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To Advertisers. -Orders for advertis
tig 8110111d bo handed in by noon o
Mondays, We<dnesdays anl 'Fridays, to
secure insertion. in. te noxn datv,'s issuo
C OMMERUIAL.
\VINNSHono, June 13.-Cottot-28
,urrency.
Flotr, $15. a 16. pir barrel.
Lard, 27 to 30c per pound.
'orn, $1.75 per btisil.
Pens, $1.75 per htshel.
Iacon. 20 to 25c per pound.
Meal, *1.75 per bushel.
Sorghum, 75c per gallon.
Sait, $5.00 per sack.
Butter, 25c. per pound.
Hggs, 20 to 25c. per dozen.
Tobneo. 45 to $1.10 per pound.
Gold, 35
Cot.aM III A, June 11.-Cot to,,, Is to
23, gold; 23 to 32, Currency.
Corn, $1.50 to 1.70 per blishel.
Flour,41 I to 15 per barrel
Onts, $1.10 to 1.20 per bushel.
Peas, *2.00 to 2.10 per bushel.
-lay, *2 25 to 2.70.
Rice, Rangoon. prime, 11-I. to I Ic;
-Carolina 14 to 15c.
Tobacco, 45e. to 1.10 per pouind.
Coin, gold 37 to 40c. premiumn.
CHARITTP, Iuno 13, 1866.-Cotton.
-ANone offering.
Flour, $12.50 a 14.00 ppr barrel.
Bacon, I Gj a 18e. per p,ound.
Corn, $1.50 a 1.60 per bushel, in do.
Mand.
Pens. *1.45 a 1.40 per buslel.
Meal, *1.50 a $1.60 per bu4hel.
Wheat, none offiing.
Oats, $1.00 a t0 per bushel.
'orghui, 50c. per gallon.
old. $1.35. '
, ilver, *1 30o.
ifie-Ty an unusual bustle Onil""t'c,
donning out cl'oths as laetily as the thotioi
of t he vessel would permit, hurried an deck
In spite of all we had heard we were bu
little prepared for the lovely scone tha
greeted our adiviring eyes. On ote sid
0te bdund!ess waste of waters lay like
sheet of md,jten gold, the rising sun gentl
kissed theorests of the waves, tintidig thon;
with a rosy hue as if ths waves like co
damsels blushed at the chasto caress. Oi
the other side lay the dark coast of Cuba
rising like a -blue cloud on the Irmi-zon
greatmasses of gulf cloud hung o'var thi
aip as she spe.d 'Q.ward---4he fresh lanw
breeze faned pur cheeks--and to our ox
cited imal ati 6ps alretdj wafted the seeti
of orkin fostoms and fape jossdMf*tts t(
out .h~qLea
We Pro f . 044k, up*111% t<
we eo diseerri
fieidi aW llage utid white waled villas
dotted about among the evergreen foliag<
of the trees. Presently the Captain pointot
with his tQlesoopo to what seemed to be thc
eitremo ed of the Island where we coubl
ta. SUP't8 OMo, C. & S. C.
Rail Rokd.
CHANGI OF CIAEDULE.
Stj,xricN1)1NxT'S OFFICE,
Charlotte & S. C. Railroad.
Columbia, S. C.. June 1, 1866.
,MN and after Sunday, the 8d instant, a
1W Passenger Train will run over this
lRoad as follows:
Leave Coiiambia at. 4 16 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte 11.15 P. M.
Leave Charlotat at 12.15 P. hi.
Arrive at Columbia 7.16 P. M.
JAMES ANDERSON,
11. ~R.
D OOL st. 30 cents loss tihan anly
ote.Also Lamtps. Burners and
Bole Agents for Falilold 1)Mstrict.
jnue 9'66atf - &No. 2W Hotel ttatage,
BACOT, RIVERS & Co.,
une '66-tf No. 2, Hiotel Range.
OF all kiddb for'sate bty
JIACOT,' RIVER S &. CO.,
Jnn06-if . .No, ,HI~eelitnge
FA YFB Agij SVRM88 ON KEBBCRANTS,
NO. G, EX'CJIANOJE STIREST.
CH A iLt8ToN, 8. C.
WIt. 0. DUKRII, T. 0. if. DU'KV5,
9 0ADO MO jESSES
NoI Maokeroel In bergets as4 i;lts,
Carolju; Blo, Herrings, rme Litrd,
- ( otteaheed,.Naey4wsge, 6i., Lemps,
WoodMaWef-Abe
- UtD08I1NOL1ESTQ & CO.,
- any-10 :t i; o.%9.Nii.tetSngs
8ale of 4000 Pounds of Bacon.
0N Saturday, Jun 160t, I will sell at thV
Railroad Depot, inl Winnllborl,a"1
o'clock A. M.,
' I1048. pWir]10 IImI0on Sides, about "0b111S.,
2 " IShoulders '- 1W00 -
,q ita tieit's to tkuil puriaweri_
Tern ot satle-Credit unmil ' Ie, 4if Novem
ber n1exi. WB.COV1.01fr.
COT TON GINS.
r IIN undersigned having cotupieted.
their arrangements for the maiuifac.
lure once more, of the best COT'rON 0I.N
ever made in this country, are now prepared
to receive orders from planters and others,
wishing to purchase. The long established
and well known reputation of Elliott's Cot
ton Gine, we hope will be a suflicient guar
rantee that the article will give entire satis
faction. J. M. ELLOTT & CO.
may 12'66--2mo Winnsboro', 8. C.
Oresat ledkcat Cicua
Eig NbliI
@wfteen'-U large
letter page. for two
a coat etamps
TIIE RECOGNIZED SPECIALITIES OF
OUK DAY.
Prof. Egbert Jackson, formerly of' Lon
donil. Robert Ilorbert, M. D., from Pilihidel
phia. and Dr. Egene Velpeau, formerly of'
tle London and Paris Venereal lIospitals.
Periatieul. an1d speedy cures guaranleet of
(10or01 hiva. Sy phiiillis. GMeet, Spora1torrhao:%,
or Self-Abuse, and of every possible f'orm
of privato diseise of every name or nature
whatsoever.
Dr. Herbert's Anti-Alcoholio Compound,
an unfailing re-nedy for intenperance; write
for particulars.
Mountain of ILight, 300 pages, 100 plates,
60 cents. 8 for $1.
Dr. Jackson's Feialo Monthly Pills; Si
per box, extra tine $6, a safe and effectuul
remedy, for all irregularities and obstruc
tions, from whatever cause. Dr. Jackson's
Oriental Invigoirating Liniment, $2 por bot.
tie. Sud for cirouhir. Genuiie French
Safes $1, ( for $4, 12 for $7. t$end f9r cir
cular and writ!, you will promptly receive
a kind. discreet and cxplioit answer. Ad
drea, Dris. Jackson, Iterbert. & Co., or AiM
ply P. 0. Box -136, Cino.innati, Ohio. Office
No. 167 Sycamore Street. Medicines t'nd
instruct ions sent. to any part of the country.
June 12'60-6io
POSITIVE NOTICE.
1.1, persons, either white or color it, he.
i tween the ages of 21 and 610 years.
who fail to ntke their returns to me be
tween this date and the Ith day of July,
will be double Taxed, without respect, to
persons.
I will be In Winnsboro again on Mondny,
18th inst., and on Monday 2d July.
R. 11. JENNINGS, T. C.
Juno 7'66-10
SOUTH CAROLINA,
FA1RFIE 1D DIST39111T,
IN EQUITY
John R. Coolk qnd Wife,) ill
Jessie J. Owen, Acconitt
Jitnacs It. Owets, i
h a. J.Kinstry , lelic?.
I o Mppearing to tho saatisfactionl of the
Commissioner that .aies 1). Owens.
one of the D'efendants in the a'ove stated
ckse. resides heyond the limits of this Stnte.
on motion of Messrs. Robertson and Rion,
Cotmp's Sol'rs.
It is ordered. that the said Defendant do
plead, answer or demur to the Bill of Cein
plaint filed ih this case, within th ree monthis
frotn the publication hereof, or the saine
will be ordereA pro oaeom against. him.
ISAAC It. MEANS,
komm iss Inner's Of11e, Corn. in Equity.
12th May, Mtl.
may r'661.-law3mao.
Drugs and -MIedicines-!
ADI A5,ROS. have lately received
la everything uasually' kept. in a first cla.ss
DRUGO STORE, conasisting ma parn if
Quinaine anal Morphine, (P'. ana W's,( Puilv.
anad Onua Opinyt, Gliauber', Epsomt asyl
Roche lle Salts, Rhuibiitb, Sulphur
and Maagnaesia, Camaphaor, Calo
imel and Alum, Jamnaicia
Sand African. (iluger,
Black and lRed,
Pepper, Sploc,
Mace,
Cloves and Nutmegs, Soluxtion and Powdleredl
Cit, M2agnesia, Seldlet z Pow ders, (ho:st,)
Gelatine and anglass, Lrge Stock
Patent Mediointes, Soaps. P'or
fumorics, JPomuades, hlair
Dyes and Toilet Poew.
.derb, Tooth, Nat4'
sad' Hair
Erdtshes.
All Tlnotuires, Syr'ups ad gohrtl'ons madei
in strict accordance With U. S. Dhtfensato
ry of 18616.
Pr.eeiptions'illed during all hours of the
'Ps,taiius ail doerll to gtfei ts .a call
before phalahag elsetyr.
may 24'66i-tf
90EIWARDINQ3 4W 0
NGRTE ATI4ApTi30 RYIA
OHARLESTOW, B, pe -
(I 3.. WAr/TER, WM1. J. WO00013llCR
Branch at Columbia, 8. C.
H, A. GAILLARD,
ttornqi at Kalu,
WINNSBORO', S. C.
1M O ie II preeInt ill (he fl%Ce of (lhe
Whibllr) Nr:ws maly 22.
Cgery" 1 II'AfIlON hAN .)090 ItsA.TL
hwenty barr-elts FORD'S PIOSPIIATE.
Sohl vilher on ciedit or for eah.
inay 2-1 11. A. (I l.LARID.
A. S. )OUGLASS,
ATTt Et YIAt T M A A W
AN D
sovmuiroln Eut iuQUrry,
lI'INNSIORO', 8. /.
&:Iy" Olice, No. 2, Law Itange--in rear
of tile Court louse.
febt 1I Il n lo.
Ketchin, McMaster & C
RE now receiving Paints and Dyo
Stu1Ff-, such as Spanish Brown, Spiriog
Tiirpentine, Linseed Oil, Lime, Ilydrailio
Cemnuit. Exiract of Logwood, Ilurnt, Um
ber, Litbage, Madder, Indigo.
AL6O,
Tho following Grooeries: Sugar, Coffee,
Rico, No. 1. Mackerel, Herring, Cooking
Soda, Imperial and Green Tea of finest
,jimlity, spices, N. 0. Molasses, Dried Figs,
Sal ratus, .ndles.
ALSO,
Quinine, Agqaa Aminonia, Spirits Nitre,
Sugar of Lead, Sulphate Zinc, Borax,
Alumil, Salt Petre, Itch Ohitmeni, Seidlita
Powders, layons lied Bug Powder, Pain
Killer and Dead Shot.
ALSO,
Phalon's Night Blooming Cereus, Extract
Muk, Ilrown Windsor and other fine Toilet
Soaps and Bell Cologne.
ALSO,
We are how prepared to furnial pills of
Tin Waro to Morchants on reasonable rates.
Iumay 3'66-tf
Choice Tea.
F ININ IYSON T14A. Best Rio
Coffee. Adauatine Candles, Macca
roni and Mixed Pickles. At
K1TCiIIN, McMASTrERL & CO'S.
mnnrc el'i---tf
SAW AND GRIST MILL.
W E have in operation our Ml[,Ir
four mileI cast of Itidgeway, and have
a large lot of lumber on hand. Bills can be
left with L. W, Duvall & po., Winnsboro',
or sent. t'( us at Ridgeway. Lunber for
Gin-Wheelk on hand
J. It. COOK & J. G. SCIlOIB.
may 15'G-ln.o*
(sAc-:ssotS TO)
FISIll1- & AGNEW,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
0)111"FA', a goodi selection of
11 A RDW AKU I,
..6IT ;GOODS,
And hae.iiit receivcl an assortment of'
194411ig 471Cllelis, lhich are offered m.uch
below tle prive, 4,1tomainry since the close
of lie war.
Keep ain hand a large skIpply of Corn,
1i1sy, otis and Vloter, of various
grades.
FgnFS'IE. k LOWRANCE.
may ITA2nec
TO PAYRMBRS!
F RD'S
PHOSPHATE OR FERTILIZItll,
All IllprtA 'l Of tk Iil%, Fi-icrior Ir
to tlac Pr'odsection ofi Urn'imp,
&c., SlED I i1)provIeauca
of thIe 14a3ad.
r j'f1lIS a confidenthly retcommenTdel to
Ib'ARIMERtS TO) ~itlNG LARGcE
('ItOPS, andl we gulavantee it to he as go
us any Fertilizer in the Alarket, and to
bring as goodl c?ops. triead side by side *ith
ainy, evcn P'ernvian (luano.
FOR CORN, COTTON. 'f6lACCO, &d.
-Puit a hiandfuil to the hi)1Whenl you plant.
WJtert he Oor g*od Cofto# it$pell up, put
another IaaOdfel to thie'hfll (as a top dress
ing ; and when the Corn is abotut to shoot,
andl (he Cotton to boll, another handful tei
(he hill as a top dIressing. In this way the
Fertilizer goes directly to tjho plant, and
th'e flantdII of the bendi of li.. Use
it. is.this waf', andu the Plata .nn count
on gpod erg9p5 if thle weatherv Is at, all favor
able.
WYe guarantee it to produco as good crope
as any othler Fertilizer used. Use it In She
thle way directed, by the side of Peruvia.
Guano, Oragother Fertt-lizer, and if It does
not parodule as5 good a crop, we will retund
twenty per cent of (lie rie. Use it in the
way dilrectedl, by the side of Peruvian Guano
for nfifems bescuUvb r -on the samie
land, and If i does not produce mnore moef~,
and leave the land in better condition tha.n.
PeruvIan Gluano at the end of the five years
we will refund th.o purchaser twenty par
i prDth eprIg e~ thej e eaer. (urs
ter than it found it.
Liberal terms givea to prompt andi 4.
arossibi Pa JAMES G. GIBB8,
for pa'rtcular apply to
HI, A. GAILLARD,.I
Winneboro', 8,. f0.
march 1W0--f
An Old Song, set to a New Tuie.
oTr 1866. ,g
I.As apriny approaclue
jnut and Rouchces
1"romt thir holes come out,
And Mice and Rate,
in spite of ca(e,
(Jaily skip ub6uat."
"18 years established in N. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family.''
"Rate cooto out of their holes to (lie."
"Co1ter'1' Rati, 1toncia, &c.. Ex
ter's,
Iq a paste-used for Rat*, Mice, Roaeche,
ilack an<l Red A nit$, &c., &c., &c., &c.
"Co%tIeV" Bed-Bag Exteraiun
tor,
Ts a liquid or wasli-used to destroy, and
also as a preventive for ied-Beiu, &c.
"Costars" Electric Powder 9br
Isa,ectg
19 for Moths, Aosquitors, Fleas, B]ed-Bugis,
In4ects on I'lants, Fotols, Aninwas, &c.
1ir" ! I I .BIARC I! ! of all 1worthless
imitatiiion.
&-. Stio that "CosrAn's" naie is on
each Box, Bottle, and Flask, beforo you buy.
Xr Ahdress, AAM R. COSTAR,
484 droad fay, N. Y.
Ai&' Sold
SW- Ily
All Irufgists and Rotailers everywhere
South. irnes Ward & Co., New Orleans,
La.
1866.
INCRE'ASE OF RATS.-The Farmer's
Gazetll (English) assurts and proves by fig
urop that- on pair of RATS will have a pro
geny and deceniants no less than 651,050
in three years. Nor, unless this immense
fatiihy ean'be kept (town, they wotild oon
sume mere food thatt would sustain 65,000
huinian beings.
' e "CosTAn'S" advertisement above.
1866.
RATS versus BIRDS.-Whoever engages
in shooting small birds is acruol nint: who
ever aids in exterminating rati is a botrefac
tor. We ishould like some one to give us
the benetit of their experience in driving
out thro pests We need sonething be
sides dogs, cats, and traps for this business.
---Seientlic A merican. N. Y.
litj. See "CosTAns" advertisement, above.
1866k
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINA''ORI is
simple, safe and sure-the lnost. perfec
11AT-ification meeting we have cver attend
ed. Every Rat, that can get. it, pro'perly
prepared, will eat It, and eveiy one that
ents it. will (lie, generally at soine tolact a 8
distant. as' posgible from were at was takeu.
- Lake Shore. Mich , )14rror.
jkjy ZeO "CosTAa's" advertisineirt above.
1866,
lIt)'SEKitEPERS troubled Vith' vermnin
need be so no'longer, if they iuse "CosTaR'S"
Exterminator. Wehave n'a, it toonr satis
faction ; and if a box comt $5, we would have
it. We hasve tried poisons, but they etffectsed
noething ; but~ "Costiir's" article kfiocks the
breath out. of flats, Miice, Roaches, Ants,
rand'iedRugs, qsdicker thtan we can writ'e it.
It is In great. demnud all over the coOntry.
-McMiina, Ohio. Gowet.
3$,. Seo "CosTan's" advertiscement above.
1866,
A V0O.CE FRIOM TIlE FAR WESt
Speaking of "Co'stAa's" Rat, RoIeh,~ Ant,
&e.p Extermilnator-"more grain and( pro
viins are destroyed annually in Grant
County by verrmi'n, t1:an wouild pay for tons
of this Rat, aind Insect JKiler.--a'eastr,
Wis., Herald.
WJ.See"Cos ' ,, "adlvertisetn above.
6G.
F'ARIhB Mb l'0118IEKtEPERS
should recollect that, hundreds of dollars
worth of Urain, Provisions, &oe, are an
nually detryed by Ua4s, Mice, Ant., and
other insects 4 led sin-all of which can
be prevented byt a, few dollars' worthiu. of
"Cosl'An's'- Ree,- Rteacla, Ant-, &c., Ettor
minator, bougat. and used froely.
UIa.See "Coeiwa's"adv.Lertsemest al)ove.
ug- Bold
Al ruggists andr Deal'evs'overywhere In
6hes South. .
. 4RNJES, WASD & Co
Wholesale Agent s.
New Orleans, La.
jus 5'6..I -
PROSPECTUS
OF TilE
FAIRFIELD HERALD,
r 11E 1'ROT'RIToRS of the 1i
;Vl.j-'I.Y NMws intend publishing
about the ridlle of iext imonth, May, a
weekly paper iu be ent ited
THE FAIRFIELD HERALD
The HERAIA,, according to tho design of
the publishers, will be a large sheet tilled
with alt the Miscehlanious matter usually
found in a first, olass family paper, such as
Original Corresponelim.
Origimil Matter,
Ltest Ncws,
Political,
colunerciali
Finaniali
Agricultoral, and
Literary Mlatter and
listorical Sketches
All interests involving the public welfare
of the District will receive particular atten
tion.
Tho purposo of the Publishers will be to
identify themselves with the Interests of the
Mistrict, and they call upon the District to
identify itself with the intriests of tle pa
per, and thus by mutual :dd to inake a pa
per that will insure !, libeMI patronago
based upon its own merits.
Tkitms. $3.00 a year ih Advance. A die -
count to Clubs. Send hi your subscrip
tions.
The IIAt,ti) will be under thd Editorial
management of 11. A. GAI,.LAuD and D. B.
hZour, .Aonr.
E XTRA. FAMILY, ifecterI Self
- Raising.
DRTISOSE EOLETON & CO.,
mar 20'6-tf No. 3, Hotel Range.
NEW SPRING GOOD4
DRir GO6D#
CII ARLESTON IIOUSE,
STOLL, WEBB & C0,
HANCROFT'S O1D STAND;
287 King S.-, 3 doors blow 1,'entworth
W Ej have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and Amoricar., which are of the
most desirable styles the maikets can afford.
To plonters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for hnrter with them, our
wholesale rooms offet every inldciment.
PIlntatifin goods in ev6ry variety.
Trhis being t busy .eason with the planter
and he not ahl to viit the city, orders oc
companied with city refereice will meet
with prompt attention.
N. it. Samples, with price lists, sent. to
any part ot' the State. O()rt stock consists
mI pjVrt of
White Osnaburghs. Striped Osnaburgs,
Bloc D)enimn4, ltrownm Deninbs. Heavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirfings,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtin'gs, 6-4, 9--, 10-1, 12.4 Plaid Blue
an1:d Stripped Blue 0lo1mespulns. Blefachied
and rouln' Drills, Black French Broad
cloths, llosierk and Gloves, Irieh Linen by
the piece, 'Towels. Towelin'gs, Linen Danm
ask, all quanlitic, Calicoes.. all qualities,
D)ress Gooeds, Doimestic Ginghams, Fine
Scotch Glinghai,- Spring Silks amial llack
Silks, Colored Muisliis, i, every vu:Wiety,
Fine French Musl'iim, White amn- Black
Gioods, Farmers' Brown Linen Deck,- Farm
er's' Brown Linien Drills, Faney Drills and
Cot tonadete.
Togethei- wviuh evti va'iety to be found
in our line ; which we offer at.
WHOiiLESALiE AND RETA IL.
All Domestic Go'odi ar'e sold. at a very
small advance 6i: Agenits' prices.
We would respect tuUy call the attont ion
of the PIan-ters, Mercbants, nnd t,he citi
r.ens generally of Fairfield D)ist rict, to our
adv,ertisemontl. and( solicit. a- ea11 fionm themn
shoul'd tihey visit the city...
STOLIL, W EBB & CO.,
No. 287 King StL, 3 door'sbelow Wint werth,
Charleston,8. C.
II. C. STOLL, Charleston,
CI A RLES WIIBD,.
li. C. W ALK EIR,
jan !8'66t--lyt'
MILLS HOUSE,.
(7|irner Queen and Meeting SLreets,
CH A RL E ST ON, 8. c.
["11S FN)O LAR ANDI WELLb
. tNNOWN hO118E is niW fully open
for the rcooptioni of visitors, having beetn
refuriishied with Ne* and Elogt nt Furni
ture (iroughioul; and elffers to the traveller
acconi,odtions5 and' conveniences as a First,
Class lIntel, not, to bp equalled by any North
or South. Tihe patronage of the public is
respectfully solIcited.
Rates of Board per day, $4 00.
"" per month as may
agreed on. JOSEPR PUlCELL,
feb 24'6O,&-46 - Manepetqins

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