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WASuINOTON, June 29.-In the Senate,
the petition of citizens of Wilmington, W.
C., for a light, house, was presented. De.
bates ocurred on tho telegraphic and pos.
tal bill, and the NiagWas ship oanal bill, but
no definite action was taken.
Mr. Stevens, from the tomtnittee of Ap
propriations, reported a bill making appro
priations for sundry civil expenses of the
Government, for the year ending June 80,
1807, which was ma1de the special crder for
Aniong the appropriations is one for $00,
000 for cemeteries for deceased soldiers.
The oonsideration or the tariff was re
sumed, and various sections adopted as
reported, except pig iron, on which the duty
was to be ten dollars.
Washington rtimors were received int..
mating ihat.lialan willleave the Secretary.
ship of the interior, to be succeeded by 0.
WAsIINOTON, June 20--An address to
tho people of the United States, has been
agreed on by the democratic and Conserva
live members of the Senate and louse; it is
jiow being signed, and will be made public
in a few days. It is said to indorso the
,proposed National Conveition at I'hiituiel.
phia, and urges all the States to participate
in its proceedings. It, is hended by the
namq of James Guthric, of Kentucky, and
'V. E. Knibloco, of Indiana.
Gen. Lopez Viclorious
Nxw Yoni, Juno :28.-A correspondent
front Hio Janeiro reports-a battle, in which
Gun. Lopez ambushed the Allies under Gen.
Flores, and defeated them. Flores lost 4
fcnerals and 2,000 in killed rounded and
S i1risoners; lie was only saved Irdim annihila.
tion by large reinforeenents. Lopez carri
ed off his troops
The Paraguayans still resolntely hold
Nuw Yoktc, June 29.-There were twen.
.41-1Fenians indicted at Canandaigua; will be
released on bail.
The Fonians in the hands of Canadians
wi,1be tried, it is confidautly asserted, by a
higirolicial of the 0overnmept, before civil
-copts. The trial wIll not come off until
poputlar excitement. is allayed.
New York Markets
NEW Yonc, June 2.-Flour advanced
0110 cents, with sales of 1,800 bbla, State
- at'.6100@l), Ohio 8,00010.10. Southern
,whoSt 17 and firmer; sales unimportant. .
CoLn (2li!10i l@02 cents, sales of 23,000
bu6lels at 806(88. Beef unchtinged, Pork
heavy, sales of 1100 bbis., me#s at. 8I.S0(
82,31, Lard dull at 221. Whiskey dulil.
1-Cotton dull, dales of 1,000 bales at 87@89,
Sugar dull. CoWee dull, sales of 1,400 bag.4
of Rio at. 19Ca22. Turpeitino dull at S) a
83--criide at 525. Rosin steady, tt 8,008
8.}. Tar 2,firstname.lastname@example.org. Freights firm.
Nrw YoaK, June 29-Noon.-Cottoa-was
weak, with sales of only 1,000 bales, Mid
(iligs at 87(e89.
Gold 55. ixohanges 10.}, Wool Artmer
t.t 21 t I.
New Orleans Market,
Nr.%v OT..%x8, .un 29.-Cotton very
dull, sales of 1,000 batos, low aliddling at.
Gild 53. Bank stemling 6. Now York
Exchange i prend.ln
Texas nlectIon t-eterns show largely in
favor of Threoturtemn for Qovernor, -and the
Uliion Con'servative tioket isi elected by an
Molntr.e, JEne 29i..-.The sales to-day of
cot ton were 200 bales, Mtiddllr.g noeninally
at 38 cente.
The reeip,ts ofthe week foet up 1885
'hales, against 1470 bales last week. Ex-.
ports ooRt.wise 1118, and stock 85,005.
Paczrtc R.m.lovi) Blti.i PASst:.;D
The Sentn'* bill to aiud in the construction
of a railroad and telegrap)h linn from the
Missouri river to the Pimeitic ocean and
to aecure to the gQeenmohit t.ho use of
samen for potti, military anid other put
poes the same allowing thet Uniob Pa
cif'ic Railroad Compatnv(ICansae City
branch)to chAnge the route oh heir road
so as to go by'rhn Smoky Hill route,
beyond the one htundredth metidian to
Denver City, and thance co conniect ithm
main birantoh or the Umnon. Pacific rail.
road at a point not exceeding fift.y mIiles
from that place, was pns~e.d by t.he iHonse
of' Rf-pres.entatiees on Tuaesdny b)y a Vote
of yen 96,ny36.
I,l, those lnde11ted t'6 'tfile Rstate of
A AUG UdT US DESPOl~T'M, deoe'd. for
advertising In, orisubscription 4e, thie Fair.
'iald lnnaz.i>, or 'Wlinnboro liassavma a e
hereby notinied to make settlement byv note,
or otherwise to H. A. Gilliardl, Attorueg at
Law, Wlinsbairo, S.0,
ft. 8~. DESPORT ES, A amnr.
Janc 20 -a2t1
Jrofessi na. -
A. S. DOUGLASS,
ATTORN EY AT 16AW.
SOLICITOR I. i34UITY,
WINNSBORO', S. C.
iP Office. No. 2, Law Range-in rear
of the Court House.
feb 13'ti -imo.
H. A. OrAILLARD,
'ttorne at faw,,
WINNSBORO', S. C.
AW- Office at present, in the office of the
Winnsboro Nuws- may 22.
MT. ZION INSTITUTE,
WI'NNSBORO, S. C.
T H E exercises of thi-4 School -si
will be resumed Monday,
the 16 )h of Ju ly .
TERMS PER SESSION:
Board with Tuition in all the branch
es except Philosophy, Chemistry
and French, $180
Tuition of dny scholtars in the classi
cals or higher English and Math
ematlical depart mentq, 81)
Tuition in other branches from $12 to 24)
Course of Chemistry or Philosophy, 15
The nhove rates reckoned in.the currency
or the country. Payment required half in
advnnce-tho residie at the close of the
sesionl. U. A. WOODWARD,
jone 213-t9x3 Principal.
T liE Undersigned offer. at greatly reduced
prices, their well
8FLT0'TFD 8To0X OF
Dry Goods, Hardware. Crockery, Hollow.
ware. Shoes and fanoy articles. No hum
bug. THOMPSON, WITIIERS & CO.
LOW FOR CASH,
A EHNERAL ASSORTM ENTOF GRo(E
DUBOSE EGLESTON & CO .
June 30'6t-tf No. 8, Hotel Range.
FA IRFIE ! D DISTRI iT,
John R. Cook and Wife, Bill
Jessie J. Owen, for
James B. Owens, Discovery
Win. J. Almeon, ael
Thou MoKinstry. * ele
T appearing to the gatisfaction of the
Commisgioner that James. B. Owens.
one of the Defendants in the aftoo slated
case, resides beyond the limits of this State,
on motion of Messrs. Robertson and Rion,
It is ordered. that the said Defendant do
plead, answer or demur to the Bill of Com
plaint filed ill this case, within three months
from the publication hereof, or the same
will be orderedpro confe8so against hint.
ISAAC It. MEANS,
Com. in Equity.
12th May, 1866.
Ex Parte Bill to
C D. Melton, Perpetuate
80r. Northern Circ't. Testiniony.'
JTOlIN S. JN)UGLASS having filed his Pc.
*J tution under above Ilill In ordei to per.
petuat e the 4 estImony to the past existenee,
loss and contents of a Deed of Ceeveyatnce,
t o .him of qa oertnaiu tract of land sit uate in
Fairfield D[istriei, on the waters of Little
Rtiver, by the lHslr at Law of Alexander
Douglass,.deed All parties interested are
noilied to appeareat t.he expiration of three
montha from this date, to seres,-examine the
witnesses that play be produced sud, pro.
duce tosiimnonyv in re C ..MA ,
I C . EANS,
Comuimissioner's Office, C.EF..
Winnsboro, 8. C., June 15th 1866
June 19-f l an8mn.
J U ST REGC ELY E D,
Ketchin, MoMaster & Co,
CONtISlTINGl IN PART O .
HI AND .8AWS, Planes, Augers, Chisoeh
Files of several kinds. 8nrews, Hle~ges,
8orew Drivers, Door and Pad L,ooks, Draw
Ing Knives, fiteel.and I#on aquat'es, Com
passes, fise Cutlery.
Gat-den 'Trowels, lose add fiks, Per -
oussion Capa4 Colt's (artridges, Faucete an)d
Molasses 0umtes and Porcel&in lined Sauce
Patui and Pr'eorving Kett les.
Shoe Tlirea'd, Wrapptng Trinoa Zlow lnes,
Well Rtope, abol. LO
A fre'u6 supply of "notiona" as Tdoo (ombs,
Dreosieg combs Tooth Bfrushes !.t and
Coat Bet4oau, 1adies' -Bette, ,adIde s,
Ladies' ollrw, ', ,Port, Mon aies,.jg
Uiraids ad Taefes E.lstio BrahidAe '
OF all kinds, for sale by
DAC0,Tj RIVERS 4 CO.,
JuneA6-1tf No. 2, iotelRange.
GREA' REDUO'ION S
IE undetigned offer the exteiqlve as
T sortment of Groceries, Hardware, Sad
diery, Dry Goods, 8thtionary, Fanoy Goods,
Liquors, Wines, Cgars, Drugs, &c , &c., at F
such pricel as to offer inducements to pur
chaser . l,
Call and see. .ELLIOTT &.(0.,
Juno 166-, No. 4, i;akj1 Range..
ChoWie Te -n7 "
F INE, HYSON TEA,- Best Rio.
Coffee, Adamittino Candles, Macoca
roni and Mlixed Pioklos. At
KPTCHlIN, MoMASTER & COVV1 it
Drugs and Medicines
L AMP) 11ER8. have lately. received
.1 evorything usually kept in a first class
DImUo STOlE, conksisting in part.44 -
Quinine and Morphine, (11. an W'tq,( Pulv.
and Gum Opium, Glauher, Epsom and
lochelle HlIms, l,hubarb, Stlphur
and Magnesia, Catuphor. Cao
mel ami Alinlm, Jamaica 2
andi Africin Gingier,
lilack and Hed
Cloves and N1umege, Solution and Powdored II
Cit. Magnesia, Seidletzi 'Poler, (best,) 'I'
Getltnen andt lsintglass, Largp Stock f,
Platent'Niedicines, Soaps. Per
funeries, Poimlades, lIair p
Dyes and Toilet Pow.t
ders, Tooth, Nail i
All Tinctures, Syrups niA Soilutions made
in strict accordance wiit U. S. Dis,vasato.
ry of 1806.
Prescriptions filled during all hours of the
day and night. It
Physicians will do well to give us a call 8
before purchasing elsewhere. It
G n. Sup'ts Office, C. & S. C
CitAmGrEOF iaIEIM)ULE. 8
SuI EnN'TE N DrT'S OFFIcF',
Charlotte & H. 0. Railroad, F
ColumbiN1. C.. June 1, 18;. (
N and after Sunday. (lie 3d in.dant a
Pssengee Train will iut over this
Road as follows:
Leave Coluibia at 4 11 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotto 11.15 P. 11.
Leave Charlotte at: 12.15 P. I.
Arrive at Columbi . 7.18 P. M.
June 5'06 Snperinteidejt. 9
groat leiat Ciokm arr
letter pages lbr two
Scent stamps. h
TIE RECOGNIZED, SPECIALITIls8 OF
Prof. Egbert Jackson, formerly of Lon
don, Robert Ilerbert, M. D., from Philadul
phia, and Dr. hugene Velp u, formerly of
the London and Paris Venereal Ilospitals.
Permanent and speedy cures guaranteed of
Gonorrhea, Syphillis, Gleet, Spermatorrhocn
or Self-Abusu, and of every possible fori
of private disease of every unme or natuire
. Dr. lierhert's Anti-Alcolholio CorppounI
!tt !nfailing re-nedy for ittemperan-e; write
iounitain of I,.iht, 300 pages, 100.plates,
5W eInis. 8 for $1.
Dr. Jackson's Femaalo Mlonthlly Pillig $1
per box, extra tine $5. a gafo nit etfectuul (
rdmedy, for all irregularIties anit obsarrc
tions, from whatever cause. D)r. Jackson's
Oriental Inuvigoratinig ,iniient, $'2 pocr. bot
tIe. Sen-d for circutlar.'. Gentutine French
Safes $1, t6 for $4, 12 fot'$7. Scend for cir- r
enhar and write, yon will prompiii-ly receive
ti'kindl. diserert udu explicit aznwer. Ad- C
dress Drs. .hrtcksoii, H erbert & Co., or .im- a
~ly P. 0. Ilx '1861, Cir,cinnati. Ohio. Otlice b
No.' 1 7 Sycore 9t reet. leidiihne aned a
instrnetions set'i to. any part, of the couintry.
Jnpo 1 2'60t-timo.
T iseS8taste of South1 CiaroiAas~.
* FalktFIliLD D1 I.TRICT,
r x rnv.coarit os yts.ut
--James hillGill. - n5
Adiur. ad-iitm of
?,rs.' Adeline Aiobloy. Atiehment. a
* l. 1!. Elltison- * J
28th dey of MarchiA .' .1868, file ,
his declaratiori against th fondant who, t
(as it 1s' il)'i tN~t6tit, 'O and without i l
the lmit ofidle 8Stte nd dans neither wife a
nor attorney known Within the. sagno upon iI
wh'om a copy ohbt oie nd'aIc'diation - hight iv
be served. ,. 4
It is th;ereforoeOrderdA, I1b4 titeo1said DO '
ten'dant do appieir ad pliMf-ftorthe'sd dlec- I
larathon on or bef'oro th&'lettisot March,
A. D. 1887, otherwise. qa id abiohitte a
j44ment will theoi 64 gien ud awarded
for the Plainlif agl em,
- 8. B.,"IfIJ7 .01 -N*,'O Ca
- -O't ' O ibee . ' -
FANS and V.AN WIRE,
8 A~4 ~4 R DLE8
Orders filled and goods sent to Cathoart &
[atthews with bilfs for collectiot( on de
very. FISHER & LOWRANCE,
june O-t8:8 Columbia, 8. C.
, a :DUKES 4
ACTOR A4IND COMISSIN MERGUNT&I
NO. 6; EXCHANGE STRE 7'.r
CIAULFSTON, 8. C.
ItN .4t. DUKAS, J. M. CAnHioN.
may 12'l;6-lawm t
IE WSPRINGG 00 %
RANCRO T'8O D 0TAN 1,
it~S 1( ifo.
STUMVEWEBB &CO "
11,%,NC1&OF'T8~ OLD sr,%ND,
37 Iting St., 3 doors lbwW
fh*ve--now opened a spliI14
Stock of Siiig (Lood,, linglisli,
reitch ind Anierscar, which are oAI
it desirable styles the mnarkets can nl'ord.
plte,s 1-1rnishing the Freedmeii either
r clothing or for bil ter with Iletn,-t-our
loaivnt t n a 4c ey 1i4cemnent.
Thiq4feing q bitsy po #tp le plant r
ni he not. able to s- 1110' "1'cct', ordnirs A.
iidietIidk'r~iithlty 4id o will mcet
st co ists, ient to
iy lart of the State. Our stock consists
White Osnaburghs. Striped Osnali rg
lie Denima, Brown I)enims. Heavy odd
irt ings, Fine Sea Island Ilrown Shir ings,
k let iUi leached and Brown
iirt ings, 6-4-. 9-4, 10-4. 12-4 Plaid Jl e
id Siripped lilue llomespus. lle:cl
iti lown Drills, lack Frencl
t1ths. Iosiery und (Iloves, irish liten by
e pixce, Towt-s. Towelings, Line, DaInkt
:k, Ill qualities, Calicoes, all qulities.
r-e.Y.4!'0d64b(f1it-Alt:df Olinghams, Fg
tolch Ginghaims, Spring Silks and 1a114.
Ikq. Colored Muslins, in every vllipI
ino French Muslins, White nul Aaick
oods, Farmers' Brown Linen Duck, Far.
Bs' rown Linen Drills, Fanoy Drills.Wd
ogt w eveyo tAi t,, to be fouud
titlin' witich w~ ofrer d~ I1
WHOI.ESALE AND HET.\ I.
All Domestic Goods are sold at a vo#Y
naill dvance on Agentts' prices. "'
We wotl( rqspipt fully alI-the/1 et ion
the4M PQani,q ,1.epOt (, u the loit., 1
ris~ ~~~~~1 f-nial fPf- f'Ntribt. ., (ourl
hW~mr5 fsemi h6'.hu soOdie i dhfr'.r thuS'
10q1d lt##y vlqtt, 11b0 emfyj
sTOl.Li. WEBiI & Ct,.n ni&
o. 287 King St., 8 doors below I entx irt
Charleston, S. C. ' to .1
C. STOLL, Charleston,
Wil LES W113, n
.C. W ALK E R. ' T 9'
jan 18'T6- lyr -!a'e
IF0 R"D'."S 8
n Iniroyer of the Land. Superlor for
11he1cut, Cottoi, Corn, &r., &C. Of
, Spartig' Quality and( Warritaitd
to tI.e ProducagICIou of IanIuim,
&c., and34 5 331 'aroVenuent3
of tIte tnand. -
I'Iis ofl1reco muendhd to
ROP1S, aind we gutarantee it to be as go E
'.tiny Fert ilizer in thte Market, addl *t
ring as good crops. tried side by sid4 ,EIfI
ly, even Peruviatn Guano.
FOR CORN, COTTON. TOBACCOi SC
he e :o t J en you plan.
itother handful to the litli as a top Arct
I;and when the Corn is about to dot
nd thle Cot tont to boll, antot her hand'nI to
sehil asa o dres v. In~ is ay
We guarantee it to prod'ce as good elM$9
s any othier Fertilizer used. Use it inatI
te way directed, by the side of PertnAkt9
nano,'or1rnyftiter'ertilizer, and if li dbeD~
ot piroduce as good a crop, we will r+fund
wenty per cent of the p rice. Use it i 't de*
ay directed, by the sid eof Pernvlan uano
r fW'erg $1:ibbotNkdy on the , ame
md, an4lf it does not produce more iey
nd leave the land in better c:mdition titim
eruvian Giuanto at the end of the five y,ears
'e will refund the purcbaser twenty ,ife
::r than it, fonnd 4.
Libier:tl terms given to prompt and .ve'i
ponullile parties, .: , iSA
s J .21 ,A?MES L. GIBIS, di-"
For particulars apply to.
II. A. OAlILLAl D ,
WYlnnsboro', 8. C.'
runarch, '00-If . -~~
AirMdl6gtr et#a New Tune.
J y ; 6. "i
Atits and R qAE to *mv4'$
.4 -, u U-W#s41R
mA-# als# jute'% y.
31 't' af10[t ."
plfi 01 (Itoame
,JJI 3 If) L-4 v , 4 , c1q ..Vf Ex
Is a pasle-used for Rats, f&,6toales,
*, ,UL.qiQ f$t4*'dgb ikh 000, &oC.
- ag grimina
I tit#UWM4WMb*i"*gWe*0'oy, atid
also aq a e n'9Itivo for Bied-Bugs, &c.
SICOafil' pitasksli vwkw-der for
r.24 poi'odT .* .' ?!a
[9 A VWMeqecetw aird-1Buys,
III ia, &c.
im f Iworlhles.
VIWAnit's" name is on
enl Ro,p.tAe k ou buy.
.gr: I I r40 JJftpWg, N. Y.
satse 4r j$qeger.fN1'
All DrtegiMlsna'nq T4fIlebW-very whero
&Mthem vDaitWeyAatt ki CoWNJW (,rleans,
.LU4 o u Ai.A It0 11
IT'11 INtY9I 1~0P -A3r*a
,IxWIAE*A XAAWJJi Partner's
the/M(AgitWtQalMt'~ C~dwlfee by fig
ures that e"WxA rirS,vitltave a pro.
;n ir a s this9 immense
famil.y n e k own, t,y. would con
sume n)d@tfoWItnd' isthrin 65,000
Aa- Sell CORTAR's"advertirfktbtl above.
In,i .11 . 3 i.- I .
RATS versus 1111PS.-Whoevr engnr 8'
ever aids in exterminfttiig, fi Is-alenefne
;.Ldi.t odh'd t8 give ts
the benefit of thir experien6eth driving
sm.hwiape!W".0 ttiAk6telhing -e
sides dogs, cnts, anitl tratpA'tttbt1siness.
,. See -Cus-r.- n''advet rttint above.
dao Jo-Ianui.a-1 A Al e!i: v.n
AL e petiet
ed. Every Rat that can roperly
pr-epa t 1 l Nfid every one that
wi4tiA*ll diW*e,peralty 'ho et. place it
istnll fr . r no9 wirtok i4as taken.
- La,ke Mome AiiabtW&dsaebtve
'V *t"",In') ant5e S
Il605149P MW EdMWP iet vermin
nee4ahtB4in *%Uagt use 'Cos.u's"
Extermi r .ur satis.
? - c 1 Ait ,
S e C9 59dad$aboe.
4"Ledt an ee'
A V( 1*fOU11~~~ S-- *
',q,'j lan tvliAGo rean-,
WftV~L~& ros , aove
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