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ater from Europe.
Wew YORK, July 24.-The Scotia with
Liverpool dates to the 16th has arrived.
The Great Eatern is laying out the At
lantio Telegraph cable. The last reports
from her are that 185 miles bave been laid.
Signale perfect throughout.
;Fhe Paris Afoniteur of the. 14th says ae
goliations are 'still pending, and the beet
feeling prevailed betweon Prussia .and
France, but later advices seem to indicate
that the war will continue.
The Prussiais occupied Prague, and are
still advancing.
Benediok's army is reorganized, and is
160,000 strong exclusive of cavalry and ar
tillery.
The Prussians under Manteroff attacked
the Bivarians near Kessenenez The latter
defended the poition two hours, and re
treated to take position en main Davarlan
Cominmander Zouler was killed.
The Vienna Pre8o, of the 14'h. says that
-he proposed mediation of Napoleon is
onded for the present and Austria must trust
to her own strength and remources. She is
resolved to figl't, to aiutaiu her position as
a gieat power.
The London Pimes declares that England
cannet follow Napoleon in an intervention
calculated to aggravate present eils.
The Moscow Gazelle says that Russia
does not want a change in European boun
darie. and cannot submit to the dictatorship
of Franeo.
Russia is despitching troops to the S1.
sinn froitier.
Not withlstanding a French fleet has gone
to Venict, Italy persists Ih advancing to
wards Vienna.
Congressional.
W.asutiN,o,, July 24.-The President;
to.dny signed joint resolution admitting the
Tennessee lpresentatives, but says the
prealuble conlains statements, some of
which are assuined; while the resottion is
iorely a declaration of opinion.
It comprises no legiblattion, nor does it
confer any power which is binding upon the
respeotive llouses, the Executive or the
States.
lie further says -'the right of each
11ouse, under the Constitution, to judge of
qualifilations of its own members is un
doubted, and that it!* approval or disap
proval of hlie resolution could not, in the
slightest. degree, increase or diminish the
atthority in this respect conferred on two
branches of Congress, but earnevtly desiring
to rewove avory cHuse of furt4r delay,
whther real or imaginary, on the part of
Congress to the admission of the loyal lien.
ators and Representatives from Tennessee,
ntwithstanding the anomalous charaoter of
the proccedings, he affixi his signature
to the resolution ; at the same time his ap
proval is not to be cotitrued as an sa
knowledgoment that Congrevs has the right
to pass iaws preliminary to the admission of
Representatives fr,m any of the States, nor
Is it to .be consiered as committing
him to lthe statements of the preamble,
some of which are without ioundat ion:
aiming them he states there is reason to be
liive -that tfie Terinessee Legislature has not
ratitled the late amendment passed by Con
a3r s,
Part -af the message was greeted with de
risive laughter by the leadioals and with
appbuse bysbe Democrats.
dubsequemntly I he 'committee on.Elections
reported favorably on oredentials of Ten
aesss members, and on invitation to come
forward to be swomn, MLaynard, Taylor and
Stokes appeared and took the oath. 'Chis
was followed by mutch applause. The new
meinbers received the oagratulations of the
Speaker- and othera.
The Senato adapted.. anandsent. to the
miseellatneo'us appropriation bill, inc reusing
the salary of mnemaeurs of Congress to five
thousand dollars per yetu-.
The Senate <lid not take up the Tennessee
matter.
-Mission to flagae.
WAatrkarSo?4, July 24.--Gen. Slekles law
decl'med the misuion .to Uegne and, Gen.
Dix has been norninated for the posItion.
liey York Miarket.
Naw YORK, July 24.--GoldI 150) Cot
ton steady, sales to-day 1000 bales, un
-changed. Flour declIning. Southa-n low,
ranging 9)@l54. WVheat dull. Corn ad
vanedu. Lard and Whiskey datll. Sugaf'
il0j@12&. Coffee quit ; lies frm.
Chetera.
PTLrADn.rPtt July 24,y-uregase of
siholerai report-sd to.day by the Board t
Healhh.
-NEW YOax, July 24.--The Boeard ef
iIemhlh reports only two cases of chol- s to
dV antd three it Brocoklyin-t wo fataL
,WAN'ra ANIS PLA ATIQN.--A oor e
pondent of the Hartford Poet, writing
from Collinlsville, says :
"I observes a notice in one of the
papqrs recently of the benefit of driving
tailA into fruit trees to increase the sup
ply of fruit. It has long been claimed
by some, that old scythes, sickles, horse
shoes. &c., hung on th' limbs of trees,
would increase their fertility; by others
it has been scouted as a supers'itious
notion. The writer wiU state one cir
cuistance which came tuder his perso
nal observation that is worth record
ing:
"Mr. G. H. Neamig, of tis place, had
a thrifty growing apple tree from a nir
sery set oiS In hi garden, on one of Ihe
limbs of which wasihe label attached
to a small wire, wh ich neg!ected to take
.of, and soon the wire was imbedded in
the bark The next vear the limb was
loaded so heavily that it was necessary
to prop it up, while there was not an
apple on any other part of the tree.
Can some one of otir pomological friends
explain the phenomenon ?"
P ro0essional.
H. A. GAILLARD,
2ttorneg at taw,
WINNSBoRO', S. C.
AW Office at present in the office of the
Winnsboro Naws. may 22.
A. S. DOUGLASS,
ATTOU RGEY AT L A W.
AND
J!O$CITOR I1 EqUITT,
WINNSBORO', S. C.
26'' Osee, No. 2, Law Range-In rear
of t4 Co*e Ifoilse.
feb 18'66-tmo.
JUST RECBEVD,
TIOMPON, W1I'E CO.,
CALICOES,
BROWN DRILLS,
BROWN and
BLEACHED HOMESPUN,
HOOP SKIRTS,
SUSPENDERS,
TOOTH BRUSHES,
&c., &c. &c.
ALSO,
LADIES' -
- and
GENTLEMEN'S HATS.
-ow for cash. july 19-1f
MT. ZION INSTITUTE,
WiNSBORO, S. '0,
T HE exercises of this Sobo
will he re""ned ouday,Am
the 16th of July. l
TERMS PER SESSION:
Board with Tuition in all the branch
es except Philosophy, Chemistry
and Frencb, $180
Tuition of day scholars in the cissal
cals or higher English and Math
emiatical departuients, 80
Tutrion in other branches from$12 t 20
Course or Chemistry or Philosophy, 16
Freush, l
The above rates reckoned in thocnrrency
of the outntry. Payme,nt rege-ired hair in
advance-the residrie at the -close of the'
session.
Stadents required to furnish be'd fltuen,
covering and toyae,
G. A. WOODWARD,
Jun. 28- t9'8 Principal.
B A CON -SIDES '
LOW FOR OASL.
AGENERA L ASSORtTMEN TOF QItOCE
DuBO8grlLSTON & CO.,
June 80-66-.tf No. 8s J(otel R ange,
SOUrfiflAROL!MA,
FsAnUVas :) n aSTRe-r,
- WI YNQt!TT
John 1i. Cook and W ife, 1
and I fo
Jessie S. Oweg, Acecount
Win. J.. Alston, and
Thos McKietry.. .Reief.
IT .aJpaaring to i-be satiefectioR.of t,b*
I.CommIssioner that J.mes B. Owens,
noc of ihe Defhndants a t'he 45ove stated
ne. redldes be.yopdl the Uit4s .of 4lis Stat,
on motion of' Mes. Roberison And Rid,
Cemp's 8'ol'ru.
It is orderedj. Dhat the ,sai4 D9fendat
plead, krbnver or'dehiur to the Bill of Moa
paint filed ih thie case, within three rigsythsW
fom the puotioo hereof, 'oi- the essa
will be orferedpro co"/tsso gainst him.
Uoa'iilsefoaCom. 10 Equity.
romsyiose6's 0awS,
12th My, 186
ST?ATE BALE.
O N the first Monday In August ivill be sold
at publio anotion at the residende of
the late John. Walker. All th personal
property of - the deoeased. CoMlisting of
suQdry articles of Meidlidudise.
ALSO-,
Tm siOUxEnOLD
AND
KITCHEtt FURNITURE.
Tsaxs*--Alt sums under Teh 6ollers
Cash, over Te Dollers, a Credi of uluity
days, note with two approved stodritics to
be given before the goodo'are rehsovd.
JNO. f. OATHCAiT, Ext'.
. July 17-x2t9
*GRZEAT BARGAINS
SUMMER GODS
New York Cost!
FOR 0,AS3.
WE offer the remainder of our strictly
SUlMIER GOODS
AT
NEW YORK COST, FOR CASH!
First rate Muslins, N3,
Best Muslins, 421.
Call and be convinced.
july 12-tf LADD BROS'..
GI1EWI. W TOBdo,
A SUPERIOR article-PEACH and DLOS.
803 braud-put up by Pilkinton;
Richmond, Va., for sale by
LADD BROS.
July 17-if
HARDWARE'
J U S T .R E C E I V E D,
BY
Ketchin, MoMaster & Co.,
CONSISTING IN PART OF
AND SAWS, PIanes, Augers, Chisels,
Files of several kinds, Screws, Hinges,
Screw 0rivers. Door and Pad Looks, Draw
ing Knives, Steel and Iron Squares, Com
passes, A ne Cutlery
Garden Trowels, Hees and Forks, Per
cussion Caps, Colt's Cartridges, Faucets and
Molasses Gales and Porcolain lied Sauce
Faas and PreervingfAettes.
ALSO,
She Thread, Wrapping Twise, Miew Lines,
Welt Rope, sbot.
ALSO,
A *sh -eupply of "notions" as Tuok Combs,
Dressing Oms, Tooth Brulhes, Vest and
Coat Buttons, Ladies' Belts, Ladies' Rose,
Ladies' Collar, , Port Aonsaie4, Linen
Braids and Tapes Elastic Braid, &c., &c.
June 30*'tt
JUSTf RECEIVED,
fine lot BACON SIDES, -direct, from
Baltimore. For sale low for cash by
BACOT, RIVERS & CO,
July 17-tr No. 2, Hotel Range.
JUST RECEIVED,
ARRELS or Extra Family Baltimore
B Flour.
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
July 17'68-tf No. 2, Hotel Rai,ge.
Claret Wine3,
FOR SALE BY
F O L BACOT, RIVERS & CO..
July 7-tf . 'No 2. Hotel Range.
&"RFAMLYf USE.
DAATINE CANJDLES, Arrow Root,
Sraiea5arvih, Salts, Lemon, fors ex
tracting istains, Cr'eam Tartar, Cooking
Soda, Extract Vanila, Ginger'. Black Pep.
per, lndellible Inka, Rat Exterminator.
Also, best Rio and Java Coffee and8rrgar.
Just recelved by
IKETCHBIN, McM ASTER & CO.
july 1-tf
Choico Tea.
F INE HYSON TEA. Bordt Rio
Coffee, Adaimantine Candles, Macca
roni and Mixed Pickles. At
KEPTCHiIN. MoMASTER & CO'S.
mnarch 97'66-tf
IRute to Pleid
The itlRUe et SoniDs (9pre3Isaa.
FAIftFIELD DISTRter.
IN TItE COMNON PLEAg..
-vs. . Attaohmenst.
.Jehn Adger,)
W HE10A8the PIninta ad on .th
7hday of May, A. Dl. 1868, Ale hi.
Deolaratoq :theMeaet e A who (as.
it is said,' Is alnt from and without the
-limhths t ate, ud has nelit, ,' We
nor attern ~sosvs within the se upon
whom a doj of the maid doIaration might
* e.therefore ordered t ibhe said,Dc
fendant do appear and -plead to the said
Deolarauion on or before t >te 8th day of slay,
A. D.. 3867,'WsMetrihe RaI "Ald absolute
Judment will sbqn be ~Ivoi and awarded for
te Fh'hatl, si h . 1
'eI~th,18.
may tO1 eaimi
WiL e. DUAMS CO,
FACTO s AND C01118610N NE2B01"S,
NO. 5, EXCHANGE S'REET.
CIIARiEStON, 8. 0.
WK. C. T1K3s, T. 0. 3i. DUtd,
Jo06 a. pUKRs, J. M. CABsON.
ui1hy 12'66.-Iaw8nf
NEWSPRING GOODJS
DRY GOODS
CiARLESTON HOUSE,
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
BANnIrOFT's OLD STAxD,
287 King S1., 3 doors Beloto Westwortx
I1 have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and American, which ate of the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To planaqrj furagishing th,e Freedmen tither
for clothTng or for bartei with 'thein, our
whoiesald roodts offer dvety liidue6mehL
Piketation goods in every varibty.'
ThiB being ^ busy season with the planter
and he not able'to visit he cityy orders ao.
conpanied with city' reference will meet
with prompt attentiori.
N. B. Snanples, with price'lists,
any part of the State. Our stock
in part of
White Osnaburgs, Striped O
Blue Denims. Brown Denims; Heavy y
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Sbittr.ige,
Blenched Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 614, 04', l10-4', 12 4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue lomespuns, Blenched
and Brown Drills, Black Fronch Broad
cloths, Hosiery and Gloves, Irisi: Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Daim
ask, all qualities, Calicoes. all qualitids,
Dress Godw, DMaestle Gifighalbil, Fine
Scotch Ginghamp, Spring Silks and Black
Silks. Colored Muslius, in every variety,
Fine French Muslins, White and Black
Goods, Farmera' Brown Linen Duck, Farm.
ers' Brown LInon Drills, Fancy Drills and
Coltounde.
Together with every variety to be found
in our line; which we offer at
WH1OLESALE ANtD 1-T.%1L.
All Douestio Goods are sold at a very
small advance on Agents' prices.
We would respect fully call the attention
of the Planters, Merchants, and the citi.
zens &enerally of Fairtield District, to otr
ydvertisement. and solicit a call from thew
should they visit the city
STOLL, SVEBB & CO..
No. 287 KIng St., 8 doors below Wentwortb
Charleston, 8. C.
H C. STOLL, Charleston,
CHARLES WEBB.
H. C. WALKER,
Jan 18'66-lyr
Gon. Suplts Office, C. & S. C
Rail Road.
CH1ANGL' OF SCHIIULE.
SUPERINTNDENT's OriC,
Charlotte & S. C. Railroad,
Columbia, S. C.. J-trae 1, 1866.
O N,and after Sunday, the 3d instant, a
Passenger Trait will run over this
Road as follows :
Leave Columbia at 4 15 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte 11.15 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at 12.16 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia 7.15 P. M.
JAMES ANDERSON,
June 5'06 Superintendent.
firlawis RAWt cirtiva
Ever Ps"hiI e
sFfteen" large
Utter pages for two
3 cent stamps.
TIlE RECOGNIZED bPECIALIrES OF
OUR DAY.
Prof. Egbert Jackson, formerly of Lon.
don. Robert Herbert, M. D., front Philadel
phia, and Dr. Eugent Velpeau, formerly of
the London anId Paris Venereal lnspitals.
Perman,entfand spseedy cures guaranteedl of
Gonnrrhea, 8yphillis, G teat, Spermatorrhea
or Self-A buse, and of every possible form
of private disease of every name or nature
whatsoever.
Dr. Herbert's Ant i-Alcohrolio Compou:snd,
an unfailing ro'nedy for intem.perance ; write
ihr particulars.
Mountain of L,ight, 300 pages, 100 plates,
50 Cents, 8 ror $1.
Dr. Jackson's Female Monthly Pill'; $1
*per box, extra fine $6, a safe and effe stuul
remedy,-for al lrreg,ularities and obstruc
tions, fWon di.*e~r'eause" 1D. ~ aokson's
Oriental fY rvTuaflbg LininenL, $.. per bot
tie. Send for circular. Genuine French
Safes $1, 8 for $4,12 for $7. Send for cir
oular and write, you will promptly rec eive
a kind, discreet and oxj Blt answer. Ag.
4i4q Drs. 006W, H ebeit, & Cd..,ol siti.
pty 15. 0. los 484, Cinoinatl. O)rio. (ifiee
instrutctiops sept io any para efhe country
June 12'd-8mo
YAllit'LD DISt'RICT.
u li LQURTV.
Ex ParVes Bill to
C. D). Melton, ).Perpetuate
8oIr Northern Circuit. J Ti stimony.
JEN 't. -ud v!n oe rhot
perpeuate the testimony to the past. exis.
uence, 1oa and cont ents of a Deed of Convoy.
enice, to ihim of a certain tract of. land,
situate in Fairfield District, on the wateys oj
Itoliprbf the%i4t at 1<a of Alekan,
der IT ^glass, did 1l par-ties interested
are notilled to appear at the expiration oi
three months from ti date, to croso-eam
ins tihe witnesses that may be produced, and
produce.tostimnoJy teiv, #~q
SCE.F9
Commalisio' Gffie.,
Winnsboro, S. C.,* June 15th, .1266.
June anlelm8m
An Old Song', set to a Ne* Tune.
ocr 186$. .sc
"t Apringq approackes
Ant. and Roaches
From ther hoes come out,
And MicjpWht Rage,
In spite peak,
Gaily skip 'Moiu;1
":I8'years esthblishedid N.Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies kbown."
"Free frot Poisons."
"Not dangeroui to the Humid Family."
"Rate come dut of thei' hbles' to die
"opte'%" Rat,- ReiaLh, r.&e.. Ex
ter's,
Is a paste-used for Rate, Mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, Ue., ko., &o., &o.
"Coster's" Ued-Bug Extermisa-1
tor.
Is, a liquid or waJi-used.to destroy,
also as a preventive for Bed-Bugs, &o.
"Cosaer's" ELectrIe Powdet for
1# 1w MeA Jt"equigors, Piaes, Bed-Bugs,
lnsect, on Plants, Fowls, Animal., &o.
XW- ! ! ! BxwAtt 10 ' f oal worthless
imitatidn.
a&- See that "ConYAt's" name is on'
each Dex, Dottle, and flask, befor* you buy.
-S- Address, EWR R.CSTAR,
484 Broadway, N. Y.
3& Sold
BY
All Druagists and Retailers everywhere'
South. Barns, Ward-& Co., New Orleanse
La.
1866~
INCRASE OF RATS.-The- armer's
Gazette (Englibh) asserts fnd proves by lig
ures that one pair of RATS will have a pro
geny and deoendants no less. than 051,050
I three years. Now, unless this immense
family can be kept down, they would con
sume more food than would sustiin 66,000
human beings.
See "CosTA R's" advertisement above.
1866.
RATS versus BIRDS.-Whoever engages
in shooting small birds Is a cruel man : who
ever aids in externnating rate is a benefao
tor. We should like some one to give us
the beneft of their experienod in driving
out Ilcse pepa We need something be
sids dogs, cat, and traps for this business.
-Scient1c Amcrican. . Y.
-i. See "CosTaR's" advertisement above.
1866.
CCOSTAR'S" R AT EXTERMINATOt Is
simple. mafo and sure-the most jerfect
RAT-ifincation meeting we have over attend
ed. Every Rat that. can get itr, properly
prepared. will eat it, and every one that
eats it. will die, generally at sone place a a
distaast as possiblu from were :t was taken.
- Lake Shore. Miah . Mirror.
3&-SeC "t'o1sAICS" advertise-jent above.
1866.
HIOUSEEEEPERS troubled with- vermia
need bc so no longer, if they use "CosTAR's"
Exterminatoer. Welhavened it aoour satis-.
faction ; and if a box cost $11, we would have
it. W olhave sried!poisone, but they effected
nosthing ; but "Costar's" article knucks the
breath out. of Rlats, Mice. Roaches, Ants,
and Bied-Bugs, quicker tshan we:can write it.
It Th in great demand all over the cotantry.
-Mendina, Ohio, Gasecse.
mi. See "CosTA a'a"adveteqnent above.
1866,
A VOICE FIpOM THE PAR WEST.
Speaking of '-04stA1'e" Rat, .Roa.h, 4st.
&c., ettektfnator'."naore gratin *ndpro
visions are destroyed auntially in an
Consy by vermin, than wonld p$y fer tons
of this Mist a,n& fnaeot KiCler.-Lme.esser,
Wis., Herald.
$s See "Cosa's"advertist:nt abot.
1866.
FARMERW AbI) HlOUSEKEEBR-.
should recollect that hundred of dollars
worth of Grafn, ProvisIons, be., are an
nualiy destroyed by Rate,. Ide., Ants, and
other insects sad vewwIs-,tral of whishb earn
be pr'evented biy a few do)lars' .worIhl of
"Cowraa'e'- Rast0 Wosol,, A'nt, &eo:, Eater
minaton boe bi and use4ealy,
Seoeaya'" adgesiashestabvt.
t$e South. AND AD&c.
WhaleMse Agemt.
)New Ogta,Ie a .~

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