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W.V-inuNTON, July 21.--In the Senate to
-Aky, when credentials of Patterson, fIom
'Tennessee. were read, Sumner inoved they
'be referred to tho Committee on the Judi.
-ciary with Instructions to inquire whether
he could take his sea(. Sumner said he
was a Judge under the Confederate Govern
tent, and therefore disqualified. After
'couSiderable discussion the motion was
Alajor-General Sherman was confirmed
Lieutenant-General, Lieut. General Grant
promoted; and Rear Admiral Porter as
Vice Admiral, Vice Farragut promoted.
Reeolition passed empowering Miss Min.
nie icamn to execute a life-size statile of
Mr. Lincoln, for which she is to be paid
len 11hounnd dollars.
Bill passed granting lands to a Company
to build a Itailroad from 1issouri and Ar
Icansas to th. Pacific coast, about the 85th
Banks' resolution indifying the neutrall
t1 laws, pitse'l y a unanimous vote.
Railrooui lrdgt Destroyed.
BAr-TIMons. .1 uly 20.--The gi eat, railroad
bridge o%er ie Susqiiehanna river, at Havro
deGrace. was destroyed 1-y a tornado last
ight. Lose one million dollars.
Wasnesor-se. - -ly 20.-A board of ofP.
cers tas been appoi i: Ited by Ihe Comissi,.ner
'f F"liman's iffatirs for the purpose of re
rioia .gnilaions for tlhe govp ament. of
Hit' eui to iiti. tih re1uireiments of
Ilh- ra-I aII, " 'ongr,-4, evtending thle
d It ii f i *I - i:'o It, two yeiri.m Geng.
TY.4-11. Spngu ILn I GrOgo.-y C0114it.1114e
PIulILAiDEL.P-tA, Jttly 2!.-The uImiing
for th' accanotdation of tile National Union
Convention is being constructed on the cor
ner of Broad and Wallace streets. It. will
be of moitrous sire.
nthree ca*s of cholera reported to-day.
Nnw Yotic. July 2.--Cholera decreasing
- 'I)psed to be on account of fivorale
ew Yo-: M aL..
NPw YOX, July 20 --Gold 141. Cot
ton netive: tendenoy upward, witi saice of
I3,001 bles at 86@:I8c., low grades. Flour
Iteady; light gra li Jo,vir. ..)II her
-1 I(jy @l". 1 W4t'_'At adVAinig; stles
J i.1M Uktilhick. Park t.4o.iwi bauyant, al
3 hhl. L ir'd 10%y. suga.tr steOy.
t:otce .fh mn.
Taa ' rU(.viit E tsterit" hal laid n!&ly
thre hun-Ired tulles of the cable up to tto
evoning of 15th, and was progressing favor.
Nothing further h-its transpired about thi
pea,e nogotia-ions hot woen Napoleon anti
the cf uentling .PoweIs.
T'e PUssians defeated the Federals in a
sanguinary confliet at Asehaffenbuag, and
.marched towards Frankfort., which was
eviacuated by the Federi0s.
The )iet hal removed to Augustinburg.
Priusian headquarters at Dirunn, Austr a
It is repoi'ted 11111. the Prussians have occu
'The L,adoi 7'ines thinks the P'russians
wouldl be before Vienna by tne 17th, and
dl subts the Ausitrians et wlthst'adl tile vie.
tories of ilio Prusslana.
Claldini has oocupied Padnaand Viceniea,
lowins ON the. railroad to Venle.
It Is deelared in diplornatie circles at St.
Petersburg that Russia hase no present In
.tention to abandon her neutral attititie and
will not.. excepI.ing a foreign po wer shall In
tervene, In the aTtirse of Germany.
.''Tiux "[LoyAL" RO.D-ro WKArnI.
1. G.t. a posit ion as agent in the freed
men's burinmi. Prs'v'ously thereto, or
subse'quently, assumlie the name of reve..
ued r get, yourself dubbed that by pri
vaste f'rietnda. Thlis ii essential, because
it, will inspire all the Republican editora
striong-minded women and radicals gene
a'ally, withI a faithn in you which cannot
ba shauken, no muatte'r what you may
2. Select a nice house to live in, and
r'ent yourself' a plantation oin "easy
S. Contrnet f'ith yourself for the re'ql i
eite ntumber of' able bodied freedman;
wages, part, of.the crop of' rice, sugar or
cot'on when made, you to feed and clothe
4. Supply them libernlly with rations
and1 clo,thea from Li,he government Stores
tund.ait. public expense. This will add
Iirg,-ly to your prot., though it help.
t o wi'll the tnxation at the North.
5. Whlen the- crop is harvested sell
1ie whole of it pocket the proceeds, and
leave without paying your laborers.
Conscience need not trouble you in this
as you will leave them no worse off than
you fiund thoui.
6. Return to your native village and
assumn the airs and snivel of niart.yr
dom; if vou can be "a victim of the
President's p,licy," it will pay well in
securig you plenty of defenders of the
highest political influence.
Paviiig now wealth and position, you
are prepared to lecture Democrats ot
their sins. These lecturpo, if well spiced
with "Copperhead" "disloyal" and like
epithets, with now aud then a donation
to the society for the prevention of the
reconstruction of the Union, will so re
lieve your mind that you can pass quiet
ly down the vale of life in all tho odor
of hypocrisy, and finally die the death of
tI b pious according to the profitable doc
trines of the Ri-publican church.-AIlba
H. A. GAILLARD,
2?ttorncen at Larw,
WINNSBORO', S. 0.
4&- Offie at a-..-nt in the office of the
Winnsbor-, Niws. -ky 22.
ATTOmNcY AT L 4W7o
SOLICITOR -1. EqUIy,
WI,N2SORO', S. C.
4&- Ofice, No. 2, Law Range-in rear
of tbe Cost-I. iouse.
LARD AND ~ACON.
j LOT of 11ne country Lard. A lot of flne
q country Bacon, just received and for
KETCHIN, MMASTER & CO.
JJJT R TG3UVMD,
THO0MPSON9 WIllHERS &0.,
&c., &c., &c.
Low for cash. july 19-if
MT. ZION INSTITUTE,
WINNSBOROs B. 0,
rp HE exercises of this Sch
L will lie resumed Monday,
the 161h of July.
TERMS PER SESSION:
Board with Tuition in all the branch
es except Philosophy, Chemistry
and French, $18
Tuition of Iny scholars in the elassi
cals or higher English and Math
ematical departments, 80
Tuition in other branches from $12 to 20
('ourse of Chemistry or Philosophy, lt
The above rates reckoned in the curroec
of the country. Payment required' half i:n
.advance--t,he residue at, the close of the
Students required to furnish bed linen,
covering and towels.
(G. A. WOODWARD,
June 28--t9s Principal.
LOW FOR CASH,
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OFOROCE.
DuBOSE EGLE8TON & CO.,
_June8_0'66-tf _ No. 8, HotetRange.
FAIRFIEC D DISTRIOT,
John R. Cookc arnd Wife, Bl
Jessie J. Owen, to?
vs. ~ .Accouant
James B. Owens, fDisoovery
Win. J. AIston, and
Thou McKinstry. JRelief.
IT ppearing to the satisfact,ion of the
omissioner that James B. Owenq,
noe of the Defendante In the a%ove stated
acme, resides beyond the limits of this State,
oa motion of Messrs. Robrtsoa and Bion,
le s ordered, that the said' DEfendant de
Plead, answer or demur to the Bill of Comn.
plaint filed int this ease, within three months
from the publication hereof, or the samte
will be orderedpro com/sfe against him.
ISA AC Ii. MEA NS,
Comn. In Eqt(ty.
12th May, 1868.
O N the first Monday in August will be sold
at publi6 auction at the residence of
the late John Valkar. All the personal
property of the deceased. Consisting of
sundry articles of Merchandise.
Trans:-Alf sums under Ten Dollers
Cast, over Tea Dollers, a Credit of n!nety
days, note with two approved securities to
be given before he goods are removed.
JNO. H. CATHCART, Exr.
ANew York Cost!
W E offer the remainder of our strictly
S U I LI E GOODS
NEW ;!RK COST, FOR CASII!
'First rate Muslins, 88a,
Best Muslins, 421.
Call and be oonvinced.
July 12-tf LADD BROS'.
A SUPERIOR article-PEACII and BLOS.
'A 0SM brantd-ptit uip by Pilkinton,
Richnond, Va., for sale by
J U S T R E C E I V E,
Ketchi, MoMu2ter & Co.,
CONSISTING IN PART OF
AND SAWS, Planes, Augers, Chis-ls,
11 Files of several kinds, Screws, Hinges,
Screw Drivers, Door and Pad Looks, braw
ing Knives, Steel and Iron Sluares, Coin
passes, tine Cutlery
(larden Trowels, [foes and Forlhq. Per
cussion Caps, Colt's Cartridges, Faicts na
MoluaRses G'aes antid 'oruein lined :aiuco
PaAns aid Prasorving lettles.
Shoe Thread. Wrapping Twine, Plow Lines,
Well Rope, 8iot.
A fresh supply of "nnions" is Tuck Cotphs,
Dressing Combs, Tooth Brusjpe!, Vest. and
Coat Buttons, Ladies' Belts, Ladies' Pose,
ladies' Collars, , Port Mniaies, Linen
Braids andi Tipes Elastic Braid, &c., &c.
A fine lot BACON SIDES, direct from
Bal imore. Fort4.de low for coash by
BACOT, RIVERS & CO,
July 17-if -No. 2, Hotel Itango.
ARRELS of Extra Family Baltimore
BACOT, RIVERS & (10.,
July 17'66-tf No. 2, Hotel Range.
FOR SALE BY
FO BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
july 7-tf No 2. Hotel Range.
1 DAMANTINE CANDLES,. Arrow Roo,
Tapioc'a Starch, Salt., Lemaon, for ex
tracting. stains, Creama Tartar, Cooking
Soda, Extract Vanilla4 Ginger. Black' Pep
per, indellible Ink, Rlat Exterminator.
Also, best, kio and Java Coffee and Sugar.
Just received by
KETCiMN, McMASTERI & CO.
July 10-tf -'
FINE HYSON TEA, Best. Rio
i'Coffee, Adamantine Candies, Macca
roni and Mixed Pickles. At
KETCH IN. MoMASTER & CO'S.
Rule to .Plead.
Tlae State of South Carolina.
IN ?Tif coUNON PLEAS.
HI. L. Elliott,
W H1ER1AS t,he Plaintiff did on the
7th day of May, A. D. 1866, file his
Declaration against the Defendant, who (as
it is saW4, is Absent from and without. the
limits of the State, atnd has neither wife
nor attorney kaewn witbin the esane upon
whom a copy of the said declaration might
Il,ls therefore ordered that the said De.
feudast die appear and plead to the said
Declaration on or befores the 8th day of May,
A. D. 1867, othetwisc final and absolute
judgment will then be given a' awarded for
the Plaintifl against him.
8. B. CLWWEY, C. C. P.
Clerhs OfMie, Fairfield Disict-,
may if1,- ..16m1.y
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANT8,
NO. 6, EXCHANGE STREET.
ClIA.F.STON, 8. 0.
wx. C. D11KNP, T. 0. It. Pt'F,,
JOHN R. DUKES. J. M. CAH8ON.
may 12'66-1. .,8m
.m., r _M.,- :3-0
STOLL, WEBB & 00.,
BANCIROVTtS OLD SrAND,
287 King St., 3 doors Below Wentwort'&
W P have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and Americar, which are of the
most desirable styles the markets can aiford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen cither
for clothing or for barter with them, our
wholesale rooms offer every inducement.
Plantation goods in every variety.
This being a bisy season with the planter
atid he not able to visit the oily, orders ao.
cotmpatied with city reference will meet
with prompt attention.
N. B. Saniples, with price lists, sent to
any part or the State. Our stock consists
in Jmrt of
White Osnaburgh.. Striped Osnalurge,
Blue Denima, Brown Denims. lleavy Brown
Shirlings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtitigs,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 0.4, 9-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue llomeepuns. Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths, Hosiery and Gloves, rish Linen ly
tIe piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Danv
ask, all qualities, Calicoes, all qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Iin*
Scotch Ginghams, Spring Silks and Black
8,0ke, Colored Alushns, in every variety.
Fino French Muslins, White and B6ck
Goods, Farnmo-s' Brown Linen Dek, Farm
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Together with every variety to be found
in o'ur line; which we offer at
WHiOLESAE. AND HF..1f1L.
All Domestic Goods are sold at a very
small ndvance on Agents' prices.
We would irespectfully call the attention
of the P109ters, Merobarts, and the citi.
zens generally of Fairfield District, to our
advertisement, and solicit a call from the
shottld they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St.., 11 doors beloi IVentworth
Charleston, S. C.
II. C. STOJbL, Charleston,
It. C. W ALKEI,t
Gen. Sup'ts Office, u, & 8. C
C1IAAG1E OF SC1IEDIJLE.
S lP MINT ENDBNT's OFFI r,
Charlotte & 8. C. Railrond,
Coluibia, 8. C.. June 1, 1866.
0 N atol after Sunday. the 8d instant, a
Panssenger Train will run over this
Road as followq :
Lenve Columbia at 4 15 P. M.
.\rrive at Charlotte 11.15 1. M.
Leave Charlotte at 12.15 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia 7.15 P. M.
j1ne 1'66 Superintendent.
Gr@ ENMd Cirahr
ITtr PIMIAh I
letter pagee for two
a oun alMag .
TIlE RECOGNIZED SPECIALITIES OF
Prof. Egbert Jackson, formerly of Lon
don, Hubert Herbert, M. D., from Philadcl
phia, and Dr. Eugene Velpeau, formerly of
the London and Paris Venereal HIospitais.
Permanent and speedy cures guaranteed of
GeQnormhea, uyphillis, Gleet, 8permatorrho
or Self-Abuse, and of every possible form
of private disease of every name or ni ture
Dr. Herbert's Anti-Alcohtolic Compound,
an unfailing remedy for intemperancs'; write
Motuntaitn of Light, 800 pages, 100 plat es,
50 cents, 3 for SI.
Dr. Jackson's Female Monthly Pill'; $1
per box, extra fine $5, a sate and effe'ttual
remedy, for all irregmularit'ies and obstrue
tions, from what ever catums. Dr. Jackson's
Oriental Invigorating Liniment, $2 per bot.
tie. .8end for circular. Genuine Frentch
Safes $1, 6 for $4,12 for $7. Senmi for cir
cular and write, you will promptly receive
a kind, discreet and explicit answer. A d
dress Drs-..,1ackson, Herbert, & Co., or sim
ply p. 0. Box 486, Cincinatt,i, Ohio.. fiNe
N~o. 1675 yca more Street. Medicines and
instruetions sent to any part of the country
I N .QU I'W.
Ex Parte Bill to
C. D. Melton, JPerpettuate
Soir Northern Cironit. Ti stimoby.
JENNET DOUGLASS, having filed her
JPetiton under above Bill In order to
perpetuate the testiesp to the past eois
teie, loss and contents of a-Deed of Convey
once, to him of a certain- tract, of land,
situate In Fairfield District, on the watiers of
Little River, by the Heir at Law of Alexahm
der Dogas deed. All parties interested
re:oie oappear at the expiration ofl
three months from this date, to oross-exanb
in. the wit.nesses that may be produeed, and
produce testimony in reply,
.ISAAC H. MKANS,
C. E. F. D.
Winnsboro, S. C., June 15th, 1866.
GT 1866. me
"As spring approaches
Ante and Roaches
From their holes come ott,
And Mice and Rats,
In spite of cats,
Gaily skip aboit."
"18 years established in N. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rate come out of their holes to die."
"Co%ter9'" ut, R ach, &c.. Ex
Is a piste--used for Rats, Mice, Roaches,
BIlack and Red Ants, &c., &c.-, &.0., &I.
"Comter,%" fled-Hug Exzteraintsa
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy.
also as a preventive for Bed-Bugs, &o.
"Costsr'" Electric Powder for
Is for Moth-', Mosquitoes, Fleas, Bed-Buys,
Inxect on I'lante, Pow18, Animals, &c.
.-4 fI 1-! BWAR-2 1 1 ! of all worthless
AW- See that "COSTAR'S" name is on
each Box, Hot tle, and Flask. before you buy.
gr7" A,Idkess, EMfRYR.COSTAR,
, o4 Broad way, N. Y.
All Druggists- and Ietallers everywHere
South. Barnes, Ward & Co., New Orleans,
1NCROASE OF RA'S'-The arner's
Gasette (English)'asserts aVtd 5rovEs by fig
ures that one pIrT of R-A11 w1 l have a pro
geny and -decendanis no-less thit 051,050
in three years. Now, unless this imanense
family can he kept down, they would- con
sume more food than would sustain 05,000
W- Se "CosTAnS'"advert isement above.
RATS versus BIRDS.-Whoever engages
in shooting snall birds is a cruel man: who
ever aids in exterminating rats is a benefac
tor. We should like sonic one to give us
the benefit of tler eX-Verience in driving
out thcse pests We need something be
eides dogs, cats, and traps f6r this business.
-Scientific American. . Y.
CEO. See "CostAt's" advertisement above.
"COSTA tS' RAT EXTERMINATOR is
simple. sate and sture--the most rerfect
RAT-itication meeting *e have ever attend
ed. Every Rat that can get it, properly
preparel. will eat it, and every one that
cati it will die, generally at some place a a
distant is possible from were it was taken.
- hItk Shore. Mlieh. Mirror.
wiry-See "CosrAU's" advertisement above.
IIOUSE;KEEPERS troubled with vermin
need lie so no longer, if they use "CosTAn's"
Exterminator. Wehiaveused it toour satis
faclion ; and if a box cost $6, we would have
it. We have tried poisonse, but they effected
not hing ; but "Costar's" article knocks the
breath out of Rats, Mice, Roaches,- Ants,
and Bied-Bugs, quicker than we cani write it.
It is in great. demand all over the country.
.-Mendin,a, Ohio, Oasette.
Rj.. See "CostAn's"' advertisement above.
A VOICE FROM THiE FAR WEST.
Speaking of "CosTAn's" Rat, Roach, Ant
&c., Exterminator--"more grain and pro
visions are destroyed annually in Grtan
County by vermin, than wonld pay for tons
of this Rat and ruseet Jiller.-Lancaster,
36. See "Cosrn's" advertisen.ent abova
FARMERS AND HQUSEKNEPERS---.
shoultd recollect that hundreds of dollars
worth of Gra5ni Provisions, &4.1 ard an
nually- destroyed by Rats, Mice, Auts, andI
other insects an'd vermin-malI-of whieb ean
be prevented 13y a fei . dollars' worthj of'
"CosvtW'- Rat:, Rioacht Ait, &o., Eater
minator,- bougM a*4 used freely.
35.8See "CosTan's'''ader'ti.ernent above.
All Druggists and 'Dealers everywhere
BARNES, WARtD & CO.,.