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WASHINGTON, August 2.-John Ress,
Cbief of the Cherokee Nation, died here
yesterday, after .wo nonths illness.
Stote Convention of Pennsylvania.
IAlRIsBuno, PENN., August 2.-The
8tate Convention of soldie'rs favorable to
the election of Clymer as Governor. met
here yesterday and numbers nearly eight
hundred. Itesolutions were adopted en.
(lor<Aing Pre4ident Johnson's restor.ttion
policy. and the cotrse of Senators Burkalew
ai Cowan,. Mr. Clymer. Get MCaid.
m.iWl. if. W101ltce. Gen). Mli0er, andI
oiers adltl1-!MPd tli vast, as 'ublage.
Nrw Yonic. August 2.-Thtro were 19
citse. and fo-ar deatis by c)-ole-a toporled
i llrooklyn from noon yesterda, to noon
to-day. Eight of these cares were itn jails
New York larkeli
NEW Yont, Angust 2.-Gold 148. rot.
t.n (11111 1111d lower; sales of Jb ) bales.
Middling Uplands 3: Or-lesins 37@38.
Flour drooping. Wieat dee'in.ng. Pork
h -avy at $: 53. Lord firinir at 18}@0 21.
tgar and Cotm dill. N..al Stores steady.
The Aitatic Cable,
IrART'I CW-.TM, July 31--The Presi
denCs reply to tie Qteen was acknowledged
from Oshtorne Palace, at. 6 P. M.-or one
hour aind eighteen minutes ater its recep
tion htre It pessed through the cable in
'-tven minutes. A roy-A salute was fired
by tli Great Eitern, and tle Atnmrican
flag was boisted oti the f-legraph building.
NIInesold Sinte Cuivenlion.
ST. P,%ri,, August 1.- -The Democratie
Slate Cottventioti to-day elected de eglites
ta t ole Piladelphtia Convenltion, aind passed
resolutions in ftutof the itnedijte ad
mission of the So-uthern Stales to the Union.
Wisconsin Stae Convention.
MAMIN, August 1.--Tie Wisconsin
State Cutention' to-day elected delegaics
to the Phillidelplit Convention. The dele
g tes iti:udet Seiator Doolittle ttid Post.
Mater 6n- ieral ftantdall.
Terrible Kht at New Orlelns.
AUGUSTA. July 31.--Habtis Con.
vefition brok6 up in.a fearful riot at
New Orleans yesterday.* The citi
zens, aided by tie civil authorities,
:urrounrled the Meclianic's Institute,
where the Convention was in session,
protecteil by' a larg'o mob. Ot at
tempting to 0iter tlt' buidiiig, the
polie were fired vii A general flght
ensue, ih wlicl' man1y negroes were
killed aid several woMided.
Mayor Mon-oe.and the polic flAl
ly sucei'eded itt breaking upi and ar
resting the members of the Convei'on.
Hahn badly woundod. Dr. 'Dottio
atnd 1udson killed.
It is reopor-ted. that Pr'eiddnt John
son telegraphed Sheridan' to' 6ustainl
tue civil authority. The members of
the~ Contvention aro now unxdcr nurrest,
a:td quiiet prevails.
A gr11tar5 %ccout.
PIFTY 0R 8IXTY .KILLED AND sjmN
>al Convention attetypted to convene
o-day, which catised a terrible riot.
Th Convention met at 12 o'clock,
tntp'six nietmbers present. Large
nmiber-s of negroes forme~d in puroes
Sitn,.with drums beating, and marehed
toilechanies' Institute,whecre the Pen.
Minwas it Se3-ioni Tihe most in
tou excitement prevailed. Iptdis
ernibatec firing occurred, in several
st10, andI a number of negroes wore
kil ta and some whites wountded.
TTice surroutnded the Cowrvention
bul ig and endeavored to mainfaifn
orde On the meeting of the Con
vent ~the populace, surrounded the
build and an in1eense mob of nue
groIs both inside and outside.
' ~T[he pu and pepe finally became
- intaste t he situation snd tke build.
lag wva soly bosolgod.
Thle e attempted to enter the
buiildln ion thtby *ere fired upon.
Thle fr n comunee from the
asob OUt\ (ie mob inside Ana
finally tho parties inside surrendored
in it b(1v.
Some fifty or sixty were killed in
the fight. ' Ex-(Iov. Hiahn was dread
fully cut up. Dr. Dostio and ,Tob.
Henderson were killed. The Pisi
dent of the Convention r.nd members
theroo>f are being arrested oo by one
and confined. A little more order
and quiet now preva ils.
The President has i.pproved the bill
extenditig the titne within'which States
iny -vmleet 1jinds ftr agriulntural Collego
pIurposes, z,n,t l iliw- bill fixing the iinher
'nf .J'idga of the Supreme Court of the
Ui'led Stntes, ani to chango certiin
-hcidI circuit,; The lat named hill
provid.es that no vacancy in thie ofice
of nasocinte jutiee shall ha filled by
appointment until the number of' aaso
cinte jutices shall be reduced to six,
and tiere-fter the court shall consitt of
a chief justice and six associate jus
The fir t andl second judicial circuits
are to remain iz nov constitutd. The
third of Pentnsylvtnin, New Jersev and
Delaware; the fourth of Marvland,
Vst Virgiu, Virgiiin, North Oaroli
111 Anld sollilh Carolila.
T IE firm of ELLIOTT & CO., Is this day
dissolved by mutual conent
W. W. ELLIOTT,
G. N. REYNOLDS,
J- D. AIKEN.
ang 4 -t3
GOODS AT 00ST.
ITE firm of ErIOTr & CO., having been
. dis.solved, the large stock of
will bo disposed of at No. it, Batik
at I me, at cost prices.
'all and see. aug 4-t3
State of South Carolina.
ita tiMe Coas- of Ordlivary.
By James John8ton Ordinary of Fai;iield
W".1",^1"-LS 11c.pry A. Onillard. Co
V sioner in Etuity, ins npplied .to mie
for LE'1 EItS OF 4\DMINISTHRATION on
nil and shiginlar the Gool and, Chatele,
Rights'n 'nd Credits of JohnI W. Polany, lato
of t!e District aiforesaid. deceased.
These are tIherefore- o cite #itd ad1m011d-sh
r0I and si,tguil ir I o kindred aid erediiors of
the said deceised, to be and' appear tiefore
me, at our next Ordinmly Court, for the
sid District'to be h'olden at Fitirfield'C. H.
pn t'e 10tih day of Septetnfer, to shew
cause, if any why the said adminisfrition
Biouirinot be granted.
0iten under 1: y hind and schl, this 80th
day of July, in the year of e't Lord:1860,
and In the ninety-.first year of American In
JAllIES JOHNSTON, [0. F. V]
aug 4 -fl'6.6
LOW FOR CASH.
A GEN ERAL ASSRTME~NTOF-GOE
DullOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
Juno 80 60-tf No. 8, Hot:el Range.
F~"~ MBACOT,iURIES,& CO..
july7-t. - No .. HtelRange;
I) 4Rl,EL$ of Extra Famally D3altimore
IfACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
July I7'60.,tf No-. 2r Hotel.Rarig.
Afine lot B.400~N SlDES, d!ot frotrr
Baltimore. For.sale low for cash by
BACOT, IlIVERS & CO.,
juily -17--tif -- No. 2, HotIO- Rau.d_
FOR FAiELN USE
4DAiIANTIN}S CANDLES1 Argo. .Segl,
Taplooa 8tarch, Salts, oen, for ex
ra'tling stains, OCream Tartar~ Cooking
sod', Extract VanIlla, Ginger, Black.,ep
per, lifellble Ink', Rat Euterthbator.
Also, bost Rio a'nd Java Coffd adid Stigar.
Just recbiwed by -
RWTCUtN, 16fMASTER & Co.
~ho e Tea
IMNE HY SON 'TE A B'e;t Jto
'Coffee, A danistIcno Candles, Miioosa
out and MhlIed Plokies. -AL,
KETCH Il' McMAST1ER & C~O'S.
HAVE YOUR GINS
R E P-A IRE D
ARNMERS of Fairfield and adjoInIng,
can have it done at home, by addressing me
at Winnaboro, giving their ioolity.
Any one *anting to buy a in would do
well to hear from me before buying clse
where. All letters receiveai will have
prompt attention Aid those franting
repnired; will do well to let e hear from
them-the sooner the better--s I have long
been in Griswold's eidployn ut, and well
understand his Gins.
july 28-t2xi. J. M. 'M TTIIEWS.
ESTATE S AE.
O N the first. Monday in Aug At will be sold
at publio auction itti th residence of
the late John Walkar. All, the personal
property of the dedeased. Consisting of
sundry articles of Merchandise.
KITCHEN FURNI URE.
Tr.nAs:-All sums undo Ten Dollers
Cash, over Ten Dollers. a Cj dir of ninety
days, note with two approve4 securities to
be given before the goods are removed.
JNO. 11. CATI CART, Exr.
JJST R"-C ZVED,
THOMPSON, WIT!IIS & CO.,
BLEACHED H IMESPUN,
Low for cash; july 19-tf
LARI AND BACON.
A LOT of fineocruutry Lard. A lot of fine
L. countity Bacon, just received and for
y itETCIllN, McMASTEI & Co.
J UST R E C E I VE D.
ketchi. MoMaster & Co.,
C. NNITENG IN PART, OF
IIAND SAWS, Planes, Augerl, Chisels,
I J'Ilp' of sey.ral kinds, Fore we, Hinges,
Screw Drivers, Door aud Pai Looks, Draw
ing Knives, SteeV qnd Iron Squares, Com
panes, fine Cutlery
Garden.Trowels, [loes ant Forks, Per
OUssionl Caps, Colt's Cartridges, aiucets nid
111lusei Gates and Porcelain lided Sauce
Pans and Pr-ser'ving ietife's.
Shro 'rrTea'd. Wrapping TJbine, Plow t,inos,
Well Rope, Shot.
A fresh supply of "ntiIons" as Tuck Combs,
Dressing Cotmbs, Tooth Brushes, Vest and
Coat. Buttons, Ladies' Belts, Ladliel' ilose,
Ladies' Collars, , Port Monnaieq, Linen
Braids and'Tapes Elastic Braid, &o.,-&o.
A. LLA hoso indeb(ed' to tihe iEstate a
AUUSUS DESPORTES, 4 ce'dl, for
advertising in, orsubs'cription to, the Fair
Salrid inal.o, or Winnshoro RUKosTRa aie
hereby notinied.to miske settlement.by note,
or otherwise to II. A G iillard, Attorney at
Law', Winhsbor'o, S. CY.
IR. 8. D.ESPORT ES, Adrn'r.
s%gr 0 9 Sflki* T,
. IN EQUITY -
uhn R.' C*ok daId Wifi, 1' Dl
Jesb1i J. Osken,' A or
Win. J. Alston, Relif
T1 a earun~ hestsf'actin or the
mHsi'W ft ITsn W: R Wed,
se of the eplate.p th~e) 9'e ,etated
idso, reies b.ond thie limaits of S tate,
motion of, Mus, Rb.ertsoun d,
oerap'a So'Ps., . , e. .a.
I1t is ordered. that the sisid De(eme4sgt, de
blead, answer or demur to the B1ll of' Conm
ro tht ut pago, ro ,'
. ommissioner's 0Moe,
12thb May, 1886.
War, C. DUKES CO,
FACTORS ANi CMMI8SIO MBCIIANTS
NO. 5, EXCHANGE STREET.
CHARLESTON, a. C.
WM. C. DUKES, T. 0. If. DUKEs,
JOHM a. DUKS, ..' J. X. OASsoN.
NEWS PRING Q00D3
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
BANVCROFT'S OLD sTAND,
287 .Kinq &;,-8 doofs .lllos WAkUooth&
E have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and Americar., which are of the
most desirable 4tyles the markets can affqVd.
To plantets furnishing thb Freedme either
for clothing or for batter' with them, our
wholesale rooms offer -every inducment.
Plantation goods in every varietyi .
This'being busy season with the pfanter
and he n6t able to visit the city, o4hers no.
conmpanied-with efty reetened 4ill meet
with prompt attentioi. .
N. B. Samples, with price lists, sent Io
any part (f the State. Our st(,ck consists
in part of
White Osnaburghe, Strioed Osnahurge,
Blue Denims. Brown Denims, Heavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Bleached ShiringS, Bleachid nnd Brown
Shirlings, 6.4, 9-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue Ilotnespuns, Bleqched
and Brown Drills, Ildk French Broad
cloths. Ilosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
tie piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dani
ask, tall qualities, Calicoes. 0l1 qualities,
Dress oods, Domestic Gingkams, Fine
Scotch Ginghamr, Spring Silks4dd Blabk
Silks, Colored Muslins, in eVP' variety,
Fine French Muslins, White. vkd ' Alack
Goods, Farmers' Brown Linesi Duck, Farm
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Together with every variety to be foui
in our line; which we offer at
WHOLESALE AND ETA ITL.
All Domestic Goods are sold at a very
small advance on Agents' prices.
We would respectfully call the attention
of the Planters, Merchants, and the citi.
zens generailly of Fairheld District, to our
advertisement, and solicit a call from them
should they visit the city.
STOLL,.WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 8 doors below Wentworth
Charleston, S. C.
It C. STOLL, Charleston,
CIIA I LES WEBB;
If. C. WALKER.
Gen. Sup'twafi ,C'el. & S, 0.
CARING11E O- SC iiEDULE.
Charlotte S S. C. BIAtiroadi
Columbia, S. C.. June 1, 180.,
0 N and after dunday. the 8d instant, a
()Passenger 'train' *111 rurover this
Road as follows :
Leave Colhmniba af 4 15 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte 11.15 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at 12.15 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia 7.15V- M.
june 6'66 Superintendent.
FA14V LD 1 1 ft". -
Ex Parte Bill fo'
C. D. Melton, . Perpetuate
Soir Northern Circuit. T, stimony.
J ENNET DOUGLASS, haMg filed he"
Petition under above Bill in order to
peipetuate the testimony to the past. exis
t gnce, loss and ebntdtits df-a Deed of Convev
eticie, to him of a certain tract of lan'd.
situate In Fairfield District, on the waters gf
Little River, by the Heir at Law of Alexan
d'er Douglass, deed. All parties interested
are not itied to appear at thme expiratiorr of
thiree monthis from this date, to cross-examn
ine the witnesses that may be produced, and
produce testimony in reply.
18AAC H1. MEANS,
C. E. F. D.
1innsboro, 8. C., June 15th, 1806.
U er isted i
THlE itECOGNIZED 8PECIA 14? US, OF
Prof. Eglye (pk$ps, fdf amesly of. 34t
don, Robert tlbr, l , fron4'ladel
phia, and Dr.'U ei~lp1au0,l A ierly of
the London and ards Venere91 Hospitals.
Permanent and speedy cures guaranteed of
Gonorrhea, 8yph Ills, Gleet, 8permatorrhwa
or Self-Abuse, aAd..pLey.ry. passible form
o~ private disease of every name or nature
Dr. Herbert's Anti-Aloohohle Compound,
ae unfailing.dfo,g ps ;wrt
for particularf. .yIi rt
Mountain of Light, 800 pages, 100 plates,
60 cents, 8 for $1.
Dr. Jackson's Female MomthI, tilis; $1
tionis, from whatever eause.Dr'ako'
Orlental Invigorating LinIment, $2 p.er bet.
Lip. Send for circular. Genuine French
Safes $1, 6 for $4,12 for $7. Send for oir
eta, a nd ~1zu ~iLrtgl r,yve
dires. Drs. Jackson, flerbert & Co., er sida
ly P. 0. Box 488, CincinnatI, Ohio. Offie
No. 187 Sycamore Street. Medicines andi
fastrmuction. sent to any par6 of the country
An9IOSing, et to a New Tont
"4. sprin approaches
A4nts and Roaches
From their hols come oji
Ad Ni ahd-Rate
in #pits of cats,
Gaily skip about."
"18 6 estikblished In -. T.
"Ony infallible remedies inown.
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the llu' ha Siilg.
"RatI 0ome out of,their hole. to dia.'1
"Co%ter'a" Rat,. REach. &c.. ECZ.
la Pasto-mesed>for Ift1,-Mc,- fialeAU;
!lack and Red Anto, &'., &o., &o., &o.
"#2oser"s'" Be . Bug Ezte'amisa-a
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy,
also as a preventive for Bed-Bugo, &o.
"Costar's" Electric Powder for
Is for Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Bed-Bigs,
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, &o.
al"' ! ! ' B W AtEs ! I! o all wotih'ess
. fiW- See that "Cosrant's' n4me is .on
each Box, Dottle, au4 Flask, before you buy.
3ir Address, jjYg RO.W008
f84 I3roadffay, N
ESiJ Sold '
All,Druj,gists ahd Retailers everywhere
South. Barnes, Ward & Co., New Orlea%'i,
INCREASE OF RATS.--The Farmer's
Gazelle (Eiiglish) asseits anri-r4ves by fg
ures th4t.one pi r,of RATb wi. have a pro-,
en and decenPapis,qo less than 651,050
tree years. Now, unless this iMsmenseo
family can be kept down, they, would con-.
sume more food than would sustain 65,000
A&- See "CosTa's"advertisement above.
RATS versus BIR1)S.-Ifioever epgage.
in shooting small hirdejs a 9ire man; who
ever aids in exterminating rats s a b?nefao-.
tor. We should like somg one to Sive us
the benefit of their' ixlerzence ' driving
out thcee .pests -We neW lor.ething be
sides dogs, cat-, and t'apfor this business.
-Scintifc American. ,. .
*f"ee 'tOrAt; ''idvertisement above.
"COSTAk,'S" RAT EXTER1INAT6R..
simple, safe and sure-the most perfeat
RA T-ifiontidn .meeting We haie ever attend-,
ad. Every Rat that can get It, #operly
irepared, will eat i, atM 4Very one that
ents it. wil 4to, generally an some plae-a a
distant as possible from wete it was taken.
- Lake Shore. A ic. ' Iit.rR.
g&'- See. "Co'raui's" advertisement abovel
IIOUSEKENPERS Iroubled with vermin
:qeed be so no lunger, It' they use "CosTan's''
FExterminator. Wqhave used it, to oupdatIs:.
fpot ion ; aind if a bpg.coost $6,pwe woul4 have4
It. We have.tried,poisone, but, they.~feoed.
nothing ; but "Costar's" art iole knoeks t,he
breatl1 outt of .Rats, Alico. Jtosches, Ajit#,
and Bled.Imigs, quicker tihan we can writeit..q
Iti e o.nand. all ovet .the,.ouna&w.
---e , io,td Gaete
g . ' 'J ,
FARM%L~ AND IlOUSEE~B 8R
a$ould rofpt fhu r~tI qf.lsvr
nl p9 .4eStrydby R.be .Min0% Antsyssed
"PoppAg'i':Ant,t Roach; Anti a..,,31W1
mlna4gr, boughst siased freelp. sin
-ThMlesa .A t
liew Ort nk/1 -