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J. H. Bagget Factor &c., Charlet
2. C. f..
$25 Rewird-H. T. Crumpton;
'To AdY0l e11B8,.-Orders for .
* 1ug should be handed in by Jon.o(
Mondays, Wednesdays and 8, to
secure insortio, tle next d8 issue.
-RESOLUTIONS ADOPTEE.BY E PUBLIC
WININSno0O', F'arlift pTRXcT, S. C.
Septeior 8, 1866.
In compliance with a n<eo published in
the Fairfield Herald, reqiting a meeting
of the citizens of the Distet at this place
on the 3rd Septembe'r, i1c., a large num
ber of oitizein assemble(
The meeting wa. orgAized by the, ap
poIntment of B. B. Coo' to the Chair and
Hayne McMeejin and)r. J.M. Glenn, Sec.
The chainnan havilg opetted th# business
by some remarks rolitivo Lo the matters to
Pe discussed 6y the neeting,. on motion of
aD. B. Kirkland, a committe siX' consist
ing as follows : Dr. Jhn ,)Tllace, Dr J.
W. 0enn, Messrs. I41.. 'Kirkland, J: N.
She<lt, G. IL. Miller, 7. W. Woodward, were
appinted by tie chak to prepare business
for the consadoratiox of the meeting. Af
t4g retiring a short time, the committee re
*irned and presented the following resolu
Whereas, the people tf Varfield District,
Solemnly inpressive by the complete deso
lation that surrounds them, and not know
ing how they can be relieved from their
present sad conditions, do most respectfully
solicit the aid of.e law making power, in
their behal WHow that pow6r can come to
their assistance, is for the Legislature in
their wisdom to decidL. We, the people of
Fairfield District, can only recommend to
that honorable body, what we conceive to
be just, honorable and etuitable. There
]at. Resolved, That in the opinion of this
meeting. the people of this District., regard
the decision of the J udicia.r relative to the
constitotionality of the Sta Law as prema
ture, and 'that no action thould have been
taken until the State of 1outh Carolina had
been admitted into the Union with all the
privileges, guaranteed to Jier -by the Con
- 2nd. Resolved, Wherese, the judiciary of
South Carolina. not contemplating the wide
spread ruin that will result from their do
cision, relative to the constitutionality of
the stay law. And rhereas, the judiciary
of ether States have deolded that the &my
Laio is constitutional, we, the people of
this Districtdo obt earnestly desire, that.
- they wil4reconsider their former decisions.
3rd. Resofved, W.hereas, the Constitution
of the Stat: of Romuh Carolina, distinctly.
affirms, that the Legislature shall not pass
qe law impairiag the obligation of contracts;
that we earnestly solioit the law -making
power, (the Legislature) to call a Conven
tion, to take into coWderation the anoma
lous condition efaffairs not contemplated by
the framers of the Constitution.
* * * 41s . * .
6th. Therefore. Resolved, That -the people
of South Carolina, In convention assi mnbled,
did, with extraordinary unanimity secede
from the Union We, therefore, the people
of this District, belleve that equity, justice
andcharacter demand, that we should be
come eqeal,parlicipants in all the disastrous
consequences resulting therefrom.
6th, Resolved, That while we ask the Leg
islature to proteet the debtor from an im
pAper sacrifice of his property, at the same
time it is our opinion that the rights of the
creditor. ought to be protected by preventing
debtors from making fraudulent disposItion
of their property.
On motion of Dra. John 'Wallace thle reso
lutions were preseoted seriatim:
*Upon being presated to the meeting by
the chaIr, they were aliadopted exce pt the
focrth resola tion, whloch after some discus-.
siow, was withdrawn by the chairman of the
cpmmittee, Dr. Johin Wallace
On motion of 1. E. Elkin, Esq., it yras
Resolved, Tlat a general-tmeeting of tile
citisena of th~ District, is earnestly recom
mended to be told on the first Monday in
October next 12 M., at the Court House,.
for the put~l~ of devising some uniformn
p lan to reguia~ the employment of free Ia
B. B. Cftl, Chaarman.
HAYNEJ ic1MEEKIN, ~Seeals
- 3. 11. 0LyiN 8ertais
- pept 6-xi1
8 TODENI from nm laltation near
* Longtown, O o unia~y night,
'2nd instant, a li ark bay *J~
'mare MULE, about6 flands hig. She
-hsas 'smaII t eat. ab.ovthe \eft 'eye, I will
'give*2. dollar. for h'. d v6ry,to me, or
any'information that il *I ble me to get
H-. UR \MPTON,
Longtown, Fai Dtrict, 8.'c.
- Chester Standa ?' umbia Pha
usiz and Camden JQ wli copy three'
times atid send bit) to thg
- ,uR8. HENEY WILLI seoIfunl
~Jiannounces to thbe oi, -tf e i
. rlet,.that she is preparbd 'Bleaehad~
Press lit. and Jiooqete. . o'y
.CLom &o,with sajpea
D for sale on reasonable terms for cashi
shed and Brown Sugar,
i Carb Soda,
Soap, Oils, Spirits Turpentine, and a gen
oral assortment of Groceries.
Gunny Bagging and Rope.
DuBOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
sept 6-tf No. 8, Hotel Range.
. . BAGGET, & 00.,
FACTORS, 10 AUCOMMODATION WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Give their attention exclusively to the
LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON.
Libe7al advances made on consignments.
Iagle Washing Fluid!
L colored goods are rendo'red brighter;
woolens are less liable to shrink;
white goods are made brilantly white, and
all styles of goods .will last twice as long
as by the old style of' washing, because
there is no ROBBING or SCRUBBING of
the clothes. With five cents worth, an or
dinary washing may be done in two hours.
sept 4-tf LADD BROS' Agents.
Blueing ! Blueing !
VANDEUSEN'S CELEBRATED BLUE.
ING-the best article known-for sale
by LADD BROS.
Lumber, Lumber, Lumber.
T HE subscriber begs to informs his friends
and former patrons that he has resum
ed the "LUMBER BUSINESS," at Ridge
way, S. C.. 12 miles south of Winnsboro,
and immediately on the C. & S. C. R. R,,
and having a fine lot of sawn timber on the
yard, solicits their orders.
0. P. HOFFMAN.
sept 4-x3m t2w
AN assortment o' PAINTS and OILS
consfstitg in part of
English Venetian Red,
Dry Prusian Blue,
For sale by Linseed 011.
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,.
aug 26-tf No. 2, Hotel Range.
FAMILY FLOUR-JUST BE
1000 LaBS. COUNTRY FL0UR.
4000 lbs Northern Flour. Part of it very
fine. KETCHIN, McMASTER & CO.
ARRELS of Extra Family Baltimore
IIACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
july-li'68-tf No. 2, Hoitel Range.
TIIOMPNON, WliERS &1J.,
TOOTH .BRUSHE~S, a
&o., &o., . ke. *.,'
Low for cash. July i
In'i Sipt's~ GlEe, C, & S.C.
COLUMBIA, 8. 0., Au i 8!, 1866.
ouneetions, will rus 0llows:
AfrIve at Chat)otte .2.50 A ,
Let hoaot 9. ~
. t, o. 4
Ketohin, MoMater & Co.
BET WHITE WINE VINEGAR,
- Extract Lemon,
Night Blooming Cereus, Sweet Opopenax
and other P.rfumery.
Putty and Red Lead. aug 14-if
LOW F0* CASH,
PRIME BACON SIDES,
AND APAMILY FLOUR.
'Also on hand a general assortment o
, DuBOSE EGLESTON & CO.,
aug'9-tf No. g, Hotsel Range:
BARRELS NEW BALTIMORE FAMILI
[loxes Adamantine Candles.
" Superior Pearl Starch.
3acks Liverpool Salt.
t lot of ino Turnip Soed. For sale low, bj
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
aug 28-tf - No. 2, Hotel Range.
N RS. D. B. MoCREIGIIT respectfulli In
1 forms the LADIES of Winnsboro ani
rioinity. that she may be found at the dwel
ing of Mr. Jas. MoCreight. where she I
yrepared to Repair, Refit or Trim Hats an
3onnete, on the most reasonable terms.
A share of their patronage is respeotfull,
1oliited. aug 80-tf
MOUREWHT' GIN bHOP,
ESTABLISHED IN 1800.
1INS made and repaired. Also, the ta
IcCREIGHT RETRSE GRIST MILL,
FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
new and neat pattern on hand.
len'l Supt's Offioo, harlott(
& South Carolina R. R.
COLUMIA, S. C., Aignet 25, 1866.
SN and after Septqmber lot., the Los
J Freight and Passenger Tariffs oyer thii
Load will be reduced as follows, viz:
COLUKUIA TO OlAIaoTTS.
?irst Class Freight 76o. per 104
lecond'Class Freight 60o. per 104
'hird Class Freight , 40o. per 10
Passenger Fare $7O0 thegh. -
Corresponding rates to intermediate sta
ion. Through Tickets sotI to all point
lorth at, reduced rates.
aug. 80. JAMBs.ANDhnsoN, Supt.
PIIcNL,X AND GLE~ANOR.
L'HE DAILY PN(ENf3
Is published atory morning, except Mfon
ay, -and contains the Latest News, .by tel.
raph and mails, up to the hour of ging t<
'ress ; EditaoMis, Corresponsienco froma dif
Brent points,. Miscellaneous Readip gTales
'oetry, Sketches, etc., etc. In the* Quanti
y and Quality of its Reading Matter is no
o be.excelled by any paper, In South. Caro
ina. Advertisements inserted on favorabi<
The Tri--Wookly Phceniz,
ontains, in~ every number, the reading rat
er (embra.ing.the latet -news) of ,two~ is
ue of the daily. It is publiushed ewer.
'usday, Thursday ad8Saturday mornings
m published every Wednesday morniug.
t is the desire. and will be the- objecs of eha
roprietor to, to aske, this equal tog Il not
bie best-Family Newspaper'in the 5otsth.
n fact as its name indteates
.A HOME 00MPANIONV.
Besides the eolleto' of aies cream of t be
ewe of the week, Politioal, FZnanocial and
bie Markets, it will contain a large stb6uni
f Literary Mdatter, suchs.-eheice Tales
ketches and Poeta'y. I - will embraos
naes a faithful record andI hjatory,of pass
FALL AND WINTER
lltinery and St%tr Goods.
AIMSTRONG, CATOR A C0
IMPORTER$ AND DZALNB Of
Bonnet Bilks and Satins,
Trimmed and Untrimmed,
No 287 and Lofts of 289 Baltimore St.,
Offer a Stock unsurpassed In- the United
States in variety and cheapness. Orders
solicited and prompt attention given.
Tebms-Cash. aug 28-2mo
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
r BANCROFT'S OLD STAND,
287 King &, 3 doors Below Wentworth
E have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
French and American, which are of the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To'plafters furnisbing the Freedmen-either
for clothing or for barter with them, our
wholesale rooms. offer every inducement.
Plantation goods In every variety.
This being a busy season with the plantei
and he not able to visit the city, orders ac
companied with city reference will meet
with prompt attention.
N. B. Samples, with price lists, sent to
any part of the State. Our stoclk consists
in part of
White Osnaburghs, Striped Osnaburge,
Blue Denims. Brown Dedims. Heavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Bleadhed Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 6-4, 9-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue Homespuns. Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black Freach Broad
cloths. Hosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
r the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam.
ask, all qualities, Calicoes, all qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Fibe
Sootoh Ginghams, Spring Silks and Black
Bilks, Colored Muslins, in evety variety,
Fine French Muslins, White and Black
- Goods, Farmers' Drown Linen Duck, Farm
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Fanoy Drills and
Together with every variety to be found
in -ur line; which we offer at
WHOLHSALE AND RETAI.
All Domestic Goods are sold at a very
small advance on Agents' prices.
We would respectfully call the attention
of the Planters, Merehants, and the citi.
zens generally of Fairfield District, to our
advertisement, and solict a call from them
should they visit the city. .
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 8 doors below W4ntworth
Charleston, S. C.
H. C. STOLL, C4arleston,
CHARLES WEBB, ,
H. C. WALKER,
.g -rolitics and News,- t
A family Journal.
INi ONE MAMMOTE SHEET, '
Haieagest countryciraltonhithe Stats
'9ter els trel
305 osasOsaae, ,
THE RECOGNIZED) SPECIALITIES OF
Pro Eger~ OUR DAY. ofL
- fgeJackson,''formerlyofL -
doar, R9bert hlerbert, 14. D., trom- Piladel
phia, ahid Dl'. UugeuleVYelpeau,, formerly of
the Lorn4eb an Fags Yesieveal Hospitals.
Permanent an d speedy cures guaranteed of
Gonorrhea, Syphiilis, Gleet, Spornmatorrhcsa
or Self-Abuse, and of every possible, form
of pri,vate disease of every name or niature
Dr. Herbert?s Anti-Alcoholic Compound,
an unfailing re!ned$ for intemperance ; write
Mo'unt'aiPo9 .Igt, 800 iaAde, 100 plat es,
i0 cent, 8for $1
Dr. Jackson's Female Monthly Pills; $1
per box, extra fine $5, a safe and efectuul
remedy, for all irregularities .and obstruc
i on, rogr whsatever can se. .1?r. ,Jaoleor's
. eilIvi rnathg Liniment, $2 per" bet,
tie.- Sind for circular. Genuine Frenod.
Safes *1,86 for $4,12 for $7. Send for cir
eular and write, you will promptly .receive
a kind, discreet and explct answer. A d.
dresq M MeeB9hH@ $Qo.j.or Aia
ply P. O.'De,488, Cincinnati, Ohio. Oie.
SNe. 167 Sycamore Street. Mfedicines and
instruetIons es 4o any part of the oountry
An Old Soag, set to a New Tuns
"As eprft approaches
Ants and R#ach4s.
Arom thaer hot"s come oull
And Mie and At,
In sgie of cat,
Gaily 44 about."
"18 yearn established In N. Y. pity."
"Only infallible remedies kno*n."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerou to the Humth Fainily.1
"Rate come ou of their holes to dib."
61oaotert*,10 Itat, Roach, &C.. Eza
Is a paste-use4for Rate, Mice, Roadhei,
Black and Red Ante, &c., &o., &c. &o.
"6costAr's" Bed-Btg Exteriaallut
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy,
also as a prevetitivo fot Ped-JUg; &d.
"Costar'4" Electtlc Powder toa'
Is for Moths, Mosquitoeo, plea", Bed-.Ugk@
Itegts on Plant, Fowle, Animalt, &d:
g- I I I BEWAILS I I I of all worthlesor
Mi See that "COSTAR'S" name Is 'or
each Box, Bottle, and Flask, before you huy.
XW- Address, EEAY R. COSTAR
484 Droadway, N.'Y.
' jW? By
All Druggists and Retailers .everyNhero
South. BarnesWard & Co., New Oreans,
INCREASE OF RAT8.---The 'armer'e
Gaxette (English) asserts and proves by fig
ures that ond pair of RATO witl have a pro.e
geny and decendants no less than 661,050
in three ye;til. Now, ttles thle hmnienes
family can be kept down, they would con
sume more food than would sustain 65,000
SW Seo"COSTA'o"advertisement above.
RATS verew BIRDS.-Whoevar engagdo
In shooting small birds is a oruet man ; who
ever aids in externinating rats is a benefao
tor. We should file soibe one to give tw
the benefit of their experience in driving
out these pest. We need something be
sides dogs, cats, and traps for this business.
--cien(fc American, .M .
NeL. See "Cost Ai's" advertisement above-..
"COSTAl'" RAT EXTERMINATOR la
imple, safe anf sure--the most perfect
RAT-ification meeting we have ever attend
ed:. Every Rat that can get it., properly
pr.pared, will eat it, and every one that
eaLs it will die, generally at some place a a
distant as poseible from were it was taken.
-Lake Shore, Mich, Mirror.
SW Sec "CosTAL's" advertisement above.
HOUSEKEEPER8 troubled *itti verin
need be so no l,nger, If they use "CosTAR's"
Exterminator. Wehaveused it toour sati'.
faction ; und if a box cost $6, we would have
it. We have tried poisons, but they effected
nothing; but "Costar's"'articl'e knocks tho
breath out oif IRats, Nico, Roaches, Ants,
and Bed-Bugs, quicker than we can write it.
It Is in gr'eat dlemand ali over' the country.
-Mendina, Ohio, Gazeue.
j# See "CosrAn's" advertisemientabove.
.A VOlCF?.L ROM TIlE FAR WEST.
Speaking of "CoSTAR's" Rat, Roach, Ant
&o-., Extermninator----."more grahr~ and pro'
visions are destroyed an ually In Grans
County by vermir, than wotYd pay for ton t
of this Rat and -Insect .ILiller.-Lancaster
FARMERS AND IlOUSEKEEPERS-..
should recollect that hundreds of dollars
worth of Gi-ain. Provisions, &o., are an- -
nually destroyed by Rats, Mice. Ants, andi
other'insects and vermin-all of which can -
be' prevented by a few dollars' worth -of,
"ConyAs's't Ret, Rtonel, Ant, &c., Exter
minator, boug~ht and used freely.
See "Cs2'AU's" advertisementralyovo,
All Druggists and Dealers everywhere
BARNS, WA,RD & CO.,
WhVIolesple Agent., '
New Orleans, La.