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N t:w Yoit, Nov. 28.--The morning
.pnpers have the following specials
.x!,no, Nov. 28.-heo Fenian
s'.rm is on the increase. Several
rhip3 ut' waihave been ordered to Ire
land ; the excitement in London is
it.insc, and approaches only in
tngrnitule to the sceno on occasions of
t he receipt of news of an outbreak in
l'.utts, Nov. 27.-Tt is a settled
Convictin111 in government circles that
t be rtign of the ltnperor is ended, and
'Maximilian will soon arrive here.
'I'he governlnit his sent a procluna
tiun to ]3azaine for publication in
Mexico, when Maximilian leaves that
ivl:nroor., Nov. 27.-The ship
'T'orpoedi, froin New York for Shang
ha i, ws.aabandoned at rea in a siuking
Ls oox, Nov. 27.-The movement
of the goverlmllenlt against the Fenians
continucs. Aiother regiment of In
fntry vill go to illdieately.
A Lox Of ill lfornisl and aris.has been
seized at L.ivirpool. The box came
4'rom the United States. . The Daily
A'rs dlnounces the fierce threats of
its cotoniporaries,. and says the, rebel.
Roo l tust he suppressed in a soldierly
. W\ wAtlos, Nov. 28,--Whatever
to .11h tll-re many in the( report, the
P're1 1si' t his rceived no infornistion
wia1ever coicer"ning it, Gt'n Sedge.
ntick-crossml flte io Gra'lrde. on Mont
$!y1 wit h a brigale of Unitedl States
t oo is, and oc.iied Matanoras, the
:21o11+n-menlt of whieb nppeara in the
New York pnpers this morning.
\V.sl Nhrtos, Nov. 28.-A report
p,revails.l,.h t -a c )llisi"n actn:+iy necnr.
retd Iet.wceel Unied Sates and' French
t r+olop, n ,hinpreliale: however. Sheri.
':ln iisplitchot i roops . on his own-r-r
ponlsit.ility. Sherman is ent rusted with.
lairgte discretionnry powers, anl his
origi-ml in4triielions comprelhcndeud with
SprIot. for it joint. trench and Uniited
Sates protectorate, pelling a popular
vote of Jtlrez or iaximiliarr.
A spciil 'o thei \Vashimgtn PO
wIhichl the Governm ent, received from
hrini, wheareini he( men'ttions the rnl
ior of the1 og"npationl of tfexicanl soil
by A nw-r.ic- n troopsi, bia discredits it.
'hIi r,-port n10 dohtl;t is ex.igger:ited.
N r.w YonK, Ncv. 28.-When at a
late hour.ha:ut niht an extra appeared
on the streets with the exeittig news
.r:,m1 Ireland tile effect upon the city,
wlats unelqualled since the news of great
viet ories of the late war. Places of
11111 isemllelt were turned out by people
anxi',us to hear and-discuss the event;
hotels and other places of 4congratila
tions" were tlraonged by anxious and
excit e+ persons, who freely indulged in
congr' it lationaia in hopefttl expressions.
'enfans rushed to the mecting'places
of their circles, hoping to got addi
tional inforiation. Telegrams were
sent to circles in distant cities, and in
staniitly entinsiastic replies were re
ceived. Stephels, the head Centre,
was invisible,. and it is confIdently be
lieved ho.has roehedl Ireland. It is
1said that the Treasury of the Fenians
*hasn never b)een iln better condition
than at this moment. The samenox
- cit.ement which prevailed in: thisecity
existed in Brooklyn. The Irishmen
oC that city woie excited to fever beat,
andt kept a constanit call1 for fresh dis
*patches ovcr tihe cable.
The President's Me. ag,
T 'i.e WVashington en - ndent of
*im New' York IIeral ~ti.raghs to
t ini:. pa per on Satunrdaiy
- The stit emeont comles mood an.
thIlority thati.tihe President Tessaga i.
ra pidly' upproaichinug co -ition ; thaIt
thas been rea.l to the Cabinet during
S h'sessiOlus of yestorday and to-day,
tthat, it will noit be pl.aced inth
' tnds'of theo prinlter befrr the beginning
neixt week. Judging fromin he fre'
ency with whuih the forth comng
lil'8sage is .disenissed an!i speculated
* upon by the prominent politiciana ther.,
it, will lbe - ooked for . by the country
*generally .wie.h,oe or.linary degree o
iite'rest,. D)arigg.. the pre'paraltionl of
t.is docuenot, t.i. Presid"int haa been
esp.ecially ~ aret di to indicati,. by no
word the course oh action he .has con-.
liuded'to anlggest to Congresa on the
idiJ lipotan t qnIesiitons ,of whichl it
tgfeat.s; but 'there are thioso . whose fre-.
piet, commiilcions dnl (14 interviews
wigtii Mr. Johnson enable theni to form
rea.ienably coet eti,mat,epof hisa Viewa
on the~ great,. enesthrns. at mose,' and:
(etblwletimlates, predivatqd ton the views
t*qiup)y. caprsand1 - by the Prem'eult,
euijie.ihe, idioi.ie 'previuly.
gwt r a4 l doet~ f4re..Al h sse
f 'tt a,ijttstnienit of Lite tnounentoul pohli
caldifferencesnow, before thto coni.try,
YeL.tlere ner many reasons for believing
that thie imipending niessage is pervaded
b a spirit conciliatorf to the radical
eloent itr the republican party, and
that it, manifests in a pointed manner an
snxiety on the part of the President to
Secure concert of action between the
executive and legislutive branches of the
VALUABLE. REAL ESTATE
TTA1V1NG purchase.l from Saling' Wolfe
all the real estate owned by him in
Fairfield District. consisting or one Planta
tion situated about three miles from Winns
One other place called the
"PINE WOODS PLACES,"
located about. seven miles south of ' Winns
horo on the- bvil Road and containing about
809 acr"e, a lot in the town of Winnsboro
known as the
WOLFE COTTAuE LOT,
'fronting on Zion Street. and several burnt
lots on Congress or Main street. of said town.
lftmy planti0on is not sobl in a short time
1 will rent the same for next year. I will
aso rent for next. year the Wolfe Cottagn
Lot if' tot sold soon
Any.person desiring to purohose or rent
any portion ot' said real estate is invl.4ed' to
cull upon J. II. MeCants, my Attorney at
Wiunboro, or on inc at Cameden. S. C.
GOODSI GOODS !
T IlE: attontion of purchaaers is invited to
Ite'stock of goods now offered for
JAMES D. MILNOR,
try Goods. Groc'rie,. Hardware, Tin,
class. ' and - Crockery Ware, together with
Boots, Shoes, }4at, Gloves, Hosiery, Rib.
Ions. Buttons an'd Trimm ings, Perfumery,
Cooking Extracts, Gontlemen's and Boys'
dress goods, Gtms, Pistols, Powder, Shpt.
and cps. Also a very' superlor article of
Blaip-ets, Kerosene Lamps, Oil Wicks,
Burnev, and Chimneys of all' sizes constant
ly on han4. Soup in great variety and at
reduced' prices, Cheese and Maooaropi,
Candy fresh and orisp,
Well T'oucket0, Ropo and Well Fixtures,
Nails. fagging and Ropo, all of WIhioh are
offered at lowest tumwket prices.
nov 20.-t f .
Winnsboro Fermale Institute,
i AVING purchased the large
and commodioue bu;l'ling
known as Bank Rtange, L will re.
sume i he duties of this Institute
on Monday, 14th of January,
The School will be jointly under the
charge of Mre-. C. Ladil, Principal of the
Winnsboro Female Institute, and Rev. J.
Oh vr. fornmer Principal. of the Winnsboro
Lau ; Academy
Tuition will vary according to classes,
tromt $15 to $18 and $22, per session of
Languages, Ancient or Modern, Music,
,Drawing and Painting, in Oil or Water Col
oss, a separ'at e oha,wye.
The Musical. and French Department will
be- tinder the control' of Mrs. Obear.
floar'd may ho obtained at ihe l~atitute
or with Mr. J. 8. Stewart'. Mrs. Roajefough
or Mr. J. M. Elliott..
William G. Whilden & Co~,
HIAYDEK & WIIILDEN,
DEA.LER. J -
Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware
CROCKERLY, ChINA, GLA88 WAR',
and House Fafalshing AftICIes,.
Old Gold and Silve.r purchased. Watches andi
266 EK:NG'-s?T, OTIn N' t fr DEA UFA IN5
OHARL.ESTON, 8. C.
AT WIISE1ALE, NS, il 1IAYE STREET'
WM. 0. WHILDUW, s. TttoMAU, JR.,
Wo 7 if'W. b, LANNRAU. .
AL tpersons having ibmatids against the
?Rest ate of Dre wl-y Goze, deceased, Will
render in the same properly *authentloated
to, the undo -siglid at his otRoe In Wis.
bore. HI. A.-OAILLARD), Adar'r
nov 1-t9x8 and C E. . D.
I w%ll sell, at .antion before the / (qt
2 HoWJse Wkt unnboro on Ttfonday 8dof
D~eOember nett., ~yplantittlo situated o'la
mfiet south of Wlnmtboro cont ati~ S
bores--of dhiOh 220 aruI
. pbe uf 4n o
FARM FOR SALE,
TIS FAR" isituated on
the road leading from
Winnsboro to Camden, one
and a half niles from the fdrmer place.
eighty or ninety of which are in original
woods. The land for the most part lies
well and is susceptible of great. improve.
ment. On the premises are a comfortable
I)welling House with all necessary out.
buildings: an orchard of choice young fruit
trees, and is well watered,. i'Ie place is
eminently healthful. an4 is altogether a
most desirable situation.
For price and other particulars apply to
J. M. Rutland, Esq., Winntboro, or to Mr.
R. M. DuBose, on the premises.
cGOOD] NTJWS !
JUST received. Hunting and Open Faced
Silver WATCIhES. Also Black Silk
Uuards and Fancy Vest Chains.
Just received, a lot of tine Jewelry.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired in
workman-like manner and warranted for
nov 1i5-Im CII ARLES MULLE L.t
6O PAIRS Whole Stock Brogans,
) 00 pairs Split U. B. Brogans,
80 pairs L. & 11. Brogans.
00 pairs Boys and Misses Shoes,
' es lleavy Boots,
20 prs gents Calf Shoes,
I.s#es Calf and Kid Walking Shoesy
Ladies Glove Kid Shoes,
LADD BRO & 000
23A.Ts I -E.A.Ts I I
2 DOZ. GENTS RESORTE HATS,
2 dos. Gents Ricull IIats,
2 dos. Gents Planters Hats,
4 dos. Gents Iermy Wool iats,
Boys Hata and Caps,
SAfDDBlRI8 & CO .
ILL be sold at pr,vate sale two good
W MULES. For information apply to
H. A. GAILLARD.
TO RENT 01 LY&ASi .
rpWO Hundrel Acres of Land lying four
L miles below Rocky Mount Ferry orr
Catawba River. There are thirty acres of
good Creek bottom and'about'the same of
hill land cleared which is No. 1 Cotton Landt
Permission will be given to clear more land
if it is desired. For terms &c., apply to
the subscriber at his residence four miles
from Rocky lount.
J. C. CALDWELL.
nov 28-x1 m
TO RENT F OR NEXT YEAR.
T TE STORE now ocoubied by Dubose
Eglesron & Co., also convenient, and
comfortable apartmonts in Winnsboro Hotel,
withs stable room and garden if desired.
nov 10 .- 0. II. MoMASTER.
T HiE FA RM lying one :aile below town,
and the 110U8Sl now occupied by R1ev.
A. 0. Stacy, possession of house to be given
1st December. 0. ii. MoMASTERI,
Ex'r. Estate J.: MoMaster.
Win. E. Aiken, and IPetitfo1 to
Agttstus Md. Aiken,
A dm'rs Est. of -I,. brretnate Testi
David Alken, deu'd. J! mnony,
rpujE Petitioner in the above .stated aps
plition, having filed their perftion to
perpetunte testimony of a -settlement -had
on 22d Februtry, 1881, between the heirs
at law of David Aiken, dece'ased, and of a
division and partition of the real estate' of
said deceased' 13 tle said heirs.'
It is ordercd, on mptdo'n of Mr. Rioni So.
lioltor for the Petitiotuers, thst, 'in pursa.
wnne of t he Act of the' Genera1 A*semBly in
sucir case' made and -provided, all' persons
interested in- thio above stated 'saters 'do
'a ppear at, this office.three' aionthiw* th#
dhte hereof, to exeamibeth evlth~at,
may' fl producedi, and'produce etldenoeliu'
nply. U. A. 04II.A1)
. mmiseiise's Oillee,
22d Nov., 18681.
~ EEB. months site' 'deh.' tfgion
- willbe ina4e to the Obt ,bouth
mm anitronin 'omnant b at. u
IMPORTING & MANUFA
Wholesale Druggists' and
Dealers in Drugs Chemicals, Per!
NO. 838 KING STREET,
N. A. PRATT, L. W. W1
Chemirt to late C. 3. Natre and Mining Bureau
LO I of the above for sale in lots to stilt
PAINTS, OILS, &c.,
Just received from Philadelphia.
10 kegs Pure White Lead, different brands,
1 barrel Linseed Oil,. (r48ned,)
16 boxes 11 indow Glass, 8.10, 10x12, 12x
100 lbs. Putty,
Paint Brushes, assorted sizes,
2 barrels, Lamp Chimneys-Nos. 1, 2, 3,
Cases Concentrated Lye.
Barrels Northern Irish Potatoes, Apples,
White Onions and New Hulled Buckwheat.
For sale low by
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.
nov 10-tf No. 2, Hotel Range.
DOWN WITH THE
W1!! are new receiving and will constant.
T ly receive a general assortment of
GROCERIE, HARDWARE, &o., which we
will dispose of for CASH-at very low
prices. Cotton. Wheat, Corn, Pea:, Wool
and almost anything raised in the country
taken at market prices In settlement for.
6000 lbs. Baltimore Bacon Sides,
10.000 lbe. Extra Ohio Flour,
Bis! 'els 1 and 2 Mackerel,
Laid, Cheese, Tea's!
legar'r Mielasses. Cofl%ei &c.
Mill, Cross Out apd Hand Saws,
Coffee Mille, Wire Sives, Nails,
Curry Conlbs, Morse Drumshesi
Axes, Shovels,- Spades,
Co ton and Wool t arde,
Steck,. Padibolis, &c.
lrn and Crockery Ware,
Shoes, lats Bhgging and' Rope,
'Wooden Ware, Seed Wheat,
Corn, Peas, &o. At
n 'ATHICART,& MATTIEWS'. :
NEW GOODS UI.
THE subscribers invite sttentiow to theie
containing the usual variety of.
-Ready Made4 Clothing,'
.Kentucky Jeans ;
N'ats, Shoes and Boots ;
- - Medicines and
. Wooden Ware..
Out terms are .Cash and we bope to se
cure a liberal patronage bysligatsml
KETCHIN, MoMA8TER & Co.
.Oct 18-if Hotel ange.
SADLES, HARNESS, &c.
T HE subscriber has ona handz and
8ADDLB8, liARN ,and BU,Wof
ARdesori tows, and' every avt'14 in hits
line of bee material. Also, GIN
5A$D o(evewy'shse. Reparfags done with'
w li be oo and
'inuery and Briggists Sundries,
CIIARLESTON, S. C.
LSON, P. B. WILSON,
Chemist to late C. 6. Ord. Dpt.
Ii GOOD8 ! E W G0DS!I
A SECOND' SUPPLY OF
ITB:W GC-OOS !
UONSISTFNI in part of
[eady Made Clothing. Blankets. Shtttny,
Half and All Wool Delatnes, Ilbck Ihou
bazines and Alp'tccas, Black and
Colored French and English
Merinoes. Rock Island
Jeans and Cassimeres,
French and Eu.
rweeds and Sattinets, Flannels. (whit a, rei'l
and colored,) Boots. Shoes, Hats, Caps
and Fancy Articles. "
Bagging, Roping, Sugar, Coffee, Flour,
A general ast.ortti.dt of lardware always
n hand. All of which can be bourht. very
ow. THOMPSON, 11'lTIl lIs, & Co.
A LL persons having claims against the'
Estate of J. P. Ilutchison, deceased,
will render in the sane properly authenti
uited to the untdertigno;l at his olice in
1Winnsboro. 11. A. (I I.LAItD,
nov 16-t9x2 Adn'r and C. E. F. D.
BELTING ! BELTING!.
INDIA RUBBER BELTING, all sixcs
Old Anchor Brands, No. :1, to No. 10, for
ale low by
FISIER & LO)WRANCE,
nov 0-2w Columbia, S. C.
a. W. WILLIAMS& 00.,
CHiRCH ST., CIAIRLESTON, S. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
COMMISSION MI RCflANTS,
f,iberal ashi ad'vances will be made on Cot -
ou consigned to cither house.
JOHN C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
At he Sign of the Golden Pad Lock,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
flmporter and Dealr' ill Enigli aunF
HARDWARE & eUTLERY,
TRlON, ST EIL,
l'SDfA' RUBDER. AND LEATHER BlELTI.W,
and Tanners' Tools,
Fuarnishing Ilardw are
AGRICULTURA L IMPLIMENTS
Plaster, Paints, Oitk.
Frenoh and American.
Powder, Shot, &c.,
Sohedu4e over the South Carolina R, R.
GENER AL SUP'-rs OFFICE,
. O&ARUEELTON., S. C., Nov. 3.
'N and after Wednesday. November 7th th,e
.Passenger Trains of this road will run-~
he followig gehodb1o:
beawe Cmhalon, ' 8.00'a m
A'rrve at, Uolnmbla; 6 .20 p in
CeavOolumnbia, . u60 a m
Ar5ive at Oharl*Mon ,- 4.4gp. m,
.TttROtfft SNAIL TRASiK
[Gea,e Auepsta,. 5.40 p
Arrlye atIRiggville .~'m
&rrive .at Olumbla -8.0 b&
Leav* Colutnbli 2.00'p.
in *4 slo340