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was commenced
at No. 135 .Meeti?
next, a larqe and
r to by himself in t
-mportd D 1 nr to this Port.
He Particularly invites attention to
.[lo)s as being one of the mos
Comprising an assortment of
Plain and Figured Black, Fancy-cob.
SILKS; 0
1 REGES, GRENADINES, ALBA
.!tch and Scotch GINGHAMS. &<
A very full stock of new style BONN
GLOVES of every description;
A large variety of SHAWLS, adapi
HOSIERY-Silk and Cotton-in grei
A large stock of Silk, Mohair, Cottor
Possessing facilities for purchasin
fidently invites a comparison with any
lie will have, in addition, a full su
A call from his friends, and dealers
Dec 5
Sale of Valuable
REAL ESTATE,
V. Billfr Partion.
Anna C. Clark, ct. al.
[N pursuaneo of nn order or thw Cou.
. mado in the above stated case, I will -w
mn front of the Couart House in %% innbioro. o
fihe ceond Monday in Juinnary niext. all ill
Real Estat of Caleb Clark. deceased, whic
lies in tlho District of Fairfield, composed I
the HOUSE and LOT upon which the dt
co:sped resided in lis lire timge, andi severi
fther eligiblo Lots bititoC in the TOwn C
Wmns* oro.
Alpo, all the right tithi and interest of Psai
cetato (heing one moiely thereif,) in und 1
certain I.-,u-c and Lot in the'l owni of Wino.
lioro, which formerly belonged to Jarnes Elde
kioen and dcsignnted in tle plani of sai
lown by n binler 4!); together witlh a tract c
Lind lying south of and adjoiiiing said Towt
containinig in the whole about cight hundre
und eighty.one acres, a portion of wiil
hving along the westerni sidte to the piibli
Hoad from Wi nnsboro to Columbia. ias bec
laid ofi' into Lots correspond ing with lhe pia
o'f the Town of W inosboro. anid the bulaice o
the tract divided into aich pieces or parcels a
Ia supposed would best stit lurcluseis.
-ro ha been executed full and complet
ar 9f said lotr ind parcels of land, whicl
lerso:nai mty office, and will be exhibited t
betweenU'-rehted who may call at any tim
I will ahqnd the day of sale.
' c third A164 at Chster Court lonso,or
d 'gallon or tr t el'sttnry n-xt, all tha
frod ) llvaid Cat Iund which was purcha.
0r, o e ntC,, Clark. in his life time
as a .trir by te , situate in Clicstei
c 3 I trct, bIulof land, known
drled andl and oticra, and Yen t ds or D. G
Tnd ? itip -.. orl'"'nfxi !4ur J1n
'Allrl defray the costs of suit and ex.
PS.I IfnI. 0A~ da ofr
e tie balance a crelit of onel and two years.
in two tqul annual instalments with intercal
from the day of sale, payablo annnully. Pur
chasers required to give bond manl good per
sonal accerity with a mortgage of the prcin.
iscs and to pay for nccessary papers.
C. E. F. D.
Commissioner's Office,
Dec. 18th, 1850.
Dee 19 44 r7--hGt
EDUCATION.
Mount Zion Collegiate Institute
J W. t!UDSON. President ; l1ev. C
F. Dansemar, A. U.; Mr. Thoman Me
('ant.., A. B.; Mr. J. R. Schorb, A. B; Mr
James I. Rion. A. U.; Mona. heonri flarriass
Proferseor of thit,French.
The exercises of this Inst itution will be rc
aumed on the 271h of January nIxt.
7 ~ Bearding anid Tuition per sesuion 5
mmnths, : : : : 687 5(
Or if paid in advanc, : : : 75 (
For further p;rtinnlrs, apily to
J. W HUDON.Esq , Winnsboro.
Dec 31 46 h.tf.
ROME MANUFACTURE I
. cl& TO THlE CITIZENS OF FAIR
FIELD, CIf ESTER, YORK,
NORTH .CAROLINA AND
THlE REST OF
MANKIND. 2J
SThe Subreriber has now
on hand and ia constantly
Mvnufocturinig. Quilted,. bhuftoi cnd plain
SADDLEs; Bridjlcs, Murtingales, &c.
A tAso,
Carriage. DHtggy, Carysll andl WVnon lHAR.
NESS8; all of which, are warr.utaed and will
bo sold as low us te same qutality can be
purchased here or olaen beoro.
M. CHIANDLER.
IIT Keeping fromn six to eight good weirk.
men steadily engaged, I atn at all times ftully
prepa red to uenake or repair any article made of
leather. Give me a call. 31. 0.
Dee 1 60'
Head Quarters, 25th Reg't,
S. c. 1ar.
REOIMENTAL ORDER, NO. 9. i
A __EI EN ALCourt Mfartial, Io
conlsist of
Davis, WV. Davis, Watas; Lients. R. J. Glad.
unev, L. W. Duivall, 3. RI. Durhamn, Samil. Ar.
Iedge, L. Boulware, Satmt. La-whorai as M.l.
bora.
.Judge Advocate, WV. A Moore.
Will conveneo itn the Ceitra Hlonis, iin Witnst
born, on thmo third Mouidoy In Febrtnue nexl,
at 12o'eliuek ., forIhto trialofa iIsuechdefaul.
tersas may be brontalt before the Court.
Bly order Col. Ww. Mooat:, Comn'g. 25th
Rleg t.8. C. M.
.G.R ANDOLP'H, Adji,
Jan 1 ribS:
toSal.
elit[ atjI0 pulie nueltn en
e 23d day of Jainnery
1I i reouche, I
time a r a thy~ same
Wimse , ws Men,
be hire.l until th lII
upon the maanal tc
,lhe ol 9 mont . I or *of
sIng the sebaseS rs5 sequ.
soonrit, i~ iv i tngjood
th Eis l ad decea .'f
J. S.STEWA RT.
0. F.<D.
PORTATION.
RLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
November, 1850.
the Importing and Wholesale Dry
g-street, wkere he will cpen, by about the
very complete Stock of rohnigx
Pe markets of .E'ngland and France, and
his Stock of 3L p g
,t extensive ever ofcred n this Market
ired Figured, Foulard, Glace, and Chene
RINES;
-, of the latest and newest styles;
ET RIBBONS;
ed to the Spring and Summer trade;
t variety ;
and Thread EDGINGS and LACES.
K on the most favorable terms, he con
Market in the United States.
pply of American Mnnufactured Goods.
generally, is respectiully solicited.
JAMES B. BETTS.
42 3m
NEW GOODS.
W l?' would invite attention to our
slock or Goiods. now opcninr consist.
ing in part of FANCY DRY GOODS:
Fancy ltrilted D RES ILKS, fancy Broca do
do.. ll:ack eo.. Apron do.
Fancy ,,ilk Popin, fancy colored Alpacca, solid
c-olored do.
''uncy polaid GinEham, so1lid colored do.
n Printed luslin do Luine, ,olid do., fancy do.
ieuey Prints, very (henp, Furnituro do.
Swiss, India, Mull, Jacconct and Checked
\ sllin
Fignred and plain lli-b;nct
Emi-roidered Liace Capes
f Frenmch Wrked Collanr. and Ciemisetts
d Swis Edgiig and in1'wstinegs, J.Aconet do.
'hread an~d Lislo Biligig
Ladie, silk. Kid a- d Worsted Gloves
Liveorn iniria lidkfr.. silk do.
llbached anid browi Domestics
iTable. Linen, Coettoun Diaper, Irish Linens
I Plid Shauwls, Plaid Linseye
Fancy neck and Belt Ribbons, &c.
I10 S 11?1 R Y,
CUT IXtY.
Fine Pucket und Tuble, Cutlery.
STATIoNA1aV.
f Leiter. Cap and Noo Paper
SEivelopes. Blunk Books, Lok, i ens, &c.
- If ATS.
3 Fine black leaver, tle silk and Wool Hats,
Caps, &c.
CACKERY, cHtINA AND GLAsSWARE.
A large Slock of Grocearle,
BAGGING, ROPE AND TIVJNE,
Wiicl will be sold iw for cash, or lrod'aco.
RAIKLEY & STEWMAN.
Oct 31 21 r-tI
LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Ofice Januar 1, 1851.
lBrown, Mrs. Elisth. r.
Baird, J. R. aurns, .Mtse raice a
C.
Carson, Win. Crankfield, Allen
D.
Dunn, Thomas, 2
Fogg, M. 13.
C.
Glidney, Hugh Y. 2 Griffin, Mrs. Ann
Gibson, Emitt
[loon, Win. Harden, Mrs. Martha
Harrison, Edward 3 Harrison, James
Ilolliday. Columbus Jlcmpsler. Henry
linghsJ. II. 2 (laallut, Mis Susan
lughs, A. H.
Killian, Mr. Kco, lies Rebecca A.
Kersi, Dr. Wim.
Lewter, Franklin Lancaster, Judge Do
Leventharp, Josiah Lewis, James
Marlin, Jto. A. ModnalJ .
iYH.
.~lJ~o, ag. Mearen, Mr.Varth
*~lo ruw, Iaismi loarris. James
3~ li"'aoe Men~e J 'h'au, iss Susa
K'.
NKew, Mis SRrbeccrsA
0.
O~d~a~, La ncae, Judg. D
p.
Perry, JaMendenhiake , J.s .
Pugd, ai.n
M.
Stth Presns Mcharle, W .
Mac~aie, Mrtha J. nMadr- en .
T.
Nurner, SrIh Mrs .hmsJh
w.
Io~dam, J, Oihnes, J. NI
Perryto, Jul D.lat l'ik, DaidsM
Rwe, Wasthin tn lRibers, v J. .2
Stih, Peo schwaEr, PotL.tr
Ture Sam ett t. Thompon,~ Jiohta
Wons ~ohka~ n tWihllot, nd . ut
Carolin, Malroa Co eiany Datit or
telthls o,. illarson the Cls
Jil reqliNe toM Ac pai Ea R, Post of Ooer
Janay an9 h con'no t47 irsf
Mac eetvind tioth Sutuhi Conthna
pat ocholders h Cht sios an ot
tharoliner ofailoa Compan t, proatr the Enu.
tenftIsamn RofaiD, ir o h ra
w JlberOqrdHN b i A, n th) e sfras o 0
havingrch;nan d hoSotenhiso rethe'first o -
arh ext-ed witut unfctualsfieny ondh
pmdartef, thei ptchles, calt his moffloefor
whh ther fhe Clomnly e ron ihn ~n. '
biond afrs tht k r incesry oto boitun b n
ateie ofath Rothnad. to hek~~swl
Aievt m r gular A dAnea hi LEY, dTr as eo
DtteiENstTed, ~ e
P hans vefrineg tohagedt him renrdeIeo so h
Ciwl fn aoluna Cnormt hos fri e and
puwtrnsgtat &alloth'5 Dreuig hr, aisets
which lieh wid ol he~ s foun in Winn. w
borothefirteki ubeery malsyl, beginin
bt . se . lothishr old skn wher
wivn hargla ro ltendant ce is orld eoe
en perons prfeng call onp hm int Col'e,
Dsp Ii gt . Mie's Dtrug mSouu, tp sais
M.4h Weno cunyhadso g
The subeober issS.s i
.rn te an tdo -s B
R RIAQ8, 1f s
PosaivE SALE
OF A 0FALUABLE
COTTOWPLANTATION,
Pae A raMEa GANG OF
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY
NEGRLOES.
T HIE Subscribers will alfor at public
sale, on Tuedeys, tihe 28th of Jatnuary,
1851, on tie Plantwamn in Newberry District,
two mniles from LrnglCane, mand nine uiles from
Newberry court Moyw, -
160 Prinae Negroes,
Consisting of Algn, Boyn, Girls, Wo-en, and
Childro: amor whomn are several good ame.
chanics and an excqlent driver. Thio No.
groom are accustcyned to time cultivation of corn
and coton, unl 4nre probably tlhe best cang
that hall cver bqev offlered fur sule in this State.
I ALSO,
40 lergo yot g and welibroko MULES.
Five good nr.iorse Wag-mnm, with com.
plete otts a riarness, Corn. Fodder. Bacon,
Gattle, Plantation tciedie, Blacksmmi Tools,
&,c.
,ALSO
ie PiinmtmL. conti'atiir of about 2,400
acres, enmbracatiFm. distinct adjoiming tracts
of fime beat ctfn land in mhis latte. The
location ias b< nt reimmarkablo for its cntire ex
emption fron ploenmic disutle for tho hast
three years, at is situated withi nmimno miles
of tihe Depot the Nowborry Railroad. A
large portion i tie land las been recently
cloared, sand ia whmae Planiation is It fire't
ral ord- r for . nting aeroi.
It will le sul ith-or fin ome entiro body, or
divide Ili suit purchasers. ie Plantation
can Co eximinel mat any time previonmas t tle
sale by applyin:i to Mr. Walker, whmo resides
ip.n time premias.
Tersn.--For the Land :one.sixth cash will
be reqmired; tme alance inm five aqmal annual
imnsalments, wit intorest from tie day orale;
.to line ecured b) end amnd anmrtgago, and up
proved ieriornmial ibecumrity if required. The
No grams will 'e old on a credit of one and
two years., with I crea from the dny of sale;
to beo secured bi hoind and aupproved persona,
security. The joat of tlis male is to effect a
divion of into to; it will therefore be p'si.
lave and withou anly muaer of Peaeovea, nnd
will bm contisoU -fmnm day to dav, until the
whole prinpray I disposed of. Titles unques
tLonab:e.
J. 11. ULl.
W. WAL-KER.
83, The Nea rrv. Hlamburg. L:mom asville,
Spatahrmimmmri. V kvile. Clheaterville. Wimnns
boro, Pnd Camd' Impars will give three week
ly imasertios, amm orwaind the mr meomumts. with
mine ciloy of ipayi to Mesmario. A len & PIsillii,
Coinoma, 4. C.
J.mm 6 74 13-,3
Mt Wanted
TO nc na 'I mvm Imtm Autns. f'.- tie
Voyage Rm1 ad the \Vor;d. or time Unsimei
Slaes Squjdro tmmndier Commdor t;. C.
Re.l, illntimrate it hegravlgm. A number
of emterpripim i intullgent inem, (of .good
characmer. are o ed proinitub'e mmployent inm
circulating by a cripitmnm. tie abovo valmUumel
and itnterestut ik imn 1'airfield Dimrict atmmd
othrr Districts mo State of aSouth Carolin.
'lhe ermms, a ich are very liberal, will he
givenm om iapi lion to t!me stbserber, tpst
paea. l'lis wit will not be *oid in lite boa1ok
stores, but c.-l ely by Agents, at roavpnabic
and uniform jar'
[I'. -AIANSFIELD,
amkoteller and Publimaher,
.11 New Hiavenm, Coincoticut.
T H u nrr ment of miking t wo trim
on Wed yi, as heretofore, is disconi.
timuod from alter this dato.
hi. M. -T'IOCKT'ON,
93Chief Engincer.
Nam 19 37 r-tf
I 'l ShoesJ I
Ju eclved at R. S. BAILEY'S
New , a fine lot of Ladmo's best
Wail SHOEs, Philadelphia made
half Gaiters Kid. Black and Whito Kid
slippers; A beat HOOTS.
* Aso,
A large f Cildren's 8fI10Es, Black,
Fancv a. nd erod.'
|'Thmome tih ism gamod andl neat artinles will
do well-to
11. S. BI L EY.
S6pt. 19 31 m f
PUBILI AT OOLUIIA, S. C., i'
.RON &1 CAR~i8E.
C. AR.LIBz4, Editor,
Roceiv ynToalegraph and Express, thec
latest int eane, Conmmnrcia, Political and -
D..ily r46 hmeranmum; Trri-wveeki 63.
Nmw 1. 1 34 r-.f
N1'SBORO
cDepository,
thme mgeat Qttarriea In tlg,.adtim
a -tm . . titiful Oranige dast can bae
,ou... Wi , io as prepasred to out for .
'.smndm fboo 5' any other aervico to whalehm
Rlook bu pplicd, at reasonable price.
~Jum47 .
onts j
* R . e is 0nsamatly Vie.
l0g LeLAjt , out of th'e beat ame. tm
tori d hit a spostdtrable malner, pu1
J 47 tf. sl
r~t melS~~~'onmg, ewith*mC
fi. ul be de eau be ugt c-e
fe y m~ t) 4 ~ V . U R R ~ i k
Stenlo Qao to~ e
for
*tipo
det
I. Bak m other.. and
fla mmfird~ .jf to Catmars
e. Iin the. shoee;taled essa,
~ ~ k Unmn t ,oi wn the firet .._
'7 aneuD. 41- hat vakrable
-y ue f LN M5 -emtaiaing S
ifre. a4Ay O4,,',.,-aore or. kam,
Oh ae~ omsalloke-Ur.ask
ma 4, Ilob. Letto ,Jmmal. ~m~aj
a Jb, Poewell ad e
iefuueepe l ot.ele. 'a
Sas e~~ a pa){ a y
*t rli soon
4ay >aad~e
heat'
FRSH IMPORTATION.
FAMILY STORE
AND
COTTON REPOSETORT.
Is now fully suipplied with
every thing for Famnily aid
Plantation nae, which are
usus younid in similar Establishmenta; And
as the Rail Road in now in full operation be.
tween tisa and the Charleston naarkets, his
friends throughout thi and adjoining Dis.
trials may have their waists supplied at the
shortest isetice.
As lso, stubscriber ins selected his present
stock of Groceries, Wines, Lignors, &a. &a.,
which he oflers to the public, with a strict ro.
gard to quality and econony, he solicits in.
pections and pAtronago.
Ts fullowing comprise a portion of what
hasjust been soined, viz:
Choice SUGARS and Coffbe,
TEA. Rie. Wrst India snd N. 0. Mlolasses,
I3UCK WHEAT and Rice Flour,
HACON, Lard, Catedles, Pickles
OIL. Glasss und Paest,
SOAP, Starch amid Tobacco,
BAGGING, Bs"ing Rope and Twhic, '
Choice Fntmily Bialtimsorc Sugar Cored liais
livsd Sides,
SALT, Powder and Shot,
-ALSO
A find article of PORT1'R,
-AND,
Soine or she lnst Liquors and Winev
ever iisportcd in ths country.
purchasers are requested to call and ex.
aeinino fur tlemselves, and be assured that
Gooda coan be oblainscd at us low prices in this
mourket us they can be obtaiecd this side of
Chsarieston.
. X. JONES.
u' The susbscriber is also hpelpared it) lour.
chsts Cotton and asy other coustry pro
dsce.
0. S. J.
Dec 28 08 1asso.
tE" The Ymjskvillo Nliscellany and Chester
Stanidard, willcpsjy for three nectks and forward
bill tor set lce it.
Administrators Notice.
A LL p-rsous ksv isg i-tmi.i, agim
the Estato of Margstret Gl:d.ey, dee'd
will picau lumd thess isn dl% atiested. on or
hofstr. tie lst %larch iexi ; said those indebt.
d :Ire re questid to come forward aid sake
settlemeni.
J. I. EVANS, Adiniostrator.
Jan 9 47 2'.
Notice.
,STRAYED uom Iih,- subscrilbur oi
Friday eveninsg Isis' l3th inst., a large
diark colored narso J ULE. aboit seven ye ra
sold, it assay ie tat shiso a asuking iar way ois the
couantry as I biotught her frosts a Ktnstuskiast
about three months ago. Atsy iiformnation
concerning the said ssmn!o will ho thsankfully
received and handsonitly rvwarded for the
sain0.
JAMES KERR.
Dee 25 45 eow-4t.
State of South Carolina.
FAIRFIELD DISTRICT.
In like Court of Ordinary.
By J. S. STEWART, Es8q., Ordinary of
~~a irfaird a )paf.mn""
Ietratlon, rbonisnon, on all and sisigular hlia
goxids and chattels, riuhias aid credits of Arthur
McGraw, late of the District aforesaid, de.
ceased :
These are therefore to cito aid admaonish all
aid singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said decoesed, to be and appear'i oore me, at
our next Ordinart's Court for the said District,
to be holden at Fairfield Court louse, on Ise
seventeenth day of January. iumatast to shew
cause, if any, wly tho'said Adminsistration
ahould not be granted.
Given under sssy hand and seul, this second
day of Januiary, in the year of our
Losrd one thousand eight hundred and
-fly.onso, snd in the sovensty-fifth year tof
American Independence.
J S. STEWART, [a....]
0. F. D.
Jan. 9 47 21.
State of South Carolina.
Fairfield District.
IN THEK COURT ('F ORDINARY.
By J. 8. S TE W A RT, Eeq., Ordinary of
Fairfeld District,
1HERE~AS JANE GLADNEY
and JOSEPil iI. EVANS have ap.
plied to nme fosr Letrer. of Adripinstralien, on
all and ensegular thse goods and chattels, rights
and credits of Josepsh Gladncy, late of thea
disrict aforesaid, deccused.
Thsec are thercforo to citc and adsorilah all
said singuslar, Ilic kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and aefisre moi, at
ur next Ordinary's Crur g istriptt
to tits holdens at l'asirfleld
l7ths day of January, in "'
any, whty the staid ainitsi
gra nted.W
Given unider my hand siad a rat
day of January in tho year of our Loard
one thousanmd eighst hsundred amid faity.onse,
amid in the sevent-fi ycar of Amnericass
Indefenldesnce.
J. s. STEW AR T, it,. ,,.)
0O. F. D
47 2t.
*ooived,
:.ssmnt nF Rosck Ilid,
4talER.4, and JEANS, a
ecry super ur artiole for Gets and. Youths
r thmseles, s te annujt fail to bo plsead
queihty anid prmue.,
IJARKCLEY & STE~ViIAN,
$sept 26 39 if.
SL A RGE uhssaertms.-n of FRUIT
TREES, Grape Cntting., Straiwberry
iants and O..ge Orasge Trees. A eatalsigua
say be seen at the taoro saf
Jan7 d -' r2-hg
#fotices
TRA TED iranm the 'eaalde-nr, 'frihe
subsrber on theo 28th talt,, a bleek hse 4
atl esam'., white in his face and en eane or |
or. of his feet and lams mmewhast up in years,.
mey p-ramsr tsskan up said lens and taking
re of lain. wihi rWarded for te, J
d any information eecernihng hii. de~.
the sohbsenber a' Chster Court iiu il
lhankfoll recived., sI .
6prl ' ..
wx eoTaat
prrlt afss seoss
Sheriffs' Sales.
Y Vi rtunofiiiSutnd rvenxtcgmtionst to ie
-direced, I willoffir for sale tit Fnairfield
Court Ioltie, on the tirot Mi ONDAV. a nd the
(lay following, in February, next, witlain tie
legal hours of sale, ta thel higlict bidder, for
caml; the following property. Purchasets to
pay for titles.
One tract of 598 acres of land in Fairfield
District, adjoining lands of Dani. flil, A. F.
Lumpkin, 3. E. Caldwell stndl othere, to bo
re-sold at tIle risk of the furmimer puirchaser, W.
H'. Ialt, at the suit oi A. D. Johnstut and
wife, Wmi. ifltl und wife. cf. il.
It. C. WOODWAItI,
Slierff'sOffie'S. F. 1).
'4herifi's Office.
Jun. 13, 1851.
Jan. 14 hI 41.
Sheriffs Sale
OF RUNAWAY SLAVE.
B Y ittitn ity of theo ne a of the Gene.
ral Asoembliy of the stait of sointih Ga.
rnia in such cnes imadj and pivided ; I
will sell at publc out-cry oi the thirteenmth
(1311) day of February next, in front o lie
Court flous -, in Fairfield District, at 12 o'.
clock. .M.,
A runaway NEGRO Ml.ive. The said slave
was lodgcd in the j.til of Fairfielid Disiriet,-fn
tie mniit (91h) day of January, A. I). 1850,
and was advertmed as the law diruecs fir thw
space of twelve min eimP. ot o sinivo a i ,; ,
name is Charles, une tlat ie bel'onmga ti, JIm.
tiel Dozier, of Allimma. Charles is tehont
twentv-five years of age, amid i- of it dark
compeoxion, ubot 1 5 feut 8 or 10 incles high,
has a scur on his, ose miog r is u oc-t, tolerablu
stouti built, will weigh 150 or 16 pomids.
Teris of sale cush, and purister to pa
for title. 0
It. C. WOODWAlD,
S. F. D.
Jan 14 81 G6.
A Valuable Tract of Land
FOR SALE.
T H1 E BAPTIST 81tt. Cunvemion ai
itA late meeting h.mve resolvcd I,, Fetl
the LAND unit immtuovanients at tIme. F11 1:11n
mistitte. Oil the pre'mlases are two ettl.
ment each. having a coitmiedimes brick holume
(very good) and necessary out hiildingts, and
tomr besuty of si:untion and health. iti excel.
led in the tip cietiutry. It is Ir..uctiee land,
situ )tel in twenit.cight mniles of the T'1)wn of
Coilonibia, lmre' mies I \Vintraboro, an4d twe
miles of tihi Rail Itond. Thu tract of land
coetins over 550 acics; und wil b. divid
ed to suit minrch.m-ra if d,-sired, or stohe in oie
tedy. it is off ret tit privat.' sale! tatii the
first Mloeday i Febre,.,rv Iext, aid if ntm
diifosLI of b that iime, will he scold t fhe
hig.icst idder at W'mintaope, oi a credit of
tel quial anmlnin .,tu e-t nt iml interept 1trom
th diato-ex....pI otnen limnih of theil purchat
mnioney teo tie paid itl c.-h.
I will tie o tie letco occusionally it the
limtlih of Januar y.
Address L~u'evns Coeil Ilins'.
Hi. W. FuAyLA,
A goiot for .s. 11. V.
De 2t 63 r31-i,6t
Notice.
R UN AW A Y ireim ite subscriber
ieveral moothIs ssinen, while in the Sae
of G'orgia, his fellow lJAV. 8aid L'vi is six
feet amd ill d m iuight, stout, well proior.
ticned, and a it lt ago oft l'entyeilht ieiirs.
lie wais ral a the late mtciard Gla'nicy,
near Ja im reek, -'airfield District, mnd
Pertion ljj~0 ing meIdI&I v0,w, i
it) unill ai m Ihi State. aread g ivimeg imfitraia
tin ot) tea m li to the edetorof time Fairfield
Ield, shall re cive a rwasrd of Fifi v ) allars.
ALCXANDEIt11U I1ys
E* The Che-stev - tandard will cop tile
limes and forward bill tomlhis of~ee.
Nov. 14 39 I.
State or South-Carolina.
Fairfild Disrget.g.
IN THB COl'RT OF ORDINARY.
Pnr NATIIANIS. . ItD, n,.
TJiERljAS certain caue s hnve
. been shewn to me by times G. Ford,
y Is petition filed in mI' oilee onl tie 12th
ay of November. instant, making it necemir
liat Nathaniel Ford, Jr., Adminislrator e r
?"is lon) of the goods and chattels of Jaines
od dcasa du be requested to acount before o
1r fr hs actiags anmd doeings as A thiniiistre.
barul oni il of said estale.
You, 111e said Nathaniel Feord, Jr., aere there. R
re retlestedi to appear at Fairfield Court N~
Fouse*, in the Ordary's Ofie, on Fu ida'y, the Mi
41day of F't bmutiry mmexl, in order 1o reimder M1
truo imccennlt upion the said estate, anld shmow M
tia if aer oud cn ilm te rntdprayer of the ~
G iven' undter mny ha nd alid seal this 12th day N
of November, Ae D. 150. e
J. 8. STFA~VAwrt, t.. a.
Nov.1I4 30 13t Is
Notice,
Fa
Fu
'1W late firm oCUIJRY &-1 [IL 5V
avng betn dissolved by miutual oonsent,
udnsigsed would respoetfully inform tim ant
getonranlythili can be found at his old a ni
Pq be0 surpassed. eit her ftorthm or South, asmbe
rates. IxaisstLY MoIJgtAT. of'
r0'as conistitntly initi enS *plofsent, lte
betmechianmes. in erery departmtet, aygd
tis mimsli t a tever exor (n to gie
e feels very gtatefuml to a gnrU ub
iamt patronsage, n opst :ti1,..eri a on GE
v unid urge tponm those wlit wab 60In
edt ieftm ha niegesnty of an early
ate ofSouth Carolina, o,
P e ila id n tij to il
pm~ s beent (ratc and 'Mlhihj'..
*19 ef4 hit a reithsr*h
5mAA dea nsad headtu aui sai
nT4 o or re L t a -a of the
klah J 5 ot
UpwUard of Tleiv TIaotuanid
Colsnsumption can be Cured !
Ill. RlOGER': ;O.I POUN I) SYlCI'P ()
LIVERWORT AND TVA]
For the cure of Consuniption. and ill D)isco
of the Luvinge and livrait.
r HI GREAT IEE)Y hats 1
only mitde aliout incredible cumr, of ( '
sminmption, bit it Ireaks up i fit most diresoi
Congh, 'old, Paii in the lire'asi. flnod Astl
in a fvw hoiurs tite. We atiloirize mor A Len
iml ll Came" wlierc it d#4s nioot give ilimmtiri
relief. slnd the bottle in retiried, to celierfu
refund lie money.
We will v'ow usi tle Uflited etiliillv
exaramile thfe faceto boclow. uhIichl sulbstantfi.
lie merits of this great reimide. Futt- whi
are inconlrioveiril ud ienmnt he dnoied. \
refer YOU to life statents of well.koimm
Physiciatn fimnd h'rtfcssor. whIo have coiie i
ward and liave stibb~mubsaiuted these lacim. T
mot icreidilonait cut imialit Ie cnMi -d it
it has made cures wi re evcrythit se e
ra iled. 1
Exiracs from Cerlificales which c
be seen in full ty ca/ing ?pona I
Agents.
Mr. A. i. Scovll: laviig iieei aflie
with af moist distressing cough, tint il my 1u1
beciaine fl'ctd to nach a degice thai I u%
co Iinally spitting blood ; mid wiig under
enre o an aipyicianl, withiout obiil
ny relief, until I pnenred a botmtic of )r. I
ter' Liverwort ant Tar, which rttmorel mie
health in a very aliort tine. J. FINCII.
icinatii, Nov. 5, 1841.
A CliE AUKAllm' CUlRE OF CONSU \
TIION.
ir. Scovill: I wan tkeii wih a timos. d
tressing congh, tile) my Iimgs beem me mo
caeimd that I bled ini u shot limte seveinl quar
I wal re'dnemed so low that till my fr.ems, n
evi'n my PImysicia ns, thoimuglit 1 inuoist tic
Comiunimption ! My brmther hearing iof ithe
miuriuble eures made by Dr. Itwgei's .tw
wort arid Tar, piocured a bottle, and biefoir
had Iaken mie.lhalf of it, it im "W
the very Petit of lie disea'mse. I r medh a hat
quntitty of plilegmn mid imitter, amid ily em
was stoppm d as by a eliarmal. And by its umm
was restored to pem fre hiedltI I.
GAHflMEN, WHilTEII-E 'AD1.
Sworn to andim submmribed this 26thl day
Nov tmber, 1847.
if. E.". SI'ENCI':l1t,
.misyor of the City of Ciicimiai.
Extract from a letter from the Re
Heniry Wuieman.
Mr. A. Is. Scioill: As Dr. llozei,' I;-v<
v.imt utd i'ar ham betei tine me in of mmuclho
;my c'.tmompti Irmo a prem lire grave !
1 1 uindor tw *hi- nt miii ,t o gin' i , tiftuio
.it thiecircutlution o-f s-o vadloal.i.- it iwdivo. .
11 ENHlY W8. lAN
Patriot, Gul:ia Co., 0.. Dec. 23, T846.
From Dr. Wilson.
r lionteC ic'm thin fi mile% ihn mciani of m
W tIem-n f. r the inlt t wlve *es; duriig oi
limi, .Mrs. vistupimn hal he'en stidrimng frm,
distcumia.- li'ts. Anti 111 11l'y all tht 13mpltonm
it l'ti m-ar Conmlptm upeareld. A
the msial r medic failed. At this ittimc sI
romimm eed ung Dr. Inogers' livcrw..rt it
l'ur. It acted like a elmirm. lin a few di
mhe declared herself imearly well. I have i
loinlt of its virtucs, and wouldch eerfuilly r
iimitemmn it to pers-os illlicttd with discam
Patrint, Galli U;m., Oho^
0t- Price, $1 tier bottle, or six botiles (
ZScovIL & .Aliila, Not. 113 Charters.stree
ew.Orlens', generIl who'eale agemtia for It
outhelicrn States, to wt hon all orders mutl I
dreseid.
Sold by lo'll & Propsi, Winnboro S. C.
" "4 ttedy & Rift Chesterville.
mm ,6 Pratt & J"es. Nwberry . II.
4 66m A. Fitch, Columbia.
"or sale iy HIALL & tmOPs'I'
Altg 16 26 6Il
WINNSBORO
FEMALE INSTITUTE.
IE dutiea of this fit'mjtion will ( chie ..
thme hastt day of Octobter, mund hit reutmne
a time fitrst' Mfonmdy in Jmanury, 1851.
Mase. C. LADD, 1PmsNcwaL.
aV. G. W. BOGGS,
las M. B. HOLMES, Assisatant,
lea JANE FUYRGIIRSON,
tam MER B. HALL, uialDepartment,
r. R. SOR~ORB Professor of Ohemistry and
Philosophy.
r. HENRY HARRIS, Professor of Froec.
r. G. W LADD,Painting and Writing Depart.
mont.
'i'he courime will emmbraco every stumdy calcut
ed to give a thmoroutgh amid Ihulished educa
.erm. per' SceeoiI #1 pIme Ahil/.
coamt tIe. . -. 12 00
ir 15 00
nitor, 001
Jernm Lamigutgesi, - . - 10 00
Ornamntalin Depatrt'ment.
iWo oct Pi.:no or Guitar, - - 20 00
muof I'iano' - - . 1 (00
awinig and Palntinmg, - - It) 0
mioy Work, different kimndlm. enmoi 5 Q
el anmd use of Library, eaich . I 0)
rer ir mnonthm, iludmng light and
fe - - . . 7 5e
iuling por month* - - 1 00
I. will be acemn that in iddition to Mlim ialil
a comesm rcommended by P'romfm'orm lowiti'
I droburg, thie servicesi of Miss alary L.
I has also been MeoAdet,
tik (fill cot'ee front 6' e or thme first Itnmti
a in the Dhiriot of Columbmio, andt with the
ttmtigmaalm from, Atr. N. Caruaic, Prof.
lul In Wausington City.
et.-16 3 ri--htf.
ANTT, IIUFF & GANTT
FACTORS$ AND
fERAL COIMISSIONt AGENTS,
Accoemftdatiosa WIsrf,
CH ARL&8TON, 8. 0.,
ll reeive and meli all articles of PilQJ
-E, and gIve personal attetton toi tim
.~ofSuppllem fur Platercs whe, sota
rdi with despatch, Murobmam'iso -uao
100(VA y ggmpfy
. an ad sg
Xu~ O ed,
let NEhOuDIEAE
ON
6,1
Fo tr tile R~emioval aiid Permilueut Cure of oil
tlot NERVOUS DISEASES
Ai.] of those tComiluints which are caused by f
smmpiared. w eakened or uniealthy condition of tte -
N ICIVOUS SYSTE1M.
This belutiful and convenient applicationi of tl
m.teipous Powers of (IALVANISMl and NIAGNE'l'.
ISMl, has bren pnoumced by distin uilhod physi.
cians, both in Europe aid the UnliteI States, to be
ud tihe most vatuable mediciial discores y of the Age.
2 Dr. CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC BELT
sli.
MAGNETIC FLUII),
Is larm i with the most pemfect and certain success is
to mii caces of
(RNICItAL 01E I LITT
9trengthening tihe weakenedm body, giving tone to
the vrjons organs, and lntigurating the entito asytem.
Also in ITS, IstAN1P, I \ltAt SIS and Psl.i Y
DsPKP8IA or iNINOESTION, IlIEUMAATiBM,
ACUTE and CiltONIC, UOUT, EiPll.I:PSY, LUM.
IIAJO. D.AFNK, NERVOUS TREMORIS, PAL.
PITATION OF TillE IIEART, APOPIEXY, NFL'.
s. itAI.lIA, PAINS in time SIDF. and cimtyST, LImtFI M
'COMPi.AINT, SPINAl, COMPLAINT, and CUltVA
l'Ulti' of the SPINE, HIP COiPLAINT, DISEASES
ld of tie KIDNEYS, DFiFICIENCY OF NEIlVOUS and
th PHYSICAL, .NEIUJY, and all NERVOUS DIS.
*. EASES, which complaints aise from one simple
r. oume -namely,
A Dorangement of the Nervous System.
tim Q In NERVOUS COMPLAINTS. Drugs and
Tedicines imcrease the disease, for they weaken the
vital energies of the alread) prostrated system ; while
i nder the stremgtheningl - vitalizing influ.
I ence of oalvanism, an applied ty this beautiful and
wonderful discovery, the exhausted.pationt and weak.
ned autierer is restored to former health. strength,
elsIticity amid vigor.
o1 The great peculiarity and excellence of
Dr. Ohriste's Galvanio Ouratives,
consists, in the fect that they arrest and cure I
b, oitwiard application, in place of tihe usu
o drugging and ihysicking the putient, till ex
Nature sinks holelessly under the infliction.
he trengthen the whole systemu, eyialize the
eution of the blood, promote the secretionse, and nep
do thme slightest itiiiiy udr cicmaces8
tir introduction in the Un la't""ly t
years since, more than
r. 60,000 Persons '
iancluming all ages, classes and conditions, amo
I which were a large number or ladies, who are pec
Shiarly soubiect to Nervous Complaints, have been
ANTIRELY AND PERMANENTLY 0
when all hope of relief Iald been given up, and
thit else bseen tried in ain !
T illustrate the use of the GALVANRI B
supplse time case of a person afilicted with t
of civiliaition. DYSrPI.PSlA, or any other
Nervous Disorder. In ordinary cases, stim
r. taken, which, by their action on the ne
mu muscles of the stomach, afford temporary rel
which leave the patient in a lower state, an
injured faculties, after the action thus excited
ceased. Now compare this with the effect resulti
11 from the application of the GALVANIC BELT. Ta
a Dyspeptic sufforer, even in the worse sym toms
d" attaC , and simply tie the Delt around Te bod
d usimg tihe Magnetic Fluid as directed. In a short
. period tie insensible perspiration will act on the
10 positive element of the Belt, thereby causing a Gal.
vanic circulation which will poss oS to the negative.
d.m4 thence back again to the positive, thus keeping
- up a continuous Usi vanio circulation throughout the
system. Thus the most severe cases of D PEPSIA
.1"jA .TIyCURE 4kg
)r '- W ill
CERTIFICATES AND TESTIMONIALS
1, Of the most Undonbitedi Character,
c romt tiarts of the Countr comulm be give.
ievery column in this papier!
AN EXTRAORDINARY OASE.
uthIch cosiclusively Jiroves that
"Trut is stranger than Fictio."
OUREjl O
Rhoumatian Bronchiis and Dyapepsia.
-%1. DR. LANDIS, A CLERGYMAN
of tNew Jersey, of distinguished attainments and
sitid sv'lutamom :_atisnet n
Din. A. II. Cnn8Y, New Jersey, July 1, 1848.
DR .I.Cimimst i-Demr 8ir: Y'ou wish to knlow
Of nme what has been the result un ay ow case of the
almimiction of THE aA I.VANI( BELT AND NCK.
For pelaot twcen yeoaI had been suffering fromn
nor couldi obtain pmermanenit ete o any camors
mnedical retntwhatever. About feirfecouyrso
sices c smchmneo frqeesme to he
Farther : in tim w inter of '45 amid 'scrinal cngu
othr c ue eati deal in my on n ve
Dronachitis, which soon becenie so severatoequby
an immediate smuspenasion of smy pastorali as, re
Bru es no o - t g yrostated said as
and Rtheumatac affection-thus evincing tha tlpele
diodrs were connected with each other throuigh the
pirmaecopeia there seemed tob nrmeda hl
completely fanel hAt last I as ld bym fred
t'exne" yorivninad tog ih e ry
ist he a fficiony th etermiVnCEd
ThIs was in June, 1846. To air OSEAT A5TON5S55s:Eur
IN Vwo Dave isv DvsvErssta15 ADONM mm sEinNT
DAYS I WAs 5t~aaLED TO 555UMm Mv PA5ToaaL LAbOnS
NOR AsEs I s5.0MOumysfTTE A siNoLE savicE Oq
acc~ioU r e t Bao~censTra i ANn att RnssAass :.'
AVF cTIO1O 5nas ENiagi~y OKACED ,TO TaoUSLE s5E.
uc is the wonderful and happy results of the
have recommended the BI4,T and FLUID to
many who have been likewise suffering from Neu.
ralgi affections. TJhey have. tried them, wiTH SlAv
5IEsp LTS, I ass... , IN. SYERY CASK.
5 am, dear Sir, ver resrotAtIl yous
GALVANC NEC LAND!
DR. OHRISTIE'S
GALVANIC BRACELAE
FIs sodilcComplaints, aen tere at o
yed sc eP Broa y is, na sm o lmth ie s su
N e os an Sc e d c e Di iesof the headn
Neli inbthe oac Busng or aftring inh
GALVANsIC BRAisNCE.44
Ae foundof vas sevie ioebsonh1ge
Cone Agents mac e el.
*ayss,.A* e
leiin ofWr or Nevu h ~cue
- e P t nte ,
rotern ra of the body.

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