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.e .WasmitnOe'rom, Mlarch 2.
SEN'ATit--S-.' Marie's pietition for th1e
e ward of captring 8urratt: was referred
to the Comumit ted oi Claims.
Remmionstrinoe against lie constitutionall.
SV of the Supm'etmno Court aid'rboonstructiou
lilis were refrg'ed t) the Judiciary Comii
0 Somat resi icimellt''
anld -eprocedure.." At severe contest atrose
over ligiting specees. Tie Radicals,
lidwever*, 'n'eo'ntented, as the prosecutiu
would, be :est ained ap well as th j dut'utme.
1, it inoticeable Iihat seveIh lIepublicaMIs
vot freq Iuelily withile lhemoimals. The
t -est Vote of hlie imimminor-iy to day reciel
21), Md would p-evOut itmnpcmmeaimonmt by 2
The Senate was mtill in sesioi a, 84,
liaving recehed tie 22t1 art icle of prm'ocedum-e
Witiout mInaterihl a mndmmient, nimd will con
1Iu(i 0 b t mhnatter to .iight.
. l. WadmO doe- not vote- iom, preslie dur.
'lg tihee proceedingp.
mmls .--A smeinmbled at 10 o'clock
I't) artiolos of imipbachiri-awrnics
m4cd. Several verbal amendmments were
mmado. The seveithI article was tMricken
omit., and at -1 o'elock they were n-lopled.
Vole on hlie flest, 120 to -. Nearly tle
samimo vol inlg oceurr-ed ott'all, except tie last.,
oil which time Vole st4o, 108 to'18.
A protest mas signied by -15 members,
which was not received inor allowed 1o be
Messr.s. Botler, Stevens and Jenks failed
in getting in new s ecliomns.
The managers nomita'ed nre time simue
as those ciosen in caictis aiid elected.
Tle Democrats chosen ims telleirs decin
ed to act, wisiimig to have nothing t, do
Sax.vrn. -The'Chair submittcd a corminu.
nicationl fmomi (hase, which was referred to
a speci malolmmit tee.
A resolution for erecting. n; warehouse at
Fortress.5Monroo %nas refer-ed to tie Miit..
Tho Sergentit-at-Arms anuounmced tie im
p)eachmenm t managerm-i.
Tie mnamager's atiproamciheI tihe bar, and
th'e t'commanying members arayed them.
sCIves iounmmd tie back IMsa. CofIatx, Seat
ed by Wade and Bingham, read thme articles
Jlutler's, whielh qmotes largely from time
Priesidenmt's mu mirring speeches, causd
The C'hair said lho Semitle will take no
tioi;, and' the man.gerretired.
A resolution admitting to the galleries by
tickets was posi llmingdm.
A conmiie of threo Senators was ap
point e-l to notify the, Chief Ji iit tico and comm.
duct Ihimim to the Vice-President.'s seat to
morrow, at 1 o'clock.
Several 'votes indicated tie determination
oui tie parl. of tlie Semite to atdiere to its
rtics, not wilistaning tihe Cmse lc ter.
The Seminto adjumrned.
lloust..-InIunmediately after mhetinig,
Jonckes proceeded to urg-a his alttile de.
cla-Ing i IIpecmlmnm ' t is'm oild' be. incomplute
withoum clarging crimiial ilent.
Time prcvioms (utestion failed of a sbcond
mid the article was lost.
The lomse then went into committee of
tlei whole,to proceed With time mmanager's to
tlhO S4pnate to present mtieles. The Demo.
cratic nienmbers remained in their seal ; time
others formed a procession and prooelded
to thle Senato chambor.
Aft er otheir yet gen . .tihe Tennesosee con.
fested election case was tiken ip ut pio
Grant was dilrectol to report tl110' number
of' votes caist for and ngaidst- the' Ahrbatma
The Alilitlary Cmmittee reported a bill
for lIme prolection- of soldiers amid- sailors
Iginimist. ciaims aogents.
Tib House adjourned.
WAsamSUTox,- March 1.
Jlo Thrs, 11. Fomd, ex-Lieutenant Gov.
l, a mimpeachmentmangers:lteves, o
Theic-ily isi very quiet.
Shiej'ilan hams left St. Louis for his com
iinaind, at Lemaveniworthi.
Sewarid received si telegram from Ifan
croft, sinyiing: '"The tmreaty has boon sign
ed, aintiwas mamileid on. lihe 22d. Emlira,
tioni is frece. Naturaizaii- ehmages nma
t ionally. Iturr'y ratifi cation." Mir. Soidard
was highly. deligihted. Suirprise was ex-.
preOusOd mt.the result, ini diplomatlo circles
'Thei Rovenue Departnmenl, has obtained
miilitary aid to eonforoo whisky laws' ini East,
.:WAsmmmNoTrON, March 2--Nioen.
It is utdertood thant coune have abman
dlonmed- thid qgo waourtto, for' thmd rtnsoi thmat
l'ong hofore time macneory of [liat, wr'it
worid brin~g mm decisiota time Senate will have
'Timhofos is occupied with thle irmpoaohi.
mont article,-and( thio'8Stmato wimh the pr'o
Tie Smupreme Courit isengaged wit ti'th
McArdlo case. 'There' are no now fea
lVAsmHmmeveN, Miarch 2--P. Mi'
General Thoemas received his private let
tom's at. the War Office, and thmen visited tim,
Stantomn was at, time War Office all day,
Tho whisky metre commission hasa com.
pletedl investigaionis, amnd is pr'epar'iing v
r'epor't.. One of time comnmissionormt reportoi
thmat somb'm of tho' ti'es anrO marvels of
ingenumity, but Amid lhey would iot profenis
frauid with thie tax. at' two dlolins, .
.JiqLN.Ijloekap6li an houron- time 'Me
Ar,. e do, .when.lio,. becoming 111 f'rom Lhm
den mtb crocwd1 tho' Oorttl adjonenemsd.
'Tio Presidentgnecd tiho bill imaking thel
lbounaty of ddad~ ,sogliers payable to'ocmrtair
'teiSitrmeMtt to-d'ay fd 'miy' an'
ilotho~tthi6jpostpofOment, of all cases in.
VolvlygLtie con sJtutioitality 9f thme logmi
t1'om d A bdg ~ ti plwild
T tmo SemmsfttA'y ~f .io"'agiy ofde:
thmaI-tlroji aot'tjdi tio ept o amdigty e
j: Opis ~ot' .pobu atonlg leel
onity 'eeeit'dd'., Ifton 1-9
Tweonty offigors of mm d qrp pyil
agalnst-Joi'dm dum Molt96. o are cotyi
immg seats, frani Ke'ulticky. -
WV4stIxmovoN, March 4e
The Olhtonicie - sunpports time Mlississip4
lmuyne agents application fe the Yazoo-basil
nl propriatlin. .- -
TlWo moere lmnpeachnment articles are pound
Thbbkhrtw fhe 8edrofay oftta
to employ ednihal (o'.defe'ni r'eboonsritOtlol
ton days. It:. . o I- 1I4ww
Chse WtlOSa Io thd Sofiattk 4'pretAitgl iI
inmild rdati Bdmdwillie nditedt tofAiih' o- oeun
curret wil~h Some 6l LhkWtolilm)h y~yiA
oeingsq holding thetL WhObiitdie t I
or immpedmohenltriitIt sels Imaqmuest la
lily as-ma'md 'lthi. &einft EdSttIOObm V
ly receivo notice of (he intention to impeach
front the house, but the orgauizatioi of tile
Sonat'e Hito a court should precedo actual
annucmtt o imic cment on the part
of the- 0loue, aid articles of impoachinent
should only be presented to the court of
impecilnienit. No suumtons or other pro
Qesis should Iisle except from the organized
court, und rules for file governnent of (lie
proceeditigi of the court should be formed
only by the court itself.
Chatse finds himuself iuable to come to
anj c hc: cQnlusion thm ithe above, but
adds ."I amin ltroired that the Sonato has
Iiioceeded upon oither views, and it is not
my purpose to contest what its superior
wisdom may havo directed."
Wado presided to-day during tlo entire
procceding. This probahly setleAithe ques
tion whelher lie will vote onl the final issue.
l''arnswoltl's e legraph bill cotinle s fif
teen sections, niostly devoteI to tihe protee
iol of' lite public agaisi't fineud antd itijis.
lice fromi teegrapht comepanilie.,' ageti id
olerlitols. The pmiiiemeinit is seve eI,0.
The l'rieie'coge.i iv Jean liptist e
hIaw son, coinsul of France, at Itichmon nd;
Adolfus Ilolter, eonuitl of A nt ria, at New
,leanes : A ixis lobert , cot ul of the Pon
litical States, t N ew Orlleans; I'arlos
livin Etis, vice.consiil of tie Argentine te.
plublic, at Havnineahl, G !., and for its de
poendencies; m Brunswieck ant St.
Th- S prei- C<tr iis still e g e -i
tile leA rilte case. Trumbiull spoke I.> day;
Ihoilley Fielhi ftllows. The Court allows 12
IOtIS to e:lCh :ide.
Rovenu e to 4t:1y, one t d i OtI fifty
lotur t houesatiel. Gold in tlie Treasury,
[Special Tdeegramr"to the Dispalch.]
A POINT O Oitt'lt MAIM, AND tMit.hiil!)
AGAtXST Till: ADIC.ALt m Y T Uill :i
.i (STICE AND nY Ti- SlVNAI.
WASULNiTox, March 6-2 1. M.
At 1' P. M. the Senate proceeded to the
conider0tion ol' iIrepnelctmIt. The Chief
Justiee rited brietly the Cotiditioh ot tile
'ltiestt bef'ore the cna e. anid announced
that Senator Dixon had the floor,
Senator Iloward nmediately raised tLe
point oforder thi&. tho Conmt itution gave
Mir. Wade thie right to his seat nI:, a Inatter
of course, and tht tile Senate rules oi
itipealihmentt provide 11lhat lie shall be
sworn at onee. Mr. Hloward asked that
the Chief .Justice decide the point without
Tite Chief Jistice felt constrained, on
accolint of lie imipotuenece of the question,
to siluniit tle point to I h.e Senate for its
The point was then raisedh that Mr.
llowad'elspInt of order cannot now he
Mr lloward inesisted that Mr. Dixon
shotil not proceed.
Tile C"htief Justic decided that, the court
et. leiig organized, tle rules adopled for
ithe trial of' tle imepeChimenit, do not apply
at this time.
Mr. Drake appealed from the decision of
'T Iuryltas and nays weore taken,- and the
decision of tie Chief Justlee was sustained.
Vote, 2. to 20. Applauso in tle galle
WADE SWORN iN-nitE sitirSN'rNT SUCtoNED
TO APPEAR NI:Xtr waetic.
M Asit IsivroN4, M arch G.--':20 P1. M.
MT.. Ik-th-dicks, for reasons which lie ek
plainued, withdrew his ojection to tle
swearing of Mr. Wade, and, reserving his
Iobiections for discussion hereafter, Mr.
Wale aid others were sworn.
It was then' ordered. Ihat a sumietnons be
issued for the President's appearance, re
turnable ont Friday, 'March 13, at 1 o'clook
TIME coURiT onG.\NIzVD-TIl*E Oer( JUSTICH
DHO'aiDib' TiiA~ iT' is ioT TnlE SENA'
MANA(EitS APPtEARt ANt) AREI .SEATut.
WAsuINoroN, Mlarch G--2:35 P. M.
Tho Chief Justice antnouneced' (liat the
Senate Is now or'ganuized as ac coneet to try
the imipeachmtenat of' Atndr'ow Johnson, aned
that lee feels it to be his duty to say that. it
is nowv a distinct organeizationl from'ethe Sen
ale--that it is a court.
the Senate is organized as a court.
WYA surNU'Iro, Maerch '7-2:50 P. M.
The manlagers of theo louse, wvitht the
exceptioni of Mr'. Stsvens, appeared bef'ore
the bar of the Senate. anid Mr. inghiam, as
chatirmane, demanded of thle court that, it
take ooganizance as to the appearance in
cour't of Andrew Johensonc, President. af tlid
Uneitedl States, to answer to said' articles of
impejeachiment. Mr. Ilowea~d' then mnoved
that a summons be issued tp Andiew Johens
son to appear' before the bar of thie Soneato
on Friday, March thu 18t h, at 1 o'clock, to
answer to said charges. This was adopted,
andi the couirt thon adjourned utilthat day,
MONTao~WanY, March 0.
Two of te aeon arrested in this city about
ten (lays ago for burglary and attemipt to
blow open-as sasfe in a banking houiso,.~have
been triod-andl convibted: 1t waf shiown
ont (lie trial thuat they ae'e thtieves fromt New
York, and that a gang of thoem were opera
hing in the Southeern cities. T'he two convict
ed claim the nameos of Mayer and Franklin,
biut one of thtem is kntownt in Now York as
".Black Dan," a noted thief and House
breaker.. They willbe sentenced to the
In response to an application to aohoral
Mondo to appoInt an Alderman for otto of
thie wvards of this city, lio replies to the
Mayor that unless there is urgent necessity
for it, he does not desire to make anappoint.
moent, as the people will soon be called upon
to elect one of their own choice.
Kaoxvcteu, March 0.
In a vhisky reg'onne row, in Claiborns
copnety, thr~e rhon wee killed. A company
.ofecaval.y are on' rould to ald'tho roventte
-' eaoiLoNnou, iflroh 0.
D'srd va t eceelved with ecers froet
both -oides. JIfe saltd the Quteene had en
(t-'tiated helm wIth the formation of the
(Jabinont, libe could not dedcn so graciow.
Ian ollu'r.' "The pollef of Lord~ Dorny woubl
: ei followed in the domestIc, and that 0
Miaenly In foreign a~air.
- hurk, (Jsey: and~ Sibet 'were b'ongh
tsafely to Newgatt; n orosotue was att empt
Now York Market,
yocry farml ;pales: 4,(000Mbaleap at, 2.5
a AesttoriI' h2G oa 3.0. Mcss por]
21.75. Lard dull, it 144 a 16.
Froights dull and unchanged. Gold
liviitroom., Mnrch 7.
Couton active ; snles 13,000 balbs
uands on tho spot 9.1a9-; to arrive 9.1
Orleans 10alO .
CHAn.EsvoN, March 7.
Cotlon opened (iiint and closed active,
advancing -a le-middhing 23.ta21.
lt'AenAMNr PiMPNXisT.-Charles I of
England an11e Louis XVI of France consti
tten memorable examples of rtyal impeach,
mentIS inl Europe, a nile recently Lo1H
l'h1i1llippeO amlt' him dynastly were'deprived of
the tI'ono by a rvlemn decree if the repfo-.
:<t 10 i ves of' I he Frenc'r sin I iol. 1I'11 -.
publics, the t"'reident is only the fiyot
animg the executive officers of the Governil
e nlt,and I io imossibilily of' his violatinig tihe
law is expressly pwoviled for. SI ill, c:Iscs
of' tle formal imnpenclimenst of the President
are exceedingly rare. istaioes occurred
n few Imionths ago inl the United States of
Colonii. whenl Presitlent 'N osquera l wai
deposel sl exiled, ad'is(n-iudor, wi here
Ihe 1'resilln. was ilmpeiachied by tle II liuse
of lpientiatives, ant'l cenlsremi by
einite ; bti mIoire comt) imnlly dissatis facetion
with the 're-ident rents itself inl inisurtec
tion aIl civil war. In (le lnited States
[Ile inipencheInt of the P1residenit is withli
oil, precedent..- Only once, in 181:1, we
beillieve, nll af tempt Wia. made against
President Tyler, hut it failed. 'fhiern Itavt,
however, been several cases of the iml.
licachmient of other civil oflicers. In 1797,
Williat ilotil, t Senator from Tennessee,
was impeached for having intrigned to
triasfer New Orlcalts! to ()rea, lItriatin : in
1803, .101111 l'ikcrinie, .Iustice of th0 Diss
Irict Court. of lie District of New' linil
shire, was impeached on four charges, one
of which alleged that he was a Iman of
ljoosi morals aid intemperate habis : in
1,805, the impeachmenut of Samuel Chase,
an associate j.ustico of the Supreme Court.
of the United States, w-astlhe cause of great
public exciteinen ; inl 1834, James 1. Peck,
Judge of the District. 'onit for the District
of Missouri, was impeachedi for high misd1e
umteansors. The latest cases are those of
.Jdge Wairous, of'l'exas, who was impeach
ell in 1857, and of .X11dge West I1. llum
phreys, of Tennesseo. who in 1862, was
impeatched for complicity in the rebellion.
--0 0 . 0 4b- - --
A lI. G tC rnoM V A .1FoRNIA. -The fol
lowing are the resolutions adopt eil inst week
by t ie Calhfornia Legislattire, andil telegraph
ed to lie 'resident li their direction:
Resolred, That the people of' tis State,
will now, as they have in ilie pasti behr
true faith and feally to the (Ivernment of
our fathers : that by all legal and just
means timhy will sistain the President. of
tle United Stat II tint complete discharge
of his duties.
Resolved, That we urge the Pesident, of
the United States, in the inino of our peo
ple, thi freemen of the State of California,
in tlie nmo and it behalf of the causo of
constitutional liberty, to be firm and un
bending in the initenanee of the Execu,
tive Department of tile Governmont, and to
that end ,ve pledge him our undivided sup
'Resolvedl, That the radical majority in tle
('ongress of tle Ujniied States have tramr
pled uplon aud disregarded thIe great inter
ests of' the peoIle, utaid inistead of legislat
ing to relieve the people from the burden of
taxation inder which the entire indusfry of
the coutlry is suffering, ate bending their
unlite-l efforts to involve the country in the
vortex of' civil wavr, and in tle opinion of
the Assembly of Califortia, have proved
themselves unworthy alike of tle high posi
tions tlicy' now occupy, and of Ltse coufi
dence of tIle people.
AnUrs-r, Rscus, AND Resc.mrvun. -Con
siiderable excitemient was produced In
hI'dinpton on Tttesday last iehdonsequence of
thie sheriff seizing a boat' for taxes due by
a ntegro. Thse tiegro was exceedingly
belligerent, and made such threaahs as led to
an ell'ort to arrest him.- This the shterilf was
utiable to do in conseqtnce of a large
crowd of negroes who defied him. tlho
military was sent for, and thie negro arrcst%
0(d and lodged it jail. But the next day
(.Wednesday) the negroes colleoted in force
and libor'ated the prisoner'. TIhe military
was again called, the pirisoner redatitred
and is now in the llampton prison. The
presence of the military was necessary fot
somec ine afterwatrds to quiet the mu.lt it ude,
of negtroes who had coloted.--Nor'fol
I~ttixo ur.MWuxn Tn---- vi---h
Meridian (Miss.) Mercury says:
The President of outr convention thie oth
er dhy said he had a dispatch' from one of
the nmembbrra, ahking ati ettsion of his~
leave of absence, liccau'so hio was detained
at home by sickntess. A miischievouis white
man asked where the dispatch wvas froim.
Thet 19esldent answer'ed Inidiana, Some
R'ads tried'to eleplain, but the fact was pa.
tont that theo carpet-bagger, Williams, pro.
tending to represent Hlolmes coutnty, was
ebseonced in the bosom of his family in In
diana. and wvanted "leave extended" Ii-or
dler that the $10 per dliiemt might rusn on
while lie is sibk, or pretending to be siek, as
homec ina Indianta.
Pnornnxro PAflsjox.--r' 1788, Patr'ick
Ilcen'y dpposed'the adoptI'on of t'ho dder-al
Constituiea. lie preicllted that it, would
prove a-consolidating power and a despo'
tis'm. lie further prophesied that the Stantt
Legislatures which, according td Alexatiddi
Iharitilton, weie to be bulwarks against ly,
raitfy, would becomo "lndicrous speeta
cles." They were giants in thmose days.
DOUn TFU.-TheO NoW YoriC flrald
"The President is playing asn adroit
pioce of strategy by nominating Onu
ion Genorals for >rominent positions
and p~uttinig the I epublican Senateui
the attitude, by r'ojoeting thsem, of ro
futsing to do-hionor to the- galluat sol,
When the "Union Generals" refus<
theo "prominsent positions,"' what be
comtesof'5'adroit strategy ?'
No N-x otss Coons.-Wo an
rlta the South Carolina negro delogate
to Washsingtorn returned witht a flea ii
Usthir ear. TIhmey reported on' tho - 9//11
- uil,., to (lhe Convention, "tat thse Repub
lidans did not wishkfor' thse eco d
colored 'ongre~sfmen I' .
Conserativo asciation. have 'l oo
I ;organised an( officers elected. ,1
Grenwood, -A 1bville Distrioj, il
l Spartnburg and .'Andersao,yillage
r. atid in Riinmnei1'eil
Weekly Roview of the WiuB U111 o
FOR THi 'tfiLm XNDINU MtAlten 7.
The cottdii nai-kot' for the past week hat.
boon very abtivV. Sales 220 bales. VIva.
Ing at 181 cents,- free of tax.
Cotton Yarns, $1.76.
Ounny Cloth, 26a 20.
Bacon Sides, 10a17 cents.
Lard, 17 a 18 cenats.
Molasses per barrel 05 a 75.
Country Flour, $0 60 a 7.00.
Baltimore Flour $11.00 a $12.00 pet in -
Peas 90 a $1.00.
Dry Hides, 10d
-I 10HES"~, J1nVELRY,
At 1) .,welry Skio
ILL always be Watelles.-.\meri
T can;nlish ad'1%1, Detaced LeCVers.
A general and at tract selectioi of .ewel
ry, comoprising Plain fIing% of every
quility and every weigh , h-ocles, Er,
rings, &o., &o. Some tine sets Wedding
Pre.sentsd. Slitlv'timi -Sle
Spoons, Forks, &c. Plated Wal of Ihe
finest quality, Genuine English Cutlery,
Table and Dessert Knives Iyor Balance
All. Sorts. of Shoot ing Mater'
melh I I 1il''
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN THE COURT OF ORDINA RY.
B/ Aites Johnston, REquire, of 1alh:field Dis
W IEREAS, iH. . G'aillard lilis applied'
to te for Jyetters of Admininistration, on
all and singular the goods'and' chattels,
rights and credits of Win. G. Smith 'late of
the District aforesaid
Theso are therefore to olte and adilbinsh
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the said deceasbd, to.be and alpeali betore
me, at our next Ordinary's ecurt, for lie
said District, to be holden at Fairfield Court
House, on the 17th dlay of April, 1868, to
show cause, if any, why the s t .dminis
tration sqould not, be grantad.
Given under amy hand and Seal, thif 6th
day of March in tho'year of our, Lord,
one thousaiid eight htfadrad and Sixty
eight, and in tile ninet'y-sec01nd year of
0' F. D).
GREAT ROAD TO WEALTH I
Therefore Buy Your Goods
NEW UP TOWN STO2E !
WIMl.E you can find a great variety of
Staple and Fancy
Hats and Caps,
Doots and Shoes,
Gentlemlen's Furn~ihing Goods,
and amost everything to be fotund in
A First Class Dry Goods House.
Th'le Goods above montioned have just ar-.
rived, and are otfered at extremely low
pricee. I shall take pleasure In exhibiting
my oods to every oeit who may favor oie
witii s calt, whether they buy or not, 1 shall
take pleasure in showing.
I 'will vent uio to say that my stook is as
large its any in thi mar'ka, and bf callIng
to see thmem, you will find them the cheap
est- as my tuott o Is
Quick Sales and Small Fr'olts.
CAPT. S. B. CLOWNEY'S ObD' STAND.
AND THE NEW HIOUSE.
Winnsboro Marble Yard.
CANNON & SPEERIS.
&:' chased of' Mr.
McNinch, the t.n.
- -- tire stock of Mar.
blie at. Winnsboro
/ and Chester, we
.4.. feel assured In
-< .. saying to all who
. may wish any
tihing In the Miarblo line, that we can sell
as~ r'aasonable as can bo bought anywhere In
the Stat''. We are now receividtg a corn
plotb'rassottment of'both America'd mnd Ital
Ian Matrhle. Call and eoo.
L.' M. SPEERS,- J'. L. CANNON,
I0 1SIZED OAnbS;
Birades and Elwell'r,.
THOMPSON & WOODWARD.
)!!RSILONS'Indlobted to Col. RoberIleaty,
1.are hmraby notlio~'d that, the plaims
agin t te'afo ih' out' hands for'olleeo
tiont --O4to0MTS'& DJOUOLAss,
0 N (hc 21st. of March next, I will cell n
publ ic outcry to the highot Iidder a
the residence of the Iate Juhn G. Oneal
decO'd; the personal property oflsaid decens
11. A. O AllLLAI110,
mar 10-tlx2 AdUir. G. T. A
"Our Banner to the Breeze.'
JOHN McINTYRE & CO,
HAVE OPINEI) A
FRESH SUPPLY OF GOODS.
LO'U. Corti. l'ens. Siigne. MAtCerel
Viglih ';%i--Y (". 4,, Swe im neurl..
Oakes, 6ardines, Alixe-l' ickles, Freii-0
Mustarlld. .leIliie, l1tiis. Cd lly, Oriige.
Urindy Peaches, andles, Turnt lie oni p
Toilet soap. Ill:ckilig ltltshes atnd ltwivkidg
Table Salt, Pipe, Wrhing laier a1ni Et
velopies. (nt 0np. T[41;as 2111d Shoe Tal
Corn Mld itnd llomin y consnt11ly of
Our goods arc fresh, have been I.on gti
ir Ca lh, a f 4 Will be ,s(hl at sinall ad.vanlces
(live us a ci1-t' MilIry's old lIanld.
fe 1 22
'HE WANDU COMPANY,
CHAIILESTON, S. (.,
i8 ' TO IF'i ItN f, itI
Fariners and Plantors
.iai i.'aOl'it vt 4 C1
iO~lSN ING in the htigl-st. degre. Ihr
retuiites f' lharlret ywield of Cot.
(on and Corn. Ounr frienlds who Niave f rip i
this FlbTlIlZEll give their nniclitfie-d
Ietimony of its onnipliete sicess int hoily
incereasing tI le yielid of their crops. Wh'e
.;thle appllicat ion wats dokilbiled, the inlerelse
of yield was filly its great, and are assnild
1hat it has pr-oved foi' (ntbion
ltjersi will fiti it ndvalitageons to work
1ergrounid; to 6cultivate I1111re I tolrngbly.
nto in aplly li'erally it Iparllii nh :,
hlie above. Our
ARE MADE, UNDEAL TilI SIUI'ilIVEI1lON
DIV. St. Julian I1:iavenel, Cl(o1ni is
Whose reput1 ation1 and1- !kill enIres :a rei.
able art icle. We h:,ve ni hesiit ion itn 'it t.
ing Chall inl (11r panotahrdl mann1re the pub1lit,
have a F Kl l'l'IZEl n hich will grive lhw
.111 nsit atisfacitory lestils. We Claim that1l
t. the saine cost per acre. this nrlicle will
do btter hain PEtLUVI.AN GIL\N , ont
friends wriiting thiat Guno loes i s f.
feetsuponi the plati genenitll 0bo t111he
beginniing of September,.1 And sulstaiinglj Iihe
planlt in a greenl anid htealthy conlditionl 111.
.i killed by fris. Direct ut fot i1o oti
sent wit shipmlleit'. Price $6> doliirs pet
ton of 2,00U pomids.
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE'
PURE BONE FLOUf'
ALIWAYS ON HAND
$65 Pil TO U'P 1100' POU'NDS,
WM. C. DUKES, Agont,
FRESI ARRIVA L
Consisting in partIt of
tCru'ishied, Powderei'd and
Nos. 1 andu .' Malckereol,
8tugar Curied hireaklfast Stri'ps,
Pure Leaf011 Laid,
Adamantinto Candles and nmany other arti
Cs too iitier'outs fto ittetion.
A choice seleet ion of Linaors and1 8tegar'i
to all of whiicht I Illvito thIe littenilOtn of liy
l'riends and ploitos.
w. M. NELSON.
L L persons inidebua ed t o thea late Fit mn a
uNelson & Liyrch, ar'e requeilsi od to cm
and settc le~t he ~irnls, no0 futher Ioi inlll
geico Cant b)0 glnatedi. TheL huls anj~d no
couts arie in nily htantd:.
jana 80 WV. M. N ELSON.
A T the~ Winnnboro Tant Yard, T1weit3
T1'ihousand Pouands of Grieern (Ir lr)
lhI'des, htighe~st, itarket pices pid in essht
I dsthdramt'&Itthiews.- It~tii' & Mat.
'will be in ite hmatds of a lawyer iname t:
:be siued on this Spring (douri.. Ilereafter
will have caqha for everything I do; or ' di
'noihidig. Tlioso ta canittot, come u~nde
'this rulidfIt bb obled' to trade elsewhmere
as It canidtto :nderltvko It in eomodiit
frlend6 who-don't appreolate t itiogh tI
pgty ose qyei p,,pg4 of wht, they owe me.
Or P.-MATTHIEWS, Jr.
q1~A, ~wo ply ingria cartpotingl
NO. 2, B\NK INCE,,
A1e weekly r'eo~in' fie i n 1lit ons i
DRY GOODS, SHOES, &c.,
Which will bie ,'Il it Mhoil llyiltv low
SItes. W c1a w o I ll li t r e i :I et k -1,
Heavy Wool Good,
I al 1 i t -,I;'.
A T FIMITW' CWNT.
we vill also c'.OSe uit ou sti ck of
CL~T 1 T-TTTTC -,
I'i e pel Cen If BIow Cos4.
JUST RE 'iVED
li. 1R. FiL NNIKENtl
(.\.vnt fo .tbry
No. '2, lotela
Wc IIT i 110T vr ti it, .
F.\CT() 1Z C I f''V4 '. 1 .
IT.\I A N .\I ( 1 N4 I ) 1N
Nll'SCOV.\!o YOLASS..:8, 7.'.
P'.T \pst:f) Sy'ulP $ .0
ii 1I ,.\, I, C. 1 n N
1t I , .'I (o I',.
'. I ' erk, 7
ZEi1 vtit kI4i' l
FA 111 i'1NM)I IN(11 TI'l- :) t &i c 0.
fU1 T received a1 lot Xr School Bc.,.ks rInl,)
All o ii t I of 'l\i tiniii hi v.yi
A TK I llN, \l.\TI;N , s ' .
ENT A 1111S I S.
' I IE , V 11 Eis N T i: t N T A N 11 A l il
(110. PI1,il 1il, l-:11-loro -Vri~iun
llav i ar-ge i ll ection'dh i t he uplper
pt.i ofrs ihe S;ktc and -il , 1rt ion , ofILv Nih. 1 1l
Carol ii n , i it t I j Iu N 1 1 arIit Iit 4
Il t1 1intre ,a tIs wIo dsi re t)o exlto: il their
Adver'tiee.nt i nri d T ver r Y aE l soa
bl terss.b Sec l ien copy of' ipe lent on
by toy t ~ PiTy1or Eni rl I:. it iwn'I ii, i
th~ t Iiti ''i ci li IVO xi %iitel . - ,
OcsIi. uslxeutlt isoisx t wiilt
'111r'' W.\ii NIsisspl tn ts ' on.ai true-s
ro1g. ol d able n siel iuasy li aetoI get. ontl
ofhits o '-r it w.ill wax gr shrtjL5iir ty o r t
hsoul o wills, i i ve niiniosf ror
lt used. taotin~tiget t.o rec ti . .ocn
rWo: e n innaturn this e I~ above*sg ma.
~in aul cs.st. i the unch i itrdoes n ti give
tsatisre tli e wIll take iot baf w and re-ig
tl J't.13C E~l~ x tamea, CS , It li
.IIl ereby ertif tjiott ne o f F, M. El'
Ilei.p ro us bii;; Mahi ne ~i st h, ee ( I xed
by m'5~y. Iam'il or, neary iwo1 Ino ts~,n
that' t s's g , Ien entire Ila kti ionC. Weisttt
fin t ls' 1: gs sml, islasims. t w (ah.
Is thoUrixghl, (nIs'~i ' he diretions ar foal.
' he t clotho s ! usi atoey or givnnew til-r
e~i-'s Wahshin I la i't I ~~to the bir pa
rostnag i e, l n _asure a nyfa il wllb
the ld-w sh- o o e.
n'debto l llopew el hrch.st'
Ths s o erifstat weci ared uiente.
EhesPal oiasninslothaer r i -im gi-npule
anot. 'iaabl>Ne tget &ougnf for Woe can
sAvn Nof(I 'snh pl ond al h ijuisaut 1e0 rte
clothe th.arihneod m to fw sig
Rev 1'clNti, Wihnsboroll & JC, E.
.j ly McntrWnsor,8iMr a
SHIPPERS OF COTTON, &c,
WINNSBORO to BALTIMORE,
Via CIIARILESTON, S. V.
PA00N, , . E E 0 RUED, Coimander.
BEA GULL, . N. P, DUTTON, Commander.
Of l yro carrying capncity, nmiking averagea
triinw of >5 to 0 hou1, leave Charleston
once a week foir Baltimore, and offer
supr'ior F?cilities for thro'r1h freights to
and from that port.
COURTENAY & TRENHOLM,
Shipplug and Commission
.M1ferchants, Union WIharves,
Ch a rlest~on, 0.
MORDECAI & 00., Agents,
l3 rmo", M.
The Fairfield Herald.
'll E Trul-WEl LY NEWMS.
Til1. l'rolielors or Ite abo1vo Paper.-,
inteII 1,1e1urein anoucinig Ito their pa
0r :11 i -yi y will coFliiniie li'e publica.
i-i of lie 'ElZlA .l, ott'' of' it bot fal
Y inl te .81te, and' alo or the
W.- 111' wlY tr-w l p:Iper inl Ih
h to nur1k tii:u u.1, :uid 1e Nw. ] I
iln.ilita to 1lutrdin puiblic,
LIoY f'-olily inl the li6tric ought to fialic.
thie on o;atl if- the hiead1 of falmiliesi
W011b1 consubII their wives 11nd chibh-ren he
would he tobl liat the -sul cost of a weLk
ly vi'zit or hindenied witi newst And genieral
r'atiiig iiitter, is n1)oIting c'inil.aedId to Ihe
oi'i il profit it bi ingis.
inunI copy, I yetar", T' ow
" l~t i tan1h4, 2 01
" 10copir i our, 26 00
I iiI ymlti Itt, ~otw
:nol onei ex rira copy to-lihe L(teraf ofj t he
N.:ws. I icopy I yent', f~ tIC)
-i' I I'aper sent unle.i file cah Au
I'v lory paper "stopped at Ohe expirar
I io .i t he' 1 .erni , tililess litxhscriplPflnl he '0:.
nuewed iii 1i ir.
IsII'olI'81I, W' I1,.\;\ls~ & CO.,
l'ri'pr jie't ors;
.N11III l'li'diO lll M A4A'/N'E.
jJNI'x VI~S lts\l ad:iin~wledgedI ihn edl
I Par'lor .\lagazu ?ir of u Am:ierle'u;' deviited
Co Orig1inal i'toii l',I'o''ms', lie lhes, Arch.i.
t.itear cthii~ .sip ( iiehditig sp'cial depanrt.
mie-:Ii oh n o ihins). Iii-tru'ict.ionsi 0n'
il.alth,Mi, Aiiio \nhuti'ements, ctC., by3 the
costlyt tioringsjiI ( tull sIze7) n,-efulx anid
olht-r utsefuil .itd eer tfuniiniig l 'itratre.
oi'wle oldy ot tiasto can. nilord to do
iti hout C hie .II ''el M A ln i bly. $ingle copiesi,
ai vuhitl. prendumC~o: Civ' copies, $5.60:
ii hn ' copiec .47.5 it o cxopi.<, $1 2, and'
Jilenit i pi-iiiiis for ilubhs t $ll ech;-l
ith~ . tihe i ret-i i utm lci'or ech ionbacrib'.
pa" .\ i'ew Whi.'ri & Wilsuno sewing.
.\bxc hin fOrIii 24)0 .a subciber at'it $"2 cach.
Wt.J " JN NI I ii.M4' i E;H'i\,
No; .( t-i-iixnwny, New York,
Ih)emon sLN .\ontIldy andt Young Amrio
ocelht .f p-I, wit bi tie preniiiumst for eacth.
1-at d 01ICrlla
\V It t-,t r;S the lhdut itf' di'p the 2t'thi
day.) of' Oct ohir, A J: 1 807, file hi'
fliits of' this.' .1in!e nwi.. knat nither wife ncr
li oriey Ihon'a wiit bini thle Isamto upon01 when~i'
Ia copy oif Clie .'aiad deiclairiation might' bd
It. be Irerjf'or'e ordered, 4that the shidd 'e.
fenint, di, ap~pear antd plead Co htheunidr do
clar'at ion oui or bfioruie t tic 27th~ day or' Ocito.
her', A. 1'. 18t8 otherwiso finial abs~oIue'
udgiment Vill I hetx' lio givei axnd' awiardedl1
the I'latxiffi aginslt i..
(Cei k's O(moo,
F Al 1L R JS I1 3 i8Thi .( C .
i:N 'f5na (0)LioN PC.VAtt,
Nancy'W itks, Vet. D). (. Iloyle, AttachmetitU
fIIEitIEA$ the Ptlntlff did on the 21th
l Tdauy of October, A. D. 1807 file
her du-ci.Ctratliotblaist tihe Defendaint who,
(it hei said!) Is abseent fromt and 'wthot'
the limits of this State nd katn neither wife
ttor axt~toy known within tho sameupn
whoua ixcopy of' tho said declaration might
It Is ierfore ordered t hat . the sati4 96
fendaunt dto aippeare and plead to the~ aid4
declaration on orV before the 27thi day 6oiM
tober, A. D. 18f68, otherwise ansl'and' atvw
soin e judgrenL weill then be .ginn, ah*'
awarded for~hthaintiff a ~is1. rp
'8' B: OLO ET .C. F.
CNN'so~d, Tirfd Diet