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Tho Alleged Murdora in Louisiana.
Nsw QRLANs, August 10.
In support of GovernorWarmouth's asser- ar
tion that 160 murders have been committed re
in (his State in the last mouth and a half, l
the Republican of yesterday contains two
columns of extracts from, and reference to,
letters in Governor Warmouth's possession,
detailing the outrages in (le country par
ibes from bMarch last to dato. Theso ex.
traols do not shore that either the civil or d
military authorities, or the Freedmen's But.
rORa, took cognizance of any of thoso af-d
Accident to Butler-Assault on a Radioil (,
BosToN, MAss , August 10. in
general Butler was seriously injured
" sterday by a fall from, a carriage.
liev. Joqoph 0. Lovejoy, a well-known
Democratic orator, assauhed George Fisher, 4
editor of (ie CmJanbrioige Chronicle, for an N
offensive paragraph about a speech of his. 0.
Fisher made no resistance, and alter recoeiv- 0'
Ing three or four blows, fled. r(
Hinoty Thousand Majonty.
LouisviLLI, Ky., August 10. b
The Dorooratio majority in this State
will reach 90,000.
From Washington. d
WASHINU-TON, August 10.
The wife of Senator Trumbull is recover
ing. Thad Stevens is convalescent. c
The President will not leave for his pro- C
posed trip until the revenue cominissioner- h
hip is settled. 11
The revenue receipts to-day were $681,- 0
Secretary Seward telegraphs that he will n
return on Wednesday.
It, is now thought that Rosecranb will e
leave for Mexico next week
A naval court-martial convenes at New
York on the 12th instant.
Commissioner Rollins telographs that. lie
will return here Monday to resuime his du, I
WESINoToN, August 11.
Montana voted on the ' 30th. Demnocratic
majority 1,700. Several Counties unheard
Stevens had a relapse to-day.
The cholera has entirely disappeared
The Court fmperiale las decited the ap
peal of the United States vs. Armaus, in
favor of the United States.
The Nova Seetia Legislature, deprecating
revolution or annexation to tie United.
States, resolved to use only constitutional
v.aeans of withdrawing from the Canadian
WASsINQToN, August 13.
The body of Thad. Stevens ip guarded by
the Butler Zouaves, (negroes uniformed
and armed. A great majority of the visi
tors are negroes. The exhibition attracts
very little attention. The body lies in lie
centre of the rotunda. No unusual decora.
tions or drapery in the capitol.
Custom receipts from Ist to 8th August
general Canby has arrived and assumed
command of the Department of Washing
I illutler retains Caleb Cushing to defend
him against Woolley and Kimberly Broth
Internal revenue receipts to-day $494.
WASHTxalroN, August 12.
Thad. Stevens is dead.
Special Mexican advices intimato that
the State of Vera Cruz is in rebellion. The
leaders are influential. - It is thought, the
eastle of San Juan do Ulloa will be attacked.
Attorio has defeated Negrot.
Evarts' long-looked-for opinion covers a
Column, and declares Rollins' tenure good.
Rollins, therefore, continues in oflice.
Fift3ed-legates of the National Journey
mn Tailors' Unioin visited (lie President to
dlay. The interview was pleasant and char
acteristic, withsout political allusions.
The dist,illery regulations cover ten
pages, and direct that no still shall run
until the regulatioas are complied with.
The now law requires five different stamps
to a barrel of spirits.
* WAsh iNoToN, Augusl4d
St.troens' remains, with there passenger
oars as escort, left for Lancaster at 10
o'clock this morning.
The Scretary of the Interior has decided
favorably to the MoGarrahsam, and adverse
ly to the New idria quicksilver company.
This is a hard blew on Senators Stewart,
C.onness, and Nye, who has been active in
the.N~ew Idria interest,. The local land offi
crs in California have been instructed to
hold the McGarrahuam lands out of market
until furthier action of Congress.
Itis stated that Rollins, at tho earnest
solicitation of prominent, Republicans, has
doterminied to retain the Revenue Conimis
afonship until after the oleotion.
Internal revono.o receipts to-day $416,.
A company of Butler Zouaves, marching
to relieve the guard over Stevens, fired a
volley down Twenty-first street, in responso
to a stone hurled at them. A colored wai
ter, standing in the door of a residence,
was shot, through the thigh. The Express
says that when they reached thie Capitol,
some disagreement arose bet,ween them.
selves, and they had a regtilar free fight.
The Star, after speaking of the firing and
its results, says a large crowd immediately
gathered, and, for a t,ime, there was overy
prospect of a serious disturbance; but the
police on duty, as well as tIhe reserve ap
pearing in force promptly, by surrounding
the Zouaves, oheoked further preoedings,
and when order was restored, allowed then
The President has recognizod Charles Ott<
Witto, Consul for the North German (Jon,
fede at.Charleston, 8. 0.
SW AsUKNGToN, August, 15.
Land Commissioner Wilson issues a oir
cular, cautioning registers and receiver,
that three sections only can be entero.l 1
oe township on college scrip.
Senator Abbott, states that over $10,000,
000 in Northern capitol has been investel
in North Carolina since the war.
Internal revenue receipts $378,000.
ltlonnuoND, August 1I.
The negro who was shot last nIght, at th
conservative meeting, was mortally wouid
4 edl. Hie made an ai;s'',s 6huaiment, is
day that heo was not engaged in the stoninj
Two other arrests were nmade to day of poi
eons alleged to have been In the afray,
New OnLUANs, AUgust 11.
The militla bill giving the Governor dil
eretionary power to,acoept, arm and cn
mission offioers of volunteer militia con
panies, whose orga~nisat,hon meets his aj
proval, finally pissed both honses. Ti
bitt empow6e the Governor to call out ai
dispose of the militia at his pleasur.
l1aLUtart, N. 0., August 12.
.The State Oonventlen of Demoerats ai
conservatiVes tneetin this city to-morrol
Delegates are ardvi,n g. A large Conyel
Lio is .antiia.e artat onoorao at..
At and Vioe-President, will be appoint.
rho State Legislature Is still in session.
ST. Louls, August 12.
Harney leaves here next week, to perfect
rangemenls for removing the Indians to
servations, with headquarters at Fort
AT1,ANTA, August 12.
A motion, in Scate, to reconsider yester
y's vote on appal from the Chair, in the
so of Bradley, was carried. In the the
bate on (he subject, Ihe fact was brought
light, that the board of registration had
cided that ander the reconstruction laws,
adley had no right to register. Jos. E.
own was confirmed Chief Justice. In the
>use, lurner (negro) introduced a bill to
nish common carriers for discriminating
acominodations on account of color.
MoNTooMenY, August 12.
'ho Legislature took a recess, at 6 p. i.
inet on the first Monday in November.
action was taken on the Govern ,r's veto
the bill authorizing the Legislature to
it tile electoral vote of fhe State, and it
inins to be disposed of on re-nsseibling
ioveit,er- lie day before the Presiden
nelection. The new State Constitution
reides that a registration of voters slitill
ad before every general election. The
Di.te to (liy pwsed tlie registration bill,
1the House laid it on the table.
'le young inie ofthe city are firing a
%he, in honior of the adjournment, and
errtnro of the Legislature.
MONTOOMInY, August 15.
lb now Mayor appointed by tihe Gov
rno was inaugurated to-day. The new
ltouicil also met. The police force is
allack, and many of their officers are
eges. The old City Council and Troasur
r we re.oleoted.
Tire was a large Seynour and Blair
iceig to.day, at Wetumpka; about 1,600
eoris prosent. Speeches were imade by
x4vernor Watts and other prominent
S-r. Louis, August 16.
Aces from Solomon City, Kansas, re
ort)rriblo Indian outrages on tlie Soln
1nver settlement. Mlen were killed,
ronitravished, children captured, stock
akeif, and the country stripped of pro
PAnts, AuousT 15.
Lornpier, of Ningdala, was among the
listinished visitors who partioipated in
festery's review ofthe National and Im.
>erialluard. Time French royal family
vero diusinscally cheered by the people.
,Ir. tly Iochford, of Lantem, has been
ientent to pay ten thousand francs and
)no yea imprisonment.
The 4ileur, speaking of the recent
Frenchim, says: Thirty-four times tie
unountked, has already been subscrib.
' QUsENsTowx, August 16.
The siner City of Baltimore, with lion.
Itevedy .nson aboard, has arrived.
New York Market,
NIYORc, Aug. 15, 7 P. M.
CottoP1 ; sales 1,200 bales, at
291. 0 firmer-closing strong at
46- a 4'
CHAMRSToN, Aug. 15.
Cottonall ; sales of the two (lays
45 bales-Iddling nominal at 28.
IjVERPOOL., Aug 15.
Cotton cod buoyant and higher
sales 20,00ales-uplands 101 ; Or
Tim RE-crLy DIscovFn ED ISLANDS
IN THEm PAQ, OcEAN.-The Secreta.
ry of the Er sent a communication
to the Senn Monday, in reply to a
resolutioni istion to the discovery',
occupation ac.haraeter of the Mid wa v
Islands in IPacific Ocean. The is
lands, he sa.were discovered by Cap
tain N. C. pks, commander of tihe
Hiwai ian baQambia, in July 1859.
In May, 1, the Secretary of the
Navy directoiptain William Rey.
nolds, comimai- of cIoe steamer Lacka.
wanner, to ti. possession, which lie
did on the lr September last.
Captain Roynin his report describes
the har bor (med very much like
H-onolului, as her more roomy and
safe, but with quite as much depth
of water on itt, wvhich, however, ap
p)eared to be it eighteen fee,t. Wa
tar was found th'o island at a dis
. ance of from -to seveni foot. The11
soil will produ good many kinds of
vegetables, anoice fish are found in
NoT PAnTIlt .--Those who re
member the g d fascinating Capt.
Magruder willby the followng :
-'In 1868, 1 dor, then a Con
federate Geneihad camped at a
comfortable plhnd made his head
quarters at atantry house with
broad cool vero, |Dinner for him
self and staff w&eed on the table,
when a reoklciung Kentuckian
p ossed by, look( the spread, andi,
liking it, quicti;down, regardless
of the coniipany began to eat,
''My friend,"1 Magruder, stern
ly, "do you kngi whose company
you are dining
"Company ?" tied Kentuoky.
"No, I used to very particular
Sabout company, noe I got to be
a soldier I don't'a red who I eat
Pan NoDILE 1M. -A colored
fair has been on for several
nights in a build en Washington
streot. A night wo since, Mr.
Speaker Moses, oso.called) Log
Sislature, of South Ina, and young
.Macekey, the wutk hleriff of Char
~. loston, wore preso o one fanning
-and gaily. chattin h the dusky
damsels ; while th promenaded
the rooni with a ye dy, of mixzed
. breed. This 1s t men an
'Never enter a sic in a State of
d perspiration,. as the ou-become
cool, your pores.. abs o not ap.
preach a contagtou with an
d empty stomach, noi' eon the sick
~.and the ftre, because at attracis
the vapor. Preventi preferable
I- to pills or powdeors.
Lat EVHRT COLOUBT) MAN REA) Tim.
Some days since a Oolored man was up be.
fore Mayor Noff, on some charge, and was
fined $20. At the Instance of a "rebel,"
who spoke well of the prisoner's characler,
the Mayor reduced the fine to $10, which
was all very proper. Theo prisoner had no
money, and, in company with a polieveian,
he called on a number of his Radical friends
to pay the fine, that. ho might be released
fron confinement, and resume his work.
Old "unolo" Anthony llowe was one to
whom he applic<l, but "unco" Anthony
'didn't. have a dollar." lis other RadicAl
friends, "without regard to race, color Or
previous condition," were just like "uncle"
Anthony 1iowe-they "didn't have a dol
lar." Finally, the poor colored tnan, dis
appointed and dishoartened, applied to one
of those -dl-n rebels," as (lie disuidonist,
are pleased to terin their betters, and lie
did have tle iioney I and not ofily had it,
but cheerfully paid the amount of thu flne,
and the colored man was released.
Lot every colored man read and ponder
these facts, adl he may then be aile to
determine who are his friends.- Wilming.
ton, (N. C ) Star.
Tho llairs are giving mCh Irouble to lhe
Radicals. A reported future ineeting of
(lie llairs and somtle of their friends at tle
residence of the older Blair, near Washiig.
ton, altracts nto little notice trot tle llidi
cal p'ress. These lilairs 'ire terrible follows.
The elder 1li:1ir is a long-headed old niviln.
and the two sonls are hold and dashing poli,
ticians. They gave Republicanism its vit al
ity ; but after it succeeded, the ultras anl
ignorant parti7ans got cofitrol of it, and
took it rapidly on the downward way to
ruin. Tis Blairs could not travel that.
road. They have never been known to be
passengers on that line ; and the Rta<dicals,
knowing this, show restlessness ind 'in
easiness at separating fro"n them at. tle
''forks of the road." The )ater fanilia. of
the lairs is said never to have been on tle
losing sido; and this fact very much con.
tro'ls betting upon a race political.
NoarI CAnOLINA StATP, CoNVENTION.
Our special dispatches from Raleigh bring
the glorious intelligence that the Democra
tio State Convention is a triumphant suc
cess. It surpasses our most sanguine ex
tations. Three thousand delegates, repro.
senting seventy-one counties, are in attend
ance-aniong them seventy colored dele
gates. New Hanover sends (the Banner de
legationv, and our own1gifted Cowan presides
over tle deliberations of such a body as
has not ile In Italeigh since the days of
Harrison, hard cider and log oabins. Read
the glad tidings from Raleigh, throw up
your hats, and give three times three cheers
for Seymour, Blair and Peace.- 1ihaingto,
Charles Morris, of 'l'roy, Ohio, who was a
Radical Senator fli that. stae. has coie out
in opposition to Grant and joined (lie )ento
oratic party. lie is a wan of great influ
ence In his party, which is now without. a
leader in Miami County, and the Democrats
now hope to carry the county, which hais
heretofore been Radical by frot 6O0 to
1000 majority. Several Hadical newspapers
in Ohio have also changed front and now
have the names of Seymour and Blair at
their head. And the cause goes bravely
Captain Isalah lilynders, of New York, is
taking an active part for Seymour and Blair,
and seems to have lost none of his old part y
fervor. In a speech tie other night lie said
lie advocated a peaceful election ; but at ihe
same tino lie gave warning that, "if fraud
should be attempted, lie would be one of Ihe
multitude who would literally take up arms
against the 'tyrant,' and by the bullet re
gaiu what had been lost unfairly by the
A MIsTAm---A friend of ours trav
eling through one of the rural pre-C
cincts of the country, a few days pr'e
vious to the election farce, rode up to
a farm and thtus accosted a tow head
ed urchin, who was seated upon the
top of the gate post:
"Bub, where's your pa ?"'
The little rob replied : "Pa isjust
gene down thern boyant the cow-sihed
to dig a grave to bury our old dog
Jack. The darned old fool killed his
self a barkini' at a radical candidate
for the State Senato. Boe you one of
Our friend rodo on.
The distress which at present prevails
in Englnnd among the poorer clergy ol
the Established Church, and among
their widows and families is saitd t*o be
very great and to demianid a much larger
amount of pecuniary aid thatn can be
furnished by the present.income of the
corjiorations or the Sons of the Clergy,
a society established to relieve their
wants. During the last nine months
about $95,000 have been distributed in
donations to poor clergy men, their wvid
owe and aged cingic unughbter, the re
cipients exceeding 1300 in nmber, and
applying frotm various parts of England
A JUDGE.-TheO Wilmington Jour.
nal, of yesterd ay, says:t
A communication was received in
North Carolina Senate on Tuesday
last, from Governor lloldun, puttittg in
nomination Col. Edward Cantwoll for
Jludgo of the Criminal Court of New
Colonel Canitwell is mainly notori
ouis for having worn the first secession
cookade ever soon on the streets of
ThEE PooR Sick Csx.-The New
York World says:
UThere are strained efforts to get.
up a cattlo plague. out Wes6d. Moat
wasneover so good as to-day, beef par
ticularly. Folks are no more in d an
ger from rtmp steaks than they are
from the Rump Congress happily ad
journed. Let use have peace."
Yes, and a "civil rights bill" to pro
toot the ox from the railroads.
PL Asso OIJT.-Violent Williamson,
late a shining light in tihe Virginia
Banjo Convention, has had a true bill
found against him for obtaining
money under false pretenoos.
He aspired to a judgeship, but the
penitnary will geth him. Sie sernper
What Is the difference between an
emperor and a beggar 1 The one is
sues manifestoos ; the other manifeats
toes without his shoe,.
Tl'u. A.ASIA DRArFT .-'I'ho New
York Post of Monday evveningsays :
Tiho draft, of $7,200,0o on accoint
of the Alaska purchase was paid thi.
afternoon at the Batik ol' Coinnierce in
gold coin cortilicates of' the donoinina.
tion of $5,000 oaoh.
NF%V CorTOr,-Tho first i>alo of
the nlow Crop of cottoni was received at
New York on Thursday of last, weel
frot Texas. It was clhssed as strict
iniddling, and sold at 35 eeiits per
pontud for export to laiverpool.
Am 1on1g the gifts toa nlowly muinried
piair. at a town in Now .1 r.4,-y the oth
cr eveninga,ws a bro"in enit to tht! haly
1ccompaItnied with the following tint i
"'1'his t rifling gift, accept f'rom ino.,
Its use I would coilmoid ;
lil sii1shiO a11e 1ie i'tb.ru.ly pat
.It 4itrms the otlier eid.!'
Where did Congress get at Ihori(y to do
elre tilnt any Ste skill wio cas its Ilt.
(oral voles for I'resilent and141 Vice-l'resi
dent ? No Jacobin Ii y aswred th i 0
quest ion. wtich lms Ibeen rept7 14lly av;ked
in Congress and ot.
Green neck-ties for gentheinen ale
coini1 g ito f ash ion.
IN11t. ioton : 'lease annone (opt. .lohn
Iiniatl as a Candidate for Tax Colletor of
Fi-licid District, and oblige,
L1 grades of Sugars, Cart)lin Rive,
soda, Creamn and mixed Crackers,Clicw
Chow Pickles, Haltinore 1.olden, Extia and
Chesapeake Syrup, and N 4vilsse;. Prime
Ieaf Lard, Liverpool Salt Wiiite Wine
Vinegar, (overnment Ligunaya and Rio
Coffee, Nutmeg, Spico and i;-rck Pepper,
by D. I. FiLNNIKEN,
Agi. for Anbrey & Co.
SILEI1 F4"S SA LEX.
Y 1 i nuo of iiSundry EXecul tions tOinme di
reeed, I will ofier for sal t Feirileld
Court Hlouse on tile first ItIondlay and lie
day following in Sept einber next, v hint the
legal houns of' sa'v, to 1tho highest hidder,
for Cash, . v following Real andt Perstinlal
IrpCrty. Purchasers to pay i'r titles tind
stamps. To wit:.
One tract of 300 acres, move or lei!, of
land in Fairlield District ia.j ,litig land(s of
1'. It. Mc Kinstry, Thuos. 31eI itt ry, T. C,
Sinith and estate cIo' Williain .\ott1--o
Carriage, two Wagons, one Ilise, one
Mule, one Cow atid Calf, one ykke of Oxell,
lot of stock Ilog. and Sheep, lt, of iote
hold and Kitchen Furniture, one sett lilc
smtith'S Tols and ta lot of Farming It'ivn
sils. Levied i on as th I eproIerIy (f Th oIt -
as SIlKinstry, at the suit of I. i. I lKin
One srac of 172 ace, moe or les, of
land in Fairtield lstriel, adjoining lans
of D. Y. Camaek, e.state of Johni ),IcGrady.
I1. E. Elkin and N. C. Ioberison. Levied
upon as 1he property of (. 1). Smnit I at. I he
suit of Thos. WV. Woodward.
One tract of 2.51 acres, more or lets, of
latd in Fairield District, adjoing lands of
.,esse .Wrick, Hlolly Robertson, Dickson
lobertson, D. Y. Cainck, esiate John Il
Urady and estato of Wi. (Jib,on-lwo
Iforses, two Mules, eight head Cattle six
head Iilogs, eight Sheep, sevenl (oats, liee
Wagons, one Carriage, lot. of' Planitiion
Tools and one lot lousehold and it'ci
Purniture'. Levie'l upon as the property of
Goo. D. Smith and Thos. C. Smiti at the
suit of Iios. W. Woodwad.
~3. F. 1).
Aitg. 7, 1868.
NE of Elder's Piut Class WASiIING MA
.CiiINES. Chteap for Cash. Apply at
CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELD
PUBLIC IN GENERtAL.
( 'IONTE ML'ATTNO removal on or about
) the tir'st, of October, to the NEWV
STOR1E, now underi conistruiction, in the
cntre of business, and furt heri to make
room for a hieavy FATLL AND) WINTERt
STOCKC. I ntow off'er the remtaincder of my
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK,
AT AND) BE~LOW COSTl!
The above offered stook consists of a comi
plo t ssortrment. of
Boots and Shoes,
Ilats and Caps,
and many oilier ar'tlolee too tnumteirous to
mention. 'This irare oppotunity is now of
Onae ?rnc. .A.11,
and hope you will avail youtrself of it, by
yalling to examine thesoe goods. You will
llnnd the priec to suit any anti everybody,
and you will be convinced that the cheapest,
goods eatn be bought at
ag1 'Agent for Mrs. S. S. WVOLFE.
Sucgar Carmed Ifims,
SEBLF RAISINOI FLOUJLl for making ihe
most doliciouis Bireads, Biscuit s, Putddinigs,
&oe. Without yeast or salt, with cold1 wator
or milk only--to be mixed when the oven is
hot and ready for hakinig, and for Cake,
Pastry, &c. Saving half thte ordinary
quantity of Butter and Eggs. Tis flour is
warranted wholesome and nutricious.
ivL A la ]:L: IrES,
&c., &c., &c.
r1int subscrier i, now prepared to firl
. . nish, repair 01 iiake to order all kinds
.Y 'atelnt C'lothm Washri will alwaYs lhe
onl lind,ki Ity ha,ve bieen thoroughly le'tl
f'mr [he lpa:t t welve '.n(Ou s bly thep p.ulil ,o
:in.l inl ll cases have given enitire :if.
0loll. 1i is simple inl it A 4o stiucl inil, dilralde
11t4 not liable.t o get out of tivlel, it will
w:slh Fix shirt or lhit bulk (it vt'lo,thet ill
five umillks it' lised according to irectiolls.
l ivilv tle citi.ens of Winnisbovo and sur
rolunding countrllY to Call anld v.,1amin1 mI
Iew ihn. Also tny Doulgh .11achine, tile
tire decided improvements ove- tle old me
IY, S!: I -ll- 'PEPEl1l ;l1 iN P ElIN .
Come:14 exminiviie my L,ibor Saving MIa
elhint.. nimt ..iv(. them a ait I trial, lind ifI
they do not give entire 4atist'a ion, reltirn
lhemllanly ltme within thirty daiys and11 1 will
i-111.l ihe m one11(ty. ti3 I wa.Irratit every Nla
%Vinnl,boro, S. C.
*Dorxill- a cbct os,.
Thi,; ik to cerflfy that wve are uisinig
Ider's 'ant P 'i l t h14)(Iles Wilsher: it is si-.,ple
tan1d nlot lialble to get out llof Order. We Can
recoim1iiiend it to ftie publi'. (o be a great
saliving ol, labor 111141 less inijiir1iouls to Ithe
vilthes (han1 thle (1h1ilmeithod of wiainig.
J 1lev (1I Bfelts. Witinsoro, 8 (, Mrs Dr
I I M !.lister, Winnsboro, S C, Mrs Sam
Stievensill, Fairtield District. 8 C. 'Mrs
Itohl INi-ron, Fairlield Distriel, S C, Mirs C
Keinely. (Istler, S C, lor .1 A 1iedy,
C'hester, S C, Mirs Calebllans ColuvoilA
S U, Mr's .1 1, Yongute, Columbit, S V, ('apI
S M, rh's. 8. It, Clowiey, Wililsbolro. S. C.,
11. W. Ili-ice, Pastor lopewell Cliirh.
Ill illinil lring tle shelvillg, and
Iltakilig ahbitiols to 0111' Store for
the 1Fall trade. Nilr. iugon will collmencil
ahoum the first of1 Septeiler. Inl oriler to
hnve as much room as possible, we offer oir
Boots and Shoes,
lats and Caps,
1%Tor Y O'R~ CY.ost
It U 1. (! At N II .
llargaiis wvill bo offered. Cill and see.
. IA DD O S110.
DRUCAS, MEDICINES, &C.
We ire constantly receiving
fresh adtions of linie
which we olfer ati Columbia prices. All
AM 1 willing to allow miy wife (lie solace
of miy hiomei, miy childrenI that grooet
ime wit h so muliCh joy, whIo have climbed my
knees to plerfo4rmI their lbile ofices of teni
derneiIss and al'ections, to be placed in such
a situlation of distress in the0 way of mlaking
somie certain provision for tl:emi, (lie means
for' doing wichl aro now withlin miy reachl
lBring yourself ser'iousbly to reflect on tile
subject and tremble at thie responilbility of
your ail'ections, if you (10 not, aipply at onIce
to I te undersigned and halve your life in
suredeu ill the be'st Comipany, "'Eqitale Life
IltsuriancLe,"' 92 Biroadwily, N%ew York.
S"lh inle wn.1 mayI! lie isure4d if SurgIfeon's er/ifi
rate0 isd prI9j11rIy sind: andl1 if theyi arie piolite
JOll01N P. MATrTEWVS, Agent.
Rmuiniixes. -Ueon. Jon li ratiton, HI. .
Elliott, SamI'l. CathIcalt, E. J. Means, Rt. A.
lIerrion, J1. A. Ilrie.
JOHN MoINTYRE & 00.
W I'av ut received a fresh supply of
VE C00ltllE8 whic.i will be sold low
for CASIl--consisting of
100 bushels of Corn, No 1 CounItr'y Fl our,
barrels, hal f-bairrelvi andl kits Miackierel, N os.
1, 2 and 8, English Dairy Checese, Suipeior
B'rewn Soap, Mixed PIckles, Canned Oys.
ter's, Wino ,Cakes, Lemon Novety Cako i,
F"renih M ts ushtr, Crockery, lIaisins, Nuts,
alt kinds, Fresh Cocoa Cream, Fig Paste,
Assorted (Candlest. Also Ladies' and Geon.
tleen's Shoes, (home manulfactuiro,) Yephiyr
Puff', "Hero's Your Mulo" and 11ill Arp
Smoking Tobacco, Chewing Tobacco, So,
gars and many ot.her articles too nutmo
ronus t.o mention.
THE VERY BEST,
F (liST QualIty, New Flour, for salo by
THIOMPISON & WOODWA RD,
BACON I BACON I I
1000 l'OUNDS juist received, and for
1 wi salo low for the CA 81.
MolNTYREk & Co.
$1.75 PER MONTH to selu the NA
MACiIINE. ThIs Maohilne is equal to the
standard machInes In overy respeoo, and Is
so1(d at thio low prIe of $20. Address NAw
TIONA L SEWING MACHINE 00., PItl.
inl-Ito theoA'Wentdion of, the
TO T11ll) 1\l(t'll STOCK OF
Iiieh they are
And whil comprises nearly
Needed by the peoile in
Their ulbject is to do strictly a
Th11at will induce aill persni to
BUY FROM THEM.
W. Ml. N-ELSON,
-)000 ,11. 1CAo,\ h pil
1000 lbs. Bacon, (clen of rib,)
IH 11143Aii 1,11ML COW,lE ,
11 and cx11ra I sugar
81gar C'utred 1fains.
k LOT OF? ILAUSERS CELE11-RAT1--:1
CORN AN 1) RYE WI 11 1li m .
aP1 "8 WV. M . NE LSO(N.
D. R. FLENNIKEN,
(A3L. for Aubrey & Co., Daltimore.)
No. 1 Couniry Cured nlls
New York cGoldeln Syrup,
Prime Leaf Dard.
BEST R10 0OFFEE'
DRIED APTLES and I'EACHES,
Just Received by
JOllN McINTYRE & CO.
Q Ud Al C (oflee, Mla es T" 'ea, Cuandles
s)Starch, son p, Yinlegar, Powder, Shot
heCad, &ft., &c. .Just rece(ived bly
K'T'CIlJN, McMASTERt & DRIICIE.
RULE TO PLEAD.
State of South (Carolinia,.
IN T H E COMMbON PILEA H.
tiartin L. IlraswelI, bearor, vs.C. McCiena.
WIIEll K AS the Pinu iflf did( on the0 t wen
Sy--seventh day (11f At i~il, A. I). 186i8
ilo his dclation 02 againust. 112 hoDfenidn
whio, (as it is said) isabsont from and1( wvi tou
he !mailsR of this S1ta1o, and14 has neiihe
rifeno 1a2fttorney known: within the samn
21p0n whiomi a copy a copy of the said do
hiratIon might be servedh.
Itl ihorofore Orderedci thati tho said( Do
'endanIft do0 appoer antd pleadi to theo siU
leciarationi on or beforeo he twenity-eightl
hay of A pril, A. 1). 1869, other'wise finIal and
bsoiltlejudgment will thien he given and
warded for the Plaitif f against him.
S. Ii. CLOIINEY, C. C. 1P.
loerk's 001oo, Fa';irflold D)istrict.,
A pril 27th, 1868.
PE~AS, AND RICE.
IIDURIIELS of Cow Peas, justreceived
JOHN~: MoINTYRtE & CO.
!'UIOICE lot Daceon Sides,
J Extra Pine Shoulders,
Prime Loaf Lard,
and Extra Syrup,
Crushed, A. B. C.,
Extra ( Yollow,
-and Birown Sugar,
Refined and comonlll1 Petroleum,
Finest (hun Po4wdler and1
Cirean Iysora Te'a and b)est,
PhIilade'phmia All in pint bottle.
Liver'pool Salt. and
Choico Carolina Rico.
Aonf, for Aubrey & Co., Blaltimore.
Purifies the Blood.
Clharlot te uil S. C Iailroad.
ON an1d after this date, tIe Tri114 Oyer
this Itoad will in as fOows:
PAS:NGEt TIAIN NOlTIL
Lenve Coltiiita 4.15 p ra
S W ililsboro, G. ) ) l
"9 'Ie t er, 8.(t0 p lit
Art-ive a chialotte, 11.00 p 111
G;M Ni SOUT.
I.eave ('lu te, it.85 p I n
2.1 a iti
'' Winishor, ,1.A) aI it
.\rrive at ('0lumbi;a CIA. I l
A N A C 011) VlT IN Tu AIN WI .. 1 N A Ilk,st. -
.olIny-. Wedineihtys and Friday.",
.onve 'olilnilia, 7.100 a mi
Wiilbot-o, 10..15 a n
"Che1ster, IA 1) yn
Arrive at Chalt A..5 p li
.TuC8sdays,s Thiursdays1 and Saturdlays.
Leave C'harot e, 6.00 a Im
" h'et, 10.10 a i
" Winsboro, 1.10 P i
A rivea Cl i o llijbia, .5 0-1 i
sOIu,ru CARO1NA lRAILIOAD
(i:srnu. Si il:l:INn:NIIKN'' Ora:m,
Charle,,iston, S. '., Alarci 26, 1868.
N ind afffer Snid:iy, Simch 29th, (ho
Pas,seln.l. TrIns1 onl Ilhe Smuth "aro-01
ima ilivad will ri n- follows, vIz
.av vo (a rileston, 6.40 a il
Arrive ait Aligiv.4la, 3i.30It ilm
I.eave lial-leslon, 7.30 p i
Arrive at Algu-.ta, 6.-15 a i
I,eave Charleston, ;. 0 a m
Arrive at C lut,011 bin, .31 1 y it
Lenv 1 ('hl init, 5.10 p il
At rive lit (:Ihilhil, 0;.21) a it
LAeave Atigusla, 6.00 a t
Arrive at (Chm11-leston, 3.10 iml
Leave A ngust a, 4. 10 p in
Arrive at Cha1t leston, ,1 00 a i
Lpave Colimbia, 6.00 a il
Arrive It Clit Hler(loin, I.10 1pm
l,avo Cohiibia, ,.:0 p il
ArrivO nt Charleston, 5.:0 a In
81UM.11l-:AIVI LL, TRlAIN.
Leave Cuharlest ol, 8.101)112
Arrive iat Suiicrville, 5.16 p im
Leave.Sume likerv illv, 7.20 a i
.\rrive I t Cim-lesion, 8,;3 it a li
CAM lEN IHANCII.
On Mo!ap,Weducedlys and Nminn
l"Alvo hlin.. %ille, 2.20' 1)li
Arrive l i den, 5 00 p li
heave Cin,1n0, i>.10 it im
Arrive at. Kllng ville, 7.-1% a lm
1 I. l. I'ia 1.8. Gen'l Sutp't.
Di II, 1E I C I NESN, &C.
%SSI-,Nci'' (IlNUEAZ, (lelatHine, E::'u.
l I iL on, All-s. Wilslow'sSootiing Syl.
11p, DM-1 -hW3 ltemedyl), liluland114'2 NIlagllV.j
ilostee0's IMItPVrs, Caisayll, hItters, kodn,
Creami Trllter, Corn Stairch, Parina, A%-iow
Rllt, Allcock' - Pol011 Plasters, Queen's
Deli"ht, &C. .1ist recolved.
K I1T('l IN, 1e01ASTElR & BR0ICH.
DRE ISS (00WD8, &c.
J A 1)1 lI' D)11 MS G(8))1, Printed Mus.
J Iins, riganidies, Swiss, CaIniiC, Ja
col.l0s, Iligh1inhams, Calicoes, 'aiud and
81tilped I mlinmespuiIi.l, L, C0lois, Cutlon
\ arn, Table Lillen, CaS."ilnievos, C0t0o110ade,
Lad1ties' and (lintemen's Shoes, Broganis,
&U., Sc. Jut received.
k ITCrll rN, Ame.N\ASTI-lt & 111IML,
F A itR F1 E LI) D s' TR itu'T .
*IN Til: 0t)t(iN P'r,EAS.
Nancy ilk.,, vs. ID. C. Boyle, Attachment.
Wv li El iA S th aim itli d111 id on th 2Gth~
th1.o Otelber, A. D). 1867 iille
hierue delaa lion aIgaiinst lhi D iefendanti 1 who,
(as it 1i said) is absenctt fron am11 i whhoit
the limits ofthi.s, State and11 has1 neiliber wife
nlor latto (rney kno1wnU wvitini (tho 81amo1 11pon
whom a copy of tho said declaration might
It is I lherofore' ordtered (11ha lie said( D)o
fonidiant (do appearitl and ),ioad to (ho said
declartio ontI or' bofore thie 27thI day of' Oc.
rober1, A. 1). 18(38, o1lhorWIi fintal andit abia
801lu10ojudgmenoat, wIll 110hen be iven) and1
aiwar~ded for 11h1 Plainitl' against himl. *
8. II. C,0W Ni.EY, C, C. P,
Clerk's Otlice, Fairtloid D)istrict
201th Octoberl8t67 ctf. 20 lefltmly
- RU I.l TO LEA 1),
Shato ol' South C2arolina,
FAIR FIBE LD DI1STRIcT,.
IN Tilt: CO3MMON I,HAS,
0. A. 11111 (for anlother vs. J. C, C. Feastor,
1118A (ho PlaintIff'did on thme sixth
daly of Juno11, A. D. 1868 file his doolia
ration agoainst tho Defendant who, (as It. is
said() is absent fiom and1( without the limnit
of this 8tato and has neoither ife 11or attor'
nioy known within the 51a(no uipen whom a
copy of the said( doolaration migt be sorv
IL, is I herefore Or'dorod, tha~t Lthe said Do
fondant dto appear and plead to the dechara
tion on 01' before thie eighith day of Juno,
A. 1). 1869, of hertwise final and( absiolutoe
judtgmecnt will then be0 given and awarded
f'or (ti'hPlin(iff agai flt. him. ..1'
Clerk's Oflice, Fairliel istriut,
PEAS! PEAS !!
A LOT of' While P'eas, and Cow Pens, Jua6
Lrecelived and for sate
RULE TO PLEAD.
Staite of Sottth Carolbia.
IN TiH CoOMON PLRAs.
I.. Foster & Co., #s. James1U. Ashiford--AL
W IIl(EA Who Plaiiniff did en the 284
dly of Jutne, A. D., 1808 filo his do
elaratiton againist the Deofendant whoe, (as it
is said() Is absent fromi and withoutI the
limits of tils Stato andi has neithier wife
nor uittornoy known within the Sanmo upon '
whomli a copy of the said declaration might
1t. is thorefore ordered,-ihat thie said 1i.
fondant die appear and plead to the said do.
claratlon on or beCfore (lie 2dth day of June,
A. D). 18IM, other wawe natal and absolut6
jiudgmonti will thien be given and awarded
(0o' the Plaintiff against him11.
8. B. CLOWN I8Y, 0. 0. P.'
Cierk's O001ce, Fairfield Dilstrict,
June 28d, 1808,