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WA5SIiNGTON, Septe;nber 22.
Surrnit's counsol ot, forth i the aluisly
in his defenco, claiming satfety for Sirrat
under that. elnuse pardoning all who were
nt. then under indict nelit for Ireason or
felony, in ainy court of tie Unlited Stites,
having comnpetent jurisdiction. Counsel
claim that nurralt. at that iino, was mnder
indictment for murder at common law
and not for treason or feloity, aifd, onlse.
quently, Is entitled to the benefit or the
proclamation. Prosecution demur and ilho
trgument Is progressing.
Dutler, yesterday, tiled papers lit the
Ilouse, regarding the Korberly suit, claim.
Ing it was a breach of his privileges as a
uember or the flouse.
Internal revenuo receipts to-dny $171,
The it l plen ll (lie Surratt Case wia
nIl day, and will be renewied to.
lie Pritlie Uns a ditmn ich front Atl ant a,
regarditig (he Camilli aflair, staling that
('olo.el 'ierce was dangerously shot, and
laptainl Mrlilphy badly hrt. Tle oflicial
accounti placo the niimber of killed and
wounded at fifty.
WAsnixoTox, Sept. 20.
1. B. Armistead, the disbursing agent of
(lie post office, has absconded. His no
counts are short from $00,000 to $100,000
WASHINGTON, September 21.
A nolle proseqi has been entered Oil tie
murder Indictment of Sarratf. Ilis cout
eel make a special plea (liat the second
Indicmntent was barred by the anminesty pro
claiation, snbsequently to which it was
Internal reventuo receipts te day $100
Hill and Miller. Senntors elect from
Georgia, are here. but did not present (heir
aredeinmls.-iaving received information
tihat (lie presentation would open tlhe ques
(ion of Goorgia's alleged violation of tie re
C-8t1UCtiOnl ICts, in expelling Ilegroes. and
tlint present representaiion imight lead to
tatimate delay in admission.
WaSHINOoN, September 24.
Surratt plead the statute of limitation of
J.199. -h1'ho argument is progressing.
This last plea was potent, and Suratt is
Prominent gentlemenit are here from Vir
ginia, consulting Wii biih iaries tegard.
ing tlm electoral tiekei in Virgiiii.a They
are answered that lie Coinstituion provides
for this matet, and thero is n, law of Cou
gross against any State choosing electors.
Lieut. Beecher, killed by the 1idians, is a
don of l1enry Ward liecher.
Politics was not discussed in the Cnhinet
Tuesday. The Preiden. hiiving had no no
tilicatiln of Monday's session, will Lot te.
cgwre it; constequtentig, appointments
anlmile during Ihe rece-8 st1i hold goot.
The adminmsration will (alu to net ion il
Geoming matters. Meadd will be governed
by previouo orders.
VABINGON, Septtmbtr 23.
The Argtmrent oit tle special plea in the
Surratt.case is Ytill progressing. Riddie,
for (lie prosedition, a;gies (hAt fhe Act of
Ongre.s of January 19, 1807, nillifies the
President's amnestying power -; atd ftrther,
that In the proclamation, it is patent that
Stirratt wns wit hin its except ion.
Nothing otficial trom Maine. The resilt
Will not variy 'tuoh fronu 18,600 lepublican
LATKlt.-Jtldge Wylie Sustnie (1he pn
tency of the Piesident's amnesty procima
lion. but re*jected the speal plcn, syiag
It does not appeat', ftom le fecoi-d, that
the prisoner went to the enemy, or that he
,committed treason, and, therefore, he does
-not.-.come. within tile proclamation. The
9ffqiio is a iiisdeameanoir, and is not cover
el by 'the.iorms of tile proclamation. lIe
for those reasons. sustained Iia demurrer.
Tho' deoNe asked leave toamend their
lea, aud the court adjourned.
0eneral Reynolds has reports from Aus
(Is, Texas, that r, detachment d his daval
ry. front Fort Davis, overtook 200 [udians,
killed 30,.wouunded 30, rescuaed two camp
tite3s, captumfed 200 animals and destroyed
an Indian camip nnd winter suppheti.
Interntzl revenue r'eceipltg, to-day, $263,
WVasusorosa, September 25.
The dielegationa from ihe Alabamla Legis
Iatui'e, hetrtded by the Governor, aire here to
request thle President to send troops to
Alabama tar thue preservation of' order In
'@ere was a full Cabinet. meet ing t o-day,
with~ the exceptIon of Evarts and Brown
Offieial advices from (lhe recent Indian
tight ini Kanens have been recnived Lieu
tenant Beecher is dead. dolon~eil1orsythe
is wounded, de rtortedn. D'r. Moore is
enertally wounlded.- Shuothian reports tihe
ptlrty,all riglet, thaoughm setrotnded by In
dians; and that they can held( oust, having
plenty of ammunuit ion, mules and provisiom.s,
Several columns of troops are (on the inarcht
to the scene of operationis, aftd it. is thmoughit.
that the ladia will be severely punish
T ogrinisioi in Georgia.
AUGUS-r,. September' 21,
A fearful :1ot occurred at CaiilTh,- Coun
ty site of Mitchell COunt,y, Georgts, on
Satturday last. The followting partieulars
'are telegraphed from Nainbridge, twenty.
foa' uiles fromi the scene of riot:
Pieree, the radio it nomIanee for Congress,
and Mu'phiy, tin ex Burreau agent, wIth
aboutL 200 ,segree, n'ried and equipped,
eAfrted for 4.Inailie on ."riay,- with three
'yreeks? prodleo nd 6oles of new arms
aeoouttqi't: ttiefe attention being to
overawe 'the cIt Isse- strt till- thle lead'ing
Dlemoctats of (lie town andi vicinttg. IRefore'
starIting, a,fiendly -negro exposed t heir
plans,ppd dtespatohed- a negro courier'to
Camilla to Inform (lie citixens what, was
going oni. A deptntlon dt thiree prossInoiat
citiz/enms met the snobarChlsa (huro4, five
miles from town, wind tiivd: tive ilofernot's
, ocia mIJon, dieneming and -forbidding
(lMeidt rgaiziations, for thmeir benit, The
mob paid no at tention, buit detrmned to
snaroh on theo town and kill whom thoy
shiose Twice moro time defhufefloW em5on.
otratedl, entreatinig the negroes todo9 In
withou~t arma and thmey elhruld not. lbe mo'
Iestgd, Thelr e'for's, hlowevel', wO?o frwit'
iess, and the mob marched iito town with
baiinors glying and drm'mls heistIig-nhtimiber
ing nonrly 400, a great tmany having joined
en thie route. Thie mob hlatte1l nnd elthoi'ed
for the bleed of a muan namodi Johnis..
Johnos, In company with D)i. Twitty, pre.
echted himself,- whmen a ih'n'dred' gnus were
leveled n i em. The former, being itatoxi
cat ed, firedn, mnnd (lie i-ot c'ominiteed,-..thie
mob firIng at esery eo theoy dOnta sce.-..
- Tho m9i) .wae vigoroiusly W1t'(aekedl and
dri'n nbae.k, beatln1 a hasty ret reat',- .which
p l'ied flyo ml sing thlty oe ined
andfnany *otnd6d. The total loas, as (ar
as isoertainet, bllig fm'on seventy lio ro
100 an killed and woutnded. Owing to thed
licl amoeng thie mob,-enly dlve whites war.e
sevomrely wopandede The~ ioloted eitixens'of
time town are reported 19 hto railled pr,onpty
I wIth the -whites' in d~'ating (lie nb
'hr stiree an.d liri idnp te eayatUre.
amott#ting' ja thvge~ ekse' owovisIon dod
-boxes 'dr arniu At In,aI-.-,:.ua Cua'mil
F010-1r.ss MoNHOIC, Sept. 22.
Tho steamer Charlestoii, from New
York ot, C harleston, has arrived, disa
bled she sails againi to-morrow.
lI,TIMOl-..i, Se'pt. 22.
e10 G rand Iodgeo, of Odd IO-lHows
elecled ."d ward D. Panl-nvlWorti, of'
Nashville, Grand Sire; 1re<lerick 1.
Stuart, of theit Distilet of Columbia,
Deiptty Grand Sire; Jarnes G. lidgely,
Secreta.iy ; Joshlitta Yanisant, Treasurer.
JI:-s.:Y CITY, Sept. 22.
Orchards & Vrer.planck's oil reiniery
explodt-d to day, killin1 Iwo and fititlh1
NFw Voiti. Septeiber 22.
Tie Board of Alwermen lave voeild re
ceftion to Ven. .'chilan, in tile Geveni1
6r'S room1i, Onl Iis arriva'la.
A manss heeting wias helb iihis even
iog, on Capitol Square; abot! 1,000 negroes
p,reselt. Speecelt-s wero 11nde, declaiimy
want of 6011 fideice ill tile liepbtilbiaill ')tie
Cefential (omm1itteo, 1a n"it heilig in fi.lrb. of
justiOO c 11141 CIual. ViIlS 10 all. SvV.T l I
white and Colored speakers address liet
crowd, denouncing carpet-baggers; asse'rl- i
ing Ilhat Ihey ar-e needy I oliticianls, who li:A 11
Como 10 Virginia to make a living off (h1,
blacks. The case of fhn negroes ill the U
Georgia L-gislaturc was brought up as a
warting. The black speakers were pani I icu
larly severe on carpet brgders, tallig them
(irly trash and rcounmlieis, anl cha''ging
them with intending to betray ite blacks.
Coi.umi.%, ept ember 21.
The Senato to.-day sipended for six
months, Leslie, for alleged conltempt.
FoRT WAL.ACIE, September 24..
Colonel Forsythe, with fil'ty nMen, is
hemmed in -by a large number of In
diatis, ninety niiles North of' thi ri
placo. Colonel Forsythe is wotmdeld
ill the log and hip. * Lieut. Beecher
is fatally wounded, hoctor Moore
was shot inl the tile head, while
dressing Forsythe's wounds. At last c
accounts, the party bh1d sixty--ive
rounds of annnunitio, nlnd were for.
tifyiig. Troops are moving to their
CuAnrs-ro, September 20.
The Br'ainird llou:e, Water Gap, Dela
ware, was robbed on the 25th, Thomas
,1rainard, the prolpriefor, ind his brother
'lheodore, purstled anld CAm1e0 upon tlie rob0.
hers. A tight eisoel, in which Theodore
Wa1s shot dead, anid l'homiias severely wou1nd.
ed. Thle inihabitanI'S turned out and capturn
ed tile c-itinals, who barely escaid
'ynehitig. They are tow in the hands of
Gov. WaI 1monit1, of Louisialla, has vetoed
the negro equalify bill.
An unknown man commited suicide, in
Ilh mos4 horrible matni, neat' Waverly,
New Jersey. lie was _walking oil the rail. c
raad track, near that place, and. when tie
train approached, deliberately tirew him
self betore 111e engine. lie wats, of -:oirse
torn to pieceti. l is remains wete literally
shoveled together and carried away. Noth -
ing was fouind among the torn clothing by
which h could be identiied.
Patal ilot in Now Orleans.
Ntw OtLaYs, September 23.
The trouble, last night, originated from a
man on the sidewalk shonting for Seymour
and Blair, as the rear of the radical proces
sion passed, shouting for Grant and Collix.
Tho tiegr,.es in lho procetsion rushed for
lie shoWdtr for Seymour, whc took refuge
In a confectionary, corner of Canal and
Bourbon streets. The attendAnts commeine
ed closing the doors, when (lie negroes de.
nmolished tlie glass windows and doorvs An
indiscriminaste firing thlen commened;e' the
tnegl'a Rs hien ran, biut leturnei(d, whienI they
became invo vekd in a row iih a piartion of
a white cluib. Suvrn'l of the hlter were
lutte. The whit e club were ulnar'med, ex.
ept witht thiri torches. The negroes
spread thlrough thle secoind dist rict, leamol
ishing the inudowvs of the confecmioniary
cor*ner of Itlnpart and St. Peters streets,
which t hey also at tempted to set fte to,
pointm'g oil frem their torches ov'er the
wood-lvork, iaAdi setting fire to it. 'fhio
building was sirved4 by thie titmely arrival of
policemen. Oneo neg?o' killed so fart as
ascertatined ;a nittnbr of bethI colors
wountded. It is stated tri;tt several psolice.
men01 were slightly injured. lit Hflloiu
nual :rcitemtent thia morning.
A decree has been issued, accepting GIon.
gales Blravas' resignation, aund naming (Gen.
,Jose Conchia, P'resident of the Council. lie
has not yet fortmeid hi miity.
This miorrimtg's Orten l' uncmtedi that a
revolt htad ocetirred at C.adiz, 14A the Sav'i)le
Glover'nment. hadi formed the armiy into
tbree great divisions, conmprising Catalonia,1
Castile and Andalusia. lunder Genoe. Pezndia,
Mlantel Con6ha an.d ' Non'leihes. 'Tlho-so
generals deolde'l to attaek the insurngents in
the rural districts. Thle comnmandlant. of
Mldrid, forbids the assemblages in the city.
A provismonni governmenit lies bteen fornied
breatville, with Espcet'o, as Pr'esiden't.
The stretigth of the inisutrgensts is 14,0001
soldiers, J5.Ot 0 suailoirs and eleveti ships of
war. The revolt pmrogrecsses at all- points.1
Isabell'a left 8'ari sebstian, at miidntight of
the.21st, for Madrid.
idsAoN, 8celener 2'3.
Monthensier is prepared to roturn'l to
#'Ants, Sep,lomber 23.
A. French fleet 1s-under ordetrs to sail for
Spain, to protet French cit-izens.
Totegrams comnim the risig in Southern
i1.6 17; it s asset-ted that Frtaneis II, ec..
King of 8lily, Is the. Instigator of the ris
bladrid Is quiet. Tile Quteen, finding the
roads in posseisi of the enemy, was cor.
pelled to- return to St. Schastlanm. 'l o
rebels overywhlere are' prtoclaiming Espar't '.
-.f,oNt'r0, f ept elor 2I.
Bravo-'a hSpaish.AinIster, who necet
iy resigned, hal fled. 'rho Queen is nit si.
Sebn;stlan'. ~The road lieing .itnfested wit hi
revolttionist s, preven'ttr hien retrh '.. e.
lial law hasl been lWoolaimned l g pa'n....
Generials Prim ani.h Deroda, at tile head o'f
th'9 hansrgents, are niatroh iing.on t he ca pi tal.
.LaoNDoN, Sopt. 10O.
afEo ad'viccs stt tingt after' a
shoa'p fihmt in :$ntatider, theo insttr
nea pail 1iy tr@g on ille sea
board. VTWOo royt. regImenits sent
8@o0t8t Cadzg se 'reOptted .to bayo
8op j 0;Sept. 26.
Rusir a .o eneyk
with r46 aand Pii i bard,
habb IrekeJ .t
The G rand Duko is rafe; tho crow
vill also probably be saved.
P)ARnI'S, So pt. 26.
The Spaish iiows is moagro and fat.
-ors tie 0overntenlt.
Re-Assembling of Congr -ss.
WAsiINUON, September '.
ili Rouses have agreed to adjourn frromi
o-dany to Ilie Iflih of0etober t froii 1hat to
he loth November, and 1rom that, to the
isI Mnday tilceciher.
L.,iftit.--Tiere were no Detr.ocratie mem
>Is inl the llouse to Iaty. The aldiourning
Vsolutit oll passed wit hout ia call of tle yeas
tid tnys. subiisequetit proceedinigi shiowed
hat there was less (1h:in a qu11otu poreset-,
ui hm previovis ac lit was iegid nAt
In the 84-1n11te. ir. Ilektlekae carried tlie
Ail'i.ling resuluifionl, by Voting nnsy-his
-oiee mikiud a quorn. Objection was
1'014.d t) the floise nctilng wilho it quo.
11111, hut it was finlidly decel ill-it lihe
lotise was resp-n.Sile for1 its nwo teti.:.ns
ATI.ANTA, G.., September 25.
The hf 1 otganize m d Call into service
h 1 m liil 1114 bivit derefea d i il loih6 1 lieo .
s.Tho ilow::e refimed to reconsider lthe
.ll ameldling If,! ConstiIIution so as to
oiove Ile cApital to Milledgeville.
Both IHouses have agreed to adjourn O.
Nr w Oini.nA, SeplOlInber 25.
ThC Senate yesterday inmtalled a negro
not vected) in tle place of Reuben White
whilte), elveted senator f'om1 Cathto coui
y, bi decila4red infl igible.
A bill was irroJueed inl the Senate 6y
Ir. I.acon aimendliig the registratiol In%s
o as to require nily lie oih prescribed
'Y tle Constitution, and defilling lie pl,w.
ts of rgitars It was rend twice, and
ut for Monday. If passed it will insure a
It was slat eL in ic Se'nat'S'g 'tlie ljoard
f legiMIruJ iiV iad arrogated to itsell the
ower to su lpleelt th1 reg.siration laws
nd added provisi.iis which lie Senait 1 had
-jected. A Comn,"i ee of ive was uppoint
it to ilvestIigate lie matter.
New York Market,
Ni.:w Yo<, Sept. 26,8 P. M.
Cotton firm ; sales 900 bales; at
ClI sfI:l'Am Se-p1. 26.
Cotton in demand and stcady ; sales
00 balcs-inidliigs 22,}.
Livimom, Sept. 26.
Cotton soiewhat, firmer, with sales
f 12,00 baies.
THEI IVUE' WEST Fll, F'31A1if
Hil Winter Session opels Onl
. Monday, the 5thI of Octo
er. The Pun:ilty ihie samte its
ast year. A ftul College is ex
It %TES OF TUITION.
)rimary Depart ment per session, $10 00
cademilic " " " . 15 00
olleginto ' ' i 20 00
lusie, Piano, " " 24 00
"se of Piano, " " 2 00
4onlilngeit Fee, " ' 1 00
Oriivmiitalbnehi at I li loweat vn!np.
No extra charge for Lautin' or F?rench, Or.
Toen! MIus ic.
lIo-irding SI 2 a monthI. Washing and
d ibutium $2 50 pet' mlonith,
lue West is in A hheville 1)istrict, four
uiles from Doinald's D)epot, on the Ureen
illeo & Combia lBail roadh.
REsY. d. I. IIONNEII,
sept) 26-*l President.
Shool for Young Ladies.
V IN N SJ30RO' , 8. C.
1 EI undersigned, assisted by
. compI ceet ladies, will open
school fir Y'oung I.niehs ini
V'innibor'o, next Januarty, att thle -
ut diing former cly occupied by
lie fev. .. ii Stney's school. The terms
C tuuiion htave been placed very bow, to
uit. thea impoverished condition of thie is
rict, biut mast. be invariably pnil, qumard cr
y, in advance. Pupils must also enter for
he entire session.
MBiS. O. R I1LA CKWETT, will have charge
if the Musical Departmient.
Rates per .Seasion of' 'I'wenQg lleeks.
t'rnmary lDepartment, (littlo boys
ma,y also enter.) $10 00
ntermediate Departmnent, 16 00
lher D)epartment, 20 00
Iusic, , 18 00
No extra charge for L4atin and F'reAch,
u4 I woul prefer to teach one or both of
htem. BENJ. R. STIIAILtI',
Il@ Should parents outside of Winnsbo
o dasiro to send their daughters, tey are
equestled to addlress me before the 1st
annary. 1. .
AN ENIf'RELY NEW STOCK
NO OLD GOODS?i
IlIh~ uiniierafgW~ed' offeoau t'6 ulVn pntt'16 A
reish anid NE W .iTOUC 01? OO(dI8' D; atll
t ore recently ocouphhl by J, II. Propst,
mad'fortoerly by Elliott & Co.,
io.- 4 IBANYK RANOGE.
The stoek, conals lng- .of assorted .
Wil be oflered at:extr ime1 *(93 Pr'es.
The pulblo paro'tespolfy) invited to call
dx nomy stok A.rhsing,
Winusboro Prices Current.
WiNSHono, 8. C., Sept. 29.
AXES-Colins ficavy, $2.00
I .C.. 1.60
At /, A'-philadtelph in, 2-1
Import ed, 33
IIA CON-Shoulders, 17
Rtib. Side.4, 18
Clear " 19
BAiU( U/NU-(tany. 12 in. 27
1101rneo, -11; 28
N. York, 24 30
J a va, -14)
CA N/)LES-Tallow. 15
A damail),' 2."'
Sperml, p.urv, -15-.f
W'nt, tol. 61)
('//A*A*W.,'-|--E, Dary, 25
Dary, j:u tI
'itie Apple, 32
11im Enigh"li, 410
N. N,. Extra, 1I;.0j
Count rf, 7.01) r. cwt
9U.-A.YO -Peruvi:in, Il fio ! ia
Ilhosphat e, U:, fit
IROX-Bar 8@6 10
L,IQUOUS-.\pple Brandy, 2.75
Peach t " 4.00
french (Otord) 7.50
4 ('inet) 10.01)
" Ilen'sy 16.0)
lun, N E. 3.00
Gin, American, 2.75
'. gch.mpp"' 4.5 p i.
"' Cologne, 2.00
JMOLASSI'S-West India, 50
New Orleans, 1.20
McA CK.I.eh-No. 1 bbl. 28.00'
Nits, 3 00("l.00
N.- lLS-: 7 ta 8
RtICA'-- RJ.0( e.10.40
. 1L., 14~
T A- 1.50(i.2 60
R. I SIXNS -25950 0
S.- , T.--- 0
U . 11 I", GO
St?A P'-H OmIn, '; 7
Yellow Bar, 10
SUGA US-Cuba, 12A
P. 11. 14~
N. (., 17
St iurt C, 1 4
h A, 20
Sqluare Cut, 24
Lill1' A.Xt ra', 25
TOBJA CCO- Pitig, bo 41.00
D. A. 7 00(,. 3.00
ianoking, 50)(,ij 20
title dut, 1.A0 ioz.
IVl;,'G A Rl--, I yle, y
White Wine, 1.0)
1VIN/]S'-Maligt, but. 70
Andeira, . 1.1MY
Extra P 8. 2.01)
luter, lb. 25
Beer, lie. 1
Corn, bu. .;0
Eggs, doz. 16
ilaty, lhd.- S,
I ard, lb'- 25
Muttin, 16. 1 2
Onits, bu-. 70
Peas, bu-. 1.00
Pork, lb -19T
Pontatocs, bu1. 1.6(0
Shucks, lond 60
Tallow, lb. 1
Wood, cord 20
Bill for Injuncfilon, to Marsliel
Assets---SelI Lands, &c.
Blenjaini Perry, WI~uuhI Perry, Admurs.,
vs., Johni Perry, Alex. Matision atnd
wife and others.
lIN pursuanice of an order of sale made in
this caso by lIhe Court af Equity, at
Lanonster Cour. I outse, .lune Terni, 1808.
[ will offer for stale at. public out. cry to te
highest bidder, before thte Court Ilouse, at
Winnaboro, FairfildW istrict, s. C., on the
first Monday In November next, all thtat
piece, parcel or tract of land described in
the pleading., belonigto'(J ifr st ate of
John FOett, de1ded'. Containing
miore or less, known as tlie P'enf Plantation,
lying and situnt.ed inm the District of F'air
field on te waters of theo Catawha River
and adjimng lands of Edward P. Mobley,
(Knox Pickett, James Jones, estate l'addis of
Col. N. Peay. This P'lantation is *ell'dapt
ed to the culture of cottov, eoran mi srall
grain, fid~e mneadow lands, well timbered, to
getr6er with te houses and out buIldings nie.
ocssary for a well regulated farm. The bot tcm
hands lyings along thme river are as fifne.as
are In the State, besides the bottoms e,i Wa
tereo t'reek, which rttns direonly t'hroWgh'
Bnld place Thte water .poter af%oded Wy
the river anmI Waterde O~reek, is sufnecient 16
ribh nMeliil'etf of alf kfids. Porsons en
caged i milling and man'idit would
do well to examine tis valuabl'o plantation
before the day of sale, andi not. allow stuch a
barg.~In as this to,ecape them.- 'Iliis plan.
tmion will be sold as a idhole, of divsided' to
8o much cash as will pay the costs of
u~it and expenses of sale, the baliance on a
credit of otno. t wo nmmd iree years, with in.
(crest payable annually. fronm (liy of sale.
Purechasors to give bondi with it two or more
good su.rel'es and a nmortga'ge or the preotis
db. The toitms mist be cotmplied wit'ht on
day of sale. Patchagbra to pay'fot- 1$apers
K. 0. BIL LINGS,
C. E.-L. ID.
Lonudaster. (, fI., it C., (oc. 1, 1868.
8A1h/U 3 SALT ! SAIr I
"" SAOJ8S0V LIVERPQOZ, 4IT
1') jus.tdeceived and for. 41l Jow for
Cash, JNO: P. MATTWIB, Jr.
M111. ED'TOn : Please anoinee Capt . J. A.
Iliinnant as a Candidate for Tax Collector of
Pirild District, anti oblige,
No. 1. r n No I
IIE ~ . %nhrierlwold 1v'0e the nt(een
lit"n o fl t'
TO T,i'r'r, LA I6 E STO(CK Op
3 .A IZ I..
\hicll they are now
3E: e c o eJL -v iL nx M
H0e1ch1n, McMafier & Blrie,)
W l xNno:m,s. C.
JUST H ECEIV ED.
\ LI. 0aelem of ugavs, tliroli-m lice.
A. Sodla, Cre.-a1 i41 nd iixedl 'rt'rIS.'hiw
Chow Pickles, 1,11hil morte (041Cti , Ex 1 n
(Chewapeaku SyrP-1 . 111111 Nollas4es. Pr1imeli
.nfLIIId, L,iverpil-A Sall. While Winei
Vineo"tr. (lovernm11entf La:gnn1yI-f and Itin
(Mife, Ntlulml'g, Spice and lik .PVppvIr,
by ). It. FLENN IKEN,
Agt. for AIbIrey & Ci.
Factor 311141 Co01111isSiolk MerClialit,
102 EAST BA\',
C1cgr1 &C OR., *S. c.
Partdiiutnallenion giveon (lhe uilen and
Shipping of Sea ISiand and 1 la4ndi ?oltonl.
,ilrerl- fi va ceLtItl.. Made ml oiln ConlAgl Inmentls
fo. Sale in this a111:a.ket, or fur Shipnien,l.
_ t 10- lmu
W, C, CGUITNEY & GO,,
No. 9 .loycels Whari',
JAs. V. .it:!u000cI.
J JUST RtECEIVED).
ACilOICE 14ot of SUG.\i I U1It Il) 1I1A 31$
1). It. F ENNIK E-N.
sept 5i Agent for Arbh'f & Cii.
IT is' 4 hIo uirgenit. <htuy of' ev'erf dlni'sTuin'
whIo is 4 ntiunssutrablle, I y reas4on of
disease or otheir dIitp'uiliftyino ciuan, to
procnre wvithaou, deolay', a Policy of assnr.
antoo, in the
Equitabte Life Insuranrc'
In favor of Ihose deplendlent upon1 hu n for
support All are liable lttbcttmoi uinassnr
able on any daiy, Ihetref'ore 4, nihintg shon Id
bo perinedit to delay th48 is iortant, du1.'
autg 27___ ____Agent.
Purifies the Blood,
tot Nai 6y Dru.ggIst. E'vcrywhero.
Suigas' Carwed lialdI,
SE1AF RAI81NU (FLOIJIL for makIng Iiho
most delicous lieads, lJiseisi, Podlings,
&co. Without ycu.east,or sahl, yviih coltd wator
or milk only-to ho milxcd when itue overi Ia
hot, and ready (or biakinig nnd fo~r 'Cake,
P'astry, &o. -Saving lf~V the ordlinary
quantity of Binttor nijd E'ggs Til flour is
warran ted *I.olesomi4 en<anu tricious.
FoVr salIe by
TFIOMPiON & WOOD WARI),
~ON A F1I9W DlA'S'TME."?
yo'N fanythicig oh rorolo
1fING,AN; . YN
PASS 1~V"; c,af and do uo ab fott have
piasdu6 is ver6 times sinco.
1fS POT84 Ro.
BbWp, 1 t'd
CITIZENS OF FAIRFIELI
PUlBLIC IN GENERAL.
I ON'lU NI 1 lTI Ntl :ioval oil or aboi
i lhe lirAt ol' (ctoiler, to the NE
ST0111.E, now nler colsiltirion, ill ti
ceitre of bines--, and ftrther to mial
roon For a heavy PA.IJ AND WINTE
sTrOCK. I itow ol'er the rentaidtier of uj
SPRINGs AND SUMMER KTO'
AT AND BELA)W Ck .'
The altboie offerell Alti eonisst of a cotl
lilt e assor-tilelt of
lais an.lI Cps.
:1n- mnatiy other artielee Ion ntimterous I
tIleitiotn. 'Is- raRe opport unity is now 0
Mil hope you will avail yourself of it I
41:1ilillg to eXainine theso goods. You wl
tin-1 Ole prices to Suit ay and eerybod
'iy- .11n1 will be conivini that th'e Ohenpe
gmsCanl be bolight ait.
Agetif fo'r MUs. S. S. WOLFE.
?"T '.EM .E0 .A. TM
Miltnpe' SlI'perIlospIhat Of 11110
Will iiernse lie yicht 50 per Cent. No pet
:,olf FhImil-I pintI n' ac t of Wheat IVithot
ising 2'.00 or 300 pomidi to tile acre. Ap
ply to 11. W. KINMAN.
151 Eaisi Bay, Charleston,
(len. Agent for S. C.
FUR NIT UR E,
&C., &c., &C.
r I iI B subscriber is ntov wpepared to fui
lnish, repair or niaki to order all kind
My Pal ent Cloths Washer will always b
oi k1anal. they have beeln tliqrongbly leftel
for tile iat twIelve anat'is by the public
.111e ill lilt cwes hai6 givOl ctive Ai41a4n
titon. ( is siriple'in t s conls rtiot inry, diWabi
11nda1 not- liable to get out of Order; It. wil
Waish vix sAit s or tihat bulk of clothes i
live ilsinlIls if tised tiecording t,o direodjone
I iivite I lie eit izenas o if Winn .s61-6 and our
ron<n1141lg con01ai y fo call, itild e.tainine nil
new I'hnrn. Also my Dough Mlaehil'e, the'
are dgoijed improvemnets Ovee' tht old mi
OtSB-B BE'EERS lIE INDEPENDENT.
Coie nitid examine my Labor Saving Mn
chlines, iad give thena at ftit trial, atd I
they do not give etfire tiatisfaction, reinr
theln iy tin within thirly d'ays 'lnd I Wil
reinmid the noie, d's I Martan' efery Ma
Wininsborg, R. 0f.
This is to certify filla we nro using I
Elder'll Patent. Clothes Washer; it is sanp
anl net liable to get out of order. We ca
recotimendit It. to lie pblic to bo a gren
4,tviniag of finlor ndil 1l K s injlluriou to tIh
oloties iI tani te oil itmet1hod of wailiIng.
J Iev.G 1I Betts Winytsboro, 8 U, Mrs D
lilt MeMnliser. i% inntsboro, A (1, Mrs Soft
Stoyen)4 on, Fairriell Dist-'ict, . C, Mr
Itob)t. lierroil, ll'airUli1l bimirler1, S 6, Mrs'I
Kienntedy, Chtener,'S C, br .1 A lieJ)
I'hest er', S C, Mi Caleb Unrnetis, Coltni
5 .C, al ars J1 I oign'', Cohitmbia, 8 C, Ciip
I )I (irist , 'ropriet or Emin-irre r, Yorkvills
S C', irs. 8. II. Clowtney, WVinnasboro, A. O~
RI. W. Brice, Piastor ltopaewell Chiurda.
W.T Mv. NELSON
fOO00 lbs. Unoaon', (cleat of' rib,)
Jiio anda Java Coffee,
Jianad-extra C Sutga't
Surgar tCuvedt ifnal.
A lOT O'IP llAlU it'S CEL,Enn'ATEi
COUN A ND R YJ E WJHISKEY.
api 28 W.- M. Nl4fAON,
JESEJ RI0 00FFEIf
DRIED A i' l~E' Ar'id'I PHAODES,.
*TaJit Received by
JOIIN McINTYRtE& CO.
Charlotte andl 8. O l ilro ad.
* Cot.uznaA, Aug. 8, 1868
0 nd ate .tlis dato, thie Trains or
ths tad will run sat ftbliiws r
PA5SSNOuNR TItA IN N4otITif.
leave Cohitunbia 4.15 p
4i Whirislioro, 4.1'0 p
" Chad,. .8.00' p
A Ivea bil: I1.0o0 p
Le top Chaarlotte,' 11.86 p
.Cholnsloi' 2,16 a
innsboo', -4.00 a
.A'hve at C2ohiambla 0.00 a
AN AcconooATION TUAIN Wilt, ItdZ4ife
Monays, Wednesdays andi frld'ayM,
ArrIve at CharIolle 6;86'
'J'ueCidoys1.Thuara~sft I d 8 trdkys.
bewvo Oh Arloffe ', :00 a
' i at~V I*u a
AMni'ye at, ColuwbI4
lWinnsboro, S. .
Tho Propriet6rs afd doierthined to'
mako the HERA b a first-oW*'
P 0 L I T IC A L LY,;
The HERALD will be absofutelf
and entirely DeInooratio 1b ientimonti
at all times and under all erounian-'
ces, and uteoniW:oulising in hostilitf
06 dfoso r6inouff 1adiea'l ftaduft;
which have struck and aro sili strik
ing at the robts of the Constitution
and th\ oiisidndc of p'1Itial. and 4vI
liberty. We shall always malntaiti
r and vindicate the freedom of the Press
aAd ahalt not at an'y tindo toltaid ('
dRsouss frooly tho aotions of uioy, awd
the probahl cosequonoo of mea.d691
#hould commeoad It to ?bod
I ADVER,TIsfik# pt BLIld
iA on6 of the' bes.t AdteydE(sfog
Agencs that th8fy can posibly em.
fIY.UAar.,1 Iopy 1 yeai', $8 00
" " 6 outhe; . 8200
(ando oe3trfodpgt4 thege4e u o the
jr- No paper'eoot uin14II (fe e.i 49
-dompmni4e 4te order.
js BEsry Waye5 adoppf a the istte
tion of the@ tern, unfts #dsoritp o 4
DESPOIES, WILLAlMB & CGb
Cha e seaso a960 t one~ 9
ouuWy, ,(. 4 421~ C i
m of I%ordwav **
mn (6r1 i p p
'e Py &- Pen,A #
i 'the o'4