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THE FAIRFIED HERALD
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Wednesday Morning, Nov. 18 1868.
Desportes, W iiems& ofe ps
A few reflootiont upon the subject
of self-edugatio' will not be - out of
place In a odn ition of society, in
which many. of our young men< and
womon, having boon deprived of ez
pootod advantages, must educate
themselves or got-no educatiop atall.
And for , their enotir'genient we
would expres our belief, in starting,
that. all ' truly educated people are
nine-tontlhs self-educated. Individ
ials differ not mtore in the advantages
vouchsafed then by a benifioont Pro
dence, than in tho will to make use of
then advantageously. The ocean of
circumstances is, in. places, hommed
in by rocks and bound by shallown,
and even where deepest, is swayed by
strong currents and blown upon by
conflicting wyinds, but the mariner who
,studios well the chart of duty, and
fixes his oyo-steadily upon the star of
truth, will avoid every shallow, os
cape every rook, stem every tIdo, out
ride overy storm, and anchor proudly
in sonie wishqd-for, port of, posporlty
and pence._ ---I ,
The formation of character, by
which we moan that development o'
buman nature In its overy part, which
makes it full and complete -in itself
"inseipso totus, tercs et rotundt91' and
oapable of impressing itself upon oth.
or human beings, as the seal upon the
wax, is the only adequate conception
of education. Character is that which
makes its mark, as the etymology of
the word signiftes, and It shottild be
that which is so well formed, so free
of flaws, and so clearly dofined, that it
is an objoect of beauty and pleasure
and satisfaction in itself considered.
But few people over approach this
standard, and why I Because the
great businoss of self-education is go
ur.ivorsally noglooted. Some wish a
literary education to fit thom for
money-nmaking; some to make a show
of it ; some, to pass a weary day; and
see, to appear respeotable. Few
soek mental development and powor
for its ownI*V.o d as an inpo*tant
part of the development of their en
tire nature. Honoo many parebts
and teachors ngloQ too much the
manners and moralb of the young, and
are over-anxious about their progress
at school alone. It Is well-known,w
suppose, that we have pursued the
profession of teaching fourtoen years,
and are not apt, therofore, to under.
rato the importance of literary educa
tion. 1lut we )ave
with dull children, and groat. hope of
their future, if they 'will omly not
wrap their one talent in- dospair, as-in
a napkinianid bury it~ ini'oerth'of
brutality. Indeed, they otten folll
the end of~ life better thahi their
smarter anid moro favored associates,
' ecause, though their head is bnore
wrong, their heart, by the 'bettor
training to which their parents and
teacker; uncoonsolously *ubjet~ lb,
is more right,and tenere -the *eart is,
there is the treasusre of a Wiso eduostion
also. The lesser moral, and the
greater morals, theteofd'o, th4 mind,
the heart, the body, the soul, lnbriof,
the entire human being, 'should be
culti,ated' by the indfviddials who
would rightly oduoato thoemselves.
Evory soul hte body,. and eom
verso$y, every body baa ita- soul.
T~his ma,i Qpeay very' useleep ie
mark, yet few veet upon the truth it
eonta Ins ad thd consequence. il In
volvesm-4ru6h and consequeneesso i-.
,5artant,-ta ye5 go n' fa th vory
Arit phaqo ina syE$p ef.U.Agde1
'ton i t isas tr6o metaighoall a
it is. literally for everyb644t~ilu
fancy, put'. thoragb6,~ andheroIo pure
body, and every odbatoaryfomit
sign Imant af#igggy g,I
through formns..thab',we cotivoy oar
IdetAs ahd feoling.' tenthey a&nd
ikrough i.,nsatetose ensini.
eato with us." WOeotily kaib tuth #
far as.16.id-enh.deq . om goc'
innash xist 1M ' -Iha body A d
nonce and Imprtande to one bodi
andi41deotrse-oA te -eu.a0eot
teaohes us to expeot thift%
of,er 'hjio ged'fi~ ape
sm,ad Ah.5e Ap'ol4sppMoptIoMe
4i* partfilpvse .aoaldtb.f.rly
Naisltt ##d sMt5wiejNfa ob.rvd4
"HIallfe book et Hoal:.i9 '
toesan Msiaie ae o
amnee Is A e 4thtspi sh'uldt M
' seal saieeed4 .eA".
In an a' gly' ort !i y any 4
Whl the 44' e tion
bwo se writeas Hil d o00 6.
But we can teslify, that ignorance of
the simple facts which they report,
and disregard- of the aimple r,eA
whiuh they prescribep, have often led
to hopeles disappointment and
aarly death, the flower of life itself
withering in its early primo., Ot
Doilege chum fell a victim to constant
iolition of the alniplest la*4 of diot
it the ago of twenty-soven, and a
purer or nobler ohirsoter, more uni
oroally admired -and loved, braver
ind ttuor In cvery relation of life, has
ieldoin lived. It was impossible to
Ind fault,with any of his notions ox
oept his besotted carelessnewe with re.
ipeot to his food. A hard student, a
ralthful worker, an affeotionato and
unselfish friend, a pious and unpre.
bending ohristian, we regret that we
over chided him harshlyl though in
vait, for disregarding the first prinol
pies of health, for ho rests were errors
sbould.be regarded only with the eye
of eternal pity. And how many a
young girl' has likewise rued, for a
lifetime, ignoranno of the laws of
health, or fallen Into prematnro do
ESqually worthy of consideration
nre those directions with regard to the
body that sooidty piresorib6 that tor
example, it should always be clean
and neatly dressed. Carellesess in
these tespects is the result of laxy in
difference as to the criticism and feel
idgs of sooioty, which will show itself,
under trial, in the more-Inexcusable
shape of petulant rudeness and rough
familiarily. .Society resents the- in
sult which tegotistloal self-assertion
thus does it,- and takes. revengo justly,
by means *of i.lculo aud scorn.
Why subject yoorsolf to. such ivils I
Take caro that you do not brave a
power too strong for you, and that
you do not cower bonat t'super
clloua smile or angry frown, and lose
that self-respet which is the Arei.el
ment of good character. The neatly
dressed individual, who unostonta
ticously, conformo to the preailing
fashion in at re4pects in which It does
not violato good taste,, avoids notice,
escapes critlefim, a4d can :give tudi.
vided attention to the joyous pleas.
ures and serious busineo of life. We
could wish our enemy nothing. worse
than a bloway girl for a wife, for we
know what the poor devil wovld hive
to ondiro, until some of the Anost sen
sibilities of human nature were drugg&
ed or destroyed. And to the young
women wo would say-soo that young
fellow there, whose fingers are always
in mourning ; avoid him. Ue. will
never bd an attentive husband, who is
not aven a desoent loverd Look at
1him well. For'he don't wash his face,
llon't hriush. his teeth, don't comb his
hair, has a -distrActed look, wears a
dirty shirt-aollar, carries his arms out
at the elbow., rams his~ 'bands in his
breech..' pook.eta, sud faooies himself
somewhat of a philosopher I
- te State Satoaip,
.W?oare infortned that a protest
g e loate oeton for .8enatorsi
asIanded in to the manapers and
will bre sent up along with the ece.
lion retuwrr and tife utatter springs
upon us ut oYrus a qluestion of State
pol.fey widfei thme citJae, of Fairfield,
white and blackc must pedupgt?y Eeot.
It is their Interest to have the beat
talent oftlic County Is the Legisla
turo. It is ugo 3,ongebr a questiop of
federal polities, or of the status of the
black man, but of Stato government.
'Who great questloYrs 6f State taxatioW
ang deentfo require no little abill
ty.> We belien. thiat the, questton ef
education, it given .a wrong direotion
at the statty ke 'adgh6 with useless
etpese and innber~fifabf efff to' our
p.ople for years to Qome, .JI s&oul*
ho, taken hold of by the intelligenoe ei
our educated ment ama oontrolled for
the good of all. 'There is uoe wingom
sOW in parthes fMued' lothe Intrst
shulad le eia who wll.onsult for the
bed interests of all. Let the eduoab.
ed oeaseq tho ~ pe ty.holders and
such o iadM.sto
Let a spirit ot friendly .ompromise be
b6 exhibised by ali ofet-i lesa, o
that weiia Nifo 6 t1 e4
h;rtWy 4dl .*uArn Ap&h)mi4p
b.heaesth, prosli and4 power *of
(bo'8tMt. ' H ev
eiba- om * a se st
at amildks feI
1 4t r 144Ae%, 1. F. WhittemofO
nd telo m. C. 0, Dowen,
Third Dlott-,-on. t . P. Reed, of An.
derson, Demootat /
Fourth District-on W. D. Simpson, of
AwAteps,,enoor4. - . .. ". f
risT GONGaOsO at, DSfltoT.
County: tein' Moi. 11
l-orry, bid _
Dom, hMq. Rep 1i8j.
TIRID 0MORK1141MA-L ,O4TICT.
county.. Owcn% MAJ. Maep. Maj.
Orangeburg, - 1,002
Richland, - 1,000
Newberri, 1,126 -
Nd asel No election.
Democratic majority, 4,874
cOULT3 CONOnSSONAL 0tstRIi.
County. D. Ata. Rep. Alok.
Charkete, --- -,0
Gonlle, 27 ,
York, -- 1,
Chester, , 200
Eairfield, N 812
Democratic majoriy, 4,024
First DiDriot-Republian major.
t , 0,842
aend 27istric8-Reoublican -a
U on'A 12,000
Third Dcrt-Demoorali ajor.
Fourth Distriot-Demooratio ma.
Republican m ority in the State. 0,082
Republican mR ority, April, 1868, 43,470
Demoratic gan, 88,680
A Fox SroR.--The Frederioksburg (Vir.
ginia) ierald is responslWo for tho follow.
William Sullivan, of Staffold county,
infortas hs that he was ota hunting on Sun
day last, and, discovering a gray fox, pull
ed.trigger, and crought him down. On go
lg to the spot, Mr. Sullivan discovered
that two persimmon tress .ran ap from a
common root, being very oforte it the point
from whence they gernilihted. The fox
had doubtless fallen from the larger pe"
siamon tree some time before-it may have
been a week or a month proviously-as ona
of his legs was it'rettlevebly fhsten4 be
tweeti t*o of he yottfig solotis. Ito iust
have heen in this unoomfortable fix for
some time, as he lidd deliberately goe to
work and had eaten the foot and log 6f his
fastened limb up to the second joint, in an
attempt to free himself. lut pluck wouldn't
save him, The storilos that e have heard
of eatig themselves ott of_ tr4e is tus
The Memphis 4Jia!anene deolares that
"the efforts of detectives have developed,
beyond possibility of a doubt, that the as
sassination of General Ilindian was plan.
ned in Little Rock by leaditng fladicals,
and executed by their or4ere. The assas
*in was a wIhte man, who was paid eight
hundred dollars for the transaction, He
left Little Rock stealthily, approached lie
lena, and was taken charge of t he-o by
Radicals in the plot, who' furIls)eed all
needed iatftnation a6ont General lind.
niat, the mtost practicable metlodl of om.
muitting the tnardor, &o. As soon as the
deed waS committed, the assassin *eturnedl
to Little flock, And thence' went to Mozico,
*Guaa4L Pain (,R fill ,xetLIOst o rtn
JINis.-General Prim has sent the following
reply to 14. Guedalla, Fresident of the Stpan
lab and Portuguese Jewik Uciofaty of Leot'
don, wihe had wp*oed, 4W tehaff of his co.
rel1Ygfonists, fe*c1q f?oost ion of the eliot
of espulsion issued tu 1402:
I have reeived the congratui1fokn Whiclt
yeu hate addressed me; I thank y.ou., alin
cerely for the elevated. sentiments whtch,
you espressj l am cenvisoed thai the I-.
utspb hf tfl4 revolution mnust -establiea
*ithout any restriction all religiotis liber.
lis; but wha~t you so justly demand is.nt
wit. try individual- province Io' accord.
Vs pleased, therefore, t6semi ditectly to
the $tfeke goternateu, o*tof1 0 e
dent, an appffeatose similar to that which I
Aafe wndfot ma efEW, Audiet it be writ tea) in
89p61sh in order that it may- be innnmedfate.
ly ezamined with ,all thes.attention thea.e
impoftant,A question demands,
tenVeJtPhaillps is argwag Qn.tq, ex,remie
maeasurep. JI9 demaladsk~n. l,mpeg ,huent
of gresident J*hns,og 4gmrnovt . thq
STer9nt Tited StR;es o*$#SjIstd qSwg
leaus. te tiSstMesan qf Gie iiaa
lMbetiTe the "'!fialin sad sedi
of the wreaws , tliseyseo
lb op rtiini
40'if %s og,swfu
..'1 4ete6 eeiat
$ esat a)9 dii ba
don, epo o,V1J1 form o (nplete
Ult thea Iti deqer d asn ana a,* om opae
bol a nI - ui ,i 'a'uodesaion bover,
ways, with troughs of various I 'gths, a
irregular intervals, open to the sky for
light, but niore especially for' ventilation.
There are 260 trains each way daily, run
halt durIng the busiest partIo oft s day.
TIre trafflo of alis road, it is reported, has
triblbd in foul, years. I the half year
ending June 80, 18M9, the number of pas.
&euger@ carried wqs Th.4886. . re
ceipts jrq abort, $6000 pei' Wile.,)q:frst
porti'h of th ia ine *as opened It 1868t
and It is repidly approaching final coml@
lion. -All hough the road is altok46i0
low ili surface of,the ftrect every effort
bas been nade, where practicablo and tiot,
too expensive, to miake thqirorl open ani
not ouverod.. In one locality, the company
ptrobased five costly mansions in course of
erection. They wore uniletpinned and
now rest.vpon the roof (thy covered way
utider thwu. Nutnorous other' large bid
ings have been similaily duldopinned.
Many diffioutlion are cperler.ced and inuch
epenso incurred in avoiding sewers and
gas water mains. Whteri thf superstruo,
lures are tntuisually heavy, extra strong'
rooba must, be provided for the covered
ways. In a longth of less that, three tniles
of railway, moro than 500,000 oubio yards
of earth have been removed. The ra.a arc
of Bessemor steel, of a~imttle6ver eighty-five
pounds.to the y,ard. The fiangqls niore'
than six Inches broad.--ilasingoh 8tar.
EOUOAv YOURsELr.-The ow York
Sun is urging workingmen to caltivate, Ibb
intelleut, and become as liteilligent and *oll
informed as any other members of society':
"It is surprising (says the editor) how
much may be obtained by devoting 4 feW
hours each day to study, during a series of
years. Gibbon produced his great w.rk
rather by.tho regularhy than thu protract.
od natureL of his daily studies. Franklin
becamo the wisest and one of the best read
of his cotemporarih in the midst of inces.
sant labor And if the workman, with his
healthful mind so well 'prepared for the
reception of knowledge, will give two hours
each day to careful a tidy, lie may, in a few
years. surpass in general formnation the
great majority of colloge graduatts, Who so
often obtain a diploma whiout deserving it,
or who have laid aside their learning the
moment they left their perceptors. Ie may
elevate his o*n intellect by *oming into
otnmutlia With t emtinent lntolleato of
.A OAT CAsi.--A eat case which has beeo
ocupying the Superior Court of Boston for
several days, was settled on Saturday.
Two W(rotn were pa ties to' thesuit. The
defendant demanded that the plaintiff should
k'il her ant ; tie plaintif'deol ined ; .there
upon defenktnt toed plaintiff'~ oat, dash
ed its brains olat against a wall, and throw
$he gory carcass against the person of the
plaintiff; plaintiff wa.' so shookod at tCho
.sight of this brutal q6td.ot.; together wi 1b.
the assault, tbt she Wias. postrte.d upon a
bed of sicknesseveral days. On bor re
coverl the sed 0iefendnt Iqr damagos suir
talued, atiu the jury awarde3l her'ottd cent,
NANDWtridt 1istal-~Dates from lono
futu are to tie.4f6v oft (tobet, Frequent
shocks of 'earthquakO tere felt at 1f11o. A
idal *ave had dausetl grat damage in Ha
wiii.. A revolt bad broken out in fitwaii,
In whioh the sheriff and several. policemen
ware killed. The whahng season is reporl.
ed good. A mutiny.ocourrod on the.Prus
sfinn batk Coyatti imong the ceolles, wh'v
threw overboard the ctiptain trid crew (hinO
in nmber), and then attnoi ted to navigate
the bark to China, but drifted into the North
The New York fleraff of Tuesday says:
"General Grant does not owe his electIon to
the Radioal party, because thousanids of
Democrats, disgusted wl1h th1e mismana.'
went of their own partyleacders,. voted fot'
him. Nor is he pledged to carry oaf, the
misciovons policy of.tfie fladleals. Hie
st ands outside and above every policy that
would retard the restored prosperity of the
An Irishman in New York was requfred
to prodnce his certificate of citizenship, lHe
retired in anger, and after a titus reappear
ed Gedrigi oif lis. bsdkc t house door, on'
whicit was pasted; Yi .tod ddect7f, ftres
required paper. 'This he set down before
the astonished Judge, with the remarki,
"Aa' will that plase yer ?"
'flsoe #1 ul Ainer5 of 'hursday fast
states that WVilson (llemodrat) was thus fat
1,950 ahead of Donnelly in theo Second Con.
grmlor,r.l dlstries, and thatd pOrilui,s of he
district to hear frodr will it!iease l&on's
General Sheridan, -4 is said, retoffe tRht
he hgs fee a hei'd of bunloia'fifteff tile
in tehgtfi and t*seity-Efe"mwi.eg len wliRfg,
atid estimattes the numb'er it eontained at
860,000. ['Then he ttast hO sW gr#ater lity.
than'hewas:supposed t'o be4
meteorio shower is efrpwoted this syett. o=
t*esps the. Sib and 15ith of Noyeinber. The
astronotner of the Cinocinnati ~Obs'arvatory
wites to the Gadi'6Wf OliAt eItyc " )na the'
12Ah and 16th 'of Novembsy.va ReliVee tieg
16ours of .:f.duight, and osusrise, wath will
he kept at this .obsqevetory for the 40o,oalled,
Iovemnber meteors." -
tonp,e returns lItwtlff.Vourtll Comu
rossoii Digtrict of W%ao3si,. exet
Eldridge's matjoriIy, 1
;mAhe Demnoorata in Wimierset,- hhfadisdu
ooWli,le a aajokeiputIIEnam tnfa
jip * . abea~ or ie
naq reewI ny-b e # p oIrea
(9etm ~Ai 40 gr# %i
Ma, Ton e e as apt, J. A
di o fo VO
airA Dstr , . ob) 0,.
N1MBR FRIE .4
A busy 6aa is a locomt1yo, life i
trao4gkEver niht be drives (t !tbi
ER very wDorn ns 1
off in one direcloh aAd hena i'another
In this routin of business he forgets thI
ph al -1 af oil
adaenalidioIfd rT,ati, 11-,4100"
Snd rubbed of1 overy , hqw n o4 mori
beoies'0 Is It Vh11 jl d LIU. 46 *dihoe
ihould uso I'%ANioN-I ti WIts, which nrq
obsary tokeep the hySt64 ift .pofoat7tonI
of health' . , .- -
MAON4OM.A WATR.-Superlor to the b4e
imported,Gerian Cologno, and sold If,l li
the price. hoy i1klw1
YAitupo.9tyd uR otqseA
B et, , for 1,10 at- 4rfieb
Court louse on the Brit Mondiq And ii
day following in lccmber net., within t1C
legal hours of sa'o, to the highest bidder
for Cash, the following t.eal Pr)p.oriy.
Purohasors to pay. for titles:
One tract. of 284.aores, more.. or ,
latd in Iatirkld Qottnty, a(oinik! i4n4u .o
desseo Wyriek /Ja'moa 11owell nxu ot tirs
levied upon aq~ ibo propert y.of Nji olasdi
riak, it the suit of Thindo Moltinatt-y at
One tract of 80 aores, moie of les*,' o
land'in Fairfield Count, adjoining litnds'o
Capt. John A Ilinnantt. Alrs Powell qnd eti
ers, levied upon net lhe propirly of 14ihol;li
Wyr1ok, at, the Qt, of. Thonas Mokifnstr
One tract of 700 acres, mori or,less,. o:
land in Fairfield County. adjoining lands'o
of iargrove Glenn, -I 11 Jennings, lJsi
Wyrick, and olhers, levied uVon ae proler.
of Jkoob Mookman at tite suit, of Adau
SDubard, for himielf 1%nd othe.rs, H 0 Cas.
ties and others.
One tract of 80(Pneros, more or loss, N
land in Fairflold.County, adjoining lands o
Ch'riIiian Leitner and otherm, and bounde
West by Little Itiver, levied upon as ;th,
property of Jacob llookman. at. the suit o'
Adam F Dubard for. himsolf and others; li
C Castles and 9t here.
One traot of 150 Ao'ds, tfioiii br leis, o
land in Fairfield County adjoining land'.o
Janes P-Maofte, Thos J OladneyAnd ohera
levied-upon as the property of J W Glnd
ney, at the suit of Planters Bank of Fair
One trAOL of200 aorns, wore.or . loss,o
lind in Fairdield Coulitey, adjoinig fatis o!
Davled Weir, William Weir and others. Icy
led upoh as the property of W B Cabeen a
the suit of Planters Dank of, Fairfield ant
One tract. of 460 acres, more or -less o
land.in Fairfield County, adjoining lands o
Thomas Jordan, Geo Shodd and others, Jav
led upon as the property of tCuthburt, i[ar.
risqn, at the suit 6f John 0 Orand for nooth
er and other , . . . : .. : .
Nhio trhat of d0q adtei, hiTte ol Tesh, o
liend in Fair0eld Co*fit.y, idointr,g lands o
J H av18s M N DakIns, Dr. -I- W Owenc
and others levied upon as the property o
E IF Plep, deo'd, at the .sult of Oo B Pear
son, Jr, for another arid' others, .ys. IR .
Woodwa'rd. I K James. E, 1- Lyles, Joht
Harrison, sr, and (oo NV Woo-.1ard.
One tract of 500 acres, more or less, o
land in Vairfield County, adjoining lands of
David Wilson, Levi Bolick, and otherv, lev,
led upon as the property of Wm-Weldon anI
Charles Weldon, at the suit of Johit Mobley
One tiact of .440 acres, more or less. ol
land in Fairfil Conntw, adjoining lands o
T W Rabb, Mrs Pf Davis, and others, lovio.
upon as the property of Rt T Yarbbrough, al
the suit of HI L Elliot tand others.
One tract of 400 acres, more 'or less :
land in Paireld Cownrfy; adjohi'?ng lam:s- ei
A F Lumrpkin, Estate oif ki A F'eay, -JaurEs
Blarber%,dee'dh aid others, levied upon. at
the properly of Adanrba~rbar, at the sdil
of Jno Mobley and others.
One tract, of 1200 acres, more ol loss, ol
land in Fairfield County; adjoining linds o1
Jamnes Harrison, Estato 'of A D) Joney, WV
Wood and ethers, levie4 upon As the propel
yof Thomas J Ii Jones, at. t he sui,t of John
P*ay ,and other, ,
One undivido4 tr4ot of 1t10O aores, miot
or less; et land inPFairfield Count, tldj o[n'
ing Iandst 6J P F ?ond&, II" Jno di3enta .
Fimnegan and oties, levied iilion as ine
property of Thomas y HI Jones, nt. the suit
of 'John E Pcay nid.others, .
One undivided tract of 190OG.eerek, morn
or less, of lana in Ftairfeld tlcpply aefloiu.
log lands of, John flob'ertson ,Jno \varren
J QWilso and.othpies, lev ied upoi.' de thi
o er y of hoinseJIl Jones, at the soeil
One tract of 68- acres, mhord'or less, ol
land in Fairfiekd Count v, adjoining lands o1
Thomas Te,P 1ACooJe A.td ot16reredevied
upod,as iejrpertty o; lio6ert.N matt, a
the sult of G lenf-aha others. *te.&old
aithi riski ofi fe"'fortnrpurogei'e r. '
land in Fairfield iounty, rdjoldiog it0do
Samuel Cathteart,, J R MMIrM * Al,
ken.an others, levied upotivs .the .pwo -j~
I~t t iision at. thesl s#.f,q
One 1r9'o 67 Acros, iNolS,o J9 9
eAd i rild 'Oouhty a'loiningl i~
others,.lovioei epoti as she lproperty: *fytti
8 Betto, gt the suit,.of ,MWiaV, Adaix., and
othies for anfhe..
P* * *
P abxo e ause,, *I1gi iIlbli out,
*V ab~ju, d1Pe -YUDhYQ.4
9asi tl!tteonDesl hr#~,~Lp
W E are now g our third stook
oo, -.Aw ug -o,
d in ithis place, and I's
4vo have hgd'Minei thdvI66 o(tho1a1*&K 'A
g rot ipamh thflks
'64d Prices of180
all a4 d see. Dargalns-glvei We sel
for Casi only.
001I 1 i i o i o .' o4 e
t i. . 9ml t
t, et'"., Bill-ifolo '1o
URBUANT."bede' of nle In Itl
ca"te", will%ofrer"fdr, sale tat..pu61o
bitloy ak3hoQourt, I.etwo in , 0Innsboro
oniae -,ionlky. in Decewbor' next., .iie1'
Land 1e6ibed'in the ble'adngs in sa d
itfi, kibW nl iNib It1'ir 'Mt6t> ot tO
1to John Ilarrison, Sr. deit, 'sitdted"M
,h0 Co~nty of. Fairflehd, containing I
more or less, bo .tnhe.satn Irpet pur
'ed by .1in. A. A ers, tt Comumissionor's
Aale on Ut'Monday in Dedeiber, "8' .
: Termsof Sale, .6.
Ono.-thid of- the prohase:money t6 'be
paid In oasit;- For t1e0alano , ro.dilt er
one, iwo iand ,thrqe ypprs f6rn te 1s Jaj-4_
uut 1869, wiiih-teetit oh Wi 'ilatpo
feon sadAnf*e ftiA t iutlly. Pt.
chaser to give bonl 'with twi gobd 'hhd'sfVi.
proved surefios, and a morigagh of'lorehiO,
ses, and to,pay,,for. papers%! and, 0.anmpo- -
1ossesdon ive R.e 1st o. Ja. J 1%nt8j 9 ,
.1 A. I, . OA i
-Csn's IiceOf, th .Ot. 1868.
0o1ilSII6 Oi6rm SaI, -
-Bill foi" FoeM hrat' td lliet
RSUtANT( o order of Court in lhe above
slai'dcause, I will sell at piiblic out*
46y a th Coul't House in Winnaboi'o, o6i
r -1st Monday in December next, the Lfnd
described in'tho - pleadings in tibs oatusei
late the properly of Nioholns Wiri#k, de6d,,
.830$-0-Aereso a- ;
mbt' orleags, nd bounded by hindi f Jess
WIrIck,. Jab D ookmiti aid 6thofs.
orms11 Of SaIe,
Costs of suit. ond expenses of sole to be
paid I'll Cash on day. of Sale. Balanco -of
purlans fnohej" tin a 'oR-ue of t4il6 '4
monthiI froin daty df saild, will( intoresi from
'day of sle, to' beseeured by' bo*nd Oftd gbt
personal security, title dood not delive'ed till
the pulishte money.is pnid-In lull -
be sold at, rlsjc of for1ier. Iirohas4
10. A. GA ILiRp D -
- -"Cot. it lquity
Com.'s Office 1trNov. 1808. ; A
nov If',tin 4w, '~
Y.Virtue of ana Order, rado 'by. the Ilon~
B Georg yl~an be.oPistrigl
DIrI6t of South'e (rfr~ I IIso1 r
:Cash,' befor'e .thW Cotte. I1H iso. dooy.i
WVInneba~ro, at.d2 o'oleek, bun )ondI7ch
day of Deeeta,ber. ne*t, ,. atoolpwig do
scribed pjroper;y to av~I ~
All thai (tc noer pirol of~ndlmwiaf
the Duihhiis'g Orek. 'P)le ~oprlinh
nmore or logs, lyangan.,aters of Big Dutch
Mn'.s. Cree ~a trihp -yc -ewae,... 1t.... .
atadbounded by la'tIs f le"Ns $io
-Peay, deceaed, E~d*atc lP.'MWid '''d I
itS-Ifr'D~Ia4l glto Juh-I"1(-M i)i
All ha ra& pacel of ~u4 '
rld leadIg frtl 'WilisboV t
B'de m id iiounrded by lad&lately bdlougA'
OrEondtesi.tn wae00ak fM.l,
iAa1dthA orfft& delp d 6okPL9J i r
'tE'bY IulV.di' 461 .T d ~ ~
A kIO T
lotice to Contractore.
SEALED proposals are Invited, and wilt
o received by the undersigned until Satut.
ay the 21st instant, at nooh, for comple.
ng the oarponter work of the now 4pisdo.
luiiat he ion
e ow 0 3%
F1' P'-Al, 11" P .
yr Town offioors, 'Dr Tuesday laA,
FOR WARDY~.11 11 ; " *~
N. WIT HERS6),te
'ur RetiriuS 8i
E. W. Qliver 'E.1q eur'lato98Iherii
,n Saturday las
r his omnco in, faVor I )A
heriff' electf-Cff,.ol !ff
n opinions itWrjig., li. r 1A fYg
nd carries wi hIh
ordiall este i
abeftdiarismi i t4
Wo learn th4auatt6topiiutnud
n tho night of Ndv8464j1j i
)hs uiuknown, to-burn ti.dwelling of
Ir. John E. Poa I -,- * I1
jis Disrd."Illo rOA(tA4e10!i
'as fired and, : in . 0114
lid ono of the dhiln a iploo
f the flames wahrested0 W oP
lint overy eo16 Iit x
ot out thvilladne ' A
ion of Ma.I. A. C-7haf4d0F18
f thel 4th JudiclfCjkut GIL
taaduhine Toilete A,
ion on gayAdjqt "11a0-1
o replaced by 4"g 0 00
Coping with.the p ettitasq e tId
'-rn ,by ladI
11080 tailort, l f t
ky- the swallgw&tjle' '4'4 "atL
lite eloth -git buttani; 8
pon %+Ide:1nfro 'A Le
osom ard '6nibroido9 6
DIM ay nd Mat
o i-tto-wrib. ma dt
tie hands, broad an b9ny apd
quoi,,t g 0is, azl App
clded in the oourse of ttime~ Bootst$
0' a fih
ans o xtrava knet''irel 9
aw songs bythe author of M~or.e
ttf. ad*tb#V tb thpr feyjff y l4
WEeld oA nSdt1
yete no,t ae$8ai6I
n axe n~d~
as ,aser, afaai . ..o