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UO'i Nw..AxA February 11.
The isuirgents cut the telegraph be.
Sweei Sagna h; Grande and Villa Clnrn.
The citizens of Villa Clara have heent
imlressed into the military service.
Qtte"stn hn d seven regiments well armed';
he hail much mo ney but. lacked artillery.
'lIte isutrgents have applenred in the
Jrilion of Gnine seven jengnes
from Sargta le Grtde.
ThvANnt .. L'ebru ary 1:3.
.ulce', prcl ntuntin says ; Wherena,
the mnsurgets i'ar"' (rt'i'ed to avatil tllem.
sel ves of thlte oll',.r-.,I clemt ncy, tt nti otl
cr, :ir' cont imnu lly jt imi. g ' I t i , fli.
ntnesl.Y is wilh.lr:awn :ntal cent-or:hip
over 11h-1 press re-e":1ablishedi. P'-rsonts
vt' i img thet pre-si htwy n:td politienl
prisonm1rs wtli hI ianttar bt tried by
c. trt ua itnl.
WNSttsa"rNoTN, Febntiary 9.
The llouse, ofter an itneffectual effort. to
include Loaisiana, passel the Senate cou.
ourrut, re<tolt tnn, tanl it dlues not. rei'iti e
11h e Pres,letI's-igntuttu'e. This action leaves
Georgita's titatts in tho Union an open qttes
-4* tion e
Kerr spoke in bitter terms againat tihe
postial railroad to New York. The aiend.
inent lorbidding the road to connect with
other roads now built, was passed ; and the
nnmenduthet extenditg the sclredule tiene
from six ito seven hiottr, wits passed. The
bill was then or<terel to be engrossed -
8eve-al $et nte nitnenatents to Ihr tonstlar
ltprolprintion hill was rejected. The Cunt.
muitlee ot Banking andi Currency have the
floor otn Satutrday to report, the busin.s on
hand. 'atyne gave notice that ie would,
to-mort ow, call up t he bill for the relief of
political disabilities. reported by h1 in fron,
the teconsl ruction Conmittee. Tihe H1ouse
then went. into Coinmittee of the Whole on
the nrtny appropriation bill, during the dis.
eni';ionl of which t, recess was taken.
The Senate is still in session, after having
levote<l the cutire lly to th:e discussion of
the suffrage niendt,ent.
Mir. Vickers offered an amen-lment look.
ing to the restoration to tie exercise of the
eltive frannhise of those who are now ex
chielled by reats,n of participtttion in the re
hellion ; wtith was nejc.ted.
The constitlutional aimendient, as it final
1y passed lthe Senate, reads: No discrinti
nation shall be madue in lie United Slates.
ntong the cittzt'ns o' the United States, itn
the cxe:-etse of the eletie frnuchise, or inl
the right to hold ollice in any .State. on no.
outiui. of rcee, colior, intivity, proper.y,
eiucationt or creed.
The President signs Dr. Mudil's pardon
Seintor Whyte, of Maryland, visited the
Atfiorney-Getaeral Io-day, in behalf of Lient.
h'aine. it the inotntce of a large number of
WAitGxTON, February 11.
A young woin unnted Maary O'Neil was
atrrested at. the White House, who said she
was sent . y Gled to assnssitate Mr. John
on. A douile-'barrcled pistol, ttniloaloI,
was au her pers+ n. She is evidently crazy. .
lhe Rontissruitton 'inmitmtee are con-i
sidering thle Mississippi nitjority report,
nntl will oppose aitmission, as urged by Eg
gleton's lparty. There will be a minority
report. 'I he Elecu ion Commit l ee har i con.
sider'el the Iouisiana election Contest.
They will rel .trt thurt Sin'on .Jones was not
elect ed nuil neit her 'olonel Ilunt nor M'
nard (colored) nr entitiletd to a seat, be
cnuse the elecithi was invalidated by intin- I
tidalion anl fraud.
(irant and (olfax will he officially in
formed of their election on Siturday.
t udd's pardoll will reach himls about. the
middle of next. week.
It is contitently aeserted that (lhe Sennte's
.'u<bcinry (uniittee will report. t9 morrow
Davis plresentedl t.he following .ioint. i'eso
. luiiion :-That. the noisy condluct. of lenjaittin
F". Butler, antd other iinmbers of the liouse,1
dnrtitIg thet couniting of' thle v'otes for Ptresi
denut and V'ice-Prtesidenit, wh'lereby said biusi
ness wits dlistutrbe'd atnd obstructted, is dis.
reputable to said Ben.jimina F. Battler and
ot her lRopresentatives ..ting with; him, and
a wrong anld an insult. to tile people of the
Nnaited States. The resolution went. over
uinder the rules.
CTe liouse devoted the entiro day to Bu.
ler's r'esoutlationi censuring WVade and the
einnte Ilinghiam denlounced Butler's eon
*duet and resolution fiercely. Th'le IT.se
mieets to-nilght tol consIder the minaild pen.
~Onsa, land resumes Butler's reiolttion in
-Itn thle House, severnl bills of minor
entantftce were' introdulced nnd adopt.1
ed, aner wthi. hi the houlse took a recess
Int the SennloaI several bills regarding
nainrailizatIionl were introduced; also a bill
to improve Mobile harbor. A fler some
a~ousson, th obl was recommitted to
thocmsitee fr futherconsidera
aThe President has pardoned San
M'orton assured Grant that his coun
*tryinen were .gr.atified with the result
>of the election. grant replied that
hlis admninistration would be eonomy,
retrentchment and reform, a.nd that all
j'reoenue offIcers would be held strictly
accountable, Hie deeliied naming his
Cabinet until it would suit the Senate
,to confirm~ themn.
lThe PressJent has uominated Lewis
3 Decnt, Grants brother-in-law, as Min-.
"ister to Chili, alice KCilp atriok.
t Gushintg telegraphs 'oward that he
will be here on Monday, with a eatis
Sactory treaty for the ship canal over
t e isthmus.
NP.W Von,c, February 9.
Th br'ig Blrilhat, from. Cape Fbear
Ri~ver,wthlrnsinl andt tulrpentine was
osbt in a starm oin the 28th Thei mnsate,
'-sAsa Blryant. was lost. The Captain
and,te rest of the crew were b)rotngt
here by the 1Rurope.
~i James T1. Bradv died to-day, of aplo.
- plY -nge.dfift v-fnr. All the cotrs
4 adjd trnel ais a toku.n' of respeet.
hlALTurixo ic,oFbruairy 9.
en. B3rkanHiA here-the guest
- OTriAWA,OANA DA,Februavy 11I.
Wt hla Wap hyang: t-day.- No - de
f ktnatratt* l'- - - 1
Yot, Fernry 13.
e ?ter Blndib r shiot1 1is mistress
.4a, himself trq ay'-beh dyinlg. Cause
RIOMtoNu, February 11.
In the United States District Cour
to-day, the -District Atttorney, tde
instructions'fron the Attorney-General
in accordance with the President's am
nesty proclamat ion, entered a nolt
proscqui in built indictments agains
Jefferson Davis, and in those agains
Generals Lee, Wade Jiampt.on, . 13reck
inridge, Ijongstreet, Wise, Pryor, Sfed
don, Mahone, Early, and thirty others,
On notion of Robert Otild,. the Cour
ordered that the securities on Mi. Davis
bond be discharged from further respon
NAsv..LE, February 13.
Brownlow has resigned- the Gover
ship of Tennessee, to take effects or
the 25th. lirowulow gives certificates
to the Republicuns from the Bedford
and Memphis Distriots. The seats
will be contested.
R'CIoun, February 13.
The Mayor suspended the Chief of
Police, to-day, for taking a stand at
the door of a Republican meeting,
last night, and dolaring that no one
should go in, and assaulting a man
who was entering.
One hundred and fifty removals
from, and appointments to, office were
made by General Stoneman to-day.
BALTImORE, February 13.
The revenue officers seized a large
mnlount of plug tobacco to-day. The
earah was caused by reports of a
large quantity of contraband coming
from 1 irginia and North Carolina.
SAX '1ANc sco, February 13.
There have been heavy rains and
mow throughout the country. Rail
.oads are interrupted in all directions,
ind bridges swept away. The snow
n the mountains has drifted twelve to
ifteen feet, destroying snow sheds, in
iome instances, along the central Pa
New York Market.
NEw Yonx, Feb. 11, 13 P. M.
Cotton dull and jc. lower, with
ales of 1,000 bales, at 29-. Gold
CHAitu..:s-oN, Feb. 13.
Cotton dull with no sales-quota
Livnttool,, Feb. 13.
Cotton dull and heavy-uplands
2} a 121 ; Orleans 121 a 121.
OGi.NwlA. tlAMPTOX AND TIM SOUTH CAno
INA 1A11II.1An ConrANY.-We filud the
ullowing letter in the Columbia Phwni of
ev-terday, under the signature of "Edge
Sonie weeks %go the nnme of General
lampton was mentioned in connection wit h
he Presidency of the South Carolina Rail
ond Company; since then several articles
ave appeared in print with the evident
ntentlon of preventing the nomination of
lie General, by*predicting in advance that
c would not accept or did not wish the
lace, &c. I am satisfied, from recent.. in.
ormation, that. General lllapton will ao
ept the position if elected, and his friends
ced have no doubt on that point.
In this connection, it is proper for us to
late thnt the announcement of the with
Irawal of the name of General Hlanpton as
candidate for President of the touth
arolina itailroad Company, made in the
uewa of Saturday, was based upon a private
elegram received in this~ cIt yfrom Geeral
lanmpton, in wvhieh he said, "Wi'thdraw lay
iame as a candidate for the Presidenoy of
he South Carohinia Railroad." This tele
;rams Is stilt in our possession.
SCHoFIELD. TO B3C SKCRETARY oF
W Au-I huave other and better reasons,
,vbich'I am not at present; preptired to
Jivulge, for believing that the Cabinet
fully decided n'pon. Only one name
:nuh be given at this time, that of John
it. Schofield, the present Secretary of
WVar. The authority for the statement
yannot he given, but there is noat a sha
low of doubt in my mind that Gen.
4chtofie.ld has been asked to retain his
sortfolio, and that lie has consetnted to
Jo scr Future cornbinations may no-.
esitate a chang~e, but at present Grant
ntends to contiue Schofield ina the
WVar bepartment. and is riot likely that
hat he willechainge his mind.--Wash
'ngton telegram-CGin cinnat* i Cormercial.
The wealthaet heitesa in Russfa is
A~nna Gagarin, the daughter of a Mos
:ow merchant, whose fortune is est.ima
:ed at one hundred million rotubles. The
young lady is his otly daughter, well
ydnecat.ed and good looking. Among
lier snitors are nearly all the sons of the
most aristocratic Rt,sstan boyars,
IJIEUTENANT BRAINE NOT PAnDON.
ED-The Washington correspond ent
af:the New Yorke World says :. ."Thec
paragasyh going the 'rounds that Cap.
tains J. C. Braine,' ex-Confederate
Navy Captain, has been pardoned, it
wnta1ua. [[a isi still in prison,. . The
Presidewt ha -done nothitng with tbc
DxKATHI oP "s H1AnTz,"--.Nt Or
leman., February l0.-George Mecnigh
better known as "Asa Hartz,'' died o
Consumption tais morning in diih
Mr. McKnight is well knowns. ir
Richmond where lie huas family connec
A resident of Brooklyn recenrtly
while laboring ninder the insane idet
that sonme one wasn trying to rob him
took his watch and *400 ont on thte
street and gave them to the first stran
ger lhe met. The stranger has not re
turned them, atough the . Brooklynit
has beconie sAp.a again.
Vnnderbilt is tunderstood to be nego
ia ting foi- the control, of the roads .t<
Montreal and Boston, with a ir'epenf c
All Georgia seems to be alive o1
the~ subjeot. of mnnufatories. Wuit
thfat the whole South right qathi he
The population. of Memphis, Tenne
t see, was estiiated at sixty thousand
r three years ago. A late census returns
but thirty-nint thousand. The decrease
- is attributable to the terrible condition
of Tennessee under 3rownlow and the
t negro rule.
A man tried on a pair of pantaloons
in a New Orleans clothing store, and
while the proprietor's attention was
distracted lie allpped out, leaving his
old garments and a forgotten porte.
tortmaie containing sixty dollars in
one of the pockets.
'-Aw," exclaimed an English cockney to
a traveler in England, ''peaking-nw of thtl
law of primnogeniture, 'ave you hentail in
America ?" "Iontail !" said the . met ican,
looking at his interrogator with curiosity;
"no Mir. We have the cnectnil in . nerica,
and.a very popular drink it. is."
Nitro-glycerine is recommended as <
a certain eure for a cold in the head. I
You fill both nostrils with it and
touch it off with a match. Result: a .
thorough blowing of the nose.
A Hindoo map has America as the
capital town in Africa and Africa as
a small island. Africa as the capital
of America would have been nearer
Old Point Lookout prisoners will be
rejoiced to hear that a railroad is
about to be constructed fron Wash
ington, Md., to that well-known lo
A practical jiikcr came to grief re
cently in Michigan. IIe imitated an
owl, and friend, believing him really
to be one, shot him.
DSATII OF Two GooD CtTI'ZNs.-Within
the last two weeks. Barnwell District has
been deprived of two or her most excellent a
citizens--Maj. IV. It. Barker, and Maj. A
J. Nix.--.rnteell Sentinel.
Dr. French, who recently figured
largely in Charleston, has absconded
from Wilmington, N. C., leaving his
The average number of passengers
on each passenger train in England is
said to be only 78.
. The wholo amount of business done
last year in New York city by the as
Sociated banks was $31,159,716,3.18.
Some two hundred delegates at
tended the last meeting of the Geov
gia Agricultural Society. do
Charles Dicken9 is suffering from
palsy in the right hand, brought on by -
excessive use of the pen.
Observed duties mair.tain our cred
it, but secret duties maintain our life.
They who love the longest love the
The Fastest Route North or South,
via. Charlotte & S. C. and Co
luibia & Augusta Railroads.
HIIANG E OF SCIIED U E .
Cor.u3fanA, San. 24, 1809. Il
0N and after Sunday. the 24th inst.. the
Mail Trains ove, these Roads will run
as fullows :
Leave Oraniteville at 7 20 a am -
Leave Colnumbia 12 30 p tn
' Winnsboro, 2.42 p m
" Chester. 4 40 p in
" Chn.rlotte, 7.45 p m
" Greensboro, 1 00 a i
Arrive a. Rtichmond, Va. 10.0)0 a m -
Makitig close connection here, with tranins
for thme 19orth.
Leave Newv York, 8.40 p ma
o Philadelphia, 12.15 a mn
" Baltimore, 4.15 a in
" Wasington, 7.00 a in
IlRichmond, 2.00 p m
" reensboro, 1.00 a ma
" Charlotte, 6.00 a mx
"Cheoster, 8.60 a ma
" Winnhoro, 10.27 a tn
Arrive at Columbia 12.25 p m
Arrive at Granxitoville at 5.00 p in
AN AccoMlODATIoN TRAI N wiLLj RUN Ast FOL
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leave Columbia, 7.00 aiim
" Winnsboro. 10.46 a mx
"Chester, 2.00 p am 1
Arrive at Charlottec, 6.50 p m
Tiuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Leave Charlotte, 6.40 a mn
"Chester, 1 1.25 a mi
SWinnsboro, 2.05 p mi
Arrive at Columibla, 5.10 p in
C. BOURJ1NTO IIT,
jati 24 Superintendent.
IN addition to our large stock of Dry
Goods, Drugs and Medicinx., We have just
receive d a large lot. of a
Consisting in par1.-of ft:indstonies, Smiths
Bellows, HJandI and Sledge Hammers, Vises,
8tock and Pad Looks, 8deket Chisels, Horse *
IRasps, Hand and Milll-Saw Files, Hand
Saws, Augers, Drace and Bits, ltoundhead
and Cut Tacks,. Nails, Garden IRakes, and
Hes, Garden Trowels, Briok Trowels, and
everything usually found in a flrst class
.1[ardware Store, all of whichb we will sell
as cheap as can be found elsewhmere. Call
and examine.our stock.
Ketehin, XcMiaster & Brice,
WINNBOfR0, S. 0.
~NONS, Adamantine Candles, Colgates
- 1kmly7 Soa,~ &o., foi- sale at
I jan*& .
SATisAX/i SA !N~
10SACJKS 01 LIVE I, SAL
AGENTS WANTED FOR
3ECRETS OF Tit E, GREAT CIT11
I Work dcscriptive of the Virtues and th
Vices, the Mlysterics. Mliseries anti
Crimes of New York City.
If you wish to know how Fortunes at
nndo and lost in a day; how Shrewd Me
ire ruined in Wall Street ; how Countryme
ireswindled by: harpers; how Ministers an
derchants are llackmailed ; how Dant
(alls and Concert. Saloons nre Managed
Io,v (aInbling (iouses and Lotterles are cot
lucted ; how Stock n(1 Oil Cotnpinies Or
Innte and how the lluibl'l:s Burst, read thi
york. It cont.ains 3> litie engravings - tell
1 ailaou the Mysteries crimes of New York
ad is tlhe Spiciest and ChI pe!t work of th
Price 1uly i. iper Copy.
Q ? Send, for Circulars and see our terms
nd a full deser p.ion of thle work. Addl.res
ONI;S BitO'l'PLRS & CO., Atlanta, (Jo.
CA UTION---In;erior works of a simuilin
bara ter are being cireulated. See thn
he books you buy contain 3a tii engrav
ngs amnd sell at 52.in p.r copy.
rOr\Il t[D this (lay under firm nte o
LAUD IOS. & 'o.. for the purposi
f cnrrying on the Dry (loods business.
A. W. LADD.
"'W. 31. U1W1O11T,
C. II. L ADD.
Jan. 1, 1809.
As is our usual custom we oll'er our en
to stock of
cost prices for one ntoulhi.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
LADD BR08. & ('O
We will continue the above business un
r the old style.
REMEMBER THE DEAD,
IIAVE just. received a complete assort
fnid Ine ref 1 lisions, viz.
ontuents, llead-Stones, M onunultal
end-St.ones, Tombs, Tomb Slabs, lureni
)ps, &c., which I will sell as low as any
arble Dealer in the State..
Call and be convinced.
LEILANI) M. SPEEl.
feb 0-3m Opposite t'ost.Oftice.
TH E BEST POTATOE.
. ARLY Goodrich Potatoes and warrnnted
( Garden Seed, at.
feb 2 TIOl'SON & WOODWAln D.
HTDES ! HIDES
wuKau s Mi I I
BEST DRlY HID1ES, 20 cents.
LEST OREEN HIDES, 10 cents
Ja 0 JOlN P, MiArTIEWS, Jr.
undorsigned hegs leave to Inform ilh,
public that Ite has opened a Firs
Class c,ONFE1CTIONARV' one dIoo
Drth of Dr Lauderdale's, wheo 'will bi
apt, all klids of -Frenoh Confectionarie
nd other Candles. Nuts, Fruit, Toys, '&c
a fact, everything usutally found In a Con
botionary. E'. W. OLLEVE4R,
JUST -OPENED !
IVW. OLLEVER, & CO., respeotfull;
I. be leave to Inform the oItir.ens c
'airild anid the publio genotally thet
tey have openod a
3AL 11001 and RESTAURAN'l
a Winnsboro, on the east sIde of Mailn St
stweent Jno. P. Matthews store and Mr.
leMaster's hotel, where all kInds of
Wines, Liquors, Ale, l'orte. an
an be found, eIther on draught, lai bottle
r by the drink.
Our Restaurant, will be furnished wIt
resh Oysters direct from SulfQTk, Va., an
~orything else the market Mffords,
A LOT of LiVERPOOL E5 7t, just recell
.4 ed nd'for'safe by
Jan 21 MCINTYRE &OCO.
US$ reolvTAd . kd ftsleb
ORN MolIKTT E & 00,
Watches, Jewelry and Clocks,
NDi mnny other things Come and see.
oy motto is quick sAles and small
profits- (llAlt,.S AlMULi,Elt,
Next door to Cot. Rion's Ollico.
UlS18. SUGAR, till grades,
,. I C(l F l'El ,-bet'st,
FINE S. C. CANVASS HAMS,
LARI), in Keg,
FANCY (fliOC10R IFS,
f All kinds CANDIES,
Finest Frer.ch Con fectioneries.
Ale and Porter.
Goodrich and Early Melrcer Pota -
LSO Oar,in Seeds. Just received by
K1'TCH1IN, MO.IAS t'Eit & UBIC;.
ri;lE Wando mining and Manufacturin
- Company offcrs to the Planters ani
Farters of the South their Fi.it:'.x.It:,
known as the
"WA N DO FERTILIZER,"
Which the experience of the part, season
has proved to be one of the tfost valutble
in our nmaket. It has for Its Ise the ma
Ierials from the 'hosphnt e lteds of the Com
o:y in Aslilty lier, and is prepared at
iheir works at.
East Etd of Hazel Street,
in I his city. In order to guarantee its uni
formity and innii,ain i:s high standard, the
('ompany s amade nrrangeneniS with the
distinguishtd Chetmisl, Dr. C. U Shepard,
Jr , w ho crelfully annlysos all the amnoni
cal anil other material purchased by the
Company, and the prepared
brfore being uil'ored for msle. The Compiany
is resolved to mako an art iole which Will
Worve to be a Coat i't.f:Ttt IlANUtnt: and give
For termn, circulars and other itforma.
tion. apply to
No. 1 Sourti ATLANTIC VIAtte,
Charleston, S. C.
WM. 0. DUKES & 00.,
General' Commission Merchants,
ollI1t Athitttic Wlllirf, Chrilesto, 8. C.
('onsignients of Cottont, Hice, & '., re.
spectfully solicited, anud liberal aidvances
Pot, fany)Buckets, Wniah Pans,
lT i ltes,) Strainiers. 'aters,
;n ps, Table Balt, . . ma,
Inik, Penis, Cott ofi
1bichcet, 3aoerell, Chieese, Crackers, Soapio,
(till kinids) Soda, Starch, Canidles,
Black Pepper. (linger, Allspic,
Cisnninon, Cloves, Nut igs,
Powder, Shot, Caps, Pis..
ts, Pickles, B1utt
Rnishns, Almonds, P'eoan Nufts, Br'nzil Nnts,
English Walnuts, Chewing and Sinok.
ing Tobacco, .4egars. Shoe Thread,
Tacks, Yanikey Notions, &e.
te received by
JollN MeINTYItE & CO.
Fronm 4 to 1150 llorse
SPower, includinug this
olehirnted Cor(iiiS Cuit
off Engines,5Iide, Valve
Stationary E n g in a a,
U~Portble Engines, &.
Alo. Cit cular', aluiay
and Gang Saws Mitls,
and Shingle Mills, Wheat and Corn Mills,
Circular Saws, Belting. &c. Scnd for des
criptive Circular aind Prioe LAst.
WOOD & MCiNIf4 S-rAM:1Ex. "o.
- feb 13--Gm Utica, New York.
1 WOULD invite the attntion of dealers to
myJLarge and WVell Assorted stock of
, POWDEBR, consisting of
tf ilifoe lfg, in kegs, hialf and quarter kegs',
t also ini one pound and lialf pound daaise
Deer lif, in kegs, half and eptarter kegs,
,also in one pound and half pound canisters.
Engle Sporting and Rtifle, in 01 pound kogs,
,one pound and half pound eanIsters.
-Eaglo uuoking, in. 12.3 and 41. pound kegs,
fiYe 1ioi@d and one poffnd onnisters,
j Blating Powder, fn iwenty-five)pound kegs.
Sporting, Mlining and Shipping Pow ler
of every variety, munnfactured at the cele
.brated Mills of *. J. DUFONT DaNEMi
eOUlR8 CO., WVilmington Dolaware, whose
rep tation has stood unrIvalled for uity.
Iam prepared to 611 all or'dets, either Re
tafll or Wholesale, allowin'g a liberal dir.
donttt.In lets of twenty-five llegs ci' more.
4. N. ROD8ON, Agent.
dNos. 1 and 2 AtlantI.o Whart,.
deo 8-8 Chrteu'tot, 8.0C.
1EANUT CANDY, Leinoa Gum Drops,
-ugaw Plum., Jellies, 'English Mint
Lozo , AlondOatd, 06a'ds Oyster.
,wIH. ' fdR Merilt'i a n
F EIrT II
The Old and C.ongest Esta
I iODES' MANURE, in its preparation, is
. of Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Tobacco, 'otat
the Manufacttiring Department is conduct
Chemists and Manufacturers in the United 8
It is endorsed, approved, and recommnen.h
and Agriculturimss in the Sonthern States.
ly," always reliable, productive of large cro
the high percentage of "Trute Fertilizing Pr
Price $67.60 cash, or $0f time, with facto
lot December, 1869.
OItCiIILLA GUANO, "AA."--A fine Bird
Price $35 cash, or $40 time.
PERUVIAN GUANO, warranted pure, em
prIces for cash.
BIlckstocks, S. C.
[ A A happy to inform my friends and the
public generally, that I have purchased
a large stock of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Ilardware, &o., consisting in part of
Calicoes, of all kinds,
Ready Made Clothing,
Fine Family Flour,
Country Cured Ilams,
Whiskey, (of all kin-is,)
Old Nectar, &c.,
Sh-rs, Pepper, Spice. Powder, Shot, Cnps,
'liere's your Mulo" Tobacco, and a great,
many at hr art., eR Ion nutmierous t o mian i
All of which I will sell for less than any
other store in tie )istrict for cash only.
Call and examine.
Sulphuric Acid & Sliperphosphate Con
ChIARLESTON, S. C.
iTAVINO completed their Extensive Man
C.L ufactory, are now prepared to furnish
Bolublo Fertilizers, no other kind being
available to planters for immediate returns
for their inves/lnents. This Company, un
ler tho direction entirely of Southern men
of high ehatracter, cifers inducements which
will ron.n,n,n.n,l it. In Monthernt Planters.
.., n a h n nor a unlgeanl t1mias. COn
pheto in the United States, and enable then
to prepare att home a,n abundant supply of
the proper solvent. for the South Carolina
native Bone Phosphate which are near by.
From these Phosphates they propose to
manufacture a Fertto.r even richor in So
luable Phiosphiat 6s than those madeh flVourt Raw
Bones, and containing more than twie the
quantity of Superphosphate of imne founn
in the best aver-age manures heretofore of
fered for sale, the rates at which we offer
tIemi being no higher than theaverage price
of other Fertilizers, while the Mantlres con
tain twice na much fert ilizing material ; they
are Ira fatt iuch chenpaler to th(le conuamer.
Thecy are offered1 en (lhe mnark.et ini two
fdtrms, with a gumaratce tiat, the material
ini each wilb eorrespond to (lie advertise.
ETnwAN No l.--Solublo iaiosplate, coat
tauIning from eighteen to twenty-five per
cenat. of P'ure Soluble Phosphate of Lime
ail fiirnisheda at sixty dollars por tan.
EaAN No. 2.-Peruvian Super'phosphatei
corntining from sixteen (t, twenty per cent.
of Soluable Phosphate, anal three to fouar per
cent. of~ Ammonia, at soveulty dollars pier
(in, for appiroved acceptances, bearing in,.
(erest, or suoh other secuirity as many lie ac
eepirableo th(le Sub-.Agents. A discount
ofi (ea per cent. on the above prces will
be made for cash. Orders to be0 forwardedl
lianediately to tihe Agenats, anal dellvery
inade as dlirected.
WM. C. IIEE & CO., Agents.
C. G. MEsMiNosng President,
The DUn West Female College.
(0118 isoneof the most flourish
1 ig Istiutinsin the
lPnpls x'eceived at, atnj (limd
aft 1 charged from tIme of enater
Tuailton, inoinading Latin andl French,
$4 00 per month.
Boarding, incuhding fuel and washing
$14.00 par month.
J .. 1. BONN ER,
dec 10-8m President.
SOUTH CAROINA RA11;ROAD
02attA1I Sutr',RRNTENrUNT's (OrrwCE,
Charleston, 8. C., March 26, 1808.
(and after Sunday, March 20th, the
lJassenger Trains on the Southt Caroli
nailroad wril run as follows, vn :
Leanto Charleston, 6.80 a m
Arrite at, Atugusta, 8.80 p m
Leave Charlesatonu, 7.80 p m
Arrive at Augusta, 6.46 a m
Leave Charleston, 6.80 a m
Arrive at Columbia, 8.60 p an
JLeave Charleston, 6.40 p m
Arrive at., (,oluambia, 8.20 a mn
Loavo Augusta, 6.00 a m
Arrive at Charleston, 0.1 0 p m
Leave Augusta, 4.10 p mt
Arrive at Charleston, '4 00 a an
Leave Columbia, 6.00 aim
Alrri,ve at Chaeledton, - 8.10 p m
Leave Columbia, 6.80 p m
Arrive at, Charleston, 6.80 a at
Leave Charleston, 8.40 p at
Arrive at Summenrylle, 6.18 p tv
LeaweSumamervlllo, 7.20 a at
Arrive at, Cbtsrlosion, 8,85 a a
CA%OEN DR ANCH.
Ons Monatays., Wednesdays and haurdays.
ILeave ingrsvilIe, ... .20 p m
Leave QCjfln, - 6,10 a m
isT. PSAKE, Goa'l Suip't.
bished Standard Manure.
UT GTTAJ O.
made equally adapted for forcing argo crops
oes and ojher root crops.
d by Frederick Klett, one of the most skillful
d by nil of the most prominent Chemists
'It cn be relied upon as uniform In quali.
ps, 1niu Unexcelled by any in the maiket, in
rs acceptance, and 7 per cent. Interest until
Uunno, rich in Phosphato and Alkaline Salts.
I always on hand. Furnished at market
B. S, it 1' & SON, Agents,
JOHN D. MCCARLEY.
FIN1 FAMII.Y FLOU1t,
Country Cured Iams,
.h'iklrey, (of all kinds,)
Old Neolar, &o.,
Tin Ware, Candy, Pickles, Salt, Tobacco,
Segars, Boots, Shoes, Pepper, Spice, Pow
der, Shot, t'alps, "llere'n your Ms'lo" 'obao
which will be sold at, n .mnll advance on
New York cost for vush o:ly. Call anid'
eee. nov 21
&c., &c., &c.
'lli: subscriber Is now prepared to fur
insh, repair or niake to order all kinds
My P,aernt Cloths Washor will always be
on hand, they have been thoroughly tested
ror the past tWelvo months by the publio,
a.. , nut eases have given ontire ratisfao,
Lion. It is innplein its construct-ion, durable'
and not lial,le to got out. of order it will'
Wash six shit1s or that. bulk of clothes in
five minites If used according to dirctions..
I invite the citizons of 'Winnsboro and sur
rounding country to call and examine my
new Churn. Also my Dough Maoh'ina, they'
'eadueiled improvements over tho old me
IIOUSE-1tI GE"i.-,4 lIE INDEPENDENT.
Comto and examIne my Labo, a
inmet, andI give them a fait t, .
they do not give, enstire antisfaction, return
hern any tIime woh lin tir ty daiys and I wIlU
refurand t 110 morney, as I warrant every Me.
Winnsboro, 8. C'.
This is to cer'tify that we are using P'
RIlder's Patent Clothes Waslier; It. Is a I npie
ad not. lIable to get out of order. We can'
recommend It. to the publaic to be a great
aaving of labor and losa. injuriuas to the.
clothes than tihe old metoid of washing.
$ lle'v (311 Betts, Winnsboro, S C, Mirs Dre
lilR NiM ater, WiVansboro, 8 (1,' Mrs Sam:
Stevenson, Fairnoeld District, 8 0, Mrs.
Robt Hlerron, F"airfled D)Istrlot, S 0, Mra'0
Kennedy, Chester, 8 C, Dr J A I4edy,.
Dhester, 8 C lir s Caleb Darnes, Columbia.
S (3, Mrs J1?, Yongue, Columbia, S C; Capt.
14 M Orilst, Proprietor Enquirer, Yorkvillo-.
B C, Mrs. 8. 15, Clownoy, innsboro, 8: o:,
Rt. W. lirico, Pastor Ilopowell Chauroli.
aug 11 _ _______
Fs A. SOUTER & 0%
(Successors to H. H.. Blease.)a
. DALElio IN
COOKING, PATLOlT & O1FCE
OF TIEDOTMRVS Pl9$N.
Also Manufkoturers.oS and' haters in
Plain, 'Japarmed and kressed Tin
wvare, HEouse FamfSitillg Ueodt, &v,
gg Store two doors below rjroe'a Cer
ner, MaIn Street, Columbisa, 8,, a,
F. A. 80UTENlj . M., IIALLMAW.'
ZMORESit YPU150 AIRrCA.
T HE bstJerenle agsin. ve, Boy
Arm t.'D'osoffai tosebre coygggood
Mletoacope, ' ith 4 ls ne 0o con0
Aoe wittg obeta or-e (&*d't1lded,
peari Pockt Knife and 1 4ig paber of'
other desirable attio1e~,sIvy pulum.
to e&okhasubscriberj bies
418 nrdsI* e W.
Try U6, Boy,sad Giflei.9 BIDM n EW
pies, Ave eentsu,malled frer.A i