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FLOnENCE, April 13.
Bertinatti succeeds Corrutti as
Minister at Washington.
HAVANA, April 18.
The Diario reports that the insur
gents .re at Lagona. The woods
around Puerto Prinoipe are on fire.
The insurgents are concentrating at
HAVANA, April 15.
a Napoleon, Arrango, and other in
surgoant chieftains, are heading a
party in the Central Dcpartnient in
opposition to General Quesada, who
however, has the large:t number of
Advices from St. Thomas report the
arrival there of one of the Peruvian
A supply train with an escort of
900 men had arrived at Santa Crus,
after having lost six killed and twenty
wounded. The insurgents on the way
were found to be very numerous, and
provided with beef and vegetables,
but no flour.
LONDON, April 15.
A meeting of the conservative mem
bers of Pt rliament was held to night ;
over 200 attended. Disraeli was pres
ent, and made a speech, in which he in
dicated the future policy of the party on
the Irish Church question, and announo.
ed the amendments which would be pro.
posed by the opposition to the bill now
pending in the House of Commons.
These amendments ate ir. effect that
grants made to the Irish Church since
the reformation are to remain intact ;
that glehe lands be retained by their
present holders without purchase, aad
that the union of the Irish Church and
the Church of England ceaso in 1872.
Important. modifications of the financial
sections of the bill are also proposed, in
cluding the establishment of a capitali
zed smn for the support of the clergy,
of-annuities, and application of a large
portion of the church revenues to the
support of public worship, and to defray
the expenses of the management of the
HAVANA, April 17.
In consequence of the publication of
a document issuing from New York
over the signature of Mercies Liemus,
the envoy of the revolutionary party of
Cuba, imposing certain conditions upon
the Cubans refugees for their support,
Captain General Dulce has ordered the
seizure of all the property belonging to
Lemus. Leon, Casanova, Cienvos and
others. The journals, generally, ap
prove this confiscation.
The rebel General Adulcere was
captured, and executed at Mansarilla.
It is reported that a schooner with
arms and men was captured near the
mouth of Mantua lver, at the Western
end of the (stand.
Three expeditions from Florida have
nrrived at Bayno, and an union of the
volunteer forces of the Cuban inautgents
has taken place. The Spanish c rces
LoNDo; April 17.
The Irish church bill was debated in
committee to day. D'Israeli moved to
strike out the following clause: "After
the lst of January 1871, the said union
created by act of Parliament between
the churches of England and Ireland
shall be dissolved, and the said church
of [reland ceases to be established by
law." The motion failed by a'vote 221
ayes to 344 nays. Tremendous cheers
weemade by thie Liberals.
W ASHINGTON, April 13.
The Alabama treaty was rejecte i
to-day by a vote of 54 to 1.
J. Lathrop Motley has been con
firmed as Minister to England and
John .Jay to Austria.
All the Ir.tornal Revenue detectives
who were appointed prior- to the 10tli bf
March are to be discharged after the
30th of April.
Among the applications for Judge
ships of the Supreme Court under the
new law are Ex-Gov. Brown of' Geor
gia, and the famons Judge .Underwpod
Silas A. Hudson, a colored man, has
*been appointed Minister to Guatamala.
WASHINGTON, April 15.
It is understood that Gen. Plumb,
our Consul at Havana, has *been~ Ii
strueted to demand full hatIjetion
for injuries donie by 8yaniards to
Gen. James Tottert has been as
signed to the Miltiry D iIsion of the
Seazth, and Col. R. Jones to the De
pArLment of the South.
The President baa nominated Louis
E. Johnson, as United States Marshal
of South Carolina.
WA 1Iurwovo. A pril '1.'
It is stated that, Secretar Boutwell
has appointed threel negro clerks to the
Savannah Custom 'House, among thenm
Sims who was expelled from the Geor
The bill restoring the property of Col.
Blanton Duncan, of Kentucky, (a part
of which lies in this city) faIled by rea
soni of the refusal of the President to
give it his siginature.
TIheo Senate will probably adjouirn
about the middle of next week.
More Indictments Against GuStamW
Nitw ORLEAN8, April 16.
The grand jury yesterday found two
more inrlietments.againist Secretary of
State Wickliffe, making six or seven
now pending against him. It is stated
he has drawn warrantgeRa1nit,the print.
ing and legislat,ive accounts largely en
excess of the appropriation.
The brig H. C. Coiston was eyemt.er.
dlay seized by Collector Casey. fo,' an
alle,,ar1 violanion of the reenue aw..
and because it was also alleged tlat slc
had aris on board for Cuba. Investi,.
gation revealed an attempt to defraud
the insurance companies, the captain1
stating that he had been offered $5,000
to take the vessel to sea and destroy
Revolution in St. Domingo--Further From
HAVANA, Aptil 16.
A bloody revolution is raging in Car
accas, St. Domingo.
The schooner Mary Powell has been
declared a legal prise by the Spanish
Artillery detachmenits are being sent
to Nuevitas by steam.
Tho 1'resident, of the Revolutionary
Junta at Holqiin was captured and exe
cuted at Gillnra on the 6th inst.
Sales of rugar yesterday reached 12,
000 boxes, with a firm market ; No. 12
quoted at 9 reals.
New York Market.
Nrw Yonic, April 17 P. M.
Cotton without decided change.
iuiddlings 281 ; sales 1,700 bales.
CHAnr.FSTON, April 17.
Cotton in quiet-middlings 271
a 28 ; sales 200 bales ; receipts 405.
Ltvtran'oor., April 17.
Cotton quiet-uplands 121 ; Or
leans 12f ; sales 5,000 bales.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES
Hats, Bonnets, Sundowns, &c.,
Just received by
aprl 17 Mrs, J. D. Mc('A RLEY.
ALE! ALE !! ALE !!!
3 CASES of Fine Ale just received, and
for sale-at $2.50 per dozen.
april 15-If II. IV. DES'ORTES.
ALL p sons are cautioned against tres
L.. pass night or day, on
my Plantation on Jacksol C' .
apr1 21-x2 PATRIC . A TINGS.
WoNnvuL.--Ilenry W. Du r, 14o. 49
West 14th Street, while on a visit to the
West,. was attacked with severe illness from
drinking impure water. Life was despaired
of, ar.d it was thought that he must die.
His wife was immediately sent. for, and in a
day or two was at~his bedside, Having
herself seen the beneficial results from the
use of PLANTATiON BITrmns,she insisted upon
their being administered to him, which was
done, in quantities prescribed by the, at.
tending physician. The result was almost
as if by magic, and in one-half hour from
tihe time they were given her husband was
out of danger, and by a moderate use of
them three or four times a day, he was
soon able to resume his journey to his home.
This is but. one case of many thousands
that we know of.
MAaNoLIA WATFa.-Superior to the best
imported German Cologne, and sold at hatf
tho price. april 15-Ixw
F?ANIIIY MElDICINE OF TIlE AGE
Taken internally, il Cure.
Dysentery, Cholera, Diarrhasa,
Cramp, and Pain in the Stomaeh,
Dyspepsia and Indigestion,
Sudden Colds, Coughs, &c.,
Taken Extern ally, it Cure.
Boils, Felons, Cuts, Bruises, Burns and
Scalds, Old Sores, Swelling of Joints,
Toothache, Pain in the Face Neu
ralgio, Rheumatism, Frosted
Feet, &c., &e., &e.
The 'Fellow that Looks Like
And sarceknowwhatto do,
Frhoelonesome months are oorging on
', hen cual.omers are few.- -
But U'ye this consolation,left,
Thos few perohanoe they be,
Among the few, that some will call
On the fellow that looks like me.
For thins fellow that looks like me they say,
Has many things that's fine,
Such as MAderia, Malaga,
With Port and Shefry 'Wine.
uH's WVhlskey too, that's.bound to please.
Bri you need not, fearful be,
Of any of the goods you buy
From the f'!llow that looks liko ale,
Hi6's good Tiobaceo 'and Segarn,
With-Porter, Ale and Gin,
As well as very fino old Corn,.
l')iot lately has conie Un,.-'
Hle'b Old Tom London Cordial Gin,
And Magnumn Bonulp Pqy,
With Mogenthoepen' Bitters one,
Which,all for health should.try.
In t,ct he's ev6ry'thlati,1 f~ne,
ThtL in a Bar should be,
8o just call round amnd see thIs ohap,
Who's just the image of rme.
When friends fall out, and they to law,
For -settlement resert,
They'd better first iny Liquor try,
For its not the fighting sort ;
But piece and quietness does'reigo,
And friend. can't disagree,
If -they will drilk thei Whiskey sold
.By thme fellow that's just like me.
Btu I must close, yet ere I do,
This tehib Id tell ta thee:.
That in myShant yu can 4,
Tl sdw tl st lj&6'pne.
1'sLr~e' chap ad tl44 yn pp~e
wat's addreseedlhie0,lfues to thkee,
AiiayAucannot 44 .beneath thqBwlu
A fellow thaq's. sneyole ice,
Than yours respecift~ ,ILIU
api-k 18 P. tid,I N
HB~FI Annual Meetieg of .the Stoeltholdd
era of the Cjarotte & 8. 0, lIp4
wi be lield in Co!umb1son W4,4ak
Idst.,'he n * SW as" 1 fi
api 10..iA 0. 11. M ANSO4t.
At Your Own Homes.
EITHER SEX--Suitable for steady hantids. I
Pays large profits.-tlddress for particulars
"COSTAR1," NO. 10 CROSBY ST. N. Y,
Latest New YorK News.
Look Out I ! Look Out ! I
Look Ont ! ! Look Out ! ! i
"Ilenutifies the Complexion." E
"Olves a Rosy Glow to the Cheeks." is
"A Ituhy Tinge to the [,ips." pe
"Itemoves all Blotches and Feckles." te
"The Pest in the World."
Bittcr-Sweet anid Orange BlossoIns.
fiqY One Bottle, $1.00--Three for $2 00- '
1000 Bottles sold in one day in N. Y. City.
4*dim All Druggists in Winnsboro sell It. Cii
"That Cough will kill you,"
Try "Costar's" Cough Rclnedy.
"Colds and Hoarseness load to death,"
Try "Ct,tar'y" Cough Ilemedy,
"For Crou ps-\V booping Coughs,&o."
Try "Cosla's" Cough RcIllty,
"Costar says it is the best in the wide
world-and if lie says so--its True-its
True-its True ; and Wo say Try it--Try it.
-Try it." [Aorning Al'..pr, Aug 20.] . m
iAll D ruggists inl Winnsboto .ell it 1
Standard Preparations ti
"Costar's" Rat, Roach, &c,, Extcriliultors,
"Costar's" lied Bug Exterminators,, ';
"Costar's" (only pure) Inisect Powder, 81
"Only Infallable Itenedies known." 1
"18 years ostablished in New York." tal
"2,000 Boxes and Flasks manufactured dal
"I I I Beware ! ! ! of spurious imitations."
"All Druggists in Winusboro sell them."
COSTARI, 10 Crosby St., N. Y , pr
Or, JOUN F. isENuY, (Suceasor to)
DEMAS BARNES, & CO.,
21 Park Row, N. Y.
Sold in Winnsboro. ap1 15-1y
Under Decree in Equity.
John D Palmer, Ex'or, vs. C Palmer, et al
Bill to Marshall Assets and for : al of
Lan 1. - I-- It
IN pursuiance of ran order of Cot, 'nade me
in the above' stated cause, I will offer for
sale, at public outory to the highest bidder,
before the Court House door in Wipn,eboro,
on the lst. Motnday in May~ next, the 'ti'tof,
land described in the pler.dings it tl 01bove brl
stated cause, lying and situate In theitoun.
ty of Fairfiold and State of Santb Carolina, ;an
belonging to the Estate ef Edward (1 Pal- lin
mer, dee'd, containing 2,000 noros, muore or,
less. 'The tract will be divided and" Eold In 11
several lots. ,
TEnMxs OF SALE.
One-sixth of the gross bid to be paid ini
oash on the da,y of sale, and also cash ru(fi. re~
oient. to pay the costs of suit a:id expenses pr
of sale, and~ further to give bond for ther
balance, payable in one, two and three years,
eqjual annual instalmients, wIth interest
thtereon, payable annually, from date notil
the whole debt and Interest be paid, with an
two good aurities and mtort gage of premises,
and to pay for .the necessary papers and Ce~
8A ML B. CLOWVNEY, C 0 P
CI rk'i office, Itity side, .
Win abe e, 6th April, 1866.
U Lnder' Decree iin Equity.
Samnl. B. Clowney, C C P, vs. ,John R liar,.
rlson-Bill for Foredlosure of Mortgageo.
IN pursuance, of an order of Court, f
Common Pleas--Equiity side--made in this
ease, I will offer for sale at public out-dry ;
to the highest bidder, at. the Court House
door in Winnshoto, on:'the -l rL Monday' In
M ay .bext,..the . (ollowing .described ro
of land, lying In the. Cotin-ty -qf. .FairfllX
apd State of South Carolina,.and having
suchb slikpo marks end boundarIes as- i'epie
senated by p1 MI of re-survey, eieonted' by
Hi. Edlmunda<D 8, ad on file In-this office.
Cenlttieig in,the aggregate, 0-17 1l aci;ep.
TEateu, OF SALE.'
Seven Jt,ndred dolas to bo,paidi in Cash,J
on jho 'day of'pale, and' for the ir9lan~ce ~
credit' of one' year,'iib' ushnudl iti ht
fi'nm diiy of saald." Purchset' to g i bend
and mortgage of premfses; and payl foriue fo
esary, pA pers' and .stamps., ..4
?AMIJ, 1. COONNEY, C0, P
'Clerk4a otleeo, J39ui~ty side,
'ap 8--tx2 a
Uinder' Deeree In ]i"qTd'
William 5 Alls.9f Suaq C. Allstan, Eora, h~e
IN pursuance of spio1 p$,.ae 4
in the above stated' eaeseI *lll'dff4 "for K
-sale e4 publie outecy' (6 ne. highfat bi dder, ti
at the Cut-Ios'doot: ill 'Wlhj(bnoSon e
the 1st'Monde2 in ay next,:th.,following p
desof~Ibed, 1~~o A, .. Ist4t*te .
as MeKInslry and DavId C&muokq ~ca ' *
-' t hasevsi6 2 o eeArskii
api 8.-22 182'
A Pretty Assortihent of Ladies
leached and Brown -Homespuns
Mons H at i ad' Caps,
LARDS Ii" 8, A9I) N HAi
,1.,CallsR ad .69 .
TIlOM1PON A WOODWARD.
OOK B~IPUI U You. LEAP,
NSUQi1 your lives. Examine clusel'
and seu that tjp I, a .
quitable Lifet,;rsuance s"o.
abonad of ligy cmIpn t I th1 lj d1
rinitA you t4 Irhvel rWt ire It h
I States, by'se* iiihidd* "
he followig are ihons.tnt:f'ohi pnr:
s insurgd Ia tsirGtl ti t lwh:b,1L4r0
Ji ohnil at j n t " ' '
L Ellioft. Ebq, lIql A' Hor6 ,
v T' WEtwi, tobt'.Kedhiit'
k Brice,' ' - !'hos P:iteholl,
P1 3 11 69wney, P'ierie,a t,- ,
rA Woodgqnrd, Airs ,C Mlobly,
it 1 11 Icanus, *W W 1'ripe,
W Ketchiti, Jao A'Frlge,
pt E J Means, Ur David Menan*,
And a host, of othlersa Oall and get 4lC
JOIIN P. MA'TI4WSpjr.
Fresh :Country ButtQr.
POUNDS of f"esh Yellow Country
llter, for sale by .
npril 10 JOHIN McINTYRE & CO.
HO 'FOR -ELDER'S,
,11 subscriber re e otftl announoe
that ho has returtdl with a fu41 dYo'n>
Gocories, Dry G6od,'b obA; 8hos,',Ilf"
cry loods, &o.. which h6 w'ill sill at his
al low prices. -
Fis Millinery )ep rtnent Vyl ho under
manageernet of his sloei'. Mt's. thN,
0, wihtcompetent hesWtatits, 'will e:idea '
to give tsatirfaetion und -keep. up(rwith
[(is unsurpassed Labor-Saving lachines
Ah n Clothes Wi shers, t'thurus, Dough
eaders, &c., together with, hahs usual
uk of Furl.iture, Itepariug, &., will re
ve close. attention.
vorything warranted an repireonted or
:on bAck. - Call and so for yourself.
kx ri .apuIiy, flog,.
0 barrels E!ttrm Fami) Flbur, .just ,.rot
ved,.whicl; w,l1 he be 14 at.: 4ug 8U ,JOW
ces. A liberal discount given to the trale.
p1 8 'F. ELDER.
are now prepared to .low' one o
pjost contplets slpf.orpyin5nad ,pma
r Goods ov'eroffoi-ed int this ubrket.
-.ea Wite Qbiods.,...'
3lshbfiand'VIictoraa.Mirti; **eoait Oa:6.
D LItteS8wi luglin~A ni.C,qdfa.
TRobineas, Whito and Colored Birlliants,
d E.ye Dinpi, Rusia hikbek,o
nglisha andl Ame9rlcclu Calioes &Ai 11
Ileache'd and flrow'n liomalus.pk
I Stripped IUlokory. 8tirip.es, tJen,
bbonades and Domestlo Oilhghmb
(bods Ia 1 6 variety. is~ Ofal
los, Gift us . " 1.
Oo0ds at t 0 oeJ 0re.
/ a,9V~'LA bD BR08.40
pl 6 ' .ma 1 '14
* . *
15 4'.z O 44
4Offeted, anti al,ho sa h.b botiklf
Our goods areo numerous, well s4h4rf$@
sht hhve geen.boaghtfor C0I. 4andAVll
rta edi A
I A~s4 -V#1
A IA .e1
V 1 4iU .tdwt .qtd.~~
$rn and Summe' Dr
Of the L ateyt' Styleei inet -'opened
'7 Ihz. lradeea4n other Iuosiac
a large it8o tmd4t for 4nrat Uar
ware. 'Low for Caish.
Ketehin. MeMaster &
;' WrNaoBQ. c9 .
A ;BAHMIN BU111
jii a-ohea .p t
-n 1= 8 t8l 1,
aoertmnt o ae, firafare e.
uons Itin 1ItPartof
6,000 1hA Bdeot,* 1,000,buhil, Cotm;'8t
gar: Coftoee Lhrd, Hyson s j0Ibek' 'te
8Ioe,% ,Qtropkr ,.,4.'4 . Woketner
1>rage'se,Cr wl pzeg,ei A4dR
1 ony $. eri .r ,o i ith hOo
ohnht n ibwn. ,
fAlIu , ,ld s~~pi miskey, pui
a eenu ne. . p. r o prevent
from belgifUbad ''o w'rted' 1fi1 f
It eame>tso'usstrelqged tt unoVw d'sk;
ha.e; nowoh* 4 a- vpply9e .<in<
of 6dt'WY1laj afd L'u0f114''% 6
Lager Beer;.whloh,ws will 'be :pleased e
furaish qr qtgatornes.with whenv,qr.ghe
may thlnk' rbpe to 'Ne ui a 'ui: Alsd
well elected stook" of"Family Grooerie
Consisting %'f eoveral different brands
'Family Flout sugar, Coflee; Rice, Baooi
Lard, Fish, Ted, I I:andles, r Soa', '.'8arel
Sardines, Qyet.ers, *'rookexe, Raiajus,: t'It
lea, MoIaee, Peppet, Sde , Nuime OI:
ger, Mnot, 'Citron, Cur'edta, Sane of s
kinds, .Tobi; oe, 8ogaTp, &Q. All-of wbt
'we wilr sellofor i. .
~ 1Q~ SALE.
A4~ or 5 f9Jyp*4g u
dIreet fror -the
iiu4aogall ar.)o Ca Al
Tho above W4Idkqies448 g
PNE.'a ''*E 'n afdh *'
esprp.ssly igpFKhea.,;oghp. av~ ,te
o:'desa yj-dmja.It,.leotd t4 (4; fo8s1.6
be seen at my atore, et the ol49teapd,
- oUTW CAQLfT
~allo B 5' sreu r ot
Inera i a u n krf or
tethblf4IedkI 40 .
Gourdlun. of Goadf Mtthiqu.
Ueor e L. .ia -Seea.k;tIi
I. Ici N
O N D. MQOARLEY
If 1FA,1YLY FLOXJU,
countfy Cured nams,
WhiMuk (of all kid
O4 No1, &o.
0 n 0, SS. Dqt,0iyo,,0pr,8 0o ppe
dlr Sh a I'pi IIeo yotrte ~ obao.
7 which. will be-Mo1d at, al ag1 Mlpane on'
SNew York cos1 for-Cash orly. Call and
pg --J @yoR
ha - f t Ei b9f,z
b 1 4
In the D uit (o tof Vu
ted Btts,' . th Di cto
Ez pat t U. C. Trip'*,?dhTi. Tn Rv I.aban
C. Chappell' BAl pt, "Pedtop t6 4stb".
liah a llen. In'Bgitkf
TOTIE is hereby,glven,wthat all *redito s
holding liens on tte Estate of Laban
Q. Chappell, Bankrup itste appeat befog.
me, at my office I York,ille, .on- Wo
lhe 20th day qt" April net,ad whew. oae,K
toy they have whyrthe lien, of U6 C. Trapp
Adnr., should not be first. latisA"d. eatioi
be proceeds A,h" sale of the Estate of said
;nkrupt, B o ler of Court
W. J. O,AWSON; Regt$ter,
u the'Dl$7t )II 11
Ex parte Esther, lsrron, In Re fobett .
erron, Ba ktt Ptition to ostabl$
11e2. In Banktfipty.- -
6d bldi g atiEA fipi
A. d ezron, Btdkrt , Md r aipeat bobts
ile, at oaoe ?a orkeleon .o99 b9te
14 j~j~ wytbhla at
terron, sould not be tyr't satlslfit
the rooeeda of,the sare o11tb-Eitt6w*at4
a, rtlpt. , r4rotgi.QOgrt, . P
In the Dl8trft tcoirt ') "
W!teru trit oCvbli
In be, lite, o oo, D. , U4a49U, U8ltRIr".
tupt.- h n4kuptry.
Y Virtue of an Order, made by the Hon
eo,. .ry. , U., Judge .for the
Dip rl"t of( $out ttol ni, Astd*6
Mn olt' 809. Len ' edhoig a'e ttehy
Uotitfec to ~4iiliti' their1aisis painat
the afri,saadl"bue>t'dpt' s'8tale; b foee'W,
,J..lm weon,: Ba.,.Reqlater it Dankruptoy
at-Yorkville i,. said Dit riot, qq or bbfore
the 20th .c'itty otApril inst,, phd shew otae,
if any the r havo, hy the Real Estate of
said Dahkupt sld' not be'sold free ro1
Witusboro, 8. 0.,
4pr 84, 869 . . , -1,CLOWNBY,
april ,2i 7 1sigaee
ttco to dt.or .,.
d. B. Latnar, at. uz. et. al., vs. Lord and
Rutland, "Enrs., and Thoa. J. Robertson,
IN pursuanod' of decree is the Cotty of
1Equity, made in the above stated cause,
sll persus .yIng,.olaiss sgain, the Es.
te o N.-A PF' e'4, ar . tpqulred to
rove the sain e boe, on or bftoiite
st day of'Jutte ne tV
Ollie ot: the Clerk of the Court''b? doa"
0on Plei, y side, Winusbo o, 8.Q.9 ,A
80th rh, 1860.
8 D. CLOWN1kt,
C, C. C. P., P. O.
mar 80--1tl aw2 c
WM. 0 "DKES & 0Ql
' OTTON :AaTOB
, :J",., A/N1 .w
7ma otnission Merchants,
,Sth Atlantie Wharf, Charleston, 8. C.
Q IfumetI o',Cotton; 4oe, 4Rv,. 1e.
sde bereon ibe a
TAL181IED . g
WlAt *DR 4N1Y1eaHE,
W1holesalt and MetaII Dealer .
00OTS, $9IES. ndTHATS,
Oan0'R& 4 ouPrIN~ Ms e'
saa4 geWb4ti taot a tr'9 . t
10e Mit 0 ou O
iio ci - - a- _ _
0 the:Ma rM?L h iI 4s
4lii P iL:i 9AtK9'*rW .e 9 a.
e N#9 1 aM ' ,g
'$0ia - t ,2