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7 Os estates of Miguel, hamigo
and Aldimas have been mb oed.
Sugar firm, at 81 a 8f reald. Ex.
change on the United , ebor$,
gold a 6 premium.
Metiiaan advices of thenfi -tite
that Juarez and a party of forty nar
rowly escaped death, by the explosion
of a boiler on a.steamer in Lake Loz
coco. Romero was thrown overboard
bptho exploslou,, but saved himself
VAssuoN-r'ox, July' 15.
Michael Vi-liai of rjoutisiain, has been
nppomted Commissiotio-r on t.h part of
tho United States for the atijust Iment of
claims with Pern.
The Pretident arnd fimil, Postnns
Iter General and wife, and ex-Secretary
Boric l-ft. this morning, in tire Taihapoo
si, for Long Branch.
The President, to .aY i.9ited a proc
littiritron aii g- rtig the 30th of Noveni
bor for tle voL on the constit ion
dopted by the Austii, Text;, Conven
VTon. oil the 10th ifo Julne. No excep
tional clatuses are to be voted upon, the
votes being for and against the constiti*
The Distric: Attorney and Marshal
of New York have been severally in
structed at any and all hazards to eniI
force neutralitv laws and .break up ex.
pediionis against, Cuba. They are eni.
powe'rdt49o call on-thte army and naval
forces.to chrry onti the law to prevent
the departure of hostile exped itions.
Gen. McDowell and the admiral in
charge of the New York Navy Yard
have becu directed to respond to any t
call made in pursuance of the above
WASHINGTON, July 17'.
Disappointe d office-seekers are af
ter Bautwell for the return of their
pap era backing their applications.
Secretary Boutwell has ordered
1,500,000 in bonds to be issued to the
Central Pacifio -Railroad, being for
the completion of the road to Prom
An abstract of the reports of the
North Carolina banks show an oggre
gate of $2 600,000 ; specie in banks
The Collector of the Second Mis
sissippI, who has been appointed May
or of Viuksburg by Gen. Ames, in
response to the inquiry whether lie
can hold both offices, is advised by
the department to decline the mayor
A colored lawyer was admitted to
#be bar of the criminal. court of thi,
district to-day. Ie has long been
connected withthe Bureau.
NEW YoRK, July 15.
W. S. Sanford, the defaulting cash
ier of the Central National Bank, is
reported to have sailed for Europe,
t44 tin-boats are' being iapidly
fitted out.at the navy yard, fgr imme
diate ser, hok
Eleven indictients have been found
Aby the at-and jory against te most.
prominent bankers and brokers of this
city, for violating the usuary laws.
They 4.ill probab lyb be arrested to
S-r. Louts, July 15.
New Mexico ad vices state that the
Indians are still troublesome on the
Santa Fe Railroad. None of the
newly appointed Indian agents have
yet arrived in the Territory. The
crops are reported as generally very
flEL:NA, ARK., July 15.
Montanal despatches say that Wells,
Fargo & Co.'s ooach line was robbed,
at Moreno's Station, of $7,000 ins
AU.GU8'rA, July 15.
The crops arc suffering all over this
section of country fronirthe drought.
Turr1er's case, at Macon,- has been
postp~oned until Friday. :Several inm
portant witnesses are t'oiriv.
MEMPhIs, July 17.
The:Chinese Emmigration Society
hsas been ergranized, with a capital of
l,000,0O0, which may be doubted.
~40,0Q0 was s'ubscribed on the spot.
Shares are $100. Th'le convention or
dered.8,000 oopieaof,.the proceedings
to be printed,.and then'adjourned sine
fir. ,L~pU1, Jurly 17.
Au excursion train composed of rail
read officials, ran of the track at Law
renc.e, and many prominent railroad
cofficialsa were hurrt, hnt not killed. The
engineer and fireman were killed.
MaUow., Jurly 17
Tn the Turner insvestigation to-day,
,. the only effort made by thre defenco was
to imupelch the creditability of the wit
aiess Swayze. Some twenty blacks and
~whites swo.re hy would not believe
Swayzc on oath. The decision of the
Commisgiinrges reserved til Mvondary.
The Governnment f'oces have' destrog
Sed Ryan's camp'ot lilhmbusters on Liong
SIsland ani4brsnght over }2 piseners.
SRyan escsipea. 'Therg Nds.b blood
Cotton dull anid unohan ed,
sales of A0 ls
~~haof t O
Cotton quiet beyotidy Motpsi
of 60 bals ; tulvg4S' nas js 1
LIvtnirOOL, July 17,
Cotton quiot-uplands 123; Or.
SnooTING 11 N~wBRuy.--We clip
the annexed item from the Nowberry
Herald of the 14th :
We learn-that Mr. Pi.nk Harris, while
returning to his home on Friday night
ast received a shot feom some person
minknown. We nre informed that he
vas wolinded in the abdomen-but 'is
Last Satrday afternoon, Willie Ris
!r, attenmipted to shootJohn W. Wick.
!r. Mr. Edward Christinn standing
iear, caughtl the pistol and directed (he
mial in atiother direction, but received a
light wound inl his left hand.
"ONLY A TEN CENT MAn0 1-The
)ootblacks at the watering places cry
>ut contemptuously, "Only a ten cent
nan !" to one who gives them but a
lime for "shiining up." It seems that
Robeson, the new Secretary of the
.avy, Is only a "five hundred dollar
nan," having, according to a Wash.
ngton correspondent, subscribed but
hat paltry amount for General 0 rant's
Miss Sallie R. Banks has been ap.
>oinatod deputy collector of internal reve
tue for the Di'strict of Suzmto S.. C.
4iss Banks has been for some time
etteiing a colored school So says
A reward of $1,000 has been offered
or the arrest of the unknown fiend who
0mo weeks ngo masid an attempt to de
troy the lives of Mrs. Calder, ni her
our children, in Charleston. The at
empt consisted in setting a lighted
:erosene lamp under a bed.
Spurgeon's nose has become a mat
or of London newspaper comment.
\n irreverent fellow says it is as much
ead as his sermons.
The fishing at Anisau ou-q'iot-nu-son.
ro-mon-ao-ton-go lake, in Oxford
ionnty, Maine, is reported as firsterate;
t any rate the name is.
A storm in Iowa carried four thous
nd Feet of himaher a distance of three,
ailes. tearing ti e boards to pieces as
hey fle'.' through the n.r.
Ex-Governor Seymour, of New York,
ins intely recovered property amount
ng to the value of one million dollars
n a la w slit.
A couple in Savannah met for the
irst time on Friday ist, courted Satur.
lay, were "engaged" Sunday and mar.
ied on Monday. The groom is 75 and
lie bride 15.
Mr. George Peabody has added an.
tlier n-.illion of dollars to the Southern
In a California court one of the coun
elf offiered it) bet the jiudge $100 that
liat lie said was good law.
The Missouri Democrat speaks oi
'that part of ihis continent which Eng
and temporarily occupies."
"Mr. Speaker," once said John Ran
lolpht, "I have funnd the phtilosophter's
tone. It is pay as you go, sir, and be
>amid as you go."
Why is the printing-press like the
'orbidden tree in paradise ? Because
romn it springs the knowledge both of
rood and evil.
Fawning is not commiendalo ; but
here is no objetion to currying favoi
rith one's cattle.
A fount ain o' soda, which holds aboui
sighiteen gallons, will realize $17 at 5
ients a glass.
I'""" u*i''sined having at"**h*d to li
IConfectienary and Fruit Establishmneht,
mad opened for the Sunmmer a Saloon, wil
iorve up every day choice l0e Cream ani
sparkhlng Soda Water, and hopes often t<
tee his friends and patrons. Families fur
ilshed with Ice Cream upon short notice.
may29 E. WV. OLLEVER.
MOUNT ZION COLLEGIATE~
WINN8BORO, 8. C.
r hE Seconi Termi of this
Sehiolastlo year will open on
Lionday, the 2d day of Aug ust.
ertons at, a distance wishinag to
>hacetheir sons in this .fiourish
ng Inst~tue, should apply at. onee to the
Board, including tuit Ion in all the braneh
is, $100. In respectable private families,
aoard may be obtained at, lower rates.
L'uluion of Day Seholars same as last, terpi.
0. A. WOODWARD,
july 16--t~x8 Principal.
"I EALED proposals will be reeived by thc
undersigned unill Monday, thie 2d day1
>f August next, to tear down and rebuild
tiounit Olivot Church,.eeon miles north el
Vinnsboro. The building to~ be brick, 8td
u60 feet. The old. brick and other material
hat are found may. be used. Plan and
ipeel~ostions can be seen at Ketchin,. Me.
tiaster & Bries's store at Wiasbero-, or
Jaty's store, Oladden's Grove.
J. A. MoCROREL.
JABS. BBA TY,.
Columbi - Building Cormittep.
Colmba nis insrt once a week for
bree. weeks and lead bill to thit offlee.
THE undersigned takes pleasure in on.
nounoing to th. publlo that he has opened
a BLACKSMITH 8110P, at the old "Laugh.
lin Shop," near thie passenger depot, were
he will do every kind of Blacksmith
work. le las sCcured the services of one
of the best m9inith's In the country. antd will
be glad to receive the patronage of his
friends and the public in general. All work
done at his shop is warranted.
Juo. D. McCarley.
Rabb's Improved Hill-side and
TIlE subscriber is happy
t) Announce to the
planters that lie lihs receiv
ed a patent for his IMl'itOVED PLOW.
Although the season is too far spent for
turning and sub-soiling, he still flatters
himself that lie has a Plow, which, from its
peculiar construction, Is adapted to the
wants of the plantirs even at this season,
and during the ultlivation of the crops.
Being double.footed, different kinds of
plows may be used on the saume stock, a
small one for running next the plant. and a
larger one for breaking out. the middles,
both feet tray be used at the same titne with
bull tongues attached, which makes a con.
plete implement for covering corn. those
different changes are udtie wit thunt lie
slightest incouvenience to the plotighnar.
I have associated with tne Mit. W. A.
Mr.nour.v, of Mocksville, N. C., who is well
known as a reliable business man. and we
expect soon to cotmnence the manufacttro
of the above named Plow-we will sell
State or County rights, and would solicit
from the planters a trial of our Plow. Ad
dress V. 8. RAIlB,
Winnsboro, S. C.
Or W. A. MEIRONEY,
apt 24-3m* Mocksville, N. C.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
A PURELY SOUTIIERN INSTITUTION.
Assetts - - - - $500,000.
Gen. Jonx B GonDos. President.
Gen. A. It. Cor.quTT, Vice-President.
W. C. Monnts, Secretary.
SSUES every desirable form of policy on
ithe most advantageous terms.
Its prinoipal business is with the South
ern States, and to them it appeals for patroin
It has ample means to fully protect poli
cy holders and pny all losses
Rates of premium low, and the greatest
facility in payments allowed.
All its policies are non-forfeiting.
Its Board of Directors are well known to
be able financiers and men of the strictest
Keep your money at home.
460 policies ecured in South Carolina
since l0th of February.
References in Southm Carolina:
Col. W~m. Johniston, Pres't C. & 8. C. R. R.
Glen. Wade Hampton, Glen. John 84 Prmten,
Columbia, S. C.; Gen..J. B. Kershaw, Cam-,
den, S. C.; John Fraser & C~o., Charleston,
8. C.; Rev. John A. Broadus, Greenville, 8.
C.: Glea.8. McGowan, Abbeville, 8. C.; J.
B. McCants, J. II. Rion, Winboro, 8. C.
W. M. DWIGhlT,
Agent, Winnjsboro, 8. C,
J, HI. MILLER
207} Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY.
1 HAVE jus receivedl a fine lot of Cooking
.ISoewhih I wtll sell at prices less
than ever was offered in this or any other
Market in the South, having received an
agency in this line of bustiness, with In
struactions to erl quick with small profits,
I will be able to do so without any risk on
my p art. If the people want. a good Cook..
agS Stove, and one that will be warrantcd
to give satisfaiction, oall soon on the nun.
deraigned, one door below Bacot & Co.,
whore I wtil be ready to accommodate cus
tomers. C. L. RtEFO, Agt.
N. B, I will put up any Stove bought
from me, without, extra oharge, provided
parties buying, will furnish conveyances,
to any part of the r'own of Winnuboro, or
County of Fairfield. C. L. BI.
25 BARRELS fine N. C. Whiakey,
consisting of Pure Corn, Pure Rye,
Rectified Corn and Rectified Rye,
and both very fine.
Retail Liquor Doalors, particularly
those doing businesa in the country,
can purchase their Whiekies of me
lower than any place North or Bouth,
as they buy it in first hands.
CALL AND SEE.
W. M. NELSON,
Agt. "Old North State Distillery."
X-e.A G E B. 333D'M . I
[ AGER BEER containing Copperns. and
A, Ale doctored with S alt, Lime and Alum,
are the latest adulterations discovered in
Professor Nlapes, of New York, analyzed
the Beer from adozen different Breweries,and
all were found adulteratel with noxious
substances. It is said, that the finle of
drugs to brewers, is a profitable part of the
trade. This is perfectly infnous. Cuoecu.
his indicus, fish berrq, noxromica, (dog-but.
ton, froin which strichnine is obtained.) are
som'e of the deleolablo substancies found
in beer. These are potent poisons, and the
brewer found using thetm shoud be drowned
at once in his vats. I am willing to be
d. owned in my own vats if ansy impurities
should he found in my Beer.
I shall continue to make a healthful ier.
erage, o that it mity be drank by the most
delicate without the least danger.
JOHN C. SIERUERS.
june 19-1n1 Columbia, S. C.
IK EEP constantly in Store a large assort
nent of Ladies' Drcss Goods and Triu
mings, House Firnishing Goods, Shoes,
Boots, Hats, Goods for Mens' Wear, Ready
Mado Clothing, Crockery Wooden Ware,
Baskets, Tin Ware, Shelf Hardware, also
Iron, Steel, Hoes, &o.
School Books and Stationery, Juvenile
Books, Paper by Ream or Quire, Wall Pa.
poring, Window Shades, Floor Matting and
In the Drug Room, they keep a full Stock
of choice Mledicines, Oils. Paints, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Lamps, Lamlp Fixtures, &e.,
&o., &c- jnmne 10
LOO0K BWORE YOU LEAP.
INSURE your lives. Exarnipe closely
adsee that the
Equitable Life insurance Co,
is ahead of any cumpany int tihe -United,
permits you to travel any where in the Uni
(ed States, by sea or railroad
The following are the names of some par.
ties insured in Fairf'old to whieh we refet
tien John Bratlon, Samuel Catheart.,
II L Elliott. Esq, Rtobt A ilerrou,
Rev T WV Erwin, Rtobt 8 Ketchin,
J A Brice, Thos P Mitolhel?,
(Capt S B Clowney, Pierre Bacot,
O A Woodward, Mrs F C Mobley,
Capt I Hi Means, . W W Bie,
WV W Keohin, Jno A Frnser,
Capt. E J Means, Dr David Means,
And a host of others. Call ad get cr
JOHN P, MATTHEWS, Jr.
api 10 .Agent.
BY virtue of sundry Exeutione to me di.
reeled, I will offer for sale at Fairfeld
Court House on the first Monday and the
day following, in August next, within
the legal hour's of sale, to the highest bid.
der, for Cash, the following Real Pro.
petty. Purchasers to pay for Titles and
One tract of 882 acres, miore or hess, of
land in Fal ield County, adjoining lands ol
R.. Wooten, Benj. Cloud, B. Hall and ot hers'
levied upon as the properly of E. J. Wilson
at the suIt of WV. Nelson for anoiher and
Onte tract of 476 acres, more or less ei
land in Phirfield County, adjolin.. land: of
Margarot. Armstrong, N. C. Jfberteon,
Nancy Fraser and others. levied upon aste
poperty of William Smith, at the stit of
Hargaret. Armstrong and others.
L. WV. DUVALLz,
8. F. 0.
Sheriff's Oflice, Wiensboro, 8. C.
July 10th:, 1869.
T HIS is to oortif~y that I have lest, r mis
laid a Certilente of 8took for Tw(
shares of Stok in Lthe Charlotte and 8.0
Railroad, dated 24 et.1843, and ~o. 20I4,
and thai'appication will be :nsddfor eye.
newal of th ba se at the. ezpiratiou of theVs4
months from this date, 8A. TUMNR#
jts Ue A
r " undersigned takes pleasure in an..
L notunoing to the citizens of Winnboro
and the County generally that, ho has re.
cently itted up it cousidorablo expense his
'E311 IArzCK UjalcooxPtiL,
Where ' . will be pleased at all times to Boo
his frieinds and patrons.
is BA4R ROOM is supplied with all tho
choice brands of Wines, Liquore, liager
Beer, Ale, &o. Ilaving made arrange
ments for a regular supply of WE. fHo is
prepared to furnish all the
such na Sierry Coblers, Claret 'nuch. Lem
onade. Mint Julips, Gin Slings, &c. &c.
Watches, Jewelry and Clocks.
A NOTI I Vi n'tuortnent of the nbove nam
e( iartclee, Ju.,t received. Al o a fine
let of (ol Mintonie Pins, olox Bren-st P'int
My notto i quick ales nil smnall profits.
Next door to Col. ltion's oflice.
More Goods I More Goods!!
W E are uow opening-one of the largest
Stocks of Spring ad .ntumner (ood-4 ever
offered in this market.
Nearly tall of our goods have been, b-ught
bilnce the decline, an we are enatbled to
offer extra indtcements to
B-A. G-.A I ]WS S
Offered for the Cash Only.
LADD IIIOS. & Co.
Patent le di i'nas,
Just received by
may 2 L LAD ) 1 ,1108.
BUY YOR GROCERIES
W. W, KETCHINs
W 110 has Ju~st received direct fromt New
York, a full, varied and complete as
sotment of Groceries, llardware, &c.
Consisting in Par't of
5,a000 lba. Bacon, 1,000 hashlels Corn. Su
gar. Coffee, Lard, Ifysona Tea, Black Ten,
Shoes, Crockery, Tinware, Wookenware,
Blrade's Cr-wnt loes, Chewing Tobacco, No.
1 and 3I Mackro'l, &c. Whtich ho proposes
to sell as cheap for cash as any other mer
chant In town, mar 24
WkEnha: now on htand a full suipply of all
knsof Winos and Liquors, Ale, Porter'
and fLnger Beer, which we will be pleased to
furni'sh our customers with wheouever they
may think proper to give us a call. Also a
well aelected slock of F'amily Grocerhes,
Consisting oaf roeral different brandls of
IFamily Flour, Sugar, Coffee, Rico, Bacon,
Jardl, Vish, Tea, Coandles, Soap, Starch,
Sardines, Oysters, t'rackers, Raisins, Ilok
les, Molasses, Pepper, Spice, Nut mieg Gin
ger, Mace, Citron, Currentts, 8:attces of al
kinds, Tobacco, 8egare, &c. All of which
we will sell low for Cash.
O'a~ 'E a is furnished wit h
ICE andI we are prepared to furnish all the
Light. Wines and Summor Drinks. Such as
Lemonado, Sherry Cobblers, Claret Puncb,
E. W, OLLEVER & CO.
HO!i FOR ELDER'S'
TIE aubscriber respectfully annonnces
I that he has returttned with a full stock
of (.-ocerles, Dry Goods, Boot.s, 8hoes, Mil
linery Goods, &o.. which he will sell at his
usual low prices.
Hfis Millinery Department will be under
the management of his sister, Mrs. Shaw,
who, with competent ssistants, will endpa..
ior to give taalsfactlon anid keep up with
His. unsurp Is.4abo-Sayisg Mbinl~es,
suohb af .lt~e .Weshorna thsta Dou
Ksesitere, eo., to othet wlih' bla. tsual
hteek of erbIsfe rieg, &., wenl te.
Everythiipg wasraued aa, repressated bg
taenba andi~ see fo~r .f.
Fresh eauntsv J3'ter
Campsen Flouring Mills,
14 Market &41, Opposite State St eel,
JOHN CAMPSEN &CO
80 EAST BAY, CORNER ATLANTIC WHARF,
CiiALE813TON, S. V.
G RAIN, Iay, Flonr, and Coitmissron Mer
chants. Also, Manufacturerr of Urit
Meal. A largo stock of Northora, South
era and Campsen Mills Flour, always on
hand at lowest market rates.
Whtolesale and lIetail Dealer
BOOTS, SHOES and HATS,
F AST S I? F 1 AIN STRFI ET,
('0U fMI A S. ('.
THIE RIVERSIDE FOl 1869.
7 aIlS favorito Agaizine for the young
annorm~s t he folowning as almong the
t icalible feat-tires of t he new volutle :
New StorIes, contributedI especially to the
"Riversido" hI advance of their publlcation
ih Denmark, by llans Chiristiana Ander.
ien ; A Serial, "White and Red." of thrill
ing adreituro and huniorous scenesamongst
our Northweft Indians, by Mrs. Weeks,
aithur of 'Ainslee ;" Stories from Spen!,er
and Chaucer, by the author of the popu.
lar "Stories from Shakespeare ;" Papers on
Invention and Art : how statuos are made,
how telegraphs aro worked, how a boy call
make photographs, etc., etc. ; hfunting itn
South Africa ; Streets of Constantinople :
Aumerioan Cities,--New Orleans, Ba1ltimore,
Philadelphia, NeW York,.Bst ou, 0to.1 et. ;
Life o( the Prairie, andScenes frotu A leri.
etin History ; Exquisite Fairy Pictures adit
poems. Craceful titles by popular writers ;
liustrationis of the Bible, Ilisiory, Natural
I istry, Bilogrophy, Curiosities, eto : Pun
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the nimmes of Jacob Abbott, lians Christian
An'nerseni, alia S. A. Brock, Alice and
Phwho Cary, Nellie Eyster, F. R. (oul.
ilag, 'aII II linyna., llorace N. Scudder.
Porte Crayoun, I'ieurz Xulastac/', A ut hor of
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Little Sisters," etc.
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RULE TO PLEAD~.
State of South Carolina.
P.Foster & Co., vs James R. Ashford--A t,
W4IE R HAS the Plait did on' (he 23d
dTsay of June, A, D., .1868 file his do.
olaration against the Defendant who, (as it
is said)-is aseent from and without, the
lliyifs 6 f this State 'and has neheor wife
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B. B. OLOWNEPY, 0. C, P.
Clerk's Offiee, Fairfield D.istrict,
- June 28d, 1868.