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1oNDot, September 7.
Alexandria despatehles report the
utten crops of the interior as excel
lent) both as to quality and quantity.
ITAVAl, 6eptember 7.
The foreign residents, principally
Germans, are enlibting in reserve bat-,
talioris. Eight hiundred ibsurgents
hOrprised and rep uled-600 volunteers
near Puerto k rincipe. Reinforce.
ments were sent when the Cubans
declined to fight. On the 10th of
August the insurgents, .several thou
sand strong, commanded by Quesada
President Cer-pedes being presnt-r.
attacked Las Tunas. Two hundred
'nd firty Cubans were killed. The
garrison, consisting of 450 troops, lost
100 killed. The fight lasted nine
PARIs, September U.
An offoial paper pronounces Nupo
It is rumored that the probable eb
t'nsion of Serrano's regency gains
Many think that the mujority of the
' oeO Imperial will be proclaimed
oT his next bitth.day.
WASINGTON, September 7.
Gen. John A. Rawlius, Secretary of
r, died at. 10 niinutes past 4 o'clotk
The -funeral of Secretary Rawlins
will take place Thursday. All de.
partmente, except for the transaction
of neessary business, will be closed
until Friday. Gov. Walker and other
prominent Virginians will be present.
Troops will be called from all adja
lent ports to assist in tbo funeral ob
WAsHINoiaon September 9.
During the funeral this morning,
all business was suspended and soboolk
closed. The military display was fine.
A careful estimate gives the num
bhr of men In Avondale mine as 150.
At last accounts ninety bodies has
The flags of all the custom houses
throughout the country are ordered at
half-mast, on 8aturday, in honor of
The Treasury Department re'assert
titat there has b..en no mutiny aboard
Information has been received of
the detention of a small Cuban expe
dition at. Mlaeon, Ga.
Epe ience.1 mnineri have explored
ni part of the mine, but it is said
h4a two bodies arie still wimsing. 108
Wies hiave been recovered.
ANiNOTON, September 11.
'he Acting Sevretary (,f the Treas
!1r'y dedlucted the pay from twenty.
Ix (leiks in the 8-eond Audlitor's
oIlice, for shirking their duty last
m1o1th. The Treasury is closed to
day, in honor of Fessenden's funeral.
Uenueral Shernan h;as been appoint
I decretary of War until the end of
the vwxt Fsmin of Ciongre.,s.
Lsarge iinbersi of het attle f'rom
West Virginia and Enst Tennessee,
are passing Nurthward in search of
Waturagenthe drought having des
Theion. Johin Bell, of Te'nnessee,
Despatches announce that many
handsome stabsori ptions have been
taken tip tot the A vondale su~erers.
Collectiona for their relief will be
made in many chareFies, in this city,
IHighettymen robbed the ennch of
Wells, *1etrgo & Co.. at ~lulnd Sta
tion4 tah1 Territory, of $40,0O00' The
paissefifgets tiere uitimnolest ed1.
AOcoN, Septemimor 7.7'
Thtadilhatiori of the C~uban re..
cruiting agents t~omineticed to-.day, he
X ote Unif.d &ats A gornv Milledge.
G4reat intcst Is (eil, particularlyv by
th parents of the younger reernts.' The
court adjourned till to-morrowv, out of
reapect'to the late Sertr of War.
Nw EW onK, Sep t 9,
The Snn's Washington special says
til s truec but the executiotta ned
f~ c? Thb Sirbine has been ordered
home on aceountof thisnmuitiny. Tlie
i' jitnsges,: whio-'ere sent 'by another
tesseletehvold hein tamlieted (vith,
arrived ini Bostorn. one ,ut sailors
*.e engauged in the consp'iracy. Theb
trial wil take plaoe att he' Brookclyn
Nav Trd after the arrival of the
Y'vIJI)NCE, U. 1., September 9.
A gale last night prostrated the
tel'egraph wires connecting with the
eables. The gale was the most severe
since r815. The damage throughout
the State is immense. Several liveA
were bost. Neatly all the steeples
'de damaged, and one demolished.
P'roba$tly 100 buildings -were unroofed.
ManyuI vessels were driven ashiore, and
the sloop Resolutiot, dashed to pI~1os
tn the larbor. T wo lives lost. The
Jvapet- contsin four to-five columns of
detale of wrecks and disasters.
RJIoioney September 9.
G~en,. &sataby isued a proolamation)
of election this morning. Gilbert C.
Walker will be installed ProvIsional
Governo,'on the gh46 inst, and John
'. P. howis Provisional 1.eutenant.
1Overnor on October 51. 'lshe Legis.
'lature will be oonvened October 5.
~'The adoption of the expurgated Con
atitutio~n is anmoulneed? 'Phe follow
ing Wells-f.ng ressmnen are proclaim.
ed elected latt. .an4 Porter ; and
thbe folibming W alber.(Jonpesnena:
EReagar, lfookbr, Ridgeivaj' oni
Mi;loon and ihmo
BANGOR, ME., ieptember 11.
The steamer Qambridge hat arrived
in tow. The offoors and pass'oegers
report thte night as -ightf11l.
Dostiok, September I
.Later advtooes report the wreck oT
two sohooners ashore on Cape Small
Point. Only ona roan of the brow
NEN- Voitin, $o teinber 1 1.
The relief subsoription for Mrs.
Rawlin has reached $41,000.
Nani'oN. N. J., September 11.
For miners were killed, to-day, by
the premature fall of an old building
they were raising at Ogden Mino.
New York Market.
Nrw Yoni, Sept. 11, 7 P. M.
COtton a 811ac lower, with sales of.
1,00D bales, at 33-j. Gold 351.
LmV-tCI-oo".. Sept. I.
Uttt'on firmer but not higher.
A savings bank can be chartered in
Yorkville (says the )-nquirer,) with a
capital stock of $100,000, and begin
operations upon ten, fifteen, or twenty
tLousand paid in, As it grows nore
Jfosj erois, niil bedmends a tutessily
to the business and laboring vlasses,
its stock can he filled up to the limit.
Will fifty mnen in York take $200
neh nf atook to start it. Who saOys
The Sunter News says the cotton
orop of Sumter County will exceed
that of last yai'-that the price will
tule high and the crops of corn -nd]
He, ivill not fall far short of last
year's produttion per acre. It is true
that we will miake hiuch lIes corn
than we did last year bit we plant
ed nuch less this year than last.
The flitbwing I,, the introduetory
editorial of the Boiso City (Idaho)
"We have started a palpe.
"Principles- Democratic to the
'Object-to make a living.
"0ice--On Main street, about 300
yardls below the Overland Hotel, op.
posite an old oyster can in the road.
"And we'll run it or 'bust.' "
r H IE undersignei have this day, associat
e withi them, Mir. Dullos. "IGLERtOR,
who take.i the place of Mr. JAR, It. AEaRs.
as a Generat Partner. The firm will still
contintie uutter the haie add style of
B ACOT & CO. Mr. Jias. It Aiken stands
connected with the firm as a Special Pnrt
ner, to I le extent of Ten Thousand Dollaus.
Jit ES -It. A IK IN,
W H, respect fully invite the attention of
customers.to the laigo and well select
ed stodk of Uroceries, purchased Isy fis Iii
New York and Baltimore FOR CAS/I, and
at prices not to be silrpnssed by any hanosn
in the interior of thie State. Ourstock will
continue full and complict during tie sea
son ; and ordetrs will be filled at short n.
lice, if not. on hand We lhave every frret'i,
ty for purchausing and selectinig 6oi thf
most. advantageous terms, and woe arc de
tel minedl to use oulr best endeavors to please
those0 who may feel disposed to give us their
Liberal advanes made on shipment of
Cotton to our Factors in New York,, 11'.li
more or Chaleston ; or CA.// ad'vgtteen
ne'le en Storage 01141t1 InSira oce of Co't tott
or Country Prodnce
WE OFFER TO-D)AY.
Sugair, Colf1er, T- cas,
igultl r's of a'l kimds,
Alola'sse ancd $3y np,1
Eup (Caridles, Fish.
Itggirig. llt~,'ciand T wini,
Iron Ties, ctlf;
lleav'y Dr'y GIoodQ,
Pinntrs. ACOTI & CO.
sept-1 - .
BY wirt (le of sfVudry Nieddflifif t'6 die 4i
Breoted, I will (offer' for s'ale at Fasirficled
Court House on the first Alonday 'and 'the
day following. In Ootober next,. within
the legal hour's of sale, to the hilglest bid.
der, fit* Cttsh, the f'ollowingt lidal' Pro.
pettf. t~rifsr to' prty ibM TIded.' Ai(
One tract of 200 acres, more ' fess', of
land in Fairfield County, adjoining ilands of
Joe. t.- Dirviw, DP.- 'l'rras tuifa'li atI1
hIlte'llc' id fY6W d'st til'h frophYty 6f .idha'
Wfllinghathi at the suit of Jamaes i. Rastb'
aend others, in attachment,
(?A - tract of 400 acres, mare or leSs, of
lnnd in Fairfield Conty, ad 9ining lands of
C. Leightner, A. Hi. Glenn,-Jol P. Fonley
and oth-Ars l'evied upon as the propsrtj' of
Phillip Plhig at thO suit of .'ose~h P~ogani
Assignee, and 6tN6Vs.
L. W. DUVA LL,
8. F. C.
Sherill''s Office, Witmnsbor'o; S. C.
September' 18th, 1809.
1IISS M1. L,. G A ifILA.R will
I givo instruitIons In Mu
sic on thie Piano.
F"or terms, &c., apply, at. her residee,
cr t'o W. '. I')wight,
'IIS undersigned will open ohm or aboat,
- tlie 2ith Inet.', the diommodiouis STA.
BJLE, of Mir. (1. i1. AfoMaater, as a
LiVERY AND SALE STABLE.
ie will- bep constently co- hand Iiotases
and Vehlcles f r liire an dSailo, aad respect.
fdlly solicits the patronage of the public.
ie will ayr.vq$ost, tho 39): Jnst,;, with
SuAe lot of leit ley If otaes and ialos.
Av i' GODNA
r Hll'E place known as /(AGRA NGaE
l near 01ndtn's Grove, one of the bosi
'Uolton Plantaitln in the County.
The tract coltains 1250 acres, aWd hil
upoit , a comdforttablo dwollhig lnd all ho
cossary out btlildi'gs.
TIA'plauiatio-n wil! bo rented for lt
nekt year, to 1he hight~l biddel' on Fill d6
of October niekt, At the Cobr't iloWso, V.inns
JAS 1i. MIlON, Attorney
for Est. of John U. Mobley, dou'd.
UNDFR DECilEE IN EQUITY.
Thos. 1I. Crook s. Adtmr. of Danicl ii. Kerr
deo'd. vs. Willinmtt iI. Kerr ol othen
heirs tid creditors of )aitel 11. Kerr
deo'd-lill for inojunll'tion to marinshal
aSsets and fur salu of land.
B y virtue of an Order of sale mi'le inll th
Above slitil cause, I will sill tt mpub
01 outery to lie htigliest Lidd'er be fo're i
1.:r 1ouse dorSi in Wi1in0storo On tIhe IS
Molailiy (lit) in October next the 1. severn
tr.u of laid desribedl in the pleading'; il
I1te cause, belonging 10 lissote of Daniel
It. Kerr, deceased, itttuaile . in Fairfit
SCoity ad t of' South'rolia. con
tinint g in lie it nr gile nb) it
1700 AceS, ioe or lesq-.
I'le lanl will be divided antd suld ii
T:nots or SA L...-CaSi ettfliciet 10 (le.
fray tihe costs of suit and expenses of Faah
and for. tle balinoe a crelit of one and
I wo years. in two equal ntual instailmnl
Wih intertiat frotn dIy ofrsal. Purchnspr
to give bond wilt go.d personAl securib
and a mortgage of the premises to seci.<
lhe payment of tle purchase mntey, and t<
pay for all nccessary papers nttd stampi.
S. 11. CLOWN EY,
C. '. P1. Equity sido.
Clerk's Oflee, Sept IIh, i8o9.
sep 9-f l x2
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY
M1. .1. Shaw, vs. C. I. Rivers. 11. Ford
Bill to Forecloso Nlortgage.
I UR ISU11A NT to noll otilin of' Coot't tmtde 11,
the abovo stafed enue, I will sell 1i
public otery to te highest bidler, befort
Ihe Coutl ituse (loor it Winnsboro, on thi
4th day of Oc-ober next, the morgaged
prettmises deScotbed inl the pleading iu thi
Caus~e, coat iniling
237 Acies more or less,
IMSs OF SAiL.--Cnsh -silIrcirni. 1o pn3
it. cosis of suit nnd expenses of sale to bi
paid ont the day of soale. lie balance of tiht
plirchase nioney to eic paid on the I t da
of Janunry l'70, olin wlich day litles art
t o be signed and possesslun given. Por
chasets to pay for necessary pnpers ant
SAM[h. 11 CLOWNEY.
C. C. 1'. Equity side.
Clerk's office, 71h Sept., 18469.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Ilobt. Hawthorn, Adim'r. vs. John Munroe,
e, als.-11ill for I njulct iotu to mal-shall
assels and salo of Lond.
14 pirsuiance of an order of Court, mad
II ithe above sttled cause, I will offet
for stle, at. puttblic nuction, io Ihe highest
bidler, before the Court. House door it
Winfisboro, on the 1st Monday, (4hii day
in Otober n6dt, te'h trAct "of land do
scribed in 1te pleadings in the nlib'ovo iate
cause, lying And sllite in Fairflield Coahij
and Stale of Soutlh Carolinn,.blohgihg U
Estate 6f John Copeland, dec'd, containinj
927 A ci lore or less.
THnla or SAt.t :-One-Ithird onsh, for lit
balanice t crelit of one and (w oyoArs, pur.
clasetr (0 give a bont, pl)yaible in two eqtta
sinl intlt'e-t ith in~terest ntoin di
upon the whole payable i::nually, lie beol
to he sectre-1 by a mortgage of the premis
es:.--Possession to 10be gven ott tile 1st dal
of Jaantr, 1870. upon which day ,tI 1i
tie, build antd motrtgage ar'e lo be exeoutedl
the purchtasert1 nying totr the ttecessary pa1
lseh ht leveuet Sftamps.
Clrks .' . UrbWNEY, C. C. 1.
CeksOflice, A ug, 9lth, 1869.
Fine Plantations for Sale.
f virtute of nulthority' cottfertred itpotn It
Li's the wvill of 'Thettdoire S. Unii ose, de
ceas ed. we wvill sell td the Ihightest bsisdder
at Faitihl Ctuti I (tttn . Oin iue davst it
t.Lohler nit(. FL' pltalion knawi an'
situat I lt on Wtteree Ctreek, abottt toentt mile
fromt Winntasboro, ttndt conttaiintg about 220'
acres. Ott this pltces is a dwelling htous<
nttd ntecessarty piataltion buildings. Also
situted about11 fourt miles above Winnsboro
atid cotaitns about 600J stcres. There at
otn tis plaice all ithe ntecessary plantatioi
TRHMIiS'--Onte- thirds cash, tho btaltince ci
a ctredii ot' one atnd Iwo years iith annua
iiitesI trot'b 1.s Jtiartty, 1870; putrchas
er' t'o giv.e thtdir itidividual bottds will
mnotitggns of t' f liem~'eises, ansd to pay fo
all popor's and st'amps.
JOilN lIR A'T TON,
.ROBTi. M. BitnOSE,
sept 9-xtlawtd Executors
MIASONC MEETI N4?.
A REGULAR cornmunication of
lWinnsboru Ledge, No. 11, A.-.
P.-, M.s.-will be hold at Winnsboro, IV
on Mondtay oning, 20th' fhitanti, at
Memnbesrt vill lake dtue nolido and gov
ern themselvbs accor'ditgfiy. By biirc r
NOTICE IN TIEL
IWANT evetry individual that, ewes m
anything for the years of 1800; 1867, 180|
and( 1809, Io fake notice Ithat I watf theri
to set le with mte ats soon nts possible as n
lotnger indulgen.'o can be given.
ag2.JOhIN P. MA T TII EIWS, Jr.
' ED Clover Seed and Timoty Seed, to
L salei by
KETCHIIN, MoMAST ER & BRICB,
FINE FAMILY FLOUJRy
'fY the Baorrel or Sacok, 8 oases Lard, Cof
ifee, Sugar, Rice, &o.
JOilN MoINTYlbE & CO.
tJJHuSindebd opus, are' requeste4'i
co- fr ard ad settle, as l6uge
indsulgence cannot, be given.
antu 81 .IhNf McTTLh & C'.
Messrs. P. It. Drako & Co., Proprietors
of the PLANTATION DITrxits, are said to be
the largest im'portei-s of St. '(6ik Rum and
Callsat Dark In America. The Hum wi
ported by thie Firmn is all use'l in the pro.
paratiol of theIr Bitters, Ah'd is manufac.
tured un'der thw iihinedito supervision of
'ohe di thcllr hgenis, upon leased Iditia'ons
-6h te INlAnd of Mt. Tiomas. Over nine
tlh'6Yianda puinltcoip, about or.e million
gAllons., i ied Aunually 'r their lBitters
Alone. Tito CilianyA lark is all imported
yrofi latsil, auft % also 11 d so.
ieuted biy die unatives, under the supervision
dr a Agent Vent out for that. purpose.
The cure8 producedt by these 3itters al-e
MAnSOtA WAT-rt.-SIperior to the best
Imported Gertuant Colbgne, and sgid at halt
the price. sept 9--tx Iiv
1ow TO CURBE IT.
At the cumntmen cementt of the diarrhna,
which always precedes an attack of the
oholera, take A teaspoonful or tile Pain
iller in ida ainI wnei-, (mii conve
nt)and teun hathie friey the stonich
bowels Wit ih Pain Hiller einAf. Shaohild
the diarree i or cramps count inne, repent
fle dose every ten oi- fliteon ainutes fill the
patientis relieved. II extrenme cases, two
or mlore. tenpoonfuls may be given at a
The Pain Killer, as An ilnterbal riehipei,
lo. no equal. In cases of Chulern, Sunt.
ner Complaints. Dyspepsia, idsencery,
AsthJima, it cures in one night, by faking it
infernally, and bath with it freely. Its
action is lire nngio, when externally appll
ed to bad Sores, Burn&i ,'3alds. aha1 Wahanlb.
For Sick Hleadache, Ald Tdilla'6,e; din't
fail to try it. In shod, It is a h'ain rfillea;
The Pain Killer is sdid by all dkalbn's ih
StaeAt, NOTie. -To parties in want, of
Doors, Sashes and Blinde, we refer to IbN
advertisement of P. P. Toale, the lhrgb
manufacturer or those goods in Charleston.
Price list furnished on application.
ONE OF THE BEST
IN TIE UP-COUNTRY1 IS THE
KN 1r S A N D H E RA L D
W1INNsDORO, 8. C.
A.I. KINDS OF PLAIN AND
FPANCY JOB PRINYTING
EATLY EXECUTED AT 'IE
Newa Job Office.
EVEY KIND o
DONE AS CHEAP' AS A' Af4t
UP--CO UNT R Y OFJEl'.
-)Due West Female College.
(UR'Tenth year' will open1 on1
'.lOtND) Y, t!Ke4tth October,
Facnity sanme as tor years past. -
T1uit ion per sessior). $20.$0,
F'renich, $5 ; Music, (Piano)
$24; Ioardinag inl lho College boarding
house, kept by Prof. Kennedy, $12 a month.
Fnel and washing about $3 a month.
lloarding in other families at about the
same' rafe.. Trerms, cash in advance. Ne.
Cessity $(.mpels its to make the small charge
for Frenchm. 1,ati is tauglat without Chiai'ge.
For cata:oguie &c; ,' a.M.'
Duo West, S. C.' i-esident,
r illB undersigned htaving w ithldrawn from
.tihe fwmn of .J. D. \lotA RiEY & Co.,
at ILongtownvt, has purchas.ed the entiro
slok o5Grce h.', Winecs ana.t t~iquors of
J. Di..Mo('arley, at . Wirenshoro, vthen hie
- Wili keep atl the 0/11 S3TAII, :( e'dfflete'
Liquot s and'
lie invites hs conry. as well as ti e
friends to give him a call? as he Is sure hte
cain nihke it to theiW divat:ae to do so. .
It. J. McCA RLEY.
REEBER & DAIKS,
G'eneral Commission Mereo ants,
ADoE.R's NOnTH WVttaxF,
CII1A R LE S2fON , N. O
Consigitments Rlespect fully Solioiled
osw7.7, asanxDhc ifatb~tnEAN r.
-The T~ntia y h4y bis les~ ?o ~a
of yeiars ' A splendid ge~stnion for a;
eaqlhal of PIVE' T50IA'NI' "WOn
EI i si'sntly 1 Store a inrg ' assort
Aiiynd ot ta'dfes' Dress Goods and Trim.
midigs, US'e %ilhg Goods, Shoces,
lln6is. aoci. doos for Mcns' Wear, Ready
Mado Clothing, Crockery WooIdh WYne-,
Baskets, Tin Ware, Shelf IlIAvXl, e, also
irohl, SIMed, ie,&. .
Books, Paiver by Pllm or Quire, Wall lI
perinA, Wifidook alies, Vlcler Matfting anod
In the Iltkg Room, they keep a full Stock
0113Ch)'d *Eein'esbils, i'aintsv, Varnishes,
&C., &c. Jnne id
HAVING \lisposed of my ShINi stock of
Goods in Winnsboro, I have removed to
Longtown, (Harrison's old stand) aind opeh'
ed a first class Dry Goodi hid Vlroobly
f6torb. W'ileve Will be~ found, 'cVediariet y
of Dry Goods, the best or Groceries and
inest of iqtors, The publio 6b i'e nt,
el tl otill id examine my stock.
Jno. D. McCarley.
S ELP-8EALINY FRUIT CANS. Alto
White Lead, Just recelveil.
KETCillN, McMASTER & BRIC-.
W E have now on hand a full su lily. bf all
kinds of Winesand Liquore, Ale, PoMor
and Lager Beer, which we will be pleased to
furnish our customers with whenever they
may think proper to give us a call. . Also.4
wellselected stook or Fihti5' orobeiies
Consisting %.f reveral- different brghds ok
Family Flour, Sugar, Coffee, Rice, Ilacon,
Lard, Fish, Ten, t'andles, Soap, Starctt,
Sardines, Oysters t'rackers, Raisins, Pick
les, Molasses, Pepper, Spice, Nutmeg Gin
ger, Mace, Citron, Currents, Sauces of at
kinds, Tobaoco, 8egare, &c. All of which
we will sell low for Cash.
OCa)r 'E3 a is furnished with
ICE and we are prepared to furnish nil the
L.ight. Wines and Summer Drinks. Such as
Lemonade, Sherry Cobblers, Claret Punch,
E. W. OLLEVER & CO.
PURE LEMON SUGAR,
W'TillS prepnration of Lemon retains all
.Lthe naitual flavor of the FreshlF'tit,
toge ther with its agreeable acidity. The
(nvilimy with whiich, Lemnonnde may at any
)fn~ he made with Itt, equaling any that can
b'i ..ttfI with she fruit in its native state,
recomnrieditk. it to eobry household, and
gives it. an especial value to traveters dndl
economists,'mpon land nand sea, nni to the
sick." 3OJIN $101NTYlBE & CO.
01lii m1id Ba00o.
'I EW Extra fardly Flotar naulCltr Bibbed
)Sidos, low f f b e Cash..
aug 6 TI ~ &80 $ 'bODW A fD.
IrlINEST Dlack Tea, Finost G'un Powd'er
Tea, Indigo, Cookingf soda, Nutmeg,
Candles, Soap, Best ltio Coffee, Muscovado
Molneses, Shot, A and Coffee Sugar. Just,
KETUlIlN, McMASTER'& DIllCE.
ONIONS!I ONIONS !!
ALOT OF FINE~ tNIONS, lust received
and /or sale by
tiug 24 JOh'N McTNTYRE & CO.
of'-ocerles, I~ry Go~ods, Boots, Shoes, MIL
linery Goods, &c.. which he will sell af, hih
usual low prioca,
His. Millinery Department will bo unadem
th e management of his sister. Mtrs. Shaw
who, witlh compemlent, assist ants, will enden
var t 9Ivo sntisfactilon and keep up with
Ills unsurp'assed I abet.Saving Machines
such as Clot he W, alhers, Churns, Diougi
Kneaders, &o., together with his usua
stgok of Fr'iture, Iteparing'&d.,- will wE
Every thing warranted as reprgsented co
taken baok. 'Call had WOg fat yourpqlf
,lte4 F. 0 i
' A FAS~tpi. utrcie
DONOOJN Nof all descriptIo ,
, u~n 1%
More Goods! More Goods! FE
are now opening one of the largest
Btovks oSpring and Summer Goods over A
oree inl 'Ihis 'market.
Nearly all of onr goods have Viven io'ight
hince tho decline, and U1 ar'o enibledl to
offer extra VilIeLmu-ements to Do
]M.. 1.2 0--.I ]W S8
Offered for the Cash Only. tl
LADD BROS. & C6. .i
l'atent MedIi iras,
Just received by
may 25 LA DD 111108.
25 BAR REL S fine N. C. Whibkey, DI
consisting of Pre Corn, Pure Aye,I
Reotified Corn and Rectified Rye, tha
ani both very fine. age
Retail Liquor Dealorh, particularly 1
those doing business in the country, I
can puren dse their Nbiskics of me t'
lo*er than any place North or South,
As they buy it in first hatid. pal
CALL AND SEA. CO.
W. M. NELSON,
Agt. "Old North State Distillery."
4TATE OF JOHN COPELAND.
IN EQUIY'. J
Rtbei-0Pantot'hm; Adflh'r. vs.ihn hfrire,
et. al.-lli ot' Ipfunotlon, to abarblali
tissels and for 'jal' bf t'nd.'
N 111'1(t? of .it .order' of Court of
Mi .ve# I'l t, ns-- Equity side-h' credi- 0
tors of 1ihe Estiai ! u. dohn Copeland, do
ceee, ila inurd Ito y-esent and ealb
ls thei(, Ucmdiitd. Huro -he Clerk f
Coart, onor before the first any tr liebru r
ry next. S. 1B. CLOWNEYCik. lel
Clerk's O1P. Eqhy Aide, lice
aug x2mu. n
ES'ATEOF DANIEL If. HERR.
Thomtas II. Croois, Adin'r. of list. of IDan'l Li
11. Kerr, tlee'*id., vft. William HI. Kerr,
?lary A. Kerr, et. al.-pliill11 for injluo
(iona to Marshral .(aels and for saile of
ICo mrn ds-- Q'uil y side-drt eld
28thI July, 1 869, thie creditors5 of Diamel 11.
Kerr, decenised, are hereby notified, that
they are enjoined from coinoncing or, proc
eculmig any suit. or suits at law nivdt'st iho &
Pjaintiff as Administrator of said Estate,
*ithout the leave of this Court.
The creditors of said Danuiel lI. Kerr,
debbitsud, are requiired on or before (lie
first~bhy t' October next, to present and
est blis],..nlceordling to the rnip~s andta prao.
tivae 9f ihip Cbur't, before lhe .Clerk of' this
f'ourt thir several andi red~ecti.o claimsa a
and demaond against thd lhate or (lie said
, . 8.1. C LQWNEY, Clerk. aig
Clerk's Oflhoo. Equity iido,)
fihl Anugusi 1869. e
- aug 7--x2am~im ]
E8TIEN OF J6iIN QINE'I '.
IN EQUITY. be
. . tnt
We'sley lnyield, Adm'r. vs. Sa'ah Milling
Ifobi. R. Milling, eat. al.-llill for Injuno,
tion to Marshall Assets, &c. sin
'PUlRSUA NT to an order of Court of Comn
mLnonlleas-- E tuity sideo--gated 28th 4
.inly,.18691, the creditors cf Johnf Q. Arnett, Og
tieceasedl, are required to present an i es-. C0
tablish lheir claims, before the (Clork of de
('ourt on or beforo (lie first day of October 5,
next. 8. 11 CLOW NEYCIeri. C.:
Clerk's Ornico. Equity side, 13
5th Aegnat, IA60.
STATE OF SOVTII CAROLINA,
IN '2i13 OOURT oV PRODATE.
Bly . At. Neleon, equire, Probale Jdjlge
WIIEIt EAS, Nanoy Dove' has made suit
to me o gat her' Iotte's pf.Administrat.
tion of the cetabo and effects of 1110101,U/1
Theose are therefore to cit e anid namontdhl
all and singular the kiindred and creditors -
of tIlie said Richard Dove, deceased, that.
thiey po A'nd a ppear~beforo. me In (ie Couist so
of l'robate, to be bold at Fairfield Court
Ilonse on' the 20tha day of' ESeptember, inst.
I t 11 o'clock in the,.forepoon, to sjow cause
If any' they have, why the said al milnistfa. ga
tion pho~u1d not be granted. * . 8
- iven ulpder oly W.ind and sed'jliW third ir
day of September/'inaho,y4ewe o'u'. 0
Lord, one thoisansi eight'hundred and~ to
I uxty-nino, atd' 1ff (h, nineey- fdstph em
year of the Independ'4noe d? the Ontid' -
States of' 4merica.
sep 4-x2 Jdge of I'robgte4
FIi INSURANCE COM'PA1Nf
1 ii t. t, C.,
Ezandite the suiperior-ihducemahtg dffered.
LiI and Winter 1mpbtatibn
Millineory and Straw Goods.
RMSTRONG, CATOR & CO,1
237 & 239 Baltimoro Street,
Ii ronTi'its AND Jonlnits oP
nniet And Trimmiing lIibb~ons, Velvet anA
113h liibons, Bonnet Silks, Satius and
telvets, Illusins, Blond, Laees, Ittch
es, Netis and Crapes, French Flowers
and Feathers. Straw Boinel-s and
Ladies' Hats, trimmed and un.
timntined, Milk, Velvet and
Val ne ats,.Sun.
dOWns1. nod Shtk- lloodit..
hite largest Stock of Niilnery Goods in
s Country, and inequalled in choice
icly, which we offer at prices that wil
y coml)pet ition. .
L Pretty Assdrtment bf IAdies
eachell aI1 IllWwn Itornespuns;
Mons tlats and Oapsi,
LARDS JN KITS, AND HAMS.
Call and see.
THIOMPOON & WOODWARD.
RIECT FROM THE FACTORY.
HAVE Just recolve'd a ine lot of okin
Stoves, which I will sel At p
in ever was offered In this or 'ly other
rkot in the South, having recelved aq
ney in this :ino of hulsiness, with In
lotions to seli quick with small profits,
ill be able to do go wittliout any risk on
part. If the people want a good Cooke
Stove, and ui7 that will ho .varran.t
4ivo s1tiefiltio,. call soon on the un
Nigned, one door below Ilacot & Co.
nrc I will be ready to acconmodate cues
iers. C. L. REFO7, Agt..
. 1. I will put up ony Stove bought
it tue, without extra chargo, provided
ties buying, will furnish conveyanoes
Iny part of the l'own of Winnsboro. 6
1nty ot Failrield. U. L. It.
Spears Preserving Solution,
rI'ITINO, 22tulphur, o-far'sRartPoloisd
Tapioca, Cologne, Pain Killer, Coco
D, Itairbigor. Seidleta Powders, Indigo
KETCI1N, MoMASTER & BRICK%
OI).30A. -%vV.A~gwX gM.=g.;
Il E nnderbigned having sttnoled to his'
Confectionary and Fruit Establishjmetil
I oppned ,(r Sun.pI9r a, saloon, wil;
VA up every day olog. Ice Cream and,
Lrklitng daWater; and hopes often to
his lilends and patins. Fpnilles fur.
lied with loCream ilpon short-notioe.
nay29 E. W. OLLEVER.
FE INSURfANCE COMIPANir
i PdIH~LY SNiTIisN lInSiTilTiON,
.setts - -- - O50,00&
h.en. Jlo n B Oonnox. P~r'esideIf
len,. A. II. CorLQurvT, V'ic-Ircsiden.'
V. C. Mronnra, Secretary.
SUlES overj lesirabl'o i'orra of poliit on'
he most aidvantageous tertms,
ta principal business Is with the South..
St at es, and to thoem it, appeals for latron
1. bois am~ple meatjs to fully pron oii'.
holders and pay all losses
tates of premlim lou', nid the gle.afes'f
Ul its policIes ar~e noni-forfeiitng(
ta Board of Directors are, well known tol
able fInancrs and men of' the strjotec'f
'Cp you, 1notief ttahit..,
150 polioies scured in 86tfik Carlii
00 l0th of Februnrf.
References in South'Uarotna'.
Jol. Wmn. Johnston, Pres't C. & 5, 0. R. R
ni. Wido liasnplcn, Gen. J 41ij 8. Prost'on,
lumbla, 8. 0.; Spn. i. .1. Kerabaw, Cany*
8 . C.;. olhn Fraser & t'o., Chartleston,
C.; Rev. John A. Broadus, Greenvlle, 8.
Gen. 8. ieO owatj, ,#Thbeville, 8. 0.; 5.
Mi~a'ts, JIV ir. Iiion, Winnsbor'o, S. 0.
. . 1)WIOIIT,..
Agent, Wlnnjsboro, 8. Of'
- Joneral Agent,'
.207j Broad 81., Augusta, as'
OHll YORI 01O10@$I*9
W. W, KETOHIW,.
IfT10 has just received dlireqL from .Ne
, 9l frill ,virle~d And complete k
tueni, of Uroerles, liardvar?, go,'
N9Witfung in .Part 9f
r, 00fed,La4Ijypdii Tea', ~ otes
ooC rooke7, n'TW oo enwaro,
btd'8.Mi*oitTo'l,&O. ,Whioe Iik jrgi+uV
s0l. Cde, qgueap for cash as any otbez mer'.
ant in town, *sa 2
MoneyS e sRdypu
'RENO II UAL P and ip Skins, Aelqn4
ami Efiglish lH'emida i'ole L*ihfA
You can ~i e rsbrfy biy buyla ur
JOlhN biolNTYRS~ A CO'
dOT of NEW dUN'Il0, I LOUIL tU4
L fur sale by F. ErLDEY