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AIror, Septembet 14.
Internal revenno receipts to-da3
The Sabine left Cherburg for is
bcn on the 20th. The reported muti.
ny is eneiietoded la official lettors.
She Revenue -Department forbidi
the sale of .iquor froto ordinary stand
The Methodist Church, as far a
heard from show 150,000 In favor of
and 75,000 akjtinst lay representation
The estimated September debi
4tatoment shows a deoreeae-of $10,.
Hoar decii@ ihat" elaims agaiD
the Governmenfor dimages to proper
ty, caused by operations during the
war-instanciug the Dmnville, Lanoas.
ier and Nicholas Turn pIke Railroad
Company-must be addressed to Con.
gress instead of the courts.
NVAsl!tNOTON, September 10.
Tie Texas election occurs on the
30th of November. 1st, 2d nd 3d ol
Decehmb.r. Tho people will vote Only
41t court houses. High authority re-as.
ae[W exenIdevo imipartiality betweor
parties, and siys G(in. Clark, of 'I exas,
I s ineitiW as cicuraite nor as reticent, n
he Might be.
Fish itulerviewed the Cuban represen,
tat ives lienois and R'is, yesterday.
The cotton tax is Again mooted.
Thi liinnciail staelnment. of the fiscal
year ending June 30 u-hows nearly $50.
000,000 excess of customs from the 4th
to t he I I Ih, liclusi v..
WASHINGTON, September 18.
Captain Wiggins has sailed from
Philadelphia with arms and extra
men, to take command of the steamer
Hornet, which recently sailed from
The Post Offico Department pays
$50,000 premium per year on gold
required for the. foreign service.
Rmaont Cuban letters revive the
probability of severe battles at and
near Los Tunes. Authentic details
are inaccessible, but the- Assistant
Secretary of the - Treasury has three
weeka' leave to h6ld a Massachusetts
Internal revenue receipts to-day
Mueh of what has been itated as to
the policy of the Administration on
the subject of Cubtn affairs is more
conjecture; nothing has been done be
ynnd instructing Minister Sickles to
Offer the United States as a mediator
There are no prospects that bellige
rent rights will to recognized. The
Ad ministration will, however, enforce
the neutrality laws and respecA Its
tVity obligations. There is no doubt
its sympathies are with the Cubans
andlin all it may do, it will act. with
a view of effecting a settlement of the
question in a tnanuer that.will be sat
isfactory to all parties interested.
NiFw YOng, September 14.
James Gordon Bennett is serionslv ill
cmi has tel-graphed'his son,.now n4M.
rope, to return.
BINg HAMI:Tox, N. Y., Sept. 14
The bootimakers of this place are on
t sirike, in consequence of a refusal! 0i
emuployers to disclree some workmie-n
wh o ard not membei rs of the St Crispin
A Uous54TA Nire., Septembelir 14.
Thel vole i.; n-duaced, anud lhe predic
tions nre that. Chamberlain lhas been
elected by 5,000 votes. ngninst 20,000
last year The prohibition vote woni'i
OJNCtNNAT1, September 14.
D e attempted-com promise between
the 1.otestant and Catholics, with re.
gard to the publie schools has failed.
' SAt. IFRANerItco. September 14.
lion W. H. Seward has returneel
from Alaska, in .impt-oved health.
A slight earthquake has been fell
throughout th&Pacific eoast.
A bottle has been found, containi
many detailB "of Sir Jbhn 'Pratkllu'i
Arctic expedlition, Sir John died
June 11, 1847.
nFv.BBDronRJ? pept. 14,
A schooner, with ninety suspicionii
men-on board, left. here to-day. A
revenue cutter has gone in pursoit of
BOSTON, September 16.
*Twenty-sig fillbusters have been
captured off New' 'Bodford, and- im
,risone d in default of bail v'an ogn
fom $2,000 to '$MOq Geo. B~v
.and Henry Heart were the'Joee l
PIIILAnE~LPHJA,8 Sptenibor 16.
The Natiornalr~onologiosl $ooiety Ii
in session, and twenty-two States are
represented. It has been'detredned
to hold .tihq ngst appual, meeting is
Richmohd,' Va. - - .
CICrNrNATI Septemiber' 16.
The ibransvil.,ad Cairo 'packet,
Phantom, exploded to-day, when five
e or six wereokill n~ad many hurt.
.ED SWVEr; WV A. Sept. 10.
Theetej~ )~hr ro. Among
ithem M~4 phSi~r rad. The
W~Iite uadhi - (ng 'V t beet
sold' 4: K the " t. The
leah of *nt des4 s haj
.thrqe 7egra~t p
FO~t~sde ep4$9 18.
During a dense fog, the steamo;
-Geo. Laeary and 8uje both eollided witlt
'the seheoner Beft~lo. , The#teppOIe i
.aground on /Luwmbst elat
ed a delegat. and *ill attend andg
side at -the or'ganisation - ofe the.Sout~
.orn Coaino eoiali g t~0 Jet
Dr': im fr tor Ohr
Chutlf eO y is a Mar opp
NSw'YouR, Septeinber 18.
Th ines 8o. o L4
.i especially tiose rods
einpMi, Now Ot-leans d
Mobile, are all blookrd with freg
the asgtte .pt the different lines in
New: York are in consequence refsing
to give rates or receipts to points be
fond Louisville. This blook ade does
not interfere with passenger business.
PORTAGE CITY, Wis., Sept. 18.
Pat. Wildorck, a highwayman, Was
taken from the jail and hanged.
NIAGARA FALLS, September 18.
An unknown man throw himself
into the falls, after, with deliberation,
taking off his coat, and was instantly
CITY op Maxwo, September 12.
lioobedo has arrived. A new light
house has been erected at the mouth
of the Acoalcos River. Juarez has
formed a new cabinet. Iglesas is
Judge of the Supreme Couit.. Most
of the old members will be retain
ed. The trial of the military conspi
raters resulted in the sentence of three
to one year',s and six to ten years'
imprisonment. Six rebels at Tamau.
lipas have been confined.
Th BoSTON, September 18
T Dhe Daily AdverHsecr learns from a
gentleman just arrived from Matba's
V incyard, that a party of Gay Head
Indians went off, yesterday, to a
steamer, two miles from the landing,
and found her to be an iron-clad war
vessel, carrying eighteen steel guns.
They fraternized with the steward of
the steamer, and on reaching shore,
reported that she was a Cuban priva
teer. They saw between decks a
large body of men ; the steward say
ing there were 300. The steward also
said her armor plating was four inch
es thick. A large schooner was lying
alongside; the steamer meanwhile
throwing off a large volume of smoke,
as if to conceal the schooner. The
steamer is supposed to be 5,000 tons.
roreign N isw.
LONDON, September 18
It. is rumored that Napoleon is
about abdicating in favor of his son,
but maintaining the Presidency of the
Thomas Graham, master of the
mint and an eminent chemist, is dead.
MARI on, September 18.
It is thought the Washington Gov
ernment will be more conciliatory
since Sickles' despatch that the tem
per of the Spanish people would com
pel the Government to continue the
war for the suppression of the Cuban
insurrection. The King of Italy con
sents to the election of the Duke of
Genoa es King of Spain.
The workingmen's strike at Barce
lona Is assuming alarming proportions.
Quanio, September 18.
The manager of the Quebeo branch
of the Montreal Bank bas absconded,
with $50,000 of the bauk'a fnds.
HAiVANA, September 18.
The Florida has arrived from Vera
Cruz. Advices from all parts of the
country represent more tranquility
among the people than for many years.
The schooner C. Dyer, from New
York for Toxas, at Matanzas in dis
tress, was afterwards detained as a
fillibubteir, but was discharged.
.New York Market.
Naw YoRK, Sept. 18, 7 P.3M.
*Cotton a shade lower ; sales 1,100
balef'tt aba30t. Gold 36*.
CIf ARIiESTONq, Sept. 18.
Cotton in good demand ; sales 600
bales, middlings 27*a27.i; receipts
L~IVEurooL, Sept. 10.
Cotton flat and irregular-uplands
12}al3; rleans 13Aa)3}.
Aiot'every day we-hear many persens
#diniflhIhg of heiadache,' loss cf appetite,
and that they are not fit to do any thing, &e.
Many Is the d'ay that we have felt so our.
selves. and in fact have gone to bed and
imnag ied ourseites sisk, but for the lire of
us culd not tell what, was the matter. One
day whijle thus complaining, a friend said
to us, "i by don't you Fry Pr.ANTATION
Drrans t' Shey are reatly a good thing and
will make you feel like a neCW :nn." Upon
is recormendation we purchased a bottle,
and took them according to the direotieps.
They seemed to go riglA to the spot, and
gave us imlmedIaste retfef'. gver since We
have taken every opportnity to recompnend
MAaNorLIA WAvw.-Suiperior to the best
imprted German Colognie, and sold at half
110W TO CURE 1T.
At the eoosonomeut of thq dierrhasen,
which aiday3s prededes anc attack of the.
dholera, take a (diaspoonal of' the Pain
Killer in sugar and water, (warm, if conve.
sient,) and then bathe rreelty the, ston.eek
bowels with the Pain filer olear.'god
the 'dlirrhies e cramps cont ibate, repeat
the dose every ted orMeen ,uitats t1l the
pat).egt~b, reltoy,ed., 1,9 eztreme QIases, two
or more tea spoonf61ls may be given at a
t . Thapain Killer, as an int6assi refhtidy
Astbmq it eurps in ons *ight, by taking it
Internally, and bath ' with it freely. It.
action is like magic, when externally app3-'
ed to'b$ 8otosy luts.,84l1ds, #8ipraise.
For 8lokc'1fenda~es, 'an *oothluehe, dek'I
EriI1 to try it, ;il shorT, it is a.Pr~
The-Psit'Kfler le sald by~alt rde16'
ed E Patb~ gi
jraliefa.~r f 'tkbd
ST TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
0 FA IR *LD OVUrT
1W T o 04T" or ' jPjgp*T#P
J& . M. Nelson, -Reqgare, Probf, e Jt
BEAS, R. D. Vtilsonhi 'mnade st
to' s gratt him Lettels of Adttolistta.
tiQ o ho estate qud effects of RALP1i
0 a therefora t6 olte tid it:et6blati
oil atn a thgult' tho kindred and Oreditor's
of the RlIph Wilson, deceased, that
they be an before me in the Court
of robate, to e Ie at Fairfield Court
House on the 4th of October next,
at 11 o'clock in the fo noon, to sliow cause
if any they have, why he said adnilstra.
lion should not be gra ed.
Given undier my han and seal this 16th
day of Septembe in the year of our
Lord, one thousau ei hit hundi-ed and
sixty-nine, and in e ninety-fourth
year of the Independe the United
States of America.
W. M. NE ON,
sep 22.-x1 Judge of obato.
Thompson & Woodward.
W E are daily receiving our FALL anu
WINTER STOCK (if general mer
ehandize which we intend from this tine
to be full and comp lete (liquors and drug'
excepted.) Sold only for cash and at pupu
Iar prices, or on consignments of Cotton.
Call and examine our stock and you will
find many goods ', to suit.
THOMPSON & WOODWARD.
Fresh Medlcines, &c,
Castor Oil, Sal Soda, Scotch-Snuti, Sooth
in Syrup, Ginger, Yeast Powder, Al
lon's Vvlobalsamim, Extyact of Lemon,
spirit. Lavender, spirits Ammonia, Hops,
Muollage, Gelatine, Porous Plaiter, Extract
of Logwood, Mace, Dovers Powders, Palh
nestocks Vermifuge, Mercurial Ointment,
Extraot Jamaica Ginger. Just received.
KETClilN, M~cMASTER & BiICE.
B Y Virtue of nit attschmnent to me di
rected, I will offer for sale at.ieirtield
Court. House on the first. Monday and the
day following in October next, within the
legal hours of sa'c, to the highest, bidder
for Cash, the following Personal Priperty
Purchasers to pay for titles:
100 bushelsootton seed, 2000 lbs. fodder, I
shovel, 2 baskets, 1 pair steelyards, 2 bri.
dles, 4 plow estocks, 2 plow gear and col.
lars, 1 old saddle, 1 four horse waggon, I old
spade. Levied upon as the property of
Johhn Willingham, at the suit of Jas. K.
Rabb. in atincliment.
L. W. D7JVALL,
S. F. C.
Sheriff's Offloo, Winnsboro, S. C.
September 18th, 1809.
FROM the owner, J. S. Hianahan, at
Y Kingsville, S. C., a Mare Iule, medium
ize, dark bay, stout build and with a
slight defect in right fore leg. A Suitable
reward will be paid for her delivery to Mr.
hIanahan, at Kingaville, or to the under
signed, in Winnsboro,
Sept. A. AILLARD,
Importers and Manufacturers of
COACH AND SADDLERY
1-. A.M D W.A.IZVF .
No. 222 B.ltimore 8., Baltmore.
Srlnga, Euntmlied Canvas,
h og Skins,
Tire Bolts, Moss,
Wheels, Enameled Leather, Bag Leather,
Skirting, Harness Leather, Stirrups, Dlits,
&c. MAso, all other urticles appertaining te
our buiuces. sept 18-Cm
S OME4THING NEW.--In n.usical circlet
the Estey Organs are the rage. They
are the most durable and have the finest
tone, remarkable for their segecness and powe.
er. The Vox ilumana and P'ox J'ubilante
are the greatest and best inventlons eve!
introduced. J. ISSTEY & CO., Soleobianu
facturere, Brat tleboro, Vt. sept 22
The Purest, Best and Oheapest
WiANTED BVERY*IIeR11, AGIHNT'~
W 10to $250 per month-Mleand
female, to introduoe, .the Genuino Improived
Common-Sense Sewisg Machine. This Ma.
bine wil) atitofi, korn, tfe, ok, eyuilt, cord,
isd, braid and emrvoi in a mest saerh
Pr meneer. Pi-ise oaly $18. Filly 'ar
ranted for ftve y'ears. We will paj $,i,000
for ay machin, tlaat .will saw, * .tron er,
more beauitifal, or mo .elastic mogn Ah an
ears. rimaikes vhe " ismilo Look Stish."'
Ever Aecond aritch oen be u(aif .si the
oloi canilot be puilled apar't(hoiit tdat ing
it, We pay Agetross $75 to$900for tionat h
end eaponses', or' a eoom'sion from whiok
twica that amo.ur~t enn be made. Address
0GO.- bfeEATHRON4, & -C0,. Nashvills
. ayviosg,..-e aot be imosed pon by
8ib r alies pafkidg e't w te~ 4st.
roonesi hder tile Auie nafel e
other wise. Ontas- is the only $en'uine *nd
really pretitesl eheap asei. usaufasa
AlfTRO.#genito thd ?iicket Sh6v
- (# lifaoatknE' Attro*h 'fter,
Speoie1 a ig~ed for Quilet n el~bider,
ingend 'Suitehin . -e, Por fl
ii bse chine qltd , ithout,4rvq .tb
world. It is uirnpoldeva~ui an aoho
Weighs &ut six ouneus nDu oooupisV1r~
I7aethata* ~ik6sae qesI a
r H MAIQCOMB wll ohtug any,
air.aor beard to mi
4,t.6' 4 N. o tnb .
rotI 6ai ayMeat
gdher y. 4tddressL io (0os*
Sgf[1l H W I made It in sIX 0qo
No -bred ihd a le Oial
. FULLAM, Y. sept
aA bAX X e e
IAgentli. ap eS.
A W-,Alfrbed, ie.
TJSH B. A PAiNESTOC0'I VBJ
8SK yoli Doctoi -ov Drug 1
A Quinine--tequalit (bit111r) Quinsi
M'fd h F. STUaad, ChemistNOwI
RED aCitt Ax
Is beller than our teguildr Shapid*Aies
these reasons: First.-L'outu deeper.
cond it don't stick in the wooJ. Third
does not jar the hand. Fourh--No ti11
wasted In taking the Axe out of the et
Fifth--With the samjo labor you will do
third more work thah with regular Ax(
Rod paint has nothing to do with the I
qualities of this Axe, for all our, Ai~ei
paintedred. If your hardw4:e store
not keep our goods, we will gladly an
inquiries or fill your orders direct, or
you (he name of the nearest dealer
seeps our Axes.
LIPPINCOTT & BAKE.WELL,
Sole owners of Colurn's aid Red Ja
'SYCHOMANCY.or SOUL CIARM]
.P. A wonderful book; it hows how 4
er sex can fasoinate any one they whih
alantly. (All posess this power.) It'te
es how to get rich. Alolhe'by, Dr. 1
and Allen'a- Caballa, Binding#.' toroe
Incontations, Demonology, Magio, Me.
ism, Spiritualism, bMarriag Guide, a
thousand other wonders. o sit by mal
25 cents. Address T. itLMLA1m &
Publishers, South Seventh street, Philt
plin, Pa. sept
We Aro Coming
HE Great Original Dollar Sale 9f
T and Fancy Goods, and -vill preset
any person sending us a ClUb, a W11
Silk Dress, Piece of Sheeting,
FREE OF 0O8T.
Send for Catalogue of Goods and san
-delivered to any address free.
J. 8. IIAWER & Co.,
128 & 180 Federal 8.. Boston, Mass.
0. tox, C.
N. B,-Semples given on .kpplicotion
R. WIITTIEI; 0 Wytie Si,', Pittsb
Pit., of Union~wide reputhtlion, it
all venereal diseases ; also, *enntal w
none, impotency, &c., the rqkpit of
abuse. Send 2 stamps for, sealed pamp:
60 pages. No matter who falled, stat 6
Consultation. free. sept:
HIS 18.NO 0IUMii1RG.. By se
85 cents, with age, heighe coloi
eyes and hair, you w.1 receive' bY re
mail, a correet picture of your future
band or wife, with name and dtfe of i
riage. Address W. FOX, .1'. . Dra
No. 8, Fultonville, N. Y. . sept!
T Hi IRTY YBA RS' Experiencein t he Ti
A.meat of Chronic an4 Sexual pis
A Physiological Viewu of Mar'riag.
cheapest book evet published-oon all
nearl 800 pagos, and -180'fine engray
of the anatomyof the hnman organa
state of health .and essen 0,. with a. tres
on early errors, its dprinb.e cisseqase
upon the in ud and body, with the auth
plan oft treatmaaot-the oisly ratjoiul
succoessiill diode of oture, ag showit'by
port of eases treatod. .A truthful ads
to the married. and those contespa
marriaga W q,.entertain oubts of Abl,
sical condi ton. Sent ftee of paai
any address on ioeciii, of 26 'dntt
stampe c' 1tal- ourwehoey, by addreu
Dr. LA CROIX, No. 81 Maiden Lane, A
ny, N, Y. Th~e author may beo Cons!
upon any-of..i th senseo tupon h
bok treat, eut er person'aily or ljnail,
m eiies seanto any part of the world
sept 22 --
fly th~ DietropolItan Gift' Co
OASiI .tIITS TO ThE AMOUNT 08460O0
.EreP.y Ticket braws a rr
6 Cash Gifts; each,.42
60 EIegant R6deWOO& Planos, eaoh 5l
~& E~ga~t$ee9e$ M~lodeoD @el
600 Gold Wiclhes, eidh - 76 16
Cash Prizes, Slifer -Ware;&d., l(ded
fo6~iIIff f-bf Pmii 5Mr0
flid pfitlantedipomfit wil be . ielit
to th.4 itat4den4n *pq, g
a qrap m
another of the same e be, No Blanke
tabH ihe & hk 2 F.
~ el e I *
U4intie(fOoutt ofihe. te8AWt ,tb
striot of South Carolina, I will e4 1i
publio auction, In the villag of Montleeilo,
.tho "P'f thq t9llwIng, lbowort
49. -4 il I in r d
4e 1 of b of ad itbated in The village
sundry'sealed note$ Anid divers prois,
sory notes and Acoounts.
1 ou, "ingA
1 Silver Watch and Chain.
do.! 01aql9sunihh a nil Orpenter 'rools.
iot, F armpit Toolka
ot Leather, &
longi to Es1tat' 'ofJ. K. Datoj;
Mare anl 4 Mules.
8' fews anti iftialve.,
100 bushkls (Cort.
Claim of howestesl utnder Act of Legis.
lattire 18438, in three hundred and twenty
apres of land, disputed,)y the conyeyer of
sWid tract of land.
IBelongit g to Estale of J. Thos. Da'wkink,
JAntkrupt. - SA ML. B. CLOWN:V;
sept 10-f2z1 AssIgaee.
Be' G-P:C .~BX E LR S.
H respectfully Invited tho attention of
custotners,to the liu go and well select
ed stock of Groceries, puruhased by ie In
I Now Yok and Baltimore FOR 0AS11,,and
ood at prices not to be surpassed by any house
I od iIn the interior of the tate. Ourstock wilt
Ioes continue full and complote duilrn the Pan
loes son; anid orders will be fillei' at h0r. io.
ive tide, if n6t on hand. , We have every faoill.
o ty for p asing and selecting on the
most-advanl ageous terms, and we are do,.
termried to use our best endeavori to plesi'e
those who may feel disposed to'givo us th@t-'
?2 Liberal advnnces made on shipment of
Cotton to our Factors in New Yqrk, B-titi
moto or Charleston ; or CA$I1 advances
th made on Storage and lusurance of Cot t'oi
or Country Produce.
WE OFFER TO-DAY.
1081 Bacon, Lard, hams
*or. Sugar, Coffee, Tis
r Liquors of al khids,
for Alolagges and Syrup,
del' Soap, Candles, Fish,
Al 0BggIng, hlope and Twine,
iron Ties, Sal,
leavy Dry (oods,
Tobnoco, Segare, Cheese.
Dry Wit h a general assort ment required by
it to Planters. BACOT & CO.
tch, sept 15-x8
ple, r lE undersigned have this day, associat.
. edl with thets, Mr. Duiioas EOLK1TOtq,
who takes the place of Air.- JAP. It. AIKRCN,
. au a General l'artner. 'Tho.frin will still
continue under the name and' style of
for 1A00 4t' 00. Air. Jas. It. Aiken stands
12 connected with the 0A-m as a Special Part
- ner, to the extent of Ten. rAottand Doftars.
urg, JAM1~E8 It. AIKEN,
earts 'lE lR E "BACOT,
.nb. sept 16--x8
ONWARD 1 UPWA!IDI I
12 AVING tas with su,3eess, far' beyond
our expectation. in the publication of
of OHARLOTTE OBSERYJR,
we take this method of offering our liers,
R IAIL Til WeJKjKLY I and R Y
ver, as among the best advertising inedinuuio li
Western North Carolina.
- uuiseusellisa seilte--. --
cat Terms Moderate,
The g-g w
logs We offer Five valusible 'Ageionltural Pro.
mn.a miums to persons getting up Clubs for the
Mae WEBKLY 0083RRYhB'. ites posters.
ness . . *V trL )I d I,
o a ept l .A~h~ rite, N. C.
I13V IEJ undersigned will open on or about
Iba- . the 25th inst., the Contraodious BTA.
ted BILE, of. Mr. O. if, loMester,- as a,
*~LVERY AND SALE STABLE.
- e will keep gonstantly on- Moid Heqres
adt Vehicles $ a liiroa andi Sale, asgl gespect.
fully solioits the patronge of rise pubifo.
Hea will arrive abost thie .O'b inst. with
a le ldt'of IKenthak7 1lerses endM~ilen
A, F. G0ODINO.
HdEindebted to us are reetuested to
00 eug 81 JOHN olNTYREN & C@
.1..give instructions in Mn- T !
sio on the Pianos. .
~ tehwor h'a Self-8ehunga Oatei
fendh o C eh t
E. tat ad Gii ses s
sette asas taobrs t
conu9tly b Store a large assort
uent of Ladles' Drebs Goods and Trim.,
mittge, IItarn~idhitif.oo dS1,
Boots,. It, oods'Y't n idar, Ready
Mad. Clothing, Crookery Wooden Ware,
Boskets, Tin Ware, Shelf llardware, also
Iron, Steel, IHoes, &o.
Sool Books and Stationery, Juvenile
Booke,.Paper by Ream or Quiro, Wall Pa.
pering, -Window. Shades, Floor Matting and
Nithe Drug Itoom, they keep a full Stock
of cholo hipeioines, Oils, Paint a, Varnishes
Window Glass. LampqLauip Fixtures, &m.,
&o., &o. Jun 10 1
HAVING disposed of my entire stock 9f
Goods in Wintialioro, I have removed to
Longtown, (Iarrison's old stand) and open,
ed-a first class Dry Goods and Grocery
Store. Where will be found every, varloty I
of Dry Goods, the best of Groceries and I
finest of Liquors, Tito public are request.
ed to call and examine my stock.
Juo. D. McCarley.
ELF-SEALING FRUIT, eANS. Also 't
White Lead. Jus I rf olved. a
KETCOIIN, MoM1ASTER & BRICE. i
July 24 p
Watches, Jewelry and Clocks c
and other kind. of Silver
Watche, Uqrn Brest-Pifs .ntid Ear
ring J rcarlin-, and a great many
othe.thingstoo nuigerous to mqgtleo,
u ott doortCerCol. Rion's Oftice. P
LOTof N14W QiUNTAY FI.Ult and 8
.. 2ftle by,- P. ELDEJ
WE llAVE JUST IREtElYESAVAUt1TYO ]7
Long Olotlhe I
Ase'padtoratto bleo Cordesl
H;Ioop Skirts, & a
- tat ol,
: Ja . ldgo..
A fi~d'atilolt' Pf& .. TenwYdao Un a-k es
.ont' stook obmpleter.*)d 4,ltiblt qd e of'er
greal bargains fa r THIE 048!,.2
ap 21.WTIE~' LA
N W~T .veT7R4IJlidutlR tha owes mne
t o set t it re9q 0ag as~ s 'ile,4 ..
lo~g~nulge osae bRgly " ~
' H 1 F,1 MNlT HEWnoJrl I' a
K .4 'w
.0 0 O JNOa i
Fine Plantations for Sale.
IV vltbu6, of -anttitf opf.fJI4 upon u
]in. the w II of,Te &ed n
eatsed. we will 89ll' to t ( .higits ~l b A
L lntirlrolh C'amor Iousdn lot0' day 4
tober next, the plMtkd4lod kuntto as
. .FARMINOTONe; , ,
ltuato' on Wett ore-0C'as, abdiutim fon
iges n'abo, ahd.entituihing ahnui 2200'
ores. 90.10 thsplaeas is a, dwilling ho1ser
nd.nocesary plantat iptr .latidingg..
ittiated about four ,iles alio4 Wftihsloto
nd Cohtauto ns aotit 600' acre. There nret
" this pin'ed all the nioessary pliitation.s
TRItMS-,One-third cash, the hal'dade on,
i credit Of one anid two years witl annuali
nigpreat st'm 1 January. 1670;I puOshas
ru to give: thenu' inli;idual b ndif' illit
iortgages o' the premiiti. and to pay for
JO HN 134AT.TON.
sept 9t-aflawtd - Exeoutors
p IE. place known .a LAGRANGI4
L near Gladdit:'s (rove. one of the be.
'otton- PIlngatons in the County.
The tract contains 1260 aores, nd fris
pon it a oonfortable dwelling and all no.
essary out blildings.
This plantation will b rented for the
ext year. to lhe highest bidder on sale day
f Qctober aatl, at the Court iouse, Winus
J A S. I. R11. Alforney'
for Pat. of John 0. Mlobley, deb'd.
sept 9-x tawid
UNDER DECREE IN EQU)TY.
hoe. I1. Crooks, Adut. of Danisl II. Kerr,
doq'd. vi. William 1I. Kerr ant others
heire and creditors of Dariel 1I. Kerr,
doo'd-Dill for lujinvtion to narshalt
asses and for sale of land.
Y virtue of an order of saoe niado In Me
ibove stated canoe, I will sell 6 'ubn
o outory to the highest. bidder fofote the
ourt House door, in Winnsboro on the lot
[onday (4th) in Ootober next the poveral
'acts of land described in the pleadings in
ie causo, belonging to Estate of Daniel
. Kerr, deoeinsed, situato In Fairflold
ounty and 8tato of South Carolina. con
inlig ir the aggregato nho it
1700 Acres, more'or less.
'ho land will be divided and sold iT
TiaMs OF SALU.--Casth 8utllie4t, to (e
-ay the oast. of suit and expense* of sale
id for the balance a credit of onet and
to years, In two equal annual instaieneits
ith interest from (lay of sle. Purchnsers
igive bond with good personal sourity
d.a mortgage of the premises to secure
kO payment of the purchase money, and to
%y for all necessary papers ati'stamps.
. is. CLOWNEY,
0. 0'. P. Equity side,
lerk's 0Wece, Sept 7th, 18O9.
INDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
L. J. 8haw, vs. C. II. Rivers, 11. Ford
Rll to Forecloso Mlortgage.
)URSUANT to an order of Court made- W
. the above stated ensto, I will poll t
Obli outcry to the highesi bildpr' before
1o Court House door in WrInsbboro, on tfie
Lh day of October ifort, the inortgage6
retmises desortbed tn the pleading in ti1
237 Aelrs, more or Tosm,
TEIu1s oiOAL 6asIt sulfitt to pAy
ecoosts of suit And kpense'of bate to'b
ai on the lay of Bala, the baiatthdo of the
ntrohnse mnoney to be paid on the lot day
r January 1870, upon whioh day titles are
be signed and possesen given. Putir
gass to pay for necessary papers and
MA!. re CL.ONEY.
. C. El. P. Equity side..
fltk's ofiloe, 7th Sept., 1860.
UiJb24t 1JECUEE IN EQUIITY
obt..Ilawthorn, A dm'r. vs. John liunrqe,.
et,, als..--ili for Injunotiont to zuarsljall'
assets and sale of La-nd.
N pursuannce of an ord'er of ~nf.ipda
in tile above stated cause, I witofer
rv sale, at public anct ion, to ti l ighest,
iddter, before tihe Court liouse door in
~innaboro, on- tha lit Monday, (4th' day)'
r Ootoer nex4a., 'tibe, t'act, of lang, de.
~ribed in the pleadfipga In tli at pre statedi
sure, l'yin5 and' sltuate in lIairflqd Gotty
rid'Sta-te of' South~ Carolina, b64' gg' to,
state of John Copeithd', dee'll, contafng;~
$7,27 AcreS oi 110''
Tftrnusor a&t LP, -Orio-tjbird onps, fqai tihe
rlance a edit i4.ene qa wyqnlrs, putr
baaerto give a boend j 1y l t'Wo~ eq tali
nnual instalments ihh I ni ri'r a d
pon two wlifel payhble~vailly, -elieE honm
ibe seetired'byla mortgageloi. the; preinis.
r?--Possesalun t9ie'S:5qW99- e' be*at day
Janularyv, 1870, upon whiq~t~ddy ihe ii-.
e, bond and mortgage'ar'e to be eteeted',
o puroha'ser l'Af tg' for the necessary pat.
~re-aflcBovenuqet Stpp- .,
sdlt 9-x8 -
sedr,- gi~ whidh v d $ie
d~iink jrpe *e givenu os tIh; Alo
dioh(lnssesnPe.p spiet v eim og,~ a.
m*Wbt0d5. ir. af~~q~h
91 5105 l W(W'th l~~A
ri *sY sir 3* f , ntrlt
$LIl 5 7't ln
1 m10 d I viles egi J esiIj e