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" A SHINGTo N, October 16.
1t on haaeker earrying Pennsylva.
,.1re gi van up. Geary s majority is
Internal ronvealo receipts to-day
'tyb stielei ie, idle diiring he sum.
ir, have resumed work since the 1st;
}jA?;, , '.Otobpr 14.
der e aienti was de
f o'tr a i ll w tereiii .250
4 on both,'1e# . The troops are
ys Q1 ,,Baiting; .rein
- , V b r6nuaking a final at
,i tgate in the harbor will
. '+t~op.. he assanlt.
' OI, Octobe,6.
( 466 e~n lowed h f4w
o 8tt ld de, VhIM refItal for
AtafAxniii, Eorrr, October 16
Te floodi of the Nile, which ihrent
ened the Egvptian cotton crop, is sib
siding. The daii on the Sus Canal
gave vay to-day, and it is feared the
canal must be deepened before used.
SP.Anis, October 16.
It is rumored that Nap.Aeon intends
etablishing a .corps of observation on
the pnnish frontier.
MADnID, October 16.
Prim has Informed the Cores that the
Government only waited the submuis
h Sion of the Cuban insurgents before ac
ctdiig the reforms required.
I.mATI:tn. -The attack on Vuhm.ncia be
gins this evening. unless the. insurgents
surreandbr-unconditionally. The insir
gents -at fle'ya continue. The Cones
has atthorievd the prosecution of seven
teen deputies, impli-ated in the rebel
lion. The Republican leaders Salvo
cca and Pnati are near Malaga, pro
claiming the. R'public. ''he: telegraphic
'and railroad lines have been destroyed
around Madrid.- The sessions of the
Curtea has b ja usponded.,
H AVANA, October 16.
The insurgent General Castillo is
dead. Another deitchmenfi of troops
has left for the field.
PiuSAni I.rnrA, October 14.
The Press' table estimpte!s Geary's
maijority at 2,300 ; the entra Commit
C m tee's table give 4,000 ; the Age says the
contest is close, anid w few hundred votes
muay settle the' iatter.
Col.umus, 0., October 14.
To Pecsient runt : H ayes has
' been elicted byl 0,000 majorit.y. The
house has three and the Senate one
(Signe:d) It D. IJAIRRISON,
-r. Chiairman Central Committee.
j eapatches to the War Department
from Chicago announce Farragut'e sit
untlIon as very precarons.
'WA8IrINGTON, Oct. 1i.-Noon.
Thiae resul t im Permsyl vania betweer.
Packer~ and Geary is very doubtful.
WVillia~ms' election to the Subreme Court
PHIIA DEL.PHIA, Ot. 12.
Teelection is progressing quietly,
athough the votin~g is rapid. Regis
tratis t 10000 less than last year.
1,300 Rlepublican majorty-a .gain
450; iftLh .Ward 850 for P'okr-a
gain of 237.. It is calcule ted that, the
Republiqan majority -in the city will
reach about 4,000. -The ' First and
- Second Wards of Pittsbd~rg show a
SDcmpi .eogain of.250. In West
Chest'er ity the Rlepublican majority
i CNdIdNA44 Oetdber'12.
The election is pr'ogrossing quietly.
9 endleton wvili receive the entire
Democratic vote. a There is much
sorr4 hing on the city ticket. The
* temperance ticket gets nothing.
* During the session of jhe return
a sheriff's officer attempted.'to serve -a
writ sofre lewao( or fapreveh6t the
~'was r aii ', ani was ejected fromn the
Sroom, tamjiakrhehad, obtained, ad
mittaq jw ac.rqMpee of bejsg~a
.rdtGisj- .UHe ano back' With
a poss. f Q 4by4 wrowdy broke
ope ig ,anaersd tlie writ.
H~e Ithen ordered the 'arrest' ofanr
* personehrthe'rony iwhenm he' chatg
od with res.ighitt..
a eorter' of the Assoclation
Preel e al:e houkiing man
noer by the police, and .locked sup.
The rcturi-judgoa are now. in court,
:nen i 04ul-at this ttme.
The~ Governor,$h 1s esage to alle
Bays t m e tvi ba
Sfurthere . esre .3 4*tm conmIinua
tel -ts 1 0t3~~ 47 LbaseR
ta for'eo n cto lp.
The re art of the :Finance Committee
oa ine tfittely postponed. The report
of t tt e on:Texation, favoring
iitn blluxories and sparing la
i iabr i as possible, and the aboli
f t plties, *as adopted. The
rpqyentiotth Ijourns to-day, and inects
ne1 t year .in Cincinnati. Mr. Brecken.
ridge attended the Convoution.
OMAuA, October 16.
A party of twelve surveyors are re
ported massacred, fifty miles below Fort
Puirr.Anat.prnA, October 16.
All municipal officers, except M ayor
Fox, elected in Octoher last, IfAe been
ousted by the decision of the Co'urt of
Gezrv's present majority is 4,842,
with n l oficial, except Butler, Porter
and Keystone Couuntis.
Louisvi.i.I. October 16.
The trestle-work bettweeii piers 1(i
and 17 gave way to-day, and six men
were precipitated ninety five feet ; four
Resulit ions petitioning Congress to
improve the Southern ports. especially
the tavigation of, tihe Mississippi, Were
adopted. Nd allusions to the postal
telegraph. A djourned sine (lie.
RliMliNeu )xn, Oct.olbei 16.
The jewelry swore of W.' W. Liiz,
at Danville, Va . tus lat bigh. -ate;I
and fired by the burglars. Two adjoin.
ing buildings wire also lest royed. Liss
$15,000. The burglars escaped.
New York Market.
NEw YoRK, Oct. 16, 7 P. M.
Cotton firm, with sales of 2,600
bales, at 26.1. Gold 30-.
Ci Ahi.:srox, Oct. 16.
Cotton firmer, with sales of 500
bales, middlings 25}; receipts 1,556.
LtKitv'uori., Oct. 16.
Cotton quiet and firmer-uplands
12Na 12; ; Orleans 12.} a 12g. Sales
A correspondent, writ.ing from Ma
rin conty, Florida, says: "-On the
30th of July, planted one hundred and
fifty orange trees cut down to within
three feet of the root The period re
furred to is, strango as it may seam to
people north, the t.ituo' for planting all
kinds of trees. Anything will germi
nate here in !hr.rainy Benson. 1i. is as
tonizihing'hbw thw'grass grows. I mow
every.~dy, between the showers, a va
riety.'f fine grasses to cure for die win
ter nsofI nycattle. They mow grass
here withksbe. It's a fact. A well
known$1ilosiian told me the other day
that t Iebelieved there was not a scyt.he
in the city except, mine. Those who
don't mow with the hoe do so with the
reapifig hook. But I see signs of im
SA1no AT TE Pi.AY.-It seems the
darkies in Washington have so much
superfluous cash in their possession that
they arc making up at purse to contest
in the courts the right of managers of
theatres to prescribe wihere they shall
sit. Truly the nig r is not much :p.
pressed if he gets cash at that rate. We
should not wonder if, when all their
money is spent, it, would conme to jnst
this-they havo the saine right to go to
t~he theatre as anty citizen has, but when
there they must obey thme rulb-s of the
estr.blishtmentt as othier cit izens do, and
one of the rules is that they shall
sit, in allotted places.-Neto York Hler.
*ONE OF MAttiON's MRPN.-A St, .u outR
pape~r chronieles the death of one of
Marion's men, at Beto' Creek, near
Marameeo Iron WVorks, in Phel ps coun
ty, Missouri, on 3d inst. The d eceas'd
Mr. Archibald W. Oxendine, was
born on Pedee river, South Carolina,
August 27, 1'759, arnd was consequenut
ly over 110 years of years of age at
the timet of: his. death, lie served
through the war of the Revolution as
one of "Marion's Men," and for over
forty years was a minister of the Bap
;The Troy ' ine shys the Hlon. John
Miorrisse y, on arriving at Mechanies.
,ile Ott.Tuesday, .and seeing the suf
dering conserquent upon the flood, at
bnce started a sumbseription paper, and
raised $800 fo6r thie benefit of' poor pei
ons whose houses had been swept
way. Q(., this. sum he subscribed
We are mnformed th~at the Board of
'rnstees of the University of South
Carolhta, at their meeting,'elected Dr.
.Jhn Lynch Profdssor of Physiology
and of Materia Medica;- Professor I&-t
4er, of' the F'urmani University, Profes
for of Igodern Languages and Liters.
tLure, and. tempiorarily oef Ancient Lan.
4nages and Lterature.-Phenix.
A telr~m froth~ Hftt, Montann,
says that a'payty ha'd judt ti'rlvef at
F'ort IBenton from the British m nes.
'Tbey troportihav'ing found the remains
of three emIgran6/wagns% destroyed
biy Blaqkifeet.Jndiann 4ogether with
tiho skoletons 'of i 'loin anid some
ghildren, murdered a year ago
Frantz, Ii9 irkWjb&ia an,
rather quizzically toplie, to a Northern
ftadical pap fsh ic 17domplains of his
Iseing too i an ~t' getis Frantz
ye him t . a ejt right
wallop n W iht.
heh% a man can ow-eks.
y nigh, and then. - 'a eia to" .j
aoepihh th i l
O O 22T..e'c ai
WINNSDOno, October 19.
CoTToN-1l5 bales were sold in this mar
ket in the past week at 221@24.
Land for Sale.
I offer for sale my plantation of 500 acres
more or less, on Little River within ote
mile and a half of Dell's Bridge.
oct 20 x4 J. BOYCE.
HO! FOR ELDER'S
CHEAP CASH STOREs
111 K subscriber respectful:y announces
tlut ie hal let uned frotn the North
from puruhasin, at full assorttent of Fall
and Winter ioods, consisting of ilardware,
(iaoceries, Dry Goods, Ready .lade Cloth.
ing of tho latest style, Boots and Shoes.
anade out ol the best material cx pressly for
my trade. Mi'linory Goods of all kinds of
the latest Pashions.
Give him a call before purchasitng and
examnine his goods as he is still selling ai
his usual. low prices.
is usurpatssel Lahor.Saving Machines,
such as Clhthes We siers, ('hmrs, D1ough
lKnheaders, &c.. together with his usual
stock of f air..iture, Repairing, &c., will re
ceive close at at eion. lie is now selling his
l'atent Clothes Washer and Universal
Clotihes Wl'ringer, both complete for $11.
These are the cheapest Machin s over offer.
ed in this muarket. Every machine is war
ranted to be what they are represented, in
all cases if they do not give entire satis
faction, if returned in thirty days they will
be taken back and the money refunded.
All Goods sold expressly for C.- SI!.
oct 1t F. ELDER.
THE understgned having
leased the Shops owned
by L. M. Buliek, (which
will he k nown by the above name hereafter,)
ar. tiow prepared to Slice horses and d ,
general Job Work, All work warranted good
or money refunded. These Shops are lo.
cated in rear of J. P. Matthews Store, near
the Rlailroad on College st.
Fil1lD COPES & W. II. DUVA.
Mill-Pond and Channel Oysters.
\ FTEI the first of November it is pro
I posed to furnish these Oysters, either
in the hull or opened, in quantities to suit
purchasers and at the lowest market pri
The Mill Pond Oyster supplied will be
the celebrated GULLA ISLAND O'S.
TERf from the Lucas Mill Pond at Charles
ton, which for flavor and plumpness is well
known to he unsurpassed
TanaaHs CAsu.-Orders solicited from all
parts of the country. Address,
THOMAS lcCRiA DY, Agent,
P. 0. Box, No. 130, Charleston, S. C.
lis:rennscss.-James Adger & Co., lion.
J. 11 Canpbell, Dr W. J. Ravenol. David
Jennings. MiCrody & Son, W. G. Dingle,
John S. Ryan. oct 14- n
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
r lE UNDERSIGNED offers for sale to
the highest. bidder, at his place, sit
unted one mile and a half West.cf Wintas.
The sale will take place on the 8th of No
vember, at the house. At which timo and
place. I will also sell all the appnrtennnces
of said pla--e. one Horse and a Mule, three
nmilk Cows with calves, a lot of Hogs,
Ilousehold and Kitchin Furniture, Plant a
tion lmpletmaents, &c. . C. 13. BETTS,
Court of Equity Sales.
G. B. Lamar, et uix. ct al.
vs. _ In Equity,
Ford and lint land, Exrs , [Fairfield.
and T. J. Rtobertson,
I N pursuance of deci.ecs and orders of the
[ Court muado in th< bovo stated cause,'
I will sell to the highest bidders before the
Court Iouse, at nI innsboro', 8. C., on the.
first Mionday in Novembher nexit, and thei
damya following, during the legal hours,--.
All thte real esatle belonging to the Estatei
of Col. Nicholas A. Pcay, deceased, consist
ing of about 15.000 acres of land situa'.e
in tihe County of Faiefnel, upon the Water
ec R'iver, and its trib'usaries.
V'his land has been divIded into qopnrate
convenient tracts containing from 1,000 to
150 acres, of which plats will be exhibited
at (lie sale ; an ! the sale will be made by
Aleo, a (7OLD MINE, wIth about 650
acres <f landlcircumtiacont, known as theq
* Nott Miine," situate in Union County ; of
which mine the said putate owns a part in
terest, and the other owners join In (ihe
main, so that the purchaser will bity thte
Tas.-A bout li5,000 cash to be appor
tioned pro rata bet woen all tlte purchiauers
for (lie balance a oredit of 1, 2, 8,'4, and 6
years, this balance being payable in equal
annunl instalments wIth interest. on (lie
whole from day of sale payable annually :
for this balanco pturehascrs 'to give bonj
eaqh with Iwo .good suroties and. further
scotired by a mortgage of lte tragt purehas'
Any purehlasor paying one tlhnd of lhis
'whole bid in cash, will not be requIred to
have suretiles to his bond.
Any purchaser paying the wh~ole of his
bid in CA SH!, will be allowed a discont of
tena pcr cent upon (lhe amount of his bid.
P'urchasers will be reqtuired to pay for
all-necessary papers and revenue stamps.
8. 11. CliOWNEY,
Clerk C. C. P. Equity side.
Witsnsboro, 8. C,, 9th Oot,. 3869.s
All papers in thie State will give two in
set lions a week apart, and setid bills lo'h(1s
offie. , - oct Il-fl~x8
J. D. AIKEN. & 00,,
('h\ Ut IsA9'IT0, S. c.,
Factors & Commission Merchians.
Wo will make liberal advances on Pro
duce consigned to us, or to our trieade in
New York. ... . , oct 18-1m
APPLIOAT IONS for the postilon of Afar
s).tp l, for the Towna of inntsboro, WIll
be, recgly'd tip to the 10th d. .of October,.
18'0.; T'luqpartyseleoted~wl b@e spetqd
thi20tlt dayu4t Oct40 r,tb eontlhofdfo'r (1
tsrm o( one yelan Ily ordet- of'dounntt.3 ~
I . i,3kTUBR!l~~s.e
71e sa t thon5 essoidf9'
October 4th- 4695 ute aIg'. I b ~s
I oort61.td 9 d--k ua al
den87$srnblyo1 dypfloatt Will be
uihado for th o legorporgtMo ofltlio;Wipiqado
.4antine Chureh. ont 12
Splendid Stock of Goods I
W1: are now prepared to exhibit one of
the largest, choicest ;,and heapest
stock of Voods-.over offered1ts this .market.
We are determined to urakcthe prices to.sult
the t:mes,''and v ill .ell our nrtelles as low as
tIhey Own be b.ught in any market in h-t
United States. You.will slave mobey by
giving us a call. Below we unumnerate only
a few of the articles we' have
Bleached an I Brown Domestics, Bleach,
-d and Brown Shirting, 8'rijped and
'iaid I lome4mun.s Bed Ticking, Cnlicoes,
l.andseys, Groy, Brown and Whilte llankets,
'Red, Grey. While and Opera Flannels,
lilack Cloths and Cnsei mores. Fancy Cassi
meros, Tweeds. Jeans, Kersys and :atinels,
Table Ilanmsks and 'I'owuli -g. oil Cloth:,.
I oop 8kirts, lIt,dimoral and louleva, 4kiis,
Mlack and Colored Alpnooent, Solid Me.ri
noes and J)eL-ines, Scotch I'qlds. an ehd
less variety of fancy. Dres Goods, Shawls
and Cloaks, uollairs and Culfs, and Notions,
in variety. &o., &o
Our stuck of eily Made Clothitag and
Stirts is v'ry cunplete and ohenp.
Our line of en' lemens', tidies' andl
Children's loo Aisnd ho.s ennnot be ex
coiled in quatily, var iety aud price.
A fine 'assortment of Oentlemen's, Boy's,
Ladies'. Misses', and Children's hlats.
We would call attention to our complete
stock of Iarwdaro au Cutlery, Gyns,
Croekery, Woolen Ware, Tin Ware. Chil.
dron's Ctbs, &o.
Our termns are strictly CASII. No'gnods
taken back alter delivery.
Reember to buy your goods from the
Cheap Store. W IIVL'S 4 LA I.
H AVING purchased an entirely now and
large stock of
Fall and Winter. Goods,
for the establishment formerly 6conpld by
II. Baruch, will.superi.atend and act for the
same. Ile hereby calls upon his numeroua
old friends and customers of the surround.
ing country to give him a call as in olden
times and ho will do for thean as well as
Come One, Come All,..
To the new store, one door north of MeCul
ly's llnrdware and Grocery-Store, where 8. '
WOLFE may be found it all times, and will
try and do as well for you as Qar be done
Here or Elsewhere.
The stock consists of Dry Oogde in ,every I
variety. Boots and Shnes, hlatll, .nd Caps. t
eandy \Made Clotling in grefit. 'ariety and f
various styles, from the lowest to the finest- P
quality, all of which-will beeglil at the 16i
est prices to suit the times, ..,; ,
Agent for t'he Eathbijslhnment.
w.. W,'KETQ N,
ff .AS removed to the -8tuth Et e of W.
11 RI. Rohertson's now builUH where h
will-be'plesasd to sad Iis oJd,frfends and
customers and the Public gene ally. I am
now opening a new and'conpleto stock of
groceries, Provisions, ilaidware, Dry Goods,
&c., &c., counsistinlg in part of
Bacon, Hams, Lard, Molasses r10 kinds,
Sugars, all grades, Coffee,ti'ea, Flour, No 1
Family, Corn, Oats; Wdie'a, Tobacco;Cheese, J
Mackere'l, Herring, While WiY Vinegar, 11
soda, Starbh, Soap Cundles, Njaparoui, C
Citron, Currents, Nulmoeg, All-Spice, .Gin.. fl
ger,. \Woodenwnre, .Crockery, -l0as-ware, I
Shoes and Boo s. Heady mnado Clothieig, i
Hals. Calicoes, lllenolhed, Brown and strip
ed llomespuns, Bed Ticking. &c., &e. ..
All oft;whtch I will sell ns low foi5OASII
as can be boughtsin this market *
10 Ions biapAps Super -Phosphate o~lie
Ii188 M. L. GAILLA RI will
,giwe i nstiructions in Mui
sio on thie Pian'o...
For termas, &e., apply at her res jepee,
or to WV. ;tI. Owight.
CiOles 01mee, .
I1Nissono, S. C., Oct . 12th 1800.
fiH E follo'w ig named persons. who' sorr
.edas Grand Jurors att the Jutly %ernfoo
the Qoutt, are hereby notified that thb presa
ent.Jury~law reqajrpos theIr attendadoe at
the Novemrber term of the Court teserto s
Grand Juroys, to wit;
J. HI. Crosby, Ace (Gaiden,
J. (G. Cameron WV. 8. hlabb, ~
11. 0. Lamar,- R~I. J, Price,
Authur Hayes, IH, A. Gibsoli
Gaborn Burrell ' Bobt. J. Kelly,
Gee. N. Ileynoids, Ja..N Hiatmeend
WV. It. Macon,- 113 . Quina:~.
*SA ML. B. C'L.OW NP~Y"~
oot 14-t~x2 -~.o Ctf?
. Ezeenter'a Ndutce,
of Cihester' County, South Carolina,.. are
bereby noified that the same must be pro.
usented, properlyattested, -on or before the
is~t py gfAnu extlephiet to the -tif
deraignoti, or to ilatlig cy, W. Rt. Ll9to
son, Esq. ei-' be a~br tre payinent . e
qamne. EDWAimft1 ilE
One of the E'xeeuiots of Divid Mi a~'
Vill. sspt,80-xtla*8w a
Pl~i/:s Coy, et 20, 186D
jiJIB Anabetng of Coily
nissolers of li'air~eld Qounty
held at thie Coutrt HhIk~le odf theotrtTht
day inNovember next; (2d). f
having bills against tIre QOdsdt9. f-itt'de
the sarioto thaer Ot w1 bgford~~a il Arm
tud N1(I n it s~.2..
oat 2.t4*4 Cle~rlsldr' . Cob
HE11 owners of pr'operty, sad 9#4
Swhose duly ae4uaians Ex ,uto
4 Waett c ans le4 en
Aha' ofl ,14,%D Ra.ito ro
A for sale by mP 6$
Under. Decree in Equity.
David Blevenson and oth6le, ii Johiu Ste
venson, Adtu'r, and otberl f
D UJISUANT to an order-of ;ourt, imade
3 ih the above stated cause, I will. offer
for shIe to the highest .'idde! ,bqfore tihe_
Cort"louse door, in Winesboro, op the
firt Mnday in November next, thetraq t of
land described in the pleadings in S ovo
rtated oluse, lying and situate in Fal tqidJ
county and State of South Caroliha. The
Iract of land cdtains
728 Acre 0
which will he divided as follory and sold in
four sepet'nte Iraet: 287 acs es kiown as tie
"home trnel." 145 nectes. known as she
''loliok r act " I16 acres known as as the
"Tinkler trat," and 190 acres knowu as the
Terms of Sale--nCashl umllent to deftay
the costs of suit antd expenises .f atie, the
bialance on a credit of ono and Iwo years,
Itn two equal an:.unl itastalmonts. wit i int er
ilt f11in the day of sale payable atinually.
iPutrolinters to eLve bmondi w good personal
'ecturiy and a ,nortgage 1 he premises uo
tobure tie purcinse tmone., and to pay for N.
Ill necessary hisPers find at tinps.
L.. IV. IJUVA I...
S. l . C.
Sheriff's Office. Wii'nsboro, S. C. rit
)etcher 7,h, 1lS9.
Unier Decree in Equity. T
iunr. It. Clowney. 0. Y.. P., vii. Nathan C. o
Itobertson, atd othors-Bill to Forelou.e lnt
BY virtue of an order of sale, man le in the
above stated cause, will sell at public
otution to tlet highest hiilder, before the
jourt hlouse door, in Winnsboro, on tie -
irst Monday in November next. the tract
f Land described in the pleadings in this f
Cause, situate in Fairtleld Coutnty an'l State
If South Carolina, contnining at,,m' t'
480 14 Acres, More or e. f
7'rms of Sale-The oosts of .mtit and ex.
enscsof stile to be paid in onsl on the day LO
if sale. The balance on a credit of one
tad two years, in two equal annual instal- -
Hnts. oomiputing from the day of sali,
vith interest fromn day of sale, payable ni
mually. The purchaser to give bond with
rood personal secnrity and a mortgage of
he promises, and to pay for necessary pa- cui
era and stamps
S. 13. CLOWNEY. C. C. P.. La
Clerk's Office, 8th October,' 1809.
cot 9-tix2 Re
Under Decpee in Equity.
'ho Mt.. Zion Society, vs John L. 4Jones. A'
Admr., and W. S. lRabb, Bill to Foreclose A.
UISUANT to an order of sale. made In '
L the above stated ontse, I. will. sell at A.
ubli auction, to the highest bidder betm-o Let
he Court liouse poot- int Wiiniboro, ontthe oil,
ret Monduty in'No'nbit' n'xt, thei' ottrt. Ic,
'aged.premiscs described imt the " pleadings blo
p thisi cause, containing tee
17 46-100 Aeres, more or'es", of
TRnits or SAD.n i- t'h -costp of suit and Sin
xpenses of sale tp he: paid in onh .o 'd ny ,
f sale. The balamnce on i oredit qf ltIelve wht
yoths from day of sale to Ue. seoure ty
Lond with good personal securiffi 4
Purhasers t, pay for papers atdstampm.L
8. 1t. CLOWNEY, C.C. P. hy
Clerk's Oflico, 8th Oct. 1869,--ro.
Unn1er Dcereo ink Eqity.
. n IIn, Fx'or, vs. George Leitner, ot.'
a,--lill to Foreolose Mortgage.
)URSUANT to an order. of sale : made in
. the above iated opuso, will gels at pub. Th
o auction to the highest biddjer beforq the yen
onrt hiouse door. in' Winnsboro oun thq I
rst MohndayidNovember next, tiro' tfort. gre
aged preises described in the pleading. :Pia
1 thi, cause, onttidning Or
1200 Acres, More or LeRt "
Aitunte liFIi eld Cotn itand StI Of N.
onth mirolina. - -
Tmirms of' SaLe'-One.Jthird of the purohause
soney, and the costs of suit and expenses
f sale to be paid in. onah on tiay of sale..
'h ahaace en3 a eredit .of one - andtwo
enrs'in eddnYaltnnumil Instalmnents,. ootnput
nri from day bf sale, with lnterrst. from .(
ate, to be secured bybond a'id hood per.. 4.
ohmil seettrity tnd) & snortghget li-~m Isd. r-.
chaseiMrs to pay fir paperu and stamps. r
Clri A MLI.3 QL(WVNEY, C.C. P, I
'ot 9-flx2 .ed
.v Kentuc Jnos1#~ fone 'f tl ,
bgpked udSt ripmt ifiolg }pg,en8 -d S' U
- d4.Lneoys fled~s IpVA
endessvarety Qgbt f every dsrp
0f efe$ style~an-4 n 1m:J k
to( In1k ifonb
An baunal;oth' petoeslaI it i a'
'*iih de lowrest in, ltoumbia 6I ~&Ii4
I-eisa N40twtmheai ##W gnalady
sabl e pb t dddnmde ogbW
.pg *Ni dv at ve 9o1'a se I
L4eT leguanan ib
16 H M P. MEb0 890
tit . y,"t1 !f1L1a ! 1%i .
3iA LIN C L BGE D6i;n d h.' .
Dnard a.d italiton $208 pr yen. 'Fo
talogueg address Rev. Jot 11 BitAlIrt.nl
, ' oct 20
ATEWAT 0oop STOVE
'IE BA8TJYTLQ1 WORKD
V a it 1'0'' O0' 0 INUAJ.;
ll do more worlt w t e eti .at oun
of fuel that-i'ot tel ovo
FU LLEILtWARfitNF Co.,
Troy, N. Y.
0* Decoriptive pminpIlets sent free.
IN rs on Ilouse I'tluing. By .1. W.
llASuttv.'Cl., 48 p., 40c. Pre: by matil
receipt of pilc e. M stb. uv & W iu J T,
B PJU.ilisttntts OF TilH .ADOD DotUiA:
i 0W YORK OBSERVER
e oaldet an14 best Family Newsp spter, ire
!ring it to now subscribers on.very f .
able termns. Satuple- oop'ie with circt
s. sent tree .to tlIy address. $3.60 per
SIDNEY E. MORSE, Jr., & C..
37 Park, !tow. New York.
I19 best. and largest. 11 eddy Newspa
per, with the largest otrotlutiou it tt
ateittaut Episcopal Chun'ch.. Sent free
one month for examination, and till
t. 1, 1870, to new subscribers for that
Ir. $3 a year, in advance. 1l. 11. MAr.
tv & Co., Hartford, Ct. oct 20
FOR MARKINU CLOt'1l1N, ETC.
'Moro convenient than ink."--Ann. Ayi
'Invaluable to housekeepers."-Oody's
-A very useful artiolo."-Al. Istitute
port,. 1807. Solo Agent, E. FAutna, 18:3
Il1iam-at. N. Y.
told by Stntionors and ];ealeys overy
ere. . oct 20
W FABER'S LEAf PENCIL
Ind Gold Medal-and Cross of the Leyion of
Ionor at the lixhibition in Paris, 1807.
W. Faber's New Pencils of Elbet'lan
d in 10 grados are superior.to any pens
ever made. A: W. VWFbor's ,8tucgt'ap,.
ing hard sa lurablet writ jg smooth,
ol and olvau. is lth be!.l, penal fur .Aebi
ti, Wgineels and AdcdI tantsy.
FAlntt183.Wini'tsI,-N'Y.; old Agent
tall A. W. Faber's Ponwo}s, Urdyone
tee, eto. .. .. -
old by statinonrp and Doalor every
M e.. .-. oct, 20
[OW shillW)An paut our house6 4by' .
:W. MAsut. 01., 220 p:, '$1.50. Fre
mail an receipt prico. MASUtR & Witu.
NEW SCALE PIANOS.
1 Iron Frame,. Overstrung itrass and
feltodeon 'and Cabinet Organse
i best manutfaeured. , Wpr4anted for 6
'!knos, Mlodcepnia unt! Orgnas ---Pi'ice.
atly reduced'for eneh New 7 otvyyh
ndt $275 and' :apwutrd. Now Cabinet
asl $4 ulte1qpwtard.; 8eobnd-bandiin.
}metal! $4Q andi .u pwrl. nje9nthlyajla
V. IloIon ?V r its,[ oct
TheeBest Type, Cabihlets,
Pases, and P'rih iers' ateria 1s
blado-and' furhishedi by
twonanuoti, iEdua.s & Co, Now Yor.
Iood Seooitflaado dy nder ro st~o.
W LE1m ..er.9Vhgels.-,0fey 6,000 in
Operation. Address theo m'f'rs, Sulil
Machine Co.,* Clarem'nnt, N II., or
uoodte'li ut - bet, 20
Mreat AtlantI ail lacifloe
0. 2o,6O 50 2Tog% 0ITt
'.n org iapton 6 a etiss"MrKbo
epose of 1mportthg 'Tell ditt ln
an to mercl~ahts thrpn~gibt ac todntty
hIAdIrppee dTil f h bs
4. .~; . e '1%tJ
1'Ae m 'ue onoa Tileof the be t all
09 *aS yJing th e . t. far beup
tt e W Y
AI2 rfJ7'":' ' IqMY+:,-88' '6W''il Wl~d for
N_ I Y' '~~ 20.$ rrb IIOa
j IJwill~jeay Agtepl a sSaaty. of $ pe~r
1 Y wek qp .i pel4'6y, er... J'Ju.jD large
LMarshall, Nfigh. '1,po *t)
sell (he lieut4ehtolul 8ewling lnolitie. i/Ouar
nttt' f.,five. years.; etirda LWtAN,
MACK, & Co;; i'ittsbulth PA. oct'20
$f~6() '.lreassJ." All L AfN,C1.
0. Aretle, Oinltiurwre, pId4 .'out 20
W mTaothi. to :altegifs' ai 'it"
N!:;~ C ON '0,E j : F;1i41U SEW.
will heo rfll 'alitch" bind., b1,4 nawl emi
liriler irk ;k 1.. ,,~itp iOur Itiuser1 iuiking
thie CelelbaikIv.I ;(rovk Sti'ch. '., atin
Do tnot by \lnhi~nd! midtrv the canme nameo
fiS era's from any on except tituse " ?tavitqg
tetticnte (if Agency t~lgid " by uts, as, ithte
e. worthless,~ malt-Iron ninebines.. ,Far
"irw*iluM, flad termits. aktlirusp ortipply to C.
liw~t:& Cu., .13 ittriae.gt..rtbitadilibd,
Pa. trot- 21)
RED J &OHI T AXE~
Is better thtan or regular slhaped Axes' for
these reasons: 'ir'st--It cute -deeper. 8l'.
cotud it. don't stick Int the wood. .'Thrd,-It
dloes ntot jar the handit. IFourth-No time 1s
wasted itn taking then Axe out ofthe out.-.
lFiri l-With, tLie saute labor you will do pte.
tid mnore work thatn withI regulaur .ixes,
Iced patin4 laos jo'lmiug to do withi the g94
qutalities of' .ti A,4, r al) our Axegs are
painted red.' If your -h'&rdwav a store does
not) keep out' goods, we will. glaidly' nnswtr
intquiries or li3) .Y94r-orders direct, or give
youi the flame of theaotieir sl, t1gltflti, W 1
Keeps our Axes.'
LIPPI41NOOTT & 13AKEWi1LL,"
Sole OWners8 of Colbuirn's" and lIed Jacket
..atui' Fac aot ail will resent IQ
any person settdha* '' t ti Club, :'t' Wdteh1
Silk Dross. Piece 9('lheok lnpr, ""
Sedfor (,'llo ' o 4 u t
-delivered toay t rt rjo."
1'!S .S. 196t Bodo ,i 1. ltctn r'.
0. Itox, C. " ' '
N. I1.-Samtples given on appioationt for
Catalogue: ** e l
It. 1IITTI1l, 9 Wylie t.,Pittsburgh
!,! lis., of Union-wide repttiion, treats
all venereal dllseases ; also, itiil1t'enk:
nabbe, inmpntenoy,' &).; the t'eslilt 'of- self
*ti'tr'p. . 'nil t 4tnaItps for sealed pamphlet,
ir p.".grb. o _opuitev t11Qiled, state cos.
rT Oltl)S 01? .WISD)OM for cYotrtg.MleIi se
"the Itulpg3A'ssjoo In 1pplittl,.A,1ar l
anid uu1ir6Nafntle.' Sent in sealed unvlnis5