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THE FAIRFIED HERALD
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Wednesday Morning, Dec. 1, 1809.
Desportes, Williams & Co., Props
Gov. Scott's Message,
The news from Columbia. is, upon
the whole, so much better tha weox
poeted to hoar, that we confess to
fooling cheered by it. The State gov
ernment, through both executive and
legislature departments, has taken do
cided grouad agaInst joepardising the
credit of the Stato and depreciating
its present securities by ill-considered
aid to railroads. dov. - Scott even.
suggests a return to specie pay.
monts as a means of still further
strengthening the credit of the State.
It may be6i'sl, that ho has doubtless
purchased up State-bonds. Be it so;
it is a good security for his good be
havior, and his finanoial recommenda
tious commend themselves to our
judgment as both prudent and! saga
eloue. They constitute, together with
his recommendation of an agrieultural
and polytohnio college, the best part
of the message. But Governor Scott's
thorough yankeeism and inability to
comprehend the Southerner, even
with his private Seoretary Heart to
assit himshows itself again In this
messngo,whilo treating the wrongs of la.
bor, as it did in his last message, which
was simply a lijel on the State.
All intelligent Southerbers alrqady
know the advantages of fair dealing
and justice, but the laborers of the
South unfortunately do not under.
stand that a day's wages are worth a
day's work, though even louder thar
Gov. Scott on a day's work being
worth a day's wages. Nor have they
the faintest conception that it is their
own untonchableness and unsteadiness
in performing what they' do, whio
renders their work less productive
and hence less remnerative to all
concerned. Gov. Scott, aiming hh
flings at an entire class, the employ.
era, bocaihse some few of that class
(fewer perhaps than in any other com,
iunity in the world) violate the rulei
of fair-dealing, supposes that a chang(
in that class, can or will elevate labor
This is a mistake. IBlevation nus
come from within the laboring class it
e.l, f in eask o.oa.t, 2nu,..1 .
skill and virtue, bursting forth i.4L
fruits of increased production and as
Lured- comfort and prosperity.
This puerile abuse of one class o
the poor (for we qro all poor in Sout]
Carolina now, and five millions o
State and Federal taxes to come ou
of this year's short crop, will not cur<
us of poverty) may seem to Govornoi
Sootta fine way of pleasing the olas:
that east. a majority of the votes
But~ we belheve in truth as always bet.
tar than trickery, and In a liboral
view as always wiser and strongor that
a narrow one. And verily, Cardozi
sets Governor Scot a good example it
this very matter. Except in his los,
ton speech, in which the colored score.
tary indulged in a stupid spout on the
subject of "the large landed ,proprico
tore'" (for our present t'ref/qtm are- no
Solomons on most subjects of politoal
economy) Cardoza has, in every other
notice we have seen of his addresses,
been moderate and conciliatory, and
line struuk the true key-note to this
great social question of the olevation
and Improvement of labor, by exhort
ing his race to look to, education,
science, true religion and virtue as
the safe and certain means of pro
gross, and not simply to legislation or
to antagonism with the whites.
We will notice the land-oonimission
and homestead exemption recommon
dations of the message, at another
We e gla'd to notice that the
Charlosion2~,*w, te paper of the larg
est efroulatio. in the 8tt$q, Itas comn
moncod'to discuss .th.:quosetion of the
improyome 6 of athe edO 6ni'oft our
laborlk ~#ri:ou as and
with :wisdoan~ MI attef hot alflh
pol~Ibialns toegitate thlu subjwo, the
agitation is~ d h J~l'
amount of ogItation' i' better than
apathy and< j~ ten. 'If bad n'en
snoeteq446,'4 tiu ngvog a wrong
direction to petlin th4ught, thore are
good mnp w)1,, e ~ IJfbe
brought oubt6 countaati$ gg
ish men' ti roi t elr.q1gy,' wiao
'nen . 440tbeirnwisdom.
The f($tAots the
tAes u3aw*q thsbthere toana'beenedis
paidf*hWk'lkri ft no w A 4'~ n
toocn only meddleaam~ ak.utarf
T a of q pl; t e of
coo a , in der eu co a t
so k o ther 'mplo ran
ny: n ir rfer o ith t pri.
vao. igm n'd of a y
ers and employees.
But social discussion and social
combination, upon gpgrp rinoi P1
*1O a do more good than even ait jLit law.
Thofaot tik tjo.boror cannot legi
timately prosper-without the employ
or and all 'olasses qft society prosper,
Ing with him, is not sufficiently bon
sidered or understood..-r 'Jortexamplo.;
retail merchants are interested in la
borors receiving higher .aid'still.high
or wages, as time rolls on, for their
trade will prdportionnbly 'increase.
Manufacturtfs uro interested, because
when labor is highly remunerated, it
becomes .intelligent, skilful, oflicient
and enterprising, and eapablo of sus
taining the boldest'projects with sur
prising results. Society is interested,
because a thousand' avenues of well
paid and yirtuous employment open
for-the industrious of both sexes and
of every ago
The Message Again.
With the xeoeption of"its piorile
denunciation bf the class of employers,
which a Governor should have loft to
orators of the stump,. tho message is a
,good one, and four of- its. suggestions
hiwo a decided tendency- to under
mine the presentfabvk 'o ecirg -
tiot, and to ustigrin ,hotter day.
If Governor Scott.. had -confined 'him.
dolf to finance, thole recommendat ions,
and a'n.% Mprtirdeht handligdf the
question bf. igh wn\ os f.r layor,
which we oursolves have. always advo
cated, . his message would have elicited
from ourselves at least, if not from the
entiro State press, a hearty culogium.
Ile is not sinoore, however, in all that
trash about labor; in proof', just read
other portions of his mossago 6etwee n
the lines. For example :
Ile recommends an apprentice system
-a conservative. idea ; .fyr the radical
idea is, that manihood right shiottl be
restrited by no law whatever, that a
man can and should vote and make
laws, watohos, or elooks, or houses, or
engines, withoutany.education or pro
paration for it whatever. But tlge Doc
tor know that his treason just ;ore,
would not be exposed, except perhaps
in some oountry jourhgl like omur own.
As--r IS .4 nract of engifal,
lea rominnends that, man ufgioei-ies
be exempted for five years from tax
ation. This means well, the,' blacks
F don't see its meaning, and will ,vote
for it. So would we. But it means.
f Look at It,.reader, and commonoo to
b write Robert K. Scott on your ballot.
If, however, you doubt about doing
so, just look at the five hundred dollar
Shomestead exemption rcommonda
tion. That is an out and outwhmito man's
measnre. It is intended to destroy
the eredit of the laboring man, and
espoeoially of the laboring black manm
completely, and to force hima to pay
triple intomest, when he does succeed
in being trueted. It will bacoken 'the
progress of the blacks, until tho whites
get wagi a head of them in the raco of
life. An appeal to tihe all-powerful
stealing instinct, the blacks will tote
for it. And so, (as a war measure,
since the blaoks.wIll have war) so, most
assuredlly, would we. Ten years
hence, we would think,.it had done its
Iwork sufficiently, and then we should
vote to repeal it.
bi~,.thoth, ye unreeonstruetedl
Dmr. eif you have not written
D.Robei's iianie on yotr'tiekotn yet,
a refiootion~ or two upbn tiuo lnd-om~
missiotipn eqawhig9h:30.*orngr .uoty lia
scientiously to do so.. It is indirecly,
Ihe best white Immigratiion neasuro
that hass yet been started in the South,
and is destined to be Utsed direcly~ for
that purpose, if it suoceods. Nothing
can prevent this result. Sog as it
is founded on the snmalam fallacy
so often exposed in the columns of this
paper, as If sin~ll fulths cr~ an of
will bing ,in'tlgongt,,stoaste ?nd
skillful culture, of dourgo, the asi
thig wilt pirove a fizy,, dia
tendenojeg *ot her fltfan i!upin
tagonize. the races, nd lsqae
labor fram capital, -when 'both-sd
greatly nedd a thodro lI mrions otha.
ion, and in the light. of those tendon
01es, We will watoh t6 ii I rl tb' p
atid'sinbe the bl(c ngjof. g go
lyifqitwhy wo hould heo1iapp~y,'if
urin the L ilro to g m odate
Amt To black
The Prosb o rh in Sum.
andg ta 'i*$6 dtw~mini.
88$gg$ beforg tig- war.
It pon the subje o
ca n Carolina, you
one t pono to assign m an 1 -
port ant f skjan& o accompany it with
expressions of confidence in my abili
ty.4o xeoute -it.The publiec all you'
havo made upon m geoms to require,
as due to niyself and courteous to you,
that I should make a reply.
t is not agreenb1e to my etastc to
ob'itudo nyself upn the public no
'td'ilaeai foliigt Ito fiesch a go E f"
public duty, 1-havo made It aI rule to
court a becoming reti'renent. In this
case, I feel that I violato io rue of
lrospriety in appearing before the
roadors of your journal, particularly
since that journal is publislhed in the
District where I was reat.cd, and where
I hopo I have a number of earnest
frientds. Allow n.e to.say in the- be
ginning that I highly approve of your
scheme to revive in Columbia, the
South Carolina Military AKad t y
and to en -oft"u ojt it the featires of
an Ariouktural and ieelianical
Schod. Such an institution in tho
capital of South Carolina, would be a
most useful work--a noble Consu.uma
tion "most devoutly to be Wished for
--would be to renize the concoption
of Milton, who culled a complete and
generous education that which enables
one to discharge skillfully and mang
naiini-ously all the duties of the citi
zon,,bith private and public, in peace
anmd in war.
We agree that you' scheme is high
ly desirable. A3 to '-the moans 'of
oarryirig it out, you suggest a canvass
of the State, to got the necessary funds
-by. my friend Col. Haskell kind my
self. It is here that there does, per
haps, ariso some differenco of opinion
between us. The 'suggestion to can
vuass the Stato in this.bolatlf does not
addre;s itself to my oonvoenionoo, my
meacms or my. judgment. Your call
upon me to enter upon the duty to
whils you exhort me; fountd me busi
ly at work in a departumept of manu
factures; constrtained by oi cunmstatiooa
to-abandon academio pursuits, I havo
entered upon the field of Material
developient. The field tb whith you
invlto io is a 'noblo one, oansistqot
with taste.and experionco. , But, my
poverty'construins' ae, and I must
$ork With what tny bands find to do,
and, to'do tiow,
W 'te Tpossesspd of ample .moaps,
it would givo ale pleasure to dodioato
my time and my services to just such
a work as you propose. As it is, al
low the to hope that some one else,
better endowed than I, will tako up
the banner you hold out to me,. and
imprint upon-it the insignia of success.
And in this oanexion, giveme 'leave
to say, that 1ili Yor-kville. theare is thie
sch~oo, aind there is the mi t~ mke
the nucleus of~ your ad nmi~ble project.
I-allude-to the~ Kiig's.Mountiv -Miii
tary"Saoniolland to its oixoelldnt Bu
piito eit(i1 re 61~. Asbury
Coward, wel linown as a gilant ex
Confedorate ofdiaor and a high-toned
You hxa'se alluded to' 'my former
oofibiection with theo ld South 'Caroli
na iliiary Academy. 'Perinit nme to
say .that it, is my lpiowledlge. of. the
working -of that' institution -which
makes me so heartily cotiour with you
in the pr oposition to reeost ablish it.' It
should be re-testablished. It was a
blessing to' South Caroia,'anmd in the
cause of practical-and thorouih edu'
oatitn, it was a noble instrumh'ebt. It
wont do6Wn in thme sto6rbu of *ar~, btit it
lives to-d ay inm 'the nmer of Its
friends, and it' stands-Illustratedl on
the pages of -hlstry by 'tmo hohieve
ments of its'graduate'int *Wat an d'1by
their works in poace. 'Secure its're.
vival, and yot, yourcself4 Mrs fldftot'
will have 'oreotod "a 'monuinent of
'your' own' patriotism.
Very respodtfulhy youmry,
J. P. THOMAS.
- OrtMDiAu,' (., No'v. 22d, 1869.
* commuy cATrsbJ
qvery hing stJetr toiide.to promoto 6he
sause .of leduoat iou> in oursbidsr~'I'
ssd-you- an duoditP ot elitadl 1ftL
etant, giearDoko, in a oiul ~rqve
worth~y nd~ responisboitinn of' pu
(Jounty~ .The 6hmildreme anwrobed" to
tlie 'ro ~with' their hpy od
weoen oken b1~te.-a twhdkiM ' 'wit
to a t." ay 8 reco, that .
gre f\pa nage4 *hce richly 4
ser - R IIER.
IOUIE OF EPJRESENTATIVys.
fjormnulA, ovembcr 27.-The
Iouse not' at 12 M. Speaker Moses
in tliO' Chair. Prayer RbyRev. John
The[Jjeiosry .Commaittec w ro in
'trnotad'to itquire into fnd report
Mpofl7tbQ>questioni as to whether.there
arc any statutes of the State discrimi
nating tainst persons on account of
color, now in force In this State.
Notioes were given of bills to pro
vide medical attendence for the poor
in each County in this State ; to ara
thorize the issuing $2,000,001 of State
bonds, b; the Stato, to be applied to
the purchasing of lands in this State
for homesteads for the poor and labor
ing classes in this State ; to amend an
Abt entitled "An Act to amend an
Act to-define the duties and jurisdic
tion of Countf Commissioners;" to
prevent the marrying of fiet cousins.
Sloan introduced a resolution, which
was adopted, that a Special Commit.
tee, to consist of five members, be ap
pointed, to whom shall be referred so
much of the Governor's message as
relates to the river flheries.
h. J. Cain introduced a resolution,
which was adopted, that the Commit
tee on the Judiciary be requested to
report wilhether, in their opinion, the
Governtor of this State can remove
Auditors or County. Treasurers, or
whether their term of office cannot
expire before the lapse of two years
from their appointment.
At 1 p. m;, the House adjourned.
fhi.$onate assembled at 12 M.,
President pro. ten. Montgomery in the
Chair. Prayer by the Chaplain.
Notices were given of bills to au
thorize the issuo of State bonds to
the amount of $2,000,000, to be ap
plied to the purchase of lands in this
State fur homesteads for the poor and
laboring classes of this State; to in
corporate the African Methodist Epis
copal Church in this State ; to extend
the jurisdiction of tho Court of .Pro
At 12:55, adjourned.
Columbia. Correspondence Courier.
xI1E STATE FINANCEs.
The message of Governor Scott to
the General Asserbly, which con
venes to-morrow, will, it is reported,
recommend a financial policy that
promises, if adopted, to put South
Carolina far ahead of any of her sis
ter Southern. tates, and perhaps in a
short timo.o isle her to resume her
spocie payamento. With this view and
to establish on the strongest and most
pormanent basis the credit of the
State, the Governor is willing to post
p one the assistaneo desired from the
Legislature for the - completion of the
Blue Ridge Railroad. The proposi
tions, of which I have had but a hasty
glance, will, no doubt, startle many by
their novelty and may raise some ob
jections, but they will more probtbly
receive the cordial sanction of all
good sound financiers.
t DUo A T ON.
Mr. Jillson, State Superintendent
of educatiori; has bccn hard at, work,
and prepared a bill to establish a
system of education for the State. It
is believed .that the bill meets the
general vieivs of all parties, and will
probably become a law at an early pe
riod of the session.
THlE NE.W CODE.
The new code of laws, prepared by
the Commissioners to codify the laws
of the State, will probably -engqge
much morenthe tittention of the Legis.
ture than almost any other subject.
It will be intrpslueed in the form of a
bIll, and numbers several hundred
THlE NEXT CAMPAIGN.
The wire, pnlling among the legisla-'
tore by the .ipore astute Republican
lenders, for State and Congressional
offices, will doiubtless afford many in
torQsting it4,ps ais the curious work
ings of 'tho vapious rings and combina
tiotis ar gragually developed and
At thepmeoting at Orangoburg on
Natiirday, a' la?ge number of Demno
orats cameo ion. to see and hear Dr.
1iaoyfeoak Io tojd his Republican
heargre~hm tio a sstain themselves,.it
wap:requis tot av lsty, pf iolion,
adpurit~f .1n.,all tiheir acts. Tiaq
Oenoorgit, ho peli by l1n.- drillipg.
hpd Jgarned. the iless.o f4ip
should r tp~Iulder,an, u
9WP4 ty, ,ooyetsy gf dat Cear
9 ed feyrt 4& san strain,
cres%%9 wen fwo ndthree
A' ohql gioli p.~ ., .og 'upcay.
ni .ht r oy epre ,ats the Colum
w ~h00 &binel tle edn
Ar3 Ir9mnt, mado,
Ihete ppetr -- spe ,
a 6 vo ~pd '~ damage
t idgr 4tfdg e
purpose. o Jnn aatjii a
S -L. fln pple Jaq ' Q'eoelved by
I ' POD 3 O UART CO.
no* 40 7
ALijAB E IPROPERTY
T IiE. lot and two largo and handsome
- Stores, on Main "Street, known as
"Matthews' Corner," at present occupied
by thi subscriber and If. W. Desportes, will
be sold on the frst Monday in December, if
not sold before. This property rents for
five hundred and fifty dollars, and can -be
leased for fio years at that price. Des.
portes store is rented for next year. and pos
session of the other will be given on. the
1st January. The entire stock of Grocer.
los, Hardware, Crockery Ware, Boots,
Shoes, &o., will be closed out at very low
figures. Call and get bargains as the stock
must be closed out by 1st January.
JNO P. MAT flIEWS, Jr.
Fifty Barrels Flour.
S1 DtREL8 of FLOUR, just recovied
59 and for Wale low for cash.
nov 28 W. W. KETCHIN.
CHEAP CASH STORE !
B. F. DVIDSON, & CO.,
DILY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, &c.,
Winnsboro, S. O.
a'ui t .E!Le c ei-"re cm..
250 BBLS. FLOUR,
3,000 BUSHELS CORN.
10,000 Lbs. Clean Cotton Rags.
B. F. DAVIDSON, & CO.
ON account of the great decline in cotton,
we have lbeen able to purchase a large
stock of Dry Goods at greatly reduced
prices. Consisting in part of
New York Mills,
Fruit of the Loom Mills,
Calicoes, Linsoys, Kerseys, Flannels, Ilats
and 8hoes, which we offer for sale at lower
prices PYOR CASH than can be bought in
this market. Cll and examine our stook,
B ACOT & CO.
Always on hand a large and varied stook of
Gaoceries, Provisions, &n.
BACOT & CO.
Salt! Salt ! Salt!
Just recoived 200 sacks Liverpool Salt. in
good order, and for sale low for csh.
nov 27 BACOT & CO.
Mattresses ! Mattresses!!
We are now prepar'ed to fill orders for
Bledstende having the patent "Scioto Joint,"
a most Important improvement. It Is mutch
stronger and more important thtan Iron fas
tenligs. Is .very simple in use. It fur.
nishies no hiding place for bugs.
A lot of Mattresses and Saloen Tables,
Just receivid by
'McINTYRE & Co.,
To Those Indebted.
A LL who owe D. R. FL~ENIKE1N,, Agent,
Li for Aubreay'& Co., for supplhes ad
vaneed durIng tis year, are requested to
come. and pay.up by the elose of this month,
as further indulgence will not be granted.
Prompt payment for this year may insure
assistance if requiired next, year.
Those who stillI o*e him for their unpaid
aceounts for 1807 and 1808, will greatly
enhance their credit by settling, and save
a foe to some of the lawyers.
LAND FO~l SALE.
BY authorit-y conferred upon rae by (lie
will of John Mef'ullo- gh, deceased,
will sell to (lhe highest bidder en the first
Monday in January next, before the Court'
house at Wintbsboro',- 8. C,, between 11 A.
M. and 8 P. Al., all that
Containitng 207 acres, beunded b y lanids of'
Satnuel- Dunbar, 'Estate of John Neil, de
ceased, BIdsnjmin 1.- Coekrbll andi other.
Tsasss.--Oethilrd oash, for the 'balauoe
a credit or one, anid twe years, secured by
bond 'and morfgage, purchasers to pay for
necesar papets and stamps.
SU52 GO, . MILLER, Ex'r.
CAMPN MILLS ROUR
'Illa' PREIOR at eh 8. 0, VAI IN
nH l td,*ige offer to their ccunrv
. ie thed~ i~ p1bile in' gene. a
cheide Effd 4Ar attice of PLOU1i. They
have on-bnd, and grinding daily a full
tnlitgxti and Super~ne fljour.
2l i t, and Wedern flout a lowest mar.
5,000 Bushels prime Whit. Corn,
- ,000 " : $$ed ?'tl Feedhtg
� Saes E. . d,
OCU, .to ey
M 1 : o i titu
We p , liskth report ,of bitand
of the :ten 'M it s. T1 bons seem
to koop up steadily with their studies.
B. F.Davidson & Co.' advertise in
an additional line of business to.day.
Messrs. Gooding, Stuart k Co. offer
some tine old Apple Jack.
Valuable Property for Salo-Ap
ply to John P. Matthows, jr.
Fifty barrels Itoui--At W. W.
Mfattresses-John M~cIntyre & Co.
Land Sale-Goo. II. Miller, Ex'r.
Farm to Rent-Jas. II. Rion, At
Sheriff Sale.i-L. W. Duvall.
E. P. Alexander, of Columbia, of
fers Peruvian Guano for sale, and in
exchange for 40 busbole of cotton seed,
will furnish 250 lbs. of Dickson's
Compound, worth as a manure, as
much as 100 bushels of cotton seed.
The American Sunday School Worker.
We have received the prospectus of
a monthly journal to be published at
St. Louis, 1st December, by J. McIn
tyre, No. 4, South Fifth Street, under
supervision of a committee, repro
senting the Evangelical donomina
tions. Its sphere is the promotion of
the religious education of the young
in the family, sanctuary, sabbath and
day schools, asylums, &c., in all sec
tions and denominations alike.
It will have a lesson system with
expository notes, illustrations, &o.
with much other matter ready pre
pared for the use of teachers, parents,
The editorial committee consists of
leading ministers of the different do.
nominations. The publisher, would
no doubt, gladly answ'er all inquiries.
A Pottle of Fine 011 0ognao Brandy.
Our thanks are due our young
friend Mr. Edwin S. Stuart, of the
firm of Gooding, Stuart & Co., for a
bottle-(we mean a whole bottle) of
fine old Cognac Brandy. It is cer
tainly fine. Messrs. Gooding, Stuart
& Co., like the auctioneers of old, have
some of the same sort left. If you
do not believe it reader, got some and
try it. They can be found next door
to the Postoflico.
Judge Rutland imposed the follow.
ing sentences at the recent term of
John II. Davis-Ma nslaugliter
Fifteen years in Penitentiary.
William Smith alias William
Brown--Burglary and Larcny-th re
years in Penitentiary.
Ben Lamar--Assault and Battery,
-six months in Penitentiary.
William Rutland-Burglary and
Larceny--eighteen nionths in Peni
Spencer Robertson-Malicious Mis
chief-three months In jail.
Ihester Boyd-Grand Larceny-one
year in Penitentiary.
Richard Brown: alias John Wil
liams-eighteen umonths in Penitenw
Richard Brown alias John Wil
liams - Stealing a Mare-eighteen
months in tihe Penitentiary. The im-n
prisontnent in this ease to commence
immediately on expiration of the
ternm of imprisonment in the next pre
months in Penitentiary. E
Much credit is duo to Judge Rut
land for the efficient energy and abili.
ty with which he disposed .of the
heavy busingas befor~'eOtiurt. His
charges to the juries idere pointedj
clear st~d for-oible, and his aim was. to
administer law and 'justice He do.
serves tho respect and consideration of
a1Tpartiei for'is mrpdrIti and faih
ful. ditscharge of his duties.' t
Nair A 'W:.r.:Auz T#1L.The 'New
York. World nmakies thd fdlloi* so.
vere criticism upon thme bhid 'hooting
of es-Alderman T. J. Mackey, on a
recent oooaslon, ot which most of our
rea'dors have beeti infortned:
Membership of the C6muion COqn
oil of Charletomi does not' seem to
sdtiduce to good narksmnanshlp. A
blandering Alderinan, in the heat of
lebatA, redently Aired three sbdta at his
aephew' (also tin Alderman, ode' of
wthich hit the President's dle , atieth
ir went through therwindowlwhile-the
third masil il~tlehol, in the-oeiling.
[t may be that the-acouracy of the I
bfllhular atn.waalotorferq4. witis by ~
phertwo oolote4 :logislators w)bo .shad ~
dionally fooled, with hi. artilloeepdAht
iba resutbe of the kshots lisdebIslIl pos
lc nwouln'tevers bi hsAnith
udeu-law- 0 A ftesabI'publio and dit
~rantful failureshe o0ght 'to get to.'1
~pthota. few of. hia larget tdlations
aihet, ora .egsoiu enn tor any j
'a,.wie's relatland-awany. tme .. .
Wissnono, Novethcr 27 -868 bales of
cotton were sold in this narket during the
past week at email@example.com.
QJLBERT - J?OTEET -- arried,. in
Winnsboro, on the evening of the
23d inst., by the R. W. Momnminger,
Dlr. J. E. Gnr.nt to Miss U. E.
PoTE.r, all of Fairfield.
OBIT UA RY.
Departei tihis life in Winnsboro. Nov. 25t Ih
I $61, M . R(iA ltI'T N., wife of Jno, W.
,larke, aged 21) years. An atFectionato wife
ad kind mo't her hiss passe: from carth, to
.eap the rewards of the righteous in heaven,
where sorrow and sighing are not known.
Let okn ess blast, lot death devour,
if heaven must recompense cur fears,
Perish the grass, and fade the flower,
If firm I ho word of God remains."
A Fni a n.
S'KCIA. NoTics.-To parties in want of
Doors, Sashes and Blinde, we refer to t
idvertisement of P. P. Tonle, thli lard
manufacturer of those goods in Charleston.
['rice list furnished on application.
Row Rostetter's Bittters Cure Dyspepsi.
TntE WHOLE STORY IN A NUTeULL.
The office of the stomach is to convert
the foo.l into a cream-like semi-fluid, called
YaisL. This is effected partly by the no
tion of solvent, called the gastric juice,
which exudes from the coating of the stomt
ich, and partly by a mechanical movement
>f that.orgnn, which churns, as it were, the
dissolving ailment. The CItYNS passes
rrom the stomach into the duodenum, or
entrance to the bowels, where it is subject.
ad to the nat ion of Ithe bile, and the nutri
tions portion of it. converted into a fluid
Balled Chyle, which eventually becomes
Now, it is evident that if the great sol
rent, the gastric juice, is not produced in 1
utlicicnt quantity, or if the mechanical ac
lon of tho stomach is not sufficiently brisk,
ho first process of digestion will be imper
fectly performed. It is also clear that i f
ha liver. which plays such an important
part in changing the nourishing portion of
the chyme into the material of the blood is
congested, or in any unnatural condition
te second process, will not bethoroughly no-,
nomplished. l'hie result of the two failures
is dyspr>sia, completed with billiousnacss.
The mode in which IJOSTETTER'S
BITTERS operate in such cases is
his: they invigorate the cellular men
brano of the stomach, which evolves the
astric juice, thereby insuring an ample
sufficiency of the fluid to completely dis.
solve the food. They also act upon the
nerves of the stomach, causing an accelera
:ion of tho mechanical movement necessary
to reduce the food to a homogeneous mass.
I'hey also act specifically upon the liver,
ttrengtheining it, and =o enabling It to p""
luco an ample and regular supply of bil
or the purpose of converting the nutr.
Pious particles of the Chyme into Chyle, and
romote the passage through tho bowels of
he useless debris.
In this way, IIOSTETTEl,'S BITTERS
nure dypepsia and liver complaint. The.
explanation is plain, simple, philosophical
ind true noA 25-Im
[From the new "DOMImON."j
At this season, when coughs andoolds
ire so prevalent, an effeetua remedy, and
mne easily obtained, is Perry Davis' Vegeta
'e "t'ain Killer." It is no new nostrum,
rended by unknown agents, but has stood
he test of over twenty years; and those
who use the article, internally or external.,
y, will connect with it grateful reeollec
ions of its worthy inventor.--fusting's
(!hronicle, C. ii.
P~aiN Kir,ran.-Thie testimnonials borne to
hn cllicaoy of this valuable medicine are
tufftient to warrant its itntr, duo..
.on into every house. Our own opitin is
hat no family should be without a bottle of
*. for a single hour. In flesh wounds, aches,
.nns, sores, &c., It is the most effect ual
emtedy we know of. A bottle will last, for
i cry long 'ime, and its low price places it
vithlii the reach of ali. Our readers will
emcmber that the M1essrs. Perry Davis &
3on have opened a house in Mlontreai,
shence Canadian orders are supplied.
Yctcs, Si, Jfohn's, (7. ..
Mr We are glad to Igarn thmat the '"Pain
Killer"~ Is having so large a sale inm omir city,
Ye have every reason to believeit' to 'be an
imost never' failing cure for pain, and is a
medicine t~hat no faruily shod be Without
ilont real 1'itlt
Da~vms' PAIN Kxr,sat.-From the roports
>f dealers in the this city. we think no prod
>rictoiry mediiclne has had a larger sale. Its
!alunablto proport ies, as a spe'elly Ntmro for
>atn,*eannot fail to be generally apprecia
ed, and ne family should bo withocus-itein
asb of accident, or suddenxattaok of dlys,
nteryv, dilarrhoca, cbolera. porbue,ppt) osgn
tsatiqe holera, yields to Jie mIte power,
awe see by reports froth those seat ions in
ho south West whoro thme disease has lbeen
articula,2 yiyplent the past summer
?ACIFIC GUANO COMPA~
~CID PHOSPHIATE OF EN
IIIS article Is manufacetured at thle Comi.
.panmy's Works, uInder the direegtion anid
upeorintendenoe of P'r Itaveaci,
It contains the same ejemqpts of- fertilli
y as Soluble Pacifio Guano, px.ept iiiat it
s not furnished with Amonia,, It is pye.
lared ei~iessly for cotioPoiting with ctlton
~ecd, which furnishes .thq eligmekt of -Am.
motila ; -the -Object to: render thati Side pro
uot, of the planttation available to the high
st degree as an olcsment of fertIlity. F or
lirthar pd part iotilar information appl !.
he dndoraigned, J. N. IiQBSO,
Agoeht or' tHouth Qaroiina
I artd 2 Atlantio Wharf, Chmarlesten,
onNi 8. Ilunan,Jr.,
) ifftde of 5tindr~y Exoettmiens toc me di
reoted, I will offer for sale at i''irfleld
ourt House on time .first Mond Iy and, the
ay following itn Decemiber next, within ilm
gal hors of sa'e, to I to ltigh6st' bidder
- Caslu, thio following Personal Properiy
Pda As ihe l~op6ft of tfred W1li
rice, at the sMult of Do.
AVING been at mooh expense in -coh
strnot.ieg .t sh ppsand wt t