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I i- riose that's bent a i:h s unmer rain,
Or iitd with itarthly crow,
,%erds rieber" perf'uute o'er again,
And glows with lvelier.l.ue.
The pearly drops that light within
Its Iealy chalice rest,
lit. freihrr beauties f.,r it win,
Iis fragrant chartms at test.
So, hearts how'd down with weight and care,
Or crushed by bitter grief,
Show clearer what their virlues are,
While waiting for relief;
.each tender sigh Is sweet, that springs
Fron hearts by sorro* riven ;
If on its partin breath it brings
Some dearer hope of hoaven.
[Prom the Charloiton Courier.]
The State Survivors' Ass.oiation.
OROANI/.ATIUN AND ELEUTION OF OFF
At one o'elock yesterday, the State
Survivors' Associatlon inet in the
South Carolita Hall. The meeting
was called to order by Col. MoCrady,
who moved that Gen. Kershaw be
called to the Chair. Messrs. T. P.
Lowndos and Pierre Bacot were ro
(uested to net as Secretaries.
On motion of Mr. T. 0. Barker,
tho delegates present were roquosted
to coon forward and register their
naia<, whereupon the following dole
gates registered :
Anderson-Jas. A. Hoyt, A. J.
Shelton, Dr. E. M. Brown.
Abbevillo-J. T. Robertson, G. M.
3oaufort-Wm. Elliott, J. A. John
Barnwell --Robert Aldrich.
Charleston.-Edw. MeCrady, T. CI.
Ih)rker, Jas. Connor, 13. II. Rlutledge',
U. 11. Mloffett. Alternates.-C. J.
WValker, P. (). (aillard, J. F. Prio.
1,ant, Isaac aiiyne, T. P. Lowndes.
Chostr-J. A. Bradley, Jr.
C'hestorf el-Theo. F. Malloy.
(lloton-J. S. Heyward.
Darlington-J. Jontata Lucas, 1'.
Edgefiold-T bos. W. Uhrwilo, Fred.
L. Smith, 0. N. Butler.
lhirhiold-J no. Bratton, Pierro Ba
rot, J. '. Maollo, A. S. (Intllatd.
(.:oItnvill--W. L. Mauldin, Jno.
(.oorgtown-F. L. F'rost.
Kershdaw-J. B. Korshaw, V. L.
)0oe'ass, Wm. Clyburn.
ILancstor-B. .J. Witherspoon.
Sturons--i. Liogare Farley.
Marion--S. A. Durham, ). E. Gil
Narlboro'-W. J. David.
Spartanburg-C. i. IFleming.
I tchland-h'. WV. Sleiaster, Wmn.
Wallace, Warron Adams.
W illiansburg-J . IP. )argan.
The following oflicers from sister
xmoieties were present, by invitation :
Z. Davis, President South Carolina
taigors' Charitable Association ; .
frod Lhett, President Monume itsl
Association First South Carolina Ro.
gulars; A. J. Minima, Charleston
Itifloentt Socioty ; 0. L. Huist, Pal
metto Guard Charitable Association ;
(co. Ii. Walter, Washington Artille.
Ot motion of Major R:mikor, it was
Resolved, That survivors in good
standing, who have not been regularly
appointed, be requested to represent
their respoetive districts.
Swas also resolved that the oflicers
o'' the Distriot Association be invited
ti > nrol their nantes as members of
t o Convention.
A letter from Gion. John S. Preston,
eadorsing the project of forming the
Association, and tendorngn his appro
vatl and beat wi~vshes for its sutccess,
was read, and ordered to be preserved
On motion, a Committee of Five,
contsisting of Messrs. E. W. MeCrady,
ha. Conner1 John Bratton, Win. Wal
inee, and 1'. W. McMaster were ap
pointed to draft a Constitution and
nmimnato officers for the Assooiation,
and the meeting then adjourned until
At four o'clock the Convention reas
simbled, the Committee appointed to
dtraft a Conistitution reported, and
nominated as officers the followintg
Preosident, Lieut-Gonoral Wade
First Vice-P'resident Lieutenant
Geqneral R. H. Anderson.
Second Vice-President, Major-Genue.
ral J. B3e Kershaw.
Third Vioe-President, BrigadIer
General S. McGowan.
Fourtht Vice-PresIdent, Maj.>r T. G.
ioeretjry, Qolonel A. C. Ilbskoll.
f(eas'rer, Captain W. K. Bach,
Tbh tport of the Committee was
the( hlumqualy adopted.
Odi ~Otlon, the Seoretarles of the
Conven~o~ *ehe atuthorised to have
one thgi 40 cpes of ftie Constitu
od aR$ mong the Dis-.
trib aaolMii. Adopted.
Geral Connier stated~ that the
Char14ton Distriet Assoolation would
bear the expense of printing the
Oa motion of Colonel MoMaster, it
Respioed, That the Executtive Comt
mittee be instructed to assess the Dis
trict Asse~iations a sumi not less 'than
fifr dollars each for tho purpose of
d fraying the current expenses of the
yefAaad tQat the Sooretary be in.
troetonotify themi of the faot.
0daotiton, the presiding oflcer of
thiSrventhig was requosted to ap
point ieo Rxecutlye Committee. The
foltb'Itig spointment was then miade,
EMeiie, Q6mmrn e.--.Col. Ed ward
MoCrady, Co1. W. N. Weallace, Gen.
E. Capers, .Col. J. HL. RiUn, General
Janmes Co or, - Cot. C. J. Walker,
COdi"J; Mc 2ntoh'eon.
Mijor Barker stated that he had
of the Widow's JImie to make an sip.
peal in bal,*lf u the instit ution, and
h pged ujon ,the delegates to do
all in their power to aid tji6. wgrthy
01r. Be'kley Wilhi. seconded the
appeal ina few feeling retnarks; ,an1d
iroved that a list be of ened for sub
scription to the Widon 's 1 lowtie.
Msjor Barker stated that his olject
was not to appeal to the individual
members of the Convention, where
upon, the motion was witidrawn.
''ho appeal was t ably aid cle.
qucntly seconded i. n. C(nner,
Gen. Jno. Bratton, '0.' 1';na.,
Gen. lUratton renewd the :h. 'tion to
open a subscription list, ad ti., mo
tion, after somo disemr lion, was :.d
upon the table.
General Conner introduced the fol
Resolved, That this Convention car
d illy recommend the Confederate
Widow's Ilome, of the City of Charies
ton, to the favorable attention of the
Survivors' Associations throughout
the State, and that the member s now
in attendance pledge thetnsoves on
their toturn to their homes to use
their best efforts to obtain contribu
tions to so noble a charity. Adopted.
The following resolution, introduc
od by Mr. Wm. Elliott, was also
Resolved, That the thanks of this
Convention be tenderol to the Survi
vors' Association of Charleston Dis
trict for their zealous and successful
efforts in behalf of the cause wlioh
has to-day called us together.
In the evening the members of the
Convention were entertained w ilt a
supper at the Mlills I louse. The Stiur
vivors' Association of Charleston,.with
their invited guests, to the number o'
about two hundred, did full justice to
a bounteos collation, prepared by
mine host Parker, in his host style.
After the removal of the cl'h,
Colonel MeCrady, the Chairman of
the meeting, in an eloquent speech,
extended a welcome to the guests of
the Association, and in obedience to a
general call General Ker.,haw replied
in a few appropriate retnal ks.
.'jTle first toast of the evening, '"Old
South Carolina," was responded to by
Major T. (. Barker and lion. Jas. B.
Mr. (loo. Bryan proposed the next
toast, "Robt. E. Leo," which was ably
and eloquently responded to by Mr.
F. W. McMaster, of Columbia.
TIhe next t mast, "Wzado Hampton,"
had the eff.ut of bringing the entire
company to their feet with three rons
ing cheers. Major Barker was called
upon and Iosponaded with a glowing
tribute to that dir'tinguished soldier.
Colonel Rutledge next gave "The
Memory of our Departed Comrades,
:I in' ".91r ;er..tc Dead," alluding in
t mehl.ain; tinrs to their patriotism aunl
devotion to country. The toast was
drunk standing and in silence.
Colonel P. C. Gaillard proposed
"The Army of Northern V irginia,"
and the toast was' received with a real
good rebel hurrah.
Col. Wim. Wallace made an elo
quent response to the toast.
By (ton. Conneir-"T'hre Army of
the West." Responded to by Capt.
By (Col. K. Davis--"Sumter." Rie
spondued to by Col. Alfred Rhett.
By Capt. F. W. D~awsorr-"The
Women of tho Wa.
And so the evening wais passed in a
pleasanrt r'eunion, and amid thre romi
nriseoneos of the cairpaigns of tho late
South Carolina li'ine Association.
A meeting of tho South Carolina
Monurment Association was held on
Saturday, the 20th inst., at tihe Wash.
iingt.n Street Chapel, Columrbia . Mis.
Howe, ot' Richiland, was requested to
preside. The constitution was adopt
eod and the following officers unani.
muously eleoted z President.-iMs. Li.
C. McCord. Vice-Prosident--Mrs.
', illiamn Wallace. Treastirer and
Charirman of Finance Oommite
Mrs. J. L. Reynolds. Corresponding
Scretary--Mrs. J. T. Darby. 1Re.
coirding 8eorett'y-Miss I.DI. Martin.
Board of Managers; Mrs. John Sini
gleton, Mre, O~ Haskell, Mrs. John
lPreston, Jr., Mrs, D. Inger, Miss La
Borde, Mrs. A. Snowdon, Mr's. .Jolhn
MoKenuie, Mrs. 3'. N.-Wlhitner, Mrs.
nanco. Commit tee-Mrs. Li. Howe,
Mrs. 8. Fair, Mrs. J. Fisher, Mrs. J.
WVatics, Miss Hanmpton, Miss WVade.
Committees were appointed for
each County to collect subscriptions,
enrroll members, and to maage the
business of the Association through
out tlho State.
Theli price of mncmbership of thre
Assooiation was fixed at twentty-fivo
cents per annum, but subscriptions of
any amount will be gladly roeived.
Resolutions of thanks were moved
and adopte'd; to the gentlomon~ whoe so
kindly assisted in framing the oonati
tuition of the Association ;to the con-'
grogatlion of thre Washington Street
Churcht, for the use of their chapel,
and to tire /%hanjix and Southrern Pre'~s
Ieierian ofiicos, for gratuitous print.
- A resolution gas then adopted,
oleoting the followIng honorary m6mn
befur Mrs. Wade ltamnpton, !'Ir..' )t.
HI. Aide'raon, Mrs. J. B. I ershraw,
Mr's. '3. 0o6nor, Mts. James C heant,
Mrs. 3'.8. Prestong Mrs. M~ C. Bnt
ler, Mrs. .Johnrsoim Hagood, birs..
Jenkina,; fra'. A. Matni l6.
John jat n, gjp. La~P N
8. ~oa n, hi. 8o ntr
Mrs J 4 I es9 g, rn.
Committee for Riobland County, to
reo'eive subaoriptions dor thre South
Carolina Monument.' a>s MoFlo,
Chairman ; Miss Martha Stark., Mrs.
0. HI. Mlot, Mrs. MoMaster, Miss ,El
mroreMra.8 1onad, M.. ri af
Bryeo, Mis J. Wade, Mrs. J. P.
Ad ams, Mlrs. Kirisier, M rs. Kilan.
Those ladies are alone authoriifd to
receive' tubseriptions in lichiland
Coun ty, and will send t hoir colleotions
to the Treasurer of the Association,
through t he Chaia man of the : Oom
mit ten. Subcriptions will be prompt.
ly acknowledged but will not bo pub.
News from the State Capital.
h'lhe codo of praotico prosentbd by
Whipper, Montgomery and Corbin
was rul'eried to the J dici ii v Coum
muittee. A 1 e-olulon to give the ein
gi ossiig to the S.;i.etary of S:ate was
A motion was adop'ed that the
stanillug 0011 iitl e(3 romnin ai or
g..nizedl at the last s(."i.. n.
The IIouse wa s Balled to order by
Speaker Moses. andit a pIrer offei rod
by Adams, (.coI. red.)
NInety itiiembcr Were pIr-ett.
Speaker l o.<s .sized this o; portuI
uity to unburden himself of a long
and bomb:stio ,idres. le coan.
menced with soni:e lachirynore allu
hi(.lns to the legi,l.ators who had died
since tho last, 'c. i-m. After ..ad mit
tV .o'egl'e 'l 4ti fao',: lini2thmo
.ls ia ap'[' titi-;im uLtel~y destit.tt of
boli a.i9 wiedtoc', :loj)eihi& 1 vfd F- aoi.
ty, 'ieo mogInanimdu ly l . itut (d to
Providence the legiislative triumphs
which had been achieved. lie point
ed out what ho considered had been
the wondrous ad vancemnent of the
State since the day of ematcipat ion,
and, after declaring that his'o.-y could
show no parallel to the great social
and politic. 1 revolution which h:ol
been wrought, he compared the en
franuhiselelnt of the blacks to the
deliverance of the children of Isreal
from Egytian bondage, modetly leav
ing, themt to infer who had really been
and who deserved to be recognliized as
their ---- Moses. After a passing
pulf to Governor Scott, (wham Speak
er Moscs piously hopes to succeed in
the gubernatorial chair,) he proceeded
to vindicate at some length the man
ner in which the Stato finances had
been nanaged, inid wonl u;, by comi
plimentirg by naue, an([ in very ful
some style, the Secretary of State, the
Auditor, the S!lperilntendent of Edu
cation, the Attorney (ierrll, and
(not unmindf'ul of the mammon of
tin righteousness,) the Cormptroller
General and irc csurer Parker. To
make the burlesquie eompleie,he grave
ly told theu in conchusion: "Schenea
of doubtful, and pierhaps utneces:iary
expenditure may be urged upon ypnu
hut I trust that, il such %% ill neet an
unyielding barrier inl your high sense
of duty, in your lonesty of purpose,
and in your unswerving fidelity to
.oInau. A. Sullivan and L P. (Guf.
fin, of Abbeville; James it. Ifagood,
(Dmu.)j of Piockens; W. W. R1 1u8y,
(colored) of Sumter ; J. C. Ileatty,
()om.) of Ilorry ; William Adamson,
(colored) of Ker haw, and James A.
IBowley, (colored) of Georgetown, ap
ie.uevd, took f.he oath and their seats.
J. II. Jonks, S. J. Lo, (colored,)
and Grilnith .L.hnson, (colored,) were
appointed a eammittee to wait on the
Governor. The unfinishled businiess of
the last session was re.'orred to tihe
J. iI. ].Ferriter, of Sumter, gave no
tieo that to-marrow he would offer a
bill to regulate the sale of cotton.
The bill provides for a a mmissioner
for eaceh county', with an office at the
county sont, and all cotton purchased
tsha~ll be weighed by him or his depu
ties:t a register to be kept of the sel
ler and purehasor. TPhe person soll
Hng or buyi3ing cotton not parsed
through the hands oif thme commn~ission
er to) be subject to ia flne of $500 or
one year's imupaiIsonent in the peut
DeIarge gave notice that lie would
shortly introduce a bill to aeopeal the
The new code of pracetice was pre
sented and referred to the Judiciary
Tlwo divorce cases on the calendar
were made the special order for Fri
day. The reeout ion to give the en
grossing to the Scretary of State was
The House then adjourned.
Thle Supremhe Court met this morn
ing, Judges Willard and Moses being
present, and adjourited until 5 P. M.,
whleti cornmmenced the argument in the
Averil1 flour inspeetorship qaso.
George WV. Addison has been ap
pointed a magi,rate for Charleston
At two o'clock the eommittees from
both houses callod on the Governor,
who informed thiem that the message
wvould be road at tweolvo o'lc to
The Laibor Convention meets at Jan
ney's Hall at 4 P. M. to-morrow.-.
About half of' the delogatesare momna
bora of the Legislature.
A row ocoum red in Abbevillo on
Saturday at a gathering of negroes
who wore addressed by Jludge - Ioge.
Ho recommended that thme laborers
should take not less than half the crop.
(Gothiran, Demnoorat, asked hinm what.
thle negroes would taike in money.
lioge replied that negro meant "dirty
dog," amnd there was none there. Cuth
ran thou desired to kno v what would
(lie colored persons take. Th'le negroes
becamie turbulent at thi4 and Cothran
left.,- but the negroes putAmied and
caught him outside of town,andcdraig
god him out of hIs buggy and carried
him tprison1,.guarded ;y 40 ibe
groos wd" Winhestftile ni
night. Cothran wasn then roilda ed od
$2.000 ball, atnd no ghaged prptored.
Tho'~ negros. wanted, , to eI1 lim,
a. laig that he iiad ,wn a~pjhtol and
throatemeed to kill foge.~ 'The latter
is now in Columbia.
8KNATP.,24TH ?OVEB IR.
$oniitor Lesli rep W t '1'ta
on bill to'aid Spartauburg & Unic
'tailroad, ou the ground that the ore<
it ot'tho State demands a refusal c
aid to any railroad rehene 'hateve
Adopted by vote of twenty-one 1
Mr. Leslie asked it recorded upo
the Senate Journal and in every new
paper that the only Senator who voit
for endorsing railroad bonds by ti
Legislature is a genuine Democrat.
A Bill was introduced to give tit
of the Club House property to tli
United States. Notice of Ill, to r
organizo Circuit Court ; to amer
\l ilitin act ; to amend the charter
the Charlot te, Columbia and Auguo
Railrond ; to establish free schools;
inctrporute the Provident Mutu
Life A&s'urance Company ; to ine ot P
inte the CIa llin University and Ed i.,
Notice was given of hills to incorp
rato the Comet Star Light Infaitr;
to repeal the act changing the coun
reat of J3arnwoll county to amend t
charter of Sumter ; to fix the tin
and plcee of court sales.
Joint resolutions were ofl'ured a
thorizing pay ment of teachers, and i
rooting the County Coin tissionurs
report upon State lands in Charleoto
A resolution raising Committeec
Labor was adopted.
Stato of South (arolila-Chest(
Chaney D. Yongue, Adm'x, vs. John
Yongue, et. at
I Y virtue of a deeretal order in the abo
stated Cabo, directed to me, I will oil
at public sale before tho Court House do
in Winnsboro, .1. C., on NIoniav, the G!
day of December next. the folIlowing de
cribed hands, belonging to the e:-tate of 1
late Henry W. Vungie, dee'd, to wit
Situated on the Charlotte. Columbia
August ltailroad, nand waters of Water
Creek, boundeil by lands of estate of Dav
aillard, J. F. Cameron, iBonj. Corder,
Also, 105 Acres,
Situated on Iho waters of Dumper
t're'k. bounded by lanmds of I. 0. Camero
.1. 1. Cameron, Mirs. E. Stirling and Bet
Also, the revisionary interest of the u
dow Chaney D. Yonguc in
Assigned to her for her dower, sittiate
on the charlotte, Columbia & Augusta Rn
rioad, and watersof WatereCreek, boundt
by lands of alrs. E. Stirling, M. J. and d
6. Yongue tad estate of Henry W. Yongu
Terma-The above lands will be sold c
the following terms: The purchseirs to p:
ip on the i day of sale, sutlicient to satis
costs -f suit nntd give bond with good see
rity and a mortgage of the premises. on
credlit of one and two years, to secure ti
payment of the balance of the purcha
otoncy, and pay for alt necessary pnpoi
&o. .1OIIN. W. WALKER,
S. C. C.
Shoriff's Oflice, Chester. S. C.. Oct. 8
186J. nov 8-x5
Sale of' Lands.
William M. Osborne1 In the Common
vs. Il'le t Equity sidi
Willam Itamillon I County of Fairfieli
and wife and others. J Bill for Partition.
IN pursuance of an Order of Court ma
in the above case I will oifer for sa
at publlic outcry to the highest bidder,
lhe Court hlouse In Winnsbor o, on the tii
Men lay in Decemiber next, the tract of lai
doscribed in the Bill in this ease, belongia
to the estate of William Odborne, decon
contaitning 2)2( acres, mlore or less. lyia
and situnato in the Count y of le'airflehd, ao
adjoining lanids t.f William J. Clowney, 1.
Tr. J. Lyles, the estate of William 8. Lylb
T8Rnsa or' SALS :---Cash sufficient to pi
the coas, fees, and axpenises of suit na
sale. which will he reqi~tired on t he day
sale andl for the balance, a credit of o
and two years, equal lnst alments, with Ii
1 crest from dasy ot'Sale, payale i annutally.
The putrchaset to givo bond, with Ia
goodl sutreties, and a miortgago of the pre
iseu, and pay for all necessray papers nti
L. WV. DUVALL., 8, F. C.
Winnsboro, 12th Nov. 18i,.
nov 14 ths2
Sa!z of Lands.
Sand. B. Clowney 1 In the Commtion Plea
C. C. P., Equity side,
vs. Coutnty of Fairfield
Elixa J. Gladntey IBill far foreclosurte
and others, J Statutorynmorgage,&
IN ptursuantce of an Order of Court tma
int the above ease 1 will offer for sale
public out-.cry to the highest bidder, at tIl
Court Iltause In Winnsboro, on the first Mo0
day in' lPocember next, the tract. of lea
described in the Bill in thlis ease, containii
194 aeres, lying and sittuatoein the County
Fairfield, atnd bounded by lands of .\lrs. El
zabeth Ferrel, James P. Macfie, the estate
Elisha Ragadale, and others.
TsRNs or SALtE :--Cash sufliciont to pa
the costs, feal and expenses of suit at
sale, which will be required on the day
sale: and for the balance, a cretdit of 0
year, whht interest frotm the day of sal
'I lie pturobaser to give bond with good at
stillocient, sureties, and a tmortgago of I
premises, and pay for all necessary pape
andilrevenu6 stamps. L. WV. DUiVALL,
Sheriti's Office, S. F. C.
Winnsboro, S. C., Nov. 12, 1809.
UND)ER DECREE* IN EQUITY
Rt. C. Ilaftin, Ex'or, vs. George Leitner,
al --Bill to Foreeloso Mortgage.
I)UR8UJANT to an order of sale made
li lie Abovo slatedi cause, will sell at pu
slet aoIon to the hIghest bidder before
Court flouse door, In Witnnsboro, en
first Mondny in Deeamber next, the mm
gaged premises deseribed in the' pleadin
in tis cause, containing
1200 Acres, More or less.
Situate in Pairfield County anid State
Teres o/ Bal.-One-third of the purcha
of miney, sudi the costs, of Bult- and expe
es of. sale to be. paid in ashl .mn J4ay
cabi, The balance on a credit of on. al
two yearc In equal annual instalments, cot
putinag from day of sale, with Interest frc
date, to be seutred by bond and ged pt
canal security, and.a mtortgage of premisti
Pmurohaaos a to pay fortapews and sltmps,
C lerk's O~eMlh-Nov. -18O9.
nov 1fi-f lx
d 'it ,
. an s u ' 4,
The "(YAJOLLVYA FR'i'ILTZE'R," is man
oand is pronounedr by various cemnists, one of
r Peruvian Gnano in its Fertilizing Properties.
int land and sea anialals, and possess qualit
st. We annex the analysis of Proftessor Shel
L. "LABORATORY OF THE MEDIE
Analysis of a sample of Carolina Fertilizer,
ye Moisture expelled at 2120 F,
er Organic Matter, with sono water of combina
or Fixed Ingredients,
It A nfioo ia,
s. Phosporie Acid-Soluble, 6.516 Equn
t lstlhble, 6.17 E. u
Sutll h-tri Ac'd, 11.01 E~qu
Sulphate of Pot ash,
&' Sulphato of Soda,
Id On ilh strengths of these results I ant glad
't. nao "ertilizer,
We n ill furnish this excellent FR TILIZ/
, County Auditor's Office.
J. FaturinLn, 3d November 1860.
j. f- il; County Board of Equalization for
Fairfield County will meet at. the Audi.
tor's office in Fairfield County, on the sco
ond Monday in December pext, "said Board
shall have the power to hoar complaints.
!- and to equalize the valuaton of all real and
personal property, moneys and credit a with
d1in the County," under certai;: provisions.
J. S. STEIWART,
, nov 4-f4x1 County Au;ditor
n A No. 1 Cotton and Grain Planta
' tiou for Salo.
Dr. John R. Cook In the Common
n and wife, Pes;Eut ie
le v?.County of Fairfield.
Lucy A. Mobly,
Dr. itoht. A Btchan- B1111
an and wife, for
and others. Partition.
IN pursuance of an Order of Court made
in the above ease I will offer fur sale at
public out-cry to the highest bidder, at the
t'ourt. House in Winnsboro, on the first
Mlonday in December next, that highly vn.
uablo plantation or tract of land, lately the
property of Osmund Woodward, deceased,
and known as I he "John I. Harrison place,"
Ie containing 848 acres, more or less, lying
le and situate in the l'unty nnd State afore
at said, neatr '"Simpson's Turn. C ut," an d abut
st si "'iles from thne Tiownt of Winnshoro ; and
ad bottanded by lands of Ma.. Mar tha W~'ood
gwardl, Mtrs. Ondsdena, Col. Johnn L. hilack.
(d Osaiund 4,. Jotnes, tnud ot hers.
Taaaor Sal.nr.:-Cash sniicnt to puy
ad thec costs, fees, and expeanses of sutit atad
r. sale, whlicha wilt Ito required on tihe da my of
saad for the balando, a (iredit ot 0on4
and two years, equal annual inastalmntt s,
witItht cntrest from thle day of sale, pnynblle
n nnually. Tlhe putrchaser to give honid
fwithI at least two auhproved sureliehs and a
nimortgage of the premni~wes, and pay for all
n iecessary papters amti revennet stanmps.
l'urchaasor not ent4itledl to thla possession
.utthe properiy unit :'Jannatry I, 187t).
Winnsb'oro, 8. C , 12t hi Nov. 1860l.
(Goodl Landts for Sale.
* William B. For'd, ) it the Common Pleas;
vs I iEquity si le,
JTohn L.. Ford, F. County ofi Faittield.
i iley N. Ford [ lill for
and others.. J Peiatiion.
of [N ptursuance of an Order of the Coinri
0- 1 madie in the ahove stated case I will otler
lofor sale at public out -ory, to thge highiest
b~idder, at the Coutrt liontso in Witnsboro,
on the first Monday in D~ecemnber next, the
DOseveral tr'acts of landl described int the Bill
in thscso, lately the property of M. A. M.
Leggo, dleceased, all lying in thte County of
gFairtleld, namely :
o1. The tract, known as thne "Wateree
*Placo,""oontaininst 858 aores. lyIng on we
tors of Watlereo Creek, and buounded by
lands of C. D. Ford, James R. Aiken, John
YWilson, the estate of John.C. Roseborough,
If2, The tract, knowun as the "Coleman
0Place," contalning 50 aores, adjoining the
'4 "Waterso Plaeo," Mrs. Sarah Jones, John
ad Wilson ad ot hers.
DO8. The tract known as thte "Cedar Crook
vs Place," contaning 290 acres, and boutndod
by lands now or lately belonging to Johnt
II ellis, James B., Coleman, Jamecs Kees,
William Mo4uarters, the estate of Dr. John
P. ThlomaLe nd others.
4, Thec tract known as theo "Robinson
place," containing 11l acres, and bounded
by lands of William Mc1Quarters, the eateo
of Saamuel Robinson, land. lately belonging
to James MoQuiarters, and other.
These st~everal tracts of land -will be sold
nnforeparato parcels as above designated.
' Tanks or SALK :--Cash sufliolent to pay
to the costs, fees, and expenses of suit .And
DO sale;' and for' the balance,. a credit of one,
'two and'thxree years, in hreet eqnal annual
Ie instalmenlO, with inter $I from tito day of
,sale, payable annunally. -'The purobasers to
give bond with good sureties, and a moert.
gage of thle promisos, And pay f'or all neoos
f mary pdpers anid revegnue stamps.
L. W. 1UVAL,, 8. F. 0.
me Sheriff's 001ce,'
s. Winnsboro, S. 0.,12th NoV.1880.
of no? 18dt2x8. .
Cj.4ISS M. T .OAILLARD wIll
s. ev instruollons 4in Mg
ale on the Piano.'
For terms, &oa, apply at hinr residenc
or to W. M.-Vwlgka. -
le from the Phosphates of South Carolina,
(lie best lanures known, only inferior to
These Phosphates are the remnains of ex
es of the greatest value to the agricultur
,AL COLLEOH OF SOUTHi CAlOLIN.\.
ion expelled at a low red heat, 16,60
valent to 11.27 8oluble Phosphate ot, rimc
ivalent to 13.18 insoluble (b ne).
21.75 l'hoslphate of Lime.
valent to 233.05 Sulphate of Limo.
to certify to the superiority of the ('aroli
C. U. SIIEPAtID, Jr.
I to Planters and others at $00 per ton of
(O0. W. WILLIAMS & CO..
Sale of Valu.able Property.
Ln the Common Pleas ; Equity side, South
Carolina, Fairtield County.
Dr. John It Cook Bill for
and wife, sale of real estate.
vs. Char~go of
D)aniel V. llootan Investments,
and wife and others. &u.
N pursuance of an Order of Court made
. in the above ease I will offer 'for
sale at publio out-cry to h.j highest bidder,
it the Court Itouse in Winnsboro. on the
first Monday in December next, all that
valuable real estate described in the Bill in
his case, and lately the property of Os
nuid Woodward, deceased, consisting of
he following tracts and lots of land, wit Ii
he improvements thereon, namely:
1. The tra.-t known as the '-l)tchnan's
.reek Place," containing 438. acres, lying
n the State and County aforesaid, on waters
af Dilclhmat's Creck, and adjoining lands
if Strothor Tidwell, lands lately belonging
o the estates of N. A. Peny, dreceased, and
lohn Ilarrison, deceased, and others.
2. The tract known as the "Reeves or
?iny Woods Place," containing 126, acres,
noro or les+, lying on waters of Sawney's
reek, in the County and Stale atoresaid,
rid adjoining lands of .l)r. It. IH. 1Edmunds,
LReubon D. "loulware nr.d others. This
ract will be divided and sold in two sopa
-ate tracts of about equal sizes.
3. A lot ot land sittaio in the Town of
b''iinsboro, adjoining lots of Mrs. C. Latdd,
rDr. William IX. Aiken, Mrvs Regina Gads
len, and fronting on Congress Streit, 6)5
'eot, more or loss, beCing a pairt of the lot
nown as thc [heinonl lot.'"
4. A lot of land situate in the Town of
'iintisboro, b~ounided b~y lots nowy or lately
uelonging to Siding Wolfo, and the Chaer
ottoe, Columblii & Aulguistai Railroad Comi
mnry ;and (ronting on Coingress Street 410
i'et, morett or less. Ona this~ lot, is a first -
ate brick stoic house btuilt since the close
>f the wiar.
Tsua~ts ot Sa.six a F'oiu.ows :--Cashsut6l.
ient to pay't the ;osts, feas, and expenses of'
niti and rtle, which will be reiquired orn the
liy ot' male ; for thie balance, a credit of one
md two yeairs, pnyaible in equnal an nual In
almerits, w ith Iint erest theIireon fromn
lie day of sale, payabtle annually. P'ur
:l.nsers will beo reqjiurd toi give bond withI
it least Iwo allpproved stureies, and1( a ineort.
:agc of t ho prm(iiises, andl pa~y for all neces
ary palpers andic revenue stamps.
Pr'hasers of the "Dutolhman's Crook
'lace"' and the lot. with the store house on
t in Winnmsboro, will not be entit led to tho
>i.cession thereof unttil lat of January.
8'l). L. W. DUVA LL. 8. F. C.
htinnshoro, 8. C., 12th Nov. 18t00.
FRESH GOODS !
W E Bare now receiving ono of.t he most
ff'ered in this market. SOKS'ec
KentneLky Jeans, Twoeds, Cassimondg,
Broad Cloths, Black and Blrownl Homesptins,
.,heekedi and'Striped tiHomespuns, 8.4, 7..8
11nd 4.4 LInseys, Red, White,- Opera and
shirting Flannels, an extensivo etoek ,of
Jalicocs, Delalnes, Coloreal and Black Al
p~acose, Striped and Figured PolIn.,
00otel1 PlaIds and othier Press Goods, Shawis
nl endless varIety, Cloaks of every descrlp.
2000 Pairs Ladlos' Me s and Chlldreos'
8oots and Shoes.
Qf overy style andiqquality,
14o botltor assortment of Clothing has ever'
een off'ered in tbia rfarkt . a'. wo $n ejd
*o mnake this out. of otfsd ilnie -
As tvaual out' priced sa hob ke'pt aea
nith the lowest in ColumbIa andic Charles
on. GIve us~a call. Goods shown with
>leasuire. LADD DUtOS. & Co.
You wIll Dedl rore geooda And,bottertime
text year. Pay u rnip
sept 22 Ptit CO. n
Es lY. PENDLETON'S
C OM POU ND,
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We ' have forned a Copartnership
for tho purpose of making the above
gamed FERTILLZER, and are n
prepared to fill orders with whleh we
inay be favored.
This COMPOUND surpasses in pro
luotion, 87 different Fertilisers, used
mn an experimental plat of land, and
we feel well assured in saying that all
will be pleased, who may give it a
PEN DLETON & DOZIER,
or 10 ?rX. PENIDLETON,
nov 18-.3mos -