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PAIS, February 10.-The city is I
quiet, Flaurens, it is reported, has
fled to Belgium. The ball at the
Tuilleries, last night, was postponed
on account of the disorders. The
'vigilance of the Government is una
LoNDoN, February 10.-The Eng
lish Government has declined to prom.
ise a reduction of tobacco duties.
IIAVANA, February 12.-Vlder
w'TdU M-d4edon-Sunday from re
vii A1,Wo Apoliti'al Miotives.,
The agrooment of the merchants to
fix sugar taro at 15 per cent. is dis.
LONDON, February 12.-W. Cooke,
Jr., beat John Roberts, the English
champion, 117 in 1,200 points for
championship and a heavy stake.
PAnis, February 12.-Thirty-five
rioters were arrested yesterday, all of
whom were armed. Arrests continue.
WASIlNGTON, Feb. 8.-Internal
revenue receipts $250,000.
A. number of Treasury cotton cases
from the Court of Claims were taken
up for argument in the Supreme
Court this afternoon. These cases
were brought up under the captured
and abandoned property Act of 1863,
and involve various questions of fact
besides the question of dite of the
close the rebellion.
The opposition to Bradley is strong. t
The opp9sition is in favor of w Judge t
from the Suth.'
The Eleotion Committee have con
sidered the ease of Segar, Congress
man at laree from Virginia, and will
vote on Friday. The consideration
of contested elections is postponed
until the House acts on the new sys- t
tem of trying by a jury drawn from
the House by ballot.
T lie Reconstruction Committee re
ported a bill for general relief by ap
plication through the Courts, and an
other relievirg some three thousand
Iowa's ratification of the fifteenth
amendment was reported to the Sen
The Ways and Means Committee
favor three per cent. on incomes and
the exemption of $2,000 on salaries.
The Committee on Foreign Affairs f
reported in favor of Sickles' confirma
tion as Minister to Spain.
Resolutions from the Massachusetts r
Legislature favoring the payment of t
French spoliations were presented.
A pepolution considering Indian t
treaties inipen Aesoion was passed.
Il the' Hous e-the franking privilege' i
and contingent questions were discuss
ed at great length. c
WASHINGTON, February 10.-Wil- c
son, of Massachusetts, several other e
New Englanders and three Southern
Senators will vote for Bradley. His I
confirmation is becoming more proba- v
ble. There is no p.resent doubt of r
S P. M.-The House is discussing f
the Fonian prisoners. The Ways and
Means Committee heard the whiskey t
delegation in favor of extending the i
time for bond ; representing that 13,
000,000 gallons are now in bond, and
will not be ready for market under
three years. and that the present pay
meat of the tax would involve many 1
holders. Thtis view of thte argumtents
setmed to impress the committee fa
In the House, Mr. Recta, of Ar-.
kana, introduced a bill to encour
age the establishment of a line of
steamers to European ports and to
ports of India, China and Japan, and
to promote emigration to the South
ern States; which was referred to-the
Special Committee on the Cause of]
Decline of American Commerce and
in the Senate, many petrtions, were
presented for removal of disabilities.
A bill was introduced, withholding
grants from any agricultural collegec
which makes distinctions on account
The P'resident is quoted as saying
that the report of an interview be
tween himself and the rsrdical Geor
gi 5i t is roe t i'sotne 'respOus
The President c onsiders that the .r
quaeti'n df th - enktrsbd gt
Congress. o''bhi~ t
* ions hteretofore published, pyovid es
thaP Is the en'd4Wl1 'df~ Ndi itles shell' i
not effect property lost,. captmred or
* destroyed by thte army of thd 'Unitad9
tae.There isalso amriendmnents i
te benefits of the bill.t
* Wxaumatdi,M~1ebwafy' 1N.-Thie
Judiciary Committee discussed Geor..
gibffairv4eh' I bIteffI~ ie arb' ~iY i
ter ending with Decemtber lagt sh qg
resefs'f ~arf' $11ti,50,000O;
Manfaturrsofsteel tools ,pil
I ion against the increase of dpt. on
raw stoeUlP''M ), :'~'
* More6 petitign9. for the increase of
duty on gppgsne
* Ito iiW revenue receipts over
The House Committootoff.4hiergt
q Affairs considers Cuba next week.
The gold panic investigation has
elosed. The report will cover several
hundred printed pages,
Mr. Gibson, attorney for Governor I
Bullock and his delegation, read his
argument to-day, the main point en
docavored to be made being that 11111l
was elected Senator by illegal votes. -
The difference between the Bullock I
and Bryant factions seems to be that I
Bullock wants all former legislation
tabooed, while Bryant wants it
recognized up to the expulsion of the a
negroes at least, and favors the validi. a
ty of all aets of thie Legisatumro e
Bryant and Caldwell presented print- .
ure is illegal, and asked Congress for
In the Ihouse, Judd introduced a
All to construe section 4 of the Act
)f March 31, 1868, exempting certain
nanufactures from internal revenue
aV, so as not to treat as manufaotur
irs hog packers, lard venders, or per
ono eugagod in saving hams 6r ean
iIng meats, or in the provisions
rade, and to refund such taxes al
'ady collected. Cox hoped the bill
Yould be reported and-passed with
>ut delay, as it offected the whole pro
rision business of the United States.
Pihe bill was referred to the Commit
ce on Ways and Means.
NAsIvIr.Lr, Feb. 8.-No freights
or points beyond Chattanooga receiv
d by the Nashvillo and Chattanooga
-oad, owing to the blachade at Chat
TRtENTON, N. J., February 8.-The
Senato rejected the fiftoenth amend
nent by a vote of 13 to 8.
The Legislaturo adopted resolutions
equosting the d-ongreEsional delega
ion to urge the recognition of Cuba.
ST. Louis, February 8.-Mrs. Ame
ia Hobbs has been elected a Justice
of the Peace for Jersey County.
MOBILE, February 8.--Thc Grand
odge of I. 0. 0. F., of Alabama,
not last evening. There is a full
atendance, especially from abroad.
rhe Lodge will be in session about
wo Weeks. A ball will be given at
he Battle House to-morrow night by
he Odd Fellows.
GALVESTON, February 8.-Leroy
)otton was to-day convicted of the
uurder of Major Lochman last April,
nd sentenced to be hung on the eighth
f April next.
The Legislature convened at Aus
in to-day. Much interest is manifest
A in the result of the Senatorial
lection. Hamilton and Reynolds
.o believed to be the strongest candi
NEW YORIC, Feb. 10.-The steamer
klaska Is arrived, bringing $300,.
100 in treasure. Nicaragua advices
oport the coffee crop an entire fail
N.:w ORDEANs, Feb. 10.-The cot
on factories of Keplingens & Collins
?ere burned to-day ; loss $100,000.
iharles Merrifield perished in the
Two policemen were dangerously
hot b a negro to-night; one police
lan tYen shot and seriously wounded
Private dispatches report the des
ruetion of the business portion of
he town of Port Gibson, Mississippi,
noluding the post office and hotel.
Nnw YORK, February 12.-Fizen's
hemical works exploded to-day.
leveral were hurt. No cause assign
d as yet for the accident.
RICumoNo, February 12. - The
louse adopted, with few dissenting
otes, a resolution deolaring that it is
ot expedi3nt to elect any person to
ny office who is disqualified by the
ourteenth amendment. This resolu.
ion is in answer to a suggestion con
ained in the Governor's message,
hat if, in view of the scarcity of
ompetent person.e, the Legislature
hould eloctsome who are disqualified,
t should accompany the election with
.resolution asking Congress to remove
SAVANNAIn, February 12.-Soon.
r Althea Franklin reports that two
oys lost off Sapelo Island in the gale
f the 8th were picked up in latitude
1.36, longitude 80.l0,by bark, bound
NEW YORK, Feb. 12, 10 P. M.
Jotton a shade easier, with sales of
,200 bales, at 25k. Gold 19$.
CHnaIMmimSTON, February 1 2.-Cotton
guiet, with sales of 400 bales-mid
Ilings.24j ; receipts 846.
Lrrvzlarboa, February 12.--Cotton
'losed steady-u plands l.t ; Orleans
h1l. ; sales 10,000 bal es.
DBsnRssING CAUA TY.-W learn
hat the residence of Mrm. Gaim, in
he vicinity of Pleasant 11il1. Lancas
er, was destroyed by fire on Tuesday
serning last and that the youngest
hild of Mrs. 0. perished in the
Thre ]'anoaster .Led(ger' ohagces Gov.
oit with commuting to imprison
dent for life the sentence of A bram
ihambers, a colored man who was to
e hung for murdoring his little child
inder circumstanees of peculiar strooi
Tiblgs have cotno to such a pass in
few Orleens that the papers, s aim
ouncing amusements for the differ
ini evenings, print .such . notices as
hien "Th. egitimate to-night ; to
norrow night the illegitimate."
? eilhepreare onWednesday, 1611h
Iinst., to makoPhmotograhs, . Abo
ypeu. Perelain Plolinres, &c. We wIll
emil,. 40 a short time, and those swho
eslro plomures, should call ,at an early
InsnflrsNven In Photography. (l
ery l.ai WodwprdINt(9reIR0lil WIpe'r
nd Qo Uomressteet.
fob 1kEit' ' WHlELSl.
Inlted 8Stes Internal tevenue.
menced th e amos .asussnment of the
nternal Rlevente Tax for 1870, all persons
able Lo lnopme ts; fi 169 aQ l1g ogqw
uacessioth taxes all buujess, srde and
refesans su eot to soelal tax Thih
make th~, D rpot ly ths 6
nd avotit~ 'e " jgleeC
WINNsnono, February l5.-78bales of cot
ton were sold it% tih market during the
past woek at 2b(4281
mL;" O O't,l '1% tic e g
Latest Quotatiois of
(CIAIMRLESTON, S. C.,
aorreoted Weekly by A. 0. KAUFMAN,
.broker, o, 26 Broad St.
Febr aury 11th, 1870.
STATI .sOUiI L--SOtit 1i Carolint. old
-@82; do, ew.-0v743; do, registered
stock, ex int----@79.
RAINROAD STocKs--Charlot te, Columbia
and Augusta,--@5: Gr enville and Co
lumbia, 2; Northeastern, 7@8 ; Sa
vannalh and Charleston, 26; South Carolina,
(whole shares) 42; do, (half do) 221.
SOUTH CJAnOlINA DANK BILLS.
*afank or Ch arlesto , . -
*Iiank of Newberry, .- -
Bank of Camden, 4( .
Bank of Georgetown, -- 15
Bank of South Carolina, 100
1lank of Chester, 5) -
Bank of llamburg,
Bank of Stae of 8. C. prior to 1861, 65@
Bank of State of S. C. issue 1861
and 1862, log
*Pilanters' and Mochat,ics' Bank
Chtarle-st on, .-6-.
*Pcople's Bank of Charleston, -
*Union Bank of Charlehton, - -
Southwestern R R Bank, Charles.
Sonthwestern R R Dank. Charles
ton, (norw' . -- ~..
State Dank of-Charleston, 8(6
Farmers' and Exchange Bank of
E xchange Bank of Columbl'L, 10 -I
Commercial Bank of Columbia, 21 -
Merchant's Bank of Cheraw, 8@
Planters' Bank of Fairlield, 86- ..
Stato of S. C. Bills Receivable, par
City of Charleston Change Bill., par
Securities more In demand. Exchange
favoring buyers. Money easier. Bank
rates 1 .1 cent. a month on Stockcollater
ale. Outside rates arbitrary. Bank notes
*t4tlls marked thus (*) are being redeem
ed at the Bank Counters of each.
Irritablo Invali Is.
Indigestion not only effects the physical
health but the dispositions and tempers of
its victims. The dyspeptic becomes, too,
in a measure demoralited by his sufferings.
Ile is subject to fits of irritatiotn, sullen
ness, or despair, as the case may be, A
preternatural sensitiveness 4tlh he -can
not control, leads him to misconstrIe . the
words and aots of thoso around him, and
life intercou':se even with those ficarost and
dearest to him is not unfroquently. marked
by exhibitions of testiness foreign to his.
real nature. These are the mental phe.
nontena of the disease, for which the inva
lid cannot be justly held responsible, but
they occasioin much household discomfort.
It is to the interest of the hodne circle- it is
essential to fmily harmony as vell as to
the reseue of (tto principal sutierer from a
state not far removed from incipient insani
ty, that theso symptoms of mental distur
bance he promptly removed. Thiscan only
be dome by removing their physical cause,
a derangemen of functions of the stomach
and its allied viscera, the liver- and -the
bowels. Upoti these t brep impprietorgans.
lostetter's 8tomacfi Bters act sinultane
ouisly, producing a thorottgh and salutary
chiange in their condition, The vegetable
ingredients of which the proparation is
composed are of a renovating, regulating
and alternative oharacter and the stimulant
rhich leads activity to their remedial vir
tues is the purest and best that can be ex
it-acted ft-mn the most wholesomo of all
cereals, viz: sound rye. No dyspeptic can
take thi genial restorativ for n' sngle
week without expet-iencing a actable ttn
proven~ae.it in his geneoral healt h. Not, only
will his bodily sufferings abate from day to
day, butL his finind -will -.recover rapkdly
froat its restlessness and irrliabil4ily, and
thtis happy change will manifest, ibmnif in
his demeanor to all around him..
fob 2-Im . .
Testimonials from folgland, -
Srt,--Havitng suffered severely from
rteuttmatic pains l-tn ft-e hea~d and face, I was
induced, fronm what I heard oaid of it to
try Pmuny Davis' P'AtN Kirr.sit, from which
.1 sootn found relief. It is indeed a valuable
article.. I a m- y ours, &o.,.
WL AMEVArN8, (MIiner,)
This is to certify that I kitve been a sut.
ferer from Indigestion and violent Sick
ileudacho for urpwards of Soutr years. I,
htave consulted many of the Faculty, but
have derived no material benefit from any
souarc.), until I triedA PSant leaviS' PAIN
KILLLnn, which, I am~ happy to state, hta':
done nme more good than' al- Jewer' trh-dibe.
xENTsuEM:,-I havse much pleasure in
speakingeof the: greas efldney'nnm~usefutl
ness of your PAR-N Ktnatlf. Two years
ago I was sevei'ely aufilicted'- wthl a painful
iiternal disease, when a friend of hine,
-who~ had just returned from thie States,
gave me a smnall quilg yoh~Ats RIL*,r~a
which ha had brouih -ever wli t IW I
took It, as' directed, athe relief 'was im.
mediate, and so satisfied was I of Its value
as a naedicline, that Y sfnnciintely senv t*o
New York for htalf a doann 66ttles ;andl - I
am thankful to aniy, that it ha proved to
my family Lond friends'who- kri~vs n'ed lt of
inestiinjuble vale in - relieving almost allf
kinds of pa in and-suff'ering.
No, I Palil-all, M'anehtester.
SfemoAr, Novo.--To partIes in want of
Doors, Sashes and Blindr', wp refer to - the
advertiseent of. P. 'one, the- l'arge
mnanutftacturer of those goods in Chtarleston,
Price at furnished on applo-stton. - '
riiH Tax Books will. -be oposed on the
1 16tb d.iy of Relhruary, ,'870, for fte
collection of tazes fow t-heyear i860s
'h totai rate per centum' for State pur
po.de f, five mills, and the per centum for
Cotaty purposes is t wo and one halt mIlls.
If not paid before-tlie +4rat) h of-Aprl
next eIZtyerger j~laO4 o-the
O feb o ~x
FIour! Plou !
A LQTof lbyg jdseeiedundfby'sate
Kings n -~t
EAA VE York tili a, mas
BARGAINS! BARGAINS I
IN order to change inves'4rent we will sell
at reduced and popular price, from this
date Dry Goods, Shoes, Hardware and Oro
oeries, and we not only inIto inspection of
our goods, but a comparison with the Cheap
Goods offered for sae.
Flour, Lard and Bacon, and ou consign
ment a chdleo lot of C'ora, Buists Fresh
Garden Secds,Jut to hand.
TiIOMPSON & WOODWARID.
AM Agent for Whamn's Raw Bone Su.
perphosphato of Llme-highly recot
mended as a Fertillizer; It. look the first
prize at the Georgia State Fair.
feb 12 I. N. WITIERtS.
Fertilizers I Fertilizers I
I AVINO tcotred the Agency for Fair
field County for the following Fertili
Soluble Pacific Guano,
Bangh's Rlaw Bone Super-Phosphate,
Rhodes' Super Phosphato.
Compound Acid P hosphato of Limo, for
:onposting with cotton seed;
And ill's Arimonlated Bone Super.
I am now prepared to supply my friends
With any of the above as low as the same
.an be purchased in. any other mar
let with Freight and Drayage added. Call
kt my store and got ciroulars descriptive of
heir reepective merits.
JNO. II. CATHCART.
feb 1, 1870
2000 BV,1t Aa I.ryand prim.
80 Hlhds. Bacon.
160 Dbls. Flour.
2 Tierces Uassard Family Hares.
1600 lbs. Lord.
600 bush. Oats, (to arrive.)
1400 lbs. Plough Mo0es.
500 lbs. Plough 8teel.
g0 Kegs Belmont Cut-Nail'.,
100 Tons Wando Ferillizer.
10 Tona Peruvian Pertlilier.
26 hlbhs. Sugar assorted,
10 Bags Coffee, lifo, Java and
20 Dbls. Molasses and.,yrups.
feb 8 BAPOT & CO.
CHOICE lot ironey, Goden, Magno
lia and N. 0. Syrup and hMuscovado
I asses, Bacon sides, both clear and rib.
NO. 1, FAMILY PLOUR,
lio, Lngtayra and Gov't Uoffeo, C'rashed,
A. C. and C & C Yellow Sugar,
fi ne assortmnent of Chewi'ng Tobacco, Lard
n barrels and all sizo Caddies
Corn~ on conuignent, and three'hundred
Bushtels White Oats, by
D. It. FLElr*ll6EN.
jan 27 A'gant far Anbrey & Co.
Fruits and Confectionaries
1COMPLETE assortment of Freneh Can.
lies, fresht and nice,
soil, Shell Almoads, Walnuts, Pecan 1Nuts,
Lrasil Nuts,_&c., together witha a.oophe
ad full assortment of plain Candles, Fruits,
kto., afl reduo~ed prIces; Call sbot1 anti ge(
moch n your ,,eed, at
IlN610A8E your Crops an Improve y'our
Land. by using
import ed by us direot from htlo P'hcenia Ia
lands, Soutih Paoifli Ob~datt.
Wiloa, Gibbs &, Oo.,
Freep*wed' at SavannaW, (0a. and Cbarlete,
8. C.; which has proved in rtle aofl th'd
best Mannre In uso. F'or se Bf
MJLOO, GIBBS & (0s,
0Q9 Day 8treet, Savannah, Ga.
64 at Bay-St., Obarkston, d. C.
21 Broad Stese, Angautes 60
Wa AIJO KaKr
Purue N1 Perulan Guano..
A LOT of Baltimore Bacon, Sardines,
Pickles. 'how Chow. Cheshire Cheese,
Cofiae, Boger, Smoking and Chewing To
bacoo, Begare of all grades. Also a fine
lot of Campsen's Bxtra Family Flour, which
will be sold at 00S'.
We alto keep constantly on hand a fine
assortment of Wines, Littors and Ale,
which we offer at grently reduced prices.
A nice lot of Mens' Womens' and Chil
drens' Shoes and Oaiters. Call and see.
GOODING, STUART & CO.
Garden Beeds It
White an4 Yellow
And a large tot of
FRESH GARDEN SEDS.
Just received by
Ifetchin, McMaster & Bt-ic,
Close out Winter Stook.
r ELDER offers his stock of Winter
* Clothing. Blankets, Dry Goods, Milli
nery, &c., at greatly reduced prices in or
der to give room for sprin oods.
lie bIa- just tecelred 'harrels choice
family Flour, direct from the tArls which
he warrants, also a lot of Corn, Bacon.
Lard, Cheese, Irish Potatoes, Garden Seed,
&o., all of which will be sold low for Cash,
all he asks is a call before purchasing elie.
where. I - also ha in st ore for otale Cha.
fee's Coldbrated Tonic. These Bitters are
highly recommended, try them.
1Ils Labor-Saving Machines,
are always on hand wiMelh M is m selling
at a reduced prloe,Clothes Washeread Uni
versal Clothes Wr~nger, all complete, prke
$15. Churns, $4; Bread Kneaders, $2:
all warranled to be what they are represeut.
ed, if not, rhey are takett back, if ttrarned
in thirty days and the money refunded.
A ood Investment,
le offers all material on hand belon ing
to the Cabinet business, Work Bencios,
Tools, &o., for sale. Also the balance of
Furniture will be sold out at cost to close
out the business. F. ELDER.
WEare now ofering out Entire
WINTER~ 8'yhK at COST. The
beat bargains since the olao of the
war, Call ant. see for yourselves,
Jan 26 LD IO
Win- Rn Hows-d,
ANIY 00IMISSION NEUCIKANT,
if0. 2' Ryears' WhAarf, Bahimsore.
Good to choice FINE, BUPE'R., E.XTR A
and F/M)L-Y FLOUR, sek.-*b for retwi|I
ing, constantly on hand. . jan 2-8p
New XIlinet'y, Dky Goodg and
J. 0. flo~AG
A T White's old'Itand, on the coft, *
1.on. hand a fine lot of Dty Goad. Dq
mestic Uvess eGoods, Cloaks, -Ieor kis,
Corstd tIiela Gde, 8hoes, Ready
Mande Clothis: , br men and boys, Oats,
Crookewy WoeiaWhrt TPin' War, and wa
rione other articles too tedien. geinnie'
AlsoCitofot Famiily Groeerlies, esonaed
Frulsp, Sandilee, &e, , i .
Alan Cor, on' heal and few enie.
Ion *til 4se it to 7ouV i3ters to oafl
before wWWtwt yttroaa Ja.20--las
A O i~y'og $oo lr -ip sees of A* ri
Rice, Lard Baco3, Cdf*K41 .a Sege es
Liquors, no. Perie, AI. Brandy
Peaebes, Durkem 'Thdeo' aid Ciges'f
the 1,at ualliy, *kbhb wiltilii.to
$ash,. I.,oCg gg '
N OTION is ierebyI gIven f 6 All whem i
mIi y cohaern that -1 wIal.'on 'hb 21th
day of feyruary, A p. 1870, it 11 d'tlook
In the forenoon, mhake applicatfon jo tlh
Judge of Probate for Fairtleld Co:ity, for
a final diNdhairgo us" t dmin'tr.tof I of lpq
Estato of Bober flarbeir, dcloeaued.
. EORGE DATIER, Adeir,'
jan 1--ln -
NTC~is hereby given to all whon It
Nma~y concerti that f will on the 26th
day of Februtary, A. D. .1870 st It O'clock
in the forenoon, make ap'ptcuttion to the
Judge of Probate for Fairfield County, fot
a *nol dischargo As Otiardian of Janed Boo
Jiok. . ., I E V1 ?4. DOLL0K,.
Jan 26-1m - Gardian.
KetOh, McMaster & Brioo.
To Wagon ate Carriago Makers
A largo lot of Inaterial such as Ilubbs
Pelloes', Spokes, bhafts, Poles, &o., assorieJ
sizes, all sorts 6f aaterial furnished at
A Large Variety of
Hardwaro cit Alwaya , be found at the
store of Ketelin, "'lohidater & Brice ; Cut
Nails, Clinch Nails. Brads and "Finishing
Nalls, lorse Nalls, Iorqe and -Mute Shoes,
Bar Irqh, ltodjren, .ow Irn, Cast, -Steel,
PNo* Sigel, &e.
Ve fAte biet intking irbtttt lar 'e addi
ions, to our. Stook of Dry 06848 loot
and Shoes, lials, &0. . I - t -
A large assortnent of Ladies' Cloaks just
received, and a lot of extra fine Clothing
for Gents and Youths expected in a fow
KETCitIN, MofA87FR & DRICh
Edveryt and Eale~
a STABLE. @
I SHE underuigned will ricetve on or
L about thPe 29th Jahitary, fly head of
1ne- Jirses and blulos at 14.'
LIVERY ALD SALE STANIU.
lfiekeeps o6ns'tanly' olt hind lIorsr,
lacks, Buggles and Wagons for hMrd. a
lespeotifuly solicits the patrohnge of the
)Ublio. A. F. GOODING.
Boarding and Day School.'
ON MIO'N)AY, January 10,
1870, 1 will re-open a hoarding
and Aly Sohool. The soholas-,
tic year will be divited 10t9 two
sessions of 20 weeks enol. The
'nglish dotm'aent, will imbrado ery
ranch that constitute a (horongh! eduea.
ion. Languftges, 4iqio, painting and
?anoy Work, a separate charge. Mosloal
leparninent under the charge of Miss M. L.;
laillard. The Ornamental brandno i will
mbraci Painting in Oil and W'atet Colors,
ireciaigti ..%.WVaz and Rhell Work.
Doirding meding washilog i pe es
loodfrey O'Ndale P1lleliontr, vs. 'Wii. Alai.
shall, Elih Marhalhidndnthlrs. Defon
T appearing to my eat ifactionm tlnt Win.
Alarishall, Elijah Marshall, Jacob Mar
,hall, FranklinONeale, Heu y O'Neale and
ilary Ann O' lale, 0fipdpluts )n the iove
inuse, 'i-si'do boyQQ #.1- limisa of thIe Htmate.,
It Is dhde~ orderd thal. they do dr
ear before the tioet of Prohl. 'fir iji
,ogaty. ; and State aforesaid, on the' 16th
lay of Maarch ne-t, to ho-. enase, If any
hey 'can,,.lm the real. estate of Jaeob
riul est'4., consfsti'ng of one small. lot
>f one 'anid sevententh acree, situateg 4
he Couney and 8tatoaoremmftd~eanc bnuti -'
~d by land. of Jaspes% .' Rablt andl 'Win.
. Curry, should mnot be eok4 for tl iison
up~ong thso heIrs of thp ygil deceased, or
heir op sgent to thesio ill be entered of
Peeord- W 1. M. FMLSON,
feb 8-x61 -l-ronate Judf e.
T 1ICE is hereby given to all whomn it
L may conern, that I will nai~e applea-,
Ion, on the 2d of March 1870, at)) oek,
n th fore~op to the dJudge, of Probate
~or Pahli' 9n0 for, a final s ph arige
as lireoemeo' of (he Efn ( tre ibald
fob 1-flatw8w Execut or.
gI AMi new' prEpatej'etor
Oil orders for new':Way
kide krls iih 6l" dotteRSt 'my*'o
The patronage of ttpubhltf is respectti
Jan 20 -
-3 BARRELA VWOUW jtasheIe4 amnd
en& Mis pi.h sll
es o* jarewe
The Last Sensation I
UST roodeved a freu p suippJ- a Fin
%F DitihrbaO rir.okin Toilm'co, cUinvc
Oysters. Shrimps, lickflee, SIrlch, ('4100,
S"gar, Lard, Ca~ce, Table Salt, Plour*, Soap,
'Liverpool Salt, Cheese, Candles, Shoes,
Crockery. Tinware, .lolasses, Stationary,
lIardwre, Dry Goods, &o., which we ntfer
low for ensh. J. MoINTYIRt & CO.
Quick Return and Permanent Improve
lment to the Soil.
O'3P , .a2M1DP
'0OMPOS8N of Bone Phomphate Guano
and Annioniacal Animal Matter, all
ihorottghly dceemposet anti reduced to a
line powder by mens cf fermnentatIon)and
sulphnio r1t0ld, ndapted to the growing of
Cotton, Corf, Tobacca, Ortin CroVV, Vege.
tables, Ae. Th H. is ti oldest Super Phos
phate inuerfnct need Ia this country, havIng.
been introduced to the pirbllc Irr the Spring
of th'.-yar 1,952. The guaranfeod oheint.
cnl standard of this fertiliter is: Ammonia,
2.00 to 8.00 per ot. Soluble Done luos.
phatl6 14 per at. Total iono Phosphao,
36 per ot..
Thte practica success of thin 8per-Phona
phaie oven during themost unfavorablasea
sons, las (een fAlly catablislhed by (te om.
porience of hundreds of plnt ers and farm
era, recent letters A rm nearly Iwo hundred
of wIol are Is* be found in the patt phleiw
W. i. ]KETC1[N, Agent,
Jan Winbo7 a. 0,
plie of Lime0.
AM now recolviP moy supplies of thier
mannre, and Plantors aonn, rely ot
tetting n' atifle Atily up to stindar at
per analyses. All hought fiom 'nyeilf or
apthorlied Agents I will guarantee, as eve
ry oargo so sold is - analysei on artival
iere and the high oharwelor of the .manurw
fully kept lip. J.. N., ROBSON,
Sold Ag. for South Carolins.
Nos. I and 2 Atlantio W fimrf,
Charfekton 1. 1.
J. H1, 0ATRIOAlRT,
Agi. for Fairfield County.
Pro. She pard ias of an~lfas Anadle
Octob' Tiard, 1809. "A valuablo mal ur
and - drAidedly tirperlo t i o article of
Experiment mndo by M. C. -M. Hammond,
of. 1)epoll Island. S. 0. ..
No manure, 87 lbs. Seed Cotton peraerv
1V6 Ms. l'eruvian Cuan, 1928 lbs. See I
Cotto on'e e.,
175 lbs. Dawgh's, 1489 Ms. Seed Cottot,
per nor9. de 80
3&MM a 3PO0300
Suppliod in quantitios to suit purohasers.
Orders from o4 parta of the interior solleit
ea.' A ddress Tho, I1Crady. A gnt 2,.
0. Box 389, C'harrest60, s. C,
Itim suu bA.~ Jrtns Adgor- Co., hlon.
JI A. Campboll,- Wr St W. J. itavenel. -Davidl
pnJqenigs,: h.pQrdy & Son, W..0. Dingi.,
John 8. Ryan. nov 18-8m
25 SAC lverpeol SA1T fbr .saht
tWPJlow for onsh.
1. Ir. CATIICAIRT.
.4 W GUT._
'U : 8'~I, Clookts and Jewelry, from ti e
n~i~est. fo'the cheagosi Sillver l 'urj
Chains, and othier liindA, 'oifal Necklace,
Coral atd other kinds of Eavein'gs and' Pli
Gold igs. I *amsellng out, at 'overy
small profits. UJJAJI gLE MUL.LER,
fieoo~d' door from Col. Rion's Offc.
Priv te 'a~ Trancient.
CoBlaR or TAYLoRa AND 50W1ga 4nTgT,
UAM5^UT er NAms swasse..
Ch tjColrbaaiAu st
tiE- (fdlowing P Wdnget $ohedus vP
Tgo into efeco. on this Road 'odi64id te
Sunday, nezxj,25th lnaf.: *a~.n erI ,
- - I edixo Iosts
'c~olubzbis... O, as 9.44 p na
Winsborq, - o . .40; ee
4 "4 Chatter, ' 140
Arriverat GOtis~rN.1 .-'1 q/ G4:2
k hIsk~g elobe:eeoqotienadit ~ltralne o'
Nor th,bpgltwts i~ daened
nd'Flaty.. ; .9
Arr e 4g4 *aie u
*it Sot aIlSiUST ( b, ,o,.