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The May Convention- Ciroul .r of the
. State Institu a.
Tho folloWing isoular letter has
hoes, urlesewd to the oflicors and
me uber.-i of the oounty. pgrioilltural
teietics : I
At a meeting of the members of
the S uth Caroliua ln1,ittto, on tho
thh in-tAnt, among other procedings,
Iin ftlilhg osnon was submiit.
to I by H, on. W; Di Porter, and, on
diue considoration, 'was unanimously
Resolved, That the Pcesidert of *the
South OarolinA Inatituto be -request
ed to invite delegations from the va
rious county agricultural abd mrechatil.
eal and irhpaigration 8ooirtie througli
out, the State to assemble in . Oharles
uon, on the first Tuesday'in May iaextt;
(3,) to ta'ko into eoiisideration the
qIu tion&t pf'labor and immigration,
1and moans. for further-development of
the agrioultoral ittorest of the State.
GEN4T~jldinN: As thi eoogtivo ofli
car of the Scho Institute Association,
I take the earli'aa opportunity to lay
before you the appended .xosolution,
and respootfully to invite an earnest
consideratiop- of-its import, and the
appointmint'of such number of dole
gates as your association, club or or
gnnizition may .deem proper.
Authorized credentials from the
presiding ofilcer of the- respe-otive
soeties-. will pags deleAates on the
South Carolia railroad for half- the
usual fare, as doubtless will be adopt
ed by otherdinles of road.
The paramount importance for a
broad and united organization, as
indicated by the resolution, is self
To induce settlers, immigration and
efficient laborera to till the fertile and
genial lands of South Carolina, and
bring out her various resources of
manufacturing ahd other industrial
pursuits, demands co-operative action
of the people, from the mountain
region to the seaboard, and.the influ
ence of all true men ought to be on
The metropolis of the State, with
the various lines of roads and steam
and sail ships'at command, with en
terprising and willing merchants, aid
ed by the parent of all pursuits, agri
culture, and with practioal counsel,
can form suoh an alsoeiation as will
inspire hope for the future and render
I have the honor to tender my sin
cero rebpeet for your society.
W. M. LAWTON,
President South Carolina Institute.
00 *. .0. & 4
Tusic NExr CAMPA:0.-I had the
pleasure of listening to a highly
interesting conversation this evoning
between Govenor Scott and a reporter
of the press. In reply to an expression
of hope on the part of the lattor, that
the Governor di4 not Intend to send
ot arththg'fbo nog'ops,with-a vid*ta
the conduct of the next election, the
Governor said there was no dispositlon
to adopt any such ineasure but where
it was made absolutely nooessary.
The Governor stated that arms had not
been sent generally throughout the
country, but he was determined to
have a fair election at the next cam
paign at all hazards. lie said that noi
ther the Republioan party nor the ad
ministration were ever going to Con
gress again with thotntenenttha. the
State government or the people were'
intimidated from voting. Tihe repor
ter gave it as his opinion that arming
the negroes would be the very worst
poliey for the .negroes and the 11adi
cal party ;that it would lead to the:
hottest kind of fighting, in which the
negroes would be swept away and
every Radical driven out of the State.
The Governor said if the Domoprate
or any other were determined to in-|
augurate such fight, he would do his
dutj and stand to it to the last, even
if it resulted in the State being made
a desert from the seaboard to the
mountains.- Col. Cor. Charlestoni Cou
A SolIDa NEGATIVE TO THlE PAnts
''Rans."--The officlii return of the
condition of the Bank of Fravee for
the week which ended yesterday -a
financial week--shows that the amount
of bullion held in the vaults of,the
institution' increased one million' six
hundred thousand francs within the
time. -As the days so e nunmerated
embrace the period of the Roehefort
excitement the bank return supplies a
very solid populat' aigutnent against
the p'olidy of the "Reds." It may be,
however, thet the flou~Ishing condi
tion of the bauk exercieed some in..
fluenee injhe p romotion of the bar ri
eadefHote. A o aiutbld
says : "Th* od vomyan fian bnlyT
higa6ng and thage te way the
Tara TarIunR oN WIIIITraMon.
The LNew Yemk yWbuner hus refers
te ihe latost-syoeatiob of that apei
tuen Uodth Carolina, Radical, the
Honomblj enjamin Franklin Whit.
"Isppd46 6laet64he Military
Conunittee -e Ofho flouse have dia
'vored onoe Qoegressman who hea
been- offeflafot Jal ai Wmt ,gOingi
eadesi p.i'we rievsio sy thakks
reptodsontpthe8,t, 4f South Caroli
na, and that not mahy yearasag6 hoe
was a oIisi -of~w Yoth. It is to
biebujed Wlfs-he may beobble to, die
perive th dtEgemeofalb charge bron'ght
tetindt a dakoid' lbeifoat -In
e i yt h ytho ho
dika ot, Watt ap t~
TIu C6oioki, SeIAToi 4JErUwiNG Ed
ONinR RE-44i. ON A-M1ENITiFs or D
ALevels, . the now,
colored ISeiator lom PPs esippi,
rinarked to-d'ay.th4 ha Stat would.t
ptvbuibly have beem ad mitted -'by this edu
timo but for the bitter porsonailities edl
which prevnit in .thdi.'Jouse and rap
Senate.. evols .aid be degreoates of
these thig.He Is soty to seo the
Senators and uoml.oro'forgetting the (Ju
high duts of sttitesthanship and Pat
sto0pIng to low -personsal attacks inv
upon each'other. , This isnot-the way,- is
he thinks, to dignify the position to:
which they have been elevate.1 by the Ita
popl.-- Net'r 11eilr'ahi. a
ERMoVAL OF, DsABILITIF.-W hen. Iq
the subjoct oomes up in the ou Vel
General ,Farneworth, of Illinois, in- e
tended to ..mIove that the political ed
disabilities of all citizoas in those th<
States whoso Legislatures have rati. un
Goedthe fourteenth and fifteenth arti- ty.
oIcs:of ainondmtl(ts to the-Conftitution d
of ..the -Uuitod,.Stateos, ..and whoso. <lu
disabilitiqs were imposed by or in.cur- tel
red undor.-the tliird section of the rai
said. fourteenth, -rtiolo - of amend.
in nto, be rdioved.- Wl1ashinglon
'I'lgrag/i to Bahltimore Sun.
That was a -rrofound philosopher l
who compared advertising to a grow- o
ing crop. IJo. said l.. "The farmer bu
plants his seed, ond while he is sleep-. ind
ing, the corn is growing. So with th
advertising. Whilu you are sleeping or
or eating, your advertisement is being
rod by thousands who never saw you as
nor heard of. your busilnees, nor never ta
would, had it.,pot been, for you adver- to
tising." - at
FAIRFIELD HERALD. s
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Wednesday Morning, Feb. 23; 1870. to
Desports, Williams & Co., Props t
- The Uireconstracted. as
We expressed, in our last isettei b
"affectionato veneration for the unre-' tr
constructed that never can be recon- bi
structed," and instaned Alexander is
Stephens, who insists that the'govern
mont will end in anarchy, unless it
returns to the aoknowledgemont of J1
the sovereignty and independence of fit
the States, and R. Barnwell Rhett, di
who, in an artiole entitled "Chival- se
i ous - outhrons," ptwblished in the New or
Ecketic last year, spoaks of "always th
remembering that the Southern States tb
are no part of the United $tates' ; ph
p i I' o t . 11on 9f the two'peo- gn
pls, aind a curtain separation in the fu- ac
ture. Both these gentlemen are sin- th
oore, but both are wrong. We re- nc
spect their oenviotiuns, but we teject S(
the policy suggested by their convie- St
tions, because we do not believe them
t.nablo. 11light, we hold, does make
r'ght, in the affaiis of this world, and V
in the policy of nations; and though -s,
right has an essential tendency to get thm
might upon its side, it often fails to "n
do so, and the result is, that might ?
triumpbe, and 'reversing the process, 1r
gets right upon its side, in conse- TI
quence. For might changes all the thi
relations existing between parties, iih
and relations being changed, duties b
springing from those changed reia
t ions, chang6 a ja. Trtis, like men, dis
die, and make room for other truths, il
though truth, as a porvading princi
ple, Is as im~monital as the prinoiple of
life transmitted through a sucession vIs
of dying beings. The spIrit of Ame. gr
rican L.iberty, to be more special, is 2"
not dead1 though State sovereignty an,
has passed away, to return no more. ran
The battle for good government, orch
justico, Is only t'ransferred to another qu
field, and is to be fought, Wvith good ~
hopes of victor'y, in the adjustment of in
new. relations. But men, devotedly Th~
attached to a system whose excellence hel
they have umklerstood, 'and in the go
Idea of whose ontinuanuo and tri- v
umph theltr imagination has delighted, 'ueh
willinot, without a struggle, even unto tin
death, sttbmit to a chanuge ; and when
might iEervenes andi overthrows that
system, blasting all *of thSir' fondest
hopes, there-are ever -sincero inourn. wit
eta ever Its destruction, who lIke .Mr. theo
Stephveam ffrefer to be historlans of int
the past, rather tlhen sede of *'the f bar
ture, or who, liko Mr, Rhett, would be kor
cQUontet to dlo,1j4e the. sternRomau par
Republican of oldy the unconquera- and
ble Cato. "Vicri e cusea Dis placuit, tbu
*ed t'icIe C'atoni." ..h
All just paise r oo to proth
men,Arq, thy belong to the branfj of.
LheirraberadeI set us -younger.esnn-a
mhinig exstpte. Let lsa jitelri se7
ortid# of the4rb ningal of Iieft ~,tar
ir pgy In anut d t y iee rato,
natIes froa p1 hM gVr * 1iOhte *
brvlpi u ayad eeaina
ncation Creative of R1eadi
less to Improve.
'he greatest of all of the advan
3s of a general diffusion of liberal
ca ion throughout soooty undoubt.
7 is, that it renders itoapablo of
id improvement. The independence
thought as well as the spirit of in.
ry that it creates, render men ca
Ile of invention and of appreciating
entive gontus. A plausible idea
io sooner suggested than it is tried,
I if found not only plaublbe, but re
Dle and - valuable, it becomes a per
ucut posac.sion. A State vau do noth
,therefore, n much caloulated to de
opa its niaterial resou-c-i, as the
bcation of its entire peoplo. Unlock
(wealth of the mind, and it will
ock ever.y other source of prosperi
Educated labor is far more pro.
itive than that which is not. In.
!igence ii quick, alert, active ; ign,..
ice, dull, luggieh and phlegmatic.
The pro'niueo1t0 thAttfie dogma of
pal infallibility has assumed in the
ino, of Rome, is very remarkable,
t'most natural. Our age is one of
idelity. There is no fiith in aiy
ug. Man desires certainty, and
ivos after some certain authotity
to his future destiny. The protes
it doctrine that the bible, to be in
:preted by private jndgment,is that
thority, perplexes and distresius
or, weak human nature, which rush
for refuge to the imposing promises
the Church of Rome. Now since
in must have a religion, and three
arths or seven eighths of those at.
iding protestant ohurehes, have no
Yyion except that of'absolute scepti.
rm, the reaction towards Rome seems
us a certain feature of the future,
d it will be hastened and developed
such a refuge for anxiety and dis.
ss, as the dogma of papal infalli
lity holds out. The Roneib Church
upon the inoroa o.
A Good Example.
Our General Assembly, in electing
idge Melton upon the ground of
ness for the ofiice, in spite of his
solairning being a Republican, ha.
t an excellant example to the Demo.
atio party, and to the suffragans of
a State. We would rejoice to see
e fall enuvasa conducted on the
atform of suitable men, rather thar
niztions. Both the Democratic
d the Radical parties have done
air appointed work, and we' wish
w men for a new party, both in
uth Carolina and in the Uuited
AWFUI. FAT. OF A Y0a121 MAN.-A
unig Mnil while m1roxicated, fel, snto
Sniachiney at the rolling.mill at
. grinding of t he bones, sitopped ad,
poing t ho enga wern mashed, atop.
dt thei engine immrediately. As lhe
1 so, the blood, lhk lfne rm, came
zzl ig down wit hi litnt pie'ces of lesh.
emen saw somieth, ug liying through
air, whIich they thlought a tilothI from
engine, tbu' wvhieb, wase t he unknown
nag thrown some1) forty feet from, the
'0(1, landing '.n the lop of a furnace,
e it wvas fonnd broiling, burning
figured. The name of the unfor
tare young man was James IF.
tt.--The first operation of the lole
tph in Engl~ aan m he hanuds of the
vernment was duily chirici.led to us
a great, farilure, without any allow..
~e being mado for thie nheces~riry de.
gemlentamncident to an etensive~
igo in system ; bntno* we hear of
Le another story. Trie suddetn in
ase of buasineon is withoiu, precedent
eciially domiestic despatche.s are &ent
uar greater numbers titan ever before.
o people a ppreciate the differene
ween pnivata mainngemetL and the
~ernment. WV,1 hope this poin will
he lost tupon the lawmnakors at
ishington. Here, also, th, use of the
graph must bo popularIied by put.
stinteuads of the g'overn'ment.
olitically, we have no dread of
re infltuences in) utire elections. If
ie people are kinidly ,and frankly delt
hi no hunmah power cani longer' keep
ii banded togehraanttertu
rest.' eheaa~a hi rt
nor during the campaign of '8,. tht
Lth lem aloo!' from the Seymouar
y. Ihat question is now settled,
mi the intture, we. have little donbt,
that they wildivido and vote as
white people do, and it requhires no
pdiet to prediea, whit-h siewl e
most of thevm. iewl e
[ow A NEGRo LftotkLATh WAS
VKED..-Tho honorable ngf te ggpwb
tative In thze South Geral ngeLegIsd
from Sumater County got on i tbe
n on the W ilmington a~nd M'an..
mtewR~illroad Tuesday bight lat,
'when the abadeotor esmo -roud
llde6t/hs. he 'ezhbbited' :Another
I otafear, andI'otuid- L'obly trem-.
glIthsR4tof he'0 had dlet his
Eess . Me deoeor ologed
rIt*b tae avgs at
A NovLTY.-In the Constituj0on.
al Convention of Tenneqeo, non. sit
ting in Nashville, there gnot sin.
gl pnember whose nativity is lnd
flason and Dixogls ligfe Fi ~ are
from Virginia, NO' from' Nort naro. e
lina, three from Kentucky, and two
from Maryland. The remainder are
all natives of Tennessee. What a
happy peaple I A, O onventionato 4
frame tho organic law, which iq tg act 1
as the guide board of ths fdture" i
!'lation of the State, has in it not a
single carpet-bagger to mar the liar
mony of the body. i
On the Kennebce river, inMaine, H
botween Ribmond and Gardiner, the L)
business of ice-eutting is unusually '
lively. Large gangs of men are at
work, and the ice taken out is a about *'
fifteen inches thick,and apparebtly of
good quality. It is thought the
amount will exceed that of former
years. The Albany Journal charg~. I
the ico dealers with having a settled h
purposo to keep up the price next
Summer, and discredits the statements
that till the ice thus far procured isof "
The Reoluettion (the woman's rights
organ) says that haviing buried the
Democratio party, the nation "is now
ready to follow the funeral enrtege of
its illustrious successor (the Ropubli.
-can party) to its lust houme." It :do
clares that, "with the adoptimn of the
Fifteeuth amendment the Rnptablioan
Oarty finishes its work," shquld, be
quietly gathired to its fathers, and be
decently buried beside the old Whigo
and Federalists of other day3s. It
thinks it "a great mistake for pa-rties.
to linger superfluous 'apon the stage
after the curtain drops."
HoNOas EASY -The Cincinnati
Times, speaking of Revels, the negro t
Senator from Mississippi, says "he is' v
easy in manner, very affable, and
takes the honors conferred upon him
as humbly and thankfully as General 6
Gratit did the Pi esidency." "It yet -
remains to be seen, however," ies,
marks the Times, "whether he would
receive a purse of one hundred.thons
and dollars with the same thankful
feeling that the 'Groat Soldier' did."
A Russian officer, writing about the
Crimean war, says the difference pre
sented by the captive English and
French sole-ers was very marked.
The former were almost always shock
ingly wounded before being taken
prisoners; the latter often qjuite
sound, and only some times bearing a
few insignidicant scratches. And even
if so wounded, the English soldier r
did not give up his anamosity to the t
Russians, while the Frenchman imme
diately fraternized with them.
Gov. Bullock offers three rewardn
,% i1 n .'x.I rn" h 8~ snturn of
white men whto have tile? negroe's,
and two rewards of $250 and $100
for negroes who have killed white I
men. Inference-that it is five time r
easier to catch a negro criminal by d
protection of the Loyal League, than
a white man with no protection of the I
A movement is to be made difring
the present session of Congress, to
restore to Virginia the territory
filcehed from her during the war, and1
now known as the "State of West -
Virginia." The Wheeling Intelli. C
gencer denies th~at there is any senti- 6
ment in West Virginia in favor of the d
reunion, a statement not necessarily p
tine because the Inla-ligencer makes &
The vine is cultivated in seventy
nine departments in France, and the A
annual yield is about '71,000,000 of P
hectolitres, which if valued at an
average of twenty -three francs, repre
sents the sumn of I ,g00,000,O00 francs.
The cultivation and producing of wine a'
in France give employ ment to 6,500,
000 of people, and the wino trade
alone employs .2,000,000 more.
Some idea of what the liquor trade
of the United States amounts to, may
be gained from the fact that on the,
lst of December last there were in2
bond throughout the country 18,402,- Ir
545 gallons.-enough to make a good Oi
sized lake. And this Is -exclusive of
grape, apple and peach brandy.
A VEXKn QuasTroN SxTTLECD.--At I,
the meeting of the Board of Fired a
masters, held last evening, a resoln-. '
tion was adopted by that body ad mit- I
ting the Presidents 'of the etsl6red' fre
companies lately incorporated to seats Ir
in the Board.- 8. C. Republic-nm
A Cow wi-r THREE OALvRs.-A C
cow, belonging to Mr. Wim. Cov~-II
ton, near Blonnetturille, noled te~
recently three calves in oge4 dy i
all we learn are still living TIsW
certainaly a very res::.rkable, oor
"You say the deceasedsettled here.
What do you mean by settledWlt II
"Well, lie was born ho're.-hle ;g O'
married here-and they buriedl himn,
here-and If that wasn't aetiling him l.,
then IPm no judge." t
The Kansas Legislature has adopt
ed resolutions petitioning Congress to
build a canal to connect the Ohio-and
James rivers. The populurity of this
great Improvement is In ahir e e
very extensive atxd studiygro~wleg.'.
Poetry Is the lloyag 3 r1p
prose is corn, aotche.' 1'die t
satire is the aquatrtj4 s
spice and pepper f 0~.I~,~ a~
honey and sugar &a6.e~ V1P
ing1 teiinag - .t&4~* V
itt 06,a a la p t1
lng negro laborers and hiti g
NIVew Ad 1 4 H.
Messrs. st g tor
advertise y t kiytvo
Millinery a ir .l
W'ain, Ado'r. P
We were vibited on a
pretty, heavy hnuw. It commeuncod
boitteight in the morniog and con
tiued for about two hours, wNII a
rait I in I I % 16 ca Iie ov F14
very rapid, a-tn'd by '-telve'o'clock
not it ve'Sttg 4dli eh. -
Panuotra 'oT . Y.70i )
This iagnifacent pati m1"ka was Ox- 0
hibited in' this twn gda aturday d
afternoohand nights It relireseuts iu
a life-like- nanoer, forty-ono .miles. of 1
the great city of'NeW' YOik. We b
have never seen su exhibiion that
gave more general satisfation than
The Greenvill EpterorIse.
The last numberof the abovonam
ed journal hawarbaohed us in .an en- p
larged f6ri6, with n6v heasdiig,'&o-. ji
Col. G. F..'gwniq, its e6ditor ina one 7
of the beqta riep in the, State. Its
proprietorej Messrs.4G. '0. & Ed
ward Bhilby4" are :'pratiOftegint
N 'ra whvpi& 1is't~o $1 obi1 on'a' atill
2I , . I P*
flrar aj,. We wis6, h An1 p AI
: qbundant ,sucvceps.
. urnedI to "eatR. :
We leino tata r'e'd ian on the (
arm of Mr. Jno. Bifo1Awe1lA a few j
miles south. of Wijpnb.oo, was bury
1 ed to death on 14 ri a;,qjght. It J
Aqeu that he was sqbjet .to fits, and
bo in a inid into hA 0
'Ire, while. A-At W p1km, e
.Whefsfomnd his theadtaitle'e 'pertion a
of his qdf IrW iu !t ti
butter I ni g'e tf o ve eye
. . .We rpsentepdi I it
9f butter afe* iys'ago made irn
whoh'weifon~ d t6 b'e'"&h kexeellet
atoleJPHt. oins bf this' butter
ti_ be'made fro ne gallon O6f
atid' wi!Vbo f ond superior to ihii
daily fo35 cents -pet pound.- >Mr..
ldet. is'thbe riefits for sAleG 4t his
btore~ . Str 69 syhmul liaNv orie'
. CWRaIltogad Odhiba y.a e
Thg -Anna&1 fMiting' of 'Stockhold.
ers of th .S th TaIoil-A Rilil road,
0on I on T eqy of lot:W96 n
Thet following geintIemep woe eeloe'
ted Dii-eeoriLof theht1bad. W~ 3.
Gour din, deM. J1 uruiaj, .4 D..De
Sausanre, Andrew ind,.. J
Peizer, *B. H imnonds H . D'e, J.
DanielTy lA,' N' A J. W e h o
grath,' Esaq was 6laeted Presidord~
Measles, of rai.very,,4ndild f~n n~
preailintee ndrtai,'extent in Co
A Western st' ~ rnt'
course of one, of lis eeehes, reinark
Qocon ,wor~a zin )n , a
olouddd oanopf. :of; ieaven 'tand, thpa c
1evl gYounde bf Gdtyear tPonsh deb CE
o0j9 1ewI Ojtilln'tb n f6'ri tu
J3i0nt40e.,vApth. #ua9jm$1 9 p$ ,oorn
fueroidl linu'eu ahivingo'a' ouft de
P~t aaijv .h $ dsumd tildarj plan-a
ou7splantorg bave4y alresly ,.evy
ard iwioa taly, ..pd pays a par,-' P(
hnh I 't Je ~IStIRP, M A4 J~s
wouhlagas 4s *~dout
2. That a chemical extract will be
Auinod from it that will supercedo
10 use of calomel in the curo of dis
3rd. That be hassuccessfully treat
I diarrhoa with this article alone.
4th. That when used as an articlo
diet, it is almost sovereign for dys.
)psia and indigestion.
,Jk. That i& shoqld. e go t j
ed for daily food ; either 0oo1 e
il ofi the foym 6f cataup,:itis.Jho
ost healthy article now in use.
a.1 z.Ity-four tons Wilgox, Gi La
& Co.'s Nlanipulated G0 , n4
considors it the best and most relia
1AI0-11 0'Allz.r in use.
0 Ii ,IN, GA, Janutary 6, 1870.
Fssrs. , Cbs & o
Yours of the l.t December, ask ing
.ir'.opinion as- bto hbonefit iftsily
arived from the. use of your Guano
as duly. roooivod. We used op
>tton crop twenty-four tona of, your
[anipulated Guano. - The -restat has
eon entirely satisfactory ; our opin'
in is that where OO lbs. wus used
the acre on.various soilb, lhe.4yr
o inoroass of yield wasdouble, and
iat we have realized at least 100 por
3ut. on the money investod in It. eo
xpect to use wore of it apothr year;
e shall use it on . every acre we
lant, if atble to. buy it.. . :We think,
idging from the past.dryseason, t
ill pay as well s. a dry, as a wot
asn. We consiier yours one of Lbho
est and most reliable fertilizers ia
Se. ]epctfully )foudk
feb 22-1-'w .
DEiPoRirEs, JORDAN-On Thdraday
(ternoon, 17th inst., at the M. E.
burch, by Rev. 'J. S. Coonor, , Mr.
No.A. DESPORT E- and Mias EiiLE,
oungest daughter of Oapt. Thus.
orlan, all'of' Winnsboro.
rby no one to love I beoasee in life'* usd
Ciaj bliss, . . I
ou drive from your presence le heart's
od expungo by godr 6ldoese ydu force
heatt in thy keep'ng-a heart all, tjiug
11 atone i is hop'ed--in itsi (iff.--- 114
oare. m r J 1
Wiukanono, Fehrunry 22 -61 bales of cot
on wcrp sold in this warket during the
st .week at 20j221
Aua selling their
UY 000DS, a.
OALL AND tXAMINE.
N ortior to chanugo invesinient we will seW
reduced .and popular prices, fronLtihis
ut o er hoes, Hardrd aud Gr6
r dsW o ibyatdabli *ltli the Chreap
)odo o~er9 fQ sale.
P~pur, Lard antd Bacon, and os
tiea bo~Ico 19to Corn ~uIsts FYWcsh
'~eueod ju~ - J!
Ters '3~q sh.s~
p (~)Rr 'of Shies' 6W1
Wlf14 o~ e6 Ija.frilE
si on:daEstv t
PTICEH here givn th i ke
;jappli on to Judge " r to for
fileld otnty 'ti(41 d d March
t, for .ters 15nlory o te
JOfiN A. BiRU
doo 28-x2tl Adm'r,
the inatter of R. A. Ilerron, Bankrupt,
rotQ g ei h1% j;gvoi, rASuan4'to an
order made by' W. U olawson, Esq.,
Pgister, dated 18th Febrnary 1870. that s
NtltALEE'l|TG .o( tlIo- creditors ol
said lleglster' in Vorkville. Routh Caro,.
IaIeroethe' 'Afteentho'duy. of; March,. Aunc
minil, one thousau,d eight hundred and
*entyfor the pnurlose nitne In! the
rinty-seonnd reetion of thn .,Iunkrupt Acl
larch 2, 1807. 8. 11 COW NEY,
feb 22-till Asse.
D1N18l7R ATORM, Executors, Guardi
ans, Trustee', ard Conmittees. wh<
%ve failed t6 mnko iannual retitrne fui
307 and :1868iare notified to nNke0 salt
turns on or bufore the 1st. day ,f Marol
qpt, to this oo,. 'r'theo will be deal
ith as the la'w directs.
feb 17-tox1 Judge of Probate. F. C.
TIlE celebrated Jaak
"8. TONEW ALL," wil
stanid the present. acaso
at Joe Kennedy's planta
tion, five tilles, West o
Winneboro, on the Ash
fotl Ferry, I od.
LAdr1niftraior'8. N e.
OTICE ist hereby given that. will ptqk
apptlcation to the:Jidge of Probate r9
'airfield County, on the 18:h day of A1aro
elt, at 11 o'clock, A. M., for Letters Di
tissory on tIh eseate uf Janes Blainj 'dd
eared. All par lee interested in-sald'!em
ite are notilled to appear and sh caus
rhy the uaid letters should nof be granted
ipringlittd Smitmner Importatiol
All n ery aud Straw Goods
krmstrong, Cator &Co.
[MPORTER.rS. jiand Jobber6 dt 1onnel
LTrimm ing -md 'Venet'Rltihonr Bonuse
ilks, SatIns and Vetvetd; Blonds,; Notb
rapes, Ruohes. Flower6,tYeethers, i Oqra
ients, Straw Bonetq an . esadjui': flato
rimmed and untringned, "P dkej !l'ond)
a., 237 and 289 Baltlbio ste , BrltI
tore, Md.. offer the lageit itodk W! b
aund in the country, and iinequalled It
hoice variety and oheapueds, donig a in
he latest Parisian novelties
Orders so icted, and. prompt nttu InII
E will be prepared on Wednesday. 16tl
inst., to make Photograhs, Ambro
ypes. Porcelain Pictures, &o.. We wil
emain but a short time, and thoeoe wih
esire pictures, should call at a ' earl
Instructions given in PhotoirAphy., tIM
try in Mrs. Woodward's store, at ihe uppe
nd of Cougress street, !
WREN & WHEELER,
feb 12-t Photographers.
} Y virtucof suindry Ixiocutions to'me d11
) rocted, [ will offer'or sale at F airdl
ourt Ilouse on the flrath Mony : nd .'th
ty following,- In 'M~arch' next, :withi;
s legal hours~of,,,ale,.to th. highppt.;blct
or, for Cash, ,tlpe 'following ' eal 'Pro
erty. Purchasers to paj for Titles and
One-taet of 488 sores, more or .'lses, a:
ad In Fairfield Count.:, ndioI.ning lande oj
Irs. William Lyles' lurs. McMahon, Jsmet
shford and 91 hers, levied u~pon as the pr9.
arty of the estate of ltobe rt 'ic0ll1 deo'd,
tite suit of' Wn. Rt. Robertson, Uofn. Ir
L. W. DUVALL, 8. F. 0.
unsboro, Feb.. 14, 1870.
1'd' ipovedi Prolific Odttat
5 thebept seed, I liere,,ia the world,
Tyiey.are ,better hant Ulokson's,' sosa
me yvhd have tried otuh. I batve aboyi
~ibtib!els dh1i'eso Seedt, and atnf one wish
gb to y them britt be' supplIed by: ;atlI,
~tion at Bacot .& Co/d stote, aodd alsot~ J,
lt 9tws.. Qev~. HI Slbtt, .on tb S9qt.
wnah River, near Augusta, Ga., p'aid PFc
ollars per bushe~f'or dote of those seed
I 688,' and 'uring- the war plantedidn
small seals and imiproved themi. I b9ptght
om hIs estate is 1g6%t paId Two .Dollrs
gdhave planted and -kept the' &u
ire as possible silioo. 'Any 9no iO''in
other lmfomatlon' dfatheseratiperior o6t,
n. seed can odltaf indyby applyiogstto Wm.
Chesuter, S. C. ; Rss , gye ., ,
est er, 8.0.; flrWw. Thorn, or, Daniel
al, Gladden's 0%d;~ i'h'Ildd.
~baa9~es . t r , o you rvl
beM/v I1A dno1 tgnt deat ide (*haM l
sfai6t kOnes IDollar ft*Pm.'hyl, Mdeligersggt
V 8i~tef 0."Ntdhbit ;V1l inte b - Oiade
t ~as.t ~c 4tas 5 SBEd
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