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LONDON, Fobruary 22.-Disraeli's
health is improving.
The naval eatimates are three-quar
ters of a million less than last year.
' Fleetwood, Light House was des
troyed by a ship which dashed against
it in a gale.
PARIs, February 2 .-it j report
ed that France bae sent a note to
Berlin relative to the treaty of Prague.
The proprietor of the Marseillaise
has been sentenced to four months
imprisonment and a fine of one thous
LONDON, Fob. 24.-In the divorce
case, the Prince of Wales solentuly
asserted there had never been an
impropor oreriiiiinalintimuioy between
bimself and Lady Mordaunt. Great
oheera followed this declaration.
MannID, Feb. 24 -Several thou.
sand workmen, assembled peacefully
in front of the Ministry, demanded
LONDON, February 26.-A conven
tion of the English Chambers of
Commerce urges sales of cereals by
Tie divorce jury verdict was "Lady
Mordant is insane."
The Duke of Richmond leads the
tories in the House of Lords.
A strike is.imminent among the
cotton operatives at Dolton.
PAnts, February 26.-Spanish let
ters report a first struggle progressing
between the revolutionAry and churich
The conscript troubles at Lyons,
yesterday, were suppressed without
Archbishop Deboland, of Lyons, is
It is said the Emperor is dissatisfied
with his cabinet in consequence of its
inability to reconcile conflicting par
LisnoN, February 26.-The Rio
Janeiro steaner reports that Lopez
abandoned Passado, leaving his sick
MAniD, February 26.-The de
bate on the proposition to prosecute
the Arehbishop of Santiago for trea
son threatens to consumo the entire
session. Montpcnsier publishes a let
ter in which he says he will follow the
Cortes, uncoinpromised with any po
IAVANA, February 26.-Valnase
da, in person, has gone in pursuit of
the fillibusters recently landed in
Holquin district. The Spanish gun
boat Guardian is ashore.
WASHINGTON,- February 22.-Tn
the Senate Senator ConkLing spoke
against New York's right to with draw
her ratification of the Fifteenth
The House is considering a resolu
tion censuring Mungen for words used
The Elections Committee have post
poned their vote on Segar'd admission.
The Military Committe is examin
ing more witnessdes on the cadet busi
WAS1INGTON, February 24.-In
the House Whittemore presented
documents from the Governor of South
Carolina, accepting his resignation
The Chair refused to recognize him as
A resolution was offered that Whit
temore, late member of the fHouse,
had dispensed West Point and Naval
Academy appointments contrary to
law, and for a pecuniary considera
tion, and that ho was unworthy of a
seat in the H-ons.
The resolution was adopted unani
Wh'ittemore states that bo will ap
peal to his constituonts for a re-elec
In the Senato, a disability bill,
covering some three thousand n'ames,
passed, and goes to the President.
The fermentation,. period for gin
distilleries, the samne as whrskey, six
days, is fixed as the maximum for
WAShINGTON, February 26.-Im
mediately after <eopdgeoting Rovels to
the bar of the'Senate,' Mr. Wilseon
withdrew his -motion to reconsider the
vote on the diablIty bill. The con
fusion attending the seating of Revels
is reported as an excnse for-fsaiiing to
hear Sepator Wlso's'withdrawa! of
his motion. The disability bill is now
before the President.
.Revenige receipts over $509,000.
iIknap and Shornab want $50,
000 for the recruiting service for the
balance thk year.
Bwv1mfonsz, Felinary 22.-Mr. 8e
ward has arrived, hiere. His health is
NEW YORK, IFebruary 22.--The
steamsahip, Cityi of Bostou 1. twventy
nine days out. The agents think shd
was foroed to -make- a barber In the
.Azores. She had eighty days' provi
sion 911 board.- i's . 2,-Th
SA N. F.aaNwuado, 0..2d- e
people are j~ubilant over the erop prom
- Numorone .outrnges on Chinamen
were perpetvated yesterday.. A fear
Sult riot was imminesit, but the heavy
iain- and-Awgpollo9 force dispersed'
the mob. Sdveral persons were injur
ed while attempting- to rescue thd
SA.N. FRa*NJscoO, February 26.-A
pnbkiosmeoqiug.t Tepot d'eel'ared In'
favor of thf Andepepdenoe of the
daand Vge 4the enovement. The
Gn oer:-r te ad Ohihaphana,
in lwer Mal te avow the move.
mont. Th's dovernors of giunaloa and
Diaraugo adhere to Juares.
ratew6W ~-e~bruary 26.a The
House passedt an act legallziog acts of
military -appoint es eie admission,
-but authioringua' ~o1Ironor to fill
Nzw YoRK, February 26.-The
Cuban Junta have the followiu5 from
Jacksonville; The Spanish winter
campaign ended disastrously. The
Spaniards retreated into the towns.
Quesaea will arrive at New York be
fore the lot of March.
MEMriPis, February 26.-The car.
on the Mississippi Central road went
through the trestle below Oxford to
day. Mr. McConlco and son was kill
ed. Col. Sa'nucl 'rate had a leg bro
ken. Seventeen persons were killed,
most of whuim were emigrants for
Nmv YORK, Feb. 20, 7 P. M.
Cotton heavy and lower, with sales of
3,000 balos at 21. Gold 16j.
CDrARE.;STON, February 26.--Cotton
steady-middlings 23t; receipts 522;
export, coastwise 144; sales 500 bales;
LivanrIooJ,, February 26.-Cotton
closed firmer-uplands Ilt a I If;
Orleans I1 a Il: Sales 10,000 bales.
Fi.:M AL1E SUFPFRIAGE IN UTAi.-Our
letter from Salt Lake City reveals
the fact that the passage of the act
to give women the suffrage in Utah
was the work both Mormons and Gen.
tiles, the Legislature which passed
it being Mormon and the Governor
who signed it being a Gentile. The
two parties entertain difforcut views
of the way in which it vwill work.
Probablj it will out, like the female
tongue,-both w tys.-New York Her
The Hartford Tnes says that when
Senator Sumner was introduced to
the wife of Revels, the colored Sena
tor elect from Mississippi, lie con
gratulated her on the merited honor
conferred on her husband, to which
"Thank you, sah I much obleeged to
you. Al' do do Lord afflict you wid
a white skin, I b'lieve you got as
black a heart as any nigger in de
Prince Pierre Bonaparte is to be
placed on trial in France on a charge
of "homicide through imprudence."
It is to he hoped that our criminal
defence lawyers here - will not read
this. If they do the "moral insanity"
plea will be effaced from the briefs
immediately, and the French one sub
stituted. The streets of New York
will then be filled with gangs of the
most "imprudent" poor fellows in the
world.-N. Y. lierald.
An English clergyman went to a
hotel to order a dinner for a number
of clerical friends. "May I ask, air,
demanded the waiter, gravely, whether
the party is Ii.h Church or Low
Chuch '' "Now, what on earth,"
cried the clergyman, "do my friends'
opinions natter. to you?" "A great
deal sir," rejoined the waiter ; "if
1high Church, I njust provide more
wine ; if.. Low Church, more wittles."
SuoAtt -The ttal. cosunmptiop ,of
sugar in this country last year was 527,.
000 tons, of which only 45,000 tons
was of production. Eighty-five per
cent. was from Cn'ba, and as the
troubles there will largely dipinish
the supply for the present year, and
the defieiency cannot be supplied at
home, it is assumed that prices will be
8SAIA A NNA.-This old marplot is
trying to get back to Mexico, and
was defeated in, his purpose to sail
from Ulzvana on the 14th, by the ex
press prohibition of the Captain
General of -Cuba. If-,thee poor old
mnan should once more attempt to push
his fortunes in Mexico, he wilt be
very apt to lose his head.
A FUNERAL INoIDENT--It is rela
ted that a funeral procession passing
throug~h the town of Talladega, Ala
bama, a few days ago, stopped at the
hotel to let the mourners take a drink,
and during the detention, the horse
took fright and run away with the
hearse and tumbled thre corpse into a
The Now York Hrahl of Saturday,
in its stock market report, says :
"The new South Carolinas were in
request at improved quotations. The
general list was steady. The follow
ing were the prices at the las6 board:
South Carolina sixes, ox-coupon, 87
bid ; do., now, July, 814 a-80;# do.
do., April, 85j a 87j."
The~ new style of dressing ladles'
hair is said to, interfere with putting
your arm avoubd theda. When the
ladies properly appreciate this diffi
culty theyv will make a change direct
ly. We don't speak from experlenme.
CONUNDRUM.--."SamI, why is your
head like the mioon."
"1 don't know, Jim. Give it up."
"Because, Sam, it is supposed by
some to be inhabited?"
General Longstroett is President o'
a Republican club In New Orleans.
H~e nurst npt be oonfounded with the
long lane that knows no titrnlog, says
the Now York Workd..
There are said to be'7,0lglaborers
out of employment In San Francisco.
The old Parisian plan of stroee im
provements.Is proposed to silene the
clamor for bread.
Twelve menlbors of the last and
present Congress hav6 been huplicat
od In selling cadotships.
The Louisville- fondling hospital
contains twenty-soven babies.
KingB MoWialn tlall E0a4.
IAV Yorvill at a. m. and asrly e a,
Leave Cbester for forkville.igaiedlately
aft-er the arriral of I4ie ugustana$Ih,
Latest Quotations .of
ClIAUL148TON a. Q_.
Oo rreoted Weekly by A. 0 KAUiMAN,
kroker, No. 25 Broad St.
Febraury 24th, 1870,
STATe SECUnLITIE--Sout h Caroll na, O1
81@ 0; do, ew.-@79; do, re gistered
stock, ex int-@79.
RAILROAD SToCKs-Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta,-@66: Or enville and Co
lumbia, 2; Northeastern, 7@8; Sa
vannah and Charleston, 26; South Carolina,
(wholu sh.res) '4; do, (hilf do) 22.
SooTII oAROLINA DANIK DILLS.
*Bank of Charlesto ,
*Bank of Nowberry, ---
Hank of Camden, 4 -
Bank of Georgetown, - an -
Bank of South Carolina, 10 a -
Bank of Chester, 5 -
Biank of lianburg, 3a
Hank of Scale of 8. C. prior to 1861, 67 a -
Batik of State of S. C. Issue 18111
and 1862, 120
*Planters' and Mechanics' Batik
*People's Bank of Charleston, -
*Union Bank of Charleston, -
Southwestern IR IR Bank, Charles.
ton, (old) -@
Southwestvrn iR R Bank, Charles
to:, (tiow) --
State Bauk of Charleston, 8o
Farmers' and Exchange Bank of
ichange Bank of .Columbia, 10(a
Commercial Batik of Columbia, 2(a)
Merchant's Bank of Cheraw, 3@
Planters' Dank of Fairfield, 8@
State of S. C. Bills Receivable, par
City of Charleston Change Bills, .par
Securities more in demand. Exchange
favoring buyers. Money easier. Bank
rates 1 ent. a month on Stock collater
als. Outside rates arbitrary. Bank notes
*D:lls marked thus (*) are being redeem
ed at the Bank Counters of each.
-Within the past year, fifty thousand boxes
of DR. TUTT'S VEGETABLE LIVER
PILLS have *een sold, and not a single
Instance is known where they have failed
to give satisfaction. If you would enjoy
life, have a fine appetite and robust health,
use these pills. feb 24-1w
Indigestion not only effeets the physical
health but the dispositions and tempers of
its victims.. The dyspoptlo becomes, too;
in a measure demoralized by his sufferings.
lie Is subject to fits of irritation, sullen
[ess, or despair, as the ease may be. A
preternatural sensitiveness which he can.
3ot control, leads him to miscoustr'e the
words and acts of those around him, and
Nis intercouese even with those nearest and
larest to hin is not unfrequently marked
by exhibitions of testiness foreign to his
-eal nature. These are t1pe mental phe.
iomena of the disease, for which the Inva.
id cannot be justly hold responsible, but
hey occasion much household discomfort.
[t is to the interest. of the home circle, it is
mssential to family harmony as well as to
lie rescue of the principal sufferer from a
itato not far removed from indipient insani
y, that these symptoms of mental disfur
tance be promptly removed. Thiscan only
be done by removing their physical cause,
% derangement of functions of the stomach
%ud its allied viscera, the liver and the
bowels. Upon these three important organs
Hostet ter's Stomach Bitters act. simultape.
usly, producing a thorough and salutary
hango in their condition. The vegetable
ingredients of which the proparation is
tomposed are of a renovating, regulating
ind alternatie character and the stimulant
which leads activity to their remedial vir
ties is the purest and best that can be ex
rated fron them most, wholesomnt of all
3ereals, vir,: sound rye. Na dyspeptic can
take thie genial restorative for a single
week without experiencing a actable um
proveme.it in his general health. Not only
will hisa bodily sufferings abate from day to
lany, but-his mind will recovei- rapidly
from jts restlessness and irritability, atnd
lisa happy change wIll manifest itsei~f in
his demennor to all arsund him.
Testinmnals frcra England.
8mn,-Hiaving suffered neverely fromt
theumatic paine in the head and face, I was
induced, front what, I heard said of it, to
try Paina Davis' PAIN KantLUn, from which
soon found relief, It Is Indeed a valuable
srticle. I am yoeurs, &ea.,
WILLIAM EVA NS, (Miner,)
ThIs ls to certify that I have been a suf.
rerer from Indigestion and violett Sick
Headache tor upwards of four yearp. I
bave eotiulted iaey of ihe F'acull-f,' but
bave derived no material. beneftt fre my
source, until I tried PBnRR D)Avts'. PAEN
K~u.x..a, which, 1 am happy to state, has
:lone wne more good than allI~ a.r tried be
!peakitng of the great eficoacy and useful
00ess of your PasIN Karn.n'. ' Tw'o -yedrs
ago. I was severely af~loted 'wish s paift
lternal disease, when a flrend of. uihe,
who had just returned from the Stateb,
gave me, a small quantity of ,PAEN -Kt:aLk,
which he had broughat ever with his. 1
1,ook itas directed, and theretef *a im.
medlate,,and'so satisfiediwas I of its value
a, medinine, that I ammmediately seat to
Now York for ha adoson bottles;: and I
anm thankful to say, that ithas proved to
my family and friends who have used tt of
inestimable yalue In relieving 'almost all
kinds of pain and suffering.
Y rs&c., H. I). EZAI',
1No. 1 Pall-Mall, Mfanchester.
SPI~OIAJ, Norros.-To partIes in want of
Doors, Sashes and Blinde, we rtefer to the
advertisenment or P. P. 'oale.' the Targe
manufacturer or those goods in Charreaton.
PrIce lIst furnished on application,
Two Dimes and- a Half Pays the
500 LB. Mied andie,
2 Gross of Prise Oandy Bou,.
2 "-&enned Tomatoes
2 " '- C'oram
24 Boges RaisIns,
S Goes of-PIoe.
- Presh etaoterm
ras C to o
loyd's Improved Pro Hic Cottol
I ~I b t (see I ollev*'h the worl
They bre bet ier than DokBson's, so sa
some who havo triedboth. .1 have abou
-260 .,ushels of the 0 eed, and any one wisI
Ing to tr them can be supplied by appli
dation -Daedt &*o.'store, and also at j
P. Matthews. Goo. If Sibut, on the so
vannah River, near Augusta, Ga., paid Fiv
Dollars per bushel fo some of these see.
in 1858, and during the war planted o
a sniall soale and improved them. I bough
fron his estate in 180it, paid Two Dollar
in gold, have planted and kept. them a
pure as possible since. Any one wishini
furl ther information of these superior cot
ton seed can obtain it by applying to Wim
Ml. Vandever and Jas. Pagan, Cornwelh's T
0., Chester, S. C.;, Ross Dye. lion vill
Chester, S. C.; Dr. Win. Thorn, or Danie
Hall, Gladden's Grove. Fairfield..8. C.
Doiyd's Improved NPolifie Cotiti
T WO or Three Hundred Bushela for sale
I the same as those advertised in thi
HIRAMn), having ginned the above nantie
U. W. M. Creighton's crops for two years
I obtiined seed of the stai, so you wil
observe that mine did not cost me two dol,
lIars in gold; theroore I can afford to rel
thern at One Dollar per hbuthel, delivered 1(
any merchant in Winnsboro, as may b4
directed per order.
Itiranuoss :-E. P. Mobley ; Dr. Win
Thorn; A. P Lumpkin; II. B. MeMaster,
Dr. Ira Scott; U Nichols; Elihugih Glad.
den. 0. R. BROWN.
fob a' .1M
W E willbo prepared.on Wednesday. T6tl
Inst., to make Photograhs, Ambro.
types. Porcelain Plotures, &c. We will
remain but a short time, and those who
desire pictures, should call at an early
Id nIstrnetions given In Photogralphy. Ual.
lery In Mrs. Woodward's #tore, at the upper
end of Congress street..
WREN & WHEELER,
feb 12-tf Photographers.
Fruits and Confeotionaries
COMPLETE asortment of f rench Can
dies, fresh and nMae'
Soft Sholl Almonds, Walnuls, Pecan Nuts,
Brazil Nuts, &c., together with.a complete
and full neortment of plain Candies, Fruits,
&c., at reduced prices. ' Call soon and get
such as you need at
E. W. OLLEVER'S.
2 00 BUSHE.LS Maryland prime
86 Iihds. Bacon.
150 Bhls. Vlour.
2 Tierces Gassard Faindly Hlame.
1600 lbs. Lard.
600 bush. Oats, (to arrive.),
-1400 lbs. Pltough Monies.
600 lbe. Plougi 8teel.
80 Kegs Belmont Cut Nails,
100sfos Wando Fertiliser.
- 10 Tone Peruvian Fertiliser.
26~ Bbie. Sugar assorted,3
)6Ba Coffee, Rio, Jaa and
20 3b1e, Molase and Byrup.
feb 8 - AC4N&0
ACHO'ICRlot. Honey. Golden, Magno.
.t liaii lud . O Syru p and Mtugeovado
M asses, faco* ~iee, both oled r td rib.
Rio, Laguayra and Gov't Uoffee, Crushed,
afAne Mqqr5 IpCl fhewing ?91[aq4% Lard
in bar e andalsz Cs4dies
Corn on odosignment, and ehliee Aundred
Bush'elg Whits OatW, by
$sn 11Agent for hubtey & Go'.
CAMPSEN MILLS RLOUR
FIRST PRBEIII at 1,he L C. FAIR IN
rpHIE undersigneid .offer to t heir country
I frienade, and the pubhio in genera), a
oholoic an pure artlee of PLO)UB. They
have on hand, anad grinding daily a full
Fatnaily, Extra and Superfln# hoot.
Motl.ema and Western Pios at lowest aer,
Corn! Oatst 16y!
Ot#usele priss. White 0ev.,
000 48eed and Feeding
NOW have a Bteams Millt in operatos a
d a , e~tyr & 0t i
have prftp auttaa Min eal 4 t a
*1 delo is Iowanreed '.N O
AM Agent for Whans's Raw Done
perphosphato of Lime-highly reoo
mended as a Fortilizer. It took the I
prize at the Georgia State Fair.
feb 12 I. N. WITHERS
LOT of Baltimore Bacon, Sardin
Pickles. I how Chow. Cheshire Chce
' Coffee, Sugar, Smoking and Chewing I
C bacco. Sogars of all grades. Also a 1i
5 lot of Canipson's Extra Family Flour, whi
' will be sold at COST.
We Also keep conastanly onl hond a 1i
- nssortment of Wines. Liquor. and A
which we off-r nt greatly reduped pricts.
A nice lot of Mens' Womens' and Ch
drenls' Shoet nti (Initers. ('tll iaid Pee.
jan 27 )OODING, STUART & C).
Garden Seeds I I
Whit. and Yellow
01q IO]ST S.EDTS,
And a large lot of
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
Just received by
Ketchin, McMaster & ]Brice.
Close out Winter Stock.
F ELDER offers his stock of Wiete
* Clothing. Blankets, Dry Goods, Milli
nery, &c , at. greally reduced prices in or
der to give room for spring goods.
le has just receivod 200 barrels choic
family Flour, direct. from the mills whic
he warrants, ilso a lot of Corn, acon
Lard, Cheese, Irish Potatoes, Garden Seed
&c., all of which will be sold low for Cavih
all he asks is a call before purchasing else
where. ]'o also has in store for sule Cha
fee's Coldhrated Tonic. These Bitters ar
highly recommended, try them.
His Labor-Saving Machines,
are always on hand which he is now sellin
at a reduced price,.Clotlies Washer and Utii
versal Clothes Wringer, all complete, prv
$15. Churns, $4; Bread Kneaders, $2
all warranted to be what they are represent
ed, if not, they are taken back, if retnrne
in thirty days and the money refunded.
WE are noW offering our antir
WINTElR STOCK at COST, Th
beat bargains since the close of tb
war. C.an and see for yoursehcs.
L A DD BROS & CO.
TNORE ASE your Crops and Impro-ve yeul
ILand, by using
Imported by us direct from'the Phiax Is
lands, South Pacifie Ocean..
Wiloom, Gibbs &, Co.,
Prepared at Savannais. Ga., and (Tiarfestot
S. 0., which has proved In th he 'ofl the
best Mannre In use. For sale by
IMPO lE & DEA LEES I
990 Bay itr t. Savant a u, Ga.
64 East Bay.8t , Charlest on, 8. 0.
241 Broad Street, Aurgusta, Ga.
Pure No. 1 Peru'vIan Ouasno.
*t Dikschecd Done,
* *~ Land Plaster,
For fprthqs inforation, addres
above for cfrcular, or subscribe to Bouthea
Agriculturis , purlf~shed by W'.'C. Aoeol
phll& Co.; l'Aughta and Satniah, 0
at. the low pile. oft26 .e'r annum.
JOH1W P. MATTNEWS, Jr.,
deo 4-4m Agent, Winboro, $-. C.
FINE Jot df 41. and Portor, Segai
~atelhpplidtfowU4 W*4e (h
jya fbr duplibfo-of the-sad -
,4Ab m .mum JQs4 *ISur5nte M
Spring and Sumieir Importation
u. 18 70 .
Millinery and Straw Goods.
Armstrong, Cator & Co.,
is, M1POltTElS and Jobbers of Bont,
;e. Trimming -ind V'elvet leibhonA. Bn)1vnet
0- Silks, Satius and elteis, lilods, \ets,
no Crnpes, RIeihe!. Flowers, tkather, Orna
uh n1ent, Straw lonnots and Iaies' lints,
Irimtned attil untrinmmed8. Shaker Ila is,
ne &a., 2.-7 and :-': i9lutimo o met Bait.
i, ore. Md.. offer thm largest stoIck to bo
folund il theu cotui iry, amt1d uneqk.jualm1led in
il- choice vatiety *%nd chlea ptes, comt prising
tie llatest l'arisini mnveht ies
Orders so.ieited, anmd prompt attentio
given. feb 1i f
A NI nfow prepare.! to 1
fill orders for netw Wag
ons, Cart s Whloelbarrows,
&c. Also repairing ut aly e:ecutvi. All
kinds Blneksmith work done at moy shop.
The patronage of file Public is respect liily
solicited. W. It. DUIA.
The Best Seed Potatoes.
r 'IE Early Hose awl Early Goodrich.
For .sale by -
feb 12 TIOMPSON & WOO)WAllD.
Floir I Flomr I
A LOT of Flour, Just received and for sale
low- If. W. DESPORTES.
Livery and Sale
rpl.E undersigned will receive on or,
. about, fie 20th January, fifty head of
fine Ilorses and Mules at his
LIVERY ALI) SALE STABLE.
110 ke ')a constantly on hand hlorses,
hlct s, I ggies laid Wigons for hire, ami
respeeifully solicits the patlronago of fihe
Public. A. F. GOODINU.
Boarding and Day School.
ON MIONDAY, January 10,
e 1874), 1 will re-open a lioarding
and Day 80hool. The sololas
tic year will be diviled ito two
sessions of 20 weeks eacl. Tite
Elnglish depnturtmecnt will emubrace overy
-branich that consititute a thorough eduC.
tIlon. Languages, hiusic, Painting nnd
e Fancy Work, a separato charge. Musical
delpIrtmeont Iundelor 11h charge of MliSs I. L.
Oaillard. The Ortamental branche will
embrace Painting in Oil and Waiter Colors,
Grecian Painling, Wax and Shelf Work.
Boarding including washing $76 per ses
a Sion. C. LADD.
WTA 1't'IIES, Clocks and Jewelry, from the
.inest. to the oheapest, Silver Purp
Chains, and other klinls, Coral Necklacne,
Coral and other kinds of Eairrings and Plain
(Gold Rtings. I am qelliingr out at a veri
small profits. UIIAll AIR L UILL It
Second door from Col, Itlon's Otlie.
Private and Trancient
J. A. Hendz'ix,
ctA~,gs or T Y.,tL Ann su.,trstt SrauSTa,
0OLUMB[A, S. C,
oWE SQUARE'EiAST or MAtN sTftlE.
NOTICE is hereby given that I will make
a pplication to tihe Jtadge of Probate for
iFairfl d County, on thme 18th day of Alargli
nozt, ai.'1 o'clook, A. M.., for Etoers tins.
missory on the estare of James lilai-n, del
consed. All parles interested In said es.
tato are notinied to appear andI arow caume
why theosaid letters abould not be granted.
r feb 7--flx'3 - Adminimst rator
NOTICE~ Is hoeteby given that I i.)l mnake
,J~ app11ication to the Judge of Probate for
Fairnlold County on liot 24d dyof Mlarch
next, for Lottors tUiswiseory of tho Es~tate
of John Birl'ey, ddo'd.
-feb 28--22tl A dm'r,
- - LoUR DEALER .
, AND CQM3JISSION a1ERCIA.NT,
No. 2 Apeaare' Whkarf," Balt imored
-Qood.to ch9.low FJNE, 8UP'F/', XXTRLA
and FAMILY PLOUR, suitabte for retail.
Ing, constantly on~hand.. *Jan 22-8tn
DR. H A L LENBEROER'8
Fever azic Agtue
A NTmo TE
Aiway. Stope Sse ChAuI. .
otherknownremedios, Itdo opurgo,.
doo. not slokerytheo ston1aob, footly
afo in any~' doso andi undet~ i '
toea' andi Isthoon~ )tlod ii
h., a a g i M' vEr toaf~ f
m adiAo, bocads it 4 a pprfqtAE6 ..
b- Eateto utauarf& i -
3old by - ll Druggtsa
Quick Returns anti Permanent im prmc
1icni 11) the KuiO.
[ .POSvI) or itio Phosp tiho u,
U al A1ru11mniaica Anlinvild Matc<r, all
thoroughly dec omiwpose 11d and leiluvqtl 1o m
fino powder by 11on0a I f fermentation nil
!Jsuph ric acifl, :la.plVi o l ithe growitl e
C(Iolr, Curn , L'obl (GI CIn l oi, y'ge.
tale.. &t. vThis is he oldest Super ihoi.
phnte nuititaict ure( in tii couitry. liavin
been introdited to the publio in the rpinltj
o" lhe year 18rd The gu:%rateed cheini
cal itandar'l of this ferilizer is: Ammonia,
2.60 to 3.G0 per e0. Soluble Botn lIo 3.
phae, i4 Ipe et. Toi ii one hii:mjiate,
31 per et.
Thiie practicral siccess of isill Super-Phosa
phate, even during thernost utfavorableem.
sons, hs bein hully established by the ex.
perieneo of itindreds of platnter and fartr
er, recent letter, fi otni nearly two hittdred
of whkomi nre to be found in fihe paull dets
W. V. UIGI'uIN, Agent,
Jti 7 inboro. S. U.
1111gh's- Raw B01n0 Supewrho.
piatitt of Linme.
AM now receiving my supplies of this
uniture, anid Planters can rely upon
get tingan art icle fully up to stiandard as
per anlyses. All hought from nyeelf or
nu(thorized Agents iT will gttiratee, at! eve.
ry cargo mo sohi.i it anilySed on arrival
here nial the high clharacer of Iho manure
fully kept np. J. N. ILOBISON,
SoeAVgI. ter 'iuthl Carnlinas.
Not. I and 'a tlanie Wharf,
Ch10arleston S. C.
JY. 11. CATIHCART,
AgI. for Fairfield County.
Prof. Shepard says of atrtlysis .nmade
October 14t, 198ti, "A vialuablo manuro
nid d'eilletly sttperior to the article of
Experlieit Ilado by MI. C. Ml. Itaminond,
of Heoch Ilanit, S. C.
No manure, 887 lbs. Seed Cotton peracre
175 lb.s;. Pertuviatn (lano, 1328 lbs. 8eo I
Co~toni ponr are.
175 lbs. llaugh's, 1489 1b.;. Seei Cotot
per acro. dec 30
ChaPlotto, (0ohi nbla and Augustat
t0','n i, Den. 27, 1969.
rf lE following Passenger Schedule wil
go aluo effect on this Road on and aftet
Suiday, next, 25hl int.1:
Leavo Augusta, at 4.00 a ri
" Cohunnbin, 8. C., at 9.40 p fit
'' Winnsboro, 11.40 a ii,
" Chester, 1.40 p m
Arrive at hn lot to, N. C. .1.20 p in
Making close einnnections with Tralusm of
Norith tI 'arolina load for all points North
Leavo Clairlotto, N. C. at. 10.30 a im
" Chester, 1.2 1) m
. Winnsboro, 2.57?p uA
" Colmbia 6.07 p m
Arrive at Augusta . .50 p Ir
Making closo conections with TrAins of
Coentral and Georgia Iitaronds for savan
nahl. and i ull ponts in Fl9r'da, Macon, Co.
IttIubu, Mohigonery, Mobile, NewOrleans,
Helma, Chattanooga. Memphis, Nashvlie,
Loulsvillo, ('inclunati, St. Loutls and all
points Southu id.West.
Panlaco 8'coping Cars on all Night Traina,
''hrougii Tiekele sold, n1ti1d Baggango checked
to nl prinicial pointh.
14 l' assengers 4y this rotite going
Nort h, hve ohoicea or 1 bree difforont routes,
C. BOUli N10 lT,. Sperinttendeont.
E. It. DonsE.an, Geimal Freight, and Tick,
ei, A gent. dee 28
(301WL [A. NURlSER~Y:
0,000 Sothern ,ro wn'rit TuiI2rees for Srile.
P .PhtE .ILWS 2 years old, 6 to 8 feet,
Ihigh, with a. 'oll formned crown al,
ro 1 feet froin h6 groun td p'rici $18 00 per.
100. One year old, 4 to 0' feat ifh.--' piee
$12 00 por 100..'
- Peach Trees, Poie, P~lupi, Agricot, Neo,
arno Trees, Glrav3 Vines, - trawborry
Ph~ats, &c. Desoriptoo a0gnd Price Uata
l'ugtie sent gratis to ali iati.
Addires. WM. I. NIESON.
oct 10..Urn Augusta, Gan.
South C'arolina-Falhileld Opuutyr.
Goodre~y O'Neah', Petitione'r, vs. ma. Alar
shall, Elijah %Jhithtill andeofhuvs, .Dtfona
I T appearing to mhy satis Ipotjotrt fu( Wrnf.
I. Marshanll,'lhfilaldiralf, JVaco8 Mar
shai, Fran-klin O'Nealo', Irenfy O'Neale'and
Mtary Annt O'N ealo, dlyfetdanits la tip abovo
cause, resacde ihyot the limilu pf this Etate,
It is therefere oi'deredi tiint fthe do ap.
pear' before the Idott of Prohnto fe theo
Countsy and State afovegaid, on the 10th
dray of .\liarch next1, tO hlo--/. cause, If any
thley can, wh ye lhe real osttre. uf Jacob
Q'Ncale, dloo' .,- cotiisija of one empli hot,
of' onad and sovetvtenTI aca'4, AltIlalted ha
thd r.oeiinfy and Stato lifueial,, and'huound.,
ed by rAndcs o'f Jamnen I6. liabli andl Wm.
P., Curry, should~not .be sold for divihsio,
amaong. ~ho heirs *or thsesairl deceased, or
their conssent to the siiino w~lh It enteredl of
record I. M. NESON,
fe b 8'x66 Probat e Ji4dge.
': S hereb.y gjven hj ~ is~ es inn of
sppninety dags frmt b iqaos hereof,
aploton ewithe d for he''en6Wtu1of
Certiflente oif Stock it the Charlotte ind 'S
C, RJailroa4 Quwspany, belongipgjo~ ge F..
I). Cooln.i N S.eriy having been ,oat o, dep,
-aid Serlp best-k'dMtr tbo doth ,rl4 'of
Ju~nd 1862, Is Tho.-17406 nnl Is' foa Nine
Shares. . :JAS. II. IlON,
ntoY 0-tlatw3m. . . Atty.l llret,
nin.entt~y days froen the p nimfnhra
.applicahion will be MAdl.o o l' reeatl'4
Vertitlcates of Stock in they .4ol3j ihq and
Augu USa Uft1l'oadl .C0 fln 3,s san< 8orhp
having bheit titdeqt er:eJ
Said Sorip'-heen dt 8h dI'5? 4f ul',
'186O. No. 878.' .or' fcue 'shires. to aDaY
1Mi1ing,r0uaria* for.W.4. r.illing,/
N~o 878 for ala stiarjst fdi . f fIt.
1'Y 40hV ~ t
ski 81 b fd r