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THE FAIRFIELD HERALD
I'nttti'liheil I-'very We'diesliy at
WiIN';8BUul, N. C,
K)1P1'RTE'FI & WILI.AMSI.
'A i > . 50
1"ive " '-. - t -i,5
Ten - - 26(00
e epia~aucie'.y, a . ida u4.auoia
rlom ' wa to allhough n, one carvs to
s.tirb it. Its ravages are giat a ind
dmato'st: ifa:len ii bl. I i sa ps ra po ano iona
poisons, dishionors and deflen Ih siqpjleft
dor of thof' to :, esia bhi,'. characters.
It plre-vilntit aeaf niaalr thw m1lest .aid
gentleat, frnia' , anil i-4 -t'' eiird ever.
w~here ill toci,-Ly. W~e fintd it . in our
rooms, i:c r falt Is, III h al- aes of
th opiatlnt . a t i ho clt rael of ie poor.
It las tio taft t llas 64-111A at 111or4 figilrea 61
p'peh -a: very word --it Is compA4t)
>f bt ofne Ihrsq nd i. is clled IhM-y
. Ni:. "4IOta Y011 lnow anch an oile-7 is
-6hten askf I I, th p kIersonff I i inted Ioqt.
!'No; but-thy say his mlaorals arae very
-Adr ie lha ha4 straago ad vn It nre,
Ias family are very uinhappy." "Aae
on mire ?" "No, I don't kiaow iay.
h~iing about it, but 11h4y anyv SO." 1),
not trust tiat gt Ilea an wlo has ani
. creditand is thong. frih--be on ynar
gard. Blah ! lia.. for tani is imnaa ;
.ea wlat, anl a h ei it a 0 lho.
Yes tL tity say Ie is uma1h i volved."
I Do yut know t hat fact. V No but,
they say so aeverIh ih.-a.. This lhev
say is heard in every rlation in ble
it is deadly o tit] ad i. not to lii
prasped. it ghaes iliaheir mil tiaihlir
a4r 'kee11 and kiis anatly hoator and t -
tnle virtuea, withotit 'eitliar sex beirt
-Lious of Lhe injury dit. 1very
one,a as heli- roalds he liht'n witl remem
ber cases illistralinIg the ItI othof aia
We ay. "W ly beenaa-.;' 1hiy say so
TI: AT' i;i. eC'loN i3i s tv.--Ti
De tinrge fai'j ionl aIrae still iin. high spir
ias, while tha Ilowen party look hemi
fifllly hife, depqui e thair itention it
prl'st the ve-aaon ill Iieniloni Conmly,
wlilieb menn% enII d., if, -41 cesIfl, would
giv' Mr-. Bown..I thil( ;eat for which hie,
has wo,(vd so hla Iil. M r. , iar t'c't
coumlts. coali'lntly I'l Ihn sup1port of thll
Stian Gov.nonent if' arobhics be Ietl'
ml \Vash11in.gton, Mind VexpeTs to0 have
tiara! t.'aoagaresamtam iad aona Senaaator' fromi
Sunmb iC arolina aas liii defenfders at the
N ti.il Capit ial. Ati a race ('uestionl
boit l i'lliolt andaI Ilita v will staaind
Debiarage, tad Mr. Waillace ii aXpreteil
t.) , ito lass Lhant hise ..orid colliagna
I iW utilrt sd, besid*, that who
tve i.as a-'ted to the Umled Siite:
atin the place of Senator Robieri
son, iill Wa reiniraed to led~ge him
iVlfi' to (lt! support of Mr. I) cargo.
'.le lere-fd meiv -ra.. will havo a nm.
jortily Ila the aext I.'gIsl.atura'ae, n i wilvi'
is wi ae o,:ari detrm ined to tit
to their their own peopl-.- - /mar/esto
N t.r. "K XOCcF I UN tuar ' ,
na'ever. A! .-'ays rn' our for. t.
another and ull d'onni a-s:nll
itin Mad aitv. tat v eni iy ,a' il :a
aid the woal-nas it i ;aIpt to it inl siae
asesi-tS t itasart with vonr traiteer
don't. growa tiody sitamiai' miona casa
ora worse st til, iik ato tiroiwlvot aa
plines itnola di'si asn.a'lbe tvair tvind
dosppoeathe slai. ifayo icati
niot.' liei on Ift poty comt jt oi~)
yo'u tike'-a I t'ht i'e) i ~ igt, haa t theinii
Lt Cit osyu Vas a realo hif' won
dogl to ata r getIiici action. Noat't: t te'i
howsit diep l ywi vgt itn a ~ to o'
water-alwaysofproid th, a t 1 o if dilaaal
nt. help t o d lica he ofia s t o bt t it ----tO
yoturat casea ttt, i o iar adet 'fathle
ita ias inraecoad th heDvit.re
antd idwe ofla tn, ltat, hieaa-oa shonki
hoav no'pl~ dlinit 'iasers - whc ani onesa'
dfernmn, w libat heaven's 'helt
boti.: m:lb t:nFluTlxMi
Msronro itg iin rcotti of at1i disperat'
an fta ait, etwichi ocuradon ati
so Shiepha rd t l a idmter sty -lie
.ofiaat was ine hst cao nth nye
b ~1oat oaagiinaig three Lla me whosea na
PhtepimrdIi ail broka his r~iit ht arm
Shaephisard se ied his rifle witlI his lef
lctaid, reta atg it, ont thet saidea of hais boat
Coaaaaenged'c iring nuali haimt, btut. lho tan~a
rued it'ih his taeeth antd left hand ta
loainriflei, atal finatally alter receai vina~
eivagbn l ts~' ittn his body, killed lhb
hlt"r tw?~ aissadanttls. l aetena man..
s1tp'reanelt th horeoaa, - wherea he'
,was r1- iyed -hay persoans att rnoaed.t
the~ ny~er 'iianihy te. firiaag andu taklck
ti.e where h l e iis8t;~ a eilical cottdi
Ti. : R .tnoa a -ACcor1n'-.--We a
den'i of Q twao atoret of t~h-It v'c iet.of' th<
'iitehe H. 8SmithI, ofl Newbherryt, aml
4iaator . Luomaax- (f A lbevill. ,Johr
-Ii. Tapp, thei colora'd ttatdi fenft, Is it
a iprecaeritnsi imn an. Alessrs. Tsanes
olroJerub and H go d are' improvhaa
:t~rqusetd(Cohtas .u Jo edal ~ a qye
*0tn cltlAb;adae:ser Mas. Aartit, Miiner'va
aiItemistt Graaen cf~ M iguea, 11 ,J. I,,.
nitax aitad, Sop'ihent L. Smith aid t,
*.jny -ret urneda a veardta .tt they onmfl
;V ZkijtE dieth lljoin itninnres r'ctaived'a by
ait nec''idet wt'haiit cheurred .ont t'
' iea 10th: of- ' N omer -l8d.
Rut lj.vti 4d4WLs regli.eredt ini
* g i ,p.t97tbe closo df tibe.c tecgih
Ma jenmi,24% 1Th.'#1(pora calcu
. ajgth 994, papedhrlae5,00Q%
7 . I . x Ifs (' m-s;N.-ThJ.7-e-g
aIpffenr anII c".e t (A en. Ill O's odlv, after
sit ld beel Ima ~ Aede .n j'r
thu decrb by 11 . .Y moo, ni Vi .
caor : .The body was" shroudd f.1 1
bi-e pras and Vu', black coat and t
reek t.~ Shoily AfIer beii.' 4hiouideid I
hi' p II r44 esen -d a c lip placid t
tlr hn Ii ASe.6y Clie bo1 . ie. blab i
wa Placed ove-r J'. v t. alil buriail p
frn Ihe vh-w t the ..tr . Io .vi- I .11
11bbst mIII i t 1I1 . 1.%ver li I .
Itober-t Eilwarl h've.
Simi'' ..s is ( sT:uT.-.-The
R p I I I's ;ll. folhv.n : Ike
Irack (if 160 acre;, the - prolerl V o C.
.1 Blell, sold for $850. Om track of
108%.1 acrs !d; y hg r. r of' L.he Cmirt ,
of Proba ite, brougli $4 per ao. 0-if'
inia. of 1.17 acres') s ild v or'l..r -f the l
oirt oF I'robatl, broughlil $7 60 p..r I
a-cret m. track of 81 neros, tolbi by i
"ruer of the ( nri. of Proalte, broig lI I
4 (;u per acre. One-irid of a Lrt of
41f 25 ncres, Sol by (,r(r of' Probate
iono-l, brongl-t $91.
We ari! Imppy v ostate, that onl Smil
d )' wille ItIe vni ballo. s were lieavi
olr thI Ie greatl S1o.114 1uhei'iI.Irn liet eral
11. E. Lee, the negrovs, who have a
good C1.1re At 11t3is pdace, coliii lmme1dI
t,.>lling thirk-1 beilla a1. Still rie 11nd4 kopl
it up 1 I'i 1 1 o'clock. This Shows IIw
li i -lmg of th best l biiLihali'ved negroes ini
thle 8alte.-.i uh u (/ietc.
Wed iodny Morning, Nov. 10, 1870,
'Tlhe Colum lila Conlerenec.
We learn from a gentleman who
was pretetoa, that the Columbia Conl
forence dI Sirt to keep to thelmselves
the result of their delilierations (if
Ilny) heyomi at recommanpidationl to con1
tinue for the presit. the Ujion 1i. form
0rg1anizeal ion. We i;rfcr, Mo~rer, that
the ciindle of politiilI foresight and(
8agacity an~d of civic wit'd.1m w S Iili t
e, anld thul i hone very brightly,
'kil] that mhodcsty alon h11 a I' laemi it
fora SIea iuder a uishel, to await
th o in-nusfA Ilu I Of 11 C11,1110 Stict su4 f
1hivlntly tall to hold it. Now, there
fore, alII I on simall boys, hark ye, donl't
go and meddle with chat mysiterions
bushel, or you will Set the houise a
lire. There is t young CoL flagration
at lenst uider it.
Recasosas I'm , nksgiving.
To thO s1hltume of Winnsboro, bill
one church was opetied upon 1i.
'Ihaiiksgiving day. 111ndl1 thoigh tle
Weather wasi fair and bright., blt seven
persoii) a1sseml-ed for publi worship.
We heave wo stato the cause truly
when we say, intense disgust at the
political condition of the Stato was
the reason ; aind we wyere convinced
that the thanhksgiving being recom.
mended by tile Chuief NI gistrate, anid
not by church authority, is ani untfor
tunaite c'iretistanice in this~ country.
Yet~ what LcIh) uc aut hor ity can re
coimmuendi a day for the ent-iro peoplec
W ho can play Popo in this business 7
If nobioldy, theni why not thle Chief
Magistrate ? Is it not at child ish~ viL r
of' it, to conisider the day as G1rant's
or Scott's TJhanuksgiviing 1 Will the
Clorgy take this view of it on the 25th
of this mionthi ? We' trust not. It is
the thanksgiving daiy of the people.
What unsurpassed healthl have we
in W inniiboro enjoyed. What a boun
tiful harvest I What public peace!
What domiestio tranquilhit-y andI order !
Thes a34 re the thoughts that ushould be
uipporimost in 0our minds.
.lit politics is the bano of theseo
thioughts. The wretches that have
sltripped us of liberty and property
calling up~on us to thank God, this is
it wvhich has brought contempt on tihe
da'y. T1hius does wrath against the
oppressin of mann, lossen our sense of
grattitudoe for the goodness of God.
W~e will here venture, however, two
suggestions. De, Tloequevil writing
on demiocracy in America forty yogrs
ago, pr'edicd "the emancipation of
our shaves as certain, and( an) era of
an archly antd bloodshed as oeally cer
tain in conisequtenoebecauise, said lie,
nothing but a concentr'ation of .powe'r
in the central governmeont, such as lie
regarded as imupossuible in Amierien,1
canl prevent it.." Think of thaut pro
phecy. Ponder -it reasonabieness,
and rememttber whaut this pr'tfounad
philosopher thought, and what sober
men hiave believed, that. this coneon
tration of power in the Washington
Government, at wich weoebafo, has
prevented. Seconidly, the eeroiimont
just tripd in -our Stato icanvss,. has
resulted in a feeling- of satisfaeion.
We knoir the full extent and mneaning
now of negro suffrage, and of 'womnan
suffrage too, which this Rasdical ring
will fasten on this Stato in less than a
ten ,vents, and it is a satisufaction to a
know-it. '1%euiegroes will niot rlbe to c
onr lowlI'ind .our civiligt~p io~mt 1f
overrido the olstrue d2..vf our State .g
Ggvoflhupent bejag toemposrkty- itthe *
6 tas of negroes and atir 'ahsn a
leaders, is It niot a mtter o'oh
ratutitton that our min d are now
't on this stubjel't, anui tbd the I
lain course of- uttorly iguorib t0,o
Cgto in all 'f our future ilnseO d
pr to (nake j.im as useful as he ]
mado, i iow a clear aund demoneti a,
d thing t ihqse conscientious pm>
lo who have 'hitherto doubted; the
'isdom of doiug..aa ?- We the white.
eople, now know, that our only hope
Ipollh ,s 1 i6- ueleA add "the
I lonitable :elprelianosofouer~sacark
1rrady . en 17 th--fall height p'f the
lnergeicy L L ii 41 n'un n1st - oth r
hings, -thank God forthis.
Jilfersuon, if n-,t the atuthor tf ite
Lato Rights theory of out Ftideral
1v -rnmient, was certa i:ly eleotud
e e.ident by that party wlieh held
t, and lie wus, thsefo c, i s promi
Ont, exponent. [Ie was :0-.1 th au
,ior of the tlenv3 of "hu :man right.,''
r "the inulioniable eq tal politi~
al rights of all men, wh ie'b gave
nthu'iasuinto the cons.lilationtists in
,e late war ; so that both North and
outh can claim himn as their chuan
lion. Lot tis antrist the two theo
ies: Thu fir.t is simply pditie c :
he second, philo:ophical. The first
idrawn from the pectliar aitoce
cIat8 of the State-, and is, therefore,
istorlal and part ial : the second, is
ounded on a peculiatr view of uman's
intellectual and moral nature, and is
,hereforo, peI native and universal.
'ie filst is suited to Americans : the
econd, to mii ankind. The first Ias
anssed away anild the simoke of bat
le : The i-'uond lives inl au smnn-:s
P Po.ITICA. Ex P:nOIsNTS of which
egro suffrage is the IGest, and women
uiffrage pronmises soon to ie the cec
nd. More than any other titigle
nin whatever, therefore, Jefferson
as left the impress of his gonnis upiln
smerica. The stiulent who will stu
ly this itin profoutily, and will not
iveept, any one-sidemd view of his
iuroeter, will com to uidermtand inl
art the age ib which we live, and the
ond ition of our counry-Jeffrson,
uthor of the Declaration of Indepen
lonce, and founder of the Univereity
Do Not hing1.
Perhaps the hardest thing for rest
ass inortals to do, ilen noti.i.ag
if real worth and consequeneo can b)e
one, is simply to do naot hing, and
lide their oppot unity '.ill it comes.
'he Rtform movemeint living failed,
we are asked by ni.ny, in appiarent
.rouble, "what are we- to cjo ?" It
eems a clear case to us, and we an
werl i D NOV11 Ni : NfOTIliNO CAN WE
,ONE Nor is this the. languago or
lietate of de litir, but (.f firm faithi
111 ufaltering hopeo, comtent to wait
with qutietnoi s anid pat iencee up~on that
Beneficent Provideonce, who surely
will never permit a larger liberty to
tbe black man to wot k the ruin of the
white. We believe, poweorful causes
~re silently at work to relieve tU
robhlor Sout horn people of their real
)'rdenls, anid of' s)ome of their own af
liting prejudices, anbd too of their ig
iorance and impotenc'e in imuchI that
oneorns theuir imaterial pro.4perity.
'hto foundationsi of a highber type of
~iviliza.ftioni, we beleve, are heirng laid,
mnte which will be inwvrought many a
tone that was strong and boautifulh in
~ho edifice that h os hoe'n shatttered
-y thbe shaoek of at mns ; hnt we, whose,I
umblo work is uinfoara nnately ap.*
.'ointed us to clear away thbe rubbish,
o make room for thle new huilding,
)biect, withI somec natural feehng, to
eing used abs mere sOMcavegers for the
uturo. Yet that i- just tsbout~ the
thbole uinpleasnt truth about out' con
lition. OUR GENERA rioN iS A O.NI'
lATiON OF SeAVENOEnis A PIoiNTED TO
LKAR AWAY TIlE ilfrisi OF A N 01.D)
ictUSi Pit ~rARfA ToIV To iE li '.eITEoN
)t A NEW ONE. EndI umiidst imch
hat, is uatnhy and fair and beautiful
tithe ruins, w~hant en imumtit-nso pile ofI
uibbish has slavery h's imr lidus'ial
yaitemi, and par-found bumt barren
Jcoulattive and~t historical theory as
'r politlos, heft, usi, as a part of tml e
teritaige of the past I Now, boinagI
arn genttlemaen, and riot relishing i1.ist
lirty' scavenger wor k, afores~aidl, let us
lo nothing, for aiwhile, ousives, i ad
ot thbe negroes, itf they can, .do. it for
ls. It suits. them. And for ofir
arte, lot us follow the sound ex' n.
Ile of .a fyriner state Senator, who
popi his party iliing, exclaimead:
'I shall now quit policis, 5make
rioney,'and inoreaise my sttiek of t eli
Thie'lEair is ev'er and the I'esident
m)ounOmod it it queess, all things oun.
dared. Soane are 'satisfiod and "of
.urse" some dissatisergd, eahd nlot a
~w have gro~ tbehinsolves very good
rimbjo& gr (ij ou'prqei) '$apl~t~ud.
4 Jhlt evers will .beathe case
hile uhtabiets bo~siden~ 9bhemselves ~
difetiPet1#W Jsv. WAew
ffvpersons who have s ired to the
k 0or of beoontiing. motnbers-of suoi K
LnU "auoust body" that have spent
hefr time and money to get up the
for the benfit of te County
iktited-artieles nhd 'hld the gratinA. t
-ation to learn their premiuma were
ompty bottles and not a little abuse.
I am satisled4be-SoqIty. dd he
b'est it could, and we take the liberty I
C lbay to "Une that'Plows,' if -he will
poor- causeto be paid to -tb Treas- I
uirr five hundred dollars by the 1st
of July next, th-Sesiity will but ulp
an--"his suggetion." "ive your
ameso and money an I there may be
10-s eau.e for vo:nplaiit the next
Lite. We inlst n it he di6liei, tened
try hir-r the next. the, send twice
its iluch to the F;i! 14114 hopa there
will be no faVUor;i.,u :-huwn. Merit
is not alw.,ya rewarded. W.o diffe r
with ykiu, Mr. E itor, as to the Coml).
inittee on babiesimhik bachelors
might not do so well as o.beis ii and
about W ifinsho.o -but agroo w iti you
as to the "awkward mianagoneint" of
our recent "public meetings ind ou
Iorprises," provided, they be publish
ed and lead before, not the day after
they take place.
ON i' THlAT PICKS COTTON.
. Lo I the Poor' andain T
Who is lie ? Tte vagabond negro
and idler I No I Bat Ie is the pouor
white 1)n th-it owls the laud, on
whiCh the vagabond lives and fattens,
to hate, abuse and injure, the one that
gives him a home and cnploynient.
Poor people, you mny we I consider
3oursehles accursed. Lut us see;
y->u are overburdened wish taxes.
The entire landless herd must be quar
tered with ua. You are respon
sible and they are not. From
your soil ihey vill live, pa) ing no rent,
and often from your cornfield, house,
pig-sty or eittle pen. Says S.ambo to
Cudj the other day in our henring,
"All the lands will be public lands
son." Perhaps so. The inlabitants
"en ma.se'' will be paupers when such
i3 the case. It would sceem good peo.
Ole of this rich, pour class, that( G(od
hus sent such a judgmeit on 3 cU. Your
ancestors, elbowed the ladian tribe
f om these lands, and nlow comes thi.
d-Iilont african to pay you in kind.
Will you submit to your fate with
the pious resignation of the true be
liever and only exclaim "Allah wills it
Moinument to Gteea. I. E. Lee.
Your readers will observe that this
circular is sent to clergymen, vho are I
rt quested to take up Sabbath collec.
tions fur the object indicated. As it
is centrary to the principles of the
Presbyterian Church to raiso contri
butions for othier than religious pur
poses5, it is hoped thm.. the memoubers of
my conlgregation will notice the re
quest of this eircular, and make a lib
eral contributioni to this noble o',ect,
It is further suggeeted, as this ciren
lar originated with ladies, that the Ia
di s of Wininsboro take this matter ini
h anid, and solicit conti ihut i.>nu; from
meaibers of all our cong regations.
G. R. B.
MON PMMENT TO oKN. Rt. E. LEE
The uindorsignod, connected with
the Hlullywood Alemorial Associution
of ilichmiond, Va., respeufully request
tihe friends and ad mirors of G eneral
Roberut R. Lee, In our whole country
and abroad, to iit. with thetm in 'a
e iiitribut ion for ang Egniestriani Uronz-e
Statue of our Chief; ain, of theo best
wvorkanhiip, to beo erect.d in the e~j
dicrs' portion of 11.-1i wood Cemtery.
A motst eligible site overlooiking
this who sect ion, and in the centre
of the part nppr..priatedl to the re
mains of the dead ficon the battle
fieldai of Gettysburg, has been olffere'd
by the Association to his family for
his finial resthug place, uinder our- lov.
ing and continual care, and that of
VirginiIa aptd th~e South. If the body
should lie elsewhe'e, it is still emi
nently fitted to erect a mionunment to
his rmemoerf, in the naidst of the he
roes who tell fighting under his la ad
ershiop. -It is proposed, that tue
touirtih Sabbath of Nuvemnber, the
29th be observed as'a Memorial day
thro'ughout the Souith, anid on that
dIay evetry congregation, Christian and
Ilebrow, make their contributions for
th is ohjeet.
Clergymen ore respeet fully request.
ed to notify their congregatio)ns of
this proposal. 'nd remit the contribu
tinS to the Seoretary.
A depouelt of funds will he made at
Richmond, V irgila, anud it is hoped]
the requisite anaunt will be secured
Afra. WMi.U. Mie-?ARLANDi,
Mrsa. .-. W'. RXNDOJ~ru,
Mrs. JAME1S LYO~s,
M1rs. WILLIAM 'iRROWN,
Miss NICHIOL AS,
Miss S. N..RAN DOLPfH,
Rruenuono, VA., 1870.
"The golden ripple- on the wall
sameo back again, and nothg else
'tirred in the room. The- old,-l 01(
asshIon~ --The fbblhi *thet eanna In
with oor ft 6g~adera 1.*11: laMt 1
mehianged itnt.Ileie raOE' bas' wfn It$ (
toatte, and-the~WIdb ftroaneis vo *
ekol le -arelti e WPh~g eId 14
'ashion--Db~ih I%Dkadraj L w,~
THE WAR IN .UROPE,
Touw, y'Nwmibr 7, -Ta Moni
our say- us a Petli wquild nt cousent
o reviotu!Ii ig Piri, imor alliw Al
ace and leer .ine to-- vore, Prusia
siumes the. respombility for the con
MiU1nbe of ~1li4 wr ;r Prussia, noi
rranu, ha r, fite d thie #r mistice.
Ul joarmals detouince Bishiirck, who
lretoding to negotiate for peace
;ained time&, und withhold o00'eiv
roparationa for the army of the
LoNm .', N..vember 7.--The Frenel
.,vermuent has ordo:od the airest, o
3az.ine ,ind st wherever foned
A Pru-minu desatclh from VersAil
oN repmni tS th-t Their5 positivly de
lned to counclude it armisie'e, on th
>sis that the present status c >utimtt
*our weeks. lie hal no equtival i t tt
(fler fir the pi ovi-icning of P.ris
Ahivh coseqeiontly could not be coo
N-vember 8.-All tht
meis her, ollicial and otherwise
,hrow tle respolnsibili'y of the im
landing desruation of Paris upon thl
LoN .ON, November 8.-The Time,
cf this niormni-g, hos i osuil to bedliev
hat the b imbardmwent will nut begii
'or two weeks. The King is roeie
a'tt to d Cst roy so grand a city. and i
iving the French every opportunit;
o nego into for pcaei. The Frenol
,ortrees at Belfoit was invested ou t it
IAVANA, Novenbor 8.-A terribl
revolution broke out in the tate o
aourrero. 'Ihc (ovmenitt troop
were defeated. llviifjremeits aro
iurrying fuo w ard. M ils in that di
recton are intrz ptied. The re-volu
ion occurred at Mechoriean. 'ri
Northern States complain of excessiv,
taxat ion. Juarez is slowly rceover
lig from moa ious illne.s. Prisoneri
ate released under aninety.
Touns, November 9.-Toe Govern
nCiOL c011tilue3 to withhold newt
lho peuople m r nets. Milita
ry mnen sce:n quiet coifident.
A number of Prussians prisoner
inve ar ived. Advices from Paris t4
ith state that orAer is preservod b
a riigeit measures.
Active firo from the forts preven
he enemy f(om estcabhibing nggres
arae works. Their works ecoistruotei
laring the night are regularly des
royed during the day.
LONOON, Noveuiber 10.-Forcigi
war dez'pa'ches report importam
ireneh ruciesses around Paris. Seve
ir;l iPrusiaun camps were captured
Iittibaldi was ngmin victorious, hav
lig routed 5,0U0 Pru.,iana. Th<
atest news from the Loire report:
n1ree days' fighting without deeimivi
-asUlts. The French los.ses are fright
'ul, but, the enemy have boon drivei
Touis, November 10.-The Frenel
Yore successful in a series of engage
nents near Orleans. The French ar<
>rcssing toward.; the city. The Prus
*iaus have difficulty iu obtaining pro
Toutis, November io.-The Prus
ians were hustily evuena: ig 0. lemu'
,esterday. Trhey left their sick sanc
you nded. The Prusianis, stritg
intr'enehled amt Calmaeera,where dilodg
tid with heavy loss and retre .ted to A r
hAn my. The Frenceh moved forwam
a~ Gunni11ng, wYhere t hey will occuep;
itr ng po-itrns unt il the enitire arua
if the Loire id veaces. Th'e j' ura ni
>f' lile annio.une that Bourhnki, whi
has not resigned, has organized
BERi.iN, Noveuinber II. --1Unerter
tay Tronachtn will endeav'or to rrgaa
pic otige by anothier grand sortie.
A special f rom Brussels say s iti
bel iuted in shr ewd pol it ical circl'
that anw comaplonuite, aceeptable t
leranc.' ad Prusnia, h~as been conulnm
led by nieuatral powers. Ru~s~ia in
itiatedl aL hmw pripo-ition f'r the a0
sembl. ing1 of a Conagress of nlationsi.
TVowns, N-vembO er li,-June111na
repout 'ints~ians killed anud woundre
iiriimid Oannua ovei 10,000, anid I,
300 priso.ers. Tfhe Proa inn are re
tre~atia g t~a ards Chiartres andia Etamip
A liarv numbuer of guns, throwl
iway by fi.>log P lussaas, wvere found
Italianus coJntinaue to join Garibald
in l..rge numblers.
(Gen. De Paladilnep, on re-eecupy~
ny Ols eans, Ihaued the following Con
~ratulatory order to the offiers ani
oldiers of the armiy of the Loire
"The action of y esterday was
;l ions one for our army. Ev'et
3st iotn of the oneuiy' wa's vigoronsl
irried. and thIe enmiy Is now re.tred
ng. I have iniformeid the Govera
uit cf your cond(uet, aind aim in
aeanetm d to recum n their thanks fo
our victory amid theo dliansters i
.vbieb France is jlua:ged. Hler eye
tae up~ot )ol, aaild she e* utnts upol
yP'gr courage. Let uas all amke over
fl'ost, in order that this hope maj
lot ha mistaaken. [Signed)
"DAUnniJE DE) IPAnADINgg,
IInrlLJ,, Novemibeir 12.-Thbe fol
tewing is fgom .the King to tb<
Jueen: - '
"VEnsA II.u.Es, Noveimher I1I.- G ene
*ah Von Der Tauun, .Sesterday, retirei
reom Orleanas to ,Toung, beforei
'uperior fo ,ie fought tb<
hencnh, however; aill dlay. lie ha
dreadyp been reinforeed by Genera
Whitt9b and Prince Allerich. Thb
Duke of Meehlenburg Sebwerin wil
also join ii forces with those of Van
.LospodI, November Jg.-..The Prus
isans have' plundered the little towi
IiONDO~5N, lY her - 12AL7'
erenach A dmiral,pt. Cuxhaven, hats ros
orqed the freei sJgation s'f tin Jo~t
wt ,o j oggu
publishod to-day. T'vo Generals,
ono _)aff officer and 15 )ine'officers
weW4optlired ;besid&N h401i14h 136
gnus' 000 rifles. and alsge ,Aiount
of Stotid atd amIunitiou 44ll into the
an P( 0, Pr il ns.
L Dl dN, N, inmbe 2.4The news
of the bombardment of lamburg' it:
hourly expdoted. The battle of Or
Ieans was very serious. The Fronch
line extended from 'Vrdone to
CiAn.:s-roN, No uomber 12.-A rri.
veil-Si wn -ne1 Jam11e0< All-er, New
Y..rk ; J. W. Everman, iladelphia.
LA st.: C-ry, Fi.x, Novenber I.
I1tunrl'ns indic kte h at. 1h Co nsen-ia
t.ves (l. t, thle Littn alit Governor
hal Congressman atndl have the Ti gis
itu~O. The reported riot ws tri
flitg--only two nugroes hirt. After
firing a v.alhp-y lto the wlres, the
ne~gau arat tered. Th-I negroes ludI
1ho'-gins and muskets ; the wibites had
p:s'ois. Thirty or forty shots were
fired ; no whites hurt.
Bosro, November II.--Counter
feit twenties ot, the Ofueida Natictial
1Ilk of U.ion, N. Y. are eiroulating.
CINCINNA-1T, November 12.-A
despatoh fron 1) yton says private
ridvices from a WNshingtonl t.ay the
1 agli h mislon has been teudered to
Nrv Yontc, November 12.-The
to mship City of Paris takes $200,
000 in specie.
Ni.w YoutK. November 12.--Advi
es from Jamaica report tho wreck of
the 8-atdish brig Eioma Sophi., frotn
f.Ibio Janeiro for N-w Or lenms, with
4,(100 sacks of c..ffee. A-si'tvance we
ent, but as the w.v lier it. unfavoroble
it ih tll)U t impo-sible to save any
of the cigo.
W .4Sm1SOTON . November 13.-Con
gres-Aio1nal eleetionas show the follow.
ing Denocratiogains and losses: Ala
bia11n &Lin two; A rkansas gain one
Florida gain one ; 1 Ilindis gain three ;
Indina gain one; LIouisiatna gain two1
MIiehigan gtain one Missouri giIn
foir: N. w Jorsov lot-e o: Niw
York gain fuir ; North Carolina gain
ibree ; Pe nna, I svainia gaiin five ; South
Carolina lo)se two; Tennessee gain
six ; Vibginia lose one; Weat Vi g:n
i- gain T WO ; W isoOinl 11 gaiU 0110
tota! gaily thirty-six ; loss four. The
remaining elections are in States that
have in the prese-it (ningress thirteen
Denoorats and eight Republictna.
A despatch to the War Department
says Alabama is in doubt, but will
probably go Docnratie.
Nmw Yon, Nov. 12.-Evening.
Cotton quiet nid trong ; salts 2,000
bales ; uplanuds 16; Orleans 168.
CIHAMREs'ON, Nov. 12.-Cotton
ruiet and firm-middlings 154 ; sales
4,000 bales; receipts 2,272 bales,
jivartI.oi, Nov. 12.-Evening-.
Cotton firm ; uplands 9 ; Orleans
91; sales 10,000 bales.
NOThtCE Is h1--rely nale lit the sale of
ihe lfrect or A.8. Gillard, deo'd, ad,
yvriked to take plaoe Mlondny, 140h, will
be unavoidably pisiponaed to Wedinesday
the 2:io inst - i. A. G A I i.L/ ill),
nIov 12-t2xl Exor
State of South Carolina,
CO U R OID' COMIMON P'~Latt N
Sanuiuel IB. Clowney, Clerk of Court of Com-i
mnaon P'lens, vs. JamesFnnC . Ketinnedy, Audtir..
of F:iiit at ofaWm. A. lIennedy. tiec'd. and
lrIialIn (enindy, heir ofC sn i Eate
Nobedienice to ani order of his finnor
Judge tiinl nd, l ae in thle above
sta-ed cnaso, I will sell lbefore lihe Court
H1ouse ati Vii insboro, onI iha firai .\ otadhty
an Deccembler nexlt, within thle legal hoaurs of
s alec. A certaini piece. parel or tract of
iland. sit nat ed in the Conny and Staite afore
' aid. dnrrasinal by letter "A" int a platlt of
-survey on tile wi:h lhe proceedings in the
* iase of Jane Kennedy ccid IV .KeW
.vat. Eaugenia Kennedy and others, et lutain.
ing nanely five rad , half nwera, more or
lessi, andl rajoning land-s now, or lately be
Irrging to 0. M. Kenindy. A. Kt-.nedy andl
otirs, and a oerniin other' tract ot land,
- iinnte, On the waterof Cedar Creek in tihe
.('mannty and State aforeamni, designated by
.the letier "-II" irr said plntt of enrvey, con.;
taining t wo h tnm'red anal fi fty t hree acres,
more oar less, rand nrijoinaing la-id nlow, or
-lately belonging to Th~iomas D). CraIg, 0. M.
i K~etey anad othlers.
Terms of Sale.
*One third of the purchase money In esalh
- and the bralanice on .a cretdit of twelve
ntaointhis, withI interest firm thre ay of eale,
to be secured by bond and mrort gage of each
Ssepraraie tract, aid the purarhanser or fur
chasaerrs to pay for stamps rand papers.o.
reasasion given on thre first day of Jhanurary
Sherff's L W. DUVA LIs, S. F. U.
.Winnisboro, 8. C., Nov 11, 18'70.
nov 12-fl x2,
,Executor's Sale of Land.
j Y viniue oif anthority in ano vested by tire
) Will of Dorcoar lirbley, as the Execu.
bor thereof. 1 weill sell to tire haighesat bid.
der, befor'o that Couti Ilonsne door in Winnsa
ihrro 8. C.. on salesday in December naxt,
all that tracel of I- nd, cointavinting one hue.
dhread tifty-five acres, more or less, be.
longIng to thre estate of siaid 'Testator, siitu
are tan the waters of McLure's Cr'ek. wn
tersa of itroand llver, int the Countty of FAIr
fatlhl ad taite of South Cararlina, and
-boarradrad h;s' lands of estate of David It,.
I Menrdor, dleaeapaed, of estate of Willjpst M.
Moley-~ dlaenened, latids of ,9. . 11111 and
teblo joondtiton. Bucla~tri
One'ialf fiIItiur5,e irdify In oneh,
the balanco on A oraldit of twelio mionths
with Interest from day of liale, to be aboured
by bond with approved piersonal Secnrity
avid a morigage of the premisee.. The pur
6asof to pay for sirapsnand papelrs.
SWagjon Con~ Silo, a,
IfHNgund~ersl-gned has< en "hinda ly8,
b d u a p o r ' e qI~ ? Z ~ 4 ~ .
State of South Carolina,
COURT OF CO.ilOkV PZLE.S.
ico. i. MoMaster, James Rc Cookrell. Ram
,.,, Ii. Jobnton, vs. Jabte B. Rosborc ugh,
it, rel C. Rusborough, Mary E. Oates,
.inrtha J Vanness anI lr husbanI Jas.
S11 obtdience to an ordeir mado _by Ils
inruer Judge Ut0iad'lC Iti rhe iwo,e
tated canvo, I AMiil sell before. ,he Courb
loose door in Witnneb6r, on the first Mons.
layin lecenber next. the undivided one
bird interest of James F. Rosborougl.
leo'd. in a cerlz in > r el1 or n ef 4
oitainiing two Ign ' 11n. Iee, p
mres. inore (or less, of which John A.
toshorough died, seized, and - possesse,
il i'e in (he County and State atforesaid,
Id biuideld by lands of Davis Cockreil,
s. It. C(ckrell, Rtichaid Ca'hcart, John I1.
'atlicar and othera.
Terms of Sale.
Once-tiit-d of I ho purcliae money in ensh,
hQ balncioe ou a orsedi of twelve tivnili
oidh into es5 from the day of, Vale.. to ie
ecturd by b10nd and norigiget jf tio.nli
'ided inteirent aforesidd in raid Premhipee or
it ensh, at the opt ion of the PirohnAo-......
'oSsegRion given ou the first, any of Jan.
lary nost, purchaser to pay for stumps and
L. W. DUVArs. F. ."
Vinnuhoro, S. C.. Nov. 11, 1870.
State of South Carolina,
cUt kOF COM.MfON PLE"AS.
sabella Kennedy, v'i. Jatnes F. Kennedy,
Adirinisnritrot' of itate of iobt W.
Reiiedy decensetl--Jdgenent for en.
furer.nig Statntory Dnett nuti .ate.
N dliesiiee to an deder or Ills lionor
itdge auilani. made in dh ab ve *ta.
e-d case. I witl 1ll before ltie Court. Ilosre
t Winwsboru. on the irt i \onlay in be.
eni.tcr. next, within ih. .-pnl hours of sAle.
Ani undivided hil interest in a cerinis tract
if .ind. dei iitnate. bd h I let ter C" ilk the
lait of survty. executied by \l. A Leggo.
[). S., and filed with the proceedings of
1-11lie niedy and W. A. Kennedy v,.. Fit.
genia Keninely and othe1( eontaining itiree
sundrei and one-half acre. moro or 1089,
sionate on t he waters of Blig Cedar Creek,
il tlt, County anti Stnl aloresa d, nrd
bonnded by landi ivori atnes Ketnedy. A. K.
raig, lul (s of estae ut V. A. Kennedy,
deceased, and other~s.
Terms of Sale.
One-tl'ird of the purchase money in ensh
and t he balance on a credit of twelve
months1, with interent from1 [lhe Illy of sale,
to be secured by bond ntil n ortgnge of lit
mid ioudivided half tinTteest inl the said
prmisiaes, the puirchiaser' to pay for stamnps
Mis papers. lo'eissions given on tile fl'st
day of January next. L. W. DJUtV 'sLL,
1iheriffs Office, S, F. C.
W innsboro'. S. C , Nov. 11, 1870.
()N Wedijesday. Novemsber 28di, I will sell
'~at iay place on Jackson's Creek, be
sides tiunschiold and IKitchten Furniture, all
such articles as
as are generally etnj'loyed In farming. On
the aie day tihe Farm wal be rented or
Terms Cash. Parties having claims
augainatl -the undersigned are requaested to
present therm, ,. JAS. L. MART'IN.
A LL. the Indebted to'the old firm of
RiIosb orough Brother's, will pleaso call
aind settl~e thira floootnnts sat once. All ac.
enunts unssettledi by the fifteenth Novemnbr
next. wi'l be placed in an At torneys' hands
for collect ion.
ot 26-x3 J. L. ROSBlOROUOiJ & Co.
AULRlEY & CO., of Baltimore,
W1 ILL receive shipment a of COTT'ON un
deO r the terma herein'specifiedu:
The esiti Mnay be held fonr month 15from
'eshipper can draw from ourAg ,
l. R-. Flehnikcen. 4sof the' value of thoe iot.
toii in mions'y or proevadsonia
The cot tiun will be subject ih ite order of
A charsge of' one per' cunt, a mnonth will
be madie upon 1anals bong hitfrom us.
Now Is 'the timo to ship.
no, 10-eowsw A UfRREY A 00.
WINNSBORJ ,4 C.
|RBesideantib'win Uanpt 1 H With~rs.J
OTICE Ii hereby given tbat Applicatio
will be mado at the nextSession o rke
. I. A.fHERR ,N~Jo-r
JAME8 'TUR~lIigi ,,
se ofal~geA w9~w