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11URALD can be obtained at this office
on the days of publication. Price 5
cents per copy.
Change of Schedule on the C. 0. &
A. I. R.-J. M. Selkirk, Sup't.
Read the positive notice of H. IV.
-jNotice to Creditors-S. B. Clow.
ny, C. U. P.
Ordi'nwee1 -G. Hl.MeasrI,
We have heard most favoiable
coiienlta u pont the vaIlue of tle iia
bures kh'own 1%g 'itlwani Gaunoa, as
lested during t'is last season. We
too glad to notice a reduction in) price,
whivh will extend their use. See ad
Tea faisici 8in Virginia united 1.
telo statement, tl4t a, Crop of oats does
nut tpiie atiything from the richness
Plow doenr; remetuber that manure
is.tie one great want in our system of
fariniag. Save everything that will
Lactie acid assists the digestion of
any food taken with it. Invalids
should therefore drink buttermilk I
freely at icals.
Now is a good time to subscribe for
the Nrws aid lI:RAT.i. E'very mian
in the District should have one of the
pal)ers at least. Patronize home first,
There aire svera} persons in town.
also, whom we should delight to have
on our cash list. That they appre
ciate the paper we know, for they read
it reguiarly and delightedly. Why
not give us a Chance gentleinan.
The Columbia P'hanix of yesterday,
Friday 20th, i-eports another brutal
murder near that city on the Wians
bord road, of Mr. Bryant Bailey.
Robbery, it is said was the Cause of tie
'T'he Ciien has come and gone.
Half a lelton stuck on a felon will
mater it. So snaid.
Milk diet, exclusively, it is said,
Pay cash as you go in 1871, and
keep the constable away.
hurlua rm-y at Ridgeavny I I
Fregist Depot Robbed !!
About mid-night on the night of
16th istitant, the window of the
Prcight Depot attt this place, was bored
i-iid forced 6pen, aid corn and flour
ltoleon The loss, we 'dersthod, will
fall upoh priVate parties.
This grand humbug gave two exhi
bitions in this plade on T1uesday last,
and was considered by all who saw it,
11ne3 of thon miost. complete "sellsi' that
has visited this town for some time.
TLheir performance was the poorest we
have ever .ben. The~y dv a few
poor horses, two vulgar elowns and a
Jut of one-hiorse actors; besides a host
of gamblers, swindlers, &c., who fol.
low upi the concern. We are of the
opin ion that any man who visits this
circus and don't "rdlieven his next
door neighbor of a "Y,'' at the close
of the exhibition, has a better
kbrve than we have. We have a bo a
gus one dollar note before us passed
on a iak--tende~r here, by somle of this
crowd. Grady has come and gone,
nnd we hope lie never will show his
face in Winnaboro again. Look out
'Ao fewdays ag some one fired a
Iiui.ket ballihrotigh the house of Mr.
If~ . R5'te\ly of this place, and on
Saturday nigh1ltba~mls were shot
through tne houses of two colored
persons in our town. We dislike to
chronicle sudh outrages as these, but
are ootbpelled to do so in order to
put our citizeons on their guard.
S3ome-body, we'prsame', is atuibus to
bring about ,a difficulty ; if so, let it
comne off ini the broad light of day, in
order that all'of us can. get a shoyving.
\Ve are tired of these miidnightshoot.
ings, and if they who perpetrate thoem
will only come out in daylight, per
hasps they will be helped to the end
of a rope, and good :eitiaens, then,
w'ill live more peaceably.
Grant and thae sout Na.
We clip these two paragraphs from
thie currespondenoQ of Penn5)ivania
"The public men here, of both par
ties, are much -alarmed at Grant's
striles to military usurpation, and be
lieve lie will aim to be President for
life. Trhe matter is talked of very
seriously among observant politicians,
"Since the late election in Georgia,
it is repoget that Genr,1tfran4 is
openly in favor. of, tor9 reqonstruo*
tion legislation. lt-.i. expeoted he
will addres. Congrtss upon the sub
jeot. and renommennd the annolntmar4
of a committee to visit the South and
report upon the condition of affairs.
It is marvellous that a President will
lend himself to such a small political
triok I but the marvel ceases wheni
the character of the present incum
bent of that office is considered."
Vonae to Texas.
We, lke the luiter News, have
to chronicle the departure of many of
our best citizens. On Jackson',
Creek alone, several families have
gone West. For w l..t I Their reply
is : "We e u live 1umler tle pre.i'nt
government." \Ve earnestly appeal
to those who have not )t gone to ie
main. This is our codntry and we
will have it some day, and from indi
uatioun that day is not far distamnt.
You may talk of the riches in the
West, but we have as good soil in
li'lrfild as you will fiad anywhere, if
it In cultivated right. Our advice i6
'o stay at. home.
The Sumter Nets, of the 18th in
-tai~t, says !
"Cup'nin IV. E. Plowden, one of
4tau';cest and most esteemed citizens
- native to the soil ot Sumter-will
eave with his family for a new home
a Texas, in a few days. We regret
o lose such men. Our country can
iottalford to lose them, and still the
)rospect here is not inviting for the
'uture, and the terrible government
inder which we suffer, together withl
.he situation generally, we fear, will
Irive away iany more of our good
eople from the land of their birth.
aid Still, we Fay, bear your ills aId
mirdens yet, awhile longer. Our still
,herished State needs y ou here, more
han ever be.'ore in her history. We
:annot give her up yet, to be a Sanl
)oningoor a lla.ti."
Wlit Constitutaes a tientbe
The following paragraph, clipped
rom an exchange, contains a valuable
rolume within itself:
"No man is a gentleman, who with.
iut provoeation, would treat with in
:ivilit) the humblest of his species.
:t, is vulgarity for which no accom
ilishment, of dress or address can ever
tone. The man who desires to make
Ivery one around him happy, and
vhose greatest solicitude is never to
;ive offence to any one, is a gentleman
>y nature and species, though lie ma
iever have worn a buit of broadcloth,
ior ever heard of a lexicon. Thei e
ire men in every throb of whose
ioarts there is solicitude for the wel.
'are of mankind, and whose very
ireath is perfumed with kindness."
llow to Keep Lard Sweet.
An Indiana correspondent of the
lincinnati Gade writes :
"Everybody knows how to render
ard ; but everybody does not know
'uai a handful of slippery-elm bark
)ut in it while cooking will prevent it
rom becoming rancid. It will not
pnly preserve it perfectly sweet for
ny7 length of time, but will impart to
a host delighful lavor. Try it.
The art of speech-making in non
ammi~tthl periods was lately illus
Raeda a b anqutet in Atlanta, Ga.
9retary Delano wvas present, anid
frered this tost :'Georgia-M..y
lhe soon have in the Utnioun, in all res
meet ahd in all pam ticulars, the place she
teserves." As this does not distinct
y indieato the place Georgia "de.
eves," we naturally turn to thc
peech in response for that informna
ion. It was given by Governor Bul
ook who said :"The sentiment
vhich our honorable friend has just
ixpressed is one to which 1 surely
iave not the command of language
>roperly to respond.
Plants thrive better in double flow
arpots than in single ones ; that is, if
he pot containing the plant is placed
naide a large one with earth between
he two. The outer pot prevents the
un from striking wvith too great force
m the inner one, and thus keeps the
>lant moist, and secures for its roots
more even temperature. Flower
ots containing plants may be kept
n lboxes, the Interstices bet ween the
pots being filled with sawdust. This
arrangement is valuable in the heat
of summer, for the box shades the
posts from the raya of the sun and the
sawdust retains moisture around
Gov En NOtt Sdo'r MESSA oFP. Th e
frcinv ille Mountaineer, in commiemt
ng on Gov. Scott's recent mnessngo, in
ayhich he refused to order ont the State
bilitia to sttppress~ the dassturbanees in
helcoun ties of Union, Spartan burg and
In the stand wvhichm Gov. Scott has
taken IN this miatter, he has fallen uder
the ban of the more violent, of his own
arty ; but lie deserves and will receive
the commendation and support of all
good pen of the State, of whatever
Says the Courier-Journal :The
3orner stone of a duel has been laid at
Atlanta with appropriate eeremonios.
l'hocontractors are said to be a ri ox
Fe'deral soldier and Dr. Sanmuel 1ard,
editor of the True Georgian. In the
worde of Moore
Dah, blame not the Bard If he fly to the bow
WVber platols and coffee are waitIng for t wo.
Dr. Tatt's Liver Pills.
As a purgatiso'miedloideetands unrival
led. Their action Is uniform, certaln and
safe. They are entirely Vegetable, and do
not cause those grIpIng palns that-most Pilla
rio. - - jan 10...1
Tho Body and its loods,
Considering tlie xtremo seusitiveness c
the hunian Doly. anid, that it i2 ulnprotecl
edl except by artificial cover'ng, from Ilk
action of chul. it is not si rtinge that at ithi
season it is liable to many disorders. Th
Skinl exmrciscs a powerful infhience ovC
lihe soauich and howelk, and i when its func
ions are initerrupt ed by sudden chills Ihun
seal lie pores ltikl prevelit eviaporatio
Ioni the stul- ae, fttiernal congestion is a
1to cnuto. TIec ligestivo orgii never per
tor'niI thir (i-:e lroperly w hen this is ilh
(ftro, a11d ite w;Ie nier cr of Ii "ysteml
whic dihould Ie, li1chIa1 itl part throug
tile perspiratory glainds, Illitiig Io ohie
uIullet tiin IIhe bnweisl anll thel. kcidneyll
con4st ipmit :110 1 :1 val ity' of lire n disel
P, 111 111:411A III* ntlet I Dlie ii r'i l l' i sl
VS are't4~i ' i tue o le 'I e ilt . )yspeg sin
where it exisi''. i ,0)n !zr:ivlied by Ilhes
cin Thie 1l (-i . Oct Ii cive p eveit tii oj
u nd11 renrtl y r.ilsiturba'ine of thiscd 0tintur
is H lte ieirll Stien n ii it's*L Actill it
It heu11b:11 u l ol nic. it lrouse fihe stoin
nchl :tti [lhe intieslii: eS, imparliling'o 11o thos
itlli'orit. 1 orgall 11 i it ,y Inallreg it
trllity. It ukio oilerittes is n Slildorifice b)
tomnit tHie vve. els of, lite Skill 81nd p1011101
illg thl.- free ipassmugt! of' exhauisted m111111
through11111 th t it -1Itual svive of' l'te mysit i
ill.i t 11n Ill dliilrelic, it gives It hlealtfit
imiin- illte nctionl of, fihe kidpleys, wherl
(here k a 41 a v tnc o tlrpsy, lnd si I
bloodt I m lpi- :mii l n iervine, Is It higihh
henletici et-ei: inl rheum -tfic Cases. Ill
colibins in h11pply pold'O. t i
ableriltive. nyphis elit, an4 tisi. h ik , dinphoreic
anot hit'i' I lio s proplertt ies reui rsile or Ili
retatiottof, a Itie m getllerlily disord er
Vd, and hi-ts o11.1 li nal as la inier Inl et1dicille.
The inli'roscope t s'hows ju he dolor of th e
latir due! to a de~position of iimeti its
siubsitance- When fihe hair. glandls beccomei
enfeeled, this pigenti I4li. One afeiri s
another flte atir Ilome witi c or faitl o.t,
producing baltness. Bhafdness is4 eaIsy to
ileven but hard o cure. Avn'S )I A11
Vmfi ons stops it : even reslores, file hair
o'nw ic eths: waiys restores i color. Im
l dvii le reLo f'tion i at oncl Visible: lift.
neis fre1hne. anid g of' of1.) yth. This
greal oernminettu shotithi be preserve-d since it
anm be ll b y . Itn's limtn le'lott, which is
he')11n adtifully clel a1d free from anything
in.jIurtious to th halir --Tribuneip, Sprilen.
V. : . .Ytl. j:1 1 5 i 111
Cx- -ur.Csr ---A day's ride in almlodi
Any pti of' o1r co1ury will show miore
1than1 onle pralctical ilhalstration Of (lhe para
,4v oft thie mwin whol commenced to build his
catc, without cou nt i Ihe cost. of of
tenl leaveout of their ecllaions such lit
il! ailters aS door., bl . s1 bes, mould
i"'s &1, andk- in the end fin- noc comfort in
I he house Which thley have built. Rlimem
her, itherefore, bef'ore bibling, to write to
1). P'. Toale, Charle.1ston, S. C., lihe lar1gest
ut-inuf11acturer (if doors8, &c , inl fihe Soul bern
Skates, for. an estiin'me of the rost of fhidsh
t"E- jakn 5-11m
- 1840 1870
- - e - -.......
Tile PAIN K iia.r is by uniVes1 alonselt
Allowed to have wote for itself a 1epua1111ion1
ulnsurpassed in ithe history of medical pro.
plrat ions. is inst1 ant0aianeous effot in h(lie
crIndicalion and exiinction of Pain in aill its
various forms incident. to (he huanrn family
aind lie uns1molicied wrilten nd verbal tes
4iniony of' tlie iimsses in its favor, have
been, and411 are its own1)4 be3t adlvertisellintlIs.
'I he ingiedients Of the PAIN KIa.I.K1l, be
i ig pure1-ly VEira1.411 , render it a perfect
ly safe and ellicticious remedy lakei inter
nally, its well its for external aipficlations,
slain upon linin from its use is readlily re
moved by washimg Withli alcohol.
This Medicine, jutsily celebratedi for 1110
cure of so inany afflictions incident to lie
human famiily, las now been beforo the
public over) -rinT~Y YEAnsi, and 1has found
i t way)int a)l4)nost every corner of the
wvorld ;tand whereverCI it. hias befln usiedl, thle
same)1 opintion is expreCssetd of its inodicnl
In) any aittack, where'4 prompi. notionl upoti
t he gyst em is requlired, thle Pain Killer ie
iiva4lul 119 ts abnOSt inis) antnnel~Ctll effect
in lI1'lievinlg Paini is truly wonderful ; andc
wilen used24 nieordling to directions4 is true
to its name,4' aI PA IN KItLLER.
Taxll ilo4)It vn htynI IN'. Thei mind hI
t he lenihant of lie body, and1) unIless1 Ihe tene,
menC~t is kept in good repair', the imm1iortal
occupanL~t 1s depr'esed, distraughit mliserna
ble, and sees things "as Ithrongh a glaso,
darkly," not na they realliy are. When th<
stomnoh is relaxed, I le liver torpid, Ih<
bowels die tr'dered, and the tierve's nn)strUngf
InvIgor'ate, vitalize, r'egulate aid tone thea
TAPRANT'S SELTZER APERIENT
11s a)perationl is certnian, painless and salu
tar'y. It brings theo action of these impor
(alnt. or'gans int conformity withI the li
of health ;the spirits rie, the brain clears
and the capncIty to enjoy life Is restored i
to desponding invalids,
SOLD) BY ALL DRIUO0iSTS.
O Y ST ERS.
E. W. Ollever & Co'ss
Of- Whero Meals ad be had at al
och~ 11 .
f BY virture of sundry cxcoutiionis to
- " directed, I will oler for sale at. Ft
8 field Court flouse on the first Mionday a
s the day following. in Fedruary next wi
D in the IgI hours of sale, to file high
r bidder, for cash, the following Perso
-'roperty. Purchasers to pay for li les
6,500 lbs. seed cotton, levici upon
the property of C. B. Watt, at the suit
14,099 lls. seed cotton, 100 hushels co
20 lit.uhels clton seed and 0i0 lbs. t
der, levied upon as the property of It.
r Ashfoi 4 and It. M. (.,apian, at the sutit
it it. Afiling.
60 bushels corn, more or less, 1000 il
dles foliter, bilt) lb's. ]it nCii ton, 250 Il
scid cttion, N t hishiels vollotn seed, lev
upon thle p'r.perty of T. C'. snllith, aot I
%1ui (if t'opelandlo & Beie donl.
I l ls cid cottoti, ionie or less, I
Ishels cotion teed, 10 bishels corn, 2
lbs, sIticks, 100 lbs lodder, leviel upon
the proptrty of letijamin Kiing, at the a
of S. lbulrttuiel, Triistc.
2 t ackQ of fodder, 1100 lis fodiler. m<
or less, 25 bushels corn, levied upoli as I
property ot' Simon .Iohnston . & Isaac itI
kins, at the stit of' John 11. Catlltcast.
2 mill stones,. at 1. Popo's plice, levI
1pon a t hie property of Est ale of .am
Yonguie, de'd, ilt the ntit of Satial, N
Keontit, AdImr., vs. 0, If Miller, Exor.,
17 head ot' entItle, I ntutre. I colt, 3 mu
and I wn-cn, levied iuion as the proper
of P. II aings, at lie -uit of Rohi. Bea
vo. P. IIAui ings and .1, M. Kirkind.
The stock of goods And store fixtures
tle Town of Winnsboro, levied upon
hile proporty of J. It. MolMaster, at the mu
of D It. Steve -son, J. B. Ferguson anI
If. Stevenson, Executors and Execuitrix.
L. W, )UVA L L, 8. F. C.
WVIIInSt oroJan11 18, 1871.
1 Y Virtute (f sundry Exectitinu a to
directed, I will oler for sale at Fairfie
Court iHouse oti the first M1ond:iy and 1
day following, in Februar3 next, within i
legal hours of stle, to tle highest hidde
for n't, fhe followitig Real Propert
'm-elt.asers to pay t'or titles nod stanips:
tine tract of land in Fairtield Coun
containing 330 acres, more or less, lying c
the waters ot NlcClotid's Creek, and a
joining liilis of Wyatt. Coleman, .lo.. Mi
Aleekin, Mrs. D Mobley: Divid Sievans<
and William Smitih. Also one tract of li
in Fairfield Coouitty, cotaining 1601 acre
More or less lying on (te waters of M
Cloud's Creek and atjoining lands of J.
V. Legg, William Smith, lstmae of Dore
M obley anit Eitate of Bird Chaiiminan, le
ied u pon as tlie property of Asalph hill,
the suis of Mary J. Mobley. IExecutrix
One tract of hind in Fairtield Count
containinig 633 naors more or less, boundo
by lands of C. Leitner, W W. PllHig, Esta
J. W. Jones aid 1. Pulllig and Little Itive
levied upon as tle property of JouI
Fenley at the suit of It N. Lewis.
All tho Defetidents right t itle And intere
Ia a certain t rat of land in Fail field Coi
ty, continning 296 Acres. more or less, lyit
on l'tIle River, and adjoining lands of I
11. Krkland, Dr. larrison Owens, J. 3
Kirkland, W. IV. Kirkland, Thomas lain
and others, levied upon ts the property (
Josephi Keller at the suIt of J. M. Kirklat
against Jobephi Keller.
L. W. DJVALL, S. F. C.
Winnsboro, Jan. 14, 1871.
Sale of Land.
John 0. lilnor, vs. The Prchbyterinn Con
mit ice of Hlome Alissions-In theCommt
Pleas Fairfield Comty -Complaint I
IN pursuance of an order of Court ma
in tile above stated cage, I will sell I
public ou cry to tie highest bidder hefo
the0 ('ourt. liouse dloor inl Witnsboro, on il
first Mlonday In Fel-ruary next, all that. I
of hand containing otne acre, miore or les
situate in the Town of Winnsbor'o, In ii
County of Fairfield, extending in front<
Congre'ss Street1 of said Town r distane
one hiundred and twenty feet, running ba
in a westerly direction to a line paralell
said Congress Street and midway bet we
the barn on said premises and the Presb
ierian Committee of Ilome Mlissions' Sche
llou~e, t.Id line being eleven feet and t
incl.es east of said School limise, ni
bounded on) the north by lots of .James
McCants. and on the south by lots of A bra
F. Lumpkln ; being mndo uip of lot No.
atnd Ithe eastern part of lot No. 10, on a p1
of re-survey now on file in the office of I
Clerk of e t Court of Common Pleas f
Fairfield Count y, in the ease of II.]
Clarke, vs. Anna C. Clarke, et. ale., and 1
part of a atrip of land purchased by Robe
8. Ketohin from James B. McCants.
'I'wets-Onelhalf cash, for the balano
a credit, of otne year with ihiterest, on
same fronm the day of sale, payable annu,
ly until t he whole debt anid interest, be al
Thle purchlaser te give his bond with a noi
gage of premises. atnd to pay for all tne e
sary papers rind revi'nm st ampsl.
L. WV. DUVA LL, 8. F. C.
Sheriff 's Oliee,
Witnnsboro, Jan. 1i, 1871.
FAIR 11FID-19 i.QUlii
Thlomtas Lauderdale, vs. Nathian Parr
Jamies elston-Or'der of Foreclosure a
I N obedience to an order made in I
above stated case, I will sell before
Court ilonse don' on the first Monday
February next. withtin the legal hours
bale, all that plantatioO or traot of Ia
known as the Dansby Landl, cottaininig Fl
flundred and Seven Acres, more or le
ndjoining lands of D. B. Kirkland, 0O
Shaedd, James Aiken anid othiers.
Termis of Sale.
The eost and expenses of sale to be pi
in cash on the day of sale, the balance
the purchase money on a credit of t wel
months, with interest thtereQn frotn the d
of sale, to be Ict-ed'e 'y b'ond an'd to
personal sceourity, and the title deed not
be delivered to.thet purchasor unitil the pm
chase money is palid in fuill. l'ufehaser
pay for all ncoessary ptqpers and reven
stamnpt. I6. W. D.(VALI, 8, 1. 0.
Winnaboro, Jaen, 12, 1871.
Jan 14-x it2
B Y consent of all concerped. I will sell
the late hiomestead of Dr., James
and misecellaneous article.", on Saturd
the 21st Jansiary, 1871, at 1 P. M,
T~rms.l'1wenty dollar. oash on ebob
[ tiole, and for the balance a sealed note 'w
two good sureties, payable 12 months at
date with lher~~frohd Ratei. .
B3ENJ, P. BOULWARE,
Jan 6.1award ..,,..
NO. 2, BANK RANGE.
On and after MoNyf , 1 1 :t ll Decemnber,
ntecil Januccary it, we otfer otur immense
re stock. (otvt of the most vamied ever in
hie Wnnboro) fit prices tiat cnotlml le beat i
. ancywhere in the Stlte We do this becautte
we have move to ol lite ist of 1aitmarv.
and wie desire to reduce ouar st oeck is mluelh
c- CON IITH TUBl Cit 1I i X D
(.,J.3// U.V/, Y, p
cis nitl yu will get goods cheaper than in e
5,000 Pairs of Shoes,
m wirranted free from wootd or paper, and
l gunranteed in price and quality ins this
-. large stock.
LADD BROS. & CO.
'OD 'OIGIV lU 1tJ I~II
e o tio los om sao.%tj liud .oj lin)lIlnug (i
Id 'ino plos st >ois o.pua .1no uno
a *)up ptil ltCVtJ )I;(';, M01011i IcUC IV Ito:; It!.%%
r, lpUu '6au01cicnq .lto oxituitlo 1 puolut 0,%t
F. 1W") mOp)[ pll IV
04 6t;P000 KJ(]
ft o ixr, Kaui
TOV OSITW'ao Iti
ji 13 o IV. fbi ?'IA
.ht Bakery S fin 0 (I N c 1c1m1rL
A LOT of Pure Candy, just recievedi
and for sale by
doe 13 H. W. DESPORLT F.
JUST RECEIVED AT
Whito's JBakery and Confectie ry
FRE81 suplyof Leinan, Ortanges.
n Ccoauts Eickles. iharditnes, Oytierc,
0 Brandy Pectobos, Put e UCandies of all kinuL.
c aksPien, Fresh Breed, &e. Cal-es
of every variety nade to order. Give . e a
Lt . 0 , A. WITE.
Homes' Early Prolific.
Fii'st Premiani at Charle~ton Fair.
'ri.E undersigned have onc hcad. and for
1.salea lot of Ihomes' Early Prolific Cot.
ton Seed."c Its ndcvaintnages are that it ma
0 ures earlier thean atny other seod planted.
Sby from 10 days to two weeks, anid ItIs boll
Sdo not fall out. These seed wore grown bcy
lThomacs WV. Rtabb, Sr., one of the most suco..
cesstaul planters In theC t'olnty, His crop
yieldeod him Nitneteen llundred pounds per
We offer tihe seed at, Five D~ollars per
sack, of two bitshels, orlThree D)ollars for a
at single bushel.
r jan 14 KETUIIIN & ROBERTON.
r.Notice to Creditors.
rI David Stevenson. et. al., vs. John Steven
son, ot. al.
e, (1tREDITOR8 of thce eftate of Samucel Ste
ce ~Uvetnson, dec'd, are hereby ccocitled thcac
,1- .they are required by order of lice dourt in r
d. |the above caume, to .present and esta~blish
t. thebi claims before the Clerik of thce Court
s- on or before Ihe lst day of March, 1871.
8A ML. iB. CLOWNEY, a
Clerk's Oflle. 14th Jan. 1871,
- Notice to Oreditor's.
'. Geo. Ti. McMaster. James Ri. Coekrell,
Sami. R. Johcnstoh, vs. Jane Ii. lion. A
dborough, lBurrell C. Rosborough, MIary ,
E. Oates, Mqtha J. Vani Ness and her
her husband James HI. Van Ness.
he (1IRDITORS of the estate of James F.
hce 'JRosborough, deceased. are hereby noti
in fled that thcey are required by order of the
of Court in the aboye cause to present and en.
id tablish thceir claims before the Clerk of the
ye Court, on or before thce 1st day of March,
is, 1871. 8A ML. B. l'LOWVN EY,
.C. 0. P. & 0. 8.
Clerk's (Ominc 14th Jan., 1871.
od - OR C
Ul fRtON, Currents. Almonds. Peent Nur .
atRaisins, tainMacaroni, Fresh Candy,
Buoheat Flour, Pulverized Sugar, Oran
lated Regar, New Orleans Syrup, Can Oys4
tors, Salspon, Lima Bheans, Green i'eas,
Pin4 Apples, ('imoimnati Apples and FlorE
ae a~nyotbdw taiqeoihngs toq Innsbo $. to
metion, to be dold low for the tlASH,
ET WAN GUANOS,
SOLUBLE MANURES, AND SULPHURIC ACID,
ManliutMetur led ait thle
E T I W A N WO 1 K S,
SULPHIUl'0 A('ID AAND f l1'Et-IIOSPHIIIA' E ((f mINV,
11E w e , f' n11 IWA N 6 . . No i. tnnutlin Itled inn II .. Naz ise iltple
Pll ti t' V l 11111 1 lila. 'Il -e P l' l11(S in tht i t al st- fire1l
m'd reinii e. Iv b pr 1 it , )'( wder, a.4 nuele Fohibh- by FItiphtlie Af.d. 'I hiComU
mnly halve nowi ill 4 11l it' fio t. h1r1'1 pv e , 41,111n ..\ tid Chnmbert1 fl . ILI,, iklt ive.,
oe t. "to le t o n .' 1- 11114. Ill.! v b t l 1i (i Iid l st gr iple o ' ilizert it
eing ClemI tt fhe gret t tttilr e propo.t en of Colle l e wyili 7.er
nrltiuls, the 14-s the .'111ou ifiy li<<piin er ner Inl or:ler t,1 44 11:4a . P e I ttilizer conl.
l't. Ill'.mnin t ol P u1111 h inl i fli..icn (it q la i A s fite 114' .j titie ;h F t esii 1 10 theCom
Alny liminutUrttie nnld olier. forl f-nite
Vnirranted to coninlin oi f ill 20 1.-r1 <-v-u. 0f, ~ hn l(1n14 I'l ' splante of lino. and14
ieon 2 to di per c ll o t n i .i , with t let iuid it l:'ioni of' 'ettivia atinlti o anidy I
f n h. lo a t 10, eritiiS. I's ice 4(0 Io r te: -. n ii li te g roitti lo aonl in
rest '4 per- eeni(. per n u m
3DISSOTN~VED :B ~.>N E~l
lhi 0 n ot, ti i l e fill 1, :t. ,,e I t, , r fi r I 'l i c r i , licig i l i tll nt xell.lt
Fei tilizr, tiA ' pcii' t y tti ed i r l ek t p(I- t. AsI lt1 A lii inire it ai t ie s of Ful phy. rie .\vid
re u1st-i to theselhe the P'L~O ph ltis wvill bie A iund a enpC11 and conlvett i ie to fly toy
"tIt'aI t 11d ill n erial. Thgi e tdefuiihed wiill bie ltn !'N to 20 per cent 1)issolv d
Wine i hosp lln Piles %..1 I el. i-n. ans - tiE e f i ll45, with iin 'ti t l't i ier cenf.i
I n u . o lill higer A li el n1 ill I e fil tiil id to ictde tit til additionai l prtice per
STANARDOUARATED A I 'I P -A E
pretally prepar-ed For Compostinig with C<>toil Ot1ed .millin1- t i o n anuInittid
riee poer A to R, e ; on tin.e. 4W . t ioh ttiltt- it 7 1 ir en ilt. oertltm.
t Wmuch lower ras, consisi Dig sintply of t ive liie 8losphtJes grotnd to powder.
rHoe $20 per tol, sh ; (n tiine Se22, anu inle t attt , per cent, per ani ini.
Agens, No. 14 dgeri's Whar, i loarleston, ns o.
N. IlI.--Thie e a issolved lne 'l'ihop tttt of ltine a -I. Amilmonia in all the
iwa9, is neerlainked at thle Work$s. by their C et'isi, tcro'e d olivery. 8hul1Y d anly
rl Tiseri he issatisfied, ho may rettrai avesingo mples ' I ally purchase, wvithil (0)
lys aifter delivery, anllo will hi. isnl]! ed nulow, 11111 anly deliciencey inl lihe Pleteentaige
lavanteed wvill bie n1,11le gomcl to himn by thle (0o111pany. jan 2-1)-3m
WHANN'S RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPATR
VALIE mi NV. 7u m'ilcln, S. C micci o 'fi~,eii Or'a
W I LMIN t TO ND EtL
S. .,01AtlatGEO.t it'
iTile r a itilzro'iliCos
.n . -'ertilizer on All CropnS proves tit t b
tie Besi itti l t N ur1yetiit l tow l ered
A ~ in the inarket.
11 hass biteen use-,I by mnany of Ilhe lmt
eimment a liat.ers i ll tte 8 o0 u it, itt.d
-RAWBO1E 10,very Sil l Insta1nce It lilts
Gi velt it t ' e sitisiletio t.
Pi MR V018p, VAM . Onl C11olln its effects huv17 beenl particlt
larly mrsked. It i no rr noting aor
STANDARD GUARATEED Whann's 1l't .1ofJ1pha1te to inerenseH 0he yield
Reauls, 1roi nehundred to Two linmidi ed la r
Sen , Orevel ti le,
MANUFAC D BN). C. Dixon, a1 e1nin .iter Of
r & l.n1 that ink ill exit o rim -it
wth seen'ea.dn duerloshae and.
Gunnos, Il Whann'l prove l itslf tie beft,
l' till those tried, payirg a Net Proit (even
adt tile present low pice of cotton) of
I S $20 90 per acre of cotton. A copy of Mr.
Corr m 11 Rixon's1 1eter, gdiing d,1tail6s.: Will be fur
n utg i end onl pplication.
SION MER, oFR PATR Y
CL AG l.11,N, H EilING & 00,,
Charksto, S. C. 1and Aug1usta. Ga.
Selling Off At And L COM3T A OID
PJl08Pil A'1'E OF L IME1,
sotn ofadis'Dres wJooul COTTON CREn,)
01l1111 Hagrticle is mainnufactus-ved by fihe Pa
A cirk0t-i n 1-11 '.)MmIoy aIt ('1har eson.
I. .,iniestl cp]erntl thfti1enCo wo' D' '.
BE3OW G ocosT t it. ,. n l en coted wiANth
al equal W ight. of Cot i nseed, is results
hoaveFbee fonu full yvepn so hro ntd
(rKrsn suAt(I~~~ * 015t etits. odits eomyt muto
cs n flretadbztasre t omm Crredit tog te, aotit f endnteragene
I Allh~i eFos Ispecalfbecrd bteotiglan Shadompstii n
iii llcteriiiforlsuotpfi budappoydto
FURNIngUAe, Clso, &.
Juo. R.rRussof' CoiGeneralt.,gen1s
'i'y barlTriedlto[beC -- en The- H- soyo hePebtra
Chrhinn lo11 ek $rl aoia E A LSuth Car859a-b
hor th ao- QwiltCRIeRsolodtlowbovorork wil
alllendoeaioloryorsors REIETheirJ oist toDu
jan 14 i~' ~,T and orm tore ofiznso
anHiand sellaN'a(lgaiosetBerics, ati wsul
rAjulo'tlf Pine tnel Comonttigar ot the
O rii0 Eat*iDrg and lof k tol r od n nsoe
AlKgETaWai'ell M ATER &rs~d llIE.
31roEarubscriborall sellingWoff his ed Jere
sTck ofLades Dres Goodet. C r or ndoveawykaooioi
Aowls. Gfoction.orltneos, wlatstand
Jd Lai DepCarall of PRVAEhichRNSEN
iJhes t cloise out the ab8v braehssof8a his~ol~ ,O
'a~y ofFamtirl jape'r~ie* FluBonet-'~'i.'T
ir, 'eoen Oi A xle Ortlese,0&e. Gent
engMdeCohig i i. , &c. i
>t5b'xcledfr hapos n drbii