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Carolina Notional Bank-W. D.
New Arrivals-Ketchin, MeMas
tor & Brice.
Jut leecived--D. It. Ffe'r'nikon. u
Southern Life Insurance Company.
-J II. Miller, Agent.
Flint Hill Chapter No. 2, R. A. M. r
meet on Monday, Gth of February.
MasDic Meeting Thur.day evening
Februiary 2d. s
At White's Confectionery-G. A. I
Groceries-Woodnaard & Law.
Juat Received - Bacot & Co.
Taxes ! Taxos !-Johti W. Claike, j
Giocerie-John McIntyre & Co.
Murdter Will Otil.
It seems thaL a colored man by the I
'name of Powell, mysteriously dibap
'peared from Ridgeway, in this Coun- t
ty, on the i'th of Deceber last, and
aftterwa'rds it was hinted by par ties that
he hbd Leen killed. Colonel S. M.
Sunrt taking the matter in Land
caused the arie., 'of Sp0r off
ian, Muckra Vandross and Sandy A
Thu'niio, all of whom positively as
Sert 'that Puwell was killed LyIIe nry, b
Ihouston. Shlea'Iff lu'Vall anid Cjlorel e
Smart have sAceeeded in arredting I
Ilou-ton who is now in jail. Thu %
b'dy of Powell has never been found. I
but is supposd to have been secreted J
somkewhere in the neight6orhood of a
Ridgeway. Powell is represented au i
being a, loafing gtnobler, and it is P
said was killed for his money.
Since writing the above we have s
received the fulloiving ftom Ridgewa):
Yesterday (Munday) morning, the
citizens of Ridgeway, and vicinity
asscibled, and made search throug.
Woods, fields, thickets, and snamps fui
the body of the m*trdered Powell ;
and were rewarded by finding It in a
wild, desolate jungle-a place design
ed apparently by nature for deeds of
lie, Powell, wus buried about three
,feet below the surface, and the fresL.
'}y dis-urbed ground adroitly con.ceal
ed by leaves and baiars.
The colored people were deeply
enlisted, and swou exhumed the body.
We forbear comment.
ilr'. T6hn M lackorell, S. B. Dunbar,
Id othere,. *e learn, arrested yester.
day, near l1laatock, two culored in
dividuals, supposed to be.the inurder
ore of Sr'. 9cepheiis, at Unioh Cb. H.
S. C., some time since.
Milly .Jackson, a cplored girl, sen
tenced at the last sitting of the Court
'at this place, to be hung to morrow,
Friday 27th, instant, has been comn
muted by Governor Scott to fonr
years hard labor in the~ PNitentiary.
.We are sorry to learn that Mr.
Fletcher Walker, Deputy Sherifi, ac
cidently shot himself, a day or two
ago, the ball taking effect in the thigh,
making a painful though not danger -
ous wound. Carelessness was the
'eause of the accident.
Rur-al Carolnin for Febant
No agricultural magazine, from
any part of the country prints monith
lso muelh matter of direct home in
terest to the Southern planter and
farmer as the Rural Carolinian. Its
co~ntributoi-a ar'e mostly Southern
planters of l arge practical experience, (
sioih ha Aiken, Pendleton, Graves,
Jones, Wilkes, Berckmans, and other
equally familiai- names, and its con
tributors from abroad are v'ry dlistin
guished men in their special line, as -
Dreer of Philadelphia, Dodge, of
Washington, aad Coimmmiissioner Riv'
et-Carnac, of British India. The
resent nmbei' is no exception to the a
l-ule. Pendleton's exposure of Ville's
l heory of farming without manure,
Aiken's second paper on Southern
atock farming, and several first-rate 1
apers from various planters on ea
periments with commercial fertilizers,
iWill be read with interest by all eni
gaged in rural pursuits. -(
Winnuboro Cottout Market.
Saleii fdr the past week 317 bales. '
At the firat of the week prices kanged
from 10 to 18. During the last few
days, anticipating the amrresider of
Paris, and the probability of peace,
$rices improved, when the bettor i
qualities brought freely 13} and C
songe few bales 185o.
Sales yesterday about 75 bales at a t
decline of j to to. on the severil 0
grades, the larger proportion of cot
ton being of an inferior quality, rang;..
fng from ,10} tol
By reference to our advertiving
Alumnsa it will be seen 'tiat the
'reasurer, Mr. John, W. Clarke, will
ominence the collection of Taxes on
he 1st day of February, froin which
iwo till the 15th of March, the books
'ill be open. Tax Payers had better
otioce, as twenty per cent. will be
dded to all taxcs remaining unpaid
flor the 15th day of March next.
Last Wednesday was the anniversa
y of the birth of Robert Burns.
A Columbia dispatcih to the Char.
>ston News says that it 110 tiiei
inee its organization Ios the Rlepub
Cali p- tty of the State b.en so near
isruption as it is now.
J. L. Southern Las been elcited
herif of Gieetiville county, by a ma.
)rity of 80~> votes, over his oppo
A in14ble inonuiniet has been
rected at Mount Ziin ChurebSalem,
the memory of tile Rev. Thona
Charlebton is Ihipping phosphatem
This is the latest avI of a Western
ot : 9"'Tis sweet to court ; but, oh !
ow bitter, to cout t a gal and then not
i Emigrant Cotiniut-g.
We have beeu informed by a relia
le party, that June Mobley, the fire
uting negro representative, from
iojon, finding that County a little too
arm for his comfort, intends remov
ig to Fairfield. We would advise
une to stay at home, Fairfield ha
lways beeni a quiet country,, aid we
itend it 'to remain so. If June
etsists in coinng to this County and
on't keep quiet, he will fiad it eun
derably warmer than Union.
Iumrailng i Newbery.
We learn from a private sourc<
hat the horn and stables of A. G
lIben, of Newberry, coptaining All o
is foi'age and eight mulcs', were en
irely destroyed by tire on Mondo
ight, 23d instant. It was the worl
f an incehdiary.
THE FNIAW Co'Nvic-rs.- 'e Dub
in fie wspaper.., speakig of tile terni
f the aine..ty to the Fenian coivietE
ays tht the conditions of the par
lbs ale that the rcleased prisoner
hall not return to Irelai,4 until aft e
he expiration of their respectiv<
enteness... ''hoso condemned to fiv
ears' penal servitude will be freed ti
eturn in about a 3 ear, and thos<
entquneel tojtgenty year 4 will ie ex
led for ffteen years. It was at firs
uppo.sled that the banishment woult
The Committee of the Methodis
3ook on'ru' on Friday, droppet
lie investigation of tle cargel
against Rev., Dr. Lanahian. The re
uIt is a 'complete triumpi~h for Dr
Gaiiahan, and he is replaced in hi
osition as Assistant Agent of th
80 Sacks Louisville Flour.
80 Saicks Nor. h Carolina Flour.
40 tUbIs. Ieish Potatoes--Et rly Rose
Icodricha, Peadeh Bow, P'ink Eye and Buci
Crn hleil, PowdIered, Gran'ulated, A, Ex
ra C, 'ellow C, and Yellow.
Old Gov't Java, Laguayra, Choice anI
Fhincy and Pliid Crackers.
Lemon Snappets, (Ginger Snappets, Dec
eri iscuit, Crcamn , Uiscuit, W ine,. A erat .
iemoni ainud.Soda Cracke rs, Flavorini; E~x
racts, Baking Ponvders , isannoxd Goods, &c
10 Ilhds. C. R. Sides, . 1000 bushel
eorn, eoli hand and to arrive.
We would ocation our frienids agains,
aaving their Pocket-Books t(hon)e, and wt
ril do all ill our power to oliange Large
jan 28 KETCIIIN & RLOBERtTSON.
'ilIt SO.dP, Sapolio, Arrow~ Root
.Warm Couifeoin, Seltg.r Apiorient.
onden.'id Milk, Geaine, Soothiung Syrup,
lue Mass, ToildL towder' Staroh Sotap
[0., No., at.,
KETLCIIIN, MoMASTE1R & BitCuE
homas Laudlerdale, vs. Nat han Parrot,
James Gelston--Order of Foreclosure and
N bedience to an ordler madte in th(
Iabove stated ense, I will sell before thel
eurt ilouso, doe r opi, tire first M onday in
ehruary next, within. the legal hours oi
ale, all that. plantationa or tract of landi
nown as tie D)iehy Latid, containing Five
lutindred and Seven Acres, mere or less
dIjoinin g lands of D. B. Kirklan'l, Gee.
hedd, Jamnes Alken an), ot hers.
Terms of Sale.
The cost and expenses ef sale to bie paid
ii cash .on the day of sale, the balance of
lie purchase money on a credit of twelve
lonlhs, with Interest thereon from the day
f sale, to be scured by bond and good
ersonal scurity, and the tileo deed not to
e delIvered to the purchaser until the pur.
hsaae money Is paid In full. P'urehaser to
ay for all neceessary papers andl revenue
campt~. L. W. DUVALL, 8. F. C.
finnsboro, Jan. 12, 1871;
-NEW ARRIVALS 1
Hooks asndl linges.
Iell 1h el.
Na Is, IrIugt NAils,
colson. Jule aSId
Manillai 'low Lino
61 ades, &c. I
Juvenile Jookg, &
Cloroform, , ..,'
1sorm Conl fectiour:,
And other Methcinses.
Speol 'I Iread,
Aid other Dry oods.
lOlR SALI: sly
Ketchin, McMaster & Brice.
WIINNSBORIO, S. C.
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK
Capital Stock Paid in---$200,000.
BO.RD O DIRECTORS:
L. 1). C I IlLDS, President.
Dln. J W. Parker, R. M. Wallace,
r JoIn S. Viley, Dr. .John T. Darby,
E'. Hope, It. O'Neal, Jr.
C. ). Melton, Attorney,
IV. B. asslick, C. J. Iredell,
Cashier, A.-sistant Cashier.
trIEapit a stock of thi 1s6 . is now
isa of which has. beensa paid
inl, 1a1d conirmed by 1;e Comptroller of Ihe
Currency. Authority la;s also been receiv.
ed fol a r reae I- he..::.::.0o
$50,000, of which over $20,00) .. has at
ready been taken. Persons wishing. to
make an investnmenst sbould app'y vit'huit
delay. The SuLrpluas Funsd ias nsw $,000.
or thrsee per centt uspon its stock.
- 'The Carolina National Bank is-sues cer
s titienases of deposit, beat ing iuntcreat a't-the
Srate of soven per sent. per annuim. This
feature of its business makes it practically
A S'aaings Bank,
-and attcnt ion is called to thea fact thait the
safety of these deptosits, as well as sill oth-.
ers, taro guarauteed by thte whsole. capital of
she Bank. No safer mtode of temaporarv
itnvetamenat is ofi'ered to the pmuli t han sis
-the deposits being payable ont demtand.
or on short not ice. Depoasitis 9(.'.ansy amsout
recived eithlaer itn currenacy or coisn, sand ia
able im thse satme. S Interest, will be paid at
thes enud of eacha six motths, showi~,d depositi
retsaitn beyonad that length of.:timae.
Coltumabia. 8 C., Jamssary 28, 1871.
jan 31--f aw 3m
I A1tir'ed o looking at your bills. I anm
unsable to bau,y cattle withI thsem, ands
woul ask thsose whose me fl to pay uap, if
Itheoy dlesire mec to constinute the maraket.
ian 31-fl WV. Rt. OIA RRISON.
j) flBUSII ELS chsoice Corn, 80 bble.
I1 J'Jchoice Fanmily, atnd Extra Flout,
by D. Rt. FLENNIKEN
SHERIFF'S SA LES.
B)Y virture of sundry axecutions to me
-~ directed, I will otl'er for sale at. Fair
field Court Ilotuse on the first iorany and
theo day following, in Fecdruary next wilts
in thao legal hours of sale, to tlae highest
lhiddler. for cash, the following Personal
Property. Pearchiasers to pa~y for ti les:
5,500.Jbs, seed cottosi, levled .tspop as
the property of C. II. Watt, at. the snait, of
itosborough Brothers., 0
11,000 lbs. seed cot tan, 10bushal crn
20 bushsels cotton sssd tand~ 1000 lba. fo 1. ~
d,r, levied upon as ithe property of R. D.
.Ashford and.tI. 1. (,hnaman, at thse sutit of
iR. I1. M illiang.(
60 butshela, corn, more or less, 10(10 bstr
4les fod~ter, 600 lbs. lint cottona, 250 Ilbs.
seed cat ton, 100 bushels cot ton seed, levied
papon the psropprty of T. C. Smith, at the ~
stit of Copolanad & fleardon. 0
1s600 lbs seedl cotton', mioro or loe, 125
bushelas cottons seed, 10 busahels corn, 200
lbs.,shaucks, 100 lbs fodder, leviedl upon as
t se proprty of Benjsamin King, at the suit ..
of 8. piarucha, Trsa.yteo.
'l stacks or* fodder, 1900 lb>s. fodder, more
or less, 26 haushaels corn,' levied ufon as the C
properly of Simon Jo,hsnston. Isrlaa. Hlop
kins, at the stuit of JoIt U. Cathacart.
2 mIll stones, at I. Pope's paco,. levied
uipon as thse property of Estate .of Jamss
t~ogie, dee'd, t the suit of SamI. 'Mc.(
keown,.Adtr., vs. 0. 11. Miller, Exor., of
17 head of cattle, I mare, 1 901t, 8Eules ~
and 1 wegon, levied upon as the property
of P. HastIngs, at the suit, of It,obt. Beaty ~
vo P. hlastings an'd 3. Mj. Kirklaind.
The stock of goods an~d store fixtures in
the Town of Winnsboro, levied upon as C
the property of J. Rt. MoMaster, at, the suit
of D). Rt. Steveson, J. B. Ferguson an~l E.
H1. Stevenson, Executers and Executrix.
Sheriff's Office, UV L, F.
Winnsh oro, Jaa. 18, 1871. a
TA X E! T.AX'1, ! TA XIL !
t UlliK Book fo'r the collec'lon of Txes,
will be opelned )tn th irst day of
chr;uary, 1171. '.., '.- ,
'1h peretllago' for State jnpoes is
liio Mlills on tihe Dollir anti for Coutiy
urposes, Tw o Mills on tho Dollthr
Twenty per cent. will be addel to all
fixes relauitining utapiid on the 15th dtay
f March next.
Ollico at lie store of I. P. Ditvilson &
'0. ,OlllN W. CLARKE,
ii 26 -1 in (a't iy Tretasurer.
D03 U '!.NOIif),; \ V 'i s' .- ,' nj Ii U1.
Jil .1110 11111l
1UU 1k;AttpI~ 1( ti .t l ili of pitltet a1
30 S110 (1 XNI if H,, 11,&
'0D 2P NOS(IAV(I '1
SIHl mu "L I &ONI
LL8L surlf "o is 10 .8SUI
Dr. SCHENCK advises Consumptivea to o
to Florida in Winter.
Having for tho lut thirty-five vera devoted my wholo
tAno and attention to the study ol luig diseases and con
sumiption, I fool that I understand fully the c ariuso that
ought to be putianed to restore n tolorntily bad case Qf dis.
eased lungso to healthy iioundness. Tio firat and most
lauportant step is for the pantiont to avoid takiag coll, and
th b1cat of all ptaces on tile continent for tis purposo, in
winter, Is Florida. wall down in the State, whore t1ha tom.
toraturo gegular, and not subject to such variations as
n Moro rheorn latitude. Pialntkn is a point I can re.
commend. A good hotel is kot there by Peterian. Lost
winter I saw sovtral persons horo whoso lungs had been
badly diseased, tlot wio, .udor the healing iailuence of the
clitiato fund y inmeicines, were v'ttinlg wecll.
Ono hundred miles furtliar d.'aon the rivikr ts a pohint
which I would prefer to Paittia, as the to-nperin"Ire is
more even and theo air dry and bracing. 1ellonville nu1d
Enterpria are located there. I should give a decided
),reference to lIelienvillo. It is tu o miles frum riv.!r or
aake, and it seems ainmoat aImpossible to te cold there.
The tables in Floridd might Va letter, nt ptti Into coll
plain at times, but that is a md bi n, as it In-lientes a ro
turn of aietite, lan When t i l tifce it the'l getneraly
Increase it leh anl then the luug anust hol.
Jacksonville, lihornia., Oeen C>ve, and mnny other
places in various parte of Florida, can be safelv recom
mended toeconsmnptivo in winter. My rensons for aying
so are that patients are less liatloe to take cold thore h aan
where there is a less even temperature, and It Is not necos.
sary to say that where a consuaa.tive person exposes him.
self to frequnt cOds he in certain to ie ahortly. Thero
fire t advicie is, go well down into the Slate-out nithe
rach If prevailing east winds and logs. Jneksonville, or
alnost anv otherof the lncnlities I han named, will beas.
at thaoso iho are troubled with ia torpid liver, a disordered
stomach, deranged bowels, sore threat or cough, but for
thosoe whose lungs are discased a moro Southorn joint Is
For ityen years prior to 1P49. I was proressiionail in
Now York, Iloston, laltinore and Philadelphia every
week, where I saw and examined on an average five haa.
drod patients a week. A practicesootelnsive-mlibraciig
every possibltao of lun disease-as cnablel ile to
undersitand the disease fall y. and hence tmy caution in
regard to takin cold. A person may take vast, quantities
of"* Schenek's Pulmonie Kyrai, Seaweed Tonic, said lan
drake Pills." and yet die If tie does not avoid taking cold.
In Florida nearly everybody is using Schneck's Alia
drake Pills Ior the climato i more likely to produce bili
Oha lifhts than more Northern iaeitaudos. Itita ll-estb
lished fact that natives of Florida rarely die if consump.
tion, espocially those of the Southir;in pnrt. On the other
hand In Now'England, one third at least, of the ila
tin io of this terribla diseano. n ta liie St es it
does not prevail so largely, still there are uany thousaids
of casts there. What a vast percontago of life ewoild be
savead if consumptives wore as easily nlaraed in regari1 to
taking fresh cold as they are about scarlet fi.r, iamall
ox, io. But they are not. They take what thy terl a
Iittle cold, which they are credulous enough to boiere will
wear off in a few days. Thay pay no atitetiaon to it, and
htence it tays the foundation faor anu.thes and another still,
until the lungs are diseased Leyoid all hope for cire.
3ly advice to pordon wotes lunigs are athected, even
aliglatly is, to lay in a stock of Sehenek's Pula e Syrup,
Se onek's Sceavcd Tonic adil Shnicek's Alnndrako Pills
and go to Florida. I recoiatend these partiilar imedi.
eine because I am thoroU:giy Aequainted With their ae.
tion. I know that where they aro used in strict accordance
with my directions they will do the work tjiat is required.
This accom lished, nature will do the rest. Thie phyician
%Who prescribes for cold, cough or night-sweate. and then
Advises the latient Low ailk or rido out ovecy'daly, wil be
suro to have a corpse on loin hands before long.
!iala sto give mny three meodicanos, in atecordance
witht to r rinted direciouns, except in somne cases ui here a
freer use of thie Miandrako Plis necessary, lily object
is to give tone to the atomtacha-to get uap a gi04 aapetite,
It in alway a gond sign when a I atisint buini toa grow
aungr. htave hiols of suicha. WIth a re iota for food
pn gatileaionof thiet raellsheocomes good blood, and
eaf the tun is. Then thaoeangha lootena and autes, the
t-reeping chtills andi cinlnmy nighat-swenta nto onger pros.
trate and nnnoy, and the pationit gets well-provido he
avoids taking cold.
SNow there are many consunmptives wthos huve nob the
means to go to Florida. Thec questaan maay lie laked, is
there nio hope for suacha? Certeatnly there is. Mty advico
to sutch is, and ever lies teen, to, stay in a warm room
during the wintier, with a lteprsture of aibout saesenty
degrees, which shiouildh belt reacularly at that point by
Irnnall of a thiermiomneter. Lot suicih a !.atient taka hisex.
ercise within the hiats of the raoim 'y wialking up and
down as muclh as his strenagh ii p ertai in order is keep
tup a heaslthn circintlion of the balcod. I line cured thioul.
sands by th i systoem ad ola di sOa againi. Conuanpltliars
is a easily eured as any ithe'r diceaso If it in taken idi
timen, nn~d jlo proper kind of tret atet is p.ursuted. The
fact, stands unidliputed on reoard that Schenck's PlmniO
Syrup, lahnndrako Pills, aid Seaweed Tianlo hate cutred
very nany ffrhat seemed to be hspete-~easew of cos
sumaption. Goe where youi wIll, youl wvilt be ahnllast certain
to find sorne peor consuaaptive whlo lies Feen rocued from
the. very jna of donth. b' their use.
,So far as the Mfandruko Pills aro'enneorned, everybody
saouldt keepi a eullih *aif taiem on hanid. Theay act en I
livoa bottor than oelott, nal leeve nose of its hurtful
effects behind, In fact they are excelht' in ala oases
where a putrgative medicino Isreq nired. If you liave par
laken tuo freiy ef fruit andi dinorhoa ernsues. a doss of
the landiarakes will cure 'ou. If -eas are suiijet Is sick
headachie, tako a dosie of thM Alaairsla~c Catr tia will re
oeo you in two hours. If you would obaviste 'the elect
of a change of laster, or thes to tree indullarenco in fruait,
takb onet jh, Nloadrakes overy n~iht air eaery other '
naight, nand lOll may311.,htrink wate~r,ar a aes
cas als -ueNre or eo, a Th~hoohuttr o~
. Ing a k aby thm TAhoy will lirotec: iho.,o who
lhve lndampsitationsn oainstehtillIsnand fivers. Tirytheom.
The nafrO perfectly hieainaass. Theoy von di yu gaod onahy
Intabnod liy proafessial violit In Iiostonl flad
Now York, hiut continuo to oee ,iatento at nay iaicie, No,
Ala N. SIXII Stroet Phliladelpha a every Slaturday, fromn
9 A. SI. t P. ?ai. 'hnse whoi us is a thloranga exsamina,
lien with the Ilespireer iila o chiargedl wv doiilar;
Tihe fleelpamoer delares thae exact C-mllaitin of thue
lung sad patientsea fondHl learnwhethier they are
lairable or not. Alt I dessi-o it ,tist inctlr undorotoe that
the aueof en miedicineas depende ant rely opon their
belu tae 'yee accoeding to divee41ah~ -a.- a , a
In conahauqiao' sall by lhnt ae pen ratnloae us
mnedicn and their systerns are brough I inlo a haealth
sendition thecrebay, they are not so liable to take cold, yd
no one with disased baingo con Fear a suddon changoeof
Itmos here wihout the I lbIlIty of greater or loss irrit&
dion o1 the brenchial tusbes.
Full directions in alt anguagol it company mmedi.
lines, so exjicib and clear that sny tine caho use thiet with.
su6 cnul ng me, and can be bu afrom an drung ist..
.. o. No15 N. SIXThf Street; Pbltjhin,
Notice to Creditors.
avid Sievenson., c et1a., vs. .Jlitn Steven
son1, eat. al.
111ED)ITOlRS of te earnte of Samuel Rlto
.J venasons, deo'd, are hterebay not itiedl that
aoey are~ requtiroi by ordler of thla Coutal in
1e abrovo causeos to preacent antd estahlb~I
icia olaimas before the ( lerk of I he Coaurt
a or beforo the ist. tday of Mareb.la 1871.
SAMAI. L,1. CI5OW NEW,.
C.C. P. & O. S.
lerk's Ollio.,.1-II hi Jtan. 1871,
NOtICO 1 t reditors,
co.,f Mlealiasler, Jaintai R. Cockrell,
borouagh, Bhurrell C. Ltoshorouttgh,. Mtary
E.~ Ohates, ni tha J1 Van No and. ittl ier
haer Ilhusband Jamies II. Vn Ness.
1IRED)ITOlt of lte estate of Jane. I F.
J 11, Shoroutgh,daltceased, nre hereby noti
otd hti a ey arv.reqpj~iredl by order of thse
purl. in the abpve cause to preset. andl es.
tblish their claims before 1th6 Clerk of ahe
oturt, on or before thae 1st dayv of Marchl,
. . , .C. C. P. & 0. 8.
lerk's Omlic.14tht Jan 1871.
jan 17fl 1id' - ....
'IOVE OYSTERS, IBlack Pepper,,'Damaily
)Boap, Suagar and Coffee, Just, reeived
now 17 0.
US 1I' 1 1 4 EIV1 EA .
60 ilailes . C'. 1lay,
10 "Northernt Mly.
000 Bushols Tennesse turin.
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