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O- Mr. A. F. Gooding will re
veive a fine lot of young mules this
11. L. A. Isalk, Augusta, Ga.
We beg to call the attention of our
readers to advertisement of hir. H.
L. A. Balk, of Augusta, a large
wholesale and retail dealer, in Dry
0oods, Boots, Shoes, &o., at prices as
low as beforo the war. See cards for
Lumber for Sale-Thomas Ander.
Notice to Conttaters-W. 11.
Citation-W. M Nelson, Judge of
Just Veteived 4 lut of very fine
10ats, at D. R. Flenniken's.
$25 Reward-Rob Sterling.
See the large advertisement of
hIenry T. Hembold's in another col.
bmn of to-days issue.
See advertisement of B. F. David.
ton & Co.
Sheriff Sales-L. W. Duvall, Sher.
iff Fairfield County.
beato Ma.A.W. orehaniko.
Scarcely has the sod fallen upon
the coffia of one good citizen before we
are called upon to shroblle the
death of another. Mr. Buchanan
died of phneumonia, at the tesidence
ot Mr. A. F. Gooding, on Tuesday
last, in the '27th year of his age, after
on illness of only four dayss He was
a native of Kentucky, but had re.
moved to this place sofi Aftoen
montasago, which he intendeA to
make his home. We tender our
heartfelt sympathies to his telatives
and friends in his natiVe home, and
would say to them that he received
every rpediew1- attention from a do.
vote*A physician; his fevered brow was
cooled by the hands of a gentle, kind.
hearted lady ; his comrades and
friends were ever ready to do any.
thing in their power to alleviate his
pain. Mr. Buchanan was a truthful,
honest, upright gentleman. le was
buried at the Presbyterian Church
in this place on yesterday by the
Winnsboro Hook and Ladder Com
pany, of which he was a 'zealous
member. Peace to his ashes.
Winnsboro Cotton Market.
The cotton market continues to de
cline in consequence of the heavy re
'oeipts. The general estimate being
a orop over 4,000,000 bales; one
fourth of which will, no doubt, be
manufactured before a new crop is
brought into market. Sales for the
past week about 327 bales. Last
week closed at 13c.. for L. M. On
yesterday prices were about jo. less.
StaIned cotton 10 to IiIe., dull.
Next Wednesday, to-morrow, the
~22d of February, is the comnmence
inenit of Lent being what is known se
The "iron Clad Oath" has been re
pealed by Congress.
At a meeting of the Directors or
the South Carolina Riailroad Compa
ny, held in Charleston, on Thursda3
last, W.'J. Magrath, Esq., was unani
mously rc-eleoted President.
It is rumored that BheriffDovitt,
of Edgefleld, was killed by a citizen
on F5riday last, while in the act of
levying on his property,
Since we have heard that the rumor
of the killing is unfounded, and tha
Mr Devitt has put in an appearance,
it is rumored also thath on Tuesday
lost, the Greenville and Columbia
Miaterial train, bound for Greenville,
was "waived down," and the engineer
thinking that somethaing was the mat
ter with the trestle ahead, stopped
the train. The engineer wan fired
into, the shot taking effect in his face,
seriously wounding hina.
It is reported by parties from York.
ville, that a band of disguised men
attacked the house of Ferris, Captain
of a white militia company and com..
manding the same, at King's Moun
tain, on Friday of last week, and after
setting fire, seized sixteen stacks
of Winchester rifle.
Ten negroes ware taken from the
Union jail on Sunday night last; six
of whom were shot, two hung and two
are missing. These negroes were
supposed to have been connected with
the murder of Stevens and Smith.
Art Ganlery of Messrs. Wrem k
We visited a few days ago the gal
lery of Messrs. Wren & Wheeler,
proprietors of the Winnsboro picture
gallery. Their rooms are large and
commodious, and neatly Axed up for
the Aooommodation of visitors. There
are quite a number of photographs
Perreotypes, Porcelain picture., which
they ha,. on hand for inspection. Go
to their gallery and select one, and
then take a "set." This opportunity
is offered to you only for ashort time,
and wh7 not embrace It now? Gon
then to Wrdn & Wheeler, ore your
shadow grows less.
These gentlemen take as fine a pie.
ture as any artist either in New York
or elsewhere. They guarantee a good
picture or no charge.
Mce~ldte Snitla Agent.
Mr. McBride Smith has recently
become the authoriled dgent of the
followings works :
"The Light in the East," a beauti4
ful book, and one that Is tomprelien;
sive, embracing the Life of our Sa
viour ; and the lives of apobtIes and
evangelists. This work is embellish
ed and illustrated with over 200 fine
"Life and Campaigns of General
Robert E-. Laee-13y James J). Me6n
Cabe, Jr., of Va. The purchaser of
this work, will receive a fine Litho.
graphic portrait of General Lee, on a
sheet 19 by 24 inches, ekecuted in a
life-like manner. It is printed in
beautiful, clear,new type ; and coin.
prised in one volume of over 700
The above works should be in
every household. For terms apply to
Mr. McBride Smith.
An Unfortunate Adair.
About a month ago a little Irish
girl by the name of Anna Gordan, in
the employ of Mr. John C. Mackorell,
near Blackstocks, in this County, re
ceived a severe whipping by the lat
ter, from the effects of -which sho
died on last Friday. Coroner Haw
thorn being informed of the fact, em
pannelled a jury, had the body ex
amined by two physicians and held
an inquest. The jury returned the
following verdict) "That Anna Gor
dan came to her death by blows at
the hands of John C. Mackorell." We
deepl$ regret thIs unfortunate affair,
as Mr. Mackotell is one of the leading
Irish citizens in that neighborhood.
Mr. M. is now in the custody of the
Sheriff of this County.|
We have received a copy of the
Rochester (N. Y.) Evening Expres
containing an account of the "formal
opening of Floral Hall," with a
sketch of the life of Mr. James Viok,
the great floriculturist and seedsman,
with a history of his business, accom
nied with his portrait and a viow of
his extensive seed warehouse. We
are glad to note Mr. Vick's succesp,
inasmuch that he is a brother-crafts.
man who has been fortunate enough
to exchange printer's ink for the more
agreeable vocation of fruits and low
An Aged Paper.
The Wilmington Sit,' of a lato
date, had the following paragraph in
regard to an rged paper, bearing the
title of "South Carolina ,State Ga.
zette and Daily Advertiae,'," and dated
Tuesday, January 25, 1785. It was
issued at Charleston S. C., and print
ed for J. Miller, Printer to the State,
Church Street :
The Star says:
"It is not quite so large as the
Charleston dailies of the present day,
being only about 6x9 in aso, and
printed on very inferior paper. The
Port News'' comes Birst under the
editorial head snd "Entered in wards"~
and "Cleared Outwards" inform the
reader of the arrivals and departures
of that day. The paper contains no
editorial or local news, being made
up simply of news from the principal
cities of the etd and now world under
different datesa all of which could be
crowded into one column of our pa.
per. The following is one of the ad&
vertisements, which would be a starta
ling announcetent, at the present day
"The Sale of Gold Coia&t Negroes,
by the Ship Commerce, will be con.a
tinued daily till the whole are sold.
WINTHRuC,, 'roD and WVIxNTHRP, No.
WatlasauTell Us of. thae
The following is said to be one of
the most brilliant articles ever writ
tea by the lamented George D. Pren
tice. How true it is, that "men eel
dom think of the great event of death
until the shadow of the grim-v isaged
monster fall across their pathway
"But the fiat of nature 1s inexora.
ble. There Is no appeal for relief
from the great law which doom.
us to dust. We flourish and fade as
the leaves of the forest, and the flowers
that bloom and wither in a day have
no frailer hold on life than the mightd
iest monarch that ever shook the earth
with his foot steps. Generations of
mon will appear and disappear as the
grass, and the countless naultitudes
that throng the world to-day will to
morrow disappear as the foot prints on
"Men seldom think of the great
event of death until the shadows falls
across their own path, hiding from
their eyes the traces of loved ones,
whose living smiles were the sunlight
of their existence. Death Is the
greatest antagonist of life, and the old
thought of the tomb Is the skeleton of
all feasts, We do not want to go
through the dark valley, although its
passage may lead to Paradise ; and
with Charles Lamb, we do unot want
to lie down k ha e rave, eves with
pt'inces for our bedfellows.
"In the beatiful drama of Ion, the
instinot of imnortality, so eloquently
uttered by the death of the devoted
Greek, finds a deep response in every
thoughtful soul. When about to yield
his young existence s saorifice to fate,
his beloved Clemantha asks if they
shall hot Ieet again, to which hb it.
plies : "I asked that dreadful question
tile that seemed eternal-of the
cleat- Strdaths that flow forever-of
the stars among wh6se fieldse of azure
my raised spirit hath walked. As I
looked upon thy living face, I feel
that there is something in thy live
that canhl)t really periab. We shall
meet again, Cletuntha."
There Is no caso of Conaumptiot that
did not commence with a congh. There.
fore the slightest Cold or Congh should re
*cive immediate attention. Take At once
the great remedy of the age, DR. -1 UTT'S
EtXPECTnLA NT, and thereby save years
of utiffering: perhaps lite itself.
fel 16.1 w
Investigation iN as necessary for the pro
tect ion ol' the hina-n body ngninst disease
Whetin tnhetllty intuences arc abroad, as
idd Ainlot' AIld granite rnstument#, are for
the pretelion (it 8h)s atiti forises when
assailed by sihit id shell. tHence, it is
desirable when thuse potent enemies of vi.
tality. damp and coll. pervade the nite *w
breathe, to put the s8';temvi i the best pos.
sible condition to entcounier them. The
stomach is il'e organ ly w hich every other
organ is nourished and sustained, "and
therefor.t upon its vigorous and tegular ao
(ion depends, in a great mersure, the ca
pacity of the system to resist the arsault of
!the Invisible enemies of health and life, by
which, at this inclement season, it is sur
rounded. Ilostetter's StomachI Bitters, an
admirable tonic and reguilating ileditine
for all seasons, is never luor eedlieid thali
in winter. when the torpifying influences of
a chilly atmosphere effects all th.o vital
funet ions. and renders the body extremely
susceptible. By toring the digestive or
gans, end the liver, ant the bowels wilh
this unequalled vegetable specific, a physi.
cal condition is attained which seems to be
proof against all varieties of tempo rature.
andl that is inimical in the air of wanter.
Defensive medication Is a precaution which
should never he neglected when danger is
present. and therefore a course of the Bit
ters at this senson is particularly desirable
especially for the feeble and sickly, As a
remedy for billiousness. dyspepsia4. nervous
ness and bowel complaitit there iu nothing
comparable to this wholesomne restorative.
AMoNo Tis INnIAN.-leut. ferndon
tells us that no tribes of aboriginees are
foulid in the deepeit forests of South Amari.
ca, from the Andes to the Atlantio coast
that do not ha've end use Dict. Ayer's me
dicines And Lowell cottons. "Tnitsoxr,"
"SUFroLIt." "Hloorr," are seent stamped in
large red and blue letters upon their gar.
ments, while Ayct'a Pills and Cherry Pec.
toral are among the treasures of their ha.
hilations. ThielC native Soil furnishes them
all their food and most Of their temedies.
biut they suffer from some ailictions which
must have the interp-sitzoh of higher skill.
-Sentinel, Liberty, Va
OUR MIANUFJOTURINO INTZagnsT-.-.-The
tfanuftelliretsuP th0 North hav s sked for
And obtained the 11slstance of the National
Government until they have become a bir.
deh to the people at large, and the tax paid
by the United States for the support of
these munnufacturers is equal to all the oth
er taxes put togetlhr. Let our attanufac
turer make goods of titler tilaity: Aid at
lWet prhees than othel manlifaclurt.h, and
theY can defy cothplition Without Usivern
ment helP Tihs, at leat. is ithe ban of
Alr. P. 1. T'ale, of Charleatn. -r C., the
largest alit) host slecesfii tnufethre f
doors, nasheh, blibds andi nmlduings In the
Southielh Slatei feb 1
Travelers are always liable to studden at.
talts of b)ysehtery andi Cholera Mforbus.
and these occurring when absent frokn
home, at-e very unpleasannt. Thle PAIN
Krtt.an may always be relied upon In such
cases. As soon asm yoti feel Ilhe siptouis,
talte one teaspanful in a gill of new milk
and molasres and a gill of hot water, stir
well tngether and drilik hot. liepent the
dose every hour until tolie. ed. If the
pains lhe severe, bathe bowels and back
wit hi the i.iediciniooclear.
In case of Asthinia atid Phtishc, take a
teaspoonful in a gill of hot water sweeten.
ed well wit h ,- olass: a nso hat he the
hroat andi stomach failbfiilly with the me
Dr. Sweet. ays It takes ouit thme soreness
In cases of bonesetting faster than ar.
thintg lie ever applied.
Fisherien so often estposed ts hurts by
hiavihig their skin pierced with bookb, and
fihs of ah, cnn be reliered by bathin' *iih
the P'ain Kile' hut soon as the .accident'ot
hit's tin this way the anguish lseoott ihiat
ed bathe as often as oince in fit'e itiit es,
say three or tour times, and you will set.
dom have any trouble.
The bites and scratches of dogs~ and eats
are soon otured by bathing with the Pain
Killer clear. feb' 1
A l'aOVIDENTTEAL RsMEDY.-The ?46h.
goose, bItten by a polhi~hous serpent, seeks
a certain plant, eats of It and recovers. itn
like manner thou~mands of European dys.
peptics, and victims of lIver eomplalnt, dis
orders of the bowels, debility, dropey,
rhetumatism, &e., Roek to the 8eltzer Liprng
in Germnany and Ate cured by its eslubrius
waters. We have this spring, in all it s
sanitary perfeetlon. multiplied ad i'tfinftuan,
in thIs country, in tihe forto of
TAD RANT'S 88LTZB APERIENT
it. Is the Spa mtade portable and available
for the uses of the million. The ,sIllion
use It. It Is the great. household medlaise
of the land, at once deliloous, refreshing,
and unequaled a.s ecorreotive ad alter.
*ess Dy assi savessept
HENRY T. HELMBOL D'S
Extract Catawla .
Component Part(s-Fluid Extrace 11hubar
and Fluid Extract CdtawbNe Grapie
For Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Billion
Affections, Sick or Nervous llend'ich
Cotlivenetle, etc., Puroy Vegetable, (on
tnining no Mercury, Minel'al el t)ele
These Pills are the most deligltiful plens
alit purgative, superseting castor oil, Nalls
magnesia, eto. There is nothing more tie
Ceptable to the stoainch. They give tone
and cause neither nausia nor griping paiian
They are composed of thefineWt ingredient
After a few days' use of them, such an inl
vigoration of the entire sy.sitem takes placc
na to appear niraculotq to the weak an
enervated. whether arising rromn iipr
dence or disense. I. T hembold's Com
pound Fliid Extract Cataawba Grape l'ill
are not sugar-coaed, "'om the fatct tia
Sugar Coaed Pi1s do not di.'solve, bit pas
through Ihe stoiach without di ssolving.con
sequeiily do not Produce the duaired effect
TiuF CATAWflA GRAPH l'tt.t.. being pleiasan
in taste nnd Odor, do no; ?teuensitate theii
being sugar coated. Price Fifty Cents pe
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
liIghIy Concentated Comipound
FLUID EXT. SARSAPARILL
Will radically exterminate fruth the systein
Serofula, Syphilis, Fever Sores, Ulcers
Sore Eyes, Sore Legs, More %louth, Sor<
HIend, Bronchitis, Skin bisoneist, Sall
ltheum, Cankers, Runnings from lie Ear
% hile Swellings, Tumors, Cancerous Affec
lions, Nodes, Rickets, Glndular Swellings
Niglht Swents, lash, Teiler, Haitoors of nil
kIainds, Chronic liheuaintisi. Dvspepsia
anhd all disenses that have been establishe
in the system for years.
DeIng Veptired ettpess'ly tor the above coin
plaints, its Bllood -I'trifying propert ies nre
greater thtan any oiher prepnralion of Sar
saparilla. It gives the complexion a cleat
and healthy eblor and restores the patient
to a state of health and purity. For ptr.
fying the blood, removihg all chronic con
saitutional diseases ariniig fron an impur
state of the blood. ftnd the only ielinbli
and effectual kiowh stiedy tor the core o
Pains and swelling or the Liones. Uleern.
tions of th Throat and Lege, Blotches
Pimples on the Face, Erysipelas and al
Scali Eruptions or the Skin, and Ileanti.
fying the Complexion. Price, $1 50 pet
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'8
coN ONTB ATtD
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
THE 6REAT DIURETIO.
has cured every case of Diabetes in whic
it has beehi given. Irritation of the Neck o
the lladder and Information of the KId
neys, Ulceration o1 the Kidneys and Blad
der. Ilelention of Urine, Disenses of th
Prostate Gland, Stone in the Bladder, Cal.
colis, Gravel, Brickdust. Deposit, and .a1u
cos or Milky Discharges, and for Enfeeblet
and Delicate Cotstitutions of both Sexes
attended with lthe following sy mpt ons a In
dispostion to Exertion. Loss of Power
Loss of Memory, Dillimulty of llreahing,
Weak Nerves, Trembling. lit rror of Dis.
ease, Wakeihiness, Dimhess of Vidion,
1ll-' in the Back, Hot 11lahds. Flu- hing o:
the Body, Dryness of the Skii, Eruption
on tie Face, Palltid Cohantetance, Unliwtsrunl
Ln[sitdo of' tle Musculae ystema, etc.
Used lay perstin f'rohn the'ages or eigh
teen to twenaty-five, and from thirty-fmve te
fifty five or ini thae decline or chantgo of life:
atfter continemient or labor pains; bed-wet
ting in chaildren.
lleimbold's ExtrnctelBuchn Is Diuretic
and ltlood-Purifying, and ctures all diseases
arising from haabitsc of dhissipation, and ex
cesses and untapruitlences In life, imapuritits
of thec blood, etc., supe~rsedling ('opaia In
Affect ions for which it is tused, and syphi
litic an'ections-in these dliseases used ina
connect ion withI lletmbold's lBose Waash.,
In trany affections pecu liar to ladies, the
Extract luchlu i. anequaalled by any othter
remedy -as in Chorocis or htetention, Ir.
regularity, PaInfulness or Stippression of
Customary Evneiuations, Ulcerateda or
Behirrus state of the Uternas, inu'corrheen
rnr iV tess St erihity, anid faar all comiplaints
incideht to the sek, whaethaert arisinag fr~om
Indiscretlun or habits of dlissipntioti. It is
rescribedextensively by the tuist eminent
physicians and midwives fur enafeeblead and
ltieicate constituations, of' both u-exes sod
dll ages (attended with anay of the above
dliseases or' symiptotths.,
I[. T. lielmbold's Extract Iluchut
CRN, itAtitTs oF aitsit'ATtONt. Ett.,
in nll thteiristages,ftil lttle expenise. little or
no change in diet, no inconveaulence atnd no
exposure. Price, One Do'air and .Fifty
Cents per Bottle,
lI, 'I, Ulillhold's lImproved Rose Wasuh,
Gonnot be surpassed as a Fa~cei Wdltltand will
be totund the only u'petiflo reineuhy In bvery
specIes ol Cutaneotis Affection., It speedi.
ly eradicates Pimple 8pots, Seorhutic Dry
nems, Itlduratlitin* of the C)ontaneotas Mim
brane, etc., dlispels liednmess and IncIpient
Indlamataon, Haves, Btash. iloth Patches,
Drymndid of Scalp or Skin, Prost bites, atid
all purposes for which 8.tlves or' Ointtmett
ire used ; restores the skitn to a state or
puarity and softness, and insti Cs contlitined
healthy action to the tiatsurs of Its vessels,
on whichl depends thme agree able cleainess
ad vivnclty of comnp lexion so mneh souagha
and adlmired ttt beaeet vlunahe as a
remedy for etaling defects of the sakin, If.
1'. Uilmbeld's lipase Wash has long sustained
ld prinqipit elAInm to unbouhdedI,atronage@
bypousessitm qaijatles . ih t-ender -1t a
t~o let A ppendagtf biftbt~mot 8tsrperlitive
and~ Congenja j chatracter, ontnblnI'tg In an
rlegdt ,fobtaIp those pmejtiinenf'ten si es
Sa t(P'fajl Eficacy-kbthe Itivariahb, ac
o nihp o.iau-is A Preset
tatifeatd lltft~uter af- the Cqmpileob e
It is - att: esoetlentI :LWIit' for d iseaa.
af a Syphilhltho' Kaittare,' antd as an in'
feodtsmn , fqif thi A$S. df.1h4,Uvarl Ord
gaAtfisInge fdnf ihaaitsi of didait ion,
used. 'E8nn on wfi~the~ixirIft hw
each. Sieasees at recominendEd, 2canet b~
Full :nd explUI~io ctIouaspeompany the
yIdep.e of the most respopalble and re.
with hundreds of thousande of living wit.
nesses, and upward of 30,000 unsolicited
certificates and recommendatory letters,
many of which arofrom highept sources in.
eluding eminent, Physicians, Clergymen,
Henry T. Helmb ld's Genuine Prepara
Delivered to any address. Steure front
I-tNblished upward of Twenty Years.
Sold by Lruggisls evetywhere. Address
letters for intormation, in confidence to
lENIIY T. IIi I(1101,I), Druggist and
Only lIep',t' i 11.T. ! E L11101,18 trnug
and Uhieiti WatOouse. No. M. lrond
wny, New Voik, or to [I. T. IIEi.\ttIujAYS
ledicl leyint. 1-4 -outh Truth Stree,
llewsre of onit e.rri-it. Ask fur IIEN.
RV T. IIEIMBIO t'S! Take no other.
LOO1C HERE I
Whett coton is kir-g. he people rejice,
The tuovey beinig plenty they rilnw. rot
But ply what is asked, though tle p'rices
And the .torekeepers wife dresses ti) like a
When cotton is low the laniters muti%
Their chilrtieti halt ediici. know not wihich
way oi lurn,
They seek for a stoIe that keeps pace w ithI
What for dollars they bontght, they must
now 'uy for diutes.
Such a Rt ore our friend Elder, of Winhsboro
Keeps op..n forf all no that Ier what natme,
All are welcomed by himii, and go well piens.
tlia goods ilwnys froh, and minall profits
Ilis clotlung will last, his shoes th'y are
Ilim groceries prime, will give healt It to your1
lie provides for the ladies, Licir exterior
Nor forgets iho daalchildien, with phums
lic buys all for cash, hence his < ustoiers
When for cash they will biy, that to hin
they tust go.
The crowd tells tie tale, and te -N:ws"
pass it ont.
Go to Elder's for hrgains, ith a happy
New. Yeair's song,-.
FRESH ARRIVALS !
Coll8s8tillg ill Part of
rTiE choitent variety of Irish Potaloe
. (ed, GA ilen Beda, 1acon, Lard,
Flour, Corn Ment, freh Buck wheat Flour,
self-rnisuing Plon., Cheeso Craelters, Cakes,
'andy. Pickles, 'atned Fhtlt .irandy
Peaches, ('herry Hlonnee, Oysters, Nuts,
Itaisits, Not megs. MAneenroti, &o.
A full supply of D~ry Goods, Genits Cloth.
ing. 1lats, Call, Mints. Shoes, over thirty
different styles, as for clieulpness and qnali.
ty cgnnot, be excelled. Millinerr, of the
latest sty'e, Cloaks, Slnayls, attal aliost
everything usually kept in ti first class
(rocery and i'Dry iCnods house.
All of which will be sold loN, for c'ioh
and cali only. All he nks is a enll frin
I hose I t t have lie greetbiteks, and get -bi-.
gain before purchtsing elsewhere.
feb F. ELDiiki
I IESPECTFULLY in.
forin tho citirena of
%ittinnthorn Anti 'Pittleld l'istril, that I
have a foll assort mnat of Watchos. Jewelry.
Clocks, 8pectacles, &e., ailwniys on hatnd,
an.I will sell at t he lowest prices, andI woutld
reispec fully ask the co~tnuance of 1h
pitronage of iiy ol riendes andt cutstomer's.
\ltl goods wvarrantd at is repr-esetdci. I tal
preparedl to do0 rIh kindt il' Watcht and Jitew
tiry work anti have alwayios a gtiod , lock or
material on hand, an't wilt gutarantee stis.
noction. Alt work wari-iatted.
(Ci~lA11ES MU! I ,
Recond door fronm Col. Bitin'sOllice.
NO. 2, BANK RANGE.
On antd after Mionday', 12th Ibecenmber.I
nil.Jantiary ist, we oftfer our itmmetnse
stock, (ot'e of' thtt moat vaiedi ever itt
W ittntborit) tat prbes Ihnt oannot he heat
anywher'e in the inte We dto this beenute
we have move to out the' t of .lanntaryi,
and we desire to tednte ouri StoCk as muchl
COMAE ITI H I'II CAS~If A ND )
nnd yant will gel goodu cheaper thtan Int
5,000 Pairs ofCShoes,
watrnhietd free front wood or papeP, atnd
guiarantce<'in price anid quality in this
LADD) T2tt08. & C0,
4 MEuD VAlIW-'gg 9618r
U. 11. Lamara nl Wife, vs J. N1. Rutland
and C. 1). Ford, Ex'orse of N. A Peny.
In pursuanco of an orter of Court madd
in the enuso above stated, I will set! to ite
igheslt bidder befoi'e the Court House door
in Winnsboro, on the first. Monday in
MInt Mh next, at 11 o'clock, A. M, tract
''A" of tie Gralitu Place, containing
1 35i Acres, More or Less,
helohging to eetale of N. A. Peny. deed.,
re-sold at (lhe risk of tile former purchaser,
L, '. Singleton.
Trru.sti -Ahout one fourth of the amount
of Id to be paid in cash. For ite balance
a credlit of ole, and two, three and four
yenr.-s. reckoning fron firlot Noveibir last.
Fir iis balance, purchnitsers to give bond
with two good sureties nnd n nortgage of'
the preinises. Purchiasers to pay fot pa
,e and stnmp',.
feb 1 --x21 Clerk of Clerk
B Y Virtur of sundry Exeentu'ne to me
direierl, I will offer for sale MI. iairflield
Court ltite on ihe first MorldAy nd the
lay following, in MAlreh nelt, *ithin the
legal hours of satt. to the highest bidder,
fI' 'ash, the following Real Property.
Piurc!.nseirs to pay for tl0% anti sbamlps:
One tract of land in FaifIlehl. County.
r-otaining 700 acre*, more or less, lying
In Waterce Creek, bounded by lands of
i..John Bliatton, Estato of I'avid Mob
ley. Wil. Thorn and Estate of J. T. Me.
Li'orey, le'vicil upon as the property of W.
1'. Thurn, e-t the suit. of J.. Riobruond
ignanst W. T Thorn and i nWm. Thorn, and
Aliher agninst Wn. T. Thorn.
One tract, 4f rand in Fairfield County,
J-ntitiniing 760 aeres, more or less, lIng
,in Walereo Creek, and adjoining ]an dI of
WV. r. Thorn, Estate of David Mlobley,
lhaniel M ellonald, W. H. Blrooks and Estate
,f J. L MAeCrorey, levied upon as the pro
u'rty of Wi. Thorn. at the suit of J. L.
Ili.iihotd against w. T. Thorn and Wm.
i'horn. L. W. )UVA LL, S. V. C.
Sherifl 's Olice,
Wvinnsboro, Feb. 13, 1871.
fet 13-t x2
lN pursuanc of authority given by the
wiln of TeiL. as Yarborough, decensed,
willsell to te highest. bidder at public
utcry, before Court House in Winnsboro,
al Monday, the 6ih day of Alaroh next, at
2 M . all the real estate lielonging to the
idl decenased at Iho limne (if his death, con
isting of the following, all in Fairfield
A tract of 17 1-6 neres, on M orris Creek,
int id ounded by tnotis of Tiioinna Brown,
ki liaindrieft nil I'utato of Aird. Yar
Also a tract of 85 acres, on water@ of
\orris Creek, and bounded by lands of
Itobet Crnwford, (eo Brown and Estate of
Trixis-Ojne-it:alf cash, for the balnnce a
wredit of ttelve n-unt he. purchnsors to give
iold foi- lie totio with interest payable
roin dlate of sato, with a mortgage of the
trmiies, and ito pay for all necessary pa
,er1s and rovenue sanips.
BANL. N. TRUE,
fetb 11-fx3 Excoutor.
n tihe listrict Cottrt of tie lniteti States,
For the I)isirict of Nouth Carolina.
.x-pari, W. P rut,-rv In ro .1 --h K Da.
vim, lanukrupi- I'(s on to .;,,t-blisha
'I CE is hereby givehi Io all crediters
N holding liena ngninst fhe Psoale of the
Veaeihinkrap:, that. :hcy are ;
ini.ed to establii their liens before ine at.
ny ,,lice in Yorkville. 8. C.t by the Oth
lay of Nairebl, next, and on their failure to
lo so, they will be btare-i from any beneft
nt he order for distribu lion of said lank
-opt's estate, herlannter to be mado : and
hat they show ctuse, if any they have,
lty the' priayer of Ithe pet itionea's sh~ouild
l,'iy orer' if thu Iton. (Geo. 8. iliyani,
nilge of the sai.l r'ohrt.
WV. t. CaA WSON,
fed 8-x3 Register in Bankruptcy.
811 E1RIFF'S SA LES.
Y)1 virlaure of sutndriy r xecutlionsq to me
id ir'ected. I will on'er for sale at. Fair
ilid Ct 'iil ousei on Ilie Ilrsi. .11ondray ainet
tie ,ly foiliowing, in March next with
ni the Ilegal hiour's of stile, to the hiighest
ill b r, for ensha, ihte foltowing Personal
'roperty. Puiirchosers to pay for liitles
One iron (tray Mlare, one soarel Mfare,
nie birown ttlorse, one blaicke htors Mute,
ndl one briown mfl' lte i levied uapon as
te properi'ly 3'ef tX C. Singleton, at the stit
I' A. F. Goodting.
1,. WV. DUV At,L, B. F. C.
hei~'ff '.1 Offle,
hinnsbloro. F'eb. 17, 1871.
feb 17-t I x.'
lIn Common101 PlIens-F'airfhlid.
itwarid P. .\obley, vs. John leenhower
Ordetr of lForcelosutre and Snle.
N obedience to on ordler miade by hIs
Ltonor J. M1. lintlantd, in the above
lateid case, I will sell before the Couart
loutse dtoir i a Winnsboro, on the first Mon.
cy in Miarch next, all that piece, piarcel or
rnet of toand inchtiding the Steam Mill,
lichuinery and Fixt ures thiereuzpon, lately
anveyedl t.o John Isenhlower by James E.
aid well, cont ahniing 6it acres, ntore or leste,
lng ande sitanle on the Wnios of AIiobley's
raniichi, Wattris of Weiee Cre'ek, In the
'onnty of Faoirfaold Slate of Soitht Caroli-,
a, bo'iuded by l'inds of Jam, B. Caldwelt,
:inicof Mi' inor Gladlden, deceased, aitd
ri' J. RI. ionlwaro, having such shape,
trks and bondt(aries, as will more frilly
ppea'~r Ly referenace to a pint of survey ex
onted by J. C. Caldwell, dated the 80th
''Trms of Sale.
Catsh, putrchasers to a y for titles and
t,. WV, DJV AI,1,, 8, P. 0.
Shioriff 'si Ofice,
vinnsboro. Feb. 18, 1871.
U. S.N'r ltr UidVENIE,
Ro00K Jhi .l., Fei.,. 11 iib, 1871,
WiI,L ntendt at Dr. Peako's office In
1.Wlnnaboro, from the 1st to the Ilia of
farch next, and at moy oflice in Chester
ram 18th to the 18tht of sanme month, for
he pt-pose of r'eoli~Ing lit'tiS for in
amio for the year 1879, and~ ogcnee dating
om 1st May, 189I olf ilAtubr a Wd Tobacco
ealers, also Legmoies and Suo'ssions..
he penaltIes of thte law will be asssd
J. Ta, WA TSON,
A ps. Asar 4th. Dam 84 Cot. DIst. 5, (.
feb 14-t2xl ___
WIL visIt the following places s per
dates bel'w : .
D. C.' Rosboro~gl's PtM'te, Vebiary 20.
Feneol,-illo,fbftr ad 23.
Ilooks and IlingOC.
Nails, Wrought Nails,
Cotton, Jule and
Mlanilla Plow Lines,
Juvenile Books, Ao.
And other Aiedioines,
Andother Dry Goods,
VOnt AL b'
Ketchin, McMaster & Brice.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
K1 CH1N & ROBEIlT ON
80 Snaks LouIsvillo ploor.
80 Sacks Nor. h Carolina Ploir.
40 lBbls. Irish Potaoes-E, rly Rose,
Geodridh, Peach Blow, 'ink Eye and Buck
rushPed, Powdered, Grannuinted, A, Eta
Ira C. Yellow C, and Yellow.
Old Ov'L Java, Lagtayra, Choico and
Fancy And PlAin Crackers.
Lemon Anappeta, Gingor 8nappets, D1..
sorti ltislt, Cream Biscuit, Wi no, A oraleCa,
[Lemoh and Soda Crackei', Flavoring Ex.
tracts, Baking P'owderis, Canliod Goods, &c,
10 lida. C. R. Sldbs, 1000 buashols
Corn, on hand and to arrivo.
We would cation our friends agatnsa.
leaving their PtUket.looks thomne, and we
will do all In our power to change large
Jan 28 KETCIIIN & ROBERTSON.
We ae Focedto Sell for
Cash Only 1
From this date I intend doing a ,STRfChj'
LY CASII BJUSINRSS.
There is r.o use to multiply Words. IJan
required to payi C'ah for everything I buy, and
those in want ofi! my[Gooda muet liketwise hand
in the Cash
No orders for' goods will be recbived unless
accompanied wtl I/C ash.
I :wil! carry' out thie rule writh everybody,
without regard to "race, color or previonseconr
dilion." And therefore none need Complain
breause .1 refuse thsem credit. I credit none,
Those indebtled to mue wdll find it to their ina.
terest lb call und settle soof. 1 Wvant muonaey,
and Ahoney I mutahave.
JTM.t E.eo i'O'O (d,
FLUR COFFEEi?,, Sugara, Canned
Oyaters, Iamnily Boap, Candies, Smnoking
and Chowinig Tobacon, &a, Also,
I Barrel ilufordl's Fino flye WhliLkey,
1 Barrel Fine Nectar Whiskey.
Jan 2flt Ji, W. DES~POR~TES.
PACIFIC GUANO CQMPA NY.
rpnls8 GUANO is now well known in all
.Ithe Southern States for its remarkable
effects as an agency for snarenuing the pro.
ducts of labor, as not to require special
reconmmendat ion from us. hIs use for fle
years past ins established its aharaetar for
aeliable excellence. The large fixed capt
tal invested by the Company in this trade
afr'ords the surest gurantee of the. continued
excellence of its Guano.
J. N ROBSON,
Be'llng Agent,, Charleston, 8. C,
3ho- S. hitis & Cr0., General Agents,
BaltI,,'ore- <'ec 20-8,n
PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
Toa CoMPesTINGt wTtn GoTToN as8~,
rJilleI article is manufaetnred by the P*.
I otit o Guano Comspany at (char estob,
8. 0., uinder the 8Sperlntendence of Dr.
81. Jtilien Ricvenel, When, eompastedt with
an egnal is Ight of Cotton Reed, its reunIte
have been found fuil y equal to he beu6
staundard fertilisers. Its enemy muso
commnenid it to the notice o inesgn.
For speilo dit'eeffefeloot psti g
for supplI. e, applysto o- -~ tlg u
- J. N. ROPO
Selling A gent, hre
.- Jw@. A. E*sse A C*g OQ tJKy f4
-Datifr. site. UT