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tra copies of the Nwn
HERALD can be obtained at this office
on the days of publication. Price 5
cents per copy.
Just Received-redt & Co.
Sheriff Sales-L. V. Duvall.
Assignee's Sale-S. B. Clowney.
Corn-D. It. Flenniken.
Notice-Pierre Bacot, Clerk of
A beautiful selection of Spring
Goods just opoibd at Ludd Brou &
Sale of Valuable Property-L. W.
Southern Cultivator for April re
b ived. This journal is most admira
bly adapted to ineet the practical,
van pulg.jr of iteAigent fjyrer all
over ,t1lq Sout), 1p, each Iymnibogro
latA r ,exriene. olter suges'
tig:*4an~d 'Va e pesl
errors they ht ave encountered. .Iou
ftti ta ..? j4. fl Wr iWX.0
*l 3ver ifen l., sell fo'r a PJecl
mcn eopy. Published. ip'';s; da
a year. ,aleeA 1a-4 1
About one o'clock on last Monday
night our citizent were awakened by
the alarm of fire, Mhiol i ds found to
proceed from the g'uano establishmeint
ot Messrs. Bacot & Co. Our firemen
appeared promptly on the spot and
succeeded in putting an 6nd to the
Rofou? lo1.,t,o eseelerpewen It
wAs jhe.oprk of auj aendir, vhog
objeot waus. to bmthi firm entilrely
out. We ho q bowifl be overtaken
and a i oi
#j -Ouryouvg feipn.d- 0r% JD. .
Flenniken, hits added to his 0st of
curiosities #ia a'guarlum of ag,iPoolt
gold and silver fih. 'They- cwn be
Peen at his store. We would advis6
Dave to procure a more gentle hand
than his own to tninibter to the wants
of his happy fitily.
A Handsoma e79 i,.
Of our fire company was taken a
few days ago by Messrs. Wren &
Wheeler. These pictures can be pro.
cured for the low suir of.$1.50, and
we would advise eaelt naib6r of the
company to geC one.
It will be gratifying to' the friends
of. this gentidnian tb -learti that he, is
yet living and' likely to -redover from
the wounds which we reported in last
weeks' issue. So says the Spartan
A Good PostIilistsc~'
We take pleasure in copying the
following paragraph from the Chria
tian Neighbor: "O'mitting mention
of others who are also correct and
as a man worthy of the responsible
office of postmaster. WVhat a bles.
sing is a good postmasterlI W hat a
vexation and curse is a bad one.
On Thurs Vsy'1;a white several
little boys, (having procured blasting
powder somewhere,) were playing with
it, preparatory to amusement, when
oeofa'them struxgka~j.mAtob anth~ap
ples te the~po~vdet. "Ode ser two cofi
thet were badly -buvAdd'bn :the-faqe
arrd leger -Parenitsbouldi takb warn,~
ing. from thiis sebident 'and lkeep,-.pow.'
der outsof-theirachildrene i'eaeh5 ~l
are perfectly awreof the misohaievous,
ness of htli tt e idren 4 U,, .
tr'ated. .na i'e a ea , bi
We regard this work- Es the rilost
beautiful and elegant specimen of
scholarship and mechanical skill that
we have'latelyv dben, and are not sur
prise'l thate pd a t jsa as mih as
an Efi f1919 o fSb pa.
rrd and~ bj 'v6% f~aeol~ild reader
of the BiblIoJth ! Wb444genched
a sale of over eighty thousand cop
ies,"' aprdd ~icen dersed-! by'en4IM
sabiol'ars of o very;*:'fbb1itafn."
P5 illustrabons are AqmsroutW.-gnd
vwell-executed, and its ~Ige'and iochol
arship are wo~c4 yo(,illa4"mith
and his'assodiate contribsutoO.'veT~y
obat/.fh t' e. tigui ties of 'tie
Blible is ille Iia~ te light of
like thengatr5 bes upinitaenu
jo .t~fdtdat i sas ever- been 'tMff
for, by JWgg ot<
the 4road of soa4,earn~ingi a tle
trust he 4MilIWsdV real on,
, WSWn ee4esaC ese
as a'"s6dii as we learn, frots hig
W* have 'evoived the April num.
bJ4 eJ1i6' &bri.4sa Stook Jrerbal,
puablished by Messrs. N. P. Boyer &
04.1, aiturg Ceater col y i.
We lpo u1 on this pubicationas o
of t ep yAlM0ble pf ijki 41 p
lished in pft Nhoo~ p~
i sed.In se cl s Atstes, and earn
eht1y recomnrnOVnD it to our readers as
a Cent book In" t'eflitig and tuhgIbg
loik. "The subscription price is only
$'Wper y'ar; Scnd for specimen copy.
Winsbuoro Colton 'iarket.
?.le4 'of the past week Ot bales,
at 8+ to. 12.} centsI
Xiafe of "Ootton wei observed to
bl on fire on Phnda,y liist at the
a nuis b .e reany mge
was d6o'e. ' It was the 'work of an
1toster of Lon tevisC.i'
It will be rom'eftcred' 'tha' ihe
JBannie'gf3 b'tt ad 1 of
Augusta, Ga., bas commenoe4 the
publication of a -Roster: of Long.:
street's Corpe;trom'tiho pn of" Gen.
E. P. Alexander. There are a4 great
Utany old soldiers in our midst who
s8rved tae a aold r g'rse."
Tw.tMirds of these, we belidev, were -
unOor Gen. Brattbn, and most of "
themywere in the Sixth Regiment.
WN ar 1thereforey requested to say
that Capt. S. 13. Clowney, 'an old ofi-I
63r of tho Sixth has furnished 'Ger;
Alexander with a complete Roster of
the Uegiment frotniiibiganis'tion to I
the 80th of Septeniber, 1864. Sub
seriptiiis taken at this office. f
The annual moeting of the
Stato '\edical Asad6iation com
mnoe i':ss in Charleston on I
Thore we~ 19.deaths in Charleston i
for the week' ending the 1st inst., of
which number 8 were whites and 11
Mr:Iohn Strohtokeria young man
well known in UhCirleston, was acci- t
Antly killed oh the South Carolinu
R. R. at N4ino-mile Bottom, fuchday a
0: Several tuita staies oldiers t
passed through this place on last un- -
day under oomniand of a seogeant,
bound for Chester.. Six of thbm took f
'dInnei t Brown's Hotel, three of t
whon paid for'their dinner and three
refuse'd to paf: They also cursed Mr.
rowp'S little son for asking them for
the none. These are the mnan who ,
are sent among us regt-esenting the
Americht flag. These are the mni n
who represent thd "best government,'"
'&c. These are the men who are sent
:here to I~elp exec'ute thi'e law. They
disgrace (if it' can be done) tile uni
for't they wear. Theab scoundrels e
should have been taken charge of and
kept. foi'further iuvestigation.
,The tiarlisle (Rteatueky) Merduiry
0.he Friday befo-e ,Chrision ~
*eeltrhe aS medld'y, bf this euny, *
p~merrid an ac1t whiob'~ for t
peilmention. She,.was toechng *
zahool ndar Pleadot Valley, 'on the
4tiher side of Licking, wlyild'het teal..
dene is on this side of the 'i~ivt.' -(Ob
~the 'Friday7 stated she dtarted for
hetii$'s a *s liar 'cuat'o:E, ad'd when
ahe reached Park's Ferry found the e
river full of heavy floating Ice. The
ferrymzan deeming it udlsaf8 to' take
his bdat aurdss"Ve rivdr, batm beinkine
hedone of two"~ thinge t'o 4o-wlm.
.h~orsorn across the river -and irave
'the dangers, or reflialid. aways frota
homb' and r dlativese' ' iirous of get
ti'm 'othe that 'afternoon,' she' do
terminpd to cross the rive.l.' Enting
'the iki.tp. thb borsilk she statted
across'. T'1e large, heavy eakdb df
joe came thick and fast down the
rapsid e rent of' tle ewolien river, yet
the fai tml horse ab4 gallant ijderr
held tlip own and ifbalj sud (d
in gaining',9bls side dt t! rivei4J t
was a sat dangoro* tndert~g
and onasshat very few men
Pars~t~n, one of the most infd:
tial leaders of his, race in the Sib1b,
30' hri the colbred auxiiliaries fro~.9Ie
'ltd iha~ e mp.- "In telligence," he
;delar th~e Missionary Reoori at
Charle ~'"will rdle the ig)i
Curse '1n-1 brardd It as you ',
~there is a power' in Intellect and In
egiy at n'6tIbg jpovercome,
and t only 'q u4 Iis wheth
er til1 ignorant r t
shall sidhhave preferment, ae
people setly shbmit to be r y
i DR. rA' LIVEiR PJLLS are PURaJ1
iVEOB Eare atlapted to ng
land old e an4frE Audwayb~I~
jat all I withb 9 6'as of
<thee, w ut ohaffef llih~ wt t
a wi the feaWt ofIg
in ethr oliu*
BY N NQ fiL
T HE UNDERSIGNED
Mavig reaently' - . j
or jt r . ai
t 6 1 k do . Ind an s U ,
lrt'oprie pr -
h Pe o r , T .9 .V e t
no 1114 ' ijseons ,la oe aneesi
T fh*'han thie's9 renkt ;'1 o and clao'ti
n e hs,0bysiop' frame, Th y peptie
he bilious sufferer. 1ho" iOI%6 invalid,,
[an .o otf (forpt11e. Hlappi.
y, , Cs1 , bil sness, and
aer bs, i y Pre removable evils.
AAAI 18 T$ER APERIENTo
isa speoifo :for (henl,. It Ieliovale! -ihe
tornadh improves the ippetite, dlen. is
he bowels,iregulates the liver, calms the
terves, and disinfects the depraved fluids.
s06 1 ALL Pr. U1 rIT4.
, apl -2w ___._ _
The Lesson of Nataio;
' .110 'ehaft~ ~itistioo r*InIet. -
/egetaiou dies or falls into a state of
arice. 'The whole aspect of inahiniste
tare tenehes 'uthat I-iere is a paralysing
nfluence in the air, and dutght to teach us
hat our bodies require an increase of vital
iower to contend with It. So'nse -of even
he wt rm.blooded animals bury theeiselves
n the earth and remain in a state of par
lal stapefaction until the season i over,
nd tie elixir or the spa ing sunshine slim.
iates their stagnant, blood, and restores
heir vigor. hut man, although he feels
ho infinence of the season, can protect
imIself against its inclemenov. lie has
uel to warm him externally. and can tone
,ad strengthen his internal organization
,nd endow It with the extra amount of vi.
ality which the circumstances require.
)f all invigorants that have beet) recon
aended for this purpose, liostetter's Stom.
oh Bitters is the purest and the bet.
'ortified by the daily use of this whole.
oms vegetable tonio, the humansytem may
efy the chills and damps of winter in any
atitude. - Its effects is to promote a brisk
nd regular circulation of the blood, and
ctivity in all the secretive organs,. With
ut the slightest tendency to produce fever.
imparts a healthful glow to the surface,
nd stimulates the exterior veseh. to dis.
harge, in the form of gentle perspiration
he useless matter eliminated from the
lood. Thus the system is kept unelogged
'ever and egue, biliousness, - indigestion
nd colio, all of which are the common con.
equences of the searching damps and low
emperature of winter, may be avoided (as
rell as cured) by a course of this gerial
onie and alterative. apI 1
Chemistry is furnishing us new agents
or fuel, for6e, fo'ed and many other impor.
ant. aids oyer tlose we once possed. Ports
roin which comfmerco was drives guring
tie hot months by their terrible fevers are
isited all the year with 'Impunity now.
lany localities in the South and West. kept
enantless lay their deleterious means are
ow filling up with populations under li4e
rotection of Ayer's Auge Cure. Their
filleting Chills an'd Fever are so ef.
etually cured by this remedy that the
isesse nio longer turns eenigration aside or
estroys the settler if he venttures upon its
raeoted distriots.-Gazette, Independence,
1o. u______*pl 1
IaroRANrTo TBUILI)Vrus.-Doors, sashes,
linds,.mouldings, and all the materials ne
essary to finish a hotuse in proper etyle
an be obtained at. the lowest market rates
lirect from thle manutfacturer, P'. P. Toale,
harleston, 8..C., who lhas the .targest and
rGost complete mnanufactory of such arti -
lee In thd 6utigern States. See his ad
erli.-oment mn'inothed cofum,
1' Have A Terrible Cough,
fo 1 nedLot, have it long ; go to your
Ir'iklttgiand get. a bottle of J)R. TUTT'S
AL1RA'1D kPEC'Tolt ANT, it, will
oo'ncr oj. n is~ #ng5rolito neglect
oflJhs. '-This vd aible. prepaaration may
e ihd ih e~?f llli gs and hamlet in thae
outh and 'West. .ole mar 80
H I~i)Y~neleetidji fj Varshal
AWi auat' 4tflitik' oti. Tlurad ay
felgte /th inst,, Azjpli.ais will
and itheir names to the Clerk of Coun
il by' Wedtiesday the 26ili' laiit.,'al'12 M.
By ordEr. of . the CotiboiL..
h ve 9pened a )bo ut fnl asilo'rltient
ffrints, JAdonet . Misslins Lawns; Ds
a~i Phques, Gret edineh sd othey. Drss
ioddE! AhiW~ a gene al s(N56k of White'
ioodb.-Thgtentian of'ladies 16 oalIkd to
Obove. - -
The newest sihq hats, &o.
-We t000 to ke th4 ~b a et oe Sh es
*sai'y get anything you wa*st in- the.Shos
A oill auli9I - -
.the esson and ~red to sell natural
WOODWARi & -LAW
WINND. R- O,- 0j: S
HE Copartnership of RetkhlG', 4cMaI
ter & Brice having tern,inated o'oA e 281
of February, in consequence of tie deatl
of Robert S. Kotohin, tlie subscribers hay
formed a Copartnership and will continu
business in the same stores, under tb
style of McMaster & Brice.
G. If. MoMASTER.
JAMES A. BRICE.
Winnsboro, 8. C., 1st March, 1871.
A fresh supply of Garden Seeds just Ii
MoMA8TER & BRICE.
A lot of beautiful Rustle Wlndow8htades
1recoivbd and for enle by
- McMASTER & BRIWB.
Superphosphate of Limii>
Meiyman'T A'tdift'd' Sup.Etihos
phiate of I~ie.' ATM tong fcf sait at $1(
sper ton, -
mar23 . oMA8'JOR & iit..
A, QU4ITY 6' food White Lead
tLamy Black, Si Paper, WdIifh Oil
'Plaster of Pgris. ~~
Also, Nerwe a~cf DYif ZL'ngnt, Vinegal
1Buiter,Epsenoo of Gin ''er, Sitn q' Lbv
er Invigorator, Ilinbold's I),ose I.as,tBal<
'saw Copava, Porusa Plasters, avi othel
marS6'S~ i !! '& Bao
WM. 0s BEE & 00.,
Fatrs' a'nd telemIation litr ahIU
-A'DO2a'S WiH A RF,
ONARETON, S d5.
iLlb.thl a~ a'n'e8 m'nde upoln'gr
ments to out~ borrespondents In Llverpot
aigd New tof snar 21-6:i0
Utt'olihsgJir IB4ufraiee Odstpen
Ge' AIJ . 7f!R, A971 irp4
Duflose Egleston, Agent,
Is if~hm~edon all policis la sed y.
I JST iF~ltiDD.
jnUiON starket Corned, Beef, Smoked
.W Tongues, Fost Assortment of Creek
ors.4 ?ake. ' or sale chea by ,
ap1I RETCHIN & 10DERT801.
The Undersigned Begs to Inform
the Planters of Fairfield,
That he is A fent for.sal of the followin
Fertizers, wh ch he now has in store, an
Is ready to. furnish thep at. the manufao.
tuyer's prices,with the freight and drayag e
adde. Ca01 and get circulare.
Pdeodili Incremed from 1 to
3M0 per cent. by their use.
100 Tone Carolina.
2. " Soluble Paciefic.
A '' aughs Raw p
19 fel's sphdQA1i;
6 'e g nu.
8 Atlapito Phospatq..
6 " leryland Ameniatti.
4 dth Sea.
Peuslan G uano.
Compound Acid Phosphate for miling
with Cotton Seed.
Cotton tAken Ip exohange for some
of them, delivered next fall.
Mar JOlHN It. CA V'CART.
Dty 3W0d, t;,
Oi Iland and to Arrive.
40,000 Lbs. Prime Bacon Bides and
- 100 l3ble. Louisville Abd N. C. Ffo'ur, all
1,000 Bushels Cork.
20 Bla.' drrpA
10 Bbis.M .Me1lameis.
4 Obis. Syrup.
6 lihds. W. I. blolaslee,
16 j3lgspt Cogae.
Barrols ,.and Half Da: rels MicUrel,
Tea, So'p,. robacco, Salt, Iron, Trace
Chains. Plows and Plow Steel, Hoe., While
Lead, Rope, Shoes, Opnaburgs. Striped and
Plain, Shirting, and Hleavy Pla tatien
Goods, with varied other articles on hand
and will be sold as low for cash as the like
articles can be furnished by any other
Parties wanting any of the above, will
find It to t1yeir interest to call and examine
my stook terore purchasing.
JOHN 11. CATItAIIT.
NO. i, BANK RANGE.
On and after. Mo 4ay;,. ).2ih,peaewber,
until January. .1st,.wq. .gfer .otAingnonse
stock, (oe of tile iob rt., over. in
Winnaboro) at pricep. that annol. h beat
anywhere in the State. We slo this beause
we have move tc on the,1st of January,
*nd we desaire to reduce our stock as much
COME WIT H THIE CASH AND
And yeui will get. g-oois cliae'i t)Man Ia
5,000 Pairs of Shoes,
warranted free from wood or paper, and
guaranteed in ir-iee aa quiality in this
L AD B lQ.&'OO.
oi~vt: 0e Flour, all9 gdee,'
Wlii sl Si~de . Baeof,'
Craished, A, Bx-C,' 6, I Nar a.
*Brofth 8 g|N, by
ra22D. R. PLBNNIKIN.
LOU~sugteCoffees, Tes,.Sard tte,'
LCandes, Caaned e omatoea, Jell es,'
Caisned Oysters, Catkes andE Craokerg, Pep
peor, Gis g, Alsslo., Cloves and Nntnigsa.,
Picke *,8 iroh, sp 8QSd ,QCqeio~es.w4r
I e.,. !at qB)aeipg, B~laq bg.Brtghe
Must ard; renob ltugard, Bseene -ashsort.
ed, Sniokingand Chtewing Tobaeoo,ad Yau
e lot of Furnit ure,p onsistlag et
Bock Cases t!ing Desk.,,
sd ~ afd Double
, At Byes, and everylitng usu fly
sq~t FQrnte inse, at frlo'stosl
oh aser, fdir es Blusses
16li fl rama or, t . e
'to adossh 1~4fflMh fortbieab
e a bq w mVih-st
a N IS~t
Roeelving daily of tils, Y.e
Ladls Bonnets, Iats, Sundownl, Sehig
none. Switches, Hair, Braids, Hiair Net
and Pins all in great variety and lates
styles, low for oash, at
Ladies Dress Goods of Spring and Sum.
mer styles, Dress trinmings, huttons
Edging Insertings, FrIilings,' Tapes antl
Beads, Th the oash at
Ladlics Tuol4 nd Em'orolder.d ,Undt
Skirts, Pookep b o kerobjiefs, Cufts,. Cor,
sets, Gloves, Mit, A all of which will
be sold low for the oas at
Ladies Misses and Children. Giltes,
Walking Shoes and 8lipperi of .almopi
every descrilit will be sald for'iAsh kt
Gents and Boys Boots, Shoes, Gaiters,
Slippers, In great variety, -which cannot be
rgelled In quality and prioc for the cash
Snd cash only at .
.F. LDE R'S.
Gents Repay Mad a"ofi ilO g.as, hitrt
Collars, Neokties, Hosiery, &c., bought,cr
sixty cents on the dollar and will be sold
accordingly for cash at .
Flour, Bacon, Lard Ceese, ~6'g1 Co?.
fee, Tea, Qandy, Cr' t6i,.Uan ed uits,
Oysters, Piokleo ,n tils, uarts, gallons
and barrelisol by he doaen for cash at
Hardware, Hollow Ware, Wooden War*,
Glass Wari, Crockery and almost evesry4
thing kept in a first class Dry Goods and
Grocery Ilouse, all low for the cash at .%
White Iiia'i to soll on commission at
greatly reduced prices. Try me, as [intend
to 11 low for the cash.
W51-28 F. ELDAR.
PHOSPHATE OF LINE,
FOR OoMPOSTING WITn COTTON s99.
T a fi tlill manufacturbd by the Pa
fise 0ua6o Cot nuy at Clkar'ost on,
8. C., under the Sop0intendincoe Dr.
St. Julipn Ravenol. W ien "6ss"'J di with
an eqiut1 igit. of Cott 8J. seed, ta sphulte
have been tVid fuly a'uat te lie best
stfandj- sitilliers., jp. ep~ny. Joust
Oemmond it to the notice of piin".ers gdA6
For speo!$i directions for compostiug and
for supplias, apply to
*. N. ROBSON,
JOHN 11. 6A cAt, h 'pt, 61
Ro. n .. ,.
)me'. A. ItsasX k . "'srl e
sitimore.~0 A''.- - -
PACIFMI GUANO MPANY.
3H'118 GUANO is now well known in
,1 the ,Sout hqrn 8:atps for its remarkable
en'ec,ts pa an ,fl~ency foj gocfese ' g thA pro.
lucia of labor, ais 51s*t. tQ requ rg a t
recommenlq1~ion from -ai ~a use.4l ,fve
years p,tru eha est abliuldis charaot p$r
I liableegoellence. The large fixed 6p.
tel invested by the Company iti this tss e
aiforda the flurest gnrsdtee of the continued
mxcellence of Its (I'uano.; -
..,. . J. i(IOBSON,
- SailiAgenit. Charlestony 5. 0.
JOHN H. CATHCART, A gent, Winnabo.
r8. 0.. . .
JNo.'a. Rats & Co:,- Oeneral, 'Adnis
Ilaltimero. de 0-a
A LOT OF WINDOW SHADES,
FURNIfU1~, &ogq &c.
Yust red'iyed' and f'or' sal IdW fdr
SiiionIna NATIonAL flgNJ
Oapital Stock Paid h-~$200od6;.r
.JOARp OF biRECTORS.
. L. Dl. CHIILD5,Irvesident,
, ,. W. -Parker, R. M. Wallaee,
Iohn S. Wiley, r . De .s mnT. Palby,
B. Hops, . . . Rt. O'Na , Jr.
(I. 1. )Ielton, Attortey
rIH ~ptal i f'ii' $iapI .1
, all q,,whilh hftbeo
in,~p con r&Ie j ~Coptrteo
Uparrenoy. . A utldrt ha a obsen rae el.
id fot a further increase to th amount
$50,000, of which over. $20,%l4 has
ray been .taken. Pe -a
mak9 an inyestroent y~
tielay. Te Surp'i dlan ,
or three pI'Os. its stoor.- - 0x
Th, ei lt loila Bang t~iss j
tifloates of 4e it, be!n.interest at iss
4eof soev ri.eest ri. kabik) This
fature of its business makes ,t1 pi-astteally
nsdattentten is MA*joJI ~ &that the
sfety of thesq,4eo5p w &all oth.
s, are gnat st tyal o1
inves hsI~fte t.~s tob
WINES AN UmORS I
A A5?0A&'?,l 1
f#O VA .~
-- a boA
1, t , A f r.; I
Vbrk-4in 'at- 1 J m0aa A O~
a00 lbs. srdta 46asia.*8ho
Fly ad Eleh~titPhae..bode ,T0 u
Goof, onsst .10 Are 1Peeh re .1
0a a L dMM .
:60 t. e thsri r 0 s he
Flyu aqd 11pitt i. ut i3f t w'tb d R&
BRANCH 1!JSOTT tq4 fq,
Conmii. o M l.ehrts
600 lb.. kT044rte *l"e msa ehp'
PicklesA Gmondi, Ute ; *-a HA.
Nuts, English. Wolquip And 'Wwhy -Wheir
artke , rtoo numerousq
8h*gtht orfo't od.Bsnsa
imLacmet~ .o00 i,tprat i n qfur~
uish J8/niad es 4' Sugar- a h
l~iaOkto a0 adot, 40rs Mbea
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