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0jr- Contra6tors will not be allow
ed, unoor their loontroots,' o adver
tUse any other than their legitimatp
business, a.nles ly paying specially
for suib advertisenget.,
Putitien to istablish Lion-W: 1.
Notice, , W. 'BPeako, ?ohool Coi
We are glad to see among us once
more, te Ituv. G. Rt. Brackett,-form.
er pastor of the Pfresb) terian Church
at this place1 and at preeoet- p.etot of
the first I',dA)bterian Chta-h lit
Charleston..- -r firuohett is ensjo.y
ing remarkably gobd healb. 11 will
remain with us abotit ftiur wbek.
0r- Ou old triend Goodinig, ha%
received a lot of "No. I" horhca
and mules. "Ridests'' and "driveste"
will take notice.
Ginnlag and Grining.
Mr. 0. R. Thompson notifies his
friends and the public generally, that
he is now prepared to gin Cotton at
short notice. Ilia Grist Mill is also
in full operation. Give him your
cotton to gin and your corn to grind.
For particulars see card.
Wo would call the special atten
tion of planters to Mr. D . Flenni
ken's' advertisement of whirb and
black ased Oats. Those who used his
St. Louis seed last year can easily at
test their Auporiority. Only a look at
thM will satisfy any planter of their
boing 'he kind of seed to sow.
Due West Female College.
The thirteenth year otthis flourish
iug Institution will open October 2nd,
and close the middle of July, 1872.
The past proSperity of this Institution
is very encouraging, and under the
special supervision of the Rev. J. I.
Bonner, bids fare to become still more
o). The Faculty is complete. See
Odr keader& will observe by an ad.
vertisement in another column that
the citizens of Township No. 4, are
requested to meet at the Court House,
on Saturday, 10th instant, for the
purpose of i'ssess-ing a tax to etitablish
a Free Schbol. Other.. townships in
the Odutity have already beld meet
ings and assesbed a tax for the same
purpose, and why pot this township
Thae ill Iig htl.^^^
The fall lights opentid in this plaeo
on Monday list. The skirmighers
commeinbbi 'ad'Vacing about 10 A,
M., and a pretty heavy skirmish fire
was kept up until 3 P. M., whent both
libus of bdttle came together wiitha a
crash. The fight lasted about an
hour, when tho *eakei- line wits drivin
back. Skirmnishers were ttgain brought
to the front and kelit nup aascatttering
fire till a lath hour of thd tnight.
Tuhstlay motrning as na~hdred iH
with a caltit. The only thuing of note
was a fen black eyes, braised heads,
broken noses, &c.
IMessrs. McIntyre & Co., will pleast
accept our thanks for a large water
melon, sixty of which they hatu
on hand. See aidvuttisement.
We learn from the Barn well Jour;
nal that Miajor Tho. *W. Wood ward,
will deliver the annual address before
the Barnwi Agricultural Seoiety, in
October next: -~
We aall thu attention of the Coun
ty Oommissioners to the two broken
gutters attached to the jail, one o'n
the north si'de and tfi other~ oli the
west. They are making ugly holes
in the pavement and should be attend
ed to at once.
Negro urns Klaux.
We understand that a party of no
gro Ku Klux visited Ridgeway, in
this County, last week. 'This, ho
douubt, is another Radidal dodge to
tiring more troops and put tife 00ofoty
tinder martial htd
Mlt. Zion to be Rebuillt.
We are glad to state that the l.It.
zion Society have gone earnestly to
wrork to rebuild this ancient instifaf.
tion. The brick for its reconstruction
are now being made on the farm of
Capt. J. P. Macfie, and we hope crc
Ilong to chronicle the commencomnent
of the building. We are informed
biy the building committee that they
obatemnplato finishing the building by
the first of February next. The
sorhool is now under the charge of
Mr. M. M. Farrow, first honor grad
noteo of the Citadal of Chauleston.
Mr.- Farrow informs us that huis school
is larger than he at first anticipated,
and is rapidly growing. 'We wish
leim the sucess he so richl.y Anmre..
lie is a pure gentleman,agifted sohol
ar and a disoiplintrian of thq first
A dood 'ilbinf'ectfiat.
An eldhange says an ekeellent dis.
infedtant Is ridily obtained by dis
solving a bushel of salt in a barrel of
water, and with the Salt Wntbr sladA a
barrel of lifie; whibh shcild be wet
enough to form a kini o paste. For
the purpose of a disinfectant this
homiemaile chlbride of lime is nearly
as g4o'd as that purchased at b 0ops
and drug stores.
Somietlhinmk IlhaIt every Farnaer
A copy of the Ameican Stock
Journal. 'h6 'Siptemtber number
contains the usual variety of valitlble
information, written by the best and
fhott pr.'eticable writers in the coan
try. If the farmers would pay more
4ttention to the breeding and raising
df stock,. w'o Aould hear lobs om0. 1
plaint about hard tines, and low
priobs t*f gin. We therefore Urge
all tW sehd for a free specimen copy.
Addresb, IN. P. Buyer & Co., Parkos.
burt, bhlester Co., Pa.
Cool nights and warm days are tiow
Wilmington, Columbia and Augus
ta Railroad is now within sii tbiles of
Re. T. S. Buinest died on the 4th
Instant; of typhoid fever,-at his resi
den'b, near Pomnaria, in this State:
The Columbia Phwnix sajs Wd
lire informed that Comptroller-Gener
al Neagle has purchascd from tle
Columubi4 Bridge Company all their
right, title and interest in the old
Congaree bridge, and will in a short
time, erect a now and substantial one
in the place of the one burned in
Sixty Young Men's Democratic
Clubs have. been formed In Massachu.
setts. The young men of PennsglVt-I
nia are organizing in the same way
with great enthuinamn.
We have received the premium list
for the annual exhibition of the fair
of the Carolinas, to be held in Char.
lotte- N. C., commencing Tuesday,
Otober 24, and continuing four days.
The amount offered in premiums is
A nuihbdi of Young men in Char.
leston have organiled a society known
as the South Caralina Benevolent As.
sbbiatidn the object of *hlch is to
vIsit the sick and administer to the
nebds and wants of the destitute.
A iolited. club, to use only sabre
and revolver; is td be formed in Char.
A ejblbhb passod over Spirtinburg
County on the 20th ut. Logs were
carried a distateof 150 yardA; Ne
gro houses, fences mand trees were
blown in. all dircetiode.
Wlinnsboro (Iotton liarket.
.Our cotton ttlifket hity be said to
hgave opened in good earnest. on
Saturd ay lastl; aean .30 or SS bales
were on the stretit; and realised bribes
wich wb hope mty 60mpsheiatb ouf
bau3ers for th61rm libef-ality in bidding.
The prieA seinind to r-ange from 1'7j
to 17)., frdely, and filost or tile cotton
offeted i'vould class *'Middling," lb
New York, wh~i6 ft is telling at last
aidvices, at 20 to 21o: The expmnse
of .transportation, 60mm issiotts, etc.,
U1;etg abntt ti. putr potund, mnking
no allowances for loss of weight, which
it Is resuafied tWill be the iase with
new cottila fdr Nomo time to e'ome.-3
We hate nd adfice to give our pilan
ters, bit as a gendral fufld, it is said
that past experienbe dictates. If you
are in dbbt and paying idresht; "sdll
as the market runs,'1 especially ini the
early part of the season, and if you
are out of debt and bhave no use for
your money, speculate li you pIletee1
by holding. At present prices, how
ever, two-thirds of a crop is equal to
last, years average, any advance in fu
liure is so mtmbh proflt.
W1i Webhave Martial Lawf
The WVashington Chronicle, of liltoif
day, says: It is understood thsat at
the Cabinet mbteting hold on Friday
last the letter of Senaitor Scott; of
Pennsylvania, with nccompaffying
documenta telatite to the Kt Klut
disotdors in South Carolinft, cam, u1p
for eonsideration: It is riot Itno~n
what e6nolusioft Mit arflved dit, but it1
is thought probabile (tat the N4esf.
dent will isado a proclamation in a
few da~yA; ithef declaratory of martial
law in 8Spartanbdrtg andl York counties,
or one to the people of the whole
Stateg and esfeeially to the eftigena
of these counties, enjoining dpon and
domadadihfg them to put a stop to
these outrages. Many leading South
ern men sbetff to deplore the nedessity
of declaring martial law in any see
tion of this State; of of the Sooth.
There was also doie tal'k about the
late renosc of the lare number of
Political opponents ih the depart
daets; and it is understood that the
nembers of the Cabinet desire to re
nove all improper persons.
A writer in Appleton's Journal ol
ates the Orbvbrbs; superstitions and
murious fotl nbout bats, which we
publish hoping tiat it may save some
nothers apprehension on that score:
'A comnion superstition halges citts
vith suctinig the breath -df lhfauts,
*hereb& causing thtdr death b dan
rulation. This is a false accusation,
15 puss)Is mouth is so formed, anato.
nically, that she would not be able tM
lo sosanguinary a deed did 9he wish
t; hstanaes are ou record where
ata crawled into a cradle or a bed,
Lud lain dowh on an infant's face, not
)robably with any edilninal intent,
thiugh children have been found
lead under sudh circ tamances,) but
>urely lbr the ranke bf the warmth of
he insfant's body and el-)thliig;b
Lovag vs. Shot Lamp~IWtinUfit:
A correspondent of thb Scientillt
"Allow me to gi'v y3lr nlime-ous
leaders the benefit of my epekiernce
Vith long *icks: I braf ail the %vipk
hat I possibly can into the iaihp, fill
ip the interstices with sponge, and
atufate the wholb thoroughly With
ebrohrnb. ( havtb alwayd fotnd the
upply sutioidut ror thb 18ngebt win
or's night ; as long a any oil it.
nains in the wilk', tho lan k he eps
,urfipg. I hai'c had thil fair ly test
Id. (Uim of my little ones-"a two.
ear old, contrintr o upset it nill
Able dUpporting a lam$. With the
keeptidil bf hre-Aking the glass, no
tirther damiagb was. done, not even
oilidlg the barpet: In fact my glan
vas brought about from a similar no
ident, and a narrow escape from se -
'ious datiiihge; As tb8 WIfk bUrns
way I keep filling up With sponge;
nd I think I have the illis-est ap.
roabh to a safely lamp."
A Mountain bf Jasper,
The Coneoi-d (N. 11.) Patriot 9tatb
.bat Professor H itchbobk's geological
urveying farty have discovered one
f the Twin Mountainr to be a solid
naes of jasper. A Uew lake about
he size of Pruile LIa 1e has been
ound upon Mount Kjnsman, between
he flume and :andafr, 3,800 feet up
he mountain. In Wateiville, Prof.
1itchbook made a diacocry whioli he
egards as not only inter."stlog, but
xtremely important; golg far to
letermine the age of the mountains
,f the State. le found the btibrador
par formation, which is neit to the
)ldest rock, in ledges. This rock hag
over before been found in New
Sngland, but is that which is found
n connection with the rIbh ores of
ron among the Adirondack nmoun
ains of Now York. No iron was
'ound, but strong indications of it.
'ho party is now engaged in fixing
,ho limits of this formation.
No Yellow Fever in Beaufort
The rumor has been cireula ted to
he effect that the yellow fever was
revailing.as an epidemic at Beau
'ort, andl the report is published in
>ne of the Savannah papers, which
We wtir8 informved last evening,
apon very reliable iuithoriiy, that
~he yellow fever has broken out at
khaufort; anid that it has assumed
rn epidefii form. The teport tray
>0 exatggeramted; but thdt the (disease
akists there does not, seeti tb admit
Paren(s are particularly ca~ition'ed
iot to allow their children to be
viked up in thie mtifninigs ; let na
att-e wake themt up, sh6 *ill hot do it
rematurely ; but hafe ii care that
boy~ go to bed at an early hour ; let
t be earlier and earlier, ( itlttil it is
'ound that they wake u~p thomielvfS
:r. full time to dross fdr breakfast.
Being waked up early; and allowed to
mngage in difficult or any studites latto
mud jtist before retiring, has given
niany a b~auttiill and prominsing child
rain fever, or determined drdiffafy
tilments to the producotion of *at~r 67f
A terrible kerosene accide'nt doodr.
-ed in Altoona, Pa., on Tuesday lasti
a Wwan Darmed Mrs. Browns in re:
>lenishing a lamp with tiil while 1h6
rick was b urnilng; catised It to ilk.
yldde;. soittering the burning flnid'
ver hers6lf atrd sister. 8.he ttleff
an up stairs, doiftmunicating the
lames to her husband and als-> every.
~hing in the house. Th-a house was
urnod dowtt, the womarr and her
ister have (died; and the lrsai~
ecoiery is doob~ful. W'hen wiil
peopte ledrn the dangerous nature of'
Tho f)oetroit Free Jfress tai~s a
gloomy view of' thtings. It says y "No'
lane man will not sow on a journey by
-ail or dditdr, *i tout tfrst cloasirig up
LIl his business a airs and arranging
usa papers so that, his expoutors, can
hid them, and kissitug his wife and
ihildren a last farewell. Itf ti onles
,ack all rigitt, ho can olaim an inter
>osition of Providence. If he.- come~s
aok in pieces, his friends can claim
hat 'they told him so.' " :m a
A Dutohina has got off the beet
~hing on the N1ew York Orange-H~i
riernian row : "If dey wantg sonik
ights, lefamn go back to de b1gass dey
looms from and git all do fightings.
ley wants. Wbat do tytil have-we
&mericano got to do mit de oranges
and lemna and slob ding.."*
-FlOjer teach-Ithe teaornis 't
God's obaraster. If He had made
nothlPg,ot tlpw kind, IL Ilia work had
been for bate h dtili .h cosist
ed of 0o e ad in isubstaniti are.
ations otly, tIe tener side of the
Divine tharacter would have failed of
the revelation it no* has in nature.
A Babibuidge stud6nt . Qxfdrd
college who word is iair too long,
*as Ku Kluxed a 16w eW ago as
te was returtn'g frop Inter'iwing
the "light of 11 e.yeis.' and brutally
shieured, without the leuat regard to
the prevailing inode of hair cutting.
A narrow gax,-e railroad fioi
Chester; 8: 0., to dtkory Tavern, N.
., is beiig talked of in the Chester
Roporter and Yorktilld Enquiror.
Ja a blessing voucheafed to few. Even
hd' who hath been favored by nature with
strong oonhtitittious and vigorous frames i
are apt to neglect the precautions necessary I
to preset we these 'predforts endowmntsnl.-- <
Indeed, as a rule, the more healthy ad ro.
bust a mint i', the more liberties lie is In.
clined to take with his own physique. It.
is some consolation to the naturally weak
Ind feeble it.know that they can be so in
vigorated and bl1ilt up, by a proper uao of
the means which scieilne has placed at their
'disposal. as to have a- muoi Uhiter 'Hance
(if long life. and exemptions from disease I
and pain, than the most athletio of their
fello*s ilio dre foulish enough to suppose I
themsell'os lnitilnerable, and Abt socording.
It is n'ot too tfilbh to ay ihat ihnoe that t
half the pfSple of the civilised world need
Wh idboasional tonio, to enable them to sup
Port the strain upon their bedies and minds,
which the fast life of till. rtietless age oc
baslons. In falet, a phie, Wheletome, un
exciting tonic I theigrand desideliftuui of
the bbby tdllidohe, Mid 1i' liaie illit Mt
cle in Hostetter's Stomach Rittiri. to
h stanival medicine, i. e. it imparts per
ilAnict ntre gth to the weak syatebms and
invig'oites delltlite constittuioili. Ili ri.
ptitAtIoti and its sales have freadily in
aaiired. 4'stetitifi prieparations havo
been introduced ad libit6, i e far as
the public is c'dncerucd, ad nati~uM4. ili the
lbope of rivalliig It, but t i.ey havi all oith
er rislhetl in tt ditept, or been left far in
ltie rear. It has been the great melical
success of the pre'ent o6itWIry, and it is
lquite certain that. no proprietary medicine
in this country is as widely known, or is
loit lighteniig presses, running inces
Santly (Sundays excepted,) the hole year
through, barefl supply the demand for ie
Illustrated Alglanab, in wialh the nature
dihd usei 8' the preparation are set forth,
the circulation nnw being over eight nil r
lions a year. sept 2
titro'tANil TO IbftriMs ANh CONTRAO
Tons.-We learn from our Charleston ex
8hangts that MI P: 1. ToAle, the well
kiiowii mituilfacturer of I)oors; daslis;
Blinds, ^c , has establishell a depdI .t 0.
20 lTAyiie alrtbi, wli'dro he keepsc.noIntly
on hand ndt otly all articles fruilH li owri
manufactel; but Ialso evbij 4 let) ot
builders' hardiaro, Preti8h %rid Aineteban
window glass, botll Pl1ti lild orianmental,
slate mantals dud; td Elrt e, everything
necessary to finish, haindsomelY, a resi
dence, a store or a churdh, jie. 2
"Tnit UNIVRsAi. A iiyi oi..
neys over the continent.--through Turkey,
India, China, Japan, Peru. Chili. Paraguay,
Brasil and fel.ico, and the Uqitti 8StWteht-.
in theni sill to sone extent Ai'd in ioiei' to a
great extent, I have found the universal
Ayer represented b, his family medicine,
which are often heldL in fabutoti 3Fitecm.
Whether they iln i liEi tiiarvelous 6'eputa.
tion by their cures, I know not, btt I know
they have it to such a degree lhIt. it fro
quently gave me da .istinguisicd impor
tsncev to have come from the sainae coutrty.
[1'ield's letters from abroad. sept 2
Ini thie District Court of the Uni
ted States for the Wbeen Ils
trict of' South Carolina.
E< parto Andrew B1ain.
Ex parte Isaac A. Allen, Petition
Ex parte h. 0. Cameron,
Ex parte John A. Marion,Exor
E4 partoJats K Roblnsons,Et'rs t6
Ex parto bank i 1F. Boof on,
E~x parts Andrew iilain.Gnrd'bs
In te Charles Cathcart, Establish
TI1e Lien Creditors of thiE ab~we named
Bankrnpty are hereby ordered to establish
hdfore intA oft or before the 2d day of deto
bor next, any lietn which they may' have
against the estate of of the above nhnmed
Banri.pt~dnato tshew onuse, If any they
shoutlil not be sold to Ratisfy said lien.
WV. I. C LA.WSOIN,
sept 12--law~w hankrupt.
enw prep ired to Gin Cotton with
tiariach, (10 O0 pounds per hour,)
*1!h convenient. roona fot the reception.
Toll One Sixteenth Patronage sollcited.
MyGitMill gririds everysday .
cifidnk'of Town9:dp. N4o. 4. are re
quested to meet in th'W Court, House at,
Wannsboro on swinrday, the 6th'ihat, for
"io Pii65di6f :MCsiini a if in'their
udg meant geneisary , in addition I6' fhe
orn sonment f~r Schgol pua!posos In ac63.
dance with an act to Establish an'd muainidin t
aa stem of Free ScIhools for thd. State-of 1
881W t aro'ii, ftpproved ,March kt7?, M11 .
The friends of educa i on nie fe~yeptfrul.
ly requtestedl to attend. By order of Board
Trustees School District Na J
sePL 7 tdxi clerk ,of Board.
liue West Female Coilege,
rThirteeni I year will openi Oc
-tober 2d1, and close middle next
P'as s arit'y stltut 7ncour
pie ciniheft, it of d *ell ordired fa'fni
Expenses~ foto-,'year (two Begsions,
forty weeks) for board (including fuel and
Washing) and Tuition In all literary studios
inoltding Latin, $184.50
French, Mic, Drawing, Painting, &o.
at very reasonable'rateS.
Foi' Catltgb, addre -t h President.
J.T. BONNElW -
Dire West, Abbeville County; 8. 0
ETILL known to jewellers and siiven -
VTsmithr, as a superior and economical'
artioe'fe 4ts TEaning and burnishing Gold,
Silver, C)oppei', 8t4el, Britian niaand other
metals, and also for clenning Wltdows, <
Mirt ors and Glassware. For' sale by '
sept. 0 afa~TrF, & (r-n
Sef~olColimisuioner's O ce.
WINNUDoRO, 8. 0., Sept. 11, 1871
B Y authetity of an act to establish and
malai s a 4jstem of Free Behools, for
hi State of S th Carollna, the Board of
chool Examiners for Fairfield t'ounty hate
lecided that the bhools which closed on
he 40th @n last, will again be resumed
in the I oR onday i4 .October, 1871, and
iall continui for a pikod of nine months,
>ut the County School Commisstl'er shall
mave iower to limit the school fa , eccord'
ng to the school fund apportoii.d 1B his
lounty. No schlool claims will b .pj'rov.
id at this office unless embraced within the
lolastio yea~r, , 'W. B. PEAKE,
sept 12-txl 8. 0. F. U.
County ComnmisisloIle Jfiee.
Palturtr.1n COUNTY. August 22, 1871.
W ILL be 1, I out to the lowest bidder on
Saturday, the 28d of September
text, the building of a Bridge over Little
tiver. near John A. Brice's old Mill,
I ownship No. 2, sail Bridge to be about
'0 feet in length with at least three spans
4ad built of 'good luniber, and in a wm, k.
nanlike tU'hner. Said Bridge will be i,
ut at the site where it Is to be built.
M. . DUNLAP,
Chairman Board County Commiessoners.
Notice toifi baers;
CoV'Nry AVrnoa's Orrica,
FAI1urFmrn, Aug. 24,1871.
I 0'119c nt. Iterd of Equnlisation will
meet ori lie '1- Moltlity Of ,ipternbe
iext. The oliard will have powel 1o hat
m aints, and to equalize the val'a tion
f all real and pe ronal property, ikonej's,
nad credits witiH the County.
J. S. STEW ART,
aug 29-x2t2 Co. Auditor.
Te State of South Carolifst;
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD,
60ut Oi COMMON PLEAs.
ames M. McCollum, Administrator of Es.
h\(a of Williano Crosby, deceased, Plain
till', aant.,Janmes W. Crosby, Francis
Yongde and her husband times W. Yon.
gue. Pitulina Price an'? her husband
,.u thIet Price, Amanda McCollum Mary
Colvinald her hidaban.i Ainsley Colvin,
'hAiri'ty C Teitl and her husband John
A. Teiti, Joiseph I. Crosby, William B.
Crob, John 11. Crosby, Mattie, E.
tro y. ~bi lioble,. DL 'ar Estes ,
I Ruff aid lif ii s anD "I.
uy Lucy Smith sind her husban1 WIl.
liam Smith. David Crosby, Jr., and Alicia
Summons for lielldf.
To the Defendants : You are herepy sum.
loned and required to answer the c im.
laint in this action, which is filed in tie
ffice of (he Clerk of the Court of 0'ii6
son Plena, for the said County. and to
ervo a copy. of your asewer 19 said com.
jaint on tit subseriber at their office.
1b. b Law 1i1 'e, Wihs 'Cro, in said State,
ithin twenty ayis dI'r the Service I re
t, cxcli1.Hit th'e day Bf stidhi sl ce:
lid if yt 11i to abswer he comp int
ilthki f g Alliwig, J, on"lgiati1
lsaaction will apply to the Court foP thi
elief deiaAndti lh the 'cohiilit.
Dited July 1811.
I'CA N' & DOt A,
To the Defendants, James W. Crosby,
lstry A. 61bin and her husb nd Ainsley
blvin : ke int ie that the Comflaint in
his action was 51 li it the , office of the
,ourt of Common Pleas, for the County
nd Slate aforesaid en the 20th day of
uly A. D., 1 87 .
M.D ANT & DOUGLASS,
Rllorne a 'laintitfis.
ing 2i.id Wi'dnbord; S. C.
TIle Stste 6b' 86bth Catrolina,
COUJNTY OJF FAIIRIELD.
4totlist o, RODATE
'ohn Mender, Ez'or of Lfikt Will and Testa:
Ipent df lidred1s M..biej, dlecased. vi';
Slarahi. lBoulware and ishi huisband Os,
nmord lIdulware, Duloina iterr and her
hueisband William Kerr, J. W: 11111 and
wife larrietl 111ll,. Bethal1 , Wbbdwar'd
affil fIe 9 fiusband Joel Waodw~ard, Isa.
holiti Dickerson and hot husband Marion
Dickerson, Druc'ili Mobley, ElIzabeth
Mobley. Lucy Weir, ,Jackson Mobley,
McLurkin . . Mohley, N .ut han Mohlsy.
Jini tlefc, Niancy Mitchteil' Mar3
Ii ill. P. A. 1ill. 8 tian Clayton, Victor
Rt. Mohley, ltdhert P. Mobley, 1saiah
Mobley, Ran C. Mobley, Martha ftc
Crovii. M ry F. flobhetson, i. P ,Mdbley
and her- huisband Rt. E Mobley, Canthia
Mc~raw, and her husbmand D. R. Mo
Graw, Bell Free, Larkin Free. .James
Free. Caroline fei-n'iillions and hier bius
biina William Vermillion, Jane Wiatson
and her husband ilobert Watsota, Gordan
Free, Williamn Free, -- Foster and -
Foster, (Christian names unknqen,)
heirs of Mary Mobley, deceasid--D6kn
kun~ns for Partll~n of Real
To the alove-nanmd lDefendants ii ihis
eotioti. fdu are hmere6y summaned aind re
1iisied to answer the Petition in 11bis ear$,
rhich Is filed in the office of time Judge of
'robato for the Caunty and~ 8tnieaforesaid,
rid serve a copy of yu ans er9 thg
ufbsorlhers,mftdhofmer o e, .No Laqi
tange, in the TowA'6f Winnsboro, in ia'lid
itato, wit in twenj ays after tiet seretoe
tfliho summons on' rai. exclusive of the
lay of servtte, anld if poti fai to answer
lie Petition within the tim'e n'forebaltt,.thme
'atitioners iilpyt h Court of Pro
af e 6'8i6 iford.4tid fo'r the relief
Wvilfess.,,Wtftifaut it. N)elsdW, I4juire,
udge af Probate in and for said County
his the 28th dayo (t ft D ~( . 81.
W. U NI~ R~ane), fb'r PituiloA'ers.
'ro (tf'e Vefendants-Robert. *. Mobley,
n.iia h Miol,, Rty'n bJ. M obley, Martha
rlcCrom.tMary F; 1Ebbinson, E. 1. .olely
nd her hiusband, Rt. ft. M4bley, Cnihia
tot raw and her husband Dl. ,R.. AIer w,
'ell' Free, Larkin Free. Jasmes..Fele, Care.
ine Vermiillion and her husband. Wiliam
rermillion, Jane Watson and her husband
tobert Watson, Gordan Free, William Free,
Tiotor RL. Mobley, -- Foster a d -
'oster (christian naimes inli6n) eir of
Lary Moliley, deceased.
Take natice that the Petiti,?n in
his c ase were filed in .the offico of
hie Judge Qt. I rob.ate, for, the. County of
asirfld and State of South Carolina, on
he 28th day of Auti,udeL, A. Di. .1871.
MJeCA NTS & DOUGL A~,
.ep 6 .. Attorn~ys for Petitioners.
.Save Your Own Ihay I
NEW qu~pply of. Grais Blades, .just fi.
Aeef Aso' Ried' Olhaer Sead, Or.
hai'd Grass Seed, DluokwhEat, Seel and
zmothy Heed. MMS
ana1 0 Ma trn & =RIC=
.ms ~ ' .s.."n a
The uridrsrigned ii order io
make room for the Fall Stock,
is selling off iisi Summer Goods
Ladies Dress G oods,
jluthing, and almost every
t~hiigkelit in a. first-elass Dry
G0ods and Millinery IIotied.
He al ays keeps a ftll stocdk
)f Flour, Bacon,Lard and Gi-o
eries, on hat d at the lowest
eash p'ice. All hib asits 1 a
call and exatnine hii Stock, if
you have the Ort-lenbacks.
auguht 2b F. ELDER.
MINa & SUMMER
uuiiscNltrii ro oeolving ad uusu
lly large stooi 0?
Lad os brtess doods,
oGloves and HloaIeri,
H~odse Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Shoes, &o.,
.To which they invite a comparison
with Colunibia prie4a.
Nooks, &c.; &o.
McXASTER & BlRICE~.
A p fo F-s Turnip Seed;
Also CoitodYi,triot lo'htespun;Dooku,
eot Lf t f6 es at Ooc ~f'oiIb
Bold lowftor thle 6rysh.
jtif~f MMMAATER & DRICE.R
.. rJ0. ?RAOIRO1IE2
~Champagne I hanpagnii
A LOT of Camrnpagne afmd A lot fine whim.
kies, j ust f'edelvid~ al.
SQ IS. Freshi Assorted Candy,
Green Corn and Tomnatesu
*Old White Wine Viaegar.
L ow for for Cash at
850 Bushels Choido Broad Cori.
750 BusiIse Cioice White and Blaek 8b
LdIN sed d~ij.
b0 dir'els Cly31'6 Mddily sat 1hil
b. h; FlehhIkeih
IMPOITINT M 'Tin,
WOODWARD & LAW,
NdT inteniding to csiry 4er antn ie-i
season, any of our presedt st'ook of Spring
haid Sunimet' Uddds, w6 bo# Wffe the frot
At Cott Poi Caigh, Viz
i'orty Piebo Leno, Moiambiqli and iA:
baneds, i6corat White and Colored Piquel;
ond Piece Dii Dress ibien, an assortiment
of Ladled and Bi'4ses Lyle Oloves., oh
dozen pair Ladies kit dloves, a fit.e assort'
nient of Gonts Fctt 1uS'.
0tit-1 o6k of Sli'oe lids recently beeb in
lirhY'i'd Xnd wb can rioi of'er somettainj
cheaper in Ladies and Misse's fine wori
tLati ever before known in ihe market.
A suppiy of Oine and two Quart Fruit
Jat of thb bes kind on liadd.
We have the best l F Oured hamv;
hest Breakfitst Bact, OatS Powder had
inglish Dteakfahs Tea, Lard in Tin DuckZ
Itemenibei we continue our 0A811 BYS:
TaM and will always ff'or our ekstsmef I
the lowist priees that asirlet adliesoisse to
I i will naford,
Furniture and Builng.
BtESPE~CTFU LLY inform the, ciisene of
JWunaiboro andl surrounding coutntry that,
Irm preipared to make and repair F urni
lure, some feady siiade dh liht .
,I am prepared to Did ikt #~tOc If lodiA.
en. All work done in a fdisjiish'like man
iu.r and done according td piceo. If you
yant good, work you nuet iay a good priee.
If you want it Blo4~t Jo b pay halt price'
Chiioe Lui'er i li hibgles always o'il
land anid for sale....
aug 12-Im R. WV. PHILLIP8.
Poor d#,n's Family Bi lerd
- Fluid Eixtract Cannabis Indi
cue, Pure Oil Lemon, Lemon'
crii Iqpherry 8yrupu,e
acrry and i'ort Wilie, for
AMedicinal P'urpbseu, Mfor.
p'hine and Quiniui., at Low
P,rices, Liebsig's Eat, Beeft
JPalmetto Starch, liance's
Essence Glinger, Compound Syrgpof Phas
phaited or Chieinidl Food, Unido-ate of
Pot ash Loxonges for Cr.99p,,&q.
july 26DR. ?i DLEY'S
321y 25 rug Store..
AT IiTtW~ES BAKERY
ANbTJIER froush supply of plain and fan!
bCandies, Oranges Cocoanuts, Pecanj
Brail, and Hazel Nuts, English Walentet
Atmonds, Brandy Penches, Oyster., &o.
READ T HIS.
iirEDITXT INO a chefnge in the buslnend
.ll. by the fl-st of Septemb.or, offere* their
large nund varied ,ook, at suoh low brice.'
as will astonish bc mosf. skeptical, only
come vrepaled el (i tito CAS H, and you(
will, be able to get goods rggardless of the.
cost. Tlfest oktis larg , ad Oomnposed of
evrtigusually kept by this establish's
Dry O'oodse, For4ig6 and f'em.etie,
Cdotling fo1 ien's WeaV;
Elats, all utyles,
Piece Goods of Weolen.
Linefi and Cotton.
Give mne a call before spending yeur cas~
and be cenvinced thai, at WOLFWS JOl
can got ihe best goods for tire luwerf P Ed.