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Wagons for Sale-P. M. Spence.
Notice to thoso Indebted-E. W.
>ouie Meeting Thursday night.
c.d Wheat-I. L. Miliott & Co.
,;tice-Ienry Clarke, Adm'r.
3ill for Partition-Safal, 1) flow.
The Last Cotton Crop.
We are favored with a cnmplete
list of the last cotton crop of Fairfield
County, the number of bales ptir
chased, and also the number of bales
shipped from the sever~al stations on
the railroads, ete., which we propiso
to lay before our readers ii, out
A friend has a ggested to us a very
good iden. viz: That our Town Coun.
cil should have the names of the prin
cipal streets posted at all the con
spicuous corners-and also that the
principal places of business, and per
haps private residences, should be
numbered. It wculd be of some ad
vantage, and would cost a very small
We would call the attention of our
readers to the extensive advertisment
of Messrs. Bacot & Co., in our col
ums to-day. They certainly deserve
not only patronage for their well and
handsomely selected stock of goods;
but soine encouragement for the new
store, which fills up a gap on our prin
cipal street. We have nodoubt that
they are fully able, with their exten
sive means, to make good their pro.
mise to the Planter or to others.
"That there is no necessity of going to
Columbia," when you can buy the
sane goods at the same price, not.
withstanding the additional freight.
In fact'we take pleasure in saying that
the liberality of our Merchants, (and
more especially our Cotton buyers,)
has made Winneboro ons of the best
interior markets in the State, and
what is more, our citiiens have fo'znd
it out already. We hope it may so
We regret exceedingly to cbronicle
the fact, that a bloody affraycecurred
about six miles from this place, on
Thursday, 21stinstant, between Mr. A.
Y. Paul and Mr. George Martin,
both friends, which resulted in
the death of Mr. A. Y. Paul. Mr.
P. after the sffray lingered until Fri
day night, when he (lied.
It seems that the parties concerned
had had a slight falling-out, about
some trifling affair, between this
place and their homes.
The Coroner empanneled a jury,
and an inquest was held on Saturday
last. Tlhe verdict of the jury ws,
that Mfr. A. Y. Paul, deceased, came
t'o his dipath from a wound inflited by
a knife in the hands of Mr. George
This is quite an unfortunate affair,
both of these gentlemen being quiet
and respectable young men.
Mr. Martin surrendered himself to
-the Sheriff on Saturday morning and
Sgave bail to the amount of $2,000.
Winnsboro Cotton Marlket.
Since last Tuesday, 317 bales of
cotton have been sold in this market.
*Prices ranged from 17 to 18g.
We have been infornmed by a pas
senger from Columbia yesterday
morning, that the engineer who was
to have brought the Night, Express
from Columbia, mounted his engine
just before starting time, and asked
the switchman to open the switch and
let him out, whieh the switchman did,
thinking he only intended moving lis
engine up and down the track to get
it in good working condition, which is
said often to be the case before start
ing. As soon as the track was clear.
ed, to the astonishment of all who
were at hand, the engineer started his
engine at full speed up the road and
kept on as far as Killian's, where he
stopped. A crank-truck was started for
the engine and found it switched off
at Ki'lian's. The engineer reported
that he could not get the pumps to
work, and run to the first station to
clear the track. Th'le w'atchman re
ported tihe engineer to have gone fron
a bar room to the engine in an intox
icated state. Every precaution wa
taken by the officerso the road to
prevent a collision. The train was
detained 5} hours.
Predictions of another meteoric
shower "about the last of this month"
are again going the rounds.
Inhale hartshorn through the nos
trils six or eight times a minute until
relief is obtained. Then after an
hour or so repeat again. This reme
dy is much used in France for colds,
and the use of it is attended with good
An old lady being asked to sub
scribe fur a newspaper, declined on
the ground that when she wanted
news she nanufactured it herself.
Several old men we are afraid
are engaged in the same line
of mobufacture, for they don't sub
scribe for either the News or the Her
Governor Scott has recently made
the following appointments : E. W.
Shand, Coimimissioner of D;eds for the
State of South Carolina in Austin,
Texas. W. L. C. Levy, South Caro.
lina Conmmissiober, residing in Pitts
County, North Carolina, JervIs
Pigate, Trial Justice, :hiloh, Sumter
Ve invite.attention to the Statis
cal publiutiun of Dr. Peak, "bhowing
up" some of the most glaring frauds
practiced upon the poor unfortunate
Tax Payeis of FAirfield County, and
proving conclusively a deficlt in the
late County TreaLsurer account.
The expenses as for this exhibit, of
the Couunty alone is Five Thouand
Dollar. more than the entire amount
of the whole Tar cAlected before the
the war, for the benefit of th State.
A careful c.umiination of certian
itens, which show very conclusively,
who.e the money has gone, We
really think the Tax . ers should
ca1 a public meeting and demand a
full and fair investigation.
R. J. McCarley has rrceived a
large stock of Now Goods ; such at
Groceries, Liquors, &o. He has on
hand an extra article of Bourbon
Whiskey direct from Kentucky, which
is pronounced by judges to be as fine
as the finest. See advertisemint.
There was a smash.up of the freight
train ynsterday morning, about six
miles below this place. The fireman
had his leg broken, and six oars were
thrown from the track. We did not
learn the cause of the accident.
Of the South Carolina Land and Im
migration Association, appears to be
not less well assured in the Northern
Mtates than in the South. Thousand,
of tickets to the gift concerts, to be
given in Charleston in October, have
been sold. Twenty-fuur hundred
cash pribes are then to be distributed,
the chief of which is an Academy of
Mu.ie, woith 250,000 ; the next
$100,000 ; the third $25,000, and s.
on from $10,000 downwards. Tht
oost of the tickets is only $5, and for.
tunes are awaiting the lucky holders
A great deal of interest in the mattem
has been elicited throughout the
We learn that two gentlemen of
Augusta, Ga., Messrs. Wm D'Antig
nac and John Dell, fought a duel at
Graniteville, in this State on Sunda3
morning last.e Two shots were ex,
changed. Mr. Dell received a severe
wound in the leg anid the other gen.
tlemnan was fortunate enough to escape
with two holes in his coat.
Ground to Deatli.
John Kel'q, aged 17, employed in
Golden's flies4work at Trenton, N. J.,
fell through the floor into the flint
cracker below. Hie was run into
the wheels and his body passed
out into the water below literally
Report of thme Beard of CommIssIoners
for~ Fairfld County, South Carolina, for
the fiscal year ending Oetober 81st, 1871.
oUT5TANDI~o oRI)Efas OV THlE OLD DOARD.
I N Wiuthers, $169 00
Jns 81 Stewart, 200 00
II MoMeekin, 66 46
W J Crawford, 228 00
0I R 1unt er, 180 00
0 W. Hinnter, 156800
William Finch, 76
Dr E~ A Oibson, 4 00
John Melantyre & Co, 7 00
Willjiiam troomi, 3 87
Albert Smith, 8 00
['Jenkins, 1 60
Jlohn Purcell, 6 00
Joaeph Lauhen, 27 00
Tot al, $1040 68
Poon HloUss ANI, FARMm.
M ii McGrady, 54 10
M J Mc~rady, 8 26
Keichin & Robertson, 66 05
Mrs J Rt DunlaP. 18 65
B F DavIdson & Co, 790 461
M 0 Dunlap, 84 0
MoMaster & Brlce, 18 66
0 P' Iloffman, 60 80
D~r T T Robertson, 76 00
iB E Ekin, 28 50
Hlector Lee, 0 04
Miarelh Rossr 6 97
J D) Hogan, 18 00
Dr E A Gibson, 18 00
J A Kennedy &Co, 19 00
Mrs ML Swart, 8 00
James Vaughn, 96 00
J P' Matthews, 49 2(
J M Vaughn, 6 92
A F Gooding, 1 25
8 P Dunlap, 200 00
T otal, 1595 84
BLIEF ODA.'irED To PooJR OUTBJDM Pool
James Mcreighi, making coffins, 15 0f
Rose Gailyard, 5 04
bampson ilhsonn wlfe and P Weleh, 60of
Mingo Kirkland and Polly Smith, 4 01
Carolino Blain, 404
Auareby Taylor, . 2 0(
Sally Met s, 2 0(
Mar a VOsNatt, 1504
Ruth Stanton, 8 0(
Levina Nokes, 2 Q(
David Crockett, 7 0(
Catherine McNeil, 80(
Cynthia lirown, 120(
George Lewis, 8 0(
Liloy Thompectt, 0 r(
riflfttob Kenneton nid wife, . 6 0
Rhody Thompson, 7 00
Sarah Gladney, 18 00
H ardy lRil, 8 00
Dinnh Bration, 9000
D11f1ilct Magill, 16 00
UIenjaman and Nattay Parnell, 6 00
Thomas liagood, 7 00
Jamis Lewis, 1200
Nancy James, 12 00
Total, 197 50
ROADs, DIDOEs, &c.
A F Gooding, 72700
R YMartin, 10976
0 8 Jones, 88800
Thomas Anderson, 800 00
Kirkland and Cook, 80.) 00
3 8 Cathcart, 826 00
James If Cook, 67 00
JC iaygood. 1600
W J Crawford, 190 00
J ) Ciuret e, 90 00
R T Yarborough, 70 00
John Rowe, 8 00
A P Irby, 900
J R DeLonseho, 6 00
Charles Tims, 160 00
JotI Moore, 10 00
Janen Nickleekin, 6500
IV J Davis, 9 00
I 11 flohertsct, 80 00
)1 MI Zealy, 0 34
W B1'Dunlap, 7 60
T B McKinatry, 18 50
Elijah Hall. 85 00
Ifo~laster hnd Brice, 8 00
J 0 Rabb, 2000
Levi Bolick 11 25
If 4 Smith, 8 00
B F Davidsont, 6 00
Total, 2.987 84
PUntic DUiLDINOS AND ofVfl(s.
John McCully, 9 10
MulluIre & Co, 86 00
Preditck totvi 62 62
Dr W H Aiken, 86 00
Johon IV Purcell, 146 40
Thomas Jadobs, 6 00
Woodward I Law, 96 00
IV B Peake, 21 40
A F Gooding. 32 75
James MI Daly, 12 00
W ii DaTS, 8 16
George Lewis, 8 60
Samuel B Clowney, 10 26
MecMaster & Brice, 108 66
Lada Bros, 2008
B F Davidson & Co, 116 80
Peter Byrd, 00 00
.1 0 Bong, 20 22
W M1 Nelson, 82 16
J 8 Stewart, 200 00
IV W Peake, 15 00
I A Smith, 9 t0
Total, loi W
DIETING ANh TRANsPORTATION OF PRisoNERs.
L W Duvall, 1,008 20
J P Roswell, 18 00
P F Frazee, 30 00
Total, 1,061 20
JUnY 4ND *ITN9sS TICKETS.
S B Clowney, 20 00
L W Duvall, 80 00
11 A Smith, - 21 00
Jury and witness tickets, Nov.
1870, March and July 1871, 1,113 80
COST IN STATE CASRS.
Joel Copes, 1528
John J Neil, 261 80
Robert Hawthorn, 11458
Daniel 1B Kirkland, 147 16
0 W Faucet, 21 00
J1 C tlaldwll 6 60
lilR Flannagan, 4 10
AJ Shaw, 40 00
J D Ashfrd, 88 80
1R E Quinn, 21 45
N P Myers, 68 10
Frank 8tark, 4 10
James N Hammond, 18 93
J E Stant on, 9860
John WV Smart, 6 46
Argyle Ihiragood, 800
Jas M Stewart, 4 80
J Rt ioy les, 908
SamI B3 Clowney, 201 01
L WV Duvall, 276 84
Total, 1888 49
ADVE.RTIsING AND DLANKDOO~s FOR OFFICE.
Desportes & Williams, 180 75
J W Denny, 84 86
Editor Daily Union, 40 25
Bryan & MoCarter, 68 60
J W Denny, 26 40
Total, 820 76
AMOUNT 0T CoMP'ENSAFZoN ALi~oWEb MsM.
nERS 01 TnlE DOARD FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
Mi U Dunlap, C C, attending 88
nmeetings, of board P8 pr da3 , 114 00
M U Dunlap, 46 days attending
to roads, bridges, &c. $3 per
day, 188 00
M (. Dunlap 1168 miles at 6 ate.
per mile, 67 90
John M Marlin, C 0, attending
81 meetings of board $8 per 0
John Md Martin attending 48
days roads, bridges, &c., $8
per day, . 144 0
John M Aiartmn 1660 mIles 6 ete,
per mile, 77 95
James H1 Cook, C C, attending 36
meeting of' beard $8 per day, 105 04
James HI Cook, 23 days attend..
ing roads, bridges, &c., $5
per day, 69 00
Jnmnes Hi Cook, 274 miles 6 etc.
per mile, 18 60)
W B Peake, clerk of board, sal
ary, 1871, 260 00
Totol, 1,082 do
Total amotut. of expend:torea
for the fiecal year 1871, 11,829092]
Table showing the amount due
the County and casts on hand
at the annual settlement for
the fiscal year of 18'j1. Tues
day. 6th of September.
Cash on hand - the annual set- -
tlement, Nlo,. 16, 1871, .0,207 0()
Taxes in execution at annual
settlemeut, Nov. 16, 1871, ,762 74
Amount asmessed tor-Alseal Year / 6
Fines and lindletsea golleoted
for 1871, 1,262di
Amount 'of ex'penalltres forth
fiscal year 1871, .11,829 92
County Ti easure'. Cnm, AhaO ant
0 Anoun~tdue the county Sept. 6,
1 . 4,018 48
Amotat of -axes stilo unoolI1Oct.
ed of px 'titiot.s- 1870, - 2949
and )h execution i, 78'
Cash an hand, Sept. 6, 1871, $8,830 94
The above accouts are innde out regu
larly and probated. W. B. PEAKE,
sept 20-tlxl Clerk.
Is a blessing voucheared to few. Evei
those who have been favored by nature witI
strong ocuntitutiots and vitorous fratmiei
are apt to neglect tie precatuions ,ace4Aar,
- to presetts these precious ensdowuinents. -
Indeed, "sa rule. the "'ore healthy and ro
bust a man iN, the inoe liberties he ii in
eilned to take with his own physique. I
is some consolation to tie naturally wenl
and feeble to Inow that they can be so in
vigorated and built tip, by a pp.oper use o
the means which science han pliced at thei
disposal. as to have a much bettqr chane
of long life,.and exe'mptions from disease
and pain, than the mno t athletto of their
fellows wio art foolish enough to-suppose
themselves invulnerable, and act According
It is not too nuolh to any that more that
half the people of the civilized world need
an oocasional Ionic, I emable them to sup.
port the strain upon their bodies andminds,
which the faiqt life of this restless age os
easions. In fact, a pure, whol-some. un
exciting tonio is lte grand desider,.tum of
the-busy millions, and they have the arti
cle In H osetter's Slomach itters. It is
a stantlwal nedioine, I. e. it imparts per
mia.ent strength to the weak systems and
invigorates delictoe constitutions. Its re
putation and its sales bruvo steadily itn
creased. t'ompettlive preparations have
been Introduced rd /b/uimi, and, as far as
time publIe Is concerned, ad naus.eum. in the
hope of rivalling it; but they have all eith.
Er perished in the attept, or been left far in
the rear. It has been the grent medical
success of the present century, and It is
quite certain that no proprietary medicine
in this country Is as widely known, or as
fet lightening prceses, running inces.
santly (8Uttdays excepted,) the whole year
through, barly supply the demnittid for the
Illustrated Almanae. in whi thi lie nature
and uses of the preparalion are Fet 'fort Ih,
the circulation now being over eight mil
lions a year. Sept 2
IMt'ouRaNt To BUitnitns ANi CONTRAC.
Tons.-We learb from our Charleston ex
changes that Mr P. P. Tonle, the well.
known nianufacturer of Doors, fashes,
Blinds. &c , lins'established a depot at No.
20 Ilayne street, where he keeps cousttitly
on hand not only all articles from Iizown
manuf.tctory, but also every vnriety of
builders' hardware, French and Atnerican
window glass, both plain and ornamental,
slate mantitals, and, in short, everything
necessary to finish, handsomely, a. resi
dence, a store or a church. sept 2
"THu UNIVnRSAL Ayvn."-On my jour.
neys over the continent. -through 'Turkey.
india China, Japan, Peru. Chili. Paraguiay,
Brasil and MAleico, and the United Sintes
in thent all to some extent and in some to a
great eclent, I have found the univers-al
Ayer represeted br his family medicines,,
which ate often held In fabulous esteem -
Whether they Win their marvelous reptioa
lion by their cures, I know not, bt I know
they have It to such a degree that it fire
quently gae me a distinguished impor
lance to have cone from the same country.
[Field's 'ette'rs from abroad. sept 2
Pure Seed Wheat
AND SEED OATS, for sale at
It. L. ELLIOTT & CO.
1H AVE just, received a fr'esh, lot of all
1kInds of Groceries, both Fancoy and
The celebrated Old Bourbon Whtiskey, di..
rect from Kentutcky, besides every kind of
Brandy, Wine. Ales, &c.
Good hemlock Sole-L.eathmer.
A lot of American Club Fish, better and
cheapser than Sardines.
sept28 R. J. MetA RLEY.
AT WHITE'S BAKERY
ANOT hiF.R fresh supply of plain and fan.
cy7 Candies, Oratnges Cocoanutsm, Pecan,
Baiand Hazel Nuts, English Walnuts
Al mends, Brandy Peaches, Oysters, &e.
BiHl for Partition.
John P. McKisik and wife vs. DavId L
Glenn Admr. and others.,
Pursuant to an order of Court made it
the cause above stated, the ereditors o
the estate of HI. A. Glenn dec'd., are re
quir-ed to present and establish thoi
elsime before the undereignted as lBefere
at;,the office of Clerk of Court, it
Winnsboro 8, C. on or before 1st Nov next
SA M!L. B, (SLOWNEY
sept 21 ti xGolieferec,
THl EGREAT FRENCH R~llE1
DlIamarre's Speoiflo Pills,
Prepared by GAnAsCmit & Doti'ost, Nc
2J4 Rune Lombard, Pari-s, and highly
recomnmetnded by thme entire Medi
cal Faculty of France,
Are t he very best Remnedy it all easati c
Spermator-rhcea or Seminal Weakness
Nightly, Daily or I remature Etmissions
Sexual Weakness or Impotency ; Weakne's
arising from Secet H abits and Sextual Ex
ceases ; Relaxation' of tihe Genital Ortns
Weak Spine ; "Limo" or "Brick dust" dt
posits in the Urine 1 "Milky Disehar'ges,
&o., aned all the ghastly traina of Sy mptout
arising from Overuse or Eloesses.
They care when all other remedies fall
Futt dIrect-ons int every box.
Price $1 peor Box, or 6 Boxes for $5.
Bold by time principal Dt'ugglats, or wil
be sent by mail, secttrely sealed from al
-observation, by enclosing price to the S4ol
General Ageht for .AmerIca, JOB MOSEF
180ot'tlidi 5 , New York. Pamphmlets c
advice sent f to any addr.'ssa"
Bran feeux0i.W fr
are unfailing inlthe etre-of Coigghs, Coldi
Asthat ronciti, 9re: Throat, Hloaret
nesDffc lBreatblngi. Inoipient Ces
stuspti-a aed fiseeases of the' tunge. The
have no taste of modicine, and any chil
wll talkqeshnrj HThengastlis.bp1se been rt
stored td healtft, that htad before iespairec
76Terhc ny gIven iA bfltidredg of" osses.
uibgle dosne relieves in Ten Miniter. As
- for JIRYVF ' PirMunI rW A ora.
5AUOT & CO.
Have Opened Their
AND have on hind the iargsit stock
GRO0ERES, PROVISIONS BM
GING, TIES, &o., that have ever been o
fered in this market. Those having 0i
Cash, will be certain to get a bargain i
our lino. We are determ;ned to sell vet
low and give our Plnntors io exuds f(
going to r0chambia.
Onr Stock Confsts Iin Part of
60 O.aIes Bagging,
600 Bundli Ties,
r 6 Barrels "Cut Loaf" Sugar,
6 . rrnshed
0 '' UGranulated
6 " Standard A, ''
6 66 6 6, 6
f " ex.,
0 '' Portiandi
I hhd. Iiveipool whitl e
1 ** CNee U, .
1 ** Dmnerar
1 "~ It R.
4 sacks Old Gov. Java Coffee,
4 Intilation 4.
4 Laguayra "
15 '' lest Itio
6 e Commnon Rio '
0 tierces linitimnre Syrup,
20 barrels N Y. **
8 ** Silver Drip R,rnp,
8 -' Golden Drip e'
4 hhds, C. It. Bacon Sides,
4 ' 1100:1 so
4 " C. It. Bulk 64
4 " 1r'con Shoulders,
2 ti-reus Fine Fanily onnvassed 1Jan
20 boxes Cinoinnati Candles,
10 " Family SoAp,
10 " Common .4
8 " Laundry Starch,
2 'enrl -Extra" Sinel,
150 saks Nashville and Louisville Flour,
60 barrels Auguisla Flour,
211 hoxes Presh ('heese.
Bitrels, j barrels, I barrels and kits oi
Nos. 1, 2 anl 3 Aolkerel and Shad, dircei
Peaches, i'ltienpple, Prepared I Iam,
Spiced atid Fesmh Sulmon. Green lens.
Qiinces, Strawberries, ina Benus, an,]
Cranuorry Sauce, Tomatoes, in 1, 2 and 3 lb.
cans. cheap by the dnzen, Tongui s, Pre.
pared Cocoanut, liread Preparation, &c.
Cut Nalima, lorse N,.ils, Mile Shoes
Spades, Shocls, .anure Farks, A xe-.
fames, Trace Chamms, Balances, *. iie
yards, Brooms, lMushes, Iinckets, l'ails
26 onses of Men's Women's and Chil
dret 's Shoes, of all styles ani1d at all prices
Call and examine ou- stock.
A LL persons linving demds against ihe
esitatie of John W. Clarke, deceased.
will present the ainme ('ly ntieited ; anl
those indobted will make payment without
delay to IENRY CI.AIRKE,
sept 28-t2xl Adn inistrator.
As usual with ni, we offer our en.
tire stook of SUMMEIR GOODS ti
Cash buyers, at greatly reduced rates
Bargains offered in every line 01
Goods, such as Boots and Shoes,
Hate and Cape, Dress Goods, Men't
Wear, Ac, Call aoon, and if we oar
suit in sty les, the prices shall satisfy
LADD) BROS., & CO.
Cottont C otton i
We will continue to purchase Cot
ton during the coming fall. 'J'he lib
oral prices paid by WVinnsboro mer
chants the past year, we trust, wvil
induce all tFairfield to sell their cot
ton at home. COUJNT A[1TL COS'
WVELL---.you can find no better mar
ket. L A DD) BR~OS & CO.
-Drugs I Medicines I
Having refitted cttr IDrug st ore in thi
best style, we will continue to sell thb
purest goods at the lowest mnarke
prices. Especial attetlton paid t
quality and standrard strength of over
article offered for sanle.
lull stock of the best preparatin
Sof Bitters, Perfumory, Fancy an<
Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils and Dy
Stuff.s, Lammpa, Chimney.., Spices, CG
gars and every kind of house keepin
good.., usually kept in a first clum
SDrug Store. Prescriptions carefull
aug 12 _______
-ESTfABLISH ED 1859.
.I IRESPECTFULLY in
forts the citizens of
a nnsb~toro and Fairfield District, tihat
have a fuall ssortment of Wamohos. Je welr
.Chocks, Bpectacesm, &e., alwrays on hand
a. will sell at time lowest prices, and woul
respeomiully ak the contnuance of 1i1
1 patronage of my old friends nd customern
I All goods warranmed as represented. 1 mni
a pre ared to do ail kind of Watch andl Jee
,etry work mmmd have always a good * tock 4
f material on hand, and will gmarantee aih
fact ion. All work warrantmed.
- C'i(IlAIRLES MULLERI,
Reccend door from 0o.R ' Ote
A iIRE supply of Presha Turnip Seeu
i luso, recoived. Also Turpentine, Ptt
-White Lead, D~urbarn Smoking Toiaucc
-Also CottLop Yaru,Brown Homiespun. Book
k Medclales; lardware, 81.oes. Ao a lnrf
(ol llow fori 'the enhd.
The Undersigned, hgs to Infort
s the Planters of' Fairfield,
That he is Agent forsale or tihe following
r Fortilizers, which he now has In stoie, and
is ready to furnish them at the tisanufao.
r turer's prices,withs the freight and dray'a e
o added. Cnil nnd get circulars.
Prodition . Tinieased frona 1 to
r 300 per cent. by their use.
100 Tons Carolina.
S -26 1' Soluble Pacilc.
8 " 1aigh'O'law Bono.
10 " Zell's Superphosphat*.
6 Magnum Bonum.-.
8 " Allautic Phosphate,
6 " Maryland Anioniteted.
6 " Cotton Food.
1 ' South Sen.
Compound Acid Phosphate fr, % mtiix ng.
wit li otton Sted. . .
Cotton taken in exchange. for some.
of thein, delivered ieat fall.
JON H. CAIllRT.
Dry Good , &o,,
On rIand anld to Arrive.
40,000 Lbs. Prime Bacon Sides an
100 Bbis. Lotilsville and N. C. Fleur, all
1,000 Bushels Corn.
10 llble. N. Molasses.
4 [iS. Syrup,
6 llds. W. I. Motssi0e.
16 llags of Coffee.
Barrels nnd Half Ba:rels Mackere,
Tea, 8oapi Tobacco, Salt, Iron, Trace
Vlaiins. lIQws and Plow Steel, Hoes, White
Lend, llopo, Shoes, Osnajurgs, Biriped and
I '1inn, Shiling, and Heavy Plartation
Goods, willh vaied oilier articles on hand
an4d will be sold an'low for oash as the Uke
't' tioles can be furnished by any other
Parties wanting any of (lie above, will
tind it to their interest to call and examine
my stock before purchasing.
JOIN 11. CATItIART.
Doors, Sashes, Slinds, &cs
P. T". T O .A. L :..
Manufaoturer and Dealer,
No. 20 HIayne Street and Horlbeck's Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AJr' This is the largest and most con.
plete factory of the kind in the Southern
Atattes, and all articlon In (his line can be
trurnished by Mr. P. P. Toale at prices
which defy competition
A&- A pamphlet, wih full and dotailed
'nr of all sizes of Doors, i'-aslegand Milinds,
sd the prices of each, will be sent free
Mid post paId, en applicalion to
P. P. TOALB.
July II-ly Charleston, 8. 0.
Pure ripoH9 and Emory.
W ELL1 known t~o Jewellers and silver'
smsithfa as a superior and economlcal
article for oleaning and burnishing Gold,
Silver, Copper, Steel, Britainnia and othser
metals, and also for cleunning Window.,
Mir: or and alassware. For male by
sept 9 MoINTY RE & ('O.
Seoiling their Entire. Stock
I~h and Sale
j Wld, receivo on of' about, thej 4ras, of
I. Poptcember next, a l(J0 pf ~tra fine e1n.
Luiciy iipr~seu 3 i Muses. I rie'd & rlng
finsti odk udi II o well't ic loli me early
In coddieeitdwith inf ELiwb~ry statile, I
hauve .Tletied afCatia o,. Buggy and Wag'
oni i'acsoty-o Ailso~J nealily exeouhted and
w svra , .Give pie'g. qal(. -
I A' M sapw: prepered .(o do work in
thipes ,np d, .beet *at es. (ly
In no neod ' wi Eti' h
rh non Mehtik rg i33.o
I//* as(Iin ivbody. ! Or'ds's nto re'l for'
I FOR SALE
B Y virtue of authority vested in ine
Exccttor of the last will and testA
meet of V. 8. Lyles, decensed, I will offe
for sale at public outcry to the highest bid
der at I lie Court. flouso in Winasbero, o
the first Monday or November nest, all lit
)f real estate belonging to the aII W. .
.yles, deceased, to wit :
lAl that valuablo plantiaion o. trac o
land, whereon fle decrased resided :Ia thi
o time of his deat ha, 0ota ii 1in11iugun Thoulutqtnj
n Aerev. m1ore or less, lylig and titoint il
the Coun By of Fait ield, niotit thrtee uilel
from Ashford's Ferry and Strother's Depot
on 8. and U. I. I., and on tho publio high
way leading to WinnAboro, and bounded h
linds of W. J. Clowney, Dr. T. J, Lyles, d
11. l'ergon, Col. Di vid P'rovince ankd o1th
ers This plaCe Is is lonithy and plensait
ly loca'ed as any in the Stnte, td lai
upon it a confortable dwelling house, barn
stall's, gint house and other necessary Out
it will bo sibdivided in(o two or mior
Irau'1a, aitild offered for sale in such parcel
an 1he day of sale. Plats of whiclh will
be lirepared'in due (fine and shown to nny
onie desirous of seeing them, nnud grei
pleisure will bo (alken by tlha Executor oI
W. If. Lyles, re4sing onl Itho promtises, it
showing tlie lands tj any one who may de
sIre to see (hieflh beforo tlie sale.
The personal property consists of sa
llormo. three Mules. some Cattle, one Four
anil one Two Horse Wagon, Household and
Kitchen Furnitur.-, &a., will be sold on
Wednesday following on the premises. The
terms of salo will be aq follows: For (le
personal pr-operty, Cash. For (the teal es
late. one:third cash, and for the balance
(hereof. a credit of one and two years,
equal annual lustalinents, with i-iterest
from (ite day or sale, payable nnually.
Purchasers to give bond with two or more
approved sureties, and a morigage or the
premises, rind pay for all tnecessary papers
and revonuo stamups.
- THOMAS M. L.Yl.E1,
Elecutor of the Will of IV. S. Lylos, doc'd.
The State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COURT OF ]'RODATn
John Mendor, Ex'or of Last Will and Tes
ment of Doroas Mobley, dcoea-eal. vs.
Sarah L. Boilware adth ler baniaid Os.
nond io-lware, Dilcitna 'err and her
itishand William Korr, .1. W. IlIill and
wile sliarriet JIill, lethanimy Woodward
atld h1-1r hushantd Joel Woodward, Isa
bela Diekriorgo and het lmband iarioi
Dickersonai, Drucilla Mobley, llizabeth
\lal-by, llaey Weir, Jnclkson Mobley,
\ei.urkinl Mobley, Nat han Mlobley.
-1Lutes Mobley, Natnay Mitchell' Mary
IlIill, S. A. IIill, Susna (AInytoi, Victor
It. iobley, Iltolert F. NIAlhley, Isalal
Mobley, Itynns C. Mobley, Martha Me
Cron-i. Mary F. Itobertson), I.. ', Mobley
and her ituisbiand It. Niatibley, Cynthia
McOraw, atd her huishanl h. It. Mo
Graw, Bell Free, Larkina Free, James
Free, Caroline Viermillion nnd her huts
banld Willinmat Ve-mtiilliont, Jaie Watsont
and h-r li b il liol)ert WaBton, Gordaan
Free, Williamtit Free, - Foster andsa -
Foster, (Chtiristian names unknown,)
heirs of Mary Mobley, decensed-Defen
Summons for Partition of Real
To (the nbove-nained Defendants in ithl
act ion . You are lcreby saiumoned and re
qiuired to answer the Petition in this case,
whielh is filed in the ofiee of the Judge if
Probnte for (lie Cuanty tanid 8tataforesaiid
,tid serve a copy of your at wi-, th.
subscribers at their ll at. N I; I
!ange, in the Toi n t ( i .t' . t.. ij si,
;ate, within Bwenty dtays after Bh Ie s-rvice
if the sititmonS (n yott, exchtisive of (lie
lay of servIce, atil if you fail to nnwer
Ie Petition within th tite aforenka, the
l'alitiouners will tapply Bto (lie Couart. of Pro
bale of theo County aforeaid for (lie -elief
Witntess, Williamia M. Nelsont, Esquire,
Ju ige of Probate inat for- aiad Caounoy
thtis the 28th dasy of Autat. A. 1) 1871.
MacCANTS & D) )U(LAS8,
Attorn-ys for Petiiioners.
W. M NE LSON, [ L. 8.1j
Judge of Prohnte.
"'o tho Defentdants-Rtoert F. Mobley,
Isaiah Mobley, Rtyani C. Mohtlley, Martha
Mct-rm. Mary F". lonintsoni, E. P. Afoley
andl hrt Ithsand, R. E. Mobley, Cyn thitn
Mc~lraw anal (tor hutsbandi ID. R. Mc~r w,
lli Freo, Larkint Frece. Jhames Free, Caro
hate Vermillion nind her huslbantd Williami~i
Verimillioni, Jante Waton andtt Item- hubaand
.Rober't. Watson, Gor-datn Free, William Fr-ee,
Victor Rt. Mlobley, Foster andl --
Fostetr (chrIstian tSante's un~kntown) heIr of
Mary Mol-Iey, deceased.
Tatke notice that the PtIton In
thais case were filed lan (te oflice of
-te Juidge of I'robate, for thie County of
Fairfield arid State of South Car-olina, on
the 28th day of Auhust, A. 1). 1871.
MeCANTS & D)OUOL~AS.9,
uep 6 ~tOAttorneys for Petitionets,
The State of South Carolina,
COUJNTY OF F~AIRIlDr,
COUnT 07 COMatON PrLUas,
James M. McCollutm, Administrator of Es
tate of Williamt Crosby, decoeagdd, Plhain
y tiff, agatnst, Janmes W. Cr-oshy, Francis
Yongue anal lier husbantd Janies W. Yott
V gue. Pauilirta Prico and her husband
. authbett Price, A manada McCollumn. Mart
SColvin ad her hiusbaind Aintaley Colvin,
Ch'(arity 0. Tells anal lier hiubnfid John
A. Teitz, Josaepht Ii. Crosby, WillIam 11:
0 Crosby, John 1k. CI-osby, Mlattie, E.
- Crosby, Johna Mobley, lBut'er Esttes, Fa
grah R Rluff arid hter husaband Daaniel (1.
Rlif Lucy Smith anid her btusland Wil
lias 5mnithi. Davbal Crosby, jr., and Alicia
Ellfli1OllS for Itel6e,
To the Defendtahlst: You anro hereby sum.
moned anti requaireid to ainswer the coim
plaint, in this actiona, whIch is filed in tht
oilhice of the Cher-k ouf the Coutrt of CoanG
I aiaon Pheab, for the asaidl County. and it
servo a copy of yotur a stwer to said corn
phuinttonlm thetabscribmers at their .fflice
witoi 6 anngs, Winnsbirel in said State
wihntwaenty alaya after lae set-vice here
Sof, excluisivo of BItt- dlay of sucht service
dand if yout fail to anstver (lhe comnplaint
Iwithlin tha time atforemald, tho plailntiff -ir
-thui-a action will apply to theo Coturt for (hi
relief de-mandle a in the comtplaist,
Iat ed Judy .187 I..
MeCA~td '000 h~fA .A.A
To thltluftrndantts, Jres,.W, ('rosby
blary A. Caslvin hand her htausad Aitne(ej
Id olvint; Take fiotlimeha,t (ihe Ooyopljnt'iz
, this action was Siled 'in the offtho of thi
6, Cotn of Corornion . J'ond, for (ihe Counta
, -and Stat. aforesaId ont the 20th day 0