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Winnsboro Cotte Market.
Since our last report 378 hate,. of
Cotton bavo been sold int this itark,-t,
at'prices ranging grow 151 to 16&
cents per pound.
Sale of Land--inaao H. Means.
Currants l-Mc[ntyre & Co.
Groceries-Melttyro & Co.
Now Arrivals att Bea&ty's,aea adver
We call attention to the advertise
went of R. J. MaArley, iu another
oulumn,of Juat Arrived.
Citation--W. M. Nelson.
Clover a temedy for Cancer.
An uechaange say) that common red
cluver used ah a wash and drank as a
tea, has proved effectual iL curing
several cases of cancer. The cuudu
rando plant, of Sough Aueries, is the
great specific for this disease, and
though of very recent discovery, sev.
eral very rowarkable oures are to
ported front its use.
Whant at Five Dollar Bill Mipy
It will buy a ticket which will give
the hoider a chance to draw, in Jan
uary next, one (f 2.404 cash prises
the largest of which is an Academy of
M'u.ic, worth $250.000 ; the second
$100,000 ; the third $25,000, and the
others of sial!ct suinos, from $10,000
downwards. The schetue is under the
control of Msarrs Hutler, Chadwick
ak..d Giny, well knt wo gentletmen in
'ouath C 0alia. consi ttutirng an Imini.
grant As.'..ci-tiorn, and the drawing
will be atrictly honorable and imupai.
A Braketnans Arrested.
We ,. rn trom the (Col umbia
UnIon -f S.., soiny I .-, taat a, the
I.tra in wa. its W.y iinoi, oi the
Ca rlot te, 'e i uia aud Augus a
road, a tbrkkemi.aie, aga;nat whom a
United St.ates wara.nt h d been is
sued, was taken off 1y a deputy nar
hlt,11 a*J, conifined in thejail at Colum
bia Tito manner of tt was bo sud
den that se.veral persons 'were some
what surporised1. We learn the chargeb
are of a Ka Klux nature.
A meetintg of the Fairfield kSoldier,
Reiief Asm.ciati..n was held on MbLn
da,, 30th October, 1871.
The Po(Sideit, G :acI al Jai.n Brat..
too, cnlled the mootintg to order.
All the officers of the Association
were unanimously re-elected.
On motion, the Pt esident appointed
the following tauned delagates to A
tend the third annual ;,e-.n a. :e
Sarvivorn' Association of S.nt. C,.;.
lina, to take pt . -ti Ta ursua:.:, t:
November, 1871, at Col umbt. , S. C.,
Colonel James H. Rion, (Caj. W.
M. Dwight, Capt. Samauel Cloa'.ey,
Co.loanel D. Pru inuce, C;. pt. J c..; A.
N HIin atant.
On miot ion of Col. Rlio, the name
of the Preasidenat, General Bratton,
was added to the list of Delegates.
On moution te met ing aojourned.
JOHfN IIRATTON, Prdt.
SAML. B. CLOWNFY, See
Trths from the Othier Side.
romatless i uber of the Belauforf
oRepban we eeac them fling:i
"Tng heet ore DaighlyioWha
cawole himsf hito treaer suhase
tcoridn toe permsaent are ai
coutles nt Sumbe ad treatioof
fcromte grorH dees tohe tnhis
drg egi isue ain hourand hens
hloing thereay, ariderehwll tWe
tan tol) him how tar to tratuhcse
u hi e disesent i ante amiisraio
fomne Governor downd theie
inu a~ loi atru ,. nd from te
throduh aln the mior appoair nts,
eleyand Jehay Cadwther, will then
ponetvede Tia ieha~ hou ot
iata ati n ciati , igkats ito
cost ontl. five daollars. The b.ghe~st
p.rize is ..n Academy of Mu.,ae, waorth
iThe drawing takes pl~ce atn the 8.hI
Sout andsettlin the onlands, and
ists i the cmntry
The hrenlogial J ublic
One o thevery ew mgasines
whic ar pubishd atthepresent
day for the radical benefit of readers,
--is represented on our table by its
November number. The contents1
Sshould interest every live mem~ber of
our commnunity. The fallowing ar
particularly Interesting. Jas. Me
Cosh, President of Princeton College;
A Man attatinig 1130(1 ; spiritual po 0
evce0 ; the. Eiduented- 5M.i) in Angri
can &$.ibty ; Akx'r If St.opheSh4
Thoghtt tin 'breniogy ; the Tagab,
and Vi.syais ; lealIby or Diveated
Children ; "Fill up the (Mnt &I)
Men.-uro ;" Pre-hir o(1 Mmi ; h'le
Don Counst.r iot r ; un my ln ; [hs
RwciUo'utedtt>s, or thu buy who
gut A situAivu ; etc. The pubbisle
offer., the lat three numb6iliei s of 1871
f1ce as b promiui'to subsorib'ra for
1872. Torutu $3 a year,,siuglo um
bers 30 cOUt,. S. It. Wells, 389
Broadway, N. Y.
Cut this Out.
Those who are not thvroughly post
ed in regard to what conatituitb a
bushel, we would, for their benefit,
refer them to the stateuo at given. -be
Corn shelled, fifty six pounds,
Rya, fifty eight pounds,
Irish potatoes, sixty pounds,
Wheat, bixty pouttds,
Corn, on the cub, sevetity pounds,
Buckwheat, fifty-two pounds,
Oats, thirty-two pounds,
Scet potatoes, fifty pounds,
Onions, fifty seven pounds,
Beans, sixty-two pounds,
Bran, twenty pounds,
Clover seed, forty-five pounds,
Timothy seed, sixty pounds,
Flax seed, fifty-six pourids,
Hemp seed, fhrty-five pounds,
Blue grass. fourteen pounds,
Dried apples, twenty-our pounds,
Dried peaches, peeled, thirty-three
pounds, unpeeled, thirty-six.
Old John Robinson', show made a
grand display on Saturday last.
There was quite a large crowd of
denizens in attendance. There was
aso a- good deal of benzine afloat.
The Edgefield Advertiser records
the death of Geo. W. Henderson, an
old and respected citizen of Granite
Messrs. Branch, Scott & Co., of
NUgusta, Ga., have sent one thousand
dullars to the Chicago suffurers.
Tte discovery has been made that
grape leaves make a yeast in some
reapects superior to hops, as the
bread rises sooner and has not the pe
culiar taste which many object to in
that made from hops.
Thu weather for the past two or
-tree days hs beon dark and gloomy.
We have had also heavy falls of rain.
At the Episcopal Convention held
recently at Baltimore, the Rev. Wim.
liell White Howe was consecrated
Assistant Bishop of South Carolina.
The set m1on1 Was prtacled by the
R R v Ln1 d wy t y
hAf-ehi!h-d cV01dit i"shi -. p0_o
live. More ciughIM, co'lds, e..ap
tt0it and1 t'eveC' 5 r &1tbrodito~ed by dt.
ting in halt' ehilly roomis on to
days when it seems hardly becessary
tm build ties thatn from other causes.
.. OnoanyvaLs' , d'ept. 16. 1871.
C'aptus . J Mean., Agent, Equitable Lif
DszAn 8in hereby acknowledge the
receipt of 5087 9--being the ahmount of
Polioy No. 62,6 . in the Equitable for
$6,000, en the life \tra. Francis P. Cros
by, deceased. It a rds me pleasure to
testify to the prompt e with which the
Company has noted, aving pati the
amount. as soon as the sixt cys had1( OX
pired a-:d tihe necessary legal s s iaken.
Signed. DAVID P. CRtO, Y,
sept 23:1 Guar isa.
T John Willinghamx, of La
T STATE OF SOUTH OAROLIN~A,
OUNTY OF F'AIRF"JELD.
By4 W iamn 11. Nelson, Probate Judge, in
. aud for said County:
To Jame Wiilingham, John Willingham,
Fletcher ,lkln, and Martha lkin, h a
wife, an Thomas 0. Watt had Sarah
Watt, his w e.
A hereas, Jo a .llinnant. and Margaret
lhinnnnt, his wlf and Mary Wilhtnghmam,
have filed a petiti , in the Court of Pro
bate praying for asa e for Dartition of the
real estate of Joseph illinghiam, deceased,
andi for equaliiation it the Defendants
out of tihe proeed'ts ther f.
You therefore are her summoned t'
appear before me at my o in Winntebo.
r.,, Be. Ca., on t he 10:1l. da,' f December
next, then and there to shme* e use af any
30ou can why the p foti~e of- sat d +etiflion
should not be granted.
Given under my hand and ea of office
this the 26th day of October, A. . 1871.
[L,. i J W. M. NEIA03N, J. P. C,
Published by order of the Probate dige.
Ott. modern course of living begets 'a
condtion of the body that requires ornca.
sienal relief. LTe system becomes en
fe, bled, deranged, clogged, and iaborn in
its task. The mind aympathixes with it
and both sina, or are depressed together
To restore the vital energies, purgethe .sys.
tem--leanse the blood--take Ayer's Pills.
-Glsgow_(Ky.) t.ree Press.
Is(PUovuuNT IN CHIAn;,EsroN.--Andung
the recent improvements it, Chrlreston is
the warehoutse and builders' depot ofliMr.
P. P. Toa'le, the manuacturer- of' Du-oris.
$asbes and Bin~ids, extending tht-eugh
from N.. 20 ilayne street, to 19o. 88 Pinok.
ney street, and said to be the most exten
sive as wplt as them mq6 cow p lete etab..
lahuitat he f t k a . ~kJhtasi.
Trust WhAt Time Smnotioned.
The maxim that the -Loce of the people
it tle voice .r the divinty way in siome
Oa-e. be p.ent to doubt, , but testinony of
1iot". isn- ls entify.tened witlgesses extending
1luthiegh a -series of years. and all to the
sme puriort, is worthy of o.edence, ad
nits of no question U:op such testimony
the reputation of Ilose 'er' Stomach Bit.
ters as oi antidote and cure for wany all.
mienis is batsel. During the twenty years
tha it, has been before ti-e world. innune
re-t'I)o preuetions iteried to comipete
igah it, idoe gn0 )il SS runke, anid
wil je (lhu prig"arts of lh.tt, e-i.omrpairle
tilnle hs. Iheen i-wifi ail.d steady --ala-ya
11as )ul odifuctiona producedill a revolution inl
thetaipeuies. ai it p),Ovetd 5o be osne of
5ho-- su!uairry retOIltiosii that annot go
b-ookwards. To-lay Htel t er's Biters
is ole o' the ust lpopi the rlmedica in
chlistensdos,. 14ndii commi.i a larg..t Male
ihan a sny otier unid iinil prepantonis, do.
metttic or import.d, on Lthi side of the.A t
lantic. As a euro for dy-pepsia, bitlous
disorders, iiet-vous niffeelions, general de
bility, and as a preventive of epidemic fe.
ver, it takes precedeice or every other ie
nedy. This fact blIould teach the ambitious
country dealers who endeavor to foist
their local aboriolns on thie public in its
stead, how lutile their stinll aohipts to
cajole the coinitiiy miust nceessarily be
Where the glne tish have railed there iA no
ClIIce3 for the "sntoker's." Oct 8
Bacon and Lar'd.
'0 E N arrel dboier Laid. htik Ment at'l
lC R iacon Idem, just tree iw o"I stil
fi- sale by J E M l.: EA'1 Y.
HA RD WA RE.
Oi hand a ftull asrortment of Shovels,
Spades. Mantire Forks, Trace Chains. 11*1
ances, Steelyards, Ilames, \lnie Shops,
Nails, [torso Nails. Kettles, Sauce panls,
Well 1tuckets, Axes. Axe li-ndles. Fry
Pans, Sieves, Hatchets, Steel. Irot., loiss
Shoe Iron, &c. BACOT & CO.
T HE subscriber hr.s a few thousand of
Wilson's Albany Strawberry Plants, in
fine growing condition of which he will dis
pose on the same terms that he paid for
them at. the Nursery. Price $1 00 per
hundred. J. S. CONNOR.
PU RE Leaf Lard, in 20 lb. tin pails, Para
finle Candles, 3) cim. per lb . I kee Blue
Stone, 1 Keg English Copperns, b b xes
Italian Maccaroni, 25 ets. per lb., Assorted
Toilet Soaps. very cheap. Raisos. Currants
and Almonds, Pulverized and Urnnulated
Sugars. Nee lulled Buckwheat Flour.
oct 8 BACOT & CO.
l'al1 AlJ4 1
Las tu'.e ha,
li lr ISt,
We ask I he at tentioln of t L:uib-s and
the Pubilic genertally Lo thu lauge arnd
choice assortmienit of the. uabov. goods,
which we are lin receiving for the fail
McMASTER & BRICE.
ESTABLISH ED 1859.
SI RIESPECTFULLY in
form thea citizens of
'nnsboro and Fairfield District, that 1
have just returned from New York and
havo purch-teed a fult assortnaent of Watch.,
as. Jewelry, Clocks, Speotacles, &c., and
will sell at the lowest prices, and would
respeo-fully ask the cnitutiuance of the
pateonaig e of mny obsl friende anid cuttnelrs,
All goods warranted as rep reesnted. I ata
prepared to do atl kind of Watc aoAnd Jew.
elry work ands have always a good , tock of
good material on hand, andl will gtiarantee
satitslition. All work warratnted.
Flecend door from Coel. Rion's Ofie..
ivery and Sale
A. F. G0D IN G,
IWI(j1, ecivo on or about the first of
S 'eptember next a lot of extra fine Ken
tuoky hlorses a di Mutles. Parties desiring
fine Stook'w ill do trell to call on tee early
In connection with my L~ivery Stable, I
have opened a ('atrin ge, Buggy and Wag
on Factory. All work neatly executed and
varwantati1. e e a alt.
It E$PECTFULLY announces to the pub.
lie that he 1. now receiving and open.
Ing (at the store room formerly oopied by
Bacot & Co ) a new stock of goodsa consist.
ing in part of Sugar, Coffee, Molasses and
Syrup, li'e, BUgging, Iron Ties. Twine,
Powder and Sbo.e, Aule Orease, 'iheese,
'Jr.icke'-- iapl. Minilln Hope. Candles,
PaintPi . . . Tus und 'hurns. 3rooms
Weil lauckets and Me:*urte, Soda, tilue
-toine, oetrirat4d Lye. Candy, Pepper
111 O Giger, V'halus. Axres, Spades, .4hot els.
Matlure Forks. seils, ilorie and Mule
Shoes.'Iobacco, Tin Ware, Vinegar, Rali.
Uacotn, Ihnir, &c. All of which will be
offercd at prices in suit the timea.
The higieAt smiarke trice" paid in Cash
for CThon and sther Produce. It will bi- a
pleasure to him to show lilq stuck, and at
tend to the wants of his lrien4a. (Jive himt
a call. Oct 10
B RLS. Extra C and Brown Sigars, Mack.
erel in barrels and b its, bbls. Fl'tr.
Fresh Penoher, Oysters. Devilled ftum,
'omtnoes. Sardines, Green Corn. Freeh
Salnii, Pmo Apple. Jellies, Ireserves.
1randy Penches, Brnidy ChAerrieo, Pickiev.
(thwv Chow impairtel. Fine Chewing atnd
nkin, To:tcoo, SIVgn.s. 'uhs. Buckei.,
Churio. C~l~ee. 4 rackers, Tin Ware,
Brooms, Parlor Mntelieti.
Wines and Liquors.
Extra Fie Old Fatmily Rye. Old Nectar,
Old LOng Cabin, Sherry Wine, Port Wine.
Ilolland Gm, Pure N. U. Whiskey antd
Itectified Corn Whitskey.
We make Pine Liquors a SPECIALTY.
and ho.e In need will do well to apply at
Corner No. 1.
oct 7 H. W. DESPORTES.
Notice to Debtors.
LL persons knowing i heiselves indebt
A1 ed to us and don't intend to piy up by
the 15th of October nezt, will please say
nnthing about it and we will then know
how to proceed to collect.
sept 27 E. W. OLLEVER.
W' would,re pectfully call the attention
of the people of F'airfltldto our
lioots and Sho(es,
Hats and Caps,
Willow Ware, &o,
A ll Goods at the
They can be bought at in
Any Market of Our State.
Every liae of Goods Full and Complete.
Give our Stocka look.
LADD BROS. & CO.
PIckled Tongueqs, S4moked TonguesHlams
of thme chmocst brands, soda, Lemon, GIn
ger. Fancy and Butter Crackers, [Horse
ford's tiread I'reparation, highly recoin
amended, Oants's Sea Fonm, for makIng
bread and biscnIts, I case Dev. Ilam, excel
lent lunces, suppers, &c.. 15 boxes Glo.
ler Che.se, 10 bi Xes English DaIry t heese,
Cox Gelatine, Asserted Eatracts, Brandy'
Peaches, Assorted Jellies. [Demo Cocanut,
Lemon Syrup, English Pickles, at 50 ets.,
per bottle, Bardines, Cigars. &e.
oct10 BACOT & 0.
OF. he estqualiIy la storb and for sale
by ' . AMESSEAtV.
THE subscriber and bis sister, Mr
SIHAW, bare retusned froin the North, hay
ing purchased one of the largest stocks 01
Guods they have ever offered in this mar
ket. Conisisting in part of,
Ladies Bonnets, fliats, Feathers, Fl',w.
era and 11ibbons of the latest st y'es. L'ress
Goods in great variety, Cloatks and Shawls
of every descriptiiIn, Boulevards, Italmno.
ral and Hoop Skirls, Corset', SIhignotns
Switches, Jet Jewelry, Dress Triinwings
Edgings, insertings, and a01most every ar
ticle kept in a firsLt clais Dry Goods or M ii
BOTS AND SHOESe
lie wishes to call special attention to his
,tock of Ladies', Misses, Genis and Boyv
Biot%, Shoes and Gaiters, as he has one of
the largest, best and cheapest stocks in the
market, consisting of FIFTY different va
rietlies, the principal part of which is madc
O ]~Z JD JM -Et ,
And warranted to be clear of paper and
wood Having completed arrangements
with the Boot and Shoe Manufactories,
where he buys for the Cnsh, enables bim to
sell wholesale or retail as low as they can
be bought this side of where they are 1Iade.
All he asks is, to call and examine his
stock and be satisfied as to price and jual
His shook of Gents' Hats, Ready Muide
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, &a., is large
and complete, and cannot be surpassed in
quality atnd price. Call and ree for your.
Groceries and Provisions.
Always on hand at lowest cash pr:oe,
conisiting of Bacon, Lard, Butter, Cheese,
Mugair, Coffee, Tea, Corn lcail. Grist, Irish
Potatoes, Mtackerel in burtels, hialf'-harrels,
quarter barrels andl kits, Cod Fi'hl, lhevillesl
Turkey an i llamn, p~u ti upn cans, P'ickles,
Canned Fruits, Candies, Raisins, Currents,
Maccaroni, Citron, Mlacc, Nut neegs, Gin.
get, Spice, Cinnamon, Flavoring Extracts
Prize ('andy of dihfesent kinds, ('akes, &c
hiardware, liollow Ware, Tin Ware
Wooden Ware, Crockery, Sole Leather,
Bedsteads, Manttresses, &c.
Nothing charged for showing goods.
Call acd examine his stock, as lie is deter
mined not to be undersold by any. All
Goods sold for Cash and Cash only..
125 (Cits Now Mlackerel, 2 Firkins Freal
Goshaun Butiter. Also a lot of Ilome Mlad<
Split Bottom Chairs and White Lend, t<
sell on comnmission, at greatly redhucec
Dry Goods, &o,,
On H~and and to Arr'ive.
40,000 Lbs. Prime Bacon Sidles an
100 [is. Louisville and N. C. Flour, all
1,000 Jushels Corn.
10 libls. N. Alhelasses,
d Dble. Syrn p.
6 lIlhds. W. I. lotsee,
16 Biags of Coaffee.
Darrels anid Half Ba- rels Mlackerel,
Tea. 8oap, l'obacco, Salt, Irotn, Trace
Chnins, Plows and Plow Steel, Hoes, Whit.
Lead, Rope, 8hoes, Osnaburgs, Striped and
Plain, Shirting, and Heavy Plartation,
Goods, with variod other articles ona handl
and will be sold as low for cash as the like
articles can be furnished by any othei
Partieb wanttng any of the abovo, will
find it to their interest t o call and examint
my stock before purchasing.
JOHN Hi. (CATHt!ART.
Tar! Tart Tar:
J'UST veceived at
Jen sf22 MWNT YlRE & CO
('A R load St. Louis Red May Seed Wheal
Car load St.fLenia White, Black and Re
Car load Western Family and Extr
Smoked and Bulk Bacon, Sugar Care
nams, Beef Tongues, Dried Beef, No. 1
2 and 3 Mackerel, in kits, half and quarts
and whole barrels, all guaranteed, an
D. R. Flenniken.
State of South CarolIna,
B!, 11'. M. NAELSON, Esq., Probiate Judge
SHIEREAS, John Thompson, hath wadi
suit to mne to grant him Lotters of Ad
uinistrationu of the Estate and effects o
Mary Thompson, deceased. These art
therefore to cito and admonish all ani sin
gular the kindred and creditors of the sait
Mary 'il ,mpson, deceased, that they
be and appear, bofore me, in (he Court o1
Probate, to bu helti at Winnsboro, on thl
30th day of October next, after publicatiot
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, t<
show cause, if auy they lave, why thq
said Administration should not. ho granted
Given under ny hand, this .14th day o
October, A. ). 1671.
W. M. NELSON,
oct 19-2xtl Judge of Probate.
LL persons indebted to me by note o
any other way will take warning an
setlle up imimediattely. You will please re.
mneniber I have indulged until indulgenci
will s'nither support me10 nor pay my do.
Inands. THOMAS 11. DAVIS,
act. 26-x2 Dutchman's Creek.
State of South Carolina.
By W . .P LSON, Esq., Probate Judge.
\V"''AS, Thoa I. Robinson. hatil
made suit to Ime, to grant him Let
ters of Administrrtion of the Estato and
elects of MNry Robinson, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonisli
all and singular the kindred and creditore
of the said Mary Robinson, deceased. that
they be and appear, before ne, in the Courl
r P'robate, to be held at Fairfield Court
lI-ise oil tie 3d day of November next, af
ter publicatioi thereof, at 11 o'clock in thi
forenoon, to shew cause, if any they have
why lhe said Adtninistration should not bi
tiiven under my hand, this 19th day o
(ctober, A. D. 1871.
W. 1K. NELSON,
Y Y Virtue of snidry Execuitone to nt
1 direct ed, I will oiler for sale at Fairfield
cojur( iouse on the first. Monday and thli
day tollowing, in Nuvemiber next, within thit
legal hours of sade, to the highest bidder,
for Cash, the following Real Property,
P'urchaisers to pay tor titles and stamps
All hhi tract of land in Fairfield Coun.
ty Staie of Soulh Ii'arolina, known as thc
lohn C. lIosborough tract, contamning
bhee hunre. mald seventy six norem mnore
or' less, andt boundelud by lands of Samuel
l'uid and ol hers, levied upion as thne pro
pe: ty of RL. R. ltshorough, att tihe suits o:
Jas. L,. Rtosboroutgh amnd others.
Sherii's O LI. W. DUVA LL, S. F. 0.
Winnsb'oro, 8 C., Oct. 18th, 1871.
W sNsono, S. C., Oct. 28, 1871.
f1 '11E Books will be open for the colleetom
Iof State ai'd County Taxes, for thn
yeaer 1871, from t he 20lh day of Novembei
next unitil thle 15th day or January, 1872
at1 which tine the 20 , , cent. penalty wil
be ndded to all Taxes thon remaining un
'w herin pler Cent. for Rtate piurposes il
S vten Mills oni the Dollar; the rate pe
cent, for County purposes iLa Three Mills 01
th e D)ollar. J. ROlBER I' BOY LES,
oct 24-t2x8 County Tren.
Tro Ab'ramr F. Hunter of Leon
Central A meriea.
The Stateo of South Carolina.
COUNTY 0OF FAIRFIELD,
COURT OF~ COblMON PI.EAS.
o eorge L. hlunter, as adtministrator of th
Estate of Georgo IR. Ilunter, deceasedl
Plaintiff against. Adam F. Shunter
A bram F. blunter, lienry D. Ilunter,
Cyrus WV. Ihunter, J. TI. Dearing, and all
othiors, cretditora o'f said deceased, whoe
interesi, may require an answer to thil
Sumnmons for' Relief.
To the D~efendants : Yotu are hereby stinm
mionedl and required tolnawer the cornplani
in this action, whuichmI filed in the office o
the Clerk of Common Pleas, for the sa<
County, and to serve a copy of your anstre
to the said complaint on the subscriber a
his Gflice,lNo. 7. & 9. Market Street Winns
boro, So. Ca.-~.within Twenty Days afteu
the service hereof, ex~olusive of the day oj
such service ; and if you fail to answer thd
Complaint, within the time aforemaid, the
plaint ifi' in this action wIll apply to thi
Counre. for relief demanded in the complaint
Dated 9th October 1871.
J AS, II. RLION,
Planintliff's A ttorney.
Published by order of the Judge.
oct 11-x 6 Wlnneboro, S. C
FISi[R 1 FISH
20 kIts Extra Mess Maokerel, put op ex
pressly for family use, 10 kIts Pickled 8a1
mon, a very nice relish for Breakfast, alec
200 lbs. P'ickled Shad. DACOT & 00.
400 bundles ''Arrow'" TIes, which wi
will sell very low by the -lozen I undles o.
more. DJACOT & Co.
Onions ! Onions !
\LOT of Onionms, just received by
MoI'ffitE & CO.
BY virture of sundr executions to me
directed, I will ofter for sale at Vair
Sold Court House on Ihe first Monday and
the day following, in November next with
in the legal hours of sale, to the highest
bidder, for cash, the following Personal
Property. Purchasers to pay for titles :
Four bales of Cotton levied upon as the
property of R. R. Rosborough, at the suit
of Jas. L. Roeberough and others.
One lot of Alerohandi e, 90sisting of
Dry Goods, Notions. &a., levieJ upon am the
property of V. K. Propet, at the suit ef A.
McoElroy bud other@.
L. W. DUVALL, 8' F.0.
Sheriff 'a Omie,.
Winnsboro,8 t., Oct. 18, 1871.
The State of South Virolina.
COUNTY OF FAIRFIEDD.
Sami. B. Clowney, Clerk of Court of: Coto
mon Pleas, 'laintiff, vs. Caroline Wylie
and her husband John Wylie, Nancy 0.
Hendrix and otheis, Defendants.
In pursuance of an order of Court made
In the above stated tause, I will, offer for
sale at public auction, to the highest bid.
der, before the Court House door in Winns.
boro, within the legal hours of male, on the
first Monday in Nevember next, the follow.
lng described property. to wIt:
All that tract of land containing Three
flundred and Ninety Two Acres, more or
less, situated and~lyiog in the'County and
Stato aforesaid, bounded by lands now, or
lately owned by John lBratton, John Bag
ley, Chas. Cathcart, John Wylie and others.
Ternus of Sale.
One-third cash to be paid on the day of
sale, the balance on a credit, of twelve
months, with interest thereon from the da
or sale, to be secured by bond of th e pur.
ohaser ard mortgage of promises, purches.
or to pay for stamps and necessary aperm.
L. W. DUVALL,.F.0.
Winnsboro, Oct. 9, 1871.
The State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
John P. McKissick and his wife, Mary R.
McKissick, Plaintiffs, vs. David L.
Glenn, Admr. of Estate of If. A. Glenre
deceased, and oth-rs, Defendants.
In pursuance of an order of Court, made
in the above stated cause, I will offer for
sale, at publio outcry, to the highest bid.
der, before the Court House door in Winns.
boro within the legal hours of sate on tho
first Monday in November next, the follow.
ing described property, to wit:
One tract of land on Little River, con
taining about Four llundred and Fifty
Acres, more or less, and bounded by lands
of Dr. John Wallace, Dr. J. M. Glenn and
others, and also one other tract, on Little
River containing about Seven Hundrod and
Fifty Acres, more or less, and bounded by
lands of Stephen Gibson, Jostah Gibson,
Dr. J. N. Glenn and others. The last
named tract, 750 acres, may be sold in two
or more separate tracts.
Terms of Sale.
One-third cash, to be paid on the day of
r sale, the balance of the putchase money on
a credit of one and two years in equal In
stalments, to be secured by bond of the
purchaser or purchasers and mortgage of
premises, purchaser to pay for stamps ani
L. W. DUVALL, S.J. 0.
Winnsboro, Oct 9, 1871.
The State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF FAIRFIEfD.
PhilIp C. Broom, Eliza Hughes, Plaintiffs,
vs. Austin D. Arledge, Mary E. Nelson
and lher husband James Nelson and oth
In pursuance of an order of the Court or
Probate, made in the above stated cause, I
wi.l offer for sale at public auction to the
highest bidider before the Court Ihouse door
in Wlnnsbjoro,.wlthin the Jegal hour. of
sale, on the first Monday in November next,
the following described proporty, to wit:
One tract of land which Isaao Arledge,
Jr., had the possession and beneficial in.
terest or during hiis lire time. Containing
Three Hlundred and Fifty-five and one-third
Acres, more or loss, lying and situate in
the County and State aforesaid and bound.
edlby lands of John Nelson, Reuben hell,
Benjamin Cloud andi others. And also one
other tract or landi which William Arledgo
had the beneficial interest of during his
isi life time, lying and situate in the Coun
rty and State aforesaid, containing Three
Hundred and Forty Auree, more or less,
and bounded by lands of Dr.RU. H. Ed.
innd, IHenry L. EllIott, Jos. Stewart and
Terms of Sale.
One-third cash, to' be paid on thte day of
sale, the nalance of theo purobt.se money on
o credhit oi' twelve mnoths to be maeenred by
bond of the purlirase- or 'purchasers and
tuorignge of the premises, puroihasers to
pay for stamps and necessary paper.
L. W. DUVA LL, S. F. 0,
Winnsboro. Oct. 9, 1871,
S. B. Clowney, C. C. P., vs. James Cath.
cart, iRichard Catheart,
PJURSUJANT to an order of Cour(I? wIll
- I.sell at public outcry to the highest bid.
dor, before the Court ilouse'doorin Wi'ane.
t bore, q. C., on the 1st Monday in Novem
I her next, during the legal houts of sats,
ethe tract of land described in the pleading.
in this cause, known as the "Nott Place,"
containing 492 acres, mere oe lees, lying
and situate in the County of Fairfield, near
Winnsboro, and in the fork of the two pub.
il wagon toads leading from the said
Town of Wlnnsboro, onie to Chestervill.
and the Qther to Rtoekf Mount, and bound.
ed by lands of 3. E. Ellison, Jr, and osh
Terms of Sale.
Cost. of unIt-and expens of sete, antd
one-half of tha purchase money to be paid
in sh on ,day of sale. Ball ante on a
eredis of twelve months with interest froms
day of sale, to be secured by boud! of pur
chase7 with good persone. veon. ity, and!
mortgage of p remises. Panrebaafr to. pa;
for papers and stampe.
ea Otx AML. B. CLOWNEY,
AT WHITF/S IJAEJ4Y
A NO lnfrsh spyof pan dfsan.
cy andes,&ragesCoooanutf, Pecoap,
prasil, and iigselNtats, 'Euglish Wsiptt,
Alimen, Brtandy Fecho,, OysterS, &o.