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.1 S ath Sroet, B altimore, Md., are
atuthorized 19 og tl-act for. advertise
ments for the News & OlF.eWu.
Wo ar u riocM i of a connifuntica
tion signed "l )g 1ranch," wVlhih we
decline to publish, for reasons that w
do not. deriro to mio public.
W I EI6thOre *4~I C!Oi M akeut.
Binlee our l . I t ) 1.t 439 bale i of
Cotton have 1,o 1 1.old inl this rn'larket
at. prices rain iiig fron 16 to 16-G5
cents pe1l~r pJOound.
IA 1iu , r.s. A n.
Mr. It. J. McCarloy has on htau d tin
extra file stook of atll kin (it Liquors.
11o ti illis a .peci:' hy of fine old
KenitiIUL.y lUourbon. Sce 1his, adver
1isermen :t it dlthenl givi him a Call.
Au :7! iI 1!e. to the o fVlIoingiu1r
iitation----W. 51. Nelson, Jidge of
Mazsonie- Meetingr.W. G.J or dan
VaI tluableLu.d Sale-J. A. MN
of 4. ) allJJiuel
\\' havo b1On ifoilr med that tie
ilm ooined in .l J: at Yorhvillc
under li i Klux ch.ogs vill lwas
thu'Igl thii jide on Pridiay next
,n rNit. to Cohimbia to go to trial
next ,\londay before the Uii'ed tates
rom the Fiiont.
We learn from thle Phlix Otha
three persons had becni a rrewel ii
Chester Up to Eiaturday, and jthAt
siitads of ,oldiers were after othtera.
1U. S. \!a r- hal Julison pasEcd thro'
here yestoi.rda y imorning bound fr
", be ieene Of 441jnflict."
Thme WaneingJL, 3rI,.' ~uan.
We welco we back to otur
tuw our old filend John 1). McCar
I-y. Slne ho left us, he ha.i spent
his tin.C inl Loigtownil a.d at Ridge
M ay, but Ile h1:1s coie to the coicln.
imn that there is no place like the
"!loro." See his advertisement clae
where inl our- Columns.
Wlcei 1,1 T'rice Welcome.
Sunday morning's CLolun bia Pice
inx, comes to us considerably ivmi
proved anld enilar-gd. CoL. J.hn1 P).
Thom as a native (of Fairfield, nild (f
whoin she is justly proud, has assumed
editotial charge, and in futuio will
d irr-et its c'onruie.
Col. Thoei:t i one (f the abiejt
anid most ferarb ss writers in the whole
country antd hiis cont ribut ions to t he
cause of jourmnlism will be apjreciait
('d (verywhuere, and1( his onialaugt~
upon RaicaWl (lnice-hloldersy and cor
inptionis rewarded by the deep grati
Lude of hisa ptriceute- fellow-eitizens.
We~ predicet for him i great success ini
Look out for comets shortly. The
alppeat anico of two of these huighuflyers,
&ucke's ard l'uttle's, is announced by
the~ as;tronomer~ Is, te first in the oveu
inig and the latter i Lie morning
Tiheo .Lebanon (O)hio) Decmoet at.
hisits then namo otf W. 8. G1roesback
for I'res idenit , and Carlt Sebiuirz for
T[hie rigois jof. Winter are at last
upoen us. Tho - wotauher for the past
t hilie or foutr days; Ihas beene(xtremel~ly
cobbh anid ice was seen yestvrday
taken n > isi abode w ~ith us and1( we
Iinay ma &Mime5%qg appear-'
noTh clerk of thewather.'prediota
a sevce Winter', .and .*e. advia6" our
friends Li) priepare themiselves accord.
ingly, niot e3ven~ fo get t ing for lhe '"in
A co rr responden t of tim1 Chiarlesaton
Netw telegraphuafuot'Kew Yotk, uni-'
dter date of n 1h lih :
There it ai paie amilong the Wa'll
tree hibb, ofSuh Ca i l.nd,
and severalh failures aure repoilted.
bi e rij ed. 3,500,000 of the
steiing uiniii g houd1 s hv been II i hy -
poii~theiste to save tho holors of' tho
- riaynew bonds nad to keop, the
btter ont of theo miaket.'
Last ialondaLy was tihe regular Lime
for thle sitting of tihe Gircuit Court,
but thle silen irregulairities interrupt
ed the prece, dings as prevailed ati the
.t termn, aind in: consequlofec it ad
i urns1 to the wael M\ays in
Mi 1iA. !ddnoy's storo was on
tored again on Wednesday night. A
scoond tory window was forced open,
but M. Oladnoy' fortunatbly come in
by the front door just as the party or
parties had reached the inside of the
building. His appearanco caused a
hasty retroat of the burglars tbrough
the back door, who under cover of
darkness made their esoapo. Powder
and load proporly administered would
ifeotunally olook theso idnight out
rages, WhiOh arc fearfully on the in
At the lad miecting of the Board of
Directors of the Charlotte, Columbia
and Aigusta Railroad Company, Mr.
1). F. Noweomer, of Jlaltiuiore, and
Capt W. B. Sainiley, of Columbia,
were unanimously elected to fill va
canoies in the Board.
It is currently reported that tho
Souti Carolina Railroad Coumpany
Ia; purduSed a controlling interest inl
the Greenville and Columbia Rail
JO U proposed to build a railroad
frbna ,partanbug C. 11. via Laurens
C. I. to.Augusta, Ca. A convention
oftfidhed bf 'delegates froui Spartan
burg, Laula ,,fyd: *Jdgof d Coyn
'tieP, and from the City of Augusta,
met in Columbia during Fair week, to
cosiider the project and adopt tbe
initiatory tuensures in furtherance of
tle tchoe. A Comnittee was Op
pointed to obtain a charter from the
Ii-gislature at its next esviu.
This road, if buil', will open tip a
llrgo tuutiou of country now deprived
of railroad facilities Wo wish it all
Mr. Julhn C. Mackorell will please
aCceIpt our thouks for a pair of the
finest turiips we huvo Cen this sea.
son. The two weighed 1even pounds
and wuousured forty-fivo inches in cir
To Iteaovelierosenke Oil from
Take a small quantity of lime, mix
enough water with it to make it. of
the conoisteney of thick paste, spread
it on the floor and let it btay from
twenty-four to forty-eight hours, rc
move it and all signs of the oil will
have disappeared. So says the Wit
A southeri newspapor says that
the immense Tredegar iron works at
IRiclimond, Va., are in a more flour
ishing condition thain at any time
sincve their establishment. They cover
eight m, employ thirteen hundred
mhen, and have to be kept int opera
(ion. day and )light to supply the or.
ders whIich are pouring in form all
.(etin of15N the country. In the
malnufa~cturo of coal freight ears
hey do the hueaviest business in the
United States. Only a few days ago
the comapany recived an order for
Onea thousan~d cairs for the Midland
and O.,wego railroad of New Yolk ;
iity for tihe Dutchloes and Cotlumabia
railroad, in the same state ; one hun
dred anid fifty for tile Chessapeoko
and Ohio railroadl, and other smaller
ordeirs, tromt twenlty-five to one hun.
dred amounting in the aggregate to
between two and three thousand.
Th'Ie stock of the company is owned
chiofly by citiz.'ns of liiohmond. One
million of dollars capital is employed.
Emiinet Coufisel for the IKu-Klux.
Trhe New York Herald of the l1th
says .1Thie Basltimnore Amerienan is
ad vised that Reverdy Johnson is to go
to Columbia 8. C., to defend the Ku
Klux prisaners to he tried there at
the November torum of the United
States Circuit Court. Mir. Johnison is
a gentleman of eminent legal abili
ties, and possesses profound knowl
edge of constitutional law. In the
conduct of these Ku Klux oases no
better man couldl have been selected.
Th'lis is a different matter from dining
and hob-nobbing with th~e nabobs of
(Greatalirit'ain, and will afford Mr.
Johinson a~muple opportunity to develop
hia-.talett CS an adxoonte and an ox
ppunldo'nf -the constitutioni.
" is p'ennsylvania the father of
my .bild, why do you auk that qus
tion 7" "Biecamuse I seo all the news
papers call it, Pa."
"''toof positive- -Gfood lady-Tit.
the boy, havo you ever been baptiz
od 7" Small boathion--"Oh yen,
mumln , i've the marks hlere on my
TPhe Chiengo I ost a.-ks: 'Can you
read your fit Ioclear to manusions in
the bnrnt d istriot 7''
Married, at Winnboro, South
Carolim'n, on Tuesday evening, 14th
November, bf the Rov. William Hf.
Campbet~ll, -CutAnraEs8. DwIowr, to
MAnu .L., daughter of the late David
(Gaillard, of Farfld igrit., 8. 0.
Plecase annotince Mr. J. R. Elt)YLEd, as
a candidate for Sheift of Fairfield Coun
Ily at the enlsuing election, anl ob~lige
nov 22. ii . AN sVv. mTLie
Notice to Debtors.
A LL persons knowing licsielves indebi.,
.ed to uieslnd don't intoud to pay up by
thO 16th of October next, will please MAY
nothihig about it and we will then knon
how to proceed to collect.
sopt 27 E. W. OLLEVER.
Dry Goods, &c,
On H1and and to A rrive.
40,000 Lbs. Prime Bacon Sides an
100 ible. Loulevilleaud N. C. Fleur, all
1,000 Bushels Corn.
10 libI. N. Molasses.
4 l1b:i. Syrup.
a Hids. W. 1. Molassee,
1l 19ag's of t1offoe.
Ilarrels and Half Bla rels Nincke--cl,
Tea, Soap, lobacco, 8alt, lron. Trace
Ch. P 1'lows and l'low Sicle, Hlore. Whito
t ol, mRpe, Shoes, Oxnahurys, Striped and
lInin, ' Shirling. ami Heavy Pn? t ion
GoosiS, wiih variel other arriclers on hmand
and ivill be sold as low for cash as the like
articles can be furnished by nny other
Parties iwnning any of the abiove, will
find it to t heir interest in call anud examine
my stock before purchasing.
JOIN 11. CATIl''AIRT.
The Undersigned Begs to Inform
the Planters of Fairfield,
That lie is Agent forsale of the following
Fertilizers, which he now kns In Moie,iand
is ready to furnish them at tli mantifitc
turer's prices,with the freight and drayage
added. Call and get circtilars.
Production Increased from 1 to
300 per cent. by their use.
100 Tons Carolina.
25 " Soluble Pacific.
8 "6 laughs Raw Bone.
10 " Zell's Superphosphate.
6 Magimnum Ilonum.
8 ' Atlanic Phosphate.
6 " Maryl;amil Amoniated.
5 " Colton Food.
I South Sea.
Compound Acid Phosphate for mixing
vith Cottonl Seed.
Co(ton taken in' exohange for some
of them, delivered next fall.
JOHN 11. CA HIICART.
Thei State of South Carolina,
Ey' W. M. NELSON, Eq., P'route Judyrt.
W IJERBAS, John A. Robetrtson, hathi
made suit to nmoeto grant him Leiters of
Administrat ion of the Estate and effeots of
Mdargaro6 Yarborough," deo'dl. Th~eso are
therefoi-e to cite and admnoinish all and sin.
gtular Iuhe kindred and creditors of the said
Margaret. Yarborough, decensed, that t hey
be andI appear, hofore me, in the Court. of
Probate, to bo hel.l at Winnsboro, on the
2:;d day of Nov. Ilexi, after publication
hereof', at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show oause, if any they have, why the
said Admsinistration should ntot be granted.
(liven tinder ay hiad, this G1h day of
November, A. D. 1671.
W. M. NE LSON,
nov 18-lxt2 Judge of Probate.
We are Agents for the Manuifacturers for
Swett, A rrow, Anchor, and Butter
PATENT LOCK TIE.
Just landing 4.000 Bundles of te ' Eu
reka" nnd L~ok Ties.
No Tic can srpass the ''Eurokia" for
simplicity and duirability, and we offer it as
Tie thait is unexcolled.
Tho Arrow is also well known.
We ask your orders, gunaranieeing as low
prices as they can be purchased at. in any
Sout hern port.
We shall be pleased 1o handle consigni
saents of your cotton, and wtll give all
shipments our closest altient ion.
OEO. W. WILLIA M8 & CO.,
Cotton Factoerg, Ch urch-sti cet,
sept 27--2aso Charleston, S. C
'LL, persons that are still due tie for
OUA NO, must not ho surprised at haviug
suilt brollgit against them for payment, vie
we have given youi all chances to pay.
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.
20 hiis Exe ra Mess Miackciel, 1p'' lip ex.
pressly for fatnily use, 10 kits Pickled Sinl
maon, a very nice relish for Bireakfast, also
200 lbs. P'ickled Shad. lBACOT & CO.
W E are no(W prepared to Ghin Cotton wihh
d tispn ih, (l1000 pounds per hour,)
with convenient rooms for thne receptIon.
Toll One-Sixteenth. Patronage solicited.
My Grist Mill grinds every day.
wept 7 0 . R. TftOMPSON}.
q lBLS, of Fine Old Nectar Whiskey.
. lust received by
KIHEllN & ROERTSON'.
In barrels, half barrels, quartor barrels
antid kits, all grades Flour, BIaoon, Lard,
ftaeit, MAlasses, Cheese, and Macoaroni,
Boots nd Shwe, llardwaro and Crockery.
Sugars, Coflfees and 'ieas,
BAIGl( G AND TIES.
Ilihest matrket prices paid fur Cotton.
Liberal CASiH advanoes in!ade ou consign
ment's. Coltou shipped to New York,
lo111n, ChIlarlest on, Livn:rIt'oot, atd JA
IETCHIIN & R1O ETIISON,
CUNU /I SS S' R1 1 7'.
The State or South u..rolim,
COUNTY OF FAlRFIELD.
James M. McCollum, Admr. of Estate of
Win Crosby, deo'd, vs. .latines W. Crosby,
Frances Yonguo and hor husband Jua.
W. Yongue and othors-Judgaets fpr
In pursuance of an or-icr of Court made
in the abovo atated cautso, I will ofor for
salo at public u toion, tl ihe highiest bid..
der, before the Court. Hou1mise door in iv U in
l.oro, wi iii, tile itgail iuis of sale, on ilie
first Mouotay in Dect-mber next, the follow
ig deiscritted property, to wi:
A t ract <f land kntown as iito 'Old
Place," containig Eight 11 nllred and
Tliiiiy-seven Acres, more or less, tinate
partly in Fairield County and partly in
Chesier Coutly and State afore aid, on the
waters of sandy River and boun led by
lands of the estate of Coleman Crosby,
Cheeley Crosby, Janes M. McColluI nnd
A tract of land known a (he Iivis
Place," containlitg Three indred aol
Tielve A cres, more or less, 'antie in the
County of Fai-fleld anid t lae iifofeenfid,
bounded by Broad and Sandy Riveirs; lands
of Chiesley Boulware and .t aforesaid
tract Inown as tle "IOld Place.'
A tract of land knuwn as ihe "lull
Place,' 00ntaning Ono lilundred i1id Fifty
Aures, more or less, situate . ot wiaters of
John's Crock, in th6 County aItI 'state
aforesnid. nitil biiouded by lands 'of John
Stovenson ind otes C. Siotie.
A lot of land containing otno fourth acre
more or less, situite in 00he Cutizity and
State aforesnid, at Shollon'sDepot.,, on tle
Spartranuirg and Un ion Railr:d, in ithe
fork of the two roads lemding'fr/misaid de
pot out to Columbia. - - -
A tract of land known m the "HI1olne
Place," containing Three Iluti-lie'd -nd
Ninety..six and one-half Acres, 'tero - or
less, front which the mliiestend will te set
O"T, sit-ate in the County ant State afore.
said, adjoining lands of Chley Crosby. 11.
J. F. IV. Coleman, John Stevenson rrnd oth
A small tracf of land conitaining TWenty..
two and a half Acres, more or ill., sit
uite in tie county nd St ate firesaid,
wit lin ii half a mile of the ''llono Place,''
adjOining,~ lands of Cheiley Crosbiy cmitte
of i. iL ientning and inmt ' alc e oiwj.
A tr ct of lan'd known as the '.Nouticel.
lo 'lace," contilling Oine I un-ed n1d
Twelve Acres. miore oir less, sirunte in te
County' and Stat e a foresnid., bonundiaed by
lands of lliam (ratl, Jlhn I iiu chintsoii,
lands of the~ estate of Inaae .Ilurris and!
A itac of land k nownt as the "isiane
Colemant Place,"' coantiin g TIwo I iandt ed
Fifty Aeces, tote or loss, situate in the
County and di ato afotreenid, and bontid
by landttl of J1. 8. Wit hers, II. J F. W, Cole
man and others.
701'r11 of Sale.
One-third cash, antd t ho balaiice of the
purchatso money on a credit of one and two
y'ears in oqutal inst almeints, wi it inlrest
thereon fromt tho day of sale, accured b'y
the bond of the pinrchaser ar dl nmortgge of
ttholprein-s, purich'nsers to pay tor stamipt
and necessary piapers.
L. WV. DIUVA LL, S. F. C,
Bheriff 'a Oflice,
Winsboro, Nov. 1 3, 1871.
nov 14-tix2 - -
Wm. Knabc em Co.
(b'alild, Sqllau1'o Rii(1 Uprigilt
BALiMO'R vou, All).
These inisitrumetis hav e been befort t Ie
Pu blie for nearly Thitty Yetars, and upon
t heir oeellenice aluno aiittaind aind unopur..
Chased pie.nminenCe, whbioli pronounces
then. unoqualed, it Tone, Touch, Work
mauishuip and~ lDurability.
Sga Alt our 8quare Pianos havea~ our Now
Improved Overstrutig So-do andi the Agraflo
iir Wo would ocall special alietntion to,
our late P'atented rmrovemenia in Cranid
Pianos andl Squzare (1ranids.. femil itt no,
othter Pinnto, wIhih bring~ thIe P'ian n eret
P'erfectiont itu has yet been rttainied.
Ru'ery Piano Fully tJ',rratifofr (tire Years
D& We are biy tpecial airrangemtri. en -
aledl to futrn ishi l'aurlor Organs an mlelI o
deotns of t h n' t a- celebrat ied maker-s.
Whlesaie and lietnil at lowest, Factotrv
l~iu rateud(~ Ct alogiues andl Pria.o Liu
ptomipt ly lurni-uhed on apphlien lion to
W Al. KNA DL & CO,
Ihilt iimre-, Mfd.
.Or tany of onr. regular establihed ngen-n
cces. nov '1-tim
PUll E Leaf fEnrd, in "Ohlb. tin pails, P'ara
- fiie Cnndusi~t, 80 eit. per lit , 1 keg Illte
Stone;'l kt-g English t!'jpperas, 5i boxes
Italian Maccarouni, '.' alit. p'or lb., Assorted
Toilet Soaps, very cheap, Itaisins, Cnrrants
arid Almonids, Pulverized and Grutnulated
Sugars, New If ulled ]Buckwhteat Flour.
octS - JACOT & Co.
P te bst ualf yin tor e aind for usie
()Vhby s qait AMES3 BEATV.
State of South Carolina.
IN COAMNON PLEAS.
P. D. Cook, Ex'or, vs. 11. L. Allen, et als.
lit pursuance of an order of Court, made
in the above sinted oase, I will soll at pub
lie outery to the highest bidder,'eforo the
Convt louse doerin Winnsboro, on the Ist
Monday in December noxt, during the le.
gal houts of sale, tho following described
propelty, .o wit :
A part of the real estate of John Rike,
decepsed consisting of a tract of land, con
aining threo lundred and Fifty acres, and
bounded on flhe West by lauds of John
'.grick oi tie North ihy lands belonging t<
lhe Estate of-John Smith doovalo-j, on tht
R'st by lnidsi beloinging to th Estae of
.ohin1 Iticks deoenesed and on (Ito 4othill by
Igids'. of ii. 0. liumko.
I'erIs of Sale.
Onme half lite purclnirimo Moycey in be paw
inl Cash, for time lammience a C-edit of onc
year, the pureinser to give him bond with n
tiortgage of the premgises and to pay for all
necosesary papers and reveno Rtamnps.
L. W. DUVALL, 8 F, U.
Winnsboro, H ;., Nov. 13, 1871.
h'110 State of South11 ( Rolin.
COUNTY OF PAlI RFIEMD.
Louis S. Mullican and wife, vs. Jamne Ad
gm'r MeCrorey aid others-1u l'rlbate
Couri, Pctition fo4r l'art.lion.
Int imrstunmce of an order of the C ourt of
Prulae, imaie inl the above t led cause, I
wi I offer for sale t public autolion to theo
higietim, lidder hofore the Court House door
in Winsborn, winini the legal hourd of
sale, on the first Mimndtay in December next,
the following describeil property, to wit:
Traot -It" ttinate' in part in Chester
County and itt pnit in Fairftil County. in
ite Stim' of Seout Carolina, conteining
'wu liimnired amit m'%eouty-fivo Acres, rnore
or lesst, amid hounded by lands of iugh
(filiimn, M Gindden. flhe public road lead
ing to Wiminmnboroand by %rmautt "A aid 0."
Tract --;" situmte hi (inCmee Comity, 8.
C., conininiig Two 1iumilred ant Twenty
eiglht A cres. more or less, bountiled by lands
of inhgi bson, Ii. Yonig, Mis. Grafton
ami by tenclts * I mnid A..'
'i'Tne of land it unie in Fairficlil Comnly.
8. C., cnnai mmI ntingl On1o Illiuilred and Eighly
cighitn Aeres, more or less. honmdel by lansde
fit A. Iteumy, Daniel McCullough aud lands
bclonging to the estate of LoulWare,
Telns of Sale.
One-third onsh, for (lte balance a credit
if oin and two yeara with annuial interest
fromi dny tif ntule. iirclnsor to give bodml
wiih norgage of premiseti, and to pay for
all neccessary papers ntd rm'venme stamps.
L. W. DUVALL, 8. F. C.
Winnsboro. Nov. 14, 18'1.
nov 14 tx2
State of South l Carolina.
fly Wr. M. NELSON, Esq.. Probete Xudge.
W IEREAS, John J. lioil, hlth made
sult to mie, to grant him Letters of
A.dnmirsrrtlinm of Ilne E'stnie and effects of
lon M CMully, .r., decemed.
These are 1 ie't.rrC 1n cite anid adm4onish
all ami singilar mt kindred and ereditors
er the paid .1ilm mMeCully, Jr , dec'd. Ihnt
they he and nipear, b,-fore me, in he Comirt
of 'robate. to bo held at Fairfield Cour
flonse on omn lime 2711h November nexl, af
ter pmibliciioinnn thereof, at II o'clock in the
forenitn, 1mo show cnuso, if any I 'toy inve.
why hlie said A.Jmiuistralion should not be
Given under iiy lianid. this 11th day of
November, A. 1). 1871.
W. M. NErSOx,
nov 14-t2j1 J. P1. g. C.
Thme State of South Car'ollna.
COUNTIY OF FAIRtFIELD.
John Miadomr, Ex'or of Will of Dorens Mob.
iey, mdec'd, iis. Hara Li!. Boul ware amnd
hunsandi, ()- moudl loulware. Dumlct in
Kerr, artid husbantd, Williamm K~err, andI
othersm (ourt of Pr'obale-Jutdgtmnt for
In pursonnee1 of anm ordeor of the Coumrt, of
P'robale. iado in the ablove staled cautse. I
will offer fonr samle, am pumblic tcry, to mine
highnesm hidder, before time Court H[eue
door in Wimnnshoro. within lime legal hours
of sale on tine first Monday in Docembmler
ntext, ltho following described; property, to
All thmit tract, of land of which Willimt
M. Mtobley, dlecn'ased, was seized and pos
semstmd at m le ime of his mdeamth, contiing
Four himmndr'ed tind Ninely Acres, nnoro or
hess. situtiedm in lime (County of Fairfiehi amid
Slate onf aouIlb Cumro'imnn, omm Mm:Laimn'ii
Creek. watenrs or iBroadi lliver, nmid bund-mi
edl by hamnds~ of estate of Daivid it. Mu.ador,
of Hobmerl M. Slevenson, lately land of
Asaphm hill. of William Brnith,. of eslale of
Gilbert, M. Chtapnman, 1. A. 11il1 amnd omlkera.
Terms of Sale.
One-lihird cishm. amid Lime bmalamnce of time
purchasoin nmoney omn a credit of t welve
nmonthis, ithm imnercaul fr'om time tiny of sale
Io lie secumred by bondim of thme pumrchaser
nnd a nmmgage mmf limo premises, putrobmaser
to pay for stamepa andii papers.
L. WV. D)UVA LL, 8. P, C,
Winnsbtioro, Nov 18, 1871.
VV 1 ILL bo offer'nd for sale nn limo first
V M onday in I~rbemor, 4mh 187!. he.
foro line ConirlitRoino dioor, at 12j o'oiock,
M., nii liuma lot of Lanid kmiown on Town
i'initm. ms No. 8, bmlonging to, anmd imomunded
omi imho N orth b~y time . apt ist Chumrch, East
bcy Vnnimderhiorml si., souih by lot owned by
Mm's. E. II. Smith ind pu art of lot No. 9, anmd
on West bmy tine lihirkiey loL--mensuring 90i
fe'i It imnches fronm andm 210 feet diep. Alsmo
parm mo' hot No. U. rnnming 60 feeL south and
10f> feel. wvosi, andn mtiched 1o above lot
we'sm mf tlMs. Smil tm ',If mnot immld privately
bmefore I hnt dany. Terums cash. Pumroihaser
Io pany ex pm'm es for m itleit. I' or fmurthier
pamrticmularn nutmly 10 T. D) OXNERI,
OF'PiiR for mintc my p'laco nonr Bmeck
h~nd~i, containing 280 acres. On lime
prmie in. a caommrnle dL iwelinig hmous.e
mm i umvera 1n bu-ilildinigs, abnout, forty
:nmem et' sni inlnd is inn origi mnti woods.-.
Thlere itt alsom nomme very fmie bmottomn lanad on
liisjplace. It.is allogelhoer otne of the miost
desirabilo pilantations in this l'istrict, being
well watered and in a good neighborbcmod.
For parliommnies apply to thme subscriber at
his residlenoo near Iluckhiead.
oct 8l-$1x2 ISA AC ii. MEANS.
SRAOESA pples, IHannamnas, Coeoant
,Candy, Coumgh Candy, Hlourhound Can
dly, Chmemmimts, &c., at
mm y 2A. P. MILLERs,
BLISS, KEENE & CO'S Fluid Extract,
the wnnderful remedy for Cancer, Syphilis
Borofula, Ulcers, Pulmonary Complaints,
Salt Rheun, and all Chronic IBlood lliaen
es, Is prepared from the GenuineCuin-luran
go Bark, from Loja, Ecuador. scouired by
the assistanco of (te nuthorities ofi that
country. It is the inosit effecive, iromit
and cortain' alterative and ivol purifier
known. Sold by all D~ruggists. Iin lint
bottles, having on-mthem our naine, trate
mark and directions. Fend for a circular.
Oifloo and Laboratory, No. GO Cedar t ,
MORTON iIOUSE, a New Sot hern Novel,
by tie ant hor or "Valerie Aylmer." - -
8vo. paper, four illitrnat ions. Price $1 ;
cloth $1.50. It in a -tory of the South,
thirty y'ears ago, and tihe scene is ilaid enl
tirely in that region.
The young authoress, who is a lady of
North Carolina, has in her accond efort
improved upon (he first. Net free by mai!,
to any addres", on the receipt of tle prit
D. Ali':'rON & CO., Publih , N. V.
"Wido Awake and Fast Asleep,"
A $10,00 pair of mperb rench ()*I
Chromnos-subjccl Lf u iz e,--ex.mtiito
fac-aitulles of original Oil Painting", U iven
Away to every subscriber to
Heni'y Wai'd Ieeeler's
Great Literary, Rteligions Weekly Newsp
per. Agents having groat smmccs! Ont
took 1,000 namnca inl 8 months; another
072 in 36 days ; another 118 in one week ;
ono 47 in ono day, and many others equally
woll, making from $6 and $10 to $40 per
day. Take on sight, ' An old agenit who
knows, says: "I think It lie best business
for canvassers ever offered. Borry I did
not euage soounr." Pays better thananuy
book agenoy. A rare hane to make mon
Local Agents Wanted,
Intelligent men andi women wanted every
where. If you wish good territory, send
early f)r circular and lertms '1. 0. Flt 1)
& CO., 37 Park Place, New York: 11 liroom
fleld at., Boston, Mass ; 285 West Mttdison,
fi , Chicago, 1ii.
Agents Wat11ted For
THE YEAR of BATTLES.
'7ho 111istory of 1th WIamIbween cm France
adil Germany, etiWlbracingl atlso Pariis uneIt'
mime Coitaiunme. 160 illusmtrat ions; B12 pag, ;
price. $2.60; 60,o00 copies :lre:dy sol
'rite only ootnldete work. Noohiii, equals
it to siell - Aaking 10,000 copies per m1tonthli
nlow. In English 11n1d G4r1man. Terms u
e qlUmled. Out fit 51 -2). Adrem ii. - .
100 l)SPEEI) & C0., 87 Park Row, N. Y.
WOOD'a Household Magazino is offered
flce ,uring t ho coming year to every stub,
scriber of Merry's 1um, mte Toledo
bilade, Poineroy's 1)cmoernt,et.wini
an evideite of jim wtti t1i larity,
liorace Greely, Jnmes Par11,,n, '1I odoreT
:Tuibewr"TIlutmoing, it offers three firsi
elass pieriodicns for the price of one of
tiemn. A variety of preniums en cstally
liberal terms. It is an origitnat, tiist elassi
mangazine. Volunme X begins with Jiam. '72.
lr,-e speomani twipics free. Address 1. 8.
HE Harrisburg Family unisholler o.
w it Agents to sell their atmtily Corn.
sheltera. 1eSt invention of lime kim. Sells
4t sight. Prufits large. For circulars, n-l.
dress EUO EN SN YKDER, Treasurer, Lock
Box 1), lamritburg, Pa.
4UNTS WANTIAn ---Agets tanke iore
money at work for ts thmanm at a tnyotiig
e.bc. itmfes ligit ant perimanenm 1,t 1 Pr.
ticulars frio. ci. *trlssox & Co., Fine Aat
i'ublisters, Port landM mlinte.
9455~ A M toN-ru ! hilorse in inihed. Ex,
pese ! aid. HI. f. 811lA W, Alfem n, Ale.
VOIDr11 QI1.M'K(.--A victim of emrh- ini
kn discret ion. enusu ing ntervous in iility
piremiauro decay, etc , havintg f ried ini vniin
every advetised renmedty, thna ri is'ovetral ta
tsimpio means of self-eure, wh ich hte wvill
wend to htis felloiw-sttufferers. A Ibireis . 1..
II EEYES, 7,3 Namsmmnu si., N. r. ntOv 15
* olicited by .\less &
ACo., Puttlidihe rs Scint ire
Atmeican,57 itnrk It.) ,
.1. Y. Twenty-fivo yeamdit expertiecte.
Panmphtleta contaniinmg I'auteim Laws, wilth
fulli dim-ections how to obtai Pnita entis, frete.
A htout-l vtolutme of 118S page', containmm
ug the New cnus by coutiies and aill
b.srge cities, 1-10 Eingravings of Mechtanical
\iiovmentcms, Pamtent tlaw,; und rulmes for ob
tainintg Patenta, mamuiled on receipit of 25
H ARD WA Am.
On handl a fulil aaronrtment or Shovels,
Spades, Aianuiro Forks, 'Trace Chains, Iild
ances, Steelyacrds, linmes~, .\iinti Shoesi,
Nails, llors. Nails, Keutles, Sauce pan'a.
Weil linokemn, Axes, A te Ihandlies, I-ry
l'nns, Sieve., Ilalchets, Steel, I ron, ilorse.
Slice Iron, &c. UA COT & CO. .
ESTABLISH ED 1859.
SI IIESPC'I f LY liAi
Wiantboro and Fairimild V)istriel, that I
hmave 'just returmud from Newv York amnd
havo putrchnaed a full ass.'ortment of Watch.
es. Jewelry, Clooks, Speotacles, &c., antd
will sell at the lowest pricea, and woml
respie'fumlly ask the contiuance of lihe
patronage of my old frienids and customeors.
All goods warranted as re tresented, I amt
prepared to do all kind of Vatch and Jew.
elry work and have always a good a toek of
good material on hand, antd will gutaarnte
sat lsfaction, All work warrantted.
Recond door from (2ol. ion'si 00tico.
[ IlL8. Extra C and lirown Smugarn, Mtack
c rel in biarrels anmd Fits, bhis1. Flrour.
Fresh Penohens, I ysters, Devilled hlamt.
l'omaloos, Harmdinent, G rotn Cornm, i'resh
Sahntonm, Pmno A pple, Jollies, I',euerves.
lirantdy Peaches, Birandy Cherries, P'itckhs.
(Chow Chow, imported, F.into Chewinmg anmd
Smoking Tobacco, Segars, Tumba, iuek et s.
Chiurns, Choese, Crackers, Tinm WSame,
Brooms, Parlor Matches.,
Winies an~d IdLquors.
Exitra Fine 0il Family Uyt-. d Netar~m
Oh!l Log Catbini, Sherrmy (V ie, 1Port W inte'
llollantd (lit,- Puro N. U. Whii~Ty atud
Rect ified t orn Wh Iiser.
(Cot ner No1. 1
nOt 71u -a. :n~P~ .L. a.
II at 0,
We ask the rtonion of the Latioa ant
the l'uhic genertlly to the largo and
choicg a;ssrinient of ibe abcvo gooda,
which wo nro now receivitig for tho fal
McMASTER & BRICE,
I100' AND H;I0E
MT 'r- T1UL~rc f a t O:3 X' y,,
F A4 now prepared (o do work in
thie latest 11nd best utyles. My
. rkis alaswarranted. Thera3
sinoivss;ity to go mot of town to have
vik done as I enn tmnke a, good 1100'; 'or
sn/:n4 astnyhuidy. Orders volioitci for
'ie work. b. M. LLIERIT.
'o Ah'rat V. Hunter of Leon
Cent ral America.
The Sh itet of Sonth Carolina.
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD,
C(-URT OF COMMON I'LEAS.
George L. Ilier, ns adrainimirator of tho
Estate of cergo I. liner, doceascd,
laintif n' agnint. Adam F. I linter,
Abram P, lininter, llenry 1). 1iunter-,
Cyrn W. Iluter, J. T Dearing, nnd all
oteirs, credit oi. or iii iceased, wloso
in eresit ittay reiiiiic an niswer to this
Coinp lint- DufendaI:nts0.
Slznlali)lls FOr elief'.
To 'he lh"fendlnts :"You are hereby stun
we111id 11nd re'lh l opns e ;.I ,tho complant.
ini this~ nelioni, whiebh tilh-d in the otlico of
Co.inly, aind to Ferve* a epy o your answer
to the staid etoinplint onl the tu'ibler nt,
this ofiee,tMo. 7. & 9t. Ainrkel Street Viinnu
honro, Si. Cn --wihin TIweip y I'ys. tafter
11. service hereof, excluisivo of t he day otf
tneh serviee :tiI if y'ou fail to ansltwer theo
jilitinititY in this neion~1 will opply to t ho
Coui. fort reliif denoiei.I in the coinplauit.
hlated Uth Octtober 1871.
JAS. IT. IIITON,
Planijnt iii's A ttiorney.
T't alied by olrder of thle Jud ige,
octl Il-x 1; Winnsboro, A.C.
Ily viinet of an ordler maide biy the ion.
rluo. S. Itryan, .Jndge of I th Ilistrict Court
of thc U nit ed 81 ates fitr Iho Westeurn Dis.
Irict of Sonlth Cairolia, I will tioll nt piublio
un terty to thle htighiest bidder for cash beforo
Ilie Ct iIIonsie doori in W insboro, at. 12
r'cl'jck, oni Mandtuly I ho drh daily of Dccetn-.
her nex I, thle followinig describeud proplerty,
'Ph e lIou n d tr o itnlt.InI 'tTown of Wi nns
boro, occnpied asi at ratidenge~ by Chlosi'e
[:tnIhcarit and kn own in the lani of saiud
Tlown nt ots 0 No. 12 aund 72.
Tiwo hundured rand sixty one (2.;l1) acres
of handli. sit tintie nhottt one initt west oft t
'lTown of Witnsoiuuro, and botuded by lands
of .1. 1'. Atindh-i., tCharnles Tfitmm, Nano)y
I Gtey Ilorse,
'.' ows nn-l Calves;,
L~ot0( ldt "liie,
seloniginig to the Estaito of Charles Cath.
Purobaiiusers to pay for pn pers anfd stnamps.
S AMa'h. 11. ChOWNEY
niov 14-x2[2 ' - sge
R ESP'ECTFIJhhIY antnounces to the pub
I ' i that h e i, no0w receiving and open
ng (at the st ore roomi formerly occupied by
Itaicot. &~ Cor ) n new stoik of goodls coniust
vtrt y, It ice. !!: ;rging', Trotn Tlies, Twine,
P'owder itndi Fhot, A xio GIrenie, Chaeese,
P'a ait edl Iticket', 'Tu antd (Churns, llroomiis
Well Jiucket'is antd ."lheitnur. Sodai, Iliino
Ri one, (Continttedu L~ye, Cantdy, Peppor
'i. l inger, I 'htint, A.cn. Spatdens, Phiovels,
Alannee i Fornk a. Nitils, Itlirso and M uilo
4lhoes,' 'hiI iie, TPitt Ware, V'inaro, Salt,
hlraconi. Ilour . &o. All (of wihi'rh will b'u
ffered it price9 to 'nit lho titine<.
'Thie hiighe.ulituitinket uiri'e' pal'l iiIn CIh
fori (Nton u itn ote Produc lei'it~ wil be
pla uro i osho his stock.t !o r
te -1 th ia t of hs Irie '. Giv hi