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BY JA HIn rA 11 i-:11iGUSON.
'i~ engriged ?'
'Yvs. H weit with Miss Ilarland
to tihe oicta las.t evenin i', and this
Inorn1g he told mo that he was ongag
And, then, looking over to where
Floy l ercy sat in the pleasant win.
tlow, eigaged npon a 'it of delicate
ein bro-(idery,, she excelaimned :
'Why, Fl'y, how pale you have
giown ? fond M:.s. Forbes went over
t.) the side of tho beautiful young
irl. 'ii e let me Ie.recribe for you,'
le said. -Wlat ty you to a
joitrniy to Barlton, to tco sister
.'ihl yi-n like to go, Floy I' And
irs. Plercy I. kvd tendeily at her
The young girl's lips quivered, and
there wias a look of muto entreaty in
her tentle biute eycs.
'y es, ma1,1n uma,' ht sid. i
'lhen you Shall go. You can take
the evening expre.s and renoh Ella's
before it is too late.
'By-by, then, lFloy ? I hope you
will have a pleasant journey.' And
Mdra. lorbes arose to go.
Laying aside her work, Floy flitted
out of the loom tip to the chamber -
and then, burying her face in the
cushion of an easy-chair, she sobbed
piteously to herself.
'Oh Paul !' he moaned. cAnd I
have lIoved you so ! I cannot believe
that you are fLse! low can 1. bear
As Mrs. Forbes decended the rtops
of the Pcrey Mansion, she said the
(Aie wonl,' lfotine,' to the coachman
aii tIlen, entered the waiting
c:k I'? i;rr , 4e gave vent to her
'Foolish girl ! she mlluttered. lftlI
loil :tid-! lhnAihel her jcivele(l hand
as the sBue. lht I have diiposed of
LEr. No ;;irl sha all usurp my placC
us ist i s. of I'..n ileIrlie's imian
tion., VO 1:: , ! s I can prevent it.
No ! no ! T1o on1eh1 do I valie m11y
to o it thus. And Paul's
not e-- tie rEal it. once more.
VI'at :nisw'.e ean I Inake to it '
rawii;:g foun hor pocket a folded
Uote, she1 VIopened it and iead
131 s, l'n P-Dr i.o. :.- It
V.0 Wh: 11 ny 1 i'ts that I was de
'a I;"'! k. 'ping, i v appoint ment
wahi yilu hast veig;but whenl you
now thit the evenling was spent by
the side of a dying friend, I think
that, you will fugive me, 11 so, give
meO the pleasure of your company to
the opera this evoning.
e ve r, y u r' P A U..
This liote. wh'lielh would have ex
plained all, never w:ue seen by Floy
.Perey ; for, woman-like Paul's crafty
oldi ;unt, Mts. F orbes, had quickly
Owen Io I !. tatd sprung up in
thiir cI . hiarts, antd in her own
base-mi .Ishe had resolved to es
tr:mg"e M o.
\ itih a low a hi , she rettined tle
ill-atel note to her 1ocket. She had
Ortallv t .d of.- delib.i'ate falsehood
ni len the ca rriage drew up before
'anl Alleir.lie'.i elegant homne, she
wN.as read.y to tell another.
-eg, n p I M' .liss Pe'iry,
ir. Fbe teli.ed to [u.il's inq1uji y.
$h~e road the note, anid, givinig it
in-at me, ehe said :' "ive it to Mr.
EI;HrA1:, plsoe and say that I canniot
ei oly w it h 1h is rer inE't, as I lea ve
for' ('arltEn this eve'ini!.'
(raspingr the little note in his
lond. lhe i nri.e- andl strode away.
'tOruel, hear less g'irl !' he muttered.
'Ifow etuh I J have ber-n s:, blindl '
Andyethislove for l'loiy Percy was
dEyi'Outd in :;, heart ; and, try
.\ I!h:fy lonig he wa:ndecred silently
: . aunleii, ' ver' his greaL tiu ,, his
he' it L ie u -.s i paissiont ; anfd all
lIh". oi."bl, hi plting :ntnt was solilo.
Si'"i "'tsi Ilee oly over the sucecess of
Tho r'e SeptremblEr Hll wvas slowlyv
sinking behindl the distant hills, whena
1 I ul i Ierzlie o rd ered hiis great b lack
hoE' t.> be broughtr out, mounting, he
roEhE att a gtaflop down the road.
Tl 0 piri tedi steed situfled thle pure
cvyn g air' with l~wIdad~istended nos
ribs, n'iil arched his proud neck as ho
felp. thIe .iellbing turf rush past be
neath his teit ; andl his dazed rideri.
half -uncoti ons~ oft his wild speed, sat
ill las aeddlec, repeating over in his
ni ndi the words.
'Fabr ! false ! Ah ! Floy, I little
GrcadiiIly theo shades of' evening
fell1 aromunl , and soont the twilight had
deepened into darkness ; and still the
htorse flow on utpont hisii tnd raee, his
.riolr'ci tnuplt in his own sari mutsings
paiinag no heed to his thoughts. But
coni I s speedh slackened ; and, white
with luain, anud faitigued( by his long
conit n :nd efforts, the steed caime
down to a slow walk. Su'idenly,
'with a w ihli, ulnearthlly shriek, a broad
glare atreinmed upon the road around
lie horsema :n, antd a rniii11ing, rushing
soundt filled the air. A mnomnit of in
decision, a dreadful shtockc, and
'As the train rtushied past, the signal
fori brakes camie short andh (juick ; iind
m another moment, the traini stood
titl: ion hess utpit the tracn.~k, anud the
p oengers flocked forth to a.-eertain
he ca mtso of the suddheni halIt.
'A in m on horsec a(oin the track.
*We were comting around the curve,
and when I. saw hit1, it was too late;
thE. (Engine.. sttruck him1, and thIrew him
It was the engineer that spoke, and
al I cro 'dedo a routndl the voun g ntui is
lie Iay uponi~i the earth, a few teet from
Ios aoa steed.
The~ire was a Ilight wound upon the
temiiple, antd a little stream of' blood
tricklod down across his palo0 face,
miudli pitler by contrast. A phlysiciain
--a utern faund yet kindly hearted o'd
nan -pressed forward and knelt upon
the ground beside the senseless body
of the Young. mann, and laid his hand
upon his heart.
.'lie i not dead, only stunned,' he
said. 'Does no one know him ?'
The next instant, Ploy Percy came
i), and recognizing the pallid fen
tures of her lover, sh1e foil up)n her
knees beside himt, forgetting every.
thing, save that she loved hin.n
'le is a dear ftienl--a brother,' she
said) inll answer to the physician's look
of it.quiry. 'ilie nust be earried
back to B- - imnediately, Will
sonic one be kind enough to get a car
riage for me '
A vehicle was soo'n brought, and
Paul was laid carefully upon the
cushions ; and putting a bank note
into the handsof the driver, with the
injunction to make ill possible speed
she took her p1ce beside him. Ten
derly she staunclied the flow of bloo I,
and boutid up the wound 5 and soon,
with a slight convulsive mnov -ment,
his browni eyes opened, and their g .r
foll upon 'I oy.
'Floy, Floy,' he murmured, 'notti
img h.ws separated us. It wastall a
dream ; and it seemed so real.'
'You forget, Mr. Ellerslic,' and it
seemed as it' Ploy had suddenly awak
ened from some short, blissful dream.
'Do not try to deo-ive Me. You are
betrothed to another.'
'No Floy, I atu betrothed to none
but you. Who has told you the false
'Paul you are not trying to deceive
me 7' And the maiden's blue eyes
were turned reproachfully upon her
lover. 'Did you not go to the opera
last evening with Miss Harland ?'
'As I live 1' he cried, 'I did not.
Who has deceived you?'
'o Paul ! can it be that your aunt
spoke falsely 1 She said this mtorning
thaot you were engaged to \lis lIar
land last evening.'
'The fale, false creature !' he cried.
A Id the mu iden saw tlatl he spoke
lie truth by the clear, liones; ligit of
his brown e3 e.. Wait. ! Did you re
ceive this ' And he thrust the little
note into her hainds.
'Tle maiden took the note ; and
she read, hcr face flshed, and a I .,
light shone in her eyes.
'She told ne you had read it 1 hw
cried, when sle had finished. 'Tel I
me that she deceived me-that 3ou
have fo.triveno me !'
'o Paul I I have notiing to forgive.
It is enough to i now that you still
It wias nearing mini, ight when [ Mrs.
lFurbes was so inmened to t he iraw ing.
room and as sie epened the door, she
belhel iul Ellerslie and his betroth1.
ed, arm in-ari, standing l,:fore her.
u k donim with a mia.mlement, she
stood rooted to the floor.
'Mrs. Forbes,' Paul spoke, -il Ily,
'an accident has frustrated all Jun
nicely-laid plans. Everything Ia
been explained, and you nre foiled.
Florence Percy will become my wife
within a niollti.
Without a word, the abashed woman
turned and s.vept from the rooin ; and
ere the dawn, she had left the house
never to return.
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THE CA USE AND UURE OF CONSUMPTION.
-rho primtary cause of Consumptton is derange.
mont of the digestive organs. This derangement
produces deficient nutrition and assimilation. By
assimlation I mean that process by which the ni
trinent of tire food is converted into blood, and
thenco into the solids or the body. Persons witi
ultgestlon thus impaired, batitig the slightest pro
1iiiposition to pulmonnry disense, or if they take
cold, will bo very liablo to have Consumption of
the Lungs in htome of its forms; and I hold that it
will be Impoasilble to clio airy t'aae f Lousumption
without first restring a good digestion and healthy
nlimlinatiorn. Tho very first tiling to be done is tb
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slimo that Is cauisingdisese and riecay in the Whole
System. They will clear out t ho liver of all diseased
bile that has accumulated there. and rouse it up to
ia new and healthy action, by which natural and
henlthy bile Is secreled.
The stomach, bowels, and liver are thus cleansed
by the use of Schoenck's Mandrake Pills; but there
retnains in the stomach an excess of acid, the
organ is toridl and the appetite poor. In the bow
etis thie iueteais ure weak, and requiring strength
anidrr stoirir,. It Is int a cotidition like this that
fr.ihenIek's Senweerf Tonie Jt -es to U6 the most
vitanle reriedy ever dIscovered. It is alkaline,
t'Ir its use will neutralizo all excess of acid, mak
ing the stomtach sweet and fresh; it will give per
ninnent tone to this important organ, and create
a good, heurty appetite, and prepare the systent
for the first process of a good digestion, anl(
iltimrately 1itnke good, healthy, living blood,
Anfer this preparatory trentiment, what remalins
In cure irot caes of Consumption is the freo
ard r everiig use of Schenck's 1tilnonic Syrup.
The irlmrlonic syrup ttrrishes the systeri, puri.
fles the blood, and is readily absorbed into the
cirltation. and thence dtstribtled to the diseased
Thge. '.'hre It r iens all inorblid matters, whether
Itl the iorm of itNlseesses or tul)ercles, and then
asstvs Natire tr ext. 4 all l(the disensed matter, in
tie airm of freo exp -ei ration, whin once it ri pens.
It is thlen, by till great heainlg and puriryiing
proplerths sof Seh~enekl's Ph imonrric Syrup, thrallr
inrceNrsi aittiesi r hrenied upr sounid, andi may
ilent is eutii.
Tire essenrttal tiring to ire done in curing Con
Snmplrtion ts ton ge1tl rp o il rppletite andt a goodt
igerpstiOnI, so that, the0 body wsill grow in fieshr and
get 5stronlg. ii a prraon blrisdiisenstal litnn,--a
cavtity ornei i he.3Ittre,.-t,- enivily e'nnot het1 the
mlatter ('abmotri on, io ilng atst ire systetm is below
5r. Whait ix nrcrs.:ary tol rure is a nrew ortier of
in' rus,--as gooud nsppetite, a good01 nuttritionr, thre body
i garows inl iesit andi 'et fuit ; thlen Naturre Is hlpod
the envsittles witl hrea., tile mnrt tcr will ripen aria he
thrrowni oir in1 11ntge. quanlrtitles, anti the prerson
reiga11in erail tland strength. Th'1is is the true and~
only 3, lan to cur'l C'onsumplit lon, land if a person is
very 1had, if tr lungs are tnot entirely desti-oyed
I r even1 Ir 11no itung is enitireiy gone if thaerd tii
elnugh vitality loet itn tire other to hrea.1 up, thre is
I have seert many persons cured with only diuo
Soirrr undlg, list, arnd enjoy life to a good Ohc n ge.
hMlt is whalt Scenlck's Me~ocene~s wviil do to cture
Coliniumtin. Try wvilt clant otut the atomnachr,
e ween and1 1111irrenrgthen it, get rip a gootd digestion,
nned givo Natrr tire aissistrnnco hac needs to clear
tile sysltm of allithe dtiseasre that is in the iungrt
w~hat''var tire form may3 be.
IiIt i imprtanrrt. that whrioe uisiny, fchrenek.'s M~edi
eint', care sim1uid1 trs E-t.reised tnt 1ta ke cobd.
knelp inirloors iln entran nna rop Wteathrer av'oid
night air, nnd1 take outt-door oxcreiae only irt a
genil andl warm sunrsinel.
I wih it <lt int ty undesirutrrond that wheni I fient-ir
rmsrnr a p atirrnt to br- ca.r.Cfu ini regard to taking
coldn, wilet usting my13 Medicines, I doso for a speciai
rnran, A mliimln wtrhs hunt, pairtiaully recovered
fromrr I le etihects of a hadl c(i'I is far miore linbnle to
at reliapso liriti one o hI'ias breen enltirely cured;
nm it. ix preelsety tirf .wrne in regardl to Ustumi p
tionl. t"' iung as thre a.' trot p'rfectyihealcd
mur of the' disewt. tiree it is iihat I so 51trernu
ortly enut ion pttlnrornary iratienits nrgninst expiosting
themselvries to arn nmosprle that is not genial arri
ipiensan~rt. ('Onfirmieil tnlsumpiitivesx' ilngs are a
irre' of sores, wicih the hearsi cihange of atmios
phirre wviii inthiirme. 'The grandt Secret of my sne
Crms -.ith rmy Mertn.'Iner consist., ini my atrlv to
suhdnelI, inflarmnlntiorl niestead f Iuteotking it, KS
riany ofI thrr fntylrt do. An inflamred iung~ eannot,
wyitih saty~t to the pattint, be e'xtpbsedi to tiro bittirn
brins'sr or \Virnter or the chnillrng windrs of Spirng
or Anttrnan. It shuldic ho cal'rully siildedi fromn
all i rrita irig initenorces. Thelm utmost eauition
shouiid ihe obrserved in this lrarticurlar, as witborit it
a rm uder almost ainy circumistances an impho:i
'Fie perseft shrould be kept on a wholesome and
inutritiorts diet., lnd' ll tire ledicnes conitimised
unt il tile irony iras restored to It the nrattural inaintity
of flrshr arrr stroirgth.
I was.' mlyielfcrrred'fry th~is treat ment of tire worst
kind of (Consumnptini nnd have uvedi to get fat and
hrearty these matny years, with tntiiting tiostiy
gonle. I hravo crnred throtisarnds ritind0, afttd very
niany hrave been1 cuired by thlis ireatmient whiomi
hlavel nrver sl'en.*
Anrorut tire Fi'rst of October 1 expeettto take possesl
slan or ilyS n0w bruildinig, at thlo Northeast (tor'ner of
511x ahnml Archr Streets, wihere [ shall be pleased to
gIve advieto al nl who maliy requtire it.
Fl diretionis aeccomtpanty ait my TRemedies, so
tirat a prerson ini 1ny part. of thre world can be
leadily crured by a striet oibserv'anrce of the satrie.
J. IIL SUlIENCE, M. D.,
ai r' Agents for ilhe Manuifactrers for
rSWrot, Ai'rrow, Allclor, aiid Butter
A7K bsi ?RF Tl q
PATENT LOCK TIEs
Jutot lairding 4.000 Butndles of thle 'Eu
r'ekus" ant Lock Tics.
No Tie can su'rass the "Eurieka'' for
sImplicity attnd durablility, and we off'or it. as
Tie '.hat Is unexcelled.
'The Arrow is also well known.
We ask yotur orders, guaranteeIng as low
prices ase they can be purhchatsced at in ain
We shall be pleased lobhandlle consign I
meents of your~ ootton, and will give al
shipments our closes at tention,
GEO. WV. WILLIA MS & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Chutrc.street,
sept 27--x2mo Charleston, 8. C
F the beat quality in store and for sale
hiy JAMB8SIII; T V.
AM Ad m
Valuable Land to tot.
James M. McCollum, Aduir. of Estate
Wm Crosby, deo'd, vs. James W. Crosb3
Frances Yoogue and her husband Ja
W. Yongue and utherd-Court of Con
Pirsuant to an order of Cotirt Maade :
this caso, I will rent for next year to ti
highest. bidder, onl the 281h inst., at. (i
lateresidence dr the said William Crosi
deceased, the reveral tracts of Rand b
longing to the estate of sid deconsed, t'
The tract knowdi as the"Odi Pine," co1
taining Eight, Hundre'd and Thirtyeseni
Acres; the tract knowin as the "Day
Place," dontaining Three flundritd an
Twelve A-es; the timtt. known as ti
'.1'fl1 Pla e'," containing Otte lUIiidn'e: ati
Fifly Aerts; the tract knowin as the "J.jim
Coleman Place," containing Two flluilre
nnd Fifty Aeres; the tract knowi as it
"Minticello Place," containing One lt1
tired and TWulVe Acrest a traut. conlaiii
Tiweity-tWo nit(d a% half Act-es, situated t i
Ithe Home i'lacie, aniid suili prtion of it
I1otn Place Its inhy tiot ie inuchiled in ti
aslii (l'.1 tl of homestend i nil It lot sit u11
oid it tie Sheltoi Depot on the 8. and U
frievlit of twelve mont hs, Pecnred by seA
tid note of lesseo, vith I wio approved surt
ties. LIessen to pay for all icesnary R
pert and statmps,
L. W. DIJVALL, S. P. C.
Sherill 'a 01ce,
Witinshoro, S. C., Dec. 12, 18'1.
deu 14-t l 2
The State of South 4 ariolinh.
COUNTY OF FAIRFIE 0D.
Lewis W. Duvall, as Rheriff, vs. Theodor
Keller, and wife ar'd others.
In pursuance of nn order' of the Coui
iaie in tie above stated cauise, I wi
offer for sale at. public anction to ti
highest bidder before the Court liouse doo
In Winnahorn, within tle legli hours <
nde, oh Ihe first Mo4tiay in Jai'mn1liry nexi
the following depcrited propertv, to wit:
All that plantation ot- tract c' Ranm lat<
ly the property of Osnionl Woidwi 'i, tI
ceased, lying nnd sitnate in Fairtied Coun
ty anid State auforesaid, known a4 [lhe Jolit
H; Harrison tract, containing Eight tium
dred and Forty-eight Acres, miore or le's
and binded by lands of Maritli A. Wood
ward, ilegina Gnitdcen, John L. Black, 04
mond 8. Jones ahid blhe's.
Te'nls of' Sale.
Ono third cash, and tie balance on
credit of one and two years in equal instal
mints, with interest thereon from tlie dt
of sale, securei by the boud of the put
chaser ard tiortgage of the premises. Iti
hnsers to pay for sanips anl necessar
L. W. DUVAL L, S. F. C.
Winnsboro, Dec. 8, 1871.
IY virtue of authority conferred upon i
)by the last will and testinment of W ii
liani S. Lyles, deceased, we will sell to ii
high 4 est hidder, at the ourt RHouse 1
Winnsboro, on the first day of Jnnuar
next. all (he real estate belonging to ti
said deccnastd, (o-wit,
All Ilta valliable plantation or ir.act ao
land, whiereon the deceased resided at Ith
time of his denth, containing One Thousfun
Acres, more at' less, Rying and ituiate it
thti County of Pairfield, about three mile
froin Ashford's Ferry and Strother's DJepot
on S4 and U. It. R , and on the public high
way lendinig to Winnsboro, and bounded b3
lands of W. J. Idw ney, Dr. T. J. Lyles'
U. 11. Pearson, ol. 1). Province and others
It will be subdividtad into two, three o
four lracis, and offered for nal in sucl
parcels. The tract containiug the home
tt..nl will be sold subject to the homesteni
rllotedl to the widow and intor chilhureni.
TiJstss:-One-third ensh, and tor lth
balance a credit of onie atie t wo years, payi~
ible in equal annual inslalmenits withI in
lerest. fr'om the day of sale payable anntinl
ly' : thle ptuirhasutrs to seure the said baR
'iice by their bonuds and mor'tg'nee of th
parcels bought, anid to pay for all necessar;'
papers and revenue stamps.
T IROM AS 5l. LYrLES,
W F. 11. TI.A 'NSwol'il,
dlec 7 t1x3 Qualified Execuilors.
81H EIFF'S SA L1MS
B} Y virtuore of eundry cxecutions to in
d di'recd, I will oiler for sale at. Fairi
neld C'or't house on the first Moniday anm
Re day f'ollowing, in .Januar'y next, wiith
ni the legal hiour's ot' sale, lo the htighies
bide'. f'oi' en ah, thle following P'ropett
P'urchase'rs to pay (01' tI. les:
One iract of' lan d in Fatirfield Coutnly
St ale oif SothI Carolina, eon tainiing sovc.i
iunidr'ed aci'es, more or less, nd boundet
y lands of ii. Crosby, ?bl. Slone and oth
ers, levied upon as the P'roperty of R
3rosby. ails. N. 11. 110113y and ot hirs.
All et' t hat i'hct of land in Fiairfield Coun
Ky, St ate of SothI Car'olin a. eon taini ni
Bleven hondred ated eight-seven acres
norn or less, on thio water's of ,Jaeksoi
1r'eek, and hounded by lands owne-'iliha
Dri. Harvy, deoenised, Wanshlington Olndney
fra', Sarah MRilling. nndi othercis, levied upom
is theo properly of P'. Hlastings and wife a
lhe suit of J. M. Berd, atnd mhiers.
1hrff Ofc, W. DUIVALL, a, F. C,
Winnsboro. D~ec. 8, 1871.
3ALE SPARTANBURG AN~D UNIO3
['he State of South Cai'olina, Plaintiff
against the Spartaniburg and Union Rail
road Comipany and others, croditors, de
In obedience to an order datedl 16th day
if November, 1871, passed l'y the Hlin.
fames M. Rutland, Judge of the 4th, Cir
mil, of the State of South Carolin1, the
inder'signed will sell, on the FIRST MON
)AY in January, 18'i2, or on the first cort.
renient sale clay Ihereafter, at Unionville,
ni thle County of Unioti, in thle St ate of
tooth Carolina, befoi'e the Court house
lonr, between the hours of 11 o'olock in
he forenoon and 3 o'clock in the aficrrnoon,
At public ontory, to thRi highest bidder, te
rhole of the SPARTANBMU 1O AND UNION
tAILRtOAD, including the Road-bed,
tight of Way, Grading, Bridges, Mlaconry
,id Superslructure, lying and situato in
lie Counties of Fairfield, Union and Spar
an'turg ; all the stock subscribed for' in
partanburg and Union Railrond Com,'any,
lie chai'tered rights and privileges thereof;
he ti lroad spikes, chairs and! equipments
nid all the property owned by said compa
y, as incident or necessary for its busi
ess, en the following terms, to wit.:
'wenty- five thiousand (25,000) doillars cash,
nd the balance In three equal semi-annual
natalme, Is, with interest on each mnstal
ment from the day of sale, to he secured by
he bond of the purchaser, with a mortgage
f the ent ire property sold. The pnrchaser
will also be re quire dto pay for all stamps
If the highiest bIdder shonrldl fall to pay
.1 once the twenty-five thotisand ($25,000)
ollars aforesaid in cash, the properay
ereinabefore ad vortisec wilIas lmcn..,e..
be offered, at lie timo and place above men.
tioned, upon the terms already stated, for
>f re-sale. JAMES Al. BAMXTIR,
THOMAS Bi. JET3R,
0. doo 0- id Roferees.
Y virtue of stndry executi-ne to me
e directed, I will offter for sale nt public
0 out-ery to the highest bidder before the
Cout-t House do -r in Winneboro, in tle
County of Fairfield and 8tte of 8outl
Carolina, on the first Monday 'in January
hextand itho day following within the legal
hours of sale, for: CaSh, all that piece,
I parcel or lot of land, with the improvements
thereon, situate nnd lying in tle towln of
W innsboro, itt tie Contiy :end State ile_
said, being part of the lot know,i isid alerig.
nated in lie plan of sanid Town as lot num
h) r 66, and bontided as folloWs; on I lie
Sol dh by Washington Street, nnd fronting
thereon 63 feet, more or less - ot flie east
by lot of Mis. Laura \l. Mauibewi, on the
southii by lot of .1ohn P. Matthews Jr., a li
e Un t c wIst lby I t H t lh'.1 i- t, Colm itill-i
e .ugusta lIailroail. lvii.d on 111n4 to be sohl
as th It property of liehard Catlicart at tih
siiutt of aiuIcl 11. Cloiwney C. C. 1'. vs.
Inines C a' hcrt, lelint Cibcart ad
Daniel Nelson, and others.
L. IV. DUVA LL, 8. F. C,
Sheriff 'H Office,
Winisboro, Dec 8. 1871.
deg 9-f 1x2
Tho State of South C. rolina.
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
George W. Iliggins, vs. Plaintiffs Daylis E.
Elkir, John P. flail, ntnd hisi wifeSutah Hall,
and Milton a. Dulap.
In pursuance of nn order of Court niade
in the above hlated case I will offer for
e sale at public nucti--n, to the lil'ept bid
det', befot'e the Court hlouse door in Winne
boro, within the legnl hours of sale, on tho
first Monday in January next, 1872, the
following described property, to wit:
One tract of land collainiig One [lun
dred and Pour Aeros more or less, lying
in the County and Statte afort-snid, on Ilie
Cliarlot to, & South I C arnilna ih-lall-.
about six nilecs from intisboro', auul
near the station on said Rnilway, cai'ril
einpson's Turn Out, atid adjoining lamtis of
Getorgc Simpson, or file Estate of Williamit
Jones, deceased, of tlie Eftate of Osmionl
Woodward. deceascl, latius .f .ohn It.
Cathcart, and others.
Terms of le.
Onetlhi-il eash onl Iny of sn!e, the hal
nnce tliereof on n e-edit of iwelve monthsI.
with _interest fron day of sale, io be sectr
et with bond and iii-rgage of preimisi-e,
and the purcliaserI to pay fI- all necessary
papers and stanips.
I.. W. DL VA , L, .- P, .
Winnsboro, S. (., Dec. 8, 1871.
)Y virtue of sundry executions to mte
) directed, I will offer for rale to th
highest hidder before rite Court I 'ou,e door
in Wiinsboro,' on tehe first. Monduay in .lan -r
ary next, antl tle day followiug. within thu
ltgal hotrs orf sale. to file liibCAt hi-lih I i
for Cash, the Following lieal Propermy, iI
All that tract or dntniitn or 1:ind con
taining Seven liin-ired aeres Inore or1 les
lying and situate in, the County if Fahririti
a of Souh C-rolina. on waters of Big
Dumli oain's ( 'reek. waler of Wntteree River
and boundiied by lans ofrlohliatris,-. Sr.
decensed. Johnl WV. Durh1m.1-c1n1ed
Thomas Robert-soi. dceasl-ed. %U-3. ltartes,
Jaies lhar her, deceasel, Mrs. Picket, dt
ceased, levied upon is the property of h, i
lin-rison, Adin'r, W- It. Robertson, EIx'r and
t hL. W. DUVALL, S. P. C.
Winrn.r, Dec !1, 1971.
-- Sheriff's Sales.
uiThe Stalte ol' Sonth Ct'oliinil,
COUNTY O1F FAlIRE!ELD).
John Reap and his wife, Nanlcy iUcap, JTohn
i, ober-tson, by lis( niurdian, u l/ii,
Win. 10~ Robertson, vs. James Robertson,
W mt. R obert son,
in pur-sunnce of an order- of thue (out , 'if
Pr-obate made in Ithe abotve stated cause, 1
will otfer for sale, nt pntblic odfiry, to thie
highest bidde-r, biefore the Court lcuse
door in WYlisharo withbin thle legal hioitis
of anle on thle first Mlonday int Jntmary
next. thle following desciied property, to
All t hat. cer-Iain t-act. of inndl of wi hl
Johnt S. Iloertson, decoeed, was seiz-d
and possessed. in fe simplet at his deCath I,
coniining One htilndred amtl nine-teen neres
situate on waters of Mloi-es Creek, water
of 1,i1ttle It iver-, int ihe County of Fatirfieldh
and~ Stante of SouthI Calrolinn, gnd loundeid
by lands of Mtrs. John Coo , Rebecca Ma
soni. Daniel Scott. and tets, beig ihe
same t-act, convey o the said John S.
Hlobortson by . Hi. itobetsoin, Esqj.,
Contmis-sio in Equity foi Fairfield Coun
ty. by d dat-eid on 5ithI November, A. 1).
Telis of Sal.,
(hue half Ithe purchelase Money to be paid
iCash, and t he balance thter-eof on a
cr-edit. of one yeat, withI inter-est. flrm day
of sale, thle put-rci- to give Is l'ondl with
at mortgage of the premises arnd to pay for
all necessary papers and r-evcnue stamps.
L.. WV. DUVAIIIJ S. F. C.
Winnsbor-o, S. C., Dec, 0th, 1871.
Mte of' South Car1ohla.
The St-ito of South Carolina, plainitiff, vs.
I le Shninn itbiurzg and Union Raili-oad
Comp~anty, arid others creditors.--Order
fot- sale, &o.
By vir-tue of a dle-rtal order in the above1
stat ed case, all the cditots of theo Spat-r
faniburg and Union Railroad 'Coaipany at-e
recquir-ed to ptovo -and establish t heir die.
imanids against thle aild Company, be-for-o
us, as Special Referees, at the law aftico of
James iI. Eti,.nr REq , in Wiinnsboro, . C.
on the 2fith. 27 th, 28th, 29th and (0tht days
of December, A. D). 1871, and on the 28,1
2-4th, 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th (lays of
Januat-y, A. D). 1872.
JAMES M. IIAXTERI,
TI'1OMAS II. .JlETER
nov 29-t illst febi special Referees
Livery arnd Siale
A. Fe GOOBDI NGQ,
I WILL receive on or abiout the first, of
LSeptember next, a lot of extra fine Ken.
tucoky fIorses a d Mules. Parties dies-irig
fine Stock will (10 well to call ott ate ear-ly
In contnectioa with my J~ivet-y St-able, I
have tipened a CJat-ringe, Buggy and' Wag- a
on Factory. All work neatly executed and
warrantd, OIve me a call.
Sale of Yaluable Lands.
i -Y virtue of nuthority under a power of
a attorney dutly executed to me by Jacob
llookman, uider his haud nnd seal on the
9th day of ,tanuary, A. D. 1869, 1 will of.
fer for sale at ptiblic cut cry to the hiighicst
hidder before itie Court HonsP door in
Winnshoro, in the County of Fairfiel, in
the State of South nrolinn, on the i.-t,.
Monday in Januaitry next, bet ween tihe
hours of ii dOe ck in fihe forevoon and 3
in the tti'ernoo 1, ill that piere. parcel,
plintation nnd trnt of la.nd contiainilt
Seven liindr d Acres. more or- les.-, bhii
lying and situalo ill the Coutty of Fai'ii-'l.1
l tlhe St ate of Souith Caroliina, on ite wa.
tet'S of Crooke'd R01n, and :tt.j1inigi lit ts
of IlIargrove Olcti , R. 11. .Jen In.,-, . .
Wiyiiek atid othcrr!, being the sani pl:,...
I ion or tract of land mIrt I 1 ngel, b_ y :.Vid )y
Jncob b.-okmttan : tine oil the ':hI .:or-r,
. 1). 18;;9, and 111 he tl . by me as afor.
Yni to) fortcloSe sidl mo0lirtn e.
The Telt amls of1 -fale to be as f-ll,w i
'I lie stim of Eight 1inndrei4 Ibolhar'o I 1
-it iln C4 to lite by the lirhliaser o lim
ki a': of sale. For the b.alaniice, it lcdit (i
onle. llio, tht'ece nnld fourl years-, inl eqll'
aniht'aial inst:Hllmeni1r, %,Il intetest ol tihe
whlole nilot ni1 froml thle da:.1 of stile, par-.
lible at inlly, tii il the ,Vl etlc of il priin -
cinA tit int erest be paidt. 'il.tgtse.. to
give boid with pcr'(nail eeilrityv, 1111 t
in o~i'lbagt cI the I'prtemir.4, told pa;y fort all
necemr4:lly p i s. -11n -Vl lo reve n l p
SA.NI'EL W. IlOOiKIIA I'T.
Doko,11 Wiek ember. tIl., 1871
dec 7--t1 x2
SirJamecs Clark's Periale Pills,
'thse naluable Pills fire unf1ailing" ill
Ole curo of alt tihos, palhftl otit nd i d ge1o
(IIsenses to which ithe feiale doistitlitin i~e
subljoet.. They mtodlerlate all exceSsc and1
remove all olttructions, frotn whatevier
To Mairiod Ladies
they 00 particularly staiied. ' hey will in
a short litme bring mi ihothly t perioll wi It
reg-lihiry : and ilthuhvl oefl
conitaini nothing hnifulN to lthe contiintiijon.
In all cases of Nervoits and 1piiail Atre.
loins, Palins ill the lttnek1 anl Limbs. Va
ticue on slight 'xertio, Palpitationt of the
Hleart, lhyste-ies. .1nd1 Wites,$ thev will ef.
fect a clte vhiei all other Inean t 'oive taii
etl. Tho pamttphilet n-ouid oech pueki ge
his full tdirelilts and nidvice, or Y. ill c
set fre 1i4 aill writing fo' it, ste!&cl fr'otm
it is the fato ot every trulv' valutable
telicile to e colltiterfeitell. ' job Ni s'
iri .11am1es Ulark's Felmale Pillz an le
Sively counternet'irel. T the genuline lIvc
he ninm t of "-)li Nioseq" ot eltr:h p-tk-pe
All oliers are worl les. Disjitesti Dirti
gist elieavor ito sIl tihe counti aereliits ' to
Ike greater p ofils.
N. II.--in all vavoes whevre the geioneitit
datinot be oitained, One Mlinru enelwel it
lte Solo Prcprietor, .tI11 ' 18
Cor'lan-i 81treet, New York, will inur' L
lboltle t he geni, [lii,,p ~
Pills, by rentra em1 l steenretly sealvd fro014
anlly knoiiwledge of' it., contents jue
SIiII'i e Fi l'st ClNISS tedll w rWilft|d
T''s ' ollilil1 P.ialia
-i ..1. P. !- C TO 11
Gr'and, hq[11110 and~ U.priglht
Thege in irntits have liet before tie
Ptillic for nearly' 'hirt v Years, and itol
their cllenc alotn lui:tne0 l 11el u1101 --
chlnsed pre-t-m inence, whh(j hprononneelsc(,:
them itneil ttiled, in Totte, 'Touchi, W'ork
mtatnIhip antd 1)urabilit y
fM!i' All otur Sqtre P'ianos hntv e ottrt Now
biptrovet Ivensti'ting Se Ile attl the A tgralfte
13&'' W~e wouhi call speciatl altelnsion to
tiut '..tn Patetd l:npirovemients ini 4Grand
Ptiene4 andi .'tqutare Graittds, foundtt in no
P'er'feelion thaan hais yet beenl alt fitaine
MtjW We arte by tp'cia ideran't tgemen ct eta
ibled to furntish l'rlot' Organis atnd Mob
lrons of thle tim.gl celehit' d tnkers,
Wholesale and lietnil at. Iowett Fatorlu'
Illusttinledu Catalogttes and Price List
promiptliy furin ishiedOt on api'intinn to
WM. KNAlIl & e0..
lu itmote, Md.
Or anty of our regualat' esltblishaed ngen..
Ciiristmas and New Year.
I)onmestio Dry Good-i. Fanev' Goodl., Tritm.
t1 ingr, IIlOsiery3, (Ootve', Not iontsw it ott
('I 'ignons, lltsih. ltl, Iooni, 4ou-t s,
Jutilts, Uimbrellat, Tr'u;nkst. &c.
A new supply of MIillinery, I Lat , Rii h
bions, Vt'eei, Feathter, andi a variety or
thittgs for Santa Clattus.
fGotifodttonaries, Candies, Cakes, in var-ie
y, Candy 'Toys, Raisins, Nuts, Fr'uits, l'ca
nurs, Chesnut~s, Prize Iloxes &n.
Full stock of Flour, Meal, (Grist, Pagatrs,
'offees, Mlnssos, Syruips, barr'els i.
rm'i'els and( kitR Mackerel, Enrd i-Dryts, si i.
Lull ,Smoked Bacon, Shonlers, It llams, lKer
sene Oil, Potash, Soaps, Hotdi, spjitte,
esetnces. Candlest, Starch, Powder, S'h I
'tps Cigaris, $nmokin g andl Chiewintg Tt.
iacco. lhiiits, Shoes, IIina, Ca~'lps' 'tI Crokey.
'in ware, Woodeonwarc, lfaritwiire. &,i
I rik .itld Sweet. Ptotatoes, Uniotns-, atnd
arn oth itter atiles.
dec 2-.It J. 0. 110 d.
d( t' zeks itmit harrlls of F'louir.
1T;irct Chloieed CanvalsteidIIt as
1 'Tierce Chtoice Cairol-nit lice,
A5 lfngs Choice Bio I ffe
Denarra, Cotfee C antd extraa C 8tugarut
ard, in 'Tin Cats, Candoes, &c., at
nov I8 lixEATV S.
LL. pertonts itilebit d to ime are verp(elier ((
to e'miii fuorwarI d utt ma' seulemnt't
s futheltr indutlgenice will noit ht grantel.
1 delo r fra., ''1 Iion'u. r' "ie.
nov ;)-Jm i