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THE FAIRFIELD HEALRD.
Publivibed Every Wednesday at
WINNSBORO, . C,
DEUISPORTES & WILLIAMg
'One CNPy one year, - - $ 8 06
Fi"e . " - - 1200
Ten " " 2600
-Blore of the leorgin Ring Against the
South Carolina King.
The plans of the public enemy are
niow known. They have already
bought, at a third of its face value,
about one-fifth of the entire utock
-eapital of the South Carolina Rail
road. Unless the3 find us fully pre.
Pan't d, they will attempt to lease the
r11d at the meeting of the stockhold.
ieis to be held in Charleston, next
Tuesday. If they fail in this-and
we hu ve shown ohlewhero that the pro
irsed loaso would bo as disastrous to
flme stuckholdeis as to the people at
large-they will endeavor to continue
tleir purobasivg of stock until they
haVe a controlling vote, when they
will either o mpel a loaso, or, without
a loe.Ne, work the road against this
Sttite, and for the sole advantage of
ili (enitral tailroad and of Savan
,i af. The first stop, thon, is to defeat
tat the coming meeting any movement
looking to a lease of the South Caro
lina ltii!road, or to a change in its
wise and fuitful policy. There is
itock enough held by Sou'h Carolin
iatis, wlbot-e every interebt is in this
State, to reject any such proposal by a
leemiivo vote. The Central Ring
mu.-t be whipped and handzomely
whipped, that they may know that
ihis people are not so foolish as to sell
their trade and their commerce, their
while security, for a beggarly and
pr con~inus dividend. In order that
tt.it tay be done, beyond paradven
ture, we exhort every stockholder of
the South Carolina Railroad Com
pany, who o ens prol e ty in this State
or e ty, or who is dependent for his
llusi.ieas upon low rates of freight
1nd free conpetition, to send hi.
proxy at once to some gentleman In
(harloston whom lie can trust, and
whom lie knows to be more deeply
concerned in guarding and fostering
the public interests than in reaping it
proit from a stock speoulation.
If this be done, and done quickly,
I he fi-st attack (of the Central Rail
91ad Rling will ba sharply repulsr'd.
We shall then have time to carry i, o
(fetet mensures which will make it
impossible for any rivals, however
powoe ful, to use our main trunk rail
)(ill as a means of entiching them,
ilaul of redtucing to beggary a commn
nity now fairly recoverin g from the
losses of pest ilence and war.- Ohar.
Terrible Fato of a Lion Tamer.
The Bolton oorrespon-ont of the
London Daily Echo telegraphs, under
date of January 3d :
"Last night Massarti, the lion tam
er at Manoers' Menagerie, now ex
hibiting in this town, was torn to
pieces by the lions with whom lie was
perfortitig. lIo struck one of the
Ii n 1 on i h me, slipped onto lie feet
itn armtle*s side. and one of the liens
immnediately soir.'cd hinm by the scrtp
nntd tore it almost off. T1he other
lir.ns then sprang upon him and tore
* if the flesh comiphetely from thle low
er part of his back and thighs, and
it flic'ed serious injury upon his ch est,
breaking his right and only arm. The
exoitement in the show was so intense
that he s'ido dividing the cage could
not be got in. One of the lions then
dhraggedl their victim from the separate
complartmient back to the infuriated
y-oup, who again set upon him. The
l-artitions were at last got up. The
.angled body of the lion tamer was
then, recovered and taken to the in.
firnmary, u bere he died in ten min -
Anm exchange informs us of a "new
process" of inuring longevity, which
we are quite sure, will be found de
lighitful, economical, and easily prac
tined. The world is indebted to a
(California e letist for the discovery,
by which we shall be enabled to shut
up lhke a jack-knife, and quietly re
p so in our "little bed," with a con
seiouanehs that we will live long and
be healthy. The se'iontifie gentleman
referred to, declares that lhe has pro.
longed ,his life by aleeping with his
fiu ger tips touching his toes, and has
invented a machine to held the body in
thr~t graceful and pleasant position. Hie
contenrds that the 'vital electric cur
rente"-on the principle, we suppose,
of the smnoke-consumiing stove-"aro
thus kept in even circumflo, instead
of beinig thrown off at the extremities
and watted." Thbere is no patent
upon the great discovery, and any cue
with a suafiiently supple back Is of
course froo to try the experiment.
The great wone'er is, that the world
should heave remained so long in Igno
rance of the valuable yet simple di.
A Kentucky editor tells this with
"The wild pigeons have a roost at
Calloway :it embraces an area of four
miles long by three wide. The re
ports w 6 hare of the number of
pigeons to be found thereof a night is
inoredible. The hiuntersago there and
shoot indiaciiwinately in the: dark,
then with a-l.&ntern they follow the
range of the gun and gather up the
and dead wouodtd pigeons. Fifteen to
twenty at a shot is usual. It Is said
on good authority that Mr. John Mc
Eilrath,cf Murray, killed one hun
dred and twenty~four pigeons at a
Seven young womeon from Oregon
ar i studying In the 13 ston Couerva
tory of Music.
A kenedy for DU04erf.^
The following simple retnedy has
been known to cure the most obstinote
kinA alsa ant forms of dysertery,
when all. the ordinary methods were
ineffectual : Take bot water one
rourth of a pint ; vinegar half a
pint Mix ; then continue to
o add common salt as long as it will
be dissolved, stirring and irritating it
reely and frequently. Give for an
adult one tab lespoouful every hour
until the blcody discharges cus-:, or
iuti it operates freely on the bowela.
Do all housekeepers know that fian
nel abould never be rubbed on a
board, but as loosely as possible in
the hands ? The harder it is rubbed
the more the dirt works in instead of
Dut. Flannel should be washed and
rinsed in rfarm water and dried where
the wind will not strike it much.
Any onie fMllowing the above direo
tions need have no trouble about flan.
nel washing.-Rural New Yorker.
:WednesdayMorilng, 'eb. 14,1872.
A Few Wordat the PubliC.
In behalf of the proprietors of this
paper, and in justice to its editorial
management, we desire in this issue
to address a few words to the public,
noncerning a speoisi matter.
We have been charged with un
fairness and injustice towards certain
parties figuring in the Legislature
from this County, also certain County
officials, without according them rpace
and opportunity for defence and re
ply. This charge we repel as falso
and slanderous, and call upon the
community at large to bear us out in
our indignant denlal. We have nev
er assailed any individual without
having sufficient proof to sustain
evdry allegation we made, nor do we
ever propose to do so. It has never
been our intention to wrong any man
without just cause, and when we do
commit such wrong, we are always
ready to answer therefor before a pro
per tribunal. As has been before in
dioated, our columns are open to a
free and fair discussion of any prinoi.
pie or idea, whether political, social,
or moral, but when the limits cf
propriety are transcended, and all
conideration for self-respect disre.
. h-de, dithn tic privileges of this
paper uease to be extended for such
purposes. Nor do we propose waging
"word" wars. We are entirely re
sponsible for what we write and pub.
lish, and will furnish any kind of sat
isfaction, that honor demands, to an)
party or parties aggrieved at our
We have been threatened with
prosecution before the U~nited States
Court, This threat, we are happy ti
say, shall not disturb "the even tenom
of our way."~ We hold ourselve
amenable to the Courts of Just iv f o
every violation of the laws of oum
country, and will meet fearlessly every
charge that the malignity of our ene
mies can invent. Conscious of our
innocence, we shall move on in the
path of public duty, holding up for
the condemnation of the people the
miserable, despicable thieves and vii
laine, who rule this once prosperou,
State, persecute and tyrranaize over
her honored citisens, and lay waste
our land by a system of plunder that
would have shamed the Goths and
Vandals of ancient times.
Thank God, we are constituted ef
better material, than to be frighten
ed from the line of duty by irrespon
sible demagogues. We have enlisted
under a noble banner, and in a glori
ous cause, and may "our tongue cleave
to the roof of our mouth, antd our
right hand forget its cnning,"' if we
ever surrender that banner, or desert
The boldest, most fearless and out
spoken journal of the present day,
is Pomeroy's Demoorat, issued in
New York city, under the editorial
management of M. M. Pomeroy,
Esq., otherwise known as "Brick
Ponmeroy." "Brick" was a devoted
friend of the South during our long
struggle for self-government, and ham
ever evinced a warm and lively Inter
eat in our welfare. The frands and
corruptions so popular with Radical
rule have always received from him
the severest rebuke and condemnation
that has ever appeared In print, and
hls pen portraits of the "national
humnbng" at Washington, known as
the Administration, are the richest
things on paper that we have seen for
a good many years. By some "Brick"
Is thought too extremo, but, in deal
Ing with a party of political scoun
drels and thieves, we can't well see
how any man can avoid extremos, for
we believe in the old adage of "fight,
ing the devil with fire."
As an exponent of Demoorati.
principles and ldeaew, Poneroa's nemo
orst is c4inly orbldox, and may
be relied 4poo6 soy and all times. k'
"Biok"' iUrisrlsent travelling out
West, anx #ets to .take the South
in his route hoieiwqrd#. We hope he
will receive a hiearty welcome every.
An Insportant Iteasrae Neeg.
Of all the rights and privileges en
joye4 by free citisons, none has been
so much abuscd an the t ight of suf,
frage. Particularly is this the ease
in our country, where the ruling pow
ers, through a falso iotion or ivil z..
tion and progreis, have conferred suf
frage without regard to the intelli
gence and worthinebs of those receiv.
That the privileae is muuh abused
is generally admitted and in the face
of such an admnision, it would be well
to consider whether or not-there nay
be some remedy for the abuse. The
safety of free institutions demands a
pure ballot-box, and unless this kafe.
ty is properly scoured, one of the
safeguards of liberty is aurely imper
The only remedy that trike us as
practiocable in theco times is the regis
tration of voters, a i-yatemi practiced in
some States, but neglected in .ur own.
This is the only tnoasuro that will
check the frands that have been ex
posed in every election hold in the
State since it has fallen under Radi
cal rule. It preventa repeating, bal
lot box btuffing, and, in faot, every
Fpecies of frau-I incidental to the
present mode of conducting elections.
We have already suffered enough
from the corruption of the party in
power, and it is due to the white peo
ple of this State that the privileges
they have enjoyed since the founda
tion of our government should be pro.
teoted from abtt.e, and preserved in
their ancient purity.
Upon this subject we propose to say
more at another tine. Meanwhile we
hope to se, it agitated throughout the
Defeat of the Metropolitan
On Thursday the bill to establish a
Metropolitan Police for the city and
county of Charleston was defeated by
a very decisive vote.
The main objec. of this 1.111 was to
take from the hands of the city gov
ernment all control over its police
force, and vest it in a few defeated
Radical politicite, and hangers-on of
that party, wbc had been removed
from their positions by the Conserva
tive triumph last August.
Wo congratulate the good people of
Charleston npon the signal defe-it of
his infamous menur, which wassug,
eedonly by tho oalice of their ene.
stock Iholders to tte Frorst I
Fromn the Charleston News of
WVednesday, 7th instant, we extract
A de-p.*rate a ffoart ia masking, in the
interest of .tl.e Cer,tral Itailroad of
Georgia andl the City of Savannah,
to ruin the South Carolina Railroad,
to imapoverish the people of South
Carolina, and to destroy the City of
Ti is i,~ to beo necompltslied by oh
- amt g control of the Soauth Carolina
llsilroad, by~ leave or othet wise,
anid by retaning thait control un
til its immense Southern and
Western businePa Is permanently di
verted into other channelsa, when it
will be tossed aside like a squeezed
orange, or sold to satiisfy the demands
of its debenture creditors. Exorbi
tant rates, intended to make up in
paort for stopp g e of through businoss,
will be imnpose d upon the local traie,
every dollar of whichel increased rates
will be a tax upon the people of this
State, who may appeal in vain for re
lief to a foreign eor1 oratioa whose
only object Is to sustainm a rival rail.
road and build up a rival city. With
higher rates ehaiged for freight to
and from Charleston thon to and fmom
Savannah, with the whole power of
the Georgia Central Railroad and the
leased or bought South Carolina R .ih
ro.ad ditectod agatitit Chiailemtn,ithis
city would obtai noe other businees
thanm such as might dribble down from
a few way~stationse in the interior.
Te ci oty would be as comapletely iso
lated as when every railromad lead
ing fronm i6 was torn uip by the Feide
al soldiury. D~osolstion and decay
would swiftly and. surely follow.
Visions of peaceS, roft as the omurly
smioke, floating through the imagina
tion of thme driver of a bensane wagon,
ut itusville, Pennap vaania, were
rudely scattered as he . emipted his
pipe u pon the head of the, barrel on
which he was aietiti, a iid the next
minute lie found huiasel IIapieamd out
on a tall oak in a neigborag forest.
The horses stood the bhook bravely,
but their denuded tails gave them
rather a dismasted appereance.
The mocking iMrds in'Mobile have
learned to imitato the whistle of the
policemen, and very frequently de.
eive those nionicipal scout.
F'orty-four Thousand three hundred
and ninetynige years fronm now, tspe
son will Iaurn otit says' the Monthly
Prime C. L. Sides
Sugar Sured Hams,
XX and Extra Faedlly Flour,
Wettern Corn and Outs.
Eztra C Demarara, Crushed and
Wot India Sugarp, Rio and Javi
Coffees, Canned Peaches, canod To.
matoes, Deviled 11am and Turkey,
Syrups, N.. O. Molasses, Molapase Ta.
ble and Pooket Cutlery, Hoots and
Shoes, Crookery, Hardware, Cigarp,
Tobaopo, Rice, pts., ato.
All of which wil bo sold low for
T R. ROBERMSO.
We AiseJust Raegeved
Garien"flolT , 4 akes, Siades, Forks
Shovels and Tongs, Andirons, Anvils
Vises, Ilacksmith's Iammers, Broad Axes
Locks, Hinges, She Knites and other out
lery, Ilorse ihoe Nuilo, Guns, Pistols ani
RBoot l'aInt and4 other Paint. ati Var
nishes, Boiled and Itaw Linseed Oil, Tur
pent in,, Putty , Glass, Kerosene 011 an:
We also oonstantly keep up supplies i
School Books, Medicines and *arde1
Seeds, as well as freqisent additions to oui
Dry Goods, Shoes, &o.
The Patronage of the Public I
Our terms are cash, in those exoeptioni
cases, therefore, in which .tiqie is allowed
interest will be added from the first of esol
month in which the goods are sold.
MoMASTElI & DItICE.
Dissolution of Partners. Ip.
W E have this day closed'out our entiv
Interest in business here to Mr. 1). iR
Flenniken, by mutual consent, and tenda
our graet ful thanks to our patrons for thel
patronage during Mr. ?ienniken's sieward
ship ; and hope they will continue to favo
Mr. Flenstkon as in the past. Very9 re
podtfully,Ai1R Y C.
I respeotfully inform my friends and pa
Irone. that L will ooatinue the samte busi
ness at the same place, an4wi'll be glad,.
share their' pat r~uage, guAtanteeag sat Is
faction in quality of goods dold. Very ae
feb 18-xitl D), R. ULENNIK EN.
Here They Gomo
THERE THEY 00.
Going and coming, coming and going,
All the year round for eeadntry and town,
Goads for the head, goods for the feel,
Goode that are p. etty and usefual and neat
Coffee, Sugar, Molasses, Cheese, Bles
Flone, Dacon, Corn, Lard, Fresh Oardei
Sted, Potwaye, 'linware, Crookery, Glass
ware, Woodeoware, enhool Books and Sta
A fresh lot o1 Early Ifose, Goodrich
Pink Eye and Peach Bloir Potatoea, - onlo:
Sette and Petroleum.
feb8 .-.D,) LAUDERDALE,
O TA U Vfe.df eh 'o
'ON NF u 6 t lo
e sT ,f,'ye
Presi oI t Thiera was a ot ni t,
but was not hurt. T 'e assa es.
opene a ortfy afternoon 'to dy.
n-p menbpt* of the Ho600 had
lii 46ed in the' ohamber- df the
Peor,, tho Queen's speech was deliv.
ed. 'ITho speegh bog ins wlth,,ttykf
to 6d-tor the'recotrdvy'of the Frined.
v1akl*#ud,graitudo for thsyqpo
thy o( the people. The relatioiis
with foreigna power4 ate frionAly, an I
in all rispecta sati.ifactory. A bill
willibo prestntod to chouk the *Zlave
trade in 1l'yanesi'i, which is severely
denonnaed. The efforts to scoure a
continuauce of the comuorikl treaty
with France have so far not succeed
ed, but negotiations at e still pendlog.
Tho foil iwing reference is atide with
regard to the Alabama claims : The
hrbitratora appointeid, pursuant to
Lhe trtaty of Washington fur the pur
poc of setthnp the Alabama claitsi
have held thutr fiast meeting, at Ge
neva. Theo 0ases were laid before
the arbitrators on behalf of each
'party to the treaty. In the case sut
mitted by America, largo claims were
included vhich were understood, on
mty part, not to be within the
provinoe of the arbitrators. Oa this
HuI ject, I have caused a friendly com
munioation to be m~ade to the Govern
ment of the United t tates. Nothing
further is said in regard to the Ala.
baua olaiais; but iu regard to other
rovidolns of the treatty of Washing
ton it is stated that the Emperor of
Germany has accepted the arbitrator.
ship of the dispute in regard to the
San Juan boundary, and cases ate
now preparing for presoutation. The
mixed coumitsiou appuinted under
the treaty is also in so-sion.
LoNDo'll, Pebruaty 7.-The L-d
Chavce lur read the QAOen's sptee'1.
Granville, replying to a dounoiatory
speech from Disraeli, regarding the
W ashington treaty, concluded by
saying that he could, if he desired,
refer to the preposterous character of
the American demands, whic;h of it
self proved the'r absurdity, fur the y
vare such as no people, in the laat
extremity of war or in the lowest
depth of mifortune, with the spirit ot
England in their hearts, would ever
submit to. (Cheers.1 Gladstone
concluded by saying the Government
would1 maintain the p.osition it had
taken firmly though in a frieidly
Advices from thb Cape of Good
Hope represent the colony oiowded
with strangers. Murders and robbers
abound. Police reinforcemcnts go
out on the next steamer. In the
meantime, Judge Lynch is ruling.
SADRID, February 7.-2,000 troops
aked for by Captain-General Val
mased.i sailed to-aay for Cuba.
LoNioNr, February 7-Evening.
The subject of the Washington treaty
was again diseuststed in the House ot
a Commons to-day. An excited discus
sion ensued. Ralph Osborne said the
Alabama question wam one of the
moat mdmentoua England had boon
called t o pass upon within a century.
He comopared tbe astute law) ers who
composed the Ameorican commitsalion
with the novices who represented
SEngland, and said the latter h ad
been complettly out wi tedl. If', 'a-d
Sho, lawyern had planned the English-a
eaise, we could e.,eapo the payment of
?6,000,000. The American comumis
r nionets had served their country well,
and achieved a tri.a.ph.
ri Dennison, hats resguned the speaker
rship of the [House of Common.ns.
l)NI)ov, Feht, uary 8.-Tas exeite
ment over t he Alabhama oltiu, is unt.
bated. l'arliamwentary spice.,~ keep
g' the public mtind agitated. TIhe ani
ity regarding the acetion of the
WVashington CJabitnet pervades all cir
oles. business at Exchanges is sern
The steamers Colorado and Arabi
an collided jtit ouuide the M~ersey.
5 The (Colorado was shlored to prevent
sinking, with all on board. The
Arabian, comparatively uninjured,
rceoed all the Colorado's passengers,
eteept five steeragers, who, it is tear
- ed, jump~ed overboard in the panic.
The press is still moderate, but
a mnaintains hat parlamnent is unanimous
-against the A merican demands.
' The nwompnwihpooe
. to lay atelegraph~ hirch o ew ork
- is to fix lulls at twenty shillings per
The Tlimaes, reviewing the debate in
the Comamoew yesterday, says the
House favors repudiation of American
claitms for direct losses, and Glad
.stone's lagug demands it.
..PAnIs, Febtuary 8.-Washburn re
a turns to the United States ort leave.
Col. Hoffnian han charge of the lega
LoN Dow, February 10.-G reat eager.
ness is manifested for the latest news
~ from A merica. Everybody is anxious
to learn how the action of England
w'ith regard to the Alabama claims is
received. Special despatehes from
New York and Washington to the
p ress here, and private telegranms to
businesa houses, are posted on 'Change
as soon as received, and the bubeotins
are surrounded by large crowds.
Yesterday's debate in the Senate on
Edmunda' resolui~ion is fully reported
by cable, together with extracts from
editorials of the leading Now York
LoNoon, February 10-Evening.
esteamer Eleotra and the Doe
bilevan collided is the channel.' The
Sleetra- fosddered'with the captain
end aeteateen-poeraene.' The Dehel e
#an was Unifljeeids '
Th:it s it is morally cer tain
*baia So ttimptto settle the Alabama
blains .bf* ther a)nea bo...d if -ar.
bitratio b ure. -
therefor 0 0 to pre
gry reor ati . ore
negotiat a 11
NEW ORLEANs bruary 5.-Gov.
Aulaor W rinotfl~abff
ongressiona Eavest igaingtu mu;t
tee nearly five hours to-dy . 4A
protesting igainst interferb eof the
committee in the Sie's affairi, the
Q Y or road a voluminous document
dtivf,*a tbrief history of his adpuinis
tration ~ my rvprr did iq kg
egod in lowing t at his admtnistra.
fipn had been Jit kid W*"i, he did
11et fail to ako a strong cyO.gaIes
b1a polifical oppone.ts, .specially the
lendiig Republi n ..paitio,
l1e Uharged thtb tall the laws which
they now elaimed were. odiona,.weje
tuoetly fram8e1d qnd btipplte'd.by ,theta
it, the 14gi1lature. A 1 the oity atd
S.te courts antd the Congregioal in.
vetig.2ting Cominuittee h V 'e agr'ed to
hold no soion oun Mardi Gras daj-.
tile 13th inst. The dhipliay promises
to be thp.grandest.ever knqwu inithis
country. The Mystio Krew of Ceuus
will appear in a graid. allegoriaoul pro
cesitaon. The Grand Duke Alegij and
buito have timied their v'ilt so as to
be hero during the carijival. Guests.
from all parts of the country are .
ready flucking to thie city.
ANTA Fir, February 6-A general
outbroA amung the Indian. is oppre
hended, as three becent *tage cosch
robberies and murders have eocurred.
at diQferent points along the road.
ATLANTA, February O.--TheGeor
gia National Bank was attached, to.
day, for refusing to pay $120,000 do.
posited by Gov. Bullock, as State
Mini:rits, F'ebruary 8.-Colonel
Datis Cockrell, an old hotel koeper,
JACKSONt, Mass., February 8.-Colo.
nel.John Dunes. is dead.
100 prisoners and 200 witnesses are
here in uttehdaince on tbe.Ku Klux
tri-als about to commence.
WASlINOTON, February 8.-In the.
House, Hoar's education bill, distribu
ting the fund in proportion to illiti-r
acy and to ounipulsory mixed sobool8,
was pabsed to a third reading, by 112
ATLANTA, February 8.-Gov.
Smit h, to-day, appointed W. W. Mont
gomery as Juige of the l3uprme.
Court, to fill a vacancy.
WASuINOTON, February 8.-In
tile Senate, Sherman's bill retiri g
three per cent. certificates, passe,
Amnesty was resuniqd. vote
striking out the seventh ~e*iion of
Sumner's amendment faileO, by 25
to 33. Trambull said lie would vote
against every amendment, thus upon
the final issue leaving the bill as pb
.naxious as posoible. Au ame.dment
erasing allusions to chuich was passed,
by 39 to 23. An amendment striking
out the clause regurding jurors failed,
by 12 to 42.
In the House, the education bill
was finally passed. A new draw for
seats occuired. The Democrats vo.
ting aye on the education bill were
Kerr, Palmer Slocum, .Storm and
Townsend. Tle Republican. votilg
nay were Beoatty, Blingham, Clark, of
Now York, Dickey, Houghton, Kil:
lingen, Myers, Neg ly, Oar, Packer,
Peck, Sargeant, Qtanton, Waldron,.
and Wilson, of Ohio.
Th a ed ucational b 11 which passed
tie 110us0 to-day awus .originally in
trod uce~d by Mr. Pierce, of:Mississippi,
thme Chairuman of the Copiruittee on
Eduocationi and Labcr, l't~ponsecrateg
p blio lands to public educatIon.
O..e hal f the proceds of the
sales. of public landsa are distr i
boted annually amomng the dif.
lI rent States during the first ten
years, upon the basis (of illiteracy, a
uh-sri by the present censusm ; the
other half ivt OId, arnd the interest
to be used for educational purposes.
No Staute lope., its share of the fund
by legal enseti,.nt forbidding mixed
shmo als. Alter ten yers the distri
bn ing will be upoan the basis of po.
pulationa, instead of illiteracy.
ST. Louis, February 10.-Two
fleeping curs of the EAstern bound
MinourI and Pacifie train ran off.
Twenty persons were hurt, but none
fa tally. (Cause-a broken rail.
EN v.w OILAnIm, February 10,-The
Mantamnoras revotionists, under
Gen. Quorra, enaptured Zacatecas, or
the 30th ult., withal largo quantity of
stores and artilb-~ry. Gen. Trevinto,
with 3,000 revolutionist, adtatced
on San Louis Potosi. Gen. Rteeha
entered that city on the 29th, with
600 rein forcemeonts, before Trevino
could reach there. Trerino is roeir.
ing reinforcernents daily, and will
doubtless capture the place. Part
of Cortinas' troops are expected here
to-ni..ht, while that chieftain will re
main outside to har~ss the enemy.
NOniFOLK, Fe'hbnatf 10.2--1t is re
ported that the schooner Waske, hence
a few daiys ago for Philadelphia, was
cut through by ice, and sunk on Fishing
Shoals. Many marine, disaster. are
apprehended from the feoent severe
OMeAnA, February 10.-8iSj We..
tern bound trains have been at Raw
ins btation twenty~tkod -fo
Omaha. The pasnes.avd' live
on oradkers and hee Thdj held
an indignatIon meosting.' The snow
closed in behind the passing trains.
CHICAGO, Februar 10--A b kn
rail wrecked 8% i Mi hioi
Central Road. The .;egduoter
Charies Blainehard, was. kilp..
. PuisiA)sJu.)IA FebrNusty 1.rasOP
ty 8. IPvess, Stt pesai ..
restoring th Stqe '8iatetq a , 1
t eton qaiet ; 4pJpyiJd. *IO rieans
j;saj.84Z8 blo. Q01IAj
1uiet-mIddlihge t24: -reeelptW8'0 8
LivaUroot, Feb. 8.-Evening..
a'otton clami steady-uplands 1141
Iriesg a sale; .5ale 10,000.
Boainesa Is Busin .
t a cunto w be
feb We )
JUST EUIVED w
f t Jri .J I 1 * MJ4a
150 Darrels Floor, inolkding a gras
trota the Aaqat, to enmmon.
10,000 Pountds White and smoked Bacon.
600Pound Siugar Cured hams,
1000 Bushels-Prime White Corn.
200 Du bels 1-irne White Seed Oats.
6 Barrels New Orleass M.0agss,
De R. FlannikrIe
U v .irtue of sunduy eeutions i et
B dirsoted I will efq for. Ir
Seld Court lioni*e'o06 first
iho day followink. hi' SMrb1 Ax1P. ith
in the legal hourb of salt$ to the. h ihest
bidder. for cash, the following Proprly.
Pur9hasers to pay fortti-les'l
One tract of[,angl in E1i4,Id. Vouaty
con taining '140 . ecres, ad4 b'uh'ded by
lanl dt afadiuol 11rid. Y. -0.1 sonsi and
lands laid off. ot homestead fot the;widow
Susan .!rosby & ad others,. levied lion, us
the propsyty of. DeOrpsbyr At the stit .lt
.N B.. 11011y, assigains quo jrs jgqo~st
Ofie'tratt of land in 'Fairfeld ohnty,
nontaliting 828 acres, morie or less, lying on
Crooked Run, and bounded by lands of
W 11iam Shedd, deceased, Mt.. Smart, do.
ocased. W. J. Alston, dfoeased,,jad gbers,
leied upon as tie property J. P. 'raig,
eoeased, at the suit o'Margiret Atnm6
strong and others, against 1. C. Craig,.Ad.
14 W. DUVAJL, 6. 7,. C,
Sherif 's Oliee
Wannsboro, Feb. 12, 1872.
.LL notes and acecounts,. due me as Agent
of eses;R.Pat terson:& Cd ,*uil bp
>laced in the hands of a %lagistrate or EAt
oraey for collectIon if not adjust.4 prior to
he 20th day"of Febriary; 1872.
per Atty , JNO. A. .DOUGLASS.
PERSONS indebted .to thq late Grin a
Ketchin & Robertson, who fail to setti
heir adeounts within THIRTY DAYS,
'rom this date, will be prooceeded against
n the usual legal way. This Is thi last
iotiee that wIll be given
feb 10 T R. ROBERTSON.
The Greatest Discovery f the Age.
Dn hooeur Laurent, of ?ada,
An infallible cure'for all the lani+Avjods
or TJIK Sit , se well as obstliat,, at
rtous, This prej artion is univpraill used
stneng the higher clsses in Prance and
Kngland. A .bot tle of the 'Eu Krebbaise
will be sent to any address upon receipt of
51.50. W, lE. FLORANCE,
Sole Agi. for the U. 8. RIchmond, Va.
AN RI VINSi1.
lAcoN, and Day SAL? Maa,
IA aT, large sacks,
Torrup. different grde
EUoAa, all qualitieg,
6IOLAUSRe, W. 0., Museovado and.Cutba.
P'LOUs, in sacks,
PrLoua, choicest quality,
[,aan, ini tin cans,
EIAxe, best canvassed,
lioca, best Carolina.
An assortment of Shoes, kit elfaIta
care, Axes, Chains,: JNames, Skovehs,
ipades, Matture Forks, Ilevse asa'Mule
ihods, Na'lls, Pot wire,' Peti-lebtn; We'cufd
and Tinware Axle Grease, ilospe, ~Oncen-.
rated Lye, &q.
WiShing our planting i'rioadb a lydd op
rear, and remunefating prices, y t 4
ire to serve thbem, we ru%,
- Colgate's Fanily Soap., -
'TARlCI, Potieuhe, '6Udned ii j4
~5A ie Grease. Ceudies,i tiolesi Balssa,
inn Powder atnd Caps. Ales~pre ~
I. 0. Syrup, a suPedor.~ esiole. For sale
4.0 3am!e. klenling atad EiAp Ip
of ogof tj~n, a
White Oggg j w
\Ne odiat ans.., ..aa. .