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VOL. VIII.] W-VINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING NOVME1BIl 20, 1872
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A Drunken Murder in Piek ens-A Cold
On Friday evening the 8th inst.,
R. M. Iughes, a white man, son of
Larken Hughes, who lives in Pickens,
about three miles from the Court
House, while on his way to the cotton
gin was murdered by Julius Durham,
a neighbor, living about one and a
half miles from the murdered man.
The circumstances of this cold
blooded murder aro related to us as
follows: Mr. Ihughes was taking a
load of his cotton to be ginned. Ho
was sitting on the rear of the load, a
culered mban driving the team. Wbeu
they arrived withi about a mile and
a balf of the Court House, according
to the testimony ofthe driver before
the jury, they met Durham, who was on
horseback, coming from the town,
conalderably under the the influence
of liquor. Durham says, "Good
evening Dick, won't you take a drink
of Brandy 7 I have some of the best
you ever tasted." Hughes thanked
him, remarking that he never drank.
Durham then urged Hughes to re
turn home with him and accompany
him to a corn-shucking, which was to
take place in the neighborhood that
night. Hughes replied that lie was ob
liged to go on and see to the ginning of
his cotton. Durham said, "make that
damned Digger take it, or shoot him
:nd at that snapped his pistol at the
colored man. The cap snapped, but
the pistol was not discharged. Hughes
asked if the pistol was loaded, and
on being told that it was, said to
Durham, that he ought not to do that,
as it was dangerous. Upon this
Durham turned to Hughes and fired ;
the ball severing the large artery on
the left side of the neck. Ilughes
sprang from the wagon and said,
" \Wby did you shoot me 1" These
were his last words. He died in
about thirty minutes.
As soon as the deed was dono, Dur
ham put the colored man on his horse
and sent him to the Court House for
a physician. When the man returned
with a party of citizens, Durham had
fled, but was soon captured. The
jury returned a verdict in accordance
with the above facts.
We learn that I-Hughes was a very
peaceable, unoffending young man,
of about twenty-two years of age,
and unmarried. There had never
been any quarrel or hard feeling
existing between the parties, and no
cause is assigned for the atrocious
deed, except that Durham was ruther
a reckless young man. He was
about 19 years of age.
This is stated to be the seven.
tecnth murder in Pickens since the
war, and not one of the murderers has
suffered the extreme penalty of the
law. This tragedy adds another to
the long list of crimes to be charged
to the abuse of strong drink.- Colum
An Episcopal Clergymnit Polsoned by Ills
RA w101n, November 12 -The coro
ner's jury rendered the following ver
diet to day in the case of Rev. Dr J.
Birinton Smith, supposed to have been
poisoned by his family on the lit of
October :"That the deceased, J.
Birinton Smith, came to his death,
on the morning of the first day of
October, 1872, from the effects of
strychnine, mixed in a dose of t8eld
lita powders, administered by Francis
L. Mann ; and that Mary El. Smith
was the custodian of the key of a
closet in which was found a vial of
said poisonous drug."
Mrs. Mann is the daughter of Mrs.
Smith, the wife of the deceased. Dr.
Smith was an Episcopal clergyman,
and president of St. Augustine Col
lege of this city. The affair has caused
great excitement, as all piarties held
a high social position. Mrs. Smith
and Mirs. Mann were commnitted to
the county jail this evening. An
application will be wade by counsel
for their relcee on a writ of habeas
corpus. The sentiment of the com
munity is divided as to the guilt of
the parties. The stomach and brain
of the deceased wore examined by Dr.
Guthrio, of Philadelphia, upon whose
professional opinion the jery rendered
The house of Mr. Williams, who
lives on the line of the Greenville &
Coltnbla Railroad, about three miles
from the city, was broken into the
other night bya number of men, sup
lposod t~o be the escaped prisoners fron'
the 'coniity jail; everything available
incltfdinA blankets, clothing and food
was earried off, anid the family left in
a destittde dondition. Mr, Williams
is a~n invalid, and was utterly power.
loss to defend himself aid family.
A listol was predebted at the head
of if ks. Wil litnas to orevent bor from
Shaking Fists Across the Mississippi.
General N. I. Forrest of Ten.
nessee, publishes a card in th Momle
phis appeal in aiswer to certain
cbarges reported to have been niiulo
againat himl) during the la to campail,!n
by General Hammond, of M ishouii.
The substance of the charges mado
by general Hammunond is that the gi.
gantie public robberies in recoi
structed Alatztnia, which have been
notoriously the work of the liadical
rulers of that State, arc egually
chargeable to the Democrats, tail
that General Forrest, as presideit of
the Alabama and Chattanooga Bail
Toad, had prolited by thow. Genieral
Forrest knocks the bottom out of ttior
allegations by sheowing that lie nUve
was president of that Railroad and
by other aind equally conclusive nn
swers, and then goes for the redoul. ti
able General beyond the Missiisipp:
in the following style :
This is not the first time I have
been personally tradieed by r.ons
who bear the title of Federal ofiuwim.
and on a fointer oecasion I iIav
branded such clarges in suich tervw
(if there had been hp!e mliu itaov
courage to back up an insub) :is af
forded ample opportunaitv tu ily zis
I now propose to offer the a vnr op
portunity to .eneral Ibaumiionl, to
whom i dez,irc to adtl ress mysulf in
plain and unmista: able ter'mis, lot
stronger than the illileulmit iiioup
me deervee, but so plai i that hiL
undorstaiding of my Ieaving and
purpose cannot be at fanlt. I i< a
liar (I cnn iu.e io other lan!mie to
one so base,) a c1wary I i.- d a
scoundrel. If he own:4 th title .f
General in the Vederal armv. le dis
graces it ; and if I hi-e al !!iig ike
justice and fair deal ing at the Li
of the journal that im h.
protcetedj and walt. 1n ti iuare v .n
me, this braind of lir., cow iii
scoundrel will spre:al a : :i a L;b
sland11Ller,- anIfd live Longer. TAit he,
may be assured of Imy% w'i nas t1
hear fatom him. he is Iiiled hat a
letter add :ned to me at .lemIphis
will meet w; na attintion.
N. H. It > l' T
The case of .S. I'. Borvi a inst
John M. Jolly, ea-hi io(f the IReh
land National Ha)a ! of < it>i%, now b,
fore 'the Siprerm- <'utt of the i Ui
ted States from tle coutts of this
District, presen(s tll einestisa whet i
er the endorsire of a iote, lnt bein
the actual owner O. i the ftnt,
Maintain a tiuit 1 i 113n 11.
Brown gave twoi I e- toII o Gria.
and tanotlier to 1 . ,1 amini TI. T.im
Grimes notes '. i ,., isvr to
the cashier of h., 1;i. !w m i n k,
were discountited . o bi. k. , nd 1h
came its propert , T1. J nmliim no
wasendirsed ovcr to 1 ",i,, a 1.
hi i endorsed over to .-J I k , is ,- :,
only for collection. Sub bein
brought, on the nout es lIv .J-v, the
defense was that, not being the* party
in interest, lie could iot millt ain t Ie
suit ; that the bink, in respect of the
Gilmes notes, and Grimes in repeet
of the Jamison note, were the proper
parties to bring .enit for ci e lon.
The judgmelt was for lhe 1liltiff,
the court refuuing to charge .i req'ns
ted by the dlefendant, an t1fu'ig thme
contrary, andi thin wri / of error' is
brought to review th/ a-ruling andi
judgment. The defendnt here as
sorts that the writ of error, is broiught
for delay our lu~at the law of the
case is rfsettled as against thle
draer henotes4 Th'e court atL
once atflirmned the jundgmneint below. -
Wa'cshington iThpublman NVo:'. 9.
The Case of 1r. Rufrts liratlm. from
A telegraphic despa;tchl
Washiingtoii, dat ed the 8t h, saysi tlt
British Minister has cal led thle a tt en
tion of the Secretary of Stato to the
case of Dr. Rufus .hratton, whoe was
forcibly abducted from Canada last
s >ring by an American officer named
I ester, assisted by a Canatdian of11.
eial named Cromwell. (2romnwel, it
wibbe remembered, wvas fecently sen.
tenced to three years' (mprisonmuent
for this net, the prinicipal witness bie.
ing Dr. B3rattoni. Jt was not slupos
ed that any furtherj mentionu wol lie
made of the case, lut it appe;.rs thamt
Bratton was relea/ed by the United
authorities on bail, and nlot ret urnin
to South Carolni, the suroti1es were
informed the 1 il bonud would he fo'.
feited if Bra on slid not ieturn. Ii.
therefore >pealetd to the Briti.h
Gov'ernni t for pirotection, anl1 tibe
British miister, undser instriuct tin
the Secretary of State that hecr Mjbs.
ty's Government dloes not tolerate in
terference with her laws, anu1 thia J.Ir
proceedings aga int Bi'tto I oiiavinig
followed his abduction froi Bri tih
territory, they mnust be/ ,caniceledu.
'The Attorney-Goneral ar, therefore,
instructed United St es District A t
torney Corbin, at C arleston, to dis
miss the bail bon .. d dischtarge the
sureties of Brat on, and to place the
proceedings ag inst him, as far as
practicable, i the same position as
before the oreible abhducet.ion, from
Kin treet, Charleston, is to be
wide d in tihe neighborhood of Clif
ford treet, by the setting back of ser.
etal nrnenti-a b.uliin..
Thc Foundation of a Fortune. (
I remtewher three years ago tolling
of the inarvelous oialib of te groat 5
Larlerel fortune. It. is a pretty story, I
and an abridgment wdl bear repeat. 1
ing. The founder of' the family was u
a peddler, grandfather of the young f
count and contessina, who are match. v
ing with illegitimate royAlties and i
descendarnts of' the familiesathat count p
back their centuries of distinction. 11
One day tho peddler took of his pack f
under the trecs in Maremina woods
antid sproad out his bread and meat
fIor the noon-day ieal. While outing t
6e fell ncep, and his broad ano r
mecat. rolled down on tihe earth.
When lie awakenod lie pioked it, up
an1d began eating. The lirst mouth. S
hil was so bitter that he could no r,
wallow it. IlIe ound the Cause was fi
earth in which it had rolled. lie was
an ilitalligent fellow, and his ho1'by In
was (helinAry. lio i:ad a friend at
L'ghorn who was a druggist, and it
with whom he had studied out miany e
t chemical secret. So the tasto of "
tie earth set his wind to work. le
otheced a portion of the earth and P
utt it in his pack. When he tramped bi
Ja-k to Leghorn he and his apothe. u1
!ryi ri end 1r a iexamined the earth and I A
ounid his suipicions verified -tho w
arth was full ot soda and borax. The P
peddler ttok his savings and quietly
,lought the waste land in the Marem- H
mia forest, set up his inanufactories t3
mel made a printcely fortune. In one C:
X the galleries of the splendid Lar. d,
lerel palaces at Leghorn is a buge ul
rax ci'oonet placed on a high gilt fn
Ihr.' 'Fui r of the English Fatrm Laborer. at
A writer who has given the subject
Nulh at tetion and has become thor. tl
hY Cr.miliar with it in all its bear. I
.' ilares that the strike of the b:
o apieultural laborers will tf
4" ia1 in nll migration from ti
ohdto thlis- counitry, which in -91
utentt, Will overshiadow the great al
xodis from Ireland to Am eriea. i
\nd1 thi view of the case is more 0
.han lii'ly to be the correctone, for the
%et is. Enigland is overstocked with b
irm biLorers. The arable land in
aer ciltivation is not sufficiently ire . ti
'iuivAi% *o wairranit the oi'ners in .11
1rantnig the higher pay asked for. Sl
[i !eany cases the la idlords are ab- Si
l tooiy too pior to raise the rate of 0l
sages by a penny. (Oi this side of (S
he oceani the 1:11 is iln excess of the Ct
S1 - h r.. lier there are more acres i
hain ha:t1i0 tou t~il themi. What more
AU -1( 1105 herefore, for both coun
. t thn tiat the farmers and land
ho bld brout together. We b
n irend 1,ur Va't \\ esterri plains is
lo Zgl1nd to be cultivated, but t<
I oghuol can readily send to us her si
,.irlus fatrm labes tl
11mnia- Off the Germans.
lb-roie France hastens to free her P
,il froqm tho presence of the soldies b
ei bor coircr. "Ite h as astonished a
ti ! b.-y the ailac ity with which f,
her eli ci, SIlis anid daughters
ileughlt forth I firom inhleir secret hoards r
itICUnS 6um 1 of o0ny, at thei call \A
of the rpublic, to discharge the enor, it
n hi! 111 f bl damtiiages which Germ ny i
Iiii..eQed upot her for the folly of Na-- C
1;h ln. Tisi week, it is to be re. k
d ce y 0,000,(00 francs, and the ii
end of' tie yeari, only two mnill iards c
will reini it npidi. Every true t
areniumn chafes at the .sight of I)
Prurn:si an iprrisons itn Fenebi town'is, 0
and will neost heartily rejoice when ra
the piromipt paymenttt oft the indemnniiy a
shll havi, e senit thle l ast of thle odlious
pielmhanters over the front ier.t
)lowe vier jumst ly Franace suoffered in the 'i
ial11 inug fi omi its effects and ~ disc ha rg
ing the debt it lought uipin hiee ie (
wirthiy il high aira.I~tion,1 andi speaks i
anle piromiise for hor' glorious fu- d
Some of the Western papers pre- I
d ict a linia ncia:l t ighit ont this revel a
Acting Sectary Rtichardson snys
to-day that the use of the four mil.
lions greeinback reserve wias causedt
chiefly b~y the rap~id redempetion of 3 ~
per' cents ceit ifieintes during the last a
f ew mothsli of which there has been cal
led in abcout forty millions, leaiing oin
Ily i abouit Iivte inilliOlt yet outtst antding.
It is the intention of thic Secretary to
reduce witin the tnext two woeks the e
eurrcey to the lowest limit author- el
izud by law, viz: two hundred and I
filty-aix millions, anid this wvill of
course necessitate the restoration of t
the four tmillions of greenbacks Issued 1
last miont-i to the reserve fund again. f
~Thle arguments wore closed yester- t
day before Judge Melton, in Cham.
bens ini the case of the State of S1outih i
Cartinta, ex rda/tione Edwin F, Gary
as State Auditor, vs. Niles G. Parker,
as State Treasurer, and others as
county treasurcers, and the Judge tooki
the mame under ad vertisement. Messrs. I
Popl) and IIaskell appcared for the
Stato, and anid No~ssrs Magrath, C
Chiatmberlain, Melton and ion for
the defendants. The argument of I
Nr. Chiamborhain was very elaboratei
as wer"e u!. thoe.~ of other counseil.-.
no of the Olost Ctrious Facts in atology
The Portage Lake, Mich., Gizst(
Lys : The phenomenon of a layer of
imostone. slate, coal or' other rock,
cut even to a right-angle, withou'
tter fracture, is one which a mudder
,ree could not produce, if the mast
,ere solid ; and the hypothesis that
a such eases the strata were soft and
lastic at the time of contortion, does
ot explain the circumstances, and it
)r sonic kinds of rook dilliult or im
ossilie to admit.
Whon it is once assumed, however,
lat the forces lifting and binding
)(hs were and are mostly very slow
nd gradual in their action, the diffi
alty vanisnes ; for it is now demon.
rable that solid abd' orystalline
>cks can be permanently ohanged in
>rn by such pressure.
Sir James Iail, by an; experiment
3w familiar to geological students,
towed upon a pile of 6lth represent
ig a series of sedimentaff rocks, the
leet of horizontal, lateral pressure
I causing curves and folds ; but
ial, Curator of the Li"ds Philoso.
ical Society, has recently applied a
milar apparatus to thY actual flex.
re of thin layers of stoee, and has
und that they can not only be bent
ithin the limits of elasticity, but
%rmanently "set" without fracture.
He says of certain* bituminous
ountain limestones: "'The elastici
of the rock was greatir than I bad
:pected, but the set or permanent
Ilcotions produced by long contin
,d pressure of inconsiderable amount
r execed what I hoped to find. It
ay be doubted whether there is any
mit to the bending which a careful
id paticut observer can produce."
It iuat be remembered that strata
ils exposed to lateral pressure, in
Iture are protected against breaking
i the inelosing rocks. To imitate
is condition, Mr. Miall embedded
in slabs of limestone in pitch, and
ceceded, by application of pressure
the edges, in bending :'aucb slabs,
ne inches long until they rose two
irds of an inh in the centre.
These experiments are confirmed
( many woll-kuown instances, of
itural contortion. Mr.. Aliall men
ons a number of similar ihstances,
ld q1uotes also the -experience -of
aiters, who find that when, by the
elding of timbers the surface of an
1 roof has become bowed, the
tole) tiles are distorted to such an
tent that they will not lie flat on a
About noon, last Wednesday, two
>ys jun-ped the enclosure of what
known as Taylor's bu:ying ground,
give chase to a rabit, when they
umbled over a crocus bag, which
toy opened and found to contain the
irtially decomposed reaains of a
ale child-the offspritig of colored
trents. The child had evidently
Den placed in this unfrequented spot
few hours after its birth. When
mud, the infant's mouth was stopped
ith a iiece of raw meat4 which her.
ble r'an had evidently been adopted
ith the double iutention of anubing
S leath and hushing itA cries While
i its death throes. The fiends iho
muld perpetrate an outrage of this
inid are fit, only for an abode in tor
ent and anguish, They mnay con.
yal their crime for a fewv days, but
heir guilty contciences will infliet a
unishmrent upon themi whieh will
nly be exceeded by that of an out'
igedl law, when they are arrested,tried
Lid convicted. T1he p roper authori.
ea were notifiod of thle discovery of
w dead body ; whereupon the Core.
er sumimoned a jury of inquest, whc
3tuirned the following verdict:
A fter hearing the, opinion of Dr
Feigrer, the jury concluded that said
fant, came to its death on the
ay of Nov'ember, instant, by being
miothered by somec person or persoxit
the jurors unknown,
LAmnt-Ann Robertson, colored
as been arr'tsted on suspicion o;
turdering the child and throwing il
ito the Taylor burying ground. Drs
ibbs and Geiger conducted an exam
iation, which left no roonm for doubl
liat the wonman had recently been the
iother of a child. She, however
;rongly denies it, and the manttel
'ill be pursued further.--Pho~nj.
Death of John Francis Mognire.
A despatelh from London, annonne
s the death, on Friday night, o
ohin F~ranels Maguire, the prominen
rish Liberal leader, lie w~s bori
Cork in 1815, and was called t<
Lie bar in 1 843. lHe represented thi
orough of Dugarvan in P'ai'iamient
romi 1852 to 1865, 'since #hieh tim<
e lias represented tho city q(pork
Ie has been for many years prgji
or and editor of the Cork~ 1d m:e
Roman CIathellepaper o ara
he ir.fluenee. *
Grtouild Pe&i Crop'
Tihe Montgomery AderJ r say
hat a gentloeman in th4at viiits
hanted this yeog a half agr fan
hioh ho considered too poor fra
ther crop, in ground p a. t
need 20 bushels, for ghpl b a
teen offereol 5,29Q per ats~~
a eiquivalente to a jiold pi 0
"Through Nilt to Light."
Lut no ti it accuse the able ani
-hrewd politicians, who, as the He
publican National Cnimmittee, direct
ed the eanvaas for Gen. Grant'i rc
election, with squandering the unpr<
odentod sums raised and disburse
oy them in this contest-with havin
played a whole park of artillery ti
kill a fly. The Liberal nioveinen
was at one time formidable, and hai
A prospect of success. Had not mil
lions been expended to arrest its pre
greas in the State elections of the las
three months, it might even hav
swept the country, though ill th
money raised in its behalf would a
beat have been pence to balanle
pounds. * * * An
And, while there are dangerous ten
dencies developed by this canvas
which foreshadow a government b
the rich and able few, subsidizing .n
controlling such portion as they ma
require of the ignorant, puniniless
venal many, lot us never despair o
the American Republic !-N. Y
Not only did a large body of Den
oorats refrain from voting for Mr
Greeley, but another large body u
them voted for Gen. Grant ; and t,
these two classes, rather than to tI
Republican party, lie is iLdebted tu
his election for a second term.
These facts illustrate in a ver,'
striking manner the instability of par
ties and the inconsistenoy of politi
cians.-N. Y. Sin.
For Mr. Greeley and his partisan
in this hour of triumph there should
be nothing but kindness. * He en
tered into its spirit and became its
leader, not because, like too nany o
its adherents, lie desired an ocC11iom
to revengo a per.onal hate, but lie.
cause he saw an opportunity to en
grialt certain reforms upon the :oi
Iministration of aiTairs. * .ly. hi,
great services to humanity lie 1ho
won the love and admiration of hi:
people, and the I.mnemory of the goo(
that he has done will survive lonmu
after the hates and passions of thi
campaign aholl have been forgot ten.
'Mladlelphia Pre!.'.%, (Forney Radica l)
Let us say, however, that wo havi
no idea that Gen, Grant will assun,
imperial authority at the end of hi
second term. lie is not the man fo
that. Nor do we believe the conin r,
his reached the period in its hist or'
when the "one man" can usurp the
power to rule, Therefore we look foi
a happy, coutented, and, wC hope
rolonged period fur the Iepuabbe
But though Greeley is defeatc,
the cause of Liberalism is not defeat
ed, and it is a great satisfaction t
feel that Orant's clection is due, it:
we mild above, to utlier causes tha:t
those of BCtiolalism and the pas,ion:
engendered by the late var i'l
bloody chaam has been steadily clos
ing even during the campaign. Mer
have listened to the airgumeints ant
sympathized with the aantitments 0
the Liberalists who havo voted fo
Orait, 'Tho seed Sown will geir
minate and produce a riolh har
vest, Tho next campnign fir the
P)resideney will be fread from thu
war feeling. arties will be thir
oughly interlaced, binding al section
together, and men will seek populari
ty by propitiating the popular inii
terests e vsrv where. Ghreel Iy himself
looking to the future, said~ that i
imighit be beaten, but that the Cauhi
of iiboralism would ulIti matel
triumph ; and it will.-R~cihmoa
Poor 8o0im Clarolinal,,
The editor of the (jaueansian pic
fures our unfortunate State In the fol
"W~Ne baatle ginst the hell-bor
poliey which has trampled the faires
and noblest States of our great Plster
hood beneath the unholy hoofs C
African savages and aboulder-strap
pod brigands-the policy which ha
given Up millions of our free-bonm
high-soulod brethren and sister.
countrymen anid countrywomen<
Waahington, Rutledge, Marion ani
Lee, to the rule of gibbering, lousi
eaten, devil wvorshipiping bat bar in
from the jungles of Dihomey, ani
peripatetho baceanmers from Cap~e Cu
Mompbremagog, Hell and liostoni."
The Now York 'Tmibune of tho 8ht
among its conclusions as to the cans
and the general result of the lit
SPresidential election, indicates as on
of thme reasons of the large nmjority
"T'he great mass of our people fe<
no sympathy for thmoso they btill ri
gard ams rebel.. Oh the contrary the
hol,4 that these have been treate
Inoro leniently than they d'uesrv
The major will toecrate, not nil
trove,"~ the gift of4 ofhlee at Lonmgst rei
an -Akrmtomm, at Settle, who lhas bee.
baptised into the Itopublioan church
but they are not willing that n
others shalhl hold office where they cc
4 pew danger . threatens societ,
, n cominemt .French ehiemist announi
os that many of the now evening sill
a re dove'red with p icrate of lead, an
p p rEt tberefote, liable to a tremaendci
6 #xjplosion at any 'moment. It ' woul
f t wth a. lady, to have her sudden)
81 11 I F'S SAiE,
}I virte' .4 f 'i'adry ex'ntionls to mi
'adirected. I will l- for tit to fil
luIiighest b i i.ier 1.lo h t'Iri t I!C4,1. doo
ilk W 14ins %1r1.' oni tAte :riI. Mo i itay il
1)eeeimbier il k: . lsn' t Ill, day%, , iollowingi
withh1l Owel-:aEo f 114 1" INo highest
hidder f,41r Ca-h. , - ". wigR lPrpr
(y, 10 woi :
Aill t hatpi'en, pr - 'i or lot if land
knwnit I%. as t e .McaA'sl' l a'" Silnlteild in
thet Town-1 1.1 Winnb1or-o, C'ony oif Falr.
tield sand StuIi of' Ct b 't'olina, upot
Which there i- t g .lm 'illing hottse, w'iall
iothro neef Z:try ilproveivin s, e tsaiin
SFqghteen Atr--, nxasrv or les, ahdi bottnded
S on the eatf b.i Iloinitled of W. S. Itabb
u n the s"Oh by handts "I Airs. 1t. It. Bnyl.
t Shin, on I he %% it hy b1 I ta it f a, es Irice
auid i1-1lb Iby a I hail' l-ltionging Io fie \11.
Zion College. ieviel upon its tie property
of W. 8. Iitbl., it ftie silt o(f WIn. It. Rob
-1-81s1n, thi1:n di-Inl fr Catherine L. Ganillard4
sngaillsa W. h.lls, aid oiihers the saino
il t lin e. i t p oiie! rI tract, of land
16.V, l'eii "Ind -linale ;11t Counsty of' V461
ftid alind State till*ni Carolina, known1
as the "ll-mie P l'ac." siln tile road leading
front Wiinsbor Io Cl'iden, coilaining One
Itittel-trt 31ial I. tiy A.'fIt . in1r01 or ePS,
and bouded I.v d.ll< of .John W. Robert..
kron, T. J. I. Jncm, nnd lan-lis lately owned
by Jastsv 11.1-riS-'l, decs(t.ii .
Aist".' t o landi niiwni in tIhe
lbtirlingi .. -.' s -Isftiing lightv Acres,
'n rs 4- hs'".* sua l' i 't isby lands of
r .l lhn li'., Ir i-so, b s - y ownetd by
.h als ibij risn-. m '- , lmlilas fMoore
nril otheris, lvh-0 Ilp. n 1 li m i 1 properly of'
Ab ui n Joins. d l I he $,lit of j. N.
Met'lhunml, 'tnitr.,a in tT. , .J es
All tfl t pilri, pir-l o-r tract of Ilntid
Isnloiwl a, 'i.t -lbaauliy ' lave," lying, ie
iig and rinitle inl iu- Colsy of' Farfield
and :tat at' "ie ( th C;.iolifn , tonfaifiiling
I w's. 1 filt rd nisIlTwtely Acres, M 1oro or
less, :1sidl 1, 1bnit by 1in1fl'a ut H, It. I.llti
'isof, .r . W I I i'r ight si1al the r'oa4 left,[
i g r n i m i t ' l tol'h tt r.
taois! - awl I. ls'',,
.,il't s'ra -S 'ni b 'lin' iif v as.ii'- i "tll
la -l. liinins , * l''-v't A res, 1141e.0,
Or 01 -i, an id tsiilsdb.'I y I .11111.4 of' It 1 (.
1sbar, - mh . C;011, .1b : , - lby d s
o f W.g'. ;- -aas~ ie ah.ue i -. flss)Iadi
AnAs her Ir'.. I in the- Cunniv 'and sI.
'ieor saii, kns ai s the '- ylit P'lace,"
conlaining l'ive Iliilredi t nd Nini ely Acres,
ullore or l ss, 11114l itainoil.:d Iy ltiids (af
,101hn Wylit. . hn011 If. CtahiIt an1-tl by lands
Anoisther' ha-- i 6wh Conay a; 4 Sinfe
aforesi'o, and : w s Is i -he -'s-- iIlini
P ' iL, i u I I1,' I b1 r I l t - r id A c res,
friore Ur liss, 1stalt boI l a nd'I I.). i s fa '.411ohn
Wylie, .lohn \ ,ls.! y as'i la'ad sah'.orging
In Ilhe e ate of, . .1 --s Jih-l 'U n, ,vee...o '' d,
(.-11 1 iEe , IN :11:!, b eilli- n111d .gil illni
iat l t t. ,s l re...i.l.
, t he --bible..nr !'!I. o," v n; One
1 inai edI Av. 1:, 11,1. (io. le-: andl llourill4
b-y hunt1-s lot Jtnlea 1'. Cason . 1. 1illtt,
5ii'.11 4 1ser It f Iv . fl in jil. ( ils- t
l it a M ali, nd lus n n, slMe .Wlti'a i
l'laice," V nlaiiiilg Ili41 ntlaais-l I all-I I flly
r .'St L ~ i'a ' Iv':-, nsld 1.. is ,3,i~ lalf(sli
s'f S. . sW lf i e. nan I - a b i fai.rly sVi'fOw ined
lthe ot h n as ii lt .l-u
if lh I w, i .11%11,:t i I Towl of
Winnsboro, Comnty "Ilbf-daiHn
of Sonh Carolina. a i oi - No.I - one i ithdrt
(I' f i n.1 t (it-f s ' I i' .I -I .r . i; II
one ( one haun bai l') (13s- ) 5'flI ibirly :5 .>nr,
fronating lI'Isaga'tu'' Stret'. ndss Issi No.
j 8evetytal) (7i0) Six lIffr ifin ifs Z/issn Stree'at.
Algo. tla Noi. eiha lt' t ( - e~i til'tyi
I(ol9) (vC ine, i t i sl 01, uss tinel ( 11)1 tii,
Msnwsay ('.0 Lsf|vg' . t it'd y ti o:1 t i 1,inei'i'
('Si')f, ~six tl ,'a-isly 'l)a s..e, froneitsing
lsoii3 thes. south11 iii nd~si o l o..it
(OVI usosaaue ',th bnibh I ., rnin
* oloirr Sherif' Sn ale s;eoi
- 3Ay tt~ of ric ard T rnib arrI, au t. tit of Louia
A-iltin a'tafi itialonelil5l . ua (e ails 1: lce t r
Iaians.~s Ric h u Ca bestt5 Iandtu' oter
ngtn' l the a n -o dis t oalcrant. atauii
I'lail~tli 511' I IS' . \I'A laaoa., or l'. C.,
Sherif1 f' Sales,
sThej ta ltoit Isf Sths CaolinaIi
.1 ' loai t'leo .ai5.ilI(1
d tAlex.lfa. Wl~ie.al~lsf W~r 5f Iilr.iI~ Wm. tin t
vsttiai, eo. 15 W. Nel ta, T utee t , JallCltti
Iaiir'1 uc51111 t-anr der~- tno lIn fi
IIb've .sstte'y lii a . i. lln rT J.M k
ey.Iurill s Ifte. ,r n e: u lca oint
doorin WnnCorthin telea. htr
gjAll'tha spice parellra frntiet of antef
ying~v', bleing and .sitae in' thed Couyan
-ii fcoreeid -waer o Wtereo Cro.
1The State of South Carvolina,
COUNTir ol, FAIRFIELU.
Court- of Cottitnot Pleas.
James At. li-Collttt, Adinitistrator of PI.
tate of Wmn Crobby, dreeasedi I'laintif',
against James V. Crosby, Prances
Yonigue, and her husband James IV.
Yongue and others, Defendants-Coma
plaint for lIelief.
In pursutiace of att order mad In the
above stated Case by his Honor J. M,
Ititland, I will ofter for sale at pubio sud.
tio '.o t ie highest bidder before the Court
House door in Winnsboro, within the legal
hours of sale on the first Monday in Deccan
her next, the following described property,
to wit I
No. 1. All that pieco, prurcel or tract of
lan lying, being and situate in the State
Mforesitid partly In Chester and partly in
Fairfield County aul knowc as the "Old
Pince," containing Light Hundred and
Thirty-seven Aares, more or legs, on tho
wat ors of Sandy lIiver, and bounded by
lands of Estaite of Coleman Crosby, Ches
ley Crosby, Janes b1. MeCollum and oth'
No. 2, A tract known as the "-avIg
Place," containing Three Hundred and
'T'welve Aero, tnoro or' les, situate in the
County and Stato aforesaid, bounded by
Broad River. Sandy River, lands of Chem
ley lloulware and the aforesaid "Old
No. 1. A traot known as lite "Itilt
l'laoc," containing Ott hlundred aud rifty
Acres. more or less, situated in the County
and Stitto aforesaid and bounded by lands
of John 8tephenson and Moses C. Stone.
No. .1. A lot ecttittning etteafoturth of an
aore. more or less, sitaated itt the County
nd State a foresaid, it Sheltoi's depot on
the 8 itil U. Railroad, in the fork of the
t wo ronds leading from (he said depot to
the Columbia road,
No. 6. The batando of a ti'adt knowtt ag
t.he "Ilome Place," cottaining Three Hiun
dred and Ninety-six and a half Acres, more
or less, al'ter' the homestead Is taken off
with lthe renitainde after the empiration of
paid hotnestead estate, slttinted in tihe
County amid Statij last aforesaid adjoining
lands of Clesley Crosby, Hi. J. F. W. Cole.
man. John stephenson and others,
No. G. A Fltall tract. coulaihing Twenty.
i ivo aid a ialI Acres, more or less, situate
ed in i lie Cointy and State last aforesaid,
wiiiiui iti a hmalf mile of tiia "fonone Place,"
aljoininir lands of Chosley Crosby, Estate
A. I. Jennmings, decessed, and James Mo.
No. T. A tinct known as the "MontieelIe
l'ace," containing One Hundred and
Twelva Acres. more or les, aittated in the
Ct(imimty land Stato aforesaid, bounded by
linds of William Trapp, John Hultchinson,
lands of Estate of Ismaaic Morris, deceased,
No. 8. A tract, of land known as the
''hsane Colemn Place," containing Two
1I1un1drel and Fifty Aores, tnove or loss,
sitmiated In ime County and State aforesaid
tind lounitided by lands of J. 8. Withers, H.
.1. F. W. Colenin and at hers.
Termas of Sale.
Oine-tlird of the pitreihnse money to be
1paid in cisih, and tihe balance thereof on a
credit of one and li we years, with interest
front daiy or mialo, the pmurohasers to give
bonl with a mortgago of the prenmises.
1,. IV. DUV ALL, S. F. C.
Winsbhoro, Oct. 31, 1872,
Snov 6-f lawdwz4
Sheriff's Sales. ~
8tate or South Carolna,
COUNTV OF FAiIRFF.LD,
Wiiliam Frazier, Nancy Itobinson, against
harbiarai~ Frazier, 8.arah F'razier mand oth.
np araace of an ordler of the Court
of I oote adeint thme above stated case,
highes9t hidder before the Court flouse door
in Winnmsbtoro, within the legal hours of
tale, on time first Monday in Decemiber
nexit, tihe following described properly, to
All that cer Lain tract, of land, containing
Two hhimmndred amnd Forty-elght Acres, more
or less, situaited in time fork of Broad and
Littie Rivers, nerar Little River in the
County of Fairfield and State of South
Caroiina, and hounded by land. of James
h. Mc~tsmmt, lands of estate of William
J1. Almmtoum, deceased, of Warren TIurkott and,
Termis of Sale.
Cash suficient, to pay thme cost of these
p'roceedings and expenses of sale, and one
thid or the balanee of the purchase momu.
cy, also to be paid in cash, and the remain.
dor thmereof' on a credit of twelve tmonths,
withm inmteremt thereon fromi the dlay of sale,
scoured b~y the bond of the purchaser, ad
a mortgage of the premises, purchaser t's
Ipaty for all necessary papiers.
L. W. DUVALL, S. .C.
iSheriff 's Ofilce.
Winnmsboo, Nov. 7, 1872.
UY~ virltue.of authmorily conferred on me by
mi t'mhiour of P'robate, I will oqer for sale
aPuioout-ony to the highest bidd#'m eta
Sat ur~iay time 16th day of November neat
at timc late residence of Rebecca KiarklamnJ
deesd thme personal property of said
d aeceasedl, consisting of
Muler, Cows, a Chin Head,
lilaoksmith Tools, Farming
Implemnents and Househmold
and Kttchen Furoitture,
and other articles.
MAR TR A A. B3f.40K.
oc t 30-x' l!xautkj*