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WInNUSBOR O. M
4. MEANS DAVIS, Editor.
Wednesday Morning, Nov. 26, 1873.
The taxes, as we.-have shown, will
amount, tandor, the proposed supply,
bill;: to $2, 040, 'of which' Viiir.
Mfield's-share 'will be about ninety
thousand- dollars. But knowing ones
Trobkosykthat the supply bill is only
tax to pay the interest on the debt
will be taoked on, making tho vholo
levy at least 25 mills,'and the t4x of
this County $117,00., -.Thdra, ap
use disguising the focb; this onor
maous amount cannot -be raied in
Fairfleld. ''h roney'ls not bdr.
Some few may be *ibleto.pdy their
taxes, but the farmers,-already uined
by the disastrous result of the cotton
.crop will simply'hravenothing toineet
the demands of the 60icial cormo
rants. This-tx, in the face of the
panicis the culmination of -All the
acts of robbery and oppression of
which the Radical ptrty has bdon
guilty. The tax 'payers'hiaive tore
tofore borne outrages patidntly. Tlhe,
present administration went 'into
office last year. The tax payers al --
lured by their honeyed promiscs,
agreed to give them one more trial.
The taxes were paid last year prompt.
ly. But no improvement resulted.
Affairs are moro gloomy now than
'ever. The millions, wrung ly tova
tion from 'tho .podplo, have bodn reok
lessly squandered. Wo'can.bear this,
no longer. Such a tax as the one pro
.posed means conflsoatiln. White
and colored laidholders Wili alike be
'The time has come when resistance
'to such taxation is nooossary. Every
moans should be resorted to to put orff
the evi- day -of paynint hs lbg Ii
possible. If this miscrablo nii'hine
which is called the government of
South Carolina, is deprived of. money
to keep it running it will fall to
pieces with a crash.
A ten mills tax would realize 11,
600,000. This should be tOntiored
to the State, and rut a Cent noro. It
behooves the taxpayors to consult
about this matter. Disorganizecd in.
dividual effort will be oT no avail.
There should be a ooneert of actioU
on the part of all persons, white or
colored, looking to savhig the people
from this brden. No long as the
the people pay, so lolig they will be
'drained. If something is not dono,
the State is ruined.
WE ARE, THAT Y. J. P. OWENs, 1
the alphebetio Senator from Laurens,
has introduced a bill in the Senate to
repeal the echarter of the $tate Auxili
ary Joint Stock Company. This is a
strange proceeding, anid is doubtles
actuated by some grave motivo. We
havo it from good authority that the
officers of the Socty at the late Fair
refused to give eomnplimenitary tickets
to the immbers of the Iegislature
and their attaches. These honorable
gentlemen were probably insulted
because they wvere not doad-headod,
and propose to soothe their breasts
by repudiating the chartar of the
soeiety. There may be other reasons,
and for the credit of the Legislature,
we hope there are; but we know of
Tun C1oLUnu ConuEmSoD'RN'i' of
the Pert Royal Commercial (Itepub.
lican) reports that Kimpton says it
makes no difference to him whether
the debt Is scaled or not. He will
not comnpronmise in o nds at less thani
par value. If the State offers him
cash, lhe will compromise, but not
otherwise, IIe says lhe persuarkd the
last Legislature to validate the bonds,
and the present Legislature contains
the same material.. This may be the
same belief entertaiined by Parker
inrducing that astute finecer to offer
lilt reantestate a exchange for conver
tion bonds- at their market' value.
TH E CUI!MDIFPtoUI.Y-15 assum
ing grave proportions. The press of
the country are almno~t unanimous in
their domiand for the admlinistration
to take immediate steps in obtaining
satisfaction for the Virginius massa
ore. The Spanuish government is
unable to make any reparation.
Its authority is openly .defied in
Cuba. Even ini Spain the greatest
hostility towards the United States
has been manifested. Sickles, has been
snubbed outragously.- There seems no
alternative but wrar. TIho people of
the whole Union domtandl it. Trho New
York Herald says five hundred thoua
sand volunteers can be ou'nteil on
fi-om the South. We mightieso
this to be au exaggerated estimrate
were it not reported that Brigadier
General T1aft of Charleston has al
ready tendered his lirigade of the Na
tional Guard of South Carol ina to the
Governor. WVe also lean that Geon.
R. 13. llhinot will raise a .r.;i..t t
niareh on the0 Lwuhty Spaniards.
ptM not Faijailold ' be bp4ind hand.
Vo haen fin .omfany of Iniliiin
6dro, a'ched and eguipped. \Y eUt
that it will 1-o tendeied to the gover.
nior. lia coloind trbops fought
nobily. dwu ing t-ho-e lhto unpleasant
ne~, and the prbebt junctoro of.
fers thenm a gloious opportunity of'ad
ding fre.:h hattrels to' their iloiLy
vigorious wrejaths. Now ;, the titio.
Let the war bo lWoseented vietorottsly
Jd-aLg.etrminato only in .glorioms vic
tory. Cuba % ill be relieved from its
troublos ; a rich province . witl be
addedloour Union, and another dar
pet-bag goveinment will add reiiewed
lustre to siiiilar bri ht-jewels 'ti the
crown of the administrat ion.
" Vi/Ybe Cubac,'a bas- pagne !
The Evangelical -Alliando anil tile
The first fruits 'of tho 'Evangelical
Alliance are of a different fihar
from what wits to be 'expected. Ihe
object of the-Alliance wda to promt'e
harmony among Christiais. The first
definito result hias 'been a ribpturo in
one of io leading denoniaatidhs of
uins tf tho Episobpal 'hurch in
Kentucky has withdrawh from the
ohure'b. 'Fe gives in ftall the fe'asona
impelling hn to take this step. -For
sonic time he'ha.s bee-i an nclknowl
edged leader of the 'Taw Clfurch1.
party. During the niiting 6f the
'Evange'lical Allianco, he assisted in
admniistering the communion iti a
1Presbyterian Church. This ttitm.
wits warnilyccusured by 'he Uieh
op of lanzibar in a letter to
Bishop Putter of New York. The a
Bishop Cumnmins defended tho posi.
tion lie had taken, and the matter
was hotly discusused -in the clurch.
Niihop 'umin'is has 'resigned his
Episcopacy. In doing Po he gives the
1. That in somine of the churches in
his diocese, ritualistic rites are prac
tised, which lhe believes to be sub.
sersive of the true doctrines of Jesus.
-le cannot preside over t hese chnrcheb~
ithliout app:ii-ently *-anctionilng their
acts. 1le has no hope that this ten
deney will be checked oither by the
logislativo or the executive of th'o
English or American Churbh.
2. le believes the prayer book
should be revised so as to ckcludo
every thing that might be construed
into a sanction of ritualism. IHo will
therefore adopt the prayer book used
by 1-ishop White from 1765 to 1789.
3. Ile will not bu debarred from
laeroising his privilege of commun..
ing with his brethren, who are, ao
cording to his prayer book, all who
believe and call thmselves Chris.
lie wishes~ to have a church under
ani Npiscopal fornt of government
that wyill stand upon the b~road doc
trin es of Christianity, uttineumuber ed
by side issues, and will receive memi
bern from aill churches. These are
his points. it is believe'd that lie
will endeavror to organiso a church
sitandinig on similar ground with the
"Old Catholics" in Europe. (V~hat
twill be the railt of this autibn of
Blishop Cummnins eitnnot be foreseon.
All the Ohurchen are a6 present in
a disturbed condition. The Catholios
are divided amongst thenmselves, and
are at enmity with the seoular power
lit Germany, Italy antd Sw itserland.
Tho Methodists and Prasbyterlans
are divided oin the ground of politica,
andl the other denominations have
each its sheletoni in the closet. A
great deal of dissatisfactioni with the
Churches exists amnong many peoplO.
It is wise for the churches consider
thme onuso of thiis ennity, andt to re
move it. It arises, we believe, not
fronm any fault in true religion~ ieself,
htit becaus'e tile truc're-ligi-on is so
much' mixed sfith what is false.
There is a tenden'ef oi thif pamt of
all thecologiuns mn cor mon with other
thinkers to lea've the kno'wrV and ven.'
ture into the realms of the unknown,
and to furnish theorids ihutad of
facts. Tino number of theories ib in
proportion to the number of intellects
at work. While all the churehes ad.
liero to the same cardinal doctrines,
each has its peculiar tenets, fotmdod
0o) someW supplosed aulthority il the
Bible. These tenets are attacked,
and'aro defended with such zeal as to
divers the mind from the vital reqlui
sites for sailvation. in consequene
an tidolon or image is sot up abid wor
shipped, in the church ; and belie'f in
the church rather than i'm the Savior,
is the one thing rteadfu. So 16:fg as
this tihing oolitinuoe; so lOng will
biokerings continue, and so long will1
infidelity inflict mortal w'ounds ott
Christianity. It is therefore to bo
hoped that tile Evangolioal Alliained,
by reconciling differences in' oreede,
will cause a more healthy religion to
be evolved. Tihon bishops and pre
lates will no lone ha a oen oanm'
ty upon tho questidn whether a Min.
iter of otiedonobtuatforf.i6uld'ootu
muune with mienbete bf another.
Tile Supply 'Bill.
A bill las been 'introduced into
the Logistature'to 'furnish Ifuel for
the'Stato .madhiteduring the enseing,
year. IIt"provi'es 76r an 'aggrejate
trx*of 16 mills on the aollar. Of
t is nAuou'ity sore mills are '1oneraf
'State p'urpli4e-, four mills 'to meet
outstanding claims of tis year;
amisn6tilg to *600',0'0, two mills for
the pubh'o schools, and thrde' iills f6r
Courity !purpo.ses. This 'tax if co!
looted U ill roalize for'atate turposdi
,1 ,t90,000, fur dvlfidn?.y uppropria
tiun $640,000, fur dohools $320,000,
and for the diffeFont Counties $480,-,
000, a grand total of $2,5'00*o0.-L
13esides this goberal 'th there .il...
Leo a special tax laid on almost every
County for deficiendivs in the County
Treasuries arid for sull'tls. Thel
'spccial tax for this County - will be
one and a half mill.4, and 'tilo l6Cal
school tax will average a will more,
mahing the total tax of Fairfield, 184
uills on the dollar, 3,1 uills more
thadh Was levied last year. As the
prdperty of the County has been as
'ees'add at nearly $5,000,000, the taxi.
this 'Wintor if collected will realito
the'enormous sum of $90,000. This
i h fearful burden, when we consider
llo great stringency in the nonoy,
market. Last year, with a'fihe crop
of cotton) selling at a good price, the
tax payers were barely able to esicapo
the provisions of the linquent 'tax
act. And yet a hea'vier drain will
be mado tris year. This tax is too
much. We db not oject to the rate
levied for th'o gchools. These should
be liberally supported. Unless a
sufficiont a-inunt Is given to run them
succe.stlly, the sum that is appro.
printed fur their use is virtually
thrown away. Nor do we objeot to
the County tax, as a largo sum is
required for internal improvements.
The swindle is in the appropriations
for State purposes and for defiien
Cies. IaIf a 'mIlliob is anply suf.
ficiont to pAy the authorities for the
miserabl' woik they d6. From this,
about threos milts shiould be tuken.
The 'denicnoy Appropriatiob Is an
other Awindl'b. .BoguA banW bIlls,
fraudulent oortilicat'es 'h.d stolen
scrip uro Waiting to swallow up this,
money. The honest people c' the
State will see but little of it. These
demands are capital subjects 'ol re
If the Radical party continues in1
this old beaten track of plundering,
it will collapse. By its dish6nesty
and stupidity it has bdnkruipted the
State. A howl is now raised that
tis is no motley ini thle treasury.
'The Solons are at their wit's end.
IHeretofore tief have robbed the
State only by tihe aid of the admninis
tration. Thant adm1Ii nistration is now
so besot in thre rear that it can no
longbr afford to shouldeci' tlio ctirr'et
bag goverunents. It will no0 longer
lend its bayonets to compel an im
poverishod people to eoinr their life's
blood inrto money to pay taxes that
only go to satisfy thie greed of cor.
rupt ohik6 seekers. There are many
ways in which payment of taxes can
be evaded without resorting to force.
Trho people of the State arc willing
to pay a reasonable tar, say ton muills
en tire (dollar, bgut mnore than thin thecy
ocannot pay. Tire finanoial crash may
provo a bilessing itt disguise; The
glorious "party of progrers"' had been
hrold togothor by money only. With.
draw this diuf it will fall to picoes by
its own aweigh t.
Tihe recent general elections hraid
also dealt Grant anrd liis pet robbers
heavy blows. Th6 tide soms to bo
turning: Ny nctt year a total revo
lution ma~y be effected wicho will fend
to sweep utway the Ra4di~a- p-arty arid
cause supply bills rtnd frauduomat
bonds to be numnbered' am'ong the
things that were.
Parker and the Conversion ]londa,
Tile Union-llorald contains an ad
vertisemnent from Niles G. Parker of
Ring noftriety proplosing to sell hris
'real estate for conversion bonds at
their ma'kdb valueo;' and this in the
face of tile fact thrat a bill bas already
pasand t1d lIous0 rdpudiating the
whole of the frautididnt issue. T1his
shows ad~ a'mdint of' dhdok of iwhidh
we had not deemeid oven Parker lii.
self capinble. Ilt moans' this; thrat
although Parker sdes that the Legis
lature irrplainly, anx'ibuh to r'epud o
this issue, h'o" lias strdbg hopds of
having it paid. 'Ihise proposii~ion is
an insult to theo Logislatui-o, as show
ing that Parker believes ho cub buy
Tli'e SupremeOoutt anid Iturloy,
Chief Justice Moses and Absooiate
Justice Willard through their friends
Maior Gonoal Rahm4r 13 1iliot.
and Brigadier Goeral. tobert Smalls,
have addrissed a letter to Tim Ilur
ey demanditig a ilvtraction of the as
sertion Ihat they woro bribed in the
Morton Bliss caseo. Ilurloy has not
yet replied, Mosru. Carroll and
'Janney and D. II. Cha be'rlai, at
torn.y for lotton )iss & Co., have
publirhod'a card 'eCpi essing thleir
confidence in the integiiy of the
Supreino o06rt. 'To Wivt a las
h-ha trie State con0 %'whe the char
aeter of the Sirpreie Court is ,o tor.
niblicd as-to reluire at fe ter of couli.
donree fion private itiv.ens-tt) iitk it.
N -:w Oinu-:AN, Novemibejr ~22.--An~
olutiusiastji ns n.ceing 'of the
frienels of Cuba was held to-day.
the resolutionis express admiration of
the devotion 'am,,l lioriliees of'the Cu.
\tans during thle live yelia contihuist.
'I ho Virginius tragedy was denotinced
as utterly outrageous-; the MWIonroo
doctrine Wa0rsrdassertci, with''lde-d
of support aind c-tidoi'Unco fVr the
famiies of tho'vic'inUi df 'the ieutet
N:. v Yom(, NoveInaor '22.---A
state.aent is eb 6ttkiaed in a hetter
from lIavavha tiY on tI ni.ht of the
7th inst.,i--h 4,e news of tie Vir
ginius redche'd IL vanna from 'bun
titrgo, the Sp;ish volunt'ors, in
fi-ndish ciultatioin over their trioumph
vicdited the widown s'f the N 1Lons shot
in 1868, and brcilly outraged the
helpless, wonen: '; ( their sir'ggIles,
four were itIc ee- lh. ve since
diod,'and ta6eriil are inl nich a dan
gerotis condition that they cannot
possibly recove*r. A petition circ-i
lated inl this city is neeuICd generally
by the \last0IS0f the Nltonc Lodges
in New York and th-e Pa't Mastors of
L:odges residing her', 'enliing for an
iergenit session o'f the Gran- Lodge
of the StMtoa to t a'k's -ich actiol as.
may be esary. Siniia r ' I i.. on
tie pa?.rt of the .:i.riij fr~te'-nit.y is
takecn in New Jersey anl Madachus
N .w Yon i, Novcibicr 22. -T wood
was brought into 4, urt this Iorni nig,
for seitone.. Ali iniminse crowd
lilled the corridors and roin. Tweed's
counsel is arguing the moution for a
stay of judgmeIt. 1tis semece is
bwelve years in th-e , cutty Jail and
'Calhonn'11S Latst )prech.
The.lioston Guromrcial 13 111eti 'n
gives this acconciut Cf th list spechi
of ohn . ('ltpon inl tle United
States G nale. Calhoun came in~to
the Sonante 'Chani ir,. sun portec' on
one side by hiivcnerpble aind clAvalr
ic colleague, A. P-. Butler, and on
the other by Jmes M. Mason, then
S nator from Virg,iii. sub.1equently
tho omhiscary o Je th.tson Dativis -at
London. le had lecu uhable t'6 t
tend his place in the Scniate fci scr
%ral weeki,but har.1 devaoted his ex
pirin'g corgies to thh. preparation of a
~regct 'c~h, in oppJobition to tle
cdhiinion of California into the
Unin as a free State, by which the
.(piilibriiun, or, as he termed it, the
n lity of t s v hol din g and non
dtavphcolingStates wouldl be destroy
d.hle was uinable to stand without
uipp.orr, anid unable to utter even a
~ew short sentences without groat
lilliculty. Tiis large, olear eyes
hone withc supernaturalI lust-re, his
ong wh e ha ir lirushed~ hack over
is hea~d lhswed lig htly in t he air.
[ia faco was pailo and' cmauciated, so
:haat the colorlessi skini seemed to ad.
eure to the osseoucsL framecwork. The
lay had been assigned for this speech,
hwihib, !, was evident, iWoulil be his
Thec scats anad galleries woro iled
:o the utmiost ca p acicy, and yet the
ailece w:as opprossive, as if in the
tetual preseneo of'the grima iissenm
;er. Il calmly, a d dhiberrntely
mcrveyed the eagei' fies before aknd
tround hitni, acnd befoi-o desisted to
risc, suiiunoned strength to alldress
Ihe chair, and reluest thiat the speech
hat he had intended to dleliver might
~o rend by his friendt from Verpmna,
I1r. Mason. After the conclusion of
hue reading, inny Senators gathered
aronid the dyinug Senrator to give ex
ress.ion to their respect and sym'ipa
thy. T Io left the senato Chamber
for telast timco, as lie entored X,,up
port6d by the arms of his twvo triends.
Ele was taken to thu "Old Capital,"
ic.d in a few clays passed to "that uin
:lincovarod country, fromt whose bourne
no traveler returns."
$omo ~ofthe fd 'ngDeocratic
newspapersi of the WVest have sense
enough to seo that the recent lepub
lidan failures are not Demiocratio
triumphsa. TPhd Milwaukee News
does not speak of the rescult as a
Democratic viotory; but thlinks that
the losses of the Orantites shiould en.
courage the opposition to unito and
work togevthdr hcdreaftdr. Th'is is the
true lesson of the elcedtioni. The Re
putlican ticeots in the WVest were
diefeatedi ini some States avid almost
defeated in othera lby .Republican
votes, and for )omioerats to assume
it to be a Domooratie cece, will
only tend to drive lRepublicanis, dia..
g usted it is true,but still Republicans,
b ac k in to the party ranks.
hoEufdfof Orent Eientan
The Monroe Advertiser explodes,
through a lotter ffom Mr. J'udath P.
Ilenymuin, the great expctations of
Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Chambers,
as well as~ soyeral parties in Augusta.
'.ihere is no Frenoh fortune atall for
them, anditho many mnillions ofnmoney
that seemed so scure have evaporat.
ed like mist. Mr. Benjamin says
these ladies have been "duped by a
swindler." Whlo is the swindler 1
lie deserves to bo whipped around
Ellcouritge Tour Children.
Eneouragement works wonders with
almost everybody, 1o matter what
his occupation in Aife may be. A
boy likes to be Oenourqgdd ; so does
a girl ; a man likes ; 'also a woman;
and oven the old grand father iand
grandmother have a relish for it. .
Sone parents often make a mis.
take in not giving their obildron ored.
it when they do a thing well; and
so0a, Unintentionally let a lessou that
has been .studied very hard, or at
piece of work that has been well
don.., byatbdy or'girl. pivs by with
out the leait notice;. This discour
ages a child, and la-i a bid tfiot
'%iour'fivtne''t pirs Wow t(o in a!
child,, especially. if it be besio ted by
a pateit. Yet there are Peopl4, who
though anxious to ha've tifeir elitidre
do well, .ar' contiuallty,'Et'in a:d.
gihifitig wa'y,' tolliig the'in that they
sIouln't do to au-l so, and fhatt %that
is wrng,.,etc., wthoiit ever having
a li'ttle frind ly talk with the'ni, and
giviigtheh godd ad'vie, aind en
ooltrdgil itn 'when they do tight.
Soeic pardnts'also' i1ce a uistako
in leaving the education of ficir
Ehildren 'wholly to the schools. The'y
think if they st-nil thir 'ebiil.ren to
school and .pay'their way, that teloy
the pt'eot--aro doing their part,
aria that their ohildien sih'ould do
their,. This may work vry weIell
with good boys, but with 'the care
less, the tloughtless and the indiffer
ent'it does not work well.
SH1ER I FFS '4 I , ,.
Y viruo of a warrant cn ngric Itural
Lien to tie directed, I will offer for
sas' at public auction to the highest bid.
der before th e Court liuso door in Winns
horo wit hin the legal Lours of sale, oin the
first Monday in l,)eemher next, and tile
dly f'llo-wig, o. cash, the following do.
scri beil prdiperty to wit
One Crenin colored uihile. Levied upon
as the property of Ilonjamin Terkey, i '
the suit ot' W. R. lDoty igainst I'en'jlmill
One Mule, two Bales Colton. Le vied
upon as fihe property of Phillip Gilcs, at
the suit of V. 11. Doty against Phillip
ll . !Y. DUVALL, S. F. le.
Sheriif's o fice,
Winnsboro, S. C., Nov. 16,
no1 Is- t112
The State )f South CarolinA.
I W1. '7. NELSON, Bjv., Pro ale ru- ge.
WXI EtEAS, avid A1. Fonsl.r, hath ma0o
suit to tne. to grant him Le!ters of
Adininis ration of the Etato and effects of
daecob .easter, deceased. . These are
th.eMfore to cite ..d idmoniiall and sin
gular the kindied atd ,preditors of the
said Jacob Peaster, deCeALed, Jiat they
be an-l appear before 'ne, in ie Court
of li'obate, to be held at FAirfleld Court
House on the ;d day of Deceuber
nexI. 9ft r. publicatiqu .hereof,, at 11
o'clock. ii.: the forenoon, to show cause, ifany
they have, why file said Adminiistration
3hotild not be granted.
Gliven under my hand, this 17th day
of November A. D., 1873.
IV. M. NELSON,
nov 20-lx2 J. P. F. C.
< heriff's Sale!i
'Thli Slate of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield, }
John C. Mackorell, oaginst Cynthia R.
-Brown, Mary, E. Brown.
I N pnrsuance of an order or the ('ourt
.1made i il e .above, stated catuso, I
will offer for salt at. pitblic auction to the
hiighiet hid der before the court house door in
Winloshgro, .witipifret b.legal ijotas of sale,
on t he .first Monday in iDecomh~er next,
the following described property to wit,
All that lantation or tract of hand con
taining two. httndred acres, more pr less,
beini, lymng and situitoe in tIle Couty of
?'airlield a nd Stnqi o eforesnid, rind boun ded
by lands of Tilntan Gladdey,,.J on h northI,
by lands beloniging to Daniel Mcemald 011
the0 east, by laumils of' mith anud Melion on
the scit ha, and by lanil if Snfili and Ml el
ton, and of Samunel Stewart on the west..
Tlermis of sale-carah. purlkchasers to pay
for palpe.!; WV. DUyAI 1,
Winnisboro, S. C., Nov '1,
81IERLIFF'S SA LE.
S afo of South Carolitna, \Order in Patrti
County of' Fairfield. f tition.
Amy flay against Elizabeth liny.
rN puisuaiice of' an order, of Ilie Court Of
.j. Probat u. made in, this above stait ed
case. I will offer for sale to the highesat
bid~der at puoilio auction, befo tho court.
Ijouse doior in Winnis oro, w ithin the legal
hours of sale on die first Mopny In Do.
cemiber Next and ith le (lay following, for
cash, the follwing described pf,opersy to
wit.: Afl that piece, parcel or tract of
land ly'ng, being quil situato in the Coun.
yofarfied, State of South Carolina,
containing six'ty-four acres, more or less,
lying anel situiate near the village of Doko,
and boundad by lands of Franklin Daug ass
aind others. ,L, WV. DUVALL, 8. f. C
Winnsboro, 8. C., Nov. 7',
Tf#Y virtue of Sundr'y oxotions 16 no
..).ddirected . I iltl offer. for- solo for
onsht, at public .auction to the higho-,a
bidder before, tple Court louso, door in
WYlnnsboromwithiin the legal hours of Sale
on the first Mondaft in Decembes' next
and the day following, at the risk of the
former purchaser, the following describ
6,1 property to wit :
All tlhat lot of'land with imildin'gs thoro
on, situate in the Town of Winnsboro,
County of Fairfield, 3tato of South,,Caro..
lina, and known according't,o the plan of
the Town as Lot numhbor seventy-four (74)
fronting~ en Zlion S~treet. Levied upon.
as tihe property of James Cat heart, at the
snit of Jamos K.' Robinson agaiast, James
Cathcart. L. W. DJyA L L,
S3. F. C.
Nov. 7th. 1873,
We now offer our Stock of
al attetiojicaIled to ole
Lot of Shawls of ered at COST !
Onec Lnt o'f Cloaks otrered at
COST I on C je Ijot of (.lothinAI ,
colnsisting of Han dsorne Gassi
mrnci'e Suit. ney Cassi 1re
Pants ailid Bladk 016th Coats,
To' I C Us T't8'I'O'ME18
J. M. R. MORE & Md
NEXT DoOR TO
So'hn O. Squier & C6,
AND IJNDERWE~ tt,
BobTs, s!IOIs, hATS AND
TRUNL(.S C1tOCKER f
W A (CE &c., &No.,
A fino lot of cbewing tobacco' and
OIgara coniceted by allto
be the best ini TOWN.
CALL ANIi EXAMINE FOlt
YOUR SE LVIE S
A. Nearding diday Sool forY g
M R S. E. E, \I001I,4
MISS SALIE ROIlN SON, f PrIincipals
DO~ni, of TfUsrits,
Ilon. WV. R. RLon~aT.'ON, I'rosident.
Ca p .. J^s. h.E A T Cn pt. 3. iM. (Orow X E
J. 1. M6C AN Is, Esq., (1. 1[. MOMASTF;t.
TanMs oF 'rmITron.
Vor high'er hranches, iniuding' ,the
language~s, per acesion, J~2g,
for iermxediate classes, por ses.,
Si~n, . ~ S
For primary clapses, per session, $12.
Ma'ato, per scssion,$0
.-loardling, per mlonthi, including wash
ing, fuel and lights, per month, ..$16,,
Terms of paymeont--quarterly in adIvance
WE have now in operation a large SAW
.MI[LL, two andl a half miles southI of
Simpson's T. 0., where tevery decscriptioni
of Ijunmber will be sawed at the shortest,
notice. WVe respecI fully solicit thep pat.
rnnage of the publliO, anid promise to give
satisfactjon.. We wish it distinctly unjr
st ood that we selcumrfo("' ;;
all1L i& L1O
1 Car load FivrpoolI -yracuso Sl
0 Sacks (rouid Salt,
10 Boxes Soup nesorted,
lis A diLItnanOeCan leS,
2 I'oxes4 Pltrch,
I Ticroc llams.
33TD A.'T JN JO.
WO ULD give Notice th:it
all Notes ant Accounts due us
the 1st of November next.
Miust be settled either in Cot
ton 'or Money, by that
'tiinc, as we wish to
close out our busi
given as mnch indulgence as
we can aford. .
in their Cotton
audi not wishingfqr to
sell, will. be given idl
gcecc if ho Cottont is stored.
13AGOTi & CQ
This unrivalled Poutiorn 11emiedy 1':
warnbed not tu contain a siniglo particle of
Mercury, or any injnrieu iea u
stance, but is 15PilC u
cointattn ths Suhen L Et a (aUrbps
which an all -wise Providence hasv placed it
cOtinirjies -whecro. Liver IDiseases most
prevail... .it will cure all Uiiseases caused
by D)erangement or the Livecr,
..h ymtnionrjs of' L' Complaint, are a
hiter r b~ltaste in lhe :nouthi ; Pain i
be:Haick(, Sides or Joints, often mistaken
for ltieumiatism ; Souer Stomach ;Lossi of
A ppet ite ;.. Uowels alternat ely costive andi
tu ; It oadachle ; Luss of memory, wvith a~
painu sensation of having failed to do
romuething which ought, to have been dono
Dolsility, iLow Spirils, a thick yellow ap.
pearance of the-Skin and Kyes, i driy
Cougb ,ofi enmi isitaken for -(onsumpltion.
Some times manhy or ths sympltoms.. attend
theo diseaseo, al. o~hiers yery few ; but. thn
Liver, the. largept organi in the body,is
generally tbe seat cf' thme disease, and if not,
Ilegulatodl in time, great stif'ering, wretch..
edness and( Death will ensuo..
This Great Unifaihijig .Spofic will not, be
found the, least Unplenannt.
For Dyspep ia,, Cjst ipa i on , J anundice,
Billions at tjoks, 8 ck Uc adlache, (4)1ic
Detpression of Spirits, Sour Stomach, licart
SlMIMON'S LIVER REI'JLAORl OR MEl)!.
)s the Cheapest, Purest anil Best FanmIy
MediCn1 in tihe W~orldt I
(lainifact uried tonly hf
J. I1. ZhlIlIN & CO0.,
,,. Macon, (Ga., and Philadelphia.
Price, $1 00V. Sold by all Uruggists.
Charlotte, (Ooniibla and Auiguts.
TrE(IAsjJ i i~ 's OFFICl't
Coituxin1., s. C., October 21, 1873.
the last annual mieeting of I li
Stock holders of this Company, tht
follow ing order was made(1:
'That I ho an nuai meetinugs he0 hiereafter
held( on Ilhe first Tuesday after theo seconid
Monday in Novembler of each year :and
t hat thie next annunal meietinrg he held , in
Novembegr, 1873, in Columihia, 8. C. '
.1n acco~danice with the above resoluition,
the ainual mioting of theo St ockhouldors of,
thiis Comnpa ny wvill h)e hiold ni this city onL
tho 21st day of NOVE~ MBElt.
n'ov 13 c, norU:NLmr -V Sc.