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TIE NEWS AND HERALD,
*ATUIMAY, November 8, r s 1870-,
7- NA -Y19 DA r"S, EDITORt.
*NQ. U. RErNOLDS. AssocIATI EDITOR.
ITi s reported tAt Mayor Maildin,
ofGreenville, and General Gary will
buy the material of the Greenville
Nes and start a nlew p)aper In that
city. Greeiville has been unfortuinfe
i Its papers. A number have failed.
Yet we see no reason why the city
should not support one.
Volt vm past year all the Republi
can leaders from the President down
- have been proclaiming a state of wvar,
Wh1ie. revolution in all its horrors havo
been depicted in vivid colors. Yet
M1r. Hayes now appoints the 27th of
November as a day of thanksgiving
for the remson, among others, that
there has been a "general prevalence
of dour-stiec tranquility." Whether
thanks should be given over. the Ohio
election or over Zuch Chandler's de
mise, is left for the public to decide.
A s'rnAN feature Of the great
stoek speculations now going on in
New York is that the creditors of Ja
Cooke will receive their claims in Nill
with albout seVenk per cent. addd.
Jay Cooke's failure, which started the
patic in 1878, was duo to the hill in
the price of stocks. Ills property wis
ptt in the h1and1Is of a receiver, who
h'Is already paid ont about fifty pe'
con. It is estiiated that. at tile pres
ent, vuiln of stocks, a claim of'a thou
B.ti(l (Ollars will 'eCCive Ia thousanld
and seventy-two dollars. As anit In
stance of'the rise, it Is stated flint St.
P:iul & Dnuihth stock, once regarded
worthless, now brings tweity-eigh,
dollars, ai( Western Pacille, quoted
at six1eenl at tile timie of failure, now
Cmman11111kids sixty. If Jay Cooke's
cridltors are wise they will -will sell
these securities before another crash
Full retirnls ae not yet in, lbu
enough Is known to estimate the gains
anld losses of' the two parties in the
(ifllbrelt States. While tle tepubli
ennus hvn generally gained every
where, tile status is not Very maf.ert
rlly changed. Connecticut elects a
Legislature. The old Legislature has a
Republican majority of seven inl the
Seitate anld forty-tlree in the louse.
The new Legislature Will have an" in
creased majority in both houses.
Marland elects the Democratic ticket
by a majority of frolm iItee to C.wen
ty thosaind. Butler is del'cafed in
MaRsautitse(ts by thirteen thousand
votes, agailnst twenty-five thousand
last year. This is a lepublilean loss
or twelve thousand. 'Minuesota goes
about 11ifteent th~ousand R1epubl i
enn manjorityv, againist seventeen thlou
sand in 1877 and twenty thousand1 Iast
year'. Nebraska, always llepulblicanI,
gives a majority of twelve thousand.
New Jersey elects a Legislature. Both
br'anches were llepuiblicanl last yearl,
anid both Will be Ilclpublican this year,
gaining two In tihe Senate and six in
tihe liouse. Pennlsyl%tiia gives forty
five thousand 1lepi'blican majority
against twenty thiousanid last year
wh'len the Greenbackers east eighty
thousand votes. Wisconsin gives anl
increased Republietu miajori ty.
New York elects Cornell through
thle defection of' Kelly, bitt the balance
of the.Democratic ticket is said to be
elected. Th'lis Is satisfactory. ii'rd
ly ainybody expected Robinson to de
feat Kelly andu Cornell combined, es
thousand votes. But if the balance of'
theDmaocr'atic State ticket is elected
itsosthat New York Is a Demo
ertcState, and gives tihe Democrats
a odchance for the Presidenucy'.
That the New York Legislature Is
lCeimlicanl was to be expected, for
the Slato Is gerr'ymandered. Last
year, 'ithu a pllur'ality of thirty-five
thousand olnly', out of eight huntldred1
thlousand votes, tile l)ublicans hlad
-a two-thirds majority ini tile Legisla
hire. In Virginia the fight was be
tween tile debt-payers and the Re
adjusters. Chances favor the latter,
though bo0th sides claim a victor'y. In
MississI ppi the Raadicals and Green
backers were successfull In a few
counties, but tihe State and the Legis
lature ar'e Democratic.
Tile Abbeville Medium says:
There Is a tenldencey just n1ow in tis
State to whait Is called by some, conl
servative liberalismi or to put it more
plainly, snecakInIg Radicalism. Up to
1876 every plan for the redemp tion of
South Carolina had failed. The peo
ple wyere sick and tired of compro
sttralghtout Msispipa a
adiopted as tile last chance 0or p)olitical
deliverance. It r'esulted in a complete
which the State Is now1 enljoying. The
very men ho rie out against 'StRch
rasllmesi in 1870 and chose0 Chamber
lain rather thanu Hamptoin are agai
coming to tefotwith a nilea for'
coniservativo lIberalism. The only
safety for 1110 party Is Inl straighitoltt
Democracy. Any other course Is
The Afed/utm Is per'fbetly correct In
hioiding that any otherl eQurse5t thian
staghtott Dlem6o0rcy Is political
det.'But th aedItum does nlot
redthe times correctly if It conlfottds
he thsonits"of"1876 with th
ConservaiveOl>rals" of the present
ay, Whn tosewhl9m It some
time ples$s he-cUdtom tosyl
Atinfts caeovinto the srih
ottyggsgnI thycatnever to stay,an
elyIyIt ieve yet manifested the
eatdisposition te swerve. ,On the
09r and some of the most enthusi
4 asstraightouts of 1876 have beomen
,~4~1 f ato. Who Cha*10$p
campaign illustrates this most forcibly.
"Broad Street," in Charleston, was
the head of the consorvative move
ment. in 1876, while Mayor Sale led
tho Butler Guards on the Edgefleld
platfo,an. Yet to-day the Charleston
Democracy is rent lin twain, beo-anse
Mayor Sale wishes to openI wide the
gates and let iII Repliblicals, while
Broad Street draws the line strictly
within the Democratic party. This is
noti mere surmise. A good deal Is
said about Mayor Salo representing
the "people" against the "rings" and
"bondholder-" and '"corruptionists,"
yet thle olcial corresponIIdence shows
that the real issue is whether Purvis
mnd lanslcr an(1 Freeman and their
followers are to dictato Democratic
noinahitions. It is. even coisidered
wori -While for Ransier to publish a
card in Mayor Sale's Democratic or
gan braidiig as filso the asserl.ion
that he had abandolled Mayor Sale.
A good deal or conse-viaive liberal
Isin is required to stomach these
worthies and it is not surprising that
ti he straightout. Democrats will have
none of thom. The press of the State,
with few excetpions, condemns this
liberalism. Ilow suchit a striaigl Lout
paper as the Jedibm has ulwas been
can lend a helping hand to Mayor
Sale passes our. un1derstandilng. Its
antipatlly to "Broad Street?p must
have waiped its judgmeiit.
W ELa Ro EA-N.TE110?8Y &.ILY.
Pen Fictures of the Two I'nigning London
Mv-4. Langtry is the daughler of the
Dean of 11Isey, ani ishud which is fa
11non1s for pretly people, althoghi it
halld not, beibO attiniIIed the disMinCtiOl
of' 111ni-stinig Iolndol with the beauty
otlicially lctceplted as such. .11or early
litb wa1s passed entirely in the isle o1
her. birt.h, and there senmed no0 reason
why she should ever have lft it., until
on (1day ill adventurous widower, wh0o
had already takein one vilo f1rom .Jer
sey, catio tlither again and carried oil'
Miss LIe Breton si his second. They
came to Lo1dol without excitilg fily
great entlhusiasm or becoming knowNi
to many members of society until
1877, thien through a conicui'rcice of
fltuitous circllistaices Mrs. Langtry
was seen, admired and inveinted as a
bcanlt y by certain amat.ers, iho inm
mclediately souided her praise 'rough
out tli town. When 11101 tOWn CIM
to look at. her it tit ml( she was indeed
beauii'ul. She )Ossessod wonlderul11
Oyes ofa limtd tramspare'll. bhilo,
which always wore a w11in0ig expree
sion. She wvas observed to be ex
trelely Ilodest inl her dress, very
quiet aind umassuiting in her minnier
111d discreet inl all her actions. Jeal
ousy was disarmed. admiration in
("reased aind Mr.jangtry becamito one
of those sights of the town which the
"Spring Captain'' yetrns to see a'id
Lor which country cousins make long
pilgriirhes by railway. "It seets
[ll y!-sterday,''says a ree1t nu1be
Vandy fi'ar, "when as a bride Siho
appeaed inl I-lie Park and set, fen tholus
and tongues a-wamring. Since thel
she has played a foreimostpart il the
b--Atie of lie, and this bravely and
wt-ill. You aire spellbound by her in
('11abl)1 sweetn1ess before you have ex
changed hardily a dIozCiu words with
lher. Every well-bred womnan is, of'
course, fr'ee fVom genea, but this one0 is
gil'Led with a delicious mianiner, simplde
anid sympathetic as that wherewith
mentally we endowv Mignion, and she
talks at once so prettily and so mus
cally thait yo0u are Iiuseusibly Inpress
ed1 ivithi the idea of' her abisolute shai
p)licity. T1hte brighlt, r'inging treble,
the light sprningy step1, the huappy hal
CYOnl view of' hfo charactisCtic1t of girl
hood, are still thors. Above all, she is
k indniess itself incarnate. At Gl
gow, where-that goes withbout sIhe
saying-shte was the cynosure, the as
tontished the caimy Scotch by her gen
erouis imptlart.iality. The p)lain1 amT'un
at.tractive partner claimed her hand in
the ball room and1 he was not r'efused,
though Adonis stoodl at her elbow
awaiting his chance. Lily-like in
cycry' fibre, she has preserved fil ex
halted repuitationi for womnanly virtue,
and this although she has flattered and1(
followed, car'essed1 and( made much ot',
.more than any livinug woman. She
has r'ematlined, however, the same, true
to the gentle emnblem foreycr heirs, the
Jersey Lily I"
Ltly Virginia Sanders is entitled to
the gratitude of London society for i
troducinig to it her' niece, Miss Fitzpat
rick. who sutbsequen tly mnaried Mr'.
Cornwatllis West, of TRuthin Castle.
Ruthtin Castle Is somewhere In Wales,
and( therefore evidenttly niot a fitting
abiding p)lace for a beauty whose duty
it is to be everywhere in London. Tfo
Lonidon accordilngly Mr's. Cornwallis
WVest went, and( sne was greeted by an
adlmirnationi almost sufficient to console
her for lhe most proloniged absence
fi'otm lheu' Welsh castle. .1er face is of
that chtarming and peculiar style of1
beauty that has always moved man
kintd mIor'e than the most regular fea
tures. She 1has a very rich complex
ion, eon which an occasignal freckle
stamps)f a cer'tineato of fineness and
theireby adds to the ch arm of the gener
al effet. A sp'lendid head of rippling
hair, which used( to be ver'y long un
till she cut It into p)OYisht curls, clue
ter's framtewise about her fuace, prodtc-'
ing an offect which man y oidon
beaumtles have sought to imitate, but
which none1 has appr)ioacheod. She is
imlpulsive, original, daring and says
upon occasion the sprightliest things;
amnd to her it was giveni, some little
time, to throw the whole of a royal
ball Into dlismay by aln unltoward( faint
inug fIt, whieh was at once elevated to
the rank of a social event. She dreRs
es generall in a careless and somethmnes
startling fashion. She Is smnall In
stature, of an admirable form amnd
ides, wilth a certain (dash, both to
hounds amid In Rotten row.
-A letter, addressed as below, was
sent to the Noew Haven p)ost offico, one
of the localities where Postmaster
General Key's "miisdirect.ion order"
was a pecular' injustice:.
hr. Inos A. ll,
200 Orchard Street,
City of New Haven,
Towni of New Haven,
County of New Haven,
State of Connleeticut,
United States of America,
areext ed from Vegetable IProu
Xii, w1golnthe ooKn'_r_1;~
as a substitite forealomel, posse al
the virtues of that a lfteut
AS AN ANTI-BILIOUS
theMato Inoornparable. They stimulate
i f1O 3Y~T1M, and~iig ton to
foet digestidrd thorouiih~~asimilatine
of food. hey oxert a powerful Influeonce
on the 1IDNJiYS~ond~LIVER. and
through thetio organs romove allimpurle
tios, thus vitaliziug the timuosof the body
and causiag a healthy condition of the
AS AN AUTI-MALARIAL
ney.have njo equal ; and as a result aet
aa preventive and ourof ioue
mitten, Intermittent, Typhod Fievor
and F over and Ague. Upon the healthy
action of the Stoinaoh,_depends, almost
wholly, the health of the human ra
IS THE BANE
of the present generation. It to for the
Cure of this disease and its attendanta
have gained such a wide spread reputae
tion. I-To Remedy has ever been discovo
ered that acts o speedily and gently on
the digestivo organs giving tnom tone
and vi sor to assimilate food. This ben
accomuplishetd, oi course the
NERVOUS SYSTEM IS BRACED,
THE BRAIN IS NOURISHED,
AND THE BODY RODBUST.
'jeing composod ofthojuiosof plants
extracted by powerful chemical agen
on, %npred in a concentrated
forI, they are guaranteed free from
any thing that can injure the most del
A noted chemist who has analyzed them, says
"THERE IS MORE VIRTUE IN ONE OF
TUTT'S PILLS, THAN CAN 3E JOUND
IN A PINT OF ANY OTHER."
We therefore say to the aflietea
Try this Remedy fairly, It will not
harm you, you have nothing to
loso, but will surely gain a Vigo
rous Body, Pure Blood, Stronsg
Norves and a Cheerful Mind.
1rinclpnt offnce, 35 Murry St., N. Ye
PRICE 25 CENTS.
Sold by Druggists throughout the world.
TUTT'S HAIR DYEs
CRAY limn on Wnlsxzno chang! to a Gr~1s
Ac ansi alpliationof IsDirE. t
parls a Natitral Gconlor. acts Inut-iantanocuai. and Is
as larnteis as spring water Nold ty J)rujr&ust or
fent by express on receipt ol ii.
Offioo 35 Murray St.v Now York.
TIUE FRIEND OF ALL
"I had no appetite; IIolloway's Pills
ye me a hearty one."
"Your Pi lls are marvelous."
"I send for another box, and keep them
in the house."
"Dr. Holloway has cured my headaoho
that was olhronic.
"1 gave one of your l'ille to my babe
for cholera miorbus. Theo dear little
thing got well in a day."
"Aly nausea of a morning is now
"Your box of Holloway's Ointment
enred me of noises in the head. I
rubbed somne of your Ointnent behind
the cars and the noise has left."
"Bond meo two boxes; I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar; your price is 25
cents, but the medicine to mec is worth a
"ncm five boxes of your tlls,"
"Let me have- three 'boxes of your
Pills by return mail, for chills and
I h:ave over 200 such testimonials as
those, but want of space compeis me to
'Fon CUTAXEOUJS DIsOnDRS,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Olnt
ment is most invaluable. It does not
heal externally ailono, but penetrates
withI the most searching effects to the
very rcot of evil.
P'ossoeed of this remedy, every mar
may be0 own doctor. It may be rubbed
into the system, so as to reach any in
ternal complaint; by these means, curei
5(ores or ulcors in the throat stomach,
liver, spine or other parts. It is an in.
fallible reinedy for bad legs, bad breasts,
contracted or stiff joints, gont, rheumna
tium, and all skin diseases.
IMI'ourANT CAuTo.-None are genuine tml
less the signature of J. iJAYDOOKs. as agent toi
the United states surrounds each box of Pilli
ad 'intmnent. flexes at 95 centr, 89 cents, anc
01' There Is considerable saving by taking
the large' sizes. HOLLOWA Y & C).,
feb 15-1y New York.
P3URE Rye WVhiskey, Ale, Porter ant
B. oda WVater for sale by
iHE undersigned would call especial
..attention to their neOwly-rooeived
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Those goods have been so looted witi
special reference to the wants of this
market, and will be sold at
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
The stock consists of too many articles to
be enumerated in enadvertisemient An
examination can alone satisfy purchaEers.
A call from purchasers is respeotfull
P. LAM)1E]KII & BROe.,
Congress street, one door mouth of Morris
Hotel, Winsboro, S. 0.
se pt 80-zttf
Yi only pure Steo Mountin Con
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
George L. Kennedy, Plaintilr, vs.
Jame A. Kennedy -aid Others, Do
IN purstance of an order of the Court
o colinon Pleas, Iade in the
above-stated case, I will offor for sale
before the court-house door in Winns
boro, on the fiest Monday iII Decm
ber next, within the legal hours of
sale, at public outcry, to the highest
bidder, the follow4lig-described yrop
erty, to wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land, with cottage and all other build
ings thereon, lying, bein and situato
In the county of Fairflehf. in the State
of South Carolina, containhig st-iEN
TY-FIVE ACHES, more or less, aind
bounded by lands of W. W. Kennedy,
Mrs. M. E. Kennedv and the Esta'te
of John P. Thomas,'deceased.
TElMS OF SALM,:
Cash on the day of stile, the pur
chaser to pay for all necessary papers.
C. C. C. P. F. C.
W)nusboro, S. C.,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY.PF FAIRFIE LD.
Henrietta J. Martin, Plaintiff, vs.
Samd. B. Clownoy, and Others, Dc
IN >ursuance of an order of the
Court of Common Pleas, made in
the above-stated case, I will offor for
sale before the Court House door in
Winnsboro, on the first Monday in
December next, within the legal hours
of sale, at public outcry, to the highest
bidder, th. !ollowing-described prop
ert to wit:
Al that piece, parcel or tract
of land, lying, being and situate
In the county and State aforesaid, oin
the waters of Jackson's Creek, waters
of Littlh itiver, containing Four :x
DRED AND FIFTY-TIIMEE ACHES, more or
les, bounded by lands formerly be
longing to the estate of Thoma Stitt,
deceased, lands of John A. Robertson:
of W. J. Crawford, of Samuel B.
Clowney and of James Harden and be
ing tracts A, B and C on a plat of the I
]ands of Thomas Stitt, deceased, made
by J. F. Lyles D. S. lin September
'ERMS OF SALE.
One-third of the purchase money to
be paid iI cash, for the balance a credit
of one and two years from the day of
sale, with Interest from day of sale,
the purchaser to give his ' bond se
cured by a mortgage of the premises
sold and to pay for all necessary pa
W. i. KERR,
Clers Ofice, C. C. C. P. F. C.
Winnsboro, -8. C.,
Nov. 6th, 1879.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Witte Bros., Plaintiirs, 'vs. John EasIeF,
IN pursuance of an order of the Court
.1of Common leas made in the above-]
stated case, I will offer for -sale, boere the
court-house door in Winnsboro, on the
first Monday in December next, within
the legal hours of sale, at publio outcry,
to the highest hidder, the following-de
scribed p)roperty, to wit:
All that niece, p,arcel or tract of land,
siuat partl In th0 county of Fairfleld,
and partly in the county of Ker4haw, in
the said htate, containingTrunEE nUNDnE.D
AND Two ACnES, more or less, and bound
ed on the north by lands of llenry Ilois,
on the south by lands of J. 3. ihu h, and
on the West by lands of Joseph Lauhon
and Patrick F lnnagan.
One-third of the purchase money to be
paid in cash; for the balance a credit of.
one and two years from the dlay of sale,|
with interest fromfr said day, the purchaser
to gve his bond, scoured by a mortgage
of te premises sold, and to pay for all
necessary papers. WV. 11 . KERR,
Winnsboro C C.,
Nov. 6, 1870.
nov 8- Id
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Lucy Caldwell, Plaintiff, vs. Mary L. Nel
son and O)thers, Defendants.
T I usac of an order of the Court
.l. f Cmmo Plas,made in the above
stated ease, I will offer for sale, before
the court-Ijouse door in Wininsboro, on
the first Munday In December next, vwith
in the legal hours of sale, at Pulito out
cry, to the highesa, bidder, the following
ing described property, to wit.:
All that piee. parcel or tract of land,
lin being and aftuate ini the county
of arneld, ini the State of South Caroli
na, containin~g PIvh BUNDnED AND 'rHRTY
AcREs, mere or less, and bounded as fel.
lows: on the north by lands lately of
Thomas Anderson, on the east by lands
of John Harrison and Israel Byrd, on the
south by tihe public road leading from
Winnsboro to Kincald'us Bridge, and on
the West by said public road and by
land. latel7 belonging to the said Thomas
This land has been divided into two
tracts, of which a plat will be exhibited
on the day of sale, and Ihe tracts will be
sold soparately. Tihe plat may be ex
amine dat the Clerk's office.
TERMS OF SALE:
One-third of the purohaso-muoney to- be
paid in cash, the balance in two equal
annual Instalments from day of sale, with
interest from the day of sale, paable an
nually, the purchaser to give frthe said
balance a bond secured bya mortgage of
the premises, and to pay r ail necessary
papers.W . U. KERR ,
Clerk's Office 0. 0. 0. P. F.'0,
Winbo 8 b.,
STATE OF SOUTH OARlOLINA,
Jbhn 0. Seers,.I'laintift, vs. Henr
Heins and Te Central National Bank
of Columbia, Sou6h Carolina, Defend
IN puruanceof an order of the Court of
ommon Pleas, made In the above
stated ease, I will offer for sale, before
the court-house door in Winnsbero, on
the fhit Monday in December next, with..
lath elea ros of sal, at pulc out
Cry, tte highest bidde the following.
dl thte 0to wit:- o sd
WlAe that th es an of lrsawd
Dunnagan's and Sawyers bmnolies,
waters of Bear Creek, wator% of Twenty
lve Mile Crook, supposed to contain six
teen hundred aeros, more or less, and
3omposed vf a tract of seven hundred and
Ifty sores, more or less, granted to John
5mith, eighty-nine and a half acres, late
he property of Sarmu' 1 Peak, originally
granted to Mary Gordin, eighty-nino and
6 half ares, late the proporty of Susan
iah Rush, deceased, originally granted to
dairy Gordin, nid two parts of a tract of
welvo hundred acres, grantod to John
Jillivg-bounded on tho south by lands
wnod by Junies Crayon, Calvin Rose
Id others, east by lands of the Estate of
"hnanuel Rush and the Estato of Leris
logan, north by lands of John 11arrison,
he Estate of Willis Molton and othors.
nd west by land of Dr. Williatu Hall
Ud others, being the tract con oyed by
L'houns H. Clarke to IIenry Hoins oigh
euth day of March, 1870.
T1I'S 0 ISALE :
One-third cash, the bol:%nceon'a orodit
>f one and two years, ti. . credit portion
D besecured by bond of the purchasor
aud a lnortgage of the. promxises sold.'
Clerk's Ofilce, C. C. C. P. F. C.
Vinnsboro, .. U.,
Nov. 6, 1879.
3TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
%obertson, Taylor & Co., Plaintiffs, vs.
Cathorine Lacd, A. W. Ladd, 0. 11.
I N pursuance of an order of the Court
of 'onion Pleas, nuaido in the above
itated case, I will offor for sale, before the
Jourt House door in Winnsboro, on the
list Monday in Deceinber next, within
he legal hours of sale, at public outory,
o the highest bidder, the following
leso ibed property, to wit:
All that ieco, p>arcel or lot of land, con
aining oNE IHALFOF AN ACTtE, more or Iess,
ying and situate in the town of Winns
oro, in the Stato ar t %unty afore:-aid,
nl bounded as folluws: on the north by
he lot upan which the court-house
tands and is sititted, and the lot of Jno.
r. Neil, on the enst by Con gro-s street, on
he sonth by lot of A. P Miller, and on
he west by lot of .% iss Josephine N.
jad-1, having a front of ono hundrod and
kye feet on said Congress street, and run
ling back westerly two hundred and ten
eet, and being the lot known oi the plain
if said town as lot numbered forty-four
TT.1lS OF SA LE:
One-third of the purchase-money to be
>aid in cash, for the baliac, a credit of
no and two years from the day of wale,
vith annual interest froun said day, the
urchaser to give his bond, seoured by
6 inortgago of the premise sold, and to
>ay for all necessary papers.
W. 11. KERR,
Clork's Office, C. 0. C. P. F. C.
Ninnsboro, S. U.,
Nov. 0, 1879.
CL ERI'S SA LE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF FA IFIELD.
Jhartotte M. McCord, Plaintiff, vs.
Asburv K. Duriham and Others, Do
IN pursuance of an order of the
Court of Connon Pleas, ma111de in
he above-stated case, 1 will oi'er t'or
ale, betore the court-house door in
Winnsboro, onl the flirst Monday in
)ecember next, within the legal hours
>f sale, at public11 outciry, to the highest
)idder, the fol low ing-dcscribed pr'o
>orty, to wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
and, lying, being and situate in the
ounty of Fairtld, State of South
Jar'ollina, conitaiing ThmEE HlUNDRIED
(NxD TIImITY-sIX ACRES, more or less~
>einig the samie tract of' land conveyed
o Emma D). D)urham, deceased, by L.
WV. D)uvall, shei', of FairfIeld county,
>y deed h)ear'ing date the- day of
--, A. D. 186-, lad ini said deedI de
iec'ibed as a tract of lawlI contaiing
biree hundred andl thirty- three
ter'es, more or less, situate anid being
n the county of FnirfIeld, and adjoin
meI lands of' W. T. Nelson, T. W.
Woodward, Mr's. Sarah McCants and
TERMS OF SALE:
Cash on the day of sale.
W. HI. KERR,
C. C..C. P. F. C.
WVinnsboro, S. C.,
Nov. 6, 1879.
CL ERK'S SALE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
Henry W. Scott and John P. Cross
Plaintifl's, vs. Sarah Carman anl
I N p)ursuiance of an order of the Couri
of tConuon Pleas, imade in the
above-sated ease, I will oi'r for salo,
before the court-house door in Winns
boro, on the first Monday in Dcem
ber next., within the legal hours of
Rale, at publicoutcry, to the highest
bidder, the followving-described prop
ertv, to wit:
Al1 that piece, parcel or tract of land,
lying, being and situate in the county
of Fairfld, State of South Carolina,
known as the "Home Tract," contain
lng ONE HIUND)RED ACREs, more or loss,
and bounded on the north by lands o1
Samuel Owens,.on the east by lands
of C. H1. Seruggs, on the sou th by
lands of' 'Wllliam Boyd, and on the
wvest by lands of Mary Boyd.
TERMS OF SA LE:
One-third of the purchase-money t(
be p)aid in cash, the balance in tW(
equal annual instalments from day o;
saile, with interest thereon from the
day of sale, payable annually; the
purchasber to give- for such balance
bond, secured by a mortgage of the
pi'omises sold, and to pay for all neces
W. H. KERR,
Wlnneboro, 8. C.,
Nov. 6, 1879.
NOTICE TO' TRESPASSERS.
A LLperonsare hereby notift ed noi
~.tohnt or otherwise trespass or
the plae known as the "depes Place.
Any one so doing will be deelt with no.
cording to law, L. SIhrPSON,
Snov 4-t8 Agt.
E ED Barley, lRed May and G1a1
W ~heat, No. 1 Red Rust-roof Oats
raised by myself, D. I. FLENNIKN.
HE undersigned have fred aurt
19 ~s~hIund~er tho stl of -LESP.
& IAIO, for the praoto f law in all
the courts of F'airfteld oonnt .
oat I8d. Vw WM I.L1h5
YELLOW PEVER-BLACE VOMIT
It is too soon to forget the ravaces of this
torilble disee, wlich will no doubt returm in
a more malignant and virulent form in the fall
montits of 1879.
MEtUtELL'8 IEPATINN, a remody discov
ered in Southern Nulia and used with sueh
wonderful results in South Anmerlea where th
inoit ag ravated cases of fever are founi,
causcisolil one to two ounces'of bile to ,o
filtered or strained from the blood eaCI t11ic It
passes through tile liver, as long as an excess
of bile exists. By it wonderful action on tiht
Liver and stomacit the 1lIHATINK nt 0111,v lpr
vents to a certainty iny kiti of Fever id1
Blaek Vomilt., but, alsco etuees Hleancho, uonit.u
P>ation of the Bowels, Dyspepsia and all
No one need fear Yellow Fever who will
expel the lularial PoIson and excess of bIle
from tile blood by using Ml:mvil's ilrlrs.
wiich is sold by all i)rug:is in 25 cotit, 11lid
$1.00 bot.lo3, or will be sent by express by t(Ie
A. F. M EIItEL, & CO., Phila., Pa.
Dr. Pemberton's Stillingim or Queen's
i''The reports of woirrlctres of l heillo1
t.tism, Scrofula, Salt Rtheum, kyphills, ner4 ,
Ulcersann Sores. that, coie fron aIl 1 1t.4 of
1,110 0otintry, are not onlv renorkable imut mo
Intraculous as to be doubted was it, not, for the
abundance of proof.
Romarkable Cure of Scroula, &o.
CASE OF COL. j. C. BR(ANSON.
KI ENSTON, GA., 8epteinber10, 1SI.
ORNTM :-For sixteen yearsl have ben a great
sufferer from Herofti in its mo0., doist.re'.i4:g
forIns. I have been conilned to iuy roOm, atij
bed for fifteen years with etotlious ug la
tioU. The Inost approved reineftls fo, to, h
Ca8E1 hnd been USed, tnI tile mlo8t,eit,
phy-Icians emnstitedl, It31out anl)- dmei(l(!d
enellt. Thus prostrated, dist.e:e.,1 depond
lIg, I was tlvi;,E by Dr. Ayer. nr Floyti (oun.
,y. GIa. to cornmnce thec use of yoar C"nI4oa~d
Cxtract .Ilingia. Latiguage Io ti.4 ilislillkei.it
to desrilbe the relief I otninlet from tle wv of
tile St.ilingLa na tt 1.i to colivey ain ad(tillate
Iden. of the Intensity of m11y suffering bIforo
usiig your ileledicle; isliielen lt to say. I ' bati
doned all other remnedle: ati([ cont tined t.e 3aso
of yotir Extraet of StIllingia, until I carn pay
t,ruily "I am cured of all 'pain," of all dim-ee,
wil I nothing to obstruct. the active puirstlitof
my professiosn. More tihan eigittfmont.ih have
elapsed mince this remarkablo cure, without,
iniy roturn of the diseaso.'
For tile truth of tile above st4ternetit. I refer
to any gentleman in liartow County, 0a., atil
1)t110 lienlb3 of the bar of Cherckee Circuiti,
'whro are acqliminted with ile. I shall over
remain, wit i the deepest, gratitudo,
Your obedient. servant.,
J. U. DRANSON, Att,'y. at Law.
WHSTPOINT, GA., Sept. 10, 1870.
0rNT.R:-.%Ty dnughter wasj takenl ('1n14, 2.5th
day Of .111110, 18#13, with wilt was siliseCm to be
Acute Riteunatismn, and was t.reltei for Ile
millino will% no succes. In Marslh, following.,
pieces of bone tegan to wYork ot, of (le ri'it,
31n, And colntInuelld to appear tl till I 1 I one
flon, tile elo)%W to he holder joint. Itlee Tit..
Maany 1cces of bone clime olit, of right, foot an1d
leg. 'I he case was then prone.nect onl. of
White Hwelling. After having b.,en conf!nedi
about; six year- to her bed. andl([ the cast con
sllered hopeless, I WIt inodliM-1d to 1 ry 1). Vemn
bertons's Compouni Ext ra1t of li lingla, 1(1
wa,i so well satlilel with i:, effects (inm t Iave
continlied the us0 of it Un'tilie prlelltIjt.
My daughter wasconlined to IlerI bed about,
six years before she mat, up or.even tirile(i ove4r.
withouthelp. She now sits up all day, and
sews most, of her time-h-lins wa lkel acOss ihe
room. 1Hcr general hlialth is 1nw goO , n1(l I
believe site wIll, as her Iljnmb,4 g111n stl-engj),
walk well. I at.trItite her r'eceve-y. wit hi ie
blessing of God, to tile use of your Invaluable
With gratitude, I am, yours truly.
W. X. BLANTON.
WEST PoTNT. 0.n., Sept.. 1IC, 1870.
0 ENTS :-The above certiilcato of Mr. iv. 11.
Planton we know anid certify to as being rue.
'The thing is.o hundrefs of the most, I e4peCt
ed citiz.ens will certify to it.. As much jeLeience
can be given as may 1be rvquIred.
Your.s t uly.
CRA W V1H i WAi F E, Druggistz.
lON. 11. D. WILLIAMS.
r DR. P11 BE RTON 's ;'I TT.1JNGTA ia pre
pared by A. F. M1fER I,, & CO.. Phila., Pa.
8old by all Druggrsis in $1.00' bott,s, or sent
by express. Agents wanted to canvass every
Send for Rool-"Curio's Htory"-free to all.
ledicnes sent to poor people payable 1in instal
FR ESH GOODS.
JUST opened a. ice Jot of Kenitucky
A choice lot of Sugar Cure'd Hlams,
average size 12 lbs., Breakfast Strips,
All kinds of fresh grocerles arriving
daily. All the favorle branlds o
Chewing andl Smoking Tobacco. Give'
nmi a call an~d get a baigain.
W II. DONLY,
nIov 4 On the Cornior'.
WE respectfully call the attention of
tho public to onr new lot of
Goods, and requeost an Inspection of them
before purchasing. Our goods havo been
carefully selected, bought at bottom
prices, and will be sold as low as they
can be bou gIt from anyb.ody anywhere.
WVe wvould call the attention of the
ladies to our line of Cloaks, Dress goods,
Fanoy Goods, Hlosiery, etc. A very )ret
Our Gents' Goods deopartmeont is com
plete in every thing.
In heavy goods, sucb as Jeans, Rersieys,
Flannels, Hlomespuns, Blankets, &e., wve
are full up, at the lowest prices.
8HOGES! BSHOES I SHOES! !!
Come and examine our Shoes before
buying. Call and se0 our stook, and we
wil .convince you that we sell goods as
oheap as anybody.
h'W We are agents for J. & P. Coats'
Spool Cotton. and Boeldini Bros. & Co.'s
Spool Silk-Now York Prices.
McMASTER, BIRICE & COJ.
A week in - 01 own~ town, and no
stes a a v iot e
por,un ve offered t0Yose~ w it o
seekfr yoursef y at yu can doatilbu
ness we offer. No oi to te xplain llore. Yo3l
can devt-all -our tu or or.ly your Spare
t,imo to u n~ ~ and make great ayfor
evey hour th Wr.Women n~~
card times w ie you
t Atig1 i-einyly O . Polland/Ndln6.
OK th "KyFnt g
RENN E' -kw#
Tirs standard article is coipound..
ed with the greatest care. 3
Its effects are as woliderful and ats
satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded hair to its
It removes all eruptions, itching
and dandruff. It gives the head
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfrort, and the scalp by its use
becomes white and clean.
By Its tonic properties It restores
tle capillary glands to their nor-mal
vigor, preventhig baldness, and iak.
ing the hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, iothing has beei
found so efrectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assayer
of Massachusetts, says, " The con
stituents are pure, and carefully se
lected for excellont quality ; and I
consider It the BEST PREPARCATION
for its intended purposes."
Price, Ono Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may be
rolled on to change the color of the
beard from gray or any other undesir
able shade, to brown or black, at dis-.
cretion. It is easily applied, bein- in
one preparation, and quickly and f'
fectually produces a permannt color,
which will neither rub nor wash ofi
Manufactured by F. P. HALL & C0.6
O19 by &ll DruggiI, a Dealfr Aa U40jul.
'u0h1 r PuIl-1 Il- e . of, [Inion,O
gals, uirtiic-al "iPbliatio lsaid
Ml u.irval urmet
wvho Mre iiv totheir
(;w;) 11in-ri-st will
buy fromi the
NIQ IPOT OF '1il- SOUTH:
LUDDEN & BATES
I30-1.I 10 I:JTE
C:AVANNA T, GA.
ArorsTiA. (lA. ATIl.Arr A. a U
GeO. )i tion & co. . .i r.tt:iter & (X0.
(UllAlcr1*i'JTN, 8. U. IUIIA H LO T1 I. U.
U. L.. M1(1' Pl' hIl n & U.).1 Mi-:nit h MI .4 a 11
A. 11. ().Intll.I BrownIh- l1Uhers,
savan tinh, (ta. ';s .hr (Grand MtII'l Centr'i re of i
so1. lb iisi'n. snui.h, andi~ frola this Central*~
J).'l.,r In '.in . D p.t. wvi th its c h tin of
lIranc.h ?.fu:st~Ic ot , nll ta nd..r
one o nWe'm;inti u nel lut ving
arIe ri.awn t he Iudet
sup lies oC- t he ..Uutil.
A. IGNIFICENT~SdC IT II
I NTRODUCTION SALE
rThe onlyv Ba or the ind ri 't','tCe.4fully ~
earried out, int i he'. 13. l've thotixandl it nnl.
rIfl:LIlnzi i at iFac tory Ihaces for' Cash, or
Ten of t, le;adin~g Mantacr., of theU. s.
ha e given its exclusive coat tol of thteir instru-I
luentoin t heI Sothi, fl authoriz.ed us to plnco
for JI 001 intrdcin a11( .\dver1 tiemitnt Onc 'IThowi-.
fand. of I heir bet' IIusitrumlents tn rIpri xentat ivo
etuthrn hkouseholds at,L Factory' wailesao
SE~E THlE PRICES.
PIAOc ot. thun 1no-4vWOdrved gin~
toO Lg. six Years aunrantee. $
PIANOS 7! Oct. une nswo,Cary-$155
PIANOS TVoc sIiar (hand, su25
All gunattrcd Iirutintc. ]Iikotr nnc
On each. Firteen, ])tys'Tilal if wanted, wo pci
t,he fielght, it no 51.0. A t.il! ((oats not hin,
inlstrinnt, don't, suit- flon't' hesite toorr
MASON AMD HAMIN ORIGANS.
AIAUoN & HlMAh,tN
- ~ tguns. Not, L0wct1.
U ,sI.osol $80. 10
.Iirror Top, only $100.
P'oloutbot & P'olton
o( rgans4, 6i stops,olc
ti5. 10 SLops wita
boll chtimeis, oliy $100.
send for Int,ronu:ction salo circular gIving~
prices nt rull iufotrmation.
l'Tho mngnileeni; Chnickering, TinHect & Davis
Webor, latthushaek southern (oeml Dixtoe anI
Ftavorlt-o Phianos, lAsRon & hitmlin, Polouibt
Polton and sterling Or gns all Incl ided In this
sal1o. A clon n sweep. Noreservo. All new Ini.
etruments of latest styto. Fresh fromn Fa ctory
Lnrgest selection of stanird1 instI-utnOntscyoor
offrerd by any hottse.
IMPOR TANT P to"
L DEN BATES.
Hgor~ 1 gosV
+ WCHAsLE8.81 -
ftThd sit ltoh thrIee pl h~1
~tcorne 8eod Qlov4r 3ed i