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iTew Advertisements,
Mr. James R. Aiken advertises a
'ariety of articles suitable for farnimr
kin d planters especially. It will be
*een that lie will have on hand, after
V ovenber Ist, cor' in quantities to
!Uit purchasers, if no less thaii 100
-bjushel. be ncodedf .
Mr J. S. Stewart gives notice of
--pplication for rendw4l.'of certificate
.-f stock &c.
Ladd'Br Co. , otify. the publio
f a new grpg.. May, their shadow
i.ever grow-lesW.
Ladd Bros under same head call on
-hobtors to "ry" up. May they aN
i.e abli.td "do just so."
See the corrected notice of Col. T.
W. WoodiVard in regard to ginning
-vottQl.
1'eliglonls seruiers, '
May bo expected to-morrow as fol
M. E. Church, Rev. A. G. Stacy, 11
A M. and 5 P. M.
. Episcopal Ch.urch, II A. M.
Previerian Chureb, Rev. I)r. Cun
'ingliam, I L A. M..
Winu4boro Prices Current.
e 'orrecl(td Ti- 1)eekly by Cathcart ,- Matthewas.
0 WINNSBORO, October 0, 1866.
A pples, 11isbel, $2 00
I agging, Gunny, 'O yard, 45gi 47
". Dudee ( " '36
I ale Itope. Mi illa, 'b.lb, 28
New Y4prk or' Wester, '1 lb, 25
AC0o), llams, 'V 11>,
Sides. '4 lb 2 5
" 811h mlers., I lb, . 22
i'utter. Coun1tryi b, '1, 25
'otlon, Yarns 'j) bunch, $2 50
Ordinary lb, 27
+ . "iddliding, - T
P'aels.1 rnfillw, lb, 50
Sperm, lb., 60
" Adtnanutine, lb, , 3
S offee, Rio, lb, - 82@:35
S .15 Lagunyra, tb, 45
" 50 Jarava, lb. 60
hee.e, English Dairy, Ib, ...
" -Gwihen, 11b, - . * 2
gis. lb- b, I 0(u 12
;:--'1st2ado, gkllon, 85
" -wPghI1111, I. Go
New Oleaus, 4 $1 25
n'al, Ib, 4 8A%94
'niosm. bushel, $1 0 ~
si, Kerosino, gallon, 1 20
' Tanners, " 1 70
orn. White, bushel, 1 70
Yellow, 1 65
I alt, Liverpool, snok, 4 50
A ards, Cottn, do, * 12 00
" Wool. " 9 Q0.
11ugar, Crushe#, lb. 23
" Powdered, 1101 28
" Brown, 1b, I 14618
" ExaC, . 18
fea, Extra unpowder, 1b, $2 00
Hyson, lb, 1 506 2 00
Black, lb. 1 256j1 50
Tobacco, Chewing, !b, , 38@_1 50
4peuie, Gold, ' 40
4 Silver, . 82
Vlour, (lointry Extra owt,. gc,}1
" Ohio,*Extra, bbl. -16 01)
Axes, W. J. Teneyok & Co., dos, 24 00
Collin, Warranted dos, 24 00
Meals, Park, ib, K . 10
## Dee .b, .8fl
" Alution, 1b, -10(12
'oltry, ThrAoy,'pa1rh-, ' KA/ r0@ .5
Ji" ucks, pair, - 75
" Chickens, pair, * 50
" Geese, par I 1 26
I.ggs, donen,. -air' 26
* A LIlgERAL PROtFEtte-We tfke
p)leasuro in giving' publiity. to,' Iu
- following anntouneement:
.CHJARLUSTON, S. C., Sept. 19. .
To 'rut EDIrdas oF Tne Cot/RIEf;
Please. tender our~ serjylces free of
tiommnissloj, 1for reoelving and for
.warding, qorn shipped to this, portde
signed for the poor in airy part of the
State,
Also, for corn bo ugh~t by commnuni
ties to be dept into the interior t.e one
address, and not intendeod for re.gal.
Pph i'te Stat l .cp n
send Ilk their bI&le , 9,P 1l
North Atlantio Whigft
* TsIPm C0)aux'1.wlE IoNS IN -TIIU4
OR.ITHIwKT.--The Ne4 York ferald
&of.Thaurstlay ways: 'EWe callihe's.n .
~ tiqp of our frdi,ioal rea.Jtp tb & he 'lete uer
of,bur .corMsponded t sh OIll& ''thb
.pipect fpo!tics inIia' '
WrirIe a m~uileman of jyldg eordfI'
his donelusions ar~e t,he redulh #1 ehrefal
and juidicioius4nvestiut uion. 'I tsu~r
thapuoit knly tie State 'f'Qllh t~)4
*ent,ire W,et will go f< r the
at the coming elections b at ' ~ -
crea~sed mnjoritieu. There er~ o
the Demnecra)# (a kedy'ti# ut a .
The ray 'hlpd1au
FOR RENT.
W ILL be offered for Rent at, the Court
liotlso.in Winnsboro, QU thq. Ist
Mondny In November, t,ho Plantationi be
longing to the Estate of Theo. S. DuBose,
deceased. Ono known as
FARMINTCON,
Situated on the Watereo (ieek, about ten
miles above -Winnsboro, and containing
2600 acres more or less. On this place is a
dwelling house and all necessary plantatioit
buildings,
ROSELAND,
Situated about three miles above Winns
boro, and containing about 600 acres. on
this'placo is a dwelling house and all ncee
sary buildings, except a gin house.
ROCK-SPRINU, ,
Situited About tour ;niles above Winns
boro, and containing about 600 acres, and
all necessary. plantation buildings.
These places aie offered thus early be.
cause frotu thcCiluro of the food crop a
small grain crop may be an important ogn
sideration to the.planter of next year. AM
though possession cannot be given until the
Ist. of January, 1867, the privilege of sew
ing grain will be allowed by ptosent holders
of the1 plaoes.
JNO. BRATTON, Executor.
8f'- gha-leston News copy once a week
untit day oct 4-Im
-uolio,)joj1 luld saolid -ilia.
*.U1ut 1aillO SU11 SU *001t.1d Mot VU.I 1)109e
oqlp lat~ tilm saIt pi.tu.% Itu jo oavIAuatlijua
ptr01t1J oi:tA -o0. 1 ti t.%% 0JMJ~o1
1o,VA&p.t1j Isullm4ptuf '.1911ul' Ojos
'Nut
-110 oPUIV Xpuei jo quotupaosS9 eug V
-s.villo puu diF.% '' epliaT '91au
-.1*11 11u9Nj puu 2'2na tuaippug 001 'suot
!X -ol ljlt 11100 ~ t (101! qj U1 ulql~4
JOA0 26sladuoa) spoofl sousv o,
Huq Eli Sq siu) no lAw i hand peson *.
'OUIV XA00QAt)
a ut u! OD1i .OAO pui odo d l *Zuom l
nu 6ter1llept -001H c.oseq uaajjo.eruq
-Ni1I1l5~ q ot antold *lq 07o 0 9
1u03ujI *tplll 1, a)[133) t3rillsfIf
_U3 A I) JU3HAstfJ
Ginning Done for the Fourteenth.
ffEI;E being no law in t he land persons
. must Incur their own risks from firg
itndt 6ther lawleRs -acts consequent thefd'on.
Grinding done on Wednesday *andHafar
day.. - T. W. V1 OODWA RD.
oat 4-tlxl.
BAGOIlNG, ROPE atid TWINE.
IVNNY and Dundeo' Ba ging. For sile
ny BACOT. RIV RS & CO.,
oct I-tf Nov 2, Hotel Bange.
NAIS! NAILSI NAIIS!
6, 8, 10. 20 and 40 Penny, Pots, Skil.
.9 lets, Irry.Pn nit.
Bk'OT, RIVERS & CO..
Oct 2-tf - No. 2, Hotel Range.
Coffee, Gren aid Black Tea.
[1RUSHED, Clrifld-and lrown. Sugars,
U Soda Sugar. WLne-n itter Crack.
el's. BIACOT, RIVERS & CO ,
ot 2-tf - .No, 2, Hotel Range.
CHOICE. MOLASSES
AN5D,folden Syrup,
1'. . ACOTr, RI.V.ER8 & CO.,
go1 2.-f ; N.o, S.. HIotel ZIange,
line Bacon Sides and Hlams.
BAI,TM0%Ed UR fEWliid and
. EACOT, RIVERS-& CO.,
oety9-If - No..Hotel angs.
Is -pg6s gt~tra~$.
a'leI4& b6f Fenol Merjnoes
an ofaWs e very varIety' Anef Style:
eoalarge, l' rInts of thbesi getugndl
pun ofet , a ir'so.AliIge lot of
4 a 4t .-el, ao-dan
-t Flan~a t: ees ;.a&n) ot6
DRY: GOODS.
(IAMCOES,Delaines, Pong Cloths, Brojrn
V Shirtings and 4heetings, 8atinets,
Plain and Eipirpidored Linen Qambrio
Handkerchiefs, Coats Cotton, all Nos.
Men's and Women's Boots and Shoes,
Boys Shoes, Misses and Ladies' fine Glove
Kid Gaiters und Hosery, Men's, Boys aid
Misses Hats.
JAMES G. MILNOR.
oct 6-tIf
OROCERIES.
Salt in seamless saks, over 200 lbs.
each, Coffee, of three qualities, Sugar Crush
ed, Granulated and brown of several'gradej.
Spices, Nut Megs, Pepper, Soda, Citron,
Currents, Almondt4. Cox's Geletine, Con
Starch, Powder, Shot, (all sixes) Caps, 0. D.
Water Proof and MusketI *
JA MES G. MILNOR.
Oct 6-tf.
TIN WIARE.
Bufkets, Cups, Milk and Dish Pans,
Bakitg Pans of blook tip, .Was Basips,
Plain.Palted end Block Tin Mu n in ,
Patte Pans, Cahdlt Moldt(, Pilnted T%n
Toys, Meat Forks, Basting Spoons, DIV
pers, &o.
ALSO,.
Panknin's Hepatic Hitters, Lyons Kathal.
ron, Fresh Salmon, Fine Segars. -
GUNNY BAGGING AND ROPE,
Nails, Old Dominion and Empire State,
all sizes. JAMES 0. MILNQR.
oct 4-tf
i .B0 .T.
A T public out-ory a, the Court House in
Winnsboro, # the At Mondeay In
November nexr,mmits rented privately' be
fore tben, the large MILL HOUSE, near
the old Freight Doot Apply to
oct, 4-Im G . H. MeMASTER.
FURNITURE I~FURIIINifET
- MADE, REPAIRED
AND
THE SUBS0MIBER
having bought all in
terest in the
Furniture Store -ad Shop,
lately under.oharge qf A. W. Ladd, Agent,
respectfully informs the
that he is prepared to do all work in his line
with
NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
All Articles and Jobs must be paid for
IN CASH
before leaving the Shop.
Lumb?r taken In exchenge for work.
A liberal patronage most respecifully so.
hIoited. D. B. McCRELOUT.
sept 20-tf
Prison Life of Ex-President
. Dav1s.
ANOTI1E supply ust ,i*ooived. Also
BIII- Arp, on hanl
KETCIN, -MoMASTER & Co.
sept 11-tr
JUST REUNIV.
DuBOSE EGLESTON & C0,
NO. 3, H0TEL RA1OE.
R&CON SIDES,
and Shoulders,
Lat'd,-- -* .
Cheese's,.
P4ar Starch.
Twine, &o.
$XQKIN(G TOBA000,'
.-Consisting of the following bu ands,
Killiokiniek,
Richmond Pride,
Piny Woods,
J3ig Lick,
V.olet,.
-PIPES I PIPES I
A fine assortment of Brier Root lipes.
SEGAES.
A large asvottment of fine brands.
Terms cash. - sept, 29-If
-Quinirte,
DlOVEIR'8 'OWDEII8, Sulphuric Eth,ef,
VCrdamon Seeds, dh'sd6omI54SPlow
era, Chlor6form, Lidorid%, deorrosive Z4ubli.
logno, Tricophorous, Afnold's Writing
Fluid..- Ju. received by
S1 ETCHlIN, oeMASTER~ & 00.
BOOT AND SHOE
MANUPAO TORY.
T DE9 leave to lci n.y.
L fheadns and pairos
that t hae. reduuted my
baues atahe oi p 4 U~
cpede by John Crmer.
All work mnado and repair-.
e4 af,thete4,.eente
t.WiI aCEJ nd
to-y taalnt
AT TEI
AND
TRI-WEEKLY NEWS
Og ilt DONSE A4; XINDS OF
IoB WORK,
IN THE NEAtEST STYLES AND
WITH
As the *oullition of our Papers id
rapidly.inoreasing throughout the Dis
tri'ot, we offer great induoements to
the Advertioing Public,
McCREiGH10', GIN SBOP,
ESTABLISHED IN1600.
G INi made and repaired. Also, the fa
Mos
eCh9IGIT ILISI B ST lILL,
FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
a new and neat pattern on.hand.
aug 21-6ma
POCKET AND TABL
CUTTLERY
AUGER8, CHISSEL8, &c.,
IRON, STEEL and N&ILS,
BELLOWS, ANVITS, VICES,
XISHER & LOWRANCE,
sept 27-2w Columbia, G. C.
JOHN C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
Al the Sign of ths Golden Pad Leck,
e OLUMB1A, S. C.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAID,
Impoerter and Daler la Eglish and
Ameriesm
H ARDWARt& OUTLEINY,
IRON. STEEL,
Nails, Castings,
.*B otig Ulothus,
Cirottlar Saws,
MIll Irons,
Sugar Pans,
INDIA RUBBEg AND LEATilER BELTING,
Carp.entes, Weseksudkk
and Tpnisors' Teta, *
- Housekeeping and
Furnishing Ilatdl*are,
ASRICU!.TURAL IMPLUMENTI,
Lime, U14*Se.
Piatols.
Shof, p3e1,.
Powder. Flasks,
set-m Poirdei, St, &e.,
Genm'I Sai$'s 0O00, C. & S. C.
*Railroad.
- Leve 0eat . I. 18.
Arrveit at -8080 A. M.
een't..BSaO'.
-Xiohlnery Oil,
TVRAIN Ot, Xeirotione 011, Cohoefitrated
XLyi-, ChromRe Geen, Turpentine Boap
Lamp Blao VenbWXan. R4d and Parlor
Matoles. For sale by
K9TCHlIN, MoASTt & CO.
teot 11-t
G. W. WILLIAMS& 009
ChURCH 81.,. CHAR,ESTON,O, 8 C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
COMISSION MERCHANT8,
NEW YORK.
16betal Osh advances Mill be made on Cott
ton consi ed to either house.
loot
FOR PALATKA,
Fernandina, $ackOnvile, and aft
the Landings on the St.
John's Rive. '
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
. ".ICT.A.TOR?1
1000 TONS BURDEN,
(APTAIIN LOUIS . COXETfTER
W ILL.SAIL FlFQM. AOEII8 WHARF
FOR THE ABOVE NAAED PLACES
eW Sathrda#, at 8 o'clock, P. M., until
furt nr orders..
ot- Preight or PMssage apply on bpard;
or to the Office bf the Agency, No. 17 V4di6
oterhorst'a Whdir.
sept 29-ftJ. I$. AIKEN & CO., Agents.
PLANTERS' KOTL%,
toh.t QUE9N AND 0MUROF IT511131
01HARLBSTON, 8. 0.,
T. W. & J. B. DENNIS1 Propriitors.
P 18 splendid 110TE will be opened od
the Ist'of October,' on thoe European
syaet- It haes bee4 remodelled rud refur
nished thfobgho it. trhil IotW contains
over ono hduped rooms, which will be-'
served chie y fr the use of travellers And
transient tsai Clinetent assistants
.have beet sebQdi'e li enr, department, and
every attentlqn *ill be jald to ensure com
fort to their ou0tolpeis. The sleeping
rooms are airy and daq. the resturant
will be supplied with the beqt fare the nar.
ket a'grds.. Portets wil aljrays be ready
to attend each arrivi nd departure of
trains. The' travelling publid, transient
visltop and others, will find in It 4ll tha
wsries of a frst-class house. combined
w the comforts of home. - The Ideation is
,any adapted for busIness men and travel
lors. No. pains or expense will -be sare4
to give entire satisfadtion.
sept 18-2m
.4PR. BAGGET, & Co.,
FACTOS, 10 ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
CHARL,ESTON, S. C.,
Give their attention ezlusively to the
sale of
LONG AND SHORt'8TAPLE COTTON.
Libe- al- advanoes made on conaiguments
sept 6.-lawgmo
F. HORSEY,
8UC0ES80R 1(d
*Horsey, Au'en -& Co.,
lATW, CAPS ARD STRAW GOODS,
NO. 26 RAYNB STRAT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
sapt 18-Im
edeovrthe onb Carina R, 1
* GENER4L SUP'Ts OPPICE,
CsaLnsTON, 5. O.,p Sj$t. 1.
.land after Suniday, deptember 28d, the
'I asenger Trains Cf thi. rea4 vtill run
the fel.wng sdbetlile r
Lea*e'tisarloston , I1.00 a mn
Arrive at August., 8.00 p in
Leave Aunsta, 4.80 a m
Asrive at lyarleston. , 1.00 p in
Leave Charleston, 6.00 a mn
Anv t (uolumble, 'l.60Opin
Arriva a;t.Charlestori, 7 ~ .20 p. m.*
- .T. PENKE, Gen'l Sup't.
-olities adNes, -.d
liMI
Nw o amt(ESEET,
1tsumayt.a.U..mmIheU a.m

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