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WHITE WINE VINEGER,
JUST REcEIvED
BY
DuBOSE EGLESTON & COP,
NO. 3, HOTEL RANGE.
11GLI8H DAIRY CHEESES,
NEW MlACKEREL,
COFFEE,
C0118 NAMLLA Ropi,.
oct 18-t r&6, ,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
80()PAIRS LADIES' 8SH0ES,
600 Pairs Mons' Shoo$,
200 Pairs Childrdn's Shoes,
200 Pairs Boots,
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
act. 18-2w ColumbiR, 8. C.
NEW GOODSIII
THE baeribers invite %ttentlon to their
1Dr2W Tmoo-m
OF
D]rT G-OODS,
-containing the usual variety of
Iteady Aladc. Clothing.
Dresm Goods,
* Trimmauiige,
Cloaks,,
Uomn=puns,
- Linens,
Cs ssineres,
Kothoky Jesus;
Hate, Shoes and Boots;
Groceries.
Hasrdwaro,
Crockery,
Books,
Medicines and-.
Wooden Ware.
Our terms are Cash and we hope to se
cure a liberal patronage by selling at, small
profits.
KETC141N, MoMASTER t; CO.
oot 18-ar. Hotel Range.
TIN WARE! TINWAUE1t'
A LAIORE and varie:1 assortment of tht
best. hseavy,lkone **de' Tin Ware, ot
haud,ad for sal# low. i
KETCHIN, MoMASTER & CO.
Oct 18-If
TO ]%3DJ5T.
Hp ae wn ad LAGRANdE, 10al
t-n adde uGrde, one of the fiest Cot
ton and Corn ra''tations In the District
On the plad6, 14i. comfortable dwqllinj
house and all noqesiary out buildings.
The tract doiftains 1250 acres, a large por.
tion of which Is under a high state of oult.
Vation.
This~place will be'rented on the 1st Mon.
day in November next. at the Court House
Winnaboro, to the highest bidder.
For pArticulars apply to Col. James If
*op, Witnboro, or to the subaeriber a
Ygauesville. ZED. MOBLEY,
hse. 6f Will of John 0. Mobley, deo'd.
Oct. 18-t82
Commissioner's Sale.
1N EQUITY--FAIBFIELD DISTRICT.
*Thos, Yarborough and Wife, Bill for
vs. Partition of
A, J. Rfamiltbn,. et. at. ' Land.
I virttr of deoreetal order made in thl
the Houe. In Winnsboro,. on't e 1.
ModynNovember next, the tract o
laud mentioned In the pleadings in tblt
casebelonging. te the estate of Wri. J
Ifsplton, deesased. Contaltaing,
. 3,90 .&.cored,
unere or lesq, lying In Fairleld Distriet, c1
J,aokson's Creek, and bounded by lands t
Thomas Stitt, Margaret Nelton, and others
The Tsrm L OfSade..
deuA, silotlent'to pay the costs of 'aut
gad expenses of sale, and for the balance
eredit- of one, two and $hree years -to bi
-giveqs, In three annilal Iitilmtants, with in
terest froa day of sale. The pairchaser
give bond with approved seourity and
saert gg of the premises to secure the guu
olM money.
oct9-8x4 . A. (AILLARD,
oot 9t6x4 .EB. 1.1D.
- Ch010E MOLASSES
D3 DoAUOT RIVERS & C.
oe~4 ~ No2Hotl ange.
palt 18'
RARE GFANOE
FOR INV43TITN IN
. FINi., LANDS..
INEQUITY,
FAIRFIELD DI8TRI0-soUTI CARoLiNA.
Lucy Iarrison, I
vs. Decree for sale
John I. liarrison, of Lauds, &c.
Eli Harrison.
IN pursuance o'f the Doorees oftho Court of
.LEquity made in this uasi, i will offer
for Wale at public auction, at Winnsboro,
South tarolina, on Monday, th d84 day of
December next, (lWing the first Monday in
that month) several TR1OU8ANP ACRES o.
the flnest 'OTTON:.and GRAIN LANDS in
the State,. belongin* -o the estate of John
larrison, Sr., deceased.
These lands are composed of the fo1low.
Ing several tracts or plantatio4s., via :
1. The tract known as the "River ilace,"
containing abou4t 8.888 acres, more or less,
lying Iminedl*ely on the banks of the A a
toree River. 1 h2 s , plantatio contains
about 1200 acrsIn original forest; and
soveral hundred acres of rich river bottoms
now in a high btate of cultivatono; and has
upon it a'il necessary buildings.:. 4o. It is
decidedly one of the best otLo, and -grain
plantations in the Southern count,ry.
2. Tb tract known as the "bttchman's
Creek Place," containing 2,482 acres, more
or less. This tract is also a No. 1, cotton
and grain plantation, with a large creek
running through it, and hasp upq it all no.
cessary buildings for laborers. stook, &o.
' 8. The tract. knqwn as the "Bryant
Place," containing 545 acres more or less.
On this place is a very comfortable dwelling
house, with a number of out-houses, &o.
4. The tract known as the "Sandhill or
Home Placu," contalaing 808 acres, more or
less. Most of this place is in original
woods,. and is a.high aid healthy place, and
is tho homestead of the late John Harrison,
Sr.
5. Ai'he tract known as the "Concord
Church Place," containing 150 acres, more
or less. Nearly the whole' of this tract is
covered with a thlk growth of the very
largest and finestlong leaf pities, partiou.
'arly suited to Railroad purposes, shingles,
or anything which is mado from bine tita
ber'; and it lies within two miles of the
liiogeway Depot on the Charlptte'fiid
-'o0fh' Carolina Railroad, with A Aood,
level wagon road leading thereto.
0.' Thl tiact known' 'as -tii* ialt Pond
Racetrack,' oot:tAtiing '16 ibres.
the teins 9f Sale ate" 'Aij.follows: The
outohnser of 'b "Rl** Plad" will bR re
qttited to pay tesun ' otmlk handred dol
lars, and one-sixth of t1to am'it' for which
it sells, ai Its pi6poi tionatslidtb ot the
coats a d eiponses 'V the itilt and sale IN
CASH ; and kr't wilbe
giveh until the let of JaAuar#* 1868, with
interest thereon from'the 1st of January
1807, at which time possession will be given,
secured by bond with at, least two approved
sureties, a,id a mortgage of the:premises.
For all the other tracts, one- sixth of the
amotint *fblih they are bld o141 16gether
with,o tpitc as may be negj4ary, ,t aid
the "Rivdr Place" in defraying time cod4 and
expenses fs.lt and sale,'will bo re ired
to be paid it eash bn day of sal';a for
the balanoe a credit until the'lt of fr
ary 188, wilk Interest, from Arst, of JhiWiry
1I at,W, time possession will be glv
en-secured y bond with at leasl two sure
ties t ti eah, d a mortgage of the promi
see.
All the ptrphasrs wlbe required to pay
In cash'Tor tifle*, &o., &%nd au.. purbfitier
will. b at liberty to pay iq o"tahfor the
whole of his purchase if he desires to do so.
HENRY A. GAILI,ARD,
Comr. kn Equitj.
Cosimissioner's Oficeo,
Wfnn'aboro, S. C., Oet. 10th, 1866.
oct 18-t22x7
VAGGIN1G, ROPE *Ad TWINE
UNNY and Dundee Bagging. For sale
U y ' DACOT, RIVERS & CO.,.
oct 2-If No. a, Hol Range.
EXECUTOR'S SALE.
OAN the 1st Monday In November tieat, will
Ube sold at Winnsboro, the
at Blackstooks, lately occupied by Mr.
'Henry C,. Nichols, deceased,
I . ALSO
at saine time,
2 Mules,
1 Cowand.Calf,
18prfing Wagon and Rarness
. .NCOLS, Baetter,
Turms Cush. ColumbIa,' 8. C.
oot 12-xlf9 ..
LEGAL NOII.
District Court of,Fairfild.
WXINN8BORO, 8.'. Oct. 12, 1$6O6
AREE,that the Clerk of the DistI.el
U ou do give notice that this-Court Ia
now organsed,ad ready to sit InVhnbers
at the Court 11dse, for the transac,tion of
such business, wI,thM Ito jityedietion, at
may' be brough6 Ibefore it.
-Also ordered, thnt a -specIal Toe of thi
-Court be held In the -Oouvi. House on the
6qt Monday In loqber neat for the par.
osa ofarran ih Jury )1sts, sad d4at.
In L"JIWoI4s a-th Sit quarterly euI414% e
the Ogut wieta is tobe held on s eecond
.Mondy R e* fourth Mona).1au,
~nt,and that notles b4gitetrta the Be
tars e lst Bte.l essioi
Alls tha et'o , 9
e neh of C
OINANCE NO. 3.
SEq lION Iat. Be it irdeined by the ien.
- das 'and Warded# of the Town of
Wim.borougA in. Council-aswe,nbled, And by
theiaut#iority or the same, that any person
or persons failing to remove tiny nuisance
upon 1heir preoies endairgeling the health
or safety of the .residents of the Town, with
in tw. days after notifietion so to do, shall
bo Oned tive dollars; and said nuisance
shall be abated by atathority of 1he Town
Couficil at the expense of said person or per.
sons in addition tv said fie. - .
-SEO,Ttox 2d. Be it further ordained, That
any person obstructing the streets, side.
*alks or crossings of said I own, or riding
or driving upon said sidewalks except in
osse of evident necessity. shall be fined in a
sum not. exeeding five dollars for each and
every offence.
SEoToN 8d. Be it further ordained, That
any person abiting or injuring, in any man
ner or way, any' public property situated
within the oo-pwrate limits of said Jown
shall be fined in a sum not exceeding twen
ty dollars, in addition to the expense of re
pairing the same.
8ROTIbN 4th.,Beit further ordained, rhat
any person who shall lie about the sAeta or
sidowtalks In a stitte of lutoxication, or use
loud, profane or indocent language to the
annoyance of the residents of said Town.
or in any way disturb the pence and good
order of said 'own shall be confined in the
Guard House until trial; and upon trial and
conviction shall be finAd in a sant not ex.
ceeding fity dollars.
SAsc'Pion 6th. Be it further ordained. -That
the owners of lots shall be required to keep
the sidewalks In front of their lots curbed
and in good conaltioa; and in case any
owner of a lot shall, after notice to himself
or agent, fal for one week to have the side
041k in front. of his lot put in good condt
tion and curbed, the sam'e shall be 'done by
the Town Council at the expense of the lot
owner: and said owner shall be fined not
more than twenty dollars tor said failure.
Witness my hand and the corporate seal
of the sat I Town, thls the 28d of Au
gust A. D., 1866.
1 . EIITEN; Intendent.
s.1 '. Ii fLAn, Sec.
Oct 11-1( -
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9'~ ~H NOSHN0OlIJ
i i r at Co rt
8lo14IInGiuvjoqpm Poev 1, (1tq a l ga ltl
Cash, the following Real property - Pur
OQe tract of 8050 acres e2 Hr -less of
and in Fairfield k ietfiqt a eig lands of
John Harrison Sr., deceasod t N. A. PeIy,
deceased. John E. RoertsoX1 .John Robert
sen Dixon and other., .asd the Wateree
River, levied upon as tha -property of Jas.
E. D~aby (now deceased) st..the suit, of T.S8.
DuBose and R.. B. Docyleston, Exrs. vs John
Harrison Sr., Jamnes Harrison, Jas. E. Doby,
and John E..Robertson.
E. W. OIJ.EVAR,
8.F. D.
Sherif's Oile, 10th October 3.866.
opt 18.flx8.
-FOR RENT.
WTLL be offered for Rent at the Court
1 .L,se In Wi'aboro,- on the 1st
Ms ih Noveber, the Pl erny. be
the Estate o Thlea . i Bose,
Oueknown'as .~
,FARMWNON,
Situated on the Waters. Creek, albout ten
milles above Winneboro, and containing
2600 acres more or le-s. On this place is a
direling. house and all necessary plantation
'buildings.
ROSELAND, -
Situated about three les above . Winne
boro, and containIng about 600 acres. On
this place is a dwelling blotse end all nec..
sary buildings, exoept a gin house.
ROCE-8PRINQ,
*Situated about four mile aliove Winns
boro, gud containing about 600 acres, and
all necessary plantation buildings.
- flhese .plane. are efered thup early be
causefrom the failure of the fodd erop a
sidestlnto Sih panter f n e ys. An
Thea pseson, cannot be len until the
1st oJaua 71867, the pri hege of sew
eNO aow4by presene holders
of te.~~New . ARAT( xEuutor.
GRiAT ATTRACTIONI
.VAtL AND *114
DRY GQDSO
[ am now rec4lvipg and opening our
FALL and WIWER STOCK, which
a large and attractive
Embracing a large lot of French Morinoes
tnd Delains of 'every_ ;,r1ety and , style:
dlso a large lot of Pr Of the beat brands
ind style; also UlakAkon Brown Home;
tpun' of every variety;, IWO a large lot of
era Flanne al I also Red and
i. Fnne all p f a -i,lot of
French Broad .0"hCa imee,
3attineig, TweeJs an . eans eierv
)olor and prioe ; also it large lot of lteady
4ade Clething of every. style and pattern,
k1s6 a latge lotof Menst and"Boys',Felt Hats
kt all prids le o .a lar e lot of Ladies!,
Sena', Bey., Mf ses, and Childrens' Shoes,
1184 Rokiry, 01tvos; P'ertuviaity, *i.i d1so
k large lot Ladies and Misses liats..
All of which we offey at reasonable ptices.
We return our thanks to ouj frigadi for
heir liberal patronage herotofore' .
JACOB 9OLFE.
.oct 2-im
3i.AJSTfIES I
HISIESEWINES!!
'AltD, DUPRY & CO.,'FRECHI BRAN
DY,
J. t'ennessy Cognao Brandy,
Old Morton Brandy,
"Unole Bob Lee" Ryo Whiskey,
Old Bourbon Whiskey,
Monongahola Whiskey,
Old Holland Gin,
Old 1ale Sherry,
Duff Gordan Golden Sherry,
Old 1'4adeira Wine,
Newton, Gordon & Co., Madeira Wine,
P. M.. Morton's Old Port Wine,
'"Pure Jule" Port Wine.
,lxese Wines Whiskies and Brandies. are
WARRANTED -PUME,
%nd will be sold .nly for Medicinal purposes,
unless bought by the ease.
ot 11-if LADD BROS & CO.
mT.pTble ig4efat. (e Court ,House in
Wi nsborQ..on tho.firt, Moqday in
N eAbi:r te i, 'fules rntet privately be
r ofen, e hl !|g;near
th l reight Depot 'A i My to
oct 4 li:f j.. o"M ASTER.
J01y 0OODS.
SAL1CO . elaine, Log Ci9q ,Brqwn
%J Shirtings and Sheetin Sa$jnets,
Plain. and Embroidered eLinen Cambria
Hu re oft opsCV nd hoos,
Sqhog Mi~~,~,aia..W.p..Gkovo
Iti Oal a nd 6sery, lonli, Boy. and
Misses Hats. . GI
'AMHS G. MILNOR.
oct 6-tf r il
Salt in aetAlide-daeks, over 200 lbs.
each, Coffee, of three qualities. Sugar Crush
ed, Granulated ynd Brown of several grades.
C 6 o eppr, 8_, Citron,
Currefits qouNox'i 06leflne. Corn
Starch, Powder, Shot., (all sizes) Caps, 0. D.
Water Proof and Iusket,
JAMES Q.- MI,NOR.
ou 6-tf
"NOTICE.'
T HREE months after dae,applicatiot
will be inade, tib the Charlotio & Sonth
Carolina Railroad 0onpany ; for renewal of
C rvtinIeta of Stock, No. 1609,~ .18 Shares.
Original Certifleate issued in the Dismo .or
Margaret Mushatt,' dated 26th May, 41862,
and has been lost.
J. S. STEWART, Executor.
ot -law8m
TIN WARE.
Buckets, Cups. Milk and Dish Pans,
hIaking Pans of block tin, WVash Basins,
Plain, 'Painted and Block Tin Mufihr Rings,
Patte Pans, Candle Molds, Painted Tin
Toys, Meat Forks, Baiting Spoons, Dip
pers, &o.
AIO,
Panknin's Repatio Bitters, Lyons Kathal
ron, Fresh Salmoq, Fine Segara.
GUNNY BAGGING AND ROPE.
Nails, Old DominIon and Empire -State,
all sizes. JA MES 0. MILNOR.
oct 6-tf , ,
SMoUREIGiTS GIN RQP,
ABIHED IN 1800..
I.N~ mle an4 p~paired. Also, the fa
1cCRgIs]I! REV1URBE fRIST MIL,.
VII PVE 14 URIAL C g~,
1widneat pattern on baid.
aug -1-6Ino
A6, , 10, 20 anid 40 I1esy, Pote, Skil
0a0,2.-tt NaTo.ZHatal Raea
AND
TRI-WEEKLY NEWS
CAN BE DONE ALL KIND$ OF
JOB WORt1,
IN TIE NEATEST STYLES AND
WITH
0
As the circulation of our Papers is
rapidly increasing throughout the Dis
trict, we 'offer grdat inducements to
the Advertising Publio
C Coffee, Green and Black Tea.
CRU&ifAftVYn)fled and Brown Sugars
Sods, Sugar. Wine atid Butter Crack.
et. BACOT, RIVERS & 00.,
o6t 2-I No. 2,.1Hotel Range.
. Fine Bacon Sides and Hams.
BALTIMOPE F,UR, CHEWING and
' Smoking, Tobacco.
i. .BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
oet 2-tf No. Hotel Rango.
BOOT AND SHOE
tEA'tr.A.O TOnY
I BEG leaveto inform my
Mrond- ?%d ?-Pitons
that I have .rte*qd- ay
business at the old stfand,
on Main-tteft. ,fortnerly
cconpid by' John Ctemer.
Ad p r p ty ecu ted
by the boot W11l' Mf,HANIQ8, and
warranted to.give satisfaction to. the most
fastidious. All who desire fine.and lasting
wotk will please give me .call before. puri
chasing elsewhere. 1N. W. BONEY.
sept 13-3mo
JOHN C. DIAL,
(LateeALLEN&SL,)
As the sig y te dolden Fa Loch,
COW IN8A$ . P ., -oco
W 1ISAL, AND MKAX
Importer and Dealer In English and
Anerican
HAy WARE &0 UtERY,
Miill Stones,
Bolting Cloths,
Circular Saws,
Mill rrons.
. Sugar Pans,.
INDIA RUBBER AND LEATIBR LTING.
Carpenters, Blacksmi.th
and Tanners' Tools, 4
Boudekelbg.and
Fumnishing Hardware,
ABRICGLTIRAL IMPLIMENTS
LIme, Qoment, - -
1'laster, Paint., Olfn,
Freneh and Ameuia
Window Glass,
Guns, Riles,
-Pistols,
Sbet Belis,
Powder Flagte,
~~ Pwde, Shot, &c.,
Gea'I SupVs OS.e, C. & S. C..
Railroad.
COLUMBTA, 8. C., Sept. 21, 1886.
Nadatr.8BVT. 28, 1866, THROYGH1
0 A883NG31u RINS, will run as be
Leave Cohtieblaat' 5.20 11. V.
A 902a0oA.
Arrive. at Colen bIa 10.80 A. M.
AB ANDEIISON,
sept-2S * Sperlateadbat.

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