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aretleased to inform our oustomers I
Dal more and Charleston. whereby *
and varied assortment, embracing.
DRY G00D, of every
SATS, a eomplete as
BOOTS .AND.SHORS, 11
CLTHIUNO, we warrar
VIN W1RB. iade of
YANIBE NOTIONS, ei
PLAIN AND DRESS RI
Of one and all we iAvito an inspection of
you, go elsewhere.
'OUR slook is always kept complete,
the best. .
Wholesale Druggists' and
Dealers in Drugs Chemicals, Pei
NO. 138 [ING STREB
-N A. PRATT. eL. W. V
Chemipt to late C. S. Nitre and Mining Burea
ASjnpt reoeive4 a now and elegant lot
of 'Bonnet Pi,.Ribbons, Rouches
and Flowers. 14 llt of latest stylew of
Hair Nets. oct 20-tS
800 PAIRS LADIES' SHOES,
600 Polra Mons' Sho%
- 200 Pales Children's Shoe#,.
200 Pairs Boots.
F1811 9 LOWRANCE,
oct 18-2w Columbia, S. -C.
TIN WARE! TIN WAREII
A LARGE and .4ted assortment of'Shis
best heavy home made Tin, Wat*, an
hand4and fo lale low.
KEF'111N, MoMASTER & C0
wo J1W 0.
T HE place knoWar as AlAORANGE, near
T lndden a rove, one of tihe finest Cot.
ton and Corn Plastations irt the- District.
.00 the place Is a domfoitible 'dwelling
.have and all neoessary' out . buildings.
The traot ontains 1250 acres, a large pore
tion of whlok is under a high state of culti
This place will be rented on the 1s tNon
cyin-November next. at the Court lovse,
WI nnsboro, to the highest bidder.
a'For partleetars apply to Col. James 11.
Rion, Winneboro. or to the subsoriber. at
Yongusvill. ZSB. MODLE~Y.
Exr. of Wilko-John G~ Mobley, deo'd,
C'O6m tIaner's Sale.
IN. 5QU5T--FA3IJFaLD DrSaiiCT.
Thoe. Yarborough end Wife, Bill fer
* 's. -Partition of
A. I. Hailton, et. a.. Lend.
By virtue of deeetl ordler made in this
case, K will sell at public auction at.
the Court l%ouse in ,Winneboro, on the 1st
Monday in Novembtie neIt, the trast of
land mnentioned in the pleadings 1. this
case belonging to the estate of Win. J.
o~# ~ig in.Fair*bld -Du - o
r.k*d boendel byld4 of
Thomas lt it Margafet Neleon, wthers.
The 'l~ IoOf 8.1..
Cuek sumlest pay tti eosts of suit
sjI~eaes qi sale, sad for th elamoe a
Oct >4. die sage.~50
hat we have miarragensnts ib New York,
e can keep our stook up to its present laIge
style and quality,
the best blok lin,
erything In the line
B1O8, a good variety,
lIT8 BED BLANIETS.
ur stock. If our prices and goods don't suit
LADD BROS & Co.
BIDIOI35r3DS I I
md we guarantee every article to be
LADD BROS & CO.
'fumey and. V'Vgs Sundries,
', C1A1LESTON, &, h
tiLSON, P. B. 1ILSON,
. Chemist to late C. 8. Ord,r Dpt.
NEW GOD S I
HE subsoribeiM invite atlention to their
containing the usual variety of
Ready Made 01thing,
Hats, Shoes and Soots;
- Wooden Ware.
Our terms are Cash hnd we hope to 0e.
eure a liberal patronage by selling at small
KETCHIN, MoNIASTER &,00.
. og, 18-tf .' Hotel Rage.
WITE WINE VIN
NO. 8, ROTE BANQE,
0.. lBANLLI lFE
ORDININM - NO. 8.
8EC I'\ON let. De i er4ained byi Inten.
dant and Wardonw of Ihe Tbwn of*
Winnaborough in deseil aseembled, And by
the authority of the same, that any peson
or persons failing to reteever uy wuisanoe
upon their promiss endspIeing the healtta
ar safe of the reldental of the Town, with
two ays after selifesion so to do, shall
Sned five dollars; and said upisance
hall be abated by autherity of the Town
Council at the expense of said person or per
so d in addition to said Am.
ixo-zox 2d. 'se it farther ordained, That
a person obstructing the streota, side
aks or orossin of said Town, or riding
or driving upour said sidewalks except In.
cse of evident necessity. shall be fine In a
suin not exceeding fve dollars for each and
every offence. -
.82o0ToN 8d.' fe it furter ordaiaed That
any person abusing or injuring, in any men
ner or way, any public property vituatd'
within the corporate limits of said rown
shall be fined in a sum not exceeding twen
ty dollars, in.addition t4 the expense of re.
pairig the same. -
rXITIo 4th. Beit further ordained, That
any person who shall lie about the streets or
sidewalks in istate of intoxication, or .use
loud, profane or Itidecent language to the
annoyance of the residents of said Town,
or in any way disturb the peace and good
otder of said l'own shall be confined in the
Guard House until trial; and upon trial and
conviction shall be fined in a sum not ex
ceeding fifty dollars.
Szo'Pion th. Be itfurther ordained, That
the owners of lots &hall be required to keep
the sidewalks in front of their lots curbed
and in good conditioa; and in case apy
owner of a lot shall, after notice to himself
dr agent, fall for ohe week to have the side
walk inefront of his lot put in good condi
tion and eurbed, the same,shall be done by
the Town Council at the expense of the lot
owner: and said ow66r shall be fined not
more than tweaty dollars ior said failute.
Witness my haud and the corporate seal
of the sal I Town, this the 28d of Au.
gust A. -D., 1866.
W. B. A IKEN, Iatendent,
L., S. C. HUnt, Sea.
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uOM9 *@PqR t V10 8SIHoatt:0019
B Yiart e of an Executign 16me directg,
I will r for sale at Fairfield Cot.
'K e on thVi ret Monday and the day fol.
lowing. In Novenber next, within the.legal
hours of d1e, to the hiCliest bidder, for
Cash, the following Real Property Pur
chasers to pay for Title.
Onatract of 8060 acres more or less of
land in Fairfield District adlliling land& of
.Tohn J3arrison Br., decesed N. A. Peay,
deoeased, John E. Rolt4ot,- John Robert
son Dixon and oetq 'end the Wateree
River, levied upon as *i e property of Ja.
E. Deby (now deceased> at the suit of T. S&
DuBose and R. 3. Rolestoa, U;rs. vs John
Harrisdn 5r., Jmnis Harrison, Jas. 3. Doby,
and John E. Robertson.
- B. W. OLLE TER.
* . . P.'D.
Sheriff's Offie, 10th October )S66.
W..1LL be offered for Rent at time Court
VYIkuse in Wianebore, on the .1st.
MdgI.November, the Plaaatations ;bo
le Sqhe.Estate of Theo. 8. DimDose,
dec ' One known as
Situated on thefWaterge Creek, about ten
tuflos above Winnsboro, and containing
2600 &ev4s more or 105. Un this place sa
dwellittg house andi all us'essary plaattion
Situated about three mileh above Winns
hero, and contoining about 800 acre. On
this is delig hocsse and all meoes.
sary. ,9ept a gin hetise.
Situa et est four Itles sbove Winias
Ibro..tm AbeuIMj uot 60 yases, ha
all n.o ahb bnull ngs
* Thrqdthus 'ale.
tbaheplete'of sext , 4
La esuue sanot iv.qu.dt
Jib A~tQ , N$4t.
Chalet . eby ets week
ws ay. ancc 4-l.a
POR INVESTING IN
FAtBtIRVND DISTRI0T--SOUTH CAnoLINA.
Vs. - Dbree for sale
Tohn R. Harrison, of Lands, &c.
IN pursutne of the Decree of the 09urt of
Equity made in this case, I will offer
ror shle at public auction, at Winnsboro,
South uarolina, on Monday, the '8d -day of
Decemlier next,.(being the first Monday in
that month several ' HOUSAND ACES oi
the finest COTTON and GRAIN LANDS in
the State, belonging tp the estate of John
Harrisons Sr.; desease4.
These. lands are composed of the follow
Ing several tract4wer plantations, vig:
1. The tract known as the "River Place,"
Dontaining about 8.883 acres, more or less,
lying immediately on the banks of the l a
teree River. This plantation contains
about 1200 acres in original forest; and
several hundred acres of rich river bottoms
now In a high state of cultivation;, and has
upon it all necessary buildings, &o. It is
decidedly one of the bst, cotton and grain
plantations in the Southern country.
2. The tract known as the '-Dutchman's
Creek Place," containing 2,482 acres, more
or less. This t,ract .I also a No. 1, cotton
and grain plantation, wlih a large creek
runnithrough it, and has upon it all ne
cessary buildings for laborers, stock, &o.
8. The tract known as the "Bryant
Place," containing 545 acres more or less.
On this place is a ve.ry comfortable dwelling
house, with a number of out-houses, &c. ,
4. The tract known as the "Sandhill or
Home Place." containing 808 acres, more or
less. Most of this place is in originaf
woods, and is a high and healthy place, and
is the homestead of the late John Harrison,
6. The tract known as the "Concord
Church Place," containing 160 acres, more
or less. Nearly the whole of this - tract is
covered with a thick growth of the very
largest and finest long leaf pines, particu.
larly suited to Railroad purpees, shingles,
or anything which is made Wsom pins tim
ber; and it lies within two miles of the
Ridgeway 'Depot on the Charlotte and
South Carolina Railroad, with a good,
level-wagon road leading thereto.
6. The tract known as the "Salt Pond
Racetrack," containing 100 acres.
The terms of Sale are as follows: The
pu*haser of the "River Place" will be re
quired to pay the sum qf Fix hundred dol.
lars, and one-sixth of the amount for which
,t sels, and its proportionate share of the
toats and expenses of the suit and sale IN
CASH; ahd for the balance a credit will be
given until th3 1st of January 1868, with
interest thereon from the 1st of January
1867, at which time possession will be given,
secured by bond with at least two approved
sureties. aud a mortgage of the premises.
For all the other tracts, one- sixth of the
amount at which they are bid 61, togetper
with so much as may be necessary to aid
the 'River Place"in dbfraying theeoats and
expenses of suit and sale, will be',required
to be paid in cish on day of sale; and for
the balance a credit until the 1b of Janu.
cry 1868, with interest from first of January
1867, at which time possession will be giv
en-stoured by bond with at least two sure
ties to seh, ced a mortgage of the, premi
All the purchasers will belequired to pay
in cash. for titles. &c., and auy purchaser
will be at liberty to pay in cash for the
whole of his purchase if he desires to do sa.
HENRY A. GAILLARD.
. Comr. In Fq,ity.
Winnsboro. S. C., Oct. 10th, 1866.
AT ublio out'ory at the Court House in
AW~innsboro, on the first Monday' in
November net, unless rented privately be
furs then t he large MILL HOUSE,. near
the old Freight Depot Apply to
oct 4-Im G. H. MoM ASTER.
T HRENbmonths After dates application
will be made to the Charlotte & South
Carolina Railroad "ompany ; for renewal of
Certificnte of Stock, No. 1509, 18' Shares.
Original Certificate Issued in the name of
Margaret Mushatt, dated 26th May, 1882,
and has been, lost..
J.'8. STEWART, Executor.
So'ot 6-1aw8m ______
Buckets, Cups. Milk anti Dish Pans,
Baking Plans of block tin, Wash Basins,
Plaih, Plintedi and Block Tin Muffin Rings,
Patte Pans, Candle Molds, Painted Tin
Toyd, Mleat .Forke, Bating.,pa,Dp
persg &o. .Son,Dp
Panknin'i Hepalie Bitters, Lyons Katbel
rong Presla'Slion, Pine Segars.
ONN~ A4GGING A.ND ROPE.
1Rails, Old poininion and Em pire State,
all else. JAMES (I. MILNORI.
EoORVlGHTS8 GIN 8H0Z
IN mad. and .repaired. Also, the fla,
wone . I85R8f1
FISK'S METALLIC BOI~IAL CASUS8
anew end neat patters en bead.
FALL AND WINTER
I am now receiving and opening our
FALL and WINTER 'STOCK, which
is large and attractive
Einbracing a large 1A of French Merinoes,
and Delains of every variety 1nd style:
also- a large lot of Prints of the best brands
and style; also Bleached and Brown Home!
spun of every variety,. also a. large lot of
Opera Flannels of all dulors, also Wed and
White Plannel' at 6ll prices; a fine lot ot
French Broad Cloth, French Cassitnered,
Sattinets, Tweeds and Wool Jeans of every
color and price ; also a large 19t of Ready
Made Clething of every style and. pattern, .
also- a large lot of Mens' and Boys' Felt Hata
at all prices, also. a large ?bt, of Ladies',
Men', Boys', Misses' and Childrens' Shoes,
also Hosiery, Gloves, Perfumery, &o., also.
a large lot Ladies and; Misses 1ats.
All of which we offer at rea0etle prices.
We return our thanks to our: riends for
their liberal patronage heretof6re..
fIALICOES,Delaines, Eong Cloths, Brown
VJ 8hrtings anti Sheetingas Satinets,
Plain. and Embroidered Linen, Cambrio
Hundkerchiefs, Coate Cotton,. all Nos
Men's and Women?s Boots- and Shoes,
BoysShoes, Misses and Ladies' fine Glove
Kid Gaiters- and Hosery, Men's, Boys and,
JAMES G% MILNOR.
Salt in seamless sacks, over 200 lbs.
each, Coffee, of three qualities, Sugar Crush.
ed.Granulatediand Brown of several grades,
Spices, Nut Mega, Pepper, -Soda, Citron,
Currents, AlmondZr, Cox's Geletino, Cornm
Star4 Powder, Shot, (all- sizes) Caps, 0. D..
Water Proof andi Musket,
JAMES 0. MILNQA.
Coffee, Green and Black Tea.,
tRUSU.D, Clarified and Brown Sugars,.
UJ ,Sda Sugar. Wine npd- BUtter Crack.
ers . BACOT, RIVERS & Qo,,
oct 2-tf No. 2, Hotel. Range.
Fine Bacon Sides and Ham..
B ALTIMORE FLOUR, CHEWING: an,d
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
oat 2-f No. Hbtel Range.
BOOT AND SHOE
I BEG leave to Inform my.
friends and patrons
that, I have resumed my
business at the old stand,
on Main-Street, formerly
coonpied by John Cremer.
All work made and repair.
ed at shortest notice, and- neatly executed
by the- beab WIlTE M1CHANICS, an'd
waranted to give satisfact-itn to the most
fastidions. All who desire fine and lasting
week will please give me a call' before pur
ehasiag elvewheire. - It. W. BONEY.
JOHN C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,),
At t- Sign of the GdIden Pad Lock,.
COLUMBUA, S. C.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Importer ai Dealer" In Eagflhl ar
HARD3WARE & CUTLF~
INDIA RUI38ER AND 4~P~BLI
and Tanners 'r ano
H1ousek h.tAin Raidwase,
Lime, Cemen , g -
Plaster', i perican
Powder, Shot, &O.,
up's Obl., Q6 8. U.
- g.ets tive pwev.9r pq, the
h aeo3s eathe Wt,ee owp
~ti.,e&w'OI-prhas no .jt1 e
tj~asi Who; lost his baIasooq 1.
.o41 be. 064yIug . dentistry-put.
atetb in the.,uutb of the . 5si