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Baltimore and Charleston, whereby v
And varied assortment, 6mbra,oig,.
DAY GOQDS, of every
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you, go else.where.
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Heavy Beaver -nd Sea0'Skln
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tikVING secured competent
*osals Ints wilr- op'end her
for pupils of all ages, on Feb.
1roti nd ay Qglfs Bru.nohes care.
Stato of South. Oolina.
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re can keep our stook up to its present large
style and quality,
0 suit anybody,
the best block tin,
verything in the lin6,
[BBOM, a good variety,
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)ur stock. If our pricgs and goods'o.n't snit
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apd we guarantee every article to be
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rftmery ahd. Drugg*tN Swidries,
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S OR1NANCE NO., 3.
EC ION Ist..Be it prdained by the Inten
dant', and- Wardn qf the 2bi of
Winnoborordgh in Countil aemb(ed, And by
- the authority of the 4ame, that any person
or persons faillng'to'rtniove .any nuisanco
upon their premises endangoting the health
or safety of the residents of the Town, with.
in twq days after notification so to do, shall
be fined five 'dollars; and said nuisance
shall be abated by authority of. the Town
Council at the expense of said person or per..
sons in addition to said flue.
SECTION 2d. Be it further ordained, That
any person obstructing the streets, side.
walks or crossings of said I own, or riding
or driving upon said sidewalks except 'in
case of evident necessity, shall be fined in a
sum not exceqding five dollart for each and
SEOTION 8d. Be it further ordained. That
any person abusing or injuring, in any man
ner or way, any public p'roperty situated
wi'' in the corporate linits of said fown
as.. . bc fined in a sum not exceeding twen
ty dollars, in addition to the expense of re.
pairing the same.
SoTIoN 4th. Beitfurther ordained, That
any person who shall lie about the strpets A'r
sidewalke in a btate of. Intoxication, or use
loild, profane or indecent langtage to the
unhoyance of the residents of said Town,
or in may way disturb the peace and good
order of said 'owg shall bq confined in the
Guard House untir trial; and upon trial and
conviction shall be fined in &-sum not ex.
ceeding fifty dollars.
SzC'toNi 6th Be itfurther ordained. That
the owners of lots shall be required to keep
the si'lewalks in front of their lots curbed
and in good couditioa; and in case any
owner of a lot shall, after notice to himself
or ngen., Iatil for one week to have tihe aide
walk- in front of his lot -put in good condi.
tjon and curbed, the same phall be done by
the Town Council at tihe oxpense of the lot
owner: and said oWner shall be fineo not
More than twenty dollars ior said failure.
Witness rty hand tnd the corporate seal
of,the sai Town, t1id the i284 of Au.
set A. D., 1860l. .
s . E. A IKEN, Intendent.
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DUBOSE EGLESTON ,
NO. 'u , HOTEL RANbu" e
cied aotit thre al have W .in
soo n o in in a oto6 seres On~4a
4 .~ One nownoasa
4wtfiliu d oa n llness- pltationm
?6z INVESTING IN
FAI1SFIRL6 DIMtIROT-OUTH OAROLINA;
Vs. Decree for site
JMhn A. Harrison, of Lands, &-.
Eli Harrison. -
N pursuance of the Deoree of the Court of
Equity made in- this uase, I will offer
for sale aty public auction, - at Winnsboro,
South uarollna, 6n Monday, the 3d day of
Detember next, (being the first Mo#day in
thau month).several 1110U8.AND ACRES o.
the finest COT,TON and-GRAIN LANDS in
the State, belonging to' the estate of John
Harf'ison, Sr., #e4eased.
These lands are composed of the follow
in several tracts or plantations, via-:
' 1. Tite tract known as the "River Place,"
containing about 8.888 acres, more or less,
lying. immediately on the banks of the M a
teree Itiver. This plautatifi. contains
about 1200 acres in original .Merest,; and
several hnndred acres of rich'river bottoms
now in a high Mate of cultivation ; and has
upon it all necessary buildings, &c. It is
decidedly c'ne of the btsa Cotton apd grain
plantations in the Southern dountry.
2. The tract known as the -Dutchman's
Creck'Place," containing 2,4#2 acres, more
or less. This tract is also a No. 1, cotton
and gral& plantation, with a large creek
running through it, and has upon it all ne
cessary buildifgs for laborers. stock, &o.
8. The tract known . the "Bryant
Place," containing 546 aort more . or less.
On this place is a very comfort abfe dwelling
house, with a number of out-houses, &o.
4. The trdot kno wn as the "sandhill or
Home Place." cont .ning 808 acres, more or
less. Most of th., place is in original
woods, and is a high and healthy place, and
is the homestead of the lato John Harrison,
5. The tract known as the "Concord
Church Place," containing 160 acres, more
or less. Nearly the whole of this - tret is
covered with a thick growth of the very
largest, and finest long leaf pines, partic.
larly suited to Railro purposes, shinglis,
,r anything which is -lade from pine tim
ber; and it. )ie, within two miles of the
Ridgeway Depot on the Charlotte and
South Carolina Railroad, with a good,
level wagon road leading thereto.
0. The tract known as the "Salt Pond
RaeetraQk," iontaiding 100 acres.
The terms of Sale are as follows: The
purchaserof tho Ri**r Place" will be re
quired to pay the sum of sig hundred dol.
lars. and ono-sixth of the amount fot which
it -sells, 4nd its proportioubAe share of the
costs and expenses of the suit and sale IN
CAS ; and toil the bnago A credit will be
given -until the 1st of Janiry -1868, with
interest thereon from the lot of January
.1867, at which iinie pobsestion will be given,
secured by bond with at least two approved
sureties. aLd a mortgage of the premises.
For all the other traots, one- slith of the
amount at which theyr ite b14 off,- together.
yith .so much s iay be'neces'sary to aid
t0s 'WAve.r Plage"la' defraying the gosts and
expenses of iuit and sale, will be requird
to be paid In ocash dn day of sale ;-and for
,the b elacs a credit unti. the 1st of Janu.
y 1868, with interet from first of Jhnuvary
1887,- aliioh time po'eesuion- will be giv-.
en-see^tred by bondwith at least two sure
ties to each, and a Mortgage of- the - preml
All the purchasers will be required to pay
in cash r tihls, "',, ah ny p.robaser
will be - libetty to pWy in cash'for the
whole oM%is purchase if he desires to do s.
HENI A: WAILLARD,
W10 ro. q id06 Oc..0th, 1056.
T li outoryat the Cotfri ionke' inl
N64Oiter~ ner 6nti rabted privatei be
fore t jten, ih~ larke .. Ml L JOUSE, near
the old Freight Depot Apply.to
oot 4-im 0 I. NocMABTER.
T HREE month: aftep date, dpliation
Carolina Railroad%6'mpany ;- for renewal of
)ertitcate of 8tock, No. 1609, 18 8hareu.
rigitial. Certificate issued in. the nlame of
Mar atet'Mushatt, dated 26th. Mavy, 1862,
an4 tas.been lost.
Js 8. STEWAR'l% Executor.
Bueke. Onps Milk atal Dish 'PAnai,
Bak e Xock tin,-~Wash Basins,
Plainj-Nil and Dloe' Tin- MuffBn IQsags,
Patte Fife, Candle Molds, Painteds Tin
Toys, Meat Forks, Dasting Spoons,, Dip.
par, &c. .
Vikni ~ *IcIitter,. Lons Kali
N A INGANIu ROPE.
1lails,' Old et siUon.ed m eSae
aU sizes. ' ES?1B .0,IILNOL'
P8198 1TLL0 A14AE
a ndw,e4 ueat patt.zn om haled.
B Y Virtue #f ski Exebbtidb to ae dirpeted,
I will offer fot ale at' Falifield Court
House on thtfirit' biddky'ad the day fol
lowlbg. in Noveinbor xbxt, withib the legal
hours of sale, to the higest bidder, for"
Cash, the folle*ing Real Propert$ Pur
chasers to pay for Titles.
One tract. of 3060 acres more or less of,
land in Fati-field District adjoining lands of
John -11htri9n r , decasod; N. A. Pey,
deceaseil. John E. Rhor(son. John Robert.
son Dixon and Qther', and the Wateree'
Rive', levied upon tvi the lroperty of Jas.
E. P by (now deceased) at the suit of T. S.
DuBase and R. B. lloyleston, Exrs. vs John
larriaon Sr., JaTues Harrison,-Jas. '. Doby,
and John E Roertiot
- S. P. D.
Shariff's. Office, 10th O'etober 1866.
TIN WARE ! TINWARE I
A LARGE and variei assortment.of the*
best heavy home made Tin Ware, on
handjand for aale low.
KETCHIN; McMASTER & do.
( ALICOES,Delaines, Long-Clothe, Brown
V Shirtings and Sheetinge; Satinets,
Plain and Bmbroidered- Linen- Cambria
Handkerchiefs, Coats Cotton, all Non.
Men's and- Women's Boots and Shoes,
Boys Shoes, Misses and Ladies' fine Glove'
Kid Gaitets and, Ilosery, Men's,-Boys and'
JAMI&S G. MILNO:
Sal't ih seamless sacks, pver 200 lbs.
edch, Coffee, of three qualities. Sugar Crush
ed, Granulated and Brown of several grades.
Spides',;ut Mbgs, Pepper, Sodj Citron,
Currents, Almonds,. Cox's Geletine, Corn
Stavoh, Powder, Shot, (all sizes) Caps, 0. D. -
Wa,er%Plpof and Muske
JAMES d' AI9NOR.
Ciffee, (4reen andlAfick 1e..
[1RUSHED, Clarified apd Biown Sugars,
U Bode Sugar. -Wine and' Butter Crack -
ers'. JJAICO't, RIVERS &CO.',
oct 2-f. No. 2 Hotel Range.
Fie Bacou Sides a'ntI Hams:
B ALTIMORE FLOUR,' CHEWING- and
BACOT, RIVERS& CO.,.
oat 2-tf No. Hotel.Range.
BOOT AND SHOE
I BEG leaveto inforr''my
friends and patrons
that I have resurmed' my
business at the old stand,
on tain-Street' f6rinerl.
econpled by John Cromer,
Allwork made and repair
ed at shortest notice, and noatl.y executed
,t thew best WHITE MECiANICS, and
warranthd to give satisfaction to tho most
fastidiots. All who desire fine and lasting
work will please give me a call before 'pur.
0hasing elsewheoe. A. W. BONEY.
(Late ALLEN & DIAL)
Ai .h Sign of the Golden Pad Lock,
Inmporiaad' Dealer .In' Engg1ah and'
O,'STEE'4 - '.
Nails, Castid .
Mill Stod~ -
INDIA RUBBR INGIMts
Carpenters, Blaqn th
giht ~.Os.Powdt S$o4p a ,
'a ~ P.un a be-M
.Arrlve rg Columbis I 1 .M