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Local tems.
Now Adverbisements,
Call ad .se Ladd, Bros & Co. largo
Purclase of clothing.
Walk into the corner kept by Thomp.
ton1, Withers & Co after you have rvad
their advertisemont.
Tary somewhat at Jan D. Milnor, to
bxamino his variety stock.
And then you'll b6 ready to take the
find Steamor. "Dictator," for Florida.
Spe when she sails.
1.
JUST RECEIVED YW AIPRSS
PROM
'lwH7 YOCi.2E,
$1,000 wommb
oF
READY MADE CLOTHW,
OF.
Eery Style and Quality.
fAv g-tt LADD, BROS & CO.
NEW GOS INEWOODS!
A EMOOND %UPPLY OF
:srw ca-ooos I
ANlST hECEIVED.
C0*81sTINO In pai..,
Neadli Mnde 0iotiling, Blankets. Shawls,
fal' id All Webl belaaes. Blnok Bom
6atines and Alpaccas, Black and
Olorod French :and4 English
blerinoes. Rock Island
Jeans and Caeimeres,
FrencR and FA.
glish hd6l
ait-kq
Tweeds andatalf, rlaiws,. (white, red
and colored,) Bopt. 8foos, HAt, Caps
*w F44)w Art.iles.
magging, Roping, 4sugar, "offee, Flour,
clicese, &6'.
A gaeral aWortment #f fardware Always
4n1, ad. All of whichahdqbo b9mht very
lwr T110'lSPON, WftER,. & CO.
nov 8-tf
RY 60S1
TIN AND) HARDWABI
ALRE 'lO BE FOUND Af
JAM . Oa.
A LARE'1ot of WahiQg:.ad itdoap
L.on Jwaevi, algo Perf4ampry of all Minds.
Lubinsul'xtrnets, and -Belle colog'ne", (gen.
uine,) esides map7y,ahea per varletied'
We'it.Bokers, Wd4 iotpoad Wheelb.
Just ReceJyed,
15 loxtes theese which will be cold ae
&4*egt .iarket estes. nd6'-tf
FOR PA L ATKA,
-Fendania JacksonivIHe, and all
VIA .
SAVANNAH1 GA,
1000 199NS"BVR10N
CARTAIN I*1.00XLTEH!!
(N and after thme 26th0toller, this I.e
I, 8HhIP will saui' *eot doithern WJiat(
.9f Padday NlghV, dM 40 o'eloek, for; ths
atIWre places. AM faleiht mat be gat here
For Freiht, or Passage aptAy en board,
or-to the QiTice of th9 Agency, No. 1? Van
dvborut'.Wharf..- .
J. D, 4ICEN &C00., Agents.
iept 29-If
. Theetnigration of the posent year
will be largely in exceA o tiai of 16
year. Up to date ovr' X00,000 - emi
grants have lande&at*jhis port, and
the total for the ar will r9bablv
reach 250,000. e e'inigat on C4
the Southern pottA hWas beon . turst
this yoar thun usual, andi is pr9ba
ble that the total emigration to tlwis
country will rdaoh 800,000. This
will be something tow4rds repairing
the was of life during the wari
It is stated as a singular fact that
the counterfeiting of the United
ftates currency has reached, such per
footion that the counterfeit currency is
regularly redeemed at the Treasury,
cancelled and destroyed with the rest
of the piutilated currency.
DOWN WITH THE
SOA-8 I-I
WE are pow receiving and will constant.
11 recetve a general assortment of
GltOCIRIES, HIARIDAIE, &e., which we
will dispose of for CASH-at very low
prices. Cotton. Wheat. Corn, Peae, Wool
and aluost anything raised in the country.
taken at market prices In settlement for
bills
60001N. 11altimore Baoon Silos,
10.000 lbs. Extra Ohio Flour,
Barrels I aAl 2 Mackerel,
Lard, ChceAe, Tea's.
Sugar's Meusses. Coffee, &o.
Mill, Cross Cut and Hand Saws,
Coffee M illb, Wite ives,- Na1le;
iurry 0orpbs, Horse Brushes, 1,
Axes, Shovels, Spades,
potton an1 Wool Cards,
stook, Vedlooks, &o.
ri and 1roaelkry Ware,
Shoes, INtas, Bagging and Rope,
Woodern Ware, Seed Wheat,
Corn, Peal, &o. At
CATHCART & MATTHEWS.
now 64f
SADLE , HARN ESS, &c.
T H Esubscriber h#s on hand'a'Aid
is constantly ,manufaciuring
SADDLES, HARNESS, and BRIDLES, of
all descriptiotip, and every arti -le in his
line of tho' best aiterial. Also, GIN
BANDS of eVet'y size. Repairing dune with
despatch.
All work warranted. Call and see - prices
low.
ASO TO REN'M
The Store at present ocupied by M. jTas
D. Milnor. F. GEIG.
oet 28-tf
NEW GOODSIlI
T HE subscribers invite %ttention to thl'
containing the uNual variety of
Ready Made Clothing,
Dress Goods,
Trimmings,
Cloaks,
Shawls,
Homosptins,
Linens
- lMan ets,
Casa(merers
Kentuckf ,Thans ;
-Hats, Shoes and Boot&j
1Iardware,
Crockery,
WVooden Ware'.
'Our-1erms are Cash and we hopd' se
Mdre ra liberal patronage by selling at1' 11
KETCHIN, MeMASTER & COY.
bet 18-t fHotel Range.
O FFER for sale the STEAM SAW and
- iRIST MILL, with Lands att'ached, be.
longing to (lhe estate of John'Campbell, deJ
'$eased'. For terms appl to
I W. CAM PBE~LL, Ezr., .,
Rtidgeway, S. 0
3. Bii ? wtW 4outinue the.. Lumhber busi
ness until the Mlie are disposed of.
NORTRI CARLIMNA 3EANS
E3TCHI 3LAbTER
nov 1-(t
coffee, Green and Black Aa.
1lRUSIHED, Clarifted adfd Brow3St86As,
B./oda,8egr.Win9eand Better Otsk.
era BACT, VER8&ACO4 .
ot249. bio ?4 Hotel Bag.
FOR INfV(34TV'
FINE LANDS.
IN EQ01'f,
P FAIBFIELD DISTUI1T- ;0I CARO.INA.
Lucy Harrison, -
vs. Decree for sale
John I. Harrison, of-Laudit &.
Eli Harrison.
IN pursuance of thLeereo of th Oei Cuor
made in tkisc ase, I will otTer
for ule at publio auction, at Winnusbti'
South %arolina, on Monday, the 84 day o
December next, (being the first Monday in
that spouth) several 'fiHOUSANp ACRHS o:
the finest. COTTN Kind GRAIN' LAN4DS In
the State, beloning . e the estate of 3h6
Harrison, Sr.,
These lands d4 kse - the fpllo*
Ing several tracts or plantations, via : ,
1. The traot'known as the "River Plave,"
conialitng about 8.888 acres, more or less,
bo
several hundred acres of rich river bottoms
now inn a high btate of cultivation; and has
upon it all necessary buildings, &c. It Is
decidedly one of the best, cotton and grain
plantations in tine Southern country.
2. The tract, known aq the "Dutchman's
Creek Place," containing 2,482 acres, more
or' loss. This tract is also a No. 1, cotton
and grain plantation, with- .a laIge creek
running through it, and has upon-.It all ne
cessary buildings for laborers, atook, &'
8. The tract known as the "Bryant
Place," containing 640 aores more or less.
On this place is a very comfortable dwelling
house, wit h a number of out-houses, &c.
, 4. The trabt known as'the "Sandhill or
Home Place." containing 808 acres, more or
less. Most of this place is to original
woo i, and is a high and healthy place, and
is the homestead of the late John Harrison,
8r.
6. rhe tract known as the "Concord
Church Place," taI #g 160 acres, more
or less. N ,uarly w le of thiN tract is
covered wit i a thick growth. of' tle very
largeHt and finest long leaf pines, parti'u.
larly suited to Railroad purposes, shingles,
or anything whjh Is, ltlade front pne tim
ber; and it le withI tro mile"of the
Ridgeway Depot ,n tho Charlotte. and
Souti Carolina Railroad, with a good,
level wagon road leading thereto.
0. The tract known as t1w "Salt Pond
R a c e trt4 " o o t a i r ffrT
purchaser of the "River Place" will b re
quired to pay the sum of rix hundredliol.
lars,- ati'd one-sixth of the,at%nt ,6 which
It sells, and its propoditloniete sharp of the
costs and expenses of the suit and sale IN
CAS I. 1ad for the balance a credi f.will be
given until the 1st of Jantiary -1N8- *Itb
interest thereon from the 1st of January
1867, at which time 5pssessitA wtbe glvej
secured*by bond with at. leAst't rved
sursqies. and a mortgage of the:Jiemlses.
'For all tihe other ttadeW IAA'o;t.he
amount at which they arq b td-o,togetlher
with so much as may bq neeessa;y, toail
the "River Placq"In deftayin the o IliA
expebses of si and le,A *,, rgu,14i
to be paid in'ba'h o" 'ay of a Iej,a'& r
the'Ialance a credit until tihe list of J A
ary 1808, Jan-43
187, at Ito time posepon It be -
en-.-securadi bond with. at, last two BIL
ties to each, d. Mortpge of the prqpl.
see. /
Allethe .chAsers will be. rAqpired to pay
ingnsh for Iiles# &.9.,a4 urcher
wil be at ber!jo pay ha fr V
who e of hi urchhfif r s ros t'o d 0,
' Hom. qnuit Y
Com risqionor's Ofe o
Winnaboro. . ,O.-6 'UMW, 18.
'o41 18-t227
DuBOSE EGLESTON & CO0
NEW MACI L,
00FVEET
0Olt8 NANILLA IOPB,
oct 18-tf
District CotWtef F'aIrfWeId,
W INNSBOBo, S. C., Od 12,-1896.'
ARDER'fD, that the Cleti'r'du :Dtuo
UCourt dongl9e goto. the4 ,Cwe't
now, orgtusised:and r,eadyto .1iJ habr
at the. dur& I[ou*fy~ i)e.,t 4 siotq
sWeh business, wit .l g j Jttedotiofa s
may be brought hefoeti A .
Aiso,ordlered, th a . speaieru of qtn
Couft be held 10 theCtit (ouse os, *b
Sat Monday i'mnibe p fc the pr
rse .ot aragn. (uy. 4~ drag.
ng ior Ie 6to'ht q ,Sese of.
Mondea.aer the f'ourth.. 'yIn Jsar'
msaSt.end that notUoa be givg. .htlp
lurn Day for the Arst. wari ao
' Oler of ilhe ~ os
do6 1A-talldw6 'e* ,.-; .**.
SOUT]
DWOj& .rug. Cheftat po
0 KING 11TB
-iN. A. PBATT,- '
Chemi t to late 0. 8. Nde aid Miin Me
lootgg.
i )will
1st 0Mas.ie g;i-h, -2 0
L4erUee, 18400
-sn'dha - -& .00
~Mpuid .f.9
alrmsebehalf-session or ay ese .fwAm,
bait the abov. -t.-1
Board, p raoble terms oan be Oro.
n a tio wilb.
the SohoqtA<ff x ieyla
W.% iPied.
F A I1M L-tV VII 2.9 g10 T,
IX THC dd*Wod'rA.
HeL., MHot,
To. AI hhet
John Adger,
W H S t dtd o the
#7 .1866, JIe his
Deolaration against th Defen ant, who (no
it is said, is aboent ffi an4 without teia
limits of o State, and has neithe ife
w p _ i,I h._Wpon
It is thetefeme ordered that the said De
fandant do appear and, lead. he said
Declaration on or bef6re't hefh 4fy bf MaY,
4. D. 1867, otherwise Anal amd Abhj
-ie P) IM
~le~hs ~ CLON
41,0A N kilt414Dstriot,, 'z '
May.7th, 1866.
may 10'66f181y
P P f IL D b 1L8 It T.
o.a aa oPer
sald) is Lb's fom 4n wlokt th imt
of thhahe-ie 23rat
torney, *lif sanethpon 'whoni'
a90979 f be wi44 artt i)9afegv
It is theore otdted that'the said Dof
fondant do appear and plead to Ihe -
01at'atibi o oUbf6A te 24th dAy of3 -
A:. D. 1867,!: otkerwi1 Ai' vIabbse
orthe Plalatif 1hdet- arded
W'. VLOWNEY, 0.'0. P.
Clerk's OfaoI
plirflet Dlariet, MV 28d, 1866.
ma,g 2'66-.1e81 ~ I mv4' '
Ma. gaw~sk~*
J th ~ da f optb 1 7
LULe
la, XII . a e 4 np r"
4 ha4 t ?I r t -1 r
4 wa,gd o tira
Cipr D,cffi,satyl i
8t bt0uti -a
Lu6y ffa*rison,1
*s IIn noItg,
John R. Harrison, ,' Bilto'.
Nilt Htftisn. Dowey.
maetntises
e toye bya.ete
befes the -undersignea e'i*s 1 se in
Winnsboro, their sever AritA rasgootive
All Jujm tors a torsha
,Laonitaetso JohnpA t q~ , 0
RarHa tbtlAs ters ~eek eost
t.esJ li ooiAi. .
UrIoed m~ist se's - 9 ~K
4* boo,8 0 gi . - 9
Manfactuing Chemists,
rfunery and Druggists Sundries,
VILSON 15. B. WILSON.
n.A9JomrqO6t6 late 0. ,Oird. Dp,
T IIE undersigned, being the oldest Im.
porters' and Dealers in Guano, if
Charleston, Inform their friende that they
exp5ect to'ree'ive a rejgular supply of
PURE PERUVIAN GUARO,
ireot from the agente of the Peruviop . Gov
ernment, at New.[ork; wbeh will,aell at all,'
times 'a( the. lowest markes iates. Orders
Vromp - .J. KBR11, & CO.,
nov d -
NDIA RUBBER DELTINQ, all 5ses
BOLTING CLOTIL,
Old Ahohor Brand, No. 8, to Ni,. 10, for
64le.low by . -
PorIER& TOWRANCE,
nW 6A24 .Colubi',Ia, 8. C.
4ON10WDAR IT UEDXED
N on. -Ka. Quarter-Keg ad
.L~U~tw -Qualty inarahnead 41Wa to'
pAy made. Apply to
In Grocer!es and L'quors,
boy I-t., Uhatleston' I. C.
'joy 1-t4 '' 1
JOHN o.D A L
.0 "1 W ALMiX-DA,)'
Al Ae 8fn of the Golden Pad Lock,
COLUT98IA, 9 .0
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Importer jld Detlet In English. and
AmerIse&
WAMows,
Circular Saws,
Mill Irons,
-g
INDIA RUBBER AND LEATIIER BELTING,'
Carpenters, th,k
andtannerii' Too8,
" Irnlshlng Hardware,
401Cget,s .
P a~&ints, Oils,
and American
lItAow- Glass,
5uns, Rifles,
Platols.
8hot Belts,
Powder Flasks,
, . owder, 8hot, &c.,
P&e 1A--M. -,,
,pft3mentbs Aftser 'dtate,- applicat Io'n
11 Il bE'mrade to the Charlotte & South.
Ca lna~ laiload ti a ily for s'enewal.of
OetThole of Stook,N~ 0~9, l'8' PIares.,
OrIgInal Certinloate '~4l the~ jtre of
.. ..... Etout.'
o~t6--aw8m
ESTABLISHED IN-1800,
GINS mtade and repa1red. Also, thus ft.
ReCIEICHIT REVERSE GRIST MILL,
',tflinALLI0 BiflAZ, CASEU,
a new and seat pattern on hand.
ang 21-6mo.
COLUMfIA.SO Sept. 21, 1866.
0N ad aft T)2, e3ROUGh
'e pO . t MM'. ,8NDB1S.Olf,
sept-28 - Maninat.

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