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Farm for Snl'.
IVIllLboro Pripes Current.
Correted 'ri- Weekly by Cathcart 4" Matthews.
iV1NN8uORto, November 12, 1806.
Apples, Bushel, $8 00
.Iagging, Gunny, yard, 40
" ' Dundee " 86
itale Itopo, Mnilla, 1b, 28
Now York or Vestern, lb, 20@80
Ilnacod, Ilams, '-Ib,
Sides, '"j3 Ib, 25
" Shoulders, 'I lb, 22
Blutter. Country, V 1b, . 26
'ott'on, Yarns '11 bunch, $800
" Ordinary Ib, 27
Candles. Parafine, Ib, 60
Sperm, lb, 60
H Adamanltind, l6, 85
t'offee, Rio, lb, 82@85
4t. Laguayra, Ib, 46
" Java, lb. 60
Cheese, English Dairy) Ib,
" Goshen, lb, 256@r28
Hides, Dry, lb, 10@10
I ard, lb, 26
Molasses, Muscovado, gallon, 85
" Sorghuni, " 60
" NeW Orleaus, " $1 25
Na'1s. lb, 81@91
'ttnions, bu$1hel, $1 00
Oil, Kerosine, gallon, 1 20
" Tanners, " 1 70
Corn, White, bushel, 1 60
" Yellow, 1 50
Fall, Liverpool, saek, 4' 86
Cards, Cotton, dor, 10 00
" Wool " 0 00
Sugar, Crushed, lb, 23
" Powdered, lb, . 28
" Irowvn, 1j, 14@18
" ExtraC, 18
Tea, E;xtra Gunpowder, lb, $2 00
ilyson, lb, -1 50(@2 00
Black, lb. 1 2()1 00
Tobacco, Chewing, lb, 8801 60
bpeoie, Gold, 46
" Silver, 88
Flour, Country Extra owt, 9@0)
" Ohio, Extra, bhl. 14.00@15 00
Axes, IV. J. Tetneyck & Co., doz, 24 00
" Collins, Warranted doz. 24 00
Market Report8. -
T0'i o.:, Nov. 9.-Consots 89); U, S. Fives
LIvruroor. Nov. 9:--Cotton unchanged;
Mid-lling Uplands 14jd ; sales to-day'100,
N:w Yontt, Novenbee 10:-Cotton de
clining: very limited demand: sales of 8000
bales, Middling Uplands at80; Middling
Orleans 80. Gold 1441.
ESTATE NOTICE. -
LL persons having demands against the
Estate of William E. Hall, dtecessed, are
directed to ronder in the same properly
atithenticated to tho unddtsigned athisoffico
11. A. iAILLAID,
C. E. F. D.
P Y virtue of sundry executions to me di.
rected, I will offer for sale at Fairfield
Court Hluuse on the first Monday and day
following in December next, within the le
gal hours of t1tle, to the highest bidder, for
(}ash, the following Iteal Prdporty. Pur
chmers to pay for titles:
One tract of 104} acret of lanc in Fair
fluId District, aduining lands of George
Simupson. Mrs. Sarah Jones, Johrt if Cath
cart and others, levied upon as the property
of 'lhoumas J. Spurrier, at the suit of J. W
One tract of 400 acres (nroro or less) of
land in Fairfield District, adjoinIng lands of
J: K Davis, John C. Bell, Mrs. Sarah Pear
so an oren levied upon as th~e property
of i hios. It. B3ell at thie suit of Nancy W.
'thomipson and others.
One tract of 870 acres (more or less) of
lanid in Fairfiold District, adjoning lands of.
TIhomtas It. Bl.1, Darniel ltugheoy, Estate
lands of Dr. Thomas k'. Furmnan andl others,
-Ievied upon as the property of Johnu C. Bell,
at the suit of Nancy W. Thompson and oth
One tract of 244 acres (more or loss)- of
landi it Fairinold D)istriot, adjoining lands of
. ... Pearson, Sr., Win. Blair, James Me.r
0ill and.others,, levied upon as the property
of J. 1D. Pearson, Jr., at the suit of t. T.
Yarborougb, for another.
One tract of 350 acres (more ot- less) of
land in Fairfield DistrIct, adjoining lands of
A. F. Lumnpkin, Zobumlons Mobley, and Es
tate of John U. Mobley4 evled upofi alS the
property of Win. B. M9bley, at the suit of
-Smlih & Melten.
*One -tract of 700 acres (more or less)' of
-l1Pai rlel'd Distriet,.aMoining lands of
~1Johg 0. )Iobley, DaniellHall, A.
kfhin and Estate of - Barber,
lsyt)upqn a% the property of Zebulona Mob.
1o; hi UagiSt, of Smit h & Mellon.
12Th of N4ovember, 180.
TO RENT FOR NE;KT YEAlk
,11tI(8'TORE now occupIed by Du6ose
.LEgleston & Coe., also conv6nient, and
9umid6rtable apart*nents in Winnsbero hotel,
b*il stable room and gardeta if desired.
no.v4(A. iH. MoMIASTER.
Yr. Doran wrIies to g paper o
esoribe the lamentable condition of Huck
nial Toskard Church, in which 1ie buried
the bodies-of Lord Byron, his mother, and
"Ada, sole daughter of my house and heart."
The church ab ftsed by Cromwell' troopers
as a stable, but no farmer with any regard
for his horses would think of placing them
there now. Should a shower of rain come
on during the service, a portion of the scan
ty oo'igregation has d nigrato from one
part of the church to another. Mr. Doran
asks if Englishmen will not restore the tedt.
ing place of their great poet from stYdr
shameful neglect. - If they will not, he pro
poses to appeal to t.he GOeke--rather a
hopeless idea, we fear, though Byron did
die in their behalf at Missolonghi.
A correspondent in Paris writes as fol
Yesterday we visited'the tomb -of Napo.
,eon, certainly the grandest monument ever
erected over the remains of man. It is al
most overpowering in its solemn 'magnifi
cence-the lofty dome, with its $orgeous
frescoes overhead, and below, the immense
cenotaph of porphyry in which he lies, with
admirably sculptured figures standing
around, each face wearing an expression of
stern sorrow, the old battle-flags in groups
between the figures. You go in with a guide
(makingno payment,) walk about, linger as
you like, and have nothing to jar upon the
thoughts and feelings inspired by the place.
I could not help recalling Mrs. Browning's
beautiful poem, "Crowned and buried."
"Sinco he had the geuhas to be loved, let
him have the justice to be honored in his
FARM FOR SALE.
riIS FARM issituated on AA --
the road leading from
Winnsboro to Camden, one
and a half miles from the - former p ace.
eighty or ninety of. which are in original
woods. The land for the mgst part lies
well and is susceptible of great improvo+
mont. Onthe premises are a comfortable
Dwelling House with all necessary out
buildings: an orchard of choice young fruit
trees, and Is well watered. Phe place is
eminently healthf\l, and ts altogether a
most desirable situation.,
For price and other particulars apply to
J. M. Rutland, Esq., Winnsboro, or to Mr.
R. M. DuBose, on the premises.
E -Oli ENTT.
T HE FARM lying one mile ,below tor-n,
and the I0180 E now- occupied by Rev.
A. dC. Stacy, possession of house to he given
1st December. 0. II. MoMASTER,
Ex'r. Estate J. MoMaster.
A LOT of the above fot sal'o in lots to suit
!'AIN', 01"8 &C.,
Just received f-otn Philadelphia.
10 kegs Pure Whit Lead, different brands,
1 barrel Linseed 011, (refined,)
16 boxes ti indow Glass, 8x10, 10x12, 123
100 Ths. TVutty,
PaWdt Brushes, assorbed sises,
2'barrels, Lamp Chimneys-Noe. .1, 2, 8,
f~ases 9onoentrated Lye.
Darrels Northern Irish Potatoes, Apples,
Wlte.Onions and New Hulled Buckwheat.
For gale low by
* . BACOT, RIVERS & CO.
nov 10-tf No. 2, Hotel Range.
Schedulcover the South Caro0Haa R. I.
G ENERAL SUP''WS OFFICE,
C5A-R LEstON, S. 0.-, Nov. 3.
ON and after Wednesday, November 7th the
~.Pasenget- Trains of birit road' will run
the following schedule
Leave Charlebton, 8.00 a m
Arrive at Uohnombia, 56.20 p mt
Leave Columbia:, . 60 a m
Arrive at Ohavleston, 4.00 p. m.
TirBOtIQK SAlL TaAI30..
Leaed A'ugusta', 6.$0 p us
Arri~ve at Kingevilld 1.05 a
Ar'ite' at Coh:tmbta -8.00 a m
Leave' Columbia 2.00 p m
Arrito ?t tilngsvle 8.40 p m
.Arrive at Augusta, * 12.00 night
Gen'1 Supt's O3cee 4.4 S. C.
COLUMBIAb S. C., Nov. 7, 1816.
()Ntand after Ney. 7,- 1888, T HROUG H
Uo PASSNGBR,TRAINS, wilI,runaas be
Leave p?olunabla at 8.10 A. M.;
AVf4in at Charlottd; 9.40 A. M.
Leasv Charlotle at, . 8'.10 A; If.
Art'ive at Cohimbia 1.40 P. M.
JMBS ANDE RSON,
now 0-if Stsperiatendent.
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Every Style and Quality.
nov 8-itf LADD, BROS & CO..
DOWN 'ITH THE
WE are now receiving and will constant.
ly receive a general assortment of
GROCERIES, H ARDWARE, &c., which we
will dispose of for CASII-at very low
prices. Cotton. Wheat, Corn, Peae, W6ol
and almost anything raised in the country
taken at market prices in settlement for
6000lbs. Baltimore Bacon Sidos,
10.000 lbs. Extra Ohio Flour,
Barrels 1 and 2 Mackerel,
Lard, Cheese, Tea's,
Sugar's Molasses. Coffee, &o.
Mill, Cross Cut and Hand Saws,
Coffee Mills, Wie8ives, Nails,
Curry Combs, IIorse Brushes,
Axes, Shovels, Spadep,
Cotton and Wool Cards,
Stock, Padlocks, &c.
rin and Crockery Ware,
Shoes,- Hats, Bagging and Rope;
Wooden 'Ware, Seed Wheat,
-Corn, Peas, &o. At
CATHCART & MATTIHEWS.
NORTH CAROLINA JEANS
For sale by
KETCHIN, MoMASTER & CO
.Coffee, Green and Black Tea.
CRUSHED, Clarified atd,: Brown .Sugars,
Soda, Shgar. Wine and Butter Crack.
era. BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
oat 2-tf No. 2, Hotel Range.
LEGAL NOTIC'E. -
District Court of Fairfield,
WINNSBORO, & C., Oct. 12, 1800.
O1RDERED, that the Clerk of the 'District
Court do give notice that this Court is
now organized, and ready to sit in Chambers
at the Court House, for the. transavtion of
such business, within its jurisdiction, as
may be brought before it.
*Also ordered, that a speoal TertM oT the
Court be held in the Court House on the
first Monday in November next for the pear
pose of arranging the Jury lists, and. draw
ii& Jurors for the first quarterly 8essiori of
t Court, which is to be-hold on the second
Monday after the fourth Monday in January
next., and that notice liegiven that the Re.
turn Day for the irst eluarterly Session
falls on Friday lice 1st day of February
next. By order of the Court.:
8. B. CLOIWNEY,
Cle'vk of the District Court,
IiiSS PEONNEAU'S SClOOL
r HEl fifst Sessiona (of five monthis) will
..commence 'February 1st, 1807..
TERMS PER. SESSION.
1st Class in Engllph,- 22.00
Lower Glasses, 1-8.00
Terms per half'-srtsson or any less time,
half the above.
Board, ecv reavtonsblo ternis can be pro
ouredl in an eligible private family; in the
Immediate tielbaity acid in colcnection with
lice School. ntor 1---fxaw8m
RULE TO PLEAD.
H1 lEREA'8-the Plaintiff did on the 1'fth
Vday of August, A. 17. ) 860, fle her
Declaration against the Defendlant, who, (as
it, Is said) is absent froni anid. Without the
limiti of this State, havlag neither wi(eno,
Attorney knoVfn- withhir the same, upoh'
whomt a copy~might b'e served.
It is therefbrv ordered1 thcat, thet 1)efend'.
ant do appear and plea4to thIp D%oleratiop
on or before the 1 ~i day of August,- A D.
1867, otherwise fina anhd abbolute judgment
will then be given. abd awarded for the
Plain'tiff, against,icr. -
8 .CLOVNEY, 0. 0. 1P.
Olecrk's O0fice, Fairfield-District,
* August, 17th, 1866,.
MPORTING & MNUFA
Wholesale Druggists' and
Dealers in Drugs Chemicals Pe
NO. 38 KING STREE
N. A. PRATT, L. W. i
Chemibt to lajo C. 8. Nitre and Mining Burea
t HE subscribers invite atteutien to their
DlE? G -OOIJS,
containing the usual variety of
Ready Made Clothing.
Kentudky Jeans ;
Hats, Shoes and Boots;
, C Wooden Ware.
Our terms are Cash and we hope to se
cure a liberal patronage by selling at sainll
KETCIIIN, MoMASTER & CO.
Oct 18-tf Hotel Range.
DRY GQODS I
G o E IE]sB
TIN AND HARDWARE!
ARE TO BE EOUND AT
JAMES D. MILNOR'S,
A LARGE lot of Washing and Toilet Soaps
on hand, also Perfumery of all kinds.
Lubis Extracts, and Belle* Cologne, (gen
uine,) besides many cheaper varieties.
Well Buckets, Well Rope and Wheels.
1i Boxes Cheese. which will be sold at
lowest market rates. nov 8-tf
SADLES, HA RNESS, &c.
THE subscriber has on hand and
is constantly manufacturing
SADDLES, UAtNESS, and' BRIDL S , of
all descriptions, and every arti -lo in his
line of the best materia. , Also; GIN
BANDS of every size. Repairing done with
All work warranted. Call and see- ptioes
AISG TO RENT.
The Store at present ocoupied by 1Ir..Jas
D. Milnor. F. GRIG.
NEW 00OO8! NEW OOOS!
A SECOND SUPPLY OF
CONSISTING in part of
Ready Made Clothing, Blankets., Shawls,
Ualf and All Wool Delanes, Binok Bomn
batines and Alpaccas, Black eand
Colored French and English
Mdi-ihoes, Rook Island
Johtns and Cassi:neres,
Freinoh and' En.
Twe s and Sattinets, Flannels. (white, red
anwl'iolored,) Boots. Shoes, Hats, Caps
and Fancy Articles.
Blagging,.Roping, Sugar, Coffee, Flour,
A general aortment, of Hardware always
on hand. All of which can be bought, very
low. THOMPSON, WITHERS, & CO.
IOFFER for sale the STEAM SAW and
(JRIST MUiL, with Lands attaohed, be
loniging to the estate of John Campbell, de.
'deased. tor t'erms a pply te
. J. W.CAMPBELL,Exr.,
Ridgeway, 5. 0
N. B. I ll continue the Litmber busIa
nss until the Mills are disposed' of.
OTURING DRUG HOUSEi
-a8OxT 13ROS .,
rfulery and Druggists Sundries,
, CIIARLEBTON, 9, c.
VILSON, P. B. WILSON,
U. Chemist to late C. 8. Ord. Dlit.
T IE undersigned, being the oldest Im.
porters and Dealers in Guano, ii'
Charleston, inform their friends that they
expect to receive a regular supply of
PURE PERUVIAN GUARO,
direct from the agents of the Peruvian Gov
ernient, at New York; which will soll at all
times at the lowest market rates. Orders
promptly filled. T. J. KERR, & CO.,
.Kerr's Wharf, Charlest on, 8. C.
BELTING! . BELTING I
INDIA RUBBER BELTING, all sizes
Old Anchor Brnnds, No. 3, to No. tO, for
sale low by
FISIIER & LOWRANCE,
nov 6-2w Columbia, S. C.
GUNPOWDER AT REDUCED
IN Kegs, 1lalf-Kegs, Quarter-Kegs nnd
Canisters. Ouality gutranted equal to'
any made. Apply to
C HA S. It. Mnl1,
WholosaIe Dealer in Groceries and Liquors,
ri6. 9 laync-sl.,'Charleston, 8. C.
JOHN C.DI ALL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
At he Sign of the Golden Pad Lock,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WIIOLESAILE AND RETAIL,
Importer and Denier in -English n'id
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,,
INDIA RUBBER AND bEATIIER BELTINO,
and Tanners' Tools,
AORICU.TUI AL IMPLIMENTS1
Plaster, Paints, Oils,
French and 'American
Shot Belts, -
Powder, Shot, Sc.,
T!IREE months after date, application
. gill be made to the C!harlot to & uth
Carolina Railroad t'ompany ; for renewal of
Certifibate of' Stock, No. 1509, 13- Shares.
Original Certificato issued in theo name of'
Margaret Mushait, dated 26th May, 1862,
and has been lost.
J. S. STEWART, Executor,
FOR PALA TKA,
Fernandina, Jacksonyvllo, andi all
the Landings Onl the. St.
TH E SPLENDID STEAISIIIP
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN iOUIS M.00XETTER,
0N andl after the 26th October, this fnne
SH IPw ill sail. fropi Southern Wharf,
every Friday Night., at 10 o'olock, for the
above places. All freight must be paid here
by shippers. -
For Freight or Paisage apply on hoard,
or to the Ofilce of thio Agendty, $Id. 17 Van:.
J. D. AJl(IN .p#ents.
sept 20..tf- *,