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The reports from the Turkish pro
4inos, Asiatic and Eu-opean, of the
cotton orop, are most favorable, espe.
tially of that grown from American
beed, which this year will be a great
"Where is E-ast t" inqiti'red a tutor
bne day of a very .little pupil.
t Where .the morning comes from,"
ras the prompt and pleasant answer.
Winnsboro Prices Current.
Corrected Tri- Weekly by Cathcart . Matthews.
WiNNSooRO November 15, 1866.
Apples, Bushel, i$3 00
b lagging, Gunny, yard, 40
" Dundee " 86
/isle Rope, Manilla, %1 lb, 28
New York or Western, I1 lb, 20@30
llacon, Hlam, ib,
" Sides, Ib, 25
" Shoulders, 1 Ib, 22
latter, Country, ' Ib, 25
t'otton, Yarns ' ? bunch, $300
" Ordinary Ib, 27
" Middling, 28
Oundles. Parafie, Ib, 50
Sperm, Ib, 50
e' Adamantine, lb, 35
4'offee, Rio, lb, 82@35
" Lagunyra, lb, 45
" Java, lb, 50
4'heese, English Dairy, lb, -
" Goshen, lb, 25628
.ides, Dry, lb, 10U)10
3 ird, 1b, - 25
Molasses, Muscovado, gallon, 85
Sorghum, " 60
New Orleans, " $1 25
44ions, bushel, $1 0I)
t il, kerosine, gallon, 1 20
Tanners, " 70
4orn, White, bushel, 1 50
' Yellow, 1 50
SI*alt, Liverpool, sack, 4 85
A ards, Cotton, dos, 10 00
Wool " 9 00
t;ugar, Crushed, Ib, 23
Powdered, lb, 28
Brow1, lb, 14@18
" Extra0, 18
'tea, Extra Gunpowder, lb, $2 00
" Ilyson, 1, 1 60@2 00
" Black, lb, 1 25(1 50
'obacoo, Chewing, 1b, 38@1 50
tipeuie, Gold, 45
Flour, Country Extra -owt, 9(9)}
" Ohio, Extra, bhl. 14.00@15 0t,
Axee, W. J. Teneyok & Ca., doz, 24 00
" Collins, Warranted dos. 24 00
RULE TO PLEAD.
The State of South Carollna.
IN THU oldMON PL#As.
. F. DuBose
Saling WoIte ..
W HORBAS the-Plaiwiff did n the 16h
day of November, A. D. 1860 file
Ibis deolaraiidil agxiist tht! Defendant who,
(as ilis said) liabsettt Akom and without
the limits of thid State and has neither wife
nor attorpey known 'within the same upon
whoni a copy of tle said declaration might
It is.herefore ordered that .blt said De.
fendadt 4 appear add plead to the said
deoaration eodir before the 14th-d4ly of No.
gembpr, A, t. 1867. otherwise fiihal awd ab
solute judgment . *111 then be giien and
&warded .for the P4aint iff againstlsim.
S. B. CLOWNET,:d. U. '.
Clerk's Office, Fairfield Distridt.
13th November 1860 nov 16-1e9mly.
- ILL be sold at private sale two good
" T MUL$8. For information apply td
11. A. OAILLARD.
SH ERIFF'S SALES.
DY virtue of sundry executions to me di
1)rected, I will otferifor sale at Fairfield
Court, House ett thd fft. Sionday and day
following in Deceemberetoxt, within the Ie'
gal hours of sale,. to the highest bidder, for
Cash, the following Ites,i Propertj. Pur
ebasers to pay for titles:.
Onou tract, of 104Q acres of land in Fair
field District, . adolaing lands of George
tSimpson, Mrs. Sarah Jones, John HI Catia
cart and others, levied u.pon as tihe propermy
of Thornas J. Mpurrier, at the suit of G1. W.
-One traci, of 400) acres (maore or less) of
land in Fairfield D)istrkct, adjoining latnds of
J. K. Davis, John O. Dell, Mrs. Saah Pecar
ion and oth'es'slerIed upon as the property
d'Ihos. it. Bell St the suit. of Nancy W.
One tractAft 87* acres (sore or less) of
*land In'FaWitlNDetrict,-adjoining lands of
Thomaes-t. Belt, Daniel Hiughaey, Estate
Ja.dsef De.Thotaae F. Furmau and others,
luiedunpen as the property.of John-C-. Bell,
: sal:ti of Nancy Wj. Thtompson and oth.
eeat of 24A acre (esoro or less) o f
land in Fairfield District, sdJoining lands of
of G, B. Pearson, Jr., at the suit of Rt. T.
Yarborough, for ano:Jier.
-land in Phirfield District, adjoining lan'ds of
M.. F. Lempkln, Zebules .Mobleg atid' Es
*atef f.ha 0. Mobley, levied''upon as the'
*,property of Win. B. )tobleys at-the' suit of
> haix&Mlton. -
I'Od.e'4et of 700 acrej (iesrts or less) off
tiud . Fair4eld-District, adjoining lands of'
Estate oftJoha 0. Mobley, Daniel Hall, A.
F. Lutapki. and .Eatate of --Barber,
Aiued~ 4thyp'~eoprty,ef Zebulon Mob.
2 3I79 s he ap of Smith & hI'ett
li. W. OLLBVER, ..
~ ~eufs I~-6 8. F. D.
16L of Niovanlber, 1880.
$ d I1g1x
A LO t' of the above for sale in lots to suit
PAINTS, OILS, &c.,
Just received from Philadelphia.
10 kegs Pure White Lead, diffcrentbrattls,
.1 barrel Linseed Oil, (fefined,)
16 boxes % indow Glass, 8x10, 10x12, 12x
100 lbs. Putty,
Paint Brushes, assorted sizes,
2 barrels, L'ntp Chimneys--Nos. 1, 2, 3;
Cases Concentrated Lye.
Barrels Northern Irish Potatoes, Apples',
White Onions and New Hulled Buckwheat.
For sale low by
BACOT, RIVI1RS & CO.
nov 10-tf No. 2, Hotel Rango.
T lE FARAI lying one mile below town,
and the HIOUSE now occupied by Rev.
A. 0. Stacy, possession of house to' be given
1st December. 0. II. MoMASTE1Z,
Ex'r. Estate y. MeMaster.
A LL persons having domands against tho'
Estate of William E. Iiall, deceased, are
directed to render in the same properly
authenticated to the undersigned at his office
II. A. GAILLARD,
C. E. F. 1.
FOR INVESTING -IN
FAIRPIELD DISTRICT--SOUTH CARbNA.
Lucy Harrison, 1
vs. Decree fotr dle
John R. Harrison, of Lands, &d.
IJN pursuance of the Pecree of the Cou1't of
. Equity made in this ease, I will offer
for sale at. public auction, at Vinnsbdi-o
South tarolina, on Monday, the 3d day o
December next, (being the first Monday in
that month) several TiHOUSA ND ACRES o
the finest COTTON and GRAIN LANDS in
the State, belonging to the estate of Johti'
Harrison, Sr., deceased.
These lan-is are composed of the follow
ing several-tracts or plantations, vi : .
1. The tract known as the "River Place,"
oentainit. - about 3.838 acres, more or less,
lying inn -ediately on the banks of the N a
teree River. This plantation contains
about 1200 acres in original forest; and
several hundred ai.res of rich river bottoms
now in a ligh atate of cultivation; and has
upon it all necessary buildings, &c. It is
decidedly one of the bcst cotton and grain
plantations in the Southern country.
2. The tract known as the "Dutchman's
Creek Place." containing '',482 acres, more
or less. This tract is also a No. 1, cotton
and grain plantation, with a large creek
running through it, and has upon it all ne
-eossary buildings for laborers tock, &c
.8. The tract known as the "Bryant
Place," containing 545 acres more or less.
On this paoe is a very comfortable dwelling
house, with a number of out-houses, &c.
.4. T.hc tract known as the "Sandhill or
Mome Place," coutaining 308 acres, more or
dess. Most. of this place is in original
woodsR, and is a high and healthy place, and
is the homestead of the late John Harrison,
51. Tlhe tract known as the "Concord
'Churoh Pl,ce," containing 150 acres, more
-or less. Nearly the whole of this tract is
'covered with a tieik growth of the very
-largest and finest long leaif pinets, particu.
iarly su-ited to liailroadl pur'poses, shingles,
or anything which is ade, from pine tinm
ber; and1 It lies within two miles of the
Rtidgevay Depot en the Charlotte and
South, Carolina Railroad, with a good,
level wagon roadl leading thereto.
6. Tlhe tract known as the "Salt Pond
Racetrack," containing 100 acres.
The terms of Sale are as follows:EThe
purchaser of the "River Place" will be re
quired to pay the s.utm of PiK hundlred dol
lars, and onesixth ottho amount for which
It, sells, sad its proportionate share of the
cost s and ex#enses of the suit and sale IN
CASH ; sind for die balance a credit will be
given until the 1st of January 1888, 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 mo'ttgage of the premises.
For all the other tracts, one- sixth of the
amount. 't which they are bid off, together
with so mutch as may. bo necessary to aid
the "River,Placo"in defraying the costs and
expenses grf suits atid sale, will be reqtired
to be p aid in casli on day of sale ; and for
the balatiee a credit until the 1st of Janu.
ary I868, witih interest from first of JTanuary
1867, at wi. h time pessession will be giv
en-secur6d ny bond with at least two sure
ties-to ei.eh,-and-a mortga'ge of the premi
All the pur'chasers will be required to pay
in cash.for titls, &c., and a'ny purchaser
will be at liberty to pay in cash for the
1thole of Ills purchase i.f Jif dis;irh to do sa.
IIENR.Y A. GATLLARD,
Cowur. In Equity
Cotnntissloner's Oflice, '
finnsboqi .,S. C., Obt. 1'thg1666..
oar. 12;. e7T
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Every Style and Quality.
nov 8-tf LADD, BROS & CO.
DOWN WITH THE
A.- I I!
W E are now receiving and will constant.
-ly receive a general assortment of
OIIOCERIES, HARDWARE,.&o., which we
will dispose ofjor OASH-at very low
priccb. Cotton. Whioty, Cditt, Peas, Wool
and almost anything raised in the country
taken at, market prices in settlement fore
60001hk. Baltimore Ba'on Si's,
10.000 l1%. Extra Ohio Flour,'
Baiels 1 and 2 Maokerl',
Lard, Cheese, Tea's,
Sdar's Molasses, Coffee, &.
Mill, Cross Cut.atd Hand Saw.,
Coffee Mills, Wire Sives, Nails,
Curry Combs, Horse Brushes,
Axes, Shovels, spades,
Cotton and Wool Cards,
Stock, Padlooks, &a.
ri and Crockery Ware,
Shoe;, Kats, Baggigg and Rope,
Wooden' Ware, Seed Wheat,-.
Corn, Peas, &c. At
NORTH CAROLIN JEANS
For sale by
RETOHIN, 'MoI ASTER A CO
Coffae, Oren Ad Black Teat
[1RUSIIED, Clarifed' dhd Bro*n Sugatts,
U Soda, Sugar. Wide abd. Butter Crabk.
ers. BIACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
oct 2-tf Nt. 2, Hotel Range.
TO RENT FOR NEXT- YEAR.
SIE STORE no'w occupied by Duboso
T Egleston & Co., also convenient and
comfort able apartments in'Winnsboro Hotel,
with stable room ana garden-if desired.
nov 10 0 0. I. MeMASTER.
State of South Carolina,
vs. In Equity,
John R. H arr ison, Bill.for
Eli Hlarrison. . Do*er.
IN pursuance of a decree made in thuis ease.
1-all the judguiAt and other creditors of'
John Harrison, dec'd , are hiereby noti led
on or before the first day of May netxt,' to
exhibit andl prove by adflotent testimony
before the u-idersigned. .at hi. ,office in
Winnsboro, their .several and respeo'tive.
judigments, executIons, debts, elaims and'
deman"as againsl, the esitet of said deceas
All judgment deditors also notified thaat'
th,ey are enjoined in said' deeree from en
forcing their writs of Feari . Facias against
the said traets of land--andian other ore
ditors, that they are thdrln enjoined from
commenoing or prosccdt.ing any suit cr
suits at law against the defendant, John R.
Harrison. as Administratdr ef said estate
without the leav, of this court.
- H. AM QAILLARD,
0. E. F. D).
Wit.nbboro, S. C., 8dyL. 4, 1866.
Gen'I Supt's O0444, Cs A Se C,
COLUMBIA, 8.0.g1#*4 i 186.
0N and after Nov. 7, 1866, ~dI' 00H
PASSENGER TRAIk~ U,iIWrdff'as bo&
Leave'Colunablat at 8,10 4. Mf.
Arrive at CharlottEo - '*40 k
Leate -Charlotte.at 6.10 /' MT.
Arrive at Cohiu.la .40 P. M4.
now 6..tr .* ' a?nW 4atsk
Wholesale Druggists' and
Deajers hi Drugs Chemicals, Per
NO. 2:8 I1lG STREE'
N. A. PRATT, L. W. W
Chemiatto late C. S. Nitre and Mining B.ureat
T HE subscribers invite attention to their
containing the usual variety of
Ready M ddo Clothirig,
Line o '
Kentucky Jeans ;
Hats, Shoes and Boots;
Our'tens are Cash and we hope to se
oure a liberal patronage by selling at small
KETCIIN, MoMASTER & CO.
oct 18-If Hotel Range.
DRY GOb1S I
C O00 E EISI
TIN AND HARDWARE!
ARE TO BE FOUND AT'
JAMES D. MILNOR'S,
A LARGE lot of Washing and' Toilet Soaps
on hand, also Perfumery of all kinds.
.Lubins Extracts, and Belle Cologne, (gen
uine,) besides many cheaper varieties.
Wed Bdoketa, W4ll Rope and Wheels.
15 Boxes Cheese which will be sold at
owest. market rates, nov 8-tf
SAD'LES, HARNESS, &.
THE subscriber has on hand and
Ti constantly ,m'anufacturing
OADOLES, HARNESS, and BRIDLES, of
all descriptions; ahd every arti le in his
line df tio liest meterial. Also, GIN
BAND$,df every size. Repairing' done with
All work warranted. Call and ee- prices
ALSO TO RENT.
The Store at present occupied by Mr. Jas.
NEW 0GO98!. NEW OODS!
* A SECOND 8tfPPLY Ol'
] T]2IVt GOODi$! -
CONSISTILSiin part GfI,
Ready Made Clothing, Blanketsi Shawls~
Half and All WVool Delanes, Black Bogi
bazines and Alpacoad, Ihack adai
Colored Frenich and' rilis'h
Merinoes. Rooli tIslt
Jeans and Cassiries,
Freneb and En
Tweeds and Sattinets, Flannels. (white, red
and colored, Boots. Shoes, Hats, Caps
abd Fancy Articles.
Bagging, Roping, Sugar, .Coffee, Flour,
. . Cheese, &c.
A general astortriient of Hardware always
on hand. All of which can be,hought very
low. TlHOMIPSON, WIT HERS, & CO.
I OFFER for sale the STEAM SA W and
URIST MILL, with Laftds attached, be.
,ln~ ,to the ebtafte of John Campbell, dos
o or frni il6y
I J. W.CAMPI4LL, Exr.,
. .Rid*e's8. C
N. B. I will: ontinue the Lin r' bu-.
"nee unatil t.he.Mina ean Mihpo.A ofn
DTUR1NO DRUG HOUSEr
funery and Druggists Sundries,
', CIIARLESTON, s, U.
ILSON,. . P. B. WILSON.
Chemist to late C. S. Ord. Dpt.
Fernandina; Jacksonville, and all
the Jandings on the St.
TIIE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTER,
ON and after the 26th October, this fine
S1IIP will sail from Southern Wharf,
every Friday Night, at 10 o'clock, for the
above pluices. All freight must be paid hero
For Freight or Passage apply on board,
or to the Oflice of the Agency, No. 17 Van
J. D. AIKEf & Cd., Agente
TflIE undersigned,.. being the oldest. Im.
porters and Dealers in Gpano. in
Charleso'i,' itiform thefr friends that, they
expect to receive a regular supply of
PURE PERUVIAN GUARO,
f1irect from the age 'ts. of the Peruvian Gov
enment, at New York; which will sell at all
times at the lowest market rates. Orders'
promptly filled. T. J. KERR, & CO.,
Kerr's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
T HIl ninths after .dto, application
will be made to the Charlotte & South
Carolina Railroad''ompaty ; for renewal of
dGortificate of took, No 1609, 18 Shares.
Original Certl oat HisIV II thie name of
Margaret Mushatt, dated 26th May, 1862,
and has been lost.
J. S. STEWART, Executor.'
GUNPOWDER AT REDUCE11
TN Kegs, Half-Kegs, Quarter-Kegs and
Canisters. Quality guaranteed equal to'
any made. Apply to
CIHAS. II. MO1E,
11holesale Dealer in Oroceries and Liquors,
No. 9 liayne-st., Charleston, S. C.
nov 1-t 1
BELTIN! BELTING I
INDIA RUBBER BELTING, all sizes
Old Anchor Birandi,, No. 8, to No. 10, for
sale 1ow by
F'ISHIER & LOWRANCE,
nov 6.-2w Columbia, S. C,
JOHN C. DIAL,
(Lato ALLEN & DIAL,)
At he Sigdi of the Golden Pad Locke -
00LUMBIA, S. C.,
Imiorter and lcaler in Englishi and4
HARD)WARE & OUTLERYA
INDIA' RUBBER AND LEATilER BELTING,
and Tanners' Tools,
Plaster, P'afnhs, Oill,
French and Ameriean'
5Clt 1-Ot. Powdor, Shot, &e.,'