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Winnsboro Prices Current.
Corrected Tri. Weekly by Ca heart Nallhewa
W1lINx oNno, December 15, 1860.
Apples, bushel, $2 00
llagging, Gunny, V yard, 88
Dundce *' " 87
.Uale Rope, blanilla, lb, 28
" Now York or Vestern, ' lb, 20@26
llacon, Hams, 'P ib,
" Bides, y lb, 22}
" Shoulders, '1 lb, 2t'
Ilutter, Country, 'V Ib, 26
qotton, Yarns ' bunch, $8
" Ordinary lb, 2
" Middling, 26
Candles. Parafitte, lb, 60
" Sperm, lb, 60
" Adanantine, lb, 85
t'offeo, Rio, Ib, 82@83
" Laguayra, lb, 45
" Java, lb, 50
('heeso, English Dairy, lb, 80
" Goshen, lb, 26@28
]liides, Dry, lb, 10(R)l0
] ard, lb, 20@22
Tlolayses, Muscovado, gallon, - 76
4 Sorghum, " 60
" New Orleans, " $ 1 26
Nalls. lb, 8
tlttions, bushel, $1 75@2 00
4 oij, Kerosine, gallon, 1 20
- " Tanners, " 1 70
llorn, White, bushel, 1 60
"Yellow, 1 00
Falt, Liverpool, sack, 8 76
Cards, Cotton, doz, 9 00
" Wool " 8 00
Sugar, Crushed, lb, 28
" Powdered, lb, .28
Broyn, lb, 14@18
Extra C, 18
T.a, Extra Gunpowder, lb, $2 00
Ilyson, lb, - 1 50()2'00
Black, lb, 1 25Ca31 60
Tobacco, Chewing, lb, 88@1 60
Specie, Gold, 40
" Silver, 80
Flour, Country Ext,g owt, 9?9
Ohio, Extra,lbl, 14.00@16 00
Axes, W. J. Teneyck & Co., dos, 24 00
" Collins, Warranted dos. 24 00
.Y Virtue of an Execution to me directed,
I will offer for sale at Fairfield Court
House on the first Monday and the day foi
l oging, in January next, within the legal
hours of sale, to the highest bidder, for
Cash, the following Hleal Property. Pur
chuasers to pay for Titles.
One tract of 8050 acres more or less of
land in Fairfield District adjoining lands of
John Ilarridon Sr , deceased, N. A Peay,
deceased, John E. Robertson, John Robert
son Dixon and others, and the Watereo
River, levied upon as the property of Jas.
E. Dt'hy (now deceased.) at the suit of T. S.
Dullose and I. B. loylston, Exrs. vs John
Harrison 'r.,.James Hlarrison,Jas. E. Doby,
and John E. Rohertson.
One tract I 1-5acres, more or less, of land,
in Fairfield District, adjoining lands of R
11. Boylston, dead., and C. & S. C. Railroad,
and Mottltrlo street, of the Town of Winns.
horo, levied upon ts the property of I. V.
ILney, at. the suit of Jos. D. Aiken, Trustee
of M. C. Boylston.
O'to tract of 3) acres, more or less, of
land in Fairfield District, adjoining lands of
Estate of N. A. Peay and .others, levied
upon as the property of James Ilarris6n,
Sr., at the suit of Vm. R. Robertson. 4
One tract of 600 acres, more or less, of
land in Fairfield District, adjoining lands of
John Iltoburtson, Abram D.Jones and cthers
levi-.d upon as the property of Janice liar
' rison, Sr. at the suit bf Wm. It. Robertson.
One tract of 885 acres, more or less, of
land in Fairfield District, adjoining lands of
D. 1. Kirkland, J. K. Davis, Estate of
Charles Rabb and Estate of E. F. Lyles,
levied upon as the property of Isaac K.
Jamc% at the suit of Wm. 1R. Robertson.
One tract of 466 acres, more or less, of
lanl in Fairfield District, adjoining lands of
T. W. Itabb. Sr., Williamn Blair, 'Airs. E.
D)avis and others, levied upon as the pro
perty of. RL. T. Yarborough, at the suit of HI.
E W. OLLEVEli, 8. F. .
Sheriff's Office, 14th Dco., 1800.
oct 15,.tl x8
To Persons Emnigrating to Florida.
** THE STEAMER
CAJ?TvAIN LOUIS N.00OXETTEIR,
W1VILL ttansport gangs of sands from
Charleaton to 'points on the St.
Johtn's lilver, Florida, at the following
'(Grown hands at Five-Dollar,, ($6) each.
Children under ten years of age, free, luules,
IIeres, and Wagons, at reduced rates.
~The DICTATOR leaves Charleston every
rriday night at 10 o'clock.
* J. D. AIKEN & C0., Agenk', .e
17 Vanderhorst Wharf,
deog-ImCharlesto, 8. C.
A LI, persons having d3ndeagasinst the
are regnetted to pmot ihW pply at.
tested to me,. and tbhe per~osoneobted tw
the ease at' eqiest @t hakepymo
asi am..deslrons of setayng sp saId eEthte
in a short timne.
' JOON~ 2 ENSB~ON, Adue,
nov 2 A-tl,e
LL pcrsons indebted to the estate o
J 'Neal, deceased, are hereby
notified that I have placed'all the demands
in favor of said estate ins the hand of offi
cers of the law for collection.
Those whose indebtedness exceeds twen.
ty dollars will find the demands against
theu in the hands of my attorney at law,
Y. I. Robertson, 1.r,., and those whose in.
deb!edness does not exceed that sum will
fin( the deminds against them in the hands
of Iobert Ilaw. horn, Esq., Magistrate.
* 8AML. Rt. MARTIN,
Admr. of the estate of Jacob O'Neal, deed.
LL persons having demands against the
Estate of William E. Hall, d.ceased, are
directed to render in the same properly
authenticated to the undersigned athis office
H. A. GAILLARD,
Nov 13-tx8w C. E. F. D.
LO I' of the above for sale in lots to suit
PAINTS, OILS, &c.,
Just received from Philadelphia.
10 kegs Pure White Lead, different brands,
1 barrel Linseed Oil, (refined,)
16 boxes 11 indow Glass, 8x10, 10x12, 12x
100 lbs. Putty,
Paint Brushes, assorted sizes,
2 barrels. Lamp Chimneys-Nos. 1, 2, 8,
Cases Concentrated L.ye.
Barrels Nortlern Irish Potatoes, Apples.
White Onions and New Hulled Buckwheat,
For sale low by
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.
nov 10-tf No. 2, Hotel Range.
c -OOD NIDWS!
JUST received, inting and Open Faced
Silver WATCIHES. Also Black Silk
Ouards and Fancy Vest Chains.
Just received. A lot of fine Jewelry.
Watches. Clocks and Jewelry repaired in
workman-like manner and warranted for
nov l5:Im CHARLES MULLER.
TO RENT OR LEASE.
r WO Hundred Acres of Land lying four
l miles below Rocky Mount Ferry on
Catawba River. 'There are thirty acres of
good Creek bottom and about. the same of
hill land cleared which is No. 1 Cotton Land.
Permission will be given to clear more land
if it is desired. For terms &c.. apply to
the subscriber at his residelice four miles
from Rocky Mount.
J. C. CA LD\VEL L.
NOTICE is hereby given to the creditors
of the Estate of William Richardson,
deceased, to render an account of their de
mand to me between this date and the first
day of January next, properly attested.
MILTON . 1IIUNLOP,
Ex parte 1 Petition to
C. II. Rivers. f Perpetuate Testimony."
T HIE Petitioner in the above stated appli.
Ication, having filed his petit.ion to per
petuate the testimony of the title to a cer.
lain tract of land alleged to be conveyed to
him by Carolus Felder.'.
Ir is ORDERED, on motion of Mr. Rion,
Solicitor for the Petitioner, and in pursu
ance of the Act of the General Assembly in
such case made.and provided,.that all per
sons Interested In the said premises do ap
pear at this office three months, from the
publication hereof, to examine the evidence
that may be produced, and to produce evi
dence in reply.
C. E,F. D.
Nov. 1st, j8o6.j
RULE TO PLEAD.
.vs. ~ .Attachment. .
W IJER.EAS8 the Plaintiff did on the 17th
day of August, .A. D. 1888, file her
Deelaration against the Defendant, who, (as
it Is sali) Is absent from and without the
Jimits of this State, having neither wife snor
Attowney known withiin the same, upon
whom a copy might be served.
'It is therefore ordered, that the Defend
ant do appear and plead to this DIwtion
orci before the 18th day of Atugat"A' Dt
187 e oherirse final ad .absolite. dmen.
wil then be given andi awarde4 fr the
Plain.tify against hiha.
8. R. CLONE, 0i C.?P.
Clerk's ORee, Faiwlietd Distriot,.
NEW GOODS! NRW GOOi.
A SECOND SUPPLY OF
ThirW G-OODS i
CONSISTING in part of
Ready Made Clothing, Blankets. Shawls,
Half and All Wool Delanes, Black Bom
bazines and Alpacoas, Black and
Colored French and English
Merinoes. Rook Island
Jeans and Cassimeres,
French and En
Tweeds and Sattinets, Flannels. (white, red
and colored,) Boots. Shoes, Hate, Caps
an Fanoy Articlee.
Bagging, Roping, Sugar, Coffee, Flour,
A general assortment of Hardwar always
on hand. All of which can be bougt very
low. THOMPSON, WITHERS, & CO.
T HE subscribers invite attention to their
containing the usual variety of
Ready blade Clothing,
Rats, Shoes and Boots;
' Wooden Ware.
Our terms are Cash and we hope to se
cure a liberal patronage by selling at small
pf KETCHIN, McMASTER & CO.
oct '18-tf Hotel Rahge.
SADLES, HARNESS, &c.
T IlR subscriber lias on hand and
is constantly manufacturin
SADDLES, HARNESS, and BRI ES, of
all descriptions, and every arti, -le in his
line of the best material. Also, GIN
BANDS of every sie. Repairing done with
All work warranted. Call and see-prices
Win. E. Aiken, and Petition to
Agustus M. Aiken,
Adm'rs Est. of Perretuate Testi
David Aiken, deo'd. J tnony.
r HE Petitioner in the above stated ap
1 plication, havipg filed their petition to
perpetuate testimony of a settlement had
on 22d February, 1861, between the heirs.
at law of David Aiken, deceased, and of a
division and partition of the real estate of.
said deoeased by the said heirs.
It, io rdered, on motion of Mr. Rions, So..
licitor for the Petitioners, that, in purau
ance of the Act of the General Assembly in
such epse made and provided, all parsons
inters&d in the above stated matters do
appear a this office titree months -from the
date hereof, to examine the evidence that
may be produced, and produce evidence in
reply. HI.A. OAILLA RD,.
U. E. F. D.
22d Nov., 1866.
State of South Carolina, -
' vs. In E~quit.y,
John R. Hlarrison, B ill for
Bli Harrison. , Dower.
I N pursuance of a decree made iu 1ths ease.
all the judgment and other creditors of
John Harrison, deo'd , are hereby notitled
on or before the first day of Alay next, to
exhibit and prove bygpuffRoient testimony
before the uttdersigned at his office in
Winnsboro, their several and respective
judigments, exeositions, debts, claims and
demands agaisftt the estate 4f said deceas-.
All judgmont'oroditors also notified that
they are extdoined in sai& deero. from on
forcing their writs of Felri Facias against
the said tracte of land-and all other cre
ditors, that they are therein enjoined from
oomnmenoing or prosecuting .any suit or
suits at law against the defendant, John R.
Harrison, as Adihaistrat or of said estate
without, the leav, of this court.
- H. A. A ILL ARD,
. E.9. D.
Wsnaboro, S. C., yept. 4, lUG,
IMPORTING & MANUFAI
Wholesale Druggists' and
Dealers In Irugs Chlemicals, Per
NO. 238 KING STREET
N. A. PRATT, I, W. W
Chemist to late C. S. Natre and Mining Bureau
Wirinsboro Female Institute..
- 43d SESSION.
H AVING purchased the large
and commodious building
known as Bank Range, I will re.
sutne the duties of this Institute
on Monday, 14th of January,
The School will be jointly under the
charge of Mrs. C. Ladd, Principal of the
WinnsLoro Femalo Institute, and Rev. J.
Obear, former Principal of the Vinnsbuoro
Tuition will vary according to classev,
trom $15 to 518 and $22, per aesion ,,f
Languages, Ancient or Modern, Mu-,
Drawing and Painting, in Oil or Water CA.
ors, a separate charge.
The Musical and French Department will
be under.the control of Mrs; Obear.
Board m..y be obtained at the Iustitutc
or wfth Mr. J. S. Stewart. Mrs. tosborough
or Mr. J. M. Elliott.
nov 24-lyr. MRS. C. L 11)1).
Ketchin, McMaster & Co.,
ROTEL RANGE. .
FRESH CANNED OYSTERS,
Soda Biscuit, Cheese,
3 Bags Coffo,
1 Barrel Crushed Sugar,
1 " Brown Sugar,
10 Kits Best No. 1 Mackerel,
1 Barrel No. 3 Mackerel,
10 lloxes Smoked Herrings,
2 Boxes Turpentine Soap,
10 Drums Dried Figs,
.A.1 0, . *
I Box Glass 20x24 inches,
Cow and Sheep Bells.
"Expected to arrive in a few days fron
New York and Baltimore, anuther Full
Stock of Dry Goods, Shos Hats, &c.
6O PAIRS Whole Stock Brogans,
060 pairs Split U. B. Brogans,
30 pairs L. & B. Brogans.
00 pairs Boys and Misses Shoes,
2 cases Heavy Boots,
20 pairs Gents Calf Shoes,
Ladies Calf and Kid Walking Shoes,
Ladies Glove Jtid Shoes,
LADD BROS & CO.
2 DOZ. GENTS IESORfl'E liATIS,
2 doz. Gents IRicoli llats,
2 do. Gents Planters Hats,
4 do:. Gents IIeavy Wool Jlata,
Boys Hatus and Caps,
.LADD BROS & CO.
O N and after Saturday the st 'inst., tIe
undersig ned will sell off their
*ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS,
COST AND EXPENSES.
Tbe Stock is fresh, well nssorted and
bought cheap, so the.t BAR(OAINS willI
surely be offered.
THOMPSON, WITH ERS & CO.
F'OR BBJJSTT. .
T HE FARM lying one iailo below town,
and the HIOUSE now occupied by Ble~
A. 0. Stacy, possession of house to be gived.
1st Decmber. 0. HI. McMASTE R,
I Ex'r. Estate J. MoMaster,
"El tiale Drcotice.
A LL persons having claims against the
?.Estate of J. P. Hutohison, deceased,
.wil'render in the same properly authenti
cated to the undersigned at his office in
Wilnnsboro. H1. A. 0UILARD,
nev 16-t9xD Adtn'r andl 0. E. F. D.
& RIFOR NEXT YEAR.
T HIE STOR"E -tow occupied by Duboso
?Egeston & Co.-, also convenilent aud
otortable aparinwente in Winnaboro Hiotel,
with stable rooa nil garden if desired,
nDoY10 G. R. McM?A8TP.R.
TURING DRUG HOUS E
Punery mid 1rIggists Sundries,
[LSON, I'. ii.*W\ILSON.
Chemist to late C. S. Ord' 1ipt.
DOWN WITH THE
W FI: are now receiving and will 'costanf.
1Y ly reeeive at g teral assortment of
0iItC:i1ES, \ll.\V1)WAiE, &c., which we
will dispose of t'r CASI1-at very low
prices. Cotton. Wheat, Corn. PerrP, Wool
ail almost asnytlilg raided in the country
taken at iarket prices in settlemnent, for
50001 h. Biltimore Bacon Sides
10tt0ut lbs. }xtra tito Flour,
harrels 1 and i icackerel,
Lard. Chety,, Teal.
Suga r's 1ol1a..+S. C(offec, & .
Mtill, Cro *s Cut, and Iland S:w
('lfe. Mlills, 1%'ire Sives, N:ait,
urry Cornbs. Ilnorse Brushes,
Axes-, Shovels, Spades,
uttoon rnd W\'-l OUrde,
Stock, 'alock, &c.
T'in and Crockery Ware,
Shoes, II,ts, liagl_ing and Itope.
Wotroden W\'ar. Seed Wleatt,
Curn, Pcia. ,\. At
CAt1lCAllT & MATTI1lEIIS.
nov (' "tf'
JOHN C. DI)---L;
(l.ate ALIEN & 1)IAL,)
A-t he .' iji n the Goldrn Pad .ick,
COLtM IA, S. C.,
WII(oL .\ 2 AN I) i1'i'1T.\ ,
Importer and Dealer in English and
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
1 ltON, STEh;.
Sugrar Pan, ,
INDI."A I I'lilR ANi LETHIER 111E.iN,
aupentere. I;i tk.smitI
and '1'.an u T n
1'laser. l'ai nt,, Oils,
French and A inericau
, 1Wind~tw tGha s,
:'hat lit ifr,.
'twder Fl.,k. ,
sept18-6n .'owde'r, Shot, &c.,
rt"('F..F rronathi after dat', rppliecati.-n
-1. ill bie tou"le to the (harlotte & South
'inolinit I iL,i d + -unip:.n : fur rtnewal of
'er1tiri nt of Stri': lio. 3I 59, 13 Share..
Origiunad teritiente issued in thle fnme of
Margare&t Ab iishat r, diatedi 2hth la y, 18G-.
aind has been 1:t.
\ IlL beslut l.rivatO saLle two1 goog
Mv LES. l'or inilfraiuto napply to
11. A. I3AILLARD).
Gen'I Supt's Wlice, 0, & S. (0,
P'ASSENG F,R TEl AINS, will;ruas be.
L':e (onlinl)nia 3 10 A. NI
Arrive at Ch:a'lotte 9.l40 A. MI.
Leave Chlarlot ie at I. 10 A. Md.
Arrive at Columbbis 1.40 I. M.
nov 6-t ' Superirtende.nt.
Schcduile over the Soullh Carolinat . R .
GE.F.RAL. SUP"TS OPFJCE,
(2IH aTroN, S. 0., Nov. t.
('0N and after Wednesdayn., November 7th she
IPassaen.ger Trains of this road wi)l rue
the following~ schedulo
Leave Charleston, 8.0a m'
Arrive s' t.,olahe ia, 5.20 p m
Leave Columbia, A50J~ a mn
Artrive at: Chatrlesli. - -2.00 p, m.
Leave Amugustna, 54 p m.
Arrive aIt Kinggillo' 1.05 a mn
Arrive at fcolutbia. 3.00 a fl
leave Columbia ' --.00 p m.
Arrive'at. Kingsvillo -3.40 p gy
Arrive at Augusta, 12.100nIgl.
i. T. PEA KE, (en'I Sup't.