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Winnsboro Prices Current.
Corrected T i-..V)ekly by Ca(Acarl 4- Maithews
1't,Nvuoto, Decebor 20, 1800.
Apples, BusheJ,, $2 00
I.ggitig, Gunny, ' yad g.f
" .Dundee . " .47
l;ale Rope, Mainilla, ij- lb . 28
" Now York or Western,91 ib, 20632&
Bacon, Ilamns, %) lb,
" Sides. '1 II), 22J
Shoulders, W. lb, 20
Uutter. ' ountry, T. Ib, . 2
t'ottotr, Yarn'1jl R,tnch, $800
'' Ordinary 10,, 23
t'andles. 1'.,ntiine, lb, .160
" Negm, lb, -6 0
' A.damantine, lb, r a 3l
C'offee, Rio, lb, 82(38
" Ingnayra, llb, * 45
" ..avn, lb. 50
t'heese, English Dairy, lb, g
" Uoshun, ib, ' 25(-,8
tides, Dr;y, lb, '10((p1)
l-ard, lh, O ,,2
M%olavies, Mlusoovadlo, gallon, . 7.
- " Sorghutu, " . . g
' New Orleans, " .. $ 1 24
Na's. lb,
%unions, bushel, $1 7632 00
Iiil, Kerosine, gallon, . 1 20
'1'nnTiers, - 1 70
-Corn, White, bushel, .. 1 60
" Yellow, 1 60
ratlt, Liverpool, sack, 8 7.i
-t:ard.+, Cott9n, doz, 9 00
" Wool - " 8 00
.f$ngar, Crushed, lb, 23
Powdered, lb, 23
" Beown, lb, 14 18
" Extral, 18
'Tea, Extra Gunpowder, lb,. $2 00
Ilyson, lb, 1 6002 00
" Black, lb, 1 25 rl1 t0
Tobacco, Chewing, lb,- 38I 50
'pecie, Gold. 40
" $ilver, . 36
.lour. Country Extra cwt, 96 .
" Ohio, Extra,. bhl, 14.00@15 00
Axes, W.J. Tenevek & Co., dos, 24 00
Oolijs, W1arr unted doz. 24 00
NOTICE.
THREE months after date, application
.will be ma,io to the Charlotte & Sun!h
Caroliua Railroad !ompainy ; for renewal of
Certificate of Stock, No. 1609, 13 Shares.
Original Certificate issued in the name of
Margaret Mushatt, dated 20th May, .1802,
and hos been oset.
J. S. STEWART, Executor.
oat 6-law8t
FAIRFIELD DISTRICT.
IN EQUITY.
Ex parto 1 Petitjon' to
C. 11. Rivers. f 1'erpetuate Testimony.
S(IE Petitioner Ia the above stated appli.
11 cation, having filed his petition to per.
petuate the testimony of the title to a cer
tain tract of land alleged to be conveyed to
him, by Carolus Felder. ,
I- s OntnsaRn, on motion of Mr. Rion,
Solicitor for the Petitioner, and in pursu
ance of the Act of the General Assembly in
such case nade and provided, that all per
sons interested in the said premises do ap
pear at this office three montbs from. the
publication hereof, to examine the evidence
- that may be produced, and to produce evi.
"dence in reply.
H. A. GAILLARD,
'. E, F. D.
Commissioner'e Office,
Fairfold District,
Nov. 1st, 1800..
nov G--lam$m
TO RENT OR LEAE.
rpWO'I(undred Acres of Land li/g fon'r
,miles below Rocky lount. Ferry on
Catawba River. There are thirty acres of
good Creek bottom, and about tile same of
hill laIdlgleared which is No. 1 Cotton Land.
Permission will bie given to clear more land
it it is desired. For terms &c., apply to
'the subscriber a! his residende forr miles
fr'om IRocky lount.
J. C. CALDWELL.
nov.28.-x1m
FINAL NTICE
A LL persons indebted to the estate o
-f. Jacob O'N.eal, deceased, are' hereby
notifledl hat I hauve planed,.all the demaniulsi
itj favor,of said estate in the hatnd of ofli.
r cers of' the law for collection.
Thoi.se whose indeb.tedness exceeds twen.
~iydollatrs will find the demands atgainst,
an the buatIdhs of pny-attorney at law,
Lvi lluobertsoni. Esq., and thuosewhiose in.
debtedness do.es hot exceed that .sum will
find the demands agaists tient in the hands
of Rtobert Ilawa horn, Esq., Mangistrat. a,
Admar. of theo estate of Jacob O'NeaT, deed.
dec 1- f6
Administrator''s 'Netie.
ALL. personu 1ving demuwids againlet the5
estate of James Steve'nso(1, decetseul
are requested to presenit them-'properly' at
esetoim, and, thos.e ersons indbted to
the piate are reqatested 'to mpke paymeont
as I am desIrous or'isetlig up' stild estjato
*n a short tinme ,' mr.
ntA 24-tlx8
LUMBEI LUIBR1
T AM now preparedito a R.
.5. Aniy hIlls senrto me.ib hqbe'~ot~~l
filled,.and the'Lumber shp
C0ffee, QredBL
erste. , 40'
RULE TO. PLEAD..
Ma garet. Shw,
- vs. Attachment.
Carolus Felder, J
WXTIl REAS the Plaintiff did on the 17th
lidtay of August, A. D. '1860, file her
elaration against, the Defendant, who, (as
it is said) is absent fron and without the
limits of this State, having neither wife nor
Attorney kewi within the same, upon
whom a copy tight be served.
It is therefore ordered, that. the Defend
ant do n-ppoar and plead to this Deolaration
on or beforo the 18th day of August, A Dt
1867, otherwise final and absolut.e judgmen.
will then he given and awarded for the
llaJntif', against him.
S. B. CLOWNEY, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office. Fairfield. District,
An'ntst 17th, 1806.
aug 21-tsie8mly
NOTICE.
Tlay J!ate of Soulh Carol inu.
FAT IFIELD DISTRICT,
1 TUE COMMON PLEAS.
James McGill,
Adtnr. ad.litu'm of .
Mrs. Adeline MgbIV Attachment,
vs
W. Il.Ellison- J
W II IEA S'the Piaintiffdid.on the
'28th day of March, A. D. 186o, file
his cfecbuc.ioz; against the Defendant who,
(as it is said) is absent from and without
the limits of this State and has neither wifp
nor attorsiy known within the same upon
whom a cnby of the said declaration might
be served.
It is therefore Ordered, that the said Do
fendaut do appear and pletul to the said doo
laration on or before the 81st day of March
A. D. 1867, otherwise final and absplute
jud.nent will then be 'given and awarded
fur the Plaintiff against him,
H. B. CLOWNEY, C. C. P.
C:erk's. Oflice,
Fairfield District.
march 81'G6-lamly
NOTICE.
le :tzte of South Carollua,
FAERFIELD DISTRICT,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Wm. R. Robertson,
vs Attachment.'
- Jno. .Adger.
W TIERF'AS, the Plaintiff did on
the th day of March, A. D. 18061
file his declaration against the Defendant,'
who (as it. is sr.id) is absent from and with,
out the limits of.this State, and has neithel
wife no attornoy known within the same,
upon whom a co py of the said.declaration
night be served :
It is therefore O rdered, that the said De
fendant do appoa .and plead to the said de
claration on or bef.'are the 81st day of March,
A. U. 1867, other-wise final .tnd absojute
fudgmtent will then he given and awarded'
jor the Plaintiff agafnst him.
S. B. CLOWNEY, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office,
Phirfield District. f
march 31'66--le'lm y
R!JLE TO PLEAD.
The State of ;3outh Carolina.
f 4IRZFIELD DISTRICT.
IN THEl COMXOI PLLA?.
S. F. Dullose
vs 1t Attach ment.
Saling Wolfe. 1
W HEREAS the Plaintfff did on the 18th
W diy of November, A. 15. 1866 file
his declaration against the Defeudant who,
(as it. is said) is absent frort- and without
the limits of this State and has neither wife
nor attorney known within 'the sme upon
whom a copy of the said dettlaration might
be served.
Iqis therefore ordered that .the said Do.
fr ndant. do appear and plead to the sakt
d clarationQun or before t.he-ldt.h day of No.
vemuber,jA. D. 1867. ot herwiso !lnal ad ab.
sointe jutdgmnt will thten be givetn and
awarded for tho Plaintiff against, him.
'S. 11. Ch2OIWNEY, C. C. P.
Clerk'I)tlee, Fairfield DIstrict.
18th Novciuber 18l!) .nov le8maly
ulk to Plead.
Time !itulte of Boutlh Caro.1sa.
FAFRLFIELD DISTRICT,
INTItE CoMMO>4 PLEAS.
vs. ~ 'Attaehment.
.Johfi'Adgeas'
ShdyofMay,. A. D.A OVfile his
Delarajion against the Defen n. 'ho (a,s
it is shid, is absent, fron and t?.14 the
'limits bf tl.tc State, and ha. neith wire
nor at torney kntown wIJ In jthe same pom
whom a copy of the saT deelatation *might
be served.
IIjs therofpre ordhret that' the said Do.
fondaint do Aplif iga'd plead to the said
Dieclaration on or before the 8th day of Miay,
A. D#1 867, etI .~ f ~ tg .d absolute
dmetwli ob gFen dfu awarded for
c..A' LQWNSY, C. 0. P.
Clerics Of0i0e. Fthefld1Diasket,
N NA JEA1N8
~'1 '! N 61, ASTER &
NOW G9DS'I NI,GOoD,
A SECOND SUPPLY OF
N Fvcr-ODs r
* JUST RECEIVED.
CONSISTING in part of
Ready Made Clothing, Blankets. Shawls,
Half and All Wool Delanee, Black Bom
bazines and Alpacoae, Black and
Colored French and English
Alerinoes; Rook Island
Jeans and Cassimeres,
French and En.
glish Cassi
meres,
Tweeds and Sattinots, Flannels. (while, rod
and colored,) Boots. Shoes, liats, Caps
- and Fancy Articles.
Bagging, Roping, Sugar, Coffee, Floqr,
-Cheese, &o.
A gegeral astsrtment of lardware'always
on hand. All of which can be bought very
low. THOMPSON, WITiUERS, & CO.
-nov 8-tf
SAILES, HARNESS, &c .
rIlHE subscribey has on hand and
-L is constantly manufacturing
SADDLES, HARNESS, and BRID E8, of
all descriptions, and every arti le in lis
line of the best material. Also, GIN
BANDS of every size, Repairing dune with
despatch.
All work warranted. Call and see-'-piices
low.
P,t 28-f F. GERIG..
PERUVIAN GUANO,
A LO i' of the above for sale in lots to suit
purohasers.
. PAINTS, 0ILS, &c.,
Just received from Philadplphia.
10 kegs Pure White Lead, different brands,
1 barrel Linseed Oil, (refined,) "
16 boxes 1 indow Glass, 8x10,10x12, 12x
14,
-100 lbs. Putty,
Palit Brushed, assorted sizes,
2 barPels, Lamp 7Ohimneye--.Nos. 1, 2, 8,
Cases Congeptrated Lb.
Barrels Nortler Irish Potatoes, Apples.
White O"niots and Nep IpeI B4kweat,
For bale low by
BACOT,1tUER8 & CO.
nov 10-tf NAo. , 'Iotel- Rnge.
OOr> .mower
TUST received, Hunting and Open Faced
Silver WATCHE$. Also Bladk Silk
9pards and Fanoy Vest Chains.
Just received, a lot of fine Jewelry.
W44ohes, Clooks and Jewelry repaired in
workan-like manner and warranted for
12 months,
nov 15-1m CHARLES MULLER.
State of South Carolina;
- FAIRFIELD DISTRII,T,
iA EQUITY.
Lucy Ha,rrlson, -
vs. IIn Equity,
John R. Harrison, rBill for
Eli Harrison, - Dower.
IN pursuance' of a decree inade in this case.
ai hejudgment and othet' 'oredito'rs of
Jh Issou, dee'd , are hereby notified
coV f*tho lrst,day of lMay iseit, to
ex protebmoleent testIrn#ny,
before thae :rsigue.e as his o$ee i
Winnsboro, their several 'an raspective
judgments, executions, debits, claims and
demands against th tte of said deceas
ed.* -
*Alljudgmed~t cre'd eors also notiSed that
they are enjolied in said 'der 3e from en
foroinlg their writs of Feiri Patias, against
the 6aid tracts'of land-and set oi,bo cr6
ditore, that they are therein enjoined fromi
.ommedoing or prosecusing any suit-'or,
suits at law.againtst the detebdant. John R.
Warri#on, as Administrator of esid estate
withaot, the lrave of this court.,
- '~i . A, 'LAUD,
C. E S'. ID.
Cemmissioner's 9I11o,
Wir.n,borg, 8. 0., Sept. 4, 1866.
sept 4--lawim .
S ESTATE N(YTICE.
A LL porsons haig deimandls against the
L.Estate.pof Willist1g Ha) droeased, are
directed o.egender in Vthe same properly'
antheneioate&ao theo mundrsigtned athis offdo
II. A. GAILLARP,
AIt ros h~Ig clim *ae t e
sillIronder inM . o Wperly authenti
oated'to. - jj edm at hi.. cm.. in
W4nnaboro. K~ A. 0 'ILLARD,
nov 16-$9z. - m'randl C. E. 1. D.
8OUTI-3
IMFOflNWG8&MANUFAl
P,A ,TT, WI:j
Wholesale Druggists' and I
Dealers in Drugs Chemicals, P1f
NO. 18 KING, STREET,
N. A. PRATT, L. W. WI
Chemiet to late 0. 5. Nitre and Mining Bureau.
oat 20-6m
"Winnsboro Female Institute.
43d 81SIWN.
AVING pturhased the' large
- and commodious building '
known as ank Range, I will re.
sume thq uties of this Institute
on Monday, 14th of January,
The School will be jointly under the
charge of Mrs. C. Ladd, Principal of the
Winnsboro Female Institute, and Rev, J.
Obear, former Principal of the Winnsboro
Ladies Aca4emy
Tuition will vary according to classes,
trom'$15 to $18 and $22, per session of
Twenty weeks.
Languages, Ancient or Modern, Music,
Drawing and Painting, in Oil or Water Col.
ors, a separpte charge.
The Musical and Freitbh Department will
be under the control of Mrs. Obear.
Board may be obtained at the Institute
or with Mr. J. 8. Stewart. Mrs. Rosborough
or Mr. .1. M. Elliott.
nov 24-lyr. MRS. C..LADD.
SHOES! SHOES I
6O-PAIRS Whole Stock Brogans,
60 pairs Split U. B. Brogans,
80 pairs L. & B. Brogans,
60 pairs.Boys nd Misses Shoes,
2 cases Heavy Boots,
20 pairs Gents Calf Shoes,
Ladles Calf and Kid Walking Shoes,
Ladies Glove Kid Shoes,
" Received by
LADD BItOS & CO.
nov 22-tf
'EE.A.T i "ErA.T 2 f
2 DOZ. GENTS RESORTE IIAt,,
2 dos. Gente Ricoll Hats,
2 dos. Gents Planters Hats,
4 dos. thnts Heavy Wool Hats,
Boys Hate and Caps,
, ceoooved by
LADD BROS & CO.
nov 22-tf
NEW GOODS I I
THE subscribprs invite attention to their
* 'nr aTOoE,
OF'"
containing the usual variety of
heady Made Clothing,
Dross Goods,
Trimmings,
Cloaks,
Shawls,
- Homespune,
Linens,
Blankets,
Cassimered,
Kentucky Jeans I
Hats, Shoes and Boots I
Groceries,
Batdware,
Crockery,
*Books,
Medininhs and
Woolen Ware.
Our terms are Cash and we hope 'to se
cnre a liberal pattonage, by selling at small
KETCHIN, MoMAST ER & CO.
oct, 1.-t f .Hotel Range.
ILL be sold at pritate .sale two good
MULES. For information app to
pov 18-t1a,w8w H .GgL
FAIR'IED DISTRICTu-1868.
- IN EQUITY.
rr parte.
Win. B. Alkdn, and . .?etition to
Agustus Mi. Aiken,
*Adn'#s ~et. of ?orretQate Teeti
David Aiken, dec'A., - mony.
7YHB E titionier fu the above stated ap.
kpication, having iffe4 their petition to
pptente testimon ot a settlement had
on 22d IebWavy,' 181, between th, belt.
at law of David Alken,..deoeased,.t of a
division and ariition of the ieg g*e of
saiddeceseZb thesaid heie.
IC is ordersd, ow motion of Mrs. t@mSo
li,ito; for the Petitionera, that. Is fIu
atuce of the Act of the QpejAe yin
such ase &ade and pro hI att a~s
lnterestetl in th.bfAae inatlers do
apear at tists office three saththeaa
daehewof~, to exainne thie eviea*
tuay be-produced, and prduce eni
repty. 11- . A. GAILLAR
Ct fzissioaea-'s office,1
NovS.6.
'TURING.DRUG HOUSE
9o ' 'ER.o -.
nufacturing Chemists,
tgnery' and bittggi$ts Sundris, .
CHARLESTON, 8, C.
LSON, P. B. WILSON.
Whemist to late C. 8. Ord. Dp.
2NOTI0E.
ro Persons Emigrating to Aorida.
THE STEAMER
"DIoT.A.TOR,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M, COXETTE71,
W ILL transport gangs of hands n ':'i
Charleston to points on the s i.
John's River, . Florida, at the following
rates:
Grown hands at Five Dollars, ($5) each.
Children under ten years of age, free, Mules,
Hores,' and Wagons, at reduced rates.
The DICTATOR loaves Charleston every
Friday night at 10 o'olook.
Apply to
J. D. AIKEN & CO., Agentu,
17 Vanderhorat Wharf,
deo 15-m Charleston, S. C.
JOHN C. DIAL, ,
(Late.ALLEr & DIAL,)
At he Sign of the Golden Pad Lofk,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Importer and Dealer in English and
American
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
IRON, *STEEL,
Nails, Castings,
Mill Stones
Dolting (Aoths,
Circular Saws,
Mill Irons,
' ugar Pan,
INDIA RUBBEB AND LEATHER BELTIING,
Carpenters, Blacksmith
and Tanners' Tools,
Houpekeeping and
Furnishing Hardware,
AMRICUITUrAL IMPLIMENTS,
Lime, Cement.,
Plaster, Paints, Oils,
French and American
Window Glass,
Guns, Rifles,
Pistols. .
Shot Bells,
Powder Flasks,
Powder, Shot, &e.,
sept 18-Gm.
nI Supt's ome, -C. & S. C.
, Railroad.
COLUM DIA, 8. td., Nov. 7, 186t;6.
adaerNov. 7, 1866, T IllIOUG I[
PS NGER TRAINS, will run as be
ow :
Leave columbia at .. 3.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charlotte 9.40 A. M.
Leave Charlotte at' 6.10. A. M.
Arrive at Columbia 1.40 P. M.
'-JAMES ANDERSON,
now 6--tf Superintendent.,
gehedulo over the Sonth Carolina RI, R,
GNRfr. SUr'Ts OFF?CF.,
CuanLESTON, 8,~ 0., Nov. 3.
flN and after'Wednesday, November 7th t he
'iPassen ger Trains of thiu road will run
the following pchedule :,
Leave Charleston, -, 8.00'a mn
Arrive at. Uolumbia,'. 5.20 p mn
Leave Colutnbla, 6..50 am mi
Arrive at WQbarlestoms, 4.00 p. nm. .
Leave As,usta,, . 6.50 p-mn
Arrive at Ktgsville 1 .05 amn
Arrive at Cohamnble' 3.0Q a m
Leave a6lumbia -2.00 p m -''
Arrive -Kingsvlie.. . 3.40 .p nm
Arrive,at .A Ogusta. -. 12.00 night.
no 8if '. T. PE AKE, Gen'1 Seip't.*
TO ENT'[f' R NEXT YEAR.
Egleston &Co-., also~ convednen and N
ou~tble a partments inWthnsboro Hotel,
wih sta ble toop s ad garden it desired.
nov 10 0.1H. MoMASTJER.
1'H AR IAt MIsth
an it now open~I bRevp
A.-0. . , yes lon et hus e gire' '
Ias Deoemer G. U. MoMA8'fER,
.Ez'r. Estate J. NoMauter,

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