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Winnsboro Pri Current.
- Corrected Tri- Week y by thcart Matthewes
WlxNBono, Deo4ber 26. 1866.
Apples, Bushel, $2 00
bagging, Gunny, y yard, 88
" Dundee ' '" 87
tale Rope, Manilla, 'V Ib, 28
- New York or 'estemr, ' lb, 20@26
laoon, Hain, 4 Ib,
" Sides, ' lb, 221
" Shoulders. ' Ib, 20
lutter. Country. 4 Ib, 25
ylotton, Yarns ' 1 bunch, $300
" Ordinary lb,
"" Aliddlling, i5
Candles. Parafine, Ib, 60
" Sperm, lb, 50
"' Adamantine, h, 35
'offee, Rio, ib, 82@83
Laguayra, tb, 45
'" Java, lb.. 60
1 -heere, EnglishDfry, lb, dO
" Goshen,;i' 26@28
ltides, Dry, lb, 10(a)l0
I 1 ard, lb, 20@a22
rlola"ses, Musoovado, gallon, 76
Sorghnn. " 60
4 New Orleans, " $ 1 26
tunions, bushel, $1 75@2 00
til, Kerosine, gallon, 1 20
'' Tanners, " 1 70
Corn, White, bushel, 1 60
- Yellow, 1 60
alt, Liverpool. sack, 8 75
4'ards, Cotton, dos, 0 00
Wool " 8 00
$ugar, Crushed, Ib, 28
} " Powdered, lb, 28
" rown, lb, 14@18
" Extra C, 18
Tea, Extra Gunpowder, lb, $2 00
" flyson, lb, 1 50 a 2 00
" Black, lb, 1 26 a 1 50
Tobacco, Chewing, lb, 88@a1 50
pecoie, Gold. 40
" Silver, 86
Flonr. Country Extra owt, O0[i
'" 0Ohi0, Extra, 1 bl. 14.00( '15 (0n
Axes. IV. J. Ten.'vck & Co., dos, 24 00
Collims. 'arrail ed dot. 24 00
Tni I3esuwia CKi:tts Finnr AT IF:x
INGON. Mtaocut. A AN. ON
Ann.--ST. Lots, Decemeh r I6.-The
Republicn to-day. on the antlority of
an eye witnesp, d-eties that there wa a
Iight. with husliwliackers in Lextgton,
nts reI-orted in a dispatch to the .Demo
crat Fridny night It says a party of
men left Lexingt.n to enroll militia,
Clemiens. among them. Clemens r.'
imaitted in the Iown after the oth.rs left
-Itnd was shot by tie militia, and Alvin
Mason, n resident of Lexington, was
iccidentally wotmded. No cuse was
given for the shooting of Clemens. The
srticle further states that Major Mont
gomerv arrested James M. PO.le., Sher.
'ilf of -Lafayette county, Captain Vattgh
uiin, Assistnnt United Statea Assessor,
S\Villiam N. Grt'ent, the coun t orney,
.and two other ilneni. It. is also alleged
that, Mnjor .\ontgomery and hie men
-ar heblivinig vrrv badly, and hat in
conseqmence of their threats Captain
Vaughan, United States Assessor. 1
K. Davis, United States Collector of
Iteriial Revenue, ind a.ral other
citizens were obliged to flee from Lee.
Major Kelly, who was sent to L x.
imgton to tivestigre the matter, will
prohal by take ii rqport soon.
The weatl,er continmes cold, and the
ice in the t iver is inerensing rimpidly.
S STILL At4oTHE.-It appears, says a
WCashington dispaitch, that one of the
soldiers of the Revolution, of whom
nothintg: has heretofore been publicly
known, is living Noble county, Ohio.
llis name is John Gray, and he is one
hundred and three years old. He was
born in Fairfax county', Virgin ia, amnd
enlisted in thme Continental army in
1781,iserving for three nmonths, taking
- art in onme minor eugagement, and he
ing honorably dischargcd at the expi
ration of his term. His period of
service was so short thmat ho. is not en
- titled to a~ pension under any existimng
Isw. The has been -unable to support
imlcf for the last seventeen years,
and his neighbors new ask Congress to
-give him a speciat pension. If 'he
was black the old veteran would soon
have his pockets fuill of greenbacks,
and live in clover the rest of lisa days,
hut hi, color Is against him, and time
p)resent Congress will doubtless be
*deaf to his cry for help.
TnxuK So-o.u,a,so" Ny.xw STATs.-A
Richomond piape4r says:
brhaslia ind Colorado, t wo territo
uies.lying ',;tMeat, atnd who are no
more eniiled do 14. leelle.d stntes of the
.Americani..Union. thant several large
* mti'temastatimight, he name~d, are
-to he admiued in qri-r tegnin: four more
ruadial S5ei,atoru, Neither in tnmber
nior in thmoeIharne ,e9their population.
arethtey enItiedity t*eua States. It
hows, to wIat-a rJohtt w'e havue cotrie
\ wn thirty d'& thonsanmd adven
u ires can a'd.idh e' togel,her in a gnilh
.tha Roiky Motitains and wield a o
li crl -power in te A mericans Setia te,
dieeied to the, milho and a5-ter15 of
F a.8who gave aey the territory tipat,
has tr.ade greater States than Co o
and,Nebraska can become in a .
SHERIFF'S SALES. V
Y Virtue ofan Execution tome dire I,n,l
I will offer for sale at Frirfield C C
House on the first Monday and the day
lowing in January next, within the h
hours of sa'e, to the highest bidder,
Cash, the following Real Property. P
chasers to pay for Titles. The lands to
sotd in the order following until the satisf
ion of the Fi. Fa. stated.
One tract of 1850 acres, more or less,
land in Fairfield District, adjoining lands
Coleman Boulware, Jno. E. Peay, Tho
Jones, and others levied upon as the proper
ty of John E. Robertson, at the suit o
Thos. MoKinstry, Exr., vs. John Harrison,
Sr. John Buchanan and John E. Robert
One tract of 8 acres, more or less, of land
in Fairfield District, adjoining lands of John
Purcell, and Garden, Fairfield and Vander
host streets, of the Town of Winnsboro,
levied upon as the property of John Buchan
an, (now deceased,) at thesuit above stated.
One tract of I acre, more or less, of land
in Fairfield District, adjoining lands of John
Buchanan, deceased, and Garden and Col.
lege streets, of the Town of Winnsboro,
levied upon as the property of John Buchan
an, (now deceased,) at the suit above stated.
One tract of 5609 acres, more or less, of
land in Fairfield District, adjoining lands of
T. G. Itobertson, J N. Shedd, Johu Buohan
an, deceased, stnd others, levied upon as tae
property of John 3uehanan, (now deceased,)
at the suit above stated.
Ono trnet of 800 acres, more or less, of
land in Fairfield District adjoining lands of
Mr. T. 1. ladden, John Wylie, .John Cath.
cart, Richard Cathcart and others, levied
upon as the property of John Buchanan.
(now deceased,) at the suit above stated.
One tract of 125 acres, more or less of
land in Fairfield District, adjoining lands of
Richard Cathcart, R. E. Ellison, Sr., and
C. W. Fanwett, levied upor, as the property
of John Buchanan, (now deceased,) at the
suit above stated.
One tract of 1l reres, more or less, of
land in Fairtield list ct, adjoining lands of
John Buchanan, denensed. J. N Shedd and
others, levied upon Is the property of John
Biuchanan, (now deceased,) at the suit above
One tract of 22' acres, more or less, of
land in F'nirtield District Adjoining lands of
Richard Catheart, (len. John Brat ton, W. S.
Rahh and others, levied upon as the proper
ty of .John Buchanan, (now deceased,) at
the suit nhove stated.
One tract of 47 acres more or less, of land
In Fairfield District adjoining lanes of Dr.
Elias liorlbeck, Dr. John Brntton, Richard
Cathcart, Charles Cathcart, Dr. W. E. ,Ai
ken. C. W. ',uncett and Fairfield street of
the Town of Winnsboro, Levied upon as the
property of John Buchanan, (now deceased)
at the suit above st,ted.
One tract nf2 ncres more or less of. land
in Fairfield Iistrict adjoining lauds of .John
3uchanaIn decensed, John Purcell and Van
derhor~t and College streets of the Town of
Winnshoro levied upon as the property of
John Ih1ehnnan (now deceased,) at the suit
One tract of 2 acres more or less, of land
In Fairfield District adjoining lnds of
Richarl Cathcart, .ohn 1Ic.lnster, deeas.
ed, and Coll-ge and Zion streets of the
Town ot Winnsboro, levied ttt as the pro
perty of .John Bluchanan, (now deceased ) at
the suit above stated.
One tract of 385 ncres more or less, cf
l;:nd in Fairfield District adjoining the lands
of J Ill huchanan. .decensed, Dr. George
IcCasnts, decensed, James S. Stewart and
othies, levied upon as the property of .John
Buchanan, (now decensed,) at the suit above
E. W. OLLEVER, S. F.D.
Sheriff's Office, 14th Dec., 1866.
Cathoart & Matthews
W [Sii to inform their frieuds to an
derstand most emphatically that
hereafter we willreqtuire CASH- for all arti.
oles sold, and no attentiona will be paid to
any order unless aoompanied with the
800O Bushels Seed Oats,
100 Bunehes Yarn,
50 Barrels Ohio Flour,
6I Barrels L.trd,
20 Barrels Ex. C Bugar,
Also a general assortment of.
,Hardware and1( Groceries,
,Will be sold out at prices that, defy comn
Wewish to settle nipour business entirely
by the 1st January, any person having any
,setttesanns to make with us will do so by
that time and save trouble,
LUMBEiR! LUMBR I!I
I AM now prepared to saw L.UMBERt.
IAny bills sent to me, shall be promptly
Al1ed, anid the Lusiber shipped immediately.
frown Rlidgeway D)epot.
do: l-jf - 1R C. DAVIS.
IDS HAVE FALLEN.
E have just purchase I at lower prices
and offer for sale at small profits an.
tr stock of
is Dress Goods,
Ready Made Clothing,
&c &c.. &c.
Barrels Irish Potatoes,
lest. Epglisl Dairy Cheese,
Best Ilyson and Gunpowder Tea.
Sugar House Syrup.
received and f-r sale by
KETCIII?, McMASTER & Co.
GOOD0S! !\W GOOD
A SECOND SUPPLY OF
W G-OODS I
Co. TINi in part of
ltena do Clothing, Blankets. Shawlt
Ilal All Woo' 1)elanes, Black Bom
b s andi Alpa:cas, Black and
red Fren cih and English
rinoes. Rock Island
-nns and Cassimeres,
French and En
Tweeds a attinets, Flanpels. (white, re
and col ,l hoots. Shoes, Hats, Caps
d Fancy Articles.
Bagging, ng, Sugar, Coffee, Flou
A general rtient of Hardware alwaj
on hand. ' which can be hought vet
low. TH SON, WItI[ERS, & CO.
SH PS SALES.
BY .Virtue of ty Executions to me dir
ioed, I will for sale qt Fairfield Cou
heuse on the 11 Mpday and the datj eo
.lowing, in J'an. next, within the 1. g
hours of sale, ,e'' highest bidder, fa
Cash, the folio letl Property. Pul
chasers to pay itles.
One tract of acres more or less
lnnd in Fairfield trict adjoining lands
,Jolhp .inrriop doosd, N. t Pea
deceased, J*nn obertg9n, John Robei
son Dixon and rs. and the Water
Rtiver. levied ttp the property of Je
H. )otby (now de ed.) at the stit of T.
I)uHo4u an, t. oylston, Exrs. va,Jol
iliarrison'.r. Ja. inrrison, Jae. E. Deb
and John E. Rob n.
One tragt of I 1-5 s, more or less, oian
in Fairfold Distri djoinhag lands of
B. Hoylpton. deed d C. & S. C. Railrnt
and Motlttie stre f the Town of Win
boro, levied upnq he property of R.
Boney, at the suit ot. D. Aiken, Trust
of M. C. Boylston.
One tract of 850 es, more or less,
land in Fairfield D at, adjoining lands
Estate of N. A. P and others, levi
upon nas the prope of .Tames Harrist
Sr., at the stiit of I 'R. Iobertson.
One tract of G00 es, more or less.
land in Fairfeld Di. t, adjoining lands
John lobertson. Ab D.Jones and othi
levi-,d upon as the p orty of James II
riseon, Sr. at the sul Win. it. Roberts,
One tract of 885 a , more or less,
land inlf F,airtlid Dlst , adjoining lands
D).. i. Kirkland, J. Davis," Estate
Charles Rabb and E of E. F. Lyl
levied upon as the erty of Isaac
,Jamnes, at the suit, of . Rt. Robertson.
One tract of 455 , mere or less,
land in Fairfield Disti adjoining landa
'r. Wv. Rabb. Sr., Will Blair, Mrs.
Davis and others, levi upon as the p
petrty of Rt. T. Yarbor ha, at, the suit of
SherIff's Office, l th c., 1866.
O0N and after Sattutlay c lst inst.,
.underslgned wi el if theitr
ENTIRE S ~K F GOODS,
COST AND E ENSES.
The Stools is freth, w assorteda
bought c heap, ao gha,t .TRGAIN8 i
surely be ofi'ede."
THOIMPSON, W hERS & Co
ESTATE N CE.
A Lis persons hiaving-dem s against
Estate of Willinm E. Ha daoeased,
direoetd to -render it) th.e me p rope
atuthonticated to the uindorsi dathisofi
H, A. 0. LLARD,
--. E.F. D.
IMPORTING & MANUFAC
Wholesale Druggists' and I
Dealers in Drugs Chemicals, Perf
NO. 28 KING STREET,
N. A. PRATT, L. W. WI
Chemist to late C. S. Nitre and Mining Bureau.
Winnsboro Female Institute.
jAVING purchased the large
11 .and commodious building
known as Bank Range, I will re.
sums 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
Winnsboro Female Institute, and Rev. J.
Obear, former Principal of the Winusboro
Tuition will vary according to classes,
from $15 to $18 and $22, per session of
Languages, Ancient or Modern, Music,
Drawing and Painting, in Oil or Water Cot.
ora, a separate charge.
The Musical and French Department will
be under the control of Mrs. Obear.
Board may be obtained at the Institute
or with Mr. J. S. Stewart. Mrs. Rosborough
or Mr. J. M. Elliott.
nov 24-lyr. MRS. C. L.A DD.
6O PAII18 Whole Stock Brogans,
60 pairs Split U. 11. Brogans,
10 pairs L. & B. Brogans.
60 pairns Boys and Misses Shoes,
d 2 cages Heavy Boots,
20 pairs Gents Calf Shoes,
Ladies Calf and Kid Walking Shoes,
Ladies Olove Kid Shoes,
LADD BROS & CO.
y 3.?.TS i .'A.TM t i
9 DOZ. GIENTS 8ESORTE HATS,
b 2 doz. Gents Ricoli Hats,
2 dox. Gents Planters liats,
4 dos. Gents Heavy Wool Hats,
o. Boys Hats and Caps,
rt Received by
I- LADD BROS & CO.
al nor 22-tf
y' A LOI' of the above for sale in lots to suit
$' PAINTS, OILS, &c.,
yt Just received from Philadelphia.
10 kegs Pure White Lead, different bratw',
Is 1 barrel Linseed Oil, (refined,)
d 15 buses tl indow Glass, 8x10. lnz12, 12x
ee 100 lbs. Putty,
Paint Brushes, assorted sizes,
of 2 barrels. Lamp Chimneys-Nos. 1, 2, '),
ed Cases Concentrated Lye.
of Barrels Nortl.ern Irish Potatoes, A pples.
of White Onions and New Hulled Buckwheat,
tre For sale low by
r- BACOT, RIVERS & CO.
>n. nov 10-tf No. 2, hotel Range.
o,f SADLES, HARNESS, &c,
es rl usrbrhson and and
SADDLES, HARNESS, anid litDI,RH, o
of all descriptions, and every arti -le in his
of line of the best, material. Also, GlN
E. BANDS of every size. Repairing done witi
H. All work warranted. Call and sec- pricc:
G- OOD JWE~IWS!
J UST received, flnnting and 0 on Faice
Siver WATCHES. Also ~3ach Silk
nd Guards and Fracy Vest Chains.
nl Just received, a lot of fine Jewelry.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry tepaired ini
workraan-flke manner and warranted for
_ nov 18-Im CHJARt,ES 3IIULLER.
he EXECUITOR'S NOTICIQ,
re NTOTICE is hereby given to de1 et-editort
,yJ of the estate of Eli;s'eth sloan, dhe
le oeased, to render aia hoounnt of their de
mands within the,e Wek from the publics
tion hereof, as Y am about to cilose the mat
.ters of said estate, -R .pLA
TURING DRUG HOUSE
timery and Druggists Snndries4
CIIARLETON, S. C.
LSON, P. B. WILSON.
Cheu-ist to late C. S. Ord. Dpt
I PPFSOlI Eiaigratittp, t,) Floridla.
T1EE STEA::M ER
CAP'rAIN LOUIS M. COXETI'ER,
JILL transport gangs of hands from
Charleston to points an the St.
John't Itiver, Florida, at the following
(Grow,' tlan'lr at 'ive Dollare, '$5) each
Children oder ten years of age, free, Mules.
llores, and WagV on. ,it rednted rates.
The IlCTATOlI lIe'es Charleston every
Friday night at 1(1 'clock.
.1. I). A Nl & CO., Agente.
17 Vanterhorst Wharf,
dee Ia,-1 n Charleston, S. C.
JOHN C. DIA L,
Late ALI,EN & DIAL.,)
At he Sign 'f the Golden Pad Lock,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WHIIOLEM LEAND RETA IL,
Importer and Dealer In English and
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
I RON. STEF.:.
INDIA RUIIBBER AND LEATHER BELTING,
and Tanner' Tools.
F'rnishtingtli iard ware.
Liml e. (iee:tt.
l'laster. Paints. Oil:,.
French amil Ater-ican
Powder, Shot, &C..
Gen'1 Supt's Ucc, C. & S. C.
COLUMB RIA. S. C., Nov. 7, 1866
ONanld aftr Nq4 7, 1866, 'l'lLItol'G II
0 'ASSEN(EI( TEA INS, will run aq he
l.i'aile Coltumblia at ~ a 1 A. MI.
Arrive CCI!tha'tottes 9).40I A. M.
Leave ('harlot te at 6 .1 A.. M4.
Arrive' at Colnzinhlin 1.1 PtI. M.
,AMl S A NIl)EISON,
nov C 't' lneintendent.
adleSri Of t llcrt NilIltii Caro|lia I, K,
SItUesToN, S. C., Nov. 3
I(1N aind aft er WeCdnesdlay, November 'ith the
Ui Passenger Trains of this roadl will run
the followinig sche.dule:
J.eave Chari lisi n. 8.00t a or
Arrive at ttitihmia, 5.20 p rn
Leave ('aimubi:. r,.50 a mt
Arrive at Chtari.uon, 4.t00 p. ir
I,eave Attita. ii.A( p cm
Arrtive aet Kitnuih-, *.5 a mt
Arr*iiye at t ohinnthi a ,,A t a mi
I.eave ('ohtnnbia -.:.i*t p cm
Arrive at, Kingsville 3.40) p cm
A'ivecnt / uguist a. I:1.(0 tight.
II. T. l'E Aki, Getn' Sup't..
T HREEmonthsafter date, applientioe
. wll e iadetothe Charloto&Soiuh
(lertificate of Stock1 io, 15,Ol 13 Shares.
O~rigial CertiftgMd uedgt in the nine nf
Maligaret go'tsladu; aated 26th May, 1806,
J,. 8. STEW ART, Exector.
will vender in the same propM'ly .uhent4
- cated to thn usnderslgned .at his offiue ja
J nov 16- IPxd Adtnr'r -:, I