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'iJ.ADILI'laA, October 13-Noon.
Considerable fighting in the suberbs. In
the Sixteenth Ward, a boy, aged sixteen,
wits fatally shot by a deputy sheriff. in
Lh ki vy9utee' l1 Ward, heavy fightiug Is re
portel bet I polIC and Mherif&: Whbe.
the jIhol i0od at, seven, 4, long line. . of.
voters was preosont at each voting place.
Thert sire indications of a heavy vote. Both
parlties clai the Stato, with the chances
favo.sing the Democrats.
D-i'. 1.--Tho Democrats claim the city
by 0,000 ; the Rtpublicans by 2,000. Sev
eri fights are progressing.
7 1'. M.- II PI iladelphia fihe leocrato
'tlect the Mayor atil District Attorney by
1,000 mlijorily. Kelly, O'Neil asd Ma.
er. are re-eleci ed. 'iylor probably elect ed.
The State wi;l gi%e a lepublican nnjo.tiy
NLW Yosk, Octber 18.
Private dispatches state thsat Cincinnati
has given 4,600 Riepublican 1mjorily ; a
gnin or 3oo.
Indiana and Ohio are Republican by at
least 20,000. ludiaia reported 1,000 lIto
Ohio and Indiana are Republican. Carey
is defeated inl tie Second Ohio District.
Tiho return; frot Ohio- are mteingre, .but
show Iepublican gains all around. Tito
estimated lItepublican mnajority in this Stato
A*siii.OTos, Oclvber 14.
Strader, (Democrat,) has been elected
from the First - District, in Ohio, by 200
lit Indiana, lte State ticket is close, biut
Datller's election iH conceded. 'ie Third
Congressioail District is doubtful. Kerr
tnd Niblack have been elected ; the rest of
the delegat iot radical.
InI P1ennislylvanlia, the 're8 estinales
The liepublican najorihy at 18,000. Altiffet,
(Democrat,) c.rries the Third District by
160 ijority ; Covart, in the rwenty-first
District, is probably defeated. Reading,
(Democrat,) carries the Fifth District. Tio
Denoorits carry tine city by a nnjority
ranging frot 491 to 8,8148. City Council is
Returtns fromt Nebraska indicate 2,000
Republican majority, With a Legislature
The foltowiig estinaftes are made up
from the.latest figures
First Distriot-Rtandall. Demiocrnt. ma
jority 6,151; Second-O'NoIll, Republican,
najority 81,4490 I hird-Moffatt. Democrat,
01; Fourt.h-Kelly, lIepublican, 2,798;
Fifth-R'eading, Democra'., 400; Sixth
Strador, 1)Mocrat; Stowers, Republican ;
The Eight h will elect a Democrat ; Ninth
Diekey, tepublican ; Tteth-Cakee, Re.;
publican;. Eleventh-Van, Aukn. Deno.
crat ; T welfth--Wood ward, Denocrat;
Thirteenth--Mercia, Republican ; Four .
teenth--Packer, Ropublican; Fifteenth
Holdia. Democrat ; Sixtoenth-Cessnn,
Republican ; Sventeenth-Morroll, Re
publiuat ; Eighteenth-Arnmstrong, liepub.
lican; nineteenth--Scofield, Republicanl;
Tweileth--Gii111an. Republican ; Twent.y.
first --dolltl ful; Twenty-second-Negley,
Itepkibli6an; TWenty-third-Phelps, Repub
bean; Twenty-fonrt.h -Donely, Republican.
Total ,Republicans 15; . Democrats 8-a
Domocr-it. gain of two, with one Ditrict
Democrat; Second-Kerr, D)emocrat ; Third
-Lamb, RIepublicnm ; Fourth-Julian, lIe
publican ; Fifth -Coburn, Republican ;
Sixth-Carter, Ii opublican; Seventh
Nortl, RIepublican ; Eight h-Pratt, Repub.
lican; Ninth-Slhanks, Iepublican ; Tenth
-Williams, Republican ; Eleventt-Pack
ard, Itopublican. Total Republicans 0;
Congressnin - First District -St rader,
Domocrat ; Second-Stevonson, Iltepublioan;
Thild-Schenek, lepublican: Fourth
L14wronce, lieps.ablican ; Fift-4lngdlen,
D)emocrat ; Si xths-Smis hn. Rlsublican;
Hovensib-,-Tomnas, Derspocrasu ; Eight h
D)ehity,i llAptibiMu; NitIa-Giblon, - e
pusblican ;- Tnth-hiong, Demtocrast ; Eiev -
enii h-Wsilson, Reopubicsatn ; T welfth-Van
STrump, Democrrt;. .Thirteenth---Morgans,
Demsorat ; Fou rtcent li-Walker, liepubili
oen ; liteentth -loore, Rtepusblicatn ; Six
toonth.-liB.agsin 1tepublicans; Seven
* tee4til,a.Asbs iu.bthlen; Eighteenth
Upson, IRdtuisan; Ninoeteeonth-Oarfld,
lIcop'lio4n. Totat Reopublicans 18; Demo
eraits 6. ADentoft10 gai : or 8.
'rTe It'dfit(ojki. 14eVtle entire State
ticket In Ohio, ,IA latnn Nebraska anid
L.A-rna..-dNn.ANxA.T'hrty.e6Y0n- . Couna
tiesshi,a -Dtmocratie g'ini of nearly
7,000'; unheard froin forty-one. i'he
Demsoortit.plailsn the State by 1,500 ; lie
ppsblidans. 9,40Q. The third district. ia
OL.EVELAND, Onto, October 14.
Demnoc-ratio CongresAsmen htave been elect
fromv the first-, fIfmlh, nsinth, tenuhs, twelfth
anid thirteenth districts; the lRopublioans
get theo balance,
DAvT'r, Onito, October 14.
Sohenek beats Valiandinghmam 400.
AU6publican er,timates Pensnsgivanits at
10,000 ; ChiQ 22,000 ;Indiana 2,500,; Ne
W,1asutNotoN Oc1ob.or 10,.-- P. M.
A dlispatoh from Hoen. . W,. Voqrhiees,
of Indiana, says that lie is oleoted by 100
majoiLy .andtheti tendriolge, for Goverh
r,I ,.defeate by 1,000.msaority.
tItl aidh Gobi'ge Wulljin authot 'of so
msany isMero nieasureS against. othe South,
is prob ly,Igf?ated for Copsgross.
-WsuiNGoNr~,Qtobr -lo, AOP. 1M.
J*l.ds lIt render
aD ~ Epsb~i e e (ataorat)
ad1ThI p oo.) te
Blaker (ReRqb4o,ni), ror'Governor, hans
14tsn3rJurA, Ootohe 18
ge~ sLd9 lwr~e bonm aIg~rruptpIl
General Jilasonok's ilier have
benretved tojyev York.' e
retired lisht,.sfh .1tii ll. iA1$N Of ilhnor
Motruoor1ZHY, -Oct. 13.
The Hkeotivo Committee of the
Demo'0ratio party of this State has
withdranvu the present electoral tick.
et,-and substituted one domposed of
inouwho can take the United States
oath-at least one-half of thout were
officers in the Federal arly during the
war, who have settled in the State
since the war,
HAVANA, Oct. 13.
Late Mexican advioes stato that
Col. Padille, Saita Anna's agent, was
oaptured, with papers showing that he
intended to excito revolotion.
WASHINOTON, Oct. 13.
Tho President proclai:ns tho 20th of
Novetaber, as a day for praise, thatks
givmng anid prayer.
I'ul naELPuA, October 12.
Business is almost suspended, Each
pnrty is parading with bands, 9f music,
urging their friends to vote early. The
Mayor, who is a lItepublicau, has sworn in
1,000 extra policemen for to-morrow. The
Sheritl, who is a Demntorat, has sworn in
1,000 deputies. A week ago, fhe 8heriil,
ordered 1,0U0 hickory clubs for his depu
ties; the house whore the cluos were de.
posited, was burned last night.
WASIINOTON, October 12.
Gen. "eynolds' prohibition of election in
Texas is disapproved, and the President is
about, issuing a nilitary order, in which the
Constit,ition and laws are cited in con
demnaton of such interference by nilitary
ollicers, under penalties of fine and Impris
The Sim says : In Republican quarters
it seentis to be apprehended that int. thoso
unrepresented States, the conservatives
will make arrangements to choose Presiden
tial Electors, and that lresident Johnson
will demand that their votes be counted.
Gen1. Grant has IbsUed an order, warning
all United States soldiers and sailors from
participating in any manner in elections.
Int a telegram of the 14th inst., Mr. Halo
applied for itstruetions, in view of the
political situation of Madrid. The instruo
lions were given through the satmo medium
on the 6th inst. Mr. ialo now tologrnphs
that, in compliance with the instructions,
lie has recognized the new government at
Madrid. 11s proceeding has been conifirmu
The Ierald states that complete returns
of the Connecticut town elotions show that
of 103 towns, eighty.six are clearly Repub
lican, sixty nine are clearly Democratic,
and seven divided.
INtANAPOuS, October 12.
A procession of white boys in blue was
fired into from a dark alley The gul, was
loaded with small shot., and five or six per
sons were severely though not dangerously
SAVANNAI. October 14.
The steamer San Salvador arrived this
morning, with the remains of the [lon.
flowell Cobb on board. They were met by
the Mayor and Aldermen, nembe-s of tie
bar and a largo concourse of citizens, and
escorted to the Central ta;lroad Depot,
where a spocid train was waiting to con
voy them to Athens, Georgia. The fings
on the shipping and in the city are at half
NoRFoLK, VA., October 14.
The Commercial Convention organized
by tho eictiua of lion. G. W. 11olling.
President, and a number of Vice Presidents
and Secretaries. Several committees were
appointed. 2,600 porsons were present,
and much interest felt.
WAsnINGToN, October 1-.
The Provisional Government of Spain,
yesterday, by telegraph, recognized Goi
a-s the Spanish AMinister at Washington, to
the extent of directing him to commanlate
to this Government their gratitudo for their
prompt, recognition Seward addressed
Mlinister IInlo a telegram, as follows: "o
ciprocate, in thie President's name, the
salutations of the Provisional Junl a." The
Government tetiders the best wishes of the
Uhilted States for thme peace, prosper-ity and
hiipness of Spain, under present and defi
The -Indina (Jommisston concluded its
labor-d at. Chicago yesterday, Resolutions
were adopted favor-ing the treatment of
Indians. as if they wetra citizens, allowing
them the same priviledges holding thenm
to the same penalties, also that the milia
t- should compel them to settle on reserva
LONDO, October 12.
Telegrams from Florence announce :that
Italy has formally recognized the Republic
SMAnnuin, October 12.
All the provinces haveolormaly recogn's
ad the Provisional Junta.
The United States was the first to recog
naize (lie Provisior.al Junta, They declared
additional reforms, among *hich'is ane
abolishinig the death -penalty; astabllshiing
the sanri'olty of private leth<ra aid'doicils.
The Jsantyihas. ordered the - rest.of-atioti of
tie bark Tornado to England, wit,h damages
for her w'ongful detention and imprison.
miout of the .8panih officer who ordored
* .., Pais, October 12.
The .Journat Dee Debale says Loreundi,
CaptaIn-General of Cuba, has gtiven in his
atthe,rea4e te the, Provisiont eGornment.
ogYno; Octoer 12.
The catle kAwn as 1868 *is, epaired
on Suriday,and is new wor-king perfeof,
MAD#lxn, October 15.;
The t nta ,has ge):4d dhe Jsuits;' pro.,
perty hiSpain, aund abolisWed tho'order.
- hange of Oandidgeos,.
*NEw Yonuc O'otobe*, 15.
Theo Worl4-a dotableloadedi avt1
glo; suggests a olfange of ,oapdidates..
.Another "AdjourIlmoInt' of Ooigress,
Aitusotra, (nofob lit
rhere ard oniy for senaurs and eleven
ropresontatives hera to-da. deMod
Cofasadjourn:ed their .robesd~ houseirto
(Jdtton firm ) sales 10,000 b aloes at
AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCP
NO OLD GOODS!
Ii uniderined oweors to the public
fresh and NE'W STOCK OF GOODaS, at. ti,
store recetly ocuiled by J. Hi. pioip.
and furet-ly by Elliott & Co.,
No. 4 JANK RANGE.
The stock, consisting of assorted
J'o n t
ISeady Mtlia Ching,t
Will be ofToed ad extremely low prices.
The public ate respecifully iivited to call
ind exatinic my stock, I.forv purchnsing.
sept. 20 1. N. Iv rTill I,ts.
00 Picoes Prits, I lik and Colored,
40 pieces American DeLitines,
20 plocos Plaid Ilotiespuns and Liud
Superior Dress Goods, ds all,wool Do
Laines, Deages, Rop. and S. s iopliins,
and Alapacoa Lustre.
100 Shawlit, RI kiinds, nilso Clonks of
good styles and quality, .lillinery Goods
of every kind.
2000 Prs. 1.oe and BootH,
A largo lot of I lie above weguaranite t o bo
froo from wood or paper.
Lalies, Oents, Boys and Mises, of every
grade to suit puroliasers.
No. 1, Ca;simere Suits, 8ssimo, Sati
nets, 'I woeds and Jeans Coat:, Yusts and
Our stock will be, as usual, complete.
nk-V We invile an inspection, ant prom
iso a complete alsortnilent of eveyiling
kept in a first class store and at the lowe.A
From to-day, Oct olber 1, wo . ei tfill no
more orders unless accompanied with the
cash. We hope what we have doene will be
appreciated by prompt paytmcnitm.
sept30 LADD BRO0S.
iIE subscriber is now prepared to fur.
nish, repair or mAk to order all kinds
My Patent Cloths Washer will always be
on hand, they have been thoroughly tested
for the past twelve mothis by the public,
and in all cases have given entiro eatistno.
t ion. It is sinple In Its construct ion, dnIraIle
and not liable to get, out of order, it will
wash six shirt's or that buIlk of clothes ini
fivo .minnutes if used accordling to directions,
I Invite the citizens of Winnsbioro and sur
rouniding oountry to call arid .tanino my
neOw Churn. Also mny D)ough Machine, they
aroe doh9d Iiprovenients over thne old mec.
hOUSE-KEEPERS BE INDEPENDENT.
-Come atl 9xa;nine my Labor Saving Ma
cines, and give thenm a fair trIal, and i
they do not givei eiitire satisfaction, retuirn
them auty lime within thirty dlays and I w,ill
refud the noney, as I warrant every Ma
Winsboro, 8. C.
Tis is t ocertify that we aro .using F.
Elder's iPat.ont Celos Washier; iL Is simple
and not liable int out of order-.' We eat
recotomend 1t~ to the public to bo a greal
saving of labor and- less injurious to thi
olothes thtan the:ol.d method of washitng.
J R1ev 0.1I IDotte Winnasboro, S C, Mrs DU
I*1l'MoMasdera Nipnaboro, S C, Mrs Saa
'Steydnsor, Tailid District, 8 C, Mrs
Robt.Iert'on/'Fairfieki Distiot 8 0, Mrs(
Kennedy, Chester, 8 -0, Dr J ARIeedy
Ch,Oster, 8. 0f jrei Calol. Iarnes, Columbit
S 0,.Mrs J. 14 Yoqgue, Columbia,.8 C, Cap
L, M Orist,'JProprietor Enquilrer, Yorkvillo
fl C, Mrs, S. B. CIowney, WI nnsboi'o, S. C.
R. W;'Brioe, l'astor'-Hopewell Church.
THlE DUE WES8T FEMALE
pIlE WvikifSo.ssion opens on
Tl Mondthy, the 5th of Octo..
ber Thfe Yacutlc theo same , as
last fear, A fll Collego isex
e'RA TIsS OTt TUITION?
Prt ye tn pOn sesion, $10 0
Muo of, Plano, . 2O
Uoptipgent. Fee,. 1 0
Orp,amocnt ale ba~noha at theolow est. ratel
No 69tri( oharge'foi'1atin or I~ie Ite, o
Ittrdin'g $32 a uforith. WVasllg an
101e bhutY #2;60 per monthi;
D)ue Weosi Is in .Abbovillo DistrioD fou
eO t 2 4~bIalrJi Preslt9~
son hout4 plant ian acre of Winyat alitho'
ntiin 0.p $QO poda.to'ts acro, Aj
"Briok" Pomieroy gets off the ful
lowing hand grenado :
A.L rlitwr.--o desire to do the
sqIaro thing by brother hooohdr and
ovorybody else, thereforo wO quoto
fromi his jolly speech of last night the
following beo-oautiful sentiment
"I would rather have Grant drunk,
than Soymour sobor." That's all
right-but then you can havo both,
A Radical paper itn the rmioto West.,
comes oit withi a nimber of startlinm
iead liiies kimaouici-n that "1101.
Peleg B. 'ilkim, who has for tweIty
years oceupiod i position ill onio of otir
leathong public intiLtttionlo, came out for
rant and Colfax a few days lgo."
11i11gile Lit, elitor's feehnlg.-I when he
foulid out that a wag alid played ajQlk
onk himl. The'o, . Pel.g It. pilkiw,"
hiad serve( i term of twent y yirs in
hie penitein.y, nid when he eanr
out lie aioniticcd his ititention to sup.
port the radical ticket.
A SINOULAI EltQUtEST'.-A gente.
manl of thii city, whose Only frailt is
int en rali nce, ealkd at t 'eily J'lil
pemleiday, aid reqiested the jailor to
lock hom up until lie had recovered from
Jlt ell'ects of inten,lp-ra lie, and4 then
lainded him all of his inonoy for safe
ieping. Mr. BaItrham, the jailor, i
cecommodatiug amid courteous ollicur,
yver ready to do a friend a favor, coin
)lid with his regnost, and. gave him
,b best accomm dationls the hotel all
A New York paper reports four
tases at quarantine-"two of cholera
norbus and two of Grecian bond. TI
amo remedies are applicable to all."
STATE OF SoUrnT CAnOlNA,
ExI-rUIVE DMI'A RTAINENT,
COLUnBIA, October 9, 1868.
ro the Commissioners of lection.
L N accordance with an Act of the Joniorial
Asen,bly, entitled "An Act providing
or lie next general ciection and [Ito inn.
ker of conducuing the samte," approved (lie
i6th day of'8eptenher, A. D., 18t8, you
ro hereby nottied and req1uired to canae
In election to be hld in your respective
ounties, o2 Tuosday, the third day of
ovember next, f'or six pursons as Electors
f President aid Vico.President, of the
Jilted States ; fDr four. Ilepresentatives in
lie Cougrem of tle Unit d Stules, in their
espcctive Congressional Districts, and for
Ight Solicitors for the several Cir'euits in
lie State, in their respootivo Circuits.
The names of tho pursous voted for as
:lectors of President and Vice President.,
haill be upon a separiate ticket ; and the
mimes of the persons voted for nit lepre
entatives in Congriss anud So!ioitoi shall
>0 also upon a separate ticket.
The First Cotigres!siona Distric" is som
dsed of the Counlies of Linioaster, Ches
eriflold, Marlboro, Darlington. Marion,
[lorry, Georgetown. Williamsburg, Sumtor,
'larendon and Kershaw.
Tho Second Congre'ssilonal District Is
:om1poel nf lin Counities of Charleston
Jollcton,' Daenu'ort and Barnwell.
The Third Congressional District is corn
)osed of th Countis ot'Grangeburg, Lex
ngton, lichland, Nowherry, Edgofield,
\bbioville and Anderson.
The Fourth Congressional Distict is
:omnposed of the Cjounities 6f Oooneo, Piok
mes, Greenvlle, Laurens, aparntnbu'g,
Union, York, Chyester ad FaIrfield.
The Solicitor.s'hall be voted for in their
'espoelive Circumits, as follows:
The Counties of Charlestoni -and Orango~
>urg constitutes the Fhrst Circuit.
T.ho Cotuntion of Edgefield, Ilerpwell,
Uolleton nedJ Beaufort constitute the Sea,
Thle Counties of Sumter,. Clarendon,.
iillinamsburg, Georgetowni and. Hlorry 00)-,
tithute the Third Circuit.
Thoi Cotuntiles of Choesterfleld, Marlboro,
he Fiourthi Circuit.
The Counties of Korshaw, Richland, New
jerry and Lexington constitute-the .Fifth
The Counties of Chester, Lnnoaster York
uad Uniona constitute the Birth Circuit.
T'he Counties of Abbeville, Laurens and
Spartaniburg const itute (he Seventh Cir-.
The Counties of Greenville, Anderson,
ODounee and ,Pickens. consttute thie Eigtlh
Now, therefore, you and each of yew paro
hereby require"; after duo publicat,ion and
with strict regard to the provision of the'
tionstitution - and. of the . 1 a w. s of.
the State touching, your dty In auch case,.
to cause such, olgotons to be.. held in'yotur
respectine Chntidsf en (li'day- afcresaid,
and to take all the necessary stepO for the
holding of such elections, antd for thie as
certaining and letrrmining the poVrQens who
shall have hplve buon duly ele'ted thereat.
Ghven Mpidei my lidad :tddseal of ti.
* State, ia tife cIty of Cold'i la, thiii9ti
day .of.October, In (ha year of our Lerd
cng (h.iusand.eight. hundred end byt,y-.
eIghit,.andin' tihe:4ltety-thbird year of
the Indelenifonce 6,f tii6 Didl States
of America. -BRT(
3.? I. C'no?o, eo'c~g 99Overnor~
Bhil 'for Eoroolosovo d e1~!,lIo,
Elizabotih Wirick, .vs. 4dam Wiri, 3kcnas
pUUAN~t 'to order fhr injih
. ab.oyoe a led oads I~I wlii ah ubi6.
deitdry'st the Codirt' R taid ldWriint 414i65,1
16Mond( -in Noer nber i,ext,- Wbo Land
late thy;proiy~ ,of a Nic i fllkjg.
moroe or les ga4bodnd.ad bylandse o sd
Cost. of ti dept ses 6f'sale itd be
pal4Ih osali.oe'af of Atle' 'alknu of
puVohis , Dbo 9, P,I 4 $t04(bQj. o IJJf .
.4! ~ qpfty.
Factor amd Commission merclatiil
102 EAST BAY,
Oi~La21os3to'tna S. ci,
Parlioular attention given to the Sa, nt
Shippoing of Sea Islind and Uphnitd Coiion
Liberal advances mado on Countignoutnt.
for Stile i this i Market, or for Shipmlen.
W. C, COURTNEY& (00,
No. 9 l yce" Wharf,
w. . oon u no; c.,,.
y Virlte o1 n.d11ry heet-y Feilonm tII me di
)Ieoed, I vill oll'ov for sale at F.ribild
C,out't lonse on (te fth't onday Ian tIhe
tlhy f61lmwing itn Novemiber l4ext, viIt lin th
l'gal toat s ot' i', I o i htt'hIighesi, Ilidder
f'or C( , Ihel'oGllowillt Rl. , ,,
l'utrchsers to pay fotr lios:
Otie trae of :m) nor-s, mor- or los,
la ltd in Paitrlild County, Idt'tailil ;ig ,, $.'
Daniel Scof, James M. Ik a, ntId o1ther1I4
levied upotn as t ihe property o MIary lIoy,
ait (ihe suit o, 6alnuiel it. .\artin, Adot.
Otto fract. of 578 alres, tnoro or less, of
land ttl Paliiel Cmittlty. rlijoituing lantis of'
Irs. Wiri , Jites.8ott, .O ( 41titewslaid
others, levied ttpont as (he property of* Wim.
lloyd, at thei sit. of 8. WVolfe atid otLets.
Ote tract of 370 acres, toro or less, of
land in Pairield County, atI. lting hutis of'
J. J. Wyelul, L. 11. Citlippell aid others,
loved upotn as th property of' Philip NAy130
at tihe stit of Samtni. It. Mal fin, Adilr., aid
SOtto tract, of 200 ticre., more or le4m, of
lantd itn Fairfili Cottly, a,ijoining latids 4f
Joe. E. Stanton, luff' antd of hers, levied
upon as tI.L property of Adi ,Johnson, it
Ito stut of obort M. Stovenlson and ot hers.
One' tract of d70 tcres, more or lese, of
land in Fairfield Coutily, adjoininig lanls
of James II1arris, Eutatito of J 0. O'Neil itnd
other-q, levied tpon its ithe properly of' Adin
Johnson, at tho suit, of Itobort, M. Stevent.
son aid others.
Ote I tnt of 200 acres, mortl or less, of
land iu Vairliold Cottit y, al,kijinling lanlds (tf
Jamnes ibirrita, IN. 11. IIOIIY, It. W. Parr ua
others, lovied npoL as the propotty of' Adta
.hnison, at the sulit, of Aoblert M. stoven
son atid of Iers.
One tract of 60 acres, more or less, of
lan inl Fativild Countlly, lidjoinling litids of'
is:a,( of Jonit A. Marti, Andrew alc.
.\feekin, Ittd Dr. Joit Al. Oleitin, levied
ilpont as Ithe propertly of DIr Ir1 ''. Smitht,
at Ito suit of' Thomas 0. rown attd oterj,
Otto tract of 91 netes, moro or less, of
ind in Vairiled County, adjoiling lanIds of'
isie of V It. Dougltass, N. M. Cook aid
others levied uponl ts [h plroperty of Dr.
L. D. Owens, it. the suit. of Bitaml. I. Mar
tint and others.
One tract of 310 acres, more or less, of
latud it Faitfield Coutty, tdjoining landis of
B. 13. Cook, .1. J. Woloh atid olthers, lovied
upon as tIto property of' L. 11. Chappoll, at
tho suit, of' It. 1'. Curry and others.
Otto tract of 400 ticres, more or less, of
lant1d itt Vair-field (utliy, aidjoinhi1g!a:;du of
B. 11. Cook, 1'. It. Mayo, .J. ). Stant onl antId
others, levied upon as Ito property of' L.
If ClitQppell, at tle suit of It. 1'. Curry and
Oae traot. of 210 aores, more or less, of
land itn Fairfield Coutiy, adjoining inds of
Win. NlcCioIell, James Mann and others,
tved upon as the propey of au. Il. rapIp,
at, to sutit oif Isaac A. Aletn itad others.
Otto ttract otf 00 actros, mtore otr loss, of'
lantd in Fa'titrild (County,' adijoinIng lands of'
C. 0. ITrapip, Jactob linokmantt antd othetrs,
lovi'od up~ion as thte property of L. II. TLraipp,
at thq snit of' Isaao A. Aflent and otheors.
Otto tract of 870 notros. mnoro or less, of
land in Fasirfield Countty a ijoiuitng itunds of
Atttdtow McOill J. it. Davis, J. P. Macllo,
andtt othters, levied up.m tts the propetfy of
Cathenrino Wir'ick, at, tht suit of (I. M. liai
good, for anothter attd otherts.
Otto tract of 120) acreos, more or less, of
latud int Fairfieid Couty, atdjoliing lands of'
J. D. Stan ttn, A dna~ Johnstotn tad oters,
levied upton ats the proporfy of Jos E3 Stan
tn, tat the suit of laml. Mitin,Ar.
and eothers. . ,Alt.
Otte tract, of -100 acres, tmor'e otr less, of
land In Faltfiold (Jounty, adjoitning lands of'
Johni MoN eckint, D. R. Elkiin and ofthers,
levIed upon as the property of Johtn D.
Stantont, at, the suit, of E3. Atnderson and
One tract of 800 aores, t.otro or loss, of
land itn Fatirflolid Co~uty adjotiitg lantds of
Adnat Johnson, WV. J. A Isftn and oither's, 1ev
1 td upon as the property of Johni .- Stan
t, at the spitt of' E. Anderson and othtots.
One fraot of 500 acres, mtre or loRs, of
land Int F?arfiold.Oouty, atdjoinin g lands of
Jtacob B3ookmatn, C. 0. Tra pp and otheret,
levied upon as thte pr6purty of lI. A. Gler,tt,
Jr., at, tihe suit, of Isaae A. Allen antd othters.
One tract of 1 aore, vnore or loss. of lantd
in Fairfild Coutfy, adjoinintg lands of Jas,
K, Rabb antd of ters at, iaongrnnr, levied-upos
as the property of' William Mbiller', att the
sylt of Ostal. 1R, *Martiu, Adutr., and oth.
*Olio tr act of 4dO acres, more or iss,
lan'd int FairieId County, adjoIning lands oi
J. K Davis, Mrs Sarah P'earson and ot hers
levied upon as thte property or lThomia 14
Bell, at testrit of Wm in1 Aiko, Adlnr, anm
O o tract of 400 aeos, more.or loss o
llan 'rfield County, a hjining litude o
JaoobfBookman, rThos MoK- nitry and - th
ea levied t pon -1 ate properly of .U(
Trapp, at the agt, of Isaao A Allen and 9tht
*Ont trat of- -18 aeroe, more or loss, o
land-lu FI4rft.eld,Coumny, adjoliling lands o
IMars' Ann flarvy; 1' .lIatfnths, lThos Stoat
tttd others, lovled upon. as.the properI y t
SThto'J Gladrio,y, at thme suit of WYM Robort
son, Asignee and others.
Ieo ,tract of 168 a'drOs, dir or less, o
landi ld Fa~itleid Cnny,adjoinintg land, o
- hmas.True, WV 1' DI'onm P B Uooklty
otitors,.filed upono Is tiro properly of hoob
IL aart, at, e t.itt of IL A Glenn, 'Admur
~O1,tvnot, of 144 sacres, more or,loss, o
'. ~'n1al~tbd 9qip1iy adjqtm .g luds o
.1ro e.~I) Mahtont i4 Tlasfl4Mi, an
o6/l,jlt upon ds f o1repoI-ty of0
Uakor,'st:t~ ttit of R NI Sti t Assigne
it Oh14#6639: miote o't 10ss, a
4trd li I*iHipl,d .Qotunty, adljb Ifag lsndieC
fttcord a9Y1d u'pona as ihe propert,y.
4yarI$ # alY.t 144 uit or
f One traot of 100 aeros, mnoro or loss, of
f land in Fairfield County, adjoining lands of
IW Dawkins, J J Norott, and othors, levied
upon as the property of W JSholtou, at the
suit of S Wolfo and otheri.
One tract of 3) nores. mre or loss, of
land in Fairfleld Co.lnty, adjoining lands of
W A Martin, W Aikon, W llIl, it T Yar
borough, loviod upon as the peoporty of
T W itabb, Sr., at the suit of W D Wood.
ward inld others.
One trat. of 490 noro, more or less, of
la1ndii iairfleld County. adoining lands of
-Joseph Kellor. ) Kirkand, Estate of C
Riabb and J 1' Miactlo, lovied upon as the
proporty of Thouris IV Itabb, 8r., at tho
suit ot W. B. Woodward and others.
one tiact of 250 ores, moto or loss, of
land in Faitfield County, adjoining lands of
tstate of W lItabb, Win Trapp and others,
leviedtl upon its the protoorty of Estate of .1
R:11b. at 1he ruit ot' Clowney & Yarbo.
rongh, for another, aind others.
Otto tract of 160 acres, inore or loss, of
1:and in Fairfhli t' uty, adjoining tands of
1 1, 1 Chlapmian. A M Notil atnd others,
luvied upon 1s the property of E Chapuman,
a t the suit (of Jaines 11 r3towart an,l others.
OneC titct of' 180 acres, 1nore or loss, of
land in l'airilold County, adjointing lands of
Esta of J J MoLIahan, Estate of Luoy
Edorington and others, levied upon as tho
loporly of 0 M Chapian, at the stit of
Itlohard H Quinn and others.
One traot of 050 tores, more or loss, of
1-111 in Fairiold County, adjoining lands of
Thomas M Lyles, Janies It Ashford and
othrs, lovied upon us the property of Wil
lianm Blair, at the suit of Win Arnol and
One tract of 57 nores, moro or less, of
land in pairfild County, adjoining tin is of
Wt Nichols, Itobt Ford, Mansel Hollis and
others, levied upon as tho property of Dr.
frt Scott, at the suit of Margaret Shaw,
Adinx, and others.
One tract of 750 acros, more or less, of
lan:1 in Fairflold County, adjoining lauds of
.Janes MoUill, Estate of John Aiken and
othurs, levied up11o as the property of Wil
liatm Blair, at the stilt of Win Arnol and
E. W. OLLEVEt
S. F. C.
Oct.. 10th, 1808.
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.BILL TO FORRCLO 'N MORTGA G.
William T. Nelson, vs. Jatmes It. True,
' )UIM8UANT to ordor (of Court, in the
above cause, I will ofter for salo at
public outcry, at the Court flouse, in Winne
boro, on the 1st Monday in Novenboi next.,
(he tract of Land dosoribed in the pleadings
In said cause, belonging to James II. True,
more or less, lying in the County of Fair
field, and boundedt by lands of Satl Jack
son, 1.aylis Elkin, Charlos Broon Robert 11.
Snart and others.
Teris of Sale.
Costs of suit and expenses of sale to be
paid in cash on day of stl alaice on
credit of twelve months frOWWday of sale.
Purohaser to give bond and glod personal
security and title deod not to deliverod to
p )urohasor until the purchase many is paid
in full. Possession given on 1st' January,
1809. II. A. OAILLAitD,
Coom In J.quity.
Coi.' Offoe, 9th Oct. 1868.
War R. Robertson, Admr., Estate of E. A.
Itabb, deed., vs, Martha C. Babb, at. als.
PUISUANT to order of Court, in the
P above cause, I wl'l sell at public ott.
ory at to Court House in Winnsboro, on
the Iat Monday in November next, the Land
described in the pleadings in thIt cause, be
longing to the Estate of E. A. Rabb, deed.,
more or loss, lyling in the Cotunty of Fair
field, tind boundod by lanids of Jtuo. Lemnon,
Estate of David Miilling, Jas. P. MoFio,
Thomas Sloan and others.
Terms of, Sale.
Cash sufficient to pay costa anti expenses
to be paid on da1y of sale, The pturohaser
also to pay on Ist day of January, 1860.
the sum of Five IInndred andt Siaty'two
D)ollars, and give bend for the balaneo pag..
able on the 1st of January, 1870, with ines
terost thereon from 1st, Janua.y, 1860, p,y..
able annually, with two good suroties and a
mortgage of the preiuiees. PossessIon glv.
en on 81st, day of December, 1808, on
wchday papers will beoexeuted, purobas
or odyfor papers and statmi a.
II. A,G AILLARD,
Comn. in Equity,
.Com.'s 061cc0, 8th Oct. 1868.
cot 8-t8x2 ____________
D1lLh TO FORECLOSL'MORTGAG?.
Thomas Lauderdale ve, Nathan Parrot, J.
PORJI8UANT to order of Court in the
Iabove statted'cause, I will sell at publio
outcry, at, the Court, 1ouse in Winnaboro,
on the 1st bMondag in No,obei next, thet
r.and descrlbod In the - pleadings in this
more or less,lying in the County of Pair..
field, and bounded by. lands of D. II. Kirk
land, Georgo Shodd, JameOs Aiken and ot.h
Teraus of Sale.
Costs of sOIt and espot ses of eale to bb
paid in cash on dayt of eal. IBals nqe *of
p urehage. money ' p G redit of- twelyn
moths,0with in'tereet thqrteon from,d'yo
sale, seogt4d by bond~ arid egnd. oers#p*l
seourt.yepd tille deed , i tbe sdeMyorod
fa P..MlO gi*u ond' tti.'
00Oon.'s Offlo 8jh 0e0 3.868 -
Perry & Perry, Admws. e John Psurry,.
1N pnra'nmoe of ant order of dhe os~or
f.1 Jphnsongmad* 41sbojI o
the orodijota of 3014 $ityv9 e r
on et hergte the k ibbI,
Iorbq d arre fueb,I toI&.*f*h
One tract of' l5,2 acro'l, 1noro or less, 0
land il Fail field County. adjoling; iandJS 0
Estate of A IV Kennody, Estate of' J P Thom
Us and others, levied upon as ithe propertj
of W It Kennedy, at the suit o" 1) It Thmp
son & Co, and others.
Ono tract of 270 acres, more or less, o
lnid in FairileM! County, adjoining,.lnis o
Win ltobertson.Jetirt, Kennedy,A K Crahi
anil others, levied upon as th property oi
.1amies Kennedy, at; thu suit of Ueo 1%
Williams & Co, and others.
One fract of 160 itrei, nore or less, ol
1n:td in Fait lfold Couty, ndjoiting l1nds (1
(lct) liilnter, 1aipt)on .litisoll aldI others,
levied tiptn nm Imt prolilrty ' 'Joh T Johu.
son, at tIto snit of I A Allen and others.
Ohl trilet oit a neres. Iltoe or less, of
hand inl Vairliehd Countly, lidjoinlingy lanids of
.1at"'s Wnta t, Os:r littkev, 1) Cloud and
ollhere, leviedt uponl a; 114. propletly of' .Je.4v
I liter, at I t stil of' Jilln C Dial ial oth
thietr-iof ofr(1 it're. mo-irn or l4ss, ori td
"i, -'airtiomd c'ottilty, mi-i,iining imands or wm.
K mu', Iaiiul NeL-on, Alargaret Irouin and
Ai s, leviel tipont as lit property of' F,
Vltymiite't, ait I he siuit Of I.. Hlope andk Oth.
Oie tract of, sw nertis, ltuor or iess, or
1:1114 ill FairlithM (,otmaly, a111joinling h;tndsi of'
0114 otiers. levied tiponl 11: the ieperly o1'
iri.bon lio-ritnt. lt tho sitit of' Williamn Leo
Nlrtill atind others.
Ono1 tract of 10) nlorte., looro or less, or
1-11.1 inl Fairlield :ointy, adjuiping imitds of
tillollit4 n (lie proper-ty of .4hn A. (ruinpton,
nt the suit of 11. (srent 111(1 ()liters.
Onte Iract o '700 trr:i, moro or less, of
lail inl elairfield ("ounty, n'ljoining latds of
S. (ikbson, E'slato ol'.lhte A. Alartin and
oIt hers, levied upont 11s tie property of 11. A.
(Iletnn, droonsd, lit ithe 1uil of Sauinie It.
Mitrtini, Admtr., andi thrl
io .-ct of lbo iares, Inoro.or less, of
lailt iltt Fa0r tlili Coutiy, adjoilnitig lands of
-1. i'. Koitedy, KiInto of V. A. Kunody
It q whers, levied liupol as the ipro ptly of
. :1n1 ni, Kennedy, it ih It sit of Johnson
Allen & Co., tnd otlers.
11itno trao. of 200 nores, moro or loss, or
:11.1 ill Fairfield Cottly, oljointing lands of
L.ito 1 of'.lano E. Kelody and others,
levie<I upon ot (ie property of IV. A. Ken.
tiedy, at the suit of' C. M. Portor, for 'notht
e. iantd others.
Otie trot of 4.10 nores, moro or les, of
hold in Fail-filvId County , adjoillitig 1atd1 of
Jas. I. Walker, Estate of E. 0. Palmer,
Itkht,. Walkel mind oil herm, levied upon ts ithe
property olltobertt It. losbormigh, at the
muit. of' Strother Tidwoll and others.
O'ne riet of 50) acres, more or loR, of
land in Fil''iod Couttly. na4jUililig lids of
A. M1. 'atil, IV. M. Miarltint and others,
levied uplm ats I ie properly of M. A. WVel.
doll, a. tie suit of John U. Miluor and oth
Ote trat of' I t nereN, more or less, of
irnd114 il Paitield Cr11y, adjointing lands of
it . Ghladney, Jas. Itlirdee, Thos. titt. and
others, levied 11pon ias the property of
James Gladney, at the stut of John Mobley
One traet of500 nores, more or less, of
1111.1 1!t Fairfield County, adjoining lands of
Iran11tous Pope, W. K. Turinar, I. 11. Sloan
andl(, othors, lovied npon ais teh property of
It. J. 0ladiley, nt ihe suit of Johil lobley
Ono tract of460 acres, more or loss, of
land in Fakirlich0 County, adjoining lands of
Timnothy liarden, Jos. Koller a1nd othero,
levied ono0 as the properly of Thos. IV.
itabih, Jr., at tho suit orS. It, Matt and
ftio (rant. nf 1100 ant, norn or -1 of
lanl inl Fairfield County, adjoinIng lalds of
T. IV. Iltabb, Jr., Sainuel Gibcrt and others,
levied upon as tihe propery of Timothy
larden, at the suit of 1. it. Evens, Exco'r.,
One tract of 60 acrcs, more or less, of
lattid it Fairflold Couly, adjoiling lands of
IV A. Maitin, (orgo Sheddl ad others,
levIed upon)1 as tho propety of James A iken,
at tihe suit of Elliott Elkiti and otheirs,
One tract of d191 aotres, mareI' or Iotis, of
land in F'airfield Cotuty, adjIolning Iattds of
1I1an1 K. Jamtes, Joseph Kellor', Eutatte John
F., Davis and other's, levied upon as the
properly of D) U3 lirkland, tat the suit of I
J1 Wolch, for heirs of L, J Cook and Olhoers.
Ono tract of 160 acres, more or less, of
latnd in Fair'ftold Count,y, adjoining lands of
'I(Tomasi W Ratbh), Sr., Will11at Aiken, Thoma
as Rtichard son and ol bits, levied upon as
the propert.y of WVilliam 11e1l, af, the suit of
Jameits 11. 8towart anId others,
Ono tract of 100 acres, mere or less, of
ltand itn F'ail'tiod Cotuty, adjoliuing lands of
Estate of John B ell, Es5tte of' iugh Alkon
and1 ethoe, levied utpon 1as tho property of
J I) Oladney, at the sutit of I IK James,
Admr'r., and of hor1s.
One: tract of 448 acres, mnore or loss, of
land4 in Fairlild Couttoy, adjoining lands of
James lulchison, Estate of (1 1 Pear'son,
WV Blair Ilnd ->ltors, leviod upon as tile
property of James MeClIll, at the suit, of
1 K Jamies, Adlm'r., and of,hors.
One traot, of 850 acros, mere or 'loss, of
land in Fatir flofd Count y,' adjoining lands of
Jameos Cr'osby, J F V Logg and others lovied
upon01 ny the proper'ty of A C Feastor, do.
OCaseOd,at, (lie Itnit of it 11 loyiestton's E~xcon.
trix, antd others,.
Ono ftraot of 800 aeres, more or Joss, of
land in Fairfleld Couty , adjoining lands of
lItbh anld thers, levied upon aa the propeor
ty of3O W Rtabb, docctatsod, at the sulit of
liPR Martin, for another, and othors.
Onoe tract of 400 acres, more or les, ol
lanld in F'airfIlid County, tadjoining lands of
J T.i Dawkins, WI (3 larrison alld othlers,
leviod upon1 as the properly of Charles Frooe
at thte bull of 8 11 Martlit and ot hers.
The interest; of th10 Defenidants int one
raot, of 450 aceres, rnoro or less, of land . in
Fair'fld Joumnty,- adjoinitg lands of tlharlei
F?ree, Wm Trtapp, flarrison Beorley, Isaat
MQrris and others,. loid unoa as thte pro
petty or Est ate 6f Johnu Hiulehison, at, thu
stil, of James Jones, 0t,. ut, anti otW
vs. J P . IHuohison, RI 0 jlufehison, J
H tttohison, WI 11 lHtohison, and Thtomtas
*One .tract of 400 acroe,- mere or lens, 0
rlanad in FairfloI~l Counly,,adjvit,,irg linda o
J T I)awkin,t, E'state of 3 J1 McAlnaa aun
Olters, lole'pon as the p roperty of WI J
uawkins, at, the suil, of Lyle & Anderset
and othters. -
One tractl of 360 aores, noro or less a
'land in Fairfltild Coty adjOhnidg ltIIlj5
IY J Daw kin.4 Estate of WJ-Ajaton .ani
others,.iovli4d upoa,As the prope,iy of,
L'qidns, at tile suit of il'hoa Jerdan an
ft One Iract of 11100 ab'e,, s',orr leed,
f land in FaIrfield Coun1.g adjoinigI,d
I Ricohard1 M orga9, Q. IP My'
. ttyl Qrtait'tn-6li,a;-ait surt of
tato1 f4r- Aot boy,-od df hemg 'a *i '
f (tif? tra'ot 6f 100 Itero, niore or'sei
s . nTi~ assIebcjardson, 4 M lipdge an JoL)q
~ie4'.ppo n.(he aprevty o~'
;M r,at hgii f e 4
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