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GROCERS AND COM
INVITH the attention of the trade to their
offer on,liberal terins and the lowest ma
PRESENT STOCK 00
Barrels "Powdered" d "Creshed" Sugsrs,
barrels "A" and "Coffee" gnprs, 01.
Barrels '-C" and "Dark 3rown" Sugars,
Bags Rio and JAa ofi,
Green Tea, diferent qualities,
Choice Blak Tea,
Barrels SugarIouse Syrup,
Boxes "Colgates"'and other brands Soap,
Ada nal$14tpink Nm
And l'aralne Candies,,
And "Duryeas' Starb,
Sacks Liverpool Salt,
Boxes Table Salt,
Barrels, Hfalf-Barrels and Kits
Mackerel, NoT. 1, 2, itd 8,
Iftde. Pri-me Baltimore Sides,
BIN, Cincinnati I
Qu&ter .0Ajks Sherry, Madeira a,6d Po
9 1rrels N, 0, 06rn Whilkoy,
Quarter Caiks Domestio
10 Cases Sup4rior
20 Cases 0
qunny and bundee Baggin.
Manills an t em R
COTTON BOUGHT A
Z are pleased t inform our e*Utomer't
. Baltimore and Charleston, whereby wi
nd Varied assortment, ebraeIng,
DRY GOOFD, of eTquy style aid quo
JAT8, a tomplits assotmet,
- TIN WARE. madiif tfie best blod
YANKEE NTIONS,. 6!erytMag fi 1
Of one and all w#fAvite aW inspection of o
.JCree I 3d
Wholesal Dreg sa at 4
toeb A -
t 4- "i G A
TERS B 110,,
MISION. MERCHAN T;
Stock of CHOICE GROCRIESP which they
SId IN PART OF:
Barrels Pickled Salon,
'Boxes of Oysters and
Poaches, in cans,
Keg Bi-Qarb Soda,
Boxes Maccaroni and Vermicelli,
Buckets, Brooms, Tube,
Ginger, Cinnamon, Cloves,
Pepper, Mace and Allsp)oe,
Pire Crackers, &o.,
Extracts Vanilla, Lemon,
Oinnation, Oradge, Rose,.
Almond and Celery,
B6xes Cheese, different brands,
Barrel Pure Extra Leaf Lard, refined,
Half and Quarter Botes flaisins.
5ugar Cured Hams,
V0 Bbls. Baltimore Fafnily. Flour.
os Jamaica. huU1.
Cases cotch. Whiskey,
I dase Plantaf,ion Soes,
T MARKET PRICES.
it ,e have m*ds aftanl'dIoets In New York,
ealf keep our stoouol 'its present lafge
T AND 9810, t61 hlt anybody,
L0fIN9,'we warraP ?atisfaCti,
b IENS WliBNS, good vaRety,
IWlt AND WRfTE V'ED BLARBT8,
r stcd. ft our lIdIeq an oo s Dei$
ad we guaranteb every artile t i
8 - B . pLSO
skhin am ' tIa eg~ in.,
lin% M loco Ti n~ i
have just received;a largi supply, of
'every ArIjty of
S Ali kids of
We are also prepared to Turnish Wedding
or Party Suppers with Cakes, plaip or high.
- Country Stores wishing to purobase any
amount of CANDIES from 25 to 100 pounds,
would and it to their interest to call and
examine our stock.
.N. G D. LADD, & 00.
No. i, Fairfield Hottl Range.
SADLES, HARNESS, &c.
WHE subscriber hason.hand and
Lif%. constantly manufacturi'g
SADDLES, HARNESS, and BRIDES, of
all descritions, and every arti -le in his
line of the best material. . Also, GIN
BANDS of every size. Repairing done with
,All work warranted. Call and see-prices
AISO TO RENT.
The Store at present occupied -by Mr. Ja
D. Milner. X. GERIG.
oat 28-tt -
WHITS WINE VITEGER,
DuBOSE EGLESTON & C0,
NO. 3, H HOTEL RANGE.
ENGU81 DAJRY CI8ESB
- 0L3 MA N~LM kOti
HE'subscribers invite 0 t n to eir
W3'V 0 i=
containin; the umuaLvarly of
Ready Made Clothing,
. . neng, . .
Aite, Shoes and Boote;
- '- ooks,
Ouu~term s - Ca odh nWare.
Out mms re C sand we hope to sd
m're a liberal patronage by solling at exhall
EECHIN, MoMASTER &:00.3
- ag 18-f- - - .Hotel Range,
L'~ ~ ajbins,aI s,
P W5bod 4 Lnen. Ca io
Fa,1 e, C.Wt Gotton. allNM~
AieW. ap, Women's Bopts and Shoes,
Boys Shioes, Misses and Ladies' fine Glovo
Kid Oerm and HJosery, Alen's, Boys and
Mliss ljat. J ES
~JAMES. G. MILNOR.
~HRilR months after date, application
Iwill-benimle to the Charlotte & South
darolina Railtoad "omnpany.; for tenewal of
ertiieate of 8tock, No. li>09, l'S Shares.
3rIginal Certineonte issuiod in the name of
Mvargtaret ilusha(t, duted 26th Mgy, 1862,
mad' has been lost.
J. 8. STE WART,Eettr
'e6t 8.1aw8mo - ,Eettr
Sdlt in seamless aoks/- oe00 ibm.
mdeh, Cofes of three quallites,8m r Cruelt
mdGsquiated and Brown of geveral grades.
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'1030 PSH3KIIM 'N0sWJO1f
Y 'virtue of an Exeoutohloj me directed,
1 Will ofrer for sale at Fair6eld Court
House on the first Monday And the day fol
1owing, In November next w'ihi'n the legal
hours of sole, to the hi est bidder, for
Cash, the following Re&I Prop4ty - Pur
chasss to izy for Titles.
One tract of 8050 acres mori di. less of
land in Ifairfield District adjoinkng lands of
John Harrison Sr., deceased, N. A. Peay,
deceased. JohA E. Robertson,' Johu ftober
son Dixon and others, and te' Wateree
River, levied upon as the property' of Jas.
E. Doby (now deceased) at the suit ot T. 8.
DuBose and R. B. Boyleston, Exre; v's John
Harrison Sr., James Harrison, Jas. E. Doby,
and John. B. Robertson.
8. F. 0.
1heriff's Office, 10th October 1866.
BOOTS AM 815.
200 Pairs Childen's Shoes,
200 Pahi BDt. .
.*FIfi~LBR LOWRANCE, ,
oot 18-2w Columbia, 8. 0.
JOHN C. DIA L,
* (Late ALLEN & MAL,)
,41 Ae Sign qf the GoWm3i'ga4 Loek,
COLUMBIA, S. Es,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL6
Importer and Dealer la English sad
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
INDS RUBBBR AND LEAT)I BELTI%U,
Ca ttrs, tdhit1i -
0 bst idet
J'AVIN"; secitred cormpot.nt
n. ssintii will open her
SCHOOL o ean enlarged scale -
for pupils of 'all age, on Foo.
French apd a BAgsk: Braneles ontow
fully taugh ;
Mdsio-By Miss eaillard.
f hr VESTMG IN
FAIRFIELD DISTBIOT--BOUTII CAROLINA,
vs. Decree for sale
,Tohd R. Harrison; of Lands, &.
I.N pursuance qf tihe I5ecree of the Court of
EquIty made, in this case, I Will offer
f9r sale at public aotipn, at' Winnoro,
Sguth %;arolina, on bfoiday, tie," 9did of
December next,(being the first onday in
thet' month). qseral THOUSAND ACRBS or
t.le finest COTTON and GRAINl LANDS in'
the State, belonging to the estateof John
liarriso. Sr., deceased. -
These lands are composed of t.114'follow
ing several tracts or plantation, vi.:
1. The tract known.as the "tver Place,"
containing about 8.888 acres~, more or less,
lying immediately on -the banks of the M a
teree River. This plantation contains
about 1200 scr'es'in' originil forest; and
several hundred' abr4s of rich rivyr bdttoms
now in a high statWof cultivatidi; and has
upon It all necessary buildibgs, &c. It is
decidedly one of the best ldtton and grain
plantations in the Southern'dbudtr'y.
2. The tract known as the "Dutchman's
Creek Plaes," containing 2,482 acres, more
or less. This tract idalso'& No.*1,' cotton
and grain jlaiiiation, with a large creek
running through it, aiid'has upon it II n
cessarybuildingys for laborers, stock, o.
?'lTe itrct ktlwn' ab tib Brya&it
Place," containing 546 acres more or less.
On this place Is a very comfortable dwelling
hous;. *Ith a number of oiti-houses, &o.
4. The tract known as the "Sandhill or
Home Place." containing 808 acres, more or
less, Most of this place is In original
woods,- and'A'shigh and lialthy place, and
is the homestead of the late John Harrison,
6. The trim't known as t*h; ."Conoord
CBurob 1iE',"containing 160 sets. more
or less: Nearly the whole of t%II tract Is
coieredtltli a thick growth' . thne very
large'at and fidbst long leaf pli'; pariou.
larly suited to Railroad purpoies; shingles,
or aliything wiiol is maltb frdm ihe tim
ber ; and it lies within two miles of the
Ridgewa'y Depot onr the Chqrlotie abd
South Carolina 1road with a good,
lfil wagon rM 14adidif 'rto.
6. - The tract known' m the "Salt' Pond
Racetrack," containng 100 acres.
The terms of Sale ae - as, flloid: TI'
purchaser of the "Rive'r 'lae' iil b6 re
quired to pay the sum of six' hudred dol
lars, and one-sixth of the amount for which'
it sells, and its proportionate share of the
costs and expenses of the suit and sale IN
CASH; and foi the balance a credit will be
given until the lt of January 1868,- with
interest thereon from the lht; of Janadry
1867, at which time possession-will be given,
secured by bond with at least. two approved
sures, aad a mortgage of the premises.
For all the other tracts, oie- slith'd the'
amount at which th'~ ale bid dff, t4gether
with so much as wa be neqW9ry to aid
the "River Pla ie"in detrayiNthe costs and
expenses of suit and sale, w;n be required
to be paid'in cash on dky of said ;; ands for
the balance a credit until the 1st. df Janu.
-sty 1868, with idterft:*Ofm first of January
1867, atwhioh time pissession will be giv
en' -eii*d'by olito with at leaut two-sure-'
ties to each, and-a- mortgage of- the premi
All the pt*!bdieV' will be re4uired to pay
in cash for ti'tles, oc., alld' any purchaser
ihibe at Iberty' to in cash for the
*wol'df him' pur'chase e desires to do so.'
HENRY A. GAILLARD,
Cotnr. in Equity.
Commissioner's 0OMoe, --
Winpsboro, 8. 0., Oct,. 10th, 1868.
W ILL be offered foi- i\ent at the Court,
Hou;s' n Winnsb'oro, on' the 1st
Monday in Ntsvemnber, the Planaftid~ds be
longing to the EstAte of Theo, 8. Dullose,
deceased. One kunown as
Situated on the Wateores Creek, about tent
miles above 'Winnsboro, and. containing
2600 acres more or less. On this place is'a
dwelling house and all necessary plantation
titatd'bot;three mil'es above Winna
boro, and containing about 600 acres. Op
this piace is a dwelling honso annd all n'aceo
sary buIlc#ngs, except a gin house.
Situated 'abbat four mlls aboivt Wfiikdh
bore, and containing abotit 600 morel, d,tdL
all necessary plantation bnlldliL r e
Theme $1i4ee are offered thus rfb.
case frQ the failure' of thne food'orop a
small grT rop 467 be.a' inbyertat eon
sldea sothe of~.tm next year- 'Al
thoughp~uI 11u le given etiluthe
lit ofJtg1 L viiege of sew.
lug %i~ flFb.iT6 I~ptesentlolders
un~ a .sk