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offer on liberal terms and# the lowest mai
PRFAiNT STOCK 001
Barrels "Powdere 13ugars,
re Sga ouse Syrup,
Boxes "Colgates" and other brands So%p.
Avd larafine Candles,
And "Duryeas" Starch,
Sacks Liverpool Salt,
Boxes Table Salt,
Barrels. Ialt-Zarrels and Kito
Mackerol, Nos. 1, 2, and 8,
bds. Prim' '3aitimore Sides,
Quarte, Casks Sherry, Madeir" Pol
3 Barrels N. C. Corn Whis y,
Quarter Casks Donggio
Gunny and DuAdee Bagging.
Manilla and Hemp R
COTTON BOUGHT 4
VE are Pliased to 1i00r&t out" eusto" til
11adtimore and ChvileSton,'WheVoy,wa
nd vatied assortmett, sibrai0g; -I
DRY GOODS qI, eyf y style sd qua
HATS, a compe146 ansottust
TIN WIRE. made of the belt biosl
YANKtlf NOTION8, everythiog to t
Of one and atl we lmvite an inspection of o
you, go elsewhere~
OUR stoek Is a' kept cowplete, S
Ohe'mIet to late C. 8. Uu&a Inlg Bureat
Itook of CHOICE GROCERIES, which they
ket pIes. O
iSISTS IN PAw F
Barrels Pickled Balmov:
Boxes of Oystqrt and
Keg BD-Cirb8od&, *
Boxes Macaroni and Vermigelli
Buekets, Broome, Tubs,
Ginger, Cinnamon, Cloves,
Pepper, Mace and Allsploej
Fire Crackers, e.,
Extracts Vanilla, Lemon,
Cinna on, Orange, Rose,
Almond and Colory,
oxles Cheese, different brands,
Barrel Pure Extia Leaf Lard, rofinedt,
Half pad Quartet Boxes Raisins.
lgar Cured Hams,
20 Bbs. Baltiniore Family Flour.
Caes Sootoh Whiskey.
I Case Plantation Shoes..
' MARKET PRTKIS
at we baf! *4OeSaPments If New Yorki
001% kep our teektp A* its present large
lity, :r~ e
0TS ANINYA ft sit anybody,
LO92lNG, we wqnhut anttsfabilhn,
'DDERBI 3113W, good variety,
%WN AND WNIU9-11k BIANET,'
1? stoek. If our prices and god doa't salt
LADD BR & C0..
ud we guarantee every artialete be
l80N, t "" P. B, WIL80Z .
e~st late O. 0. Ord.'3)pt.
Bukesf '"ii ' t $[iAI,
BAking Panq 4:b t asi as,
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The iskte ,e09 Nk CaSdoUitha.
James OGill, .
Admr. i41tut of
Miro. Adellsie Mobley Attohiniont.
Wt H. Ellison
WHEREAS the Plaini"id on the
28& H day of Mtoh,.A. I. 1860, fle
his declat6tion against the Defendant who,
(a. i is setd is absont from, and' without
the limits of is State and has neither wife
er attornftjn within the same updn
whoba copy'"f the said deolaration might
be served. - . .
It is therefore Ordered,' that the iatd Do.
fendant do appearhnd pleAd to thtek ded.
laration on or befoTe the 81st ddr orfMach,
A.-D.'A887, otherwise dal add absolute
jadmenet will tIen begl*6n aid awarded
for the Plaintiff inAt him,
S.TCLOWINEY, 0. 0. P.
SADLES,.H1Ul E, &c~
HE subsoriber has.on habd abd
is, sonstantly manufsoturing
SADIDLE8, HA RNESS, ad BRID "89 of
-all descriptio6s,' and every arki"I6 In his
line of the best material.' Also% GIN
BANDS of every else. Repairintg d4fe with
, AE work warranted. Chit and se-pries
Also TO SE".
The Store at present oocupled by Mr. Jas.
D. Milor. '. . GERIG.
WHITE WINE VINEGER,
DuBOSE EGLESTON & 001
NO. 3; AoT A10 E.
ENGLISH DARY CARESEAt
NEW I AUIER L,
THB subsoribes inyite sutendon to their
.UZwaIniing the ssAi"
Reas a clothing
. Linent -,
wats, Shoes and Ots
Our terms are Cash an dwe hop, to so
cure a liberal patronage bjs ina ml
profit. - - a t wi
KETCHIN, MoMABTER & CO.
o.t 18-4f N e1 Range.
PiaEtS mbroide e4' ' i .~ brie
HandkW lfiu,.Cotta'Cothf, al No
Meg'osand Women's .Boots e ad J8hoces1
Bos eShoes, Misses and kdies' fine Glove
El .(lpitlera .and Hosery, Men's,.Boqmand
oei -tf JAMUS G. MIL,NOJ.
T H RBE mnths after date, applietfon
wlbemade td the Oharlotte &. south
Carolina Bailr'eadI ompan, for.rene*al of
Certifleate df Stook, i196809, 18 Share.
Originil *ertificate isMled in the~ nAome
Margaret, Mushatt, d4ted 2t a,'
and has been lost. 6hIy
J. 8. 47BWART, Exeoutow..
'S alt in seamles ~ '200I~ ~J
se Qff ,ot hI Sugar
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4eavy Beaver and Seal-Skin
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Y Virtue of an Exeoution (o me directed,
B I will offer for sale'at Fairfield Court
House on the -first 'Monday and the day'fol
Lowing. in November next, within the lejal
hours of sale, to the hi hest biddel', tbr
0askohler tow Prppert -ur
John arrqon 8T, 4 Nod,.N,, Poay,
deceased .hnu E. obertsn ZJAhl Rlobert*
son, Dkoo, and okhe*, aand, I Wateree
giver, levied upon as the propsrtj of Jas.
E. Deby (sow decemd)lt-sthr soi of T. 8.
Dubosp and R. B, D , Ers. vS John
Hfarrison Sr., James mrlso, J's. . Doby,
and John E. Robertson.
Sheriff's Office, 10th October 1866.
800 PAIRS LADIS SHoW
50 Pairs Mens' Shoes,
200 Pairs Boots.
FISHER & LOWVRANCE,
oct l8-2Wr Columbia, 8. 0.
JOHN C.. DIAL,
-(Late ALLEN& DIAL,)
41A. Sign of the GYolden Pea Loek,
COLUNDIA,. Se Cs,
.WJOLESALEC AND RETAIL,~
Iipjte. and Dealer 'sla Eglish and
Nu fCastins -~. ~:
apqttis BUOIUJ$ - A
AVING secured 'competent
'assltants Will open her
CHOOL on an enlarged scale -
or pupils of all ages, on Feb.
French and all English Branches care.
Music--By Miss Gaillard.
POR INVESTING I1
AIRIRLD 018TILIT-'OUTH CAROLINA'.
ovs. Decree forsale
ohn R. Harrison, of Lands, &o.
N pursuance of the Decree of the Court of'
L Equity made in thid casel I will offer
or sale at public auction, at Vinnaboro,
leuth'varolina, on Monday, the 3d day of
)ecember next, (belug the firt" Mbnday in
hat month) several THOUSAND'ACRES of
he finest COTTON and GRAIN 1ANDS in
he State, belonging to the estate of John
larrisonj 6r., deceased.
Theqe lands are composed of the follow
ng several tracts or plantations, vis:
1. The traot-known as the "River Place,"
ontMiing about' 8.888 acres, more or less,
ying itnediately. on the banks of the M a
eree River. This plantation contains -
bout 1200. acres in original forest; and
everal hundred acres of rich river bottoms
low in a high state of cultivation; and lIas
1pon it all necessary buildings, &c. It is
coldedly one of the best cotton and grain
plantations in the Southern country.
2. The tract known as-the "Dutnhman's
reek Place," containing 2,482 acres, more
ir less. This tract is also a No. 1, cotton
md grain plantation, with a large creek
unang ttfrougb it, and has upon it all me
easary buildings for laborers. stock; &c.
8. The tract known as the "Br ant
laqe." contaIning 545 acres more or fess.
)n this place -is a very comfortable dwelling
kouse. with anumber of out-houses, &a.
4. The tract known as the "Sandhill or.
Ose Vie !-ont aioing 808 aores, iore or
eo. boat of this place is- in original
roods, and-is a high and.healthy place, and'
s the homestead of the lato John -Harrison,
6. The tract known- as the "Concord
0hurch Place," containing 150 acres, more
Irtless. Nearly the whole of this tract is
ov0red with a.thick growth of the very
r t and. finestlong leaf pines, particu.
arm suited'to'lailroad purposes, shingles,
ir anything which is made from One tim
iter; and it lies within two miles of the
lidgeway Depot on the Charlotte and'
!outh Carolina Railroad, with*a good,.
evel wagon road leading thereto.
6. 'e troet known as. the "Salt Pondi,
lacetracho' containIng 100 acres.
Tha terms of Sale arc s follows; Th
uroW of:dWj"-iver Plaoe" will be re
juired to pay the sum of rix hundred dl
are, and one-sixth of the amount for whioh
t Qills,~ and its proportionate share of the
ioats and expenses of the suit and sale IN
)ASH"; iand Tor'fhe baliao a credit will be
;iven until the 1st of January 1868, with
nferest thereon from the 1st bf January
867, -at which time possession will be given,
ecured Iy bond with at least two approved
.ur1ties. yas a movigage of the premises.
For all tI other Lra ow,. one- siath ot the
imounat at which they are bid off, together
with so mich'as may be necessary to wid
he "River Place" in defraying the costs and
ixpenses of suit mid sale, will be required
a be paid in cash. on day of sale; and. for
he balance a oredit until' the 1st of Janu.
ry W86%.wlb ifierest frqu:first of Jannary,
1867, at which time possession will be giv
m-secured by bond'with at. least two sure
les to each, and a mortgage of the premi
All the purchasers wIll be required to pay
n .eash-for' titles, &c., and any pur.ohaser
will be at liberty to pay in cash for the
whole of his pusrchase if he desires to tio so.
mirasboro. 8. C., Oet. 10th, 1866.
W If4 be offered for Rent at the Court
1fduse in Winnuboro, on the 1st,
donday In November, the- Plantations be-.
caging to the Estate of Theo. 8. DuBose,.
leceased. ene known as
S1tuated on the Waleree CrOek, about ten
miles Above Winnsb r, and containing
1600tsesa m.v.. oed Ott thls place is -a
I~i: in a d all necessary plantation .
gsituatede abetit three miles above' Winns
toro, and eqata i ng about 800 acres. On..
his pihdYis 'a dw ling house and all neces.
ary buildings, except og gin house.
Situated about tour miles above Wiens.
toro,s ap gntaining about 6(A acres, and.
4 necesry plantation buildings.
Thesoe es attpcrQ4 th" qe ly be.
rhuse from th failure of. the i.d e.p a
*iall WI o. dy 4.* Iapwu.eone
Milo $b th panter orat year. Al
&ough pe.gsJq.titoot lisi vel until the
74bof Januar' , , the prv,eof ew.,
'dIllowed ~; holders
Charleston 'ees copy en6a i
aW day. oct 4.-1d