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LONDON, January 23.--Th? Greek adhe?
sion to the protocal is considered cortain.
MADRID, January 23.-The Government1
is considering I ho abolition of the slave trade
between the colonies. . Transports with re?
inforcements for Dulce, are nearly ready to
sail. The next fleet will land at Santiago
HAVANA, January 23-It is reported that
the rebels are driving Yulmasida by a small
force in his front, and that he is moving
Westward: A largo force attacked Villa
Clara. Steamers have been engaged to
bring Yalmassida back.
Travelers aro annoyed by severe passport
regulations. Banco del Comeroo bas been
resumed. Sugar firmer, at 8'4'.
HAVANA, January 23.-Seditious cries oc
ourred during *? performance at Yilla Neuva
theatre. Many of the audience commenced
singing the "Revolutionary Union," when a j
formidable riot ensued. The volunteers
and police exchanged shots with the people.
Many on both sidoB were wounded. There |
is intense excitement und more riots are ex?
Affair? In Washington.
WASHINGTON, January 23.-The House is
disoussing Boutwell's manhood suffrage
amendments. The Senate is endeavoring
to get np manhood suffrage, but found no
quorum. The Senate seems loth to take it I
up, and an effort is now pending to make it |
the.special order for Thursday.
In the Senate, the New York Chamber of
Commerce's protests against change iu tho j
bankrupt law, was presented. A resolution
donating cannon for the Lincoln Monument
at Springfield was passed. The Judiciary
Committee reported a bill declaring void
the confiscation of propertv by the rebel
States. The Senate agreed to the House
amendment to the joint resolution for the
removal of officers from Virginia and Texas,
who cannot take tho test oath, and to a fur?
ther amendment reported by Wilson, ex?
tending its provisions to Mississippi. It|
goes back to the House for concurrence.
The death of Hinds was anuounced from
the House, and the Senate adjourned.
In the House, the entire day was devoted
to the discussion of Boutwell's billlor man?
hood suffrage and the enforcement of tho
A despatch from Texas announces that a
delegation of seven, elected by the Conven?
tion, is coming here to urge the division of
A Philadelphia despatch says that Mrs.
Twitchell has been acquitted of the charge
of murdering Mrs. Hill-her mother.
Cuba will send eighteen and Porto Rico
eleven delegates to the Constituent Cortes,
which will meet on the 11th of February.
In the meanwhile tho most active prepara?
tions are being made for sending additional
re-inforcements to Cuba.
FINANCIAL AND COMMEttCIAl.
NEW YORK, January 23-Noon.-Money
easy, at 7. Exchange 9?8. Gold 35"H.
Flour 10@15c. bettor on low grades. Wheat
firm and quiet. Corn quiet and unchanged.
Pork quiet-new mess 30.00. Steam lard
steady-barrels 19}(j@19%. Cotton lower,
7 P. M.-Cotton dull aud decidedly lower;
sales 650 bales, at 28?.t@29. Flour mode?
rately active, at noon's advance. Pork30(?
30%. Lard firmer-kettle 20|4'.
BALTIMORE, January 23.-Flour and grain
dull. Pork active at 31@31>.i. Shoulders
AUGUSTA, January 23.-Cotton dull and
lower; sales 411 bales; receipts 909-mid?
SAVANNAH, January 23.-Cotton dull and
nominal-middling 27'..'@28; receipts
Momr/i, January 23.-Receipts of cotton
419 bales; sales 850 bales; limited demand
and market dosed dull and easy-middlings
NEW ORL?ANS, January 23.-Cotton dull
and unsettled-middlings nominally 273?@
28; sales 750 bales; receipts 3,341. Gold
36^. Flour steady-superfine G. 75; double
firstname.lastname@example.org; treble email@example.com. Corn 78?
80. Pork firm at 81. Bacon firm-shoul?
ders I52.4. Sugar active-common lO^X'i
10%; prime 12%@13; yellow clarified ?4(&
14%. Molasses active-common 60(o\Gi;
prime 67@69; choice 71(o}72. Whiskey de?
pressed-Western rectified 95(o1.02'.j.
LONDON, January 23- 3 P. M.--Consols
93 >?. Bonds 75%.
LIVERPOOL, January 23-3 P. M.-Cottou
easier but not lower-uplands ll i.,(</.ll -sti;
Office of Udolpho Wolfe,
Soi.x IMPORT, OF mr. ScniKUAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS
22 BEAVER STREET, NEW YORK, Nov. 3, '68.
To the People of the Southern States.
When tho pnro medicinal restorative, now so
widely known as Wolfo's SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS,
was introduced into the world, under tho endorse?
ment of 4,000 leading members of the medical pro?
fession, somo twenty years ago, its proprietor was
well awaro that it could not wholly escapo tho
penalty attached to now and useful preparations.
He, therefore, endeavored to invest it with the
strongest possible safeguard against counterfeit?
ers, and to render all attempts to pirato it difficult
and dangerous. It was submitted, to distinguish?
ed chemists for analysis, and pronounced by thom
the purest spirit ever manufactured. Its purity
and properties having boon thus ascertained,
samples of the article woro forwarded to 10,000
physcians, including all the leading practitioners
111 tho United States, for purposes of experiment.
A circular, requesting a trial of tho preparation
and a report of the result, accompanied each
speoimon. 4,000 of tho most eminent medical men
in the Union promptly responded, l'hoir opinions
of tho article wore unanimously favorable. Snob a
preparation, thoy said, had long beon wanted by
tho profession, as no reUance contd he placed on
the ordinary liquors of commerce; all of which
were more or lesa adulterated, and, therefore,
unfit for medical purposes. The peculiar excel?
lence and strength of the ol) of juniper, which
formed one ot the principal ingredients of the
Schnapps, together with an unalloyed character
of the alcoholic element, give it, in the estimation
of tho faculty, ? marked superiority over every
other diffusive stimulant as a diuretic, tonio ana
These satisfactory credentials from professional
men of tho highest lank wore published in a
condensed form, and enclosed with each bottle
of the Schnapps, as one of the guarantees of its
genuineness. Other precautions against fraud
were also adopted; a patent wus obtained for the
article, thu label was copyrighted, A fae simile ot
tho proprietor's autograph ?ignafnro was attached
to each label ami cover, his name and that of tho
preparation were embossed on the bottles, and the
corks were sealed with his privat?; seal. No article
had ever been sold in this country under the name
of Schnapps prior to the introduction of Wolfe's
Schiedam Aromatic Schnapp?, in 1851; and the
label was deposited, HS his trade mark, in the
United States District Court for the Southern Dis?
trict of New York during that year.
It might be supposed, ny persons unacquainted
with the daring character of the pirates who prey
apon the reputation of honorable merchants, by
vending deleterious trash under their name, that
tho protections so carefully thrown around these
Schnapps would have precluded the introductions
and salo of counterfeits. They seem, however,
only to have stimulated the rapacity of imposten.
Tho trade mark of the proprietor has been stolen:
the endorsement which his Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps alone received from tho medical pro?
fession has been claimed by mendacious humbugs;
his labels all bottles have been imitated, his ad?
vertisements paraphrased, his circulars copied,
and, worse than all, dishonorable retailers, after
disposing of the genuine contents of his bottles,
havejilled them up with common ?jin. the most
deleterious of all liquors, and thus made his natue
and brand a cover for poison.
Tho public, the medical profession and tho sick,
for whom the t'chicdatn Aromatic Schnapps is
proscribed as a remedy, are equally interested with
tho proprietor in the detection and suppression ot
these nefarious practices. The genuino article,
manufactured at thc establish mont of the under?
signed, in Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from a
barley of the finest quality, and flavored with an
essential extract id' the berry of tho Italian
juniper, of unequalled purity. Hy a process un?
known in tho preparation of any other liquor, it is
freed from every acrimonious ai il corrosive ele?
Complaints have been received from the leading
physicians and families in the Southern States,
of the sale of cheap imitations of tho Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps in those markets; and travel?
ers, who are in the habit of using it as an antidote
to the baneful influence of unwholesome rivei
water, testify that cheap gin, put np in Schiedam
bottles, ia frequently palmed off upon the unwary.
Thetagenta of tho undersigned have bi en requested
to institute inquiries on thc subject, and to for?
ward to liini tho names of such parties as the}
may ascertain to bo engaged iii the atrociotu
system of deception. In conclusion, thc under
signed would say that he has produced, from undei
tho hands of the most distinguished men o
science in America, proofs unanswerable of tin
purity and medicinal excellence of the Schicdan
Aromatic Schnapps; that he hu* expended man;
thousand dollars in surrounding it with guarantee!
and safeguards, which be designed should protee
tho public and himself against fraudulent imita
tiona; that he has shown it to be the only liquor ii
the world that can bo uniformly depended upoi
as unadulturated; that ho has challenged investi
gation, analysis, comparison, and experiment ii
all its forms: and from every ordeal the preps
ration which boars his name, seal and trado mark
has como ott" triumphant. He, therefore, feels it
duty he owes to his fellow-citizens generally, t
the medical profession and the pick, to denonnc
and expuso tho Charlatans who counterfeit tites
evidences of identity, and he calls upon the pres
and thc public to aid him in his efforts to reined
so groat an ovil.
The following letters and certificates, from th
leading physicians and chemists of this city, wi
provo to the reader that all goods sold by th
undersigned aro all they are represented to be.
I feel bound to.say, that I regard your Schnap]
as being, in every respect, pre-eminently pur
anil deserving of medical patronage. At all event
it is the purest possible article of Holland Ci i i
heretofore unobtainable; and, as such, may I
safelv prescribed bv physicians.
DAVID !.. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
2o PINK STREET, NEW YORK, Nov. 21, lst>7.
Udolpho Wolfe, Esq., Present.
DK.VU Sin: I have made a chemical exaniinatu
of a sample of your Schiedam Schnapps. w:i
tho intent of determining if any foi eign or injnrioi
substance had been added to tho simple distill*
DEAR Silt: The want of pure Wine.' and Liquot
for medicinal purposes, has been long felt by tl
profession, and thousands of lives have been sa
riticed by tue uso of adulterated articles. Deliriu
tremens, and other diseases of the brain ai
nerves, so rife in this country, are very raro
Europe; owing, in a great degree, to thc difieren
in the purity of tho spirits sold.
Wo have "tested tho several articles import
and sold by you, including your Gin, which yi
sell under tho namo of Aromatic Schieda
Schnapps, which we consider justly entitled to t
high reputation it has acquired iu this counti
and, from your long experionco as a foreign ii
porter, your bottled W ines and Liquors shon
meet with tho uamo demand.
Wc would recommend you to appoint sumo
the respectable apothecaries in diff?rent parts
tho city as agents for tho sale of your Brandi
and Wines, whero tho profession can obtain t
same when needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your new enterprise,
remain vour obedient servants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor of Surge;
University Medical College, New York.
J. M. CABNOCHAN, M. 1)., Professor of CLIM
Surgery, Surgeon-in-Chief to the State Hosptt
etc.. No. 14 East lGth street.
The examination has resulted in tho conclusi
that the sample contained no poisonous or har
fill admixture. I have beon unable to disco'
any traeo of the deleterious substances which i
employed in tho adulteration of liquors. I wot
not hesitate to uso myself, or to recommend
others, for medicinal "purposes, thc Schied
Schnapps as an excellent and unobjoctiona
variety of gin. Verv respectfullv yours,
(Signed,) CHARLES A. S??LY, Chemist
NEW YORK, 5:1 CEDAR STREET, Nov. 2t?, iso;
Udolpho Wolfe, Esq., Present.
DKAU Sin: I have submitted to chemical analv
two bottles of Schiodam Schnapps, which Itt
from a fresh package in your bonded warehou
and lind, as boforo, that tho spiri'uous liq
is freo from injurious ingred'ents or talsificati
that it has the marks of hoing aged and not
cently prepared by mechanical adinixturo
alcohol and aromatics. Respectfully,
FRED. F. MAYER, Chemis
NKW YoitK.Tneedav.lMay \.\Udolpho Wolfe, I
LEWIS A. 8AYRE, M. D., No. 795 Broadway.
H. P. I) EWE ES, M. D.. No. 791 Broadway.
JOSEPH WOKSTEJt, M. D., No. 120 Ninth stn
NEL80N STEELE, M. ?., No. 87Bleeckcr str
JOHN O'REILLY, M. D., No. 230 Fourth str
B. I. RAPHAEL, M. D., Professor of tho Fri
plea and Practice of Surgery, Now York Med
Collo*;", cit., No. 91 Ninth street, and others.
Tho proprietor also offers for salo
Bottled Wines and Liquors,
Imported and bottled hy himself, expressly
medicinal use. Each bottlo bas his certificat!
Nov 12 3mo UDOLPHO WOLF]
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the
South Carolina Eailroad Company, and
of the South-Western Railroad Rank.
THE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the
above institutions will be held, m tho city of
Charleston, on tho SECOND TUESDAY in Febru?
ary next, the Sth of that month. Place of meet?
ing, Hall of the South-Western Railroad Bank, in
Broad street. Hour of convening, ll o'clock A. M.
On the day following, WEDNESDAY, the 10th,
thoro will be an election held at tho samo place,
between the hours of 9 A. M. and 3 P. M., for Fif?
teen Directors of tho Railroad Company and Thir?
teen Directors of the Bank. A Committee to
Verify Proxies will attend.
Stockholders will be passed, an usual, over tho
lioad, to and from tho meeting, freo of charge, in
accordance with tho resolution of the Convention
of WA. J. lt. EMERY,
Jan 10 smw Hocretary.
"y^TE have just received a large sspply of
And other DRESS GOODS, purchased for cash, at
greatly reduced priers. We are now offering
great bargains in these goods. Tho Ladies will
find it greatly to their advantage to give us a call,
as wo can assun; them wo will give them btr
Kains. J. H. A M. L. EINARD.
Jan 20 G
MAIN STREET, DAVIS' ROW.
IQ BBLS. NEW ORLEANS SYRUP,
5 hhds. of Prime New Crop Cuba Molasse s.
50 bbls. ot Pink-Eye Planting Potatoes,
50 bbls. of Fine and Medium Grades of Flour,
10 hhds. of Prime C. R. Sides,
5 hhds. of Primo Shoulders,
20 box'.s Dry Salted Meat,
50 boxes Factory and English Dairy Cheese,
50 bbls. Refined Sugars-A, B, C, Crushed
100 packages Mackerel Noa. 1, 2. ;i.
5 bales Heavy Gunny Bagging,
50 coils naif inch Manilla Rope,
Cotton Tics of all description.
20 BBLS. of PRIME OLD CORN WHISKEY,
received from North Carolina, and warranted to
be something fine.
A largo stock of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
LIQUORS constantly on hand, including FINE
CHAMPAGNES, ALES, PORTER and BITTERS,
all of which will be sohl wholesale and retail.
The attention of Country Merchants, as well as
Consumers, is especially called to this stock.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE partnership heretofore existing under the
naiuo of FISHER A LOWRANCE is this day
dissolved, bv mutual consent.
E. n. FISHER.
Jan 12 E. N. LOWRANCE.
ACOPARTNERSHIP has this dav been entered
into between FISHER A LOWRANCE and
JOHN FISHER, former President Branch Bank of
the Stato of South Carolina, under tho name and
stylo of FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
E. II. FISHER,
R. N. LOWRANCE,
Jan 12 JOHN FI8HER.
CREDITORS a.ul DEBTORS of tho linn of
FISHER & LOWRANCE will mako settlement
with tho undersigned.
JanJ2 FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Billiard Tables for Sale.
TWO Ano |BILLIARD|TABLE8,
'in complote order, Marblo and
^Slato Bedding, with Br.l'.s, Cues
and Counters included. Sharp A
Grifttth's make. Will bo sold low. Call at
Dec 13 G. DIERCK'S.
K f\ BBLS. PINK-EYE PLANTING POTATES,
?J\J u:at received and for salo by
Jan 14 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Xiife Insurance Company,
OF NE W TO RK.
QA3H ASSETS OVER THIRTY MILLIONS OF
Cash income, 1867, over TEN MILLIONS.
Dividends to Policy Holder?, 1307, *2,2:56,871.37.
^Dividends to Policy Holder? sir.ee organization
of Company, *10,172,o83.Sl.
. New Policio? issued in 18C7, lo*,503.
The Company is PURELY MUTUAL. No divi?
dends to stockholders. The eutire profits aro
returned to the assured, thus causing Policies to
become SELF-STJ STAIN INO in thirteen years, or
to double in twenty.
Interest received 'rom investments, 1867, over
Excess of INTEREST RECEIPTS ALONE, over
losses, about $100,000.
Real Estate, Bonds, and Mortgages on Roal
Estate, in the city of New York, over SEVENTEEN
MILLIONS of dollars.
BETTER SECUKITY CANNOT BE FOUND.
All men, whether agents of other companiet or
not, arc compelled to acknowledge that tho MU?
TUAL is the largest and best Company in THE
lt has the most rigid Charter to protect ita
It is the richest Company in the world.
Its securities are the best.
Its dividends are the largest.
It is, therefore, the cheapest. The best is
always thc cheapest.
Its policies are non-forfeitahlo.
If you want to PROTECT your family, or your
old agc, is it not wise to seek the BEST PKOTEC
Let the same care that you oxcrciae in all your
other investments govern vu; in this, the most
important of ail.
Applications for Columbia, and the Northern
portion < !' South Carolina, rec. iced by
GREGG, PALMER & 00.,
Jan 19 General Agents.
R. W. GIBBES, M. D" Medical Examiner.
Watches, JEWELRY, Spectacles, Etc.,
NEXT noon TO PHOENIX OFFICE,
if A IN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. I.
THE undersigned i:as on hand,
?and is constantly receiving, a ttl
^.J&^complete assortment of GOODS f
in thc above line, anti will dispose of them at *\?
fair prices. As he is a practical jeweler, his arti?
cles can be depended upon. His stock of SPEC?
TACLES is unsurpassed, and suited to any ago or
eye. Give him a call and inspect his stock.
Jan 15 Sign of tho Green Spectacles.
0. D. V.
PARTICULAR attention is called to thc quality
of tho LIQUORS and WINER for salo at my
atoro. I guarantee purity and strength, in ail
cases, and tho finer grades aro unsurpassed in
flavor and hoquet by any in these Unitod Statos.
Pinot, Castillon A Co.'s, and OUrd, Dnpuy A
Co.'s, pure FRENCH BRANDIES.
Glenlioat Scotch Whiskey-'?Peat Reek."
Holland Gin, Jamaica Rum, Antigua Rum.
Fine Sherries, Madeira and Malaga Wines.
Hocheimer A Lubfrau Milch. Chose Claret, Ac.
English and Scotch Ales and Porter.
Jan 17 GEO. SYMMERS.
? Bare Opportunity to Secure a Magnifi?
lathe Court of Common Plea?.-Kershaw County,
IN uruer io conduce to the interest of purchasers
and to preserve the symmetry of a completo
estate, tho following Ra?ca will be made at the samo
plaoe and time, thus affording an opportu?
nity to purchasers to possess one of the FINEST
PLANTATIONS in the State. The two places
combined form a most desirable and productive
plantation of 1,020 acres, 1,000 acree of rich
swamp, and about 500 acres of best upland, all
cleared, and has often produced and still can pro
duco over 1,000 pounds of cotton to the acre.
Plats can bo seen at my office.
L. H. Deas, J. 13. Kershaw, Executors, vs. T. J.
Ancrum, et al.-Dill for Foreclosure, &c.
In pursuance of orders in above stated cause, I
will sel!, before the Court House, in Camden, on
MONDAY, the 1st day of February next, being
the first Monday, at public outory, all that por?
tion of tho RED DANK PLANTATION, belonging
to Thomas J. Ancrum, situated on the East side
of tho Wateres Uiver, in Kershaw County;
bounded North and East by tho remaining portion
of tho said "Red Dank Plantation," and by the
eatato of Wm. A Ancrum; on the East by tho
"English Lands;" on tho South by the Jones'
lands, and West by tho Waterce River-containing
958 acres, more or less.
TERMS-So much cash as will pay the costs of
these proceedings, tho balance on a credit of one,
two and three years, with interest payable an?
nually, secured by bond, with approved personal
sureties. The titlo doods to be made, but not de?
livered, but remain m Court until the purchase
mouev be paid. Purchaser to pay for stamps and
papers. C. SHIVER, Clerk.
J. D. Kirkpatrick, Administrator, vs. Ellen D.
Ancrum, et al.-Dill for Partition, lo seU Lands.
In pursuance of orders made in the above cause,
I will sell, before the Court House, in Camden, on
the first Monday in February next, being the first
day of tho month, all that portion of the "Bed
Bank Plantation, lying in Kershaw County, ad
1 joining East and North of the part above de
I scribed; bounded North and East by lands of the
heirs of Wm. A. Ancrum, deceased, and on tho
South and West by lands of Thomas J. Ancrum,
and tho remaining portion of said "Bed Bank"
above described. This tract being the portion of
"Red Bank" owned by the late W. A. ?Ancrum.
On this plantatiun there is a complete settlement
suited for a largo plantation.
TERMS-So much cash as will pav coats and ex?
penses of sale, balance on a credit of one, two
and three years, interest payable annually from
date, secured by bond, personal sureties and a
mortgage of thc premises.
Purchasers to pav for stamps and papers.
Jan 24 mw C. 8H1VER, Clerk.
ward Hunt, Administrator.-Petition for Sale of
IN pursuance of an order made by Wm. Hutson
Wigg, Judge of Probato for Richland County,
directed to nie, 1 will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY
in February next, in front of the Court House in
Columbia, within the legal hours,
All that lot of LAND, with improvements, situ?
ated on Main street, in the city of Columbia, and
fronting thoreon - feet -inches; bounded on tho
North by lands now or late thc property of W.
McAlist?r, East by--- 8outh
by---and Wost by said Main
or Richardson street, and contains one-of an
acre, moru or less; heine: tho lot of land of which
Henry Hunt, deceased, died possessed of.
TERMS OF SALE.-Cash sufficient to defray all tho
expensesof these proceedings; balance on a credit
of ono year, with bond with good security, and
mortgage of tho premises. Purchaser to pav for
panera and stamps. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. ll. C.
Jan 10 mth
Under order of Judge of Probate.-Patrick Flynn
and Hetty Flynn, his wife, vs. Coleman Walker,
Elizabeth A. Walker, his wife, el al.-Petition
for Sale of Heal Estate.
IN pnrauance of an order made by Wm. Hutson
Wigg, Judge of Probato for Richland County,
dirocted to me, I will sell, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in February next, in front of the Court House in
Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that lot ot LAND, in the city of Columbia,
containing upwards of one-half acre, fronting ou
Richardson street 70 feet, more or less, extending
back 278 feet, moro or less, towards Sumter street,
and bounding to the North on lot formerly occu?
pied by Janies Rush, to the East by tho samo, to
the South by lot formerly of Levi Ashford, and to
the West on* Richardson'street.
Terms ? ash. Purchaser to pay for stamps and
papers. F. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Jan 10 _mth
Under order of Judge of Probate.-Silas O. Gib?
son, by his next friend, rs. Henry B. Gibson, et
al.-Summons in Partition.
IN pursuance of an order made by Wm. Hutson
Wigg, Judge of Probato for Richland County,
directed to mo, I will sell, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in February next, in front of tho Court House in
Columbia, within tho legal hours.
All that HOUSE AND LOT, iu tho city of Co?
lumbia, bounded on thc North by the residence of
tho lato John H. Pearson, deceased; East and
South by lands of John W. Parker, and West by
Marion street; containing one-third of an acre,
moro or less, being tho house and lot of which tho
lato O. J. Gibson died possessed.
TERMS OF SALE_Cash enough to pay taxes now
duo and expenses of these proceedings, and two
lifths of the bid; tho balance in one, two and thrco
years, secured by bond and mortgage of the pre?
mises. Purchaser to keep promises insured and
assign the policy to tho Judge of Probate, and to
pav for stamps and papors.
jan 10 mth P. F. FRAZEE, 3. R. C.
Estate Sale and Renting oi Lands.
IN pursuanco of a decree of the Court of Equity,
thc undersigned will rent, to tho highest bid?
ders, at Fairfield Court Houso. on the FIRST
MONDAY in February next, at 12 M.. tho following
PLANTATIONS, belonging to tho estate of
Nicholas A. Peav, deceased, for the year 18G9-to
Thc HOME PLACE, containing about 1,000
Tho Graham Tlace, containing about 2,000acres.
Tho Dutchman Creok Place, containing about.
Tho Belton Place, containing about 4,000 acres.
Tho Ross Placo, containing about 2,500 acres.
The Flint Hill Place, containing about 1,800
Renters will bo required to givo noteB, with two
good sureties to each, or liens on the crops, as
they may prefer.
We will also sell, to tho highest bidders, for
cash, on TUESDAY, the 2d day of February next,
and the days following, oommoncing each day at
ll A. M., at tho scvoral places above named, in tho
order abovo given, commencing at tho Homo
Tiaco, all the PERSONAL PROPERTY belonging
to tho said catato, conaisting of:
35 head of MULES and HORSE8,
100 head of Cattle, moro or lost,
A lot of Corn, Fodder and Cotton Seed,
Waggons, Cotton Gins, Plantation Utensils,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, Ac.
C. DURHAM FORD,
JAS. M. RUTLAND,
Jan 13 Executors.
TUST roceived, a supply of PISTOLS, from tho
i sj most celebrated makers; Cartridges, Powder,
Shot, Load, Percussion Caps, Gun V>ads, Powder
Flasks, Shot Belts and Shot Pouches, for sale at
low figures for cash by J. A T. R. AGNEW.