One Hundred and Fifty-four acres of land on the Winnsboro road, known as the John W. Neelly place, four and three-quarter miles from the State House, three-quarters of a mile from the new Methodist College, and opposite where the new town has been laid off. Fifty acres in cultivation, and timer enough to cut five hundred thousand feet of lumber. Balance in second growth pines. Price, fifty dollars per acre, one-third cash, balance on easy terms.
Forty-six and one-half acres of land on Garner’s Ferry road, one mile beyond the Orphanage; will sell in 5 and 10 acre lots at, per acre . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$150 One -third cash, balance on one and two years’ time.
An improved place with 104 acres, on public road, eight miles from Columbia; 35 acres in cultivation, balance in woods and timber; price . . .$1,000
Four Houses and lot for . . . $2,100 and room enough to build two more houses; rents now for $288 a year.
550 acres of land, 17 miles from Columbia, five miles from Blaney, on Seaboard road; has some long-leaf pine; balance oak; branch through it; price, per acre . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.00 Half cash balance on one two and three years’ time.
J. F. Mobley,
1507 Main St., Columbia, S. C.