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THE ORANGKBUKO MUTS
PUBLISHED
AI
Orangelrarg, S. C.
Terms: 82 00per Annum, in Advance.
During the Spring and Fall Seasons, Eitra Copies
te OBANpKBuaa Naws will be circulated for tho
fi
AffvdWaenfent^
taoat Liberal Term a. -Address
SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor ?Orangeburg News,"
' ? Orangeburg, 8. C.
VIIVUlttNU IUI MIU
tm^T respectfully request our friends to
?end in their Advertisements as early in the
week as convenient; and tf" possible, let us have
them by Thursday evening. By tKi$ mcan?, we
wilt be able to issue at an earlier hour on Satttr
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE.
LOCAL ITEMS.
>?-?.-??:nn' aw?/-:-.
SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 18G7.
* Town Improvements.
Notwithstanding the universal grumbling
foffm *wWsf oTlni'prtft'eincift id'our
thriving Town, has received no check. Neat
j and superb buildings arc now to bo seen, where
B feW moothB ngOj was nought but unsightly
chimneys and sllapolcss ruins,
Sherman ^d^WM^W"^ spirit of Ontcr
pa^alSo^lg our ci^35008 when he robbed them
of their wealth and lai*d t?eir beautiful Town
in ashes.
Our energetic young townsman, Mr. T. D.
ing his old Store on Russoll Street, which now
presents quite a neat front, and adds greatly to
the appearance of tho Square. Mr. W. is a
native' of our Town ; a coutcous gentleman,
and deserves tho pntVjfiagc of his follow citi
icns. ^;
Our. old friend Dr. D. M. SnUMSR, who isj
never' behind the times, and always has on
hand a remedy for over}' disease, and a balm
.^?'b?ufj%*nVe^ew^MB?V ?yout
completed on Russell Street, opposite Messrs.*!
IPut.l & Scovili.'s.
- Tjie Dr.'fJ new" Ihrng.*S{?wo is a quite a hand- ;
*ome oj??t and.wo may sntoly .say, could not be;
occupied by a mnro affublo and accoiumodatinprij
jpntlomntit Wo bospoak for tho Dr. a.liberal'
^idVP^niH^^rA^? nn^iuxWiou to;
^thc house warming. t
m ^'H'w mi?
. The Crops.
farmers from this District, and from all quar
?tcrs wo have the same cheering accounts : that
the com, and cotton is doing well. Tho pros
pect ofun abundant.harvest., makes our sturdy
farmers cheerful and happy. After a year of
"o^js?tutuin"?nd'vtont*1 nothing can adu more to
the relief of our whole community .than a
plentiful provision c^r?jj. ?
Wo are glad to bo able to announce to tho
numerous frionds of Mr. W. T. McKkwn, tho
^Pjfofatitytblo Suncri^tcnde,nt of tbo Columbia
Branch of the South Carolina Railroad, that
lib is recovering from the severe. attack of i
fever, lately contracted, while superintending
. tho building of the bridge over the Congarce
River. Mr. \M?lfc., without a relapse, will
?oun be *blo to frcsunie his duties. *
Market.
Messrs. Bull & SxunaEON aro emphati
cally tho men for tho times, for truly thejr have
,tbafc energy and perseverance, without which
. it woiildbo impossible to succeed in these days
<wb.cn in every turn iu life we .meet with ob
stacles and difficulties. These gentlemen have
^co^iuly j succeeded in establishing in our
Town, pno of tho best Beef Markets that it
D*s ever been our good fortune to patronize.
No oiie ntfwyfdio". has greenbacks, though of
the smabV*8*' denomination of fractional cur
rency, need go'to bed hungry, for .the inimita-!
?bleJack.of irafctoffian' proportions, is always
?roady to accommodate custo?8' *V*?f, f*7
fMtlSw^fomofrpuwet' M.V^ thanks ar0
duo-MeUrs! B! MMr the tcndcr-/> which
found it/i way into our sanctum this mor??111?'.
May success ever \attend theso enterprising
I^-Wc promised in our last issuo, to de
scribe jfu^ ^r0U
Hoops Ifor'Ejiling Cotton, offered for saloby]
Mpssr^, E. JJ. Ii^doeus.&j Co. Tbcse Hoops;
can be Vurnrshed ' to pijU??? at a much less
price than tho rope, and aro 10 1x5 brH
* -'fon 'w*'cnbaW, from fire,]
^scw^of tne- d
,Thc ties ?an bq eoftlly "dapu. . . ^ .
.. bale; awl when cpmpletcd nvo pprfecv..> ^ ^ I
short thesvr Tics are just tho thijg, i\u
Tho following gpntlomrtn^v^biei! ^p#fnJ
od by General Sickles, aa Registrars for- this
and adjacontJDi?trict8.
Orof^&iflxJ. H. ft*nels{r| $ jWlgtl
geon, T. C. ff>b$l, FHW. Hg^aitfjjr^
M. L. R|ldfifiif. hjf.
De Mars? A. J. Ostrander, Wni."TJeunett^
Lcxingfow^pr.^3. ?fcfcr footer, 1 lienry^fc,
Groes, John HE" AmAx*T)fA& RfWi J,
Ja??b'Wvii?wman,- Clrnrla^ Hatto,. John K>1
Arthur, Levi Gunter, J. J. p orric}^ Jahji W.
Coogler, Robert Rouknight, '?oorgo w. ?yl-.
lop. f\ \> "L A *V <\ TJ (\ CL-j
Oakley^
II. MoKcuua, E. P. Stonoy, G. D. C. Lango,
A.S.Marshall, W. L. BaR/' Cfi'as:'fCfiI^tor'-x
baohcr, B. H. Nerlani|7|l^.^L?Oaro. ^"f^
We learn from tbo Athens (Geo.) Watch-,
man, that Wm. N. White, Esq., ofthat plaoe,
died tni'the 14th iinV&dtf id We 48th year of
his agCjy. Mr. White was yell known through:,
out the Southi/us: the proprietor of the; South-]
cm Cultivator. Ho wna a native of Nbw^York^
but had been a citizen of Athens for some
twenty years.
Now Advertisements.. >vA sauu
??tWooI Hamilton
will pay the highest mnrfco't price for all quali
ties of Wool, at his store on Market-street.
M Ii T
J56?*Seo Notice to Liquor Dealers, advor
tf^lHJtHii^W-Uii^nifO ?'^iLtiioB
??$F** The Commissioner's feale of Real Es
tate of Lfcvi's! ? T^XBtfofeTy deceased, will not
t^t^'pldcc' j?^f^fifalcday' next, ^is adV?rtts'c\lrld
bur luBt,^ ? ? r*i*ai
?y'r-f ' " n'i ;l ' ;' ; ;'"/ ;y
ib?DQU?ttTJElis fu .MILITARY DISTRICT,
Chart^Ston, S. C.,' April 20, 1867.
General Orders, No. 12. '
-.'.Mil ? .?}. ?,?, .-.'<? j .? . .-I., i Ta ? i't -
,?}>A*. K 4 ? ?* ? * . ? * i * *
. C?K? ? Tho1 sale of Spirituous Liquors by any pcr
3dfi"'ot* porsons to Soldiers', Sailors or'Marines','hi
Jho sei^ce.pf the United-g^t^.is hcroby prohibit
ed?) and any person so offending, procuring for, or
giving away to any Soldier.'Shllor or Marine; any
Spirituous Liquors, will be bronght'to trlnl'bcforc a
Mi?i?ry^ribunai,. and sliall.be fined m,ft(flitn\rnpt
exceediug one hundred nor less, than fifty dollars, or
imprisoned f?> &1 period Mot' exceedingtwo month*:
And arty person giving information of any violation
of (Iiis or.dor, shall, upon convict iono'f the person
accused, be entitled to receive one-fourth of the fitio
Imposed'nnd collected:
.Dost Commanders will require Sheriffs. Deputy
Sheriffs, Cimstables and the Police Force within
their Commands to report to them nny violation or j
Military Ordert, ami arrest the guilty parties. ?
? **?*?# * * #
Ry command of 'M?j- Gen.,!), E. Sicki.'.s.
Signed . W .T. V/. CLOUS,
Captain 88ih Infirntry, &c.
. Official. '
Signed ! ALEXANDER MOORE/ j
? Aide-ilc-Cnmp.
II K.t nor \ ntkn s Mi'mt.tRT Post or COLUMBIA,
Columbia, S.-C.j July 10, 1867.
Official
0, V. WEIR,
1st Lieutenant 5th U.S. Artillery,
Pvt. Cnptniu U. S. A.,
Post Adjutant,
july '27 It
"Wool! Wool! Wool!
ALL QUALITIES OF WOOL (cleaned or in the
bur) bought by J. A. HAMILTON,
At Court House Store, Market Street,
-july 27 1
Notice.
PERSONS WANTING GINS SHARPENED will
address inc through the Post Office,
V J. M. FELDER,
Box 58, Orangeburg, S. C.
july 20 lm
U. ;S. Internal Revenue,
Second District, South Carolina,
Charleston, June 20, 18G7.
Tho Taxes on the ANNUAL LIST for 1867, com
prising taxes on Income, Billiard Tables kept for
privfctc use, Carriages, Plato and Gold Watches, are
now duo and payable. These TAXES may be paid
by persons residing in Orangeburg District, to P.
V. DIBBLE, Esq., at Orangeburg C. H., on or bo
fo.ro August IbL, 1867. Unless paid by that time,
the law.attaches additional amounts to the tax.
FREDERICK A. SAWYER,
Collector, Second District,
South Carolina.
july 6 lm
Medical Notice.
The Undersigned have this day formed a Copart
nership for thb PRACTICE OF MEDICINE in
Orangcburg and its vicinity. Tho general aban
donment of tho Credit System, will compel them to
present their bills QUARTERLY for Payment.' '
All pcrnouR indebted at tho present time, to cither
of the undersigned individually, arc requested to
make payment at nn early day.
THOS. A. ELLIOTT, M. D.
ALEXANDER S. SALLEY, M. D.
J<i\y 1st., 1807, july 0?tf
EUREiYA CHAPTER No. 13, R. A. M.
The regular lrtonvocnt.7?n of this Chapter will he
hftldat Ornngeburg V, "-.on .Saturdaytho 27th day
of July,' 1867.. Companions are ^ercd to bepunc
tunl In their attondanco as business of importance
is to bo transacted. *
Candidates for the degrees will attend. order
of the High rricst. W. T. McKEWiV.
S. G. Jamison, Secretary. .
Attention Young America.
-rol' ABE HEREBY ORDERED TO ATTEND
Y your Regular Monthly Parade on the fqiu-th
^%iAAih^Unih. r/j? lot
i.'hunrf- ***** * AU... .?.'
Consignees per South Carolina Railroad
ftiWH*#the Depot to note.
K-.IrM. Shiror, J. G. Konnorly, J. B. Humbert, W.
A. O'Cain, B. F. Parier, N. Btroman, lt. S. Glcaton,
l, J. gWne^Jy^yrfT||. 'jjLi vingaton,
nco ^itfi ortferi rcaVivcd from tho Su
er l)c" charged on
1th unreasonable
Btofefti wll
10 UepbflfW
Agent
[IVSA ?iaA6V?'t/i'? the Obakokburq Nkws,
V Q ? ? ?_ SI \ *l H ^ July 20' 18?7'
* CoVrof^-^ithout material change, finer quali
gradca
Ordinary. K
, *'WWdlfrig: .1 .%7J.i:i3&.*jne?:>..i ?i r. r. iLi. Ml
Strict Middling.. f*"
VJnotori|R|cR-^JuJ JO00 Per b??hc'*
GOLD........ 36
8ILYKK.,/.,'...rw.'i'.UAiA.T^^.'iiU..., '28
ORANGEBURG RETAIL rRICL8.
.'; cofiirtcfEp WJtjbafic (pt' '^BB?i^i jijjjioha.
'Ihfcoiiids qdoTcd'at steady priced. Bagging?
ihcro is ft small stock on hand, mid when the,season
commenoesdt wilf ne much' Higher. Ftbiir Is' steadi
ly- declining. Snlt?a small stock on hnsd. Sugar
has advanced fully 2 cents per lb., there being n
small stock on hand, ti ?? further. advance "is looked
for. Molasses hns also advanced, and n further ad
vance is certain.
BAGGING per yard.'..$ M 88036
BALE ROPE per lb. 20025
BRICKS per M..?* 8 50
CANDLES perfll^8perU.j.,'..:l?......(iJ. 35040
?* *y . y\daror.ntino . 80035
'Tallow. . 25
COFF^E pcr Jb Rlo.........*" 30?88
*P
50
L$guuyra.v.
??I.
CORDAGE per lb M?nlila....30035
FISH Cod per lb.. 12
Herring per<box.....?..t..;. 1 00
Mackerel per kit.... 3 00? 4 00
FLOUR for bbl Fine....... 10 00012 00
?' . .. .'Super... 12 00014 00
.?fin Extra.I.I...- .J6 00017 00
?? Family.J. 18 OO02O 00
.New Staple Sack. 8 00010 00
GRAIN, Oats. 1 50
" Corn...;^.]^....,^.'..1 75
?? Peas.....?... 1 75
HIDES, pWib dry:..'....... C 010
INDIGO;-per :lb Carolina....... 1 000 1 26
LIME, per bbl.......\.!. 3 76
M GLASSES, per gallon. 800 1 25
NAILS, per keg....:. 8 50010 00
OILS, Kerosene per gal. 75
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE.
BACON,"'5tamV. : per lb. 20025
44 Sides I*. 16020
44 Shoulders. 11016
BUTTER,-Country per Ib......V. 80
Goshcn ?*. 6005!:
BEEF.J. 10$yl2
CHICKENS, per dux........'. 1 500 2 50
FOWLS, ?? . 1 0005 00
eggs, 'V-hr?ii 20
beeswax, pcViijf.:^?..<.:.f. so
LAUD, porlb. 20025
rice, per lb Carolina. 12
salt, Liverpool per stick. 3 000 3 50
SHINGLES, per M.....'. 5 00
SOAP, per lb bar. 15020
STARCH, per lb. 20
SPICES, per lb, Cassia. 1 50
? " M?cc. 2 00
? " Cloves.;.!.,..?;i:m 1 25
?> . 44 Pepper. . 50
?? ? All Spice. 60
?? " Ginger...... 50
SUGAR, per lb Muscuvado. 11016
?' 44 a, b, and C. 15020
?? ?? Crushed.
TEAS, per lb. 1 500 2 25
TOBACCO, as per quality, per lb. 40(3 1 50
TALLOW. 12015
VINEGAR, per gallon. 50
QUOTATIONS FOR UNCURRENT MONEY AND
SECURITIES.
.. coruectkd weekly by dull k 8c0v1li.,
Bank of Chester.,. 7
11 Georgetown. 12
41 Newbcrry. 33
?J " South Carolina. 7. |
44 44 Charleston. 15
44 44 Camdcm...... 25
Commercial Bank of Columbia.... 2
Exchange ?4 ?< lt . 8
Farmers and Exchange Bank. 1
Merchants Bank Cheraw.... 0
Peoples Bank.u 85'
Planters Bank Foirfiold..i. 6
Planters & Mechanics Bank.,. 12
Southwestern R. R. Bank.,.26.
Bank of the State of S. C. old.?. 6
?? n *? ?? *? ?? now. ?
Bank of Hamburg. 12
Bank of Union. 55
In Equity,
ORANOEBURG- DISTRICT.
JohnS. R?wo, ct. nl., "I Bill for Aocouat.
vs. V Injunction
L. W. Dash. ot. al. j 'and Relief
PURSUANT to an order 6f'W? Honor Chancellor
Carroll, in this ease, the Creditors of the late Firm
of L. W. DASH & CO., are required to present and
prove their respective demands against the said firm
heforo me on or boforo the 1st day of Soptcnibcr
next.
Coinmipsionor'a Offioo, 1 V. D. V. JAMISON,
July 10, 1867. / Commissioner,
july 20 XII* td
I?10R THE LARGEST AND FINEST SELECTION
: of Papior'Mashe, and Silver Ware fcver offered
in this market, suitable for PRESENTS for all occa.
Binns, call, at
K7.EKIEI. & KOlIN'S.
fob 23 y lo
FRESH TURNIP AND WINTER CABBAGB
SEEDS, for sale at.
july 13 EZEK1EL & KOlIN'S.
mm: Wgiiest cash market price given
.L for all kind of COUNTRY PRODUCE, Bees:
wax, TaUow, Hides, Furs, etc.', et?\, "by
kzkkikl k kohn.
fob 23 ^ y 1?
.^?..Lf n : "in 2ii-iuI.A-^^- ? ? -??>
'?^081 liECRtv,FjV FRESH WINTER TUB^IP
tJI and Cabbngs; S^pds'nt.
e
COTTON TIB AND IRON^ HOOPS
'FOR-BALING C???XB> J Ml*
TRONi HOOPS for Sating OoKcWr iVeJnjp largely
attention of the Plautein, Besides tho difference In
value, the Iron Tics are great prcservein of Cotton,
when bal$d, from ; fire, flEvery Thvif'perfect and
ready for immediate use. Wo Save made arrange
ment^ Jo supply >the v"^RUOW|cTIEy' and^yi. bo
prepared to fill orders promptly (at the Lowest Mar
ketprioo. - Wo'beg thai oUr -friends in' ordering,
will' state whether they will uso Tics or Rope.
E. H. RODGBRS &rX?,^r ??
- . Factors and Commission,Merchants,; n I il
. j , >rP , .Clmflest^B, C,, -
?; ' ? -Jail' &?ii+mIt.it 1*>**J >A*\
"BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL, 5^
Tjrw'TfnrwimR^ro aw nwpreparwf |
YVo Josupply doily, nt our. MARKET, jai Rus
sell-Slreit, fresh Beef, Muttort,1 Veal, &b.,< Wfthercd
and prepared in fine style by JACK DAISY, the well
known. Charleston Butcher. We have made pre
parations to continue the business, und hope we may
be' sustained by the community. * .:
' , . GEO. W, STURGEON,
july 20 V) ? ; WIWOI tf
-$$d&iuv? a vi?ay.an?^?
?a*TK5jr,i vt rt.ivjra. ?:u^ tfisi. ,?.su;itr. #?.
" a ,:4M/ -tf *.<v/..h'; j.xik ? .
.rV-t.f vrtv/.
\ .... i?jU&t*H .Vm^-A :.;. f ?s yViV. V-?w V.\Vi> V-V>
Tnr?ip Seed!! Turnip Seed!!
/t.
?:o:
BEI ,& SjSO^ILE,
II AVE JUST RECEIVED. A^ F?LL
and complete assortment of Fresh and Genuine
.Seeds, yUs; v f > ? 8-$S 170 fe&itfi.:
EARLY wniTE DUTCH,
STRAP LEAF WHITE FLAT,
LARGE WHITE GLOBE*,
LARGE WHITE NORFOLK,.
LARGE WHITE FLAT,
YELLOW ALBEUDEEN,
R?TA BAG A, fine American, -
K?TA BAG A, Purple Top,
RUT A BAG A, WhiteImproved,
? ~* For Sale ?dv
ow.
KEROSENE OIL
T H K
B E S T IN T H E M A R K E T
7.*? cents per gallon.
E'lJS&JSi TOBACCO
a . $ jsu 'h " 5
On consigninont
and for sale low
BULL & SCOVILL,
fob 23 y lc
JOSEPH McNAMAttA,
ANNOUNCES TO HIS
FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY
flint he has just returned from the North with
a Fine Stock of
NEW SPRING GOOD
CALICOS AS LOW A8 12.J CENTS.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
SHOES, HATS, kb., &c, kc
A.S USUAL
Jfc has on Hand a Complete Supply of
FRESH AND
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
Embracing Every Article Desirable to House
keepers in th'iH Line.
Just Received a full supply of EXTRA FAMILY
FLOCK, and CORN, in quantities to purohasere.
Pay a visit to
McNAMARA'S.
, fcb2:) ly
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1 Ciution
Onuigcjmrg District. J
Ry P. A. MoMICHAEL, Esq., Ordinary.
WHEREAS, L. H. Zimmerman hath mndo suii
fo me to grant him Letters of Administration of th^
Estate and Effects of William Zimmerman, def
censed. ?*' i J 3 1
These aro therefore to cite nnd admonish all and
singular the Kindred und <>e?}itors of tho said
William Zimmerman, dee'd, they be nnd appear
before me in tho Court qf Ordinary, to be held
at Orangeburg C. H. on 'the* 2d day of Angus!
next, aller publication hereof, at H o'clock in the
forenoon, to shew cause if any Ihey have, why thj;
said Administration should not bo granted*.i'l
GWCn uvlcr my hand this 18th dnv f>f tluly Ann|>
iMwnini. Lfl&i_p a jfaUflgAalL_
-1
6*|{ oifw rt>vitiJw oi h'dim ^?jcbt ?i?o* I?
JUwr OT9dj La* ,?ta_f?o:aadl. v.> > * icia* frm/ad
ruIT .(jmir> woo arfi (jlujift iadl m
Trcincnilous I)oclJli?
aanl otfT .topfr ibrfi fmcdeoi iliro
ruh Iiua ,jtx'.^ n'>oH ^pta't^f Itaa-s-j? *d%p<wi
Ia ? brw d^aol'i ?Jjipi btt?Mtrutil <aw woo
b '''" W\ ' 1 ; - I T JHi tJ?SiT
^fli?: ?/J Tr*-**,j: -'fStep oftrVt* "SinHiiCTftW
?Jtoat ?i? ow cnut'.w err On* yd? ,0" *'t ?row 00^
^iK?vJ'^i.ira ?p?T .aiow 3*ecn unr ew
-<r/5i? um;t on i j ' tr>rjrt9fi>> \As btw. .i*>iDrJ<] *i
Mloif ai (Ib&? <PAT*^i 1 ^wlj .moo uJ ]k?J
no tiifi H? faiNTY GOODS,?* *??M
U'.TOf'l
.'}1k{I KoHoftfrl 'Jf Jdnob 1 .is.. tyQU ?r{rfl J
- d bifKn.ii si 7->ilci *nyn?/iny<j "(u* tffctu^iiA o'?
WoIwould ?rflSpfip^falV/ .ijijurfl* qurinumqfsa?,
friends and customers, that Wo have determined
-*i {_: Old : .;i-<. I t?8 C2S i /'????* -V?
lulj M? VIlR ^Irt .04! {l#d ,!???."? 'M':* ' fcx/V; tlf'iJ
<iAt' prices to suit the times. ? ': < ?
:-) #-v '?ltl .?.?nt.r--.4ii YttftW nl .J>,: ?s Vi*Jis'
" :Wo'' feuaraht?? to' give tue"Hk?tiE^F
-.. ?, : I .??'',<?:'? ?. . ? . .'?
PIlICl^S for all Junds of-DOJIESTIC PRO?
r)UOE. und to SELL OUR GOO?S as'cneap
or cheaper than any pno in Orangcburg.-T y: \t
ntvx ?;?.-?* n'j ir.>? ui>r?a u -^i ?/d ih**?'' ox
EZEKIEL & KOHE
feb2a r. x> , ..n- -
"~~ ~~~ - .:. 'I.. :. . ?: V..;.!, j.u
The Southern Drugstore
e9 ? ? -fui-//
* tft&i
DR B. M. SHULER.
k eil (Hmi t'jj.-dia;>t srxfV ?r.:iti>t;if{'> ruli pa /.
drugs; drugs,
Medicines, ^3 Medicines.
PATENT MEDICINES OF ALL KINDS,
.diu S od: mj .Mjvit
Taints, Oila and Bruahcs,
Dye Stuffs,' . . ? -
L\'C and Potash, ? !
Mahcna and Corn' Starch, |
Cooking and Washing Sodn.
COMPOSITION, LOBELIA, NfiRVE rOWDBR;
&c.,.Prepared by Ephraim Larrabce,
B1TTEBS of all Kinds,
TRUSSES; Single and double, Large and Small,
Fine Snr.oking and Chewing TOBACCO^,
Fine BRANDIES and VflNES for MedipaV pnrposcs,
PERFUMES and TQIIt^T SOAPS,
The Best of [Ponders.
Call and ask fonwb.ityou want in the Drug Line,
feb 23 " 0 ly
ROBINSON &? CO.,
RUSSELL STREET.
Hi M . t.,r- TV- w-ff
... it ? v " ft Woo1* ??? ;'t I tgiflrft
ALWAYS HAVE ON HAND A WELL A8S0RT
cd Stcdk of Choice
GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
TIN AND GLASSWARE,
SHOES, DRY ' GOODS, &c;,
AL80 A .LOT OF '
CHOICE CIGARS.
FOR SALE CHEAP*
One STEAM ENGINE and SAW MILL
One HORSE POWER, (for ono or twelve horses) ,
One CORN and COB MILL, Page's Make
One Second Hand COTTON GIN, Ellison's Make
Ono BILLIARD TARLE in good order
Ono Set of TEN PINS and BALLS ?"
One SEWING MACHINE Wheeler ffWilaon'e
One SYRUP MILL with two 100 gallon POTS.
Ono Four Horse WAGON
Ono French Burr Stone WHEAT MILL
2 Sets of WAGON IRONS. , .
We arc also Agents for
CLEMENS, BROWN it COS COTTON-GIN,. .
Manufactured in Columbus, Ga. i
feb 28 ly
F. H. W, Briggmann & Co.,
WE BEG LEAVE TO INFORM FRIENDS
and customers, that wo have made arratigo
ment to supply them with FRESH BOLTED GRIST
and MEAL, at CHARLESTON. PRICE8, expenses
.only added.
A call will satisfy all. junc 8?ly -
Plantation for Sale.
T>Y AGREEMENT AMONG the heirs and devil
fj sees of the Estate of John HAwief; deceased,
Will ho aold On 1 imrsday, the 8?h day ef..Vtgu?t
next, at t)*e plantation itself, . I
All that Valuable Tract of Land, With Dwelling
and necessary Outbuildings thereon, AThich wps Chi
Residence of ?he lato Mrs. Mary Houscr, relict or
.lohn Housef, deceased,' In which she had'aHfe c's
tato under his will: this Plantation consist:> hl16M
acres, more or less, one-half cleared; and nndc^
fence, the balnnco Well-timbered, LUjiff. (It'iS bttttf
At ltd about 2 miles from the Sta'tolload; l|milci
from Hie- Road lending (rpm;:.prango|>urgj(o,San,,di
Run, and is on tKe headVatcfs or Caw Caw Hwawtk
and honnded by tho'nndWf ?.T6hft"8pigc??!4*/'Al dl
Gaskitl.1 Wesley Hbuspr, and.' \ttt*n, R/oke[ ( Th,ii
Plantation la very desirable Ao one. .wishing.
healthy homestead, in an intellirfciit'aiAfm*W>4f '4**
thm-ufi Ibit tDl^rtfit. TFtw frfrtBbr'. phrtMulaiC m\
i n.\aK%*..J,l*Jjt*U~4>A ,i\
Has resumed the PRACTICE OF LAW nt Ornng?
b?VgtfouM UonBc/nud m?y boVouncI a* M s Offi??*
mar 28 . Jr * t<Jwn&aT x*wi *ioto*l
irni i nur i m.i in uii ir T ln"r niwiirtipf fwi^'
residences, by being informgcVtlitbg^hilmyoJt^o^
or .?Ibermsorn ,!KEBTH-o^iflO*?Iq?<k&JAtiftR ,
PLATE; also the V ?LC'Aj? IT? Mj?Bfo i*m t? ^sV'
- " All \vofk^ono >ynVfnnvcd t^??Te?li?/nipi^?
Residence: nt Mr. JOSEPtfTORSirfiR?* &|*fagt?
burg District', 8. C. Maom d.9#9$9 wyjA
-m? S tili Lr.? MAGEtfTS FORCHE -.8 XI
TfllntiiirpW.Q^3 ,^<)N>FO^F?3?AM#,fc<x4 jrf
Dividend Declared Annually topr-Hoy lluldeh?
TcT) 33m fcfo ;.,\C> v\ >V;v.^i?ix^^ua?>i^tfx
lVi v IZL?lt ?jfc^ljrtBll'S
Will Practice ?t'Coutts. of tb'ev?tntt^ itnd -jiUOtof
ihc United St at es, ^specially, irr tliC-CourtS c? . ;>
JAMEST F.; OZLARA J;M8*UJWi. MWilfiS
fob 28 ? iT? iu^juA ,??/A?j?t>l.??foum&tC J.jt
A T T.!0 ?IL:ICaR;l^ A T L A fT '
WALTERBORO, S. C.
Will pketfco ln -tW Court's ?ff Oran^j?tof^2mdl
Collet ?rti'aha ?ae^T^ilBptTy^t? ?RftUdlnes* in
trusted to bia Care. * ?A<>t*V?
hmay llhar. ,(t,\X JA?zr***j>.? .vsJf
? E. C. RENAIJXy?
.7 ??. .-^ "tf E^
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(Opposite Comclson, -?Jra?er-? Q?f& f
?,v r.l.njmri {;?*?. fr-i.'c 4P ?aoabyf.' .frrbgrS' b?
BTJLL & SCOT?s
. ,?. ARE AQENTS JFQR JEHjfco? i5b** cf
Underwriters tire Insimm^tyt?rit?^
y; , OF NEW YORK? * n
Socurity Firc In^i"h^4<^k^^M
Tlie.se stand in the first ranks of ? arlt'gooJ irihurancff
-?...^?<?omp?i?sami. ?i'j?l ?y ..":??.???? ''?>**?*??? a?'-Wg
^$$?? $ tt rft urixa n i:..
. Orangeburg^ DinigHStoTer3^
Dr.'E'lf :r?ifterb3;^^SS?MuKi?l*?)ng.
ProprlctOT.7 d) i JBfe^K^ .0*dT 1K
I^IPORTElC At^D^-OT^liB^R^I^f erf?
DRUGS, MoJIciiics, Po r finn cries. Toi kt Artioleff,
Vcaetin? Rc^.Ycllovr.Ophrc, Spnn^b^rcjrjajr
Indigo, Mnddc^r, Cbppcrtts, 'Logwood,' Sph-Ud TW
pchtino, Kerosine Oil, Onstor.Oilj I.lns.ccd^)ll^UliY?
Oil, Spjke Oil, British Oil, Varhisbes/Gl^c, Alum,
Wbitlng, ffriljirKfuS,' Cooking1 'Soda; Cfebnk T?ri?#t
MrsJi Allen's Restorer, and J^yiolrtb^ijmi/iFe^iMf
Bottlis, ? Trusses,^, FrcncU R??ir P"y,?,c,vJCsfi?n
Brushes; Ektra Slaving Bnishes;}^n.ftlible'lW?Bll
valvc Hpccuhiifts^TBrtnBt^Putepw.iimolUliS: ?Ufe
Bitters of all kinds, Collier? Rorsc.RemedyvTurf
Oil, Foutio Itersc, Cattle 1nha'S'wlrie'rowdeVi; Stfil
every other kind of ni?di?inc that isj JVWllyift?W|^
in",a firstj.elas.8 Drug Store. rrj.f.: fcv. *l|i
" The Proprietor being n prndutite of fhctUslne &nd
? Druggist bf long experience, nr.sures the .ptiblie
that nIL,iiy;dic}ne3 b,?Jirhig tjhcsmbclrof .KvjLflRW
ro^, M. D-. aro'.manufactured by himself'ana ire
?wurr?hled pnfenrfdVclmbBUd^jv$> tv/oJofl ladt
Von wil! ?ml ij, ^your^n^er^^ g{dj?^A?
Orangeburg Drug Store by . ?
0 -.b nr. V ? Kfj/OLiVElttfe, af,vlVl<f*
ra?r:2--,tyj d.'.idw I^uggiS? ?^^?SRSni
?l TTj'THiTTi^Ti.'ifir
D;
KEEP'CONSTANTtY OJ< IIAl^D. A{;Vii?LL8|E
lccled Stock of _
.1 >i'$ tint* intreal
Head^ Hade ClolHn^
vtitnbw?. oi nc< *;ui i ?d) ol KMifi^ot
Every D?sierintion^
ci' {i?? ^tsdil A V ?oo<#7oq Yt?nil
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CHEAP CASH BB?SOJErSs
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