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ICH LTUSAL, &c.
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I havo said that with a yiow to complete suc
ia grape culture, it was necessary to mnin
iasu iuo health and vigor of the foliage for tho
rongest possiblo period.' This result, as every
prtuitieai oultivator of the soil is fully aware^
can'^??ly bo' secured by thorough tillage; by
frc^%ptly stirring the surfuoo of tho soil and
keeping'tho ground entirely free from weeds
The fojjago of tho Tine* under these, circum
stances, will be most likely to continue healthy
f?n4 vigorous, and will bo seen to be several
shades darker than when the surfaco of the
soil is allowed to bocv.mo h^rd and the weeds
ancV grass permitted to grow, and rob the roots1
of the Vines of the moisture and food, on which
they continually depend, and for lack of which
they must, of course, dwindle and decline.
Wheu, therefore, if. is considered that almost,
tho entire substance of tho fruit is taken up and
secreted, through the immediate agency of the
foliago, that through it is elaborated every par
ticlo of saccharine matter, that enters into the
cornpesitioa of the grapo; it will be seen that
if thoso leaves are partially destroyed or their
eapa'oity weakened before the fruit is fully,
ripened and perfected, its richness and swoot
ness will be proportionably lessened and its
value greatly diminished.
' Sour grapes" without the aid of bountiful
ly supply of healthy foliage, must forever re
main sour, and green, and immature fruit re
main unripe and worthless.
(There are many other reasons why thorough
tillage, constant and continued cultivation is
indispensable to growing repeated crops of good
grapes not tho least of which is tho foot that
short of such treatment the vine will not only
not perfect its fruit, but will also fail to pro
duce.and mature wood and fruit buds for tho
auccccding crop:
But I must not pursue this subject further,
and will thoreforo close, but not without re
minding those who intend to plant vineyards,
that unless they are preparod and- fully de
termined to give them the needed attention
arid culture, they will but damage an enter
prise'-which, but for such neglect andbad
treatment, will {certainly prove eminently re
munerative and in every way successful.
'. j . [Erie Gazette.
ifcria IBS wmw
Care of Stock.
Ml-". I . _
? vW6?k HoB8E8.?Work horses and mules,
if they have work to do now, need more than
uamtl care. Let them have ample stable room
and bedding. Let them never bo put up with
out boing rubbed dry, and thoir feet and legs
C?ws.?Such as are to furnish milk through
the winter should bo as well tended as a riding
or dnvbjg horse, with warm shelter, good bed,
perfect "cleanliness, with bran and corn meal,
and sugar beet or ruta baga. A good cow pays
well for the best attention. Cows in calf
should be comfortable and very quiet. Do not
make them very fat, but keep them in strong
condition.
Hoas.?-Continue the feeding of hogs for
slaughter, as heretofore directed, until you get
rid of thorn. Give them a little salt occasion
ally, or corn soaked in salt water, and oharooal
or rotted wood, and let them be very quiet.
In slaughtering do not indulge servants in tho
brutal practice of bleeding them to death, with
out first striking on the head; nor do not allow
them to be raced around in catching them for
slaughter. Such practice is injurious to the
quality of tho meat. Store hogs should be
kept'in thrifty condition, and not allowed to
sleep about manure heaps, or other filthy
places.?American Farmer
How to Make Good Coffee
A correspondent of the Southern Cultivator
giyjpB ^the. following reeijpe for making good
coffee:
1. Procure a good article, whether Mocha,
Java or Kio?the first being best of all, but
high priced?boing careful that it is in a per
fect and undamaged state.
2. Roast?not parch, bake or burn?with a
'irony heat, and in a tightly covered vessel, if |
practicable, keeping it continually moving, and
and make the operation as brief as possible. It
is sufficiently cooked when the oil exudes and
gives it a glossy oppearanco, and not before y
and uncooked coffee is a norve disturbing
drug. Carefully avoid burning, as a single
charcoal grain will spoil tho whole.
*f-'2J Grind fine, and just before using.
4, Pour boiling water on the coffee, and
allow it to stand a short time to stoop; or, if
you boil it at all, let it bo but a minuto or two.
Boiling gives moro strength from the same
amount) of coffee, but not so fino a flavor.
5. Mako it very strong, but delude with
boiled milk, adding cream if you have it, and
sweeten to your taste. We use at least two
parts of rich milk to our coffee?making the
latter, however, very strong. Coffee thus made,
is drink fit any one
Curing Hams.?Among the suggestions
proper to the season, wo should not omit tho
curing prop?rly theHtraeon wo ha/o fattened
with so much cost. The following recipe will
tnake as good bacon as any one may wish to
eat:
; For ono hundred pounds of meat, take six
gallons of water, nine 'pounds of salt, half fino
and half coarse, three pounds of brown sugar,
one quart of molasses, three ounces of saltpetro,
and ono ounco of potash. Boil and skim it
well, and let it stand unontirely cold; then, hav
ing rubbed your meat with fine salt, pour this
brine over it; lot it remain six weeks, and then
hang up and smoke.?American Farmer.
IMmmox ca$p&
I .TEMPLEp^saioN,
Jo. h. Johnson,
Importer and Dealer In
HATS, CAPS, FURS and UMBRELLAS,
200 King-Street, CHARLESTON, S. C.
J r?pt 28 "\ 8C r ? j- 8|S
? i
All Kinds of Leaf Tobacco, and Manufacturer
of Fine Havana and DomcB?o ?egars,
No. 50 Society Stre$, \ Oiie Dort I^qrn King,
CH A II LEST 0 N, S.
^ Sanjtololj.Sent 1>Y Express.
I Zimmerman Davis,
COTTON FACTOR AND
gJeneral commission merchant,
f Adgert Norttf JJ^aJf, |;( ?J
Consignments Respectfully BoUoltoA.
sept 21 m 8
WM. W^TON SMITBlT"
cotton factor
?and?
COMMISSION MERCHAN.T.t rfl
Boyce& Co.'s Wliurf. j | H
CHARLEST?N, S.'D.
: Prompt and.personal aiUnUon given to the
sale of Cotton;'; / ? ? ?
oug24 , J : mos 0
G. H. WALTER & CO.,
factors
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Adger's NortJi Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C .
-6
Liberal Advances made on all Produce Con
signed to their Care. ?
OEO. H. WALTER, WM. J. M'cORMACK,
E. R. WALTER.
sopl 21_ m_?_3_
OSWELL REEDEll,
COTTON FACTOR
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
. ADGER'S NORTH WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S . C .
-0
Consignments Respectfully Solicited.
I sept 21 m 8
_ , i
i C. Clacios. .-r ?- A. Witte.
clac1us & WITTE,
. NO. 80 FAST BAY;
CHARLESTON; S. C,
Commission Merchants,
AND
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Groceries, J*rovisions, Bagging, Hope and
Liquors'.
Sept 14 * Cm
"Bmiiham's Drug Store."
I WOULD RE8PECTFULLY CALL THE
^attention of my friends and thoso of my
father to the large stock of Drugs, Perfum
ery, Dye Stuffs and Patent Medicines,
which will be sold low for ensb, such ns
Quinine, Opium, Lobelia, Burnhams Godfreys Cor
dial and Balsam Turlington, &c, &c, either whole
sale or retail.
Call and examine my Stock, as it is no trouble to
show my Goods.
Country orders filled with the same dispatch as
before the war. E. S! BURNHAM,
No. 421 King Street, near Cnlhoun-Rt.,
Sign Red Mortar,
sept 21?8m Charleston, 8. C.
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
amd
SHIPPING AGENTS.
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE,
Hale and shipment to Foreign and Do
mestic Ports, of Cotton, Rice, Lumber and Nav
al Stores.
ATLANTIC WHARF,
charleston, s. c.
E. WILLIS. ALEX. R. CHISOLM.
feb23 1 y
CHARLESTON HOUSE.
STOIX, WEBB & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS.
AU Goods are sol*oled specially for cur
SOUTHERN TRADE.
AT THE OLD STAND, NO. 287 KING STREET,
Thrco door.? bolow Wontwprth,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Torms Cash, or City Acceptance.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
H. C. Stoll. Ciiaules Webb. H. C. Walker.
feb 28 o tf
H. L. Jeffers & Co.,
e\a ctor8
AND
Commission Merchants,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
QPEGIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE SALE
? of Cotton and other Produoo. Orders for sup
plies carefully attended to.
Refer to Captain John A. Ham/don, R. G. Stono,
Esq.,.Orahgebnrg, Dr. Wm. C. Whctstono, St. Mat
thews.
npl ft
COMMISSION MERCHANT, H
BOYCE & CO.'B WHARF,. CHARLESTON, 8. C.
REFERENCES:
Hon. GEO. A. THEN HOLM; ANDREW 81
MOND3. Proaident I?t National Bank, Charleston,
F. 8, HOLMES, President 8. C. Mining and Manu
facturing Company. i<J?* <K
f . -'- ~>s A - .a. g ?
ii
?r %
^80 ^ABT ?A|i
CHAR LJl SiT?> 4, S. C.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
AND f*J ,
Gomaission Merchant,
DEALER INJ.
Sogar, Teas. Bacon, Lard, Fish and Salt, etc.
&?? ' - ? ?
n. BisoHorr.
C. WULBERN.
Henry Bischoff & Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND DEALERS IN
WINES, LI^QRS, SEOARS, Ac,
No. 197 East Bay,
OH AB LE0T ON, 8. C.
sept 14 f \ m ? <
SAM'L R. MARSHALL,
IMTORTER AND DEALER IN
English and American
V>H ABDWARE,
' CUTLERY,
GUNS,
AND >
Agricultural Implements,
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN GUN,
310 King Street, 3d Door Below Society,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
sept 14 * 3m
Wagener, Heath & Monsees,
PLANTATION AND FAMILY
GROCERS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Hani, Bacon, Shoulders, Pork, Beof, Flour,
Sug?r, Coffco, Tea, etc., etc.,
WINES, LIQUORS, SEG ARS AI
TOBACCO,,
ATos. 163 and 165 East Bay, ror. Quecn-\rert.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
U?T AH Orders Promptly Attended to*
sept 14 m
8, Thomas, Jb.,
Wm. S. LasnHaii.,
William G. Whilden & Co.
FORMERLY OF
HAYDEN & WHILDEN,
DEALKHS IN
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER WABE, CROCK
ERY, CHINA, GLASS WARE, AND
HOUSE FURNISHING
ARTICLES.
Old Gold and Stiver purchased. Watches and ]
Jewelry Repaired.
225 King-St, Corner of Boaufain,
AT WHOLESALE\\ HA YNE STREET
CHARLESTON, S. C.
feb 28 c lj
Fall and Winter Clothing,
81f> KINO STREET,
West Sido, Ouo Door South of Market Street,
CHARLESTON S. C.
Now opened, an Elegant Supply of FALL and
WINTER CLOTHING, all qualities. Fino medium
and low priced for Dress and Business purposes.
Also Hoy Clothing to suit all ages.
TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Supplied with a fine assortment of Cloths, Cassi
mcro and VeBlings made to order in host style.
Goodd also sold by the yard.
We invite purchasers to call and look through
the 8upply, which is offered at LOW PRICES.
WM. MATTHIESSEN, Agent.
B. W. McTunEous, Superintendent,
oct 10 m 2
HILDERS HOUSE,
(koumkiu.y mrs. ninnLK's,)
284 KING STREET,
Between Wcnticorth and Hazel Streets, and
u-it hi n three minutes' walk of all the
]*rincipal Wholesale and Retail
Houses of Meeting, King and JIayne Streets,
and the Post Office, Charleston, S. C.
The City Bnilwny, whioh runs to caoh extremity
of tho City, is within fifty yards of tho houso.
TERMS OF BOARD:
Board by tho day.||2 60
M " ? Week.$12 00 to $10 00
Hr.snv Bparnick, Mus. B. Hiluer*.
ort If - If
Selling Off! Selling Off!
?CLOSING OUT?
- " W'.i ._.J .. Ii
IN VIEW OF AN ENTIRE
CHANGE OF BUSINESS,
CONSEQUENTLY
OFFER FOB CASH,
Our now COMPLETE STOCK in every Line
at Rates much below
FORMER PEIOE8.
..... M. . . . . . ,
BARGAINS CAN BE HAD 1
Greet Inducements Offered from now until
JANUARY 1, 1808.
If you want CHEAP GOODS for the Next
Sixty Days,
CALL AT
BULL & scornis
\ \Sjr\^ KT) To FiU 8Pccial Orders
1000 BUSHELS HOUGH KICK.
500 BUSHELS PEA8.
200 BUSHELS FINDERS.
For which we will pay the
HIGHEST MARKET FIGURES
IN CASH.
TI^*5 ARE STILL IN THE
COTTON MARKET,
Prepared to BUY such Lots as may ofTur or
receive on
Consignment,
All of which shall receive the prompt atten
tion of
Bull & Scovill.
fob 23 y lo
CHEAP GOODS!
JUST RECEIVED AT
KEITT BROTHERS.
WE WOULD AGAIN INFORM our FRIENDS
Hint we aro now receiving our
FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF
Dry Goods and Groceries,
Which we offer on reasonable tcrnm. If our frionds
will giTC us a call, ve have no doubt we can inako it
profitable to both parties.
We ore also prepared to continue the shipping of |
COTTON, RICE, &C,
to the well known house of
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
Charleston, whero prompt attention will be given to
the sole of the name at the HIGHEST MARKET
PRICES, and the money can be received at our
Office here, without ono cent cost to the owner.
T^TOTICE,?OUR DEBTORS WILL PLEASE
J_^| Remember us when (heir Cotton and other
Produco is sold, and settle up their old accounts.
KEITT BROTHERS,
oot 19 c ly
Just Received
NEW HULLED BUCKWHEAT.
SUGAR HOUSE SYRUP.
SUPERIOR MOYUNE HYSON AND
NEW SKA SON OOLONG TEAS.
NORTHERN PICKLED BEEF, very Choice.
No. 1 MACKEREL and Sealed HERRINGS,
and a full supply of GROCERIES.
Al.RO
SHOES, HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, &c.
A few pretty HATS for Lndics.
Rongh Rice
Bought at highest market rate?, also
PEAS, HIDES AND PRODUCE,
generally.
COTTON
Shipped to Messrs. lt. L. JEFFERS & &0., free of
charge. JOHN A. HAMILTON,
Court House Store,
oct 10?ly Market Street.
NEW STORE.
rpHE SUBSCRIBERS TAKE PLEASURE IN IN.
I forming their Friends nod the Public Gene
rally, that they have opened their
NEW STORE,
and aro now prepared to wait upon them with a nioe
Stock of
FAMILY GROCERIES,
DRY GOODS, HATS,
BOOTS and SHOES, &C,
Generally found in a COUNTRY STORE. Come
and examine. M?LLER & DAVIS.
uov 9 c ly
The Southern Drug Store
rases
DR. -B. M. SBTLER
?
,..' t ?
, .'?
'V
HAVING REMOVED HIS DRUG STORE fron?
Iii? well known Stand, Lcguleavo respectfully
to invito his friends throughout the District, to
visit him at his Hew, Large and well Furnished
ESTABLISHMENT
on RUSSELL-STREET, opposite Messrs BULL &
SCOVILL'S, where they will be sure to be supplied
with tho Tory best
Drugs and Medicines
the Market affords, and at the lowest market prices.
He has on hand now a full assortment of
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
PATENT MEDICINES OF ALL KINDS,
Paints, Oils and Brushes,
Dye 8tuffs,
Lye and Potash,
Maizena and Cora Staroh,
Cooking and Washing Soda,
Blaok Pepper, Spices of all kinds,
COMPOSITION, LOBELIA, NERVE POWDER,
&c, Prepared by Ephraim Larrabee,
BITTERS of all Kinds,
TRUSSES, Singlo and double, Large and Small,
Fine Smoking and Chewing TOBACCO,
Fine BBANDIES and WINES for Medical purposes,
TEBFUME8 and TOILET SOAPS.
Call and satisfy yourselves?you can get just what
you want.
Just received a lot of that fine
"DURHAM SMOKING TOBACCO."
gray Will open on 8undays from 7 to 10. A. M.
nnd from 4 j to 7 P. M;
feb 28 c ly
THE CANNON HOUSE!
(OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.)
THE SUBSCBIBER WOULD Rc
Ispcctfully inform the Traveling Pub
SSSg"? ?ts-t bis HOUSE is opened for
THH* their aceoraodation.
BATES OF BOABD.
Board per Day.$ 1 7?
" " Weck. 7 00
*? " Month. 20 00
ALSO A BAR-ROOM
In the Basement, winch in supplied with the best of]
Liquors.
j^vs. c^LisrisroiSF,
l\apriclor.
nng 8 c
Frederick Fersner,
M E C If A XI C A L D E X T I S T.
Will attend to those who wish his service" at their
residences, hy being informed through the Postoffico
or otherwise. TEETH on GOLD nnd 8 IL VFB
PLATE; also the VULCAN ITH WOBK.
All work done Warranted to give satisfaction.
Bcsidcnco: at Mr JOSEPH FERSXER'8, Orajigc
burg District, S. C.
mar 80 tf
Wofford College,
SPABTANB?RG C. II., SOUTH CAROLINA.
The First Session of the Fourteenth Collegiate
Year begins on the 1st October, 1807. The course
of study remains unchanged, but the Faculty now
admit irregular students or such as wish to pursue
particular studies only.
Tho Preparatory School, under tho immediate
supervision of the Faculty, opens at the snme time.
Tuition per Year including contingent foe ? $54 00
Board per month about - - 12 00
Bills payable in advance in specie or its equiva
lent in currency.
The Divinity School also opens at the sanu time
under the supervision of Bcv. A. M. Shipp, D. i).,
ilnv. Whitcfoord Smith, D. D., and Bcv. A. H. Les
ter, A. M. For further particulars address
A. M. 811IPP, President,
aug 24 { tf
THE SOUTHERN FAVORITE!
Burke's Weekly
FOR BOYS AND GIRL.
-:o:
Brilliantly Blast ratal and ELtjantly Printed-,
-:o:
NOW PUBLISHING
MAROONER'S ISLAND, or Dr. Gordon in Search
of his Children ; a sequel to tho "Young Maroon
ors," l>y Bov. F. B. Goulding,
JACK BOBELL, or, a Boy's Adventures in Texas.
A story of the Texan War of Independence, by one
of Fanniu's men. Pronounced hy tho Southern
Press "equal to tho beat of Mayne Beid's Stories."
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
$2.00 per year in advance; threo copies $5.00;
tlvo copies $8.00; ten copies $15.00 and twenty-ono
copies $80.00.
Sample copies sent on application. ?
Clergymen nnd Teachers furnished at $1.50 per
annum.
sept 28 $ tf
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No person of refinement, economical housewife,
or lady of taste, can afford to do without the Mod
ern monthly. Singlo copies 80 cents; back num
bers, us specimens, 10 cents; either mailed free.
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No. 478, Br'fftdway Now York.
Demurest'h Monthly and Young America, together,
si. with the premiums for each.
oct 12 d ? If
1? iiuMi . lg
ORan G e BURG' DISTRICT.
"ait (tfiO ?
I i The State ex relatione
Solicitor Southern Circuit, ,
' In Be Lost Documents, in the
[matter of the lost Will of
Jacob Wolfe, deceased.
Testimony.
lAIlfAVKI T?VM
. Application having been made, DT William IS.
Wolfe to prove the existence, loss and contents of
the; last Will and Testament of Jacob WoU^'j float*
ceased., On motion or Messrs. Islar A Dibbl*,JfcK_
licitors, it \i ordered that aU persons who deebWftt0*
to do. may appear and cross examine the evident*
produced, and Introduce evidence in reply berero*
mc on the 29th day of February, 1868.. i\ <.A
Commissioner's Office, ) . V.JV.V. JAMISON, M,
0?ot?,Sm j
nov 80 m ' 1 .\i?f-o Wjv
In Equity. ~~
ORANGEBURG' DISTRICT?
j I>. W. and A. H. Byrd, V ." f-~ ^
James Palterion, Aami el aL \|? J'\ yJ\J? l i,
By order of Chancellor Johnson apderlftk IfeT?
1867, the Creditors of Nathaniel A. B/rdi wittpVwrfc" '
their demands before me Trlthin two (1) MfflMfca __.
from the date of said order..
V. D. V. JAMISON.
Commissioner,
nov 28 . !:djaj|dr
?-1?1 ? h ^u.i
In Equity.
ORANGEBURG DISTRICT.
et.aL l
eU al. j .. . ..
????i. 1 i- 1 riolitfxu:
John T. Jennings, ct. aL *
vs..
Patrick Jennings ct.
???> ? fUWJxtT
By order of Chancellor Johnson made Nor. Ill,
1867; the creditors of John S. Jennings, deceased, i ?
will prove.their demands before nie within three (*)
months from the date of said order. *",*r* tun
V. D. V. JAMISON^
Commissioner,
nov 23 '.* ^heFko^
In Equity,
: OKANGEBUIta DISTRICT*,:... -. btii
im%$$@& T : -"an-1M
? : s *' I ? ??: MitiiAjrr&a
A. D. Frederick, ct. al..
By order made in this case (lie creditors ot L. K.
Cooncr, deceased, will prove their demands bsfor**...,
me at Orangeburg by the firat day of February'
next. .' hi tar. iuiST
Commissioner's Office, ^ V. D. V. JAMISON,
OrangcburgC. il. \ Commissioner: !?r\
^-^7,18UT. J ,, , ,! i-^Jb
-?-r--TT?-\.
In Equity,
ORANGEBURG DISTRICT.
ti --{n 'frdt
oct 26
Heavy Livingston, Executor >
? Barnett Livingston,
vs.
B: Williamson ct. aL i
Devisees and Legatees.
By order of Chancellor Ju!.i:?oh, in this *a?*,\V '
nm authorized tr. settle all the debts duo; te mJ? aexri
Kxccutor of B. Livii?gt4eer en the a nm d of UireV .
disinterested persons, taken' before the' Cam's* la-*1*
akacr. Debtors disposed to avail the|n*elvr* wf thim?
order, will apply to Messrs, .Wutsbiift" ?-L*e;ir?.;
Ornngcburg. I am nl3b' authorized to treat fnr ?ri- [
vatc sale of the.instate lands. Persons wishing to*
buy will apidv as above
" HENRY LIVINGSTON, EXMotar.
. lam . .?m .1
_? _ ; I . i in* *^
In Equity, H,a
ouANGKHum: district. ?;
V. D. V. Jamison, Coro'r in Eq'y '
vs. Credlter*?
Tho Creditors and Distributee* . JHlLt.i .- :
of Wm. M. Iriok. j , .
.H4J . ' .. Alt
By order of Chancellor Johnson, the er?4it*to?#
William 31. Irick will present' and prove - taeir.liev^
mands before the Special Commissioner appoints !?
this case, (at office of Hidsons A LegSTe.} wlihiea
three months from the date-hereof. - ?.
Oct. 22d, 1867. C. B. GLOVER.
Spoeial CommisaieaAr.. k
oct 26 Inm
IN EQUITY,
ORANGEBURG DISTRICT* v/
Howard A. Foglc and Rebecca F. Fogle.) . . ?,
vs. 1 'V * . : ? '^at
David J. Clayton and others. , ) . ...,{ ^.^jv
Pursuant to an order in this case, all persans keY*
ing claims against the Estate of William Fagleettd/
Susan Fogle, dec, will present and prove tJiess befero
me and all persons indebted, to the same ~mfll Willi
payment within three mouths from this -data.".rSi ar*
Commissioner's Office, V V. D. J AMIPOBf,
Orangeburg, C H, \ C?n??iBaioBBjo. ;
Sept. 80, 1867. J oe? 6?4w . -,.,3^i<
IS EftUECY,. ^
ORANGEBURG DISTRICT.
M. A. Dnv^ Adm'r of G. S. Binnaker, ) {1
Sarah Binnaker, ct. al. Dis. nnd Cred. j
It appearing to my satisfaction that John end]
James Binnaker, ltichnrd and Louisa Hare, sad
Elizabeth Bolton, defendants in the above stated
cose arc absent from nnd reside beyond the limiti
of this State, on motion of Messrs Hutaons k Lo
garo, Complainants Solicitors, it is ordered; thai
the said Defendants do appear and plead, answer er
demur to tho Complainants bill within 40 days from
this dote, or the same wili'be taken as against then*
pro confesso.
Commissioner's Office, 1 V. D. V. JAMISON,,
Orangeburg C. H., V ComroiSsiene%,
Do.o 2, 1867. ) dec 7 40d
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Tho State of South Carolina.
ORANGEBUDISTRICT.'?
In the Ccurt of Common Pleas.
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II. II- Jennings, Jno. T. Jennings, vs F. A. tmt<
son, A. K. Talmadge.
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attachment.
\\T II LUKAS the PlniutifTs did on the 20th day
Yy of May tile their dcol&ration against the De
fendants, who ( >s it is said) are'absent from and
without the limits of this State, an.1 have neither
wives nor attorneys known Within, tho same, upon
whom a copy of said declaration may be served:
On motion oflluisons & Legare, Plaint ids Attorney*
it is ordered, that tho said Defendants do appear,
and plead to the said declaration on or before the
22nd day of May, which will bo in the year of ?nV
Lord, One -Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty
eight, otherwiso final and absolute judgment will
then be given and awarded against them.
J. FiBOBINSON,.
May 20, 1867. XX jun 1 e8m4 C. f *
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A ir.Ai>Y is i>i^inous of oss.
A TA1NING a Situation as TEACH Kit, cither
in a Family, or in n School. She is competent to
Teach the EnpBsli Branches,nnd Music, bnth.^n the
Piano and .Guitar. Tho best of rcferenocs ean b#
given, if required. Address E. H..
Care Holmes'Book.House.
oot lO?tf OharlcMon, S. C

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