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CHRISTMAS HALF SHEET
ySAI^l^pAY, I)EOEMBEtt 28^180^
Christmas.
^IVespUo tlio hard times and tho gloomy fiqan
?u? jiroSjifectB whieh from tho future grimly
nautilusdcspito tho darkness oast over bpr
lajidtby the overshadowing wing of n Military;
DespopjBfjt j despite tho. political nutagopisui of |
.tile'negroes and tho probability Of their hold
ing fora thrio the reins 6f the Stato; despite
everythiu'g unfavorable to. us and our prosperi
ty aud happiness;?our good people on , Wed
nesday, cclobrntod, in n manner not Unworthy
?of better days, tho natal..day of the Prince of
Peace, VFio world's Rcdeomor.
^Eyf?y one whom wo<eaW seemed -liappy.?
? CWdccn gratified with Sarita CI??s.' cenorosi
1y,. wore facca wreathed with emilea ; parents .
?ceuutonancea reflected the brightness of those
' -of tucYr .V'ppy .chjldjrou. Tfce e|d and the.
jybungy alfcgave themselves up tb tlie inspira
tion 6t* the occasion and those who could sing
?seemed ready to thrill forth joyful "To Deums"
F?u)'4pg and diM>cing nnjj general festivity were
'everywhere the order ot tho day.
congratulate our readers on their happi
in jss^antf/bbpfo that ,a kind Providence will
?^??y.o'ff the ills that threaten and grant thciu
?another- .Verry Christina*. a
Appointments for Charleston District,
1st Quarter.
Orangeb?rg, December 28 and 29.
TrjnUyJ'Juttuary 5. ^
Bothel, .January 12.
\ SinShi?rVillQ, January 18 and 19.
CypVess, January 25 and 20.
Sf.,<?bo,r^cs, February 1 and 2.
Braiichvillc, Bethlehem, February 8 and 9.
EastcYh Orange, White Houso, Feb. 15 und 1G.
?ppoVSt. Matthews, Asbury, Feb. 22 and 23.
St. Matthews, Shady Grove, March 1 and 2.
Cooper River, March 7 and 8.
Providence, Gcrizim. March 14 and 15.
Lexington, Shady Grove, March 21 and 22.
:a. m. ciirietzburg,
Presiding Elder.
Now Advcrtisoments.
; ? ' *-:o:?
Tonsorial?-J. W.. Larcy.
Auction Sale?Murray Robinson.
Cash Store?Chas: Bull & Co.
. Notice- in E([uity?-V. D. V. Jamison.
Ifo/Sale?J. W. II. Dukes.
%ux'Notibe?P. W. Fairy.
.. '^eh?ol Notico?Miss R. S. Albcrgotti. .
Pavilion Ilutol?Mrs. II. L. ButUrrfiold.
OrncK or tub OhaT.uKUuitu Nkwh,
December 27, 1807.
COTTON.?Subs this week amount to about 250
bale*, at.the following quotations :
t thunary.?. 8j
Middling.......;. w^fjOJ
Strict Middling... 1U(jt tO]
Bnccu Bice?Is in good demand at $1.75 per
bushel.
: G?frX.'?:...*.82
aiLv::..,....22
0$ - ?;. !.kwibvim,i:, S. C. Dec. 2C.
C0TTON.t--400 bales shipped the last two weck.?.
C?BN ?ND PEAS.?124 sacks whipped during
the.same time..
?0?
Kenort of the Charleston Cotton Mar
ket for the Week Ending Bee. 26.
- Reported for the Orangeburg Ncia by
%[ WALTON SMITH, COTTON FACTOR.
On Friday tho 20th instant, there was a good de
mand, 'particularly for tho better grades, which
were source and held at ^|rm prices. On Saturday
thcrjp was a fair demand ot steady prices. On Mon
day^the.^demand was activo with a dccliuo of Je. on
the iowcr grades, While the hotter qualities remained
firm. The market oh Tuesday was quiet with a de
cline in Home, instances of jc. Wednesday being
Christmas nothing was done. On Thursday the
market was vary quiet, and the lower grades very
irregular. Tito sales for the week foot up some
8,700 bales. . Wo quote :
Middling.14J(7?11J
'. Strict Middling.14jj@16
BY MURRAY ROBINSON,
, AUCTIONEEE.
I 510 tho highest bidder, nt the Court Housa, cn the
I first Monday in January next, will be Bented
for ono .year, tho Lands of tho Estate of Sam'l
Smoke. Particulars on the day of lien ting, or on
application to JiUTSONS & LEGAHE.
defl 28-r-2t Attorneys for AdmiirlBtrator.
PAV1XION HOTEL,
r, charleston, s. c.
BOARD, PER BAY, <*3.00.
A. BUTTKRFIELD, MRS. II. L. BUTTERFIKLD,
Superintendent. Proprietress,
dec 28 tf
>rpONSORIAI,I?Shuvtag and Unlr
1, Dressing SALOON, Williiimson's Hotel, Bus
sell Street.' Tho Public uro respectfully invited to
call and see for themselves. Satisfaction guaran
teed. J. W. LA BEY, Proprietor.
P. 8.'?Otitsido orders promptly attended to.
dee 28?Im J. W. L.
C1CISOOI, .KOTIGE. ?BIISS R. S.
j> ALBEUGOTTl'S Select School for Young La
dierf innl Children will be reopened on Thursday,
tho 2d day of January next. Tuition at reasonable
rat es. t
gtoy A limited npmbor of Young Ladies can bo
necommodated with Board at Moderate Torms.
mH<B SESSION OJP THE
X , pBANGEBUBQ FEMALE SEMINARY will
be resumed on tho 8d of January, 1868.
Ao oe^t, W. G. CONNOB,
rpAX NOTICE.-I WHJ. BE AT
jl-~\Brnnohville on tho 2d, 3d and 4th and at
Orangchurg on the '8th, 7th. and 8th of January,
?ROfl; for tho purpose of collecting the 1th Quarter
ly Tax.'' " P- W: FAlKhY, X. C.
"* doc. 2b ? 1,1
CHAS. B?LL & CO;
CASH STORE.
. Will horonftcr sell altogether for CASH?
consequently can afford to offer our goods at
reduced prices.
FARMERS PBODUCE
Bought for Cash at Charleston Prices.
Call nud examine our cxtcuaivo aslortnicnt
of Hardware, Crockery, Hats, Clothing, Dry
Goods, Groceries, &c.', &c"., &., at No. 13 Rus
sollj-Strcot. *t ..'/(
CIIAS. BULL & CO.
In Equity,
ORANGEBURG x>I8TR10T.
Andrew F. Inabinet, Administrator.
Marcella Inabinet and others.
,i)y order of the Court of Equity in the above
stated case, tho creditors of fho late Levi L. Inabi
net are enjoined from prosecuting actions at hiw for
tiio| recovery of tlieir chums, nud are required to
prove the sumo before tho Commissioner within two
months from the publication hereof.
V. D. V. JAMISON, C. E. O. D.
deo 28 2tn
In Equity,
OR A NG EBUltG DISTRICT.
}
E. Johnson, Administratrix.
!.(?>* i ? VS. ' t.
Jas. D. Jones, Uuardian, ct. nl.
By order of Court, tho creditors of James B.
Johnson, deceased, are . required to prove their de
mands before me on or bpfore the 1st February next.
And Vmdvr the same order 1 will sell on the 1st'
Monday in February next, for cash, one share in tho
"Edisfo Lumber and Timber Fond Company."
January\'2l, 18U7. V. B. V. .JAMISON,
dec 28?td Commissioner.
In Equity,
ORANG EBU KG DISTRICT.
Livingston. 1
vs. I
Pou. J
By order of the Court, the creditors of Qcorgc II.
Livingston, deceased, arc required to prove their
demands before me, on or before the 21st day of)
January next.
December 21, 1807. V. B. V. JAMISON,
dec 28?td Commissioner.
FOR SALE.
ORANGEBURG DISTRICT?IN THE
COMMON PLEAS.
Daniel Smoke, "|
vs.
Oeo. II. Pooser.
Attachment.
By virtue of an order from his Honor Judge
Glover, in tins case, I will soil at Qrangcbiirg Court
House, one mule of Gen. H. Pooser. attached at the
suit of the Plaintiff, to (he highest bidder, on Mon
day, tho thirteenth day of January, 1808, during
the legal hours.
Decowbcr 27, 1807, J. w. h, dukes,
doo 28?at S. 0. B.
i v^in:-vy^.?
Tito Southern Drug Store
DR. B. If, SHULER
"|" A VINO BF.MOVHI) HIS DBUG ST?RE from
1 i| his well known Stand, begs leave respectfully
to invite his friends throughout the District, to
visit him nt his New, Large und well Furnished
E S T A B L I S II M E N T
on RUSSELL-STREET, opposite Messrs BULL ^
SCoYILL'S, where they will be sure to bo supplied
with the very 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 Stuffs,,
Lyo and Potash,
Maizena and Corn Staroh,
Cooking and Washing Soda,
Black Pepper, Spices of all kinds,
COMPOSITION, LOBELIA, NERVE POWBER,
&c, Prepared by Ephraim Larrabee,
BITTERS of all Kinds,
TRUSSES, Single and double, Largo and Small,
Fine Smoking and Chewing TOBACCO,
Fine BRANDIES nud WINES for Medical purposes,
PERFUMES and TOILET SOAPS.
Call and satisfy yourselves?you can get just what
you want.
Just received a lot of that fine
"DURHAM SMOKING TOBACCO."
BglJ" Will open on Sundays from 7 to 10. A. M.,
and from 4J to 7 P. M;
fob 28 c ly
Just Received
liTEW HULLED BUCKWHEAT.,
1^ SUGAR HOUSE SYRUP.
SUPERIOR MOYUNE HYSON AND
NEW SEASON OOLONG TEAS.
NORTHERN PICK LED REEF, very Choice.
No. ftlACKEREL.and Scaled HERRINGS,
and a full supply of GROCERIES.
ALSO
SHOES, HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, &c.
A few pretty HATS for Ladies.
Rough Rice
Bought at highest market rates, also
PEAS, HIDES AND PRODUCE,
generally.
COTTON
Shipped to Messrs. H. L. JEPFER8 & &0., free of I
charge. JOHN A. HAMILTON,
Court (House Store,
oot 10?ly Market Street.
A ?MINIST RA TOR'S NOTICE**
J\_ All persons indebted to the Estate of tho late
John A. Kcitt, doccascd, are requested to .come for
ward and senile, and all creditors will hand in their
dcnmnds duly attested to. P. .M. 11,0USER,
deo 21?:8t Administrator.
X BBI,N. WIIIsltEY of t^i? BEST
f) BRANDS JiiBt received at
nov If. T. D. WOLFE'S.
To Be Seen For Nothing!!!
BEAUTIFUL PANORAMA OF
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOobs, HARD
WARE, CUTLERY, CROCKERY,
TIN WARE.
GROCERIES of overy Grade nnd Variety, and
innumerable other articles of comfort and A'eoessi- ?
ty, to he soon overy day of the week at. the Store of
LATJEJE T. IZLAR,
BAMBERG, S. C.
Will, have on hand in a few days, a fuB asaort
niotit of
GOOD THINGS FOR CHRISTMAS.
All for Solo at tho LOWEST CA8II PRICES.
dec 14 1 m
i ._,_
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, \ nU
Orangcburg District. / ^"aU0,V
Ry ft A. MdMICHAEL, Esq., Ordinary, gi J
Whc'rcaH, L. 8. Hooker, hath made snittomoto
grant htfa Letters of Administration, de bonis non, j
of the Estate and effect s of' Sun ann a h R. Hooker,
deceased.' ' '
These are therefore to oltc and admonish all and
singular the kindred and Creditors of the said
Susannah R. Hooker, dco'd, that thoy be and appear
before me in the Court of Ordinary, to bo, held at .
Orangcburg C. II., on tho !ld day of January,
next, after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to shew cause if any they have, why tho
said Administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 17th day of,December
Anno Domini, 1807. P. A. MuMlCH?L,.
dec 21? 2t 0. O. D.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, V ~
Orangcburg District. f ^ua,lon
By Vi A. McMICHAEL, Esq., Ordinary.
Whereas, A. P. fay lor, hath made suit to me
to grant him Letters of Administration, of the Estate'
and Effects of .lames R. Taylor, dec'
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and
singular the Kindred nnd Creditors of the said |
.lames R. Taylor, deceased, that they bo and appear
before me in the Court of Ordinary, to be held
at Orangeburg C. II. on tho 3d day of January
next, after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to shew cause if any they have, why the
said Administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand this luth day of Dec. Anno
Domini. 1807. P. A. McMICHAEL,
dec 21?2t * O. O. D.
Orangeburg Drug Store.
by
I>R. E. J. OLIYEROS.
JUST received', THE LARG
cst assort riVcnt of Perfumeries and
Toilet Articles ever offered in
Orangcburg; consisting in part as
follows:
Lubius Perfumeries, Rose, Yio
f let. Musk, Res. Boquctt, Rose Ge
ranium, Diamond Pomade, Dcpilla
tory Powder, &c. Floral Ess. Ass'd, Ox Marrow
Pomade, Tulip Pomade, Ponuine Soap, Omnibus
Sohp, N, B. Ccrcus, Ext., Sweet Oppondx, Lo'ws'
Windsor Soap, &c, &c. Tooth, Shaving and Hair
Brushes, of unsurpassed quality.
Receiving monthly supplies of Corn Starch, Mni
zenn, Barley, Sago. Broum Gelatine and Irish Moss.
I am appointed Agent at this place for Mrs. Wiris
lows' 8oothing Syrup. Brown's Bronchial Troches
and Worm Comfits, Dr. Endways R. R..R. Medi
cines and Dr. Ay era Medicines. Every kind of Mcdi
vi?rq> both Patent nnd'Unpnttntcd, to' be found at
4 r;*j. OLIVEKOS, M, D.,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Orangeburg Drug Store,
mar 2 y ' I
BULL & S00V1XL,
_-N ._
Selling Off! Selling Off!
?CLOSING OUT?
IN VIEW OF AX ENTIRE
CHANGE OF BUSINESS,
? CONSEQUENTLY
OFFER FOR CASH,
Our now COMPLETE STOCK in overy Line
at Rates much below
FORMER PRICES.
BARGAINS CAN BE HAD!
Great Inducements Offered from now until
JANUARY I, 1808.
If you want CHEAP GOODS for the Next
Sixty Days,
CALL AT
BULL & SCOVILLS
-:o:
ANTED To F!l1 si)cciul Orders
1000 bushels rough rice, <
500 bushels peas.
200 bushels finders.
For which wo will pny the
HIGHEST MARKET FIGURES
IN CASH.
-:o:
TOp] ARE STILL IN THE
COTTON MARKET,
Prepared to BUY such Lots as may offer or
receive on
Consignment,
All of which shall receive the prompt attcn
?tion of
Bull & Scovill.
j fcb2;i y \t
1867. HOLIDAYS!
H
AVE YOU MADE YOUIl SELECTIONS FOB THE APPRO ACHING HQLL\
?AYS ? If not, be sure to call at
GZEfttEL & KOHil'8,.
Who have no.v 00 hand the Choicest Selection of HOLIDAY PRESENTS, Comprising of
E. I*. Silver, Papier Mache Wares,"Ac,
ever offered.in this Market, which aro now being sold at Greatly Reduced Prices. Warranting
to compete in the above. Lino of GOODS, with any Market in the United States.
JUST KECEXYED
10?O SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT,
- , ~ , . FOR SALE CHEAP
AL)SO po arrive, a very
CHOICE LOT OF
EVERY KIND OF
Garden Seeds, Onion Setts, &c.
fet>28 c ly
WANTED
$10,000 IN GREENBACKS,
THE OLD STAND,
JOHN D. STOCKEH & CO.,
CORNER STORE, RUSSELL-STREET AND RAIL ROAD AVENUE.
Great Fall in Cotton Goods!
-:o:
BEST BBANDS OF CALICOES lf.c. per yd. WARRANTED FAST COLORS CALICOES 12Jc per yd.
(U)01> CALICOES MADDER COLORS 10c per yd
WORSTED DELAINES, new FallStvlcs and Bright Colors 2?c per yd
BLEACHED SHIRTINGS 7-8 and 4 4 from 10 to 20c per yd
KENTUCKY JEANS, good, from 20 to 40c. per yd.
Besides the above may be found a large Stock of READY MADE CLOTHING, from
85.00 (suitable for Frecdmcn) to ?25.00 (fine English Cassimcrc) per Suit. BOOTS, SHOES,
and ETC.
A Large Assortment of GROCERIES, Low for Cash or Barter. Highest Market Prieo
given for CORN, PEAS, GROUND PEAS, and
COT T 0 N.
mar.ll ly JOHN I). STOCKBI1 & CO.
/'OM Established Jewelry House.
W. CAEEIMTON & GO.
256 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WATCHES, .1EWELRY AND STERLING SILVER WARE,
Silver Plated Goods, Gobi and Steel Spectacles, fine Table and Pocket Cutlery and Fancy Articles.
. We desire to call attention of bur Country Friends to our Stock of SILVER SFOONS and FORKS,
the largest iu the State, which we are now offering at KcW Yorl? l*ricCH for Cash or City Accep
tance.
Our Large Assortment of GOLD and SILVER WATCHES are of the hest English, Swiss nnd Ameri
can Manufacture. *
Special Attention Given to the Repairing of Watches and Jewelry.
AGENTS FOR AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY.
IV. CARRIXGTOST. W. TIIOJHTAS.
oct ? Sc 3
THOMAS RAY
IS STILL TO BE FOUND AT Till] LATE STAND OF
RAY & BRO'S,
Preparod to do all kinds of REPAIRING and BUILDING NEW WAGONS. BUGG1K.
built to order. BLACKSMITH WORK IN GENERAL attended to, mth promptness and
despatch.
Frdm this date, I will keep constantly on hand
READY MADE COFFINS
OF 1VERT DESCRIPTION, FROM THE FINEST TO THE CHEAPEST YA HINT IK 8.
Charges na moderate as the times will Admit.
YARNISIIES sad PAINTS constantly on hand.
Also two barrels MANHATTEN AXLE GREASE, for greasing Wagon and Buggy
Axles, A'c, for sale sit low rates.
sept 28?lyc TllOMAS RAY.
IWOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE CITIZENS OF ORANGEB?RG ANP THE ADJOINING
Districts that I am still at my Old Stand, ready to do any work in my lino at the Shortest Notice.
I hove on hand several New and Second hand CARRIAGES nnd BUGGIES, also lw> WAGONS, one
4 Horse and one 3.
* ?ALSO?
I have established a
LUMBER YARD
and will keep constantly on hand BOARDS, 8CANTLING, &c, of all kinds usually in demand, and can
fill ull Orders with Despatch.
My Cotton Gins and Press are in perfect order, nnd ready to GIN on TOLL for nil those who may I
favor mo with their Cotton the coming Season. j
I am Agent for
*
Dillon's Universal Cotton Tie
AND IRON HOOP FOR BALING COTTON.
Iron Hoops for Baling Cotton being largely in use in tho South, and being sold much cheaper titan
Bopo, tho propriety of using them in place of Rope, is hrought to tho attention of tho Planters. These
Ties are great Preservers of Cotton, when baled, from Fire. Every Tie is porfect, and ready for imme
diate use
1 will keep constantly on hand a lot of tho Universal Tie and Iron Hoop, which 1 will sell at Charles
ton priecs?12 cents, expenses added.
A sample of the above Tie can ho soon at this Oflicc, where it may he compared to the Arrow Tie.
Persons then ean indge fur themselves, which they prefer.
1 I ARPIN R1GGS,
H ly
> jSTATE ?l? SOUTH CAROLINA','* 2
i ?ttANOEnUHrt DlBTRI?T? ;' 1 '
Henry Livingston, Executor^V 'lA '- :{
? T?.. '. :r fc.,ik. "i >? .A, .r?30 .fl.-.H'
In pursuance of nii order made in the hbovo stated .
case-, will bo sold before the Court House, in Orangen >.c
burg on the first Monday in January, 1S08, a trait
of Und situated on North Edisto River in Orange
burg District, containing 1258 acres, more or less,
andboyridsd by lauds . of' N, P. CaitLWm, J^sck, "H"
Jacob wolfc, Bnrnct Livingston and >^orUu?aieto-,. :.'v
Biver. * ?
Terms?One-third cash, the balnncb' on a credit of
twelve mouths with interest from day of sale,,paya
ble annually, purchasers to givo bond With ^pprowl ^
surelies, with a mortgage.of the premises .to spcure
itof the purchase'ino'ney, and pSy fbr1
paymcntof the purchase'money,'and pSy Tor paper*
and revenue stamps; and should the purchaser fail
to comply, tlie land will be sold* on the succeeding
salcjday at th^jff^fjlr*n#)f?&f^(Q
ALSO
Henry Living!on, Executor, "| !
! Aenry'S^nVoak. ' 1 f'1 .?^ '
Under and by virtue of'an order mad* ftadftfc!?*'
above stated case, will be sold, on the same day tuaM ? ,
place, a trh'el of'larid in the Fork of Ed^fo/WAr
North branch of said Biver, 8 miles from the Court
House, a tract of land containing r?- acres,
more pr;L?aj), bounded north; .by^tfctt: lar "
Beach ami lands or J. W.'DanncTly , oh The i
(he I same mid that, owned by J. And r.cws, .on the
south and east by hinds belonging to?!).' Louis; find
by [North Edisto Biver containing one thousand
acres more or less. ' ?'?'?,,J *?'^A
h?purchasers to,.pay^for papers. a?dj
Guardian,! >? :. > ? t| Q
r, cf. al. ) i-f
revenue stamps,
JILSO.
J. B. MilhouBc, Guardian,
vs.
Debora Glover,
Under and by virtue of a decretal order made la
the above stat ed case.. Will he .Hold on the ist .Mon
day in 'Jaiiua^.JiSiltt,, a t^cl ^of land containing*: $
10U6 acres, moro or less, situated on the east ma*
of Willow Swamp, and bounded on the north by H.
H. Bonnelt, east by estate lands of Lewis Stevenson,
by lands of G. B. Summers and Laban.J. WuUiamaCff^, "
south by James Heed and west I by J. E. .Mos."?' and
A. E. Olovcr'e land. , '
Terms?One-half cash and iho balance for srx
months, the purchaser giving bond bearing interest
from the day of sale, and a mortgage of the proper
ty, to secure tho - payment of the purchase money,
and to pay for papers and revenue stamps.
als? :';
e. T. Gloycr, AdnVx.^ .. \ '; | j j/j [ fj jXI^A
vs,
J. W. Kcitt.
Under .anil by-yirtuc of a decretal order made .in ., ? ;?
the above stated case, will bo sold on' fhc lsf' Mon
day in January,.1808, before the Court House, a
tract of land situate in the District of Orangeburg,
on Turkey Hill Branch, waters of North,Edisto '
Biver, containing six hundred and sovenfy-six and
one ltalf acres more or less, and bounded on lands
of S. G.. Jamison,; J. (5. ^Vannamaker,N;r^atfl4?^r
Henry'Ellis and A. N."Wanhainakef. '
Terms?Qne-tjfiv'doash and t he remainder* in 1 and
2 years, the purchaser giving bond bearing interest
from the day of Bale, payahle nnnoallyj with a mort
gage of the property .to'secure tho payment of the
purchase money, and to pay for papers and revenue
Btattrps, ?" .)<,/.' liH^UjH'tf -
\ . . . A!VS0
V. D. V. Jamison, Com'r.l . Bill to
. ? - vs. '
). Bill to . .'.???.?.
Forecmsc' "?
M ortgago. ( ;
Jno'^D; lnabinct.
At the same time and place five hundred acres
(500) more or less on Ball's Branch, bounded, by
lands of .8. E. Moorer, S. G. Fail', estate of, JF,.? J, jD.
Felder;'.L. E. ?. Bowman and-J; D. lnabinct.
Terms?Cash enough to'pay'costs ami expenses
of suit, balance on 1st.day of January. A. By. 1868,
secured by- bond, with personal 'security atidniort*
gage of promises to secure the payment of the pur
chase money. Purchasers to pay for papers and
revenue .stamps.
" '' ALSO % . : ' '
Ben. F. Simons, 1 ' ? .< ,/ .Bfll to/jiilfW ^
vs. \ Fdrccloso
John Huffman. ")' Mortgage.
At same t imo and place, t wo hundred and -ccven
ty-two acres moro or less, in tho district nnd State
rforcsaid, on waters of. BuD Swamp, bounded by
lands of J. M. Harley, W. Hooker,vHenry Gissen v
danncr and George Uivlngteton: ' :>.'..* .rt.ii^T/.??
Terms?One half cash, and balance on a credit of.
one year, secured by bund with interest from date
and mortgage of the land. Purchaser to pay for
papers and revenue stamps. Purchaser failing to
comply with terms of sale, the Commissioner will
sell the said lands at tho Bale day next succeeding ij
at tlio risk of former purchaser.
Commissioner's Oflicc, \ V. 1). V. JAMISON,
Orangeburg C. H. >? Commissioner.
Dec 2, 18G7. J
dec 7 td
ALSO
L. A. Zciglcr, Ex'r of Will of
Lewis Zciglcr,
vs.
iWcslcy Houscr, Adm'r.
? et.ial.
Creditors and Devisees.
?IJJIV/
iififOKwiom1!
By order made in this case, the creditors ef LtlfH
Zeiglei, deceased, will prove their demands Wo?
me by the first of January next.
And by the same order I will seB at Oranjr^btfffF y.
on the tivst Monday in January, 18G8, for one half
(J) cash, tho balance payable six months (|6) frem*
the day if sale, secured by a bond bearing interest
from date, payablo annually bo long as any pnrt ie '
unpaid, and a mortgege of tho premises >on which
shall be a covenant that in case of a breach of the
condition of the boud, tho Commissioner shall *?*? -~j
sell for the balance Muo upon giving 4Wenty4.bn?'
days notice of. the salo?"-purchasers paying for pa- ^
pers and stamps, tho following land:
\ 1. Tract of 47C acres in said District, called tho ?
Bear Branch Tract, bounded on lands of David
j 2. Tho Crim Tract, 100 acres, bounded west on
lands of Mrs. Wolfo, and on all other sides by land*
j assignod to,L. E? Zcigler. . rsir ? r*vnri?i
I 8. 162 aoros, part, of the Myers' Tract? bAttflef
by lamls of L. A. Zeigler, Mary Scnwright, Arthur
1 Boed and William Ott. It ?:'?!.?!*'! W
?1. Twenty (20) acres of the "McVoid" Tract,
bounded by lattds of B. nuifman and Li' A*S8gJWfrF
5. Aud one other Traqt of 58 ncresj bounded on
lands of Jacob Cridcr,'- Vastirie Snylor atid "Mary
So'awright.
Commissioner's Office, 1 V. D. V. JAMISON/
Orangeburg C. 11. i Comniiasioner.
October 27, 1807. J
nov ic ' ' " IBaT"
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FOR LEASE,
THE FINE ESTATE know'nns KF.ITT BLAGB*'
situated in St. Matthewa'-Parish. TheEstnto
consists of throe Bcparalc Tracts. Tho Kennerljr
Place has 10(1 acivs cleared and 200 uncleared. The* H
Darby Place has :100 cleared and 200 uncleared?all.
fine Cotton Lands. Tho Kcitt Place consists , /
2,400 acres, one half cleared and in a fine state of
Coltivation- The Estate is watered b/r*, UfjHp
Creek, which nfTords good Usngo for Cuttle. Soil.
Bich Red Clay. "Tho Estatb would ne Leased all ia
one person, or in small T'acls of .80 ^oylOO acres,
to suit small farmoTB. .
[Pino Mules sold with thcPlaoe on credit.
The Kcnnqrly arid Darby Place*. woUhl.-ba-Mld
desired, f or TerWiW apply lc,?'OT^oT?niIlW ,
J. J. WOODABLVPL Maitbcws B. O.,
nov 2?tf Ornugoburg pist*ict,,S.:D.
*:-.-^?,-^ TVT_tn--^r? (^
THE HIGHEST CASH MARKET-PBICfi OIVKfl 5i
for all kind of COUNTRV PllOBUCFi,-Bees J
wax, Tallow, Hidcf, F?r?; etc., e*o*, by1
EZLKIEL & KOHN. tSflffl;*
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