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TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. } GOT? OTT^t COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. /.
VOLUiVIE 9. SAT?EDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 18T5. NUMBER 42
BLINDS, FLOORING, &G.
Paints, Oils, fyc.
Sole Agent for
THE NATIONAL MIXED PAINT CO.
THE GREAT AMERICAN FIRE EXTIN
PAGE MACHINE BELTING COMPANY.
OFFICE & WAREROOMS
Nos. SO and 80 Ilaync
And 33 and 35 Plnckncy Sts.
FACTORY and YARDS,
Ashley River, West End Broad St,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
sept 25 1873 ly
MqMICHAEL HOUS E
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
This HOUSE is now open for the recep
tion of BOARDERS. GUESTS well taken
?care of. The TABLE amply supplied, ami
a HACK meeting each train at the Depot.
may 29 . 1S75 ly
A. M. Snider. T.J.Calvert
t&r Office open nt nil times.
Lolled to the Fro.it
G11ANG E STO R E.
The Highest Market price paid for
<\jiii<try Produce, sur-Ji a<Curn, I'cas, Kiue,
_Biii(lcrit Kggs. Thickens, Kowlv?, ilidos.
Beeswax, Tallow and Wool.
Fresh Groceries Ac , always on hand.
A full and complete sUwsk ofOhick*,
.lewelry. Cutlarv Ac, at reasonable price*.
Repairing Watches, t'loek?, Jewelry tfrc.
<lone in the best manner and nt ihr ahortost
notiec and at prices to suit the tiaies.
oct 16 ly.
The Cordial Ralm of Myricum
and Tonic PIIIh.
MoncTcr obscure the caarc may be which
eontrih?te to render nervous debility a
ctivejue so prevalent, affecting, a* it does,
nearly one-half of our adult population, it
is a melancholy fact that day by day, and
year by year, wo witness a most frightful in
crease of nervou* affections from tho alight
cat neuralgia to the more grave and
atromo forma of
Is characterized by a general languor or
weakness of the whole organism, especially
of tho nervous system, obstructing and pre
venting the ordinary functions of nature;
hence there is a disordered state of the
secretions; constipation, scanty and high
colored urine, with an excess ofearthy or
lime sediment, indicative of wastcof brain
[ and nerve substance, frequent palpitations
of the heart, loss of memory and marked
irresolution of purpose, ana inability to
carry into action any well-defined business
enterprise, or to fix the mind upon any one
thing nt a time. There is great sensitive
ness to impress, though retained but a short
time, with a flickering and fluttering condi
tion of the mental faculties, rendering on
individual what is commonly called a
whifllc-minded or flickle-mindea man.
This condition of the individual, dbtress
ing as it is, may with a certainty he cured by
THE CORDIAL BALM OF SYBICUM
AND LOTH HOP'S TONIC PILLS,
Medicines uurivaled for their wonderful
properties and remarkable cures of allNer
tous Complaint*. Their efficacy is equally
great in the treatment and cure of Cancers,
NodeB, Ulcers, Pustule, Pimples, Tetter,
Fever, Sores, Ringworm, Erysipelas, Scald
head. Barbers' Itch, Scurvy, Salt Rheum,
Copper-Colored Blotch**, Glandular Swell
ings, "Worms and Black Spots in tho Flesh,
I Mscol oratio n r, U leers in Che Throat, Mouth
and Nose, Bore Legs, and Sores of every
character, because these medicines arc the
Ever placed before the people, and are war
ranted to be the most powerful I Alterative
ever originated by man, removing Morbid
Bensibiltty, Depression of Spirits, Dementia
B6ST Sold by all Druggists, and will be sent
by express to all parts of the country qy ad
dressing the proprietor, G. EDGAR
LOTHROP, M, D? 143 Court street, BoBton,
Mass., who may be consulted free of charge
either personally or by mail. 8end 25 cents
and get a copy of his Rook on Nervous
aug 14 1875 ly
UST O W
IS THE TIME
For you to buy your
AIho a Fine Assortment of
Tobacco and Pipes.
All of Which will be sold CHEAP for
cash at the
OM> DRUG STORE
I>r. A. O. DUKES.
R E M Ot E D
TO THE HEAR
a. Fischer's stork
Where I am prepared to serve the Public
at the shortest notice in my line of business.
Thanking the Citizens for their liberal
patronage in the past, I beg a continuance of I
the same in the future.
MOSES M. BROWN, Barbar.
GEO. S. SIUKER,
GROCERIES, FINE WINES, &c.
Agent for Marlon's Planter, Avery's Plows,
and all kinds of Agricultural
At New Brick Store next to Duke's Drug
Store. sept 25?6m
Importer and Manufacturer
HARNESS & SADDLES.
Has the pleasure to inform the Public
that he has Received a heavy Stock from
die North of every description what belongs
tn a first class Saddlery Establishment.
Also wish to draw particular attention to
his Stock of
LADIES RIDING SADDLES
und his assortment of
Prices lower then ever.
Good Saddles at $:t.50.
Good Shoes at $1.75
With or without Porta bio Hot Water Reservoir and Clout.
BsA't buy an old-fuMeaei I m, bat set ens
'With all latest improvements.
Largest Oven and Fives, Longest Fire Box for long wood.
Ventilated Oven, Flro Back and Firs Box Bottom-in.
cures a Quick, Sweet and Even B?k? and Roast,
Swing Hearth and Ash Catch, Wen't cod floor or carps t.
Dorablt Doubt* and Braced Centers cad Bag Csvsra,
Burns but little wood. Has Mica or Solid Iron Front.
Carefully Fitted Smooth Castings. Ho Old Scrap Iran.
Nickel Plated Trimmings, Tin lined Oven Doors.
Ground and Silver-like Potlthod Edges and Mouldings.
Heavy. Best New Iron; Won't crack.
RATHBONE, SARD & CO., Albany, N.Y.
Bold by an Enterprising Dealer in every Town.
W1LLCOCK & WOLFE,
nov 20?3m Orangeburg, S. C,
BookJ Stationery ! Music!
A lot of WINDOW SHADES of an im
proved Patent, being neat, simplo in put
ting up, durable nnd CHEAP in price.
Lamps, Chimneys and Lamp Fixtures
always ou huuu.
SOLE AGENT H?R THE
Celebrated WATT PLOW and Castings,
which I sell at Manufacturer's
Prices, with freight
Ono Horse A nnd B.$6 00
Two Horst M and N. 9 00
Castings...7c per lb.
Insurance and Collections prompt
ly attended to.
Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance Co.
Georgia Home Innurancc Co.
Manhattcn Life lnsurnnce Co.
oct 2 3q
By virtue of Sundry Warrants on Crop
Liens. I will sell for Cash at the various
places, and on the various dates hereinafter
mentioned, the following property* vis:
At the Plantation of L R Heck with on
tho 7th of December next about 30 Bushels
of Corn, about 600 pounds of Fodder, One
lot of Seed Cotton, and one lot of Kice
Straw, seized on aa the Crop of Wallace
Rivers on lien to L R Beck with.
At same place and time about 25 Bushels
of Corn, about 100 pounds of Fodder, about
225 pounas of Seed Cotton, and a lot of
Cotton Seed, seized on as the Crop of
Meyers Glover on Hen to L R Beekwith.
At same place and timo about 30 Bushels
of Corn, about 100 pounds of Fodder, about
12U0 pounds of Seed Cotton, and a lot of
Rice Straw seized on as the Crop of Irvin
Gains et al on lien to L R Beekwith.
At the Plantation of C F Gchrels on the
7th of December next, about 20 Busheln of
Cotton Seed, about 0*011 lbs of Fodder, about
15 Bushels of Corn, and a lot of Seed Cot
ton, seized on as the Crop of Andrew
Ulivings on lien to C F Gcbrels.
At Orangcburg on the 6th day of De
cember, about 76 bushels of Cotton Seed,
about 75 bushels of Corn, about uOO pounds
of Fodder, and one bale of Cotton, seized
on as the Crop of Joel T. Bailey on lien to
Gco. H. Cornclson.
At the plantation of A. G. Sal ley on the
7th day of December, about 60 bushels of
Corn, about 60 bushels of Cotton Seed
about 400 pounds of Fodder, and about 15
bushels of Wheat, seized on a*the crop of
A. G. SaHey on litn to Gco. H. Cornclson.
At the plantation of John D. Brown on
the 7th duy of December, about 40 bushels
of Corn, about 200 pounds of Fo der, and
about 6U bushels of Cotton Seed, seized on
as the crop of John D. Brown, on lien to
Geo. II. CoruelBOn.
At the plantation of Paid Simpson on
the 7th dnjr of December, about 80 mishclB
of Corn, about 800 pounds of Fodder, about
400 pounds of Seed Cotton and about 40
bushels of Cotton Seed, seized on as the
crop of Paul Simpsou on lieu to Geo. H.
At the plantation of J W E Mooreron the
7th day of December, about 120 bushel* of
('urn, about 150 pounds of Fodder, about
120 bunhels of Cotton Seed, seized on as the
crop of J IF E Moorer on iieu to Gco. 11
At the plantation of Paul Livingston on
the 7th day of December, about 15 bushels
of Corn, about 500 pounds of fodder, und
a lot <>f Pea vines, seized on as the crop of
Peter Kootts on lien to Paul Livingston.
At the plantation of Wm. Paulling on the
7th day of December, about 75 bushels of
Corn, and about 1200 pounds of Fodder,
seized on as the crop of Wm Paulling, on
lien to Henry Fundcrburg
By virtue of 8undry Executions to me dir
ected, I will sell to Ute hiebest bidder, at
at Orangcburg C. H., on the First Mon
dny in December next, for Cash, all the
Eight Title and interest of the Defend
ants in tho following properly, vis:
At risk of former purchaser All that tract
of land containing 100 acres, more or less,
on the East side of Cooper Swamp in
Orangcburg County, bounded on the N. E?
by lands of the Estate of W F. Snioak. N.
W.. by lands of J. F. Hnrtzcg, and S. W.f
and 8. E., by lands of-Westberry,
Also all the light, title and interest of the
Defendant in the Press and fixture* of the
Orangeburg News Co. Levied on as the
property ofThad. C Andrews at the suit of
All that tract of land in said County, con
Uiinine 150 acres, more or less, bounded on
the N. and E., by lands of Wm Watt, on
the S. by lands of the Estate of Jacob Rom,
and on tha W., by lands of E. Dufford.
Levied on as the property of A. 0. Carr at
the suit of F. F. Felder, Guardian.
On Tuesday the 7th December, at Fort
Motte, a lot of goods, wears and Merchan
dize. Levied on as the property of D. J.
Carroll at the suit of D. O'Neill & Sons.
Orangcburg C. IL, *)
Sheriff** Office, > E.I.CAIN,
October 9, 1876. J 8.0.0.
nov 20 3t
Ik the Common Pleas.
Alva Gage, Plaintiff
By virtun of & Judgment of foreclosure
herein, I -ill sell at Orangsburp Court
House, during the legal hours, on Monday,
the sixth day of December, 1875, at public
auction to the highest bidder, the following
describsd Real Estate.*
All that Plantation or tract of land, con
taining about twelve hundred (1200) ncrcs,
moro or less, situate in the Fork of Ediato,
in Orangeburg County, bounded North by
Cooper Swamp, East by lands formerly of
Jacob Wolfe, deceased, South by South
Edisto River, and West by lands now or
lately of John R. Millions, John C. Rowe
and the late J. E- Quattlebaum. Said tract
of land being tho Snake Swamp Plantation,
of which the late Dr. William 8. Rowe
died seized and possessed.
Terms?Cash enough to pay the sums
actually due at the date of said sale ($3076
76), and the balance on a credit of one and
two years, purchaser to give Bond bearing
interest from day of sale, secured by a
Mortgage of the premises, and to pay for
papers and Recording.
E. Tecva Glover, 1 Petition to Sell
AdmlnVx J Heal Estate and
VS*^' '"f Reinvest proceeds.
T. J. Glover. /
By virtue of tho Judgment herein, I will
sell at Orangcburg C. II., on the First Mon
day in December next, during the usual
hours of Sate.
1 All that lot of land with the buildings
thereon in .the Town of Orangeburg, on
on Russell.street, containing about four (4)
acres, more or less, and bounded on tho
East by land of Wm. Willcock,on tho South
by Russell., street, and on the Wet and
North by lands of Claflin (lato the property
of Thos. K.;Legare.)
2 The lot. and office No. 5 Law Range,
situate on Church street, now occupied l>y
Mesbrs. Glover & Glover, as a law office,
and bounded North by lot of S. Dibble,
South by lot of John D. Stroman, Eust by
lot of N. <A. Bull and West by Church
street. Tho Mot measure* about 47 feet
depth and about 46 feet front.
Terms?Ouo half cash, balance on a
credit of twelve months, secured by a Pond
drawing interest at 10 per cent per annum
and a Mortgage of the property. Purchasers
having the privilege of paying more than
half or the :,wholc of the purchase money.
Purchaser to pay for papers and Record
Edward E. Nix,
John C. Edwards, \ Judgment
Cecil 8. Edwards V Foreclosure,
By virtuoof the Judgment herein, I will
sell, to the highest bidder, at Orangeburg
C* H-, on Jthe first Monday in December
next, during:, the usual hours of sale, the
the following tract* of land, viz: All that
tract of land containing about 430 acres, on
Four Hole- Swamp, and bounded by lands
now or formerly of Melton Rush, Thos.
Dantzler, Robert Johnson and Dr, R. W.
Bates. Tho same to be sold in parcels,
plats of which will be exhibited on day of
Terms?One third cash, balance
credit of one and two years, pure
giving Bond; to secure the credit portion
and a Mortgage of the premises and to pay
for papers and Recording.
Lawrence F, Smoak "I In Probate Court
Daniel E'dmoafc' / Petition for
Henrietta A. Smoak, j Partition
and others. > of Real Estate.
By virtue of an order of the Probate
Court in tili? cause 1 will ?cllat Orangcburg
C. II., on the first Monday in December
next during the legal hours of sale for par
All that tract or parcel ?f land situate
and being in the County of Orangeburg in
the State of South Carolina, containing one
hundred and lifly acres more or less, and
bounded bv lands of'Lawrence F. Smoak,
Daniel Smoak J. Zeigler and Dry Swamp,
nnd has such shape as a plat thereof, mn'ie
by M. L. Baldwin Surveyor, dated July
8th 1873, doth represent.
Terms?Ono half cash, balance on
credit of twelve months, ?ecured by Bond
of the purchaser and Mortgage of the
premises, and to pay for papers and Re
cording. If terms not complied with, to bu
resold on suceediug sale day at fomer
Anthony Tcu, \
vs. J Foreclousuro
John Tyler, Thomas > of
Martin, / Mortgage.
William Jennings, \
Frederick Rivers. j
By virtue of the Judgment filed in this
cose 1 will sell at Orangeburg C. IL, on the
first Monday in December next, dicing the
legal hours of sale.
All that tract or pared of land lying
situate and being in tne County of Orange
burg in the State of Pouth Carolina, con
taining Two Hundred acres more or I rss,
on North Edisto River Swamp, bounded
North by lands formerly of Mrs. Rebecca
Hinder deceased, Eist by O. N. Bowman,
South by John Whetstone and West and
South West by Murray Robinson nnd North
Terms?One half Cash, balance on
credit of twelve months,secured by Bond
of purchaser, and Mortgage of the premises,
(purchaser to have privilege of paying all
cash) and to pay for papers and uncording.
Pelzcr, Rodgcrs & Co. \
vs. j Foreclosure.
J. E. S. A maker.
By virtue of the Judgment herein, I will
sell at Orangeburg C. H., on the Frist Mon
day in December next, during the usual
hours of sale.
All that plantation or tract of land
situnte, lying and .being in the County of
Orangeburg in tho State aforosaid on
Saddler's Swamp containing 1540 ncros,
more or less, bounded North by lands of A.
P. Amnker, East by lands of G. D. Keitt
and G. W. Dantzler, formerly lands of Mrs.
E Carson, Booth by landsofJ. F. Riley
and East of 8. Smoak and Wer?; ',>y lands of !
Dr. Q- Hmoak, Mrs. Staley and D. Stack.
Terma?Cash, Furcliasars to pay for
papers and Recording.
Ruben D. KittreU an 1 Petition
Infant by W E. Mc- / for
Michael ) Account
his Guardian adtitem f and
vs. ) Relief.
J. W. Antloy G'd'n, and J
By virtue of a Judgment herein I will
sell at Orangeburg, CIL, on the 1st Mon
day in December next, during the legal
hours of sale, to the highest bidder, for
Cash, One Steam Snw Mill and fixtures,
known as J. W. Antleya Steam Mill.
Shcrifi's Office, )
Or.uigcbmg C. IL, \ E. I. CAIN,
Nov. loth, 1875. J i. O. C
F? Ii SALE.
On the 7th day of December next, I Trill
hcII at the plantation of A. Govan Bailey,
5 head Cattle.
16 head Hogs.
Levied on as the property of A. Govnn
Sal ley at the suit of Gc. H. Comelson, un
der lien nnd mortgage.
Also on the 6th day December next, at
1 sorrel Horse.
1 Plow and Gears.
Levied on as the property of Joel T.
Salley at the suit of Gee H Oornelion, un
der lien and mortgage. : *
Also on the 7th day of December, at the
plantation of John D Brown
1 black Maro Mule.
Levied on as the property of John D
Brown at the suit of Geo li Cornelson, un
der lieu and mortgage.
Also on the 6th December, at the Court
House in Orangrburg
1 cream Horse.
Levied on us the property of A P Stro
man at the suit of Geo. H. Cornelson under
mortgage. J. C. EDWARDS.
Orangeburg, Nov 17th, 1876.?20 3t
On the 7tll day of December next, I will
sell at the plantation of J. W. E. Moorcr
One black Horse Mule.
One sorrel Horse.
Levied on as the property of J W E
Moorcr, at the stdt of Geo. H. Cornelson
under mortgage and lien.
C. S. EDWABI S, Dept'y.
nov 20 3t
t OR SAL.E.
A desirable Residence and Lot on R?ssel
Street, opposite Riggs'. The house contains
six comfortable ftooms.
Also a lot on Ilroughton Street, connect
ing with the above lot, and next to W T
Midler's Store, containing a good Barn and
Stables. AU of the* above Buildings are
entirely new nnd in good repair.
For terms npply to
A J JACKSON,
Or to A S HYDRICK.
nov 20 lm
SUCCESSORS TO K. C. SHIVER & CO.,
AND DEALSR8 IN
Dry Go>ds, Carpels, Oil ClotrtB, Mat
tings, Roots, Shoes, Etc.
COLUMBIA. S. O.
The. attention of publishers in every part
of this Su?te is called to consider a very im
portant fact, namelv, that the old estabish
cd house of R. C. SHI VER & CO. is not
closed but reorganized upon the only basis
that business can be carried on successfully,
And we assure our patrons that we shall
continue the same honorable course of deal
ing with them that wits such a distinguished
feature with the home of K. C. SHIVER A
CO. We have now in store the bust selected
Boots, Shoes, Huts, Caps,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shades,
Wall Paper, Etc.,
Ever seen in this city/selected by one o
the (inn, who superintends the busine**, and
consequently knows the wants of thw com
munity better than buyers residing else
The entire stock will ho offered at prices
never before equaled,in thisscction. The
I Vices will startle nnd attract you at tight.
We invite you tosend at once for
Samples of th.ese lS"o w
And, if shown to your friends and neigh
bors, we are hum it will bo to your advan
tage to send us a large order. W? pay
freight on all bills amounting to $10 and
upwards. Ail orders must bo accompanied
with CASH, or we send them C. O. D., and
Best 61c. Prints in the city.
Long Cloths 81, 10, 121?. None
equal to them in the State.
Well known brands of Alpacas and
Mohairs, just imported.
Hosiery Department?Full of well
assorted Goods at Popular Prices.
GentsTurnishing Goods complete, as
Our Hoot nnd Shoe Department is se
cond to nono on this continent
From the cheapest Brogau to tho
finest Hand Made Goods.
The most complete and best manager]
Carpet Department in tho
Clotlio, CacSinicres auu Joans nro
bought by the case and sold
at a very small
-Brown and Bleached Shirtings arc
Flannels and Blankota at prices thai
We slut 11 Expect an Order
From You or a Call When
You ViBlt Our City.
oct2 1875 3m
HOW TO CCBE FEVER AS?
IX any person suffering with Fjbver /jjp .
Ao?e Intermittent or Bilious Fever wjil (.
call at the Drug Store of DR. A. 0. DUKE3 '
and get a bottle of AGUE CONQUEROR,
their immediate euro h certain, end tbo ?
chills will not come" back during thai ? seasons ?
It contains no Quinine, Arsenic.or-o?bcrY
Poisons, and after taking oqe-bslf hptll^ ,
yon will fee! bet! cr In health than you harp
felt perhaps for years. It entirety clcan-a" ;
tho whole system, purifier tho liver'and' ?
other secretory organs. Price $1.00 ^ir1'
bottle try it. A?k your Druggist about
others who hare used it$ ???!) *i<.
DR. A. C. PUJU5S. , >
The State of South Carolina, .
By AUG. B. KNOWLTON, Esq., ,
Joel J Hooker, Caroline Brooker, oifo <rf .
John 8 1! rook er and On an B Hi ley, aa , .
Andgnee of Elizabeth Gardner,' *'
wife of Dempsev Gardner, ?'<?'? I
Plaintiff*, q-,,. < j
Against Martha M R Avinger, wife of U J
Avinger, Alice V Gardner, ?ife ol E
C Gardner, and Jacob Riley, De*
To Martha M R Avinger, wife of H J Avin
Kr and Alice V Gardner and Jacob Ri ley
Yon arc hereby required to appear at tho i ?
Court of Probate, to be' holden at Orange?
burg, for Orangeburg County, on the sixth
day of December A. D. 1876 to shew cause,,
if any you can, why the Real Hstats of
Freeman Hooker, deceased, situate in sold '?
County and State, bounding on lands of '1
nenry Funderburgh, Mary L Ulmer, J Q.
A Hooker, O B Hi ley and James P Ott, end
containing eight hundred acre* more or lese,'
should not be portioned and divided, allot- ?
ting to the said Joel J Hooker, Caroline
Brooker, O B RHey, Assignee, Plaintiffs,
and Martha M R A voider Defendant, each
one-fifth hereof, mid the remaining one
fifth in equal portions to the said Allee V : I
Gardner and Jacob RHey, Defendants, and
to answer upon oath all and singular the
matters and things contained in the petition- 'r
of the Plaintiff this day. filed in tho officai. ./
of the said Judge of Probate.
Given under my Hand, this fifteenth day of -
September in the year of our Lord quo ? .
. thousand ??ghWen hundred and seventy- ] f <
five and in the one hundredth year of '
American Independence* ?
AUG. a KNOWLTON, .?.??,
[Li?] Judge of Probate, O. Gl j
To Martha M R,A vinger, one of tho Defen
dants above named? ' ' ' ?,
Take Notice, that the Summons end Peti
tion herein now filed in the Court of Probate
tor Orangrburg County, South Carolina, on ,
die 15th day of Septeraoer, A. D. 1876, and
that unless you appaar and show sufficient . a
cause against the sale or division of the <
lands mentioned in the Petition within'the
time required by laWj an order pro con feseo 1 .
will be entered against yon. m
jZLAB & DIB HB,
nov 6?A Attorheys for Petitioner. ">
The place I now live on is for sale. The
House contains 4 rooms, fire place in each' !
room. The Dining Room and Kitchen fa
connected to the 'House by covered passage
way. Servant's House with two rooms and
fire place in each roam. Also a Stable,:
Corn house and Carriage shed, and has the
best Well of Water in the Town, end has
not failed during the lot* drought.. Tho 1
whole place is under good fence, with s>
Large Garden and Grape arber. The piece
is nearly New having been recently settled, ?>
and located in the most thriving part of the
town. Toe suitable purchaser terms wUl"'"
be made ea*y. For further particulars od?
dress tho subscriber.
nov 20?1? E. EZEKIEL.
JUST FROM NEW Y0B& *
ARTHUR H. LEWJN
derm ato li gist AND PRACTICAL,
HAIR CUTTER? < ,
Respectfully a jnounces to the Citiscm* of'
Orangeburg, that he hoe permanently
located himself in to is place, and requests a
share of their patronage.
Call at No.. 3 Law Rouge, opposite Post
sept 4 1875 ly
Notice of Dismissal. ,
Notice is hereby given that I shell one .
month from dato file my final account with [
the Honorable Judge of Probato for Orange*
burg County, R. C, as Administrator of Ute
Estate of Lavinia Hooker, deceased.
JOEL J. HOOKER. -
nov G?4t Administrator. ,
NOTICE OF DI8B1I8SAL, .
One month from date I will file my final
account as Administrator - of the Estate of
Allen I>. Shuler and ask for letters of diet
mimud from Bald Administrotien.
Dated Orangeburg 8. C? November 6th
8. R. BAIR,
Administrator os aforesaid,
nov 0 4t
Sale Under Mortgage.
By virtue of e certain mortgage end un
der the direction of the mortgage, I will
sell at Orangeburg. S. C, In front of the
flheritTn Office, on Monday the Oth day tf
Dec, 1876, at 12 o'clock M:
One boy Hone and two fine Milch Cows
and one Mule, seised on es the property el
Nero Bottick under Mortgage to weiten
ANDREW D. SMITH,
uov HO 3t " Ageot.