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The 'OrftHgebnrg: Times
_X^O C A. 31? _
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Arrangement; with- the A>hm and
Courier is working charmiugly. By
it two paper, the Weekly News and the
Tim is is obtained lor the incredibly
f?.all sum ol $2 50, and the Bubscrib
er gets ae rouob rending ns he can
digest the whole week.
The Kite of Confirmation
Will take placo at the Episcopal
Church this morning at 11 o'clock.
Of the week were the fire and the
The Weather '
Is still unseasonable, the winter
bring almost as pleasant us spring.
Bain is needed very much.
At the Fire
On Monday, Mr. Byrd Thompson
received some injuries about t he eyes,
which we hope will not cause him
any serious inconvenience.
A New l*apcr
Hus been started in Greenville by
the name of T/ie Flay. It is a
temperance advocate, and we hope it
?will never flag in the cause of right.
Was celebrated iu Charleston by
the Carolina Light Infantry oil don
day. 'Jhis we think is right, and wc
would be glad to sec it mure generally
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A Con vocation
Of tlie odd TelloWn of the St ite
has just taken place iu Columbia, in
which a huge number of delegates
from Orangeburg participated, hav
ing left here on 'lu&sday night.
Remember the Iccttite at the
Rooms ol the Y. M. C. A. on next
Tuesday evening at 7] o'clock, by
Rev. J. 1). A. Biowne. Wo DUsp.nk
u pleasant und profitable evening
for ull^who go out.
A JUifcl i'otiliow ?
\\ e understand that a committee
of the Young Ameiicas have waited
?.in the 'It wu t ouiniCnud requested
aid for the purpose of propjrly cqiiip
jiing themselves lor their aork a~
James A. El utnillou
llr.s la en uppciulcd ugent in
the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
Machine. lie has also taken the
incase.-e of the polio, and sent oil'
for their new uniforms to the house
lor which he is agent.
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< enaum Supervisor??
The President has appointed the
following ceuBUH supervisors for Sout h
Cadwallader J. Pride, 1st district,
Henry Hammond, 2d, Jos. L. Brc
den, ? 1,
The (?in House
And Screw o Mr. David Bull, ol
Providence Township, was destroyed
by fire on Monday evening 1l Was
caught by burning trash mound the
premises. This is unfortunate n>r
Mr, Bull, and we sympathize with
him in his )o3?i.
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We are requested by Capt. E. J,
Felder Secretary of the Board of
School Trustees of Orange District,
to announce that a meeting of the
Trustees of the various divisions of
this School District will take place at
the Court House to-morrow.
Mr. A. Jourdan, who is gathering
up all the statistic? he can iu refer
ence to the grapo culture of out'
County, to be forwarded to tin Agri
cultural Bureau at Washington, re
quests all interested on ih s impor
tant subject to send their statistic* to
liim at Snidcr's store.
Journalist lo -
M. L. Bonhani, Jr., and L. \V.
Simpkins have retired from the ed
itorial charge of the Nowberry Netes,
iu consequence of removal from the
town, and transferred their interest
to R. II. Grcnaker, Ksn.i who, we
have no doubt, will sustain the repu
tation of this excellent paper.
A Xcw I nvestnicut?
We understand that Mr. J. V.
Way has just bought the lot and
offico known ns the old P/.lnr au I
Dibble office, and now occupied by
Lhe Y. M; C. A., and intends to put
up a fine building on the spot. This
will be a desirable improvement in
the business portion of the town, and
we welcome all such investments of
capital in our midat.
The Coal Mine??
The Read's brown coal mine of
Richmond County Georgia, discover
ed by Prof. Bibikov, has been sohl to
a company formed by some ot the
best, ublest and wealthiest men of
Augusta for $00,000. Tins looks as
if Prof. Bibikov may not be the fool
or "bibulous" dreamer some people
supposed him to be.
Rev. 13. C. Lampley has be n cail
oil to the pastorale pf the Baptist
Church of Lcwisville, ami will preach
on the first and third sabba.h of each
month, lie is from Suinter S. C.
\\c are requested to announce that
Rev. \V. R. Parier will hold services
in the Bapii.-t Church at Orangei.urg
on Bun day.
Capt. Hamilton has transferred
too agency for the Weekly Ulu\> of
the Daily News and Courier to Mr
T C. Hubbcll, who is now actively
and successfully engaged canvass ng
?or that pap r. Under this arrange
tnenl the Daily New.? id placed at
your door for only 20 cents p r
week. We wish success to the enter
By the Lev. .1. S. Ilayihn, nn I lie
6th of .January LSS?, Mr. J. S. Wal
toil of On-low County, North Caro
lina, to Mrs. Caroline Murphy of
Orangc.hu rg County, So. Ca.
At the residence of Mr. Aug. Hol
man, ?11 the 18th inst., by Kev. W.
G. Mock, Mr. Jacob Wise to Miss
Laura Sturltey. All of Orangeburg
We note the presence in our town
during the week wf Mr. Stephen D
1'ow les, former editor of the f IM KS,
and a brother, of Our fellow townsman
Mr .1. ll.Kowlcs. We are glad to
see t'hit'. Mr. Fowles is lool-in-s?
wi II. We note uL6 by the Newborry
// rul! that he has just passed his
exam nation bet?re the Supreme
('our?, and is now n member ol the
Bar. We wish him abundant sue -ess
in his chosen profession. Wherever
he goes he will he re nt.inb :r ?d by Iiis
many old Iriuuds in Orangeburg.
Or mi gob uri; Abro.ld ?
We notice by the Doih/ linnnf.r of
Breuhatil Tex ts that our old friend
1*3; Li. Shlley, formerly of Orange
burg, was married on l)et;. Hist I81O,
lo Miss Carrie McPhaill if CuMiouii
Texas. T eCuVicaua )lt.<erctr says :
"The ceremony was perform ? I a
b' o'clock p. in., and tue happy couple
left on the 9:30 train foe Itrouhain,
their future home. May 'heir voyage
through life on undisturbed by
leinpestuous billows and its end bo as
lumpy us its beginning h.n b-<m.-'
We heartily endorse the seiltiui m .
and extend to Jack mir sineere
congratulations. .. Ls-.vbi tlwi.'s be
remembered by his friend ?> ii Uar-i
Tlic Slate t; range
The m < ting oi (he State Grange
lakes plaee in Charleston 011 the 3d
of February. The meeting will be
one of unusual importance, an i
Worthy Master Lipscomb issues cir
culars urging 1 very Graupe losend
lich-gates. Tbc lull road und hutci
fare has I ecu co sitleiiihly reduced.
On the S C K R. me fare will be 3
cents per mile .or the roun I trip.
Board at the Pavibou will in S2 per
day, and at the Waverly $1 50. We
hope there will i> a full mid cruLia
ble meeting, as we expect much good
from lite Grange organization o the
Of the Ldi-t > Hilles 011 Monday
afternoon was a creditable alf.iir,
1 be young ladies, and the older ones
too, who feel an interest in the clever
young fellows comprising this gallant
corps, crowded the Win lo.vs on the
main street at the appointed hour to
witness the evolutions and cheer the
young soldiers with their presence
ami smiles. Capt. Dibble marched
the company through the business
portion of the iown, and exercised
the beys in all the tactics of the sol
dier, which they performed with
great credit to themselves and their
efficient officer*. At the Court Mouse
Square a halt was made, ami the
military t-nlutc was given ui Brigadier
General Izlar, who responded in a
practical speech upon the soldier's
duties. The Company was then in
spected by Adjutant \V. V. izlar, of
the General's Stall", ami found in ad
mirable condition. The corps turned
out in lull force, ami, with the new
uniforms, presented an extra fine
appearance. fho Edistos are the
pets of our town, and their proapority
is a source of general satisfaction.
?ST JHJJL-U.IJ. ft-J ...? Si.-1 -
Occurred- in Charleston yesterday
morning destroying the large e.ir
shed of the S. O, It. P., and a cm
sidcrable number of ears. ?
A Circulating Library?
It .-e.-ms to us in connection with
the Young Meu's Christian Associa
tion, a circulating library would he a
menus ol'great benefit to the commu
nity. Not only hooks, hut the most
valuable periodicals of the country
could be obtained upon reasonable
terms by a combination or corpora
tion process, which .vo.dl be o'* great
benefit to all the members. It would
be a menus of dill using knowledge
and cultivating a taste lor residing
which won.a be desirable I - ?-t the
mailer be dis usscd.
On .Saturday afternoon, while Mr.
Daniel O'Cuill, an old gentleman,
living near Janiison-s, was driving
out of Mr. Riggs' yard with a loa I of
lumber, bis unties took fright, and, iii
the attempt to check the 11, lie was
thrown to the ground and run ov r
by 'he loaded wagon, breaking his
leg and th ;h. IIj w is la Icon into
Baxter's Hotel, where Ii: n is been
tenderly cared for. Drs. Sal ley and
Hydrick, being promptly culled in,
rendered ah necessary medical a;
sisUiuce. Being advanced iu years,
wo lear ihat his recovery will be
flow, but we arc glad to hear at last
accounts that he is resting as w dl as
can lie cxpcccd under the circum
stances, which euablei us to in luige
hopes for the best.
Of New York, praclical pianoforte
and organ tuner, hai been in our
town for the past six weeks, and it
gives Ua p ensure in ackn wiedging
hiui not only skilled in ihn above
depnittnciil. hut an artist of the tirst
onler as an orpnni.-t ami vocalist, and
had wc known him on his arrival iu
ibis '.own as well as we. do n ?w, we
would have d.m: hi n m >iv j<i-tice
by introducing him to oar re*i Outs
ibroilgb our paper. His tuning a;ul
repairing of too iustrum nit-sol th i foR
lowing parties j have given to our
knowledge entire satisfaction : Or.
Cook, Henry Ivdin, Mrs. lv S. ilub
bcli, .1.11. i?\i\vle<, .Judge fJlover, S.
R. Mvllichump, T. U. W die, ? so.
Bolivei und others. Professor (} m
zalez will visit, our tow.i agiiu in thu
cour.-.eofa few moo hs on bis return
North, when we predict that a go > d
deal ol work will await him
About 11 o'cl ck on Tuesday the
alarm ol lire was noun led. It proved
to be at the Oliver, s building on
Main street. '1'he kitchen of tuis
building attached to the dwelling it
is supposed was caught from a defec"
live Hoc. Iu an incredibly short
i me the ever ready fire department
ol our town vx.'it on the .-pot using
their utmost dibits i> master the
fiery fund. Beyond the most sangu
ine expectation; by pr ?n?pt action und
bard woik, the tl unes were confined
t<> the k itchen and finally extinguish
i d, thus saving the large house, the
burning ol which would probably
nve destroyed Mr. Bike's aud .Mr
.-?< iivi .?.: > residences on each si ie.
1 he place was ocii.pt. d at the time
b\ Mr. \\ . F. Robinson. The dam
ages are considerable, hut envere 1 by
insurance, ilio colored peop e di t
uoii ., eervico and des rve special j
uieuiioii for their din.iierjU 11 ail
public dpirilid uctioil iu drug all
lliey i oil Id as firemen an I citiz IH to
We regret to luarn that Jan iur?"
Bullzcgar. one ol iheii number, was
severely wounded by ihr fail ugol a
scantling, but we no'ie- til.it li ? is
2000 pounds fodder, for which ?1
per hundred will be paid by II n. M .
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Fine Cutlery ?
A large assortment of fine cutlery
just in and for sale low down at Or.
.1. ? Wanuainaker's.
There is a Constant
Warfare being waged between I In
Various species of the animal king
dum. Think of the horrihlencss of
an army of worms storming the cita
del of life. A dose of Kliriuor's
Indian Vt r mi luge will destroy them.
A largo slock of ho;tied goods,
such as porter, ales, ginger, soda,
seltzer, and pure crab apple cidor, all
of which will be sold cheaper than
can be bought elsewhere in this mar
ket, at Z J. King's.
We are requested by the Fore man
to announce that there will he a drill
und parade of this company to-night
at 7i o'clock, and llie members are
requested to be punctual.
Mr. Chi vi et I e
lias on hand a line assortment of
watches and clocks, and will in a few
days receive another enu-ignmeut of
the above goods, which he pi opose*) to
sell at low prices. G ve him a cill.
H hl in J )eeemlicr. if is :in nc
kuowledged fact that the White Sew
ing Machine ntiuds pre-eminent
amongst first das-; machines for its
simplicity ami licht running qu i lilies"
HI niton J?eliKon
KespcctluHy returns his thanks to
his many cust mers for their past
putronage, and hopes to merit the
same in the future by keeping con
stuntly on hand fresh meats 6f every
kind at his old stand, in rear of the
l'ostoflice, during the present year.
Herman Chatuomile Tonic?
A tonic that at once invigorates
the Liver and Digestive Organs,
regulates the Bowels; acts upon the
Kidneys, opens the Lores of tin-Skin
and for all Impurities of the Blood,
it is unsurpassed. Trial bottles 1U
cents. For sa!o only by Or. J. G.
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Who ha* hoi been annoyed! b.v
a ?Joutfli in Church ?
It may come from the reiu >test
coiner in the rear, but its echo
tickles the throat in front, creeps
do.vu the aisle and touches the us'iers,
wringing a sympatho ic explosi >n
lroni every vict.m. But Lousscns'
Honey ol Tau- will cure coughs, colds
and all diseases of the thro it and
lungs, bronchitis, hoarseness ami
sore throat. Price 50 es Foi
ale by Di. J. G. vV.iun.i uiker.
?>i<t Yon over Notice
How terrib'y a beauty of the
blonde lype can disappoint one? *V
a little distance we only se? the shin
ing aureole of hair, ami the iuiagiua
tion, wuh its <b ft touch, is (puck to
complete the picture With a complex
ion as velvety as the heart of a rose,
and as pure as suo'.v. But on close
proximity, i he picture lo-es it < bright
ness it we discover I races of a dix
ordere.I liver, which can hi corrected
by nsint! PortaMcu, or fabler's Vcge
(able Liver Powder. I'rii ?? 50 cts.
Sold liv Dr. d. G. k\ annamaker.
"Corrected every week by Messrs. Hci.i.
I nii'AY, Janimry 28 IS8\
Low Middlings. 11';
? hriiiiary.l?j(<i 1'
i 'ora.$ 7?r?
Ni-w Corn .
Fodder, per len lbs. 7."?
Ituuuii Kice.$ 1
My virtue of Sundry Warrant on Lien ti>
ine directed, I will sell at the I'lantatioii o
8 .S Hairier ami Wilson Zeigler in o'oodby.?
fownsbip, on Tuesday the tnird day ot
Feburary lssn. fur cadi, to die high es
bidder, the following crops, in wit .
l?tj bushelri com, more or los-i.
1. oi l'is. Fodder, more or le**. Seized
iiseropol I'riuee Dwiglit under warrant on
lien io 1' tJ SSnowden.
'J liti-hels corn, more or le>s.
5tl b?ndle.? Fodder.
;>u bii.-hels ' otton seed. Seized as crop
of F.dw.trd ?'minor, under warrant on Lien
lo T U Snowdcii.
40 bushels co n. more or Ics,
.*> bushels roii^n li ce, in >re "r less,
IJ busbfb; Peas, more or less,
0*0 11(5 Fotldor, more or leas. Seized is
crop ot Wilson Zeigler under nr.trrant on
I.ten to I* <J lowileu.
\: (he late r sideiiee of W m peel, in the
Porn ft KdiMo, t>n the same tlay, I will selky
|.")U liusliel- eori'i. m re or less,
-u *? chit ni seed.
?.ooo it... Fodder ' ?? ??
'2 Slacks ftwect Potatoes " '? Sei/.ctl us
crop oi .-..iid n\ in 1'eel, under warrant on i
Li in i. lifo. 11 i orno son.
My virtue of an Fsccutioii In me dircC'.cil
1 wilt tell mi the third day ol Fcburary
IS80, at _iio- I'lanl itiiui ulMohn M >orer in
?*; aiigelmrg t 'oiiuty :
About b?t n lb? fodder,
S b isliels i- ii ii,
40 '? cotton seed
A <>t ui rice straw,
0 Head M ._:-?.
1 />'.iiik Pota'o Blips, Leivod on us
property of Tmtey Tyler, at the suit of
.1 II. LlVLNfSSTOX,
,V, ?*. i".
Sheriff's OfTiee, Orniigcbtirg Co.mt.t, S j '.
buuiary 17th 1830.
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NOT I CIO
OFFICE OF to. i o.M.WlSSloNFIl'S.
Orangcburg, S. C, January, l-ll?, 18sn.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of
an order of the Court, tinted, January 8th
issu. iIn* properly belonging tolhet'ounty,
Known as "Club 11 ouse," situate in Lyons
Township, in ihc County mill M'lite afore
said, will be sold, at the Uotirl lion e in the
Town of i irangehtirg, on the lirst Monday
in Fehurary 1880, being the socond day of
taid month, to the highest bidder, for cash,
purchaser or purchasers to pay for papeis
I Hy Order of the Board.
L. IL WANNAMAKKR,
I C. B. C. 0. O. 0.
jSD 10 3t
SHAVING ANJ) HAIR DRESSING
Done in ilia moat npprovcd style by J . II.
MATTHKW?ran Kxperienced Burlier, on
Market Street, in rear of the l'ostufliee.
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I
Never Oetb Hard.
cam II! .MiDK any StKK.NIITH ilESIRKD. LaST
Twice a? LoNO.
Ziicaiti Curtl without Dragging tie Oyrtcm.
CLills and Fcter,
Siek k Nervoni
Tho*c P-wIs Cure all Plumes by A b?irrition. No
NnxinuH I1IU, (Hi?, or Pnisonoiu Medicines arc taken
Into tin- Stmnacb. The 1'aiU arc worn over tin; 1'it
of the Stomach, covi-intf the Urcat Nervo Centres,
also Hie Liver lent Stomach. A pcnt!e Vegetable
Tonic I* alworl>ril iiitotln-cirriilctlnnnrilio IKnotland
l.ivi-r. purifyiiif.' theIMchmI, lUmulatlnK the Livi rand
Kulu.-.v* in healthy action. And itrcnKthi-niDff the
Stomach to digest food. Ciu^r or I'awi $1 and t-i
kacii, S''h.l> by all Diucuiais, or si-ut by Mutt
Mainifuclurril nt r.o tt 41 North Liberty St.,
IIali I MuHR, .M Ii.
l\y virtue of an Executions to me di
r.e l. I will ??ll on the lirst Monday in
Keltrunry. 1880. at lie* Court House in
Ormigehtirg, :tt llic u ual hours of sale, to
th? highest bidder for cash, ad that curtain
tract of hind in Orangeburg C'onniy, eoo
t:tinititf "ne hundred ami Hxtecn acres,
more or le*s,m;d htinnd by hinds of Martha
WiMiains, .) Iv Kiiotlx,' .1. a. Wolfe and
others. Levied on as property of II. D.
Cooke. in liicaiiitof .1. a. Cooke;
J. II. LIVINC.STON,
.Jan ig ::t. S. <).<'.
?1u Veers Ctve-re the PubHc.
D'El. C. McLANE'S
11 ?; ; m ci re Oi"
icpatilis, or Liver Complaint,
livvu i-? \ A n ii sut nr. All m hr.
?Jy.'nptonifi of a Diseased Liver.
jj)AIN i- the right side, under the
l cd; ?< ' 'l;c i ii)-., increases on pres
sure; s?omcl.nies the pain is in the left
ide; the patient is rarely able to lie
in the let; side : sometimes the pain is
ii und*?.'] ttic shoulder blade, and it
.op. n.'.j, c::iend.s to the top of the
hou' ! ". and is sometimes mistr.keh
if rhcutnatisui in the arm. The
lot nach i> atfccled with loss of appc
ite and sickness; the bowels in gen
eral , re costive, sometimes alternative
.viih lax; lite head is troubled with
t ain, accompanied with a dull, heavy
sensation in the back part. There is
generally a considerable loss of in :-i
>ry, accompanied with a painful sen
sation of having left undone some
thing which ought to have been ?!? i.e.
A slight, dry cough is sometimes ar
attendant. The patient complains of
weariness and debility; he is easily
start led j his <*?? I ; re cold or burning,
and he complains >.( a | rii kly sensa
tion of tlic skiti; his spirits rfe low;
and although he is satisfied that exer
cise would be beneficial to him, yet
he i an scarcely summon, up fortitude
enough t>> try i;. In fact, he distrusts
every remedy. Several of the above
sj niptotns attend the disease, but i a^es
have occurred where few i t them ex
isted', ict examination of the body,
after tic.rili. has sl.unn the uvr.n t.>
have bc.n extensively deranged.
A G \ W AND FIvV E U .
I >ii. C. M< Rank's I.ivi-.r Pills, in
cams ok Ai?:k an;> KivVLN, when
taken wi:h (Quinine, arc productive of
the most h:t| py results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or niter taking Quinine. We would
advise all who arc aftlictcd with this
disease to give them a pair triai .
For all bilious derangements, ami as
a simple purg ttivc,thc) are tmeiptaled.
BtWAiti: or n;: 5 vrio.vs.
The genuine .ire never sugar mated.
Every box has .\ red wax ?-..>! on ihc lid.
with the impression ins. Mi I.a.nx's I.ivlm
"flic genuin? Mf Rank's I.ivi-r Pills ben.
the signature* c. Mel.axk and p'lkmi.vi
linns, on the wrappers, L
Insist up^in having the genuine Dr. i '.
Mi t.Asc's lavER Pills, prepared by FIli?.
inj; Uro-,., ??!" I'itlshiirgh, I'a., Ihc mnrlo i Leing
full of iniitntinns of the name Alel,unr,
Epeiletl riilTerenily l>u; p~*>c }>roniinciaition.
Nolii'U ol I >ir-iti ission.
The undersigned hereby give? notice
llnil he will lie his fuial account h*
(tuardtnn o*' Henry *V. I'.o/ard, with His
Honor: 'j he I'rohate .Judge of thin County
on the IGth day of l'elnirary next, and a>k
or his bettors ol Dismission.
.1. I,. BO/, A HD.
.Ian. 10th lMSO.
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duLLCTr GIN WORKS,
A tJOUS l'A, (TA.
I1I,ANTKUS whnwiidi to have their old
tiins of any Make KKI'AIHKI) bv
lirfM-chisri workmen, hIiouUI write us at once,
and have the work done in early Spring,
when we are not crowded with vork.
TerniHCaK), prices moderate. tilN SAWS
and L)U8IlBS KKPAIUKI) in the best man
<). M. STONE & CO.,
Agentn for the Oullclt tJins, Plantation
Ko^hir?, Separators, Saw Mills e?c
jan It! 2m
All persons having clainm against tho
Ki.tnto of James 1>. Mack, deeea?ed, will
tender the same, duly nttcsted, to tho Pro
bale Judge of Orangeburg County, nnd
those indebted will make immediate pay
1 ment to BARNEY 8. MACK,
jan 2-4t Qualified Rxvcutor.
W. F. Robinson,
Orangeburfft N. C.
A TIME FOR ALL ilfUNGSI
TA X DR ETH'S SEEDS havbcen on tho
j thu Market since 1784. am! ?tili keep
the lead. 1 have the LA ROES' quantity
und collection ever brought to Umngcbtirg,
which I warrant t'> be freah.
Purchase vour SEEDS in time, and ms I
Peap, Beans and Corn
by MEAPUKK it's to your advantage, and
von can get a loo!; at the Seed before buy
ing. ALMANACS, with valuable inforiua
lion, free to customers.
I now sellingofl" my LALL 8TOCK of
J 15 W ELRY
At LOW RATES. Also will order Ring*,
Jewtlry, silver ?cd Plated Ware below
Retail Prices, and attend to Repairing of
.?II kinds in tny line.
\V. F. R?bingon...
1 HE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
UV c. lt. OI.OVUR, KSQCIHK, PttOBATB JCOOk*.
Whereas, fleorge Bolivor, Clerk of the
Court of Common Picas, hutb] mndo
suit to me. to grant him letters of
Administration of the Estate ami ctlecta of
itoliert Iluffumo, deceased.
I liese are therefore to cite ami admonish
?til and hiiiguhir the kindred and Creditor*
? >f ihe taiil Uobert Huffman, late of
Drangcbtirg County, deceased, that they b?
ind appear, before inc. in the Court
if Probate, to be held at Oraugeburg', C. IL,
>n Tili February next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, t*
how c.m.'e, if any they have, why the said
Vdiiiiiiistiation should not be granted.
tjiven under my Hand, this -9th day of
December, Anno Domini 1ST'.?.
[J.s?.] C. JJ. GLOVER,
Judge, of Probate, Oraugeburg County.
ja i! 1 Gt
I will receive on or before Satur
d.tv, Nov. 20th, 1^79, oue
B willalfto keep eonstaotlyon
a. band, during the Season, a well select
ted -lock ?f HOUSES and MULES at
PRICES to suit the times.
Those needing STOCK! will do wellt?
Y ST A TCL/TCS
i l N l IS S ATI PII EATON'S
oid HUGO I ES, always on hand.
"H. I^rank Sla tec.
nov -I 5m
Wc arc opening daily
Just in beautiful CASHMERES
in idack and all the fashionable
Taflettas, Silks, Satins, Diagonals
in all shades.
Novelties in NECK WEAR
by every Steamer
The latest styles and pat
TERNS in all Goods.
You can secure more Elegance
an I Excellence, and yet practica
than ever brfue/'uia
Beautiful dress goods at 12}
in Linens and Lmg Cloth*, we are
our COSMOPOLITAN SHIKTS.at
at old Low Priet s.
For Old "and Voting at the most rea
sonable. FIG LUES.
Carpets in Large Variety at very
COAT FC "nd ,a,cc ,0()k Rt
WILSON Lit HTNING
The CHEAPEST and ono of the
Pest Sewing Machines, in tho Mar
j Always on hand. Also Needles,
Attachment?, Oils, Arc., at Factory
j MME DEMOILEST'S Fall and Win
er 1 cliable Patterns on hand and
in full variety.
I invite nil to call and examine
my IMMENSE STOCK and LOW
PRICES. No fault will be fount! if
you do not buy. II member
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