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The lOrangetovirg Times
Arrnugcmeut with tho Netos and
Courier is working charmingly. By
it two paper, tho Weekly Nu? and the
Tim>? is obtained ibr the incredibly
unall ?um of $2 50, and the subscrib
er gets as much reading as ho can
digest tho whole week.
Thanks to Congressmen O'Connor
and Butler for continued favors.
The State Orange meets on Tues
day in Chai lesion.
Mr. Ron? Bannister killed two hogs
a f?*w days ago 18 mouths old averag
ing each -1-10 pounds.
In a row in our town jii Insi at
unlay night, Dick Ball, a colored
man, was badly wounded.
Mr.aB. Frank Slater will have a
line lot of horses here on Sunday.
Look out for them.
A colored Uiau had his hand badly
mangled in Mr. Daniel Livingston's
gin ou Tuesday. His wounds were
treated by Dr.'s Hydr ck und Sal ley.
Mr. W. F. Robinson desires to re
turn his thanks to the citizens au d
firemen who rendered such valuable
assistance to him at the recent tire at
Wc regret to learn of the. death nt
Cokesbury, of Dr. David Keunerly,
son of Mr. SB. Keunerly, formerly of
our County. Ho had ju.-t graduated
at the South Carolina Medical Col
"We have heard it suggested that
the Ed is to Rillcs have an advantage
over the new company, where heavy
ordnance is needed inasmuch as the
former has two cannons where the
JnUcr has only ouc.
The dwelling aud three outbuild
ings on the plaee of A. T. Cain, a
colored fanner of Middle Township,
were destroyed by lire on last Friday
evening. A considerable quantity of
provisions and other articles wer e
We would like to know w hat fiend
entered our school room last Thurs
day night and carried off our chair.
Another chap has run off with our
scissors, and we are now clipping with
our little bowie Luife. We put this
in as a warning.
We see by the Columbia Wry**t*r,
that our acting l'ostmanter, K. A.
Webster, mot, a few days ago, in
Columbia, in Republican caucus,
with K. W. M. Mackey and other
luminaricAto artangc about the pros
pective loaves and fishes.
Mothers, thmk of the battle that
is being waged by worms against the
life of yuur ehild. There is no night
of rest with them; they light to kid
Shriner's Indian Vermifuge will
annihilate them. Only 25 cents a
~? ? ? ?
On last Thursday night about 11
o'clock, Marshal Cannon discovered
Mr. Street's stables afire. Hud it not
been for the fortunate circumstance
of his passing at this time a destruct
ive fire may have been the result It
appears that it originated from ashes
which had Leen thrown out the pre
Mr. Harpiu Riggs is certainly the
most unfortunate man in Orangeburg
for receiving injuries to his person.
On last Saturday he got up on a bench
which tilted with him and ho fell on
the arm which had been cut up by his
gin and bruised it, and knocked his
shoulder-blade out of [dace. He has
had it replaced however, and is at
tending to his business u? usual.
It is with pleasure ihm wc note the
improvements and accessions to nur
towu which are constantly occurring.
Mr. A. W. Myer, of Kidgevillc is
now laying tho foundation of a resi
dence on Cedar Street near the Rail
road. Wc welcome him as a citizen,
and hope he will never repent having
made his home amongst us.
?i ? ? ? ? ?
Mr. Robert Copes, cur efficient
County Treasurer, who is ever look
ing to the interest of the tux-payers,
has succeeded this year in leasing out
several tracts of forfeited land, which
would otherwise have been dead pro
perty to the State. He is authorized
by a lav/ on our statute books to take
this course, aud ho is probably ouc of
tbo first Treasurer's of tho State who
has utilized this law for the benefit of
the people. j
Wc regret to learn of tho con tin
uod illness of several of our citizens.
Cnpt. Murray Robinson has been very
ill lor some days. Mr. Henry Mo
Kewn was in a critical condition last
week, but was a shade better at last
accounts. Mr. Daniel O'Catn, whose
injury we mentioned in our last,
although suffering, is doing as well as
can be expected.
The lecture winch was to be deliv
ered by Rev. J. D. A. Browne before
the ^ ouiig Mens Christian Associa
tion at their rooms oil last. Tuesday
evening was postponed until next
Tuesday evening in consequence of
the inclemency of t,l?e weather. We
hope the lecturer will he cheered with
a good uudhnce as we have no doubl
that all who come oul will he pleased
and i oh* ted.
\\ ? v* ? <)i\\ iu'eed Ihiiii ii s i jut
laue in mil iow o tverv g? titleiuan
who Sillies : ..??ii :-' US if mi IUU
olbci side oi Muson-j and Dixou'
line a.- a consumptive. We know ol
one individual who was so rcprosenl -
ed who has been < oughiug ever since,
although he is as sound as a dollar
He seems to he a ppi eiicn.-i vc that I ho
continuance of such ymc?: leading
may ultimately throw him into a
It was our p-ensure yesterday to
enjoy a social chat with Mr. James
Mo-*, Mr. W. W. Oliver and Dr. T.
K. Keller of St. Matthews. We arc
giad to note that the people con
template putting up a neat and sub
stantial bchool house in that com
munity and that they are looking out
for a suitable model. Such efforts for
?ducalioi.nl advancement are sources
o. I >.coi ipenu nt. Too little attention
is paid to our school houses.
Lev S Lander, oi Will in tust on
Female College, was on a viy'u to our
town dining the week. We believe
he ri pii-M-iils 11 c only institution in
our State which entries into practice
the uitr stu*ly jt/im. We confess we
are luv? rith'13 impressed with it, and
all the students with whom we are
Hctjuiiinled are enthusiastic in their
admiration ol the system. The unity
and concentration which is gained by
the periodical pursuit, of one subject
certainly liu> its advantages.
Mr. Stotidenmire informs us that
he has every reason to believe that
the fire in Lewisville, an account of
which has appeared in our paper, was
not an accident, but tho work of an
incendiary for purposes of robbing,
which were accomplished. The fact
that bis keys were found in the ashes
while none of the specie has been dis
covered after diligent search gives
strength to this supposition. Mr. S.
desires to return thanks to the citi
zens o; Lewisville nho have been so
kind in assisting him since his losses.
The military spirit seems to be on
the increase in our Burg. On Wed
nesdiiy evening a meeting was held at
the Engine House for the purpose of|
organizing a new Company to com
pete with the Ed is to Rifles, which ha
llow arrived at a considerable degree
of prosperity, and is composed of a
number of cur most excel h ot young
At the appointed time the meeting
was called to order by Mr. B. 1'.
Izlar, and Mr. C. S. Bull, was re
quested to uct as Secretary. After
a short discussion upon the object in
view, an organization was effected by
the election of the following olticerS:
Captain B 1* Izlar.
1st Lieut. A M Izlar.
2d " J 8 Sims.
3d '? C S Bull.
1st Scrgt. C K Jonet.
lid " A D Caution.
3d " W II Schiiltey.
4th " W F Kobiusou.
5th " L S liickenbaker.
1st Corpl. Willie Stewart.
2d " Lendo Kansdale.
3<1 " W K Williams.
4th " E S CtiHin.
Sec. und Treu?. A Ii Walker.
Wc think the cultivation cf this
spirit of friendly rivalry will be ben
eficial in its results. It will give life
to both the organizations, and awaken
an esprit ?/<? vorp* which Would not
otherwise exist. Wc wish long life
and prosjieriiy to both organizations.
Married, Ulli Dec. 18711, at the
residence id'the bride's father, by the
Rev. W. V. Chaplin,' Mr. Byson
Williams to Miss Rosa Hough.
Married 21st Dec. 1871?, at the
residence of the bride's father, Mr. J.
W. Nettles, to Miss Hilmer Kinard.
Married, 15th Jan. 1880, by the
Rev. W.F. Chaplin, Mr. K. L. Blew
er to M Erillic Reaves,
The dry weather has cast a gloom
over many of our farmers, some oi
them, thinking that it bodes u had
year for planting, and the cultivation
of the soil; but the true plan is never
to meet trouble hall way. Let our
people, be frugal and spend what
money they have to spare only at
those places where the middle men do
no" come in. Let them boy at one
price stores, and where they can get
a quitt pro quo for their money. Dol
lars w ill take care of themselves; the
diu.es and quarters are what they
should .vatch. Let not the glare und
glitter of fancy Mores carry them
awni and induce ihcui to purchase
articles at fanc\ prices, simply to gel
up name- for thetusclviM, Ihr permu
11c hi und abiding piospcriiy wiil .?.i
It lid only those who do :<?>! i.mil
h ; i i<oi<:.. to \t& (liken lit by nppnnr
their iiileie.-l < a in I \ u u<! |>u ! i licit
ui<itii v >v bei i' ii \\ ill tin them t he
mo.-1 guod. ft is said and almost
universally believed that that place
is in Ornngehurg, and that the ?litre
at which nil this should be done is
pi !sidcd over by fj, I). Kortjohu, the
champion ul low prices. lint w * will
not say more this lime in favor of
thi.s model merchant. Let it suffice
that \\u have given you the hint
w hut e to <oi. a
The epiict of our low., was dis
turbed <m Saturday uight by a col
ored man who was creating a row in
I read well lot. .Mar.sha.' Jones, who
was en duty in that portion of the
town, hearing the noise, proceeded to
the spot, ami noticing that the chap,
whoso mime we withhold, had a pis
tol, ordeied him in put it up. Instead
of . doing so he fimi at Mr. Jones, the
ball striking him in the forehead, but
fortunately glancing and thus indict
ing a severe flesh wound instead of u
mortal oil' , Iroin which it .seems there
was : n inn.ost miraculous escape.
Mr Jones, nothing daunted, imme
diately pursued his man. but without
sueees.s. He made his es ape, but we
have reason to believe he will yit be
captured, und if ho, we trust that he
will bff punished to the extent that he
will never again taisc hi* bund against
an officer of the peace.
Law breakers ought to be taught
that they cannot with impunity resist
public authority, or tike law in their
own hands. l he police must be sus
tained, under all circumstances, if we
wish to promote and maiutaiu the
security of the community. There is
never an excuse for resisting the
mm ? ? mm ? - - - -
In Memory <>t Calvin Hayden.
Whereas it has plcasod Almighty
God to remove from our midst our
worthy Brother Calvin Hayden lull
of years aud honors Beit
ReWiW, That while we bow in
humble submission to this afHictivu
dospeusutiou of Divine Providence,
We mourn with an inexpressible sor
row out irreparable loss.
\\> .-?/, , </, That in the death of
Brother Calvin Hayden Shibboleth
bodge has lost a member, who by a
long life of devotion to Masonic
principles has left us an ennobling I
U? W/W, That wc extend our
s/input hies to the aged widow aud
mourning children in this their hour
of sad bereavement.
litsolretl, That a page in our
minute hook he inscribed to the
memory of our departed Brother and
that the Secretary forward a copy of
these resolutions to his family, and
that they he published.
Farming implements, of every
description, can be had at Mr. I'. G.
Cannon's at very low prices. Call
soon and get your supplies for 1880.
A leather. Pocket-book containing
a school teachers pay certificate. The
owner can have the same by culling
at this olKce, pioving property and
paying lor this^ndverliseuieiit.
January 20, 1KH0.
A large stock of boitled goods,
such us porter, ales, ginger, mmIii,
seltzer, and puro crab appie eitler, al.
of which will be .-old cheaper than
i an be bought elsewhere in Ibis mar
ket, at Z J. King's.
ICob is aa<l IAiii;? 11? 12 urc,
But hang your crutches on the old
oaken peg, and seize the Hr.st oppor -
tunity i) be permanently cured.
Rheumatism, Contracted MusjIos,
Still" Joints, Frosted Feet, llcudaaho
Far ache, Pain in Breast, Side and
Back will yield to that powerful
remedy, known as Cousscns Light
ning Liniment, which is good for man
and beast. Price 50 cts. a bottle.
For sale, by Dr, Jt G, ^Yanuamaker.
A I urge assortment of fi n?_* cutlery
just in nod for sale. Jow d< wn at L)r
J. G. Wittthamakcr's.
i'on TOiglif 35s well try to Pick
A quurrel with a graven image, or
do any other impossible thing as try
to sell any other preparation for
Piles, il 'fabler's I3u< koye 1 ile Oiut
niont f!>t, bod. I* ii tho nnlv
rnmcdv for T>;1r,? thof will niiro obsiti
? <:i'? o^onc l'.-b'r? f)0 r-tq For sa'o
bv T>r J n WflnnimnVw
... ._.1 i. . ,u!
Corrected every week by Messrs. IJui.L
I'llii'Av. .1 a unary 5,1 ISSO.
('<; T|. >N
Line Middling. 11'?< 11 i
. Udinar\.loA,,, I ,
P tU'isbi .S
(?ins . r.o
eodder, per 100 His. ~b
Kou-li Kir..$ 1 20
totjik >i e;i:h*? or ms:
v i j? i: i> i; a* t ts t.ii k xt ?> i?'
t i i K to iv 31 O 5?' O is a x ii K
An Ordinance to Amend the t)r>lianance
relating to the Fire Department of the
Town of Oraitgvbiirg idoptcd March ?ttli
licit Ordlined by the Mayor and \bler
ineii a-sc moled; ibai ine Cliief ujul *cccud
assistant Chiel uflhe Fire Department -hall
be elected by the joint ha I lot of the Town
I'on licit, ami tin; two highest officers "of the
Charted Companies of the Fire Ucp irLinciit.
That thu fir-t a-s;>i:int Chief shall '<?? cloet
ud by Town Council; Thal eI?? - Muvor of
the Town shall he cx-ollicio a member of
tlit /.'bard of File Masters. All parts of]
ibis Ordinaiu.r regulations in conflict
with lid* Ordinance so far as iln-y are in
consistent herewith iire repealed. l>>n- i
Council tlii- Tilt il iv of April 1*7-1.
J. \V. MUSKI.KY. Mav.tr.
23_ ' :;t
N i >T I k ! I '..
OF KICK OFt 0. COMMISSIONER'S,
< Jrangebiirg County,
Orangebiirg, S.C., .Inn I SSO.
Notice i-= hereby ^iven that lue /frhisfCM
herein named, will be. lei out for repairs, to
the lowest responsible bidder, on the days
Kor ?II contracts over and above one
bombed dollars a bond, with two good
snri es for tin- faithful perforniaiieu of con
tract, will b? reipiired.
The li^ht to reject any and all liids is
Uowes //ridges, North I.diso? Khar.
Fell. 17, l**o, CJ u'chKsk .b.
Four Holes, //ridge. Five Notch lloa-l,
Feb. 18, IN-sU. 11 o'clock.
(ioodbys Holt- bridge. Slate road. Feb
IS, 1SS0, 2 o'cloek.
i/nshy //'ranch bridge, Stale road. Feb
15?, 18.10, lOo'ebick.
Providence bridges, State road, Feh til,
lhSO, \2 o'cloek.
llor-e Ittingu bridge, State road, Feb 19
lHf>u, :: o'clock.
Halfway Swamp bridge, Poplar and /'ine
tirove Townships, Fe'> 21, 1880, 12 o'clock.
Sealed bids will be received at ibis office
tintii the hith February 1880, for lite con
tract of boxing trees in Court Mouse yard.
The lowest bidder will be awarded lltesatiitt.
lufuriualion can b?i obtained from the Clerk
of ihe /.'oard. The right to reject any and
all bills i? reserved.
Jiv order of the //oard.
L. 11. WANN AM A KE?,
Clerk Board Co.Com., O. <'.
ian 'j:< It
~S?siriff's Sales. "
//y virtue of Sundry Warrant on Lien In
me directed. I will sell at thu Plantation of
S S llaigler and Wilson /.eitler in 'ioodbys
Township, on Tuesday the laird day of
Feburary 1880, for easli, to the highest
biihh r, the following crops, to wit .
2 bu?hels corn, more or lci?s.
50 bundle*. Fodder.
80 bushels Cotto'i seed. Seized as crop
of Edward I'on nor, under warrant on Lien
to T (I Suowdcn.
?l<> bushels corn, more or les-i,
.') bushels rough Kice, more ur less,
1] bushels Peas, more or less,
?00 lbs Fodder, more or less. Seized as
crop of Wilson Zeigler under warrant on
Lieh io T 0 Suowdeii.
About I'll bundles of Fodder. Seized
as crop of Martin Kein, under warrant on
lei ii lo 1" li. Snowden.
At the late resilience of Win Peel, in the
Fork nfEdislo, on the same day, 1 will seilet
I?0 bushel< corn, ne-re or less,
20 " cotton seed " "
I 2000 His Fodder '? " "
2 .Stacks Sweet Potatoes '? '' Seized as
crop of aaiii Win Peel, under warrant on
Lein to *.?eo. II Coruelson.
fly virtue of an Execution to me directed
I will sell on the third day of Feburary
1880, at the I'iaiitntion of John Moorcr in
* Irangi burg t 'ojmty :
About l.iuu Ins Fodder,
iS b ihhels corn,
1<> '? cotton seed
A ul of lire straw,
5 1! eail 111 igs,
1 />ank l'ota'o Slips. Lei veil on as
properly of Toney Tyler, at the suit of
Siierill '.s Office, Orangcburg I'ouni;., S|C.
.bom in ? /lb 1SS0.
I an "J". '-'t
OFFICE OF C?>. COMJ/UrSlONER'.S,
(lUAN'OKIIUUO Cot.'NT^ ,
Oraugebiug, S. C, January, I2tb, 1880.
Notice i-^ hereby given, that by virtue of
m order ol ihe Court, dated, January Sth
1880. Ihe property belonging lo the County,
Known as "Club "House," situate in Lyons
Township, in the County and Sk.te afore
said, will he sold, at tho Court lion e in tho
Town of Orangebiirg, on ihe tirst Monday
Feburary 1880, being tho second day of
said month," lo the highest bidder, for cash,
purchaser <>r purchasers to pay for papers
By Order of the Hoard.
L. II. wann am A K ER,
c. a. c. c. o. c.
j&n 10 3t
SHAVING AND HAIR-DRESSING
Don * in tlii* most approved si vie bv J . II.
MATTHEWS, un KAperienccd' BarW, on
Market Streut, in rear of the PostoHiee.
I an 9
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I
Hv.tkh Gktu Habd.
Can in: Made a.ii Stkknotu DxaiKXD. J-ao/
Twicn ab Loito.
CImuh Cwsd witfcout Druggtag Um Dyrtea.
Chills and Few,
Bick Jt Kemna
Tliose Pad* Oure an Dlncanca by Absorption. No
Ifuziou.1 1'ilh.Oll.i.r.r I'olsonous Medictnr? are taken
Into the Stomach. The VtvS? are worn otct tho I'll
of the Stomach, covcrinjf tlio Uroat Nerve Centra,
aUo the 1.1 vir and Stomach. A Rcntlo VegetaMa
Tonic I? BMorbed intnthccirt-utalinnorUic Illoodand
Ltrer.purifyloK UieUlood.s?miilatintfthe Liverand
Kidnry? to healthy action, and atrrnfrthcnlnK tho
Stomach toillcr? t food. I'nicK of 1'ad* tl and (.!
savu. Sold bt all DaPOOIBTI, or acnt by MaJ
ManufArturc! at 59 ti 41 Nouni Libk&ty St?
Hv virliii; <if an Executions to me <!i
reeled, I will <wll on the fir.?l Monday in
February, IS8U, :it the Court House t? ?
Orauxchurg, at thou ual hours of sale, tu
tlit highest ladder for rash, ad thai certain
traet of !:???! in Oi angcburg Counly. eon
laiuim; ?'ii?1 hundred :mil sixteen acres,
more or Ivm, aial hound hv hitnls nf Martha
Williams. J K. Knotts," J. A. Wulfe and
others. Levied on u* property of 1!. U.
Cooke, nt the -'.dt of ,L A. Cooke.
J. II. LIVINGSTON.
Jan 16 S. <>. C
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
11HK countenance is- pale and leaden
- colored, with occasional flushes, or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
checks; the eyes become dull; the pu
pils dilate; an azure semi' irclc runs
along the lower eye-lid ; the nose is ir
ritated, swell*, and sometimes bleeds ;
a swelling of the upper lip; occasional
headache, with humming or throbbing
of the ears; an unusual secretion of
saliva; slimy or furred tongue; breath
very foul, particularly in the morning;
appetite variable, sometimes voracious,
with a gnawing sensation of the stom
ach, at others, entirely gone; fleeting
pains in the stomach; occasional
nauf.cn and vomiting; violent pains
throughout the abdomen; bowels ir
regular, at times costive; stools slimy;
not unfrctiueritly tinged with blood;
belly swollen anil hard; urine turbid;
respiration occasionally difficult, and
accompanied by hiccough; cough
sometimes dry and convulsive ; uneasy
and disturbed sleep, with grinding of
the teeth; temper variable, but gener
ally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. McLAXE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DORS NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form; it is an innocent prepara
tion, net capable of doing the slightest
injury to the most tender infant.
The genuine 1)k. McI.anf.'s Vf.k
Ml fuck hears the signatures of C. Me
Lank and Flemish Hkos. on the
DR. C. r!cLA?E,S
tire not recommended as a remedy " for nil
the ills that flesh is heir lo," hut in affection*
of the liver, and in all 1U1 ions Complaint'.,
Pyspcpnin nml Sick Headache, or disease*of
that character, tliey stand without a rival.
A C U E A N D F EVER.
No belter cathartic can be u ?etl preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative tliey are uncquulcd.
CEWAKE Ol' i .11 itation'm.
TliC genuine are never sugar coated.
Kach box lias a red wax sea! on the lid with
the impression Dk. McI.ank's Lrvrnt I'n.l.s.
Kach wrapper bears the signatures <if C.
McLANKaml Fi.f.mimj Hsos.
i Insist upon having ihe genuine Dr. C. Mc
LANK's I.ivkk This. pre]iared by Fleming
Uros., of Pittsburgh. Pa., ihc market being
full of imitations of the name McL(tnet
spelled ilifTcrently hut Mime pronunciation.
The undersigned hereby give* notice
that In- will file his thud account as
Guardian of Henry W . Bozurd, with Hi
Honor: 7 he Trobale Judge of this County
on i he Kith day of l'ehnrary next, anil ask
lor his Letters ul Dismission.
J. L. BOZARD.
Jan. iCth 1SS0.
put hi 3l
G?LLETL' GIN WORK?,
A U< "1 IT ST A, < J A.
IPLANTERS who wish to have their old
(lias ?f any Make ItEPAlUED bv
lirst-ehiM workmen, should write us at once,
and have the work done ill early Spring,
when v.e arc not crowded with WOVk.
Termsca?>, prices moderate. (5IN SAWS
and HUSHES KEPA1RKU in the best man
O. M. STONK & CO.,
Augusta I in.,
Agnats for the OuHctl Gins, Plantation
Engines, Separators, Saw Mills iv.c
j:tn hi 2in
EST ATE NOT I CK!
All juTHons having claims against tho
Estate of .lumen D. slack, deeraxed, will
rendei this Fame, duly uttented, to the Pro
bate Judge of Orangcburg County, and
thono indebted will make immediate pay
1 uiont to BARNEY S. MACK,
I jau 2?4t Qualified Executor.
W. F. Robinson,
A n?l Jeweler,
m R?SSEL ST..
% OrniiKcbnrK, ?. C.
A TIME FOR ALL THINGS!
T A N DM ETI PS SEEDS have been on the
i j the Market since 1781. ami still keep
the lead I have the hA KU EST quantity
and collceiion ever brought tu Orangeburg,
whfch I warrant to he frc?h.
Purchase vonr SEEDS in lime, ami as I
l'cas. RfNins' and Coi*n
hv MEASURE it's lo your adviilago, and
von can gel a look til the Seed lieforc buy
ing. ALMANACS, wiiii valuable infuriiitt
lion. tree to customers.
! ii. w selling oil* my FA Id. STOCK of
V l.t?W MATES. Also will order Kiugf,
J.wt'ry, Silver a?'d Plated Ware below
Itelail l'lins. and attend to hepitiring of
.11 kind* in m> line.
W. i\ I tobinsoii.
i HE ST V I EOF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Ott A NU K Ii U U? COP NT V.
uv >?? a. iii.ovr.a, k.sijcm:f, eltoisATK JUIkiK.
Whereas, ffeorge liotiver, Clerk of the
Court "f Common Pleas, lutli' made
suit to me, to grant him Letters uf
Vtbniuistralion oftlie Estute und efleets of
It ober t Huffman, deceased.
'I he.se are therefore lo cite and adinunhh
all and singular the kindred and Creditors
of tin- raid Poliert Huffman, lato ?1
Orangeburg County, deceased, that tlicy bo
and appe.tr, before m..-. in the Court
<>f Probate, to be held at Orangeburg, C. Hi,
on 7:h February next, after publication
hereof, ut 11 u'c'-ock in ilia forciiouu, tj
show came, 'f any they hare, why the staid
Administration should not be granted.
Viiven under my Hand, this -Vth day of
I>? cemb. :, Anno Domini lST'J.
11. s.J C. B. GLOVER,
Judge of Probate, Orangeburg County,
jan J lit
Horses ! Horses!!
I wi'l receive on Sunday Feb. 1st
!L hand, during the Season, a well select*
led stock of HOUSES and MULES at
Pith KS io suit the time*.
Those needing STOCK'will du wellt?
ST A ble8
CI N C Ijf IS ATI PHE A TO A" H
ami BUGCIES, always on hand.
B. ITranlc Slater.
nov -1 5m
We arc opening daily
Just in beautiful CASHMERES
in idack and all the fashionably
Taflcttas, Silks, Satins, Dingonals
in all shades.
Novelties in NECK WEAR
by every Steamer
The LATEST STYLES and PAT
TERNS in all Good-3.
J?frir You cati secure more Elegance
and Excellence, and yet practice
than ever bcfore.-VBa
Beautiful DRESS GOODS nt 12*
in Linens nnd Long Oloth?, we are
our COSMOPOLITAN SHIliTSat
at old Low Prici .s.
ForOhPand Young at tho most rea
Carpets in Large^ Variety at very
OOj\?3?j and take look at
WILSON LI( HTNING
The CHEAPEST and one of tho
Rest Sewing Machines in tho Mar
Always on hand. Also Needles,
Attachments, Oily, etc., at Factory
MME DEMOUEST'S Fall and Win
tor Reliable Patterns on hand and.
in full variety.
I invite all to call and examine
my IMMENSE STOCK, and LOW
PRICES. No fault will bo found if
you do not buy. Remember
Fashionable Dry Goodg Emporium