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THE OftANGEBURG NEWS
EVERY1SAT?RDAY" MORNING, .
at the
"OLD TIME" PRIOB;
Two Dollars per. Annum in Advance.
.MU?T INVARIAULY" ACCOMPANY THE
SURSORIPTION.
?0-Country Produce Inkoh at Market Rates.
??_?<>__ ja op
??r- We respectfully request our friends to
tend in their Advertisements as early in the
Vfeek as convenient; and if possible, let us have
then* hy Tltursday evening. By this means, ice
tcill he able to issue at an earlier hour on Satur
day, and trill be enabled to glee more of the
tatest netcs, up to the time of ultr going to press.
reading maTTe1m5n every page:
LOCAL ITEMS.
?SATURDAY MORNING, NOV., lti, 18tJ7.
Church Elections.
Tho following gentlemen were elected on
Saturday tho Oth inst., Stewards of Eastern
Change Circuit;
D. L. CoNNOR, Recording Steward.
J. S. F?NC?KSj District Steward.
a. M. Snell.
t). W. Snblt*
3r. g. carn,
li. P. Collier-.
A. J. Rl'ple.
A. G. Collier.
The District Court
Cnhvcned on Monday last, Judge Lv.oare
presiding. The 'amount nf business transacted
was considerable, and of tho usual character
Coming before this District institution.
The following nro the principle cases decided
during the Mission :
St.de vs. Pedriek Haue?Assault and Rat
lory. GlILTY.
Slate, vs. Catharine C'orbctt.?Assault and
lottery. guilty.
State v?. Lazarus Black?Larceny. Guil.ty.
State vs. John Martin?Assault and Rat
tory. Nol. Pros.
State vs. .Marshall Aniaker?Assault and
Mattery. Nor.. Pros'.
Statt? v*. Ahrain M. Dukes?Assault and
llattcry. Nor.. Pliof?,
State v?. Lewis II. Shulcr?Assault ninl
Rnftery. Nor.. Pros;
State vk. William Walling?Assault and
Ihdtery, with Intent to kill. Guilty <?*' A.*.
M'l.T,
Stato^vs. IluwelJ Cooper?Assault and Rat
tery. Not Gl.'i ltv.
State vs. Alfred Summers?Assault and
lUttory, G i'ii.tv.
State vs. Pore?? Stnkos-*-Trospass. Not
Grir.tv.
State v?. George Graves?-Larcenry. Plea
or Grii.tv.
t StaH vs. Fatiina Salley?Trespass. Nut,.
l?fco?.
State v.l. Richard Dnwson?Assault and Bat
tery. Not.. Pros.
State vs. Stephen Funchess?Larceny.
Guilty.
State vtf, Joseph J. Douglass?Bastardy.
Not Guilty.
State vs. Joseph J. Douglass?Bastardy.
s.oi.. Pirns.
State vs Sambo Priuce?Larceny. Gl*IL
Mate vr. Pranois Wnnnuniaker?Assault
ttcry. Plea ok Guilty.
State vs. Dorcas Stokes?Trespass. Ni>t
GUILTY.
State VS. Ned Rutlcr?Lircony. NotGc'IL
ty.?
Slate v?. Wi?5- * _ ,
..in Jones, Lewis Jones. Amos
.nines and Mosgs Hngood?Grant) Larceny.
Nor,/ Pm??.
Htate Y?, Jtaac Murehison?Grand Larceny.
GlSiVTY.
jt.taie Wi K\m. Ltvingw^a, Will L?vt?g*roti.
4<wy tf?'te&iton, Rufus 1W
?ttrfe v?. 1>. Trank Wilson, and George
iFnmor?Trespiins. D. Frank Wilson, Gi'jlty,
(.George frascr Not Guilty.
State v?<; Eliza Washington?Larceny. NotO.
3?ro*.
State vs. Daniel Murphy?Uarsc Stealing.
*Npr CSeji-ty.
State vs. Daniel Murphy?Larceny. Plea
of Guilt v.
State vs. Punic! Felder?Idirecny. Gril/rv.
The Oraingebnrg Hotel.
At the courteous request of Mr. William
son, the proprietor of the abovo hpu.se, wc
Dave been through the establishment and noted
the great improvements ho is making in tho
premises. The house has undergone a thorough
refitting, and wo arc confident will be conduct
ed in a stylo which will challenge comparison
with any other Hotel in the interior for com
fort and good fare. Mr. Williamson's rates
uro quite reasonable, and wo bespenk for him
from the people of Orangeburg a liberal sup
port.
XZTXSX -. -
New Ad vert isoin cuts.
JJ6F" Sco Noticp in EtjuUy.
Onion Sets at EzEKi?b&-Koun'h. !
*?-Seo Sboriff's Sales for December.
fi^-Sce Citations for Letters of Adminis
tration.
B&~ Mr. T. D. "Wot.rH advertises 50 bunches
of Yarn below the market price.
??fe?" Attention is culled to the advertisement
of tho Commissioner in Equity of Sales for
January, I8G8. > ? ? <
JBQr The winter season is on us, and wood is
high. Persons who have to buy wood, and
would be economical in its use. would do well
to call on our enterprising townsman Mr. WM.
"WiT.i.CMK.'K nnd get one of those tirst-chiss
Cooking or Heating Stoves, as they not only
save wood but labor, and in these days ot free
dom, when it is very hard to keep n servant,
they are more especially needed, as the lady of
the house with one of these stoves can uttend to
her own cooking with the greatest case. Mr.
WlLLCOCK warrants every stove purchased
and from hi in furnishes the necessary Utensil?.
See his advertisement in this issue and give
him a call.
HYMENEAL.
Maiuukii?On the 21th October, 1HU7, by the Her.
Win. Ilutto. Mr. 1). W. CROOK to Miss MARY ann
C. UAtGLBH. All of Ornngcbiirg District.
Consignees per South Carolina Kailroad
Keniailling' in the Depot to Date.
Dr. 15. W. Rates. .1. Stromati, .1. II. Felder, D. t\
Rowc, J. 1). Smoke, S. Livingston, 1). Smoke, D.
Diintzlcr, A. Smoke.
/'/?/' AVyorai.
Dr. Frederick.
In accordance with orders received from the Su
|icrhttcit'lcut, Storage will hereafter be charged on
Goods remaining in the Dcjiol lor an unreasonable
length of time. W. t'. MEREDITH,
Agent.
COMMERCIAL.
OrrinK or the On.\N(i?:iii*iio Ni:ws,
November 1"?, 1807.
t'OTTON.?Sales this week nutoiml to about 1 10
bides, which sold at the following rates :
Ordinary. '1^
Middling. 1^1
Strict Middling.
I'orvtl Rn'j??Is in g<?<id demand at!;* j.v,
hil-dicl.
ti(U.l). [\2
SILVER. 22
l.r.wisvu.i.i:, S. ('. Nov. 1 I.
COTTON.?1-7 bales shipped tins week.
CORN.-.T-?7 bags shipped ihnliig the -nine time.
lteport of the CJutrleston Cotton Mar
ket for the Week Eliding Nov. 14.
ItflHU'tetfJtti' lite Onillt/ehttiy A*? ir.s [it/
W. WALTON SMITH. COTTON FACTOR.
On Friday, the first day of the week, now under
review. our market tied with ngood demand, mid
closing 0I'm, with an advance of |e. oil hist week's
limitations. The demand oil Saturday was modo
raie, bin became more active towards the close of
the day. with an additional improvement of jc. On
Monday the market opened i|iiict,iuid prices became
easier during the day, in untuc pulcy, tu the extent of
|e. The market was very active on Tuesday, and
although unfavorable news was received from Liv
erpool of ,td decline, the prices of the day previous
were maintained. On Wednesday tho market was
r-itict with a declining tendency, juices during the
day having fallen oil" a full |e. Tho market be
came rjuilc active on Thursday, hut owing to im.
favorable Foreign news, prices declined from j in
U\ Sales for the week about 5000 bales. We
?junto :
Low Middling.HI
Middling.lf,.J
St riet Middling.,.1 r,j(,j. \ 7
?n?
ORANGEItUEG RF.TAJL IMUOES.
COnURUTKO WKRK1.Y IlV IKRIvlKJ, * ROIIX.
RAGGING per yard.$ |]0/?OA
RALF ROPE ,.er lb...
iRon ties tv>"v -. ;;? ; "
n?--.? ? ortimg cotton, per lb i -(<< 11
...iCKS per M. ft -r>0
CANDLES per lb sperm. ft't(7t H>
" Adiimaiiliac. .>tif? ??"??"?
" Tallow. li")
COFFEE per lb Rio. Jlt?(? :'.:{
.* Laguayra. JO
.lava..'.. r,ft
CORDAGE pei-lb Mauilla. C0<?? ;!-">
FL'II Cod per lb. 1-'
llerriw" per box. 1 DO
" M ??*?*? erel per kit. (Hlf.t. 4 DO
FLOUR per 1ml Fine. 10 (?)(.. 12 (Ml
Super. 12 etlf/7 I t 00
Extra.- 1 I IHU" Hi <>?>
V.ily. 1"> OOtfi 17 00
" Nciv Staple "H Sn k. ? 0?o/> 7 fit)
GRAIN, O os. 1 27*
Corn. 1 <>?>
Pens. 1 eo
HIDES, per lb dry. <*. (? HI
INDIGO, per Hi Carolina. Pllfii 100
LIME, per bid. 7?
MOLASSES, per gallon. 7"?m 1 2'i
NAILS, per keg. ? ?OfTi 10 (HI
OILS. Kerosene per gal. SOfcV HO
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCK.
RACON, Hains per lb. 2'>(n M
o Sides ?< . ]H0, 22
" Shoulders " . \v,(? 20
RUTTER, Country per lb. 8fi
'? Goshen " . .|0(,i ?.r)
CHEESE. 2ft($87
IIB KP. 8(?-12
CHH'KESs. per do7.....v. 1 .r?0(?i 2 nO
FOWLS, *' ma?. 1 00(?"> (Hi
EGGS, ?* urn:;.;. -'?">
REESWAN, per lb.a..i. 25<$80
LAUD, per lb....i.;. 200, ?_,">
RICE, per lb Carolina.]2
SALT, Liverpool per sack.; 8 50? I 00
SHINGLES, per M;:.. ? (H)
I SOAR, per ib iiai-..:.: l?fr -'(?
STARCH, per lb.,.
CHEAP G??DSf
J.UST RECEIVED AT
?1 ?. I J f L 1 ?* ? i. ?
KEIT/T BROTHERS.
\\rK W0U!*P AGAI$ INFORM ph^t'RIENUS
T f tli:.t we arc'now receiving o.ur
?FALL ANP WINTER STOCK.OF
Dry Goods and Groceries,
Wliieli we offer on reasonable terms. If onr fri?ndn
will give uk n cull, wo hove no doubt we can make it
profitable to both parties.
We are also prepared to continue the shipping of
COTTON, RICE, &C,
to the well known house of
WILLIS & 01IISOLM,
Charleston, where prompt attention will be jriven to
the sale of the same at the HIGHEST MARKET
PRICKS, ami the money can be received at our
Ofiioa Jiurv, without one vent aval to U19 owner.
"VrOTIC/E,?OUR DKRTORS WILL PLKA8K
J_^j Remember us when thoir Cotton, and other
Produce is sohl, and settle up their old accounts.
KKITT BROTH ERS.
oct 19 c ly
BULL & SCOVILL,
HAYING MADE ARRANGEMENTS,
are now prepared to make liberal
ADVANCEMENTS
on Cotton or Produce, which will bo shipped
forward without delay, and consigned
FREE OF CHARGE
to the well known HOUSE of
E. H. Rodgers & Co.
QALES PROMPTLY PAID AT OUR
L^ OIKcc, or we will
inn im
CO. TON,
RICE,
PRODUCE. Ac
Paying full Market Prices.
T^ULL supply of
X BAGGING^
ROPE,
TIES,
Family Gmeries,
And general STOCK yf GOODS const -,;^.
vil h?.'?4i
ALSO
X(\ SACKS SALT JUST RECEIVED
? j\y und in good order. v
ALSO
JUST RECEIVED 3 DA I.KS FACTORY
Yarn on Consignment.
ALSO
NOTHER SUPPLY OK NEW FLOUR
A
from new Wheat.
Uneurreiit Money.
C1TATE BANK BILLS BOUGHT AND
kj Sohl by
BULL & SCOVILL,
fell 23
lo
Opening: Now at
BZEEIEL & KOHH
COMPRISING FULL STOCKS
or
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES.
Hardware, &c.,
5 INFORM TDK PUBLIC THAT
we tire the Agents lor the (Celebrated
Old Carolina Bitters,
(mo ol* the best Tunics now extant.
Now Landing
Hit) SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT,
1511 do Up Country FLOUR,
Which we uillSELL VERY LOW.
We diso want t ? * purchase
1000 Bushels
"1K
AT nit:
HIGHEST MARK KT PRICK.
We arc also ready to purchase
C O T T O N %
Or make, advances and SHIP THE SAME to
any Factor in Charleston
FHKK OF A AT Oll AH Oh
We. as usually, give the Highest Prices fur
GOLD, SILVER,
CNCUERENT MONIES
AM?
COUNTRY PRODUCE:
ich iiii ? yc
? 'WANTED ' a
$10,000 IN GREENBACKS,
-AT
THE OLD STAND,
JOHN ?. STOCKER & CO.,
CORNER STORE, RUSSELL-STREET AND KAIL HOAD AVENUE.
Great Fall in Cotton Goods!
WEST BRANDS OF CALICOES 15c. per yd. WARRANTED FAST COLORS CALICOES 12Je per yd.
. GOOD CALICOES M ADD Kit COLONS 10c per yd
WORSTED DELAINES, new FallStvlcs un<l llrighl Colors L'-'if per yd
DLEACIII'D SlIIKTINUH 7-H and 4 4 from 10 to Ma per yd
KENTUCKY JEANS, good, from 20 to 40c. per yd.
Besides the above may bo found n large Stock of HEADY MADE CLOTIITNCr. from
S5.00 (suitable for Freedmou) to $25.00 (fine English Cassiinere) per Sirit. BOOTS. SHOES,
mid FTC.
A Large Assortment of GROCERIES, Low for Cash or Barter. Highest Market Price
given for COHN, PEAS, GROUND PEAS, and
COTTON.
ninjll ly JOHN I>. STOOKKII f: CO.
''Old Established Jewelry House."
W. CAEHI2TGT0N & CO.
256 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINK WATCHES, JEWELRY AND STERLING SILVER WARE,
Silver Plated Goods, G?hl and Steel Spectacles, tine'Table and Docket Cutlery and Fancy Articles.
We desire to call attention of our Country Friend* to our Stock of SILVER' SPOONS and FORKS,
the largest in the State, which wo are now offering at Xcw ~Yorlc PriceH for Cash or City Accep
tance.
Our Large Assortment of COLD and SILVER WATCHES are of the best English, Swjss and Ameri
can Manufacture.
.Special Attention Given to tltc Repairing of Walches and Jewelry.
AC II NTS FOB AM KIM CAN WATCH COMPANY.
W. CARRIXGTOX. w. TIIOMAS.
uet ?> He ;{
THOMAS RAY
IS STILL TO BE FOUND AT THE LATE STAND OF
RAY & BHO'B,
IVpared lo do ?11 kinds of HIVPAllUNG and 111; I Mil NG NEW WAGONS. BUGGIES
built tt. order. JiLACKSM ITH WORK. IN (i ENKRAL attended to. with promptness ?nd
despatch.
From this date, T will keep const}jp,{]y \>\\ \\*\\(\
HEADY MADE COFFINS
OF EVERY DKSCUIPTION, FROM TDK FINEST TO TDK CHEAPEST VARIETIES.
Charge}, as modorato as the times will admit.
YAH-\lSHi:S and FAINTS constantly on hand.
Also two barrel* M A XI FATTEN AX LH G KM ASF, fur greasing Wagon and Buggy
Axles* <Ji:c? for sale at low rates.
sept 29?lye THOMAS HAY.
.pq"~ . .'~
IWOULD It ES PECT FULLY INFORM THE CITIZENS <>F OEANGEHURG AND THE ADJOINING
Districts that I a in .-till at my <>M Stand, ready In du any work hi uiy line at the Shortest Notice.
1 have on lutnd several New and Second hand CAItEIAGES and HCGtMES, alto lw? WAGONS, one
4 Horse and one i.
?ALSO?
I have established a
LUMBER YARD
and will keep constantly on hand HOARDS, SCANTLING, &t\, of all kinds usually ui dem&nd, and enn
nil all Orders with Despatch.
My Cotton Oins and Press are in perfect ord^diul ready ta.GIN on TOLL for all thni* wh? may
favor inu witli their Cotton tho coming Season.
I ?m Agont for
Dillon's Universal Cotton Tie
AND IRON HOOF FOR BALING COTTON.
Iron Hoops for Haling Cotton being largely im use in the South, and being sold much cheaper than
Hope, the propriety of using lltem in place of llopc; is brought to the attention of (he Planters. These
Tics arc great Preservers of Cotton, when baled, from Fire. Every Tie is perfect, ami ready for immc
,tt'Vwil*l keep constantly on hand n hit of the L'uivcrsal Tie and Iron Hoop, which I will sell at Charles
ton prices?12 vents, expenses added.
\ sample >?!' the above Tie can be seen at tins Office, where it may be compared to the Arrow Tie.
Persons then can judge for themselves, which they prefer.
I I A HPIX RIGGS.
aug
04 u Lv
rnnU IIIOUKST CASH MA It K KT PUIOE GIVEN
.JL for nil kind of COUNTUY IMtODCCE, Dees
HTiti, Tallow, Hides, Furs. etc., etc.. by
K/.EKIEL & KOIIN.
feb 23 y 1 >
IS II KltF.ltY GIVEN THAT A IMM.ICATK >N WILL
he made in III reo months from date, to the re
spective Corporations below un in cd, for renewal of
Certificates of I Shares of South Western Itailroml
liunk Stuck. 1 Shares of South Carolina llailrood
Stork, which were the property of Miss Elizabeth
Iticketibaker. now deceased, ami were lost or de
mroved during the rtreefit wnv. <
Ornugchurg, S. f., ) DONALD It. HAIITON.
Scpl 28, 18(57. I Administrator.
Hept ?H lam Ihn
STATE OF SOt'TIi C.MtOLINA. I .... ,.
.. . t itation.
Orangohurg District. j
Dy 1'. A. Mr MICHAEL, Es?,.. Ordinary.
Whereas, Margaret Cook und .lohn W. Patterson
hath made suit to me In grant them Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and effects of Joseph
Cook, deceased.
These arc therefore to cite and admonish all ami
singular the kindred and Creditors of the said
Joseph Cook, deceased, that they be nnd appear*
before me in the Court of Ordinary, to be held nt
Orangeburg C. H., on the 'J'.'lh day of November,
inst., after publication hereof, at II o'clock in the
forenoon, jo shew cause if any they have, why the
uanl Administration should not be granted,
(liven under my bund this I2|h day of November
Anno D?mii i, I8?7. I'. A. Mc.M IC II A L. ?
nov l???Jt O. O. D.
17OH HALB, AT 75 ( TS PK? QUIRK:
^ WRITS,
("OPV WIUTS.
Fl. PAS. IN CASK.
PI. PAS. IN DBRT.
St'RPCKN.lS n.l It KS PON DKN HU M in EQUITY,
AT 1.50 PER QUIRE:
DECLARATIONS ON SEALER NOTE,
PAYKK vh. MAKER,
At
OR AN0E1H"RC5 NEWS OFFICE,
Sept 2K J
riMIK mokmx^ STAIC>vl?u1?IIbh-i
J[ c?l Unit v. except Sunday, itl Wilmington, N\
('., by WM. II. BERNARD, No. ? Soiith Water
Street. The cheapest Dally Newspaper in North
ar South Carolina! TIIK STAR rornnirts Lntcsl
Telegraph Dispatches, Local Ne*^ Report** of Mar
kets, ami (iciicrnl Intelligence.
Mnilc<1 to Subscribers at $-.">(> fur t'? .Mouths,
gSl/Jii for :'. Mu\Uhv
A<tvcvU*ing Rales tower than tliose of any Daily
Newspaper iu either of the Carolinas!'
Address all Coihiininicntions to
WM. II. HKRNARD, Proprietor,
li*v 2 .-? Wilmington, N. C;
7 an;u> ( iiok k stoc k cat
/ Ho.?? Cows capable of giving over two gal
ions milk per ilsy, each. '1 Yearlings, -nl^ fat.
Also I good two Horse Wagon and Harness, iron]
axle ami Cilv niade.' 1 srcoinl hand Carriage anu
Harne?*.' Apply to W. OA KM AN.,
' Near Kastei;ljn's Mill'
liov - - I m' Oranjrcburg District
LEGAL? Mfiofe.
lly virtue of sundry writs of fi/ fa., to me directed,
I will Hell to the highest bidder, jit Ornngeborg
1'nnrt House, oh the first MoVtflw'yHA ^ClMer
next, for cosh the. following properly vis %
One Tract of TLniul containing foHy-twOJieTci
moro or less, ndjolnibg InnOrtif, V. It. 'Irbfk'xtnd JI*
Cogswell, levied on.as thp prnp^rfv.flf ir?^\f^f0'
ALSO .,?,{-,/ snjm,
Four Mules, two Horscs/two "vtag?ne. two KIn
Cotton; lot of angin?! Cottoft*,- 400 fAUlftfc?-r?JShi
jiorp or less, "i(?)0 pounds Fodder, juiorjo, /y *fcyM|<)0
bushels Ilice more or less, and other "article*, levjed
on as tb* to-operty Of Mrs. Ann ei'hnHVcWjW'vTie
sub of J. II. Andrews' undC. S. HMta miata cftli
Twi
on uh
Keller and I). W/Snell. i'ul'U* J--.7h*ai?<f?
w.n^uwifti*
On
>o fiorses, one Wagon, and one UpagiVf-ieTTed
ithe property of 1/ A. Tilt,"tit tTie WitVoTxrA/
?r and D. W/Snell. eilt In '??M'Wmdt
. Sheriff s Office,, , \ | J. \f;MWMMkw
Onnigeborg C. TT.. S. C., V . . . B,O..V/
? November 12, 1807. J ' ' " ??' '
novit? ff ./niia'M
Commissioner's J$L$#
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN Ay'
OltANCKDL'KU DjsthicT/ ,1>w<* *
'?d il'nl*
Charles 1J. (Hover, et. al. | bill for 9T#tlf
vs. J. - v ?
Jno. L. (Hover, et. al. ) PirrtlH?h.1??*
Under order in Equity in this case,1 rwlll'/JeiPnt
Ornhgchtirg on Monday, the 2d December next,.the
House ami Lot. known as the ??Old ,Sch6ol House,"
in the Town of Orangeburg, containing ?m?' ncreu
more or less, and bounded North, on the Catholic
Ibit'lnl (trotiml and a lot conveyed to IL lt.. lijerrWt
by Mr. lirigguotun. east on n street tit nlley; couth,
on lots of 11. WiUiamstih and 1. P. Thoms,onf..-.nn?I
west by the ^Methodist Church lot, torso much
cafdi as will pay expenses of ??uit and sale, and(he
balance on a credit of three mouths, secured by lbs
retention of the titles until the day of payment.
And in case of failure to pay, resold on tue 'ilr*&
Monday in the succeeding month. .:'il>l<?*?
Nov. fitli, 1su7. JOS. F. ItOBISSON.,;,
nov 51?til Special Commissioner.
?, . j , ' i t >i 7 t> t
ALSO , ,.*
Jno. T. Inabiuet, Adm'r, et. al. \ Dill for
Aim C. Inabinct, el. ul. j l'artition.
Pursuant to an order made in the nbovo 'stated
case, will be sold before the Court House in Ornngo
burjr. on the first Mdndny in December next"' aif fnat
Plantation lying and being partly in ? Orang^lfuTg
ami partly in Lexington Districts, i ontaining .about
six hundred and eighty acres') more or less, bounded
by lands of John Hooker, tletil Simmoifs??Whi.
Knolls, Thomas llohiusou and C. Dcr.iuln.*> ..,biv%
Terms of sale?so much cash us w ill defray the
expense of these proceedings, und thf'ndlaUce' 5? a
credit of twelve months, purchasers giving'.bond
with two good personal suritics, bearing la.1!*1
from the day of sale, with n mortgage of tne ' '
ises to secure the payment ut the purchasentonay
nml to pay for papers and reyvttUij stamps. } j ^
ALSO >- )V{ 9dA
John C. Ifarvev et. iix., Adm'r, 1 Hill for Partition
vs. I of
Alice T. Kontz, et. al. j Heal Estate.
lu pursuance of niiler f?F the Court of Equity, will
be sold at Orungcbitrg C. II., en Monday, the t!d of
December next : I IT/.tu i:i"'na
All that tract of hind, consisting of three lots in
the Town of Orangcburg. on Amelia Street, bound
ed north by lauds of F. II. W. 4lr|ggnnitin,.f!j9t by
lot iif C. T. Dunham, south by Amelia Street, and
west .by estate lands of S. N. KennorJy; daottn 1>eing
n part of the estate Latids of Joseph T. Keutx, de
Ten ns?Oue-th'ml cash, the kalfintc. on & credit, of
twelve months with iutcrcst from day,of sple^ j?fXa*
ble tiunually. purchasers to give hondSvttn app?6ve<l
sureties, with a mortgage of the premise's to scou're
payuieutof the purchase mouey, and l1?JAJ'QTJMllL1*
1 and revenue stamps.
I f ? - it i' > r.di
ALSO.
UlllfOV 41
S. M. Kemmerlin and S. S. Haiglcr, ] Hill fur
Jeremiah -It Hey. j Forc^osbi*?.
Pursuant to nn order in the foregoing eHsV,','ilni
be sold on the 1st Monday in December mxt; before
the Court House in Omiigehurg, the tract of laud cn
which said Jeremiah Itiley now resides, colitaining
- acres a description of which will be more fully
given on day of sale.
Terms of sale?One-half cash. Imbmee on a credit
of six months, purchaser giving bond bcfl(ri$Bi&*
lerest from date, with a mortgage of the property t?
secure payment ofshid credit portion. ?'Ana-i>liould
purchaser fail to comply with said terms, thoCom
missioner will sell the same for cash ut the next
succeeding sale day, nt the risk of former puVcha'ser.
Purchaser to pay for papers and revenue stamps.'
Commissioner'.- Office, ) V. D. V. JAMISO^
Orangeburg C. H., V Commissioner/
Nov. 8, 18IJ7. J nov 9 - - " 1 1 W
ALSO, '
A. /.eigler, Ex'r of Will of
Lewis /.eigler,
vs.
Wesley Houser, Adia'r.
et. al.
Creditors ami Devisees.
1 .J ??f.
?>ilT . }i*U A
. ([hid Hilf v\
Hj order made in thi* ?ase. the rxtditor*of LawiU
Zeiglcr, deceased, will prove their, demands beforo
me by the first of January next.
And by the same order 1 will sell ut Orangcburg
on the first Monday in January. \i>W, for one half
(A) cash, the balance payable six months (?"?) from
the day of wile, secured ' y a bond bearing interest
from date, payable annually so long ns any part .in
unpaid, and a mortgego of the premifles .on which
shall be a tovcnaiM that in case of a Hfteach' kit 4M?
condition of the bond, the Commissioner shall re
sell for the baluitoc due ujion giving tuenty-or.o
days notice of the sale?purchasers paying for pa
pers and stamps, the following land:
1. Tract of 47t'? acres in said District, called tho
Hear Hrauch Tract, bounded on lands of David
Wnnnninaksr, Ejtatc of Furtick undo tract allotted
to L. E. /.eigler.
'J. The Grim Tract, KK) acres, bounded west" ?n
lauds of Mrs. Wolfe, and on all other sides by lands
assigned to L. E. Zeiglcr.
8. liVi acres, part of tho MyerV Trtfcl'. b?dhde'd
by lands o| L. A. /.eigler, Mu?y Scawright, Arthu/
lleed and William Oil.
1. Twenty (20) acres tit the "MoVold" Tr?<?l,'
bounded by binds of K. Huti'man and 1.. A. Zeigler*
?. And one other Tract of ?">!! acres, bounded on'
lands of Jacob Crider', VaMirte Suylor and Mary'
Senwiigltt. . .. . . ' s
Commissioner's, othce, \ Y. D. VN JAMLSOJ^^j,,
Ornngebiirg C.'ll. > t onirhis'sforicr.'
Oolober 27, 1s<?7. )
nov If. MU
In Equitj
9. ...
01 \ a n < j e m ? iu; l)i stk i cr>
James I). Clccklev, Kx'r of I
Will of L. IJ. Connor,
; YS. . . f it'\
A. D. Frederick, et. al. | f ,
Ity order made in Hiis cane the cfcttltors ot I.. K.'
Cooiibr, deceased, will prove their demands before"
me ut Orangcburg by the first day of February
next.
Commissioner's Office', \ V.' D. V. JAMISON,
Orangcburg C. II. i ComnTiiaaionef."-'
November 7, 1M17. J , .
nov HI "W
Ai iDY is vSK^nwtTjmjl^
TAlNtNO ft Siti'mffnnas TEACHEK, elfbW
ma Family,.or in a School. She w conJpeteu't to'
Teach the English Dranches. and .Music^ both on tho
Piano nrtit ?uit>K The Best or rcTcVcncea ^?n be'
piven, if required. Address . ? Ei H..'
CniS Holmes' HookJlouse.
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