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LOCAL ITEMS.
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^VTltTilftAY'MOllNING, NOV., 28, 18(38.
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? Cotton.
"Wc are gratified to uotice tliat tho rising
te?doUcy of tho cotton market is itidueiti-i
atlhVry-'to sell, and thus our-Village, trade is re
ceiving a decided impetus. Fortunately, our
people* are not compelled to sell at a low price,
as most plan tors have made other crops, which
?otthehl right fcr'sinall'change.. . ...
A Card.
Circumstances beyond nty control have
"!*i-*ti-^" y 'I/.
caused the suspension of the Charleston Muu
eYfttY.' But the public should not be led to
?w if\ni'r-*l air ; r ? f a
tlujv-.couclusio'r that ' the paper is extinct.
.Measures are afoot for issuing . it again on a
substantial basis';i and it is expocted to put
?it-ftttth^ iu n stylo that will satisfy every re
if?? An 1. I
quitfcnieut ofVa first-class Southern.newspaper.,
^??> -HvClks t*?7\ . %' ftU Ktt\
rroprie^r of the Meiioukv.
Consignees per South Carol inn Railroad
Remaining in the Denot to Date.
St Jd. .Smith, J'J. kV. Snail, P. S. Felder, ..T. II.
"?^aeiv'J/11 .,UaiitikT, D. ?J. A. Qualtlcbaum.
In accordance.with orders received from the Su
perintendent,Storage will hereafter be charged on
Conds remaining in the Depot tyr an unreasonable
length of time.? W. C. MF It KL?T 11,
? jQ 4- -__?
., "commercial.
Oiner. 'or Tifj: OiiANur.itirnu Nb'ws,"
November 27, 1803.. .
COTTON.?Safes for the week, 200 bales. We
quotes'*/ . . ? J . ... ,;.'. ) ? .; .->?
..Ordhmry.~.-.
Oood Ordinary.;...lf)J
J.ow Middling.21)
Middling-^.i...'..'..21.]
^??ft?R^WUIlit?g.1.2 S
<Jood Middling.f'i'tf.
Itotmii Rick?Is in good demand at 31,00 per
otmhol. ? -
Corn ?O cts. Peas 80 cts.
Pinders,'281bs to bushel, $1 25.
:?iobl>..no
SILVER. 22
lloport of (lie Charleston Collon
Market
For the Week ending November 25.
-kin , lttl><>rlcd for the Oranf/rbnry Xeivs by
W. WALTON SMITH, COTTON FACTOR.
* Tiicrc.iina been nn improved feeling in our mark
et the. pant week. The demand has been generally
- gobdi) and prices haVo advanced one cent on our
- quotations 6f last week. Sales about 8000 bales.
The market closed 'firm at the following quotations:
cA ' 1'??' Middling.!.28
Middling...28?
Strict .to Good Middling.28^(u)24
?? the ?lstrlei Court of tlic tJniteil
Sl-A/J'IiS?P\,r>the. District of South Carolina?
Mr: Tern, 1808?/?; the JTatttr of C, Jt: Thomp
^ ton, of Orangeb?rg Co., 'jiunkrupt?Petition for Full
and Final Diacharge in hankruptty.?Ordered, that a
hearing be had on the -1th day of December, 1808,
t Fedcwtl Courldloueo in Columbia, S. C; and that
jll Creditors, &c. of said Bankrupt appear at said
time and place, and shew cause, If any they can,
\\diy^th? prayer of tho Petitioner should not be
grantted^'' And that the Second Meeting of Credi
tors of said Bankrupt will be held at the Offico of
R. B. Carpenter, rftq.,- Register of Second Cong.
Pi^lo^^gC^an 1st, day of .Doo,, 1808, at. 12 M.
'By'orthjr of the t'ouvt, the 2(ith day of Oct., IHr.n
'-?Wtlit DiaUiotreouri.of the U. S, for S. C.
fe;yftoV?ii: ? 8t
1N lhcl>iatriet Court of tbc United
STATES?For South Carolina?October Term,
G8.-^-y;i the Matter of J. Lewis Gibson, of Orange
? fiurg Covtit}/, Jiunkrupt?Petition for Full and Final
r' ^jMiehdrtfe iiOJIttnkruplcy.?Ordered, that a hearing
be had on the 4th day of Deoomber, 1808, at Fedc
tid'Court Houso in Columbia, S. C; and that all
'?OedifOTH, Ac, of said bankrupt appear nt snid
time and place, and shew cause, if any they can,
. why the prayer of the Petitioner should not he
' granted. And that the 2d meeting of Creditors of
.......id.Raiikrupt.wiU.be held at.tho o?te?-of It. p. Car
penter, Esq., Register of 2d Coilg. Dlvtriot, S. C,
3d day of December, 1K08, at 12 M.
By order of the Court, the 12th Uay of November,
1808. DAN'L IIORI-BECK, Clerk of
the District Court of tho U. S. for S. C.
~nov21 " 8t
Tn th? Bistriet. Court of the United
'X STATES?For the Jiistrict of South Carolina?
. October Term, 1808? /? //(C Matter of frviil A. Till,
af Orangcfurg. 'fian!;ruf>t?Petition for Full an'/ Final
. 'Discharge in Bankruptcy?Ordered (hat a Itearing be
,.; hadipn.tbo 4tb;d?y of Dvceniber, 18i}8, at Federal
< Cpovi^I'ouso in .Columbia, S. C.j aud tliat all Crcdi
. to^S, Sc., of said Bankrupt appear at said time and
v pla.oc, and. shewfcanse, if any ;lu>y eaii, why the
prayer of the .P^itiquyr. phoultl not be. granted.
And that tho 2d meptjiig of (Jreditors of said Bank
rupt will be held at the office of It. R. CiUpeiiter,
Esq., Bj?Vjdw.q^?dvCoug, District, S. C, on 2itli
day of fR>y:n808, 1^2 Sj^
By ordek'.of tlio.Cpvr/. ihe.-Olh' day of Nov., 1808.
llAN'L'IlOHLIfECK., (3|t;vk.
of tho Distri^.t{C/Qiiirt/Qfrt,h?Cfi g.,'Xt)? So. Ca.
X KEVhR ,aiul.want iinmeUjuto euiR^aU at Du'
B. \l. SuUjdUlA and lie will' make you a Box of
JMHa, which lid;\i;ar't;anjs,fo cprcwithout fail.
;juno 20' ' oo ' ' " ? ' .,' if
A Fresh supply ot'Orauges, Apples,, Lemons.
Onions, ifilh'KjtntociyCtrhDi.gCi-'Sugar, Cut
ieo, Flonr. Molasses, Bacon, Lard.- ICtco, Can
dies, Sardines, Oystovs, Xobsiurs,, Pickels, ef.c.
j All of winch, w,ill be sold low FOll CASH
OR BAltTEK: '
j /j r % RANTED,
; Rice, ?or? aid Peas,
For which the highest market prico will bo
Igiven, at >.
J..W. PATTERSON'S,
I may BOwly i ? ?>- ? Opposite Bull & ScoviU's
?', ... ... ?_?_fjj-? ??
Fl TV A I. NOTICE TO t HE JMTOUN.
Tho Undersigned is about to oIo.hu up thu Es
tdtoof W. P. McMillan, dco'd. ? Creditors ?" who do
not present thoir demands before tho 1st .Inuuary
!nexfc will bo barred. - J.: T.: JENNINGS,
nor 14?tf- . Executor.
FOR SALE Oil REXT.-My Plan
taiion on North Edisto, at the - foot of Hull
Swamp, containing 98? aorcs, more or .less, first
quality Lands for Corn-and -Cotton..? Dwelling and
Outbuildings.; and a bran new Circular Saw Water
Mill on"Lorig-Branch, within an hour's run of the
Jlivcr. Tho Mill will be finished December 1st.
Torms?A part cash, and the balance on nn easy
? credit. For further particulni-s app'y on the place,
or nddross me at Orangoburg, So. Cd.
nov 14?2m* VY. A. J\ SISTRUNK.
Sheriff's Sales.
Dy virtue of sundry writs of fi. fn., to mo directed
I will sell to tlic highest bidder, ut Orangeburg
. Court House, on tho first Monday in December
next, for cash the following proporty, viz :
.One tract of laud containing nine hundred ncres
more or less, bounded by lauds of Brandenburg,
Mrs.-E. Thompson and.estate of W. 8. Thompson.
Levied on as the property of A. It. Tabor at the
suit'of J . 'M- 'CiosswelL
? Ariso
Another tract containing seventy-five acres move
or less, (known us the Duuiul Kurrick tract,) bound
ed by lauds of D. J. Zeiglcr and estate lands of W.
S. Tlittmpson. Levied on us the properly of A. It.
Tabor ut the suit of J. M. Crosswc'l.
". ALSO
A tract containing fifty ncics more or less,
bounded by lands of D. J. /.engier and Mrs. Thomp
son. 'Levied ou as the property of A* U. Tabor at
the suit of .1. M. Crosswell.
ALSO
'--One tract of hind containing eight hundred and
fifty nores more or less, lying on the waters of Ro
bert ^?vnuip,' bounded by lands of A. (it Zeiglcr, J.
p. iV> son, Edwyn Rutland ami Jacob Mack.
Levied on as tho-propcrly of John C. Konncrly at
-the suit of Daniel Rilcy.
ALSO
Ono tract of hind containing one hundred and
four acres more-or less, bounded by hinds of Sulim
Till, Zimmerman and Albur'T Patrick. Levied on
ns tho property of R. D. Carson nt the suit of
George D. Smith.
ALSO
One tract of lami containing Iwo hundred and
twenty-five acres more or' less, lying ou Putin
Branch,*bounded by lands of Win. Livingston, Wm.
Knotts, Jacob Wolfe, and hj- lands formerly owned
by John Huffman. Levied on as Ihc property of
William Hooker ut the siut ?1* Ellis & Drewster.
ALSO
All. the ..undjyided right, title and interest of
Charles S. Dull in the house and lot on Russell
Street, lately occupied by Chas. Dull & Co., bouiid
[ cd ly lands of Uliveros, J. C. Pike, trustee, and D.
Louis. Levied on us the property of Charles S.
Dull nl the suit of Will. M. Bird & Co.
? ALSO
.-' V tract of land containing three hundred and
thirteen acres more or less, known.as the Wannu
muUcr plantation, bounded by lands ef Mary L.
Stoudemire, 1). C. Stoudcmire, win. Watts und ERL
sou Gates. Levied on as the property of Ann K.
? Haigler and J. A. M. Haigler ut I he suit of D J.
Zeiglcr und Dr. J. A. Keller.
ALSO
A tract of land containing three hundred acres
more or less, known us the Haigler plantation,
bounded by lands of the estute of G. T. Irick.
Levied on ns the property of Ann E. Haigler und J.
A. M. Haigler nt the suit of D. J. Zeiglcr and Dr.
J. A. Keller.
ALSO
Three Mules, one Wagon, two hundred bushels of
corn moro or less, two thousand pounds of Foddor
and five bushels of Rice, and one Duggy. Levied
on ns the property of Ann E. Haigler und J. A. M.
Haigler at the suit of D. J. Zeagler and Dr. J. A.
Keller.
ALSO
1 Three hundred ndres more oi loss bounded by
lands of David Fcrsuer, Samuel Rickcubukcr and
L. H. Zimmerman. .Levied on as tho property of
W. Zimmerman nt the suit of John Sellers, Admin
istrator far another. .,
ALSO
A tract of lund containing 15 acres move or less,
bounded by Innds of C. A runt, E Kickicl and W.
T. McKcwn. Levied on ns the property of 0.
A rant nt the suit of D. Louis.
ALSO
One Wagon two Ox Covt?, Ohe old Timber Cart,
(one Sportsman Hunting Duggy,) one Dirt Cart, the
Body and Irons of un old Rockaway^ mi*1, a quanti
ty of oth*r Ivimfl, finch as Axlctreo?, Tiros, and
Curt Chains. Levied on as the property of A. R.
Tabor at the suit of J, M. Crosswell,
nov 21 j td
ALSO
. 200 bushels of Corn, 2000 lbs Fodder, 1 Staok
Potatoes of Ut) bushels. Levied on as tho property
of Peter E. Gibson at the suit of Daniel Davis,
nov 21 td
Shcritrs Office, \ II. R1GGS,
Ornngebjirg C. H., S. C, [ S. O. C.
Nov. 11, 18ti8. )
ALSO
SOUTH CAROLINA, 1 T, . . ?
OnANor.nenu Coexrv, } robuto Court.
E^jjurlt F. W. Fairey, Adtn'r. Estate of Jesse Pat
rick?Petition for sale of Real Estute.
By virtue of a decretal order to me directed from
tho Hpinrablc the Probate Court of the said Coun
ty* I will sell at public outcry ?t Orangoburg on
salesday in December next, (being the 7th Dec.)
All that tract of land containing one hundred
acres, more or less, situate on Cattle Creek, and
hounded by .hinds of John P. Berry, the ?ante being
a pari of the estate of Jesse" Patrick.
Terms?One-half cash, balance on n credit of
twelve months', purchaser to give boil ' and mort
gage for credit portion, arid to pay for papers and
slumps.
' 'October 10, 1800. H. BIGGS,
nor 11?td S. 0. 0.
novit,.- ' td
T^EII. ESTATE l OIt SALE.
. All. that. PLANTATION, in the . Fork of Edisto,
containing ufiotit ItSQ'ncr'cft, situated 17 miles from
Qrtingcburg, 10 miles from Graham's Turn Out;
aiid 12 miles from RlfiekvHlC. Upon this place is .1
DWELLING IIOURK with' 7 rooms, besides BASE:
MENT and ATTICS, built just.before the war.
Twill; m )liU*'f|lace f?r lens fhah one-half tho
cost of fliu'lhiprovem'chts. Apply to I '
?Jttjft' x ? - SAMURL DIBBLE,
au'g ?pTjlf " Orangeburg, S. C.
CQiMMISSION M EH?1IANTS,
AGENTS CHARLESTON ?ND LlVERl'?OL
STEAMSHIP LINE.
Advances made on shipments of Cotton, Rico,
und Naval Stores to Foreign and Domestic Ports.
' oof*24 j? . .: : 4t
NOTICE TO PLANTERS. '
Soluble Pacific Guano.
rSMlV, HIGHLY SATISFACTORY AND REMADK
' Jt'? j.?blo effecta of this GUANO in productng'vcry
largely increased crops of Cotton, Corn and other
staple crops, has attracted the general attention of
planters nnd farmers. In order to confirm public
confidence-in the continued excclltnce. of this Guano
and avail of the best scientific ability in the prose
cution of this important business, tho PACIFIC
GUANO COMPANY hns consummated a professional
engagement with Dr. ST. JULIAN RAVEN EL, of
Charleston, 8. C, as scientific adviser and consul
ting Chemist to. the Company. ' Dr. RAVENELib
conversant irltii the composition and qualities of
the Guuno, as well as with the character, policy
and unusual resources of the PACIFIC GUANO
COMPANY, nnd will communicate full information
on these points to planters who mliy call on him
or address hiai by letter at Charleston, S. 0.
JNO. S.REESE &C0., General Agents,
Pacific Guano Company, Baltimore, Md.
J.N. RORSON,
Agont for South Carolina, Charleston, S. 0.
ocl 31 4t
I
, OR SALE.
_V MY PLANTATION on
LYONS CREEK, one mile from Lewisville Depot, on
the So. Ca. R. R., containing 58G ACRES of LAND.
Threo hnmlred acres cleared and under a good
Fence,' tkie balance heavily Timbered. The Build
ings are one SMALL DWELLING, six Laborer's
Quarters, Darn, Stables, Curn ami Cotton Houses.
Nearly all tho buildings are new. Lyon's Crock, a
line Water Power, runs through the Tract, on
which is a good Dam nud Foundation for u Mill.
The Mill was burnj. in 18?>f>. Tho Lauds tiro Red
Clay, auk first olass Cotton and Provision Lands.
Also if desired will be Hold by agreement, four No.
1 MULES, Provisions, Wagon, Cart and Plantation
Tools.. For furth?r information apply to, or ad
dress the Subscriber through St. Matthews P. O.,
So. Ca. J. G. KEITT.
noy 21 lin
I^EIiIGUTFUE RESII>EXCE
FOR SALE.
Seven hundred nnd forty odd acres of GOOD
PLANTING and WOOD LAND, two hundred aures
cleared and fenced, part of which iH in the Incorpo
rate Limits of the Town of Orangeburg,* 8. 0. Ten
acres in first rate Fruit Trees. Figs, Pecans Ha
zel, Hickory and Walnuts, Apples, Pears, &c.
Peaches ripening from tho last of May, to the mid
dle of October. Large and commodious DWELL
ING HOUSE wilb ten rooms, nine of which have
Firo Places, Pantry and Four Closets. Underneath
is a large Collar, .formerly used as n Kitchen.
Kiloheu and all necessary Outbuilding*. Now Darn
and Corn House with Stable and Stalls attached tu
hold Seven ilorsos. Good Dry Stables for Six
Milch Cows. Only ONE MILE nud tin EIGHTH
from the COURT HOUSE;
Apply to the Proprietor on the Premises, or
ihrough Mail at Orangeburg C. II., for terms,
nov 21---2ni DONALD R. BARTON.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, } c^ ^
Orangeburg County. f
Dy TIIAD. C. ANDREWS, Esq., Judge of Probate.
Whkkkas, F. W. Fairey, hath made suit to me to
grant him Letters of Administration of the Estate
ami Effects of Win. It. Howel, deceased.
These are therefore to city and admonish all and
singular the kindred and creditors of the said Win.
II. Howel, dec. thai -they be and appear before me,
in the Court of Ordinary, to bo held at Probate Of
fice, Orangeburg C. II., on the third prox. next, af
ter publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to shew cause, if1 any they have, why the said ad
ministration should not be granted.
Given under my Hand this 1 lit It day of Novem
ber, Anno Domini, 1807.
TIIAD. C. ANDREWS,
nov 21?2t Judge of Probate, O. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, "I .,
Orangeburg County. / LitiiUon
By THAD. C. ANDREWS, Esq., Judge of Probate.
Whereas, F. J. Buyck, farmer, hath made suit to
mo to grunt him Letters of Administration, with' will
annexed, of the Estate ami effects of Francis IJ.
Heath, deceased.
These arc therefore to cite and admonish all and
singular the kindred, ami Creditors pi' (he said
Francis B. Heath, dco'd, that they be and appear
before me in the Court of Ordinary, to bo held at
Probat? Ofltoc, Orungoburg C. II., on the .'10th Nov.
next, after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to shew cause if any they have, why the
said Administration should not. be granted.
Given under my hand this 1.0th day of November
Anno Domini, 18118.
m THAD. C. ANDREWS,
nov 21?1| Judge of Probate O. C.
M 1 LLINERY
OF THE
MOST
MOB E R K
STYLES
AT
HKS. l\ OLDENDORFF'S
Who would respectfully ' ifortn the Ladies of
Orangeburg and vicinity that she has opened a
FULL and HANDSOME ASSORTMENT of FALL
nnd WINTER MILLINERY of the most MODERN
STYLES and FASHION.
Her usual PROMPT ATTENTION nud MODE
RATE PRICES, Bhc hopes will elicit a share of the
Public patronage.
Please call and examine her STOCK at the well
known Old Stand on Main Street, opposite Mr. Jos.
McNumara's.
oot21 Im
T> oijoii iiicE, icouuii it h i :,
Wanted nt the COURT HOUSE STORE, where
the highest prices in Cash or Darter will be allowed
for it.
PEAS, GROUNDNUTS, &c, bought in any quan
tity.
. NEW HULLED BUCKWHEAT FLOUR just re
ceived, also a lot of Extra and Family FLOUR,
(new). Table SYRUP, SUGARS, TEAS, &c., Sc.,
always on hand.
PERUVIAN GUANO and WANDO FERTILI
ZER on consignment.
A lot of CHOICE CHEWING TOBACCO in whole
and half boxes, which will bc*Hold low to close out
tho lot.
Also a full supply of first rale CHEWING T0
DACCO, which is going off at low prices.
BLACK SEED OATS for winter planting.
RED SEED WHEAT a choice article, and other
seasonable goods to be had at the
COURT HOUSE STORE,
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
nov 7 o ly
? >t ? :q irui * t.- fr"i5-t ?-? ;* ! ?? i ? j v
IJJLES FOK SALE.
Several very
ttii \ i'.j -.<:. . a ?
FINE MULES,
- Jtj '^T t*; jtprt? ^ <t f>*?''i. ? edt t> f ? - i I*, t
. At reasonable, rates, for Cash.
Apply AT THIS OFFICE. "
oct 17? ' " " ' ? :- it -..
AHE BUYING AS USUAL
1 -<
CORN, PEAS, ETC.,
AT THE HIGHEST PRICES POU CASH.
, KRAMER & CO.
Oct 3
iv
- *
atih:
BUYING COTTON
AT TUB
HIGHEST MARKET RATES.
AS USUAL.
THEY HAVE ON HAND A COMPLETE
STOCK OF
I
SHOES,
HARBWARE, &C.
Special attention is invited to our Selec
tion of LADIES DRESS GOODS, CLOAKS,
SHAWLS, &c, &c.
GOODS purchased exclusively for CASH
and will be sold at Lowest Market Rates.
BULL, SCOYILL & PIKE.
feb 1A 1
At the Ee& Sign near the Old Court House,
OKAMiERURO, S. C, OCTOBER IOtii, 1868,
_-;o;.?. ..? ?
B^a.TjXj and wtntku coops: :P?gw m ?
1/ much Larger Store, we uro enabled to keep as good assortment In our lino as any
Store in Town. Our stock consists i?f Prints, Domostics Fall and Winter Dress Goods, Shawls,
Cents Clothing. Notions, and n good selection of Hoots, Shoes, Hats, &o. i AIho a.good Assort
ment oi (iroeories, Liquors, and Hardware, which we ofl'or to tho Citizens of Orangoburg Dis
triot at vory low prices for cash. Respectfully soliciting your, patronage, and hoping yon will
call ou us soon, wo joumiii, Yours, truly,
john :d. wtooicisr & co.,
teit' Messrs, JOHN A. (.'CMM 1 NtlS and S. ][. SVDNOU.me with ns and will bo
h ijtp'y to i,ee (hoir frieudt
dug
William T. Kgittfoot & Co.,
AHE CONSTANTLY It'E C EI VIN Qr~
Full"oHd well ??lc?ttjd 1 ass&tnwittteMbf
And nil articles suited to this/markct.,, TJujy
sell for CASH, and sell at the IoweslWeS*
* They buy all kinds df Country VreA?ctrHW
pay highest prices, eit4for;.in,Ci\sh or/If-after.
A fine'selection of ^ ",
l i<3 it ?Sipl
Constantly on li?n"d"Vfith'oij?y ^^??b?TOitt^
from the i>itx:?-nl$
OltANGEBUItG- FIHE WKkfcfeitt
Cull at the snriio budldirig kno^ti'^'fAiU^
"VVillcock's Tin and Stove Store. j-s-f-.i
WJI. T. LIQHTEO0T,*?GP|
Oct31 6 ??' *ix$j-rtnm ,
-;-r-s?-?:-, ?? ? i<<{lF;fcvai J
Housekeepers Attention
F YOU WOULD 8AVE on?> Bwydbtfn
hiii}, come to W I LLCOCK'S mid buy .a
DEACON LIGHT, j. . , \
SOUTJIEUN STATES, or ? .
iiiilii if if %
These and other patterns' a
and warranted to come up to rcpretlBrifattfA^
I
at
WM.
oet 31
R
Publi
F. H. W. BRIGGMANN & CO,
ESPECTFULLY INFORM OUlt OrSnQE*
burg Friends Ihnt/we have moved in ou**
Where we arc ready to supply ouif..E*iend<
die in general with a full aud fresh supply of
? DRY GOODS. ?;i"F
u,10CER,EWr. Vf
?If'AtSi"1
Abo all kinds of
LIQUORS, VINES, I'ORfcEft, A
ALE| ETC., at reduced Prices. 4 ?1 ^ nUna* '
AYe have a tine lot ,of FAMILY FLOUR fropi
Jno. CAMl?SBN*'CO;>"S Mill; Chai'H-sfon; ptiT*ttp
in small Sacks, vcry-loSy.. . *vn rrt ??f#it
We offer for sale the RECIFE for making JACK
SON'S UNIVERSAL IWASHINO rtCO^OiJND
and JACKSON S LAUNDRY SOAR for OncD?Dar?
which baa give'n satisfaction to nil to whomwe ItaVe
Sold.- ..> ; ..' - ;J f MJTt3ry*lj
We wdl buy COTTON and all other PRODUCE,
giving the highest market price",'or shtfrlw 'Any
one, FREE of CHARGE and mako L1RERAL AD
VANCES on the sntmv .. ';:., ! cfc?!
oct 3?ly F. H. W...BR1C.GMANX.& CO,,
REMOVE I>. , *j
The Subscriber wohlH "'?rVJ*
spectfully inform bir, friends and customers that.he
has moved'.his BAR to tho.'rcar.Of hia STOKE on
Russelh-Stroet, where lie will-,.keep .constantly ,on
hand a good supply of LIQUORS of the BEST
BRANDS SEGARS, TOBACCO;t&u. M j . ,
sept PJ_?m JAS. CANNON.,
DR. OI.IVEROS4
W'- ? t'ELlJBRATEDCIllLL
AND FEVER CURE. > fl '<<: i*H ,ni**f*i
II Atsn . . .rj Dn-'jOLLV^RGS'
BILIOUS CATHARTIC OR ' ^^.^^
?mayly r = :? 'm\ ??;-. A. .
In Equity, i .00? scrn
ORANGEBURGr' MSTltfOTJfwJi
Mclehcr K. HMmnti, Adni'r 1 .' ; ; : '?
Eliza Stvmnan; cL nl. j: - ^ * 1 |
By'order of the Court of Equity in ?bo ahore
slated case, the ervditova of the late Nicholas Stro
man, ileccascd, arc hereby required to establish
their demands before uu>, oa.or before the tenth
day of December next. ' **b ' -
Cumiuissiouer'a Onice,.) .?-Y.'DtiY*-dAMIEONf. ?f:
Orangeburg C. IL, " ?omniissio?cr,
October 2T7 ISO'S. J " ! S1??^
oct 31 .^t$.
TVT?TI<',*2--AU Persons who have
F>| not ..:f;d their TAXES, Will find EXECU
TIONS for the KAttl* ih my otflcd; ftrtd 'Wili do well
to call and settle the same, .is they will save sonnj
of the cost by so doing. H. RIGGS, ?
pot 17?If I B. O. C.
-?i-r?-.
JliST RECEIVER.
A fresh supply of
CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, LARD, SbDA;l?l5B
and LEMON CRACKERS, CANDIE8rAc, at
JAS. CANNON'Sf
sept 10?Gm Ru?scll-Strcot.
I^RtrjITIiiNO NUKSERV* AtJ?HJ8
J -TA, Ga.?Wo offer for the Fall Planting, a
very largo and superior stock of Fruit 'fVec's, drape
Vines, Strawberry Plants, Bosos, Evergreens; Or
namental Trees and Shrubs, Bcddiqg and Greoh
House Plants. Descriptive and wholesale .Cata
logues mailed on application to '
P. J. BERCKMANS.
july l8--fim* Augusta, Cfa,
I^OR SAEE, RiEWT '
OR LEASE,
" THE FINE PLANTATION
Belonging to the Estateof the Tale Colonel lfrttTT,
and woll knawn us the
Ra rI) y Place*
These LANDS arc among the BEST in the Dis
trict, being situated on Lyon's Creek, commanding
A PINE WATER-POWER. ni ..
und of h Bich Red Clay Soil. They 'arc offered at
ONE-HALF lheir Valuation in 18U?. Said Tract
contains ?00 acres.
Ceridltions-?$5,000?one-third cash, the balance
in tweycarly instalments. Address ^
MRS. LAURENCE KEITT,
nov7?If Charleston, S. C.
* IN PRORATE COURT?
ORANGERURG COUNTRY-* ? <^
Ex parte Robert,M.-Argoo, 1
In re Lost Will of . }
Robrrt Argoe,' Sr. ' ? j ' " "
On hearing the petition in this oasf, ?nd ?h'^no
tion of T. U. Cooko, Soffit or fornqfi^anc^yf^i^ or*
dcred: . " 3
7'Au/ all person? inicre?te.t W and are hefeby
notified;to appear at the Judgo -of PrpbatQ;t>Qflice
it Orangeburg Court House, ou lite second Monday
in' February A. T>.,' 1801?,' for Ofo rtn'r^osn of'shew
ing enttse if any they can} why Ihe^^iR of Robert
Argoe, Sr., laittnf sa'pl C,yimiyv^ho4Ud not jw re
established, aiia to that end to j> rod nee '.mien wit
h fens iw. a a "they may desiVe, and cTosa'ojtAUiitft^those
produced by (ho petitioner.
Judge of Prpbale's (Ifficc'n 'TII,\li t. ANDREWS,
OrangMmr^S. n,' '- f- ? Sr?\& ?FVttK?k.
nor2 td
tvH-,; .. ?? r ;.'tiS' fill -?> :'

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