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'?General McClcllan, it is said, intends to re
side permanently in lloboken.
Gutta percba houaca arc auggepted for earth
quake countries. .
Weaton now intends to walk five thousand
mtVcfl In due hundred days for $20,000.
^ The . New 'York' hrtuls complain of a short
Bfipyljf.p^gueste jugtvuow. \
V?liaHdtghitrt ' Mfctottds to givo up politics
and stick to the practice of law. ?
California ,has produced an apple seventeen
inches in circumference;. . '
Oi} "earthquake day" in Sau Francisco two
thousand telegraphic messages were sent JKast.
Mississippi is to have a cotton, bleaohing
And; print mill, to be built by a French capi
talist.
i^Pfovuterice! Hn?de Island, tho butter
merchants adulterate their commodity with
. mashed potatoes.
Zfey^i^?rl' haul twelve clergymen who are
each paid over $10,000 a year, aud a hundred
nth?r? irho don't'get $1000 each.
In Pittsburg,, for years past, a woman has
been . ^supported by the charity of her neigh
bors. "Sho died recently and left 87000.
' * ' ' - '?? ' v
,.Tn one-fourth of a squarc-inilc surrounding
St, Paul's Cathedral, London, there arc forty
churches.
Lynchburg. Va., says it has the ''fattest
liptc?keepcr" in the South, and claims for
hiin the "championship."
Stockton, California, has an artesian well
a .thousand feet deep, which discharges 300,
. gallons of hot water daily.
The Democrats of Yuzoo City, Miss., have
established a school fur the eliildrou of colored
men who voted tho Democratic ticket.
The problem for modistes uow is a garment
that will permit females to bestride the
'velocipede.
A Polish Jew of'Wilda, who was so unfor
tunate as to have his hotiso burned down, was;
".fined twonty roubles by the Kussian magis
trates for crying fire in tho Polish language
? ? " ,A V'V ? ? .
The '^confidence game" is said to be so ex
tensively practiced in Now York that it is a
dangerous thing to be polite to a stranger, lest
be band you over to the police.
.<!/..
San Francisco is overrun with fleas of huge
size, and elegant "back scratchers," in ivory,
it is said, arc a common ornament of the par
. lor table.
.??-*?? ? ''
It seems that ;the Louisville Journal did
"disohargo George D. Prentice, but it caused
such a clamor that they were only too glad to
employ him again.
, Marfori, the favorite of Queen Isabella, of
Spain, has beeil dismissed. His place is now
occupied by Count Kspelato, belonging to one
*f the first families of Navarre.
A certain fop was boasting in company that
he had every sense in. perfection. "There is
one you arc quite without," Said one who was
standing by; "and that is common sonso."
"Gentlemen," said a tavern keeper to hip
' guests, at mid might, "I don't know whether
?,you have .talked"onough or not, but as for my
Self, I am going to shut up."
^;Ouo of the New York papers reports that
Mthd^bity judgo, just elected there, contemplates
reviving tho practice of Wearing a judicial
wig.
The cultivation of broom corn is extcudioj
'".iftf Vfrgfuia. The yield avorages a net profit
?of $44per aero, not counting the seed, which
?"is A'alnablc for feed.
i Men Wanted.?The great want of this
^ age is mon. Men who are not for sale. Men
who are honest, souud from centre to circum
forence, true to the heart's core. Meu who
will condemn wrong iu friend or foe, in them
selves, as woll as others. Men whoso con
Hcieuce.f are steady as the noedlo to tho pole
Men who will stand for the right if tho heavens
totter and the earth reels. Mon who can tell
tho truth aud look the world and the de vi
right in tho eye. Meu thut neither brag nor
run. Men that neither flug nor flinch. Men
who can have courage without shoutiug
to it. Men in*whom the courage of cverlast
ing life ruus still, deep and strong. Men to
lange for sectarian bonds. Mon who do not
cry nor cause their voices to be heard on the
streets, who will not fail nor bo discouraged
till judgment be sot iu the earth. Mon wli
know their places and fill them. Mon wh
know their own business. Mon who will not lie
! Men who are not too lazy to work, nor too
,, proud to bo poor. Mon who are willing to
eat what they havo earned, nnd wear what
they ba.o paid for.
FlBB Arms.?It is" statqd that niuctj-five
out of overy huudrod instances of the bursting
of a double-ban-oiled gun can be traced to do
f/'.cts in tho left bariel. Tho reason is simp
that the right ia most frcquontly used aud ro
loaded, pr.vhaps ton timos to tho loft one being
discharged ouoc. Kvery time tho right barrel
discharged tho gunpowder in the left is pul
vcrizod. more or less by the shock, aud the sou
tiling oC the grains leaves a spaco between the
charge and! tho wadding. Hence when tho
barrel, is discharged it frequently explodes.
These accidents, U is asserted, can ho avoided
by sen/liug tho ram-pod homo with one or two
jinarfc blows., in, the nou-d inch ;>r godbarrel, every,
time the other iff reloaded*,
S SALE.
In re EEK&iaL & Kons, Bankrupts Ex parte Y.. V.
Snell, Assignee-, Ex parte S. DjiBBLK.
By virtue of an order from the United States Dla
tviet Court, for tho District of South Carolina, I
will sell at public auction, at Oraugeburg Court
IIouso, on Monday tho 7th December, next, of the
Real Estate of E. Ezckiel, Bankrupt.
, All thnt tract of land, in pr?ng<d)nrg, situate on
Russoll Street, fronting 'on "Bald Streut GO fcot',Nand
running back about 230 feet, bounded west and
south by lots of Coruelson, Krumcr & Co., and cast
ou Store Lot of E. Ezckiel.
ALSO
All that improved Lot of Land in said Village,
situato ou the corner of Russoll and Market Streets,
of same dimensions as tho above, bounded west by
the above und south by lot of Coruelson, Kramer &
Co.
Terms?One-third cash, balance on a credit of
ono year, purchasers to give bond bearing interest
from day of sale, and a mortgage of the premises,
and to pay for papers and stamps.
I P. V. DIBBLE.
Assignee Ezckiel & Kuhn, Bankrupts.
novrl7 . ?? ? ??? td \
ASSIGNEE'S SALE"
IN BANKBUPTCY-an.thematter of Josarn-Pojt-,j
. niRuuRK, a ^ Bankrupt, Ex parle N. A. Bull Er |
parle .Ionn It'. Mi t.i,IIOt'8.
By virtue of an order of sale from the Honorable
District'Court of the United States, fpr the District
of South Carolina, I ' will soil before tho Court
House, at Orangeburg, S. C, on Monday, tho 7th
December, 1808, at the usual hours of sale.
All that plantation or tract of land containing
sixteen hundred and seventy (1070) acres more or
less, being the tract on which Joseph Funderburk,
the Bankrupt, now resides, bounded by lands of
eVtnte J. J. Andrews, estate of L. C. Glover, T. H.
Lcgnre and North F.disto Hirer. Also 1 Mule.
Conditions?For the real estate, one-half cash,
the balance in otic year, secured by bond bearing
interest from .day of sale, and a mortgage of the
property. The Personal Property cash. Purcha
sers to pay for papers and stamps.
P. V. DIBBLE, Assignoo
Estate Joseph Funderburk, Bankrupt.
Orungoburg, Nov. 13, 1808.
nov 14 td
ASSIGNEE'S SALE.
By Y. D. V. Jamison & Son.
AUCTIONEERS.
IN' BANKRUPTCY?In ihc matter of jeremi.VU
Hi ley, Bankrupt, Ex parte P. V. Dibble, As
signee.
liy virtue of an order of sale, to me directed,
from the Honorable District Court of the United
States for the District of South Carolina, I will sell
at Public Auction, tit the residence of Jeremiah
Riley, in Orangeburg County, on Tuesday, the
1st December, 1808, at 11 o'clock A. M.
The Personal Property of aforesaid Bankrupt,
consisting of 1 Mule, 1 Maro and Colt, Cattle,
Sheep, Hugs, Books, 10 bushels Rice, 1 Blacksmith's
Bellows,-Anvil, Vice. 'Tonga, &e.'
I Terms?Cash, and articles to be delivered imme
diately after the sale.
P. V. DIBBLE, Assignee
Estate Jeremiah Riley, Bankrupt.
Oraugeburg, S. C, Nov. 12, 1H08.
ALSO
Int he mottcr of Irvin A. Tili., Bnukrupt, Ex parte
P. V. Dibble, Assignee.
By virtue of an order of sole from the Honorable
District Court of the United States, for tho District
of South Carolina, I will sell at public Auction at
the residence of Jeremiah Riley, in Orangeb?rg
County, on Tuceday, the 1st day of December,
1808. * -
The Perishable Property of aforesaid Bankrupt,
consisting of 30 bushels Cotton Seed, 1 Clock, 1
Saddle, 1 Straw Cutter, &c.
Terms?curb, and urtiolos delivered immediately
after the sale "P. V. DIU RLE, Assignee.
Estate Irvin A. Till, Dankrupt.
Oraugeburg, S. C, Nov. 12, 1808.
nov 14 21
ASSIGNEE'S SALE.
IN BANKRUPTCY?In the matter Jons Bsowx,
Bankrupt,./.'* parle J. R. Millions.
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed from
the Honorablo District Court of the United States,
for the District of South Carolina. I will sell at
Public Auction, at Oraugeburg C. II., at tho usual
hours of sale, on Monday tho 7th Decembor, 1808.
All that plantation or tract of land (being the
tract on which the Dankrupt resides,) in Orange
burg County, containing two hundred ami fifty
(2?0) acres more or less, bounded by lands of Aaron
Dowling, D. F. Young. YV. J.. YV. Riley, Chiudcs
Dowling and ? Hut to.
ALSO
The personal properly of aforesaid Bankrupt,
consisting of an Iron Sugar Mill and-Boiler,
Anvil, Flute, &c.
Conditions?For the Real Estate, one half cash,
and the balance on a credit of tuclvo months, se
cured by bond of purchaser and mortgage of the
premises, with a covenant for resale upon breach
of condition of tho bond, upon giving twenty-one
days notice. For the Personal Property, cash.
Purchaser to pay for papors and stamps.
P. V. DIBBLE. Assignee
Estate John Brown, Bankrupt
Ornngcburg, S. C, Nov. 12, 1808.
nov 14 td
ASSIGNEE'S SALE.
IN BANKRUPTCY?In the matter of A. J. Evans
Bankrupt.
" By virtue of uiy appointment ftS Assignee of the
above named Bankrupt, Twill sell nt public auction
ou Saturday, the 28th Nov., 1808, at the residence
of A. J. Evans, in the Fork of Edisto, Oraugeburg
County.
Thu perishable property of above named Bank
rupt, consisting of carriage and harness, saddle and
bridle, saddlebags, double barrel gun, cows and
calves, cypress canoe, and othir articles.
Conditions?Cush, and articles delivered imme
diately after tho ealc.
T. V. DIBBLE, Assignco
Estutc A. J. Evans, Bankrupt.
Oraugeburg, Nov. 12, 1808.
nov 14 '_ td
IN the OlHtrict Court of tlic United
STA TES?Eur the. District of South Carolina
October Term, 1808?In the. Matter of Andrew J.
Evans, of Orangeburg, Bankrupt?Edition for Full
and Final Discharge in Bankruptcy.?Ordered, that n
bearing be had on the?4th day of Decembor, 1808,
at Federal Court House in Columbia, B.C.; and
that all Creditors, &c, of said Bankiupt. appear at
said time and place, and shew cause, if any they
can, why tho prayer of the. Petitioner should not be
granted. And that the 2d meeting o* Creditors of
said Bankrupt will be held nt the 3co of R. R.
Carpenter, ? "?<{., Register of 2d Cong, "'istrict, S.
C. on 21th day of Nov. 1808, at 12 M.
By order of the Court, the 0th dsy ot Aovi, 1808.
DAN'L HORLBECK, Clerk,
of the District Court of the U. S. for So. Ca.
nov 14 2t
In the IHHtrict Court of the United
STA TES?Eor the District of South Carolina?
October Term, 1808.?In the Matter of David Stivcn
drr, Orangeburg, Bankrupt?Petition for Full and
Final Discharge in Bankruptcy.?Ordered, thnt a
hearing be hud on the 1th day of Deo., 1868, at
Federal Court House in Columbia, S. C; and that
nil creditors, <tc, of said Bankrupt appear at said
time and place, and shew cause, if any they can,
why the prayer of tho Petitioner should not be
granted. And that, tho 2d meeting of creditors of
said Bankrupt will be held at the office of R. B.
Carpenter, Esq., Rogister of 2d Cong. District, S.
C. on 21th day of Nov., 1808, at 12 M
By order of the. Court, thoOib doy of Nov., 1808.
DAN'L HORLBECK. Clerk of the.
District Court of the U. S for, 8q, ','a.
' do\ H fit
R.
C. SITA KP ?fc CO.,
, COTTON FACTORS y
; ' and .
' GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Browu'a Wharf,
oct 10?lm Charleston, S. C.
A. B. MtJLLIGAN,
COTTON FACTOR
and
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
ACCO51 >I0DATION WHARF, ?
CHARLESTON, 6. C.
I will also, when provided with funds, purchase
and forward all kinds of Morohandiso, Machinery,
Agricultural Implements, Manures, Seeds. &c.
oct 17 ..tf
WK. WALTON SMITH,
COTTON FACTOE
?and
COMMISSION MERCIIANT,
CHARLESTON, S. D.'
[email protected]** Prompt and personal attention givon to the
Bale of Cotton.
nug 24 mos 6 J
T. F. RnoniK. R. R. Hcdoinr, II. C. Hudoins.
BRODLE & CO.,
F ACTORS
AND
Commission Merchants,
XOItTJl ATI.ANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Liberal Advances on Consignments in Hand.
-:o:
References.
Messrs. CAMERON, BARKLEY k CO, Charleston.
s. 0.
If*. T; PE IKE, Esq., Gon'l Sup't S. C. R. R. Char
leston, S. C.
T. R. JETER, Esq., Tres't S. & U. R. R., Union,
S. C.
Hon. JAMES FARROW, Spartanhurg. S. C.
Hon. K.F. CRAYION, Anderson, S. C.
sept 19 -c 6m
ROISABALIISI
Purifies the Blood.
For ?ttlo l?y VrugiflaU JSvcrywber?.
July 25 ly
JOHN ESTEN COOKJS'8 NEW NOVEL!
F. J. IICNTI?TON A CO.,
?LV.l BROOME ST NEW YORE,
Have in Press, to be Ready in October,
MOHLTN;
Or, the Last days of Lcc and his I'afadins,
By J. Esten Cooke,
Author of "Surry ol Eagle's Neat."
Of "SURRY," of which MOH L'N is a Sequel,
Ten Thousunil Copies were almost immediately sold.
The now work is still more iutcuscly interesting.
Printed on fine-tuned paper, und richly hound in
cloth, with line steel medallion head of GEN. LEE,
and four beautiful illustrations inj Homer's best
style. Either Rook sent hy Mail, post free, on re
ceipt of the price, $2.25. For sale by all Uookscl
lcrs and Newsdealers in town uud country.
oct 3 " at
GOODS AT PRICES
TO SUIT
THE TIMES
AT THE
Court House Store.
PRINTS nt Klcts.. Good at 12A. Extra al [email protected]
cent.".
SHIRTINGS nt 11 ets. to choice 1-4 at lHf?rJOc.
BROWN SHIRTINGS from \2k to 10 eis."
DELAINES, pretty Styles at 24 to J8 cts. per yd.
MOURNING CALICOS at 15 els.
MEN'S CLOTH from ?? cts. to $1.1"? per yd.
ALSO
A pretty selection of TRIMMINGS und KR ILL
INGS, wliito nud colored. RIBBONS, &o., kr.
A full assortment of LADIES' dress and walking
SHOES.
MEN'S, BOY'S and MISSES' SHOES.
A lot of freshly selected MEN'S and BOY'8 HATS
and CAPS, togothor with Toilet COMBS ami
BRUSHES, SOAPS, LILLY WHITE, kc.
And a variety of articles <oo numerous to men
tion.
. Tho LADIES are vespectfully invited to call and
examine my STOCK. 1 will endeavor to offer
them at such prices ua will please.
JOHN As HAMILTON.
Court House Store,
oot 17?lm Market Street.
Direct Steam Communication
BETWEEN
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL,
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL STRAMSHIP
LINE composed of tho First Class Iron Steam
ers
GOLDEN HORN, 1188 tons, II. C. .Macbeth, Com
mander!
BOSPHORUS, 060 tons. j. Mi ufem.. Commonder.
MARMORA. 040 tons, F. Mcpbell, Codfciander.
Days of sailing from Charleston 1st and 15th of
each month, as follows:
GOLDEN HORN.15th November.
BOSPHORUS.1st Deccrabor.
MARMORA.loth December.
Arrangements having been made with the South
Carolina and other Railroad Companies for tho
prompt forwarding of through freight, shippers of
Cotton from tho interior may rely on tho utmost
dispatch.
Cotton consigned to tho undersigned for shipment
by this line will be forwarded free of commissions,
actual expenses only added.
ROBERT. M.URE, k CO , Agent*,
oct 24?lm. ' Charlest'ob, S- C.
D. LOUIS VCO.,
?AGENTS,
, iiiSjlQ are ![f|fjoi ?
BUYINCr COTTON
AND
PRODUCE
. . ".; at
THE TOP
OF TUE
MARKET.
D. LOUIS & CO. Agents,
feb 15 ly
PELZER, RODGERS & CO.,
Cotton Factors
A NT)
COIVfMK&SION MERCHANTS,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
F. J. FELZEK, F. S. RODGERS,
W: G. M?CKEN FUSS,
jtily 11 4m
. . THE OLG ?
CARO?fflpsM
THE.CREATSOliiMRHTOHtR
-s^lfl Ever?f e; g
Cd?DBTRt^EMAN &cq.
scpt 12 * ?l"
BAGGING, HOPIS
AXI)
IRON T I K 8,
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, &c.
CASH paid for
COTTON
Or Liberal
CASH ADVANCES
made on Cotton consigned to
Mr. A. J. SnlinaN,
Charleston, S. C.
By
F. E. SALINAS,
sept 12?3m Graham's T. 0., S. C.
The Carolina Farmer
T>ELIEVIN0 THAT THE INTERESTS OF THE
I j) Farmers and Plunterti of this section dcinnnd
fbc publication of a periodical to be be devoted to
the advancement of Agriculture iu the two Caro
linas, we have determined to estublish sinfh a pe
riodical under the title of
THE CAROLINA FARMER,
and wilt i.*.?ite the first number as soon as a suffi
cient number of Subscribers aro obtained to pay a
reasonable share of the expense oWuhlicntion.
The FARMER will be issued monthly at $2 00
per annum, iu advance ; will contain not less than
thirty-two huge double column pages of reading
matter, bound in hnmlsnmo covers ; and in typo
graphical execution will not Vie sui passed by any
Agricultural Monthly in the country.
Reing determined to do whatever energy will ac
complish in making tho FARMER worthy the sup
port of tho intelligent Plauters aud Farmers of
North Carolina ana South Carolina; and desiring
to introduce it into every county in thobO States,
we wish to employ active Agents at every Post
office, to whom the most liberal inducements will be
offered.
Address all communications to
WM. II. BERNARD,
july 4?tf Wilmington, N. C.
rTHK GREAT POPULAR PAPER
CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS.
Subscription /Vice ?SY.r Dollar? a Year!
THE CHARLESTON TR1-WEEKLY NEWS,
Three Dollars a yc.ir?Two Dollars for Six Months.
g?ay* Torms?Cash iu advance. No Paper sent
unles the Cash accompanies the order. No Paper
Bent for u longer time than paid for.
R10RDAN, DAWSON & CO.,
dec 21?tf I Proprietors.
ESTABLISHED 1802.
Charleston Courier for 1868.
DAILY* AND TRI -WEEKLY,
RY A. S. WIIjIjINOTON A CO.
Pally Paper - - - - $8.00 pier Annum.
Tn-Woekly Paper - - 84.00 per Annum.
The war closed with a l.irge indebtedness on the
part of our former subscribers, some of whom have
proffered us payment. To others we have presented
no claim, amid the losses and misfortunes by wbioh
they httVQ been surrounded, having been spared the
necessity of doing so by the very generous, prompt,
and hearty support wc have uniformly received.
We are able to wait for the advent of better times,
confidently insured that when prosperity returns to
tho land they will cheerfully meat their obligations.
To all auch wc cordially extend an invitation to re
new thoir ?uh*eription*.
jnii.U dli tf
Protective Union
MERCANTILE 1
EEPERENCE i
REGISTER.
The Merchants' Protective Union, organized
to promoto aud protect trade, by enabling ita
subscribers to attain facility and safety in tbo
granting of credits, anil the recovery of claims at
all points, have to announce that they will, on
or about September 80,1808, publish in one large
quarto volume;
The Merchants' Protective Union, organized
to promote and protect trade, by enabling Hb sub
scribers to attain facility and safety in the granting
of credits, and the recovery of claims at all points,
have to announce that they will, in September,
1808, publish in one largo quarto volume; _
The Merchants' Protective Union Mercantile
Reetbbence Itr.aisTER, containing, among other
things, tho Names, Nature or Business, Amount
of Capital, Financial 8tandino. ami Bating as to
Credit, of over 400,000 of the principal merchants,
traders, bankers, manufacturers, aud publicj
companies, in more than 80,000 of the cities, towns, I
villages, and settlements throughout the United
States, their territories, and tho British Provinces
of North America; and embracing the most impor
tant information attainable and nefcessury to enable
the merchant to ascertain at a glance the Capital,
Ciiauacteb, and Deorkk or Credit of such of his
customers as arc deemed worthy of nny gradation
of credit, comprising, ulso, n Newspaper Directory,
containing the title, diameter, price, and place of
publication, with full particulars relative to each
journal, being a complete guide to the press of every
county in the United Slates.
The reports and information will be confined to
those deemed worthy of some line of credit; and
as the same will be based, so far as practicable,
upon the written statements of the parties them
selves, revised and corrected by *rcll-known and
reliable legal correspondents, whose character will
prove a guarantee of tho correctness of the infor
mation furnished by them, it is believed that the
reports will prove more truthful and complete, and.
therefore, superior to, and of muclfgrcuter value,
than any previously issued
By aid of the Mkrcantile Reference Beoister,
business men will been enabled to ascertain, at a
glance, the capital and gradation of credit, as
compared with financial worth, of nearly every
merchant, manufacturer, trader, and banker, within
the above-named territorial limits.
On or about the tint each month, subscribers
will also receive the Monthly Chronirle., containing,
among other things, a record of such important
changes in the name and condition of firms,
throughout the country, as may occur subsequent
to the publication of euch half-yearly volume of the
Mercantile- Reference Register :
J'rice of The Merchant! Union Mcrcautile /Reference
Register, fifty dollar*. ($50, )for which it trill be for
warded to any address in the United States, traurporta
tiotl paid.
Holders office $10 thart* of the CajdteH^(ock.i?
addition to participating in the profits, trill receive one
copy of the Mercantile Reference ReoistkbTtm
of charge ; holders of ten shares will be entitled to Two
copies ; and no more than ten shares of the Capital
Stock trill hr allotted to any one applicant.
All remittances, orders, dr communications relative to
the book should be addrttsed tom/he Merchants' I*rotec
tire Union, in the American Exchange Hank Building
No. PJS Broadway, (Hor, 2.W>.) .Veie-York.
aug 22 Gm
gclie??lo South Carolina Kail i'oari.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY. MARC/7 2t'Ti 'rlLR
Passenger Trains on the South Carolina Ra..
Road will run as follows:
For Columbia?Day Train.
Leave Charleston. ?:H0 A. Mi
" Orahgeburg.12:10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia:. 8:00 P. M.
'Night Train.
Leave Charleston. f?:40 P. M.
?4 Orangeburg.*.12:.'b"? A. 31.
Arrive at Columbia. 0:20 A. M.
For Charleston?Day Train.
Leave Columbia. 0:00 A. M.
'? Ovungeburg. 9:48 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston. 8:10 P. 51.
Night Train.
Leave Columbia.i. 5:30 P. M.
" Ornngeburg.10:82 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston..... 6:80 A. M.
H. T. PEA KB,
mar 28?tf ? Oencral SupcTintendant.
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/A" THE SOL TU!
NXXTII TOIUMEI
The Publishers take pleasure in announcing that
besides the able corps of writers who have already
given a national reputation to this Magazine, they
have recently secured aevoral now contributors,
among whom wo aro dad to mention Mrs. MARY
E. BRYAN, tho most accomplished fcmnlo Essayist
in tho South. A fascinating Story from her pin
will be commenced in our October number.
We are. now publishing, in a serial form, a His
tory of the BATTLES AND CAMPAIGNS of the
ARMY OF TENNESSEE.
Also, a splendid serial entitlod 20 MONTHS IN
NORTHERN PRISONS!
Also, n beautiful Story, from the pen of ono of
the most gifted writers of tho South, entitled THE
UNDERCURRENT.
Wc expect very soon to illustrate our Magazine
in appropriate style.
Terms : Single Subscriber, per year, $4.00. For
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REAL EST ?.TE
1'OU
SALE.
1OFFER FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS. THE
following valuable Real Estate :
A FINE DWELLING HOUSE,
and improved Premise." in Orangcburg, on Ruasoll
Street, nearly opposite tho Presbyterian Church
Lot.
Also, that DESIRABLE TRACT of LAND, on tho
Old Charleston Rond, about 3 miles from Orangc
burg, admirably located for a Residence and Farm.
Also a PLANTATION near Howe's Pump, with
tine Settlement.
Also 1500 ACRES near Branchville, improved
and unimproved, tracts to suit purchasers,
Applv to
J. W. II. DUKES,
july 18?5m OrnngVflurg, S. C.
LEGAL NQTIQE&
!!T
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Ohanukuuru Pjhtbict^. !
J u the Com id on Pleas.
Henry Bischoff k Co. \ ;
*s. I Attachment.
Bailey &Bro. j , ,,y/T?
Whereas the Plaintiff* did cm the 11th day of
April, 1808, Ale their declaration a??Lhft the Do*
fendante, who, (asii, is ?uid,) aro absrni from and
without the limits of this Stnte,; und Have' icitW
wife or Attorney know a i within the same, ? upon
whom a copy of said Declaration may be served;
(hi motioh-of Messrs.- Irltir & Dibble, Plaintiff* ,
Attorneys, it is ordered, That the said Defendant*
do appear and plead to the said DeclarathxPen v&t
before the inth day of April, which will be la the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred $pd
sixty-nine, otherwise. final. and absolute judgmept
will then be given and awarded against theta. .
Clerk'? Office, ) J. F. BOBW&Ott,$
April llth, 1808, / - C.O)*&-'*
apt 11 oe3m v.->l2m'.'>
ji--i---. ? ?' j^;??
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ORANQEBUR? DISTRICT.,^
In the Common PUa$.
Jot. II. Morgan,
? vs. . I
Joseph E. Bailey.
Whereas, the Plaintiff did, on the 28th day of
March, 1808, file his Declaration against tho De
fendant, who (as is said) is absent from and without
the limits of the State, and has neither wife nor
Attorney known within the.same,, upon whom' *
copy of the same declaration might be served ; it id
therefore ordered, That the said defendant do ap^
pear and plead to the .said declaration on or before
the 20th day of March. 18C9, otherwise final'un/l
absoluto judgment will then be given and awarded,
against him.
Clerk's Office, \ J. F. ROBINSON;; rht*
March 28, 1808. J - C. C.,P,
apri!4 m '?? ?ty"T
^ Y ' Attachment. ^ J
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
? ? ,| . . i- ' V. .
Ohanof.nunc, DisxJUCT,
Iu the Couimou Pleas.
Boston Carter. "I . tu)
vs. v Attachment.
Bailey & Bros, j ,
WHEREAS the Plaintiff did. on the tenth 4?*
of April. A. P. 1808, file hi* Iicclara ?n
against tho Defendants, who (as it' is said) are t.
sent from and without the limits of this state, ?aJ
have neither wife nor Attorney known within -'th*
same, upon whom a copy.of tho said Declaration
might bu served:
It is therefore ordered; That the said Pefpv.Sapi
do appear and plead to the said Declaration o:> of
before the twolfth day of April, which will be'in
(he year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-nine, otherwise final and absolute jndg
j nient will then bu given and awarded against him.
Clerk's Office, ) * JOS. ROBINSON,
Orongcbnrg District, V ?" ^?t?.**<?.'-l*7*
?_- ^ ?? u :'.
FillE! EIRE ! FIRE!
IN* Lit II YOLK JLlFfe '
P ROPE RTV. -s- ? .
Cornelson,' Kr?mer &-Qo:9
? ? \
ATiK AGENTS FOB
PI RE STATE FIRE INSURANCE
CO.UIMXY.
"Assets 8300,000.
JAMES' RIVER INSURANCE ??,
C03IPAXY'.
.... 'i
Chartered Capital $1,$00,000.
Picduioui lieiil I'.m t?< ei lusnrunco
COMPANY,
FOB LIFE ONLY.
Chartered Capital $1,000,000. j
ALL SOUTHERN .COMPANIES.
oct 25' ? ? ?? ? 1 t '?' . iy
7* OF FORI? COLLEtiK,
SPARTAXBVBti1C. H., ScVCa.
The 1st- Session of l?th Collegiate Year begins
on 1st October. 1808. The College has never sus
pended and the Course, of Study remains un
changed, but the Faculty now admit irregular Stu
dents, or such as wish to pursue Particular Studie?
only. The Preparatory School tinder tho Super
vision of xhc Faculty opens at the same time'." "?
Tuition in College and Higher Classes of Prr
parn'iory School, including contingent fee, $54 per
year in specie or its equivalent in ? currency, "in
Lower Classes of Preparatory School with contin
gent foe, $41 per year in currency-^one-bolf In
advance. 1
Board per month, in advance, about $I? in cur
rency. For further particulars address ?:r-~
eeptJQw't ? , A- M. SHIPP, Ci-e^lajtL
The Southern Drug S^jr^
Dr. B. M. SMer, Druggist
JUST RECEIVED AND OPENING A FRESH
Supply of DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
Also Perfumeries, such as Extracts, Toilet Soaps
of every description. A full assortment of Hair,
Clothes, Nail, Tooth and Shaving Brushes of-tho'
best qualities. 5 \ V. J
With a fine assortment of Stationery, Inks. Lend
Pencils, Tndclliblo Pencils for Marking Clothes,
Writing Pens and Holder? of every description,
Memorandum Books, &o. *
You can find anything genciaUy kepi in a well
Regulated Drug Store. AU of which is ...*fered loir
for the Cash. Call and see for yourb?h c*
mar 7 *f ...
Ladies* Mutual Aid Association
CHARLESTON, S C.
rriHE objeef of this ASSOCIATION is to a?ise
I Ladies who are struggling by thol^' o^tty?
deavors to support themselves and families.
Orders for all kind of NEEDLE WORK will ha
neatly and promptly executed for which the Asso
elation will 00 responsible.
Also, Southern Preserves, Jellies, nines, Cor
dials and Pickles, Ac.. arc made under its auspice?,
and tho Quality Guaranteed.
For the benefit of our friepds. abroad, we givj %
list of itomo of tho Preserves, &c::
Orange, Pineapple and Peach Mnrmi\ladeFrcferve.\
Lemons, Citrons,
West India ami Ogoechco Linie?,
Blackberry,
Plum and Quince' JeTHe*. ''
Wines, Cordials.
Peach and Apple, k-tatker,
Aed
Cryita.\i'zed Fruits,
PicVled- Shrimps and Oysters.
Alt orders for Work, Was?Vor, %4iad
dressed to M*?- LEE,-Superintcnde*!, ? * ?
At th* Depository,
No. 7 Chalmers 8rreet, Charleston.

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