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TSE ?RANGEBURQ NEWS.
SATURDAY, OCTOMCll 81,1808.
While ice reserve to ourselves the right of defi
ning our own jwliticulposition hg means of ?ur
tutorial columns, tee will bcjdcasctl to publish
contributions from our fellotc-citizcns upon the
gnivni. questions. which note agitate the public
mmd} whether their opinions coincide with ours
or ltf*f. A district 7o:tc*pu,trr, tee consider,
should be an iudex of the various shades of jh>j> ?
uhtr sentiment in the section of country in which
it'cirvuhite*. Our columns are open, therefore,
for dug cdmmutiiratioiisprojwrli/ written, accom
ptaacd.bg a responsible name, uot personal in
? their character, nor absolutely injurious in their
HEADING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE.
Tho Louisiana Difficulty.
^ftftOtr Sufitlny night last, tho negroes wound
ed a Spaniard and Iiis son, living in St. Rcr
hard, and burned his house, the bodies of the
murdered men being cousumcd in tho flames.
Troops were scut thither, aud had sc-uic fight
ing with the negroes.
On Monday night, two white men were
killed in New Orleans, iu differcut parts of the
city, aud on Tuesday several fights occurred
between whites and negroes, several being
killed and wounded on each side, 'i he Me
tropolitan Police were entirely demoralized,
and tho negro policemen faildd to report for
duty in two days, and were discharged. One
hundred white policemen were sworn iu, and
many of them old members of the force, and
some discharged Uuitod States soldiers. The
Governor of Louisiana culled on Gcu. Rous
seau, commanding the United States Troops,
for assistance. This assistance has been given
and tho military authorities have dispatched
sufficient force to the parishes, and have put
down the disturbances; while at last reports
the city of New Orleans was quiet.
These disturbances are all owing to the
Radical Legislature creating a new Police Dis
trict, and organizing an inefficient force of ne
gro policemen, who were in sympathy with the
Radicals, tacitly encouraged them iu acts of
violence and murder, and wheu tho whites,
exasperated by these acts, rose in solf-dofonec,
the negro police was not to be seen or heard
? of any where.
The Question i?, Arc you RoffiH
"liet uk llavo Peace." . _
"address of the democratic state execu
tive committee in regard to the re
To.tlic People of South Carolina :
Fellow-Citizens: As members of 3*our
State Executive Committee?a body which
represents neurly every white citizens of South
. . Carolina?we fcol it our duty to invoke your
earnest efforts in the canso of peace and the
? preservation of order. We beg you to unite
with its in reprobating these recent nets of
violence, resulting in tho death of Martin,
Randolph and Nnncs by which a few lawless
and reckless inen have brought discredit on
the character of our people, though provoca
tion-hV these e?sos may have been given; No
cause ran prosper which calls murder to its
assistance, or which looks to assassination for
success. "The idea of assassination," said
George MeDnfhe, "is so absolutely abhorrent
to all the feelings, the Christian feelings of
modern times, and of such'pernicious tendency
that I fcol it to be my duty thus unequivocally
to (express my utter abhorrence of any pro
ceeding that may have the remotest tendency
to suggest it. Such a course is not only
obnoxious to the abhorrence of every honora
ble man from its moral atrocity, but fiem its
Listen to the words of that, patriot, which
seem to come from his grave, to warn the peo:
pic whom he loved so devotedly. Wo can add
nothing to tho weight of this great authority.
Wc oan only appeal to you to support the laws,
to preserve the peace, and to denounce those
i crimes which have so recently been committed
in some portions of our State. We speak in
behalf of the conservative aud law-abiding por
tion of the people, who constitute, we feel as
sured, nearly our entire white population, and
in their name wo express emphatically our ab
horronco of such acts; and wc pledge ourselves ,
to give nil tho nssisstance iu our power to
.suppress thorn. Wo adjuro all who love their
State, of all classes, white and black, to be
peaceable and quiet, to lend thoir efforts to
promote harmony and to quell dissension. We
ask those who arc opposed to us, politically, to
unite with us to ?heck und discountenance all
iticondiary hinguge, whether uttered in public
or private, aud to join us iu the efforts wc arc
making for the preset cation of peace, the
supremacy of law, and the maintenaneo of
order. Lawlessness will endanger the ponco
of tho whole 8tnto, and Will sureiy bring dis
aster to all classes. Let us all then, however
wo may differ in politics, devote all our
energies to maintain tho good character of
our State, aud to promote u bettor feeling
among our whole people.
WADE HAMPTON, Clmirmaii.
JOSEPH DANIEL POPE.
J. P. THOMAS.
' - ' W. R. STANLEY.
WM. M. SHANNON.
W. D. PORTER.
THEO. G. RARKER.
To tho Citizens of South Carolin?.
j?^#S#>.& - Jr.
Fellow-Citizens: Tlio numerous com
plaints made, to this rpcpnrtujjcnt of ^murders
and outrages,.committed by wicked and incon
siderate persons, excited by intense party feel
ing, made it my duty to issue the late procla
mation, calling upon all good and true men,
without respect to political predilections, to
unite iu a determination to discouutonnuco and
denounce lawlessness and violence, nod in au
ell ort to recover and maintain the good name
that has heretofore been the heritage and the
prido of our beloved Stuto. It is now my
pleasing duty to congratulate you upou tho
beneficial results that have uusucd from the
admirable and well-timed address of Geuorul
Hampton and tho Executive Committee to the
Democratic party. In honest and impressive
terms they have called, on tho people to sup
port the laws, to prosorvc the pcaco, and to de
nounce . those crimes which have so recently
been committed in some portions of our State.
Thcso patriotic counsels cannot fail of having
a wide and wholesome iuflueuce in moderating
the vehemence of feeling of those to whom
they are authoritatively addressed, while they
have quieted the apprehensions and conciliated
tho respect aud good will of their political op
ponents. This is certainly a just cause of con
gratulation to every well-wisher of tho Stato,
und it gives me unfeigned pleasure to acknowl
edge it, and to earnestly invoke the co opera
tion of every member of the Republican party
iu reciprocating, to tho fullest extent, the pa
cific policy so admirably inculcated by the
Democratic leaders. Lot acrimonious und ir
ritating discussions be avoided, and appeals be
made to tho intelligence aud reason, and uot to
the fears or passions, of the community. Dif
fer as wc may iu political scutimouts, it is the
dictate alike of wisdom and patriotism for all
to appeal to, und confide iu the efficacy of
peaceful remedies for political evils, actual or
supposed. Let "bear and forbear" be our
maxim, and so shall the pcaco, prosperity and
honor of our beloved State be maintained aud
perpetuated, and her time-honored escutcheon
will be preserved, unsullied aud undimined, in
all its original purity aud lustre.
RODERT Ks SCOTT,
The Election is held one day only.
The Randolph Murder.
pu11li0 meeting in anderson?reception
of governor scott's proclamation?
A l?rgo and rcKpootublu auiubor of the citi
zens of Anderson assembled iu the Courthouse
ou tho 22d inst., to cousidcr the charges of
Governor Scott against that district, as cou
taiued in his proclamation of the 21st iustaul.
The meeting was organized by calling Judgo
Munro to the chair, and W. W. Humphreys to
'net as secretary. Upon motion, a committee
was appointed to take into consideration the
proclamation of Governor Scott, und to report
to an adjourned meeting. Under tho motion,
the following gentlemen were appointed: Cap
tain E. L. Darker, John Wilson, Esq., Dr. T.
A. Evins, Rev. W. D. Beverly, Rev. Samuel
A. Webber, Judge J. S. Murray, A. T.
Rroyles, Rev. W. E. Waltors uud Win. Mc
Gukin, Sheriff of the district. On motion,
Judge Munro was added to tho committee.
The meeting then adjourned to meet on tho
following day, at II o'clock, to hear the report
of the committee.
October 23.?The meeting, pursuant to ad
journment, reassembled iu the court room,
wheu the following report was submitted by
the committee, through its chairman, and
We, the undersigned, a committee iu behalf
of the citizens of Anderson County, to whom
the proclamation of Governor Scott was re
ferred, beg leave to report that, strange and in
credible as such charges may appear to n?, we
will not undertake to say that information of
the same character has not been convoyed to
the Executive Department, in relation to this
county ; especially when wc know that there
arc so many motives, for party purposes, to
Your committee have spared no pains in in
vestigating each aud every one of the charges,
nod, with confidence, declare that they are as
utterly groundless as they are false. Iuno in
stance have the "officers of the law been set
nt defianceand as to the allegation that
"peaceful and unoffending citizens arc murder
ed in eold blood and the murderers uot only
permitted, but aided to escape from justice,"
wc positively affirm that there has not been a
homicide committed iu this county sinco, aud
for some time before, the inauguration of Gov
ernor Scott. Your committee do not know
what is intended by the charge that "families
have been forced to abandon their homes
through fear of violence," nor do wo know of
an instaucc in which the "authority of tho
Stato Govern incut has been denied."
Your committee nre perfectly satisfied that
peace aud good order uvc earnestly desired by
tho people of this county) nnd ns tho best
means of securing the same, that"they arc de
termined to yield obedience to tho authority of
the State government, unless it be changed by
peaceful aud constitutional menus.
In reference to the charge of "threats of
violcuec, and even of death, against prominent
members of tho Republican party who Bhafl
uttcmpt to visit this county for the purpose of
discussing tho political questions of the day,"
your committee beg leavo to submit the follow
D. F. Randolph, who wan lately murdered
iu Abbeville District, at Hodge's Depot, did
twice visit this county for the discussion of
political issues?notwithstanding the inflamn
tory naturo of his. harraogucs?without lot,
molestation or hindrance of uny kind; and ho
was actually on his way to this county for the
purpose of delivering other addresses, when
the said nun-dor was committed. On tho same
day, Mr. H?ge, the Republican candidate for
Congress, addressed tho citizens of this place ;
aud, at tho elosc of his remarks, complimented
the citizens of tho county for the kiud recep
tion he had met with, aud assured them of the
grateful feelings which he entertained towards
them. Rut your committee have been inform
ed that, on the night following his address,
and after tho reception of tho nows of tho
murder of Randolph, Mr. H?ge left this place,
as your committee would submit, without any
just grouuds of apprehension, to hike passage
on the cars of tho Greonville and Columbia
Railroad, at a point above this place, for Co
lumbia. Your committee arc satisfied that
this circmstance, groundless as Mr. Doge's
fears may have been, is tho only shadow of
pretext for a charge of opposition to a free dis
cussion of political issues by members of the
On a prior occasion, Messrs. Sawyer, Cham
berlain and Maekey visited this county; and
in the Courthouse and other sections, deliver
ed their harangues without molestation. In
addition to this fact, resident Radicals have
held coustaht mcctiugs iu this couuty with' ut ]
difficulty or interruption. ?
As to the charges of throats said to be made
by "persons calling themselves Democrats, not
to permit their political opponents to vote at
the ensuing election j" of tho "importation
and secret distribution of fire arms j" and tho
?'effort by abuse and intimidation, to dctor col
ored persons the exorcise of the elective; fran
chise," your committee, after careful and dili
gent investigation, affirm, without hesitation,
that no such stato of things exist iu this coun
ty; nor do they know of any "picketing of
the public highways," in a single iustance, iu
this county, by the Democrats of the same.
Your committee, being impressed with the
serious nature of tho charges preferred, have
thus earnestly and carefully investigated the
condition of affairs iu this county, and are ful
ly [satisfied thattthe statements made in this re
port arc true.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
EDWARD L. PARKER;
T. A. EVINS.
W. D. BEVERLY. .
S. A. WEBBER.
J. S. MURRAY.
A. T. BROYLES.
W. F* WALTER.
Upon motion, the following resolutions were
adopted, to wit:
Resolved, That the Secretary of this meet
ing be instructed to transmit a copy of the
proceedings of this meeting to Governor
Resolved, That in jus'ice to the reputation
of our district, papers publishing tho said pro
clamation bo requested to publish tho pro
ceedings of this meeting.
Q'he meeting then adjouruod.
-_ muH II--- - Q-niii.?? - ?
Tote for l>r, Tuoa. A. Elliott, for
The telegraph reports a great deal of snow
at the North aud in Cauada.
Bismarck is said to have sent 8250,000 to
the treasury of the Spanish insurgents.
The Sandwich Islands expect to raise 23,
000,000 pounds of sugar next year.
John C. Rrcckcnridge was one of tho in
vited guests at a reeout agricultural fair in
A man in New York sits on a curbstone
and whittles a stick by holding the kuifo iu
Ear rings without piercing arc soou to l>e
T. Bailey Milford, radical Legislator from
Abbeville has abandoned that party.
General II. B. Clitz ha? reached Charleston
from Washington, D. C, aud is to command
the garrison there.
It is fnlly confirmed that Prussia, Italy,
Portugal, France and England have renewed
their relations with Spain.
The Radical majority in West Virginia is
stated at five thousand.
General Blair addressed an immense crowd
at Tammany ou Tuesday night.
A dispatch from St. Louis says that the In
dians attacked Hunt and Hall's train on Sun
day morning, near Perry's Station, killing four
morr and capturing fourteen mules.
The Congressional contest in Tenncssea be
tween Mercer and Proser, both Radicals, is
wavering Proser's friends raised a polo aud
run up a carpet-bag instead of the national
A dispatch from Columbia, dated Oct., 27,
says : Associate Justice H?ge has taken re
fuge North from tire fury of tho colorod citi
xens. '.(.'hoy have learned that he assorted
some time ago that ho wished ho had all tho
negtocs in a ten ncro field and he would go
through them with his old regiment. Hogc
is a Radical candidate for Cougrcss from this
Vote for Seymour und liluir?
No Flinching.?Why should Democrats
bo discouraged 'i Our Republican frionds
would doubllcss have us so, and will do their
utmost to make the people believe it, but they
Will uot succeed. Our armor is still on, aud,
with closed ranks and energy, victory assured
ly will be ours.
Look at tho elections which have just taken
place, and barely won by our unprincipled op
ponents I what a noble fight tho Democracy
made in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana,
against unknown odds ! All tho Federal pat
ronage in their favor, together with the State
(Jovornmcuts, the whiskey rings, and corrup
tionists of every grade on their side, what
kiud of victory have they boasted of? About
a bare majority on an immense vote, and that
Courage, then, Democrats! De energetic,
fight gallantly on, and triumph is certain.
Tho stain upon our country?the curse of
bad government?must and shall be wiped out.
The people and the Right are on our side; and
with these for ub, who eau be against us ??N.
Vote for l>r. Elliott, lor State Sen
The Arms Seikeed and Thrown Oveu
uoard in Arkansas.?It transpires that the J
arms which it was suspected were intended for
the use of negro conspirators and which were
seized the other day aud thrown overboard on
the steamer Ilesper, below Memphis, actually
belonged to the Governor of Arkansas aud to
United States Senator McDonald, of that
State. These gentlemen had bought them,
expecting that an appropriation would be made
by the Legislature to purchase them. Rut
they must now think that, in the present un
settled stato of things in tho South and South
west, Arkansas is an unpromising field for
speculations of this kiud.?A". J*. Herald.
Judge H?ge, or Hog, has turned up iu
Washington, and has called on Graut and
Scholield for assistance against past and ap
prehended troubles. He received no satisfac
tion be-ond the assurance that such applica
tions must come either through the Executive
or Legislature. Since his departure, when ho
hid himself iu tho mail ear on tho liroc.iville
and Columbia Railroad, nothing until now has
been heard of him. It is uot stated in the
despatch whether he succeeded iu saving his
carpet-bag or not. If that indispensable ad
junct was lost, however he can easily procure
another where he is.?Ncicherry Herald.
Tote for Jacob P. Keetl for Congress.
A large negro Radical meeting was held in
Savannah on' tho 27th intt.. In the Court
House square this afternoon and several white
leaders wero on the stand. The speeches of
the whites aud blacks was threatening and of
uii incendiary character. One colored speaker
threatened fearful retribution to Democrats
wheut Grant got elected. He said the right
of his race to vote was obtained by revolution
aud that it would take a bloodier revolution
to take it from them. The colored people
would be law-abiding, peaceful citizens if they
may, but devilish, fighting, hurtling citizens if
they must. Many whites were present.
General Joseph T. Reynolds commanding
Fifth Military District, has recently issued an
order directing sheriffs, constables and milita
ry officers of every grade, to arrest on the spot
any person wearing, a mask, or who is other
wise disguised. The occurrences which gave,
rise to this order were the murder of four pris
oners, taken out of jail at Jefferson, Texas, by
a baud of armed men wearing masks, and the
reported perpctrntiou of similar outrages in
other parts of the State.
Keep A way.?We think that tho best
policy for Democrats to puv?ue in regard to
Radical meetings is to keep away front them.
The speakers almost invariable say something
to insult the Democrats, in order to get np a
difficult}', so that they may telegraph to tho
North, "Another Rebel Outrage !" and thus
make capital for their party by misrepresent
ing our unhappy section. Therefore, the best
thing that can bo done in this regard, is to
keep away and let them severely alone.?Ait
The State Central Executive Club unani
mously adopted a resolution presented by
Wade Hampton endorsing Lee's letter to Rose
emus, and stating that the sense of the Club
was decidedly in favor of qualified negro suf
The Demtfcrat says that a Jacobin of La
('rosso who approached a foreigner for his
vote recently got the following answer from
tho foreigner: "I can never vote with a party
that makes a negro eligible and a white foreig
ner ineligible to the Presidency of the United
Maiikiko?On the lath instant, at the residence
of Uro. W. Barton, Esq., by Rev. K A. Price, Mr.
AUUIJSTUS IIOLMAN to Miss MARTHA M.
WOLFE, daughter <>f Hie late Christian Wolfe. All
of Ortingchitrg District.
M.Mtnir.ii.?On Thursday evening ?flth inst.. at
the 'residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Dr:
Darhnni, Mr. .H UN U. R1I.KV to Miss JANE \\
SANDERS. All of this District.
A? PRIVATE SALE until
the FIRST MONDAY iu next month, when it will
j bu sold nt Auction. W. 0. CONNOR.
Thanks to the Ladles.
At a meeting of the Orangeburg Fire En
gine Company, held on Thursday night last,
tho following resolutions of thanks wero unan
RvHolecd, 'I hat we know not how to express
adequately in words, our obligations to the
IwiicH of Orangeburg and of this District, and
their friends in other parts of the State, for
their generous contributions and services, in
connection with the Fair, conducted by them
for the benefit of this Company, at Engine
Hull, on Thursday and Frida}' lust: and that
we will ever gratelully remember their kind
assistance, so cheerfully rendered.
Reaoleal, That our thanks are also tender
ed to the citizens of Orangeburg and its viciu
ity, for their liberal patronage of tho Fair, the
success of which has materially relieved this
Company from financial ctubarrassiueuts.
RvJtulveil, That a copy of these ltesolutious
bo published in tho OitAXOKuuito News.
J. W. MOSELEY,
E. S. IiUBUKLL, President.
Secretary Pro. Tom.
QSr ItOQJfS STATE CENTRAL EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE, P.r.nui.ioA* Paktv, Cuablkstox(
October *2H. ]8<i8.?Not only that 1 do not approve
of, but I advise most earnestly against the proces
sions taking place In Charleston, Columbia, Sumtcr
and Orangeburg on the -d proximo, us published,
as I suppose ley mistake, over 1113* name. While
they will not strengthen us as a party, they may
give rise to some mischief, and the Republican
Party may then ho branded an the disturbers of tbc
public pence. Let these meetings ho grand rallying
meetings, at which some of our best speakers will
advise a lung and strong pull for Grant und Colfax
and our Congressional und County Tickets but
carefully guard against causing any undue excite
ment by speech or actions. Republicans will d<?
their duly on the 3d day of November without the
demonstrations referred to.
Respect full, A. J. RANSIER,
I liairinan S. C. Executive Committee,
uet 111 It
two Lnrge, Fiue CARRIAGE HORSES.
One DURHAM COW.
One COW und CALF.
oet :il?*Jt SIMONTON k GLOVER.
rpiie Cheapen! I>ry Goods Yell No
X IIUMWU?!.:? Splendid dress Prints 1>M,
Wurth Iftc., Long Cloths, fine Ml) worth l?c:. extra
I'niubric L. Cloth 'JO, worth lifie., sioul brown Shirt
\u% 1'Ji. rich Dress Goods, Si'.k Poplins "<Oi .. solid
etil'd and blk Delaines, Itrocudcs, i?? lady's rich
?:loth Clonks, Tabling Unmask, Yarns $J best Fam
ily Flour $b\.r>U sack. Those that want llurgains
call, and those that do not. need hot, us these goods
sell* without pulling. McMASTER,
ml ;J1?|t Ageut.
NOTICE TO PLANTERS.
Soluble Pacific Guano.
r|tllKltlultl.V SATISFACTORY AND KF.MAP.K
_|_ able effects of fhi.- (ll'A.Ml In producing very
largely increased crops of Cotton, Corn und other
fiMple crops, bus attracted the general attention 01
planters and farmers. In order to confirm public
confidence in the continued 'erti'ltthee of this Ultimo
nml avail of the best scientific ability in the prose
cution of ibis important business, the PACIFIC
Gl'ANOCO.M I'ANY bus consummated 11 profession*]
etijjHgcnieiit with Dr. ST. JULIAN RaYLNEL, ol
Charleston. S. C, ns scientific adviser ami consul
ting Chemist to the Company. Dr. RA V EN EL i
convcrsuut with the compositum and qualities ol
the Guano, as well as uith tho rbaracter. policy
ami unusual resources of the PACIFIC GUAN?
COMPANY, and will communicate full information
011 these points In planters who may call 011 him
or address hi u by letter at Charleston, S. C.
JNO. H.REESE & CO., General Agents,
Pacific (iuatio Company, Ualtitnoro, M l.
J. N. ROHHON,
Ag?nt for South Carolin.-., Charleston, S. C.
W.M. T. LIGHTFOOT. WILLIAM WILI.COCK.
William T. Lightfoot & Co.,
A RE CONSTANTLY IfE C E I V I N C,
?. Full and well selected assortments of
And all articles suited to this market. They
sell for CASH, and sell nt the lowest rates.
They buy all kinds of Country Produce and
pay highest prices, cither in Cash or Darter.
A fine selection of
Constantly on hand, without any contribution
ORANGEBURO FIRE WELLS.
Call at the same building known so well ns
Willeook's Tin and Stove Store.
WM. T. LIfl HTFOOT & CO.
Oct 31 c ly
IF YOU WOULD SAYE one Servant's
hive, come to WILLCOCK'S and buy a
SOUTHERN STATES, or
These and other patterns always on hand,
and warranted to come np to representation,
out 31 c ly
Charleston, S. C.
AGENTS CIIAHLE8T0N AND LIVERPOOL
f 8TEAM8IHP LINE.
Advances made on shipments of Cotton, Bice,
nn<l NhvilI Stores to Foreign and Domestic Port*. , .
oet 24 4t
Direct Steam CominunicatLoii
CHARLESTON AN I) L
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL'STRAMSHIP
LINE composed of tho First Class Iron Steam
era ! '* ,; '* . ?? '? '? y- J< ?"*'-? ,
GOLDEN HORN, 1188 tons, II. C. Macdryk, Com
ROSPHORUS, 'JUatuns, J. Munniiu, Commhnder,
MARMOKA, '.?in ton?, F. Men hull, Commander.
Days of sailing from Charleston 1st and l&ih of
each month, ns follows :
GOLDEN HORN.4..........loth November.
Arrnngements having hcon made with tho South
Carolina .und other Railroad Companion for tho
prompt forwarding; of through - freight, shippers of
Cotton from tho interior may rely.on the utmort
Cotton consigned to.thu undersigned for shipment
by this line will be forwarded free of commissions,
netual expenses onlv added. ? ?
HOUKRT MURE ft CO.. Agent?,
oct 24?1 m Charleston, M, O.
ULKS FOR SALE.
At reasonable rates, for Cash.
Apply AT THIS OFFICE.
oct 17?if ? ??? ~ ? r.'i
F. H. W. BRIG&MANN & C0~
RESPECTFULLY INFORM, OUR ORANOE
bnrg Friends that we hnec moved in our
Where we arc ready to supply buV Friends and the
Public in generu with a full and fresh supply of
Also nil kinds of
I.lql'OP..'. WINES, PORTER,
ALK, ETC., ut reduced Price.*.
We have a line lot of FAMILY FLOUR from
Juo. CAMPSKN K OO.'S Mill, Charleston, put up
in small Sucks, verv- low. ' - ' s . ,v is*. If*
We offer for sale'the RECIPE for mnking JACK
SON S INIVERSAL WASHING COMPOUND
and JACKSON'S LAUNDRY SOAP for Oue Dollar,
whieh has given satisfaction to alt to whom we have
"wowdlhny COTTON and nil other Vitf$DUCE,
giving the highest market priced or ship for any
iiac, FREE of CHARGE and make LIBERAL AD
VA MKS on the sunn..
JM,t :i?1 y F. H. W. BKIGGMANN ft CO.
STATE OF iSOUTH CAROLINA,
Augustus Hol man | Rill fur
Harriet llolrn.ui, Injunction and
Adiu'r. ami Adm'x. ?f ; Partition
Elin* Dolman, of
vs. Real Estate.
Elias 0..1lr?lman, H. ?1.
In pursuance of an order of the Court of Equity,
made in theabove stated case, I will ?eil before tho
Court (louse in OrnugcLurg. on Monday' November
2d. lRi'.S. the lands of tho Estate, of Elias Holmau,
decea>cd, as follows:
; Tuatt No. 1.
Containing ffvo hundred and *ighty-ono (fi8l)
acres, more or less, on Hunters Rraneh, botvaded
by laud* of II. Corbett, t. F. Rrodie, R. Brodle.
Estate lands of Elias Holmnh and Hunters Branch.
Tba?t N?. 2.
Containing five hundred, and seventeen (617)
acres, move or less, on Hunters Branch, bounded
by lands of M. Keadlc, Wesley Johnson, Joseph
Johnson, 11. P. Corbott, and Hunters Branch.
Tn.vcT No. 3.
Containing two hundred Jand thirty eight (238)
acres, more or less, bounded by lauds of Estuto
Elins Holman, M. Kcndle and .M. C. O'Dowd.
Tit act No. 4.
' Containing two hundred iind'nls?^-?ix
j acres, more or less, bounded by Huater* Creek,
fand the lands of Mf C. O'Dowd, M. Ksadle and 0?o
Estate of Elias Hclman. -| $,
Tbact No, 6.
Containing- one hundred and seventy-two (172)
acres, more or less, embracing one half the Mill
Pond, and bounded by lands of Estate Eliaa Mol
imin, J. K. Rrodie, M. 0. O'Dowd and Hunter
Tract No. C.
Being the undivided moiety, in a tract of Land,
containing four hundred acres, more or less, bound
ed by the South Edisto River and lands of M,
O'Dowd, J. K. Erodio and Hiram Weeks.
Tit act No. 7.
Containing four hundred and fifty (.400), more or
less, being in B.irnwell District, and State of South
Carolina, hounded by hinds of J. H. Holman, Win.
F. Kitchings and James Kitchings.
Tract No. 8.
Being the Estate in remainder of the life Estate
of Mrs. Harriet Holman. consisting of ono thou
sand one hundred and seventy-six (1170) acres,
more or less, situated in Orangeburg District, on
Hnnter Branch, nnd bounded by lands of Estate of
Elins Holman. Phillip Kitchings, IL M. Corley nnd
Terms?One-third cash, the balance on a credit
of one year, parchascr giving bond bearing interest
from day of salo, with a mortgage of the premise*
to secure the payment of the purchase money.
Purchasers'!* poy for stamp* and papers.
Commissioner's Office, 1 V. D. V. JAMISON,
Orangehnrg C. IL, > Commissioner.
October 1, 18G8. J
D. V. JAMISON k SON, Auctioneer*.
WILL SELL AT THE RISK OF THE FORMER.
Purchaser, at Orangeburg C. 11., on Wednes
day, November 11th, 180?*., nt 11 o'clock A. M. one
hnndred and seventy-eight (178) Orosaof Assorted
Screws. Sold originally as part of the Stock of
Kxokicl & Kehn, Bankrupts, the former purchaser
not having complied With terms of sals.
P. V. DIBBLE.
Assignee Ezcklel & Kottn, Bankrupts,
oct 24_' 2t
? I A fresh supply of
CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, LAUD, SODA, VlNB
and LEMON CRACKERS, CANDIES, ftc., at
sept 1??Cm UusacU-Strcct,