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THE ORANGEBURG NEWS
Financial, in* Tlvimasn Manaesa.
?IHcinl I?uper of the ttlato ai.il
?f Oras^fbnrK County.
SATl'KDAT. APRIL 2?. 1873.
JLIJLL'mim.Wi.11' 1 11 .. !!! ..Ill
Aj ?y|??WiJ)f % Wv'/Te?, in the
lovely spring it is natural and profitable
te be sentimental, and amid the lavish
luxur^tfce of Naturo'a loveliness just
be-ej^ljaj;^ into beauteous life, what more,
fitting theme ! The reflection of all the
outer beauty eostomps itself upon the
soul and mind ef man and instinctively
turn! Iiis thoughts to subjects of s>nti*
uienV. ' . * ';
Leesoe ^letoi jjol ? i > beJnfoq \>
"In *bc .Spring a brighter crimson, eorups.
' upon tho burnished dovo :
"In tho Spring a voting man's fancy lightly
turns to thoughts of love.''
The word beauty is French j the idea
is universal. The philosophy of beauty
ia mystic ; hi metaphysics most abstruse.
Whether it cousits in colors or in lines
is a question of abatract science. Its
concrete esscnee is philofcrous. The
blind boy who had never seen bis
mot-her' believed her to be the nu-s*.
beautiful "being in existence.
a? w wuf
T.lie child who was utked, who was
?he most beautiful wouian replied "My j
Mother " Sublime faith which trust
iag^dvrrtifjed the to walon with the to ;
iiuufJttinrin tht\ one Instance; reafixatton of
f>pa ivli' j'a te! i ' ' ? M
its pure beau-ideal in the oilier. Eaieli
rapiW oui. i i ?, ; ?
aentimoDt this! Hat to be more practi
cal in treating a sub ject of euch ether
is! sentimoat, wherein is beauty f In
contour complexion, expr-s*ton, in eye,
cheek/ mouth or form? Or in the tuu'e
ensemble, at. all traits, and in their nro%
portion and symmetry of union ''. Kdilh
Plantageuet attracted her lover by her
ankle. 'Delightful idea of the chaste
Sir Walter. j;Xdif [dY^aik cheek and
graceful figure have piled their "heaps
of aMoslom slain." But the eye baa
been, the world ever, Cupid'a favored
weapon1 ? to r aWiiVe his vfeti ins. Which
cy^ ? of eye is vest pestiferous f
''Ho".throbs the heart when tint we view.
The eye that roll? in gloasy lilue:
Or sparkles black ; or mildly throws
A beamiroiu under huxel brows."
Hyr?n had no favorite color of eye.
yet hew susceptible to beauty was he !
W'hat expression of eye ia moat fatal ?
The^jmirl^uJ, ^Jte arch, the aedatc, the
melancholy, the haughty or the facile
that can jio?uro all emotions? Hearts
are divided. Does the charm ldrk in
the ftt&? *;L
Meto W ? ?f ?? . i i
Baa" ia the Haid s proposition which he
uttessViaia very axiomatie way.
No*, rn height, size, color or express
ion of the eye, not in color of the hair
consists the arbitrary standard of Heauty.
y-'tie v*b ..'"v? ? ?j* fi.j evru
As ynlatilo as she is delicate, the
mocking sprite has no fixed hue or
eurv?, * but like the chameleon it has all
shades, like Nature all forma. In all
colors0 and 'lines is hidden tho potent
r?"5r ?o please..
Tie^tJae ajmpatbotio recognition* of
the-Jatant spell that makes it patent and
powerful.; De tjhrtibnt non ett Jinjiu
fandum. Put it seeuis in very truth
that ^eve^yjttaste has its object of grati
flcation. Wise and beneficent dispense
?iontl - So, much foe the beauty of
phjj?iqUe$i ?'WRion' it is quaintly said, "is
hoi olhor natural forms of
beautjw In the landscape, in the
oeesjoyi^jp (tpf silver cascade, in the
angry cataract, there dwolla the spit it
of Beauty, TnvTsible to the uninitiated,
perhaps, but striking, swiftening and
ennosbliiig to tic, gifted or tha cultivated
lksfttrea ?h1 > this - there is a moral
beaut?? tn^crmrneter, in a noble act, in
fortitude^ fa ldpgsufferiiig, in se'fdeuial
?f whiou the favored lino is true !
"A thing of beauty is s joy forever!"
There is a beauty irr a perfect life !
MftWded ?8hW! ite pattern or the
Or*at Kx*mpiar and developed into
MMteWKOBW jnerufrti ? ??
exqy^jte j rj^oporfioas, and chastened
into?*)ei\?aftd lineamente, by the rdig
ieus- ebeewaucci of the rites ol Honor
?A'l^oli;t saVs'tt.e noblest werk of
IU iWrlsWaW syneeym it Love, meat be
aa ^o^#^nlW^?' ^?** r,TeUtlon
will ss^fy.nijnmral scates, snslwboae
triumYlatst: ?)tforatfori "will be reeeited
ia tbe perennial "Heauty of Holinsss."
Tin: coxsrsri rio.v uwp&pri'
Old Drhlsio he Tsiiil.
I M I OCTANT URCISION oV THK UNITED
STATES Ml'ltEME COURT.
The recent decisions of the Supreme
Court of the United States on twu cases
up; from ?vorgiu. ib nhich the derisions
of the Supremo Com t of that State are
revrrsed are ol great | ublic interest.
if ?*w >t Jed beoj ase a "
They are not only of interest to. t)te le
gal .profession and to tho parti -a cou
corned, but to all yorat ns holding home
stead exemptions", und th. ir creditors,
and to all creditors who h-?vc claims da.
ting back anterior to June t, 1S(J.>.
Some serious complicaiioti may grow
out of these dcrisioi--, drei, ring the
homestead act unconditional. The foll
owing is a brief statement of the deci
In Gunn vs. Hairy, the Constitution,
ality of the homestead clame of the
constitution of 1SG8, and of tho laws
passed in pursuance tluroof was passed
upon. Gunn had applied to the Superior
Court of Haiidolj li ciunty for a man
damus to be directed to Harry, the
sheriff of tlia county to require hint to
lory a certain fi. fa. ngiiust one Hart.
Lisucd upou judgment for a debt cpa'rnet
ed before the adopt ioivof tho const ttoti ?n
of 1SC8, upon the property of said Hart i
which had been ret aide to him as a |
homestead under the act of 1 3G8\ npon ]
tho ground ihst that act was unconatitu |
|tlM [i? f*t'..P 1 I. i tU?0?
tional and v</id so. !ar as it prevents 1
the levy of such fi! f.i., or provided lor a
I arger amount of exemption than did
the lawa iu existence at the) l nie the j
debt was contracted The Superior '
Cotv t refiii-e l the' man.Ia nut. an I the
State Supreme Co irt ahV.ncd their |
derision which was reversed byboSu j
preiii* Court of tho I'uited States. The
of this is t ? rondsr Vf.-id all ASiigir ihrr.t'a j
of Iimu*-stead and exemption* nfprraoi?
alty under the act ofl M>3, so far as tiny
may nflecl debts (vuifactod before tho
sdoption of the c uHtitu io-i of 13 i ?.
.\ens Suniuaary .
THE l.Ol If 1ANNA OUTBREAK.
More bloody disorders are springing
from the revolutionary conflict in "Louis -
iana. A quarrel over local nfhees, in
Graut pariah, oxer one hundrrd uegross
bc:ng reported killed. The trouble seo.ni !
to havc.growu out of a coiiteit for pos- ;
session ofthe county courthouse, situated j
st t'olfn.1. Graut pariah. Kolleg, claim !
ing to be Govsniur of Louisiana, has-com- j
missioned certain man as pariah olTi ? -im, j
the Lynch Returning Board having Grit |
set aside the popular rLclioo. K i!.g'?
appoiu'ees are resisted by some of tl.ov
who opposed his party iu the late election
the colored men beinj couspicu jus in the j
preliminary acts of violence. Those,
fortifying thennelves in the courthouse, |
have been attacked by the Kellogg party
nnd driven out by firing the building
No legal proves* ao"!in to h i?e bciu .
attempted on either aid-. We hops ilu ;
tragical result,of this Unless conflict j
have been overdrawn. Tiie DCVient '
statement la an awful one, an 1 giver us .
no idea of which side has ihr rights of ,
the case It is eunugh to know th.it'. he i
bloody occurrences iu Grant ptrish are
tho ilegitimate fruit of a usurpation j
whii.ha I nited S\atca>Cqurl peirmitted.
the Pntidsnt winked at, and Concroaa
di 1 not have tho courage to touch
The i<ouisiuua mt'.ddlo baa br-vght
.about a. serious confli. t between the
.whites and negroes iu a little town nani
jed. Colfax, in Grant par lathi The dirt
-on fin I condition of alfairs in | ltd State
endered it iinpmtib|e ?o*dseide as to the
legality of ihr last eleatien?, aud the
rival candidates in thu tiwu in question
Were advised by '?Governor*' Kellogg to
settle in it tjr* between themsehue-, A
collision and bloodshed were tho natu
ral 'runVcqnsnriee, The negroes took
possession of the courthouse, thron up
|i)reiS*sworks. and were finally 'dislodged
and defeated with cousiderxbU loss, by
sti attacking Jorce of white?. A sad
eouimsDiHrr on tho manage ueut of
Southern affairs by the C?owr u?nt and
adtltmnad dis^moe oa CliouiV-efor leav
ing the rival parties in Loni iana if? a
quandary aa to the legality uf their1 re
spective claims. ' *Ai
PUT M E IM MY LITTLE I.AVA USD.
' o*o * .'i* t?i'* ?
Mr Joses Applogate. one of the It.
diso commissions!*, girr? the following
graphic description of the "Lva bedi.''
wblpb figure, so extsnsirely siuoe the
beginning pf the Mndoo troubLs. " i ho
j stronghold of the Mndoo Indiaja is a
'prrijngal. (an irregular roleanic surfte?)
of tit* most extensive and elaborate dcs
rriptien, it occupies, with but few in
tervals, one-hundred squaro in i los. IT
you can imagine a smooth, solid sheet of
gran'to ten miles square snd Ovo bun
dred feet (hick, covering resistless mines
of gunpowder powder scattered at irrog
ulsr intorvnls simuianeonsly, rending
the whole field into rectangtilsr masses,
front the size of a matchbox to that <>fa
church, heaping these masse* high in
some places and leaving deep chaiins in
olhors. Following the explosion
the whole thing is placod in
one of Vuloans crucibles aud heated up
to a point ffhan the whole begins to fu?o
and run together, and thou snffored to
cool. The roughnce-t of tho upper sur
faeo remains as the explosive left it,
while all below is hoiieycombod by tho
cracks and crevices causod by the eool
ing of the melted rocks. An Indian
can, from the top of one ol these pyra
mids, shoot a man without exposing
even a sijitare inch of himself. He can
with due haste, toad and shoot s com
mon muzzle loading ride tea times be
fore a uisn can sc amble over tho rocks
and ohatus between the slain and tho
slayer* If at this terrible exp-nso of
life a force dislodges him from diseive.
he has only to drop info and follow some
subterranean passage, wiili which he is
faruilliar, to gain another am' '>h, from
whence it will cost ten more lives to
disjege him, snd so on."
THE GAI.t.OWS? HANOIXO IN* SYR A'
CL'SK Y HARDENED (' U I.I'll IT.
SYRACUSE, N. Y , April 13 -Night.
?Henry Fralich was hanged at this
c ty this alteruoon, f?r tho murder of
Peter Schaflcr. Fralich tnuruhed firmly
to the gallows where he made a speech
denouncing the Judge and District At
torney iu bitter language, lie cl..*ed
his remarks by saying "in the oanie of
God Almighty I am ready hit tin go."
It seems that these ferocious savages
do not live bj bunting, but that they
aro root-eaters of the lowest class of
Indians. Tliuy are said to have souse
proud tradition-- and inspiring legends.
The .Missouri /iejmbtiran winch seems
well versed iu their hist tj relates the
''Not far fr m where they n-?w stand
at bay, they point to a high rock, upon
which a b<nd of their warriors was once
beleaguoicd. All retreat Lein- cut oil',
ami no esc ipe possible except L\ vol
untary death, tha Modues stood up in
line upon the be.uk o' the di/./.y preci
pice saug their death ->ong with deli ml
gestures, in full view of their enemies on
the plaius Lelew, Inched their hands mid
sprang with a shout c! triumph to III
Bi.i'E EiECE" k?v.rr pkcsded? eaeo.v
8TITfTfO.nal?sever ttt. co ii nt v
TRKASL ICKKS aru t.sted Volt fraud.
Col.I" Mit? A, April IS?Night. ? The
Supreme Cuuit t-o-day decided that the
Blue Kivige Scrip is uueoiislitution.il.
This settles-a vexed questiau which has
exercised the pcqdo nnd the courti for
mote than a year,
Secretary ( ard.zo has arrested sever
al C?.u::fJ Treasurers, charging theo?
with trau 1.
Judge Carpenter dot-id. d today in
Chambers that there w is no just cau>e
for the charge in the easo of tlic E Ice
field County Troasiircr. Ho was dis
At Paris Henri Hocbofo'rt's wife is
In Spain the Carlists have cut the
road between Barcelona and Sarrn^osf-u.
tl isnt's soap w rks, ou Twenty-third
aud Hamilton streets, Philadelphia,
were d.s>tto\ed by fire this morning.
Three men are reported to havo been
butned- to death aud a Utliuber of other
[from the Newberry (\S.- (J.) Herald of
March 12, )
Nicwnr.naT, S. C, March 187-!.
MESSRS CI L VER IIROTIIERS:
It is with pleasure that we eonnnen?'yoi'e
Farmer Cooking Stove to the general public.
They uro an absolute household necessity >u
ibis ttiue, especially when sojiiucb^ efdumes
tie duij und iiianageinMil depends more or
lass u|ioii our wives m.d daughters. The
Store is as simple und beautiful u construc
tion as it ia rapid and Tellable in its work.
In a word, it IS lie near perfect as if can be.
John 1'. Kiuard, J. U. 0. Nunc??,
J. ('. S. Brown, Isaac Herbert,
0. MeJracken, A. Longshore,
John .'.brains, it. F. Hawkins,
W. F. Mens, I?. P. Harris,
Jasj l.es'cr?; 8. Viert*,
? M. Williams,. 11. F. Urirhu,
II. Sober, M. Longshore,
T. J. Seclr i**e. A ?JoHiug,
L. Diokot, J. Y. William:?}
H. W. Suber, J. M. II. Uutf,
U. 8. Hollo, J. W. unfiasa,
J. 1). Epps, J? lf. Ouier,
.1. W. Hnoades. Mi BseJeoN
Samuel Abraius, M. C. Lonshore,
M. L. Young, J. C. Stewart,.
J. B. .lohnsvn, W. 1.. Waten*,
H. Hendrioks, w. M. Km n i,
Levi 81swaon, Jacob Kibler,
J. B. Floyd, U. W. Aedtew?,
B. 8. Hui ion. J. S. Pitt.,
James Oarreit, L. Longshore,
W. B. Fetei sen, Wiu. A*. FaiS,
John 8. Cook. John McCerley,
J. 11. BsToter, W. Dorrob,
A. C. Hellingeworth.
PTA TL OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CoVJRVT or Nawasaav.
I certify that I am acquainted with John
P. Kiuard, J. <'. 8. Drown, and oihers,
whose names are appended to the foregoing
recnnisseiidatien, that they are reputable
ciluen* of Newberry county, and entirely
Given under any hand and seal ?f office
this March 3, \HT4.
wahren m. FF.AG I.K.
Deputy Clerk, fewborry esunty,
[From tiie Abbeville (8. C.) Preas k Banner,
Jan. 16, 1878 ]
Anssvii.r.K. 8. C. Dee. 10, 1872.
MESSRS VULVKIl BROTHERS.
We cheerfully grant you permission to
uso our names aa you scr proper iu c??m
mendatioa of y?/ur Farmer Cooking Stove,
for' wo regard it ns being nltogotber the
best evoking stove in use. It is all that is
desiruhle in a stove, for ? it Is simple in I
e.ouM rnrtion, ban no dampers or linen to
burn out, an.I linke? qiilck and beatitifulljr.
We bespeak for you n libereI patronage
from our neighbors and friends, believing
aa wc do l Ii ist none whoi-pnrchaso one ol
iheae sieves Will ever reg-roat it. but will
consider it a rare prise in these ? /?. wbon
gooi cooks lire so hard lo gel. Your enter
prise merits suCCeia, and We hope you will
j \V Jordan, John Jell es, J I) Necl.
I) P No. I. 8 Tnlbtrt, W McCain,
Jrwnc* Harnes, J U Itritt, 1' Tucker,
.lohn Ilagan, W Watkiu, J It I'ruitl,
.1 K Dell, llvnrv Howie, A Hall,
W I. Ruwie. Jtto..Vance, T V I'rultt,
l> P Hannah, M <; Rivers, U Jones,
(1 W Nichols, S It Cook, .1 C Hull,
S O Young. J .Ionian. M Freeman
W Wicklirlo, J 4'ri-well, ? V Sharp.
J M Pruitt. A J Weed, W A 11*11,
A .J riinks.-nle*. T O nil!. Hurt liil^y.
.las. Thomesnn, O W M?wen, Win. Cook,
J [> Alewiue, A F.ver. J T Cheat ham,
U Tavl?r. II Rilev II M Prince,
M h Ashley, W Fonsheo. H W Brooks,
N Acker, 11 P. Dneeuport, J SSbirley,
Wrn. Hagan, J j Acker, JMJordaM,
.1 C Fooshee, W C Crmitd (J p Oncall,
J I) A In ras, W F Anderson, W 11 Webb,
.1 l> P-joshoe, T B Puokett, W Whith-y,
It V Acker. II J Bptihg, P A tr.bble.
BT ATM OF SOUTH CAROLP.NA,
AnnRrtLLi County, January 14. l*7:i.
I. L. D. Bowio. Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas and (ioiier.il Session*, for
County and Pia c aforesaid, do hereby
certif; that I am personally acquainto I
with th? above signer*, and lake pleasure in
?.<\ in/ that they uro MjfvorVI\ honorable
gentlemen, nnd ure men of ureditand un
doubted veracity. I w ill add thai Messrs
Culver Brothers have sold several liundri d
of their Farmer Conking Steves in ihia
oouuly, nnd. ?o far ns JrJtave heard, they
give uiiivorsal .-nt i--faction.
L. I). BOWIE.
?pril 19 -It.
j*eTOTICK.?A li isirrnoiiM litiviii'X
l^j Claims a gain ?I the Kstttte of filizubel i
Move. d. c d. Will present them properly I
at I est ol, und all persons indebted to the '
same, will make pay incut to me al Kings '
vili S C, U. It.,
J. Hobt. Sety, A !m~,
iipril 2<*- Jt
The Stat9 of South Carolina
In THE Cot.'UT OF PltOttATE
By A VG 1ST f'S If. RNO-'YLTON, ?uso..
J.-vdg-* of Probate-r* ?a!d Couuly.
V. U;:Ri:A>. Rosa V Clark hn'h app'*?l
to we lor Leiters of A<Uniui-i rap. n on >o"
Fatale af Lawrence 1>. tluM:. h-fe- ol ^..i? t j
Those are ibemforts t<f^f'* rtnS ?-nami-di '
all and singular the kinafvd und Credit<>rs ;
of the said deceaeed? ? ?? b?a nn I a;>pr::r be- '
fore mo at a Court of Probate fur lU? said
County, to he huldeli at luv Office in Hi ni;>.
burg, S. C. on lire tw>lMi day ol May.
1H7::. ui U) o'clock A. M.. lo ?h?w e-u*e il
any, why (lie said Adininislraiioi. elm
not be granted.
Givt-ti uu<)er luy hand nn 1 the Seal ihc
Court, this SoHrihty of April A. D. |S;.S.
? ami in the l?7th year of American liid.
[L.S'.] AtGCSTCS P. KNOWLTOS.
apl2K?2t Jud??fo( l,iiib.,te.
Gent reduottnn in prices of Spring ??> !.i
bought in Ihr la-t tSu day.
IF YoP want touf.t Tilt BEST 1 v. u
Cheapest ready ?made Spring Ciqihiug. 1
go .o Mc^a'MA^A'S'.
IF jou WANT LADIF..S AND CHI l.D '
rail's Shoes of the bot ipltliljr in I at lo?*
prioi/y, gcMo MeN A M A R.VS.
IF you WANT I.ADlRSiDKBSS OOO?8
- Chinp aud Stylish, go to
mVnam A I' VS.
IF Ydi: WANT OKNTEBMBN'8 CASSI
mens: I'Joths, twe .*''*? Mellous, Ur..l)'
d>te. Summer ilr?ls and ooflonades, Mo .
all ol the liest qmility, and the largest SiocU
iu tuwn, und a; loa- pi ieca, i".>, to
F V(>r WANT Gt?t)l> SCO A It. H LRS
For Yl. K" Mi NA.MAKA S.
F YOU WANT GOOD HltOWN HOMKS
ntlll oui* wide, at 121 cents, goto
" MojN A .VI A k A 8.
F YOU M AN f T<) UHY CHEAP FOR
. Cash, go to McNAMAK VS.
Reiag llmiikftil for ths lioersl'pstrerttige
boat owed en me in 01? tnet. I respectfully
scltuit a coiitiuunncu of t'ne snsue.
.1 .\Y. >'AM VWA.
AppriVJ?, IhT;'. ly.
YOTH I. TO f llKDITOIl.H.
A\ All persons having demands against
tin- Fatale of B. 0. Hunt, deceased, and all
persons Indebted to said Estate will preaonl
the same and make payment to the un ler
slrned within three montha I ram lldn.dMs.
,|n IT S P. SPlOK^EfT.
Februar}' 11th, l^To. i?l
OrHiigoburg1?In I?rbulo Coiu'l.
I). I. ftritjj, cf. /'. M. Itouttr, Aitmr. John
All persons having claims against the
F.Hiale or it e lute John a. Keilt are reqne-i
ed iu present and prove tk-eir rtspgoliro de
nvn U before tins Court On or before ihe
iweniy-niulb day oT Vpiil. 187?.. lo which
.dnte the fariaer hvariiig of ? he above en
titled actiou is continiod.
a. B. knowi.tos.
apt ii i*
Notk? of DismimsL
lyTOTICl 18 IfsTREBI OTVEN THAT one
XI Month f cm date I will <Oo aaj ftstal
account with the Honorable Aug. B. Khswl
ton. Judge of Probate for Orangeberg
County, as Guardian of Joseph M. and
Daniel J. Griffin, and a?k for Letters of Dia
missal. JOHN F. 8HIFF1N,
April lfdh. 187t. GnaHiaa.
apl 111 Ina
TO Ui: OIVKN AT
OLANUKM 'KU, S. C, MAY 1st, 1875,
The Knights will ii--.-ml.k- at the Old
Parade Ground, at IU o'clock, the line will
he formed nt half pan I ten (10|) precisely.
Mitchell's Bras* Hand heading the column.
The line of march will he through Muin?
street to Kail ltooXl, ft out thence to Tourna
ment Ground, arriving there the Knights
will he formed into line, in front of the
Judge* stiud where the rubs governing the
riding will he read.
The exercises will begin at half pnst eleven
(11$ ) o'clock. The names of tie Knijrhw
will be announced in the order in which they
are in line.
The following rule* will govern the Tour
1 t. All Knights Will ride in costume.
2/1. The Knight- will riih- in the order In
which they are iu line. The Signal foi rid
ing turward will be u lilnsl of the bugle. At
each end of the seventy-live yard- there will
lie a signal Hag, which will he lowered ut
both points, by which signal the judge keep
ing the time will be governed.
ltd. Tin- distance to bo run w ill be seventy
live yards). Kuril Knight w ill be required to
complete tile riile in eijrht second-*, and
should any Knight fail to cniie up to the
time spvcilicd he ?hall be ruled out by the
jtldgt lor that iide.%
4th. Knelt contending Knight, when he!
has completed his ride will report to the
judges stand and deliver to tin- judges the
rings taken, nnd only auch rings ??? an? de'
livered to the judges, will be counted/ Sh?>s?ld
the lance be lost during the ride the Knight j
will be ruled out for that ride.
Olli. Any horse bolting from the tract and
it being decided by the judges that it wax
from want of skill the Knight -hall be ru!vd
out tor that riile.
'?lb. Tin- judges iu awarding pri/.o* will
give- t" tin- Klti|jht taking the great- number
of rings the irsl pri/?- w ith crown, and so on,
until a 1 the prixes are distributed. Should
then l?e a tie the saute rule will decide! un
li as there should again In; a tic.
7 th* The decinion of tin judges to Irr su
The f 1 lowing gentlemen will constitute
l)n. A. S. S ALLEY.
JAM KS 11. KOWLKS.
('hi.. A. I). FRKDKRIfK. i
C\iT..lAMIvS I'. IZLAR.
( ui.. P. S. h'KLDKU.
On . J. f KD WARDS.
When the riding Ii:i-i bei'ii eomplfted the
Klligllts ^ ill Muni hi ln-iil Of the lodges |
stand, when tiie dcci-inii will he made known 1
and pri/.es awarded. '1 he wililivl nf liivt J
pii.-. - will i'.k n make hi- -< -lection of "tjjiovli j
o< I .ovosiikI IVnuty." And in iike manner, I
llie wiimor ofsecond prize iiid third j-rire
wili eln.-v lir-i and - .und maids nf honor. j
In tk- evening a TxisiiametU Hail wilt bo .
given at Ivlhilt Hall, m>vde* llW management '
ol tbe following uaiu.'l gent!cin?u:
t <>t.. A. D KitKiiKttwk. i
LkI.ANII 11 Mr-VO, ? \
i Si.o. s. Sni::i:t:.
hi: T. II. Lwj it:r..
.1 S. A I t i:i;<.< m I.
.1 vs. s. Ui:\ a \tin.
.1. W. Pa SKM Iv.
.1. W. MtMKi.r.T.
Knight- wi-htng curtU ol invitation to the j
bill will make application t<> either ill tin i
above loan igers,
Tin- public generally are ;u\ tl? d to lie pr* - '
sent ai tbe Ti> rnaiiii nt.
T. A. JKKFvMif)-4.
_ __ _ - ._. . ._|(
?By v'rtue i.f Sundry Rvecutione to me di
recied, I will --i! lolhc highes' Ind-ler, at
Oraiigeburg f. II., on the PIKST MON
DAY in May next. POU CASH, all the
Right. Title mid Interest of the Defend
ants in the following Property, viz :
1 One irnrt of land containing 400 acre*
more or less, in Orangnhuryj; Oouuty, bnuud
e?l on the Northeast by Columbia Bead, Kwst
by lands formerly of II. C. WaUnamaker,
South and West l?y T. K. Piesport as.
?*). One tract ui said Con .ty containing
!5t?0 acres more or k'*s, hminlrl on the
North and West by land of < ?- Parnnm.
Kasl by the tract above described, and West
by bind of T. K. Saspottaa Levied on the
properly, of Wosper luubiuet at the tsuie. of
Jacob A maker.
AH that tract or p.r.'cl of land i.1 -aid
I'cuiity. coiitiiiuing l-J acres, with Dwell
ing Mouse ami other fmprovemcnis. Wring
tract whereon .I Hamilton Polder now re
sides. 1. iiiiided on the South by Ih? Orange
burg Knud, mid uli 1.11 oilier -ides by lauds
?t .1 llumiltun Kelder Levied on a? the
propoi ty ol -I. Ilnmiltoii Pelden at the unit
el Thomas W. Melliehiiinp.
Ono'B rggy kVvicd on ss ibo property of
Joel It Whetsell at Oie ruil ol John P. and
Laura !*". J. Jaekson.
At Lcwisville, (beginning at 11 o'clock on
M.lay und continuing from dsfy in day
until ilie w hob- slock is dispose*I o!'. i nil th?
Sioek ?.i Cools in Store, ol Winfield Chirk,
consisting of Dry Hoods, (Jroceries, Shoes,
Huts,-Crockery, Tin Ware; &e. Levied on
??i! the pi open y ?f Wintiol I Chirk nt the
suits of 1'euke, t*pedyki & Co. ami others.
On Tuesday at the residence of the De
fendant $0 Kushels Coin. Levied on as the
property of tjalvin tlulgnard at the suit of
W ude and Nancy (iadsden.
Sheriffs OiTco, ) K. I. CAIN,
Oriingebitrg Ci IL S. C, \ ?. 0. C
Apl. 1Mb, 1871. I
a pi I'.) td
IN TUB COURT OF IMK-VB.vTK.
Wiisra**, Sewt'on K W. SistrUnk* made
suit to me to grant le him Letters of Ad
ministration of the Lr-latc and effects of
.Mrs*. Ann Ristrunk, late of Orungeburg
These are tluM-etore ttv cite aad admonish
ali an?l stngnlav tlve Kindred and Creditors
of the ssddiiKeceased, to be and appear be
fore me at a Coin i of I*robata foe the said
Cnunty, to he holden at Orangebure on I he
Alh dtvy of May, 1ST-L at IU o'clock A.
M to show causa if any. why tho said Ad
ministration should not ba grafted.
?ti?en- under my hand' and the Steal of my
Court, tili? Dtuh day of .WprtL. Ai. 1). 1874,
j and in the ninriy-si?sntb.yea?oi American
A?0. B. KMOWLTWJt,
fL.S.l .Indge ef Prebate Q fl.
MUS. C. S. MAULE,
Takes pleiinurm in announcing to her Cua
touicra hikI i tie l'ublic in general tbat ah?
hns opened her SPlONG STOCK consisting
Of the LATEST STYL KS of
AI ILMNKKY GOODS.
Thankful for past fnTors, she reaped fully
solicit* a continuance of the same.
A SPECIALTY?Dress Making. Cnlting
and Kitiine: Carried on as usual bv Mrs. I.
8. CUM MINGS.
Country Orders respectfully solicited and
will inret with prompt attention.
apl IV 1m
Sale Under Mortgage.
By virtue of a Mortgage from J. M. Pen
nington to Hull. ScovillA Pike.dated March
20, 1872, and with the eonaeflt of parties, I
Will sell at < >ia- gehurg Court House, on
Tuesday, the Oil day of May nest for cash,
two Mules rnd en> Four Horse Wagon.
apl If)?td W. H. JOINER. Agent.
Delinquent Land Sales,
Oil A N 0 KUU110 C0li St Y.
.1 E L A maker, 1G17,
V A Fcriick, 20.
Daniel Fritz, 59
Sam'l Footman, 72.
Fatale L E R Myers, 181.
W N M Rast. 239.
Estate Paul Spigner. 9S.
Davie F. Z-eigl.r. 1200 acrea.
K. A. W'dliarmo, Tcv?r? r?t. lt?70 "71 '12.
Est. of J. D. Melt/, or E. erouk. S<> iscre*. I
" Buildings, 1 J-7*?'71 "72.
Est. of John McEihuity, So0? wfss, 6
rtuildingS, I87? '71 11.
Marlin Thomas. Town Lot, 1S71.
K G M Berry. H(KJ.
C J Felder. 70.
Caw Caw T**n*hip,
Angus McLean. ItKiacreO.
C J Felder. Gnnrdin I9&.
Mary A lual.metl, 880/
w p pi,n ick, ARei-.t Estate of A S ROeh,
Smart Summers, Iff.
I ani 1 Slobili, Ft". R,
Sarah Tvl*n ?. 7'.. n
I P W?,,uamuLer, 2S0.
Core Castlt Tswnship.
Thomas Pttlaski, 270.
W. It. Livingston. PJ.*r$
Kohl Goran, "?lo.
G A Furiick. 2'sJ.
Vv P. Livingston. 334.
F Livingston, ?tunidian, 50O.
Mnrtin Lsviii(S'on, 14?.
Estate Sam'! Pearson, 80.
Mrs Ann Simons. 110.
(.'< ?< .''y'i Township.
J A Arm?. *0.
J V A rant. 50.
M r;. M Dai.trier. 100, B.
.1 um Kenner y. '.?0.
T ?. Kl-.-ki nbake--, G"?.
Cuf> llano' ToicntHfitr.
Margin t E Argot, 200, U.
i >!. > \V Davis. Agent fe? Minsrs, COo.
J II Morgan, 37, V*.
Jus * Von?g,. ?ij, it
Ilrl "on Tnu nship.
P???isl Livingston 12081
Morgan ftnriok. 230.
J-ihit C VThetetitre, 700, bought from t*.
Nero Bb.em. 'J'., R*.
Jnome McMiohaeL 1G86.
Alonae Milhous. 4*3.
Dav <l Sharpsen, 2iD.
J W Uuiikerpitler, 60.
Rachel llaigler. 20*
E It Dao'xler. 100.
J I. Danlxler, 100.
J C Hunter. KM.
J \V Str?men, Agsot for' DsvnftAor, 11-*?.
T TV Strwmao, Agaat for let A Str?men,
S B Smith, Agent, 400.
A'fir Jlopt Township.
D S Stalv, 130, R.
C Chaplin, Town Lot, '70 71 72-*
Be< j By as, ?b?.
Jas P Maja, Ods Uwe lot. "
Syllaine, More. 1%.
Phaioli Robinson, ono town lot.
G Herbert Sass, one town let.
Estate Se'igaien one town lot.
T K Snsportns, 2 town lots and 1060 acres.
J'mt Grove Township.
C R Taber, 1600,
Sam 1 W Bookhart, 700.
Estate Adam Felder, 181.
Peter Ranson. 131.
London Lawrence, 901
Adam Palmer. 130.
T C Perkins, 20-, R.
Elizabeth Rusti, 546.
A M Stone, 34. R.
Joe. Kein. 50 seres.
Uandy Johnsen, 60 acre*.
D II Bant tier, 127?
L D Dsntxlar, Guardian <W c 1- Denta
ler, 143. R*
John T Griffin, 100.
April Grant, 131.
William P. Kiett, 68,
Frank Pentling, 131.
Caroline J A Shulsr, 160, it. .
John D 8huler. >',9:
Sam l> Shuitr, 142.
G W Thompson, 100.
Mrs M A Thomas, 48. R.
Rochep Grove Towns hip.
Martha A II Hoyliton. 146
8am Bnabee, f?0. W,
Wm Brown. ?:?
Jeeefh W<lfe> Xfr.
Yantr I TmWHthi^.
Mack Avinger, 100 R.
t DnstiUr, 44?.
mail K Keitt. 341.
farien B Gue. 600.
Jseob Hydriek, 400.
Ja fees lisgan 37.
Jol tn M Jennings, ML R*
W B Matheny, JOO. ??
C O Stephens. 3!H)< "
Andiew Steadusan, 3?.
Hansard ^?w?rt, ?00. **
A A Connor, 2'li.
Andy Franklin.' fJ.
Elite Franklin. 2& "
Ann 0 FdWbess, ?20. j >}/?
Peter Jacobs. 36. "
W N Mount Agl for E S Mooot, 750. R.
Henry It Nettles, 5$.
I'uf.tnrtiit to "An Act" to XnrencJ An Ae*i
entitled \n Act Providing for the AaanorH
*enl and Taxation of pi ?nert y, passest1
September 16, 18*5*, and Mil Acta Amende
lory ,thereto. Approved March 12. \9"S,. ,r
Notice ii hereby given that the e-bo-fe Of tatr
etveral Parcels, Lots and parts of Lots of"
Heal Estate deserib-d in the preceding list,
or so much thefeof a* will be necessaryHef
I>ny the Taxes. Penalties and Assessments?
charged therenn. will be nold by Treasurer*
of Orangcbnrg County. South (.'nrelina. sJef '
his Office in said County, on the First Mes-11
day. (fifth) of May, A D. 187.1. sjiasfo
Unless said Taxes. Assessments abd Pets* '
allies he paid befeVe that time: and eilet **
r?*lr will be continued frora ilay to day ua*tiT""**
?11 of said Tercels, Lvfr aff< parts of Lots of
lteul Kstafesnail be sold er tftfefed fur sale.
Suid b.ads to be Sold and Coflrfeyed tat/W
limplt without any right of l e.lemption.
JAR. Vas TArrar.L.
Auditor's Office. County Auditor*, tffsnfm****
burg Co-inty. Apri? 1Kb. Wri. 1
- _i-L. t ssi tfssT
IN TUK COT KT OF PHOMAT-K.
Whirsab, fleor^e ilolirer, deft of the*
Courts of Grii' Til Session* and" Pomtntri' '?
Plena, of said < 'ouniy,? bath made suit to axe
to grafnf hiM Letters of Adr.tinhrtrotlon of
the KetaU and Effects of Sarsh Binnaker,
Isle of said County, deceased.
'I IWse are therefore to to site a*n*T adassss-"' c
ieh nil und singular the fcir/drod and Credi
tors or Hie-wa-fti SaraU Bloaakcr, deceased/
that they be and appear before rn?'. in the
Court of Pc buir, t? iW held at 0*Ungt*in~~
Ceurt He?Hte srv ibe }7th*day of .May aaxt, ?'
?i"ies ptY^f.V: iti.oi hereof, at 11 o'clock la
trJe' foreuoou. to ?herw cense, if any they
have, wh? >K. ~ni. 1 Administration sheulef
not b* grante.i. . f v } '< ?j A *5 e?>
(liven under my bnfrd. ??is 4ih day of April
Anna Domini IST^V.
[L.A] .*MJ.- It. KNOWLTOJf,
l'iob*ie Ju'-jt4'. <>. C. , j
a pi *, 2?
ALL PERSONS IN OfcANCRBGRtf
COUNTY wishing to take pert In s TOUR?'
AMENT and HALL to be given a* "range/
burg C. IL. about lat .May. will piVs'se*
b.iu.l in their n-.meeio Mr. Jf. W. I'ATKfCktv
The number cf Kniebis wilt be limited la*
T. A. JEFFORDS. -
mar 22 if *
J. FELDER MEYERS
Tit: A I. JISTICE.
OFFICE COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
Will gWe prompt attention to all busiaesr
e si rusted to b-im. mar 30?if
? fn XtJltinY*. Q;?tit>/ i e/ tki Firti lmp*r? ?
E. 5 OUYEROS,.!!. Dn "
DEALER IM c??j
DRUGS, TsfRD1CINRS, PAlSTi.
OltS, ?A^?Ssl, NON^PL^t^Fst
LAM 1?. ft AR DEN SEEDS, Ac., Ac* '
PBE^UVTIO.NS prepare i with accur
ACY nod' FIDELITY, ftt which purpose a^
full and eompieV* assortment of PURE
CHEMICALS and G ENLINE dru08 will he
constantly on hsxnd^
Long experience?a trieeessful busiatsas)
career of mere than eight year* in Orange-* 1
burg, a good knowledge of the DRUO KW
MARKET at Lome and abroad, will afr04r<jL,s>i *
sufneient guarsBtee that all goods aeAsLo tit ?
dispensed at any establishment will ? hm s
?GENUINE and H ELI ARLE.
Appreoia'iug. the success which in the
past has attended" my efforls, T b^r^44'41
teraiined to spare no pains to merit a con-'
ttuanee of th~ pafronage su liberally bestow
... 'E.J,.OLC7ER^)8M [?3n ,?oO
No. 100 RnsTfISireet Orangeburg.
A SHALL FARM
FOR SALB aHorrt three qunrfoVo of ? ?
mile from fhe ( onrt House containing ltt
aores ? itb-r. G< K11) DWELLING, KITCHEN.
STABLE and an Excellent WELL af wa
TEIL Also soms CHOICE FRUIT trees** t
have recently been set out.
The above is one of the most desirable*
and healthy places in the State: t%4 mV?
ticulars apply to 7.. U. W?LPE, .
Or to THAI) C. ANDREW!,
jan 18 Im
\TOTICK. ALL PEkWnS IIA VINQfs>\s-'
1>( maOiis ' against the EilaU of tlsa lasVt*
James B. Quattlebaugs will reod?r an soeonn*
of them duly attested to, and those Indobloc**
will make payment te, Messrs Slaver **>
Gloves. Attorneys at Law jUT etve?
AMANDA F. QL\\TTLEBA!JmV mt
Admi?Islra^ffr?, * **
OrangebuTg Pebruary 28lb lSS'*.***
mar. 1st Si
I an please 1 to muonnee to the publi*r
that A TOURNAMENT ?MU ta*e plater as
Orsng^i^Vg^k.T.; Wtlaa nVtA d?> m*Mm\f..
J The good citixens of Chsrlesloa thr<>?gb ttt*
infutnaa oer *ssr wesihy IskRAU), U?s<
j aontribatcd kandsoaaely to tstx* tint of *f riasssv
The lirt of Kniebis fer the ceatast is boeag;
roayidlV tU*4 uj?. Jim) tkaes daeireaa o#
entering, oan do so Tay giving as* etseer
a am es on or before tko 90th day of April, ans
asttes this day the Hat will be eieseek,
April 12 If