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Tk? Wmm Cholera) Mixture,
More than forty years ago, when it
tu found that prevention for the Alia
tto cholera was cast ir than eure, th e
learned doctors of both hemispheres
drew up a proscription, which was pub
lished (for working people) in The New
York Sun, And took the name of "Tho
Sun Cholera Mixture." Our contem
porary never lents its name to a better
"VYe have seen it iu constant use for
nearly two score years, aud found it to
be the best remedy for looseness of the
bowels evrr yet devised. It is to be
oomftRcnded for several reasons. It is
not to be mixed with liquor and there
fore will not be used as an alcoholic
beverage. Its ingredients are well
known among all the common poople,
and it will have no prejudice to combat,
each of the materials is in equal proper
tton to the others, and it may, therefore
be compounded without professional
skill; and as the dose is so very small it
may be carried in a tioy phial in the
waistooat pocket, and bo always at hand.
It is )
Menth pip ,
Mix the nbove in equal parts : dose,
ten to thirty drops. In plain terms,
take.equnl parts tincture of opium, red
pepper, rhubard, poppermiut, and cam
phor, and. mix them for use. In ca6c of
diarrhoea take a dose of ten to twenty
drops in three or four teaspoonfuls of
water. No one who has this by him
aud takes it in time will ever have the
cholera. We commend it to our West
ern iriends, sod hope that the receipt
will be widely published, Kvon when
no cholera ^anticipated it is an excel
lent remedy for ordinary summer com
-?????>? - -- ???
A 81awson cler "yraan announces tho
msrrisge feo at $5; children half price
"Develop your minerals," is the
California style of asking a person to
pay his debts.
A servant girl ia Missouri has bnen
sirainning four gallons of crj>b apple
jelly through an $18 veil.
A man named Tease wont to s*e s
lady named Cross, and teased her intil
she consented to be Cross no more.
A woman in Meridon, Conn., was
arrested lately fsr forcing her fivo year
old son to drink him?elf drunk.
Ji jMglllltlo xnsnman in EngTan?l
being bound over to keep the peace on
all British subjects remarked "the Lord
help the first foreigner I meet!"
Such is the force of habit. A reporter
writes a love story, iu which the hero
"clasped the prepossessing girl to his
bosom, and spoke substantially as fel
A young lady who Lately gave an or
der to her milliner for a bonnet, said ;
''Yen are to make it plain, but at the
same time smart, as I sit in a oonspioi
ous plaoe in church."
Light-headed people will bepUased
to lesrn that the heaviest brain on re
cord was recently found in thsakull of a
London bricklayer, who eould neither
read nor write. Its weight is said to be
Barnum has a man in hhemp'oy who
never told a lie. Remarkable as it may
appear, he used to be a reportor on a
Western paper. It is essential to note
in this connection that thi paper was
An Irishman, fresh from the old
country, found a tree full of green per
simmous, and climbing to the top helped
himself le the fruit. A passer by over
heard him say; "Be the powers, I'm
the lad thai can knoek tho sock off the
man what poured vinegar on these
It is not so generally knew* as it
ought to be, that stale loaf broad5 may
be made noarly as nice as freshly baked
by dipping the loaf in clean cold water
and warming through in a bake oven.
Muoh bread might be saved that is
thrown away, if this were more general
ly pratioed than it is.
Dr. Anderson, of Edinburgh, has
pro?ed, by aetual analysis, that the last
gill of milk drawn from (he udder of a
cow contains sixteoi? times the quantity
of,-cream incident to the first one, the
separation of the cream from the milk
taking plaoe in pert in the udder, par
ticularly in oases where the annual suf
fcred to aland at rest for somo t?:oe be
Some weeks ago, ahorse named Dixie
was sold in Kentnoky for one thousand
dollars. He had been used and known
up to that time- only as a saddle horse
having only been handled by a trainer for
about two weeks previously. The pres
ent owner of Dixie has dselined an offer
of ten thousand dollars fur him, avd
fnfhsrmore declares that twenty five
thousand dollars would be no.induoemeot
for the young prodigy. Dixie ean al
ready trot hie mile in 2 2ft, is young,
and has only boon under train'ng for
about five or sit weeks.
r.- ?-*=--u'l j?mm >
A moat touching itory comes to u*
in a Western exchange, concerning a
lady in Kentucky, who wa a stricken
with a sudden failing of the optic norre
and was told that she oould not retain
her sight more than a few days at meet,
and wan Hah a to be totally deprived of
it at nay moment. She returned to her
home, ?juielly mado such arrangements
as would occur to any one about to com
mencc so dark a journey of life, ami
then had her two cbildron, nttirc?J?n
their brightest costumes, brought before
her; and so, with their little facet lifted
to hers, and tears gather tug for tho great
misfortune they hardly realized, tlio
li^ht faded out of the mother s eye*.
ai kjimi s it. kxowi/ton,
CrSKOHCrlft If 01,1 VKK,
PlHASflAS a*t? ItrsiKFSS MafauVS.
Official Puper of the Male and
of OraMBebttr* Canal*?
tSrTIIU OR A NO RR URO XU WS HAS
A LARGER CIRCULATION 17/A X
A AT OTHER PAPER /X THE COUN
SATURDAY, JULY 5,1873.
J ant ice Before Oeneranily.
Suppo.-e the General Assembly Wot n
tn pans an hot giving to Morton, Bliss <fc
Co., out sad out, Twenty Million 1 of dot
lam, but declaring that tho?-? gentlemen
h^d rendered no consideration therefor,
and that the act was pasnsd merely to
test tho power of 'be Iiegiril.ttiire and
the deposition of the Supreme Conrt of
Would the Supreme Conrt order a
mandamus to compel the payment of
the twenty millions 1 Most decidedly.
Suppose again that the Legislators,
for the same purpose, were to give, to
thrsc gentlemen twenty millions of dol
lars in Bonds. Is th-ire any law on
earth by wbLh the payment of those
bonds could be enforced 7 Not in the
wide world. The Legislature may pro
vide for paying the debit, of the Slate,
but it has oo constitutional authority to
give awoy the money of the citizen.
Now if the I?*>g??.lnt?ro <*ould n-?? 3?-"?
twenty ufimcusll UM" no right to gi^e
seven millions Aud if the Legislature
cannot give it, clearly the Supreme
Court canuot. And yet this is, iu effect,
precisely what Morton, Bliss & Co. ask
the Supreme Cour" to do. Over seven
millions of -dollars in bonds are admit
ted to be fraudulent?to bare been
issu-d and received w'tboul eoo i 1 *ra ?
tion. And yet the Supreme Coorl in
asked to compel the Comptroller General
to pay the interest on them precisely as
if the State had received dollar for
doll it of th:ii full fa-ie ralue !
Can the Fuprrme Court perpetrate,
indirectly, an enormity which the Leg
islature, even if it h..d the will, has no
power to commit 7
We await anxiously the decision of
the law-giving brauch of (he gevern
Death of Ntnnior Jamlnon
State Senator James L. Jamison, of
Orangeburg, s?ya the Columbia Union
Herald, departed this life on the 2d in
Haut, at ten minutes after eleven o'clock
For some time the deceased has been
swffcring from a lingering illness, and a
few days ago his malady took an un
favorable turn, be)oud the skill of his
Jam** L. Jamison wsw a tf.Tt?ncfr and
energetic Republican and ? prominent
Lader of tho party in the county of
Orvngeburg. lie was a member of the
Legislsture of 1870 and '7*2, and took
a prominent part in all matters of pwWio
interest that came before that body. He
rose to commanding influence among bis
constituents, sod in the last election was
nominated ami elected State Senator by
a very handsome roaj-erMiy. During the
last Legislature he began* te* make his
msrk it* the deliberations* of (he Senate
and gave preniiee of a tfseforl career,
lie wns universally liked hy a))
who knew him, and his leas will be
seriously felt among the people of Or
angeburg. May he rest in p??a?e.
The "cholera men" of the Chicago
newspapera publish eheerfui bulletins
producing a most salutary effect in the
agricultural districts of Illinois. Thty
have already been the mtana of saving
thousand** of water melon patehos from
Oranqeburu, 9. O.i
July lit, 1873.
Editor Orangebunj Nc\t>? :
As Orangeburg ia not without aer
aim ia the way of gambling and drink
ing liquor, 1 deairo to inform those who
are opposed to such vile traits of infamy
that there is a law to protect the inno
cent from being caught or taken in by
gambling land sharks or hosrtloss and
remorseless vendors of alcoholic poisons.
Chap. LXXIX.Sco. 2, of the Statues
at Large, says of gaming tables. &c. :
' Any persoa or persons who shall sot
up, keep, or use, any gaming table com
monly called A. B. C. or K. O , or any
gaming table known or distinguished by
aoy other letters, or by any figures, or
roley poley table to play at rouge and
noir, or aoy faro bank of the like kind,
or of any other kiud for the purpose of
gaming, (except the games of billiards,
bowls, ehess, draughts, and baokgaui
mon,) upon being convicted thersof,
upon indictment, shall forfeit a sum not
exceeding five hundred dollars, and not
less than two hundred dollars."
Sec. 16 of the same chapter, speaks
as follows of the duties of certain of
?? Each Sheriff, Depaty Sheriff, Coron
er and their deputio*, and every Trisl
Justice and all Constables, shall, b'fore
they be qualified to set in their and each
of their respective offices, in addition to
their respootire oaths ot office take an
oath to enforce and, to the extent of
their power rod ability, cany into effect
this chapter, and, in all oases, to bring
to justice violations of the same when
cter such violations shall come within
their view nnd knowledge."
So much for gamblers and the duty
of Sheriffs, Beauties, Coronets and
Now as to tavern licenses. Let as
set how much the Town Council hare
regarded the law of the land iu regard
to granting licenses.
Cfctp. LXXX, Sec. 2 of said Act'
"Jlo person shJf be licensed to keep
a tavern, hut such as shall be recom
mended hy at least six respectable free
holders of the neighborhood where said
tavern is proposed to be kept, who shall
certify that the person ae recommended
by tbeur it of good refute for honesty
sad sobriety, ard is known to the per
sons reeommending to have at least twe
WsnjgEtsjgi \i"f "-mirt hf r Ytiryrt*
than are required for the family of the
said applicant, and is well provided with
house-room, stabling aud provender."
See. 13 ot the tame Act gives the
"Any person who shall violate the
license law of this State, as te the sal*
of spirituous liquors, upon conviction
thereof, shall be fined iu a sum not has
tha i treble the amount of the prioe of a
license prescribed, and, at the time ot
the commission of the offense, existing
for the local jurisdiction wherein such
offense is committed, and shall be im
prisoned at the discretion of tho Court."
The 16tb Station is for the protection
tf the worshippers of Hod :
"No persoa or persons shall hereafter
retail, sell of otherwise dispose of, any
spirituous or other intoxicating liquors,
within ear mile of any church, meeting
boose, or other place set apart for the
Worship of Almighty God, on the day
or days of Worship, under.'.he penalty of
fifty dollars, to be recovered by action or
indictment, in any Court having juris
diction thereof, the money to he applied
lo the Ose of the Cerwnty in which suoh
act shall be committed : l*rovidtd never
thelett, That this Seotion sha'l not be
Considered to into fire with or affect the
rights of persons who may reside within
one mile of such place of worship, and
who may bs licensed to retail such
liquors according to law, so aa to pre
vent their ntailing at their owo houses "
The foregoing extracts free* the
gambling and liquor law of the State
will show that our legislators have made
ampVs provisions for the protection of
tho community from two of the most
faarfal evils known te humanity. The
law is perfect ; let the Sons oi Tempe
rance act; it is their duty. One vigo
rous prosecution carried on by them
against the violators of the liquor law
will do more good than forty meetbigs
of their Division. If they are really
in earnest in their noble work, let them
demonstrate it ; come down lo practical
work and rid the community at once of
the alcoholic monster.
I don't befisvc in half doing anything.
I If the Sons of Temperance are enemies
to whiskey, they will find s strong ally
in the Isw to make them the conquerors
of their euemy.
Pickgoekets do not enjoy life in Cali
fornia. An old "bull whacker" felt a
strange hand in his poeket there recent
fy, and palling eat his penknife, with a
blade that weighed a pound, cut off the
man's hand at the wrist, and threw it
after him, with the advice to "put h iu
whiskey where it would keep."
31*? 1 iaoloru in Orangeburg.
[?HCl At DltfAtO? to tbk I'ftlON-MKRA r.?. ]
Obanqkbubo, July 1.
The o*i? reported as cholera in
Oraageburg turns out not to be cholera.
The nun ia doing well aod thU morning
?te a hearty break fait. Th? health of
Orangeburg ia good.
F. H. W. BsfGOMABB, Mayor.
[??bO'al mhj-atcii to thr tsroN-siaALp,]
Oranofiu'ro, July 1.
There is no cholera iu thin town. A
colored man ate some hulf hoi led rioo
and oeld oabbage, which caascd hin te
hare tho oolio. The patient is all right
IB fOBCB OB ABD a FT r ft july 1st, 1873.
1. Franking privilege abolished.
2. Poatuattefi supplied with official
3. Official stamp* must not bo used
except for official business.
4. Stamps of ?one department can not
be used for correspondence of another.
6. No matter, can pass through the
6. Postage mnst bo collected on news
papers where delivered.
7. Exchanges net free. Publishers
mnst pay postage on each eaahauge
8. Postal cards uncalled for are not
sent to tho dead Tetter office.
9. Postal cards oaanot he used a
10. Ordinary card* can be transmit
ted through the mails by affixing a one
cent stamp, provided tho entire *a4*s?ge
is printed. The address may be written.
Letter?.?Three ecnts for esch half
ounce or fraotion thereof.
Drop Letter*.?Where delivered r*y
camera, two eents for each hall ounce or
fraction thereof. At other offices, one j
cent for each h.ilf onnee or fraction |
Printed Matter?Ooc cefrf for eich
two ounces or fraotion thereof. Se. ds,
bulbs, cuttingi, roots*, neron*, one Cent
for each half ounce or Tract ton thereof*
?tttchond?e.-?Two cents for each two
otrneos or fraction thereof, limbed to
twedvo ounces. When any oj the abj*f
matter ia wii&T"*0?? "n|'.'lidl
-....im.ii.i.. sZ+eotm its destination.
doublo rates should be charged and
oolUetcd.? Pottn?ire Gas'tt*.
A Duel if? the Death.
New Orleans, Tuaaday, July L
A cpeoial dispatch to the New Orleans
7\nir* dated at Montgomery Station,
Mississippi, via Hay St. Louie, states
that a dud was fo <ght t*?ar Montgom
cry Station this morning between ex
Judge Win II. Cooley and Colonel R.
B. Khett, Jr., editor of the Picayune,
in which the former wa? killed at the
aaooud fire. The parties arrived at the
grounds on the ssmc train at ten o'clock
this morning. Colonel Bhctt was ac
companied by Mr. Charles Roman and
Dr. J. Pick son Brnos. Judge Coc ley
was attended by Colonel Geo. W. Carter
and Major McRae. The weapons used
were double barrelled shot gum, one
barrel of which was loaded with a single
ball. The distance was forty yards.
I'upon the arrival 'of the party at thr.
place seloctcd for the duel, the grrund
was promptly measured off, the positions
selected, and tho parties placed. At
the first fire Colonel IJheft's sho* rhaitged
high, and Judge Cooley's to the right.
Judge Cooley delivered, his fire first.
Neither of the parties was hit, and a
second exchange of shots was arranged.
At the second fire both principals fired
simultaneously, and Cooley fell mortally
wounded, the shot entering bra left side,
and apparently passing through his
heart. Ho expired! in six minutes, with
out apparent suffering. Before dying
he said to Dr. Holliday, who was at
tending him, "1 am shot through the
breast.' This was the only Otter an ce
of tbc dying man. The gentlemen en
i gaged in the affair, as soon as the duel
had terminsted, exchanged the usual
I courtesies and separated with the ex
pressier? of mutual respect and consider
The duel grew out of an article which
[appeared in the Picayune last woek,
and which drew from Judge Cooley a
very abusive and insulting oard, pub
lished in the New Orleans firmes of the
27th uit Colonel Khett is a South
Carolinian, and has been for some time
editor of the Picayune. Judge Cooley
was the counsel in the Hawkins libel
suit against the Picayune, in whioh a
verdict of $18,000 damages war rend
ersd. Colonel Khett wss not touched
in the exchange of shots.
Nr.w Ormk'NB, July 1.
The evening Herald haft the follow
ing particulars of the duel: "For sevcr
ul (Uv? p*ct thin community ha* beea
nur Ii excited by tho apprehensions of a
duel between Colouol II. 1). Rhett, Jr.,
the editor ot the i'icajune, and Judge
Win. If. Cooley, tbe leading counsel in
the caae of Hawkins vs. the Picayune.
On Friday Colooel Rhett sent a peremp
tory challenge to Judge Cooley, which
was accepted. Tbe mooting, howorcr,
Was agreed to be postpouud until Tues
day on account of Judge Cooley's en
gagement* to argue the rule for a new
trial before Judge Hawkins, which
came up yesterday. During the course
of the argument Judge Cooler, in op
posiug the motion for a contiuuaucc,
remarked that if tho case went on until >
Wedueeday he might not be alive to
argue it. And so it sadly turned out.
Tho parties left in the Mobile train at
8 o'clock this morning, srriviug at
Montgomery Station about 10 o'clock,
whero tho pnrty gtrt off. Montgomery
Station where the duel occurred is a
wild sandy looking place, some four or
live miles thin hide of Hay St. I.ouis,
whero the road passes through a wood
of tail ptnes, behind which is ;in open
field. Near by and ou the lino of the
railroad is a small cottage occupied by a
family, but, with this exception, there
ate no residents ocnrur than throe quar
ters of a mile. This difficulty is ono of
tho sad results of the iniquitous Haw
kins suit against the Picayune, of which
Colonel Illicit in the editor. In his
speech for the prosccu'.iou Judgo Cooley
made reflections upon thai paper which
called forth the editorial iu the next
isene of tbe I'icayuuo piououncing them
fnlse. Judge Cooley then nddrosseu a
communication to the editor oalliog for
explanations, which not being accorded,
ho fallowed it up by publishing a card
assailing Colouol Khett. A ohallmige
promptly followed, aud the result is new
belofe onr readers. This is not the first
duel in which Judge Coole yhai been
conoerned. Some years before the w r
he Bjwt Dr. Kaufman, one of his parish
ioncrs, upon the field of honor, and after
an exohsnge of shot*, an amicable ad
jostraent of the difficulty was ma le, and
thereafter the parties became warn
friends. Tho body wai brought to the
city this evening, and was left at the
Lriraaberg Hospital. Tho Itfnctal will
take place to morrow."
A n application ol powder**:! b'uetng
wili imttawtly ?el>e*/e tbs sting o-t an in'
Mat* ?tan?On the 17fh ef >9|afea&a_.t .?
the Residente of Mis. M.S. Ucnnctt. by
the Her. .lohn S. Hayd?n. Mr. BARTON
BAI It, to Miss .H'ldA BOJvXBTT. All ol
Diso?On tlie l!*?rd of .lune lH7:t. ul
Or .ngobiirg. KO.s.\ AUGUSTA iutntit daugh
ter of James J. t'ani on. an'I Mary V.
Cannon, nged nine nvonrb* and twenty-three
Just a little life : just abrief prat Me and
a few caresses; ^u.?t long enough to endear
its little sell to jta parents an I friends, an I
the voice is bushed, the hands aro folded
and tho still cold form announces 'hat the
change of l)eath has passed upon the loved
??Suffer little children to come Unto raj,"
were the words of the Saviour of mon. lie
loves HUM children ; and in JIis boeetar the
little lamb is nestling rt>w.
Tis better ao. What is life! fts grand
aapiratious, its successes ana honors are but
the tinsel crowm of a May day pageant
that will fade even when at the hrigatest.
HiH the child is in Heaven. "Of such is the
Kingdom cf Heaven."
Vi;th the Cherubim the baby lisps its
prnises at the throws. The angels are tun
ing now its lipa to caaunt the arrtheina of
joy and love.
Hefter ihn?, better thus !
*fitred from the cere, tho tenrv the
stains, the temptations, of earth, irr its in
fant innocerfce in is recalled to its sphere in
Wipo those tears ami cease those soba !
Tis better thus.
Tes : thru an tied ere guift had pewer
To stain thy cherub soul and form.
Closed is the soft ephemeral flower.
Thai never felt a storm
Tbe sunbeam's smile, the Zephyr's breath
All tlrat it knew?from birth to death-.
Thou wert so like ? fori? of light ;
Thai Heavea* benignly called itaree h-ewia;
Kr? yet tbe world could ?breath one blight.
O'er thy eweel innocence:
Ana thou'that brighter home to bliss
Art passed with all thy loveliness.
DH. C, H, TAJIK It.
LEWIHVILLE, R. C,
(ST. MATTHEWS 1?. O .)
1 jone ft 1873 tf
Strsiyed S?r Hl-nloit? Known as the
Irish Setter exhibited at the last County
Fair by Mr. T. O. Vinco.
Strayed er Stelen a Setter dog with white
and Orange Spots. A anitable rewwrd will
be paid for bis recovery.
DR. P. A. DANTZLF.R.
frrasgeburg S. C.
July 6 IK7S It
One 40 Horse power Engine and flaw
Mill complete and in good repair, including
Belting. The above ENGINE and MILL are
june 5 a 1078 tf
fpHC VNOCRaiCNRO RF.BPECTJULLT
I Informs the puttie that he is now pre
Sared te furnish BRICKS in any quantity
11 orders will meet prompt attention
.T C EI>WARr?R
hmr <" 1?7,H tf
INSTATE NOTICsB.?AII Per
j loni hiring demands against thy Es
tate of the Ule John H. Milh-ms, deceased,
arc requested to prea.nl. the fame, properly
attested, to ih* undersigned, and all per
sons indebted to Mid Estate are requested
to tnuke immediate payment to
R. BENSON TAKKANT,
1*. <). Grahams T. <>., S. Ca.
juue 28 Im
Ail in in ist rntors Xotlce.??Per
sons having claims against Ike Estate
of L. 11.iv ne Culler lata of Orangeburg
Countj, dec?a..d, are required to present
sworn statemanta thereof, and those iudeb
tcd to tbv same will make pjymerlt to.
J. W. CULLER,
Orangeburg June 21 1873 at
WHAT PLEASES THE LADIES!
WHEELER k WILSON SEWING MA
Thrj ran hr had by culling at Mrs. Oblcn
derff ? Millererj Kstabliahment,
J. T. SIMMONS.
june 28?3m Orangeburg, S. C.
N it ice is hereby given thai front on and
after TUESDAY, the FIRST i'ay of .illy.
lK7:t, to WEDNESDAY the 2ifch HAY or
AUGUST, this Office will be OPEN to re
ceive the RETURNS or REAL and PER
SONAL PROPERTY of this County. Tax
payers are requested to* have a Correct List
of the different Classes of Lands as follows :
Number of \crc* of Planting hand.
Number at' Acres of Meadow and Pn
Number of Acre? et Weod Land.
And Number of Buildings.
Each Tract of Land musl bv returned
sepnrate in the Township where it lies,
and at the same lime they will make their
Return of I'er.-onal Property, Moneys and
Tiix-payera are urgently requested to be
PROMPT in MAKING their RETURNS a-.
the Law requires me to add a Penalty of
.r>0 per cent, to the Real and Personal Pro
perty of Delinquent.*, which in EVERY
INSTANCE \\ ILL BE DONE.
.7as. Van TASSEL,
June 28 St
The State of South Carolina,
In tio. Court <?p Probate.
Py AUGUSTUS B. KNOW ETON, Esq.,
Judge of Pinbaie in said County.
WHEREAS. C.rnrgc Bolivar. Clerk, hnllr
applied to ine for Leiter"? M Administration
mi the Estate nl William C. Cofcr, late ol
t >rnngchiirg Pwinty, drceuaeti.
These are thorclore t?? cite nml ndmonUh
all and singular the Kindred and Creditor
of ihr K.iid deceased, m he and appear be
fore me al a Court of Probate for the said
t'oimiy, to he bohlen at Orangcbarg on the
Ulli dav of duly, 1873, at Ki o'clock A.
M. to ?loiw eatise if any, wiry the said Ad
nietrnljon should not l>c granted.
CoiirLthh, -Mthday l\^ne%TSf^.
and in iheninciy-ssvcul i? year of American
A TO. It. KNOWLTON,
[L.8 1 Jndgc of Probate o. C.
june 28 2t
By rirl'ie of Sundry V.jeditions to me di
rected. 1 will *??',! trtthe highes' bidder, at
Orangehiirg t:. II.. on the FIRST M??N.
HAY in July next. FOR CASH, all the
Right, Tide and Interest of the Defend
ants in the following Properly, *ix:
All that certain lot and 'mildings thereon
silttate and being in the Town of l.rwisville,
Oi angehe "g County, on the V\ rstern side of
Sitftli *"jii ..Iiiin Ita'lroad. bounded North by
lands now or lately of the South Carolina
Railroad Company, separated by n line 141
feel Ifng. ?nd cm the East by a line 8*2 feet
long, running parallel to the main tract of
flic said Kai Jsi-nd LX) feet from centre of
mid tract, arrd cm the ?outh by a line 181
feel long separating if from Io< now or late
ly of said Railroad Company, occupied by
Station Muster, und on the Weit by a line
82 feet long separating it from lands now or
lately of said Railroad Company.
One other tract of land in s?M County,
containing PS acres more less, bounded by
latida of K. .1. Ruycfc, tVm. Sptgner and W.
It. Wise. Levied on as the property of Win
weld Clark at i be ?trit of Belcher, Park &
t o., and ethers.
One Horpe, Levied on as the property of
L. K. Myers at the suit of ft. K Oark.
Sheriff s Offee. > e. I. CAIN,
Orangebiir-j C. H. S. C, [ 8. 0. C.
June 20th, 1871. )
junc 21 td
Sale Under Mortgage.
Ry vfriiire of a certain Mortgage, and
under th? direction of the Mortgager*. I
will sell' at Orangeburg, 8. C, Fa front of
the Sheriff! Office, on Monday, the ?ibday
of July. 1873. at 12 a cloe?, M. One sfirmll
Ray Stallion, the property of the late W. B.
Matheny, sold under Mortgage made and
txreni-ed by bim to Messrs..Wroton and
W, II. JOINER,
Agent of Mortgagea.
June 21 1871 .It
THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
COP NT Y OF ORANGKBURO.
Is the Common Pleas.
The Stale? Ex Relatione j Rill
The Solicitor of the 8- uth- It? Perpetuate
cm Circuit. j Testitnony.
Kr parf 1 Application to prove
A. Thomas, j Lost Deed.
Application on oath having been made hy
E A. Thomas to pro?? the past Existence,
Losa and Contents of a Deed dated the 1(1
Jan., 1860, from this applicant ta Wm.
Frederick. It is ordered-?
That all persans having like or opposite
interest in said Wed, whether residents in
this Statt or but of ?t ; ar,d whodeaireta do
so shall appear and c-ro/s examine the evi
danoe proiluotd.; and introduce evidence in
reply bet?re me. at my Ottoe at OraagehAVg
aa the 20th day of Soptemho? next.
GEA R0LIVE It.
Jane Hthk 18fd, Referee,
jane 21 &m
A FINE LOT. For Sal* Cheap hy,
Til AD C ANDREWS,
june 7 ? t(
//* Medicine*, Quality it of the Wirrt Impor
E. J. OLiTEROS, M. D.,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
(MLS, VARNISH, NON-EXPLOSIVE
LAM I S, GARDEN SEEDS, 4c, *e.,
PRESCIUTIONS prepared with ACCUR
ACV aud FIDELITY, foi which purpose *
full and complete assortment of PURE
CHEMICALS aud UENUINK DRUGS will be
constantly oil hand.
Long experience?a successful business
career of mere tbau eight years in Orange
burg, a good knowledge ef the DRUG
MARKET at home and abroad, will afford %
sufficient guarantee that all goods sold or
dispensed at my establishment will be
GENUINE and RELIABLE.
Appreciating the success which in the
past has attended my efforts, I have de
termined to spare no paina to merit a con
tinanee of the patronage so liberally bestow
E. J. OLEVEROS M. D.
No. 100 1'ussel Street Orangeburg,
DR. A. C. DUKES'
CRAXli KBIT Uli, S. C,
riNU TOfLET SOAPS,
PtffE WfSSS and LIQUORS for Medieiaa!
DYE-WOODS and DYE-STUFFS generally.
A frrtl Krre of TOft M'CO and SEGA RS.
Farmers ami Physicians from tbe Country
will frnd o?r Stock of Meiiieiues Complete,
Warranted 'Jemrine'and of tire Bewt Quality.
Lot of FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
jna 1! ? tf
feeM redaction in price* of SptWg Oe$?t?
r*>trgJif in Oie last ten day.
if to< want to get tiif. rest anrv
-R e'lrrnpcKt ready-made Spring nothing,
go to Ml N A.MAR AS.
1? Yof WANT LADIES VND<HIt.D'
ren's Shoes of lira bcsl 'rualfty and at low
price*, g? H> .\. CN A M A R A S.
F *oc WANT LADIES dress GOODS'
t'heap ntft Stylish. gr. ?n
Mi N a M ah .'. S. .
!F Tf ft * ?N f r, K N T K K M E N*S t A ft* I -
nrefej?. C???hs. Tweed*. M--lton?. Drab*
??- ?-:n- ^^Wiewi< a.
all of fbe !?.-? .,u ility. srvt the fxrgesi Siock
in tesvn, a*i M h?w prkftS* fe>**. jo in
If VOf* W*nt Gom/ 3f$*(iM\\,'* LR*
Few $4, get tef ff??AMARA'S.
IF YOC W ANT GnoD DROWN IIOMES
j tin one Wide, at* 1-1 cents, goto
If Ttnj r.iNT to rVtTY'rrfrr^p for
raew.gwfe* McNA JfARA'S.
Being fAtasArVti for tbe liberal patronage
bestowed on nVe in tbs past. 1 respectfully
selicit a cnutinnanca of the same.
J M> N A MAN A.
ApprffSevlSTa . ly.
SjjO A VrtftraUIe Inventlen
AN FNTIRELT NEW
FOR DOMESTIC use.
05M mxy. DOLLARS.
WIT? TRB V?
Patent Button Hol? Worker.
THE MOST SIMPLE AND COMPACT II*
THE MOST DURABLE AND ECONOMI
CAL IN USE.
A MODEL OF COMBINED STRENGTH'
Complete in all its parts, uses the Straight
Eye Pointed Needle. Self Thrcadiug, direct,
upright Posit ire Motion, New Tension. Self
Feed and Cloth Guider. Operates by Wheel
and on a Table. Light Running. Smooth
and noiseless like all goed high prised
machines. Has patent cheek to prevent the
wheel being turned the wrong way. Uses
the thread direct from the spool. Makes
the Elastic Leek Stitch (finest- ami atrengeet
stitch known ;) firm, durable,, oleae aoeD
rapid. Will do all kinds ef werk..tee an*
ooarse, from Cambric te heavy.Cleth eis
Leather, and u*rs a;j%d?u<jriptipns.?t thread.
The best mechanical, tateniii*.America,
and Europe, baa been darptod to .Improving
and si o\pl ?S\ung our Mac hint*, combining,
anly that which is prao?eable, and dis
pensing with all complicated sorroaaiMaga
generally found in ether maehinev
Special trreas and extra inducements to
waU and female agesta, stare keepers, eke.,,
who will establish agencies through the
country and keep our aew machines enes
hlnitvon and sale. County rights gives to.
smart agents tree. Agent's. 'comp; etc out fit a
furnished without nay eatm charge.
Samples nf sewing, descriptive eirealar?
oorftaiaing terms, testimonial*, engraviags.
to., sent free
Address. BROOKS SEWING MACHINE
CO.. Ne. 1.129 Broadway, NewTwrk.
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