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Zeal without knowledge- is fire with
out light. ...
Intellectual fartniug?Harrowing a
If it wsau't for tarn luw s man oould
snake a fortune io half the time.
Mrs. Partington thinks that ths gro
cers ought to hire a mueio teaoher to
teach them the aeales correctly.
Chinamen are said to maks good
market gardeners. No people like them
for minding their peas and there queuea.
An editor may not be religious, but
be generally has an umbrella which ksepa
There is not a single msnufaoturer of
load pencils who makes a good peneil
for reporters at a reasonable priee.
A Pougbkeepsie olerk lores the very
ground a Highland widow walks upon.
It is worth $300 an acre.
"He loll down dead and expired iu
two minutes," says a Georgia paper of
tho death of a negro.
A Scranton household is enjoying an
era of peace. The lady of the house
put her tongue to a flat iron to see if it
After two years of divorced life, and
constant and vnin endeavor to marry
somebody else, an Indianapolis oouplp
have re-united. .
At B?ringtoo, Iowa, a little girl, eight
years old, walked up aud gazed a fow
niomonts on her dead mothor, and theo
died almost instantly.
Somebody asks why it'is that theatres
are seldom if svor struck by lightning,
the solution of which conundrum is that
every orchestra has a conductor.
Keep'your temper. A rr.zr: ia perfect
health, the other day, in Nashville, got
into a fit of passion which ehangod to a
fatal spasm of cholera.
The difference between a oountry and
a oity greenhorn is, that one would like
to know everything, and the other thinks
he can tell him.
Diphtheria ib spreading in Winnsboro;
' about a dosen cases reported. The di?
esse is quite severe, but no Heaths hare
A Kentuoky man purchased a cof
fin fifteen years ago so* ss to hare it
bnndy, and the other day he was burn
ed up iu a limekiln, and the coffin was s
A New Hampshire farmer scouts the
idea of taking a-newspaper at two dol
lars a year, and posts a notico on the
school house that "3 hoggs her stradc
or bin stoolcn" from him.
A Memphis lawyer fell down while
speaking the other day. It will make
the case.clearer to aay that an inkstand
thrown by the opposing counsel hit him
just before be fell.
' I wast to bo an angel,"' sang a little
boy at Hanover, Ind., the other day, at
the same time drawing a loaded gun
towards lam by the muzilo. Whom the
gods love die young.
Is France drifting toward a restoration
of ths Empire if The Paris correspond
ent of the New York World asserts that
President MoMahon's first reception wss
the most brilliant official apectaole seen
in Franoa since the empire fell.
A Tennessee Isdy presonttd her hus
band with n pr.ir of twins and indue
season added triplets. "Dear me," ex
claimed an astonished neighbor, 141
a'pose Mrs*. Stebbing will hare quadra
peds next snd theo centipedes."
A Portland man, caught fishing fur
trout on another man's land the other
day, completely silenced the owner, who
remonstrated^ with ths msjestio answer:
' Who wants to catch yoar trout? I
am only trying to drown this worm."
Tho "rfiolcra men" of the Chttago
newspapers publish cheerful bulletins
producing a most salutary effect in the
agricultural districts of Illinois. They
have already been the mono* of saving
thousands of watermelon patches from
A Philadelphia surgeon was called
the other day to a houso op-town to am
putate the big of a woman. He is a
near-sighted man, and when be reached
the house he got into the wrong room
and calmly sawed off the limb of the
servant girl, who was a German, who
had corns aver two days before, and who
thought it was one of the customs of the
Bullock's lightning press, now used
in the government printing office at
Washington, and io large establishments
elsewhere, receives the paper in large
rolls done uf. like webs of olotb, feeds
itself with paper and ink, prints both
sides iu a smglo revolution, cuts and
counts the impressions, nod throws off
lf>,00U sheets perVour.
Says the Lawrence (Kansas) Republi
can.JounUtly? "The democratic papers
officiously' assure the farmers thai in any
political enterprise they undertake tbey
will havu'tho democratic party behind
them. This reminds ens of the position
of Mick by'a horse ia the scrub race.
?Bedad,' satot'ths cheerful owner sf the
steed, 'he*s dtWlng everything before
' W** yr>*
TUPFS? Law.?The Judge* appear
to be oa forcing tbe Tapper law all over
the State, aud, as a consequence, liquor
sellers generally are very much exercised
upon tbe tub jeet. Judge Maher, at Col
leton, last week, charged tbe grand jury
that a trrog ahop, with a few bundles ef
(oddor and a matt resa thrown in a cor
ner, did not constitute a tavera accor
ding to bis construction of the law, that
a quart tioense did not me\n that they
could sell one pint and a half, but that
the Utter and spirit of the la.v must be
oboyed or the offenders might expect to
suffer its full penalties,? Union. Herald.
THE QRANGEB?RG NEWS
ArOlfiTlJ? B. KlfOWLTON,
Financial ako BreiNeas Mama??.
Official Paper of tti? Statt? mud
or Orangebnrf (onntj.
?ST TTIF ORAXGERURG XE.YS 11AS
A LARGER CIRCULATION TD AX
AXY OTHER PATER IX THE COUN
SATWUUlf, JULY 19,1S73.
One of the reasons as-signed by the
Time* for oppnaing the new stroet was.
that land would be taken without paying
the owners full value therefor. In its
last issue it says editorially, "Let the
assessment be a fair one and tho proper
ty not put (as we think Was tho etso in
the last new' stroet)' at one fourth ita
The board of assessment, on tho open
ing of the last new street, was composed of
Famuel Dibble Esq., who acted for th.;
Town Council, John Addon Kaq . acting
for tho County Commissioners, J. C. Pike
Ksq , representing Dr. T. A. Eilio't,
nnd IT. Uigga Esq., representing Mr.
P. Gowan. Of course it is simply pre
posterous to insinuate that t'iojo goutle ?
men acted otherwise than fairly in
estimating the value of the land taken .
So ?c asjumo their, valuations to bo
Novr, here is the op'nl -u of the Tint***
correspondent, "M," aa to the loss sus
taincd by the Isnd owners by the opening
of the last uew street.
"Iu fact the lots on the new street.
can not be bonj\t for ten limn the
amount that would hav purchased them
before the street teas put through. Will it
not be the same way with any street
that may be eat to co meot with the
Fire Chop rood r
Was there ever a m >re frivolous op
position to a public enterprise than that
of the Tim's iu this matter of the new
Th* Model Editor.
The model editor who presides over s
daily Or weekly paper io less populous
commuritics will be no less scrupulous
than tbe controlling genius of his big
eity contemporary. He will do mere of
the editorial work bin.self, and be will
write with s serny ulons regard to tbe
best inters*'* of the community in
xhich he lives and labors. And while
his paper will never lack entertainment
aud uistruction, it wilt never contain a
paragraph or a sentence calculated, un
necessarily, to wound the fcelincs of a
single individual If there is room for
a new factory in tbe village, be will call
atteotion to tho fact and enforce upon
capitalists the public importance of
manufacturing enterprise If a new
school house required, or a public
park ia needed, or a new street should
be open id, or old ones improted, he
will enforce each and all of these snd
similar necessary improvements until be
has odueated public opinion np to s res
olution to "go in" for the aceomphVb
ment of the objects contemplated. The
model editor in either the city, town or
village is a public benefactor, aad can
i aud generally does more for tho advance
ment of tbe oommunify than any other
msa within the circle reached by his
daily or weekly issues?Columbia Un
Our "internal consciousness" and a
modest assurance of our own merits sat
isfy us that, io penning tbe above, our
big brother of tbe model Columbia daily
bad in his mind's ays that model of
country weeklys, th* OfMNOXBURQ
News. Certainly no language could
have mors accurately described lbs pop.
alar and enterprising journal over whore
destinies it is st ours our plsssure snd
our duty to preside.
Our big brother says that the country
editor '-will writs with a scrupulous re
gard to the best interestsef the commun
ity in which h* Ufa* and labors."
This describes us to a T.
Then our big brother continues,
"While his paper will never lack outer
tainmeat sod instruction it will qovcr
ccntsio a paragraph or a seatenee calcu
lated, anoecessarUy, to wound the foel -
ings of a single individual." Hero wo
are again hit off to the rerj life. The
News certainly never lacks ?Uber onter
tainmeot or instruction and as oortainlj
never wilfully sejs x.ught thst is unkind
of either high or low, rioh or poor.
In faet, tho parallel is complete, as our
readers can see with half a glance?and i
thsj will, we are confident, be as pleased
as ourselves to see thst ths merits of
their favorite newspaper bare met with
such prompt and appreciative rocogni
tion from so good a judge of suoh mat
tors as our big brother of the Columbia
I nion-Herald. "Praise from Sir Hu
bert Stanley is praise indeed."
Tho simple fast is that the Orange
burg Nkws identifies itselt iu homely
but hearty fashion with ail the best
interests of the prosperous and growing
oommuuity by which it is supported.
True, it differs in politioa from many of
its readers and frier Is, but it is manly
and outspoken and they always know
where te find it. Beside, people arc be
ginning to learn that there are two sides
in politics as well to every other ques
tion, sod they are willing to giro oach
eide a fair hearing. They know that
whenever the political contest is at hand
the Nkws will be found io the thickest
of the fight, dealing heavy blows for
Republicanism and Victory. But they
are alio beginning te realize that politics
are a matter of opinion which each man
and each newspaper must entertain and
determine for him or it self, and that a
man his no more right to interfere with
another's political viows than with
his opinion as to baptism, transub
stantiation or tho grcon chcesinesa ol
tho moon. Consequently, the pcop'e a-k
for just such a paper as is described by
our big brother of Columbia ; there is
only one such paper iu this County and
that is the very paper you are reading j
this moment?the plain, old, go ahead,
enterprising Ohangkburg N. \vs !
?i ? ???aa ? ?
Four hundred and fifty three clergy
men of tho Episcopal Cburcb, in Eng
land, have recently signed a petition
''asking for the appointment of con
fessors and for the restoration of other
Papist practices which the Refor
mation abolished.'1' This brought Lord
Oraumore to his legs io the House of
Lords, last Monday, when he moved that
a committco be appointed to see what
legislation ought to be bad to prevent
farther defection from tho Estahliihed
Church. The Archbishop of York
and the Bishop of Salisbury thought,
however, that the matter was one rather
for the Church than for Parliament to
deal with, and the noble Lord's motion
was quietly knocked in the head and
laid under the table. Their graces of
York and Salisbury were evidently wise
enough te see that the leas Parliament
has to do in Church matters the better
it will be for the Church.
Orangeburu, July 15th 1873.
Mr. Editor :
Upon my ret nrn to Orangebu?*g thb
morning, I notice in your paper a "Io
cul" under the bead of u Hound or
Squart," which I suppose lequires an
explanation from bbs as to tbe part I
took in the laying ont of the town of
I ess assure you, that although I
slwsys endeavor to keep myself square
with the world, I did not in any way
influence tbo members of tbs Conooil of
Lewisville in their square decision.
In answer to my inquiries, I was
instructed to luy out tbe town in a
square form, with llennon's store ss the
center, the South Carolina Railroad and
its perpendicular n? the two governing
directions, (instead of the cardinal points)
and one third of a mile from the eeoter
in euch of these directions as tbe dist
ance to the sides.
With these plain instructions from
those who employed me, I proceeded to
execute their wishes, without reference
to tbe nets of the assembly or any ens
My business there was to survey, and
not to interpret law.
; I see however that yonr paper snd
the Council ere somewhat at variance ;
ths former making the town rouiui, and
the letter square.
Now as ths point at issue is clearly
one of law, and not of surveying, a ques
tion ss to the meauing of the Acts of
ont Legislators, with ukieh 1*sew/bee[A
am mftitrritier, I shell net intrude anrr
opinion of toy own, but couoludo wi? b a
few extracts from tbe Acts, (not of tbe
apoetle* of course) bj wbioh tho public
may better form s judgmeutos to who is
Tho Aot of Incorporation of Lewie
rille reads as follows:
"Its corporate limits shall extend one
third of a mihi in each direction from
tho new store of W. H. Heonon ."
There are many other Acts of In
corporation such aa Lancaster, Wrights
rille, fjokesberry, Graham rille Ac,
which read substantially the aame as
that of Lewisville, with tho exceptiou
that io some tho u ord "each" is used
and in others ''every."
Now whether this difference of word
ing was merely accidental on the part of
nur Legislators, aad all these towns wore
intended to be round, or whether "eocA"
was intended by tbetn to be limited to
tlie tico great cardinal directions (?. e. a
North and South line, and an East and
West line) n?ay probably be best ascer
tained by inquiring as to the actual shape
of the towns alluded.to.
Orangeburg is round on all sides, ex
cept where tho oircle is interrupted by
the river, but the word "every" and not
"each" is used in its Act?It reads "one
mile in every direction &o."
Bamberg is square but the Act has
a different form, and throws no positive
light on tho subject under consideration.
Other Acts of Incorporation may be
cited, but as I h-ivo no relish for them,
I will leave it to tho lawyers to look
further. It is their busiuesa anyhow,
nnd not mine.
Now Mr. Editor as my curiosity is
excited, I hope it will be relieved by
such evidence as will enable mo to de
cide correctly whose legal?decision to
embrace. Tour's or that of the Lewis
By all moans let it be rottlcd at onec,
so that if tho town is square, [ mny
keep from being corwred, and if it is
round I can look out for tho ring.
S. R. MELLICH AMI?.
N. B.?Walker?(Each?Either of
two ; every one of any number.)
[com >iu moat f.d.]
BftAN'ctn ill :, S. c.,
July 15th 1873.
Mr. Editor :
Sir :?As Base Ball seems to bo the
rage in Oraogeburg; we of Brauchvile
will not be far behind. Tho Club h?re
has rc-orgauized and elected the fallow
I Yes- Prcsidtnt.
A.F. H. Dukes.
See. tk Treus.
L. W. Lorjeu.
A. S. Dukes, Jr ,
K. L. Berry,
D, W. Baxter,
A H. Bruce
Although we bore defeat proudly la st
year, still the Club was slow about
organising this Summer, but tho Hall i a
now io motion.
The Yncnnejr in Oirsangebnrs;.
Froni_The Cherleiton Chronicle.
By the death of Heu. J. L. Jamison,
late State Senater from Oraogeburg, it
become* necessary to fill the vaeaney
caoaed by his decease through a spooial
election, which wo suppose will be call
ed within a few weeks. Already the
aspirants for Senatorial honors are sur
veying the situation and arranging
their forces for the eomb-tt. The lead
ing candidate appears te be Judge
Thaddeas C. Andrews, and, aa we are
informed, his eleotioo may bj consider
ed reasonably safe. While not wishing
to interfere in any way with the local
affairs of our sister county, We venture
te express the hope that Oraogeburg
will send Judge Andrews te the Senate.
We have known him long and intimate
It, and are through'y sitiaficd that
no better sc lection e mid possibly be
The Judge bss beeo s firm an com
promising friend of Kepublicao princi
ples ever since Republicanism baa had
aa existence in South Catalina.
He ia a geutleuian of iodepeadent
?fortune, thoroughly acquainted with
the political history of tho State, sad
the needs and necessities of the people.
Above the prejudices and petty joal
ottstas ef the mere partisan, we believe
be has their welfare entirely at heart.
As the proprietor of the Union tfer
aid, he has done the Kepublicao Party
a service which it canaot afford to for
get; and wbioh it can now take good
occasion to remember. The Party can
not, in our judgement, wisely let slip
sueh an opportunity as is now present
ed for plaoiog a gentleman of bis ster
ling worth and fidelity io the oouusils of
j ths Suite. If hitherto we, aa a party,
j have sometimes- erred in our ssleottons,
I there can be no excuse for, aswebsljevt
thsrs will be uo danger of, making a
similar mistake ia tbia instance. The
?iheamlfd ?onularity ef Judge Andrews
io Oraogeburg, whero ho ia thorough I j
known and appreciated, ia evidence that
our faith ia oot without foandatien. We
confidently ozpcet the atauncb eld Be
publioan oouaty to throw bar heavieet
majoritj for him to the approaching
The Savannah Advertiser and Repub
lican says : "It ia a singular fact, and
to many we apprehend a tantalising one,
that the grand capital prise ticket was
io Savannah and offered to quito a num
ber of gentlemen. It was among the
last Major Wiihors had on hand and he
placed it among others in the hands of
Mnj.J. M. Henderson to sell. A few
days before the drawing eamc off Major
Withers reoeived a dispatch from Gov
ernor Bramlotte, requesting him to send
te him all the tickets he bad en hand,
as there were orders for them. Major
fV. had 24}, srooo^ which waa the
lucky number 20,896, which drow the
Head Qnarter* Union Republi
can Party 8. <\
Colombia 8. C. Jaly oth 187*.
T. C. Andrews E*q , Orangrburg 6'. C.
Sir:?Tou era hereby appointed Chair
man of the Republican Party ie aad for the
County of Oraogeburg te fill the vaoaney
oreated by the death of our lamented friend
and fellow eitisen Hon. James L. Jamison.
It ia deemed by me unneeesaary to lay
upon you any particular injunctions as to
yeur line rf conduit, as your paat and
present stand.ng ae a st aunoh an.l reliable
Republican, iate my mind suracent guaran
ty of your future course. Please accept
thia as the evidence ef your authority, aad
belive me to be,
R. B ELLIOTT,
Trea t Executive Com.
U. R. P. State of 8. C.
july'lOth 1873 3t
J. Wallace Cannon,
Ifl HAPPY TO STATE TO HIS FRIKND8
and etistomera that he has just returned
from Charleston, after having purchased a
large etoek of,
WHICH HE WILL SELL AT VERY LOW
prieo? for cash. .Also on hand a fUtl stoek of
LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
At prices that cannot he aupaeted for
che.ipness. All the above gaols are freeh
an I warranted.
fall s?ron and get bargiins.
july 10th 1373 tf
The State of South Carolina.
In tijk Court or Probate.
By AUGUSTUS n. KNOWLTON, Esq.,
Judge of Prohn!? in Said County .
WHEBKA8, Bennet Jaeebson hath ap
plied to me for Letters of Administration
on the Estate of James L. Jamison, late of
Orangrburg County, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and aingulnr the Kindred and Creditors
of the aaid deceased, to be and appear be
fore me at a Court of Probate for the said
County, to he holden nt Oraugeburg on the
'id day of August, 1873, at 10 o'clock A.
M. to show cause if any, why tbe aaid Ad
ministration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and the 8eal of tnr
Court, this 17th day of July A. I). 1878,
andin the ninety-seventh year of American
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
[L.S.] Judge of Probate O. C.
jllljr 19 2t
The State of South Carolina
In tub Court or Probatb.
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON, Bee,..
Judgs of Probate in said County.
WHEREAo, Cecelia Jamison hath made
suit to me to grant to her Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and effects ef
James L Jamison, late of aaid County, de
Theas are therefore to oite and admoniah
all and singular the kindred and Creditora
of the aaid deceasod. to be and appear be
fore me at a Court of Probate for tbe said
County, to be holden at my Office in Orange
burg, 8. (J., on Thursday '11st day of July
1873, at 10 o'clock A. M., to show cause if
any, why the aaid Adminietrattor, should
not be granted.
Given unJer my hand and the 8eal of the
Court, thia Ifttb day of July A. D. 1878,
and iu the '.'7th year of American Inde
IL.8 ] AUGVBTU8 B. KNOWLTON,
july 10? 2t Judge of Probate.
By virtue of Sundry Executions to me di
rected, I will sell to tho highest bidder, at
Orangeburg C. H . on the FIRST MON
DAY in August next, FOR CASH, all the
Right, Title and Interest of the Defend
ants in the following Property, vit:
All that tract of land in Oraageburg Coun
ty, oontaining 186 aerea more or less,
bonnded by lanSaof 8asauel T. lslar, Jamea
F. Iilar, M. F. Antley and J. .J. Antley.
Levied on as the property of Abraham Ant*
ley at the null of D. Louis,
1. One traet of land in said Connty con
taining 1081 acres more or less, swamp land,
bounded by landa of At.ram E. Sanier,
George Ihnler, Sam'l R. Sbule-, Frederick
Carn and Joahua Huff.
2. One traet containing 1031 aeroa more
or less, swamp land, bounded by lands ef
W. Butte, J. R. Moorer, Joseph Howell,
j Sam'l R- Shaler and the Charleston aad
Orangeburg County line.
8. And one other tract containing 1081
net en more or leas, swamp land, bounded by
lands of Sands or 8am'l R Kinder, Joseph
L. Hhnler, A- Rush's grant, Joseph Hewsll
and Abram E. fihuler, Levied on aa the.
property of Charles 8 Bull at the suit ef
Wan. M. Bold A Co., and others.
At the risk of Termer purchasers, a let of
in erokaadiae. Levi ed on aa the property of
W infield Clark, at the suit ef Peak, Opdyko
A O, ftlfl elWere.
Sheriff's Cdfto. i II, CAW,
Orangeburg C. U. S. C, I HOC
July 10th, 1871. J
july 19 ' Id
OFFICE OF COUNTT AUDITOR,
OBANGKBUBO COCSTV, '
Obakobboko, 8. C, July 1st 1873.
Notice is hereby given that I will be at
the following pUees on the days mentioned
to take Returns of Real and Personal Pro
perty. In the meantime, my Office at
Orangcburg will be open for the>ame pur
pose, till the 20th day of August 1873.
After which date a penalty of r>0 per cent
will be added to tbe property ef all delin
At Hranchville Monday and Tuesday 14th
and 15th of July. J. Harop Felder's on
Monday Tuesduy and Wednesday 21st 22d
and 28d of July. Rowe's Pump Saturday
2mh of July.
Lewisville, Monday, Tuesday, and Wed
nesday -1th 5la and 6th ef August.
Fort Motte Thursday 7th of August.
Col. Daniel Livingston's Mill, Monday
and Tuesday Hth and 12th of August.
JAMES VAN TASSEL,
july 12 1873 If
The State of South Carolina,
In the Court or Probate.
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON, Esq.,
Judge of Probate in said County.
WHEREAS, John E. Jones hath applied
to me for Letters of Administration on the
Estutc of Frederiok W. Jones, late of Or
angcburg County, deceased.
These arc therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and Creditors
of the said deceased, to he and appear, be
fore me, at a Court of Probate for the said
County to be holden at Orangeburg, on the
20th day of July. 1873, at 10 o'clock A.
M., to show cause if any, why the said Ad
minist ration should not be granted.
Given ander my Hand and the Seal of Court,
thin '.Ith dny of July Anno Domini 1873.
[L.S.] AUG. B. KNOWLTON.
Probate Judge, O. C.
july 12 2t
Notice is hereby given that from on and
after TUESDAY, the FIRST DAT of JULY,
1873, to WEDNESDAY the 20th DAY of
AUGUST, this Office will be OPEN to re
ceive the RETURNS of REAL and PER
SONAL PROPERTY of this County. Tax
payers are requested to have a Correct Liat
of the different Classes of Lands as follows :
Number of \crrs of Planting Land.
Number of Acres of Meadow and Pas
Number of Acres ef Wood hind.
And Number of Building*.
Each Tract of Land muat ne returned
separata in the Township where it lies
and at the name time they will make their
Return of Personal Property, Moneys and
Tax-payera are urgently requested to b?
PROMPT in M IKING their RETURNS a?
the I.aw requires nie to add a Penalty at
?O per cent, to the Real and Personal Pro
perty of Delinquents, which in EVERY
INSTANCE WELL BE DONE.
JAS. Vas TASSEL,
june 28 8t
WHAT PLEASES THE LADIES
WHEELER k WILSON SEWING MA
Th'y can be had by calling at Mrs. Olden
dartTs Millerery Establishment.
J. T. SIMMONS.
june 5??:'>i*. Orangcburg, S. C.
I.wrATK NOTICE.?All Prr
yj sons having d:mand* against the Es
tate ef the late John R. Milhous. deceased,
are reqaested to present the same, properly
attested, to the undersigned; and all per
sona indebted te said Estate are requested
to make immediate payment Io
R. BENSON TARRANT.
P. O. Grahams T. O.. S. Ca.
june 28 In
THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
COUNTY OP ORANOEBURG.
In the Common Pleas.
The State?ExRelatione ) Bill
The Solicitor of the 8i uth- lie Perpetuate
crn Circuit. ) Testimony.
Ex part* "> Application to prove
E. A. Themas. / Lost Deed.
Application on oath having been made by
E. A. Thomas to prove the past Existence,
Loss and Contents of a Deed dated tbe 16
Jan., 1850, from this applicant to vYm.
Frederick. It is ordered ?
That all persons having like or opposite
interest in said Deed, whether residents in
this State or out of it; and who desire to do
so, shall appear and eross examine the evi
denee produced; and introduce evidence in
reply before me. a* my Office at Orangebarg
on the 20th day of k ept ember next.
June Uth, 1873. Referee,
june 21 3m
FORTY HORSE POWER, and everything
COMPLETE with food Belting. Ths ebtve
Mill aad Machinery have been run about
three years. Tbe above ia offered LOW
DOWN and en terms to suit purchasers.
june 5 1873 tf
Jt\ sons having claims against the Estate
o.' L. Hayaa Culler lata of Orangcburg
(' only, deceaeed. are required la present
swo.-e statements thereof, aa4 tbee?indeb
ted to the aaae will mtke payment te.
J. W. CULLER.
Orangeburg June 21 1873 3t
A FINE LOT. Far Sara CXoap by,
jvwe > tf
DK. C. B. TAUES.
(ST. MATTHEWS P. O.,)
june 6 1S73 if
THE UNDERSIGNED BE8PECTPULLT
Inform* Ik* publie that k? ig new pre
pared t? furnish BRICKS in MJ quantity.
All orders will aaeot piompt attention.
J. C. EDWARDS,
jme 5 1873 tf
/n Mtdicint?, Quality is of fht First /***cr?
E. J. OLIVEROS, M. D?
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
Ol L8, VARNISH, RON-BXPLOS ITS
LAMPS, GARDEN SEEDS, Be., Be.,
PRE8CRITION8 propsrod with ACCUR
ACY ond FIDELITY, foi whi.h purpose s>
ftill ond complete assortment of PURK
CHEMICALS ond GENUINE DRUGS will bo
constantly on band.
Long experience?a successful baslaoss
career of mere than eight years in Oraago
burg. a good knowledge *f the DRVG
MARKET at homo and abroad, will afford a
sufficient guarantee that all goods sold or
dispensed at my establishment will Be
GENUINE and RELIABLE.
Appreciating the success which ia the
past haa attended my efforts, I hare de
termined to aparo no peins tomorita oea
tinance of the patronage so liberally bestow
E. J. OLEVKROS M. D.
Bo 100 Ruoael Street Orangehurg.
DR. A. C. DUKES7
CRANGEBURG, S. C,
FINE TOILET SOAF9.
PURE WINES and LIQUOBS for Medicinal
DYE-WOODS and DYE-STUFFS generally.
A full line of TOBACCO and SEGARS.
Farmers and Physicians from the Country"
will find onr Stock of Medicines Complete,
Warranted Genuine and *>f the Rut Quality.
Let er FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
jan 1! e tf
Do You Want
IF YOU WJuST
? & ffi '??*r,?JSa
WHKRE YOU'LL FIND
Any and Everything.
nee 2 tf
$5 A Vnlwabie* Iierr>?tle?i?f^5
AN ENTIRELY N1W
FOR DOMESTIC USB.
OXE.Y FIVE DOUAM.
wir? ran new
Patent Button Hole Worker.
THE MOST SIMPLE AND COMPACT IV
THE MOST DUBABLB AND ECONOMI
CAL lH USB.
A MODEL OP COMBINED 8TRBNGT8
replete ia all its Berta?**?*?*?SWgsr*
Eye Feinted Needle, Self Threading, direct,
upright Positive Matten. New Tension, golf
Feed and Cloth Guider. Operate* by Wheel
and en a Table. Liga? ffaaesissj, Saneesb.
aad noiseloea tike all geae) high pra*eej
machines, Mae patent check re prevent tie
wheel being turned the wreag way. Vaoe
the thread direct froea the epeeL Meeea*
the Elastic Leek B*i**? (tfcreot asm eat sagtet
stitch known ;> fttav AoraUc, eteee ea?Cr
rapid. Will <k rvU kind*of work, aae an*
coarse, free* Cambric t* heavy Cloth of
Lus.ther, aad noes alt descriptions af tea Bat A
Vko best meehankal talent ia Asaerteav
and Korea*, has been doeete) to impree^haB
and aimplifyiskg ?mr Maehieea, oeeavdaJsr*;
only that which ia practicable, aad BaaV
yaaaieg witB all cewpBeaaed an
generally found In ether machine'*.
Special terse* aad eatre, iadje
mal* and female ageaea, a?wr* keeper*, Ac.
who will oeiabBeb a**majsat taWeaga tee
eoantry and keep easr steer m*caia*at o% oa
kia?taea and sale. Coemty tigkta fjisa tat
?mart ???ata free. Age**'* e**n?lm eeaf
fwrawhed withewt any watra eaftrgvx
leesfiai *f sew rag. de?oiaerW eirwaKra
containing term*, testimonials, engmringo,
etc.. eeat free.
Address. BROOKS SEWING
CO., Ne. isr*> Bread***, Now Y