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Spots ou the suo.?Frocklos on your
Absence makes the haart gnw fonder,
-?of some one else.
In Michigan one peaoook ean van
quish so sore of potato-bugs.
What word is always pronounced
wrong ? Wrong.
A man thai ought to be ro momborod
?-A one-legged soldier.
A Western paper heads a description
of a bride's trousseau "Duds-"
Memphis has a population of sixty
thousand inhabitants, aud 1,000 liquor
There is an omnibus in Cincinnati that
has killed thirtoou persons in its event
Monroe, Wis. boasts of having fur
nished four Fourth oi July orators to
bore other towns.
Tho same raulo that killed a man at
Lexington, lud., was permitted to haul
the widow to the funoral.
A religious scot at Laoonia N. II., hits
revired the practice of publicly washing
each other's feet.
Raspberries are said to give a jieh rod
color to those that eat them. It mani
fests itvelf in the nose.
A swain at Salinas, Cal.,had to leave
his bride waiting while *hS rode 120
miles to get a marriage license.
A Daubury Baw-filer always wears
waddiug in his cars when at work, so an
not to disturb his neighbors.
In Brasil thoy have ? disagree*
ble speoies of ants which attack horses
aud men and sometimes overcome
Wo resd that thero are in Chicago'?
new hotol, the Grand Pacific, fifty-nine
flights of stairs, thirty oight miles of wire
and 1,070 doors.
A young Csliforniso who became in
tozioatod for the first time recently, felt
so keenly his disgrnce that he took
strychine and died.
A Buffalo girl attempted suicide on
account of the degraded character of hor
father and mother. Parents are a great
trouble to young people nowadays.
8ince the clergy have held prayers
for the benefit of the proas, the Chioagn
Times suggests that editora unite in sup
plication for the diffusion of iutelligen .u
among the clergy.
Young men with a disposition to
"burgle," will be interested iu knowing
that si full set of bnrclar'a toola. innla.]
ing revolvers and slungshots, costs about
A bare-footed Ohio girl, who walked
ten miles - to hire out to hoo corn, was
admired by a widower worth S?O.0'10,
and the two are one now. Isn't there
a lesson iu this f *
"You sell watered milk, I see," re
marked a well-known dry-goods mer
chant to a restaurateur. "Weil, what
of that; don't you sell watered silk ?"
was the prompt retort.
Norwegian girls who have been dolnj;
kitchen work iu Iowa at $3,50 a week,
are hiring out to work in the harvest
fields at $2 or 83 per day. About ten
cents a day was their figure "at home."
The Hcmboldt Journal's poet brings
out the following version,
Mary had alittle lamb,
'Twas always on its rausele.
She pulled the wool out of its back,
And stuffed it in her bustle.
In the late editorial convention iu
North Carolina, Capt. Wui. Biggs gave
in his experience as follows. He has
been several yoars conducting a news -
paper, most of which had been spont iu
raising tho means of doing it.
It may be very well for men to spend
their lives iu getting up an illuminated
Bible that will bring $20,000, tho price
which wss obtained at s European book
sale, but it would bo better still if more
of its professed admirers would let the
Bible illuminate them.
A lawyer in Charlotte was besieged by
a bevy ef the fair box to contribute some
thing for ehuroh purposes. Ladies," ho
said, "gold snd silver have 1 none, but
sueh as I have I give mito thee," paint
ing to a well known Baltimore selesm.au,
"there it ia 1 it la brass!"
Grace Greenwood relates as sa instance
of (he extravagance of New England
hu;.ior that when a young farmer's wife
made her first boy's pants precisely as
' ample before- as behind, tho father ex
oluimed, "Goocoees 1 he won't know
whether he's going to school or coming
In Wilmington, on . Tuesday last, so
old colored men sppiied for a passage
serosa the-river in the ferry boat, and
on being told that it would cost him ten
cents to go and come, he declined to lu
vest but plunged iuto the river, swsra
across, transacted his business aud re
turaed in the same manner.
Get married ! Marry, let lira risk be
what it lnaj; it gives dignity to your
profession, inspires confidence aud com
mands respect. With a wife the lawyer
ia more trusty, the doctor more esteem
ed, tho meohsei' '*tow? the hammer
with inoreiscd pow..> and shoves the
plane with more dexterous hand ; the
merchant* gets a better credit ?iu short
a tnau without a wife ia no man at all;
She nurses him while sick, she watohea
for him in health. Gentlemen, get a
wife, a pretty one if you like them best
?a good one when she ia to be found
? and a rieh one if you can find her
pretty and good.
A gentleman, lately a resident in
Tcnucssee, relates the following; Ho
repaired to a neighboring farrier to get
his horse shod, and was addrossed ai
follows: "Sir, U*s not the 'ard work ns
'urts the 'oof of the 'orso, but it's the
'niumcr. 'nuiiuor, 'amuier, of the 'nrd
'igh road." It ia un'iooossary to sdd,
that farrior was born iu England.
rflE orangebtjrs news
Ai ta sri s ii. kxowi.tox,
PlXANCIAL AND Dl'StNKSa MaMAGX*.
Ofllrial Paper of Hie state and
or OraiiKcburK County.
tfir TH E OR A XO KR UR G XE WS HA S
A LARGER CIRCULATION TU AX
A XV OTHER PATER IX THL COUX
SATURDAY, JULY 36, 1S73.
As will Le seen by the notice pnblUh
j cd elsewhere in our columns, ihe County
Chairman of the Republican Party has
issncd his call lor a Convention, to be
held on Wednesday next, to make a
ucuiinntion for the vacant S/uMorship.
The most prominent of the num?rons
candidates for this important ofuco is
Judge T. 0. Andrews, who from the
first dawn of TS>'puhlionnt.im in this
State has been au earnest, ciucore and
faithful member of that powerful
orgtuiz.iti'iu whoso battle cry and watoh
woid i*, and forever will be, 'Kqual
rights for all tuou."
Judge Andrew* is no 'latter day' or
'eleventh h jur* Republican, lie did
not wait until tho progics* of liberal
idens had marie the transition from
Democracy to Republicanism compar
atively on.?y. Ho was a Republican in
the earliest and darkest days of the party
?when the white RepuMin-m wa^loox
ed npon aa an outcast by all ethers of
hia color, and whon he received at their
hiinda it tic save scoffing and insult.
Then was the time to prove a tnau'n
??ys!?y to tha party ^f progress ??u man
hood, and then did Jud^c Audraws
place hiuirolf boldly upon the record
And uevor his ho flinched a hair's
breadth fiom the position he then
Such a man ns Judge Audrows it>
Deeded in the Somfo. Let thr party
reoognizn the faithful service of this
true and tried Rrcpublican by a tin ini
mous nomination iu the convention on
i*uud IS ii j i ug.
Numbers of colored men tw ih'\* Colin
ty have bought land ami paid part of
the pureh..re mowOJ, who have not a
strap of writing \o iriiow their title to
the land so bought. If they were to
die now, their fawilio* might be put to
heavy expense to establish their claims,
and if the seller were to die the buyer
mdght he entirely withocrf remedy. Out
colored friends ought to remstuber that
the law in rejiard tot he purchase of
trend is very uTiflereut fron? the ? in in
regard to the awrehase of personal pm
perty, such as hones, mules, Ac. No
bill ef sslo ia necessary to grv or a good
t'rtlc to personal property If ymi pay
for ? norser and take hint*, that is
enough, provided the seller really own
od him. But to convey laud in tho pro
per, business way, there must be a regu
lar deed, regularly witnessed and
Sellers of rand who understand these
matters cau not iu honesty take money
from ignorant purchasers without
explaining this matter, or giving the
buyers proper evidence of sale. We
advise our colored friends to buy no
luud of any man who is not willing to
give the proper papers therefor. All
honorable man will do this ; tho loss you
hare to do with the other kind, the
The Sun says: A. T. Stewart, before
leaving for Europe last week, made bis
Will, 'ihe schedule of his real estate
with its valuation i'mits up to the extra
ordinary mm of QTte hua 1;*) tnillim
The 2tf yHterlotia Halt*
We have often given expression to
our fears and anxieties with reference to j
this Mortoo-Illiss-Kiiupton suit agp'.nst
the people of this State. We ha *e aeon
in its subtle progress the oold. iiiniy trail
of the serpent, who would ooil his folds
about the quivering form of the public
credit, and stiflo, if possible, even the
cry of alarm. We have heard on the
street, in private rooms, and evon in the
Italia of the State Capitol, mystorioos
rumors, vague whisperings of evil to
come, that chill the blood of the oitizeu
like the night marc-life in death. We
have fe't the paiuful throbbiug of the
popular heart, tho donn revengeful boat
ing of an aching heart that will not
suffer nlone, if suffer it must., but when
it breaks, the great ngony that wrenches
its lifo blood from it, will deluge the
hand that wrougs it in tho blood which
retributive justice shall shed.
Tho last wrong has been done to South
Carolina that can be safely done, we care
not from what quarter it may spring.
The hand of the assnssin is palsied?the
fetter of the slave is broken ? the ban
of prejudice has burst like a bubble of
folly?the tyrrauy of public epin ton has
disappeared like a vanishing malaria?
the curse of ignorance is lifted by the
angel of the public sohool?corruption,
that stalks like a thief iu the night, is
in the grasp of the law?neither any
combination of bold bad men, nor any
administration, nor any judiciary shall
harm it further with impunity. Let the
issue ootno, and como quickly, or not at
The Third Term.
The argument of opposition journals
that the President can secure, by the
"paeking" saystem, his own runotnina
tion or dictate his successor are absurd.
The popular, will of tho people rcuomi
uated and re elected Presidents Lincoln
and Grant. If the people desire Grant
for a third term, and he will accept,
they will rencminate him, without once
hesitntiog to consider who has received
anything from or who are hanging
about the public crib. It would be well
lor those journals to remember the fact
that where there is one offio? to bo dis
posed of there arc a hundred applicants.
One person gets tho office ; the other
ninety nine will see thtt no "paekiug"
is done.?'Union-Hi raid.
How it Feri.b to Freeze.?One
who knows tolls how pleasant it is to
freeze to death in Minnesota, ilo aayh
the bitter cold docs nofchilland shake
a person as indatnper climates. It
stealthily creeps within all defences,
and nips at the bone without warning.
Hiding along with busy thoughts, a
quiet, pleasurable drowsiness Likes pos
session of the body,and, in mind, the
fences grow iudistiuct, the thoughts
wander, weird fancies come trooping
about with fantastic forms, the memory
fails, and, in a confused dream of wife
land home, the soul steps out iuto ubli -
viou without a pang of regret.
A horse thief namrd Howard, Intely
hanged by a vigliancc committee in Mis
souri, was rseer'ained to hire been a
niembsr of that committee. The reg lla
tions of the oetnmittee demand in suoh
cases that the offender shall be drsggod
to the place of execution by the tail of a
horse, an act of ort V that was literally
carried out io the case of Howard.
A mammrt in the rural districts lately
gave her five-old hopeful an outfit offi-ih
taoklc. Soon she heard a shout from
Willie, and running out fouud one of
her best hens fast winding up the line
in her crop, whither tho hook had al
ready precccfed it. Willie, observing
the troubled look of his mother, quietly
remark :d: "Don't worry, ?notier. I
gaeas she will stop when she gets to jho
MEWING OF THE DELEGATES.
DRANG I B?RO, 8. ?., Jnly 10, 1873.
By virture of ?Ive aathority ia me invested
by the President of the State Central Com
mittee of the Onion Repimlioaa Parly of
Seeth Caroline, 1 hereby call ? COU.ntt
CDU VE?TRrN OF THK DKLKOATES,
from the several yreeincls oi Orangeburg
County, to meet at Orangeborg Court House
en WEDNESDAY, JULY 80, 187-1. For the
purpose of nominating a Candidate for i bo
position of State Senator, in place of Hon.
James L. Jamison, doccased.
The several precincts will be represented
ia said Convention by the same delegates
that were elected by tbe people for the last
Convention to nominate a State Senator.
If any vaeaeoy should occur in the repre
sentation of any preeinct by death, removal
from the County or resignation, the precin
ct Chairman will till said vasanoy by public
TIIAD. C. ANDREWS,
County Chairman, Orangeburg, County.
July 26 1878 3t
Administrator* Stile.?-- Ity or
der of the Court ?f l'robate, 1 will sell
St the late residence of John R. Millions
deceased, on the 18th day of August A. D.
Hr?8, *he following property of said
intestate, to ?fit I Cattle, Hogs and Sheep.
R. BENSON TABRANT,
jny 2? ' 1878 .:t
- Jg . - ?
state of south carolina.
To the. Commissioner* of Klectionr foe
Whereas Hon. James L Jamison who at tho
Urnen?! Election neld in October 1872 for
tho Flection district of Oraugeburg bounty
to serve for the term of four Years, has aiwos
said election deceased; and;
Whrreas the Constitution of the State of
South Carolina directs that in such case a
writ of election shall be issued by the Presi
dent of the Senate for the purpose of filling
the vacancy thus occasioned for the remain
der of the term for which the member so
deceased was elected to serve.
Now therefore you and each of you are
hereby required aftor duo advertisemont and
with strict regard to all the Provisions of
tho Constitution and laws of said State
toitchiug your duty in such ease to hold an
electiou for a member for the Senate for the
election distriot aforesaid te servo for the
remainder of the term for wlnoh the said
lion. Jwmes L. Jamison was elected, the polls
to bo opened at the various polling places of
cleotion in the said district, on Wsd^nosday
the thirteenth day of August, A. D. 1873, by
the various nets of Managers for those places;
and the counting of the votes cast and the
declaration of the result of the election to
be in accordance with the provision of Sec
liens 2 and 8 of Act of the Goneral Assembly
eniitld "an act to amend an act entitled,
an act providing for the General Elections
and the manner 6f conducting the same"
approved March 12th, 1872 (page 181 A. A.
This writ together with a certified copy
of your return of the election held under it
have before the Scnato at its next mre'tiug
after the election. ?
Witness the signature of the Hon. R.
Howell Gleaves President of the 8enate at
Columbia thin 25th day of July A. I?. 187-*t.
R.*H. HO WELL G LEAVES,
President of Senate.
J. WOODRUFF, Clerk of Senate.
July 20 1873 3t
Ofllcc of COinnilsjonor? of'Klcc
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLTNA.
OnANor.ni nu CoUMTV On\Nrnct?r. S. C.
-July 26th, 1*73.
Notice is hereby given to tho voters of
Orangeburg County that in pursuance of nn
act of the General Assembly approved March
1, 1870, entitled "ixr act providing for the
general election und the manner of conduct
ing Ihe same amended by an act approved
.March 12, 1^72. nn election will be held in
the County of Orangebc.rg nt the u* ml
Pollinjr precincts mentionod below on vWd
nesdny.'the .".oth <iay of August, for the fol
lowing State Legislative u?ice, to wit! On>
Senator to serve for the remainder of the
term for which the feaid Hon. Jamison was
elected, to wit t
All bar-rooms aud drinking saloons shVl br
clohed on Ihe day of.elcctiou, and any per
son who shnll .sell any intoxicating drinks
on the day of election, shall be guilty of a
misdemennor, nrd on conviction thereof,
shall bo fined in a sum not l?si than one
hundred dollars, or be imprironed not lass
than one month, nor ni,~;c'w'.7< sii tnuntua.
The managers of Election at each Preciu
et will be furnished with a box which shall
be publicly opened and inspected, to ace
that it in empty and secure, and then lock
ed, just as before the opening of tho Polls,
by two or more deniuterestcd parties, and
the keys returned to the mannngers, nnd
shall not be opened during th ? Election At
Ihe clc?e of the Election the Managern and
Clerk shnll immediately proceed publicly to
open the ballot box and count the ballot*
therein, and continue euch count count
without adjournment or interruption until
the ssnte is completed, and make such state
ment of the result thereof, and sign the same
as naiure of the Election shall require, if iu
counting mo or ?rioie like ballots ahOul be
found tol led toget her compact 1/, only one
shull bo counted and the Others destroyed,
but if they bear" different names, the same
shall bo destroyed and not counted. If
more ballots should be found on opening tho
box than thv.rc ate uamo? en the poll-list,
all the ballots shall be returned to the box,
and thoroughly mixed together, and one of
the Managers or the Clerk shall a it'nouf
seeing; the ballots, draw therefrom and im
mediately destroy sa mnny ballots us there
are in excess yf the number of names en
the poll list.
Within three days thereafter fhe Chair
man* or oneof the managers to bo designa
ted in writing by the lizard, shall deliver to
the Ceremissioners of Election the poll-list,
the boxes Oontailiing the ballots, and writ
left Statement of the rrsnM of fhe Election in
his preeincl. The Polls shell be opened at
t> o'clock in the forenoon and closed at ??
o'clock in the afternoon, on the said day of
Election, and :i be kept open during
?hese honis without intoi missien or adjtrarn
ment, snd the Managers shall administer to
eavh prison offering trt vete, an oath that
I hey are qualified to vote at this Elaotion
according to ih? Constitution ef this State,
and that they ha-fe not voted during this
In coinplinneo with the above, the Polls
will be opened at the following places and
the following persons are heteby appointed
Managers of Election.
Avingers'?Puton Norris, January Mc
Neel, II. Itrshardsou.
Lewisville? Dr. C. R. Tober, P. M. Gene
ral, Jsnies Pearcc.
Jamisons?L. R. Peckwiih, Paul Govan,
Zeigtet's?D. II. H?debrand, Godfrey
Murph, l?rael Mctiowan
Forte Motte?S. 1). Goodwyn, J. G. Hun
ein, Jake btnart.
Hi own'j J. I). Jones, John Phillips,
Fogie s?I). R. Fogle, John Wannatnaker,
Adam R. Flood.
Rears or Four Hole's?W. S. Rarton, W.
B, I.o,..in. Andrew S. Ayors.
Elliott's?P. M. Hemer, Daman Knight.
(tub House?T. K. Keller, A. C. Wiliiams,
F. Q. Williams.
Washington Seminary?Hugo Sheridan.
Rolin aless, Hilliard llunton.
Roekhnrts?11 armen Rush, Win. Paulling,
Cedar Grcve?S. T. Itlar, Allen Rrowu,
Oriftln's?Frederick Dantsler, !>-. Voght,
Knotla'?Jos. E. Knotts, Riifus Whetstone
Orangeburg---M. Albrecht, Pelor Walker,
Wui. .V Mount,
Fosterling's?C. C. McMillan, John Mitch
ell, E. Forrest.
Ceructtsville?G. J. Odom, Robert Wash
Felder's?A. P. Connor, Rev. Thos. Thil.
lips, Henry Phillips.
Branch villa.?F. W. Fairy, W. II, Reedish,
Edw ml Green.
Rewe's Pump?T. F. Rarton, Vaudy Bow
man, Jamea Mclvin.
Glea'.on's?Barnett Livingston, Levin Ar
goe, Nerc Bloom.
Chairman Managers Klrotl m.
July 2fl Bt
Dil. PATRICK'S COTTON PRESS
Tli* undersigned Agent for Orangeburg
County beg* leave to call the attention of
COTTON PLANTERS to the same, and
would ad 7iie every one in need of a COT
TON PRESS to purchase a patent at once.
Tor CHEAPNESS, SIMPLICITY", and
POWER, it has no e<|iial.
Any one desirous of seeing the "modus
operandi" of said Press, can do so by calling
at the Stare of J. W. Patrick k Co., Russell
8trcet Orangeburg C. II., S. C, where a
model can be seen, or address dpt. JcfT
STOKES Genl Agent Midway S. Q.
J. W. PATRICK, Agt.
Orangeburg County S. C.
jtilH 2?. 1*73 tf
ST ATI; OF SOI T SI CARO
IN TUB COMMON I'LKAR.
MICHAEL MARCUS, Plaintiff.
PAULINE MARCUS, D.rendant.
To PAULINE marcus, Defendant in this
You are hereby summoned to answer the
complaint, in this action, whicii will he filed
in the oflice of tho Clerk of the Court ?f
Common Pleas for the said County, and to
serve a copy of your answer on the subscri
ber at Orangeburg C. H., South Carolina
within twenty days after the service of this
summons, exclusive of the day ef service.
It" you fail to auswerthis complaint within
the time herein specified, the Plaintiff will
apply to the Court lor the relief demanded
in the complaint.
AUG. B. KNOW LT ON,
. Orangeburg. C ii., S. C.
v?-. ,i:t._ Man
tne defendant anove
named. Take noticu that the summons and
complaint herein wore filed in the office of
the Clerk of the Courts of Common Pleas
and General Sessions of Orangeburg County
aforesaid on the 26th day of July, 1*7.1.
AUG. B. KSOW LTON,
july 26 1878 6t
ITcikI Quarters I n ion ttcpubli
enn Party S. V.
ROOMS STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
Columbia S. C. July 6th 1*78.
V. (7. A ndrewt E*q . Orangeburg S. V.
Sir:?Ton are hereby appointed Chair
man of the Republican Party in and for the
County of Orangeburg to fill the vaeaney
created by the death of our lamented friend
and follow cltir.c n lion. James L. Jamison.
It is deemed by me unnecessary to lay
upon you any particular injunction* as to
your line of conduct, as your past and
present standing as a staunch and reliable'
Republican, i^to my mind sulncent guaran
ty of your future course. Please accept
this as ihc evidence of your authority, and
belli e hie to hr,
It. B ELLIOTT.
Pres i Executive Com.
U. It. P. Slate of 8. C
jnfy i'Mh 1*7.1 8t
J. Wallace Cannon,
IS HAPPY TO STATE TO HIS KR1RNDS
and customers that he has ju*t returned
from Charleston, after having purchased a
large sto?k of.
WHICH UK WILL SELL AT VERT LOW
f>rir<-? for essh. >!?>> on hnrid a full ?lock of
LIQUORS, (HCARS, TOBACCO,
At prices fhaf cannot be stipassed for
cheapness. All the abate goads arc fresh
('nil soon and get bargj ins.
ju!y 10th lH7i tf
By virtue of Sundry1 Executions to me di
rected, I will seil 10 the highes' bidder, at
Orangeburg C. II., on the FIRST MON
DAY in August next. FOR CASH, all the
Right, Title anil Interest or the Defend
ant.- in the following Property, viz.:
All that tract of land in Orangeburg Coun
ty, Containing lr>*i acres more or less,
bounded by lands of Samuel T. Izlar. .lames
F. lain*, M. F. Antley and J. J. Antley.
Levied on as the properly of Abraham Ant
ley at the suit of D. Louis,
f. One fracf of land in Paid Cotfnfy con
lain'rhg 1081 acre* nurre or less, swamp land,
bounded by lands of At ram E. Shuler.
George Shuler. Sam'l R. Shule-, Fre<lcrick
Cafn and Joshua Huff.
2. One tract containing I08| acres more
or less, swamp land, bounded by lauds of
W. Ilutto, .'. R. Moofer, Joseph II..well.
Sam'l It. Shnlor and the Charleston und
Orangeburg County line.
8. And one other tract containing 10:11
acres fnor? or less, swamp land, bounded by
lands of Sands of Sam'l R- Shuler, Joseph
L. Shuler. A. Ruth's grant, Joseph Howell
and Ah ram E. Shuler, Levied on as the
property of Charles S Bull at the suit of
Win. M. Boid .\ Co., aud others.
At the risk of former purchasers, a lot of
merchandize. Levied on as the properly of
Winfield Clark, at the suit of Peak, Opdykc
Jfc Co.. and others,
E. I. CAIN,
Sheriff's Offce, )
Orangeburg C. II. S. C , V
July 19th, DS7o. J
S. O. C
july 1U td
A BARGAIN! ~
FORTY HORSE POWER, and everything
COMPLETE with good Belting. The above
Mill and Machinery have been run about
throe years. The above is offered LOW
DOWN ami on terms to suit purchasers.
junc *> 1878 tf
A FINE LOT. For Sale Cheap by,
THAI) c. ANDREWS,
June 7 if
In rnr. Court of 1'homatk.
By AUGUSTUS ?. KNOWLTON, Esq.,
Judge of Probate in said County.
WH EREArt, Cecelia laruison hath made
?nit to me to grant to her Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and effects of
James L. Jamison, late of said County, de
These nre therefore to cite and admonish
nil and singular the kindred ami Creditors
of the said deceased, to be and appear be
fore me at a Court of Probate for the said
County, to be holden at my Office in Orange
burg, H. C, on Tnni.-dny 31st day of July
1H78, at It'o clock A. M., to show cause if
any, whj the said Administration should
not be grunted.
Given unuer my hand and tlic Seal of the
Court, this 16th day of July A. D. 1873,
aud in the 07th year of American Inde
IL.S.] AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON,
july 10?2t Judge of Probate.
The State of South Carolina.
0H A N 0 KBU BO CO U NTY.
In the Court op Proiiatb.
By AUGU8TU8 B. KNOWLTON, Esq.,
Jitdgc of Probate in said County.
WHBREASi Rennet Jacobson hath ' ap
plied to me for Letters of Administration
on the Estate of James L. Jamison, late of
Orangeburg Couuty, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the Kindred aud Creditors
of the sain deceased, to be and appear be
fore me at a Court of Probate for the said
County, to be holden at Orangcbtirg on the
2d day of August, 187X at 10 o'clock A.
M. to show catife if any, why the said Ad
ministration should not he granted.
Given under my hand and the Seal of my
Court, this 17th day of July A. D. 18?3,
and in the ninety-seventh year of American
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
[L.S.] Judge of Probate O. C.
jufy I? 2t
THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO*
COUNTY OF ORANOK?UBO
In tub Common Pi.ua?.
The States?EsKeiatiome ") Bill
The Solicitor of the Svuth- V to Perpetuate
crn Circuit. J Testimony.
Er jmrte \ Application to prove
E. A. Thomas. / Lost Deed.
Application on oath having been made by
E. A. Thomas tfr prove the past Existence,
Loss and Contents of a Deed dat< t the 10
Jan., 1H.*>0, from this applicant to Wm.
Frederick. It is ordered?
That all persons having like or oppoaite
iutercxl in said Deed, whether r?csidefrts in
this State or out of it ; an<* who desiro to <lo
so tdiall appetrand cross examine the cvi
dence produced; nnd introdr/ce evidence in
reply before me. at Sty Office at Orangrbmrg
on the 20th day of September next.
June 1 Ith, 1S7;J. Referee,
june 21 Sin
Notic<- is hereby given that from on and
after TUESDAY, the FIUST DAY of JULY.
1X7:;. to WEDNESDAY the- i'ttth, DAY of
AUGUST, Http Office will be OPEN to re
ceive ihe RETURNS ff V.l.A I. and'PER
SONAL PROPERTY of this County. Tax
payers are rrcjnested to" have a Correct List
of the d?Teicnt Classes of Land? a? follows :
Number of Veres ef Planting Land.
Number ot Aires of Meadow and Pas
Number of Acres ef Wo\,d Land.
And Number of l'.w.H;-- ?
Each Truet of Laud* must be returned
separate in the To-eiwltip where it lies,
and at the .same time *hcy will make their
Return of Personal Pioperty, Moneys and
Tax-pj.ycrs are nfgenily requested to be
PROMPT in MAKING their RETURNS as
the Law requires me to add a rftfalty of
50 per cent, to the Real and Personal Pro
perty of Delinquents, which in EVERY
INSTANCE W1F.L BE DONE,
JAS. tan TASSEL,
june 28 8t
WHAT PLtiASES THE LADIES
WHEELER & WILSON SEWINO MA
"Thry can be had byealling at Mrs. Olden
dorrl s Millerery Establishment.
J. T. SIMMONS',
jun'e i'k?3m Orangeburg, S. C.
INSTATE TVOTK'K.?All I**?>
j sons hating demands against tbe Es
tate of the late John R. Milhons, deceased,
are requested to present the same, properly
attested, to the firulervigned ; and all per
sons indebted to sard Estate are requested
to make immediate payment to
It BENSON TARRANT,
I?. O/ Grahams T. O., 8. Ca.
june 28 Ira
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
Oranqebcbo, S. C, July lat 1873.
Notice is hereby given that I will be at
the following places on the days mentioned
to take Returns of Real and Personal Fro
petty. In the meantime, my Office at
Orangcburg will be open for the same pur
pose, till the _oth day of August 1878.
After which date a penalty of 60 per cent
will be added to the property of all delin
At Rranchville Monday and Tuesday 14th
and l?th of July. J. Hamp Folder's en
Monday Tuesday and Wednesday 21 si 224
and 23d of July. Rowe's Pump Saturday
20th of July.
Lewisville, Monday, Tuesday, and Wed
nesday 4th ?th and ?Ith of Augvst.
Fort Motte Thursday 7th ef August.
Col. Daniel Livingston s Mill, Monday
and Tuesday 11th and 12th ef August.
JAMES VAN TASSEL,
July 12 1873 \t
X\ sons having ?daims against the Estate
if L. Hayne Culler Ute of Orangcburg
County, deceased, are requires! to present
swore, statements thereof, and those indeb*
ted to the same will make payment ta,
J. W. CULLER,
Oiungcburg June 2! 1873 ot
Ei1 .'ay ? .1 m . >.
DR. C. K. TAB Kit.
LEWISFILLE, 8. C,
(ST. MATTHEWS 1?. O.,)
June 6 1873 tf
Bricfc&l- Iricki 1 I
THE UND FUSION ED RESPECTFULLY
Informs the pubUe that he 1?
pared te furnish BRICKS ia an/
All orders will meet piompt atteatiMhV
4. c. EDWASM.
jnne ? 1878 %f
//? Mtdieinra, QtnUty w of tht Firt4 h*m*r
E. J. OLIVEROS, M. D,
drugs, medicines, paints,
oils, varnish, non-explosivi ?
LAMPS, GARDEN seeds, *e., Jte.,
PRESCRITIONS prepared with ACCVst
ACY and FIDELITT, fot whioh purpese 6)
full and complete assortment ef PURE
CHEMICALS and genuine DRUGS v?! ??
constantly on hand.
Long experience?a succeasfol busia***
career of mere than eight years ia Orafege
hii rg. a good knowledge ef the 0KVO
MARKET at home and abroad, will afford a
sufficient guarantee that all geeds seta1 er
dispensed at my establishment ifill he
GENUINE and RELIABLE.
Appreciating the eaceess whieh ia tfc*
past has attended my efforts, I hate *e
termined to spare no paint t? merit a cen
tinattce of the patronage so liberally beat a w
E. J. OLEVEROS M. tf,
No 100 R?ssel Street Orangebsyg.
DR. A. C. DUKES'
ORANOUBUHG, 8. QH
FINE TOIL Ff tKIAfU,
PURE WINES end* LfffUO'R* for Msdierutfl
DYE-WOODS and DYtf-stwfs geWrall/.
A full Hue of TOrVACCOalrVTSE'G^ vRS.
Farmers and Fhyfie'farr* frora the C?u?try
will timl our Stock of Medieiaes Complete,
Warranted Cenuin? and of the Beet Quality.
Lot of fresh GARDEN SEEDS.
jan ? C tf
Do You Want
if rot' ir.?ST
W II KHK tOU'LL FIND
Any and Everything,
nor 1 tf
?jv') A Talunhlet InY?Bi?le>iaf^t>
AN FNTIRELT new
FOR domestic USE.
wira tas **w
Patent Button Hole Worker,
THE MOST simple and COMPACT 1st
THE MOST DURABLE AND ECONOMI
CAL 19 USE.
A MODEL OF COMBINED STRBN???
Complete in all its parts, aaee the Straight
Rye Painted Needle, Self Threading, direet,
upright Positive Motion, New Tension, Self
Feed and Cloth Guider. Operates by Wheel
and on a Table. Light Running). Sreeetfc
and noiseless like all geed high prised
machines. Has patent cheek to prevent tea*
wheel being turned tee wrong way. tJeee
the thread direct from the sped Make*
the Elastic Lock Stitch (finest and strenge??
stiteh known;) firm, datable, eleee aad
rapid. Will do all kinds of werk, an? aad
coarse, from Cambric te heavy cletk er
Leather, and uses all descriptions ?f thread.
The beet mechanical talent in Anw tarn
and Enron % ha* be** devoted te improving
and simpHlying our Maehines, eembiniag
only that which is practieabl?s and dis
pensing with all complicated surrounding*
generally found In other machine*.
Special terms and extra Inducement* t*
male and female ageats, store k?*??**, It*.,
who will establish agencies thraga ehe?
oountry and keep our aew machines ?n ex
hibition and sale. County rights give* t*
smart, agmtt free. Agent'* complete e*ataW
furnished without any eatr* ?Juefa.
Samples ef sewing, descriptive *ir*jala*?
oontaining terms, testimonials, engrevlag**
k*v, seat free .
Address, BROOKS 8EW1N0 MACMINJI
CO., No. 1;129 Broadway, N**>V?rk.
leb. 8 si