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1 HE ORANGEBURG NEWS
tUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON,
KlKANCIAL AM) BUBIKKSS ilAt-Afil'.V.
fficittl Paper of the State and
of Orangeburg County.
r THE ORANOBBURG NEWS HAS
I LARGER CIRCULATION THAN
NY OTHER PAPER IN THE CO UN
TUliDAl, AUGUST 2, 1873.
*iy iu the namo of common bouse
? sotue of the weak-headed, mali
Democratic newspapers that are
ys crying "Oh, Caroliua, vale
."' at ouco bid good bye to Carolina
plain English and leave for some
where else I' They would bo happier
?out' the Ststo, and tho State would
'ter off without them.
? Timer say6, in reference to the
ition, "Who that looks on, aud is
iressed with tho degradation of
jtc man, must be lost to the least
jf honor or decency."
which the Times means, that white
degrado themselves by associating
cally with colored men.
auk God. there is at least one depth
? -gradation to which, neither the white
colored members of aoy Republican
? vention have, as yet desoeuded, and
.1. is, the nomination of a candidate,
her colored or white, who iu honor
decency, iu every thiug manly and
.ous, was not at least tho equal of
wjitcr in the Times.
- v !.???'- . .. -
\fter a short, but bharp and decisive
lpaign, Judge T. C. Andrews was
niimt'ed for the vacatit Scnntorship
Wednesday on tho first ballot,
/ivjng forty five out of the sixty-cigbt
v? es . fast, the remaining twenty three
? divided between four other candi
??"!.??.?*?? 'of whom the strongest. 91 r. F. R
'vinlay, received but fourteen voter.
Q ho ( ppesiti^n to Judge Audrews wah
?11 organized and was conducted spir
d)y. autl in earnest;. No point which
t!'*i i " ""??? ?tti * ?
Id possibly be made ngainst him was
looked.' Tho isfuo of oolor wa?
?.rely raised and vigorously urged by
opponents, both entsiae and in*ide
e (oDTCntiob. Bat in vain. His
cord as a Republican was without one
lot. > His services to- the P< rty were
uo well known. He had been tried
! penterlty and had never.been found
.ting. Tho poor colored man bard
> oi'tcn experienced his kindness to
him iu tbo eventful hour. And so
. a won ou his merits, aud on uothiug
Of the forty five votes iu his favor
? -eight were cast by colored men.
uevor was a more vigocov? oppo
touny .straight Republican, hi tkis
- nud there never was a more
congratulate Judgo Andrews
ily. We believe he will do honor
ic, County, to tbe party nnd to the
He is a Republi:an aud he will
* ? it that Republicans have their
IIa ia a property holder aud
tuko oaro-that there bo au end
taxes;. He it an honest man
will ace to*it that all men- have
. so fur, at least, se shall, be uv the
??it the next Senator from* Orange
mlflecnee? of Orangebnrg
Forty Yeava Ago.
heVlw ;v7t-' i. y i
-^ty years ngo a smnll collection ol
standing near the banks of the
'o, nnd surrounded on all sidua by
? 'V ?ubroken forest of pine avnd oak
'.a, was then known as Orange
v dingo. Small and modest indeed
t when compareed with tho present
. und enterprising Tow* of the-sume
Some fifteen or twenty private
ncrHj about two hundred inhabi
. V; ono or two publio buildings; u
' dozen stores; two churches, and
together witboo occasional black
aud cobbler shop r completed tbe
otal of Ordngoburg village.
. ong the oldest residente of those
rere Mr. WJnninghsro, the Clerk
?A' Court and Ordinary, as both ol
".Sees were combined in one at that
. .mnnucl I'ooser, the sheriff, Jacob
nbaker, tax eollcotor, Scagler,
kept the toll-gate out by the bridge
p '. iho F.disto, Sam. P. Jonen, Sanders
i 9w\ Jno M- Feldar * -,
Id those days Oiangcburg. as woll as
now, hat! her merchants, solid, whole
souled, persevering, practical moii, n'oo,
by tho "sweat of thoir brow," labored
to build up tboir trade in the place.
The most prominent among these were
Sylvester Beaoh, Sanders Glover,
Willliam Tootser, John Tyler and "Billy
Murrovr.'' Their stores were mostly
after the order of little country stores
iu general, dry-goods, groceries, ^cld
implements, country produce, fruits of
tl?c town and nf the garden placed pro
misruously together with mi t regard
to their effect in attracting custom, than
to neatness and order. Then too there
in the doorway stood the proprietor him
himself, wiih coat off and shirt-sleeve t
rolled up, ready to bignal out hi* friends
coming in from the country around
and ever ou the alert to strike a goo 1
One oi the most thorough go ahead,
wide awake of. tlie.se bu.siues.s- men was
Sylvester Beach. A few years before he
had come from New Kuglatid, and halt
jug at last in tho littlo Village of
Orangcburg, thoro ',:arted out as a
peddler of ttiukcts, clocks and other
wares. He had n quc.-r, old fashioned
carryall, with an uncii nt, solemn-faced
horac attached, and with these, in all
kinds of weather) he might be seen
driving over the country round about,
bargaining for the sale of hin wares.'
lie was sharp',quick wilted, persevering,
ready to drive a trade, and ue may be
supposed, succeeded well. A few years
of hard Work, and industry, self-denial,
and Sylvester had saved euougli to start
out in the store-keeping business. J'ur
chasing a "good lejk-out" in one corner
of Oruugcburg, ha settled dowu as a
lesido.iit merchant. Here his inn irk t
blc busiuoss tact did not desert him, and
as the years rolled on ho soon camo to
be recognized as one nf the wealthiest
and most influential men in the pi ice
At all hours' of the day the gonllcm in
ly, and obliging proprietor mi;_,iit be
luuud at his store, ready to wait upon
uia COflCtUCrs, among whom lie was a
jrcat favorite. jg~
Of Sanders Glover, the genial whole
suulcd, jovial gentleman, whcui evot^
body Ucw hut to like, any one living
in Orangcburg iu those days can tell.
Sunders was full of his jokes, and not
only ever ready to have lhc:u at other
lolktj' expense, but b >ro it qtrte u-niably
atid good humored ly when "the tables
ucrc turned" upo? Jiiu/aeff. One of
the most prominent traits ol .his rharac
tcr was Lis hi.bit' of ..snoring. ludcrd
conic hud gone no far rs t:> nutert tV tt
he was the greatest nn-rcr iu tho place,
und a wind mill was nothing to he com
pared with hiih. Numerous were tho
jokes nf 1 is expense that this gave rise
to. One of these we remember to have
heard. By sonic chance a number of
th.c glass iu the windows ?d' his sleeping
apartment became cracked, which some
waggish young fellows observing, went
and reported it ove? the Village tha: San
ders' suoring had developed itself to
sucfr an alarming extent as to shatter
the glass iu Ms windows. This, Sarr
dcrs hearing, he rcc ivrd it with the
utmost sung fcoid, declaring that if he
cracked the ^lass ho guessed he could buy
more, and wcut uu> r'&oring us hard ua?
-Juat- om ihe cornwr wTick Mr. ITar
P-yVstute is now, there stood one kept
by "Biljy Mnrrow." Like Samlets
ti love's, 4T5iily" ton, was a whole Buulod,
genial lUOn, brave, ipapttlwive and gcWor
otis to a fault. "Nr>twi krew bias Vu4
to love him, none 'named him but to
ptaitc." No ''false bahiuco" was ever
v.< a!t ou* by his hand \ indeed he would
sooner have robbed himself before
dealing unjustly with another. He wns
"Billy Murrow" to everybody. Kvoo
the little children, from hearing their
fathers repeat the name so often, had
grown familiar with it. No one scarce
ly ever thought of mistering him ".Mr
. Musrow"' was? sound bio ear had not
grown accustodmd tto-.
The prinew)?!' products of OVange.burg
in otiose miy was butter, chickens nmf
eggs. These would be brought into
market ih' queer-looking, little' vehicles?
oullcd earts quite in vogue at thut time,
us tiuggies and-tho latter style of Wag
ons were ?hen- totally unknown'. Thoio
carts consisted of an ill shnped plunk
body upon two shafts, the labter being
held up by a strip, of leather, or "buck
band" as it was called) sewed in a loop
ut euch end and which worked up iuto
an uncouth little saddle placed in tho
center of the horse's back. Upon this
the "old man" rode and guided "the
critter," wbiJe tho "old omun," ia white
I fly-bonnot and hugo cheek apron, sat
I within the curt to look after the things,
and "soo as none got busted." lav some
eases a littlo black jug would find it's
.way betwecu'tho coop of chickens and
.basket ef <3gga> which eludhg the
vigilant eyo of tho "old owmon," would
be taketi iuto one of the little doggeries/
which stood in the village, there to be
filled, and returned u gain when 'tlie
old 'uinan uun't a ha/cin." Reaching
the village their butter, eggs, etos would
bo takeiifflto tho stores and ther? trad
ed tl? for "irjtfou stuff'' spun j<\tq "ter
backer," a "frock for the gala," oto.
.Sometimes great, strapping, bare footed
youths would tvu?gc along by the side
of the cart with a guo on their ahouldor
going in to the place there t? purchase
powder and shot for the purpose of wa
ging war against the feathered tribe.
The public buildings iu Oraogeburg
in tho dnya of which wo are writing were,
very few indeed. Such u thing as a
towu hall, or a hall of uny other kind, was
altogether unknown. Tho old court
house of that time was a plain, modest,
unassuming, wooden building, two stories
in hcighth, tho first flour being devoted
to the sheriff's office, that of tho clerk of
court aud Ordinary and tax-collector.
One or two lawyers also had their
offices here. The court room and jury
room occupied th? second floor. The
room for holding court at that time was
about forty feet square, with bare floor,
unpaiuted walls, wooden beucRos for the
judgCB, etc. This building in after
years was altered and repaired, changed
to a private residence, and still stands
on tho same ?pot il formerly occupied.
Not very far from thi> was the jail, a
small, stroug building of hewn logs,
rough and uuprepoacssing iu Bfpearanoe,
but serving well the purpose for which
it was designed. About this time the
new court house, siucc destroyed, was
iu the course of erection and was soon
after finished, also the present jail. Tli s
last will si and for years to come
yet a living monument to the industry
mid perseverance of those who planned
it. Tho days 'ar holding court iu
yrangeburg thou was regarded as quite
a lively time, great crowds flocking
hither to atteud the sessions. But des
pite the influx of visitor?, and the
whiskey, which was pretty freely cir
culated, very few disturbances of any
kind occurred, which spoke well for the
pcuccublcucss of the inhabitants. ? ^?
Foremost among tho lawyers stool
Joo>. M. Felder, Thomas \Y. Qlover and
a Mr. Whitnioro. Of the. talents and
popularity of" John M. Felder bis elec
tion 8)ou after by tho people of his
native State to fill the position of Sena
tor from that District was sufficient
proof. In the Senate Chamber 08 well
a* iu the little court house at home his
voico rang out fe.irl.ssly id defence of
the causa of truth and ri0ht, and never
by word or deed did lio ever betray t!ic
confidence' of the people, who bad made
him their choice, but stood up boldly for
then), a representative of ffhom Orange
burg [miglil well be proud. Mr. Folder
was a lithe dark complexioue 1 mm,
with b'ack hair and whiskers, rather
below the medium height, somewhat
ne/vons and abstracted in manner, aud
inclined to be brusque in speech. In
the time' of which wo are writing he
might often1 be seen walking up and
down the principal Streets of tire village,
his hat pulled down over hw eyes,
deeply engaged in reflect mo1. Some
times he has been knoWn Iu pass by his
most intimate friends without recogni
tion, so dcooly would he be buried in
revrie. Then again throwing off this
preocupicd air, bo could bo as merry
and jovial us any, and bis doors wore
always hospitably thrown upon to guests
and numerous were the huppy hours
some of them spent at "Cob-Web Hall,"
as his resideneo was more familiarity
called. This appellation grew out of
bhe fact of its master's being a bachelor
for which Ivewaw taunted unmercifully by
u number of waggish fellows around tho
village, who declared his hou-e was
V ... I
literally covered inside with cobwebs for
the want of a "fair hand" to keep them
brushed away. 1'ut their jokes never)
had the desired effect "Cob Wob Hall"
renianucd without a mistress, its master
spending all his days iu ''singlo blessed
Th mas W. (Hover, though1 very 1
young at that time, was one of the most
I talented and rising young members of
j the bar. Indeed his eloquenoe was
tho thouio of every tongue. Sometimes
ho seemed inspired) and then judge, ju
ry, audience, forgot all else as they lis
tened chained, enraptured, to the
words of thunder which rolled from tho
lips of the youthful Demosthenes. Nor
did-bis after career, which gr?*w more
brilliant with titne, disappoint the hopos
and9 expectations of his young iiiunhood .
("to ItK coNTfNL'UD.}
0 B I TU AR Y,
Departed this Ufr, in- this County, July
2<>tb, 1"87B, Mr. ?. L. BOCHKfT, iu tho 44th
year of his age.
The subjeot of this notice wu? horn in
Suinter District-, 8. 0., but removed to this
County in l&f>3? The year following, he
united with the Antioch' Baptist Church', iu
whose fellowship and communion bo died.
Ilia sudden death has cast aoloud of
gloom over this entire community, and has
impressed overy mind with the solemn
truth, that, "in tho midst of life, we uro in
On Thursday in.health?on Friday sick?
The deceased was a good ciliicn, an
exemplary christiAn, a kind noighbor, and
a true friend to rich and poor. A bereaved
widow mourns tho loss of a loving husband,
and eight children are deprived of the care
'of a kind and indulgant father. But thoir
loss is his eternal gain. *
He died in the triumph of that faith
which he publicly professed nearly twenty
years ago. Earth has claimed tho body
heaven tj|? ransomed spirit.
fS^* ftumtar Afoul "-ill plea** np- and
lend bill tu thisofiiee,
? '-Ii-filJli II *.Ulli. II?...?
NOTICE?At tu? location of the Board
of Directors of tbo Orangcburg Agricultur
al and Mechanical Association, and by virtue
of a Dispenaation from M.\ W.\ Grand
Maater R. , 8. Bruns, I will proceed to lay
ibe Corner Btona of the Fair Building at
Orangeburg on .Saturday the 9th day of
August next, according to ancient Masonio
Tho- following regulations are promul
gated for the guidance of the craft.
1. Bio. W. V. IzW will act as Marshal
2. All afliliatod Mapter Masons in good
standing who desire 'to participate in the
ccromoniea will assemble in Regalia at the
Masonic Hall In Orangcburg, at 10 o'cloek
3. The procession will leave Masonic Hall
at 11 o'clock precisely, aud the exercises at
the Fair Grounds will begin at 12 o'cloek
4. An address will be dolivcrcd on the
occasion by Past Mastor Bro. Thomas W.
5. I urn invited to cxtaid to all participat
ing Urethren an invitation to the Pio-Niu of
the Orangeburg Agricultural Sooicty, at
the grove in front of the residence of Ca.pt.
J. C. Kowe, immediately after the exer
cises aro completed and tho Lo??o closes.
SJES F. IZLAlt,
' D.-. I).-. G.-. M.-.
nth Masonic Dist.
Eureka Chapter, No. 13, It. A. M.
The REGULAR CONVOCATION of the
above CHAPTER will be bed on Friday,
August Hlb 1873, at o'clock P. M.
By order of M. E. H. P.
THEODORE KOH N,
aup 2?tf * Secretory
Tlic Firm of WATT^? CROSSWELL has
dissolved. All debts due tho firm must be
paid, und all claims against the firm must
J. L. RAST,
august 2 487.*?. 3t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
To the Commissioners of Elections for
W'htrtnr lion. James L Jamison who at the
Genera! Election hei 1 in Octobir 187- f?rr
the Election district csCoriingcbnrj? County
to *erve tor ih?* term of four years, has since
said elect ion dercasc<l;- and;
Whrrrtf ibe CoiiotiltUion of 1I13 Stute of
South Cnrolina directs that in such ra-c a
? l it of election shall beHssned by the Presi
dent of the Senate fertile purpose of filling
the vucancy thus occasioned for the remain
der of the t'-rni for which the member sr?
deceased was tl Lofljjrrve.
\\..v tl. ??!'??: ?:' I ! -
hereby required after due advert is .-m nit and
with strict regard>c all tho Provisions of
the Constitution and lairs of said Slate
touching yoffr duly ift sifeh case to hold am
election for a member for the Senate for ihr
election district tiforesaid to serve for the
rctnSiudur of the term for which tho s.ud
lluu. Ji.nies L. Jamison was elected, the polls
to be opened si the various.polling pluo'es of
election in ?he .-aid district, ort Weduosday
the thirteenth day ?f August, A. I>. 187:5. by
the various Beta of MHfi:iger.'?f<M- Mn?ae plac.?:
and the collating of iho votes cast and the
declaration ol the re.-ult of the election to
be in aecordanee with the provision of Sec
tiotif 2 and 3 of Act of tfec Gencfltl AaSrntrhlj
rnutld "an net to amend an ait entitled, j
an iu'i providing for the General Electioua |
and the ora-mcr of conducting do same"
approved Hatch >Jlh, \yJ2 (page 181 A. A.
This writ together with m eert?fred> copy
of your return of the election held ander it
have bet?re the Senate at its next mecMiug
after the electiou.
Witness the signature, of the Hon. R.
Unwell Gtoaves President of the Senate at
Columbia this 25tBrd?* of July A. U. 1873.
R. H. lIOWRtlrGUEAVES,
President of Seuate.
J. WOODRUFF, Clerk of Senate,
july 26 1 873 3t
Office ol i OiiiMilMUtcrs ol" i:i< < -
STATE OF SOL f 11 CAROLINA.
ORANOBBt'aa C?>t ntv Obankbi uo K. C.
July 26th, 1873.
Notice is hereby given to the vetoes of
Or*ngeuui?gCotrnty that \tr pnrsnanoe of an.
act of the General Assembly approved March
I, 1870, entitled ???r not providing for the
general'elect ion and the munner of conduct
ing tho same amended by an? set approved1
March 12, I'Mr'i, an election will bo held in
the County of Orangcburg tit tho nmul
Polling precincts meationed below on Wed
nesday, the 13th day of August, for the fol
lowing State Legislative othec, to Wit: One
Senator to serve fo;' tbc' remainder of the
term for which the said Hon. Jamison was
elected, to w it :
All bar-rooms and di'inWng" saloons shall be
closcil on the day of election, and any per
son who shall sell any intoxicating drinka
ou the day of election, shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof,
shall bo fined in a sum not less than one
hundred dollars, or be imprironed not less
than one month, nor uioro than aix months.
The managers of Election at each Preciu
ct wil! be furnished with a box which shall
be publicly opened and inspected, to sec
that it is empty trtul secure, and then lock
ed, just as before the opening of the Polls,
by two or more dosinterested parties, and
the keys returned to the mannagers, and
shall not bo opened during the Election At
rite close of the Electiou the Managers and
Clerk shall immediately prooecd'publicly to
open the ballot bos. and count the ballots
therein, and continue such count count
without adjournment .or interruption until
the same is completed, and make such stato
mcnt of the result thereof, and sign thn same
as nature of the.Election shall require, if in
counting two or more like ballots shoul be
found folded together compactly, only one
shall be counted and the others destroyed,
but if they bear different names, the same
shall be destroyed and not counted. If
more ballots should ho found on opening tho
box than there are names on the poll-list,
all the ballots shall be returned to.the box,
and thoroughly mfxcoMogether, and one of
the Managers or the Clerk shall w ithout
seeing the ballots, draw therefrom and im
mediately destroy as many ballots as there
are ia excess of the number of namesmn
the poll list.
Rilhln ihre* davs thereafter the t'hnir
man or one of the munagcrs to be designa
ted in writing by the Hoard, shall deliver to
the Commissioners of Election the poll-list,
the boxes containing tho ballots, and writ
ten statement of tho result of the Election in
bis precinct. The Polls shall be opened at
6 o'clock in the forenoon and closed at 6
o'clock in the afternoon, on the said day of
Election, and shall bo kept open during
these hours without intermission or adjourn
ment, and the Managers shall administer to
each person offering to vote, an oath that
they are qualified to vote at this Election
according to the Constitution of this State,
ap.d that they have nut vutcd during this
In compliance with the above, the Polls
i will be npeued at the following places and
I the following persons are hoieby appointed
Managers of Election.
Aviugcrs'?Faton Norris, January Mc
Neel, 11. Richardson.
Lewisvillc?Dr. C. It. Tuber, F. M. Geno
rul, James Fcaroe.
Jamison's?L. R. Reek with, Faul Uovan,
Zeiglei's?I). II. H?debrand, Godfrey
Murpb, Isrucl McOowan.
Forte Motte?S. D. Goodwyn, J. G. Dun
can, Juke Stuart. *
Rrown's?J. 1). Jones, John Phillips,
Fogie s?D. R. Fogle, John VYannutnaker,
Adam R. Flood.
Hours or Four Hole's?W. S. Harton, W.
H. I.ojr?n, Andrew8. Avers.
Elliott's?F. M. Heuser, Daman Knight,
< tub House?T. K. Keller, A. C. Williams,
F. G. Williams.
Washington Seminary?'Hugo .Sheridan,
Holin Moss, Hilliurd Hanton.
Hoiikharts?Ilnrmau Hush, Wm. 7'aulling,
Ah ram Min/".
Cedar Grcre?S. T. Iilar, Allen Brown,
Oriffln's?Frederick Dontzlcr, Dr. Voght,
Knotts'?Jos. E. Knotts, Rufus Whetstone
Oranpelmrg?M. Alhrccht, Feter Walker,
Win. N*. Mount,
FaMerling's?C. C. McMillan, John Mitch
ell. I",. Forrest.
Cortettsville?O. J. Odem, Hobert Wash
Fehler'??A. F. Connor, Rev. TliOS. Phil
lip?, Henry Fhillips.
Branebville?P. W. Fairy, W. H. Reedish,
Edw ird Green.
? Rose's Pump?T. F. Barton, Vandy Bow
man, James Melvin.
Glenton's ? Hnrnett Livingston, Levin Ar
goe, Nero illooui.
Chairman C?m. Election,
july 'Jfi 8t
DR. PATRICK'S COTTON PRESS
The undersigned Agent for t)rangeburg
County heg? leave to call the attention of
COTTON PLANTERS to the same, and
would advise every one in need of a cot
TON PRESS f? purchase a patent at once.
For CHEAPNESS, SIMPLICITY, and
POWER, it has no equal.
Any one deoironi of peeing the "modus
operandi" rrf ?aid Press, can do so by calling
at the Store of .1. W. Patrick & Co . Itnssel I
Street Orangehnrg C. IL, 5*. C, where a
model ran he seen, or address,Capt. Jeff
?TOKEi? GenlAgent Midway S. ?'.
J. W. EATRICK. Afcf.
Ornngebarg. Cown'y S ? C.
july 2? IST.-? * If
IIcad Qnarlcra I n tori it*fMi&TI
run Pari* S. C<
uocftis state F.u:riTi*r.roM wrrEfc,
Columbia S. C. J.vTy tth tSlX
T. V. Aiitii'tc* JTxff.y Orangrtntrg 8. (\
Sir :? Von are hereby appointed Cbair
man of the Hcpublican Parly in and1 for tbe
County mi Orawgeburg to fill the raCaney
created by the deafh Of cur lamented friend
and fellow cili/.en Hon. Jnfries L. Jntrtigoft.
It is deemed by me un"rtec???Hary te* \?iy
Mpoi* ytrtt any particular injunctions as to'
your /fiYe of conduct, as your past and
jvfeKcft* Atwvding as a staunch and reliable
n if .1 Mil-.in, is to my mind sumccnt guaran
ty of your future course. Please accept
this as the ctidence of your authority, and
helivc me to he,
R. B ELLIOTT,
Pics't Executive Com.
tJ. R. Stale of S. C.
july 19th 1878' ft
J. Wallace Cannon,
LS HAPPY TO STATE l*r HIS FRI?-ND8
und castoaters fhrnt fre Was just retnrned
from Chnrlvston, after having purchased a
large stock of,
WHICH HE WILL SELL AT YEfST LOW
prices for cash. Also on band a full stock of
LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, .
At prices fhwf cannot be supsssed for
cheapness. All. tho above goods are fresh
Call soon and get bergs ins.
july 19th 1H73 tf
MATE OF SOUTH CA HO
IN THE COMMON PI.EA8.
MICHA KL MARCUS, Plaintiff.
PAULINE MARCUS, Defendant.
To PAULINE M ARCUS, Defendant in this
You aro hereby summoned to answer the
complaint in this acticn, which will bo filed
in the office of the Clerk of the Court ef
Couunou Plena for tho said County, and to
serve a copy of your answer on the subscri
ber at Orangeburg C. H., South Carolina
within tweuty daya after the service of thia
summons, exclusive of the day ef service.
If you fail to answer this complaint within
the time herein specified, the Plaintiff will
apply to tho Court for the relief demanded
in tho complaiut.
AUG. B. KNOW ETON,
Orangeburg, C. II., S. C.
To Pauline >Iarcus, tho defendant above
named. Take notice that the summons and
complaint herein wer? filed in the office of
the Clerk of the Courts of Common Pleas
and General Sessions of Orangeburg Caanty
aforesaid on the Uotbday of July, 187.i.
AUO. B. KNOWLTON,
tub 2C 187.?. gl
By virtue of Sundry Executions to mo di
? rected, I will sell to the highest bidder, at
Oranceburg 0. II., on the FIRST MON
DAY In August next, FOR CASH, all the
Bight, Title and Intercut of the Defend
ants in the following Property, Tis:
All that tract of land in Orangeburg Coun
ty, containing 18? acres more or less,
bonnded by lands of Samuel T. Ixlar, James
F. l/lar, M. F. Antley and if. J. Autley.
Levied on c,i the property of Abraham Ant
ley at the mi it of D. Louis,
1. One tract of land in said County con
taining 1031 acres utore or less, swampland,
bounded by lamia of At.ram K. Shuler,
George Shuler, Ham'l B. Shule-, Frederick
Cairn and Joshua Huff.
2. One tract containing 1031 acres more
or less, swamp land, bounded by lunds of
W. llutto, J. R. Moorer, Joseph Howell,
Sam'l B. Slmlor and the Charleston and
Orangcburg Ceunty line.
3. And one other tract containing 1031
? ??< more or less, swamp land, bounded by
lands of Sands of Ham'l B. Shuler, Joseph
L. Shuler, A. Ruth's grant, Joseph Howell
and Abrara E. "Shuler, Levied on as the
property of Charles S Bull at tho auil of
Wm. M. Boid & Co., and others.
At the risk of former purchasers, a lot of
merchandize. Levied on as the property of
Win Bold Clark, at the suit of Peak, Opdyke
& Co., and others,
Sheriff's Offce, ) I*. I. CAIN,
Orangcburg C. H. S. C, [ 8. O. 0
July 19th, 1873. J
july 19 td
THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
COUNTY OF .OHANGKHUKO.
In the Common PleacL
The State?ExRclatione \ Bill
The Solicitor of the Siuth- > to Perpetuate
cm Circuit. J Testimony^
F.r parle *> Application \V prove
E. A. Thomos. / Loci Deed.
Application on oath having been made by
K. A. Thomas to prove the past Existence,
Loss and Contents of a Deed dated the In
Jan., 18"?0, from this applicant to Win.
Frederiek. It is ordered?
That nil persons having like or opposite
interest in said Deed, whether residente in
this Slate or out of it; and who desire to do
so, shall appeir and cross examine the evi
dence produced ; and introduce evidence in
reply before sie< at my ?ftrer at Orangebnrg
ou the '20th day of September next.
GEO. BO LI YE B,
June 1 Uli. 1873. Referee,
june 21 3m
Notice is hereby given that from on and
after TUESDAY, the FIRST DAY 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 ibis County. Tax
payers sre requested to have a Correct List
of the different Classes of Lands *a follows .
Number of Veres of flanting Lnrnd.
Number ofKUr^s^of Meadow and Pas
Number of Acres ef Wend Lind.
And Number of Building*.
Each Tract of Land must h? returned
separate in the Township where it lie*,
ared at the same time (hey will nV.ikc tfte\t
Return of Personal Property, Moneys and
Tsx-p?yeta arc urgently reqnestcfl to be
PROMPT in MAKING their RETURNS' Sfs
the Law requires me to add a Penalty of
00 ?er cent, to the Reel und Personal Pro-'
pcrty of Delinquents, which in EVERY
INSTANCE WILL BE BONE.
JAS. Van TASSEL.
jtrne 2? HI
WHAT PLEASES THE LADIES
WHEELER & WILSON SEWING MA- .
m They can fre ksd by calling at Mrs. OMen
dorff s Millerery Establishment.
J. T. SIMMONS,
june 28- -3dv Omngebftfg, j*. ?
TESTATE rVsm teK.?All Per
J 'j aoos having demand* sgainst the Es
tate of fhe late John B. Millions, deceased,
are requested tf present the sane, properly
attested, to the tmdersigwerf; aftsv atlr per
sons indebted to aaid Batate are requested
to mal? immediate payment to*
R. BEN80N TARRANTV m
? T. O^ Grahams T. 0...8. Ca.
jime 28- In
The State of Sotttfe CafolinaC.
In tiir Court of Probatk.
By AU< ?TU8 B. JvNOWLTON, Esq.,
Jftdge of Prc*?te In safd Ceunty.
WHEREAS, Bertnel Jacobson- hath ap
plied to me for Letters of Administration
' on the Estate of James L. Jamison, late of
Orangebnrg County, deceased.
These are therefore to oite and admoniab
all and singular the Kindred and Creditors
of the aaid deceased1, to be and' appear be
fore me at a Court of Probate for the said
County, te be holden at Orangeburg.on the
2d day of August, 1873, at 10 o'clock A.
M. to show cause if any, why the said Ad
ministration should not be granted.
Given under my baud ana the Seal of my
Court, this 17th day of July A. D. 1873,
and in the ninety-seventh year of American
AUG B. KNOWLTON,
[L.S.I Judge of Probate O. C.
july 19 2t
A BARGAIN t
FORTY HORSE POWER, and every thin g
COMPLETE with good Relting. Toe above
Mill and Machinery have been ran about
three years. The above Is offered LOW
DOWN and on terms to suit purchasers.
juat5 1878 tf
A PINE LOT. Far Sole Cheap by,
TH %r? c. ANonr.wv.
juna T tf
DK. C. B. TA BKA.
LEWISVILLB, 8. C,
(ST. MATTBEVT8 P. O.,) ^
June 6 1878 tf
Bricks! Bricks i!
THE UNDKK8IGNKD RE8PKCTFULL Y
Iiiturinx th? publio that he ia now pre
pared te furnish BRICKS ia any quamit y.
All Orders will meet prompt attention.
.1. C. EDWARDS.
Job? 6 1873 if
In Medicines, Quality U i} the Tirtl Iwiff
E. J. OUVEROS, M.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS', VARNISH, NON-EXPLOSIVE*
LAMPS, GARDEN SEEDS, As., Je?.,
PBRSCRITIONS prepared with ACCUR
ACY and FIDELITY, fuf which purpose *
full and complete assortment of PURE
CHEMICALS and GENUINE DRUGS wUl bo
constant!/ on band.
Long experience?a successful business
career of more than eight /ears In Orange- '
burg, a good knowledge ef. &* DRUG
MARKET at home and abroad, will afford a
sufficient guarantee that all goods sold,*?
dispensed at my establishment will bo
GENUINE and RELIABLE.
Appreciating tb? sueoesa which Hi the
past haa attended my efforts, t Itafe d?
termined to spar* no pains i? merit a con-'
tinance of the patronage so liberally bestow
E. J. OLEVKROS M. D.
No 100 Ruaset Street Oraftgiiofg.
DR. A, C. DUKES'
ORANG?B?KG, 8. CM
t? > , AND OILS',
rlrT* foiutf gCi.iM,
PURE WINES and LIQUORS for Me Heina!
DYE-WOODS Xttd <ftE^Sf UPF* tfOVeraliy.
A full lino of TOBACCC and 5EOAR4.
Farmers *?d Physicians fyonr tk* Cevctry
will bad our Slock of Madicrsw* Complete,
Warranted Sontnne ami of tW Rrst Quality.
Lot erf FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
jaw I! c tf
Do Yon Want
i? rOC* tVANT
ttrlEHE tOU'LL FINl>
Any and Everything.
?0? 2* ft
AS PNTIREI/T. NEW
FOR B*DWBS*rC USB. . ,
ONLY VtlEr DOLtAM^
WITH TRI KBW
Patent Button Hole Worker.
THE MOST SIMPLE AND COKPa'CT Iff
THE MOST DURABLE AND ECONOMI
CAL IN USE.
A MODEL OF COMBINED STRENGTE
Complete in all its parts, uses th? Straight
Eye Pointed Needle, Self Threading, diroot,
upright Positiv? Motion, New Tension, 8?lf
Feed and Cloth Guides-. Operates by Wheel
and en a Table. Light Running, 8m???a\
and noiseless like all good high priced
machines. Has patent cheek to prevent tk%
wheel being turned the wrong w?*y. Us?e
the thread direct from the spool. Makes
the Elastic Leek Stiieh (Soest and etrongcot
stitch known ;) Arm, durable, cloee and
rapid. Will , do all kinds Of week, tee sad
eoarae, from Cambric to heavy Cloth ee
Leather, and uses all descriptions of thread. .
The best mechanical talent in Aa??rt4%
and Europe, h*? been do to tod to improving
and simplifying our Machines, combining
only that which is practicable, and dja>
penning with all complicated surrounding
generally found in other machines.
Special term* and eatra indue cmsats to>
male and female agents, store\?ep?rs, kc.K
who will - establish agencies through, thjb
oountry and keep our now machines an ex
hibition and sale. County rights given to.
?mart agents free. Agent's eompleto entfos
furnished without any extra ?hargos
Samples of sewing, descriptive circular*
containing terms, t'stimoniawK eWgravl?4?,'
&c., sent free.
Address, brooks SEWING MA'HIV?
1 CO., So. irj?> Broadway, New Y*rk.
fee v *y