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?WP the fannrlcnrc Clear.
In ttnder age, bs wisdom's Rage,
Hold naught but vlrture dear,
When tlmo dispels the mist of youth
The conscience may be clear.
The feet that qniek to mischief rntt
Temptation's wiles ensnare,
Thea pondor well, the paths begun,
And keep the conscience elear.
Kf> vice that wenra deception's guise
m, ? With virtue can compare ;
Then seek the pearl ef greatest price
And keep the conscience elear.
The Saviour in his wisdom taught
To plaee no treasure here,
1 ' Beyond this world it profits naught-~
Then keep the conscience clear.
The miser's gold is werthfeee trssh?
And only current here,
It cannot bribe the hand sf death
19iw?0r keep the conscience clear.
The poorest wretch that toils in need
if filled with godly fear,
, Hath sources ef true wealth indeod
Beyond the millionaire.
He needs no transient guilty joys
m n, To shield him from dispair,
Hope springs immortal in his breast
And keeps hia cenclenee clear.
r. When age comes on with all its ills
And life is in the sere
Tie sweet te take a ret roe; eet
m And feel the esnseioncn clear.
' ; 2, ANDREW E. WOLFE.
M;rCe>ttoai samel Mrlng-ency.
? : _
^ .^be advance in cotton is a healthy
sign of the times. It shows the infln
of tbe great staple in restoring the
monetary condition of the country. It
was almost providential that tbe finan
cial crash did not occur a month or two
1 later. Had the cotton crop btcn
shipped and tbe crash come
with the drafts against it in the hand*
of the banks and cottoa houses through
out tbe South, this section would hare
' been ruined?absolutely ruined. There
would not have been a prominent bank
that m?uld have survived, and they
Weald have gene under before the de
pesitors ceuld have made a run upon
them. As it is, tbe North, with all its
wealth, will suffer more than the South,
because it hae ae such powerful reserve
the bring into the field. At this time
..there never kis any very considerable
amount of currency atneng a<; inasmuch
as the supply has been exhausted in
raising the crop and every interest is
looking forward te the harvest which
roust command its two hundred and
fifty millions of money under any cir
pumstanccs. There is, il is true, great
stringency in currency?-for any other
purpose thsn to bay cottoa.*
Those who have money are holding
for that.very purpose, and others who
fcevs drawn their deposits from the
banks are holding 'it back, while those
who receive it from any source are also
hiding it away against the crisis. IIu
msn nature is controlled by eelf interest,
and in auch (amergenciee becomes much
?ore selfish. than sensible. Every man
thinks that he must look out for himself,
runs to the bank, pulls out his money,
and buries it away in hie strong box or
trunk. There is no bank ia the country
that could stand a persistent run, because
the very nature of its business requires
that a large portion of its deposits should
be invested in seeurities which cannot
be realized upon ia a moment. The
national banks, too, are under the strict
eat United States law, sand may bs
thrown into the heads of a receiver at
any moment, in ease ef its violation.
AU theas incidents attend and increase
a panic, and the trouble to a community
like earn is that everybody gets scared
sad wants to de something, instead of
keeping quiet and cool. The whole
baaieeee of life is a system of reciprocal
relation and mutual dependence, and, in
seasons of financial trouble, the undis
turbed maintenance of this normal con
dition is mere essential than ever. The
? n?sa who tills the geund in this section
it the corn or stone of oar whale business
superstructure. He and the merchant,
and the bank, and the factor, and the
manufacturer, ace like the hands of a
clock?all moved by the same mach in
eiy and at the same time. Obstruct or
defeat the harmonious working of soy
or either of these component parts, sud
yew disturb the whole construction. To
make a run on a bank in which jou h?ve
placed year trust for years, at such a
tisae, Is to strike and Injure the faithful
friend Who served you ia difficulty. The
very- last hour in which to draw from
your hank, both ss a matter of good
sense and fsir dealing, it when the
country hi in trouble with e finaacial
psaiC. However, ia the South we can
not he hurt much, for we have the entire
crop ia ear bands?thank God !
The Abbeville Jsf*a7iontis to be issued
dxily daring the agricultural fair lu that
A contemporary says that "Stray
leaves from soon-coming orange? bios,
some flatter around in prophecy or we d,
dinge to be." Let 'o:a flnt. It's nono
of our funeral.
The editor of the Abbeville Medium
has advertised for that mother who took
her daughters with her in search of the
Patrons of Husbandry, although it is
not the mother ho wants.
Under the head of "deaths," the
Abbeville Medium hsa tho following:
Dr. J. W. Gurley, tbe veteran and
aueccsslul eye, ear and tooth doctor, loft
the city Monday, to be absent uutil the
1st of March n-xt.
Sunset Cox is noW said tabs "a far
mer in his sympathies." What he
don't know about "snti-weevil wheat" is
not worth knowing Ofcturse Samuel
is a farmer. He always makes hay
while the sun shines.
T?E OR ANGEBUR9 NEWS
AVGUSTUM B. KMOWLTOK,
It D I TO R.
PtaARCtAV A*r> Rrstxass Msssoxs.
OHIclal Paper of tho ?tat? and
of O^aiigebnrg Connty.
mgr rffK oKAsnKnrna xkwr iia*
A LARGER C1RCVI.atios THAN
AST other FA per l.\ Tilt co vs.
SATURDAY, OCT. II, 187.1.
*m*mnr*rmm*~ -..i.s. v. ..._.nsnoR
Owing to the pre-sure of* professional
engsgeuients in Court, the editor has
had no time to prepare tho new's local
column lor the (?re-enl week.
That duty ha? been ably and pleasantly
dieharged by Mr. J. Herman W.?hier,a
to whom the editor returns many thanks
for his timely and courte? a assistance.
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ES old I as Hack Mortgaged Cat*
tarn?la It lion cut 7
The prominent posit tow which Mr, D.
Wyatt Alken hold.? in the agriciltur.il
societies of the State entitles him to be
regarded as their representative, and
pives to his riews an importance which
they might m?t otherwise possess. S >
lone as he di?rotir*cs on topics connec
ted with the interest to which he has
devoted his labors, we confess osr igno
ranee and listen as to one speaking w iih
authority. b-.t when, exceeding those
limits, he lectures nu finance and promo
tes a code of morals for his constituents
wc sre at Iii? rty to question his ability,
and dispute his instruction, although we
never held a pi ugh or handled s
Wo do not propose t<i disci** Mr.
Aiken's peculiar views of finance as
expressod in liia Cokcsbury letter. We
would only suggest to hi n to inform
himself upon a subject before Us ventures
to write up'Vi it e?-.-r'f ? A-1. for tho eis
hardly a statement in his letter which :s
not an error; hardly a coudusi ?n which
Is not illr<>cirally d aan fn in his state
ments. We have nil lime to review
them all Let one example suffice.
Speaking of the circulation tsf the Na
tional Hanks he says it is I -gaily restrict
ted ' but "who ever exaniin -s to learn
whether they i*Mi- one hundred thou
sand dollar* or one ??million ?" Is it
possihlcih.it Mr. Aiken does not know
that every bill whieh a National Bank
iseue* i* furuishel to it fr un Washing
ton, is signed by the Treiaury officials
at Washington, and that the amount
of th,i.?e bills is rw^tiUtel by th - amount
of bonds deposited in the United States
Treasury by tho IJstik ? An I did it
never ooenr to Mr. Aiken that if his
statement was correct, and the issue of
bills was unrestricted that not one of
the suspension he complains of would
hare occured ? The hanks suspended
because they had no bills and could get
none. Mr. Aiken's statements and his
conclusions, like the famous Kilkenny
cats eat each other up.
It seems als-? to have entirely escaped
Mr. Aiken's attention that the moat
extensive and disastrous frnonoial revul
sions have oceured when there were no
national banks, when circulation was
based on gold and silvsr, and when there
was, practically, no limit to 1 he power ef
issuing bills. Hut, as wo sai l before,
the financial views of Mr. Aiken, how
ever original; do not interest ua, that
which docs excite in us a feeling of
alarm?snd he will paadoo us f?r saying
a feeling also of indignation?is the
new code of morals which he peeks to
instill into the planters of the State. It
is hot justice to Mr. Aiken to say that
acquit him of all iutcntionto do wrong;
but the errors ef even good men olteu
produce incalculable mischief. We are
willing to boTfeve that Mr. Aiken doss
not preeeive the logics I consequence of
his own teaching; hut, disguise it from
himself ??< be may, bis remedy for tho
evil begins snd eeds in sheer dishones
ty. If his instructions wero roduoed to
practice, the agricultural interest of the
State would bo irretrievably landed in
bankruptcy, moral and material* This
we do not state this too strongly let us
examine the Instruction. What is the
adriue, whioh Mr. Alken gives te the
planters? To bold tb?ir cotton,
Admirable advice if the planter wae
free of debt, and his cotton free pf lien,
but the planter ie indebted to the factor
for the very money which raised the
crop, and the factor is indebted to the
bank for the money loaned to the plan
tcr, and has put up, with the bank, his
collator ale to raise the money advanced.
The factor owes the bank and the plau
ter owes the factor, ?od has the cotton
to pay the debt. Now wbst is owiausoo. |
law snd common honesty ? Why, clear
1 v, that the pi niter should send his cot
ton forward to pay the debt when it be
comes due. V\ hat is the advioe which
Mr. Aiken gives? To hold it, end
"fo retiil the execution a/ "the lien by any
meant at hand." We give it in his own
words; for nothing less can render s >
shocking a proposition credible. The
factor, asking only that the planter
should perform what he has premised, is
according to Mr. Aiken, "a Shy "lock
who knows no one but hiaself," but th e
planter, according to Mr. Aiken, is to
be at liberty to bresk his promise.
Whom would the planter, in sueh case,
consider but himself? Does he not do
that very thing whieh Mr. Aikoa so
indignantly condemns iu Jay Cooke k.
Co.?suspend, "with their pockets
Moral laws arc general in their pplica
tion ; there ia nothing which exempts a
plsnter from their influence, or render*
that, innocent in him, which would be
culpable in a merchant. Yet Mr
Aiken a advise ia, that the planter, with
the means of payment in his hands,
should break his promise and "resist by
any means at hand"?which of course
means violence?"the execution of th*
lien." Faith is to be broken, the law
defied, violence resorted to. and the
whole frame work of soeiety, whieh rests
on Law and Justice, rent and shattered
as by a tempest, and for what 7 To
suable a planter to avoid the payment of
hin just debt. We hare too high a
respect for tke intelligence and charac
ter of the planters of this Slate to
believe it possible that they could bs
influenced by counsels so weak and
It is u little carious that Mr. Aiken
seems never to have considered that if
hie remedy was poasible, and was ap
plied the only result would be tirst to
ruin the factor and then the planter. The
factor would be protested b* the bank,
and his collaterals sold out; the planter
would eventually hare to pay his debt,
aod we fancy would Bud himself at a loss
to raise the advance for the next crop.
But it is a waste of time seriously to
criticise a remedy so utterly imprectic
able, which begins in bad faith, ends iu
violence, and enn have bat one result,
the utter ruin of every ono affected by
To the extent of his ability aod in
fl'-ence Mr. Aiken has made mischief.
Fie has endearorcd to nrrary one inter
est ar/ainst another, when s cordial un
ioo and harmony is essential to the pre
servation of each and the prosperity of
the State. At a critical period, when
confidence is needed, h* has sought to
sow distrust and excite suspicion. And
the means suggested are as objectionable
as the end. Wc are all mutually and
reciprocally dependent, sod are bound
to eaeh other for the observance of the
purest good faith. Whoever, by teach
iug or example, breaks down our rever
ence for honor and honefty, or tempts
us, however subtly, to evade the oblige
tiona they impose, merits ihe prompt re
b?ke of all who have at heart the char
acter and future of the State. We have
lest much, but we have not yet had to
blush for the loss.
All the evils of which Mr. Aikeo
complains arise from the planter's want
of espital. The true remedy, then, is
not to odd to the want of capital the
want of eredit, but, by punctoality and
economy, to increase both. Thus, in
truth, wrll the planter be independent;
free to hold or sell as judgment dictates.
It is the position he ought to occupy,
and which we hope he will soon reach,
for with his prosperity the interests of
all are indiasolubly connected ; but, to
be durable snd benficial, it must be the
result of his own honest efforts, and not
the fruit of injustice to others.?.Win ft
Wilkie Colli js wears spees, an d he
visits America for the purpose of making
Ao office was opeoad st Toby Creek,
Morion Cswoty, laat week, with W. II.
Carey a* postmaster .
In Nashville, Teno., there is s club of
rejected lovers, the members of which
are said to be the happiest fellows in
A eitisen of Laurens County offers a
bsle of cotton as a standing bid to any
first class circus that will visit that
A good article of whiskey is called
"Old Velvet," and the people delight
in olothiog their insides with it as with
Troy, N. Y., has a baby with foor
teeth in its nose. That ohild was e^t
out for ? reporter. Think of the amount
of notiog ?round a roan could do with
?noh ? flinty organ as that I
COUNTY OF ORANGEMRG
In Tiir. Court of General Sessions,
Fall Term, Oct. 10,1873.
To the lion. R. F. Graham :
The Grand Jury of tho County ro
speetfully present ; that ,
1. They ind all the Public Buildings
In good repair, and hare no recommen
dation to make on this subjoct, exc-pt
that tho pickets on tho Court House
fence should be secured by straps,
j 2. That all the County Offices to
which they got access arc well kept.
The Treasurer's Office was locked up,
and he and his Clerk both out of town,
but they find from th^ Offices of the
Ccuoty Commissioners and the .School
Commissioner, that he has neglected to
make the monthly returns required by
the 12th Sec. chap. 13 of the Revised
Statutes, ami the 6th Sue. of the Act
concerning School Funds. Many com
plaints were also made about his failing
to pay School Orders, because not in
funds. They investigated one ease to
ere if it was not mere clamor, and
found that the Treasurer in the single
return made to the School Commission
er, admits having, for tho Township of
Branchvillc $.pkM). On this the School
Commissioner snys he has countersigned
orders fur only $430.83, and he identi
fied as one of tho orders included in the
R43?J.83 one produced by Mr. E. T.
Smoke, who held it for collection, and
zsys it was presented aud di*houorcd ou
the plea oi no funds.
The Jury had their attention drawn
to tho fact that the County Commission
era had disallowed the charges of Trial
Jus'ices for more than one recognizance
in each case, snd the Couuty Commis
sioners desired an expression from the
Jury of their view. The .lury referred
the matter to the Special Solicitor, who
had been ordered by the Judge to assist
them. 41c advised them that there was
no law to restrict tho charge to one
recognizance in roch case, but in their
opinion there should be one, and they
desire to see some restriction enacted.
4. They lastly present that the Trial
Justices throughout this County nrc
very remiss in neglecting to enforce
what is commonly called tho Tuppor
Lew, ns they are required to do by the
16th Section of the 80lh chapter of the
WM. C. MOSS,
Diat> ? Fell asleep in the arms of Jean a,
on the sseraniitg of ike 7th inst nt Itowrs
1'ntnp, Mrs. FA NN IK E. MEYER*, the
beloved and affectionate mother of W. R.
Meyers and Mrs. Ann Bowumn, ngo
J^j aoae having claims aga>ie*t Joel KnoMs
late of Orangeburg County deceased, are
required I? present sworn stateinr-nle of
thorn, aad tho** indebted to the same will
make pay meat to
JOHN I?. KNOTTS,
Oct 11 ,!t
In accordance with the order of Hon.
Augustua B. ktnowiUti Probate Judge,
I will reit nt public outcry
for caah at Ornngeburg Court House
on Saturday the 1st, November nezt, three
Balee of Cotton of the Estate of Joel Knotts.
JOHN D. KNOTTS,
Oet 11 187J St
M?NS. BERG KR informs the Indies and
(Seiitlemeu of Orangefnlrg, that having
obtained a sufficient number of punils, he
will op?-n a Dancing School on the ltlth itint.
M?ns. R. is well known as the onlv profes
sional teachor in this fctnte ; his headquarter*
being in Charteston, and he can give the liest
references here and all over th* State. 11*
tenebes dancing in all its various branches,
without any exception.*. IVreon.t wishing to
join the class are requested to do so at the
first Los-ton. For particulars apply the 14th
i?*et, at Mftsner'n Hotel.
Oct. 9. lS7:t ' 34 2t
Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
On Sunday Evening September 'JRth.
One fine Grey Mare MI LE, about five years
eld, medium site, from my Plantation on
Any person giving information leading to
the recovery will be LIBERALLY RKWARD
ED ! :
Oet. 3rd 1873 3t
DR. THOMAS LEGARE,
ROPER AND CITY HOSPITAL
Offers his PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
to the community of Orangebnvg and to the
Publi* at larga.
Office hoars from 8 to 0 A. M., 1 to 2, and
7 to 9 at night.
Oftice, Market Street, over Store of Jno.
aug 16 3m
WHAT PLEAS KS THE LADIES
WHEELER A WILSON SKWINO MA
They *an be had by calling at Mrs. Olden
dorfTs Milhjrery Kstabliahment.
J. T. SIMMONS,
jnn* 18 -*? Orangeburg, S. 0.
ADMISSION ?Octs, Chil
dren under twelve half
GRAND TOURNAMENT, 2d DAT.
Rifle-Match 3d Day
DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES 4TII
DAY, COMMENCING 12 M.
FtTL.1, nil ASS BAND AND
For particulars apply to
W. F. BARTON, President.
F. H. W. BRIGGMANN.
L. R.' BECK WITH,
PAUL S FELDER,
7. L MOORER,
J. G. WA NN AM AK ER
rilllK CXOERSIONRD RESPT.CTPBLLT
Inform* the puMie lbs! lie is daw pre
pared te furnish UKICKS in anj quantity.
Alt order* will mert pi?*rs>pt attention.
J. C. EDWARDS,
june ft 1873 tf
Ry order of Probate Judge, I will con
tinue the sale of the sleek of goo-Is of the
Raiate *f Ihr Isle LAV. 'RENTE tf. CLARK,
deceased, after the custom of merchants,
until the thirteenth day of October next, st
the store An the Town of Lewisville. On
that day, and fretn dar to dar thereafter. I
will sell at public auction, all remaining
personalty ?f sahl E*ts>te, embracing mer
chandise, fouilnr*. horses and caber
chattlea, at fka scene place. Terms cash.
RttSA T. CLARK,
September 20 1873 St
\Tollce. The Copartnership
eiisting between W. P. CAIN and C
lZ HOOK, under the name of Cain ft Heek
is this day Dicoelved by mutual concent.
W. P. CAIN,
C. I. HOOK,
f.ewisfiflc, B.C., September, 1st, 1873.
The Business will he continued by the ?a
dersigned in his own name, who will als?
up close the business ef the old firm.
W. P. CAM.
sept 20 3
DR. C. B. TAKER,
LEW18VILLK, S. C,
(RT. MATTHEWS P. O.,)
jnae 6 1873 tf
The State of South Carolina.
In tiik Cot at or Probatk.
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTOS, Esq.,
Judge of Prebate in said County.
WIIEREAR, Ker.iah A. Ru?h hath ap
plied to me for Letters ef Administration
on the Estate of Itcnjnmin Rush, lale of
Ornugeburg County, deceased.
These are therefore te cite and admonish
all nnd singular the Kindred and Creditors
of the said deceased, to be and appear be
fore ase at a Court of Probate for the said
County, to be beiden at Orangebnrg em (be
lMlh dsy of October, 187.1, at lO o clock A.
M. to show cause if any, why the said Ad
ministration should not he granted,
(iiven under my hand and the Heal of my
Court, this 30lh day ef September Anno
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
[I. s.) Judge ef Probate O. C.
ocf 4 2i
DR. A. C. DUKES'
ORANGEBURG, S. C,
FINE TOILET SOAPS,
PUKE WISES and LIQUORS for Medicinal
DYK-WOOD8 and DYE-STUFFS generally.
A full line of TOBACCO and REO A RS.
Farmers and Physicians from (he Country
will find our Stock of Medicines Complete,
Warranted Oenaiae and of the Best Quality.
Lot of FRESH OARDEN SEEDS.
ian 11 c t
A DESIRABLE LOT in the Town *f
Orangeburg, containing ONE ACRE, with a
DWELLING, . KITCHEN, STABLE and
good Woll of Water. All the improve
Tho abovo place will ho aold CHEAP for
cash. Call soon and got a BAROA1N.
Apply to W. T. LIGHT FOOT,
*ug 28 ft
COUNTY OF ORANOKBITRO.
In the Common I'lvao.
The State?EiRelatione ) Bill
The Solicitor of the S? nth- V to Perpeinste
ern Circuit. j Testimony. '
Ft parte ) Application to prove
E. A. Thomas. / Lost Deed.
Application on oath having been made by
K. A. Thomas to prove tho past Existence,
Loss and Contents of a Deed dated tin 10
Jan., I860, from this applicant to Wni.
Frederick. It is ordered?
That all persons h aring like or opposite
interest in said Deed, whether residents ia
this State or out of it ; and who desire to do
so, shall appesr and cross examine the evi
dence produced ; and introduce evidence in
reply before me, ut my Office nt Oraugebnrg
on the 20lh day of Mrp!rmber next.
June 14th, 1873. Referee,
june 21 8m
Notice of Dismissal.
TSaTOTICE IS HERE BT GIT EN THAT ON K
J^j month frem date I will file my Fiaal
Account with the Honorable lug. B. Knowl
ton, Jndge of Probat? for Ornageburg
County, and ask for Letters of Dismissal as
Exeeulrix of Daniel Zeigler.
JAN K M. ZKIGLER.
Aug. 22d, 1878. Executrix.
ang 2* 4t
Save your Taxes!
OFFICE CO. SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
Obasjqebubu, C. H., 8. C,
Auguat Ut 1873.
F. R. MrKlNLAY,
County School Commissioner,
Orangeburg Co., S. C.
august 9 1873 St'
OFFICE CLERK Co., COM'RS,
OnAKOJtBVao Col stt,
OaaxasBoao, 8. C,
September !?, 1H73
OFFICIAL STATEMENT UNDER SECT. 2?,
A. A. 18?*.
I: Compensation Audited to Members o
present llonrd :
E. T. R. SnioaL. March 21.
187-1. 22 days attendance
on meetings.(*>'< OO
.'?7?> miles.2(1 mi
7 days superintendence Roada
and Bridge-.21 OO
284 miles.14 21 $130 00
John Kobinann, .lan'y 28,
187;t. in dajt attendance
on meetings.4S OO
2HO miles.14 UO
days superinteudance Roads
and Bridges. 0 OO
104 miles. 5 20 7C 2ti
John Knhinson, M?rch lO,
1873, 4 days attendance
on meetings.12 OO
112 miles. .*? ?O
2 days auperintendance roads
and bridges. f? OO
40 miles._ 2 (SO 25 00
John Itnbinsun. May lit, I87;t,
"> days attendance on
140 miles. 7 00
8 days superintendance roads
and bridges......24 OO
212 milea.10 "iO 50 CU
John Robinson, July 7, 1M7;I,
2 daye attendance on
meetings. 0 00
84 miles . 4 20
8 day a superialendanee roads
and bridges. 9 00
M milea.?. 3 80 25 <H>
Alexander Browa, \Jan'y t28,
1873, lt'> daya attendance
on meetings.48 00
4 days snperintendance roads
and bridges.12 00
120 miles. ti 00 ?1 00
Alexander Browa June 2,
1873, 5 days attendance
on meetings.1"> 00
2..0 milea.12 00
6 daya auperinteadance roada
and bridges.*8 00
12?i miles.?. fi 30 51 80
II. Da; s and mileage et Seaaiona of Board
to date :
Numter of day* Board has been in Ses
K. T. R. Smoak, number of milea (rav
elled for meetings, lib."
John Robinson, auinher of mile.) travelled
for meetings, Ht>8.
Alexander Brown, humber of milea trav
elled for meetings. 1550.
III. Accounts audited, but not verified,
Certified by me, tbm t? September 1873.
sept 27 1
OFFICE OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
OaANcxBrao, C, H., S.. C.
September 22rd 1873,
Sealed proposals will be received at this
Ofiee oa or before the 27th day of October
1873, for repairing Jones' Bridge over
North Ediato River. Al*o for th* repairing
of Howes' Bridge orer North Edisto Rivet
Tke repair* to be complete, and no decayed
Timber or Lumber to be Wied. For particu
lar* apply at this Office.
By order of the Board,
Clerk of Beard of County Commissioners.
Sep. 27 187? 4t
The EXERCISES of Mrs. NBUFFER'S
FREE SCHOOL, will bo reaamed en Wed
nesday, 0?tober 1st, 1871.
sept 27 1
Nunaa Strawberry Plants, 50 ets per TOO
for sal* by JEFFORDS A Co., of Chariest oa
Ordora left with Mr. J. S. Albergottl wilt
be attended te.
aug 23 1873 Im I
a-<state of John ltfckenf^k?ry
Jt^j?All parsons interested in t as said
Kit sis, art hsrsbj notified thai asa the 24t?
day of September. 1878, 1 will file say tnel
account in the Probate office ef Oreogebarg;
Coeur/,- a?d will ask for letters of dismiss
CLARK C. COOPBB,
Aefmt Est. John Itiekenbaker.
sog. ? 1*871 ?4
J, Wallace Cannon,
IS IIA PPT TO STATE TO HIS FRIES D?
and en *t ess eve tbat be ana just returned
frees Charleston, after having purchased ?
large steck mi,
WHICH HE WILL ?ELL AT YIRY COlT
prices fer cask. Also en kaad a fall steels of
LIQUORS, CI0AH8, TOBACCO,
At priees tbat canaet be snpsssed fer
eheapneas. All the abort goods sre fresh
Call soon and get barge iiS.
july 19tk 187* if
DR. PATRICK'S COTTON PRESS
The undersigned Agent fer Orangeborg
County begs leave to call the attention of
COTTON PLANTERS te the easae, and
would advise every one is need of av COT
TON PRESS to purchase a patent at enee.
For CHEAPNESS, SIMPLICITY, and
POWER, it has no equal.
Any one desirous of seting the "modus
>perandi" of said Pre<?s, can doso by calling
at the Store of J. W. Patrick A Co., Kussel 1
Street Orangehnrg C. IL, S. C, where a
model can be seen, or address Cspt. JslT
STOKES Oen'l Agent Midway S. C.
J. W. PATRICK, Agi.
Orangeburg County 8. C.
july 26 1873 tf
"b. j. ??TEROSrit d.g
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAIRTR.
OILS, VARNISH, NON-EXPLO*HFat
LAMPS, OARDBN SEEDS, as., Br.v
PRESCRITIONS prepared ??itb ACCSR
ACT and FIDELITY, fot which purpose s>
full and complete assortmtat of PURK
CHEMICALS and GENUINE DRUGS will be
constantly en band.
Long experience?a successful basil
career of mere than eight rears in Or
bnrg. a good knewleige sf the) DSM
MARKET at Lome and abroad, will aford a.
sufficient guarantee rh-tt all geads seid er
dispensed at my establishment will ha?
GENUINE and BKLIARLE.
Appreciating the success which in I her
past baa attended my efforts, I have de
termined te spare no paist to merit a cea
ttnanee of the patronage ae liseratly hasleow
E. J. 0LETP.RO8 M. D
No 100 Kussel Street Onangeberg;.
The reeesit decision* of the Soproaas
Court of tho United States have declare**
the HOMESTEAD ACTS? ef this Statesj|o
constitutional os tcdhotv evotraeted prev
ioua t* 184*.
The last amendment t* the Bankrupt law
gives te the debtor Ar acnes exemption of
real and personal property as wa* f iese? 00>
bin by the HOMESTEAD LAW.
The only way that UOMESTEAMoa* be>
secured is by tsebmg Ike benefit of the Bnsk
rupt Act. mt
Especial attention baa beea wad will b*
devoted to this branch of the law by
BROWSING A BROWNINGv
Atteeneyi at Law,
BwssillStreet, OVanrtberrg 8. ?.
may 24 St
fDO A Valuable Inreaalaa $5
AS PKTIRELT SEW
FOR DOMESTIC I BE.
?XLY FITE W91.UA
WITS Till saw
Pafoiit Button Hole Worker.
THE MOST SIMPLE AND COMPACT IB
THE MOST HURABLE AND EC050MI
CAI. IN USE.
A MODEL OP COMBINED STRENGT*
I AND BEAUTY.
Complete in all its parts, asei the Ktraigbl
Eye Pointed Needle, Self Threading, direst,
wpright Positive Motion, New Tension. Self
: Feed and Cloth Guider. Operatesby .W h*s*
and on a Table. Lijsht RnssasVsa*a*eXh>
?ad noiseless like all good high priced
machines. Has patent check H prevent tbo
wheel being turned the wrong way. - Uses
the thread direct from the spook Makes
the Elastie Lock Stitch ffl.I aafuOi mgoat
stitch known ;) Arm, durable, close and
rapid. Will do all kinds of werk, fine and:
coarse, from Cambric te hwvy Cloth en
Leather, and uses.all descriptions of thread.
The best meohani'eal talent isj America
and Europe, has been devoted to iaajarvvifc*
and simplifying our Machines, eaalatnlng
?nly that which is praoticbl*, and dis
pensing with all complicated surroundings
generally found in other asobiac*. t i
Special terms and extra inducement* to
mala and female agents, store keepers, Ac.,,
who will establish ageaoies through, tha
oouatry and keep ear bow ma* kins* en,***
UibUlon and aal*. County right* girea to.
?mart agents tree. Agent's complete outfits,
furnished without aay extra Oharas*.
Samples of sewing, descriptive circulars
contsining awaia, testimonials, engraving*,
Jte., sent free
Address. BROOKS 8EWING M ACHINE
CO., So. mi Broadway, New York.