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?f3?B? th? Conscience Cletsr.
MM> ? ? m
In tender age, be wisdom's gngf,
Hold naught but vlrtore dear,
When tine dispels the mist of /on tit
The coaseienee may be elear.
The feet that qalek te mUehlef ratt
Temptation's wilts ensnare,
Then ponder well, the paths begun,
And keep the evnseloaee elear.
Ko rice that wears deception's guise
With virtue can oemposro;
Then serk the pearl ef greatest priee
And kc?r the coaseienee elear.
the Saviour in hie wisdom taught
'"O Qfc place no treeenre here,
Beyond this world it profits naught
Ther. fcvsp the coaseienee clear.
raiser's geld le worthless trssh?
And only entreat here,
It cannot bribe th* hand ef death
n>lM|^^?sep fhe oeaacieneo clear.
The poorest wretch that toils in neod
boat. If tiled with godly fear,
,?;, Beth aources of true wealth indeed
Beyonu the millionaire.
1 He needs no transient guilty Joys
? a*: To shield htm Trent dlspair,
, ? Hope springs iarmortal in his broaat
m A liw*?* *** eeneieaee elear.
tsdWkwa age eemes en with ell its ills
)\ fti,A?d life is in the i
r i|Tif sweet te take a ret reef eet
: ? And feel the eeaesioace elear.
ANDREW E. W?LPE.
?'i'KCwdiWni ssseel tasO f?*rtmgcncy.
advanee in cotton is a healthy
. 1eoWof tho times). It shows the lnflo
* once of the great staple Id restoring the
tary condition of thn country. It
'moot providential tust the fi nan
crash die! not occur a month or two
Had the sett on crop bten
aud the) crash come
the drafts sgeinst it in the hands
; of the banks and cottoo hosses through
?V'fne South, this awetioa would have
ruined?absolutely mined. There
would not hare been u prominent bank
that could have survived, and they
would have gone under before) the de
pesitora could have msd* a ran upon
them. ?s it is, the North, with all its
wealth, will suffer more than the South,
Mob^s* ft haa no auch powerful reserve
an bring into the field. At this time
sjthove never Bia any vary oonaiderablc
?mo?at of currency among c~ inasmuch
aa the supply haa boon exhausted in
raising tho crop and every interest is
Jookinr; forward la the harvest which
^ettjt command its two hundred and
fifty millions of money nader any eir
eumstaneca. Thera to, il is true, great
stringency ia currency?for any other
njrnose than to buy cott**.*
Those who have nsoney are holding
for' that very purpoee, and others who
tma* drawn their depaeUs from the
basks are holding 'it bsck, while those
who receive it from any source are also
hiding it away against the oratio. IIu
man nature ia controlled by aalf interest,
ssnjjl in each f*ea*rgwBjCBee baeomes much
aaorc selfish, than sonelhle. Everyman
thinks that ho murtloek out for himeelf,
run* to the bank, pulls ant his money,
assd', buries it away in Ria strong boa or
rrwnk: There is no bank in the country
that could stand a persistent ran, because
the very nature of its business require*
that a targe portion of its deposits should
ks? fovostcd in oeourities whieh cannot
bo realised upon in n moment. The
session a! banks, too, ana under tko strict
est raited States law, aad may bo
thrown lata tho haads of a receiver at
any tnomeat^ in oase of its violation.
AI thane incident* attend and increase
? aamic, aad the trouble ia a community
liko ears affthet everybody gets scared
?sad want* to do something, instead of
keeping qniet and coo*. Tho whole
fcoatamas of life is a system of reciprocal
relation snd mot aad dependence, and, ia
seasons of ?nnaoial trouble, th* undis
torbed maintenance of this normal ooo
awtloa io more essential than aver. Tho
?men who tills tha gonad ia this seetiou
in the corner stone of our whole busiacss
eepcrstructure. He aad the merchant,
and the baak, and tha factor, and the
manufacturer, are like tha hands of a
clock?all moved by the saue machia
any aad at the same time. Obstruct or
defeat tha harmonious working of any
?f either of these component parts, aud
yew dietdrb the whole eonstrnotion. To
aaako a run on a bank in which you hsve
placod year trust for years, at such a
time, U fa strike and Injure tko faithful
friend who served yon ia difficulty. The
very hmi hour io whieh to draw from
yon* hank, both aa a matter of good
to boo aud fair dealing, to wuea the
country ia ia trouble with e financial
panic. However, in the Sooth we can
not be hurt much, for we have the entire
crop- in ear hands?thaak Oed 1
Th* Abbeville jsrV<f7?m-ie to be issued
daily during the agricultural fair la that
A contemporary says that BBiray
leave* from toon-comiog orange?, felo*,
ooma flatter around in prophesy or wa d,
ding* to be," Lot 'eta flat. It* uono
of eur 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 ia
not the mother he wants.
Under the head of "deaths," the
Abberill? Medium has the following:
Dr. J. W. Gurley, the reUran and
sueccsslul eje, ear and tooth doctor, left
the city Monday, to be absent uutil the
let of March n*xt.
Sunset Cox if now said to be "a ?ar
mer in bis sympathies." What he
don't know about "anti-weevil wheat" is
not worth knowing Of eturoe Samuel
is a farmer. II? slways makes hay
white the sun shines.
THE OR^KBUBS NEWS
AUG VST V? II. K?OWLTOM,
FlSASeiAt. amd BcStHBSS MsBSSBB.
OKctal ruper of taa State and
af Oranjrraaarg Connly.
tmr TtiK orangbrcrg xkwr itas
a larger circulation than
ast other pap mr ix tbk co vn
SATO DAY, OCT.ll, 1873.
Owing to the pre-sure of professional
engagements in Cuurt, the editor has
hsd no time to prepare th? news local
column for the re-enl week.
That duty has been ably and pleasantly
dicharged by Mr. J. Herman W.thlcr.s
to wlmm the editor returus many thank*
for his timely and courtctu assistance.
Hals] I as Hnclt Morl ff a get! t'ot
laa?lalt iloncat T
The prominent position whioh Mr. D .
Wratt Aikcn hnlda in the agricultural
societies of the State entitles him tobe
regarded as their representative, and
gives to hie views an importance which
they might not otherwise possess. S >
long aa he d|?e>oor*ea on topics connec
ted with the interest to which he has
devoted his lahors. we confeas n?r ig no
ranee and listen aa to one speaking with
authority, bit when, exceeding those
limits, he lectures an finance and proau
gee a code of morals for his constituents
we are at liberty to question his ability,
and dispute his instruction, although we
never held a pi ugh or handled a
We do not prr.pr.i? |.i disc its Mr.
Aiken's peculiar views of finance a?
expressed in his Cokcabury letter. We
would only suggest tu him to inform
himself npon a subject before he ventures
to write un-vi it ^.-i'V //1!. for th* ? U
hardly a statement in It's lelt?r which s
not an error, hardly a condusi?n which
is not illrogically d ana fr?.?* his state
ments. We hate nit time to rericW
thea all hot one example nlle*.
Speaking of the circulation of the Na
tional Danks he says it .is I'gaily rest net
ted, "but "who ever examin s Co mam
whether thoy issa- one hundred thou
sand dollars ur one "million ?" Is it
passible that Mr. Aikcn does not know
that ?v?ry bill whioh a National Bank
isMie* is furnished to it firm* Washing
ton, is signed by the Treasury officials
at Washington, sad that the amount
of these bills is rw^aUtol by th - amount
of bonds deposited* in the Utited States
Treasury by the Ifenmf An I did it
never occur to Mr. Aikea that if His
statement aas correct, and the isvue of
bills was unrestricted that not one of
the suspension he complains of would
haro occured? The banks suspended
because thsy had no kills and could get
none. Mr. Aiken's statements and his
conclusive!, like the famous Kilkenny
cats cat each other np.
It seems als-? to Kar? entirely escaped
Mr. Aiksn'sattentioa that the most
extensive and disastrous Gfnaneial revul
sions hare occured when there were no
national banks, when ..circulation was
based on gold and silver, and when there
was, practically, no limit to the pewcr ef
issuing bill*. Hut, as we said befwro,
the financial riews of Mr. Aiken, how
ever original; do not interest us, that
which does excite in a i feeling of
alarm?and hs will paadoo us for sayicfr
a feeling also of indignation?is lite
new ends of morals which he peeks to
instill into the planters ef ths State. It
is but justiee to Mr. Aikcn to nay that
acquit aim of all intention to do Wrong;
but the errors ef ?reo good) men often
produce iooalcnlable mischief. Wo are
willing to believe that Mr. Aikea does
not pieeeirs th* logical consequence of
his own teaching; hut, diaguise it from
himself as he may, his remedy fer .tho
eril begins and ends in sheer dishons*
ty. If his instructions were reduced to
practice, the agricultural interest of the
State would be irretrievably landed in
bankruptcy, moral and material* This
we do not state this too strongly let ?j
examine the Instruction. What is th*
ad rice, whioh Mr. Alke* given to tho
planters? To hold, their cotton.
Admirable adrioo if th* planter was
froe of debt, and hi* cotton free of 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
tor, and has put up, with the bunk, hie
collaterals to raise the money advanced.
The factor owes the hunk and the plan*
tor owes the factor, nod has the cotton
to pay the debt. Now what is common
law and common honesty ? Why, clear
ly, that the pi inter ahew^i send his cot
tor, forward to pay the debt when it be
comes due. Y\ hat ia the advice which
Mr. Aikeo gives? To hold it, snd
"fo ratal the execution ofilt\e lien by any
meant at hand." 'We giro it in his awn
word*; for nothing leas can render sj
shocking a proposition credible. The
factor, asking only that the planter
should perform what he has promised, is
according to Mr. Aikeo, "a Shy "look
who knows no one but hiaself," but th e
planter, according to Mr. Aiken, is to
be et liberty to break his promise.
Whom would the planter, in sneh case,
consider but himselff Does he not do
that eery thing which Mr. Aiken so
indignantly condemns in Jay Cooke &
Co.?suspend, "with their poiLsts
Moral laws arc general in their pplica
tiou ; there is nothing which exempts a
planter from their influence, or renders
that, innocent in him, which would be
culpable in a merchant. Yet Mr
Aiken a advice is, 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
meane violence?"the execution of the
lien/' Faith is to be broken, the law
defied, violence resorted to, and the
I whole framework of society, which rests
on Law *nd Justice, rent and shattered
as by a tempest, and for what 7 To
enable a planter to avoid the payment of
' is just debt. We have too high a
respect for the intelligence and charac
ter of the planten ef this State to
believe it possible that they couid be
influenced by counsels so weak and
It is a little carious that Mr. Aiken
seems never to have considered that if
hit remedy wss possible, and was ap
plied, the only result would be first to
rnin the factor and then the planter. The
factor would be protested b* the bank,
and his collaterals sold out j the planter ,
w?uld eventually have to pay his debt,
and we fancy would find himself at a loea j
to raise the advance for the next crop. |
Bot it ie a waste of time seriously to
criticise a remedy so utterly impractic
able, which begins ia bed faith, end* in
tiolowce, and oan have hat one result,
the utter ruin of every ooo affected by
To the extent of his ability and in
fl- ence Mr. Aiken has made mischief.
He has endeavored to arrary one inter
eat apainst another, when a cordial un
ion and harmony is essential to the pre
servation of each and the prosperity of
the State. At a critical period, when
confidence is needed, he has sought to
sow distrust and excite suspicioa. And
the means suggested are as objectionable
aa the end. We are all mutually and
reciprocally dependent, end arc bound
to each other for the observance of the
purest good faith. Whoever, by, teach
ing or example, breaks down our rever
ence for honor and honesty, or tempts
ns, however subtly, to evade the oblige
tions they impose, merits the prompt re
bnke of all who have at heart the char
acter and future of the State. We have
lost much, but we have not yet had to
blush for the lasa.
All the evils of which Mr. Aiken
complains arise from the planter's want
of capital. The true remedy, theo, is
not to ndd to the want of capital the
Want of credit, but, by punctuality and
economy, to increase both. Thus, in
truth, will the planter be independent;
free to hold or sell as judgment dictates.
It is the position he ought to occupy,
and which we hope ho will soon reach,
for with his prosperity the interests of
all are indissolubly connected j but, to
be durable and benficial, it must be the
result of his own honest efforts, and not
the fruit of injustice to others?-Wio &
Wtlkie Collide wears specs, an d he
vieik? America for the purpose ef making
An sties was opeood at Toby Crock,
Morion Cecnty, last week, with W. H.
Carey aa poalssoetcr.
]n Neahvi??, Tenn., there ie a club of
rejected lovers, the members of which
are said to* to the happiest fellows in
A citiaen of Laurens County offers a
bale of cotton as n standing hid to any
first class circus that will visit that
A good article of whiskey is eel led
"Old Velvet," and the people delight
in olothing their ineides with it as with
Troy, N. Y., baa a baby with four
teeth ia its noae. That child wee 9L%
out for a rep" Think of the amount
of noting arouav. a man could da with
euch a flinty organ aa that 1
The Staate of Soath Carolina,
COUNTY OP ORANGEBURO
In the Couet or General Sessions,
Fall Term, Oct. 10,1873.
To the Hon. R. F. Graham :
The Grand Jury of she County re
spectfully present ; thai ,
1. They find all the Public Buildings
in good repair, and hare no recommen
dation to make on this subject, exempt
that the pickets on the Court Heuse
fence should be secured by straps.
2. That all the County Offices to
whioh they got access arc well kept.
The Treasurers Office was locked up,
and be and bis Clerk both out of town,
but they find front tha Offices of the
County Commissioners snd the School
Commissioner, that he has neglected to
make the monthly returns required by
the 12?h Sec. chsp. 13 of the Kcvissd
Statute?, snd the 6th Sec. of the Act
concerning School Fundc. Many com
plaints were also made about his failing
to pay School Orders, because not in
funds. They investigated one esie to
see if it wss not mere clamor, and
found that the Treasurer in tho siuglc
return made to the School Commission
er, admits having, fur the Township of
BranchvHIe 9530. On this the School
Commissioner snys he has countersignrd
orders for only 8-139.83, and he identi
fied as ons of the orders included in the
?439.83 ono produced by Mr. B. T.
Smoke, who held it for collection, and
says it was presented and dishonored on
th* plea of no funds.
The Jury had their attention drawn
to the fact that the County Commission
ers had disallowed the chsrges of Trial
Justices for more than one recognizance
in each case, and the County Commis
sioners desired an expression from the
Jury of their view. The Jury referred
the matter to the Special Solicitor, who
had been ordered by the Judge to assist
them. He sdvised them tbat there was
no law to restrict the charge to one
recognizance is each ease, but in their
opinion there should be one, and they
desire to see some restriction enacted.
4. Tbcy lastly present that the Trial
Justices throughout this County nre
Tory remiss in neglecting to enforce
what is commonly called tho Tuppor
' Law, as they are required to do by the
16th Section of the 80th chapter of the
WM. C. MOSS,
OB I TU AR Y.
Died?Fell asleep in the arms of Jess,,
ew the SASTftnlng eV the 7th inst at flowes
Pamp, Mrs.1 FANNIE E. MEY Kits, the
beloved ami affectionate asothor of W. R.
Meyers and Mr*. Ana Bowman, age
nfls soas having elainta against ieel Kno'ts
late sf Orsngeburg County deceased, are
required te precent sworn statemente of
them, sad those indebted te the same will
make paymeat te
JOHN I>, KKOTTS,
Oct 11 187? 31
la accordance with the svder of Hon.
Augustas B. KnowlUn Probate Judge,
I wilt roll at pnblie outcry
for essh at Orangeburg Conrt House
sa Saturday (be lat, November next, three
Bsles of Cotton of the Kitate of Joel Knotta.
JOHN O. KNOTTS.
Oet U )87S 8t
M?NS. BEKGKR informs the Udics snd
Gentlemen of OrangehUrg, thai having
ohtatMed a sufficient number of pnniN, he
will open a Dancing School on the 16th inst.
M?ns. R. is well known as the onlv profes
sions! teacher in this Estate ; hi* headquarters
being in Chartort on, and he can give the best
references here and all over the State. lie
teaches dancing in all its various branches,
without any exceptions. Poamaa wishing to
join the class are requested to do so at the
first Lesson. For particulars apply the 14th
inst, at Meroney's Hotel.
Oct. 9. 1873 34 2t
Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
On Sunday Bvening September 28th.
One fine Grey Mare MULE, about five years
eld, medium size, from my Plantation on
Any person giving information leading to
tbe recovery will be LIBERALLY BhTW A BU
Oct. 3rd 1872 2i
DB. THOMAS LEGARE,
ROPER AND CITY HOSPITAL
Offers bis PBOFESSIONAL SERVICES
ts tbe community ef Orangebavg and te the
Pnblie at large.
Office hoars from 8 te 9 A. JeL, 1 ts Z, snd
7 ts 9 at night.
Office, Market Street, ever Store sf Jno.
aug IS Ssa
WHAT PLEASES THE LADIES
WHEELS* A WIL80N SEWING MA
They eeO be had by calling at Mrs. Olden
dorTs MiUercry Establishment.
J. T. SIMMONS.
jnne fit?tat Ortngeburf, 8. 0.
ADMISSION ?Oct?, Chil
dren under iwolve half
GRAND TOURNAMENT, 2d DAY.
Bine-Match 3d Day
DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES 4th
DAY, COMMENCING 12 M.
Fl'LL brass band and
For particular* apply to
W. F. BARTON, President.
F. H. W. BRIGGMANN.
L. R/ BECK WITH,
paul 8 FELDER,
J. L. MOOREU,
J. O. WANXAMAKER.
Tnic cn*>f.rsioned respectfoi.lt
Inform ihr public that lie ia aew pre
pared ta furnish bricks ia any quantity.
All ordern will meet pif?rspt attention.
J. C. EDWARDS,
jna* a 1873 tf
By ?Her of Probate Judff?, I will eon
tiaae tbe aal? of the stack e>f goods of ta*
Relate af the late LAWRESCK 0. CLARK,
d*e*aa?d, after the custom of merchants,
until the tkirceesik day ef Deleter nest, at
tbe at era ia the Town of Lewi ?Tille. On
that day, end free? day to day thereafter, I
will cell at pnblfc auction, all remaining
personalty ec *akl Estate, embracing mer
chandise, fan it ore. koreee and ether
chatties, at the eonre plat*. Term* cask.
RtrSA T. CLARK,
September 20 1873 At
XT ? *?"??? CopaHnorablp
iH existing between W. P. CAIN and C
L. HOOK, under ike name of Cain k Heel
1* this day Dieeelte I hy mutual consent.
W. P. CAIN,
C. L HOOK.
Lewlsfffte, 8. C, September, let/ 1873.
Tke Dusiness will he continued by the aa
derslgaed la his own name, who wttl aic*
up aloe* the business ef the old firm.
W. P. CAIN.
sept 'JO t
DR. at TABEB.
LKW1SVILLE, S. C,
(ST. MATTHEIT5 P. O.,)
joa* o 1873 tf
The State of South Carolina,
In thk CotjRT or Prowat*.
By AUGUSTUS B. KSOWLTON, Esq.,
Judge of Probat* In said County.
WHEREAS. Kexiah A. Rusk hath ap
plied to me for Letter* of Administration
on the Ettat* of Benjamin Rush, late of
Orangeburg County, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonlsk
all and singular the Kindred and Creditere
of the said deceased, to be aad appear be
fore me at a Court of Probate fer tke said
County, te he holden at Orange berg en the
18th day of October, 1873, at 10 o'clock A.
M. to show cause if any, why the said Ad
ministration skeald not be granted.
Given under my hand and tbe Seal ef my
Court, this 80th day ef September Anno
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
[L.8.1 Jndg* ef Prebet* O. C.
act e It
1DR. A. C. DUKES'
ORANGIBURG, S. C,
FINE TOILET SOAPS,
PURE WINES and LIQUORS for Medicinal
DYE-WOODS and DTE-8T?FF8 generally.
A full line of TOBACCO and SKOARS.
Farmer* and Pbysieiaaa from tke Country
will find our Stock of Medicines Complete,
Warraated Oann'ne aad cf tke Best Quality.
Let of FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
isn 11 o t
A DESIRABLE LOT fa th. Town ef
Oreageburg, containing; ONE ACRE, with n
DWELLING, . KITCHEN, STABLE sad
a good Wtll of Water. All the Improve
The abe-.: piece will be sold CHBAP fer
eaah. Call icon and get a BARGAIN.
Applr te W. T. yjQHTF JOT,
eug 2l ti
In tub Common Fl?*?.
Tbe State?Ex Relation* ) Bill
Tbe Solicitor of the Stuth- V to Perpelestc
ern Circuit. J rostimsny.
F.x ?*Ttt \ Application te prove
E. A. Themas. / Lout Deed.
Application on oath having been made by
K. A. Thomas to prove the past Existence,
Loss and Contents of a Deed dated the 10
Jan., I860, front this applicant to Wss.
Frederick. It ia ordered?
That all persons b aving like or opposite
interest in said Deed, whether residents la
this State or out of it; and who desire te de
so, shall appear and cross examine the evi
dence produced ; and introduce evidence in
reply before me, at ray Office at Orangebnrg
oa the 20th day of September next.
June 14th, 1873. Referee,
june 21 8m
Notice of Dismissal.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GITKN THATONB
month fresa date I will file my Fiasl
Account with the Honorable ing. B. Knewl
ten, Jndge ef Probate for Orangebnrg
County, and ask fer Letters of Dismissal as
Executrix ef Daniel Zeigler.
JANE M. 7.K10LEE,
Ant 22d, 1S78. Executrix,
sag 28 4t
Save your Taxes!
OFF1CB CO. SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
Obaxukbubu, C. IL, 8. C,
August 1st 1878.
F. R. Mr KIN LAV,
Connty School Comm irr isner,
Oraageburg Co., 8. C.
angiut 9 1878 8t'
OFFICE CLERK Co., COM'RS,
OsAscssrso, S. C,
September fl, 1872.
OFFICIAL STATEMENT UNDER SECT. 2ft,
A. A. 186*.
I: Compensation Audited te Members o
present Board :
E. T. R. Hmoak, March 21,
1873, 22 days attendance
en meetings.....6ft 00
.'?76 miles.?Q 80
7 days etiperinteudance Roads
and Bridges.21 00
284 miles.14 21 $130 00
John Kuhinstn, Jan'y 28,
1873, IG dajs attendance
on meetings.4S 00
280 miles..14 UO
3 days snperintendance Roads
and Bridges. 0 00
104 miles.... 6 20 7? ?i
John Robiassn. March 10,
1873, 4 days attendance
on meetings.12 00
112 miles. o ?0
2 days swperinimuaiice roads
aad bridges. ft Od
40 miles. 2 00 25 ?0
John Robinson. May 111, 187:1,
6 days attendance on
140 miles... 7 00
8 daye supcrintendance reads
sad bridge*.Ii i 00
212 miles.-.10 60 64 CO
Jahn Bobin ion. July 7, 1873,
S dsys attendance on
meetings.m 9 00
84 milrs._ 4 20
ft days superintendence roads
aad bridges. 9 00
6ft miles.?. 8 80 25 00 [
Alexander Brown, 'Jaa'y ,-8,
1873, 16 days altsadanos
ea meetings.48 00
4 days superintendence reads
sad bridges.12 00
120 miles. 6 00 91 00
Alexander Brown Jons 2, I
1873, 6 days attssdanee
so meetings.13 00
230 sailes.12 60
9 days superintendence roads
and bridges....'8 00
126 miles.?,. 6 30 61 SO
II. Dsys and mi Wage si Sessions of Board
to date :
Numter sf dsys Beard has been in Ses
B. T. B. Smoak, number of miles trav
elled for meetings, 116.*
John Robinson^ number of mile-i frsve?ed
for meetings, 868.
Alexander Brown, hutnber ef miles tree*
eBed for meetings, l.ViO. .
III. Accounts audited, bot not verified,
Certified by me, this 9 September 1873.
sept 27 1
OFFICE OP COUNTY COMMISSION BUS,
OsAsassrsa, C, II., 8.. C.
September 22rd 1878,
Sealed proposals will be received at this
Office oa or before the 27th day of Octobe*
1873, for repairing Jones' Bridge ever
North Edisto River. Also for tbe repairing
ef Bowes' Bridge ever North Edicts Rives
The repairs to be complete, and as decayed
Timber er Lumber lo he need. Per east Ion
ian spply at this Office.
By order sf the Board,
Clerk ef Beard of Connty Commissioners.
Sep. 27 1878 4t
Tbe EXERCISES ef Mrs. ^BUFFER'S
PBRB SCHOOL, will be recessed on Wed
nesday, October 1st, 187?.
sept 27 I
Nunan Strawberry Plants, 60 et? per WO
for sale by JEFFORDS A Co., sf Charleston
Orders left vltk Mr. J. 8. AlbergetUf^tlf
he attended t*.
eug l>3 1073 :. 3SB ?jg
stale of John iUchenbmUoF.
. j? All periona interested in the eel*
."state, oro hereby xwtiacd the* cm too 24th
day of September. 1678, 1 will Are my fool
account in the Probate office *f Crraegebssrg
Co0nfy> a*<! will aak for Utter* ef dUexlee '
ClARX C. COOPER,
Adm't fei. Zehn RUkonbcker.
as* 3? 1878 ?*
J, Wallace C^noii,
IS HAfTT TO ST ATI TO* Hf? FRIENDS
i and easterner* that he kae Jene retarded
freaa Char leiten, after having pankascd ?
large steck ef,
WHICH HK WILL SELL AT V?Tt9*
prices for ?aak. Alee ea kaad a fail ef eeM cf
L1QUOB8, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
At prices tkat cannot ke aapaseed far
cheapness. All the above geeds art freak
Call aoea aad get berg* las.
July lftih 117* tf
DR. PATRICK'S COTTON PRESS
Th* undersigned Agent for Oraagebwrg
County bega leaTe to call the attention ef
COTTON PLANTERS t* the ?am-, aad
would adris* erery on* in need of a COT
TON PRESS to purchase h patent at ?*?*.
For CHEAPNESS, SIMPLICITY, aad
POWER, it kis no equal
Any one dolrow seeing Ue "modue
?perandi" of said Press, can daao by calling
at the Store of J. W. Patrick A Co., Rneeell
Stre*t Orangeburg C. H., 8. C, where a
model can be seen, or address Cef*. J?4T
STOKES Gen'1 Agent Midway 8. C.
J. W. PATRICK, Aft.
Oraagehurg County 8. C.
july 26 1873 tf
~r j. ouver^T e \K
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS.
OILS, VARKISH, NON-EXPLOwkWR
LAKPS, GARDEN SEEDS, ft*.r ?Vv J.
PRRSCRITION8 prepared with ACCVR
ACY aad FIDELITY, foi welch pereeee s>
full and complete asaorfmsat ef PsJRB
CHEMICALS and GENUINE DRUGS will he
censtantly on hand.
Long experience?a successful basis***
career ef mere than eight years im Graeme- ,
borg, a g*od ka*wleig* *f tfcaV IfeieVB
MARKET at home and abroad, will afford sv
sufficient guarantee 'kit afl feed* add or
dispensed at my establish meat wilt ha*
GENUINE and RELIABLE.
Appreciating tkc saeeess wkiek Ja Ike
past has at leaded my efforts, I have de
termined t? apare no pains t* merit a ce*
finance ef the patronage se likerstty Heal aap
E. J. OLEVEROS M. D'..
N* 100 Kuaaei Street Onaagskarg:.
Tkc rissest e>ri*i*a? ef the
Const ef ike Ualted 8la?es kaee deel?
tkc HOMESTEAD ACT* cf tkia Btetajkjp
const it utisaal an *w*wB8j cectfraeted yens
ieaw to 180?.
Tkc last amendment te tkc Bcd?ltrw?t Use
give* to th* debt*raWsawsc exemption ef"
real aad pereetial property a* swfiwkW
hlx by the HOMESTEAD LAW.
The enly way that IlOMESTEAd>8>cavi ho
eccnred is hy tsftmg law leweet ef the BeMa^
rapt Art. , ,ia
Especial attenrfen has been aad will h*
devoted te this hraneh ef the law hy
BROWNING ft BROWNING,
Attoeawys at Ln>*.
as sac iH Street, Oraogchsrrg at *
f|>5 A Yalueble Inr enlte>x*e|)5
AN PKTIRBLT NEW
FOB DOMESTIC UBB
FIVE POaLf >M,
wtrtf ras saw
Patent Button Hole Worker.
THE MOST SIMPLE AND COMPACT IK
TBE MOST DURABLE AND ECONOMI
CAL IN USE.
A MODEL OP COMBINED STRENGT*
Complete In all its parts, ?ses the Straight
Bye Pointed Needle, Self Tkreadiar, duvet,
wpright Pecitivc Metlea, New Tension. Self
Feed and Cletk Guidcr. Oncacfett by. Whet*
aad aw a Table. Ligkt Wfng. 8*~*r>
and noiseless like all good tjtghpilsw*
machines. Has patent check re jtreveac tee
wheel being turned the wrong way. ? Uses
the thread direct frees the ssmoL MagctV
the ElastU Lock Stitch M- pi Jn#|ti iag**eW
stitch known;) firm, darabU, else* aad
rapid. Will de all kinds of werk, fine aad;
coarse, from Cambric te hoary Cloth ea
Leather, and use* si) description* ef thread.
The best mechanical talent Uj issettca
and Enrepe, has been devoted te ImfliithlBcj
and simplifying oar Machines, eassMaiwg
enly that which U practicable, and dis
pensing with all complicated snvrouadiegn
generally, found la ether machines
8f*clai terms aad extra inducements to
mala and female agents, storekeeper*, Ao...
who will establish ageaeic* through, th*.
eeuatry and keep tar new machine* en, ex ?
bibUloa and sale. County right, given tan
smart agents free. Agent's ooitgjatn asxtaio.
furnished without aay extra ehatg*v
Sample* cf vowing, descriptive circular*
ecauiaing^ rcrme, teeiimoaials, engravings,
^dSean, BROOKS 8EWIN0 V \C?t?f
CO., No. 1320 Brcadway, New York.
$ renf 1/