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f . Auoliior fipe ofTobtieco.
TllANSLATKD FROM THE f nv.MUI
AUOtJBTUa B. KNOWLTON.
Tho great family of smokers may bo
^djvjdcd into two entirely dietiuct sub
wmilicsvv r . .
. TfWso who smoke tue pipo.
TfVrso who smoko tho cigar,
jk 'l^s^|wt>/ub farxinies,between whom
the1 gre*nfosT amity and good feeling
i toexiat, do." nevertheless,. Bomo
I fiaVWda'fcP'o'r khe "''volgar pipo"
and the "arristocratio cignr." In a
^flftifiP1?^ gftvernod by the pririoiplc of
'80' these two .words should bo blotted
; f#>m t hp dictionary.
.naii$h<i truo 'smoker has no prefcronco,
"'.Res&iAp to thapiffo or cigar according
t?$Pmfiif; flhd circumstances.
Frnnoe is a country of eoleotism, and
-1TC#6its\by the. inventions and ideas of all
\Vo havg in turn, and with equal suc
ofWffclculfciynted tho meerschaum pipo,
.X&btfvbriofi-Woud pipo, and tho porcolair.
. pipe; but-the. most popular of all, the
national pipe, is the pipe made of clay,
pipo of one 80u.
.c:?JlbJ> Mrfrselluise gare their namo to a
epng ntid a pipe which will bravo tho as
saults of time, and be known to tho lips
?ji?ow-? remotest grandchildren. This
tlhpuJd satisfy; their thirst for glory.
fei/feUejMawellaise pipo enjoyed for a
dofcgltfinej.th.b oxciilsive homage of all
sincere and honest smokers; but, of lute
t^fcnrsj; alihough aoknowlodging its supo
*t??rj?yt,itho most : pious of smokers are
occasion.-! 1 ly guilty of infidelities.
The clay pipe ha3 mnde trememdous
.progress sinc? the revolution of Februa
ry. Ii is no longer a mere pipe of clay,
b.Utqt] object of art, a necessity, a power;
it was, for u short time, a political mani
. i! i
'1 ho day,pipe'ha?.'becomo cai?icaturo,
phnmphlet, opera;..wo havo even! Been it
on life benches,of the Court of Assize,
whew.-it threatened attack upon the
fuiidauient.al laws of society.
?*^J>Jr-4 days the pipo, less ambitious,
lr>9 robouncqd politics and revolutionary
pr.Qpjigaudism, and is content to fulfill
HfSewthly mission, which cousists in?
: . fc| >;.i ....
WOW *J ^-^ftE'COLOHINO.
l ine coloring is not merely a habit, a
Luung,clown the rules of this art, a
M c uro wrong m calling it an occult science:
enligliUbcd? Few words will
Km]dj^vrofclth?^ -bO^rl^ fill'upon what re
y^?mt^4i" ? ???
Smoko gently, shako not you.- pipo rudely;
Tiierc will soon nppc.-ir ?, beautiful brown,
VThjcli, creeping up, will leave a ringof white,
Changing, iuclf, to a richer buo,
Utol! ntrW Hi* bowl will stem
liike q (Inrk uirban crowned by a wreath of
?ApphTently nothing is moro simple;
i>e> ei th?dcss many intrepid smokers fail
:,T&%t:i- ?Htbrpriso, which requires a nn
turidtnlctit possessed by comparatively
'One rariy, by perseverance, become an
orator, a poet?a cook, even, in spito of
tl'i.^.roveib : but one must bo born a
inccij ohautu colorcr.
1'ipe coloring, as a profession, may
jitld, after deducting th'e Varidutf ex pen
tttfA j fofit'otf frolrt^one and n half to two
iri/e/tf &?dBy.: Not*yiry profitable, to be
BuM/!)u.t-ploagant1"fcnough work' when
one has a genius for- it. L'1
In Kon>j p&or families the wife em.
broideiY, r;liilo tho husband colors pipes,
eitljcr for the m er chants 01 for particu
A one eou pipo is worth, whon tolor
Ijf ^.pojuitrj whero vanity in small
nia^r^is so geperalj the salo of colored
pigc^ia naturally ?cno??ibus?in Paris
witffin'blhsdM >nf >'j\p -
o\ie?S pl0Ml&$ d.oubt .isoon bo a
ma^k^-d/J^Vad exclusively to tho salo
of colored pipes.
fjft} all roatlpnp ,the Frcnoh attach tho
nio^tfjinportance pipe coloring.
\? England, . .
fe%*inf>: > -
Jft:tbe,.y?tt?tl States-, ,
^jf.all sayngo nations, pipe-coloring is
\\ hy this peculiar skill in France ?
No fwe .can- say-. Should I ever bo
eonie ciiih I shall offer a prizo of, two
tlmnsand francs to bo awarded by tho
Acwjcjny of, floral and Politioal Set*
*nqcB to the.author or tho best treatise
upon ?'Pipe^ Coloring io; Franco.v Its
origin and jpfogrese."
W^ mfty woU be proud of our almost
iseh^ivo faculty for pipo-celoring.
The colored pipo and suicido aro tho
principal features Wl>19U ?9Uqvc tho
monotony of our national physiognomy
und impart to it a certain agreeable air
TWO many FOU Oil ES.
Ono of the gravest inconveniences of
the pipo is the tobnceo pouoh.
Seeing that you smoke a pipe, ovory -
body hastrus to present you with some
kind of a bag to hold your tobacco.
A friend of miuc, a smoker, said to
me one day :
"I have smoked a pipe sinco T was
twenty years of age, and L am now in
my fifty-lifth ycrfr.
"I receive, on an average, about a
dozen tobacco pouohe;.' every year, regit
larly, and it is not too much to say that
besides Now Year's, Christmas and
birlhday*h a host of other opportunities
occur whore one is likely to he presented
with tobacco pouches?a frienl who
has just Teturned from a voya.'e, a
little niece who has just beuu learning
embroidery, etc., etc.
"This makes, then, say at fifteen a
year, five hundred and twenty-five pouch
es which I have already received, and
Heaven nlono knows how many aro in
atoro for me.
"Aud you must take into considera
tion that I have always led a very regu
lar and moral lifo; und that I married
"Judge of the [number of pouches
which a gay young fellow, a Lovelace,
a Uicliolieu, might voccivc hi ihc course
of his life.
"Figur?? would hardly suflico."
[TO HB CONTINUED.]
THE ORAJCTGEBURG NEWS
AUC4USTUS is. KXOWXTOK.,
edi to 11.
Fixaxciai. axiI Ersixxsa Manackh.
OffTcIal Kaper of the Sfntc anil
of OrrtngclMirg County.
&Yr nth: riitAXOKnunr; sews has
A I.AHOKR (?f iiCU/, A T/OX Til AX
AST OTHER PAVKR IX THE COVX
SATURDAY, DEC. C, 1873.
The JElIIotts* lilt AiiimaK
Tho Fourth Annual Aninvorsjjv^'oF
>vas celebrated In? t Wednesday, tho 3d
instant, in cxcellcut style. There was
he usual parade in tho aftornoo.i uudor
;ho escort of the You.ig AuiofioiJ, on
vhi.ch occasion both companies turned
>ut: in force,. presenting a^fVsm^rktblj"
landsomo and imposing appoaraneo
j'ho Elliott's .'I ruck had been beauti
nlly decorated with flowers aud evor ?
greens by some of ihe fair ladies of
Jrungcburg, to whom tho members of
ihe company return, through us, thinks
jnth profound and emphatic. (Wu have
\ vague idea that somo of our friend*
huso already "returned thanks" in b
more delightful and private manner but
is thai is none of" our busiujjM [wo half
wish it w'ercj we have no right to, aud
won't, say anything i?* all about it).
Alter iho parade the annual Company
meeting was hold aud an election for
officers had, with the following results :
J. G KoitOJfi VubK.
i . Assistant Foreman.
J. Wallace Cannon.
Fit an k BeM^usk
1st D. E. Smoke.
2d Ii. II. Wannamakek.
W. j. Detkevu.le, Esq.
, ; Surgeon.
Du. T. A. Elliott.
At S o'clock P. M. tho Elliotts, with
the Young Americas and other invited
guc??s to tho number of nt least ono
hundred and fifty, nssomblcd in the El
liott's commodious hall, whero, notwith
standing tho hard times, a feast was
spread worthy of the day and of tho
keen and whetted appetites for which it
had been prepared. Supper lasted fbr
an hour or morn, duii>g which Messrs.
Kuhn, father aud son, MoMichucl,
MenUcl aud Bull, favored tho uascmbly
with cnllvonhig music, both vocal and
Tho cloth being removed, tho tvgulnr
toasts of the ovouiug were called in tin
following order :
The Day we Celebrate
To which ?til'5 K. Mclliehamp Esq.,
responded in his well-known h ?ppy aud
Jlim Whose Aamc ice bear?Our Re
vered Friend and Patron, Dr. Thomas
Itospondod toby Mr. Knowltcn.
The Young America Fire Company.
Whioh brought the genial ibroman of
that company tohiB logs for a short but
The Ladies, God Bless Them; The
Young Ones Esjiecial/y.
Charmingly aud wittily takeu care of
by W. II. Giradcau Esq.
llospondcd to by Mr. Kuowlton.
Our City Fathers.
Pleasantly responded to by B. Wil
liamson Esq., in his capacity of Aldor
imin (wo having already had our say on
the subject iu our capacity of ox-Alder
The Board of' Firemasters.
Mr. George IJoliver, who had charge
of this toast, jocularly remarked that, to
avoid so terrible a defeat as that encoun
tered by him in running for tho Mayor
alty, bo would subside nt once; which ho
did, much to our rogrct.
Our Invited Guests?those who are not
Firemen, this time.
To which James II. Fowlcs Esq.:
responded iu humorous and excollout
A letter from ex Foreman John A.
Hamilton Esq., was read, oxprcssiug his
regrets, nt being unblc to attend?in
which regrets all pioscnt joined.
This closed the list of regular toasts,
but the festivities were continued . and
speeches were made by Messrs Girardeau,
Glover, Vinco, Neukirk, McCoy, Kuowl
ton, Eetterson, Sallcy and others, the
company fiunlly dispersing at an early
hour, all well pleased with their hoa h,
with tho occasion aud, evidently, with
[ron this ORANOKiiunu krwb.]
Hurrah Boy.s! hold him down, >
Quick, Iiis baggage rifle;.
Fvoo our niggers?sjift?i "or drown?
No time this to'iriflc.
Jt/ei 2n.?jMMisiTKNno pp.
trljf ?" Dear old uncle, how I Iotc
The very ground you tread on,
^ -*-~&?*r j -a??^-?~.-~ ??-?
(Softly) Please foot the Dill I send on.
I solemnly swear that I always have
been on the side that wins, and always
will be, if my intellect will decide which
will win, in time.
I have never done anything againnt
the winning side.
I have always bnen willing to assist
the winning side, but no one can be
blamed for waiting to ascertaiu which
that may be.
(Mentally sugar coated oath.)
? i???. - * ^n?? i
Washington, I). C, November 30.
All excitement concerning the Virgin
ius has subsided, though there are many
speculations ?? to the probabilities of
the Cnstelar Government being unable
to enforce its orders accepting the ulti
matum of this government.
Washington, December 1.
The negotiations between the Uuitcd
States and Spain, with regard to the
questions growing out of tho capture of
the Vilnius, were brought to a con
clusion on Saturday, Secretary Fish and
Admiral Polo having agreed upon and
signed a protocol, which the latter Foon
after telegraphed to his government.
Tho terms nro substantially as follows:
First, the immediate delivery to the
U uited States of tho ship Virgiuius nnd
all the surviving passengers and crow;
a salute to our flag on the 25th of
Dccombcr next, unless in the meantime
Spain fcball satisfy tho United States
that the American flag was improperly
borno on that vessel, and furthor, that
sho had no right to the American flag
or Amorican papers. In this erent tho
saluto is to ho spontaneously withdrawn
and Spain is to formally disclaim nny
intontional indignity to tho flag in the
acts committod by Spain against the
Virginius. Third, if it shall thus bo
shown that tho Virginius had no right
to carry the American flag and papers, the
United States will institute proceedings
against the vossol and tho surviving
parties who havo violatad the laws of tho
United States, and Spain guarantees to
institute proceedings against any of her
authorities who may havo viohtod
either law or treaty stipulation; fourth,
the matter of reclamation for damages
is reserved for future consideration. In
addition to tho above, Secretary Fish
and the Spanish minister will determine
the port at which the Virginius nnd the
surviving passengers and crow shall be
delivered to tho Uuited Statos.
Tho ogrcomcnt is regarded in official
quarters as covering all tho points of
our original demands, though in a modi
fled form, whilo it is considered respect
ful aud honorable to both countries
Tho fixing of he 25th of December us
the time for sal
ing our flag is to allow
bportuuity to Spain to
show that the ?rgiuius improperly cur
ried tho Auiereau flag aud papers.
Thoro is a scusibt relief in ull quartors
that tho nogotiieus havo thus peace
ably ended, andijl excitement has sub
Tho siczuro nd sale or cottou in tho
enforcement offricullural lieus is now
the chief bumnci of the morchauts aud
law officers of Abcville. It is proving
to the farmers (he most distressing
period of this 3ar of financial disaster
and troublo. lit docs not totally ruin
this wholo class it will givo them a
lesson that will r ove of great benefit to
the whole countV in the future
It seems that 10 amount of reasoning
or logic will do ay good in this matter.
Tho farmers still persist in the suicidal
policy of makin large crops of cotton .
Year after year t ? same error has been
repeated, and tjc truth must at last
force itself uyon'thc mind of every re
flecting person tht the idea of growing
rich on King Coltou is fauciful and dc
Last spring, wlpn the crop was pitch
ed and the whojs country "smelt rank
to heaven," we predicted the result
which has been /realized. Next year,
unless a radical and general change is
made, we will be in a still more distress
ing condition. Ihc present crop will
scarcely be sufficient to pay up for .id
vanccs. To pay a merchant two per
cent per month on advances, when a
profit of twenty-fiva or fifty per cent has
already been added to the original cost,
will soon swallow up a bale of cotton.
This being gone, and nothing left with
which to provide for his family or the
necessary stock, the fanner enters upon
tho new year with rather a gloomy out
look. Stripped of the 3'cai's labor
what is lie to do? Notwithstanding
the enormous profits of the latt few years,
tho provision merchants will not be able
to give indulgt ucc. About the only
rom.cfiy is to sow wheat, oats, and other
grain, and plant corn, potatoes, and
vegetables, so as tr^g^jmough to live
on in any event. If, with the staple at
ten cents, any one-can pay two per cent
on advances and twont-five per cent
profit, put up witli the uncertain labor
of the present d*'W-vcx his soul, \v.iste_
i.;..?t?r Tjnm U^FTfr-tmnic3r-iTn--^?cn^ffr
warrants and ejectments in the dusty
courts of odious Trial Justices?then let
him plant cotton to his heart's content.
This is a subject of such grave impor
tance to nil of us. that we may again
revert to it.?Abbeville Mc?ii?/ti. .
A Tax Tille Case.
The Port Royal Commercial publishes
the following important decision of
.Judge M?her in a tax title case :
"In the recent term of court, held at
Waltcrboro, a case involving the validi
ty of tax titles was tried beforo Judge
Malier. A plantation in St. Paul's
belonging to the plaintiff wus sold last
year for oon payment of taxes, and
bought by the defendant, The plaintiff
claimed that the law had not been coin
plied with, in that the boundaries wero
not correctly given in the advertise ram' .
Judge M?her in his charge to the jury,
fully sustained the tax law, but charged
that the effect ol it being to deprive per
sons of their propeity, for less than a
fair consideration, it was necessary that
persons claiming under tax titles should
bo required to show that the law had
been strictly compliod with. If tho
giving of tho wrong boundaries was
calculated in the opinion of tho jury to
mislead parlies interested, aud lead
them to suppose that the property adver
tised was not theirs, tncu the plaintiff
was entitled to a verdict. The jury re
turned a verdict for the defendant. On
motion the plaintiff was grautcd ten days
from October 29th in which to make up
and t serve a case aud serve notice of a
new trial. Entry of judgment was stay
ed till tho determination of such notice.""
The Exports from the Uuitcd Sistes
continue to increase, both aotually and
relatively, as compurod with last year.
The exports from Now York for tho
week ending November 22d amounted in
value to more than seven and a half
millions of dollars, making a total for
tho year, up to that time, of 62155,102,
846. This is an increase over the cor
responding timo last yoar, in value of
exports, of sixty million dollars. It is
probablo that tho rolativo oxhibit will
bo btill more inoreascd in favor of this
year, as thore iB no prospect of a decline
in tho price of brcadstuffs in European
markets. Tho imports have fallen off
largely during the year. This shrink
ago in the volumo of imports, following
tho recent monotary troublos, has boon
very great, and as it has taken plaoo
mostly in artiolos that can bo and aro
made hero, tho defloit will probably
have to be made up from our domostic
manufactures, t\?A f the aggregate
result will be tolerably good after all.
Tun H0118K Di jk?sk Auain.?The
dreaded [ cpizooty scorns again about to
break out iu N'ow Vork City, und tho
Herald says it is not impossible that wo
may sec repented tho scenes of last
winter, when business was almost ntu
stand-still in consequence of the want of
horse flesh to do the ordinary carrying
of tho city trade. As yet, however, tho
disease has had a very small spread, and
its promiso may not become an accomp
lishment. Generally speaking, among
the car and stage stables tho plaguu h is
hardly made itself felt, though thoro uro
unmistakable signs that it does exist,
and, if the experience oi the paxt can be
takeu as u criterion, the spread after the
lirst symptoms will be v<?ry rapid. The
Times slates that it is not ihn cpizooty
but dropsy, which is frequently t'<o case
where they had only a slight attack of
cpizooty last year, tho Case usually
affecting the legs.
There is a great deal uf interest feit
here in the niovoiiient being made
against the Citizcus' [Savings .Bank.
Mr. Gulick deuios haying anything to
du With tho case. tTu'lgc Carpenter s
very indignant at the card o( the attor
neys published yesterday, and threatens
to have their names stricken from tho
roll of attorneys, because he thinks
their card reflects upon the integrity of
the court The caso will como op fur
hearing to-morrow. There will be a
conflict of jurisdiction between the
United States and the State Courtf.
There will be n high light over the cm
trul of the assets beyond any doubt.
The creditors 'generally appear to h.:ve
full confidence iu the officers of the
bank, and to prefer throwing the bank
into the hands of the United Stales 1
Court.? Columbia Carcsjpondciit <?j tUr
Acre* ?[? Courier.
Pay Yo?r S.mai.i, Deuts.?Taking
this injunction for a text an ex change j
administers s. little wholsomo advice
when it says : 'The ability of nearly
every man to pay his debts depends upon
his ability to collect his dues. The in
dividuals of a community arc linked
together by a chain of debt and credit,
and in time of desperation tho refusal
of one person to discharge a single lia
bility often embarrajses a line of a dozen
debtors and creditors. Hence, the
prompt payment of small do't.*. becomes
in times like thcio a public as w. II as a
pijvntc duty. The sitae money tint
>-? ? ys Ji_ihibJ.j.n^luijuor!)in#^^
dozen before night ; and FwcTvti men arc
thus relirved from arix.cty and pressure
by the action of one."
'i he Drownsv illc (T .\:.s) /?' ??, of the
7th inst., has the following :
"Our farmers arc talking abtut rais
ing more corn and pork and lc-ts co:to'i
next year. Hut your average Southern
farmer is a "man with ran uovor bn foule 1.
not he. 11c always knt>ws in ibe
spring of tb^ year that cotton i> going
to bring a high pr'cc next fall/ and in
the fall of the vcu'r he hi ways know>
that it don't."
AVe think it advirable for the whole
South to follow the Example of our
A vciy prudent man in Danbury pro
vides himself with an extra hat for the
month of November. 11c carries it in
his coat tail pocket, an 1 whim the wind
lifts the one from hid head he straight
way jams on the other, and then pu s
after the first, and thus not only saves
much chaffing from thj unregenerate,
but actally gets credit as a philanthrop
ist, the general impression being that he
is in pursuit of somebody else's hat.?
A professor, in explaining to a class
of young ladies the theory according to
which tho budy is entirely renewed
every seven years; s; id : ^??Thus, Miss
U., iu seven years yon will reality be no
longer Miss B." '1 really hope I shan't,'
demurely responded the girl, casting
down her eyes.
A bunch of shingles fell from a wagon
on the Troy ferry-boat recently, and
struck fairly upon the head of a colored
woman, who said, l'Y' oughtcr b* shame
to muss a cullud woman's bar dat way.
I wish dc shingles fell ovah board."
M.\nuir.t>?On Ilia 27tb of November, by
the Rev. Irvin Conner at tho Residence of
ibe Hriiles Mother, Mr. JAcon Dukes to
Miss Julia llui'P, all of Orungeburg County,
Ml. A. C. DUKES'
Who has jupt recoived a Largo Supply of
well* asBor ted
Ulli AR ROOT PIPES,
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, &C
A Complete; Stock of
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINT and PAINT BRUSHES',
'With a largo assortmont of otber articles
too numerous to mention.
Call soon and you will got bargains.
Two MILK COW3 and YOUNG CALVES.
J. 8. ALHKHUOTTI,
dec ?i?'1 Corner HiOrsell St. mid H. It.
-? -J~ -f---*t Mr
_L> dehted to I ho Estate of tliij^te
W. Foide will make payment, and >H
I II -
W. Fogle will make payment, and ?U having
claims against llie said Km ate will present
thcui, to ULI VIA S. FOG LB;
dec 0?It Administratrix.
Tlio HOUSE mid LOT on Russell Streut,
in Ornngcburg, formerly owned by V. Pit
llinn. For particulars inquire nt the Drug
Store of K. J. OLITEROS.
jtis*r ?r^E^E? 1
Dr. Oliveros' Drug Store
SEEDLESS UA IS INS,
ClTlt?N, CUlt KANTS
Also n large collection of of TOYS.
Also a superior lot of CO LOONS nnd TOIL
Also ii fine lot Of 8 BO A HS.
Also n ?ne lot of CUTLtiRY.
Also a Large nnd well Selected Stock of
I>lsU?iS and MEMCflfES^
lo which Articles, for RELIABILITY nnd
COI5 It ECTNESS, the Public's attention is
All me respectfully invited to call nt the
Di ng Store of
The State of South Carolina.
My AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON, Esq.,
Judge of Probate in said County.
WHEREAS, W, A. O'Onin and J. A.
O'Onin Imvc applied to mo for betters of
Administration on the Estate of John H.
O'Onin, lute of Ornngvburg County, dee'd.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
All and singular the Kindred nnd Creditors
of ?hc naid deceased, to be and appear l>c
forc iw. at n Court of ?Probate for the suid
County. ??? be holden at Ornngebirrg oil tho
L'Tih day of Dec, 1873, at 11 o'clock A.
M. to show cause if any. why the said Ad
mini-i ration should not be granted.
Given under my hand und the Senl of my
Court, this tith day of December Anno
AUG! H. KNOWLTON.
[L.S.] Judge of Probate O. C.
dee ? 2t
CAR D .
1 desire rrspcctfu'ly to inform the CITI
ZENS of this and adjoining Counties that I
am prepared to MAKE OCT. FORWARD
and COLLECT PROM FLY ALL CLAIMS
again-t I he I'niied Stntes. for Compensation
for Property taken or de.-troyod during or
im in cd in: ely after tho war. aiich ns Cotton;
Horses. Cull e Hogs. Fodde?', Corn, Szc.
All necessary Itihtiks with full Instruc
tion? furnish':' upon ap. lic.vi m.
OHAS, s. r.ci.L.
Ornngvburg C. 11.. S. O.
PurolM^inj! of CLAIMS for REFUND of
COT TON TAX. Onu-t.iird paid :l Certified
by IVeVrnttc Assessor or Opt etfor.
itov - '?It CHAS. S HULL.
By order of Probate Judge, I will well at
Public Auction, :it the Plantation cultivated
by the lute James L. JilllilSOIl, ill his life
time, during the pres.-ut year, on Tuesday.'
I'ee. ItifH, nnd ill Lcwisville, S. (.'.. on
Wednesday, Dec. 17. fSpt.olI l!io:Per?liablo
I'rufeity ot said Estate, coirdsiing of!Slock .
Plantation foe is, Produce, -^c. Term* cash.
nov 20?;>r Qualified Administrator,
In accordance with the order of Honors
hlo Augustus It. KirowUon. Judge of I'ro
batc, 1 will sell til Public Outcry, for cash,
at the late residence of L. Hayue Culler, de
ceased, on Tuesday, the (tin Jnnuarj*, 1874.
the Corn, Fod<ler, Peas. Cows, Sheep, II >gs,
Itiiggtc, Wagon, Tiriib'ir Curt, Household
anil Kitchen Furniiitre of the Estate of the
said L. Hayue Culler.
JAMES W. CULLER,
nov 28?fit Administrator.
The State of outh Carolina
?llAXfj HlIL'llG COUNTY
In tiii: Court ok Prorate.
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON, Esq.,
Judge of Probate in said County.
WHERBAfti, Mary A.Carroll hath made
suit to me to grunt to her Letters of Ad
ministration ot the Estate and effects of
Jacob CuTroll, lute of said County, de
Til eke are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kintlred nnd Creditors
of the said deceased, lo bo and appear be
fore me at a Court of Probate for the said
County, to be hohlen nt my Office in Orange
burg, S. ('.. on the B'.th day of December
lS7:i, at 11 o'clock A. M., to show cause if
any, why the said Administration should
not be mauled.
(liven under my band and the Seal of the
Court, this 1-ith day of Nov. A. D. 1H7:I,
and in the Q7tlj year of American Inde
j L.S.I AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON,
nov 207-31 Judge of Probate,
Iuforii3 his frio-t U Cut a; .v'dl reoei?e
in Lie iidili of Laid inonlU
i.lNECAH LOAD OF Kl'MUCh'Y HOGS
and will keep a supply ?onstnnlly on band
Also n good supply of PINE BREEDING
SOWS nt snme prices.
nov 2-2-tf W. A. MERONEY.
Notice of Dismissal
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN THAT
one month from dato I will file my final
account with the Honorable Aug. B. Knowj
lun, Judgo of Probat0 forOrnngoburg Conti
ly, as Guardian of Georgio Culler, and a??k
lor I.oilers of Dismissal.
CHARLES W. CULLER,
nov 22?It ? Guardian..- .
DR. C, K. TAI?Mil.
LEWISVILLB, 8. C,
(ST. MATTHEWS P. O.,)
jmie 5 1873 tf
TESTATE of John M. Irlcfe.?
JQj All persons having demands against tk<0* -
Estate of JOHN M. lEICK, deceased, ore
juestcd to present their respective Claims,
properly AMeStcd, to (lie- undersigned, or*
will be debarred payment./ ,;?: ,
Notice is hereby given to afl jcouc'ernea,
nt on the ?mli day of December, A. D.
187?, the midorsigned will file their Final
Accotfmg as Kxucutors of the Will of tho
said John M. Frick, and #111 apply to tho
I'rubatc Judge of Orangeburg County, for'
their final discharge
W, 1$. SfACtf,
JO/IN a. M HATQLER,
? Qualified Executors.
Oraiigcbtrrg Co., S. C, Nov. 27, 1873.
nov ay. m it '
Tbc Undersigned has opened an OFFICE
for the SALE of LASIX
Person* UaTihR. TWAlr ?8tate to dls
pose of will do vrell to register the same'
for sale. .
LARGE FARMS subdivided and sold Irf
either LARGE:or small partelj.-} ( >
noon FARMS . for. sale at Jfri>n$f tt" $6
per acre, on easy terms.
AUGUSTUS b. KN?WlTON.
nov 1". fsUfJt*^ ^Jlff
If yon have More Land than
you can FAT TAXES on, Register i* for
sale at the LAND OFFICE *f
AUG. b; KNOWLTOW.
Jf yen have J.chk Land filmn
you want. BUY MORE at the ^
LAND OFFICE of
AUG. R. KNOWLTON.
IT you have no Lnnd, go Bny
as much as yon want on EASY TERMS at
the LAND OFFICE of
AUG. R. KNOWLTO?.
nov 15 , if
OFF ICR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
0*A5GICnt?B<} Cor.S TT,
Octwbcr 21st, 1873. .
Pealed l'rnpo?als will-bo received for ; the
Ilcbnildiug of Dvidge over Reaver Creek at
John Hook's Mill on State Road^^Jjj^f .
Rridgc is to be built NEW, and to bo forty
fect long. Uiils will be received until the*
2-iih N?Tetriter next.
Ry order of tl*u RoanL? e-r*->~T''~-ir~
CEO. rff A
Vieri, of Hoard.
twrr I f WM?! 4
-.. .??fa/mi - rir^- i.-^'i?r
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUT?ITOR.
Ornngebnfg. S. C.r tfor. 1st, 177-1,
To irHXit-Mai H Wfy I nncrrttf r * *
Pnrsitnnt f? Title J'.. chap. Tff. I(#vl?i?l
Statutes S. C, Section f?S requires :
Skc 5$, If any person; critnrp.ui - or cor
poral!! rnflmiionep iTn'y buv e-s-tj "~
any County of this Slate afier tho tfr?t d.y
ot Sept ember in any year, the cuiui.il -r
property rmployc I in- which- stall n->t h,v'-r
been previously listed for taxation in e*tif
Couirty, und -dmir hot ?itltti? ibirt j dofra
thereafter make?aub repurf v> the Auditor
of said t'?Mur>y 'a/1- re^flirett in 'th*-fifty
sixtU Si?Ugi M4^*Al!&f?lh&*h'M
fovfeit and pny Ilse *h<.to rfonrhrrmlrcd.dul
Im*, tvbieh stall be etdlceted by citiiaction
in Hie n wm- of the t'ounty t'oii/ni-f^ioncr?,'
?and paiddikutitlJb CaaWy^J^^r'tk?
exclusive benefit of..)be> Ceunity, % And pr??- .
? cess in such ease may issue rmr <.:" tbtfCour?
of Common rier.s of the County in uhichi
sueb h%ss\hei)#? wa* eommeuced, directed to
the ]>roper ofrtcr/, and be served In any
County of this State."
JAS. Va-h TASSBLy
nor 8?tf Co-. Auditor.
p3 ? ?
JUST OPENED next door to CorneTson's
with a stopk of
Boots and Shoes,
Selected from the Manufacturers ?xpr?5?Ty~
to suit HARD TIMES, both as. ^regards
Q U A LIT! ES and ? R ICKtsV * ? II ? A
To bo sstisfied.that.such is tb?: eaaft thff^
citizens of Orangebitrg and vicinjty aro re
spcctftilly invited tb ealt and examine fcjr
Stock, as 1 hope to be able to show, not only
that there is something "Now under tho
Sun." but also semctbipg to benefit the ?n~
dcrstanding. Call and se?.j 1) Lli fi
T. B. BOYD.
nov 8 . 12m
_ " li
IN THE f OMilOJJ.PLKAH,
V.'illiam C. Hnnc and John K.Hnnc plnintiflTa
aprain.n (lenrge BoHver, as administrator,
oV tho Xstat'u of AYilliom C-;;Cofer, de
ceased, John J. Jackson, Mary A- Weeks,
wife of II. Weeks, A^nno Cofer. ,^aralt
Friy, wife or Jacob Frly. ?'artbA Wcatb
cri-bie, wife of James W* Weatliersble,
1 liumas L. Cofer nod M. Iv. Cofef, defend*
Lopy Summons for llelicf ^Complaln^^ot
T(> THE defendants Thomas L. Cofer arid
M. K. Cofer: g ? \ > A jffi^l"
XTott are hereby ijkmnjotjcd $n? required t(i,
.1. answer the complaint in this action, which,
is filed in the oflicc of the.Clerk^vjrthc Courtj
of Comnmn Pleas for the mad Conniyvnn4 ???
serve a Cony of your answer on tl\Q tttb*crl
liers, at their OfHo? nt Orongehttrg Courts
Itouso So, Ca. within twenty ajar* after.(th?
sci vioo of this hummons tui yon.exclusive' of
tho day of porvioc, and ifjy.tm ftiti to-' nns.W*ri
the complaint within the riino nforc!?aio\ Uto
plaintiits will apply to Ute Courtjfor . tjj* B^ts
lief demanded in tho ?'onjplaint. Si
Datetl at Uraug*-hurg October 2lnl!i873.
pMtftMm & Wbaley
To Thomas Ii. Ccfer aud M, K. Cofcr?
fondants almvo nanu-tl i
Take noTu-o That the rtimVncJ^,,iiira *
plaint, herein, wove Mod Jn the ofiieo o^tii,^
I'lork of tho Court of Common Plean foy. VXS
ang^burg County, at Orangobur? ?S^ntl; C^rn
oHnaon thoUlptduv t>f(M?^'^r 187:*,
B?THEViLLE ^j WHALIOY
Obctocr 22at 1873. 38-61