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SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 1874.
im ORANGEBUEG NEWS
. Every Saturday Morning.
^RANGEBURG NEWS COMPANY
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
One Copy for one year.
" ??. ?? 8ix Months. 1.00
Aay one sending TEN DOLLARS, for n
Ulnb of New Subscribers, will receive nn
EXTRA COPY for ONE TEAR, free of
charge. Any ono sending FIVE DOLLARS,
?r a Club of New Subscribers, will receive
cm BXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS, free of
TiATKS OF ADVERTISING.
1 Square 1st Insertion. $1.00
?? ? 2d " . 1.00
A Square consists of 10 lines Brevier or
one inch of Advertising space.
Administrator's Notices, .$5 00
Notices of Dismissal of Gunrdinns, Ad
ministrators, Executors, kc.$0 00
Contract Advertisements inserted upon the
most liberal terms.
MARRIAGE and FUNERAL NO'
net exceeding one Square, inserted without
Tornis Cash in Advance. "SDa
How She Saws Wood.
Didn't Take Any Interest in it
J. FELDER MEYERS,
OFFICE COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
Tfill give prompt attention to all business
?Ontrasted to him. mar 20?tf
Browning & Browning",
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
??a.\?;i:ui?ro c. itjf So. Ca,
Did you ever see a woman undertake
to saw wood ? It is always a little whilo
before dinner, wlion the pics won't bake,
and tlio potatoes absolutely refuse to
come toetho boiling point, and the only
stick of wood is exactly three incites too
long. After vain attempts to prove the
elasticity of matter by putting a two,
font three-inch stick, into a two-foot
stove, she goes out to the saw horse
puts her knee on tho refiactory stick in
the very way she bits seen some men do.
Hut the edges of the wood are sharp
ind she takes it down again with an
ejaculation, and with a growing dis
regard for appearance, puta her foot on
it instead. 11 cr hair never foils to come
down at this juncture, and she has to
stop and twist it into a tight knot he
liiud before beginning to saw. Here
tho saw commences u frantic jumping
and skipping on itsowii account, ami the
feminine mind being concentrated upon
keeping up the foot that is up, and
down the loot that should be down,
until, in nn unlucky moment, the center
of gravity is lost, the stick flies up. end
launches a blow at her nose just as some
body is going by. She stops and pre
tends to be looking for something, while
dark thoughts of divorce nnd separation
(i*.*!! through her mind, nnd she vows in
her innocent soul that she will never at
tempt to saw wood again if there is
never any dirtier. Hut her pride and
her dinner are at stake, and nil her
native obstinacy conies to tho surface ;
she will conquer that stick or die. Fired
by a new fury, she succeeds in sawing
two thirds of the way through, and
breaking off the rest of it?it is a rotten
rail?she noes into the house to find the
potatoes boiled dry, and th* pic in n
state of Kodden uncertainty. The child
reu como home from school, and th
Lusbu^;'-- from hjk^].Mjft and fj
A Visit to Stokes.
Whi'e Mill a very young man, on ac
count of his uncommon ability and legal
acquirements, Mr. Richard Bolman wan
made judge of one of tho eastern cir
cuits of Virginia, in the year 18?.
Having hitherto led the life of a student
and a Echolar, ho hnd no extended repu
tation except among his brethren, aud
as connected with the profession, and
had never yet boon in politics. Short
ly niter he went on the bench, a most
cold blooded and cruel murder was per
petrated in his distriot by a very noto
riously bad man. The murderer was
apprehended, tried and convicted of
murder in the first degree. Judge C
procccdod to poonounco the sentence
the first ho had ever had to, which he
bod prepared with great care, and, as he
had himself said, the best of which he
was capable, and which he had i n simi
lar sentences been obliged to make tho
b.iris of them all. Suo'i was the solom
nity of tho oooasion and the fervid elo
quencc of tho judge, that all who listen
ed to the sentence passed were moved to
tours?all, except the prisoner at the bar
who was observed to be looking at tho
ceiling and to pay no attention whatev
or, appearing, wholly indifferent to what
was going on. After he had heon re
manded to jail, one of tho junior mom
bers of th? bar bavins his curiosity ex
cited, and Judge C also wishing to know
what effect his eloquence had upon the
criminal, went into the cell where tho
prisoner was and inquirod of him how
he felt when Judge (\ was passing sen
tence on him.
'What?'said the criminal, 'what do
'I mean when the judge was telling
you that you were to be hung, and urg
ing you to prepare for the awful doom
Edward S. Stokes is still in the Siug
Sing prison hospital, with asthma, and
chills and fever. When he arrived at
the prison he was assigned to duty as
clerk in tho cigar manufactory, but on
the following day ho waa taken to tho
hospital upon the recommendation of
Dr. James R. Wood, of this city .
Yosterday a Sun mporter ob
tainol permission from tho prison
physician to enter the hospital.
There aro several bad cases of typhoid
fever there," said the physician, "and
there have been several oases of doath
in that room lately. I warn you in time.
Will you go?" The reporter went.
Four convicts lay on oots near *hn door.
The phy/ician thought that the fever
would soon finish them. As the rcpor
tor glanced around the room he heard
the familiar voice ol Stokos Baying,
"llelloo, old fellow ; come hero."
Stokes wore the regulation bed tick
shirt, aud was tucked under throe or
four army blankets. "Great God !" said
he, after shaking hands with the rcpor
tor, "isn't this ud i.wful place 7 Thiuk
of it. Hero I am kept in a room where
there are typhoid fever patients. Last
night two men were carried out dead.
Oh, what I would give to get out of here,
I hope I si.all bo well euough next week
to go into one of tho shops I l ad u j
terrible shake last night, l'vo hud the
?hills and fever and asthma ever since
I've been here. 1 haven't complained
any, and will isk no favors "
Stok'-s' faoe Roomed flushed, and he
said his oyesight was failing fast, lie
could scarcely raise himself in his bed,
and while he was bolstered up and could
lock through the barrel window he said,
"I wish I was out there " The rep ?rter
told him that-In^ersoll andlia rrington
haiL^Rgt i^f^in the prjC^o. :
Bas he a Call to be a Husband.
Has ho a call to be a husband who
thinks more of his horse than his
Has he a call to be a husband who
spends six evenings out of the week
away from home, and oomplains because
his wife will go Thursday evening to
prnyor meeting ?
Una that man a call to be a husband
who comes home with a faco as sour as
the last of tho pickles, and expects his
better half to be sweotnoss personi
lias he a call to be a husband who
akeB elegant presents to other ladies
and grumble if his wile wants a new
Has he a call to be a husband who
swears if the one hundredth button is
missing nnd never speaks a word in com
inundation of the ninety and nine that
remain immovable ?
Has he a call to be a husband who
never buys a book or a picture to make
home attractive and still wonders why a
I woman can't be contented to stay at
home seven days out of the week, aud
ever singing. 'Them's no place like
Has he a call to be a husband who
comes to the table with tobacco-taine l
lips (those lips for which swcot kisses
should ever be in waiting) and turns
away in ui.-gust from a greasy spot on
his wife's apron 7
Has he a call to be a husband who
loses money by betting on elections and
horse races, and when hu becomes in
volved attributes it to his wife's extra
Defrauding Insurance Companies.
Aron Harris, who kopt a cigar store
in New York, was, last woek, upon con
viction of perjury, sont by Reoorder
Hncket to the State prison for ten years
The crime whiah led to tho punishment
of this prisoner was one whioh has of
lato been not unfrequent?an attempt to
defraud un insurance company. His
store was burned, and he made claim
upon the insurers for heavy loss, that he
had a large amount of property in the
bui'ding. There were grave suspicious
that he had set fire to the store, but ho
was only indicted for the perjury, of
which offence he was convicted. In
sentencing the prisoner the recorder
cnid he had no doubt that he had corn
mitted both arson and perjury, and that
he had done both in order to succcsful
ly obtain money by fraud. The sen
tence imposed was to be a ponalty oor
responding to the magnitudo of the
crime, and was also intended to deter
others from the com mission of similar
offences. Hence ho imposed the longest
sentence permitted by the law for the
orimo of pprjury, of which the prisoner
had bocn convioted.
The pleasures of home aro uot suf
ficiently understood or cultivated,
is strange that wo should pay so much
io tho nflsje extern^
Emmigration to Georgia.
When the Rea ir perfectly clear and
transparent, it allows the eye to distin
guish objects at a very great depth.
Near Mindorn, in the Indian Oocan, the
potted corals aro plainly visible uodor
twenty five fathoms of water. Tho cry
stalline clearness of tho Coribbcan Sea
excited the- admiration of Columbus,
who, in the pursuits of his great discov
ci ies, ever retained an open eye for tho
beuuties of nature. In passing over
these splendidly adorned grounds/ sayis
Schopf, 'where marine life shows itsolf
in nn endless variety of forms, the boat,
suspended over tho purest crystal,seems
to float in tho air, so that a person un
accustomed to the scene becomes giddy*
On the clear sandy bottom appear thou
sands of sea stars, sea urchins, mollusks
and fishes of a brilliancy of color un
known in our temperate seas. Fiery
red, intense blue, lively groen, and gol
den yellow perpetual vary; the spectator
float> over groves of sea plants, gorgo
nias, corals, nlbyniuins, and sponge*,
that afford no less delight to tbo eye,
aud are no less gently* agitated by the
heaving waters, than the most beautiful
garden on^oarth when a gentlo broeso
passes through tho waving bough.
\ni|0j? K<\ '
yourclothcTwiTh the vilest-of
Perhaps you will reply that thetc
arc cases for cigar holders?I know it.
Then \ou Wast have in your pocket,
A cigar case,
A cigar holder,
A case for the cigar holder,
A box of mutches.
A man is no longer a smoker?he be
comes au cxprcssmau.
MEDITATIONS OF A SMOKER.
The Cigar?is Man.
I smoke?tKcreforoI am.
Tho cigar distinguishes man from the
Tell mo what you smoke and I will
tell you you aro. As tho master, so the
To smoke?is to Hvo.
The man who smokes not is deprav
The cigar is the expression of socie
ty* J W ? ?
Tho cigor ennobles.
If Equality wore banished from the
rest of the earth it would still abide in
the light given by one smoker to anoth
Lovo dies, youth fades?tho cigar re
Who has smoked, will smoko.
Nothing is bettor than tho first cigar
of tho moruiDg?unless it be the last
pipe of tho evening.
There is a God for smokers.
No atheist smokes.
Could woman smoke she would be th c
equal of man.
A man's nationality may bo known by
tho way ho holds his cigar.
Who smokes, prays.
Happiness is like tho cigar?there
should always bo a store iu resorvo.
A freo translation of donee cris felix :
Cigars aro plenty when the sky is fair,
When olouds obscure it lliey become more
It is easier to give one's last sou than
one's last oignr.
The wise man husbands his time and
Two signs of misfortune?to upsot a
salt cellar and to break a pipe.
To drink alcno is a vice?to ?inoke
alone is a virtue and a pleasure.
'? i . tf? . 1 St*?> '?? b ; ??
During a drunkciurow at Dorchester,
Ontario, on Christmas, between colored
; ud white Hicu. one of tho latter, name 1
Well, was stabbed and killed.
During r.n attempt to rescue three
]< ughs in Jersey City, tin Christmas, the
father of one of them whs struck on the
luad b\ a policeman, and will did.
The wholesale drug h nisc c
I'ulloch, linger & Co.. Nash v ill
nes.-ec. was burned tin Christmas
S20,OU0 ; it so ran eo 8-1 .?0?
Franklin, of Philadelphia
During a drunken quarrel in I hid ford,
Maine, on ( hrbtmns, 1 'utrich llobbius
fatally Rtablcd Joseph Satisioti. Ho
also stabbed his wife in the arm, sever
ing all the veins.
The second floor
in II u Halo, New
mates to the bii.*:0tncut
.Jennie Griffin was killed, and several
A false alarm of fire on Christinas
uight iu Hufftdo, New York, caused a
rnon necessaries of life. In his pockets
were found an empty purse, an empty
tobacco pouch, and four postage stamps,
"e said he was unmarried, had n )
friends neater than Lower Canada, and
was ci;d< uvoring to reach Saint Louis.?
Itlniii IVho Know Exactly
Wlial to ?!<> ni a Fire.
iasi oauipai^u have now ITceW titlbllcd,
aud all binds and debts against which
there wns the least suspicion havo been
swept away. The tax act has also been
ratified iu both house', and is the sum
as last year; to wit, fifteen mills; twelve
for dificrcul State purposes, an 1 .three
i'or county. Ilotli tho debt and tax bills
havo been approved by the Governor.
The Legislature adjourned on .Mond;
1 .st till January 20th.? Walierbtro
er< .night have boon a disastrous
fire o? Fourth ?treet un Saturday but
for the heroism displayed by a man
named Swcc'man. Uo was
?long when he saw little fla
sround the chimney, and he dashed into
tho house. He shouted "n>
house rang, while h
Membcis of EDISTO LODGE, No. C3 I.
0. 0. F. are requested to meet at il,?ir Hall
on Monday, January 5th, 1874, at 7 o'clock
1 ? M. Be punctual.
By order of the M
?I i? I o.l-e ,,f ilMaiuu
\ ork , g i vo Way on
precipitating the in
A girl named
panto among a crowd of persons engag
ed in a dance nt Keller's Hall, and in
the rush to escape from the building
several persons jumped from the windows
of the second story, and were seriously
Karly on Christmas morning in Hos
ten, Massachusetts, Antoino U. Lluettlo
was shot and terribly mutilatod by
Joseph Q lleguer, both young Ger
mans. Hcgner cou fosses
CO... Illlt LI 11;
shooting match on Christmas
Jife emoker is master of the situation.
Tn vain attack or combat it?the ci
gar pursues it onwatri way , throwing
day, at Riga, a village near Dayton,
Ohio, two brothers?John and Henry
Stowe?quarreled about loading a gun,
and John called Henry a liar, when
Henry drew a revolver and shot John,
killiig hint instantly. The spectators,
being much excited, can ? ht and hung
Heory to the limb of a tree, and when
he was taken down Hie was extinct. Too
much whisky caused the mischief.
James Gallagher, of No. 30 Pearl
struct, Hrooklyn, returned home urunk
eurly the morning after Christmas, and
assaulted his wife, dragged her from her
bed and threw her down a second flight
of stabs. Supposing he had killed her,
he returned to his room, took an Kulield
rifle, and. shot himself in the stomach,
inflicting n wound from the effect of
which ho died in forty five minutes.
His wife was sovc.ely, though uot
The Oraoge Hottfl r\t Toiner's
seized a bureau
and threw it over, he called to one of the
fitmib) to go and sound the alarm. Th
bureau was left lying on the floor, and
Swcetman gathered up a table and ran
into the yard. He sent a small boy to
sound another alarm, aud ran in and be
gnu racking n bed stead to pieces, at the
same time ordering the women to throw
everything out of doors, lie got the
bedstead down aud ran out doors aud
rushed a third boy to a fire alarm box,
then went iu and carefully brought out
the Wood-box and a floor mat. The wo
men were meanwhile shoving the par
lor furniture out doors, and as soon as
Swcetman hud flung the looking glass
through the back window, and torn the
baby's crib to pieces, be ran in and
helped them while another incssengor
was Bent to jerk an alarm out of a letter
box on the lamp post. While Sweet
man was thus working heroically, anoth
er man had climbed upon the roof with
a pail of water, and pot out the fire, and
three or four men came upon the scene
just in time to prevent Sweettnan from
throwing tho piano down the collar to
give himself room to work.? Exchange.
A man in Orango County, Vermont,
has published tbo following:
Whereas the Old Woman known ns
my Wife, in consequence of attending
the Powwows of tho .lumpers nnd the
Howlers and tho Cat Humors, has be
come en tirely Sencelcss Crazzy and
Reckless and does nothing but run up
nnd down the road and Circulate the
Most Infamous Lies Concerning mysslf
nnd others thus accomplishing my Ruin ,
therefore I forbid nny one to harbor or
truet her on my account.
W. N. O.
A FISCHER, Seo/y.
Such of our CLIENTS as are interested in
CLAIMS ngjiinvt the CITIZENS SAVINGS
RANK, now in Rankruptey, are requested
to come personally with their CLAIMS to
our Office on Monday. 12th inut , on which
day wo will have arrangements made for
t lie proof of their Claims in proper form.
IZLAR Sc DIBRLE.
Oraiigcburg, S. C. Jan'y '2, 1874.
ty, 1 in iil on a ar.
l.i.ml Sth>n>l T<t.r, Dlttritt JV'e. '10. ?Good?
land, 1 mill on n dollar.
Local SchoolT<ix, DUirlit A"t>. '21.r~Hebron,
i mill on a dollar. ?
y.-.cii/ School j'<u, J/t'jtrict *i~o. '22. ?Hockey
(?rove, 1 mill on a dulfir.
Tax [?iiyrr1? must call for IheTux ?m each
piece of property in (h? towns hi pa where
I will collect Taxes as follows.- At J.
(lamp Felders Store, Tuesday and Wednes
day. 13 and 14 of January 1*74.
At Rranchville,? Friday and Saturday, 16
and 17th of January 1S74.
At Lewisvillp, Wednesday and Thursday
'2\m uud "JJd, January 1S74.
At Fort Moit, Friday, 2)\, Jiumry 1374.
At D-niel Livingston's Mill Thursday .ml
Friday 2Uthand Goth, January 1.S71 and on
all other days at Oraugoburg C > irt H.> use.
J. L. IIU.UDERT,
dee 21 1 !>7;j
The Savauuah News says. 'The
steamship Saragossa, whioh arri ved here
from I?abimore an Wednesday, brought |
out sixty steerage passengers, thirty
Gve of whom wero Gorman immigrants.
The party was composed of men, women
and childi c n, se.voral of the latter not
over six months old. Tho men were nil
youug, hearty end robust-looking fel
lows just the class of immigrants we de
sire to sec settle in the South. Some
of them had been in the Frauco Germau
war, and had becu discharged but a
short time previous to leaving the "old
and these wore the regular
Some of them -also had
marks' "r;f valor, in tho_J^
Didn't Want to. be Left
Greua k\: A. J .
of the crop of
executed c. .\.
near the n
lloehetl -I Males
Corn, 7". Mitsbels
'JtliMbiy of Janwirr rs7 |
'donee of Mr*. Frances A..
fCiittnn, loo Hustmla .,|
of Itiee, ! ?<?() nss ,,f M. ,|
Cotton W?0 lbs of Fodder, and a lot of-otto,,
beed ol the crop of John .Sellers on Liena
to> (..em I!. Coiueltou ;u?I C.
On Tuesday Iho filh January IS7( at
l.ewisville ?"> Rales of Cotton, about iltl
Ilushels of Corn, about '2()Qd il>s Foddor, ?>
Bushels of Rice, of the <;ropof Win. Stack
on Liens to Bennett Jac >bsi>n,
At the Fame place about (100 lbs seed
Cotton, and lt? Itushcls of Corn of t he crop
of John big^ons on Lien to Uennatt Jacob
of Orangcburg Coun
ty aro request eil to MEET in Orangcburg at
the Court House at 12- o'clock on Monday
the 5th inet. A full meeting is solicited us
important matters will be presented.
FAL L S. FELDER,
A I>. FREDERICK,
J. W. MOSE LEV,
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
W. F. BARTON,
L. R. BECKWIT1I,
T W. (1 LOVER,
W. M. IIUTSON.
persons uaving claims ngainsf
Kstate of the late Am, Barry, are re.,
to present them, aud all persons 'indebted
to said Estate are required to
JOHN P. BEB 11V,
OFFICE OF CITIZENS SAVING BANK
OllANOKIli no S. C.
January 1st., 1874.
Depositors at this Branch arc earnestly
requested to attend a MEETING in Orange
burg, on MONDAY, tho 12th, inst., at 11
A. M. The business to be laid before them
is of the utmost importance. Bring your
BOOK8, or CERTIFICATES of DEPOSIT,
Tfi"?|fV ? , Jab* **?cks Jnn'r.
A J ->otieo is hereby given that on tho 20th
'lay ot January, 1874, I will file my fin,
?he?U SSt ^tf?1-*??" of.hcKsfate.
the late Jaby Weeks Jnn'r., and will pet
tmn for my final discharge.
P. M. CARSON, Administrator.
Orangcburg Co. S. C. December 15, 1873
dcc -u 1873 In,
Orangebui-g C. ||., sj.
Dec. -Jotii, 1873.
E. L Ciiin.
s. o. c.
Ifyon Iinvo More jLan<l than
you can PAY TAXES on. Register it for
sal* at tho LAND OFFICE of
AUG. B. KNOW ETON
A New Orleans juryman was asked
by the judge if he ever read the papers.
He replied: 'Yes, yer honor; but if
you'll let me go this time Vl\ QOver do
fo any more ,
JAMES IT. FOWLES,
A FIXE BUliOV
dec 1 :<?t f
IV. A. ME RONE Y
By virtue of a certain chattel mortgage
made by James P. Mays and Isabolla his
wife, to George Boliver. and by hin? assign
ed to tho late J. 1.. Janiition, 1 will sell in
front of the Sheriffs office, at Orangcburg,
S. C, on Monday, January nth, 1874,
immediately at the close of the Sheriff's
Sales, one Dark Bay Mare MULE, named
"LIZER." Terms Cash.
Agent for B. Jacobson,
Admr. Ist. J. L. Jamison.
DR. A. C. DUKES'
Who has just received a Large Supply of
BRIAR ROOT PIPES,
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, &c.
A Complete Stock of
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
PAINT and PAINT BRUSHES,
With a largo assortment of other nrticles
too numerous to mention.
Call soon and you will get bargains.
By virtue of Stindrj' Executions to me di
rected. 1 will sell to the highest bidder, at
Orangcburg C. H., on the FIRST MON
DAY in January next, FOR CASH, all
the Eight. Title and Interest of the Defend
ant? in the following Property, vix:
One tract of land containing 160 acres
more or less in Edisto Fork, bounded by
hinds of Jno. S. Bolen. D. P. Murphy, Qeo.
E. Bolen, L. A. Foglo, Est. of Jno. Ricken
baker and P. R. Pearson. Levied on ns the
Mnny years age an Amcnean
sailed from a port in Ireland with
large number of emigrant pas3eugors.
After tho emigrants were all on board,
a headwiud prevented the Bhip from
leaving the port, steam-tugs being then
unknown. But at length the wind
changed, tho suils wero dropped, and
the anchor tripped. The ship waa
scarcely under way when a young Irish
man, looking up through the hatchway,
saw that she was in motion. He rushed
on deok in great consternation. Heiog
in the way of the sailors engaged iu
worklug tV- ship tho mute called to him;
?ct^^d^:' was al
?AI. IN U?E>
A MODEL OF COMBINED ?
Complete-in ?ff its part,, uses the Strabzh*
Eye Pointed Needle, .Self Threading d?r?,
?\ .,oi?le? like jft?^n^^S
?.?clnnesi Has patem eh?^^jffSS
wheel being turned the ?n>?~ , ?v n
?J- .1 read direct nwn l'?5^'oo|. Mnkea?
Kt best mechanical t.-leut i.. a? ?
-Ud Europe, has been devoted ^ottigSfc*
and .imphty.ag our Machines. cZZh,%
on!) that winch is practicable, and di?
pen?,Ug w?b all cr,mplicated BK?fe
generally found in other machines ^*
special terms aud extra in4uc*m??ts U
"ale ...I female agents, s.ova keep^ic*
who will establish asanciea ihi^-L .1''
country nl,d keep ^r LTi^cl?t S?
hilution and sale. County rights R\^ t<>
smart agents free. Ageac/coinpletf oTfi t
furnmhed without aUy extra .^U
Snmples of sewing. de^'pG^
feb 8 Bro??w*J? Vork.
property of (Jeo. E. Bolen at the suit "of
Jno. r. Adilen et. al
Orangcburg C. ?. S. u.. v
Deo l?th, \blS
dec 15 ,d
E. I. CAIN,
In Probate Court.
Jos. A. Keller.
By virtue of an order made in the Court
of Probate, I will sell at the Court House
on the first Monday in January, 1874, for
one-half cash?the balance in 12 months,
und secured by bond ami mortgage of tho
premises. Purchasers paying tor papers
and recording, the following Real Estate of
which Frederick Myers died seized, to wit:
1. 88 acres lying on Four Hole Swamp,
hounded by Mrs. E. Ott'ss land, tho said
Swanip and the rest of the Tract wdiich hns
been laid off for the Homstead aud Dower of
2. 214 aorcs of an adjacent Tract, bound
ed by lands of John Moore and Lovi >Iyern,
and 10(5 acres of same tract admeasured to
to Mrs. Myers for Dower.
3. The remainder on the determination of
Mrs. Myer's Dowor in 162 acres of the
Homestead Tract and 100 acres of the other
4. The remainder of Homestead consist
ing of tho settlement and 200 acres includ
ing the Dower Tract of 102 acres, after the
expiration of tho interest therein held by
Mr. Myers and her children, lid Nov., 18 73.
Dec. 15th, 187?.
Sheriff's Ofhoe, -j K. 1. CAIN.
Orangeburg0. II., S. C, \ S. 0. C.
Dec 10, I B7:i. j
dec 20th 1873 td
MONEY CANNOT BUY IT I
For Sisfat te Priceless 11
RUT THE DIAMOND SPECTACLES WILi
If you value your Fyesight use these Per
fect Lenses, Ground from Minute Crystal
Pebbles. Melted together, and derive their
name "Diamond'' on account of their Hard
ness nnd Rrillinncy. They will last many
years without, change, and are warranted
superior to all others in use.
Manufactured by the Spencer Optics
Manufacturing Co., New York.
CAUTION.?None Genuing unless stasap
ri with our trade mark.
For Sale by Responsible Agents through
out the Union.
E. J. OLIYER08,
Orangcburg, 8. c.
TnE UNDERSIGNED HAS ON H?V?
?I of the various Si.es of the^bev. eg*?
Also manufactures WOOD COFFINS aa
usual, and at the shortest notice
ma? 5 t0f m n , ?' RI<?G8.
mar 5-6m Carriage Manufaeturer
moments, or all the time, than at aLffi.J
cHe. Particular, free. Address
sent- i. ?J STINSON & Ct.,
? -W Portly Maine.