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BY AUGUSTUS H. KN?WI.TON.
When first I saw Alle on 'twas summer time,
Sweet summer lime:
She laughed, and threw a rosebud in my
Forbear ! said 1?
Ah ! why, love, why ?
. Said she, with sin;pie grace?
I'm sure you love sweet roses!
Red roses in sweet summer time!
<irt! i& T , ii.
Once moro I saw Ailocn it summer lime,
Sweet summer time:
, el Smiled, and kissed her on her rosy mouth.
Forboar! said she?
And why ? Pardie !
Of maiden from tho suniy south !
Do you not love sweet kisses ??
My loving kisses in the summer time V
>\hcn hist I saw. Aileen 'twas wintertime,
I Cold winter timo:
I wr.pt, and laid a white rose on her brow.
Cold! cold!-said 1?
Sweet love, good bye !
? -.o You cannot play with roses now !?
. I Alas! nor feel my kisses now! ?
Kor^hoar my moaning!?
My sad heart, moaning in the winter
A. i . Lvamig Post.
?1^/ T-? _
Look out for cold days that stop up
the head and stay wid you nil widdcr,
end bake you feol berry uncubfordohlc.
In Oshkosh a man has had to go to
prifcon for two years lor merely killing
his wife. *
-re* ?> '
? An Atlanta man wants the thief who
stole his well bucket and rope to come
hacjj; and get tho well, as it is of no us*
Money is the fools' wisdom, the
knaves, reputation, the poor man's
deBiro, the covetous man's ambition ami
tie idol of all.
j Dr. i tJ. F. \v. Audi? ws, an old editor
and ' publisher, has commence;! the pub- j
lication of a Universalist magazine at I
Atlanta, Georgia, called the Jfcitshtyer
of vi' Coi i nant.
When your pocket book gets empty. I
and cvorjbody knows; it, you can put .
nil your friends in it and it won't
'?bulge out" wcrth a cent.
The inventor of bricks of ice cretin is
now applying his massive intellect to the I
manufacture of backs of mi!!; punch,
?which will be so put up as t > be con .*cn
icnt for carrying iu the hat.
A hing Sing convict has lallen heir (o '
?40,000. This will enable him to ply '
his vocation on a grander scale as n \
railroad director or couiothiug of tint I
Df.ak Coffee?We arc threatened
wiih a tas on coflec, and consequently
a rise in the price thereof. What would
Deine use of ''cheap sugar" with dear
coflec? That would l>e the "tail wag |
ging the dog."
"Well, neighbor, what is tho most
Ov a. * ?? '
Chrittiun news this morning ?" said a
gcn.ih.man to a friend. "1 have just
bought a barrel of flour for a poor wo
man.'! 'Just like you! Who is it you
have made happy with your charity this
time?" "My wife:"
The kitchen range in a house at Turn's
river, Is'ew Jersey, the oti or morning
roiuse,d to burn the coal in spite of all
efforts. bTuully on caioful investiga
tion a family of hornets wero discovered
within two feet of tho fire chamber,
busily engaged in plastering the draft,
holo with clay.
Moke Murders.?Information has
been received at (he exocutive office of
two murders, recently committed?one
in Newbcrry county, and tho other in
Marlboro county. On the 2 Ith of De
cember last, Jasper Henderson was shot
and instantlj' killed by James If. Kit
chens, in Newbcrry county. And on
the 3d day of January, Stephen I'.ito
was shot by William Chavis, in Marlbo
ro county. Both murderers have fled
I'rof. Blanchard, of Whcaton Oulle^c,
111., is ciushing out Freo Masonry. In
one of his lectures against the order, he
says, "tho institution is irroligious and
immoral, and that no good man ever
fias been or ever can be a Freo M ason "
Wo'have often gone over a choice lot ol
.eight or ten thousand Masons and pick
ed out two or thrco whom wo thought
wero good-men ; but of course they wore
regular put throats und horso theives
.compared to the pure, sinless Blanchard.
Josh Billings paints this faithful pic
tore of an editor;
"An editor is a mile being whozo
buzihess iz to navigate a nuzu paper.
JIo Writes oditoriak, grinds out poetry,
fnsorts dcths aud weddings, sorts out
innnoskrips, keep? a waste basket, blows
wp the 'devil,' steals matter, lim other
people''' battles, soils biz paper for a
dollar and fifty cents a year, takes white
beans and sass for pay when ho kau git
it razes a largo family, works nineteen
hours out ov every twenty-four; knows
no Sunday, gits dammed hi everybody,
And once in a whih whipt bi sumbody.
Jives pd?r, die? middle age 1, and often
broken hearted, loivos no money, iz ro
ty.rdedfora life ov toil with a short
but free obituary puff in the uusepapcra
Kx changes please copy "
The Southorn Claims Commission to
which it is proposed to refer a 11 claims
' pending before tho quartermitator-geue
i ral and the war dcpartm.uit, has hour be
[ fore it claims to the amount ol 322,000,
000. The average amount thus lar
awarded by this commission is obou:
thii teeil per centum of the sums claimed
1..-i.V. year only 8000,000 ?vre allowed
in cases in which $5,000,000 were
claimed. The tern of the commission
was extended by the last Congress for
THE ORANtiEBURG NEWS
ATCXI'STIJS It. KXOWLTOX,
E DITO K.
Financial Axn . Brsixrss Maxart.ii.
Official I*?i>cr of Iii? State an<3
or Oraiigoliurg County.
#6?- 77/A.' OR A NO Kit URG NEWS HAS
A LARGER CIRCULATION THAN
ANY OTHER PAPER JN TUE COUN
SATUKDAT*, JAN. 17, 1871
No act of the Governor has .i ? ;?
commend d itself to us, the Ropubli
cans who elected him, than his extension
of the time for the payment of taxes
wit Ik ut penalty.
.^??iiie Things for <3se IifgitiS-.i
lurc to E>o.
'Ihr Legislature ?hould pn.*s an act
providing for an amendment of tho
Constitution in regard to the Homestead.
There should be a reason hie homcstca 1
< xetuptiou, but as tin! law now stands it
vTt.rkj a hardship to the very class it
was designed i.o protect. In uino ca?cs
uul oi" ten i!' the land hoidjr refuses to
pay his lubji'u'i'j and takes refuge behind
'he ilouustcad, tho laborers. ::.vt:L go
without (.licit \\~xl carne \ wages For
this an 1 many other reasons the pre cut
lau is eminently unjust and should be
alterod Thu''Act for the protection ol
agricuUur.il laborers" >\i <u.d '?3 amend
ed .-o that ,tho on tract may br criminal
lv cnr.ire.cd, whether it he in ?v?\ting or
not. Ju-lgC-i Mac. key, Ci;'.?iia n and
Mi her ! nv ? held th** the pvial onhae -
riucncc.s of the law follow only wheri
the contract is in writing. ^So th it if
the emphycr s sharp enough to make
his con: fact orally?that is. by mere
word of tcouth -and s disposed to
che I l.i- hands at the en 1 of the
ve?r. t Mere i-. n'> law ?'? pi!:iijh bi-n tot
so dt i ??_'. A II this shoal 1 Im changed.
Cnu'cr lh-se two htwi?the Home
-trad lav and the !..w which is called, in
BtirctiRm evidently, tho ??Law for the
pro'c tin ctf laborers,*' the lab irer has
no protection iflittn-.-r. ' Hri can neither
get jay for bi? labor nor punish the
. utp lover win d ran L. It'll).
Tie Legislature is i le ted by the
people an1 paid l>y the people. Let it
i t > n 'c go to work an I s^elf it cinno'
be Somctb ng to I.c'/t the people.
[ Piom iho itrooklyn Argus |
Wavl, in;:;i'.tu i'ori'or-tp >;itl mi;.'.
f'otwitht landing his idoas of the hu
man race belong i.oa ported of remote
ant quity, .dr. Stephens is always a
geiiileiuun. That is what his Southern
compatriot, Mr. Harris, of Virginia. \
with all his vaunCng. is u t. \\ iine.
Irs .-I;, le of debate :
.'V r. 1 arris?'1 here is not a wh'te man
on tho floor on the other side of the
floiisc who can look me in the face and
say that the Colored man was orcnlcd by
God to be the equal of the while man.
Mr. Hausier (colored member from
South Carolina) ? I can do so
Mr. Harris?-1 am r peaking to white
men. not to you.
The colored member ventures another
Mr. Harris?Oh. sit down! I am
-peaking to white men ? 1 am sneaking
to gent lemon, tint to you.
1 give this simply as a specimen o,
the gentleman's manner. The law of
con pet fittion was beautifully illustrated
yesterday in the reply to Alexander H.
Stephens on the Civil Mights bill by
H< n. Knbirt li. Kilintoi S ?utli Caroli
na. 1 have no person il partiality for
my colored brother. I prefer my white
brother decidedly, therefore accept this
UBtimony as due to justice. I he most
conclusive argument possible in favor of
the Civil Rights Hill iva.s the presence
and words of this colored man in the
llali of national legislation. 'Jo won
flOtll tho n.i st prejudicial foe of his race
the rcluetant praise of having delivered
oue of the niost conclusive arguments,
and one of the most eloquent oration*)
heard in the llou-e of Kcprescntativos
far years. In ooQcluaion roferring to '
the story of Bona and Hath hu stiid
that lor over two centuries his people
had gleaned ni tn0 Holds of their kins
men, and when, like Huth, they found
favor in their?yos. thoy would ho most
grateful, and would repeat tho prayer of
Huth: "Entreat mo not to leave theo
or to return from following after thoe, .
for whithersoever thou goest I will go,
and where thou lodgest I will Im Ige ;
thy people shall he my people, and thy
God shall ho my God Where thou
diost I will die, and there will I bo
At these Words round after round of
applause burst from both floor and gal
lery, which even tho patient speaker
was powerless CO silence. To night tlili
gentlemen is to bo Bcroaded ac his
reddenee in I street. In tho tale of
races llobert TL Flliott is a significant
fact. Neither brown nor yellow, ho is
dcciilcdly a black man. Alert and
muscular in motion, ho has a largo
animal base to his brain, and immense
perceptive faculties. Ho lacks the
beastly mouth aud flattened nose of tho
neophyte of his race. Like all intellec
tual men ho has strong features. His
eyes especially, are remarkably keen aud
intelligent. Graduated from a Kuro
jean university, the possessor of a hand
some fortune, educated and rich, young,
talented and black?tho highest poss
ibility of his race is already consumma
ted in himself.
M An V CI EM M Kit A M ES.
5>os<poB?c ll?e Penalty for
J Tax os.
Wo are informed that the books of
the Treasurer will he open for tiie cil
lection of taxes in (his County on the
12th tust. The time fixed by law at
which the collection without the penal
ty e!< s rs is on tho loth iust . thus allow
ing-ldnys for the peop'e of this County
in which they can piy without tho ad
(!!(!? it of tho penalty. It is evident to
every reasonable man tint payment enn- I
u't be made in that length of tints if all
were at the Treasurers office and he
were to receive night and day without
ceasing one moment. ,lt is unreasonable
to talk about not extending the lithe, it
is unjust, we arc tempted to say that it
is iniquitous. Although some ,v >uld be
prognostics are announcing that the
Legislature will not extend the ti no wo
feel confident that tiny well. No sot ol
men are so lost to ..11 sense of h mor and
so regardless of th? interest* of their
constituents as t> allow such afraTulT'
As the law now stands, the Kxi cutiv ?
officers arc not responsible for tills bin;
aud cannot do 'anything to relieve th
people. The Legislature is alone rc p >u
sible. Thoy should have acte 1 in regar 1
to this before their adjournment, but a?
they did not thoy ought to have met
sooner in this mouth to arrange it. Wc
would therefore advise every ciliy.cn
who cannot pay his tax 'by the 15th
iirt., to wait until tho meeting of :hj
General Assembly, as th y will b ; forced
by public sentiment to arrange ih's mat
ter so as to allow considerable time for
the payment of the taxes. If the tax is
not paid by the loth inst , no one can
lose by waiting an 1 we arc confi.lint
that they will Le relieved of the penalty.
At any rate wo repo.it that the Legisla
ture is responsible for this and they
should bo made to shoulder it. If thay
act prnperly and extend the time for a
month or two, there is no one more
willing to uncord to ihem the credit, due
such considerate .-eti.m, than we are j
but <^if they should so oppress the pjoplc
as to compel the n to p ly the penalty
when thoy could got noohatujj to p iy
the tax we must say th.tt thoy will
i deserve to meet tho stoniest rebuke and
! punishment at the hands of their con
st it tu ots H it we d i not fear this, and.
h n v, we say )">' your taxes before the
i?th i-' you can, if not wait until lifter
the Legislature in ;e s and at least let
them take the rosp.iosibility of siyin^
whether they will relieve you or not ?
Amlerjuii C'oiixcrvut >r.
On Mon lay tho 29th tilt , Mr. (i. A.
Praxler, an old man who live I abi.it
live and a half uiilos above George's
Station, near Or.tngoburg line, w.is shot
dead by unknown parties.
At D.55 P. M. Trial Jnstico Harper
was notified of the murder and proceed
ed at oucu to the spot uoco npaiiicd by
Dr. P. L. Mooror. At daylight Tues
day the inquest was begun, but theafl'iir
had been so adroitly mnn-igod that tho
jury were unable to couio to a verdict
aud adjourned from day to day, hofding
a session as late as Tuesday lust.
From the invostigati in, the foil iwing
facts and eonelusion have been arrived
at. It is supposed that murderers know
ing that Mr. Praxler kept two savage
dogs, went to the potato patoh about
lift ecu paces from tho houso opposite u
window to which they hoped their vie
tint wo ild bo attracted by tho.'dog.s. Mr .
Piaxlor went instead to the end uf the
pi i/.ia and was probably lea'Ullg over to
shoot with his pistol when ho was sll it.
A tnau living not far from tho house
1 wiring iIio noise, went 10 sec what the
maRtcr was, hut upon seeing the body of
MoT. Pruxlor, iled and called hplp. Mr.
Krlixlor wusj found lying on his back
dca|?. lie received nine buck shot iu
the! breast and chest, aud two iu the left
arm! all ranging down.
'Ilhe house had b-?en ransacked, four
st;:|j*s at tho top of tho stairs were torn
Ith an axo, and n general search
s for money supposed to be secreted
clothing however is known to be miss
iogjexcept a pistol This was probably
takeln from the murdered man, ns the
holstler and bolt were found lying on a
tabloliu the house. The body was not
dUtutfhcd ami it pocket book was found
in ihm pocket containing $7,50, all the
Mr. Praxlcr is supposed to have
he potato patch were found tho
ol two persona. The print of a
uceling, probably for steadier aim
iscovcred. Several parties were
d on suspicion, but discharged
lamination, no facts being found
ant their retention.
Praxlcr was an inoffensive,
peacor^Jble citizen between sixty five and
seventy years of ago Tho affair has
cuuscdyhc greatest excitement and eve
ry efforft will bo mad- to discover th?
by a Mad Dog
Mary J. Graves, daughter of
Graves, Esq., from Lay ton,
uuuty, passed through our town
ycstcrdtift', accompanied by her brother,
intake Ahe boat for her home in Lv-sex,
having tust returned from lUehmoud,
\ a , wl^cre. the sought relief Iroui pain,
having jAccu bitten I.) a mad dog on
the CtliV inst. .She Ibuud a mad stone in
the possession of a Mrs. llix, on Kifth
street, N<? 410, Kiehuioud, Va , and had
the slonV applied to her thumb five
limes at ra cist of 515 for caeh applioa
turn. 'J h|o stone lias to remain 12
hours euch* timo and on the first applica
tion alforilcd her ? r at relief, und the is
now in cotid spirits and fee'.ing no pain
or luconvjenieucc whatever from the
The Btifnc is a!.out the size of a hick
iry nut, uad was. formerly owned by Mr
I! tr.i phry ?yv'.e. of Caroline county.
Alier Ids JJentli at :: s.i'e it was bought
Harri.--mi. of Richmond city,
til it, bayjuguaid Sl? ;<)
by n Mrs
who ' fiti
Mi.-; Gravits was iuforncl tl>at tit's
? tone i ad been applied to over JJflt) per
sons, proving entirely successful in
every c.'i-e, no person ever exper dicing
any trouble afterwards from th ? bite.?
Frulcricksoin-ff /lerofil, Dec. SA.
Ann l'.li'/.a Vo i:ig, unictecnth wife f
the much married Mormon prophrt, aud
now iu ?catch of divorce and alimony,
has advanced ns far Lastwud as St.
Louis on a lecturing excursion, her ox
haust)cs3 subject being the m'ijs of M.?r
monism, or of Mormon polygamy. I'roin
(he bri.f rc;:ort given of tho St Louis
lecture, .die evidently speaks as one
having authority. She is "smart." she
is in camcst, she knows whereof she
speaks, Mid she rakos tho polygamous
?aints of Utah fore an 1 aft She de
scribes from experience the heart burn
I ings, the strife, the deceptions, the un
sjeakabc misery and degradation of
Mormon polygamy. She denounces it
us without one redeeming feature and as
utterly diabolical and repulsive. She
rejohes in her emancipation from this
loathsome system of bond ago, and is in
a fairway to turn it to a good account.
It is said that she is on her way to
Washington to illuminate the darkness
of the Mormon system, or many wives
before the benighted lawmakers of
A funny suit against an editor has
been decided in tho Circuit Court at
Waukosha, Wisconsin. The Fays, pro
prh tors of the La Belle Hons.' at Oe
iionmwoo, brought tin action before n
Justice to rod vor 81)7,0-1 for meals and
cigars furnished A shitty D. lltirger,
editor of the Oeouomowoe Tiinca. [lar
ger set up a counter claim of$l(50 for
"pulling" tho La Belle flotiss. JuJg
niunt was loudcrod for the plaintiff and
Mr I larger appoaled to u jury Tho
case excited much interest, I larger be
ing well liked, and having a solemn,
earliest manner of making very witty
remarks, lie testified thit Fay would
s-y to him: "Ilarger, I've got a nice
dinner to-day?coin" iu." ''No, 1 thank
you, I'm going home." Kay would pre
rail on him t?> si iy, and after dinner tho
following colloquy: "Kvorything in
there nil right, Llnrgorr"' Kvory thing
excellent," "Desert all right i" l?IOx
cclleiit." "Ice-cro.im all right V "De
lieions, Mr. Kiy " "Very well, ro n ? n
her thii in your paper next week." In
return ror dinners and cigars, II arger
sa\s he told a great many lies?od it n i
nlly?worth more than a thousah I d ii
lars. Ho would noicr havo presented a
bill f-ir lias ha?! not Fay fallen out iyitti
hi in and wanted pay fir tho dinners,
[larger pjeadcd Iiis own cane, uu 1 the
jury found n verdict for hi.in, which
threw thti costs upon tho hotel keepers
A recent newspaper article says :?
'.'There can l e no doubt that greenbacks
arc conductors id" contagious diseases,
and that persons liao llittg tha n are
extremely liable to take sueh diseases,
especially sin ill pox." This uodoubt is
true?and we now lmvc a startling re
volution to make- \Y?j know tit it it
will not be believed We are a ware
that people will say that it is iuerediblo,
and yot it is a lac' thai we can lay our
hand ou a man who is Willing t> lake
thousands of greenbacks every day, and
stuff them into his pockets, an 1 walk
n round with death fron .vuill p ix st i r
ing him in the face as i e m < >\n inca of
his maddeucJ folly It is d llic it to be
lieve tli.it such a d -sp r i! % au I reckless
person really exists, an 1 yet we kit >w a
man who don't cure how many of these
poisonous greenbacks are secreted in his
clothes, and wh > can have uiilli ns
hurled at him without the quiver of a
muscle. Doubters can be convinced by
calling at this oflicc with u greenback
for the purpose of experimentation.
Large denominations aro preferred by
this extraordinary man.
The Tadlet relates a story ol* a priest
w ho had a coughing congregation, and
who cured them thus Nu sooner had
he censed to.speak than tiugular to relate
one cough a'.ier another died out until
soon there was absolute silence in the
church. Whereupon the father said
something to the following e lice I : ?'.My
fr onds. 1 know that in this weather
colds abuun 1, and therefore it is dilfi
cult ft r you to refrain from c ughiug.
Still it i.? impossible for me to pru-ich
and y. u to counh at the same ti ue.
j Let us conn . tli n to a mutual agree
ment, sti that you may cough and i may
j pi each with.nit dis'urbi.ig eiich other
1 will speak, say, for live or ten iniuutcs
I at ii tune. When I raise uiy haulkor
chic'', there Will h? an interval all iwe I
j fur coughing. As soon as I let it fall, I
j will resume uiy sermon, aud \ -u vm.
silcucc." The plan tuccccdod adtnira
j A Kreuch periodical .-tatestb.it th"
i sale ol* u: tificLi ey.:s in I'arts ;:tn iu'it;i
j to i'>!) a week. Tho pri icipal nlne-j of
I . ? 1
i sslc is a haudaome saloon, where the
i Ki-i.fi nH'.U jiil 'v<. 'oji- ...? - \vi>t -.?.?-L...??
ton.eis wishing to l uv fi-st judge of the
cffcci of the a: Ii. in] rye Ly placing it
in the man's ouifdy socket. The i est
made eyes commaiul a high price; bet
poor I.Iks eau be fitted with roe nd
hand eyes an what is c dl d "reasonable
terms." The L inau 1 for artificial eyes
is much greater than w nild commonly
l e supposed, and largo uumlers are ex
p lie I to India, -i i even to I he S itid
-?- is - - ? <tici?- ?
The slavery unction is now seri msly
discussed am ?ug the slave-owners of Cd
ba. According to telegrams and !e:to;s
from Spain, the government is deter
mined to bring th'c question before the
Cortes for action, but desires the slave
owners to proposesotu^j plan making the
abolition of slavery a certainty without
injuring seriously tho agricultural pras
perity of the island. Many prominent
slave owners are in favor ot* treating the
slaves like contractu I (Jhinam ? i It is
doubtful whether tlic C utes would .iane
tiou such or similar plans. The num
ber of members of the llavaua Abolitiou
Society is increasing.
if you want WOKK DO-MO
in bBoumc and Carriage Paint
ing go to
J. A. VILLUKS.
Kxperienee a-l yean*. ItcHi
?leuce on Market Street.
jan 17 IrtTl Id
CO 1?A It TX ? St.SIII P.
The Undorsigued having this day assooi
ated with th?m Mr. ROBERT COIM^S, the
business will hereafter be1 conducted under
the firm uatne <d Mo:-KLEY, 'tROOK &
j w. mosfley,
V.. k. oroi >k.
January 1 Ith, 187 I.
All persons Indebted to the old firm of
MOSELEY & CUOOK, will make i nun ?di trie
pay mi nt und till debts duo by said Arm will
be' paid by the linn of MOSELK V, CUOOK
\ COPES. *
W. -I MOSELEY,
W. K. CltOOK.
January l lib, 187 I.
Special nt tent ion is called to our full
variety of LAN* BUKT IIS ti WIDEN SEED.-',
jan 17 1S71 :*t
WAknock AND \\ IFE, vs. THE EXECU
TOUS OF .1. A. FAULER.
By leave of the t'ourt of Prohatc made in
this Case we will sell lot* Cash at the Court
llmise the following Notes belonging to
1. Note of W. t . Nun-is. for $-'7 ;hr>,
?J. m Same ?? " $10 <i ?.
:i. " F. Ilaeol Alston, $ 12 R2,
4. " *? ol It Shuler !i J. Hurt. $ to 00,
.'). ?? ?? .). It. Sleeker, lor S I I? till,
ti. ?? ?? Same for $800 Ol) with a Credit of
W. lt. PAK LEU &J. B. SlNGLETAltY,
jan 17 1H7I It
II* you have Less Laud than.
you want, i'L'Y moke at tlic
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thati all other Buchus comliined."
Price, One Dollar per Dottle) o: .Six Hol
lies for Five Dollars.
I^ejiot 101 Dunne St.> Mi Y.
A Physician in attcndiuioo to answer cer
r< spondetiee and give a tvivo gratis.
JJ?SS*"Scnd stamp for Pa.piph.let, fre ? o>u
Nervous & Debilitated
of Horn sexes.
So Cluirf/e /?/,? Aili!ice anil Ctnitnllafion.
Dn. .1. !'>. Dmrr, graduate of Jo Person
Medical College Philadelphia, author of
several vnhisblo works, can be cor ulted on
a!! diBcar?3 of the Be'xintl r?r Uriul ry Or:
gnns, (which ho has made an o^pe'oinl study )
cither in male or fciiintb, no matter fiiuu
what cause originating or of how long stand
in^. A practice ?f 'hi yeiivj? enables, him to
l real disease-* w-ith susie; *. Cures guaran
teed. Charges reason able. Those at
distance can forward letter describinc y:'e
toma and cMc'r ir\ct .mo to pvepny jlojifigc
.Send io: the ?uu e TO H PA LTD.
J. V.. IiVO' T M. D.,
Phj : ein i and s-"iti-.;
10. Diian S". , New Yyrk,
inn 17 1171 0_j 5
cor NT v 6 F 0 K A NC ebtj lit 1.
Is thk Common I'j.kas.
Ki-l\trlt M iry Merchant, Adiu's John
Ry virtue of an order of the Circuit Coir',
I w.il .-eh -it public .oiler/. 011 the tin'
M011.!. v in February, 1874, iliiring the
legal hour? -t - '!e. cerium CHOCKS VS
AjCTIOS lieimi diij? Ii Hi? Instate of the litte
JOHN m A Hi It ANT, deceased, to;- cash.
A foli Ijsi ?f ti" sinne c/iii 5?.' i?een at niy
otliea, an t will ou exhibited 0:1 t lie d.iy 1 f
GEORGE LOLIYER- C. C. P.
jaii IS 1^71 .4
By virtue of the power vested tn me as
Executor of ttie last Wilt and Testament *t
Ann Berry, deceased, I will sell for the pur
poses of paying the Debts anil Liabilities ot
the said Teil 11Irix. at Orhngeluirg C. 11.. S.
0., "ii the first Monday in February next,
Hie followidg P-t.1 P.statc of said deceased.:
1. All that tract or parrel of land situate
in the County and State aforesaid contain
ing one linn I red and sixty-five acres more
or !e s, bounded i'ast bj Homestead tract
of It U M iteiry, VYe.-t by Estate lands of
Ann Berry, Nortli by Estate lands of Ann
B?rry and South by lands of Emaiiucl
2. All thai tract or parcel of land situate
in the County and Slate aforesaid, contain^
ing one hundred acres more or less, bound
ed West by Joseph Mo Albany, East by Es
tate lauds of Ann Berry, North by Willi ?ru
McAlhany and south by lauds of Kiuauuel
P>. All that trai t i>r parcel of land situate
in the Couut.y and Siaie aforesaid contiiin
g one hundred and twenty-five acres more
or less, bounded North by lands id' vVilliain
Crimes. West by land-; formerly of Palate
Abrain Edwards, Past by Ii E Berry'and
South by lands fonrfct ly of John Saioike.
Terms?One-t"ird oasdi, balance 1st De
cember next, secured by Bonds of purchas
ers li?.uiintr interest froth day of sails, and
mortgage of the premises. Purchasers to
pay f< v papers uud recording.
? JOHN P. BERRY,
Qualjlied I'x'or Ann Perry, deceased.
Jan'y 1 I, 18*74 ?17?I
persons having any demands against
fiie Estutc of Jacob Carroll, late of Fort
Motte, deceased, will present the same for
payment to W. J. PeTiovillo, Esq., Attorney
at Law. in Orangcburg, or to the Subscriber.
And tlioKe Indebted will make payment to
MABY A. CAHKOLL.
jnn 17 1^7t 4
Aiioliou Nnlc of ValutiblodLaud
in OraiiKeburc County.
There will be ollered for sale at Orange
borg O. IP, 011 Monday 2 jth of January,
all that valuable tract of band formerly the
properly of J. E. L. Ainaker. With Ilm build
ings and improvements thereon. Situate
Lying and billig in Oratigoburg County
Si ate of South Carolina on Saddlers Swamp,
Containing Fifteen hundred and foriy-iwo
fl?-121 acres more or less. Buttius; and
Bounding North by lands of A . P. AiUalcor,
East by lands of'j. I?. Kiitt, au.t .). VVj
dantzlcv, formerly lands of Sirs' P.. Carson,
South by bin ts of .1. P. Ililey, de. eased, and
Estate of L. Sinoko, and West by landa of
Dr. J. Smoke, Mrs. Staly, and, t'apt. Stack.
Terms Cash, purehas^rs to pay for papers.
jnji 16 lSi i ?
-m-Lyij-uiif..;1?! * Iii i mtru
Ifminiu of Juby Wt'okt: Jnu'r.
~j Notice is hereby given that on th?2')th
day of .Tanunry, 1874,1 will Iii? ray final
account as .Administrator of tbe Estate of
the lute Jaby AVetks Juu'r., and will peti
tion for my final discharge.
P. M. CARSON, Administrator.
Orangebiirg Co. 8. C, J'cccmbor 16, 187J.
dec 20 ]873 lm
Oil A NC EBTJ UG COUN IY
GEORGE BOHVERyb. FRANCES L.-TATE^
By virtue* of tbe^uflgmcnf and orders Itt
this action. I will sell at ?rangeburg Court
llout-e, . on tju> firetrMcjnday^n^F^nrarjr
next, during )egal fit/dr*;of $ai? Oit'fpVjblJo
All that plantation or tract of land, con
taining 8?0 acres, iii<)reor<bJS?t situated in
this County, and boundeu by lands, now 9f
!at dv or A'. R. Dash. .I U L'Yvtc, E.itate-of
A S Tut.' und Kst.it of David f h.ilJr.
Terms: One lialf cash.: !ualhtfjA'micredit
of one year, purchase to give botid and
mortgage of pr tnisi-s jAtfebased, to secure*
errd portion of p tire ha so piopey, and to ps.y
for papers and recordin?. The above plan
tation will be sold in (.nrcels, and a plat of
same can bo seen at the ShoriQ'a Ofiice, at
Oranxebure, S, C, , ?, _
ALSO - . ., .
WILLIAM 0. COURTNEY et al.v**. MARY
PRANCES T?TE, CATHARINE
R. T?TE, et at. i'/ ?T**.
By virtue of the judgment and order.in
this action. I will s-1? at Orangeborg Court
House, on the first Monday1 to,* S-jbUJeorp
next, during legal hours of sale, at public
auction. . .
All thnt. plantation ' or tract of land, con
taining 2'07 acres, more or iosk, situated in
this County, lately known, as;-^ho.Estate
lands of the bate Alexander S T?te, .de
ceased, and l.oji'.ded by lauds noworlatply
of .1 11 P Tatc, Peter W Avi?g'-r. Mrs
lieorge Thorn-son, and Estate' Of-' Varte?
Thompson, .utttl by Suntee River (oxcoptiOg
a certain tract, containing llit^dweljing apt*
J-o Hen s, marked " A-" on plat' of the said
lauds, made l>y S R &" W A Mellichahip,
Surveyors, and dated Decrtnsb-?r 11. 1873.)
The suid planiiition ?ill l?e swjdin?parcel?/
and a jdat of the same can be seen at tbo
Sheriff's olHcc, OnilTfrcourg, SC.
Terms t?One-half, cash, ami ffio^bStaBbo
on a credit of t.velve mouths, -?fecure'd by
bonds of perehusers and mi>r?gago1-.>pfn
premises purchased, with covenant tor re
sale on breach of condition of land, and
purchuseiv to pay for papers and reerrT drug;
J 1' MAYS, .......
siheriffs OPicc Oi au.-rvtmrg SC.. .tf.tiua'r/
' ? -,kt!*?W ?d
i:xccatlor*s Notice oi3al<*.
By or '- r i>f the Court of Vri.halv,, L.wiil
sell at Fublic S .le. ...n the H'th dny of .Janu
ary, inst.. at mo late Residence of K.cbard .
Vagnli, die-a-eil. in 'nis loraugrburj-j
County. !."! the 1'ei- t,ro^eV^.*f'\cefit
l.'otion) bc'p-sCmr. i i the. E.-aat*,of sail
dot..d. .roar:-ting'of ??f^sF1
t0 head""' 'V-.'.tr!"\'0.VlV!ishi oV?Sw mote
ur )e.;y. 2,000 lbs of rudder more or W-sji, /
Cotto.i Seid ?rarvett I ml es, one fine Sot of
Mill RoJi:-*. one fine double h.-trrelietl Gin,
1 Eufgy - ttii; fi'i", lot of Poultry, Horn-c
hild and.., Iii) c ha? '" i ?''tare y-,\ ??ot'?r
art lolltoo teiiiom to m-Jatioa. i-- - a>a.
JAMES A D?N't y.LKlt,
Qnn'ilieU Executor v**
cf .Richard M.".grill, deceased. -ZV
jan lfr.h " T874 ' 2tf
?-r gf A T i??<- !
sut'Ti L QAliQBtS?
ir," THE ' OMStON n.KAS,
V ii! a;.i c. il.iia: 1 Jt.J tj K. Pane plnfriliH7?
ag inst t.ieorge Eo.l.ivcr, n? atlnunisiralor,
oi the '?>iatf oi Wiiiiuni SJYTptiler, de
ceased, .lohn .1. Jackson, Mary A Weekx,
wife oi II. Y?"t-cki., A'-na Cofer, ..Marah
Friy, wife of.Jaeidi Friy, Martha "Weath
er hie, wile of Jain6? \V* Woathenibie,
Theinuts L. Cofev.^jid M. K.Cot'er, xUcfyud
ants : as- 'n
t opy Summon.'* for Relief (.Complaint not
TO TU F. defendants Thomas. L. Cofer and
M. K. C?fer: if fft) t <H5
"**?rou are hereby summoned and required to
i answer the complaint in this action, which,
is tiled in the otiiee of the Clerk, of the Court
of Common' Pleas for the said County^aftd to
serve a Copy of your anuwer on the subscri
bers, at their Office ' at Orangebiirg Ceurt
hu;:i>i' Sc, Ca. within twenty dayr. after the
service of this suinmons on you exchisive of
the day of servief, aiul if you fail to answer
the complaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaint ids will apply to the Courlffcr the Be
lief demanded in the Complaint.
Dated ",t Orangebiirg October 21 s\ 18Z3.
' OKTicvillc & AVhaloy
To Tiiomas L. Cofcr and M. K. Cofer, de
fendants above named:
Take notice That the summons and Com
plaint, herein, were filed in the office of the
Clerk of,thc.Coijrt of QoinjuoprJ^JefAfoxj Or
angeburg County, at Orangeburg'-Smith Car
olina on the 21st dav of October 1873.
Obctoc-c.22.st 1S73. . 38-?t .
AT ? ijj^srj
Who Ii um ju^t received a Large Supply oC
w ell-atported ? ? \ 9 ' .?.' : f? * .\.*\ WM\ W
BBIAB ROOT FIFES,
CUTLERY. .,. , . , . _
" PER F ? M E ft Y7
FANCY CAN I) t ITS,
( HlllM'MAS PP.ESENTS, &c. ..^
- ? ? 1 "*-wm
A. Complelc Stock of
?RUOS and MKDIC1NES,
toe numerous to mention.
Call soon and yoii.wiU.ge^barfi6inS?: J?. hAll
At .Frivai?> Sjale^
J. the Estate of the lalo Col. Keitt, and.
known as the DABBY PL-'ACE. Tho tract
oonsists of nbout ("GO acres, one half well
Timb-jrod, the romainder Rich, 'Bed,> Lbab?
Si.il, adapted to Crops of all kinds. These,
are the Finest Lands ja? the District, and
led at $20 per acre in 18l!l>. Would
were valued at !r<20 per
be sold for. one-halt tl
fourth cash, tlie renmif
be sold for. one-Jiall tl^-( ^rioojiiow.?/ One
air or In tilrcc instal
ments bearing interest from ...dato and ae...
cured by mortgage of the satrir?.
This is a splendid chance for anoryno de
fdridg td s^iYc-lttclrtWftlsm^WliT-Sr Fbrr-^
I i . Mrs. lt. M. KElTt^ ^v
Or x .1 U KEITT, l. j.