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Tilt United States Commissionsr
oponsd court for the first time in th?
village of Kiogstree.
We ace thai our friend Crews, editor
of tbjijjLaQreDiviUe Herald has been
elected Intendant of tho town of Lau
itmilh.'1 Editors arc'rising.
ThelraaVoT a colored man was found
OB j??a|fr J'B'fbrnihgy'on Mr. George
Coleman's place', near Kingstree. He
h??^ jef been identified.
Iiis Excellency Governor I'losss do
^?Wd-*\j?),niec^o^ej on. f'Kejigion^.'. jn
^0&?r&b fi? night of the 5th jo
The;; iiaty^hird anniversary;, o,!* the
Bible Society was celebrated at Grace
- Church - in'Char'estoo on "Sunday even
ing, with appropriate religious services
Thcro was a large attendance, and a
grent'rieal uf interest was manifested in
.... the Bible eauso.
htftih '? eisirit city express has been ei
tabiisTitd io Charleston to -deliver small
boY^ huhdUs^ and; ordinary packages
fivjfnfahy 'point of tho city to another.
Business - houses will be furnished with
n'card' to be hung ov.t to seourc thu
express wagons. It it expected to be a
success. ,1-'fu^? ' * ??*"?????
' Two swindlers named Boliver arid
Elwort, tried to rob the citizens ol
Charleston and elsewhere by hiring a
etore and buying goods under false pre
ttnMS.' The police laid a trap for them
and'they Were gobbled up before thej
did much harm. : 1 '
Q^fc difficulty occurred .in Uuionville
last Monday afternoon, between a young
Sam namod George W. Fowler and
^lljam Faucett, an elderly eitiion oT
theteounty, in which knives were freely
med, nnd Mr. Faucett was Badly cut in
?wolvc or thirteon places. Fowler was
arroatcd and lodged in jail. Fauoett is
lj^Pg fin a very critical condition. "'
' 'West Point has but nino rum shops.
Marked balls are all the rago in At
Atlanta and Augusta arc devising
means te relieve the poor.
oiJlpm Sharkey, a murderer, was.hung
I? Griffib last Friday. ,jj ?,..,
p*The 22d of February, we uuderstaul
?Jilt be eclobrafediu Augusta by a grand
"military paiado.' ' 1
Ash Wednesday falls this year ou the
l?th^of^o^rupr!^ Easter Sunday
The furoro for diaries ts upon us again .
Tho man who will make a diary that is
"warranted to keep" wins a future.
injAdam *ae 'V.Ar4 IPaa wno rec?ive'd
?. land grant. He was also tho fir>t
man. who was served with a writ of eject
Covington proposes to offer 350,001?
bonus, and Maeon wilLdo Jiomething to
??cnre a .shorter railroad route wost
vtci A suspicious wlfc,v (Onr being asked
'where her buBb: a.' -yaa, replied that
?ihaiWis very much afraid he was miss
icj^i -. . mot! *i
woman's Piaffrage Convention,
recently held in Augusta, Maine, rono
Intiiris wete passed;' pledging the ' as?o
eiatiopi not to cease their efforts .until
the unjust discrlmation in regard to vot
?t i./rhHii.AT.ercoats of Judge Mackoy,
Judge Mogrnth, and Major ?axter,
[.'jstoleo, with others from Colonol It ion'*
?Jthouse recently, have been reoovored
They were takon from the house of
cr.'Charlotte Martin, near Long Bun.
'^^'lA rheumatic grocer is spoken of as the
flioftf polished man. ilis wife bathed
V' him thoroughly with what she supposed
f 4rss a balsamic preparation for hit ills,
e^^od afterwards discovered that sho had
'^?iisad furniture polish.
Giving rosebud dinners is a new'freak
^io.fsshionatts society. The guests are
. composed exclusively of domoisellesjuat
bursting into woman hood to whom
everything is eouleur de rose, and who
arc about to make their debut in sooi
l!J ,~,? 1i. IVO ii'flj UIO'J! ! ... ; [ j Vi ji
? ? r Wto .i?t ?
It is ?nid that the only thing that
worrioa the Grangers is tho fact that a
itn Hain? farmer sell chickens at six eonts
a pound, tho oottoa spinner in Lowell
buys then at twenty ?fivo cents a pound .
A Nebraska, farmer sells corn at fifteen
cents a bushel,a Connecticut tnaohinist
*4<?taja if at ninety ecnts a bushel. Iowa
farmers sell fat hogs at two aud a half
cents a pound, and CaroJiaa planters
e._ buy bacon at a shilling a pound.
A midnight murder wos perpetrated
by disguised men on the person of Kr
, ,fin Baddy (colored,residing afcw.iniles
fn-m Leesville, in WBliamsburg county. |
From the information we can gather it
appears that op the night of tee 83d ult,
whilst the deconsod was . silting ?in his
bouse, a band of disguiee J men approach
j ad the building from all, sides*.and shot
_ the said Ervin, fieddy twice, the last
.ahot taking effect ip the heart. We sr#
not informed of any further particulars
as yet, hence we will defer saying any
thing on this subject for the present.
In tho State Grange, in winch the I
ladies took an activo part, ' ono of the I
members, Mrs. T.gI,\Sj(pitbVthe wife of
the master, offered the following, whhh
was unamiouslj adopted by ft rising
Whereat, 1 be depressed condition of
the planting interest of Georgi* cnl's for
a radical change in our expou ditnres nB
wires and daughters of Patrons; there
Resolved, That the sisters of tho State
Grange^ being in ay in pithy with our ?
.hua^puVig^fiil'or f,ho fy"eareighteen "
1 .hundred and seventv-four, pledge o'u r
selves to buy nothing 'tot' our own use
except cotton, goods, and that we will
use onr influence in making cfclicoos th e
loading dresn among' tho sisters of tho
subbrdinnfe Granges of ueorgia.
T3E ORANGEBUftG- NEWS
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'' UEOKfiE 80I.ITEIS,
Fijjawcial tun Brsixr.is Maxacsb.
Official. Ftiper of the Statte and
of Orunjr;cbur|r County.
TIIK. ORANGERURG NEWS HAS
A LA RGER CIRCVLA TtON THA A'
ANY OTHER rAPER IN THE COIN
viitiDorr it" .sLoor: to avo'i i il t u *
SATURDAY, PKB. 7, 1874.
V X "' ~
RcpublicnniMn is being "done to
death" in the - houso of its friends
From every part of the State and from
a'1 elapses of iho people.?r-from rieh nnd
poor, from high and low, from white
and black, from every man who feels
that property has some rights which
ought to be protected, a howl of iudig
nation is appending to the very heavens,
at the fearful increase in the rato of
taxation and at tho murderous haste in
which the taxes |nre Icing collootcd.
Wc vprak in the interest of the whole
people, but, as a Republican newspaper,
nioro ,especially in tho interest of
Republicans. Wlu are the llopubli
cans ? They arc, particularly, the hard
working colored pt-ople?these consti
I tuff the very blo< d, botie and sinew of
the . eoun ry, and the very heart and
they been emancipated only to}be robbed?
?have they been frc-d from the lush
of the orerscr only to be subject d to
tbe binod sucli .g vampyres who falsely
aud knnyinhly call themselves their
friends? These aro questions which
are now being auked-by tho?e men of
the party who earn the tiioucy which
other people spend?the'men who do all
the real work of the Country aud all the
Voting that umouu's to_unything. These,
t?e say, arc questions which are now
being mtked daily and a thousand times
a day?and next au-iimcr and fall, with
the bltfsing of God and a few pound-, of
quin-ne for the ague districts, we ahall
help*to get them air*ntiswer
Chang and Mug. tho Sia uexo Twins,
arc dead. Chang left property estimate 1
at 832,000, while feiii? 1-fi only about
half that amount. Each left a widow '
Now, is it quite right, conti ler'114 all the
circumstances, for Mrs Hit.; to have only
5 as much as Mrs. Chang?especially at
Mrs. Iv had born her better half of the
half of the Twins, eleven children,
while Mrs. C. had bone her htlf o ily
ten?which is clearly not one half?
Let the judges adopt as a lejjal fiction
what the doctors may yet pfove to bo a
physical fact?that Chang an 1 K ig
were nqt two peraun* but mo, that tho
wbolo property mint be considered as
one estate, and that the widows and
children must divide equally all round.
By thin arrangement the intensity of
th* grief of the mourning kindred will
also, be spmewhat lessened?for neither
widow will have lost a brother-in law
and none of tho children an uncle.
At the request of our peed friend, W
T. M oiler Ksq . we have inundated the
following from tho Charleston Deutsche
A recent oceuijvncc in Abbeville
shows how popular tho Germans are in
The citizens of that good town col
le.ctsd a nice sum of money, employed
a bend of musician*, engaged the largest
public hail in tho pUce,ordered several
kega of Inger fi vin Charleston nnd then
invited all the German farm hands with
in a circle of twenty miles around Ab
bervitle, ffith their wives and ohildr-n,
to a ball. And a right joyous Half it
was too?every one was happy nnd
lively. J he Americans danced the
polka and walzed with the Genuin*, and
?--:-i;t.,j,' ?..!...'_^. i.- .! - .. ?? - .iwt?
I the Qermaus'da^pvdi quadrilles with the |
Araoricaus?-and all this inaVegular,
out and out American town ! Abbe
villo county novr wauts a thousand Work
ing-men 's families. They know there
what a German can do if ha is well
A circumstance , last year, opened tho
eyes of our up-country neighbors. A
German family, consisting of husband;
wife ard an eighteon year old son, in
their ' tpaf els reached Abbervilln, whoio
their money *gave 'out! They begged
. for work but no one Was willing to pay
them wages. At last a farmer came to
their relief Haying ho was'willing to risk
letting them have a pcice of land, and a
horse and waggon and plough to make
a crop, and to find them provisions dur
ing tho year?if they made nothing,
well, all right, anyhow. The German
I went to work lit dead earnest; 'is bill v 'a
German car. 'wo k ' The' result ofl?r
I labor was eight bales of ootton, W?rth
8500. He paid the farmer two bales fdr
reut of land, hire of horse &c, and two
bales for advances, leaving four bales
for lumsetf, with which ho bought n
horse and wnggon. The farmer Sold
him 100 acres of land on a credit of 10
years, and the German, is now his own
I master, made strain, the following year,
eight bales of cotton, together with
cor? &c., all of which is clear profit.
How long before thnt German is a rieh
man ? ' Go and do likewise!
Paul Pry for the News.
4,Oh! that one wore an editor."
The-exclamation .was inconsiderate
and thought leas, for, from being an
editor 'of a'country town paper,-"tho
Lord deliver us."
There was once, when Orangoburg
was little ('tinn't supposed th.it the
place was over young) about forty yours
ago, on a sale day morning, a humorous
sceno enacted in its one street, which
one can easily conceive to r.eprosout,gon -
erally; the role of an editor. The prio
cipnl actor in the play was a backwoods
man who had been around seeing the
elephant, nnd had contrived to got n
good sized model of thequadruptd un
der his-bar. In. tho same way in which
some commodities aro supposed to in
duce ' spontaneous oomhustion, he had
worked himself into a violent passion
although no one would appreciate its ob
jeet. And as ho oscillated up and down
the crown of his hat worked from a two
lavlaj , ||bw -???? i.liv. v.C ??
suction pump. His costume was ofthat
indescribable, yet now sometimess.-cti,
"Sukio Blueskin" color, iu which a d'u ?
peratc attempt ia made to come out clear,
but fails, and is a mixture of all sha lea
from that of the first dip in an iudigo
tub up to the blaok and dirty blu: of a
thunder cloud?a southern first cumin
of that fabric called pepsr and salt, so
well kuown ''down east." 'f he cut vr n
that of the steel pen, or claw ha niuer
stylo, which, of itself, from old a?soaia
tioua is nowadays al.nost oxpoot ed to say
'Get cout' all hanging limp and thread
bare, seemingly astounded at the suddon
an 1 furious outbreak of the usually ho
sheepish mutton whi?h it covered.
Three iuohes of o.ioh boot was unac
counted for, looking like batteries re
cently unmaskod, and tho toes protrud
ing therefrom might be fancied to be
war worn veterans about to deploy as
akirniUhcra against the assembled crowd
of spectators. But tho b'g toe only
was ou duty. That was occasionally
sent out with its corporal's guard to
describe a dead line, over which imagin
any combatants, as it seemed, (for all
and every one of the assembled ling ap
pearcd to bo in the best humor possible)
might not pass?occasionally??t U said;
for when the feet cf the curious crowd
obliterated the mark, corporal too iinno
diutely iucribed another, inside ; withi n
this nil the concentrated profanity of
many supposed year* of volcanic lifo,
(pver which had bocr. only a thin crucst
of peaceable corn cracker existence) was
ejected at somu absont loo, who, jndg
ing from the direction of tho actor's
eyes, was expected ti sprout liko a hill
of corn, out of the circumscribed ground.
Now, it isu't held that an editor ia
? ery profane, mr i it held that editor*'
toes nre always out, but ns to the ?*/>y.
. ab'r drml fine, md tho covurtiiiff thnt
! may bo done inside bis particul <r stamp
ing ground, tho comparison will hold
gool. Ho is roped in like a circna
horso ; to be sure he may go any speed
he may choose, but he must bo careful
[ not to trample on tho toes of any of the
y sovereign peopl*. He may roar louder
than any lion under the canvass, or out
growl bruin himrclf, if his growl be
not directrd to any particular ono of hin
happy audience. His cAcA, which is
generally admitted to be hii best stock
in trade, shows to tho audience behind
the rope all the serenity of a perfectly
i nnPPJ potentato ; while the other aide
shows a concentration of card, mounting
to a "neuralgic contortion.0 The edit- r
is in th? predicament of the man with
two wives, ono young, tho other old:
Fome of his friends pull out his gray
hairs, the remainder pull out the bl ick ?
ones. He is afraid to side altogether
ffifh the outs, ^ccauro ho may lose some
of thei^B^fcobyj aod ho fears to come
pat t^?(Kg1y for the ips, for fcnr that
his liet o fifty may mutiny. lie always
tins a/ 'Mpftsingty overgrown list of sub
$crib&4t wHo soom to b?i?vurinbly be
hind time, and whom, it scems^ all tho
cajoling and thuudor of the editorial
armament combined, fails to bring up
to taw. From being an editor, and editor
ials, Lord (kveus.
X There Is a good deal or'truth in "Mr.
Pry 's" fem a)ris?a good deal of politi
cal, cditori.il and buronri nature..
Always ip do and to bo rnv.ht, ii, wo
suppose, at difficult for an editor as for
any one else, but we are willing to sub
mit the correctness and fliirnosa of our
general course to ^nny fair minded man.
As a RepuuA'can p iper the Orst duty of
the OitANOBnuRQ News isj of course,
to thnac of^ts political.faith- But the
News has_nevcr yot supported and
never will support'a bud measure bemuse
of its, being a Republican measure.
Neither will the News denounce any
good mensuro which might huppun to
be of Democratic origin, mer? ly because.
of such origin. Even admitting all
that i* charged against Republicanism
in this Scute, the Jgroat causo of hum.mi
rights?the causo of the most cacred of
such right*, at lca.-<t ? suffers less now
than whoo the Pemocrnts controlled our
public affairs. And by and bye?(the
time it coming fast?)whcn politicians
shall rule Icbs nnd the people more?it
will be found that Republicanism will
flourish more rigorously and gloriously,
.md with nn infinitely lesser infusion of
official corruption, than did Democracy
at any time since the old Jucksouiuu
A Itoinnutic Story.
At a short distance from Fort de
France, the real of government of Mar
tinique, lisc the celebrated hot mineral
springs known as "Fontn*l!? Chaudc "
Those springs are said to posses great
curative properties. They flow in large
St roams frooi the ground, and the wa
ters arc conveyed to bathing houses,
to which great UUiubcfd of invalids re
S^rtj^^A^^^t^^lii^try is con.met d
springs were visited l y n party, c n
sisting of Monsieur, and Mad.i ue lia
Riasare, Mile Adele Monery, the maid
s-rvant. and several other persons. One
diy, while thoy were enjoying the bith,
and entirely unsuspicious of ding^r,
the embankment at the head of the
springs, where th i waters were confined
in a l?rge reservoir, gave way, the tor*
rent overwhelmed the bathing houses,
and boro the inmates to destruction.
Among the victims was the beautiful
Mile Adele. This young lady Was con.
sidorud the most bountiful maiden on
the island, and we can not refrain from
relating n story which illustratos the
power and fascination of her charms.
Her brother, who was engaged in ox
tensivc commercial enterprise in Mar
Unique, suddenly fouud himself invol
ved, by the dishonesty of a man with
whom he was connected, to pecuniary
difficulties, fr?m which he was unable to
extricate himself, and ho failed for the
large .sum of one million francs. Una
ble to make a true exhibit of his affairs
without involving a person whom he
was unwilling to drag before tho public,
he determined to sacririce himself, nnd
fled from theisland without attempting
to justify himself to his creditors.
Criminal proceedings were commenced
against hill). He was summoned to ap
pear at court, and on his failure to do
so, he was pronounced guilty, and sen
tenced to be burned in efligy in the pub
lie square. This "sentence was carried
into effect. His sistor, tho beautiful
and fascinating Adele, knowing him to be
guilt less, brooded long over tho disgrace
and sonnw which had clouded the hon
or of the family, and ut length sho de
termined to niako nn effort to clear her
brother's character. Obtaining an in
tervicw with tho governor, she sank
upon her knees before him, nnd made an
impassioned appeal for oloinonoy toward
the fugitivo, who, rhc urged, bad never
been heard in hi* own dul'cnce. Moved
by her beauty, bor eloqueneo, and sis
torly devotion, the gallant old governor
whoso heart was still young, gently rais
ed her from the ground, nnd promised
i full pardon for her brother if on a new
investigation it should appear that ho
had boon too severely dealt with. In a
few weeks she had the happiness tosend
her brother a full pardon, and poriuis
sibn to return to the island, Nor was
tho old governor conteut with this sim
ple act of justice He gavo the young
man a peat of honor nnd responsibility
under government, which be hold for
many years. But aft?r tho tragical
death of his sister his own life was des
tined to end under a cloud. He held a
position in tho Tronsury, and on one oc
casion, when required lo produco a large
nmount of gold, he discovered tohishor
hor that the money had been stolen from
the vault in which it had been stored.
Stung to desperation, aud knowing'too
well that the old story Would be revived;
ho shot hi itself through ' tho head. A
short time afterward tile real thief was
discovered nnd brought to punishment.
The memory of tlie beautiful Adole and
her unfortunate brother is still tenderly
ehorished in Martinique.
Kerosene hii?|M-II?ff to l*re
This IB thesousou when nearly every
paper wo take up relates soaio horriblo
casualty from the explisiou of a karo
Bcno lamp, or tho like, an 1 womon
and children are either killed out
right ox terribly burned, and scarred
for life. A simple knowledge of tho
inflammable nature of the fluid would
probably put an end to nearly all tho
accidents. First, no lamps should ever
be tilled after dark by the light of a can
die. Always do this work after the
breakfast dished are put aw iy and then
not ?iuly till them, but wash tlu chim
ncya, for if thoy nro d'.m ani smoky, you
cannot expect to hara a bright light .
'fake the chimney in one b m 1 atid
breathe though it, theo draw a 'large
wisp of p iper up an 1 dow.i it, and ali
the blur will be removed. If the chim
ney is blackened with lamp smoke,turn
Warmish water through the tube, nnd
then wipe out with paper in the name
.style as before. If the lamps arc glass,
aud they become clouded with a deposit
from the kerosene, tak.; lime w ?ter that
is milky with the lime and shake it up
in the lamp. Do this with two ditfo j
cut washings, and all the dep>sit will
bo removed A chloride of lime, dis
solved in warm water.and left in a lamp
or can which has held koroscue, will
dc ;ddori/.a it very soua. Limps muit
be filled every iuoraing. This is an im
perative duty for every housekeeper o
perform, for as the o 1 burns down in a
Ump, there is created ;i highly ijulin
mahle ens, which gathers i npereopcibly
o er the ??urf.tc: and as faat as the od
is consumed, this ga< ittcrcASos, so when
the oil is nearly out of the la up, do
slightest jar of th j table will set the gas
on fire; an explosion folio rs i i.s'.aneris
ly; and a bombshell w >ul I llo.t b: in ire
destructive, for its toa-hei an denthly.
But if tho oil is burped only hilf way
d? wo in your lamp, the gas is not of
sulficKut power to do any injury; there
lore lei me teg ot ) on never I ? Oc.'er
the operation of 1 imp li.ling to a i ltlur
day, but see yourself lha. it U do-ie.
?ra? ? - ? ?? ? ?
A Wonderful Cave Iii Western
? North Cairo! I a a.
In tli2 rangf of in ?uolaitiB In Wo ?
ern lNorth Carolins, known as i e
"Fork Range," a most aing'ilar ph ? 1
nomet.on ex?ts. It is a breathing car<?.
In the Summer mouths a current of air
comes from it %0 strongly that a perron
can't walk against it, whiie iu the
W'.utcr the tuctioa is just as j;reat. Tho
cool air from the mountains in tho Sum
mer is felt for miles, iu a direct line
from the mouth of the cave. At times
a most unplcucai.t ordor is emitted upoo
tho current, from the do.id carcasses of
animals sucked iu and killed by the
violence. The loss of cattle and stock
in that soetioii iu Winter is ac&ouute 1
fur in this way: They range too ooar
the mouth of the care, ami the ourro.it
carries them in. At limes, when the
change from inhaling to exhaling b
gins, tho air is Glied with various hairs
of animals, not unfrrqnon* ly bones and
ffholc carcasses arc seen miles from the
place. The air has been known to
change materially in temperature during
exhalation, from quite cool tu unpleasant
ly hot, withering vegetation within
reach, and, accompanied by n torriblo,
roaring, gurgling sound, as a pot boil
ing. It 'is unaccounted lor by scicntifio
men who have examined it, though uo
exploration can lake place. It is feared
by many that a voloanio eruptiou may
break forth there some time, Such
things have occurred iu places as little
expeeled ?Asherillc L 'itUrn.
MaruikI)?On the 22d day of January,
1K74, by ltcv. P, B. (iovan, Mr. I*. E. GO
VAN, Jr., to Miss MAKOAKET ANCltUM.
All of Omngeburg, fci. ('.
?ar^gg-g aaae j"".,!?Mrr^e?"j. ? sag
W. .PERRY MURPHY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
It It A >C 11 VI I.I.K, ?. C.
Will practico in the Courts of Oraago
burg, Colleton and Barn well.
fob 7 3m
lty virtue of au Order of the Probate
Court, 1 will sell on Friday tho 20th day of
February, is, I, at ihr Ute residence of C.
b. Ilochcttc, deecasud, all tho pursonal pro
perty ot said deceased, consisting of Horses,
Milled, (Jaitlc, flogs, Wagon, Household and
Kitchen Furniture, Farming Implements,
'terms?fash or one-half cash, balance on
n* crcilit of twelve uiuulhl with good? approv
FRANCES A. HOCH KITE,
feb 7?2t Administratrix.
Tho County Assoc^iou ^j^irons
Will meet at Qrajg&rg klllA JU on
Thursday Jlfch io^-^jr thvj"
making 'srr&gctn^Ua 'Jor the:
Fertilizers inj buflengjalso to
question of tBuitioM Ej
There w^bc s^jfctit "Cotton .^nUrs',
early in the day. Agents and owners are
invited to attend.
By direction of Col. P.S. FKLDEK,
M. L. BALDWIN,
fei? 7th 1874 It
OFFICK OF COUNTY TREASURER,
Orangcburg, 8. C, Feb. 6th, 187i.
The TIME for the Collection of Taxes hau
been EXTENDED until March 7th, 1874,
I will bo at the following places for the
collection of the simc: ' #^
At Branchville, Monday February 16th,
At Lewiavill?, Wednesday February 18th,
At Furl Motte, Thursday February 19th,
At J. ITamp Folder's, Tuesday February 1
At Dan'1 Livingston's Mill, Friday Febru
ary '27th, 1874.
After which time, and on all intervening
diiys, I will be at Ornngcburg until March
7th, when the Penalty will attach ou all de
J. L. HUMBERT,
fet, 7 187? Gt
Kafnte of John V. Hair.
Notice is hercl)y g.v en to all concerned,
Hint on the 10th day of March, A. D:, 1874.
1 sill file my final aecoutit in the oQice of
the Judge of Probate of Orangeburg County,
and will apply for my final discharge a*
Adruiniat rati'x of said Estate.
MARY M. BAIR,
Admi'x Est., John V. Bair.
fcb 7th 1874 41
IN TUB ( oumoh TLKAS,
Steffens, Wernir & Duckor,
Patfl M utiol.
t opr Summons for Relief (Complaint not
To the Defendant Pan" Menisci:
"Von are hereby sum nnnctl and required to
X answer the conipliint in this actinn,'\th:?h
is filed in the oitico of tho Clerk of tho Coon
of Common IMeaJ for the said County, ami .to
?ervc a Copy of your answer1 on tho sub*eri
bers, at their Office at Oraiigoburg C^uit
lm;:?c }So. Ca. within t-vrnty day* aftar tht?
.service of this summons on you exclnsivo of
the tlay of service, and if yoy foil to itmoTor
the complaint within the time aforesaid, ihe
i>laiiit'i iT? will ?|>plv to I r?*\*'ourt for the tte
lief demanded In th" i'omvdaiuf.
1 -toi at OiuU?cb.M? Kvbruary 6?h, U*7 i.
W. .1. Dr.TF.Y'VILLE, .
To Paid. Mc pixel. dcfrcdatit above pame^d:
Take notice That '.he summons and' Com
plaint, herein, i*ero tiled in the office of tho
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas fpr; .Or
angcburg County, a: Oranaebnrg .South Car
o.u.n on t Lc 17th -!av rrf January 1874,
?t J. DaTKEYlLL ,f /,
Fab. r.tb, 1814. 7??it
By virtuo of the power rented in mo ar*
Executor of Hie .vi11 and testament ot Ann
Berry deceased, I will for the purpose of
paving the Deb is an<l Liuhititecf of the- said
Testatrix ??II at Orauxeburg C. H., 3. C ,
on the first Men lay tu March next, tho fol
lowing Roal Estate, of said deceased.
1. All that Homestead tract oontrlnlng
Six hundred aerca more or less, binding;
North on lands R E Berry, East on lauds of']
Dr. A C Wei atone* South "on lands of R O M
Berry and West on lands of Perbin Bay.
2. All that tract rr parcel of land situated
in the Stn e mil County aforesaid, contain
ing Ons hundred ami Sixtiy-ffve acres, move
or less, bounded East by Homestead tract
or R O M Berry, West by the Estate lands
of Ami Berry dee'd, North by Estato-lands
cf Ann Berry dee'd, and South by laptds of
E A Fairey.
3. All that tract or parcel of land situated
in the said State and^County. containing
One hundred acres more or less, hounded
West by Joseph Mo Albany, East by Estate
lands of Ann Berry, North by William Mo
Aihany and South by E A Fairy.
4. AU t bat tract or parcel of land situa
too in the County urni Stato eforesaid, ce?-'
mining One hundred and Twenty-five aeree,
mo: o or less, binding North by William
Grimes, Weal by lauds frosicrly of A J
Edwards, East by K E Berry and South by
Turms, tine third Cash, balance 1st,
December next, Secured by bond of pucb
uhoi-s boaring date from day of sale and
Mortgage of the premises.
Piu chasers to pay for papers and rue onl
JOHN P. BERRY.
Qualified Executor of Ann B?rry deceased,
feb 7th 1874 4t
OFFICE CO. SCHOOL COMMISSIONER
OuANnsBuan JAxrxnY 27Ui 1874.
Notice is hereby given, tbat for the next
sixty days, I will be at my office for the
transaction of business, on Saturdays only,
between the hours of 9 A. M., aid 8 P. M.
Being for tho present on an official visit to
the Frco Common Schools of tho County.
(FRANK U. McK IN LAY,
County School Commissioner,
jan ,11st 1874 St
By virtuo of an ordec from tbo Hob. the
Prubu'. Judge of tlie County of Ornnge&urg,
1 will sell at Fort Motte ein the" fuih dhjr of
Pearuary next, and from day to day there
after until tho property ia disposed of, all
tho' Stock in trado of Jacob Carroll late of
sold1 County, Merchant at P?rt Motte?Term*
MARY AN'N CAtllt'?tL,
? . Adm'x.
January, 24, 1874."
ja? 21 187 J 3t
: i-*rr. mjl ..UJL"_I?
The State of South Carolina,
is tii>: Court or Probat?.
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON, Rev
Judge of Probate in said Count/. *
WHEKEAo, Irene E. Sbuler hath made
unit to me to grant to her Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate end effeots of
Catherine Shuler, late of said Count/, de
ceased. - r - ? ? *=?
I These are therefore to cite and admonish
I all and singular the kindred aad Crcditora
of the said dccOscd, to be and appear bo
| fore mo at a Court of Probate for the said
County, to be holden at my Office in O/apze
burg, 8. C, on the 2laCd|y of ^bfitor^, /
1874, at 11 o'clock A. M., to show eause if
any, why the said Administration should
iiot'Wgra'nf^d/? <7 TTQ'T/rir^ * (IO 'IlTf
Uiven unaer my hand and the Seal of tk*>
Court, this Slat day of Feb. A. D. 197?,
and in the 97th year of American lade
pendenco. J n \*\
OlL.8.1. AUGUSTUS P., KNOWLT.ON,
jnn Sl-^St ' ? ' - f 'Jndgo of Probate;
The State of South Carolina
COUNT* OF .OR^HPPff^Aflt
Court ok Common Pleas.
?For Relief. ,
>Vm. C. Bee, J D. Jervey, ^
E. V. Jervey and L. Nv
Chisolm, morchanta, trad
ing under lhe Fir? i i
name of Wm. C. Bcft A Co.,
C. F. Gehralx, Defendants), Yttf%
To the Defendant C. F, OS IIB A LS.4X I'.' t -t?
Vou are hereby summoned and Veqaired
to answer the complaint in this aetfgSr
whieh is filed in tbe office of tne Clerk of
Common Pleas, for the, said,County, and te
serve a cepy of your answer to Ute said
complaint on the subscriber atr their oBice
in Orangeburg, South' Carolins, -within
twenty days after the setTieehereof*,.explo
sive of the day of *uch service; arid vf '/oi?
fail to answer (be Complaint within the' tinw
aforesaid, tho Plaint if? in Ibis action vjjfJ
apply to the Court fort bo relief demanded
in the complaint. - ,,,,%_ ( .,?,?,?
January 24th 18i4.
hutson; '* nrfYtoif**''
GEORGE BOLIV-ER,.- ..
Clerk of C. C P. , . - ?0^
janSl JP74 ?J"*'
t_!_;-1 ?'? i,;?-ft ia*
BOY? ANDGTRLfci I X
j WfTl ?xper? ot the now FAIR BUILDING oa
I THURSDAY the first day of January next.
I TERMS PER MONTH., <Tr
Primary Department - , * . $}A\9r<J
Interm erbat e - $3.00
haghsfi with ela?sio? -
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? > JAMES S. RET WARD.
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dec 27 1*7* tf
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