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Robins retail in Kaloigh at 50 cents
Tbere are now 118 children in the
Oxford Orphan Asylum.
A sulphur spring has been discovered
near Hickor, N". C.
f- The Mercantile Rending Association
of Charlotte gives hops.
New York has over 800 occidental
'"? ? tlhnrlo'tt? linn
Ohcnotte ?as 18 bar roonoB, Raleigh
? has 100, Goldsboro 33, and Lumbcrtou
rftichn&?a has 60,605 population by
the ecuiius juot taken, an inorease of
'^,000 since 1870.'
. A "daring horse thief," black, and
seventeen years old, has been captured
^..j.^hree hundred and fifty grangers at
. .ended the mcetingjof the State Urange
Frojm jiStjptcmber 1, to February 1,
. : FoTsyth' Qa., ;has shipped 10,036 bales
- r.of cotton. o
rl John Jones, of Atlanta, GaM was
..kilhid'vTuewJay1 by his horse running
*H* ?he* dealer' in Atlanta has received
1 -Inearly four loads of oranges from
??Florida 'this Season.
"For tWye'ar ending Decembor 31,
' 1873, it cost 81,048,800 to clean the
? streets of New York city.
All Wilmington rojoices became a
lime kiln has been erected ton milcB
from the oity.
.))>(. fiSU .... j
? St. James church, Wilmington, waB
. robbed of a largo mirror and hair brush
- on Thursday night.
ft??t TJipr?upreme, Court of Massachusetts
has decided that a woman is eligible for
4?ithc office of School Commiesioner.
tfr^vTlfe safe of M/. Edwin 8haver of
. Salisbury, was robbed of $120 last Sat
urday. The thief was a littlo white boy,
r about ten years old.
A gentleman, named Boiling, is about
y to enter luit for the recovery of the
'ownership of nearly one-half of the city
Wfllicnuiona, ZVa. '
" - The State Life Insurance Company .
of Rajeigh, is about to loan ?1,500 to
the FIcral Collogc of Robeson county,
for the purpose of nidiDg that institu
It was lately stated in Congress,
that, within fifteen years, attho proscut
rate of cutting the land in the united
States yielding heavy timbor would be
%ptJftfuTffi1& !TTRr waa an unusual
event for a bale pf cotton to be Bhippod
^irom the town pf Greenville, but thero
has been shipped this season about 10,
000. This means busincrs.
Nineteen unstamped boxes, contain
l iag tobacco belonging to R. Id. Black
burn,' of ..Greensboro, were seized by a
' /refonue .officer at Laurinburg, Rich
i inond County, on Thursday.
A man named Woods, livivg in the
southern part of Guilford county, killed
'another man who knocked at bis door,
' and then shot bin own brains out. lie
>- Was supposed to be in a Btate of mental
?*J Smith Abernathy, of ForByth, Ga..' a
man of fifty years of age, suddenly
disappeared on the 9th, taking with
"him, it ia belio ved, $5,000. Re owes
" iib one, and leaves a wife and son he
'f^A little girl, daughter of Mrs. Wat.
son; of Columbus, was killed by light
ning last Tuesday afternoon. Her body
was badly scorched and her clothing
burned. Soveral persons in the samo
houFC were knocked down at the time.
There is- a> boy named Blosser in
' Jonesboro, Tenn.. nineteen years old,,
who stands nix feet six in his stockings
^??iRw?Hf 'growing. His foot is six
v^teeh inches long. To agree with the
? ? saying of the time, ho should have been
f he lato report eoncerning the In
en disA troubles in the Platte valloy havo
been oxaggoratod. Thero aro no indi
catiomi of a general war, and the Sioux
are said to be poaoeful, or, at least,
. quiet. Nevertheless, sovoral murders
hate been committed by them. I
J*n the Court of General Sossion?, io
; Now York, a police officer, named Slat
[ Aery, was sentenced to the State prison
for'seven years and six months on the
charge of assault with intent to kill a ro
epeotpblo oitizon. Slattery was drunk
(it the time, and beat the complaint in a
eb/ockijag manner, and would havo 1cill
- ed him but for the interference of a
. "Bull" Robinson, one of the oldeit
printer* in Washington, is what he was
called for tho hut sixty years, and as
tsuoh k known all over the oountry; but
*'Squire" Rob?oson he will bs hereafter
called, aa Governor Bhopheard ha? ap
nnd he is do
that he tried
was a typo,
nod, true to his profession, he gave
judgment in his favor.
Life Insurance Extraordinary.
? Mr. Win. -N. Switzer, au <.dd citizen
and once a wealthy miller of St. Lo uia
died laat week at the age of sixty-three.
In the course of a prosperous business
he had accumulated a large estate, but
most of it wan swept away in the finan
eial crisis of 1867. Ho left, however a
handsome provision for his family in the
shapo of insurance polioies that aggre
gate no less than $310,006?the whele
of which fall upon Eastern companies,
except 31?.U00 on the St. Louis Mutual
and 820,000 on the Northwestern of
Milwaukie. TIardford companies are
taxed 885,000. Mr. Switser's premium'
amounted to $16,000 a year.
THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS
AUGUSTUS B. KNOWI/TOX,
FlXAXCIAL AND lirKlSKSH MaNAOKR.
Official Paper of the State and
of OrangeburK County.
&?r THE ORANGE B?RO NEWS IT AS
A LARGER CIRCULATION THAN
ANT OTHER PAPER IN THE CO UN
SATURDAY, FEB. 28, 1874.
Owing to absence ou professional
business during the greater part of the
week we aro compelled to ask our
reader's indulgence for the limited
amount of cditoral and local matter in
tho present issue.
Wo beg to call the attention of our
readers?especially of our oolored road
ere?to the able nnd timely speech of
the Hon. R. R. Elliott which appears in
full on the first pnge of the presont
Gen. Elliott has sounded the key
note of tho coming campaign. Let
white-washed Republicans and all other
political soampfl stand from under !
Colored men ! Read General Elliott's
noble speech on our first page No
truer or mure tituoly words have been
spoken since the yoar I.
Two year old Republicans, and other
knaves who have joined our party for
tho ?sakc of plunder are robbing i/.< and
killing tho party while they grow fat
and rich on stolen in onics. Theae
rascaL understand tlwirgaine! and the
poor hardworking colored man lines
ei eri/ time !
If wo want our party to live a year
longer wo ma>t sweep all such fellows
overboard to the sharks, their brothers.
The time has ciuia to "unload"?
Graril saya bo?Elliott says so?and all
intelligent Republicans know it. Now
let's go straight to work and do it!
Pmi.AliI'I.PniA, February 25.
The second edition of the Medical j
Thv*$ Hates that tho autnposy of the
Si: n etc twim was continm d on Monday
last, resulting in mmo interesting dis
closures. It say t that on Friday tho
commission emtinuod the autopsy upon
the Sianioao twio?, and made some im
portant diaooverioB. They found that
the two livers, whioh wero supposo 1 to
be joined oaly by blood voxels, were
really nue body, the pauenchitnatos tie
a ua being ec utinoiiB between, ao that
when they were removed from the bodies
and placed on tho table, they formed
ono mass. The so called teact of pontal
continuity is, th re fore, a liver tissua.
It will be remembered that Chang was
said to be poss^nscd of one more pouch
than Kug, but when the liver was ic
moved, an upper hep-itio pouch was
found also proceeding from. Eng; bo that
the baud contained four pouches of peri
tone urn, besides the fiver tissue. These
disclosures show that any attempt, dur
ing life to BopaHj^te the twins would,
in all probability, havo proved fatal.
Gen. Lewis T. Wigfall, who died in
Galvestou, Texas, on Wednesday last,
was well known throughout thUcountry,
having boon a Senator of tho United
8tateB from Texas previous to and at
the time of the brenking out of the lato
war, and afterward? a Gonesal in tho
Confederate army and a member of the
Confederate States Senate. He was a
native of South Carolina, nnd went to
Texas when a young man. His ability
as a lawyer soou gave him a promiuont
place at the bau of that State, and equa'
sueoess attended hitu in his political
oareer. In tho Senate of the United
States, ho was a leader of the advocatos
of secosaion, and was noted for his bold
ncss. Upon tho secession of Texas, he
resigned Iiis seat in the Senate, and
took ao active part in the movement of
the Southern States. Ho was presont
at the taking of Fort Sumter, and re
ceived the surreod sr of the fort. Soon
I afterward, he was given tho oemmaud of
i a brigade ot troops from Texas, aud
participated in- a number of battles.
Later in the war, he was elected, a
member of the Confederate Senate.
After the war, he went to England, and
bo:ame interested in mining operations
in Colorado and the far West. About
eighteen months tdnce Qoneral Wigfall
made his home in Baltimore. His age
was but littlo more than fifty. General
Wigfall wan essentially a man of force,
and was full of energy and will.
" Stute News.
Several companion of immigrants ar
rived and settled in Rook Hill last week.
Bishop Wight man will lecture before
the Cheraw Lyceum at its meeting to
Mr. "Walter Kccble, the well known
theatrical manager and actor, has sttled
Mr. J. Davis, tho oldest man in An
derson county, died recently, at the ad
fa need ago of 102 years.
N Twenty four German immigrants ar
rived in Abbeville, last week, and were
provided with homos.
Mr. Thomas Guffin, a woil known
citizen of Abbeville, and Mrs. John C.
j Chiles, of Midway, died laut Sunday.
Heavy rains have continued through
out Colloton County, tho past week
swelling tho streams higher than has
been known for a number of years.
A 1 oo'ing affair occurod atEffingham
last Saturday, in whioh a colorod ro n
was shot several timos by one McGto,
This is the way the oditor o f the Ker
fhaW Gazette wishes to be remunerated:
''Potatoes taken in payment for the
Gazette. Don't all speak at once."
The income oftho Greenville and Co
lumbia Railroad during the month of
January, iVC learn; was about 881,000,
being larger than in any month of its
Georgo Busby Head (chief of the
Cherokeeu) and his wife, aro in the city,
of Columbia on their way to Washing
too, to look after moneys duo them by
the Government. The old man is a
Pardoned.?Gilbert Bynura, Wil
liam Showers and Henry Williams, tho
policemen who wero convicted ?of riot
and assault at the last term of the Court
of General Sessions for Riehland county,
and sentenced by Judge R. B. Carpen
tcr to pay a fine of fine of firo dollars
each, and the costs of prosecution, were
pardoned by the Governor yesterday,
aud tho fine, and costs remitted.
Small Pox.?This dreaded disease,
which created such an excitcmont among
tho people of our County in July last,
has rgain made its appearance in
Camden. Allen DeSaussure colored, of
Charleston, arrived by Friday night's
train, and found lodging on the promi
ses of Mr. William Ficken in the ex
treme southern portion of the town,
where he remained until the following
day, when it was discovered that he had
small pox. Mr. Ficken has changed
his place of abode, and, there being no
other parties living in tho neighbor
hood, wo feel confident that thor<j will
be no further spread of the disease. The
afflicted man has been provided with an
experience nurse, aud the Town Coun
cil have taken tho necessary precautions
to prevent persons from going too ne*r
the house where he is.
Our -friends in the country shall bo
corrootly advised of the progress of the
Out of five children which composed
the family of John Jacob Aster, one
only remains. This is William E., who
is now upwards of eighty. He is now
one of the oldest native born residents of
New York, and has seen a wonderful
series of changes. He can remember
the first steamboat whioh greeted his
boyish eyas when he was a youth of
fourteen, aud he has seen tbo city in
crease froiii 30,000 to a population of
more than 1,000,000. He has also seen
bis father's estate expand from 920,000
Lone Wolf, tho war chief of tho Kio
waa, was comparatively oivilizad until
he lately heard of the dorth of his son.
He had an ambulanco and a pair of
mules, and said ho was trying to live
like a white man. The son was killed
while raiding in Texas. Lone Wolf
drew his revolver, nhct bis mules, broke
up his wagon, piled it nnd his lodge on
i top of tbo mules, aud burned tho pile.
Ho shaved one side of his head, stuck a
blaok feather behind his ear, and star
ted bis followers on the war path.
Suicide for love is ntill in vogue.
Miss Dovoreux, twenty and pretty, took
araenio, fatally, In Oswego county, some
days ago, because her lover proved faitfi
lesa Ed. Simmons, of St. Johnsvillo,
was even worse; for, after taking gugtr
of lead because a girl snubbed him at a
da nee, and making several doctors an
! all-night job Lo pumping it out, he ate
green paint and died.
1-TT=-3-i ? ? . L .
A Kepi He In a I^ady'tt Stoinacli.
IT CO MKS UP INTO jIKU THROAT.
There is a young lady living within
n; mile and a quarter of Christiana, who
is afflicted as singularly as was the
celebrated Miss Qodsoy, the "Sleeping
Beauty." For four years past she has
been suffering with violent fainting
spells, that come on periodically, and
are produced by some kind of reptile
which comes up into hor throat. She
is chokod to such an extent that her
inusolcs become rigid, her extremities
cold, the pupils of her eyes dilated, and
the skin breuka ou bor hands and face,
and is in nil other particulars, thorough
ly convulsed. She is only relieved by
the reptile itself, being, it is thought,
partially choked, withdrawing itself into
The reptile has at previous times
been seen by different porauus. On one
occasion a Methodist preacher wa9
visiting nt the home of her parents,
whon she was seized with one of the
usual nt tacks, and the parisitical object
even came out of her mouth and wna
grasped by tho minister. Ueing of a
very aupc?titious turu of mind she had
concoived tho idea that its death was
her death, and refused to havo it re
moved, although that could at that
time have been easily accomplished.
The minister avowed that the rcpti 1c
felt as cold and clammy ai any other
anakc, but that it offered no particular
resistance when he clutched it with his
hand. When it made its appearance
outside the mouth it curled its head
rather under tho ohin, but when let
loose went immediately down the young
lady's throat cgaio. It frequently
comes up into the mouth, and the young
1 idy Bays that whenever it does so it
appears to lick the roof of her mou ih
with its horriblo tongue, and then re
A neighboring physician has been
attending her during the period of her
indisposition, and has been treating her
for tape-worm, believing that to bo the
true malady. The symptoms arc, how
ever, entirely ditforont from those pro
duced by tape-worm. Tho girl still
continues robust, inv.cul of being ema
ciated, aud the appetite, instead of being
ravenous, is Gcklc, ut times scarcely tak
ing any food, while nt other tim.js ah"
has a very goad appetite. The strongest
tape-worm-' remedies were used, but
without any effect whatever, an! the
physician, thinking tho caso hopeless,
gave it up a short time agoj wheii two
others were called in, who are using
every means in their power to effect a
cure with what result remains to besocn.
The first ?tep to be taken was to dis
abuse her mind of the Buporstituns that
had taken possession of hor in regard to
her disease. She has at last consented
to have the monster removed, if prwiblo,
and destroyed, as she is now convinced
that her life depends on it. The phy
sicians in attendance are anxiously
awaiting an opportunity to effect a re
moval, and are keeping constant watch
f or the appearance of the reptile.
Alcohol has already been prepared for
tho reception, sc that, when it shall bo
displaced, so strange a phenomonon may
The reptile, so far as hns been ascer
taiued, is about half an inch in diame
ter, of a dark color, with a sort of hairy
coating, but no ono is capable of judg
ing of ito length. It has never been so
closely scrutinized by any one as to toll
whothcr it has eyes, but that, we believe
is hardiy possible. All that is yet
know of it that it frequently comes up
into her mouth, choking the girl and
throwing her into terrible convulsions
It ia attracting universal attontion
about Christiana, aud all the more so,
because her life has been seriouely
threatened by the pec uliar movements of
the reptile?Nashville Banner.
An Eagle Trios to Carry Off a
On Saturday, the 2d itrst., a girl
named Elizabeth Moore, daughter of
Albert Moore, living in tho northeast
coruer of Clebourue county, was return
ing home from a neighbor's house,
whither she had been scut on an errand,
when ?he felt something hoavy drop
upon her shoulders and the next instant
she was borne to the ground. She says
that her first impreBaion was that she
had been soizod by a panther or some
other wild beast, but soon felt the talons
of what proved to be an eagle, clutch
ing her sides and anna, lacerating the
flesh in a fearful manner ; and its beak
pocking her on the head, she was
dragged some distance on the ground.
Protty soon tho eaglo, hnving secured
bin prise, with claws and bill firmly fixed,
raised her from the ground and sailed
along at from threo to four feet abovo
the earth for some distance. Occasion
ally she was dropped on the ground, but
the eagle would as often raiao her again,
making new and serious wounds with
bin talons in hor body and bis beak in
her head, till at last he reached the
height of ten fe t, and attempted to
alight on the limb of a red oak tree on
the roadside, when his hold again gave
way and the girl fell to the earth seri
ously stunned aud hurt. She was no
eonscious for a time, then olambered
over the fence near by into her father's
orchard and began making the best of
her way to tho house, near which she
was mot by her mother, who had boqn
attra ctod by her screams and was has
tening to her relief. The most remarka
ble part of the matter is that tho girl
did uot see the eaglo at all. A shawl
which had bceu securely fastoncd about
her head, so as to project over her face,
bid her antagonist from her view. The
track along which she was dragged how
ever, was plainly visible in tho road.
The girl Elizabeth is 14 years of age,
and weighs betweon 80 and 90 pounds .
Her father is a reliable und worthy man
He is a son in-law of Mr. Hatfield, in
the same section of country , and lives
about five miles from tho Tecaruseh
Iron Works. Tho girl was not seriously
hurt and is doing well. The eagle baa
becd twice seen since by the hunters,
who are making every effort to kill or
capture him.?Jackwnvillc Ala. Repub
. A Hall Room Disaster.?A young
ludy from Cambridge attended a ball in
Boston, where the floor was waxed.
During tho evening, while dancing in a
waltz quadrille, the young lady slipped
and fell, and the young man who ac
companied her, in his efforts to save her
from fallin?, placed his band on hor
side, but also slipped at the same time.
When the young lady was.placed on
hor feet she was unable to stand, and
was carried from the hall. It appeared
that the young man, in his effort to save
her, pierced her side with one of his
fingers in such a manner as to cause
faiutness and intense pain. She was
taken home in a carriage, placed in bed,
and a physician sent for, who pro
nounced her seriously injured internal,
ly. She never again rose from that bed,
and only a few day? since was borne to
Thk TcitniDLK Trichina?A Chi
cago paper pays that a physician of that
city has nine patients under treatment,
suffering from the effects of trichina
superinduced by eating diseased pork.
Sp-eimon chunks of the pork used by
sonic of the patients killed eight dogs
in thirty-six hours. One of the hogs
from which the disease I pork wnstik'n
wan round and plump, nnd weighed ( h)
pounds, and was, to all app :arutic-.'8,
souud and healthy.
A member of tho Chicago Hoard of
Aldermen has been couverte I to tem
perance. This remarkable conversion
'is due to the singular eloquence of a
medical gentleman of that city, who,
during the cour.-e of a private Lcture ho
was deliv.ring, remarked to the alior
man that if he ever took another drink
of whiskey, it would "land him beds up
wards into Hades in less than two rain
Mr. Merriwethcr T. m nlkcr. one of
the wealthiest merchants and largest
rcnl estate owners in West l'oint,
Georgia, had his residence, situated
about three miles from West Point, en
tirely destroyed by fire on the evening
of the 17th instant, during the preval
ence of a heavy storm. The loss is
estimated at between five and six thous
and dollars. No insurance.
Marhikd?On tho 2-'?th February, 1874,
at the residence of ike bride's father by the
Itev. II. A. C. Walker, Dr. A. C. DUKES to
Miss S. A. SNELL. All of Orangeburg
County. S. C.
! By virtue of an order of the Probate
Court, I will sell on Saturday the 14th day
\ of March, 1874, at tho resilience of Owen
Sbuler, one Horse aud all tbe other perisha
ble property of Catharine Sbuler, doc-eased.
IRENA K. 811ULEB,
feb '.'8?8t Administratrix.
The FIRM of GATES h WING ARD ia
this day Dissolved by Mutual Consent. Tho
F>ebls of tho firm will be paid by J.. A.
WING A BD, and a)) persons indebted will
make payment to him.
B. W. GATES,
J. A. W1NGABD.
Fort Motte, Feb"y 24th, 1874.?28? lm
By virtue of an order to me directed by
A. r. Browning, Esquire, Trial Justiee, I
will sell a balo of Cotton to the highest bid
der for cash, at Orungoburg Court House,
on Monday (he second day of March, 1874,
at tho usual hours of sale, the said Cotton
beiDg levied upon as the proporty of Frank
Mitchell at tbe unit of Mrs. E. D. Oliver
feb 28?It Special Constable.
By virtue of Sundry Kxeoutions to me di
rected, I will sell to tho higheit bidder, at
Orangeburg C. II., on the FIRST MON
DAY in March next, FOR CASH, aU
the Right, Title and Interest of the Defend
ants in the following Property, vis :
1 Balo of Cotton. Levied on as the pro
perty of Pino Bruunon at the suit of J. M.
Sheriff's Office, \ E. I. CAIN,
Orangeburg C. H. S? C.v V U, O. C.
Feb. 14th, 1874. J
feb 14 St
Sale Under Mortgage.
I will offer at pttblio auction en Sal?day
in Mar oh next, to the highest bidder, one
ROAN HORSE. Levied on m the proper- 1
ty of Gabriel Thomas under mortgage of1
Geo. H. Cornolson.*
W. n. JOINJIK, Agent,
fob 14 1874 St
Sale Under Mortgage.
By virtue of a Mortgage executed to
Sam'l Dibble by J. W. Thomson on the 22d
March, 1873, I will sell on Mondaj the 2d
dry of March, 1864, at Orangeburg, In
front of the Sheriff's Oflioo, immediately
after the official sale, one BORREL HOUSE
E. I. CAIN. Pberiff.
Orangeburg C. H., Feb'y 14th, 1874.
feb 14 * 8
Notice of Dismissal.
NOTICE IS HEB.EBY GIVEN THAT
one month from date I will file toy final
account with the Honorable Aug. R. Knowl
ton, Judge of Probate for Orangeburg Coun
ty as Guardian of Calvin Dempsey, Mary
Dempsey, (now Dukes,) Anbury Dempsey
and Daniel Dempsey, and ask for Letters of
JACOB 8M0AKE, Guardian.
February 14th, 1874. 4 j
In tfie Court of Probate.
rosa V. CLARK, et al vs ADELLA 8.
CAIN, ot al.
Ry order of Probate Ceurt herein, T will
sell nt Orangeburg Court House, on Monday
the second day of Mareh, 1874, during the
legal hours of snlo, and at the risk of the
former purchaser :
Tract No. 2, of the Estate Lands of the
late L. D. Clark, dee d, containing 89-100
of an acre, more or less, si'uate in the town
of Lcwisville, and whereon the STORE of
the said L. D.' Clark is located, with other
'forms of Sale?One-third cash, balance
on a credit of twelve months, purchaser to
give bond bearing interest from day of sale
for such credit portion, secured by mortgage
i of the premises purchased, and to pay for
; papers and recording.
\ Sheriff's Office, ) E. I. Cain,
Orangeburg C. H., S. C, V H. O. C.
Feb. 10th, 1878. j*
feb 14 8t
OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER,
Orangeburg, S. C, Feb. 6th, 1874.
The TIME for the Collection of Taxes has
been EXTENDED until March 7th, 1874.
I will bo at i ho following places for tbe
collection of the s .me :
At Branchville, Mcttiay February 16lb.
At Lf-wisviTTe, Wednesday February T8th,
Al Fort Motte, Thursday February TV"Hi.
At J. Hamp Felder**, Ti???day February
At Dan'l Livingston's Mill, Friday Pebrn
ary 27th, 187?.
After which tiro**, and on alt intervening
days, I will tie it Oranreht'rg until Mare''
7?h, when tlic t'onnlty will attach on nil de
J. L. nUMRERT,
feb 7 1878 5t
Tly virtue of the power vetted in me as
Executor of the will and testament ot Ann
Berry deceased, I will for the purpose of
paying the Debts and Ltabititce.t of the said
Testatrix sell at Orangeburg C. H., 8. C,
on the first Monday in March next, the fol
lowing Real Estate, of said deceased.
1. All that Homestead tract contrlning
Six hundred aercs more or loss, binding
North on lands R E Berry, East on lauds of
Dr. A C Wetstone, South on la?ds of R.G M
Berry and West on lands of Derbin Bay.
2. AIT that tract rr parcel of land situated
in the State and County aforesaid, contain
ing One hundred and Sixtiy-ffve acres, more
or less, hounded East by Homestead tract
of R G M Berry, West by the Estate lands
of Abb Berry dee'd, North by Estate lands
ef Ann Berry dee'd, and South by land* of
E A Fairey.
3. All that tract or parcel of land situated
in the said State and County, containing
One hundred acres moro or less, bounded
West by Joseph McAlbany, East by Estate
lands of Ann B?rry, North by William Mc
Albany and Mouth by E A Fairy.
4. All that tract or parcel of land aitoa
tee in the County and State eforesaid, con
taining One hundred and Twenty-five acres,
more or less, binding North by William
Grimes, West bj la ruin froaierly of A J
Edwards, East by R E Berry and South by
Terns, One third Cash, balance 1st,
December next. Secured by bond of puch
asera baariog date from day of sale and
Mortgage of the premises,
j Purchasers to pay for papers and record
t JOHN P. BERRY,
Qualified Executor of Ann B?rry deceased,
feb 7lb 1874 4t
If yon nrant WORK DONE
in Monge And Carriage Paint
ing go to
JT. A. WILLIAMS.
Experience 84 years. Resi
dence on Markee Street?
jan 17 1874 18
GOOD GARDENS to be Had
by buying your Garden Seeds
and Oncost Sets front
who gets all hi* Seed* front the
Celebrated firm of D. L*n?
dretn * Son.
N? B*?Member* of Grange*
wil? be anppRcd at Grange
jan 10 4t
J?fT IN AT
J. Wallace Cannons
LIQUORS, CIO ARS, TOBACCO,
CANNED GOODS, CANDIH?,
fi ti v\
All of the abovo goods are offered a*
PRICES t? suit the prpte.8 tightly,
jan 81 o tu J?H CSOVri *W4
Tbe HOUSE and LOT ou Russell Street,
in Oranjeburg, formerly air?vu: T. Mt
tlmn. For particulars inquire-at the
Store of E. J. OLIYj '
Dr. Oliveros' Drug Store
CITRON, .. . CURRANTS
Also a large collection of of TOTS.
Also a superior lot of COLGGHS aad TOIL*
Also a fine lot of SEd ARS.
Also n fine lot of CUTLBRT. v
Also a Large and well Selected Steck *f
DRUGS nod MJEDIC?Wff??
to which Articles, for RELIABILITY end
CORRECTNESS, the FubhVe atteatlen la
All art respeetfelly invited to call at tbo
Drug Stone of
DR. OLI VHftOfl.
JUST OPENED' next door to Ceraelaee'e
with ft stock of
Boots and Shoes.
8clp?t?d front the Memif?<*Mirere eipreatly
to ciiit DA?*l> TIMirH. both as regard*
QUALITIES aft rUD.i.d.
To be itattt&e? that such ?9 the case, the
eitixrva rA ttmngeburg and Tirinitj aro r?
?p+cfficll? invited to call and exaraine my
S?kit. %> I hvprt? be able %m ^Lnw, not only
tb?t> tbm is ?encfMsnj ^N??r. unter Ike
Sr.? ." ftnt ah>o ???irtbinf to benefit to? cn?
? 4css?..x?d.n- - ITaJfi ?a<i jOV
t. B- iw>ri>.
BOT? ANT> rpituf k j
WE11 open at the aew FAIR BUILT>r*r, oQ
TUUAdDAT the first day of January neat.
TER SIS PER M<X*TBL
Primary Department - - frl.eO
Interrocdi ite - - , -. - $(loo
Bnglish - ... $*.<*>
English with classic? - $4.00
JAMES S- IJETvfARD,
Miss E. FOGARTIE, Masse Teacher,
dec 27 I87S tf
rx Tni combo* JraJtAV ;
Steffens, Werner & Ducker,
V! 'Jtii Y.i .1 - :*? ??' a 1
I Paifl Mcntael.
Copy Summons for Relief (Complaint net
To the Defendant Paul Mcnlzel:
Yon are hereby ?ommorted add ryquin4 its
answer the eotppiaint in this action, winch
is Sled in tbe office of the Clerk of the Court
of Common Pleas lor the aaW County, end tor
serve a Obpy ofyonr answer *m tha subscri
bers, at their Offioa -At Orange burg Court
house So. Ca. withfa twenty days after the
service of thin summons cm you exclusive of
the day of service, and If yon fail to answer
the complaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiffs will apply to the Conrt for the Be
lief demanded in the Complaint.
Dated at Orangeburg February ?h, '3874.
W. J. DaTBEVJLLJv
To Paul Ment zel, defendant above named ;
Take notice That the summons . and Com
plaint, herein, were filed fn the office of tha
Clerk of the Court of Common Flea* tor Or
angeburg County, at Orangebuxg .South Car
oliaa on the 17th day of Jauuary, 1874.
W. J. DaTltBPfLt*,
Feb. 6th, 1814.
The State of South Cayolip?.
Is tob Court op Probat?.
By AUGUSTUS B. KBOWLTOJt, Ea<*.
. Judge1*! ir^teU'ea^6?^k\
WIIEREAhK U*n* E.. Shale*ha,th. aieae
! suit to me to grant) to her Letters of AeK
ministration of th.e Estate and effects ??
Catherine Battler, Ute et said. County, da*,
ceased*,* t> ti ? i / iH A
Theso are therefore to cite and; admeaisb*
all and singular the kindred aad Creditors,
of the said deoeased, to be and appear be-*
fore me at a Court.c( Probate for jBe
County, to.be holden at my Office itx. Orange^
bnrg, 8. C., on the 21 st day ot Febraaryw
1874, a* 11 o'clock A. M., to, show eaWW
any* why the said Administration 'Vitlit
A?t be gvantetU | fed ???ftblt
< Given unaer my band and tha Seal ej th
Co^wt,, ?la- Sis* 4*y of Feb. A Di I8T
and.Ua tee iv\\\ year of Av**te**\*
eeadeaae. t, ..?.,/
fL.8.1 AUGUSTUS B. KNOwtTV
jaa 31?2t Jk/r of &