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THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS
? ?"TIIAD. C. ANDREWS, Editor.
Financial ind IH-sinass Manager.
Official l*npcr of tlie State ami
of OranKcbtirg County.
Btip-rilJ? ORAKGEB URO NEWS HAS
a LARGER CIRCULATION THAN
any OTHER PAPER IN THE CO UN
SATURDAY, NOV. 28, 1874.
' ,"T<o;pr Judge Green.
Already tho Democratic papers arc show
ing Mr. John T. Green that the only uso
they ? had for him was to use him as a tool.
He failed to accomplish what they wanted,
and now they arc ready to cast him upon,
the dung-hill. Sick ns ho was, feeble as a
Wenk mr.n could be, yet he essayed to Bpeuk
twicOj just to please his masters. He Know
when ho went with Dunn and ills crowd, that
he would have to submit to everything they
ordered him to do. He unguardedly put
his hand into the lion's mouth and knew if
bo attempted to pull it out, it would be
crushed. So he philosophically concluded
to grin and bear it. Ho could only wn it
until timo extricated him from his trying
dilemma. If by chance he should bo'elected,
why, be thought that the Bourbons might
icspcct Gliv. Green, no matter how much
they despised John T. Green, the sick.
"With, this hope in view, he quietly took to
his bed, and exercised patience with a
thousand etceteras. Poor fellow, unfortun
ate i man, ho has not only been beaten, but
thrown as'.dc after his defeat, as witness the
?following from a Democratic paper, the
"W'c have much respect for the opinions
of the Sunitcr Watchman, founded as much
on our esteem we have for the high toned
people among whem it has its chief patron
age, as upon our appreciation of the intelli
gence end ability of tho gentlemen who
cenduct it. But wc submit that the Watch
man must have been drowsy on his post,
when "without consulting either party"?
the wri'.tr or the person addressed?he
parsed into his columns, without challenge
tut w'th emphatic npjroval and endorse
ment as expressing the "true course for the
people of South Carolina to pursue in
future," a letter addressed to Judge Green,
rnd picked up near the Court House, the
vhole gist of which is contained in the
?Sir.cc the surrender, your course in
.] clilic3 Las alwnys been directed to the/
9<td of rur ncblc old Slate. "Would (hat
Carolina had more sons like yourself. If
to, wo wruld not bo in dssgracenow, as we
nro in the eyes of all honest men. I have
taken no part in politics. The Democrats
linv? ''been' on extremes onu way, and tho
Bndicals the other. I never could unite
with cither. My views have always beca
Now wc have no special objections to
# # * * *
But wc protest against his being held up
as a political model before the people of this
Stale, unless they choose to be merged into
*tho Eadical parly, in which case, Mr.
C Lernte ilain, apart from some of his
coadjutors, might serve them quite as well."
r 'licf6 now wc have it. After Green is
defeated, and can no longer be of any
sc'rVicc to the Beurbcns, they admit that
"Mr. Chambcrlaiu, apart from some of his
coadjutors, might serve them quite as well. "
In that charity which warms our heart to
wards all tho misguided and afflicted of
earth, wc arc driven to drop a sympathetic
tear over the political grave of Judge Green.
He is dead beyond resurrection. But he dug
his own grove. In the darkest hour of our
jolitical night, when even strong and s.'out
hearts began to anticipate the ruin of the
Eepublican party in this Stoto, he desorted
us, and that, loo, in a moment when every
ir.cn i\c l ad seemed almost necessary to our
micee.: s. More, he took our own livery, the
livery with which wo had clothed him, to
figlit us with. lie got his thirty pieocs of
Bilvcr. He will now feel the biting con
tempt all men must have for traitors. It is
not necessary for a man to leave his party
to work for Beform. And tho Defeated
candidate of the Independents for Governor
could have effected inoro good for South
Carolina by remaining inside his purty
linen. Whou you leave it, you lose your
influence for good.
True.patriotiBm will oouec party fenlly to
wenc, and prejudice will bo governed by
common bouso. Lot us be hopeful. Tho
day of dollvorance will certainly come ere
the j lnpzo of two moro years.?Greenville
The .News is no doubt honest iu its ex
pressions. But its foresight is not as good
ns our hindsight. There is no use in any
furthor cfTort to carry Iho negro or yo with
hi in in an election in South Carolina. We
hnvo cni.t our last ballot for a fusion ticket,
ond thousands of the white voters of this
State no doubt feel tho samo way.?Lancas
Thus saycth tho paper published in Iho
County of Lancaster. Sco how. it belabors
the more intelligent Greenville News. Talks
about its "hindsight" being better than the
"foresight" of the astute editor of our J
namesake! What bosh. However, wo do
not think that many of tho Conservatives of
Lancaster Couuty will pay much attention
to what Carter may have to say two years
from now,?no more than they did at the
polls on election day last. And as to his
"foresight," nobudy ever thought ho wns
tho possessor of a "good" one, while his
"hindsight*1?well, Lord knows thnt no one
will bother to discover the distance it enn
measure; still lees will any one bu fool
enough to hunt out its special locality.
This body organized on Tuesday last, and
went straight to work. The Hon. lt. B.
Elliott was elected Speaker of tho House
and A. () Jones clerk. In the Senate Lieut.
Governor Qlenves still presides, with Jobc
phus Woodruff as clerk. The committees
of importance arc formed of administration
members, thus securing to Gov. Chambor
lain a hearty co-operation in tho efforts
which ho will make in the interest of Re
form. Protests were presented in the
House against* the seating ofC. P. Leslie of
Ham well, and T. E. Jones from this
County, neither one of which, in our opin
ion, will be considered a moment by toe
Committee on Privileges und Elections.
Notices was also given of the introduction o
a Resolution to unseal the Charleston dele
gation, upon what grounds we arc not
apprised. The second duy the General
Assembly came down to real business.
Notice of several bills were given in the
Senate, the most important of which were
in regard to the law of landlord and tenant,
and tho present lien law. In the House
Leslie, gave notice of a hatch of bills relat
ing to Darnwcll County. A half dozen
different nu nibcrs also gave notices of bills
to abolish the office of Trial Justice, and to
provide for the election of Justice:* of the
Peace, County Auditors and Treasurers.
The General Assembly adjourned for
Thanksgiving day, after having started out
in good (imir.'t to work. Gen. Elliott
makes a most admirable Speaker, an 1 will
not do business in that helter-skelter man
ner which was observable in previous
General Assemblies. The members of the
House could not have done a bot tor thing
than in electing him. Hois intcllegciit, a
brilliant parliamentarian and w'.ll command
the respect of all the elementt which ge? to
make up the House.
Whilo'hurriodly'taking our post prandial
rrpss! it; cur now saticiwi ?anelnrtim. yester
day afternoon, we were startled and more
than delighted by tho musical voices of a
fair bevy of children accompaiiij I by their
good natured and careful bonne, who enter
ed with a business like air and inquired for
a rattle box.?Aiken Courier-Journal.
This is the first time in our lives that we
ever heard of an editor's room being regar
ded as a t and inn $anetorum, i. o., the "holy
tif the holies." And then to take a "post
prandial repast" in euch a heavenly place.
Preposterous! Come, brother quill-driver,
own up that you meant lo be ironical. No
won Icr you were asked for "a rattle box."
Jehosnphat ! Jerusalem ! ! L'gh !!! Wonder
in which quarter tho moon is now ?
[For tho "Orangcburg News"]
Cl-AKCCcrua, P. C, Nov. IStlt, 1874.
At the rrcent fair uic Mr. Gill Dickscn I
and myself got license from the Town '
Council to rnfllc off albums, by means of a J
turning wheel, not knowing at the time that
we would thereby offend any of our saintly
judicinl officers, or present a chance for a
sharper to make money. Hut we were sur
prised and disappointed. Mr. A. P. Brown- i
ing bad his spies out; had Mr. Diekton ar
rested, pulled down to his oliico, out of otic
case made five, and fcr those five jerked the
nice little cum of seventy-one dollars from
him as cists. I have the receipts in my
possession. Can the public stand this? Is
there no law against such practice*, aud wil 1
Mr. Chamberlain, who promised us reform,
retain such men in office ? 1 shall turn tho
matter over to my attorneys, theuoo to tho
Grand Jury. I am a poor man, and thirty
five dollars (which was my share of the
profits.) is no little item with me.
Z. M. WOLFE.
No. 28, A.*. IV. M.-.
The Regular monthly communication of
this Lodgo will be held at Masonic Hall,
Tuesday evening, December 8th, 1874, at
half past seven o'clock. Members will come
prepared to pay arrears. Tho election and
instil Lit ion of officers to servo the ensuing
year will tako placo. brethren will take
doe uotico and govern themselves accord
By order of the W.\ M.\
FREDERICK S. DIBBLE,
nov 27 1871 2t
I hereby give notice to ull interested und
concerned that Mrs. Mary Ann JoIiiiboii,
widow of Reuben Johnson, intends to havo
her Homestead set off in the Personal Pro
perty of her late husband, in said County,
thirty one days from tho date hereof.
AUG. B. KNOW L I ON,
Probalo Judge, O. C.
Fated Orangcburg 0. II., Nov. 'J8, IS7 I.
By order of the Probnte Court I will soli
nt public outcry to the highest bidder ntlbo
Estate Blaco of the lato Lewis II. Zimmer
man deceased in Orange Township on Tues
day tho lfilh day of December 187-1, tho
remaning personal property of the said
Estate, consisting of Horses, Mules, Cuttle,
Hogs, Corn, Fodder and o'her produce with
Plantation Machinery, Farm Implements
THOS. E. RTCKEN BACKE 11,
Adnilr. of Estate of L. II. Zimmerman,
nov 28 1874 at
At my Old Stand, between Rriggmnnu
and McNamaro's, I have opened a first
class Grocery Store, and will keep steadily
ond everything else kept in a
In the Rear of my Store 1 have n neatly
appointed BAR, where I guarantee the
in the Town will bo served to my Custom
ers. 1 bespeak the Patronage of my many
nov 28 1874 If
In thk Court of Probate.
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON", Esq.,
Judge of Probate in sai I County.
WIIKREA>, Mrs. Ann C. Whisroiihuiil
hath made suit to ir.C to grant to her Letters
of Administration with the will annexed, of
the Estate and effects of Lewis Wliisscnliunt,
late of said County, deceased.
Theso arc therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and Creditors
of Iba said deceased, to be and appear be
fore me at a Court of Probate for the said
County, to hu Imidin at my Ollicc in Orange
burg, 8. C, on the KJth day of December
1S7-1, at 11 o'clock A. M., to show cause if
any, why the said Administrator, should
not be grant d.
Given under my hand and seal this 24th day
of November Anno Pomini 1874;
[L.S.] AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
nov 2c'?2t m Judge of Pvftbato.
COU NT V 0 F 01* A X G K1 i U R C.
In the Ccurt of L'rorate.
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON, Esq..
Judge of Probate in said Con 11y.
WHEREAS, Snonn A. Felder hath made
suit tonir, to grant her Letters of Adininik
I rat ion of the Estate and effects of Mrs. Mary
M. L. Mulone, decease I, bite of said County.
These nre thorcforo to oitu and udinfaiirdi
all and singular tho kindred and Creditors
of tho said deceased, to lie and ap
pear, before mt, at a Court of Probate for
the said County to be holden at Orangeburg,
on the lOlh day of December 1874, at I]
o'clock A. M., to show cause if any, why the
said Administration should not l>e granted.
Given untlcr my hand and the Seal of the
Court, this 2:!d day of Nov. A. 1). 1874,
ami in the '.?7tb year of American Inde
[L.S.] AUGUST US B. KNOWLTON,
nov "J8?l^t Judge of Probat9
By virtue of an order of the Prohn to
Court, 1 will ssl! at t!i?? Into resMuno'J of
Luoandu K. Ilerloug, deceased, in Orange
burg County, on Tuesday, th<j first day of
December next, the personal | ropcr'y of
said deceased, consisting of ''a'tlc. Corn,
Fodder, Peas, Household, and Kitchen Fur
niture, iVc. Terms cash.
EPHRAIM II. GRAVES,
nov 11?td Administrator.
Ily virtue of Sundry Executions to me di
rected, I will sell to tho highes? hi I ler. at
Orangcburg 0. I!., on the FIRST MON
DAY in December next, FOR CASH, al
the Right, Title and Interest of the Defend
ants in the following Property, vi? :
All that tract of land in Orangeburg
County, containing <>SS kri'jsI, m >ri i?r les*,
bounded by lau Is of Barnwoll, Folder and
Brandenburg, and known a< the "Darby
Place." Levied on as the property of Susan
Sparks Kcitf, at tlie suit o.' M >wry & Co.
All that troct of land in Orangcburg
County containing 400 acres, more or loss,
bounded by lands of T. 0. Shtllcr, David
Dun t/.ler and Porter Bull. Liviod o:i as
tlio property of W. \. an l Sarah Collier at
the suit of John E. Moor er, suing for T. C.
All that tract in said County containing
2?0 acres murr or lc^s, bona led by la ids of
O. C. Graves, Mrs. Hood, Daniel Riley and
Mrs. Wolfe. Levied on as the property of
Wm. M. Gatfucy at the suit of J. W. and O.
B. Riley, Adm'rs.
All that tract of land in said County con
taining 1850 acres, more or less, bounded
by lands of Wadu Reed, Henry Huifman,
Lewis Livingston 'and Win. Mack. Levied
on as the property of Gen. W. Dannelly at
the suit of Isaiah Williams.
All that tract of lau I in said County con
taining 104 acres, more or loss, boundo I by
lands of Frank Zoigler, Nnt. Fogle, Wade
Hampton, J. A. Keller and E. Connor.
Levied on as tho properly of Margaret M.
McGrew at the suit of W udo Hampton.
Sheriffs Office, . ) E. I. CAIN,
Orangcburg C. 11. S. C, [ S. O. C.
Nov. nth, 1874. J
J. Hammond Fordham.
0RANGEB CRG, S. C.
All business intrusted to his care will bo
proaiptly attended to.
oct d 1871 If
PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTICE.
No'ice io hereby givon that SHADY SIDE
SCHOOL lias been made u public School
for WHITE CHILDREN for the Town of
Orangeb?rg, and Mrs. D. E. ?LOVEII and
Miss S E. ELFE have been elected the
Teachers thereof. I'artics desirous of send
ing their Children to a Frco School will
avail themselves of this opportunity us it
will bo the only public School for the white
Scholars in the Town of Orangeb?rg.
THAU. C. ANDREWS,
V. D. BOWMAN,
November 1st 1871.
nov 21 1871 St
TV"oticu *h hereby given that,
J. Wesley Johnson will on the First
Monday in January next, apply to the
Court of I'robnlo for tha County of Orange
burg for his Final Discharge as the
Administrator of the Estate of Joseph
nov 21 lf-71 3t
T. K. LEO A RE vs KLl'/A C. LEJAUE aad
In tub Court <?f Probate.
By virtue of an order of Court in this case
the Sheriff will sell, on Monday the 7th of
December next, at the Caurl House in Or
angrburg, nil the rod e?lat.o of which the
late I. S. K. Lofcaro t'icd seized in parcels,
which will be discribed by a plat or plats,
on the day of sale.
Terms. Onj half (with the privilege of
paying all or more) cash, the balance on
credit of 2. :! and I years, in equal instal
ments, to lie secured by bond bearing inter
est from date on the whole, at the rate of
10 per cent p r annum, payable annually,
so long as any money rotniins unpaid, und
a mortgage of the promises.
Purchasers to pay for papers mil recor
The executor " ill sell, at Testator's late
residence on Tuesday the 8th December,
for cash, all the porsonul property (except
ing his plate) of which testator died po^ess
ed, consistingof Morses, Mules, Cattle, Hogs
Sheep, Furniture and Plantation Tool5.
'fhe property is not subject to citlisr
Homestead or Dower, the debts tor payment
of which it is sold, being older than the
present 8t;ite Constitution, and Jilowcr hav
ing been released.
T. K LEG ARE
nov 21 tit.
OltANG KBULtO COUNTY.
In tub Court of Prorate.
Ex I*ftrfe J. j. Sallcy, Guardian of Funny
P.. Sail y.
By order of thi font of rYo'utn. I v ill
sell at the Cmirl House, i 1 Or.ingaburg, nn
l!:e first Monday in DeoO'ii'm* next, a trial
of 112 acres. (-10 ncres elcsrel. balance
woo I Ian I j with ?r ?> I D ?Volon r IL> is ? wil'i
four Booms besides Diniu * Ho.mi. on wi
ter.i cf North Edistn Rivor, about ?"> miles
from Orangeburg, on |lie Cannon's Itrid^o
Road, bounded by lands of Samuel Dibble.
Win. H. Uartoii and the Missus Barton, and
by the said road.
Terms one-thir I cash, hahihca o i two an I
three vears secured bv lioul ivlt't iutereit
from date at the rate of 10 per een' per au- |
num. tobe pai i atlilll illy so Ion < as atiy
money remains unpaid, and a mortgage of j
the premises. Purchaser to pay for paperj
ami lor recording.
Any one wishing to examine s.tid plait
will apply to either W. It Barton or Abratn
Parker, who reside* ueir th i same.
SherifTs Office, ) B. 1. Cain,
Orangeburg C. If., S. C, - S. O. C
Nov. 12th, 1871. J
f", - seed ca>'r /n
cfiXr?** * Wooa?*M*^g&
nov 1' ly
W. K. CROOK
Would respectfully cull particular atten
tion to his INCREASED STOCK of
Too numerous to mention.
LIQUORS unsurpasso l.|
8EGARS, none superior.
A fine assortment of PIPES, Smoaking
and Chowing TOBACCO.
The State of South Carolina
OiiANO Eli u ttt? Cou n ry,
Beul Estate for Sale Under Foroclosuro of
Wrottcn Si Steadinun i
Bartlcll Tyler. J
By virtue of the power invested in us we
will sell at Orangeburg C. II. oi tin lit
Monday in Doeeaibcr n*xt, width) til j leg.i 1
hours ol sale. One tract of land. Proporty
of Buitlctt Tyler, containing, (-100) four
btllldred acres more or less, lying and being
in the County and Slate aforcsiid in I ho
Fork nf Edist?, and huunded.on (lie North
by lands of C. T. Dnwing, East by lauds of
A 1'. Ulli, South by lauds of tt i LMlfs
Walker, and West by lau Is of A. D. Daw
Terms Cash. Purchasers to pay for
WROTON & STKADMAN,
Graham, S. C. Nov. GUi 1871.
nov 7 1871 ?'t
"THE CHY IS STILL THEY COME"
LOW PRICE SI
T. KOHN & BROTHER'S
Wc invite a 1'ERSONAL INSPECTION of our I'ltESENT STOCK. Every Depart
mcnl having been recently REPLENISHED at MUCH LOWER PRICES than formerlv
\\ c arc scF.ing a splendid line of -
REST and most P> ELIA RLE MAKES
1 he latest norths in BEADED TRIMMINGS
1>E' *?T,5?5I 81,01,1,1 b? CAREFULLY EXAMINED before, pu.-chuiaj
tUliKAM every pair as represented.
Of every GRADE and QUALITY for BOYS, YOUTHS aud MEN'S war.
Wc sell the CELEBRATED
The BRAND of which is too WELE KNOWN to need any special mention. MEASURES,
taken for Shirts GUARANTEED to FIT.
Trunks, Satchels, Baskets, Musical
JQT* The REPUTATION wc havo mndo for CHEAP GOODS wo oxpeot to rctaftu
WE SELL AS WE ADVERTISE I
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.