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THE OR AN GEB?RG TIMES.
Orangeburg, S. C, Nov. 20, 1872.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY.
To change Contract Advertisements, notice
must he given before*Monday noon.
Our friends wishing to bitte adrertfronifcnts
inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in by
Tuesday morning, 10 o'clock.
~AL)Vi:KTlSc>tKNTS will be inserted at
tho rtite of one dollar and a half per square
for tile first ins sti >n, and one doll-i? per sqtnire
for each sulMeqncitt insertion.
Liberal terms ?????de with those who desire
to advertise for three, si.x jt iWelvc months.
K?u Marriage r.Micei; and Obituaries char
ed for at advertising rates.
1-Tciicetbi'tli. all TiOgal Ad
voidit-u'inont.-> of Coimty
Jiilei-cHf, wlicrfblioi* notices
of othci'S, -will be pitblisli
ocl ibi* the benefit 01*0111*
l'eticlei's Avlictlter they 0.1*0
priicl Lov oi' not.
National Democratic Nominations.
OF NEW YORK.
B. GRATZ BROWN,
Wien Sherman burnt the city of Co
lumbia and laid it in ashes, the Bostoni
aus celebrated the event with cannou.
"Who shoots now?
Wc staled last week, and we rcitcrnte
this week, thai when Columbia was laid
in ashes the Bostoniaus fired cannon. In
this we did not propose to stale anything
new to our readers, but what we have
always heard and believed to be true, and
still believe to be tiue. We now say
further that not only the burning ot Col
umbia, but also that of Charleston was
celebrated, not only in Boston but also in
Chicago and Philadelphia and the
Yankee licet on our coast, by the usual
rites of public rejoicings, such as hoisting
uf flags, bonfires and (we believe) shoot
ing of cannon. At any rate, the spirit
was there, and if cannon were m>4 fired
which we have reason to believe was the]
case, and no reason to credit otherwise, it
was only because they did not have time
to load them or they were not at hand.
That this may not have been the case, we
arc not prepared to say, as we were not in
Boston tit the time.
In this connection we will mention the
first appearance of the Columbia Union
in the office of the Times. We can only
account for tho tardy civility of that
journal tu* a part of its usual lack ofj
courtesy. Wc think it would have done
better if it had sent us one of its number
in which it animadverted upon our re
marks on Bostoninns. That we saw it.
tit all, wo owe thanks to a couple of local
Finally, if a reliable gentleman, a Bos
tonian, who was present on the news of]
these fires reaching that city, were simply
to state that no cannoji were there fired,
wc would uu'ucsifatic.gly give credence to
Ids statement, so far*as It went, that is to
the '?firing of cannon." But that Bos
toniaus have been put in a false light by
us before our readers, we do uot believe,
the Union to the contrary notwithstand
ing. . ?
Mr. Editor : It is to be hoped, that
tho lesson taught by the result of the
Presidential campaign, will he well learn
ed, and practically applied, by the South
If there were any one this sid-r of the
Potomac so .simple, as to be duped into
the belief thai the Northern masses cared
a picayune lor our misfortunes, except to
rejoice in them, wc trust ho is now unde
ceived to his heart's content.
The verdict proclaimed through tlae
ballot-box against, "Kee<>nei!iationr" the
watchword .of the Cincinnati and Balti
more Conventions, is so plain "th.it the
way-faring man, though a fool, cannot
It say.-, to the South, as if written in
letters of lire, "We have always hated
you. and we hat" you .-till."
Let ns then, like men, acc?p< the issue,
and although i'.. may be unchristian to
add, do likewise, :,t least be dune ?villi
Wc have nothing to reproach ohrst.Ives
for. We have done ail that a noble peo
ple could do. We have cleared our tkirts
from cvory rcsponsibiPiy that mny result
from the tint ol halred.
By the recent .National campaign, we
have completely vindicated ourselves,
and put to contusion the false pretenses
j of tho Yankee; nud by the Reform cam
I pnign we have done the same in reference
to tho negro, his equal, and probaMy
We can, therefore, frith clear eon
sciences and light hearts, now apply our
selves to owr own redemption, which is
witnin our grasp. Will \re do it? Or
will* we present to the world the pad spec
tacle of a people who have lost their
virtue ? If we are indifferent to our own
condition, gratitude to our fallen com
rades, and duty to our posterity, call upon
us in pathetic.accents, to make some sac
rifice for a disenthralled State.
Such appeals may appear puerile in
this degenerate ngc, when gold is God,
and policy the watch-word; but we speak
not to scalawags or deseitcrs, (which are
synonymous terms) but te those true
hearts who followed the Confederate ban
ners to the bitter end, and although ac
knowledging themselves the conquered
subject* of the United States Govern
ment, are determined never to prove re
creant to those principles of freedom,
which overwhelming numbers alone pro
vented them from perpetuating.
Let us then go to work in earnest and
determine that political equality, which
the benign influence of Republicanism
nlon? prevents, shall bo established in
South Carolina. But how is this to be
It is evident, especially where two
races exist, that the only just system of
government is to bo derived through
cumulative voting or minority represen
tation, which is fast gaining ground and
being established in places where educa
tion and refinement are in an udvanccd
state. The negro, however, rejects it, and
intends *o reject it, as long as he has the
How then arc wc to obtain it ?
"Wc answer most emphatically by in
creasing the white population.' Herein
lies our only salvation. If wc turn our
energies to its accomplishment, a bright
future is yet in store for our State, but
if wc, through Fordid parsimony or short
sighted views of interest, neglect it, we
arc a doomed and degraded people.
Taxes tire going up every year to feed
the robbers. Last year they were about
12 mills; this year fhey Ar? to be 17 mills,
and in the same proportion next year they
?will be 21 mills.
Why not pay one b5g tax at once and
be done with it, by each farmer resolving
that no matter what may bo the cost, he
will immediately settle one o? more im
migrants upon his land, according to the
area of bis farm, and give each forty or
fitly acre3 in fee simple,, as a permanent
By this means, before the next election
we could at least double the white vote,
and mate tue statas 120,000 whites to
The investment would not only pay
the fanner back ultimately in reduction
of taxes, but in the enhancement of real
In order that organization maybe had,
let Immigration societies be foimcd iu
each County immediately, to collect sub
scriptions both of land and money, and
as soon as the lists are complete, let prop
er agents be sent out for tho immigrants.
Introduce them not as laborers, but as
land owners like ourselves, our equals in
It is absurd to say tfcey vsou't come.
The effort has never been made, nor the
inducement c fie red, to bring them.
But says some croaking fogy, who is
afraid that the scheme might cost him
j five cents, when they come they will vote
This is both unnatural, and contrary to
precedent. If they corneas hirelings it
may be so; but if wo bring them in as
land owners, identity of interest, ami
hientity of race, will be sure to bring
identity of political* feeling and action.
Besides, we have a large fcreign ele
ment, both in the city of Charleston and
! in Ooonce County, nnd in rcither place
j do we hear of any such alienation; and if
j t is not so mm, when it may bo profitable
to scalawag, why should it be so when
there is a white majority.
But again, even looking at the darkest,
side of the picture, is it not infinitely safe,
to be in a state with a white majority,
however it may be, than as wo now auo
with a majority of J10 000 negroes, who
w ith the Yankee,, have pronounced them
selves our enemies, and who never in
tend as long as they have the majority to
give us tho least voice in the govern
The fact is Republicanism and Demo
cracy have nothing more to do with the
subject before us, than they have to do
with tho Rings of Saturn. The forme
arc not understood. However it may be
theorieally, practically in South Carolina
to become Republican i* to beeomc no
Tho issue is no lougcr party, but race
and the negro huvc made it go.
Let ns then l>e deccive<l no longer, but
viewing things as they are, work o"t our
own redemption, not a* a pnfty, but as a
We can do it, if we will; and if we are
unwilling then let us hear no more eonr
phuntH of Radical oppression.
We speak plainly, because mincing
word* sind catering to ignorant preju
dices are no longer necessary. We have
thrown aside ull such restraint*.
Our Columbia Letter.
from our own correspondent.
Coi.umrta, Nov. 18th, 1872. '
Our city streets show an increase of
population, faces familiar and new ap
pear on tho sidewalks of Main street.
The new doubtless acolytes of the legis
lative arena, or mayhap aspirants for
office, the reward of servico in the tented
field; the old veterans recognized in the
pursuit of pi Tinge and plunder. Gen. F.
J. Moses, tho Governor elect, holds forth
at "Randall's," and is tho recipient from
"morn till dewy eve" of innumerable calls
from the faithful, no doubt, for confirma
tion of the golden promises which he so
lavishly showered before his followers:
Moses has kept his counsel close, and us
yet has not declared which way he leans
in either of the two events which will be
shortly decided, viz: The election of
Senator, vice Sawyer discharged end that
of Judge?Mehon promoted.
R. B. Elliott, colored, in his own words,
presents "integrity and principle (?)
versus money in the claim of J. J. Pat
terson," honest John as ho is termed?
the sarcasm being so broad as to be intel
ligible to the most unsophisticated ?con
sidering that J. J. has been identified
with almost every scheme of plunder en
tailed on the State.
(.Continued in our not.)
OUIl WASHINGTON LKTTER.
prom oun own corkew'O^hent.
Washington, D. C, 15, 81 H
Two weeks from next Monday the
second session of the Forty fourth Con
gress will commence, when the buiterflie?
of fashion, not meaning our law makers,
who arc generally plain folk, will begin
to show evidence o?" vitality, ufttf lluftcr
their wings. This season promises to be
ihc gayest in a number of years, and so
it should, for hare not our Radical
friends a plentiful supply of that great
force which in homely phrasea is said to
make tho mare go and I have no doubt of
the lavish expenditure of the force or the
pace of the animal during th*i next four
(Cont'lhswcd' in our next.)
OCR CHARLESTON LETTER.
FECflf OUIl OWN (en RESPONDENT.
Charleston, Nov. 18, ]C87iI
After a season of amuscuion's, politi-j
cnl excitcment and other worldly dissi
pation*, our city bus suddenly recollected
itself and with an apparent effort, resum
ed its usual state of sleepy indolence
and humdrum prtrpriety. The election
for President, following swiftly on the
heels of that for Statennd County officers,
stirred her up to an unwonted degree, and
after giving Grant an overwhelming ma
jority, the old lady has settled down with
the consciousness of having done her
whole duty, ami confident of reaping the
full reward of her labor in the many favors
to flow hitherward from the Executive
j mansion at Washington. Nay, is not the
new custom house being rapidly pushed
to- completion ? and report says tke
sphynx will shortly build a stable and
keep a stud of horses on the battery; but
the ravages of the epizootic forbid this to
be true; and the honor is too splendid to
be in reality conferred upon Charleston.
She has not yet done enough to be no sig
nalized by the hero of the stable mind.
The big firo in Boston, which, by the
by, those ungodly descendants of the Pil
grims failed to look at is the same light
as they did the horning ?f Columbia by
their thieving hordes of barbarians, i. e.
a visitation from Providence for the sins
of the place on the Sodom and Gomorrah
principle, seems to have driven all of tho
cold weather South, and yesterday and
to-day were regular blue nose, car burn
ing,. great coat weather.
(Continued in our next.)
' The weather is bitterly cold, and wo
1 have the horso disease in our midst.
W?f Mr. KlUK Roiunson* i.? authorized to
collect and receipt for advertisements and nub
svriptiunn to tlie Time?.
Pn ?bvterian Church*?.Services nt 11 A.M.,
am! 1 V. M?Sabbath Scliool at 0} A. M.?
I'rayer meeting Thursday afternoon at I o'clock.
Rev. J. I). A. Brown, Evangelist.
.Church of tbc Redeemer (Episcopal)?Ser
viec* on tbe ?d'and 5tli Snbhnth of everv nrontU
Mt IIA. M. and 4 1?. M. Sabbath School W
Mcthodii-t Clmrcb?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7J I?. M. Sabbath School at U A. M.?
Uev. F. Auld, Paster.
Lutheran Cbureh?Sabbath School at 9 A.
Dr. I*. A. Dantzler. Superintendent.
Mayor?F. If. W. Briggmann.
Clerk?KS. J. Oliveros.
Aldermen?E. J. OHvcro?, Wm. Willcock,
Geo. IJoliver, A. Martin.
Orangeburg Mail Arrangement.
Northern, Westerland Ctyenfl. CToscw.
Charleston. 10 A.M. 1.45 P. M*
Columbiu.12,30 P.M. 1 P.M.
OlBec hourH from 8 A. M. te 5 1'. M. Sundays
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
PASSENG ER. FREI (11 IT.
Dovm-12.0? P. M.
Down - - - 11.58 P. M.
Up.2.00 A. M.
Dornt-7.">i? A. M".
Up - - - - 12.42 A. M.
nh. irr TRAIN.*.
Dow ii ? - - ?.13 P,M
Up.5.31 A. M
Mr. W. H. Walker dt the office of the
Daily Phoenix, ia our duly authorized
agent for the eity of C'olanubia.
Lack of space and time prevents us
from giving to our readers our full let
ters from our Federal, and State capitols,
and Charleston. We propose, to give you
the rest next week.
Remember that the Bnrowell County
Fair comes off on Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday of next weck,.at which place
there will ho a lively time nnvong the
Turf men. Through the attention of
".Sherwood"'tro are indebted tor a review
for which we have not space.
We understand that the dwelling of
Mrs. John S. .leanings w:i> totally des
troyed last Sunday by lire. The betiding
and clothes wVro saved, and f'uruituie
broken by being thrown oat. The lir<
originated in the roof,, prsbnbly 1'rosa.u:
An extra of the Medium'tells u - of a
dreadful and most calamitous fire occur
ring recently in Abbeville. Our readers
will remember that tbe unfortunate citi
zens of thi.* enterprising little town were
almost burnt out once bclorc this within
a year ago.
Trial Justice Browning yesterday held
an inquest over tbc body of a colored
man who was found dead the day previ
ous, lying oil Kcnncrly's Road, about 12
miles from our village. Dr. A. C. Dukes
was consulting physicianraod the verdict
of the jury was that the man was "frozen
to death." There were no signs of vio
lence either upon or about the body, and
he bad upon his person an unempticd
flask of whiskey, which led to the conclu
sion that from intoxication he bad bcon
unable to reach home, and thus came to
his death. His name was-Peters.
An attempt to break jail was made on
last Saturday by oneo. the county board
ers. It was, however, not successful.
While Mr. Johnson was attending to some
of their wants, one. of tbe prisoners struck
him two very severe blows on the head
and run down stairs. Here the ball way
is iu the form, of a cross, at each end of
which is an entrance. Only one of these
exits is in constant use, ami tbe prisoner
running into a section where- the door was
locked, he was followed by Mrs. Johnson
and her lather; when iu a few moments
Mr. Johnson,, the jailor, mailing his ap
pearance, pistol in hand, tho prisoner
chose discretion and returned to a dun"
geou. where he is now held in close con
Notice to Consignees Ter Sontb t'arolina
By order of the. Vice President of the
So. Ca. B. H. ".!| freight charges both
LOCAL et TIIR0UO1L will bo collected at
this Agency and no goods will be deliv
ered until charges have been paid at the
Depot. The above to go into effect from
date. Wm. L\ Cauiokn.
Orangeb irg; S. C, Nov-Oth, 1872. 2t
Will be held in tho Presbyterian Church to
morrow, Thursday, nt eleven o'clock n. rn., tho
General OfSJiubly of the Presbyterian Church
having rceomniended that tint* dny should be
observed as u day of thanksgiving nnd humilia
- mm ? mmm
The Regular Annual meeting of the Orange
burg Presbyterian Church Society will held on
Wednesday afternoon, 20th inst., at 4 o'clock p.
in., in the. Office of Messrs Gl over & Glover.
TI108.A. ELLIOT 1',
Building Material.?In another
column will be found the advertisement
of one of the meat extensive manufacto
ries of doors,, sashes, and blinds, in the
Southern States. As these articles are in
daily demand by ourbest citizens, we re
commend all who contemplate imprving
their homes or places of business, to send
for circulars and price lists of these arti
cles, together with the price of builders'
hardware, marble mautci pieces, French
and American wiudow glass, &c, &c.
to P. P. Totle, 20 Haync Street, Charles
tou, S. C.
Down with your crape! We will noue of
it, till every "Sherman sentinel" in South
Carolina has its counterpart by some
yankee hearth. Stir up your lire, old
btatij officers elected
The following is a list of the State effi
ccrs elected lust Wednesday to serve for
the next two years
Governor?Franklin J. Moses, Jr.
Lieu tenant-Governor?R i c h a rd II
G leaves, colored.
Attorney-General?Samuel W. M 1-on.
Secretary of State?Henry K. tlaync,
State Treasurer? Francis L. Cardozb
Comptroller General?S o 1 o m o n L
Superintendent of Ktiucation?Justus
Adjutant Genera!?Henry W. Purvis
IIOLMAX? McUKKV?'.?Marrtwl m 'ihm
evening of Gut ?l-tat t'.o residence of?ho bride's
mti her. by Ki v. 1.1). Durham.. Mr. 11. K. H d
man to .Ui.?s .J.i'. .YcLirew, all of AikeU County
The puhlienre invited to attend a Toiima
xv u; ;-t l\>k?? Spring Bridge on the State Road
liireo miles above Cnpt. J. C. Edwards on the
22d of November 1872. The Ladies arc respect
fully invited to attend*
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PLEAS
Elizabeth B. Barnett as Adm'x of Estate o.f G.
W Baruettjdec'd, aud at Adm'x debonisnon
of Est of Kobt..J. t'nrson, dcc'd, Plaintiti*. vs
Amelia DvCoxson, Lewis A. t"arson, Mary E.
Bnrnctt. and James E. Vice, Defendants.
By virtue of an order made in the above en
titled notion, I will sell at OrangcbtirgC. II., on
the 2d day of December next, being the first
Monday of the month, during the legal hours of
sale, the remainder in tbe Homestead and Dow
er of Elizabeth B. Barnett, in toe following
tracts or parcels of land', situated in the county
and state aforesaid, nit the State Koad, a sd ort
distance below the Two-Chop Bond, 'neing the
Kcal Estate of which the said G. \V* Barnett,
died seized, containing three hundred and two
(.'50- I acres more or less'and ltoundcd by lauds
of Elizalieth B. Bonnctt, Ira Hart, Ik, Edison
Hart and S. It. Wells.
2. The Remainder in Dower ofthe said Elit
tthelh B. Bonnet), in all that tract or parcel of
land situate in the county and state aforesaid, on
the State road a short distance below tho Two
chop Bond, containing one hundred acres and
bounded by lands.of D. Elisoullart, S. K. Wells
Elizabeth Jl.iBurnett aud ]>ortiuii of the same
tract assigned to the said Elizabeth K. Barnclt
Terms: One-half cash, the balance on n cred
itor one year, secured by l>ond of the jmrchasor
and n mortgage of the premises, and to pay for
Papers, Recording and Stamps; and in ease of
failure of nurchaser to comply, to be resold on
same day or some convenient .-aleday thereafter
nt former purchaser's risk.
The purchaser will be let into possession nfte?
the determination of the Estate in Hoiue?tcn<li
Sherift'Oflico ) II. Biggs..
Ornngeburg 0. H. S. C, \ S. O. G.
Nov. 7th, 1872. J
THE STATE OV SOUTH CAKOL1NA,
Ln Probnie Court.
Patrick Doyle, Plaintiff, vs Sarah .lane Wiles,
ClarencQ S. Wiles, Augustus F. Wiles, Robert
H. Wib-i. tWcndunts, Petition for partition of
In obedience to an order nf Thaddens C. An
drews, Judge of Probate for Ornngeburg county,
made in the above entitled action, L will sell at
Ornngeburg C> H., on the 2d day of DcceuiUen
next, being the first Monday in the month, for
partition and division, thr- follow in.; Beal K itntc
situate and being in ihcTovn ofGrangcburg, i:
tbe County Mid State aforesaid, to wit:
1. All that lot or parcel of land with carriage
Factory and other buildings thereon, on the
Belleville road, known as the carriage Factory
of Doyle ei Wiles, and bounded Oil north by the
Belleville road, east by lite homestead ofThotnas
Bay, *?>'.'.?.!! by T. K- hJasportas, and west by Al
ley not named.
2. AU that 1< >! or .parcel of land containinir
twenty-seven acres (27)'ncres more or lew, sn<9
bounded north by landii of Henry Funderburk,
east by the Bull Swamp ltqad, and south and
weVt by Street not named*
Terms??Une-hall cash, balance on a credit of
one and two year*, secured by bond of the pur"
cliiiscr und mortgage of the "premises, bond to
bear interest from day of Hale, payableannuallw
Purchaser to insure the CnriingcFuetory build
ing, assign the policy and to pay for Pa per? andl
Kecording; ami in case nfthe purchaser or por
chasers failing to e imply with the terms of ? nie
the said premises to be resold upon the aaruo
day or some convenient salcdaY thereafter al
the former Purchaser, or purchaser's risk.
Sheriff's OlKee } II. Riggs,
Orangehurg C. II., S.C, } ' 8.0. C.
. Nov. 7tb 1872. J .
By Virtue of sundry'Executions to me dhect*
cd I will hell to tbe highest bidder, at Orange
burg Court iiousor ou the first MONDAY in'
December next, for cash, the following property
One tract of land containing 188 acre* more
or less, hounded north by Mary Smoke, west by
M.W. Hughes, end. east by J. W. Antley ob
One other tract c ntaining 200 acrea more or
less, in Edisto Fork, bounded On 'eist by M. R.
Antley, north by S- T- Jzlar and T. Hughe*,
south \<y. Hutclrins & Thomas and J. W. Antley
and west by J. W. Antley,
Two Hones and one Mule. Levied on aa the'
property of J. J. Antley at the suit of L. D.
Mowry & Sons.
338 acres more or less, in Orangeburg county'
tbe balance of a tract of 872 acres, after deduct
ing Homestead of D, D. Funchess, being a part
of the place whereon be now resides.
The remainder (after the determination of
tbe Estate in Homestead) in 500 acres, cut off'
from the above tract of872 acres and assigned as
homestead to D. I >. Funchess, Levied on aathsr .
property of D* D. Funcbess at the suit of John.
Sheriff's Office, V* IL RIGGS,
Orangeburg C. IL, S. C, [ t3. O. C.
Nov, 7th, 1872- j
Notice of Dismissal.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that I will, on tho 18th day of November,.
1872 lile our final account with the Hon
orable Judge of Probate for Orangebnrg
County, as Administrator dc bonus noit
of the Estate of Josiah Zoigler, and Ad
ministrator ot Estate of George Zeigler
and Malachi Zeigler, ami ask for Letters
P. A. BUYCK,
Assignees Notice of Appointment and.
Order of publication.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNIT
Vi)R Till: JUSTJUtX IHSTJRICT OF SOt'TII
In the Matter <*f )
Alfred J.Eredcricki [- Bankrupt.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN?
Tbc undersigned hereby gives notice of"
'his Appointment as Assignee of Alfred J.
Frederick, of the Town of Orangebnrg, in
the County of Orangeurg and .State of
South Carolina, within er.id District, who
has been adjudged a BANKRUPT upon
his own Petition by the District Court of"
Dated at Orangebnrg the 1st day of
November, A. D. 1872. '.
C. B. GLOVFR,
In Pursuance ov an ordkr from
the Probate Court of Orangebnrg County
I will.sell for caj*h, ou Wednesday, ihe
?th of November, at tho Plantation of
John T. Jennings, deceased, in the Fork
of the Ed is to, 8 or 10 head of Horses and:
Mules, :i0 or 40 head of Cattle, a few
Sheep, Com and Fodder, Cotton Seed,
Wagon and Cart, 1 Buggy, Grist Mill,
Cob Mill, Gin, one 1 2 horse power Steam
Engine, and other articles usual on a
P. P. JENNINGS .
Oi.mgeburg, S. C, Oct 8Ji, 1872
Notice to Creditors.
In Common Pi.ka s.
P. P. Jennings, Administrator of Johib
T. Jennings, vs P. S. Felder and others
Creditors and heirs at Law.
tty au order in this case it is provided:
II. That aU Creditors of J. T. Jennings
deceased, be enj/uned- by publication from
commencing separate suits against his
Administrator, or enforcing any Liens
on the Lands of which he died seized,
until the further order of this Court.
III. That the said Creditors do provo
their Claims before Mortimer Glover Esq.,.
us Referee, at Orangequrg on. or before
the first of Januarv next
Orangebnrg, Oct. 17th, 1872,.
Notice.??ll persans having, de
mands against ihe Estate of the late John?
Gramlin will render them duly attested
'he subscribers, j,:;d those indebted^
n.ii make payment u> Messrs* Glover ?fc
Glover, Attorneys at Law, or to
1RVIN J, DUKES,
FRED. H. GRAMLlNGv
L. E. GRAMLING,
Orangeburg, S. C. Ncv. <Jth, 1872,