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rrho Oi'axiKebni'jjr Times
X, OCA. Xj
Principles, not men.
Dcmoerts, g? to work !
The itg?uy will noon he over.
Lay aside prejudices aud work for
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100 dozen champaign lager beer
jlist received by J. Dec4 Andrews.
Hot dinner and hot supper to day
at the Lutheran Fair for only 25
A son of Mr. W. A. O'Caih had
his hand badly cut in his father's
gin on Wednesday afternoon.
See advertisements of Air. das. Van
Tassell in this issue, and govern
yoursclves necon 1 inydv.
J _m ^_
Mr. J. G. Peers has just received a
full line of canned goods of the very
best brands. Go and try them.
The New York Herald, the weath
cock paper of America, blew Demo
cratic last month, hut i:-> blowing lie
? lino. . * . <ju.i?.i
Mr. Mosel(iy has sent up a line
slock of horses to Lewisville where
he has established a branch business
in the stock line.
The leaders of th<' Radical Con
vention have appropriated to them
selves all tin- lish, and given the col
ored masses all the bone.
The Radical Convention sat down
on Port Motte and several other sec
tions. They have given no represen
tation to several parts of the I 'otinty.
Another lot of the much sought
after A very Wagon, has just arrived
at .Mr. Ceo. 11. ( ornels.m's. Sec card
i n anot her column.
Dr. Websier desires to say that
our coirespondent is mistaken about
his mining up polities in his sermon
at the camp meet ing near Howes vi lie.
The car load of stoves of Mr. Win.
Willcoek, arrived last Priday. They
c onsist of all styles and prices. Step
in aud make vnu'r selection.
Rev. .1. I). A. Riown is ahscnt in
attendance upon the Preshyterian
S\ nod. and will not return until a.tor
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1 ?oliver was so mihi in his speech
at Bull's Mill thai the Democrats
en sod him of turning over to tin
1 >cnuicrati<- party.
dim Simons, a colored boy attend
ing at Mr. Mosclcy's Stahles was
thrown from a hor?c on Saturday ami
na'iowlv escaped serious injury.
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A peck of worms have beeu known
to pass from one child. Shriher's
Indian Vermifuge was the remedy
used. Only '17) cts a bottle.
Mr. Danner's goods are arriving
every day. Call at his store, iI"yon
want to save money. His advertise
merit will appear next week.
Mr. .lohn S. Bowman's gin house
and tour bales of cotton was de
stroyed by lire on Monday morning.
It is supposed that the lire originated
from a match in the cotton.
A joint discussion took place at
Glcatous yesterday, hut ire have not
learned the particulars. Thorn will
be another at Lewisvilh- to-day, when
We hope the Democrats will turn on;
Mr. W. B. Thompson at corner of
Russell St. and R. R. Avenue, is still
dealing out goods at remarkably low
figures. His stock is complete in
every respect. Don't forget to give
him a call.
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Willie Robinson has just received
a full and complete stock of jewelry of
the most handsome designs consist
ing of holies sets, rings and stem
winding watches, all of which i* otlcr
ed at bottom prices. Give him a call.
Our old pupil, Mr. .lohn A. Zeiglor.
celebrated his lilst birthday on hist
Sunday. We congratulate him on
his arrival at manhood, and wish
him a long life of prosperity ami
The Ladies1 Pair for the benefit of
the Luthern ('hutch commenced last
night in Way's Hall. Everybody is
invited to go there to das and take
dinner, and then return to-night and
have a joyous time. Let all who can.
come out and aid in a good cause.
The Lutherans of our town are labor
ing to extend aud enlarge their use
fulness, ami all our citizens should
aid them by their presence and en
Duncan has beeil deposed as the
Radical Chairman, und D. A. Strakor
put in his place. Is tIiis the way the
'olorcd people lay aside their native
The Court House Democratic
Club, meets again next Tuesday
night. Let every Democrat come
out. Work now to be substituted
for speech-making'. Come one und
Judge Willard has declined to run
on the Greenback ticket for Attorney
General. The thing is gradually
going to pieces, and, when the elec
tion iso.er. it will be '"where the
For delicacies, such as sea trout,
marinesc sardines, mustard sardines,
ham sausage, compressed ham, beef]
and tongue, pot?od meats, preserved
fruits and iVuil pre* erves, mince
meat, apple bfitter, dittos, raisins,
call at dos. Rros* confectionery.
Mr. Jacob IJaxt-or, of Ihirnwoll
County, left his home on Sunday
morning for Hinnickov*s <':11!;j> Meet
ing, and upon his return found his
home in nslms. Nothing saved hut
the clot hing worn by the family. It
was un act of incendiarism.
Messrs, Siraus A' Co., have finish
el [mtting in the new. machinery in
their mill, and are now ready for
business, and will buy all the rite
that is ottered them, paying cash for
same. Head their adv? rtisimcnt and
(:i 11 < :ii t hem,
The Radicals in almost every
Cbiin v in the State have pul up
mixed tickets. in Charleston and
Orangebnrg they have lefl vacancies
to he filled by the Executive < onitnit
tee. '1 heir < bjeet is to get hack into
power by degrees.
A new paper has been started in
Gcoigctown entitled the "George
town Knipiiror*1 under the manage
meal of Mr. Walter Ha>.ard. It i- a
go-- i lo >!;ing paper, and, despite it*>
name, wo feel assured that it is no or
dinars newVtUineii hazard.
A disastrous lire look place in
Chuilcsion last Sunday on Commer
cial wharf, resulting in the dot rue
lion of 10,000 bales of cotton, a loss
of half a million of dollars. The
.ire is supposed lo have originated
from catch-as smoking on the wharf.
We nnilerslaml thai Master Uob
???I Dukes, who has beeii clerking for
Iiis bros her, Dr. A. <'. Duke, has ob
tained a situation in Savannah where
he lias now gone. \\ e regret very
muclt his len\ in-, n^. but, know lug Iiis
meiiis a< we do, wv bespeak for him
abundant success in his new hem ?.
We refer our readers tu ihe adver
liseuieiit. in another column, of Mr.
E. ('. fShuil, udio is ottering rare in
ducements lo all w ho are in need of |
anything in hi.-, line. Mr. ShuU'.
goods are all fresh, and purchasers
will ?io well to cull on him at Doyle's
conner. See his sei in this issue
Wc heard :i colored man say that
!m would not vole I he Radical County
ticket with n preacher at its hea l, be
cause preacher.-- have no bll uuess lo
ilabble in politics. A good sentiment
and We have no doubt that there will
be many others who will think and
act i he same way.
The lirsi l all Excursion to Char
leston on the South Carolina Kail
road commences on the2Mh of Octo
ber,:! ml iickcin will besohl for three
days and will be good for >i\ days..
The round t.ip from Fort Motic, St.
Ma. thews ami Jamison will ho $2 ? >(>.
from i?>11 $2 ."?('. from Orange
burg $2 JO, and from Rowesville
The Medical Society of Orange
burgCounty held its annual meeting
at (he Court House on Monday :ind
elected the following ollieers to si-ive
for the ensuing year: President, Dr.
R. \V. Hates; Vice Presidents, Dr. J.
( . A ran I and Dr. M. J. 1). I lant/.ler:
Secretary and Treasurer. Dr. M.
Salley, and Librarian 1 )r. J. (;. Wan
As the excitement is growing mon
and more inlei.se over the comiliu
election, so it is at our friend ( '. D
Kortjohns, over the recent arrival <?i
his stock of tobaccos, mackerel ill
kits and half barrels, candy, nie
lilies, glassware, blankets, t outs and
over-coats, prints, shirts, long cloth,
homespuns, hats, notions, Ac. all of
which he is selling low d< wn. Espe
cial attention to tin notice in asked
of country merchants, to whom a
liberal discount, is olfcred. Tratio
from all sections solicited.
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The Committee of Arrangements
of the Young Americas Fair curliest
ly request all the ladies who feel any
interest in our welfare ami liO not
waut to see our "steamer" taken
from us. to meet at the resilience of
Mrs. W. X. Scovill, on Tuen.lay af
ternoon. Oct. 2(5th at 3.J o'clock to
perfect permanent organization for
holding n fair at an early day.
Another joint discussion was held
o i Wednesday at Koures' Chapel
with decidedly favorable results.
The speakers on the Republican side
were Bolivcr, Pinckney, Purvis a nil
Strakcr; and on the Democratic side,
(?laze, Summers, Dibble und Mclli
chainp. (jenci'ttlitics were the only
stot k in trade oil the Republican
siilc; tlu-v could not be brought
down to hard pan. The Democrats
turned out in larger numbers than
the Republicans und sustained their
A colored man thus desciibcs the
fellows who are running between from
one pariy to the other: "Dey is look
en lor paster, and wen he gib out mi
de Diinicral side dcy go ober to the
Publican side, and den wen he gib
out on lie Publican side dcy cum
back to lb- Dimicrat side: and (hue is
a heap ob dem to-d;?y lookeu lor pas
The Ruds have left gaps on their
ticke? lor tin m tu come in. and they
are How going about with bundles of
oats to toll them in to their pasture.
A hu :1.! appeared in our last issue,
based upon a communication from
Rowcsviilc, to the cil'ect that Prof.
Lawrence tif Cluilin and Dr. Webster
had mixed politics with their ser
mons at the colored camp meeting in
that viewiity. Prof. Lawrence stn'.cs
to us that the charge is en lend v erro
neous, as politics was not. mentioned
by either himself or Dr. Webster on
the occasion. We have also received
a message from the correspondent by
which we umler.st.ind that the state
ment is corrected. Prof. Lawrence
is highly respecter! in 1 he communi
ty as a Northern gentleman, who is
endeavoring to educate and elevate
the colored people, for which he lias
the hearty approval tif every right
thinking Southern man. and we are
glad to hi- assured, as we have always
believed, that he keeps the pulpit
exalted and pure iVtini lhecontamiuu
t ion lo' i o'ilit a! ? 11 i fe.
The Twelfth Annual Pair of the
Slate Agricultural and Mechanical
Society will in- held in the City; of
< '?dumbin from the '.Ith to I lie ! 2?h of
Nov. next, as heretofore, we under
stand under very favorable auspices.
Iii addition tollte liberal premiums
ojf.'rcd by the Society, the Columbia
Hoard of Trade have offen d and
will pay in gold over sjiiifiO. The list
includes a premium of $10 each for
the lines: boy and girl baby under
one year old, to w hich we beg special
at teilt ion and trust thai our wide
awake matrons will compete success
fully for I he $20.
Pat : ii s should be made, cither in
person or by letter, to Mr. Secretary
11o!low ay. ( olumhia, by the fust of
Prepayment of freight for the Pair
is required at point of shipint nt; anil
upon its delivery to the Agent at
Columbia, the aim nut paid will be
refunded on surrender of t he original
receipt, ami the articles returned
tree t >f cha i ge.
Wc are ph ased to notice thai the
I Ion. I >. VY. Voorhces, P. S. Senator
from Indiana is to deli ver the Annual
An angemcnl s a re being made with
t he eii i;.t n*? of < 'olumhia for the iic
comuuitbii ion of visitors.
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A joint ilisciission was held at
Bull's Mill on lust Satunlny, which
resulted most fnvoi ably to t he Demo
eraiit: party. The Rads ami Demo
chits were sand witched in the follow
inn order in the -peaking: Ma< key.
Mellichamp, Rc diver, Summers,
I looper. I )ibb|e, ( ?-.endo, f, l/Jar.
Mackey. Over two hours were al
lot ret I to each side, ami when Macke>
got the reply he had to -peak in the
moonlight and his audience was
wasted by Democraticshol and shell
to a mere handful. At least ball' ol
the crowd, both while and colored,
exhausted by hunger and fatigue,
went home. Mai kev spoke bin a
short time in reply and under great
disadv a ntages.
The Republican arguments, if they
can be so styled, consisted in old
played out war issues, ami they stu
diously avoided the questions at is
The Democrats made a compari
son between Republican rule and
Democratic rule in South Carolina
since the war. showing up the thiev
ing of the former, ami the economy
ami honesl administration <?i" tin* lat
ter. Tlicv also showed the increased
prosperity and hotter educational ad
vantages lo both races under the!
short term of Democracy, it is very j
certain, if votes depended upon ar- J
guineut and conviction <>f truth, thej
Democrats gained u decided victory
in this discussion.
A rousing meeting of the Court
House Democratic Club was held on j
Tuesday nightduriug the meeting of
the Radical Convention. The large
turn out, considering the short no
tiee, showed conclusively that the
Democrats of this precinct are wide
awake and thoroughly aroused. In
the absence ol the President, Dr. A.
S. Hydriok, the first Vice President,
was ended to the ' hair. .Mr. It.
Frank Slater having tendered his!
resignation as President, Dr. A. S. j
ilyttrick was elected in his stead,
and Cid. .1. C. ivIwardk was elected to j
Mil the vacancy caused lei the eleva
tion ofthe'lirst Vice-President to the]
Mr. J. II. Fowl es was then elected
to represent Iho Club in the County
Fxeeut i v ?? < 'oininillee.
The business of the evening; being
thus dispatched, ami the crowd I ???it g
large anil enthusiastic, tin following
gentlemen were t ailed upon, in the
order named, for speeches: Gnpt. S.
Dibble, Capt. )?'. M. YVannnmakcr,
[Ceo. iliis. F. I/Jar, U. i. lifowning.
S R. Mclliciiamp. Ii. t i. Sheridan |
and .las. II. Fowles; The result Was1
a eon pio'io rekindling of the latent i
embers of Democracy, with h will not i
die out until victorv perches upon
Let the (Tubs throughout ti e:
County imbibe the spirit which has
been infused on this Occasion, and
let there beno laggards litltil the 1..-it
tie has been fought and the vie'oiy
The liadical ( onvention met al
the Court House on Tuesday and j
nominated the following partial In !.
ForSenator?Hev.f V) I*. M. Pihek
j For Represent hlivi-lames Rick
enhaker, John Thompson, II. I!.,
j For Clerk of ( 'part ? I ?ob. lioiiyer.
For She. it!' -.1. II. Livingston.
For County Commissioners?
For ('??roher Uvard Aik. n.
It will be observed that iwo vacan
cies have been left on the Represent:!
tive li-t. ami two,for County Coin
iuissioners. and lluil no nominal ions
have been made by the Convention
for Probate Judge and School Coin
lid -sh mer.
A resolution w.-is passed, leav
ing the filling of the--... vacancies to
the Executive Committee. The ob
ject ofjhis is apparent, and we doubt
if we w ill know iiuythiug more unti'
the day of election, when we will be
confronted Uy a full Hedged ticket
patched up from the Democratic
pa i t y.
The t icket is a weak oije . especially
in the Senatorial ami Representative
lino. K. M Pinckhcv, a stranger
from parts unknown, who Was
brought into the County us Pastor of
the African Church in our town, has.
stepped out of tile pulpit into the
political arena, ami beaten out S. L
Duncan, who uns limn :iud raised in
the ('ou uty, and who ran against him
for the i uniuation. It is also said
that he was iissmdated with the no
torious Sw nils of \V illiauislmrg where
I lie was known as a rampant Radical
polit 'u inn.
1 he nominees for Representatives
are colored men of no force, who are
totally unlit for the duties ol l he p ?- i
lions for which thoyare aspiring.
On the winde it is a miserable ticket,
ami we would pity t iraugebtirg < one
ty if there was a shadow of a chattet
of its election. It is the ticke! !??
beat, and if it lie Democrats do thoii
duty at :>!! i. w ill he beaten.
'The work of the Convention whs :.
kind of ? titr eh a ui '?er a IIa ii*, the t loot's
being closed against tin- common
people of ho part v.
Root tin in out Worms are often
caused by liver complaint. Tliotnu
cus or slime which lot ms in ill health
is w here I he Wot'lUS produce thoii
young. If nature is assisted lo earn
oil' this mucus the worms li ml no rest
ing place. For children and adults
Dr. Flagg's improved liver and stout
ueh pad is the only sure cure ami
prev ent at i ve. No medicine is used.
'The health and beauty of children
can be restored b\ giving them Shrin
er*s Iudian Vermifuge to kill the
worms that darken their complexion.
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One of ttl? most useful jiml com
fertable articles fur our people to use
is tin* inside sole or loot protector,
composed of wool ami cork, worn in
the hoof or shoe. It i- a sure rcine
dy for i lieum.it ism ami proof agni n -t
eold ami dump feet, For stile by 1".
A. Lefvcndnhl at ^."> cts pert pair.
d. I. Soreni rue i-. just in receipt
ofn large lot of Tobacco of all grades,
which he \ ill sell cheaper at retail
than the same could be bought in
Charleston at wholesale, and another
choice lot of Hams at 10 cents per
pound. (!o to see him.
It' you are going to Cninp Meeting
go to I). K. Smoak A* Co. and get a
line suit of clothes a! low Ii g tires.
Kxtra line beef, pork and mutton
furnished CVCry week at the weil reg
ulated market cd'Marion Jackson.
Persons camping in town bvoi
night are rccpiested to -lop in i J. IS.
Smoak A- C'o.'s yard whore they will
liiid good accommodations for tliotn
? dves and horses. a
"Bb^CX-DHA'Jj-MT" makes, chills
ami fever impossible.
For sale by l)r. .1. C. Wannamalcer |
Don't forgot to carry yotir cotton
sample ; to |). K. Smoak i? Co. T.hey
pav the highest prices and priv the
cash. * a
Beauty, health, anil happiness for httlh ?<
ia "WINE OF CAnDUI."
For Sale by Dr..l.O. Wanna fneket
If you need a nice set of hnrno.-s
don't buy until you have priced tin m
at I). K. Smoak iV Co.'s. They have
just received a line h?l. a
Goods : rrivii g by every train for
J. I. Sorrcntriie. He will make, this
season, shoes a specialty as his
large aiiti varied stock will sloov hv
Take " BLACK-DHAIIGHT " and you
will never l?- bilioita.
l-'o. sale by Dr. .1. C. Wannamaker
fleiitIbineh's furnishing goods', em
bracing linen collars; culls, half
ho e. ai d some of tin best (junlity of
nidauudried shirts at 7"?;cents and
jjtL?? a'. .1. I. Soi. a' i no.
I). K. Smoak Im- returncd with
the finest lot of clothing ever of. red'
in this|*in:irket. a
"V/iNE OF CANDUI " for Ladies only.
I'or sab.- by 1 >r. J. < Whnhamak
The drug; store win re < an gi \ yihlr
money's worth i- at Dr. ?L (?. Wan
namaker. Orhiigehurg t'. IL. S. i .
\V;c buy the best, keep the best, and
sell it a', low prices, '.'.ern e, if you want
aiiy. thing in the drug line, call and
i sei- US; We keep ii lall lim of hair
iiiid tooth brushes, toilet Soaps, per.
I fuinCry, sponges, patent medicines:
l make prescriptions a specialty': will
j be found.at our post, day or nigh!.
: It is i*'iind .it lint! Something hew
? under die r>ini A :i< \v etri is drawing
? upon woman. Ilithcrh? sin-has be . . 'I
i i d upon to sutler tin- ill- of niaukii .! ? ml
I her own besides. The frequent ??' ? ?
, irt'.-sini? irre<relariiics peenli r In le 1 ?? \
I have loh? ft i a to her die "'direful sprh -_r
i of \voes unnumbered." In the mansion >t
do- rich and hove' ?f poverty ulike vvont.ih
lias been tlie etui .ant yCl patient vietiui >?f
In thousand ills unknown in man- aid
j without a remedy. "<;li l.< rd. how long!*'
! in iliti ngOtty of her hoiiI. hath she eried;
but now tin- hour of her redemption is
coin.'. She Will sailer no nn re. for Brad
Hcld's female lJeguhitor, ??Woninn'a liest
Friend," i~ I or sale by Dr. A ?'. Duki>.
and idsn by Dr ?!.<?. \\annaimiker.
I'repareil by Dr. .1 iradiield, Atlanta,
(Jti.j pi iee, Si' 30 per bottle.
A trial package of " BLACK-DRAL'GHT"
i free of charge at
j For sale by Dr. .1. (I. Wauuamak
A i t.an 1 a. <; \.. (?*? t?. 1 S7t>.
Messrs. Hutchison & Uro.: Oenileini-n- 1
have lined your '".N, ur di/ii.e" ntill have
been relieve I by it- AH who suiterTroiii
neuralgia will do well to give y><u a call.
Disuse esstosulIerwli.il w? letve a remedy
at iitir tloof.
11. W. Tno.M \s,
of Ivos & Tbfinin?, l-'uriiimre Dealers
Messrs. Hutchison A; Pro. 1 am I'appv
to say that \ our'?N' Ura'i.'iiie" aeli-d a ? a
-pceiae in my case; relieving me in an
iiieietiibly short time, i woual advise nil
sti tiering from neiiru'gia to try ii.
Yours, ite .
? i. v. fiiM i s\ n
Korsale \*y Dr. A. t . bukes, and also by
I'r. il. <?'. Waiuiaiitsiker,
No head-ache or baek-achc for ladiea
who drink "WhNE OF CARDL'I."
for sale by I >r. d. t;. Waiii|amaker
Xsi'a tkot Reports.
Coi id led every week by Messrs. Dui.l.
PlSIUAY, Oil. -"_', ISSO.
I Miildihigs. K>M
j Low .Mi. id It, i's.r?it'.r
I ? Uilinary. ''t'i.'.
? PP.OVIS ONsj
New t'orn .
(?'odder, per leu 11 .s. ito
boiiuh Dice. 85
fl>lie finest und c3u>}ii?ck1
I H b'npiors in Oraugebiirg, for sale at
W iillitce t.'annoii's old staiui.
Mr c tt. .loticskeeps gootl horses at d
buggies for hin?, and is also prepared Iii do
:ib kinds of hauling piomptiy en short
notice, 'firms rcascnablc.
('. IL ,)ONl S.
litig "JO if
E^OU a Cool I>rinl? of* rat?
? Apple t hier, go to Walla < .
Of.Vl'ntcIn ?f:?u,#7. I(fv..lvn?__.,?ft
K..-JS *? ?? ????"?!? t.'..*) Ji . i/iv .vwoil.u.Tiiu. *^jrU
In complh ncc with t Ii? - Orders of Court
i?f (.??union IMcas, I will HcllthcKeal
l-amitc mentioned in the ?i*vcralcasesrtat
..I below, it i' hungi-bnrg IJonit llou >. o.t
the liI Monday in November next, within
tin- h gal lionr--:
I. Ann C. Murphy vs. M. Smith and
IIugh '?? '? and othom:
In di'lN ease Hell all tltat lot or pnr
eel of land i nie in the town and County
of Oraugchiirg, fronting and measuring on
Tread*, weil street ?i.\ty reet, and iticasiiring
had; one hundred and thirty leut, more or
!??-.-. and humided North by lot now or late
ly dt Mary M. Patrick, Kant by lot of Mary
It. Treadcwcll, South by lot ui Charles
i.awtou, and Wist by Treadcweil street.
feiniH (i-li. Purchasers t<< jay lor
panel m and recording.
?J. Susan K. c.in-w. I, AdmituHtrati.x vs.
(iiurge IJntler Crosswell und ether.'* :
I will ro'l in thin rase the followingpar
cel* 01 tracts of latiil of Hie late Jo-itili AI.
Cross well situate in the County of Orange
i. All that tr.u-t of land containing fifty
ucK's, litorc or loss, bounded North by land
of U ihidiit llano, Northeast by litnd of
Ijuuiel Kimuermun and "southwest by the.
.linger road which separates it front thu
iesl <il Oakland, ihia tract beitigai part of
< hik land.
'j. A 'tail co.ilaiuing ?fty-llifcC acre*
mora <?r ic--s, bounded North, South ami
w. i by lands uf.l. M.Cmsswcll and Kast
by latid <>. I'. M.' ar-.n, situate near ih<
Sanlee river and being part of the lvstao
hinds id' dni late M. Ellen Tabor.
H, A tract near Port Alotle containing a
pact of the l iuslicii plantation, eontainihK
a ho m one hundred and sixty-four acres, bu
the s.iiiie more or lens, bounded Northeast
by land "i J. 11. '1 resevnnt, Southeast by
laud <>i |)r. Albert li. Tabor, Soulbwest by
a public road known as die litigier road aiid
> Hi!hv. i ??! l?S a road running from Oak
land tu Spring < trove plantation.
!. A plaiitalion or tract oI land known
us llaiitpdeu, containing i<>nr hundred ami
ninety ?eres, more less, bounded on the
North by lands of Dr. A, K. 1 aber, on thu
K:i?t by .-'antee river, on die W est by lands
i oli'r. it. Tuber and un the .South by l.nni-i
! 6l i io.i-.well.
?, A r .? containing two, hundred acres,
] more or 1>- ss, i?i urn td by latitia ol Out lea,
Siudcnmirc am. others, which wsis cotivoy
i ?d to -losiah M. i i<>.-wed, hy Ucoign Holl
ver, January otli 1s7'>.
<. ,\ tract containing lifty-six i'ercs. ntoro
ur I es*, bounded by lands now or lately uf
I 10 (hunk, A. it 'laber, KobinsoiTlfisor
I ami Estate of At. I- I itbet'i c jnvcyod;by
, the As.-ignee of .lames ,S. Thompson to
j j eMail M. Cms-well Decvmber ?tb 18t'?9.
j . I in- following parcels oi tracts id land
cotilaitiiug in the aggregate,and sold as u
whole traeli four hundred acres, more or
less, consisting of the folio?viiig i rate's:
1. A tract containing lifty-tbree acres,
murt "i :e?. bounded by lands of 1ml les.
i :;irock, homestead td't'?orgo l I rick ami
i biiiii'formeri) belonging lo George f I rick,
j 'J.. -\ track conmining furty-eigbt acres,
j nit ire or kssj and bounded hy lands of
j ladies and lauds funnel I v of (Jcorge T
I a. A track containing forfy-fcvcil acre-1,
i inoic or h--, ami hounded by lands how er
j lately ?f hiilies iuid ijJtorgc lrielc
?I. A iriict containing lifty-iwo aer*?s,
i nmre or and h muled by lands now or
j la.ely <>i I miles, tiiitl C-jorgc T hick.
i In above four tracts la-; inemioned wo? u
'i?.,\.ve?i by I ittelieii f iloti-er to .Jo-siab
j Ai i ro-fWo!l DecC: I tor MUtti l^TS.
Tei ni.H of sale?One-hnli ciisli ami tho
balance on a credit oi one ear. with a hoiiil
bearing itiiere>t frtiiii tlie day of stile, a
iiioitguite of the preiniserti If a par <'r
-hail laii to t* imply with the terms< i e,
J the property will lie resold u Iii * i \\
i that ur un sonie convenient ti.leday t r
I wards. Purchasers to pay forpafsi i I
Aiastct'.s Ofiicc \ '1TI0S. W.'fJ LOVRH.
o.t .">, I8SD. j' " Ma?icr
V A FEFVENDAHL
\Un>[ A; SHOliAlAIvEii,
\ llAKKKV'S CONNER,
j Itespccitully informs bis customers ami
the public generally, that he lias on
i hand a fuP -luck of the very best" Mat ?
rial ami Latest Styles, Jiim suited fur
j Wilder, which will be made up in any
j style at tV.itn ?-?.> ?*? ? to I ?? fur ."shoes and
i (Sailers, I toots from .<7 up.
j K< piiirhtg done in the neatest manner
I and on the .-hortest iiolicc.
I 1 also keep constantly on hand a full
stock of Leather, La-t-. I'egs, Awls,
Thread. Ladies Hniss Heel Plates, -'ml the
very he-t Shoe Strings, a! ? t.'ork Sole-,
i Heel Siillcnings or .Ntippbrters, Shu.- Tacks
j of all kinds, ami Shoe IMackiug of the best
! quality, ami all oilier material used in this
Having uemy year- experience in the
I business, 1 guarantee satisfaction in my
i work ami prices. A trial is solicited.
I 860'" 1 will nut he responsible for w uk Kit
' with me longer than three months,
1' A LKFYKNDAllL.
V-^is}iing tu in. et the demands of my
it many customers who are daily in
Clearing, 1 have athled to my alreatly well
assort! d sioi k ot
Ocno r;i! Morcli? imIise
/ <r<M'2it*i"y ware et i!., very he-t
\J quality, and at such low prices that
can't fail to give satisfacti it to the closest
(1 Uinn Wm*<?. Ttindilcm ntut Oohictri
? lil *'<i .i'.d Od et nt- p. r do/Cll. Syrup
p. n ftiittcr I lisle , iVre.j all llint gin war
Tpih IV uro, from a smail I wo cut
I 1 platt lo a two gallon i Olloi? Pot and
j Itiiir gallon Milk llm-ket with strainer com
bined, and sold far below its real w'ortli.
1)ol ??t.aC4' ttvens,; Pots ami Spiders,
all sizes, lioni III cents to $L?O a
1 piece. A call it th.it !i?;eesshry to
I ctmvlncc you of the iibove facts.
Also a large stuck of cvt ry griice of
CLOTHING AND SH0KS
just received at
d. I. SOU EN ITU" P.
d lioiee ('SicM'iiiK uiid.SiiioUiai^
v ' Tobacco, Brandy Leached-xc at WuUae<j
Ccnnou's u'd staml