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Next weck being the printer's jubi
lee, there will be no paper.
The voice of the lire cracker is
heard in the land.
We return thanks to lion. M. P.
O'Connor for continued favors in
supplying us with public documents.
On Tuesday a dancing hoar per
formed on our streets to the great en
tertainment; of the bovs
Mr. T. T. Ehiicy^an old Orange
burgher, now of Conyers, Ga., is on a
visit to bis old home.
Augustus Fludd, Esq., of Orange
hurg, has been appointed on the Gov
ernor's stall', with the rank of Colonel.
Thanks to Dr. Sallcv for a biidgct
of papers from which wo may cull
man v items of interest.
Town Council has repaired the
pavement in front of I/Jar's and
Browning's law oilices.
We are'requested tostatethat per
sons having business with the
Democrat will find Mr. J. L. Sims .at
Gen. I/dar'; billed
We were happy to see that the j
venerable l)r Elliott was able to get
out to the Fair. 11 is interest in the
Firemen will never abate.
Probate .Judge Izlar has been pre
vented front attending to olllcial j
business in consequence of severe
ilhe'ss in his family.
Our young friend. T. M. Raysor,
has been oil' this week on a matri
monial tour, and will return in our
midst a more perfect man. May joy
attend the happy young couple.
The Sunday School meeting at the
Presbyterian Church last Sunday
afternoon was well attended, and a
profitable address made by Dr.
- mmm * Mmm -
\V> congratulate our Methodist
friends and the community generally
on the retention of Rev. t). A. Darby
and Rev. Manning Brown at this
post for two .years longer.
W< are happy to learn that the Y.
M. ('. A., routed out of their old
quarters by the lire, have established
themselves over Willcoc.lt*s store, a
much bet lor pitted:
We untierstand that sonn- of the
roads leading l<> our town ntV in a
fearful condition, especially from tin
Fork. Stick a pin here, new County
Lost in Orangeburg, by Mr. A. B.
Purler. $51, wrapped in a bill directed
to .1. Q. Parlor. Esq. Any informa
tion, leading to its recovery, will be
Some miscreant sot lire to the j^'m
house of ('apt. Tre/.evantof Ft. .Motte
on Tuesday night, Nov. 22d, destroy
ing all the COtton seed, one bale of
cotton, and everything, exeo,>t the
engine. The loss is probably about
$1000. No insurance.
The water was exhausted from tin
wells at the last tire before the II ant es
pould ho subdued, and the engine
had to he moved to another well.
This shows the necessity of having
more lire wells Money spend in
this direction will pay.
The Governor" has made the follow
ing appointments of Trial .1 usticcs for
< >rangclm rg < 'ounty:
Andrew F. Browning, W. II. Hen
non, d. (). A. Connor, Andrew ('.
Dibble, A. d. Evans, William I'.
11 ay ne, A. B. Coburii, W. H. Fhney.
There will be a Sunday School
celebration at the Lutheran Church
(Mi next Sunday al d o'clock i\ m.
Besides recitations by some of the
children, addresses will bo delivered
l \ Judge I/lar and Prof. Lawrence.
Everybody is invited to attend.
The patrons of Mtllichamp's
School, will bear in mind that the ex
ercises of the school will be resumed
on Tuesday, dan. lib. IN8L Boys
are prepared for College and young
ladies given a finished course. I'n
divided attention to (he interests of
I be school is promised.
C. 1). Kortjohn bason hand, this
week, it fresh stock of carpets, bai
rn oral skirts, mens and boys hats,
nubias and ladies hoods; besides
everything else kept in a first-class
bouse, all of which are sold tit the
cheapest rates. If you want to save
hioncy stop here and got your Christ
The Remington sewing machine,
the best machine made, with all the
latest improvements can be lied at P.
O. ?atmon's lor less money than any
other maehine manufactured. Only
a few left.
The Governor has made the fol
lowing rcappoiniincuts for Orange
Treasurer?Hobt. < 'opes.
Auditor?Col. I). It. barton.
.Jury Commissioner?F. i>. DoTre
Prof.'.I. II. La Roche has been ap
pointed the, other tit ember of the
Hoard of Examiners of Oraugeburg
County by the Superintendent of Ed
ucation in the place of Prof. Hollo
way, who declined in consequence of |
of his intended removal from the
We are glad to sec that our cotcm
porarv, the D'-niocra/, has been in
sured for an amount sullicient to put
the ]i:ipcr iu even better condition
than it was before. A new outfit and
the sympathy of the community, we
hope, will more than compensate for
the temporary inconvenience and loss
We are in formed by Secret ary E.
J. Felder that Pomona Grange will
meet hy special invitation of Middle
pen Grahgeal the Middlcpcn Grange
Hail on Saturday the 8l h of January,
on which occasion there will be a pic
nic and a good time generally. Noth
ing else is expected from Middh pen 1
Gransre and cominiiuitv.
Death in the ?ames is easy com
pared to the torture of Dyspepsia,
Headache, Rheumatic Pains, Dis
ordciod Liver, Rowels. Stomach and
Kidneys, Bilious Fever, lielchings,
Sleepliness, Nervousness and other
distressing complaints that drugs
will not cure, but yield at ot:ce to Dr.
Flagg's Improved Liver ami Stomach
We vrer?t ph ased to meet Dr. A. S.
Salley un our streets oil Tuesday
after his visit to Texas. The doctor
looks weil and hearty and we are
glad to learn, in conversing with him.
that his soil is doing well in that
growing mid prosperous State.
Jack has many friends in Orange
burg who are always delighted to
hear of his prosper <y.
j. II. Fehler and Ira E. Hart Estps.,
managers at Grilliu's, were arrested
and liniile I up heft're Latlli'dp on!
Monday upon the allidnvit of
I'liamal* liohiiison, a colored ear
penter of our town;
Messrs. 15row-ning and A. C. Dib
ble appeared for defendants ami
after argument, the ease proved so
trivial and groundless, tha'J it was
The Methodist ( onference has
made the following appointments for j
Orangcbtirg 1 )ist riet:
M. Ilrown, Presiding Eiden
Orangeburg Station?(). A. Dar
Ontngeburg't ircnit ?.1. I?._Plalt.
Rranchville?M. K. Meltoii.
Pravidehce?W. I). Klrkland.
St. Matthews?F. Auld.
Lcwisvillc?J. A. Clifton.
Orange ? R. R. Dagnall.
Kdislo? G. II. l'ooser.
Edisto Mission? W. 11. YVroton.
The Firemen's Fair has been in
progress all ; he week wit h t he marke.
success that was expected from tilt!
character of the Comn ittee of holies
ami gentlemen iu charge of the va
rious departments aud^from the gen'
oral interest w hich is felt ill the cause.
A stroll Ihroughuthe hall reveals a
perfect labyrinth of wonder ano
beauty. All the tables were taste
fully decorated, ami none probably
was more attractive than the fancy
table standing in the middle of the
hall crowded with most valuable pre
sents. A most interesting feature t f
the occasion was that of the "old
women in the shoe" personated most
charmingly by two, little Misses
Ninit Oliveros and May Dibble.
Voting was progressing most briskly
every highly ami, front what we could
see, we arc inclined to the opinion
thai there, was some repealing, ami
money was iinblushingly used.
Wednesday was the evening of
woman's sutVrage, ami tin- calico
badge operation brought about some
very queer, ami at limes, unhappy
mutches. The young ladies Vveie
charming, ami the boys put on their
Sunday suits ami lookool their pret
tiest. There's no doubt a large
nmoilnt will bo realized towards the
j relief of "Uncle Joe-."'
We regret to learn that Mr. Dan
iel O'Cniu died on last Friday and
was buried on Saturday; Pneumonia
was the cause of*-hin* death. The old ]
gentleman lias of late years, been i
subjected to many misfortunes. The
burning of bis dwelling by an incen
diary a year or two ago. and I be re
cent painful accident wbib riding
(Iirougli bur town id bis wagon, are
fresh in the memory of our pe,ople\
Mr. O'Cniu was a highly respectable
and Useful citizen, and a consistent
member ol the Methodist Church,
Our sympathies are with tin* be
The disgraceful scenes in hog wal
low are getting intolerable. A few
? lays ago two dusky auia/.ons tore
I into ( ttch other at such It rule as to
make the fur fly in every direction
to the high amusement of tt number
of colored men who were quietly
looking on ami enjoying lite .-.how.
Again on lasi Sunday afternoon :t
"Colored man was followed by an irate
I colored Miss, pelting him at every
step with bricks. Finally lht: man
turned upon her, knocking In r dow n
most violently, and stumping her
while the ties of Murder ^fent the
air. A re we descending to such sn\ air
ism in out midst ?
We were delighted a ft W days ago
to hear the rumor that Mr. Jas. S.
Heyward was about to return to
Orangcbnrg. We have since learned
that the people of llratiehvillo have
secured his services as a teacher. We
congratulate our sister town on its
good fortune. Mr. Hey ward is a
ripe scholar, und an experienced
teacher, as the many young gradu
ates from our best colleges, who were
prepared by him. and who are now
bidding responsible positions, amply
testify. We hope that he will build
up an accademy in his new Held
which will be an ornament to our
A friend from Vance's Ferry furn
ishes us the following dots:
"We are tired of polities. Let the
people now devote themselves to
building up the industries of the
country. This is the only way. after
all, to make the country prosperous
"There is to be a new line of
steamers put on the Santee river at
'an carlv dav bv Northern tapital.
\ ? 1
j \\ e will then expeel lower freights
1 "Don*! read a lu'Ws-paper until von
owe a big bill and then older it
slopped. This is adding insult to
Our town was again scourged b\ a
considerable lire on last Friday night
about I o'clock. Occui'ring -t a
lime of night, when im?-.! mod pen
pie were lost in slumbers it made
eonsid-.-ralde headway, be'bre any
effort could be made in checking it.
As well as we can learn (Vom those
who were first on the sp >t the fire
I proceeded from the iuteriorof what
is known as Itcttcrson's old building,
situated between Wltaloy's and
Clover's law ofllces, the smoke and
(lautes issiiin? from the Fasten) and
Sottlbeastern windows of the build
ing. This building occupied as the
V. M. ('. A. rooms. Trial Justice
< Hover's oflicc, and I he Ihlivirrtit
of I ice. uas completely destroyed in i>
short time. The llames then com
mtinicaUal to CloVcr's and Whaley's
olliees on each side, whit h were also
deslroved, as well a-- lie.- si ne house
of Lull Si Scov'tlle with about 5100
bushels of rough rice in the rear.
The great ollbrt was to save Hull A'
Scoville's large store which was done
by the strenuous exertions oft he lire
department and citizens generally,
both while ami colored. The steam
er, "Uncledoe" proved its iuestima
bio value to (he (own oi this night.
Without this steam engine there is
tei telling when the lire would have
slopped. The Betlcrson building was
a complete loss to Mis. ('. L. Stro
man, who allowed her policy to lapse
after many years insurance. Jut Ige
Glover's law olllee was insured in
Hamilton's Agency for #000, und the
Ihnnoiwaf olllee in the same agency for
$000. T. 15. Whaley's law olllee was
insured in .Mr. Hull's Agency for
$700. Messrs Lull A Scoville had
no insurance on their stof'e house
and their loss- is probably $000,
I ('apt. M. Glover, Mr. Julius Glwor,
I Judge Glover, Col. DeTreville, Maj.
Whaley and the V. M. <:. A. dohbt
less lost considerably in the damage
of their books and the de'ran^emenl
of their papers. The origin of the!
five is not known.
for < 'hristmas.
_J. _ ..? ."l.'/.l ? ? .-.-j
Extra lino beef, pork ait<l mutton j
furnished every week at the well reg
ulated market, of Marion .luckson.
' Now us the holiday's are approach
ing', and everybody will be luokilig
out for a handsome present for some
relative, friend, or sweetheart, we
would advise them to end in at Dr.
Wanna maker's and examine his large j
and handsome slock of fancy g.?ods
just suited for the above purpose.'
L'rii es i or.sonablo
GJfo to Prof. Van Orsdell and have
I your pictures taken bcfA)rt? it is too
late, lie leaves on the first of
January. Call early ami avoid the
rusli. Also line frames and mould
ing can be found at Iii-- nailery.
Don't put oll'to the last week.
To r Shooting?Taking pills and potion*
is like "hootinc. with the eyes shut. W hen
you are Languid, (tloomy, Sore, with Sour
Stomach, Pains in die I? oily and Limhs.
i Vcllow Kycs, ?-'kin und Tongue, a b?i?i
I Cough, l?yspe|*ia. Dimrloua und other
I miseries tat.v no doses?iit-e I'r. h'lagg's Im
I proved Liver and Stomach l*.?d and he
Pcrvons camping in town over
j night arc requested to stop in I). F. j
I Smoak A Co.'x yard where the\ will
lind good accommodations for them
selves and horses. a
j. !. Sorent rue is just iu receipt
of It large lot ol'Tohaoeo of all grades,
which he \ iil sell cheaper at retail
than the same could he bought in
Charleston a. wholesale, and another
choice loi of Hums at 10 cents per
pound. Go to see him.
Gentlemen's furnishing goods, em
bracing linen collars, coifs, half
hose, in d some of the best quality of
unlauudried shirts at 70 cents mid
?1" 1 .U? at .1. I. Sorentrue.
A visit to hlortjohn's cheap ??:<-.ii
store at this time is really instructive
and remunerative. Due has no idea
how tuanv bargains are to he had
until they go and see for themselves.
One pleasing feature in this estab
lishment is that they are not pulled
up by their success, lint ev ery one is
w illing mid anxious to show you
around and sell to you low down for
cash, for you must remember that
the secret of Ivortjohll's success has
be n theVash i ratle, I le makes no ex
] eeptions. keeps no slate, no nicmor
! anduins in the cash drawer, but -jive-.
! sledge hammer bargains in exchange
for lite American dollar. With old
experienced buyers of rare judgment,
jftluck, atidacity and ability, having
puilliillited command of that mtrthiiuj
that will buy the world, they are
i able to watch and take advantage of
these splendid e bailees and oiler to
their customers who are not afraid
of the insane cry of auction goods.
Jobs, leaders and specialties well
j calculated to unsettle the brain of
I the buyer on time at lifts percent,
j on goods, interest added. It injures
j im fabric to drive ii through the
( giant engines of L*. S. marshall and j
assignee, the shcritl' ami the auction
marts of the city. It only changes
the price from a veri, high to a very \
low figure. The stock Of this store
\ ha-- been largely ivph llished during
, the week, and tiny are unu prepare.:
to meet demands of their many
i friend-. Iu addition to the heavy
I stock, they are now opening the fol
j lowing, which persons in the country
! w ill do well to not ice':
Silver plated table and teaspoons.
! knives and forks; window shades,
ladies dress yoods. ladles, misse-? ami
j children* ?Vinte and colored hose,
gents hit 1 f 1 lose, ladies and gent-, silk
handkerchiefs, looking1 glasses from
10 ce'lltn lo if:! ?_'."?. ladies balinoral
' skirls, ladies, misses nnd gouts shoes
: and boots, gl:lns setts, shirts, tuinh
: lers, gohh'ts. pic iircs, lobaceo, candy.
, hams. Ac.. ?vc. Give him a call and
I see if what we have sa'ul is not the
Another large ltd Of parlor and
j bracket lamps of the latest designs.
? with or without illuminators, jusl re
i reived- direct from the ma nil factory.
at ttstoMishiiitclv hot pf'iees at J. I.
I sprront rue s
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" make* (hid.,
ami ii ver impossible.
Imu* sale l?\ Dr. .1. G Wnunnuiakor
Don't forget to carry your cotton
samples to I). IC. Smonk A* Co. They
pay the highest price- and pay the
Benny, health, and happiness fcr ladies
in " WINE OF CARDUI."
i ? *
I'or sale l y Dr. J. G. Wftu?amaker
Gootls arriving by every tl'ain for
.1. I. Sorrcntrue. He x\ i 11 make, this
season, shoes a specialty as his
large ami varied -lock wili show by
" WINE OF CARDUI " tor Ladies ?1ily.
For sale by Dr. d. t!. Watiuamtik
The drtlg store where can gel your
money's worth is nl Dr. ?7. (J. Wan
natnakcr, Orfingebtlrg C. II.. s. ('.
We buy the best, keep the best, ami
sell it nl low prices, hence if son want
any thing iu the drug line, call and
sec US. We keep a full line of hair
and tooth brushes, toilet soaps, per
fiiniery, sponges, patent medicines:
make prescriptions a specialty'; will
be found at our post, day or night.
Take " BLACK-DRAUGHT " and you
will never be bilious.
For sale by Dr.-J.- G. Wannainnkor j
It itt found at last! Something new
under the sun A new eta is drawing
upon wont an. Hitherto she has been call
ed upon to suller the ills of mankind and
her own heshlcs. The frequent and dls
trcsxing irregularities peculiar to lier sex
have long been to her the "'direful sprint;
of woes unnumbered." In the mansion of I
the rich and hovel of poverty alike woman
has been the cnn-tanl y?i patictit victim of
a thousand ills unknown to man?-ami
without ti remedy. *M)li Lord, how Iniivr!"
in the agony of her snub hath she cried.
I'.ut now the hour of her redemption is
collie, she v'.ill feiilfi r im an re, for It rath
field's Kemalc I'cgulaitor. "Woman's liest
i i ien'l," i- lor sale by Dr. A 1 Dimes,
and hIkU by i?; iL'5. Wanliamaker.
Prepared l>y Dr. .1. I radfield, Atlanta,
(in ; prlee, St ;>u perbrttle.
A Itul piickrtge of " BLACK-ciKAUGHT';
free of charge at
For sab- by I Jr. d. ?Vnitnamnk i
I Head what ?Jen. U \ . (Tlgoj Audcrso
Messrs. Hutchison ? Hrn.: (Jeidlctjieii ? I
have been a great > allerer from neuralgia ?
the attacks his'*ng for days. I had tried
every known remedy without being reliev
ed. In my la>t attack I tried your ?'Neu
riilgiuc," and in a short lime wa- perl'eetly
cured It is a confutation to know that i
have at last :i remedy that controls this
piiinful disease, and i can cheerfully re
e< inuicud il to all who suileras I do
'. l. T. Aniouison*.
< hit-1 i>; l'o ice.
Atlant i, April Is', !<<<n.
l.outsvll.t.t, Ky? May ?, 187'.".
Messrs. Iluleiii.-ou ?\ Uro.. Atlanta, < in.:
tieut.s - For sixteen year?< 1 liiive diligem y
sni.ghl lor soinespe ilie (of speedy action]
for neuralgia and headache?recent use ol
your "Ncuralgino" proves 1 liriVii ai last
found it and i take great'pleasure in fully,
endorsing your remedy as possessing; eveii
quality claimed for it as a specific for siek
lic.vhtclic ami ncura'gia.
AVspecllUll/ ytMh \
Titos. K. PowKi.l..
For ale by I ?r. A.C. bi.kee, ntid aUo by
Dr. .1 ? ' v. iimuunaker,
D. IS. Sttiouk has returned \. i111
the Ii nest lot of clothing-ever otlorcd
in ibi- market. a
No head-ache or back-ache for ladies
who drink " YViNE OF CAKDU1."
For sale b\ l)r. d. <i. Wannamaker
If \i?u need ti nice ,,f harness
don't buy until you have priced them
at 1). K. Siiiotik iv C'o.'s. They have
just received u.linc '<>i. a
Corrected every week by Messrs. Bum.
I'm day,. Dec. 24, I SSO.
cot i on
Middlings. lo^'-i 11
Low Middlings. I"}'*
i >i dinury. 7 ? U
i oni.7 j'?',St!
New Corn .
(?'odder, per lUU lbs. 70
Uoiieh .ice. 100
SCHOOL (DMMISSIONKlt'S Oi'l'lOK,
< hangcbiirg (Vanity J
*. >i.ii fi-l nie. >. v., Dee; 23d ISjJO
Tbc Hoard ol Kxatnmers of Oran?*e'iurtr
fountv will hohl an examination at
?'Mellb hanip's Sehe?.I House" on Saiurdav
.I:oi.;Sth ISSO. from '.i o'cloe.; A.;M. In ?'< V
M., lor all teaehfrs who do no: hold ccrli*
lieates an.I desire to leach in I lie' l'ub?c
Schools tif the County,
S ri i i ?? IL M i i.i.n ii a m e.
< liairman Hoard Kxaniineis.
1 HOICK Ohio llaini at
j JAM KS VAN TASH M.v
All per on- indebted to the i ?(.- W.
f-'noll will ph-asu mi'-:'' payment to lb
undersigned, anil all those having cLon;
again*! the same, will band them in pro
perly attcnte'l. within thirlv d:tyfi from
date, or tbev wil b de rr .Ipivnie .
lot. ... C bVk! >.
D?t. '7il. ISfO.
dec 17 ^t
fjpll K i.i-it of Drv Sah ami Smoked Ihicon
I low down at VAN TASSKL/S
I?>? permission ol the lion i hartes It.
(ilovei, Jttdgv n Piohate for O angchurg
? oni.l v. I will soil at the plantatimi ef I rvin
linkes, laic deceased, in said County tor
cash, "ii llie -7tli hist., the following pro
perty, to u ii :
One cream Man-, one hay Mate, one hay
Mule, seven head Catth1, one lot I logs, one
Wagon, Household and Kitelicn Kurniture,
I lows, Hees und Plow Storks, one lot Plun
der. rn?- pair Steely a rus< one lot l'an?dng
l.'iensils, mie'lats Cradle, one lot tiears,
Saddle and bridle, one old Pump, one l"t
I (.'arpeuier iihd Shoe Tools, l'i u bushels
j t "in, mure or les-, IttKI pounds Fodder.
I moie or le>?, 400 bushels t'otton Reed more
I or li-s-i,-I hale I'ottoil more or U-s.
UIIKISTIAN ( ALI>W KLL,
Xtltiiit'isirator Irvin PukcH.
dee 10 :'.t
KST qualityciisrd < oatl Milk at
All person.- who have engaged trees from
my Nursery will please call for them as
?OOn as po--ihle .
Al.i.i lOotKirape Plants of etery variety,
two ; ? res old and wvll rooted, al 10 cent?
each < i SS per Inuidred.
d e tf A. JOL'HUIAN.
Ja mts Van 'iassel,
l.lul iiH DEALEIL
On hand and rccel vitig daily Fresh Dm
ries. und the Finc.-t llraudtl of Liquors in
town. BKO II ION STRKKTj
ORANGKUUlUi, S. C
111 in prcpiirt'd <o K11|#|?tf
Families with the ce'fhratcd I'lllIn k*l
phia Champagne 1/t^er Wecr by tltu Dozen
cheaper than Charleston market. At
Wallace Camion's <'hi Stand.
J. OKI: AN PK \\ S, Act.
In compliance with the ordern of the
Court of Common Pleas, I will sell tlio
several tracts of laud mentioned in the fol
lowing eases, at Orangeburg Court llounu,
on the first Monday in January next, vir.: '
t'harlo? O Diintseler, Atlm'r of Florence
<; ii>\-?-r ngaiuai Margurut Clove' and oth
All the* right, title und it* ost of tho
Int'e ITorenee Clover in the following twit
true'sof laud :
1. One tract containing 20- acres, more
or less, in lite LYuuty of "r.iugcburg ami
Mate of Sotuh Carolina, bontided on tho
Si.uili by tract No and marked No. -4?'
it pl.it made by I., (J, Inubinet. u Surveyor,
Marcl; aotb, IS74, situated in Amelia Town*
ship on lli^'b Hill Creek and brauchen of
thickhead, \vnl?*rs t?f Congateo river.
2. < tic- trat t sitintttd in the County and
Stale aforesaid, containing 7'i acres, more
t>i less, and botindetl sou baust by land of
-Haue, unit NoiibweM by land'of I).
Ternii cash, pinchasersttipay for paper*
John 0 Tike, Trustee, agaii.st Joaiuh I).
Stttoak and others.
.Id that tract or parcel of land contain
ing 220 acres, tnoieor less, sittnile in tho
I ? ik >>i l.di -to and County of (>r.tugchurgk
hounded on the North by lands now or
formerly <>i Paul A; McMiubsel, ICnst ami
Sutitli l.y lands nliw or Immer y ol tho
Kstate ol Sylvester lleueh. and Wc*t by
la>.tl.-. i ow or Ibt'inerly of Josiuh Haltxegar,
l'? t ins: One-third cadi and the bnlaucu
payable in ivetve months ?eenreil by a
'???tul ami with interest from tho day of
-.i e, payable annually, and a mortgage of
the premises. )l the purchaser slmd fail
tn <oinp'\ ilie premises will he resold at
hi* risK on tie: saute terms, ou the hiiuiu or
on s"tne othei convenient sale day aftoi ward
i nrcbasers lb pay for papers and ru?ording.
J j". Steadninti, Ad'rur, against John S Ty
ler ami u(tiers.
A nail nl land situate in tho County of
Orangeburg and in the Fork of Libsto,
containhig -let; acres, more or less, and
hounded o 1 the North by hinds uow or
formerly t?l (.' f Howling, on the Lust by
land- of A 1* < lue, on the South by lands of
Kale ilie Walker, and on the West by lands
nl A It howling.
'Iernts: One-third eaidi ami thu balance
payable in twelve months secured by a bond
bearing interest from the day of sale paya
ble annually, with a mortgage of tho prem
ises, iu ease die purchaser shall fail to
comply, tin: premises will bo resold at his
risk on the i exlsulcday on the same terms;
k'urciiasers to pay for papers and and ro*
Join <.' 1'ike against Jane A Stephens aud
Richard llartwt II.
'I hat certain pluutation wr tract of land
situate in the County of Orangubiirg, iu tho
l ot k of Fdisto, containing * 17 ucros, tnoro
or less, and hound now or forttlcrl} ou tho
North ly lands of Or. 15 H KnoiU, South
by the South Kdisto river, Lust by land.' of
the Kstate of John S Jcnning? aud of Sarah
and Mary tiraves, ami the Wu-t by lands of
I)r 15 It Knolls and .lohn F Fiekon.
Terms cash, It the purchaser shall fail to
comply the premises will he resold at bin
risk on thesuecu ding sale lav on the s*mo
terms. Purchasers to pay for paper' and
uhur'fl Office, t TIIOS. W. ?LOVER.
Dec B,tS80. / Mauler
Has ju-t returned from the
With u Large and well Assorted
j Sttn k Id Genoral
j Purchased id (he verj I ?WEST
i'oint of the Market, and will
he Suhl Ht corresponding
Come one and all and air for your
.?elves, the BARGAINS to .be ob
CAKTKTlNG. OIL CLOTHS and
FUILK] 1 I Uhi of the Lntcist
~ 1'atoms. I). LOUIS,
sept 3 188U 8m
I ? . ____
I V ALKFYENDAHL
HOOT A SHOEMAKER,
Has jusi rcceired a full line of Shoemak
er - matei ial, consisting of
And other^article* in my line of basin ok*
all of which 1 lid offering low down.
< i A IT KM 'FOPS
Of all grades and die ken I material.
All o d'-r-' for boo's or (dioVs will receiv*
prompt atleniio't, and warranted to givo
entire satisfaction. Prices reasonable.
I<> pairing clone in the neatest manner
and on the alwrlest notice.
Btt" I will not he responsible for work left
with in? longer than three mouths.
1* A LKFVENDAHT,.
fob 27 ly
THE UNDE \SIGNED
4 vilwH (o Iiin frlcndS and tUa
" r public, at the store recently occupied
A full Stock of (I'ncral
A rail solie'dcd and enl'i^fiiction gmtr.in
Will be made a specially.
W. B. THOMPSON,
jime 4 1SS0 ly
jl/r. C. lt. Jones keeps good hones wi4
buggies for hue, and is also prepared to I *
all kinds of hauling promptly on shoit
notice. Terms reasonable.
! aug 2U