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OUAKtikllUItU, S. C, NOVKMHKK 14, 167!).
Principle vs. Policy.
Ourrcadois will remember lhat a
year ago, Mr. Hayes, the fraudulent
I'resident, in order to wipe out the
political stain conucclcd with bis
' own olllcial jKisHion, became sudden
K'lj/ ijossessed wilh exnllcd ideas ofi
honesty, political purity ami olllcial j
consistency. When the short-com
ings of tlie New York Custom House
' 'were brought to his notice, be liou
' esily' believed, and really acted upon
*;llio faHjh, that tbe removal of Mr.
'?'?orneri was absolutely necessary to
put' a stop to official corruption prac
ticed in that District. Mr. Cornell
was removed and the good people
? both North and South applauded the
? principle that controlled the Prcsi
"ilentSi conduct; but the policy men of
i bis own part}' cursed him long and
? loud as a traitor to the part}' which
> bad placed him in position. The
praise for this independent act bad
scarcely died upon the public par,
i before Conkling cracked the par')
' whip . and ordered Mess's. Hayes,
! Everts and other faint hearted Ee
vpublicans to'jull into line and to do
? or say sothelhing by way of atone
i irent for their seeming adherence to
? principle rather than a blind devo
1 tion to policy. Indeed so weak was
1,'the moral courage of these high o|li
? 'ciuls that we hear them just before
' the recent elections say : "If we were
v citizens of New Yoik we would vote
I'for'Oorncll." Indeed Mr. Hayes as
? sorts that he is willing to elect a man
to the high oflicc of Governor of a
feiigteat stato whom he honestly believ
ed to be so wanting In integrity and
. capacity as to be unlit lo collect the
? revenues of a custom house. Such
? conduct on the part of high Republi
can; officials and leaders proves the
? part}' lo be'one of policy und not of
? principle! end to accomplish its cm'.
; will resoi't. to any measures that give
i lb,e-best assurance of success.
\ -?u-? ? ?
* Election Fluctuations.
It is curious to notice that the po
litical tide of the country ebbs and
Hows with almost equal regularity as
'.that of the ocean. Going back as
(far as 1872, we find that the Rcpubli-j
cans swept tbe country by an over
whelming vote?only a few slates
here ijand there gi\ing majorities
ugains.t'.Gon. Grant. The North and
'West were ?olid for Republicanism
by very nearly a million majority?so
large that I he pat ty thought of noth
"ing but smooth sailing on a calm sea
'under.a cloudless sky.
In 1871 llio tide changed and Re
'pubticanism was swept from control
'in'the Northern Slates, defeated in
: Congress nnd its foundation sapped
in tho Senate. One year later they
'put forth all their strength?efforts
*,were made that no party ever made I
before. All tho powers of the Exe
cutive and the political influence ol
'the government were brought to bear
'upon the election and Pennsylvania
and .Ohio were reclaimed by a mere
fr In 1870 when tho entire vote ol
kite country was polled, the Demo
crats eleclcd Mr. Tilden by a quartet
of a million majority of the popular
1 In 1877 the tide still favored the
'Democracy, and Connecticut, New
Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania,
Und Ohio were mustered into the
'Democratic ranks. In 1878 the Rc
''publicans obtained bare pluralities
fln a few of these same s ates, and
?now in 187D, Maine, California,
fand the Legislature of Elfew York
have been brought under Republican
control by almost superhuman efforts
on the part of government olllcials.
? Folloiv)ng'thc,eainc law of ebb and
?flow of tli? political tide, we may cal
culate pretty Safely that the election
jof 1880 will culminate in a grand
'Democratic triumph. r. .Such a result
'i? possible and more than.probabje.
;* ' Who'is'He?
i ???? i
Tho Abbeville Medium, which is]
owned and edited by Gen. Robert U.
Hemphtll ami Hi oilier, has this to
say of Ilia nomination of tho Hon. S.
Dibble, for Attorney 'General: "Sam
uel Dibble, of Orangebarg, is said to
be a candidate for Attorney*General.
It is not at all likely that be will over
be anything nioru than a candidate,
as this position will bo filled by an
up-couulryiuan from Abbeville Coun
ty. Mr. Dibble is a good man and a;
?air lawyer but ho cannot be elected," '
L'-uank you for the information, Gene
ral. Hut why did you not nameiyour
man? If yen arc as much mistaken
in your assertion about the next At
torney-General being an Abbeville
man as you are about Mr. pihble
bei: g a candidate for that office, wc
arc inclined lo tho opinion that your
nominee will never be called upon to
.juit the quiet precincts ol his Abbe
ville home to assume the duties of an
office which has been so confidently
tendered to him, Mi". Dibble is not
a candidate, and wc do not know that
he would accept the position if nomi
nated, as Iiis law practice is very
large and lucrative. This ho would j
have lo sacrifice to accept the
Attorney Generalship, as he would be
compelled lo reside in Columbia to
discharge Iho duties cd* the cilice pro
perly. In the meantime, however,
should his friends think proper to
present his name to Ihe Democratic
Nominating Convention for some of
fice within its gift they w ill do s;>, the
opinion of Gen. Hobt. II. Ilcmphill to
I lie contrary notwithstanding.
Portrait of Gen. Gordon.
This portrait, the recent gift of
Mr. Albert Gueiry, a native of South
Carolina, has been placed in the Gov
ernor's ollice !o await the action of!
the Legislature us lo its final disposi
tion, in the darkest hour of our
troubles Gen. John 1). Gordon cunie |
lo Columbia and Blood with Gcpeial
Hampton in the breach between nn
outraged people anil the insulting in
solence of a bogus Legislature. For
the bravery displayed on that occa
sion', and the wisdom of his connsel
in the midst of danger, the people of
South Carolina will ever love and re
vere the name of Gen. Gordon, This
portrait will serve to remind our peo
ple of their debt of gratitude lo the
Stoic of Georgia, and, in after years,
lo show how intimately the destiny of
the one is linked lo that of the other.
As a true son of Carolina, Mr.
Gucrry could present no better gift
to his native Slate than a well exe
cuted and perfect life-size picture of
the man who did so much lo deliver
her eilizensJVom Ihe base thralldom
of Radical rule.
The State Fair.
This annual gathering of the agri
culturists and mechanics of the Slate
opened on Wednesday last aud will
close today. Moic extensive aud
thorough preparations have been
made for this Fair, a greater number
of articles have been entered and
more interest m'anifcsUd by Ibp pco
pie for its success than pn any previ
ous occasion ; npd it is reasonable to
suppose Lu:>i ijiu exhibition will be
fully up to any PVCr witnessed at
Columbia, Jt is believed, ihut whilst
the county fairs havj failed lo excite
the proper interest in the people, ihe
Stale Fair will inoju than meet the
expectation of the Directors and scud
out an inlluencu among the people
that will infuse a new lilc in such en
terprises. Wc believe these annual
gatherings of the farmers at ihe capi
tal of the Stale and county court
houses inighl be made of incalculable
benefit to the material prosperity of
our citizens if properly utilized and
hope the success of this Fair may go
far to prove the truth of this asser
- mm . aw ?
Death of Rev. Lovick Pierce, D. D.
As will be seen by our dispatches,
this venerable man of God departed
this life yesterday at Sparta, Georgia
in the 'J?lh year of his age. Ho was
formerly pastor of the Washington
Street Methodist church in this city.
He was the father of that distinguish
ed divine, Bishop George F. Pierce,
and at tho lime of his death was
believed to be Ihe oldest Methodist
minister in the world. Notwithstand
ing his extreme age, ho would preach
up lo within a short lime before he
died sermons of an hour's length, and
with all the warmth which character
ized his early life. lie has been a
member of every general conference
of the Church, South, since the divis
ion, and was a member of some of
tho gencrcl conferences previous lo
the division. His death will be uni
versally mourned, ns ho was univer
sally loved and respected. Culumbir
Let us console ourselves. Gener
al Grant saldi.-) his speech at Port
land that Federal and Confederates
aic "now associated together in a
country of which they nil havp the
right to be proud," and the organs
ha e already begun to pummel him
abo.it it. it gelling so now a
man can't be sociable even in his cups.
Atlanta (.bust Hut ion. ,
Tho Gary Boom.
Tho Gary boom is being tenderly
nursed by three or four country news
papers. Wo havo nothing against
Gen. Gary specially?wo honor him
for the part betook in the memorable
campaign of '70?but wc do not think
he will do for Governor. We do not
say this because he had the boldness
lo differ with the policy popularly
known as the Hampton policy, but
because we do not think ho fairly re
presents tho political vicv s of the
masses of the Democratic voters ol
the State, aiu) conscijucntly his elec
tion would place our people in a false
position before the country at large.
We could name a half dozen or more
men, any one of whom we would
rather sec Governor than Gen. M. W.
FSevy York Election.
The pemocratip defeat in New
York ts grow ing worse and worse day
by day. At fust thp entire t?talc
ticket except Mr. Robinson was elec
ted ; a few days ago, it was reported
that not a "Democrat had been elect
ed but Mr. Totter, the candidate loi
Lieutcnant-Governor; and to-day
late returns seems to develop the
fact that not a Democrat is elected.
Why this delay in bringing out the
truth in an election so important as
this? The country was prepared for
tho defeat and expected it ami no
good purpose can be served by with
holding the truth.
"Within the Vail."
The above is the title of a new
book by John A. Chapman, of New
berry, S, C. It is written, for the
most part, in blank verse, and is in
tended as a treatise on the higher and
nobler life. A careful perusal of the
book affords and combines in an emi
nent degree, the two things at which
every author should aim, instruction
and pleasure. If there be any dis
crimination as lo merit, among the
different parts, we think it is in favor
of "The Lost Soul," and "The Poet's
Home." The lormer affords much
for reflection, while Ihe latter con
tains many real beauties. The ma
terial and workmanship arc faultless,
and reflect credit upon the enterpris
ing publishers, Messrs, Walker,
Evans & Cogswell. Wc IruBt this
Southern work will be appreciated,
and win the popularity, which It rich
Let Him Alone.
Tin; Sumtcr Watchman gets off the
following at-V*e expc??c of Gen. R.
IL Hemphil', of the Abbeville Mili
um. uGen. Robert R. Hemphill,of
the Abbeville Milium, is still
saving about tho "up-country
and the low-country Democracy,"
"Radical Debt," "Strnighoutims,"
Puiity in Polities" "the people," &c,
and some of our exchanges are com
ing down pretty heavily on General
Robert R. Now wc think our broth
rcn of tho quill should indulge the
General a great deal* He does not
wish to bo misunderstood. He stands
?1020 '"fairly and squarely" on the
Democratic "platform," and ho is
right to let it be known, far and
wide. Hands ofT, gentlemen ; Gen.
Robert R. is making a noise within
the Democratic ranks, so dial he may
easily prove an alibi, should ho ever
be charged with having been found
in any other ranks."
Mr. Watlerson, of the Louisville
Courier-Journal1 with his usual froth
incss, says that General Grant will
meet a hearty welcome when he visits
Louisville; for, politics aside, "there
is not a man, woman, child, or dog
in Kentucky who will not be glad to
see him, ami to extend lo him an old
fashioned, cordial greeting." Kvery
body knows that this is not so. Gen
eral Grant has done nothing to endear
himself to Ihe men, women, children,
and dogs of Kentucky, and outside
the few Republicans in that Stales no
body cares a chew of tobacco for him.
There is no bond of sympathy between
Grant and Kentucky, save that
Kentucky manufactures a great deal
of whisky, and Grant is ono of her
her best customers.
And now the painful intelligence
comes from Philadelphia that Mrs.
Polls, pretty Polls, the walking Wid
der Potts, the pedestrienne, all of
which sobriijucits she captured in her
celebrated walk from Philadelphia to
New Orleans and back, is now walk
ing a kitchen floor ; in short, Potts is
a cook. Ilcr "host of friends" in the
South have been waiting with anxiety
for the announcement- that she had
received that mint of money which
she alleged was to be paid her on the
accomplishment of tho wonderful
walking feat, and instead of this
equips the humiliating statement that
she has had to lesovt lo the kitchen
fo'1 a livelihood.
SunscitiuE for the Democrat,
31 CMStOX*'til *-*Jlll<iJ--..
I N compliance with decretal?orders i
.1 niiu'e by Llio Court of Common Dions |
lor Orang'eburg County, I will sell at
Ornngobuig Court House on Monday,
December Ist, 1871), within the legal
hours, the real estate partieub-rly de?
Mowry & Co. vs. .lobu .1. Woodward
and W. W. Oliver. A tract ol "land con
taining six hundred acres, more or lens,
bounded by binds of Adam ll?iuiaii,
Nan.ecy Ho)man, Russell l|. Zimmer
man, W. O. Whetstone, Atiuap. Keitt
and the late Olln M. Dant/.lcr. Terms,
Cash, and purchasers to pay for .papers
ajid expeiwcK of pale. ?,
Henry L. HickenbaUer vs. Jesse N.
Hairier, Administrator, and others. A
tract of land containing 20.'I 2-JI acres, on
which is the residence (?I the late .Joshua
Elaigler, bounded by lands of -Ul
llier, Henry L Rickciibakcr, David Eers-.
tier and Patrick Autlcy. Terms, Cash ?
Purchasers to pay for papers and record
Caroline L. St Ionian and others. Exec
utors, vs. Jolin A. O'Ca'ui. AH that tract
of laud containing tour hundred and sev
enth-six acres, more pr less, bounded
North il'nd East by lauds lately of Dr. J.
(.J. .Jenkins, South by lands of IV. E.
Dooser, and Souih and South-West by
lauds of John Hotl'uuui.
Terms. Cash?Purchasers to pay for
papers und recording. If terms of sale
arc not complied with the property will
he resold, on the same terms, on the next
or some subsequent sale day, at the risk
of the tenner purchaser.
Hester Greene vs. Nero Illume. All
that, tract of land containing ninety-live
acres, more or iess, being part of a tra< |
Oil waters of North Edbfo riyer. former
ly of t||o Estate ol George Bonnet, mark
ed in a plat mailt* by 8. R. Mellicbamp,
May 0th, 1S70, as No. I}. bounded on the
North-East I)}*tracts number 7 and S on
said plat. South-Kast. )>y Col. D. lt. Dar.
toil. South-West Uy tract No. 4 on said
plat, anil North-Easterly by tract No. ?
on gald plat. Terms, one half cash, and
balance on a credit ol one year, purchas
er to give a bund for said balance, bear
ing interest from day of bale, and a mort
gage ol the property, with the privilege
to pay all cash, also to pay for papers
Harnet Liviagstou and others vs. Hen
ry Livingston. Executor, and others.
All that tract known as the Jlome plan
tation ol the late JJaruet Liviugst Hi, con
sisting ol two tracts, one known as the
Timothy grant, containing eight, hundred
and lilty acres, unore or lc->s, and the
other bought by laid Darnel Livingston,
deceased, from Mrs. K.J. Danne. ly, con
taining one hundred acres, more pr less.
This land will up sohl in parcels accord
ing to plats which will be exhibited at
at the Master's o|)lee and at the sale.
Terms, one-third cash and the balance
on a credit of one and two years; pur
chasers to give bonds for the balance,
hearing interest from the day of sale, se
cured by a mortgage ol the property,
also to pay for papery and recording. II
a purchaser shaM fail to comply, the
Master will re-sell on the same day, or
the next succeeding sale day on the same
terms and at the.risk of the former pur
George Doliver vs. ? Eogle and oth
ers. AH that tract of laud containing
one hundred and Sixty-two acres, accord
ing to a plat made hy M. L. Baldwin in
1874, and hounded Oil the North-West by I
lands of l'abner and Win. J. Chapiu.
North-East by lands then and formerly
of W. Daijnerly and Illume, South by re
maining lauds of Olivia M. Kennerly,
and South-West bv lauds then of George
McMicliael. Tgi^si onejjmlf cash and
rrre balance on a credit of 12 mouths,
purchaser to jfive bond . for the halanue,
with Interest from tbe day of sale, and a
mortgage of the property, and-to pa}' for
papers and recording. If purchaser shall
fail to comply, the property shall bo re
sold the next, succeeding sale day, on the
same terms and at lite former purchaser's
"Wando Mining and Manufacturer Co.
vs. Daniel Livingston, John Courtney |
and Andrew Jclcoat. All that tract ol I
land situate on the DC Uontl, containing
live hundred acres, more or less, bound
ed North by Little I leaver Creek, East
by lands now or lately ol M. L. Hughes,
South-Eaat by lands now or lately of Jo
seph Morgan, South by the 0(1 Itoad, and
\\ eat by lauds now or lately of W. Jones.
Terms, one-third cash and the balance
on a credit of oh? and two years. The
I purchaser to give bis bond for the credit
portion, with interest from the day of
sale ami a mortgage ol the property; also
lo pay lor papers and recording, anil il
the purchaser shall fail to? comply, the
property will he resold on the succeed
ing sale day. oil the same terms and at
the risk Si* the former purchaser.
George Boliver and D. W. Robinson
vs. Josephine S. Duller and John D. D.
Eairey. All that lot and buildings on it
in llio town of Orangeburg at the corner
of Amelia and Windsor streets, measur
ing 117 feet on Windsor struct, and 110
I leet on Amelia s.'r-jcf, and bounded on
the South by lands of II. Kiggs and Jo
seph Strauss, East uy lands of Jleury
Smith, ou the North by Amelia street,
and on the West by Windsor street.
Terms, Cash, purchaser to pay for pa
pers and recording. If purchaser shall
fall to comply, the property to he resold
on tbe same or un souio subsequent sale
day, on the same terms and at the risk of
the former purchaser.
D. W. Warren and Horace M. Michel!,
Assigne.es, vs. C. K. Felder. All that
tract of laud containing two bundled
and lifiy-sjx acres, more or less, bounded
North hy lands of Whit more and Darier,
South by lands of Richard Evans, West
by lauds known as Whituiorc's, East by !
lands of J. F. Livingston, and Estate
lands ot J. 11. Dehler. Terms, one-halt |
cash, and the balance on a credit of one
year. Purchaser to give bond for bal
ance with Interest from day of sale, and a
morlgatu of the property, ami to pay for
papers and recording.
D. A. Mclvcr, Administrator, vs Eliz
abeth Splgner and others. All that lot
of land and improvements thereon, in
the town of Lowisvillo, of the estate of
the late Henry E. Smoak, containing
about one-half of an acre, and hounded
East by the Railroad, North%by a street,
South by Mrs. Dime and others, and West
by D. Mclvcr; also another small lot in
saiil town. Terms, one-half cash, and ;
the balance on a credit of one year. The I
purchaser to give bis bond for said bal
ance, with interest from day of sale, and
a mortgage of the property, also to pay
for papers and recording.
Pinokuey L, Moorer vs. Sophia E. II.
Sncll. AH that trijet of land in poplar
Township, containing three hundred
acres, more or less, hounded North by
lands of lt. R. Dehler, South by lauds of
Jim Joiper, pick Green, and 'J qui Oliver,
East by hinds of J. Quluecy Darier, anil
West by lands of Estate of c. Thomp
son, Terms, Cash, and purchaser to
pay for papers and recording. If pur
chasers fail to comply it will he resold
on the next sale day at his Ilsk and on
GCorgc Boliver vs. George Williams,.
All that tract of land in the town of Or
iingeburg, on which the defendant now
live-:, hounded on die North by u line
running at right angles with tho road i??
'?Sunny .Side," on the East by Brlgg
innii'fi lot, on the South by a briiueh
bounding Cornolsoii's lot, on thu West
by the said road up to where a ditch In
tersects, Which lot contains two acres,
more or less. Terms, (.'ash, and If pur
chaser shall tail to comply the lot will
be sold on the sumo or the next succeed
ing sale day ^it, the risk of the former
jutichaser, ond on sumo Icrnut. Pur
chaser to [my lor papers and recording.
Morgan J. and Francis IS. Keller, Kx
eeitlors, vs. Lewis P. Collier. All thai
tract of land containing eight hundred
and thirty acres, more m' less, and
bounded North by lauds of D. Vv. Feld
er, A. M. Snell. and John Gnunling.
Bast by F. W. Wannamaker, South by
hinds Of Col. Ott and It A. Bowman, and
West by L. K. D. Fetter's bind. Terms
Cash, and purchaser to pay for papers
and recording ; and if the purchaserttliull
tail to comply, the land will be resold at
Ills rude and on the same terms and at
the same or some convenient sale day
Jacob Fugle vs Smart Loyd. All that
tract ol land containing one hundred
acres, more or le?s. hounded oil the
North by lands of J. II. St a Icy and D
Jones. Fast by hinds of .James Kips, and
on the West ami South by lands of Dr.
Quattlebaillll and 15. F. Simmon-;.
Terms, (./'ash and purchasers to pay for
papers, recording and expenses of s:ilo.
If purchaser Hindi fail to comply the
land will be resold at his risk, on the
same or some convenient sale da}', on
the. same terms.
Morgan J. and Francis E. Keller. Ex
ecutors, vs. J. Lewis Gibson and John
II Livingston. All that tract of land sit
uate in Liberty Township, containing!
tour hundred acres, more or less, bound
ed by binds of Morgan Davis, D. O. Jef
eoat, Porter 1?. Pearson, Jacob Pearson
and others. Terms Cash, and purchaser
to pay for papers and recording. If the
terms ol sale are not complied with the
property will be resold oil the next or
some succeeding sale day on the same
terms and at the risk of the former pur
Hugh L. Green, Assignee, vs. Henry
Welfare. All that tract of laud contain
ing eighty-live acres, more or less, situ
ate on Kettle branch, and bounded by
lauds of John M. ."Myers, June Vogt, F.
W, Vogt. Bill Fair, and Rollhi Avinger.
Terms, Cash, and purchaser to pay for
papers and recording. II the purchaser
sliall fail to comply the property to be
resold at his ri?lc, and on same terms, on
the next or some convenient sale da}' af
Alva Gage vs. Elizabeth Brown. All
thai tract ol land containing twelve hun
dred acres, more or less, iii the Kork of
Ed is to, bounded on the North by Cooper
Swamp. East by lands formerly of Jacob
Wolfe. South by South Ed ist o river, and
West by lands now or lately of John It.
Millions. John C. Kowe, and the late
John 0. Quatilebauni, said laud is called
the. Snake Swamp plantation. Terms,
Cash enough to pay all sums auiually
due to the plaint ill' at the dale of stfkj
stile and the cost und expenses of these
proceeding--, and the balance oil a credit
of one and two years. Purchascis to
give bond for siiid balance with interest
from day of sale and a mortgage of the
property, and to pay for papers and re
Thomas E. Rickeubaker, Adin'r.. and
others, vs. Ida Zimmerman and others.
All that tract of hind of which the bite
Lewis II. Zimmerman was seized, con
taining three hundred and eighty-nine
acres, more or less, bounded North by
lands Of S. IS. Bickenbaker, East by
lauds of S. E. Rickenbaker, A. S. Pat
rick and Frank Uhner, South by binds of
Ned Keitt, James Bo/.ard and"Estateof
Nicholas Till, and West by lauds of the
Estate of John Till, David Pursuer and
the tract allotted to Mrs. Ann A. Zim
merman. This tract will be sold in par
cols, according to plats which will be ex
hibited at the Master's Office and at the
sale. Terms, one-half cash, and the
balance on a credit of one year, secured
j by bond of purchaser hearing interest
frotuJday of sale, and u mortgage of the
the property, purchasers to pay for pa
pers and recording. If any purchaser
shall fail to comply, his share shall be
sold at his risk on the same or next suc
ceeding sale day on the same terms.
Watson A- O'Cahi and others. Admin
istrators, vs. Valentine Pit hail and oth
ers. Alt that tract of bind lying on
Middlepeii Branch, containing seven
hundred and fifteen acres, bounded on
the North by lands now or lately of Es
tate of Daniel. Bozard, East by lauds of
[ Samuel lllozard, South by lands of Mrs.
j C. Syphrett and George Patrick, West
by lands of O. Smoke and George Bo
Another tract on the waters of Turkey
Hill Creek, containing one hundred
! acres, more or less, bounded North by
lauds now and formerly of Mary O'Cahi,
j EASt by lands of Cook's Estate. West by
I lands of Mary O'Cahi. and South by
j binds of Mary O'Ciiiil and A. Wannama
ker. Terms, one third cash, and the
balance on a credit of one year, secured
by bond and mortgage of the purchaser.
. purchasers to pay for papers and record
ing. The tract ilrst mentioned will be
sold in parcels of which plats will be ex
hibited at the Master's Oilleo and at the
Win. C Bee and others vs. F. M. Poo
ecr and others. All that tract of land
containing one hundred and lifty-seven
acres, more or less, bounded by binds of
David llouser, tract No. 3 of Estate
lauds of John Law. also by the public or
stage road, and by tract No. -2 of the
lauds of the estate of John Law.
Another tract containing about ten
acres, bounded North by the tract above
stated, West by the stage road, and on
tho South bv the tract No. 2 mention
ed above. Terms, one-third cash, and
the balance on a credit of one and two
years, secured by bond with interest from
the day of sale, and mortgage of the
property. Purchasers to pay for papers
THOMAS W. GLOVER,
Master's Office, Master.
November S, 1S7U?3t
The State of South Carolina,
liy C. It. Glover, Esq., Probate Judge.
tAJbllEREAS Adam Carson hath made
??y suit to me, to grant him Letters of
Administration of the Estate and effects
of Joseph Carson, deceased. These arc
therefore to cite and admonish all and
singular the kindred and Creditors of
the paid Joseph Carson, Into of Orange
burg County, deceased, that they be
and appear, before pie, in the Court of
Probate, to be hold at Orangeburg Court
House, op the *2Sth of November next,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to shew cause, If any they
have, why the said Administration should
not bo' granted.
Given under my Hand, Ibis 12th day
of November, Anno Domini 1870.
C. B. GLOVER,
Nov l4-9t Judge of Probate O. G\
je^fi THE NEW WILSON
it3jL- Oscillating Shuttle
\K SXi SEWIH6 MACHINE
la vsEot fitl 10 wonderful in Its conception* ?h
K>1 i^i AStU procedontod for doing a largo range of
El K W W/ sewing In textile fabrics and leather, its
fli # \[ JnT motions are continuous* admitting of an
All / f\i111 extraordinary rate of spoed, either by
flniiVw.irfgrtS Jvl \ steam or foot power. Every motion of the
MIMK&3?&eSfeA treadle makes six stitches, thus product
i0LJO^^^^^^Z^\ ,nB about one-third moro work In a, day
Q^2w9nH9BHBBtoJ?> than other Sewing Machines. It has no
^GfeA stop motions, and tightens the stitch with
the needle out of tho fabric. It uses the
well-known Wilson Compound Food on both sides of the needle, fit
has two-thirds less parts than any other tlrst-alsec Sewing Machine.
Its arm is fully eight and one-half inches long and five and ono-haJg
Inches high, and tho whole Machine Is very compactly and seien?
tlflcally constructed in proportions, elegance, doaJgn/and appear*
ance. Its simple? powerful and perfect rnjochanism. places It as t<tf
In advance of all other Sewing Machines aft the'tolephohe' Is superler
to tho tin speaking tube. The WILSON WENDING ATTACHMENT,
for repairing all kinds of textile fabrics WITHOUT PATCHING, fur*
nishod FREE with all WILSON SEWING MACHINES, together with*
a Tucker, Ruffler, Corder, Set of Hemmers, Binder* etc. " ?
These Machines are on exhibition and for sale by
prangeburg, S. C., Nov. 7th, 187Q.?tf
3Iitu< ei*'? SuloH.
Iwill sell on Monday, Decombrr 1st,
1S7U, at the Court House, within the
legal hours, by order of the Court of
Common Pleas, the real estate mention
ed in the following ease :
O CA IN vs. PITTHAN.
All that body of land containing 18G
acres, more or less. b< unded by lands of
Mrs. E. M. A. Jenkins and Belville road, |
lands of J. S. C. Hoffman and others,
known as Nos. 1 and 2 ot Estate lands 1
of Dr. J. Q. Jenkins.
All that certain other tract of land con
tinuing 310 acres, more or less, bounded
by Belville road and lands of W. A.
O'Cain, E. M. A. Jenkins and II. M.
Moorer, and known as No. 3 of Estate
lands of Dr. J. G. Jenkins. (Sold to sat
isfy lien of J. G. W. Stroman thereon.)
Terms, Cash?Purchaser to pay for pa
pers and recording.
THOMAS W\ GLOVER,
Master's Office. Master.
November 10.?1.S7? 3,t
IVotioti f o rJPtsi\oli
IN consequence of a deliclency in the
number of teachers lor public
fehools in some sections of the county,
there will be ope more public examina
tion of applicants for Teacher's Certifi
cates, to lie held at Sheri Inn's . School
Rooms, on Saturday, November 2'J, 1870,
at |0 o'clock A. M. By order of the
Hoard of School Examiners.
D. L. CONNOR,
Nov.'7?3t School Commissioner.
BY permission of C. B. Glover. Esq.,
Judge of Probate, there will be sold
at the late residence of A. S. Dukes, de
| ceased, on Thur-dav, November 2?th,
I commencing at 10 o'clock A. M., all the
personal property of the ?ald deceased,
Iconsisting of 1 Mule. Cattle, Sliecp,
[Hogs, Poultry, 1 Boggy, 2 Wagons,
Blacksmith and Wheelwright/fools, Corn
Sheller, torn Mill. Cotton Planter, Cot
I ton Seed, Corn. Fodder, Bice, Potatoes,
Molasses, Bee Hives. 1 Sewing Machine,
3 Cooking Stoves, Household and Kitch
en Furniture, Plantation Supplies, etc.
Terms Cash. E. 0. Ii. DUKES,
A. F. lb DUKES,
Branchvlllc, S. C, Nov. 7, 1S71). 2t
A LL persons indebted to t lie Estates
x3l of Mlddltton Bull or Eliza E. L.
Bull will make immediate payment, ami
thnso holding claims against either of
said Estates will render the same, on or
before tilt! 10th day of December next,
to the undersigned nt Vance's Ferry,
J. F. NORltlS,
Executor oc Administrator.
October 31 st, ISTii.?tt
Examine the "WES
TERN WAGONS, One
and Two Horse, for sale
JOHN A. HAMILTON.
Orangeburg, S. C, Oct. 10,1870?3m
S. E. M?ESHALL & 00,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
OFFER A COMPLETE LINE OF
HARDWARE, POT WABE,
TIN WABE, NAILS,
GUNS, ?v.o. Also, Agricultural Steels,
as follows: Straight and Turn Shovels,
Scooters, H ill Tongues, and Sweeps of
all kinds, suitable for the wholesale and
Merchants would do well to call
and examine our stock before pur
chasi ig elsewhere.
. Charleston, Sept. 27,1S7S. 3 mo.
JAMES VA.IST TASSKft
ig agent for titc sale of the celebrated
BALD MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY,
the purest brand in the known world.
CALL! CALL!! CALL!!!
and sample for once in your lives a pure
It has no equal, Also on hand the cheap,
CSt brands Qf
SMOK ING and CHEWING TOBACCO
In the yiarket.
A full line of Staple and Fanoy
Cheaper than the. Cheapest.
Give mo a call ami be convinced that
this advertisement is no humbug.
JAMES VAN TASSEL,
'* ? j '???;> '?:.::?!?' ??><: b:iOtV
At Muller's Old Stand-.
H~ OLMAN'S P?D.
Discovery of the age.
Cures by Absorption, no
Nauseous Drugs to
swallow nor poisons to
injure. It never fails to
benefit. It seldom fails |
to cure. Its value is at-1
tested by all. Tbous
amis of leading citizens'
endorse it. We ebal- trade mark.
Icuge any Remedy or Physician to show
so large a percentage of Cures. Do yqu
doubt? We can put you in correspond
ence with those who esteem it as they do
health, happiness, even life?It means
that to them. Circulars free.
Regular Pad ?2.00, Special S3.C0, In?
K?P~Bewarc of cheap and worthless lnn>
For Sale by Dr. J. G. Wannamnkcr,
May 30 Um Oranngeburg, S. C?
WHOLESALE COMMISSION HOUSE.
M. DRAKE & SON,
13S Meeting ST. Opposite Pavilion Hotel.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Cheapest House in the South.
WE have a large and woll assorted
STOCK, and receive large Invoices
by every steamer direct from the facto
ries in Massachusetts. Visit us when
you come to the city. Wo can ?eil you
anything in the BOOT and SHOE line as
cboap an you can buy in Boston. Oust
goods the same as sold by any other
wholesale bouse In the city, and our
prices arc from 10 to 20 per oent. lower*
Liberal time to parties giving city accep*
nnec. April 18?2mos
THE lands of the late W. M. Hutson
can be treated for at private sale on,,
a liberal credit. They consist of the '
which will be sold as a whole or in par* ;
eels to suit purchaser.
on Russell Street, with out-buildlngs,
TWO Lots on same side of Amelia/
Street and fronting it.
ONE Lot on opposite side^of Amelia
Rev. J. D. A. Brown, at the residence,
and W. F. Hutson, at the Ofilce lot, will
give every information in relation there
to. M. M. HUTSON,
Sept. 20-tf Executrix.
Office ov County Commissioners, )
Oranokuuro County, >
Orangrivurg, S. C. Oct. 10,1870. >
rpiIE Annual Meeting of the Board of
X County Commissioners will be held
on the first Tuesday after the first Mon
day hi November next. All porsons
having claims against the County which
have not heretofore beon presented, will
file the same with tho Clerk of the Board
on or before the dial day of November
next. T. R. MALONE,
Clerk Board County Coram'rs
Oct 10- 4t Orangeburg County.
rgiHE undersigned will apply to tho
M- Judgo of Probato for Orangeburg
County, on tho 17th day of Noverabor
nc^t, for Letters of Dismission as Guar
dian, of Samuel D. Shuler.
RHETT L. SHULER.
October H, 1870?5t
".Notice ot Dismiss**!'
THE undersigned hereby gives notice
that on tho 4th day of November
next, ho will file his final account with
the Judge of Probnto of Orangeburg
County, and ask for lettors dlsndasory as
Guardian of Susan E. PaulUnjr.
Get a. 1870?ISfc^J ! ! ??,????'Hll?nx