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What is tho proper age for a parsou ?
Vf by, the parson-ago, of course.
Miss Anthony always oonduots her
prayers with "Amen and wonion*"
"Transactions in hair" is a Detroit
editor's introduction to a stroot fight.
A St Joe man is so tali that ho has to
get on his knees to scratch his head.
When^j j? ,;ma,n's businoss is rapidly
running down, it is time for him to
think of winding it up.
J A Kentucky man has been married
iUjajjj^fiamo.^ouso, and by tho same
tWMAteg.to foiy, ajsters.
, A horse' out; West drinks whiskey.
He probably finds no difficulty iu break -
ing into a de.cantor.
* 0tfe great diffcronee between Byron
and Burns in early youth was that the
one was a Harrow-boy, the othor a plow
A red dak tree was cut in New llanip -
shire which measured fivo fcot io diame
ter'ut the b ut, aud contained over thrco
? tbrib 6f wood.
fCbrri Stalks should bo drawn in as
o'^riy ns1 possible after tho corn is hueked.
ilti thoui boe'utirely free from external
.Tjn? F.|!i- ?
Miss I3attles won a bouquet as a prize
ior boauty at a Philadelphia fair. She
WjilJ bo won herself, too, pretty soon,
Kansas City Cum plains of its corn that
f^he.kerqols shed blood." It strikes us
?hat;that's, just what colonels might be
expected to do.
YjiSt. Louis allows but one toothpick to
ii quart of soup. Boston is more liberal*
You can .take as many toothpicks os you
1 ike without soup.
' At the Christmas dinner give n to tho
shop-girls in Boffin's Bow er in Boston.
one of the mottoes displayed was "Peace
on earth; good will to women."
A man writes to on editor for fon r
dollars, 'becauso he is so iulorually abort,
and gets in reply the heartless respons).
'Do'as I do?stand up on a chair.'
j U?ui . ?
A Detroit negro prisoner, on his way
to the.penitentiary forlarcony, was aBk
.ed.wtiat ho thought of hia trial. He
said : "When dc lawyer dat 'feuded me
,madc his speech, I made suro dat I was
going to take my olo hat and walk
-right out of dat co't room ; but wheu the
other lawyer got up and commenced
talking. I know I was the biggest rascal
on top of do cnrf.iL- ?r~
\ ioi^^cn a Dmn milks a cosv he should
not attempt to smoke a cigar ut the
?ytjme. A.young man out in the couutry
tried it, and got along well enough until
he lowered. Ins head and touched tho
cows flank with t^ic lighted end of his
weed. The next lustaut himself and
(cigar woro dreadfully "put off." The
jjjMWj introduced about t?o tons weight
into one of her hind legs, aud then pass
edit under the milkers left jaw.
flJ , S^RVATION ON THE PLAINS.?A
late dispatch from Minneapolis, Miun.,
f),says the Iudians at Vcrmillion Lako aie
d,ying. of starvation. Thoy have eaton
two children and one man. A scarcity
, of game aud tho failure of the wild rice
. crop aro tho causo. They claim that
tho government failed to seud the usual
, ; supply of provision. Eighty' Indians
are coming into the settlement for
Fort Scott, Kansas, has been soeing a
, nnnko in the sky. The Monitor says :
. "The sky was dear and the sun rose
entirely unobscurcd. When tho disk of
the Bun.jjwas ubout halfway above the
. (horizon the form of a huge serpent, ap
parently perfect iu form, was plainly
seen enoircling iU^nd was visible for
somo ? minutes.' u-he editor declares
that he has tho statement from two re
liable witnesses, who are willing to make
affidavit to the above It will soon be
timo for a national prohibitory liquor
law, if this sort of thing is to continue.
Ai?tle8.?It is stated that by a care
ful analysis it hns been found that ap
y pies contain a largor amount of phos
phorus, or brain food, than any other
fruit or vegetablo, and on this account
' they are very important to sedentary
men, who work their brains rather than
' their muscles.?Thoy also contain the
acids which aro needed every day, os
peoially for sedentary men, tho nation of
whose liver is sluggish, to eliminate
effeto matter which if rotained in the
'system, produces- inaction of the brain,
and, indeed, of the wholo system, caus
*ing jaundice, sercpinoss, scurvy aud trou
blesome diseases of the skin.
Terrible Accident.?A terrible
accident [occurred in Lou'iHvillc, Ky., in
which nearly an entire family was des
troyed. About 5 o'clock this morning
jMv.i. James McGinnis had filled an
aziline lamp und lighted it, and was in
the act of putting on tho chimney, when
the lamp exploded, filling then room
with a sheet of firo. A daughter, nged
seventeen, who was standing near, vh>b
Imv'olopod in tho flames, aud Mr. Me
Ginnis sprung to the resouo of his fami
ly. He throw the mother and infant
daughter through a window into tho
street. In attempting to sav^the oldost
girl his clothing cnughfc Ore, und ho aud
the girl wore literally roasted alive. A.
sou, aged eighteen years, throw a bucket
of water on bis sister, aud extinguished
the flames, but she aud tho father were
so torribly burned that tho flosh dropped
from thoir bones. The girl died about
11 o'clock this niorniug, and tho father
at 12.30. Mrs. McGinnis aud tho in
fant daughter aro lying to night iu a
very critical condition, and but little
hopes are entertained of their recovery.
The boy is also seriously burned.
THE ORANGrEBUEG NEWS
AUGUSTUS 11. KXOWI/L'OX,
Financial and Business Manaukk.
Official Paper of the .State and
of OraiiKeburi; County.
V8TTHE ORANGEBURG NEWS HAS
A LARGER CIRCULATION THAN
ANY OTHER I'A PER IN THE COUN
SATURDAY, JAN. 24, 1874.
Thero has been a good deal said ia
the papers roceutly about Judge Car
penter's order suspending Messrs Pope,
llaskel aud otiicts from practice in tho
Circuit and Probate Courts. Wo have
a strong personal and professional sympa
thy with our brethren of the bai and an
equally strong personal and professional
respect for tho ahla and independent
Judge by whom the order was in it de
Between tho two feelings we deem it
the best course to make no ounmeuts
whatever upon tho present condition of
[cu m m u nJ cat k d.]
Mr. Editor?I hear a groat deal of
complaint fr?rt] farmers this year, rela
tive to the cost of fertilizers. I will
suggest Ja plan by which you can get a
good fertuer, very cheap. 1 have u??d
(very successfully) cottnn s^cd aVnl ncid
phosphate eouipostoJ. Tho co;t after
composting is ubout jg:.}'4 p3l- ton, valuing
tho cotton scf.'Jat 2") c ps: bushel.
Aud I fcj^ satisfiod that a ton of the
Cf'WpOit is equally as good as the fer
tilizers sold in Charleston at from 55 to
8G0 per ton. 1 intend to c tin post tho
coming season 1 ton acid phosphate, 1
ton cotton seed and 1 tm stable manure
together, which will give 3 tons 'or
about 8(10, or say S20 per ton. And L
feel satisfied that each ton pr petly
composted will do as much good as a
ton of fertilizers that will cost Su'O,
besides tho outlay will not be over $4
fur three tons cotton seed and stable
manure wo have at ho no. Wo can buy
the acid just as cheap now as later, and
1 think the sooner we mike our com
post heaps, the bo:ter.
If farmers will only put themselves
to a htllo more trouble and try this
method they will rjg:i lind that they
will make gouJ crops, and have on hand
more money in the fall than those who
6tick to the old plan of buying ut
cxhorbitant prices because it puts them
to no trouble in tho spring. (The
trouble comes, however, in tho Fall.) I
fool satisfiod that in a few yours very
little fertilizers will be boight as it is
now. Farmers buy acid and compost
with it make your manure heaps, and
when your crops are made you will not
have to .give it to advances for Jurtiliz'
But don't plant without fertilize:s ?
it will not pay ?if you oaunut uiako it,
buy it. B.
[For tlio "OiiASODiiuao News."]
The Free School System ?Mid
Mr. EdiUr:?I had hoped crc this to
have scon t-oine published report of pro
gress from our wide, fiel 1 of Free School
operations, but as nothing of the kind
bap as yet made its nppearaucu, I would
in a brief way and by your per in is siou
introduce tho subject.
No oh-inrnnt friend of tho system,
Mr. Editor, will deny that it has already
wrought wonders j uud, it-is also mani
fest, that the people, many of whom
wero at first its most bitter opposcrs,
now hail it as the harbinger of a
brighter day, and as the lieavoo blessed
means by which tho ignorant aro to bo
brought out of darkness add introduced
into tho marvellous light of cultivation
and refinement. True, tho system stiii
has opposeis. Thoro aro those who
denounce it as a more scheine for fraud
ulently "raising tho - wind," and in
eloso keeping with other lcgislativo en
actments by which thousands of dollars
are annually extortod from the poople
of which no satisfactory account is ever
given. But the bare attention of a iy
man to this offoot is not sufficient to
establish it as a fact, while against this
thoro is a cloud of faithful witnesses
ready to "present the matter iu a very
different light. There aro thoso too,
who are ostensibly thorough going Uo
public ns whilo thcro is office in view, or
a doljar to bo made, or, while thoy aro
seeking to deceive aud entrap the color
ed laborer, and who, whou opportuu ity
offers, say and do all iu their power
against tho education and onlightoumon&
of tho African race. Strango that suoh
persons should have bocu heard 'to
acknowledge that to keep a people
Slaves they must bo kept iu "ignorance"
but it is thin that while they oougratu
iate the colored pcoplo on thoir emanci
pation, and award to them, becauso they
cannot help it, equal rights, they would
throw upon them again tho galling
ehaius of Slavery. If Mr. Kditor,
such persons hopo that by hindering the
education of the colored man, ho, the
colored man will by reason of his excess
through ignorance prove himself unfit
for citizenship and so have those cher
ished rights taken away by tho same
power that conferred them, they aro in
dulging iu an de'usivo droam over
which Detuooritoes, himself if living,
would wildly laugh.
Turn from such drcawus, Mr. Editor,
and ?co what has been achieved in Mid
die Township through the energy and
pcrsovcranco of an ablo and efficient
Board of School Trustees.
Schools have been established,
houses built, by competent, earnest labor
ers, and successful teachers employed,
and the work goes bravely on, looking
to and forthshadowing a grand success.
Seven full Schools, six colored and ono
white. (Bethel) aro now in tine running
order and paying back to the people in
tuition dollar for dollar of all their ex
penditures on school account.
The Board of Trustees, Fourcs, Phil
lips and Cam, have, under tho most
discouraging circumstances accomplished
a great work which must stand moan
mentum acre perenhins.
Two white Schools. "Indian Camp"
and "Four Holes," gave way on the first
quarters and were discontinued. There
was no money in the Treasury, and the
teacher of the fust mentioned school not
being ablo to obtain from any of his
patror.5 advances to m?ot liablitios,
withdrew. Tho toachor, first grade, of
the second named school, after a short
but successful run, was basely calumni
ated by somo Puritan or other, who had
optics sufficiently keen tc see the mote
that was in his brothers eye, whilst he
very carefully neglected to consider the
beam that was in his own eye. Tho
fact is the teacher alluded to was too
much .of a Republican and not enough
of a hypocrite to suit some persons, and
so at their request be .vas removed by
the Trustees and placed in charge of the
large aud flourishing colored School at
Mr. Editor, the Trustees of Middle
Township aro in "labors abundant."
Tho faithful teachers now employed
lind their positions no siuecurea. Will
not the people sustain tluso earnest labor
ers for tho common vveuK? The Free
.School system is the life boat of the pre
sent generation. Let the storm beat ?
ply well tho oars?"we'll anchor byo
-IHM I- ? - 3?l ?
A.Card From Senator Andrews.
Mr. Felder Answered.
To the Editor of the Daily Union Herald:
The following extract is taken from a
Card to the Taxpayers of Orangeburg,
under the signature of Mr. P.S. Pel
"At a meeting called on last sales day,
I recommended to tho taxpayers not to
pay until after tho mooting of the Tax
payers' Convention. At that time I ex
pected this convention to be immediate*
ly called together, and some action taken
in relation to this griova'tco. The con
vention is ordered lor tho 17th of Feb
ruary, which will be too lat*, 1 fear, for
any practical result, because most of the
taxpayers who can pay will have dono
so, and the treasury of the ring wiil bo
at the flood tide. I notice, also, that,
with but ono exception, no othev count//
/ras given the same advice, and many of
the taxpayers of this county are paying.
It would be useless for only a few of us
to hold off. Tho taxpayers of South
Carolina have a '?roat lesson to learn,
and until that is loarnod nothing oau be
(Tho italics aro mine.)
The distinguished egotism of these
sentences commands my profound ad
miration. Mr. Peldor recommends at
the meeting of taxpapors that tho peo
ple should not pay their tnxos, aud ho
goes on to say in this card, for ho speaks
by the card, "I notice also that with
but ono exception no other county has
given tho same advioo."
I respectfully succumb, after tho man
ncr of the ancient Chinese salaam in the
sublime ignoraneo that Mr. Folder con -
st it ntrcl in himself tho whole oounty of
Orangobujg. If so,.then it is timo for
me to resign, as I am uttcrally uuablo
to represent Mr. Fuldor as a county
and still less so as an individual- I have
to stato that, with ono or two exceptions,
every porson present at the meeting re
ferred to paid his taxes on the first diy
that tho tax office waB open, and am
under the improssion that Mr. Foldur
did likewise?a curious discrepancy bo- |
twoou word and dood. " Ob ! cousistoaoy
tbou art njowol 1 Respectfully,
Thad. C. Andrews.
Corn has been sailing in Ncwberry. for
ono dollar and tweuty-fivo cents per bush
Rev. W. H. Strickland, of Agusta,
oorgia, preached iu the Baptist Church
atDarlingtou op Sunday last.
A man named Scott was arro3ted at
Walhalla last woek with a quantity of
stolou jewelry upoa his persou.
Three thousand bales of cotton havo
been shipped from Toccoa City, in Oco.
nee, this season.
The dwelling house of Mr* Win.
Stribling, near Cauo Creek, in Oconeo
County, was entirely consumed by lire
on tho night of the 11th inst.
Notwithstanding the hard times Wal
halla continues to improve. Several
now buildings aro going up, and a num
ber of old ou?s aro being rep a intcd.
At a recent meeting of tho directors
of the Augusta aud llartwoll Railroad,
Col Harrison of Anderson, offered
82000,00 subscription if the road was
run by Walhalla.
Burglars have been operating at
Reeves Statiou, South Carolina Rail
road. On the Kith instant thoy enter
cd tho store of Mr. I*]. W. Klberhardt,
and stole a quantity of goods and fifteen
dollars in money.
The pin-house of Mr. A. W. Geiger,
in Lexington County, about eight, miles
lrom Columbia, was entirely destroyed
by fire ou Thursday la.-t, The fire was
accidental, and involves a loss of about
sevcu thousaud dollars, upon which there
was no insurance.
The Georgetown 1 Manet states that
the claim of Mrs. Morgan, at! adminis
tra rix ol the estate of .John Morgan,
against the Uunited Status, for proper
ty taken by the military in command
at Gcir,etowu about the close the
war, has been allowed.
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A Double I>ealli.
A dispatch from Greensboro, X. ('.,
gives tho announcement of the su Idea
death of tho Siamese Twitr. on Saturday
morning last, at their rosi lence. Mount
Airy, Surrey* County. N. C. There an*
uo details further than tho fact that
Chang was paralyzod last fall, since
which time he has hi en fretful, very
much debilitated and strongly addicted
ti drinking liquors as a mjans alleviat
ing his sufferings, lie had been quite
feeble for several days, indeed so much
as to confine both brothers to bed. but
his illness was not so great as to cause
an}* anticipation of tho catastrophe that
was to follow. On Friday uight they
retired to bed as usual, but during the
night Chang became worse and expired
suddenly about four o'clock St.tnrday
moruicg* As soon as it discovered that
ho was dead Eng became so terribly
shocked that he raved wildly for a while,
at limes C.xhittng signs of great mental
aberration. This attack was follow by
what seemed to be a deadly stupor. In
two hours it is supposed fi'Olu the death
of Chang, ling breathed his la it.
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The National Finances.?The
discussion of tho finances has not been
resumed in the Senate for several days
past. Tho understanding s cms to be
thai an opportunity shall be offered to
the entire body of the Senate for a full
ventilation of financial views. Members
of the Senate have been reading tho re
ports of the proceedings of tho National
Boiird of Trudo at Baltimore, and have
regarded with interest tho remarks of
business meu upou the financial condi
tion. But iho most, experienced uijiu
bcr.s of tho Senato have about come to
the conclusion that nothing in the 'v.iy
of legislation can be looked for at this
session. The general sentiment is that
thj House will pass some measure, direct
or indirect (most probably the latter),
looking to inflation of some sort, and
that it will certainly not receive tho
sanction of the Senate. Many aro of
the opinion that now it is wise to let
well enough alone.
Cohns ?Hall's Journal of Health,
which ought to bo authority on such
matters, publishes tho following as a
cure for this torment:
"The safest, tho most accessible, and
the most efficient cure of a corn on the
toe, is to double a piece of thick, soft
buckskin, cut o bole in it largo enough
to leccirc the corn, and bind it around
the too. If in addition to this, tho foot
is seaked iu warm water for five or more
minutes every morning, and a few drops
of sweet oil, or rather oily substance
arc patiently rubbed in on the end alter
the soaking, the corn will almost iufalli
by become loose enough in av few days
to be easily picked out with tho finger
nail. This saves tho'necessity of paring
the corn, which operation has sometimes
been i followed with painful and danger
ous symptoniB. If the corn becomes
inconvenient again, repeat tho process
How II? "Sot up WHU Her "
She was expecting him Sunday night.
The parlor curtains were down, the old
folks noticed that it w,as healthy to go to
bed at 8 o'cloek and Johnny, bribed
with a cent, permitted himself to bo
tucked away at sundown. Ho sneaked
up the path, one eye on the dog and the
other watehin^' for tho "old man." who
didn't like him any too well, gave a
knock at the door, and he was escorted
into the parlor, lie said he couldn't
stay but a minute, though ho didn't
moan to go home for h >urs. She W in
tod to know how his mother was, if his
father had rcturne I from York State, if
brother Bill's rheumatism was any bet
ter, and he went over and sit down on
the sofa so as not to strain his voice.
Then conversation (la;:g?M and he play
ed with his hat aud An nibbled at the
sofa tidy He dually sa d*it was a beau
tiful evening, and she replied that her
gruudfather predicted a suow storm, lie
said he gucs4ed it wouldn't snow, as
tho moon wasu't crooked cuougli to bang
a powder h ?ru 0:1 the cid, aud she said
she didn't believe it would, cither. This
mutual uudetstaudi g seemed to give
I each other courage, und ho wanted to
know if she had seen Hill Jones lately.
She h idu't, she said, ami she didn't want
to. The.1 they went to t liking about
the donation visit to b; given to l*]ldor
I Merry, and ho carelessly dropped his
hand on hors ? his right ha id?while
his loft arm sneaked airing I ho sofa, to
get behind her shoulders. She pretend
ed not to notice it. and he looked down
at his boots, and wantod to know if she
thought mutton tallow rotted out b mts
faster than lard or lampbl.ck. Sic
couldn't sry, but she had an idea that
it did. He had just com in' ncod t < lock
fingers with her. when ?hc discovered
something aile 1 tho lamp. She rose up
and turned the light J >w 1 a hilf, inak
ing the room look dim. It. to ik him
fivo minutes to get hohl of her firigtrs
again, and she pretended to want to
draw tier hand away all the titm. After
a long pause, ho lowered his voice to a
whisper, aud :-aid ho didn't sea what
made lulks love each other. She bit
her handkerchief aul admitted her
ignorauco. lie said ho ould name a
do.:eti young men who woi'2 going to
get married right away,aud his left arm ;
fell down and gave her a hug.
Then he weit over, tnd Ijokel out j
the window to nake s ue that it was or
was not going to suow, an 1 coining bt:k
he turned the light d-',wii ^ little tin o.
ind then sat dnv.i aul wanted toku?\v
if she didn't wan'., to rest h is If by
leaning her head u; on its shoul lur.
Ah, me ! we hive ail'boon there, a id
who of us cared a cent wh all tho old
eluek Struck twelie, aud wo five miles
from borne? Tho old man Was fast
asleep, the. watch-dog gone a visiting,
and the handsomest girl iu tho county
din 1't see why we no.-d bj iu a bur
Perhaps I .shouldn't have written of
this, but, as I Wad going by S lUuden'
the other d iy, thinking of tho night,
I heard bi n whisper in her ear ut spell
ing school, that he'd love her very shtd
ow as long as he lived, he raised tha
window and called ti hor, as slio was
picking up chip-) in the roul:
"Sue Saundcrs, come in here and find
the ba'r's grease for my heel, or I'll
break every bone in your .,o ly !"
? ?T> . ? . LUJI II ? 11 - - .
How to C00I1 u Turnip.
I will ask the readirs to cook two
turnips in two di lie rent ways. The first
is to be pooled and sliced, and left fo
soak in cold water for an hour or more;
The slice* are to bo boiled until quite
tender, and then are to be drained, and
nicely mashed with butter. This is the '
most common method ol cooking, and it
bas the demerit ol washing out the gum
and the sugar and the olhei finer consti
tuents of tho root, anil eonsequ jutly the
flavor is very much reduced. The other
root is to be washed quite clean; but it
is not to be pealed, or cut or soaked!
Boil it whole in its "jacket." It will
take twice aa long to cook as the one
that Was cut. When, b; trying it with
a fork, you find it quite tender, take it
up, peel it, press it moderately, and
mash it with butter. You will be sur
prised at the difference. Instead of
being, as perhaps you will expect,
??strong," "rank," or ' bitter," it will be
doliciously full flavored, and will contain
all the nourish incut that was in it before
it was cooked.
A Trying Moment.
What a terrible sensation it is to got
dw\vu from some elevation, where your
d s cut dtpinds upon making a con
nection with your, feet, and fail to find
the proper footing. Perhaps you nro a
large man, and aro gutting do)vn from a
shed roof. Y'our stomaoh is pressed
against the caves, and \'our elbows are
dug iuto the shingles. You have got
down too far to crawl back, aud aro
perfectly uuable to see your legs or any
thing near them,and in this condition
of complete holpleasness^nd perspiring
at (ivory po re, you deploy your feet iu
agonizing approhousiou. Deapite thj
dan per of your position, you caunot help
but realize the awfully grotesque spectu
clo you are unavoidably making of your
self, for the benofit of prejudiced obser
vers, and the sensation intensifies, iu
stoad of relieving, the misery. It is at
such a lime as this that a man under
stands the worth of a true wife to stead
ily his legs and point his feet. But she
is neither in sight nor hearing, and after
waving and flouncing \\\a legs until ova
ry blood vessel in bis bead, is on the
point of bursting and the pressure on his
stomach threatens his spine, he cither
makes the connection, or, what is more
probable, IctB go his hold iu the mad
ncss of despair, and cornea down on the
hard earth as if it wcro an ottoman.
There are times, wheu a wife should
court seclusion. This is ouc of thoui.?
Our Present Duty.
The way to make easy times is as
clear as daylight.
Let every man or woman who owes
money pay it at once, if it is possible.
Be willing to make a sacrifice in or
der to u ect promptly all your engage
Stop grumbling at the faults or mis
stakes of others, and attend i'aithtully to
your own a Hairs.
Deal fairly, lonicutly and cheerfully
with all persons who owe you or arc iu
If you arc out of debt, thank the
Lord; and thcu Jgo round among your
friends, and enemies, too, if you have
then), und render llioui all the assistance
iu your power. .
Don't hoard your money j but loan it,
or use it to reliever the needy, uii the
same principle that you would give
bread to the needy in a day of famine.
Do what you can iu every way to
relieve pecuniary distress, to eneck the
currcut of financial eiubanassineuts and
restore public conlideueo.
11' )ou area bank ul?ecr or director,
dou't be cross a minute. Smile, us a
(Jhristinu duty, from morning till night.
Give au encouraging word, if possible,
to all, and by ail means strain every
UCl'VC to help ;.ll vvll? u.ci it..
M?nrtlKU?On the 22d; of .latin ivy. 1H74,
by tho Kcv. P. .i. Simmons, :!' * !" Kesldfftio e
of the Brides FaVlrr?. Mr. CH\!'.T.R8
fel?ek, to m s r..:iT?i: \ic,\i.Hanr,
both of Oran^eburg County^ South Caroli
Sale CJiid?i Mortgage.
I will nfTcr at public aualion c n Sulnlny
in February tiext. to ltt?i Iii .liest bellnr. one
SnKitEL Levied on under mort
p:i?c^ of V. Pitthati va C. II. Hull, and C. II.
II.all vs. F. A. Brickie.
W. It, JOINER, Agent.
. jan 24 , 2
Sale Under Mortgage.
By virtnre of n inortgaie executed and
delivered to U. L. Rochet o ' y John Sellers
<oi the ltd day of February, IS7?, I will sell
on Monday III* 2d ay of Febru?ny next, at
Orangeburg C II.. in front of the Sheriff*
( Itiee. immediately after official sales, one
VUiiE. Terms Cash;
A. It. HUC11 KIT P., A gout.
Jan'v 24, 1ST4.?'Jt
Sale XJnler Mortgage.
By virtus of a mortgage of personal pro-,
perty executed by Danl. Orecn to Tims.
Carimill on the-day of April 1874, the
conditions of wlrieh have been broken, I
will sell on Monday the 2d day of Fcbuary
J874, at Orangcburg C. II., in front of the
?herifPH office immediate nfter official
Sales, One Mouse Colored Maro MULE,
4 years old. Terms Cash.
W. II. JOINER.
Orangeburg, S. C, January, 10th 1874.
jan 24 1874 3t
By virtue of an order from the Hon. the
Probate Judge of the County of Orangeburg,
1 will sell at Fort Motte on the 10th day of
February next, and from day to day there
after until the property is disposed of, all
the Stock in trade of Jacob Carroll la?o of
said County, Met chant fit Fort Mott*?Terms
MA11Y ANN CARROLL,
January, 24, 1874.
jan 21 187-1 St
If yon want WORK DONE
in IBoiiho and Carriage Paint
lug go to
J. A. WIIililAWS.
Experience 544 years. KeMi
?lenee on Market Street.
jan 17 1874 13
The Undersigned having this day associ
ated with them Mr. ROBERT COPES, thojj
business will hereafter bo conducted under
the firm name of MOSELEV, CROOK &
J W. MOSE LEY,
W*. K. CKOOK.
January 14th, 1874.
All persons Indebted to the old firm of
MOSELEY & CROOK, will make immediate
payment and idl debts duo by said firm will
be paid by tho firm of MOSELEY, CROOK
W. J. M0SELF.Y,
W. K. CKOOK,
January 14th, 1871.
Special attention is called to our full
varictv f>f LANOKKTHS OARUEN HEHDS.
jan 17 1374 8t
EHtute of Jnby WiiehsJnn'r.
Notiec is hereby givon that on the 20th
day of January, J 87-1, L'will, file my (final j
account ' ns Administrator? of the rotate of
the late -Jaby Weeks dun'r,, und will peti
tion for my final diochargo.
P. M. CARSON, Adhunutt-ntoV.
Orungobuv^ Co. S. C Peccmhcr 15, 1873.
dec 20 187:5 lm
?-?-... -u, r?lang
The only known rcuiodj for
BRIGHT S DISEASE
And u posit if e remedy for
GOUT, G HAVEL, STRICTURES, UIAi
debility* Ddidpsit #
Nou rctcnlioH or Incontinence of Uria*. Ir
ritation, Inflamatiou or Ulceratien. _ 1
BLADDER- & KIDNEYS,
Sl'EltMAToARHOJ/L, H O
Lencorrhcca or Whiles, Dlita.Btt.bt ihm
Prostrate Gland, Stone ia the Bladder,
Colculus Gravel or Brickduqt Dppasit Attd
Mucus or Milky Discharges.
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Permanently Cures all Disease of *:hf
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, AND DROPS!
i SWELLINGS; ^ .j ?
Existing in Men, women and ChUdroli,
BSaTNO MATTER WHAT THE AG-El ?
Prof. Steele saya : "One bottle of Kearn
ey's Fluid Extract Rucfiu is worth more
than all other Buchus combined}"^'^ R r
Price. (W Dollar per Bottle, or Six Bet
ties for Five Dollars. "ar- S/
Depot 104 I>nahc St.V JtVW?
A Physievnn in attendance to answe'r'cVr.
respondence and give advice gratis.
JB?yScnd stamp for Pamphlet, fre'ei*flta
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Nervous & Debilitated
OF BOTH SEXES.
Ao Charge for Adoicc-and Consultation.
Dn. j. B. Dtott,- graduate of JefTeraon
Meiiical College Philadelphia,?aothtt.-ief
several valuable norki, can ho coniiRYedlba
all ?li-eu'-es of the Scxnal ot Vrinth-yO*
gnns, (which ho 1ms made an. especial study)
either iu male or fomale, no matter from
what cause originating'o'f of bofr ^ori^stand
ing. A practice of ''0 yehrs enable? h'nn to
t vest diseases witli Buocessari IbirevgtMf&B
t-eti. Charges reasonable. Tho** at a>
distance can forward leU^er^fw^pAJrtfltt
toins ami enoloiuii^ sl?ni|i^iu*pwpay |??Bjr?.
Scud lor the G l l^JS'j;/^ j HKALTII.
.1. B. DY?Wm?**??*
Physician, and Surx*?n*f
lul Dunne St., New York,
jan 17 1-71 . 62J |
WARNOPK AND WIFE, vs.
TOUSOFJ, A. PARhEJJ.
fix leavr of 11?c Court of rrobot? mna* in
this Cn.se wc will for Caidi nt the Court
House the following Notes belonging to
1. Note of W. C. N orris, for $T7
2. " " Same ?? ?? $lUO-?. * tf?t
8. " ?? P. Itacot Alston. $12 62j
4. ? of It. Shnlcr. & J. Hart. $10 00, *
4. f'WvJc 11. feujck.-r;ifor.$M5i>0/fr
15. " " Same to.- $800 00 with a Credit ef
10. ? " -?, .lAltft
W. R. PAR LEU & J. B. SINOLETARY.
^ vn Jfemcut0"'
jnn 17 1874 -It
??? t:?aw?ng tv:
COUNTY OF OKAN0EB?RG-.
IS, TuTK QjujJfcMds ?^8.
Mury Merchant. Adm'x John
By virtue of an order of the Circuit Court,
I will sell nt public outcry, on the first
Monday in February, 1874, during the
A full list . of the same can be seen at my
office, and Will bo exhibited on the day ef.
persons haying any demands against
tue Eat ate of Jacob Carroll; ! ' e of For*
Motte,' decea*cdr'wni'prlseiH?&l.same for
payment to W. J. DeTroville, Esq., Attormey
at Law, ie Qrnngeburg,:Qr 10^js^ubseriber.
And those Indebted will male payment to
MARY. A. CARROLL.
Auction Sale of Valuable Land
There will be otfored for stlo nt Orange
bnrg C. H., on'Monday 2Gth of January,
all that valuable tract of Land formerly tho
property of J. E. 1*.; AmAkfR.vj&rt1!* build
ings and improvements thereon, Situate
Lying and being'1m Orangeburg County
St ate of South Carolina on Saddlers Swamp,
Containing Fifteen huudred ivnd forty-two
(1.142) acres more or less. Butting, and
Rounding North by hinds or 'A . 1?; Aiftaker,
East by lands of J. D. Kcitt, and J. W.
Danlzlcr, formerly lands oC Mrs. E. Carson,
South by lands of J. F. RHey; W?lfed, and
F.state of L. Smohc, and West by.lauds of
Dr. J. Smoke, Mrs. Staly, and CapL Stack.
Terms.-Gu.Bh, puvehs*r?,'l??yTor P*P?".
Notice of Dismissal'
-VrOTICE IS HE^EllYOIVEN THATOKB
Judge of Probate for Orangeburg County,
and ask for Letters, of Dismissal as Guar,
dian of the Estate of Viola V. Rilty.
All persons mmng claims against *th?
to ^present ^i^t *a^i^al^p*0rio^r (^?s)bt^
tnent, lo ? ?
dco 1*3 lb?i Xm