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A letter of inquiry?tho letter y.
Martial children?Infant in arms.
? .'Wire y fellows?Tolograph Ope ra
Never discuss anything with anybody.
Life is too short.
A dull season?Boarding house pep
"?ohn Smith lives in New York this
year. There are 248 of him.
Tho paco of New Orleans funerals
averages twelve miles on hour.
A Small boy has gravely asked this
question; "La, does heartburn mean
sick alter your girl ?'
' ? Portland has a'Widows' Wood Socie
ty"?but who ever knew of a widow
-A Virginia lady, gathering berrios,
was lately struck twice in the breast by
a rattlcsmako, but thanks to toilet arti
fices escaped harm.
"Mamma, I dess Dod is t>oiug to play
croquet; he's dot his wicket set " said a
little tour year old girl looking at a rain
The girls in a Springfield, Miss., fac
? tory arc supplied by the proprietors with
chewing gum, iu order that they may
not waste time iu talking.
A Keutucky editor speaks of a local
genius who has been a persevering con
tributor to the office waste basket for
Notwithstanding all they say against
it, there is not an editor in the State
who would refuse to accept "back pay"
A Bangpr woman got angry with a
directory caova?n?r bocause that young
gentleman would not take tho name of
hor six months' old baby.
Nows'is scarce in Minnesota; in the
offort to present something fresh, a
Lancsboro paper has found it necessary
to publish the Ten Commandments.
A Wnbaeh, Ind., editor returns thanks
for a centipede sent him by mail from
Texas, being the first cent of any kind
he hud seen for a mouth.
The Charleston News and Courier re
ports that tho jail is crowded with pri
soners^ .and thoso sentenced to the Peni
tentiary cauuot bo scut on because of a
lack of funds.
In the most central business locations
laud iu London is worth $135 per
* equaro foot, $113 per square foot in Now
York, $36 07 per squaro foot in Chica
go, and ?22 per square foot in San
A Dutchman getting excited o"er an
account of on elopement of a married
woman, gave his opinion thus. 'It my
vife runs away mit anoder man's v?'e, I
shakes him out of his preeches, if she be
mine ("adder, minoQot 1'
A minister in Lexington, Kentucky,
lately said in the pulpit that he hud seen
n puck of cai is and a backgammon
board in the parlor of a member of his
church, and after services that night
several pious men scoldod their wives
* A young lady of Bcnnington of n
practical turn of mind was invited by
an Advent exhort er to get her while
robe, rjadv and prepare to uscend. "I
can't," 'she replied, "father and mother
are going ^ip, and somebody must stay
to see to the cattle."
*?]\e Norristown Herald says that ?
man wrote to tho editor of a.horticultur
?1 journal, und asked : "What nrc the
most advantageous additions to dried
grasses for winter ornament?" The
editor replied: "Acrolinium rosctim,
A alba Gomphrcaa globsola, and 0
globosa camea "
horse radish is profitable
ou -iue-s iu Omaha. While engaged at
the business the other day, a mau dug
up $0,000 in gold. Wore Mr. Grceley
alive ho would favor us with u double
fended editorial urging everybody to go
West und raise horse radish.
"Sambo, whar you git dat watch you
weared to- meetin' last Sunday ?"
"How you know I had a watch ?'
x'Rasb I seed de chain bang out dc
pocket in front.'
"Go' wny niggarl S'pose you see a
halter round my neck, you tiok der is a
horse inside 6b me?'
The Court of Claims has lately given
judgement for over two huudred thoua
and dollars in favor of Alexander J.
Atocha for losses sustained by his ex
pulsion from Mexico by the Governmont
of that county in 1845. The claim has
becu bofoio Congress aud Courts for
nearly quarter of a century. Atocha
and his couuscl having died in tho
meantime, and a suit is now pending to re
cover lawyers fees from his hoirs before
a reward is dually paid to them.
Trent ice .Mnlford thus writes of his
experieooo at the Vienna Exposition:
' Of course' I got lost, I couldn't find
tho * Ausgang.' This, iu German,
menus the ;git out' place. I must have
walkod seven miles in that maze of
buildings before the 'Ausgang' presented
ifctolf. I knew that it would oomo soon
er or later. * I know that if I simply
stood still 'the 'Ausgang' would come
round . whoro I stood. I think about
five hundred other peoplo woro similarly
lost, for they kept coming up to mo
and inquiring in rAl sort of languages
whore the 'Ausgang' was. I said to
them, 'I am simply a follow worm of the
dust like yourself. Yesterday or the day
before yesterday, or laat week, or maybe
last year, I managed with a great deal ot
difficulty to get in here, and I'vo been
-wandering around ovor since trying to I
get out.' Some said 'Yaw,' and some
said 'So V "
AUGUSTUS B. XNOWlYrOI*,
Financial ako Bcbikebb Manages.
Ofilcial Paper of the Statte and
of Ornngcburg County.
jjgg- THE ORANGER URO NEWS JMS
A EAR fr ER CIRCULATION THAN
ANY OTHER TAPER IN THE COUN
SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1873.
Tho vote al the late election, of the
six Railroad towns, Orangoburg, Fort
Motte, Lewisville, Brunchvillc, Jami
sons and Rowe's Pump, was 1443,?
more'than Hull of all the votes cast in
Tho N. Y. Herald asks "The love
of change?la it working for good or
Evil V Can't say h w it is in Now
York, Lut the love for small change is
playing the deuce among the office
holders iu Oroi go')u g
-???>- ??????-- ?
The Radicals don't care n continental
how big a villian a man may have been,
uccoiding to their statement, if he will
only "jine" them.?Macon TtJegraph.
If that is so, what prevents the
Telegraph man from "jining" US ?
1 l.m- ns the lamp hol a ut"
For the first time in the history of
our good Town a straight Republican
municipal ticket is placed before tho
voters of Orangeburg.
Let every citizen who is in favor of
opening new streets, and of keeping all
streets in a decent condition?lot every
one who favor* enterprise and progress
?vote to secure tho elect i m of this
I v *
We do not ^r.liero tl...i ttiu recent
nominations wer.; made with any purposo
of raising unpleasant issuos between tho
Republicans and those of a different
political faith. The intention, as we
understand, was simply to secure, if
possible, a T< wn Government wbioh
would give the greatest satisfaction to
tho greatest number of citizens.
Naturally, Republicans perfcr to s o
Republicans in office. Rut they inteU d,
if successful, to govern Orangcburg
economically and yet liberally?in a
spirit of enterprise, honesty ami fajrnOfB
toward all men and toward all parties
There is trouble among the Granges.
Since the claim of their being non po
litical bus been explod d. tboy are in a
quandary In the Northwest they ally
themselves with the Republican Parly,
and in the South they take the load in
the Democratic Party.
In any part of the country they arc
SUre to be manipulated by d&?iguiug
men . nnd ruu for oome rascal's benefit.
We would not be surprised to seo the
honest and innocent planters of Sonth
Carolina contributing their money to
seme Rourbon candidate by nud by. Of
course they wilt lowe it, an 1 iho candi
date will be defeated. Who will got the
money is very uncertain. The only
certain thing about it i? that it will not
benefit the planters in the least.
Really, the Granges area great farce.
AR the world is not hostile to the farm
crsj there is no conspiracy to ruin them;
nud if there were it could not succeed.
Why should they all at onco combiuo to
turn the cold shoulder to their friends
nnd neighbors? When they como to
think over the matter coolly and delibe
rately, they will bb after the rooukey
who wishes to make a catspaw ont of
' them. The sceno will be rich about that
1 time. We think it is near at baud.
Charlretou VhroHu fe.
Aa Extra Sea* Ion.
There scorns to be no doubt that the
General Assembly ot tne State will be
convened in extra scotioti between the
15th nod 20th of October neat, for tho
roason, as alleged by the State, officials,
that an extra session is necessary in or
der to pass the tax levy for tho fiscal
year ending November 1st, 1874. Under
the* law, as it now stands, tho taxos for
each fiscal year aro payablo on or before
the l?lb of November, aod as th ; regit
lar session does not begin until a late
day in November, the passage of -tho
tax levy, In time to enable the taxpayers
to moot the requirements of tu? law, ha a
been found to be impracticable At the
last session the joint resolution, authori-.
siug the tax levy for the fiscal year com
mencing November 1st, 1872, was not
approved until tho 20th of December
of that year, and hence it was
found necessary to pass an act post
poning the collection of taxes until
March of the ensuing yoar. Tho
extra session is therefore, to be con vened
for tho purpose of passing tho tax levy
for the fiscal yesr commencing November
1, 1873, in order to facilitate the collec
tion of the taxes for that year at the
time fixed by law, vis tho 15th of No:
vombor. In addition to this the sub
ject of the Stato debt is to be discussed;
but this will not be touched upon until
the tax question shall be settled.?
Charleston Neics <fc Courier. *
Ke If ante.
Tho Democratic Conservative State
convention of Maryluud met at the
Maryland Instituto, in Baltimore, last
week, and nominated its candidates for
comptroller and for cl?rk of tho Court
Now, "Democratic Conservative" is
good, and is something new. A party
that has not even got a definite namo
must be a high old party. This conven
tion, however, adopted a platform, in
the first resolution of which it says, very
"Resolved, That the Democratic-Coo
scrvativc party of Maryland, in conven
tion assembled, reaffirms its adhesion to
the long established principles of the De
Tho Italics are ours. Well, why not
call the convention Democratic, without
any unmeaning supplement ''.
This broken-winded old party.puts us
in mind of a drunken fellow hanging tjn
to a lamp post. If he lets go, he will
fall down ; and if he holds on, ho will
never get anywhere. Therefore, ho is
in a dilemma what to do. So is this
Democratic, Conservative, Liberal Re
publican, spavined, bandy-legged old
fraud all over the country.
The Washington Republican says:
"We shall put a Democratic leader on
tho stand. George B. Pugh, one of the
oldest and most trusted leaders and
.champions of Ohio Doraooraoy, nude a
spceoh at Wood's Theatre, in Cincinna
ti, a few uights ago, in which he declar
ed i '1 could have had the warmest
corner on the hearth stone if I had only
shut my mouth about the stealing going
on among the Democrats. Why, my
friends, look at Butler county. Good
for 2,200 Democratic majority. Less
than two years ago they took the money
out of their treasury and left her with
out a cent, and compelled her Sonato r
to appeal to the Legislature of Oh io
for leave to use her credit to pay tho
ordinary expenses of her administration.
Look at the Democratic county of Fair
field, aud look how her assets have been
stolen and her people robbed. I am re
proached enough for calling attention to
the Democratic den of thieves. [Loud
applause.} I W?1 speak of Hamilton
county; that is coming home. Four
Auditors?two Democrats aud two Re
publicans?in this our county have
stolen more than $100,000 of the peo
ple's money.' This, be it rente.nbored ,
is not a Republican assertion.
"Wherever the Democrats arc io pow
er to-day, from a State down to a coun
ty town, we have a wholesale system of
public stealing and robbery more or less
open and barefaced. It was so in New
Yoik until the reform movement swept
the Tammany ring from power. It is
so in Baltimore and in other cities where
the same party has control. It was on
ly yesterday that we called attention to
the unblushing corru ption of Kentuckys
Dcmooratie Legislature. Mr. Pugh tells
us how it is in Ohio. And yet this is
the same party that turns around and
holds up its hand iu horror at 'carpet
bag government in the South, and at
tho 'universal corruption of the Repub
Newark, August 20.
John Martin residing at No. 2G5
Rast Ferry street, was arrested yesterd >y
afternoon for stabbing his wife in the
abdomen with a pair of scissors. Physi
cians think she cannot recover.
Some new developments have oocured
connected with Jthe recent murder of
Delia Corcoran, a young Irish girl su|W?
posed to hove been outraged, suffocated
and drowned by negroes. Three negroes
named Byers, Cisco and Ray wero ar
rested at the time, but all firmly dunied
any connection with the tragody.
George Byers, it is said, has made a full
confession. He says: On the night.
Delia was murdered he reached home at
half post seven o'clock. Ray and Ciscoj
were with Byers' wife on the stoop.;
Dei ia was with them and all wore drink- (
ing, for -Delia was treating all hands.
Hill McClano and anothor white man
came un and ?"Pro drink was obtained.
'Byers did. not drink, Pejia wanted to
go across tho river to Yonkers. Byers
got a boat and the other men said they
would go along. They appeard to be
intoxicated. All five men went in the
boat with Delia and Dyers' wife.
When in the middle of the Btroano,
Cisco .pulled a pistol and fired two shots
in the air. On reaching Yonkers they
had more drink, Delia again treating.
They returned to the boat and rowed
back, as Delia said she'wanted to go
home to - move. After landing, some
quarrel arose between Ray and Ci sco.
Delia* started to walk home; Cisco and
Ray followed her, and outraged her,
! leaving her inscnsiblo in tho roadway .
Dyers then over heard them planning
to take the boat and go farther up the
rives. The rumored oonfessiou of Dyers
creates considerable excitement.
Some editor who has been victimized
w rites as follows :
"We shall never engage another wo
man to report gcutlemorfs fashions for
this paper. We might have known she
would ignorainiously fail; but sho said
gentlemen reported ladies' fashions,and
she couldn't see why a woman shouldn't
write up tho masculine modes. We
couidu't see cither, so wo gave her a
earte blanche to go ahead. And such
a fashion article! Here is a specimen
of the ridiculous stuff: A recherche
spring overcoat for promenade has pret
ty ribbed stripes, with three ruffles on
the tails, festooned with tassels, single
breasted collar nnd rolliug flaps on the
pannier. A lovely dress coat has three
buttons and pockets in the rear, box
pleated on the hips, three ply guipure
lace on the narrativo, gored in a bunch
nnd cut boufraot. Vests button up in
front, some as last year, and haVe pock
ets, with imperial polonaise up the back,
and oxydized buttons in d ouble rows on
tho collar, with tab front. The shirt is
cut tight at the knoc, and open i a front
or behind, as may be preferred, with
percale bosom, trimmed passementerie:
four rows of Magenta braid around tho
Rkirt, with hood at back, bound with
galloon to match. Much depends on
the pantaloons. A gent Ionian's dress is?
very incomplete withnu' trousers Tho?e
arc of some subdued color, ns London
smoke, and should harmonise with the
?the?the neck fichu. They are cut
bias in both legs, with deep frills to fall
over the instep; the wnist is gnrnished
with a broad band of batiste, with ecru
facings and buttons to match; the
Rut that is cjf?*;h. Anyone but a
Pa nil which Islander will seo at a glance
that these fashions arc frightfully mix
ed. Who ever heard of trousers being
cut bias in the legs, deep frills falling
over the instep, with- a broad band bf
batiste?whatever that may be?aad
' ecru facing, and things? Rather than
wear pantaloons built in that way, we
would gt without; and encase our limbs
in two sections of stove pipe."
The l"iii?n Herald is free to repeat
that it is in favor of ilie break ing up of
those large and unprofitable tracts over,
whose fertile acres roam tho fox and deer
and over which the hand uf tho small farm -
or should curry thai sign of poaec and pros
perity, the laboring plough. We aro iu
lavur of the encouragemcut of the small
industries-small, highly cultivated farms
nnd increasing manufactures all over tho
We are asked how are we in favor.of
the breaking ot these hirgo tracts, nnd
the answer is handed u.s, in something
olsc than a silver salver, "by hoary and
heavier taxation !' Wo prefer to answer
for ourselves. We would be foolish in
deed, if, ?tunding on the ground that
the tnx falls on the poor men, the large
majority of whom are Republicans, wc
should advocntc "heavy and heavier"
taxation for any purpose, because, from
our doctrine, it follows, as a m ittcr of
course, that the heavier you lay tho tax
the less able the p >or man is to buy
bread and meat, much less a piece of
land in the breaking of these large tracts.
If the man who has something can't
afford to ki op(his land against high taxa
tion, can tho viau who has uotbiog afford
to buy and keep it too ?
It is absolutely absurd. This talk
then, that the Repupliean party wants
high taxation to break up the lands, Ac.
Ac, by way of oppressing ono class of
our poople in favor of anothpr is an
empty sound, or, if it has anything in
it, it is lull of the nitro glycerine order,
of which wo have enough in this State
to ruin an empire.
|< We believe that these tracts will dis
appear and ought to disappear. How?
'Not by high taxation?that is folly; net
by a special political policy, like tho
land commission?because that is a fail
ure; but by the necessities of the times in
which wc live In this day, no man bnt
a millionaire can afford to keep a dear
park. The owner finds that free labor
costs something, enormous plantations
won't pay and that it is fast becoming in
|q this State, just, as it is all over the
Wprlt}, that no map, white, blaok or ool
ui ed, pap ujfnrd tP hold any tract Qf land
not cultivated sufficiently to help pay
the genoral burden. These very tracts
to day are being largely cut up and
rented or sold to the small farmers, at
very profitable prices too. The poorer
classes of this State are improving won*
derfully. They live on little, get the
wage > of labor, plant on their own hook
and, out of tho honest sweat of their
brows, they manage at the end of the
year to buy a small homestead. This is
the way they are breaking up these
large tracts: They are driving, day by
day a solid wedge of pure gold between
them that nothing can fusist. High
taxation cannot help,hut must hurt the ra
and all attempts to charge them with,
this idea in this style must hurt all of
A Printer'? t>miy.
TO MISS CATHARINI J-, Or UTK.
An 8 A new I mesa to write
2 U, sweet ET J,
The girl without a ||.
The Belle of f TK.
I 1 der if you got the 1
I wrote - V n 4
I sailed in the R K D A,
k sent by L N Moore.
My M T bend will scarce conceive
1 calm IDA bright;
But 8 T miles from U, I must
M*??,?'this chtnee 2 write.
A 1st. should NE NV U,
D EZ, mind it not:
If any friendship show, B sure
They shall not B forgot.
But friends and foos alike D K ;
And you may plainly C,
In every funeral it A,
Our uncle's LEO.
From virtue nertr D V 8;
Tier influence D 9
Alike induces lOderness
Or 40 tude divine.
& if U cannot cut a
Or cause an !,
I hope U'H put a.
2 1 !.
R U for an X at ion 2
My eousin hesrt an geaT* ?
He otters in .\ *'
A I broad of Und.
lie says he lores U 2 XS,
E'er virtuous and T'a ;
In XI.NC U XL
All others in his l's
This HA, until UIC,
I pray U 2 XQ's :
And not to burn iu PHI
My quaint k way wiird muse.
Now fare U well, dear R T J ;
I trust thnt II R truo:
When this U C. iliencan V say
An S A I O C!
I1ST OF IiETTERS Itc nmln
j ing in the Orangcburg l'osl Office up
to August 20th, 1871
B?L B Daxter, registered.
C?Isaac Trum. Hut tie Ciphord, Jacob
Cooner, Julia Coghill.
E?J E English.
J?Jenny Julia, Mrs E Jonning*. Emma
Jackson, care J ehn Conk, DD Jones, Mrs
Sarah Jackion, J C Jones, Jacob Jamison.
K?J W .Inn??.
L?J A Laws.
M?E T Moore.
P?Miss B B Piekens.
8?O D Sellers.
T?T J Trirnnal.
W?Joe Wolfe, Hev J H Wallace, Marga
rette E Molfe. Sarah Wandennaker.
Persons cn I ng for the above letters will
please say they are advertised.
W. E. WILLIAMS,
Nuaan Strnwberrj Plants, .r>0 eta per 100
for sale by JEFFORDS A Co., of Charleston
Orders left with Mr. J. 3. Albergotti will
be attended to.
aug 23 1*7.1 lm
A aieeting of the CITIZENS of the Town
of Orangeburg, who are in favor of the
nomination of an INDEPENDENT TICKET
for the approaching municipal election,
will be held at ELLIOTT HALL, on TUES
DAY EVfcNING NEXT, at 8} O'CLOCK.
aug 23 187? It
A DESIRABLE LOT in the Town ef
Orangeburg, containing ONE ACRE, with a
DWELLING, KITCHEN. STABLE and
a good Well of Water. All the improve
The above place will be nold CHEAT for
cash. Call soon and get a KAROA1N.
Apply le W. T. LJOHTFOOT,
aug 28 3t
fVNAnlntlon 'ef Corpartiier
I J *la I p.- The arm of DOYLE ft
ENGLISH is dissolved. All claims against
and all debts due the late firm must be pre
sented or paid to
Orangeburg 8. C,
August 23, 1878.
aug. 23 1873 3t
Testate of John Rlekenbaker.
f *j?All persons interested in the said
Estate, are hereby notified that on the 24th
day of September. 187S, I will file my final
account in the Probate office of Orangcburg
County, and will ask for letters of dismiss
CLARK C. COOPER,
Adm'tEst. John Riokenbaker.
aug. 23 1873 It
Notice of Dismissal.
NOTICB IS MERKST ?IVF.N THAT ONE
raenth frem elate 1 will file iay Final
Account*? it a the Honorable 4uf. B. Knewt
ten, Judge of Frebate far Orangebarg
County, and ask for Letters ef Dismissal as
Executrix ef Daniel Zeigler.
JANE M. ZEIQLBR,
Aug. 22d, W?. Eaecutria.
auf 23 41
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
OR A NO LBV IM} Cot* NTT,
Orangeburg, 8. ?., August 8th, 1878.
Notice is hcroby given that toe ANNUAT,
MEETING of the Board of County Com
missioners o f said County will meet at this
Office on the FIKST THURSDAY ef SEP
TEMBER, 1873, at which'timetheCLAIM8
against the COUNTY will be CREDITED.
All persons are hereby notified to Lnrid in
their CLAIMS to .the Clerk of said Bourd on
or before the FIRST THUR8DAY of SEP
TKMB ER, 1873, otherwise said Claims will
not be Audited at said Annual Meeting.
By order of the Board.
E. T. R. SMOAKE,
OEO. BOLIVER, Clerk.
aug 10 3t
Save your Taxes!
How can you SAVE farther TAXATION
on your unencumbered LANDS? Simply
by transferring the title to the Trustees of
the Stnte Agricultural College and Mechan
ics' Institute, located at Orangehurg, and
incorporated by the Legislature of South
Carolina. By this means you can also en
j joy the honor and plensure of rendering
valuable aid to the cause of education in
this State, All expenses of the transfer
will be paid by said Trustees. Send am the
nnmes of the parties and the ideation, and
boundaries of the lnnd to be transferred,
and blank deeds will be returned ready for
For further information on this subject
apply by letter or otherwise to the under
signed, who is acting as agent of said ?rus
Orangeburg, South Carolina,
aug 10 4t
DB." THOMAS LEGARE,'
RESIDENT I'll VS AC I AX
ROPER AND CITY HOSPITAL
Offers his PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
to the community of Orangeburg nud to the
Public nt large.
Office hours from 8 to 9 A. M., 1 to 2, and
7 to nt night.
Office. Market Street, over Store of Jno.
aug 10 3ra
STKAYE? Olli STO?EST.?A
CHESNCT RAY MARE, Diamond Star
in her forehead, Blind in both Eyes. A
Liberal Reward will be paid for her retnrn
to AMOS LIMM?NS,
aug 10?3t Fort Motte, So. Ca.
By .virtue of Sundry Execution* to me di
rected, I will sell to the highest bidder, at
Orangehurg C. II., on the FIRST MON
DAY in September next. FOR CASH, all
the Right, title and Interest of I ha Defend
ants in the following Property, yiz :
1. One truot of land in Orangehurg Coun
ty, containing 1031 acres more or less,
(swamp land,) bounded by lands of W.
Hutto, J. R. Moorer, Joseph Uowell, SstikJJ
R. Shnler and the Charlestolfand Orange
burg County liue.
2. And one other traef containing 1031
acres more or b ss, (swauipluud,) bo'uaded by
lands of Suin'l R. Shuler, Joseph L.
Shuler. A. Kersh's grant, Joseph llorrcll
and Abram E. Shuler, Levied on a>a the
properly of Charles S. Bull at the suit of
H. Klatte & Co.
One tract of land in Orangehurg County,
cod taining"'J82 acres, mere or less, bounded
by lands of 8. B. Parlor, IricU. Snider,
Livingston and W. S. Browning. Levied
on as the properly of Frlia Rush dee'd nt
the suit of JosiaU D. Way and wife and
One Lot with the building thereon In the
Town of Orangeburg on -the North side of
of Amelia Street, hounded on the North and
East hy lands of F. II. W. Briggmunn, on
the West by lot of George Boliver. Levied
on as the property of Benjamin By as at the
suit of W. A. Meroney.
Sheriff s Offcc, ) E. I. CAIN,
Orangeburg C. 11. S. C, I 8. O. C.
Aug. 15th, 1873. J
aug 10 td
The State of South Carolina,
In the Cclrt of 1'iiobatr.
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON, Bsq.,
J-.idge of Probate in said County.
WHEREAS, Frances A.- Bochette bath'
applied to mc for Letters of Adininistration
on the Estate of Charles L. Boehette late of
Orangeburg County, deceased.
These are therefore to cite, and admonish
all and singular the kindred and Creditors
of the said decensed, lo bo and appear, be
fore me, nt a Court of Probate for the said
County to be holden at Orangehurg, on the
20th day of August. 187H\ at 10 o'clock A.
M., t<> show cause if any, why the said Ad
ministration should not be granted.
Given under my Hand and the Seal of Court,
this 12th day of August Anno Domhfi
[L.S.] AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
Probate Judge, O. C.
aug 10 2t
The State of South Carolina.
In the Court or Probate.
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON, Bsq.,
Judge of Probate in said Ceirary*"/
WHEREAS, Olln L. Strock hath ap
plied to me for Letters of Administration
on the Estate of Gabriel Strock, late of
Orangeburg County, deceased.
These are, therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the Kindred and Creditors
of the said deceased, to be and appear be
fore me at a Court of Probate for tho said
County, to he holden at Orangeburg on the
80th Jar of August, 1873, at 10 o'clock A.
M. to saow cause if any, wbf the said Ad
ministration should not be gr nted.
Given under my band and wie Seal of my
Court, tbis 7th day of August Anno
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
[L.8.] Judge ef Probate P. C. .
aug 9 ::t
OFF ICK CO. SCHOOL COMJ
OftAXQBBUBO, C. H., I. C,
TO SCHOOL TRUSTKE8,
The attention of School Tratte?? I? hvtt*
by directed to the following Extract frc?
Chapter XXXIX See. S Gen. Stet State 0.
"The/ shall make or cause to be made,
once in two years In etch School Pitt, by
the first day of September, an enumerxtiea ef
all the children within the ages of 5 and IS
years, resident within each School Diet.,
distinguishing, between male and female,
white and colored, and the Clerk ef the
Doard of Trustees shell return te ta?
County School Commissioner a duplicate
copy of the same."
"And in case the enumeration of the
Scholastic population is not made as pre
Tided for la this Chapter, by that time, the
County Board of Scherl Examiners is
authorized to appoint new Trustees tmt Said
School District kc.
In accordance with the above yen are
hereby required to foward to this office Said
report without delay. .
F. It. McKINLAY, ?
Connty .School Commissioner,
Orangeburg Co., 8. C.
august 0 1873 St
--=7--<-1 ?<"' \ ?
FORTY HORSE POWER, and irnlTlftft|
COMPLETE with good Belting. The aber?
.Mill and Machinery have IniiTi W?'TjBjlBl
three years. The shore is offerSd*
DOWN and on terms to sfcK parttBBBB**'
jone& *'"7873 If
dr. Patrick s cotton press
The undersigned Agent for Orangebwrg
CoqtAf hvgH leave to caTl the attention of
COTTON PLANTERS te ibe same, and
wonld advise er-ry one is n?*d Sf a COT
TON PRESS to purchase a patent at OOp?.
For CHEAPNESS, SIMPLICITY, jftrac)
POWER,? it iiss n.) equal.
Any one desirons of seeing the "nroduo
>perand>" of seid Press, Can do no by catting
at the Store of J. W. Patrick 4 Co*, Bnoseil
Street Orangoburg C. IL, S. C, where a
mode! can f?o seem, or address Capt. Jeff
STOKES ticn l Agent M>dw?y 8. C. .
J. W. PATRICK, Agt.
OrangeWg Ceualy S. C.
jnTy Vt 187? tf
J. Wallace Gannon,
IS RAPTY TO STATE TO HI? FRIENDS
and cnsletners that he has jast returned
from Charleston, alter bar Msg pnrebassd m
large stock of, -raxrnjm.
Jr ? ^ew-ui ^C.4sfaBwdMPv
WHICH HE WJLL SELL ATffcRY LOV
prices for eaah. Also on hand a fall tteek of
liquors, cigars, tobacco,
? ^e ?*^V*(1?1B?5,?
At prices that cannot be snpassed for
cheapness. All the above grade-ore froea
an<i warranted. . M
Call soon and get barg? int.
jnljl9|h 1873 . if
- ? ??
THE UNDERSIGNED BESPXCTfOLLT
Informs the pnbiie that ho is- new pre
pared te fnrnisb BRICKS in any qaaaiitr;
All orders will meet ptooipi atteniiea.
J C. KDWABB8.
jnoe 5 1878
The Firm of WATT A CR0S8WELL has
dissolved. AH dtbts due the fttra vast bo
paid, und all claims against the firm most
J. L. EAST,
augnst 2 1B7B. fa'
Fn Medtcin^, Oewr/tty it ?/ tAs Jtre* tmftW*
E. J. OLIVEROS, M. D?
DRUGS, MBDaCINBB, PAINM,
OILS, VARNISn, NON-BXPL08IF8
LAM PS, GARDEN SEEDS, ft*.',
v M>'<' k' ^4 "\f? SvBn. etBC^Ht
PBESCR7TIONS prepare*: with ACCOB
ACY and PIDBLITT, fat whieh f?fcftsse a
full and complete assortment ef FBBM
CHEMICALS and GBNUINB DRDCid wi'd ?a
constantly on hand. . .
Long experience?a aueseatfu.1
career ef were than eight years la
burg, a good knowledge ej
MARKET at home and abroad*
sufficient guarantee thai ajk geede *?!? ?IV
dispensed at mj 0BtseHeai??ht wilt V?.
GBNUINB and RELIABLE. ^_7.^
Appreoiaftng the %MM^4HHI
past has attended ray ?fette, H
t er mined to spare a* aaraesai
tiaaftflf of the p*tran>g$ t? HVartU*
. F. .L OI.1VBBOS 1st IK
Na. 10? Bust*! Street