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THE ORANGEB?RG NEWS
AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTOW,
fiHAwriAi. AMD Business Makaqkb.
Official Paper of tho State ami
or Orangeburg County.
MSrTllK OR A NO Eli URG NEWS If AS
A LARGER CIRCULATION THAN
ANY OTHER PAP.^R IN THE COUN
SATUKDAY, NOV. 15, 1873.
It was generally addiuiltcd by thoso
at the Columbia Fair who had also
aeon the Oran^eburg and other county
Fairs, that, all things cousidercd, the
Orangeburg Fair was *a long way ahead
of all its rivals.
It is rumored that iu tho event of
President Grant declaring war against
Spain, tho first regiment of National
Guards, of this city, will at onco volun
teer and embark for Cuba.?Xexcs A
The News Arc, having editorially de
elared for war, the Guards had bet tor
brush up their uniforms.
Tho Legislature don't know what to
do about the State Debt. They arc
completely hemmed in by tho State
decision in tho Morton-Bliss case and
by the United States decision in the
Bank of tho Stato caso. But money
must be had to run tho government,
. somehow, and we very much fear that
there is no way to raise it save by
? increasing the taxes. The prospect is
We saw several fascinating editors iu
Columbia last Wednesday. There were
the bright and beauteous star of Abbe
ville, Hemphill of tho Medium?the
glorious Adonis of Aiken, Spnrnick of
the Tribune?rthe indefatigable Stokes
of the Union Times?the quaint and
quiet Brunsou of tho Barnwcll Sentinel
?and others. We wish we had bad
the time to sec more of them, but busi
ness beiog before pleasure, we mourn
fully bade the jolly fellows farewell nnrl
took the train fV Orangeburg.
Mr. Andrews introduced a bill to
amend an Act entitled "An Act to amend
gection 2, Chapter XXV, of the Gener
al Statutes. Joint resolutions to relieve
Tarlton McGrew, of Orangeburg County,
from legal disabilities; to allow Mrs. T.
C. Perkins, of Orangeburg County, to
redeem certain forfeited lands in Or
Mr. Danncrly introduced n joint
resolution to chaugo the name of
Russell Wilson to Bussel Keit.
Mr. lliley introduced a bill to incor
porate the Canaan Baptist Church, at
Bfanchvillo ; referred to the committee
op charitable and religious institution.
Mr. Duncan gave notice of a bill to
alter and amend section 23 of chapter
26t of the title 6 of part 1, of the gener
Mr. J. F. Myers gave uotico of a
bill to oreate or designate no official
paperj for the Stato of South Carolina
Abo, a bill to change tho timo for the
holding of tho courts in Orangcburg
A . gentle Quaker had two horses, a
very good aud a very poor ono. When
seen riding the latter, it turned out that
his better half had taken the good ono.
"What I" said a sneering bachelor,
uhow comos it that you let your w ife
lids) the better horse ?" The only re
ply was, *'Friond, when thoe bo married
"How now ?" a friend said to Jones,
finding him looking unusually cheerful
and sprightly notwithstanding tho fact
that hs had been up pretty nearly all
night. "You don't seem to bo affeotcd
with tho crisis." And Jones merely
remarked, -'No such thing; it's a boy."
If you have no Land, go Buy
as much as yeu want on EASlf TERMS at
the LANP OFFICE of
AUO, D. KNOWLTON.
nov 15 tf
COUNTY OF OKANGKBUItO.
In ths Common Pl*as.
?z-Partt Mary Merchant, Adm'x Jehn
By virtue of an order of the Circuit Court,
I will sell at public out cry, on tho first
Monday in December, 1878, during the
Jegal hours of sale, certain CllUSKS IN
ACTION belonging to the Estate of the late
JOHN MARCH ANT, deceased, for cash.
A full list of the aamo can be seen at my
office, sad will ba exhibited on the day of
GEORGEBOLIVER, C. C. P.
nov 16 J873 ?f
The Undersigued has opened an OFFICE
for the SALE of I, WD.
Persona Bavin* REAL ESTATE to dis
pose of will do well to register the s?ine
LARGE FARMS subdivided and sold in
cither LARGE or SMALL parcels.
GOOD FARMS for sale at from $2 to $5
per acre, on easy terras.
AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON.
Orangeburg C. H., S. 0.
nor 15 tf
If you have More Lund tlium
vou can TAY TAX KS on, Register it for
stilo nt the LAND OFFICE of
AUG. r. KNOWLTON.
If you Iihvo T.ohh Land titan
you want, BUY MORE at tho
LAND OFFICE of
AUO. b. KNOWLTON.
The State of South Carolina,
In tiik Court op Probate.
C. J. 1/ Smith and J. IT. Sliuler, \
Elizabeth N. Sliuler. J
By leavo of tho Court I will ?eil at the
Plantation of D. M. Shuler deceased,
situated in Goodhy ??Township," on Tues
day 2d Dec. ucxt, for cash, the personal
property of the Estate of said deceased,
consisting of 1 Mule Marc ami Colt. 0 Head
Of Cattle, plantation tools, Kitchen furniture
and un old Carriage.
0. J. L. SMITH, Adx
nor 15 l?7;l tf
In Common Pleas.
N. B. W. Sistrunk, Adm'rl
of Goo. L. 8. Sistrunk, | Foreclosure
YS S of
Win. A. .I. Sistrunk. I Mortgage.
Hy virtue of the judgment entered in this
case. I will sell at Orangeburg C. H., on
Monday the 1st day of Dcoembor next,
during tho usual hours of pale, in parcels,
Plats of which will be exhibited on day of
All that plantation in Oranreburg County
containing 1000 scroti more or loss, hounded
\>i lands of N. E. W. Sistrunk, IV. D. Oliv
er. D. J. Rum IT, and North Ed ist o i'.iver.
Tefres one-third cash, the balance on onn
and two year.', with interest (rum day of
sale, secured by ' und of purchaser and mort
gage of premise*. Purchase, to pay for
papers and recordiug.
OIIANG EBUKG COUN FY
In Common Pleas.
W. J. DcTroyiHo, }
vs I Foreclosure
Oeo. K. Bolen? f of
Lewis A. Fog'o. J Moitg^ge.
Hy virtue of thejndpmetil in the above
utated e:i"o. I will sell at Drnngcbufg. Court
llottre on the first Mpn lay iu December
rest, s!ic- following real c.-ia:<>, to wil :
All that that tract or parcel of land initi
ate lying and bring in tlir C'Uittry^of Or
?ii>;ciio^r, ciiu/t_iiijin\r 222 oer?.;* ?..?m-d ?r u-??s
sirTrT^u^PP^rge S. Pit in. \i\-v. formerly
John lilRclbaktl-'j and J..b IV:..., n. being
part of llio Estate lauds of .lames Millions,
the Harn? being a portion of the tiuct uou
veyed io W. J, l>oTrcvillo, Ban, . hy ?lam*M>
Pattorsou, Couimismoiior in Equity by deed
bearing date the 11th March. 1*07. The
paid original tract containing 207 acres, of
wt.iclt 7*' ?cv? ern~ey*?d to Lewij A. Foglc
by W. J. DeTrcrille. * ?
Ton: r?One half cash, balance fn a cred
it of six mouths, with bond uf tue pur
chaser bearing interest from of m.iIu. ???
??und by n !in<i,?.nge of the premises,
Purchaser to pay for pepvrs an I recording
0n AN"C KBURG (:()UN i V,
In Co.mm?n Plfae.
N. B. W. Si-trunk. Adm'r 1
ol <?. L. S Sistrnuk, j F#<rr< '?vnre
vs ' I of Mortgage.
^ Jncob Rucker. J
By oi-itrr of paid Courij I will sol! n!
Oyangcl ore Court House, on Monday, De
em.her 1, IH7M, during the logal hours, of
All that tract of land containing 18-1
acres, more or Icsh. lately of lite I.m iiaot -
Conrad 1'rider. hounded hv In'ml? of XXnqf
Rook. A. .?. Onskin, Kst.. of Jno. W. Iii' y
and Power iti tracts of the widow of said
Conrad C rider.
Terms Cash, purohaaer to pay for pipers
Sheriffs Office, } K. I. CA IN,
OrangeburgC. H.. S.C., V S. 0. C.
Nov. ]?:>, 1873. J
By virtue of Sundry Executions to me di
rected, I will >ell to the highes' bidder, ut
Orangeburg C. II.. i>n the FIRST MOM
DAY In PccWocr next. FOR CASH, nil
the Right. Title and Interest of the Defend
ants in the following Property, vi*:
1. Cue tract of hind containing 200 acros
more or less, bounded by landn of Jno.
MoMichael, Thos. P. Kennerly. David
Kenrer'y, II l>. Rolen, p. P. Murphy.
M. A. Davis ind .1 p. Pearson
2. One other tract containing 200 ncres
more or less, bounded hy lends of Ruf us
Ilutunan, T, F. Kennerly, jno, aloMiohuel,
H. n rionnetl and Jno. R. Milliouse.
Levied on an the properly of Bcngiinin
Byas ul the suit of W. M. Sain i. Co., el al.
One tract of bind in Liberty Township
containing 125 seres more or less, and
bounded by lands Est. of J Daniel Kenner
ly, J. S. Bolen, Ii. D. Rolen and Homestead
of O. B. Bolen.
Levied OU an the proaerty of George E.
Bolen ut the suit of John Adden and others.
Ono Lot with building thereon iu the
Town ol Oiangtburg corner of Market
Street and- Street, now occupied by
Levied on as the property of James Can
non at the suit o? Henry l> R ice.
Near the residence of Isam Isaacs in
EdlitO Fork, Lot of seed cotton, lot of corn.
Ft dilrr, Rice, Potatoes &e., veiled on as the
vrup of l?am Icaacs, under warrant on lien
to Steadinan & Fusuer.
At the residence of Jas. Mitchell near
Li wlsville, on Tuesday Dec. 2d, lot of ueod
cotton, lot of corn, lot of Foddor, lot of Pea
vines, lot of cottun seed &c, seized on us
the crops of James Mitohe-U, under warrant
on lien tq C, R. Tuber,
aheriff's Office, \ E. J, CAIf,
Orangeburg C. II. S. C.,'> S. 0. 0.
Nov. 15th, 1878, J
nov 15 'pt
GOODS AT PAN
C. D. KOR
Any person needing or wanting to suj>plv themselves wifJ1 t',e NECIjSSAIII ES OF
LIFE, would do well to call ou tho undersigned before purchasing elsowhore.
THE GROCERY DE
Is COMPLETE, and the SCARCITY of MONEY has induced; me to soil LOW DOWN for
TWENTY to TWENTY-FIVE per CENT can h? SAVED ^Wing from me, which the
Panic has biought down so LOW that a Good Article can bf had for RECTIFIED prices.
Arc also INFLUCTUATED by the SCARCITY of MOlTO?* "Mr. DAN'L QUATTLEBA
has a l?t of tine Horses and Mules in my Lot whioh will P* sold Low for Cash.
Call and convinoo yourselves. tjS
c. r>. KotftrJOHN.
County Commissioned' Office*
ORANGEBURG, c- SePl- 2d. 1873
Pursuant to Sec. 27 of nn Act "Defining the JurisdFc^on nnJ duties of COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS," approved September 2< th, 18f>8, and Acts Amendatory thereto,
the CLAIMS against the County of Orangctiirg, AUDITED ?V the Beard of County Com
missioners, showingtho Expenditures, and Tor what purpo**s, from Nor. 1st, 1872, to No
vember 1st, 1873, are hereby published: *
What Iwnd or FukdA
Abram Martin ....
L. T. Fisher Agt,
Thos., Isaac & bandy Jenkins.I Roads ami Bridge?
David Ecldor & Jen" Robinson.' ??
Wnlker, Evans & Cogswell]. Contingent
J. D. Smoake .Bonds and Bridges
T. Kohn & Bro.iPoor
Gco. Bolivor. Court
Wm. J. DeTrivilla.I Solicitor
F. It. Johnson.iTrial Justice and Constabl
Kufns Staley.I ?? ??
Carolina Thomas .I Roads and Bridges
W. H. Kcdish .[Trial Justice and Constables)
E. Si in ms & H. Smith..
J. J. Cannon.
F. II. W. Briggmann.
Walker. Evans A Cogswell.
L. T. Fisher Agt.
F H. W. Briggmaun... ...|. k
Peter Brown.|Trial Justico and Constable I
A. F. Browning.
F. Oldendorft", Trustee..
H. r*. Cv>oke /
A. C. Dukes
A. F. Browning
Jan. S. Heyward, for ()
J. A. K. llolmau & Son
E. I. Cain. Shriff
Geo. Boliver, C C. P.
Filiott Hook and Ladder Co.....
J. L Rust. Road and Bridge
Henry G. Betsill.'Contingent ?
C. H. Green.(Trial Justiee and Constable
A. F. Browning.
F. B. Johnson.
W. II, Rcedisn.
Henry Smith, and E. Sims.
J. A. Hurt zog,
L. T. Fisher, Agt.
Rollin C. Moss. Contingent
J. D. Smoake.|Road and Bridge
Dr. W. T. C. Bates...
K. T. It. Smoake
D. Louis, and S. Dibble
Dr. A. ('. Dukes
B. I. Cain...
V. W. Fairy
L. T. Fisher, Agt
T. Kohn A Bro
J. W. Keitt
Ohas. H. Green
B. I. < 'ain.
L. T. Fisher. Agt
W. II. Reodisu
R. Siinais und Vno
L. T. Fisher, Agt.
C. W. Butz
il ti. Shaffer
L. T. Fisher, Agt
J. W. Kellt
I). Louis, und 8. Dibble
L. T. Fisher, Agt
N AMI 18.
E F Furgusen
J F Myers
D D Jones
H P Cookc
T H Ceoko
J M Houscr
[fONTINtrn KEXT vut.]
O K REWABD.-Loit on Fair
*fi)0 GROUND, h MEMORANDUM BOOK
with my Name in it. Any one returning it
to mo will receive the above reward,
nov 8?tf H. BIGGS.
T^STUAYEO from the Plan
W2j tation of Dr. W. 0. Wolfe, 1 SMALL
BAY MULE, on the 4th Instant, belonging
?o Henry Adams. Any porson takiug up
the hu tin- will bo suitably rewarded by in.
forming. HENRY ADAMS
nov 8 tf
JUST OPKNKD noxt door to Cornelson s
with a Btuok of
Boots and Shoos,
Selected from the Manufacturers expressly
to suit HA KD TIM KS. hoth as regards
QUALITIES and PRICES.
To he satisfied that such is the case, the
citizens of Oraugeburg and vicinity ure re
spectfully invited to call and examine my
Stock, uh I hope to be able to show, not ouly
that there is something "New under the
Sun," but also scmrthing to benefit the un
derstanding, ('all and sec.
T. B. BOYD.
nov 8 12iu
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
Orangehurg, S. C, Nov. 1st, 1773.
T<> all whom it may Concern :
Pursuant to Title 3, chap. 18, Revised
Statutes S. C. Section 58 requires :
Sr.c 58. If any person, compan - or cor
poration shall ermmence any business in
any County of 'his State after the first day
of September in any year, the eaptial or
property employed in which shall not hkve
been previously listed for taxation in said
County, and shall not within thirty days
thereafter make such report to the Auditor
of said County as is required in the fifty
sixth Section of this Act, he or they shail
forfeit and pay the sum of one hundred dol
lars, which shall be collected by civil action
in the name'of the County Commissioners,
and paid into the County Treasury for the
exclusive benefit of the Ceunty, And pro
cess in such case may issue out of the Court
of Common Pleas of- the County in which
such business was commencod, directed to
tho proper officer, and be served in any
County of this State.
JAS. Vax TASSEL.
nov 8?tf Co. Auditor.
Notice of Dismissal.
TVJOTK K IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON K
month frem dire 1 will file my Final
Account vwiO. the Honorable Vug. B. Knnwl
toij, '''vl^o of Probate for Orangebueg
fei. V'stf?'"W 111?* i.+k\i**+f \U>mhrt??t
mWf&nAWof Alicw v. luVy. v
U. B. RU.EY, \ i
nov 3 Im
By virtue of nn order nf ihe Probate
Court, 1 will cell at the late residence of
Martha Gar<lner, deceased, all the personal
property of said intestate, on the -lid d.iy
of Novenit>er next, consisting of Cattle,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, Ate.
' DEMPSEY GARDNER,
nov 1 1
The State of oath Carolina
In tiir Court of Probate.
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON, Esq.,
Judge of Probate in said County.
WHEKEA?, Olivia S. Foglc hath made
suit to me to grant to her Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and effects of
Henry W. Fogle, late of said County, de
Thee are therefore to cite ami admonish
all and singular the kindred and Creditors
of the said deceased, to be and appear be
fore me at n Court of Probate for the said
County, to tie hidden at my Olhec in Orange
hurg. S. C, on the 22d day of November
IbTo, at 10 o'clock A. M., to show cause if
any, why the said Administration should
not be granted.
Qivcn unuer my hand and the Seal of the
Court, this 6th day of Nov. A. D. 1873,
ami in the 'J7th year of American Inde
[L.S.] AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON,
nov 8?2t Judge of Frobate.
SOUTH CA HO I.IX A.
in the < om.won ri.ka*,
William C. Hanc and John H. Hnnc plaintiff*,
against George Holiver, as administrator,
Ol' the KatUte of William ('? Coter, de
ceased, John J. Jack-en, Mary A Weeks,
wife et' H. Weeks, Anna Coter, Sarah
Friv, wile of .Lu id? l**riy, Martha Weath
er-lie, wife of .James \V* Weather.-bie,
Thomas L. Coter and M. K. Cofer, defend
Copy Summons for Relief (Complaint not
TO THE defendant* Thomas L. Cofer and
M. K. Cofer :
\'oii are hereby summoned ami required to
answer the complaint in this action, which
is tiled in the oflii . Ol the Clerk of the Court
of Common Pleas fur the said Count y, and to
serve a Copy of your answer on the subscri
bers, at their < Mice at Orangeburg Court
house So. Cn. within twenty days after the i
service of this summons on you exclusive of i
the day of service, and if you fail to answer
the complaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiffs will apply to the Court for the Re
lief demanded in the Complaint.
Dated at Orangeburg October 21s. 1873.
D?Trcvillc & Whaley
To Thomas L. Cofer and M. K. Cofer, de
fendants above named:
Take notice That the summons and Com
plaint, heroin, were filed in the office of the
(Merk of the Court of Common Pleas for Or
angehurg County, at Oraugeburg ?South Car
olina on the 21st day of October 1873.
D?TREVILLE a WHALEY
October 22st 1873
dr. C, It. taber.
LEWISVILLE, 8. C,
(8T. MATTHEWS P. O .)
june 5 1873 tf
ENTERPRISE GEOSEBY STORE!
AUGUSTUS FISCHER, Agt
on (he corner opposite
BULL, SCOVILL & PIKE ?
FIRST CLASS GROCERY STORE
Where he will keep EVERYTHING in the eboTe line.
always on hand
THE ENTERPRISE SALOON
Hus been moved to tho rear of the ENTERPRISE GROCERY STORE, with a eempleia
outfit of LIQUORS of every grade, and TOBACCO and SEGARS of the
Thanking my friends for past favor*. I hopeto merit their continued PATRONAGE ?/
keeping constantly on hand FRESH SUPPLIES of the above articles, and selling tkess a*
PRICES to suit tho present hard times.
TKohn & Bro
Great Offering of Bargains
And KXCEELP.NT OPPORTUNITIES for purchasing FALL and WINTER GOODS at
ESPECIALLY LOW JTUCKS.
**ir emirr Stock of l>;:E*H <?) 'IHlVH t?- -vr-r- I .t LF.*S fll V<
.NIC PRICES. -
Domestic and Housekeeping Goods .
Will be found nl hast 2.'? PER CENT lower thau former Prio.s.
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS
Will be sold WITHOUT RESERVE to
SUIT THE TIMES
GENTS AND YOUTHS CLOTHING
In great Variety at about
One-half Former Prices!
Onr Customers are earnestly requeued to INSPECT our GOODS whether will) 1
view of puichasing or otherwise, to notise the sweeping RHDUCTION of PRICS3 ?
on all goods.
THEODORE KOHN & BKOTHES.
BETWEEN DR. OLIVEROS' AND MRS. OLDENDORFFS.
. .... i a i ?CL
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
DR. THOMAS LEGARE,
RESIDENT PHYSIC I AW
October 21at, 1873. I to thb
Sealed Proposals will be received for the j HQPFR AND CITY HOSPITAL
Rebuilding of Bridge over Beaver Creek at I
John Hook's Mill on Stato Road. The OF CHARLESTON,
Bridge Is to be built NEW, and to be forty | offers his PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
feet long. Bids will be received until the ! to the community of Orangeburg and to the
24th Novcmtrr neat.
By order of ths Beard.
Clerk of Board,
nor I 4
Public al Targe.
Office hours from 8 to 9 A. M., 1 to 2, aa4
7 to 'J at night.
Office, Market Street, over Store of Jao.
aug 16 Sat
BOOT, SHOE AND CLOTHING HOUSE.
1 I AVI NO Just returned with a large and varied stock, we are now prepared to
I ?- ducements lo nil who ore desirous of purchasing
FIRST-CLASS GOODS. a
IN CONNECTION WITH
OUR STOCK OF BOOTS, SHOES AND CHOTHINO,
YV%call attention of the Public, and specially THE LADIES, to our stock as*
WHITE GOODS, NOTIOXS, HOSIERY d>,. LADIES' AND GENTS' KID
GLOVES, REST MAKE, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
, , 111 . ? t ^^aaa
Remember we keep the CELEBRATED STAR SHIRT,
When you come to Orangoburg don't forget to call ar?d look through onr Stock of CMR'
Cassimcrs, Jeans, Flannels, Domestics and Dress Goods, which we are offering at rstecaj
J W I* \ THICK & CO
Marth 20, 1873 28 ly Russell Sirwt, Orangeburg, K.Y.