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|V?Cfftl|i8|^ardonc(l the B?ro
Trial Justice J. Felder Meyers has
moved into the ?^tfw*^^^^|P^a
pied by U. S. Cortfmisslbnorund uttprnoy
at law, Cbna. S. Hull. Mr. Meyers or
Mr. Bull will always be on nand lor the
transaction of business.
. ?u W?E
gable of-fl3anl$n p Ittd jbetwncAj jbl
rrsultod infavot of the. latter bv .twi.
'mV? JUioOC bi iL 'IV tro 'in v?'
vWe congratulate our colored youiig men
npon the^^HA ^.^^
Tho Comet Fire Engine Company
propose to celebrate .the glorious Fourth
in proper style. Sunny Side is the
ground whereon they intend to display
their patriotic feelings. Am immense
crowd is expected to bo present, as
speeches of importance will be made.
We congratulate our contemporary
e? the neat.-, appearance ol its Patent
Outside?and are glad to see that its
native prejudices have uu lergone so
great a change as to patronize Yankee
thrift. We Would advise bur neighbor
to have both
EASE Ii ALL
On Thursday last the second gamo of
base ball was playetl between tho
Swamp Angels and the Orange Clubs of
this place. There is to be one more
match played, when tho championship
will be decided. Thus far the Orange
boy3 have One-, and the Angels one.
Petting is lively on the next game,
geiyo en/giits of
'J his newly organized Lodge is march
ing forward with rapid strides in our
midst. Its beneficial tendencies have
r.lready been felt in our community.
At a regular, meeting..held-Thursday
evening lust, the following gentlemen
wore elected viz :
W. H. Ciradeau
T. C. Andrews
Wo ffijjj^i? ha^, tl^wjeasurc of a visit
From otfJf/jSJd fncudvahd comrade Wo
mack, wh^iqet with gpjWss ol the use of
bailie (??blusta ov Ocean
fatn;|iarly known), Fist
oldTritfjhrcSis in the ntettal
und let^?^paper busine'sT?.
signi?c^iifesiiiti of 23 cents,
u overl^gr^half dozen lead
alf dozc$~jexeollcnt gilded
eat pen tlS?s^. We bespeak
revcr hcrfTtTTY go, the patron
ngo of all who, like h^ifa wore the (J ray
A County Clerk in a^Town not a
hundred miles from lure had n pet calf,
which.ho wus training up in the ways
:1GPW^^ n J
very peac^l%x n.nlor-pe^g^f^ite-j
end. Put in one unfortunate moment
"By Gosh" conceived (be idoa of pui
ca?JcIi?rf eft ?ould s?n'^&feork with
-a partner. This firghteuod tho calf,
and, elevating his tail and voice he
struck a "dead ruu" Lr the Village,
And Mr. Clerk went along, with his
head down, uud his straw bat In his
hand, t atrniuiug every ucrve to keep uj,
"Hero we comiHGosn darn our fool
nshjSpuls-I hi o-a-d u s somebody !"
? . <?????. ?. ommt in ??
MA'SONIC OELERRA TIOX A V LI VING
Yost^y^Bls^'Juiih'.s Day the
the Masouio fratoruity ol our town
Ijifnifed < ; \::/XoiiY- Mill, in tho
Jork, by invitation of Livingston
Lodge, whero they listened .to a line
-address by our talented citisen Jus. b\
Izlur, Esq. The hitcndaneo was very
Jorge j ?0$ wgloi^
uttend ourselves, that .jovially and .good
1 After the address the largo alteu
ra!,cd Jto the tables, when ample
justice was dono to tho oatablos whioh
wero supplied wirb a-lavish hand.
"Our Henry," tho leader of' hur iora
string oawZ then dolightol the audionca
aftcr some fiho music fVom their instru
monts?with song and sentiment suita
bio to the occasion. After this ho
introduced to the admiring gize of the
numerous ladies, present an infant
scholar, (six" feet four, wo think,) aud
described to them the manner children
were taught in the schools of Germany.
down 'tho house. . 'Then ca no the "fare
well i'Al wo ncjt again," a .pleasant
ride, hoit e by mooulight and St. John
ifwcnnc fiukn twelfth month, sn?
-?A ?? " : :-??- ???????':???? .
EXERCISES of MR. s. It. ilELL^
ciia Mrs school?
The fno Hall of tho K I. II., k L.
Co., was crowded Thursday night to its
utmost c pacity to listen to the uxeroisos
(if the children who attend tho school of
the abo". o named gentleman. It affords
us nuich pleasure to state that wj never
saw a more remarkable success in any
similar undertaking, and tho elocution
displayed by tltosb children would havo
added laurels to older heads, much
farther advanced in their studies. They
till [knew their parts perfectly, and came
In out be
? ; b e ^ f/ u B.... I
proud of r.Iio display made by his
scholars. Wc could sec in bis face, every
line of which beamed with satisfaction,
an ovidenco of his pride, bat we d Kit
think he was better phase 1 or prouder
than the parents of the dear littlo ones,
and the largo audience in attendance.
Wc cannot Gnd room for criticism ;
each darling was perfect.
Mr. Mellichampsolecto 1 Capt. J. A.
Hamilton and Samuel Dibble VjM] , ty
assist him in deciding who were entitle 1
to the honors oil tho occasion, a very
delicate duty, and one in this instance
hard to perform. But it was don?, and
done handsomely. Tho honors Were
awarded as follows, eaoh fo?ipij?t slop
ping upon the stage, an 1 receiving tho
same, accompanied by neat and appro
priato remarks froth tivj Cumnittee.
1st. Honor?Miss M. T<\ Doyle.
2nd. Ilouor?Miss Maggie Hooves,
und Miss D J. Williams.
Hid. Honor?J. J. 11. Stoudenui'.rc.
1st Ilouor? /. J. Poxtor.
2nd Ilouor?Gco. M. Claik.
3rd. Honor?-E. T. Bozard
1st. Honor?J. C. Ransdalo.
2nd. Honor?Jessio A. Mellichamp.
3rd. Honor?Lendo lla.nsdalo.
Female Department?Jessie A. Melli
Male Department?J. D. Audtcws
V k m ai.e 1) epa ItT m b n t.
1st. Honor?Miss Minnie Rich, and
Miss M. V. Doyle.
1st. Honor?J. D. Andrews.
Tho tbllowing was the order of exer
Opening Address. JJ II Stoulou
1 "' Tli. Way ,o .)??? , p
Andrews and 10 T Bozard.
Tho Confederate Dead. Miss M V
The two Rubbers \V B Li ghtfoot
and G M Sistrunk.
Childreus Wishes. Miss Dora J Wil
litnus, .Minnie Rich' Jessio Mellichamp,
L Kausdale and G M Sjstrunk.
Tho Little Speaker. JC Runsdale.
Tho Shupo of the Earth. J D An
drows, G J Dcxtor and^K T Bozurd,
Speak tho Truth. L Ransdalo.
How to Toll Bad News. Ellis W j
Shircr and Elliott Straus.
The School Girl of the Period. .Miss
j The v, onderful Scholar. J D Andrews
.Miss Eannij McNamara aud Maggie
Irish Courtesy. .1 D Andrews and
K T Bozardi
Oratiou bf the Law. Willio Dukes.
<?l'nshionablo Lies. MissoM IT Doyle,
Dorn J \Villiams and J C Ransdalo.
'VY'hat I Know. Robert Dukes.
KxvoUior. Miss C,R. Tucker.
The School Masddr Abroad, ? M
Clatk, Willie Dukos, D B Rcol, AV B
Lightfopb, .t A Zeig'or, G J Dexter aud
J D Bowman.
Braiding Straw. Miss D J. Williams
aud Minnie Rich.
A little Mixture. Miss Fannie Mc
Tho Blue and Gray. Miss C R
The Debate. J J II Stoudcnmire,
D B Reed, It J Dukqs, L Ransdnlc, G
.J Dexter, W JJ I.ibhtfoot, M C Wilson
J A Zcigler, J D Andrews, G M Clark,
10 T B.zird, J C Ransdale, I. N Soo
ville aud Dan?F;Cannon.
Bring Flowers. Miss'M V Doyle , D
J Williams and Minnie Rich.
Tho Epicure. Dau.l Cannon, J 1)
Andrews and J L Wilson.
PR'ESENtAf 1?N OF PRIZES.
Closing Address. J 1.) Andrews.
The Grangers are not political, and!
do n-.t naiit office. Oh, no ! There are
only one hundred and thirty five ol the:?:
who are candidates for tlio office of.
sheriff in ('ass county, Indiana.
JJ A1? It KT RKPOKTS.
OrricK or tiil OnAsnKninui News,
Juno 120th, 18?jl.
COTTON?Sales during the weekdO
b des. Wc quote :
| jOrdinary, to Good Ordiuary,... 10</}H
bow 'Middling. l oV)
Kouaii Hick .Sl.G? per oushel
Coax.isl.li) per bushel.
Cow l'r.As.?Utb 1.1? per bushel
1'imikks. 1.30 per bushel.
PROBATE OPFICK, \
Oiianokii van. J
EX EC UTO RS; ADMINISTRATORS;
G DAR DI ANS an 1 TRUSTEES
Who havo not made their Annual RE
TUUN for is;:i OR FOR ANY H
OTHER VKAlt must do so before tho
first day <.r .Inly, OR TUEY WILLI
BE DEALT WITH:ACC .HIDING TO
AUG. B. KNOWLTONi
juno 20 3t
XOTIfJK TO TKACHEUS AXi
OFFICE CO., SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
OitANOKnuna Co., June 8th 1874.
All persons having claims against the
Courly of Orangoburg issued through tins
Olliec are hereby requested to havo them
rcgislorcd in accordance with an act of tho
General Assembly, before they will be paid.
The time for registration is limited to July
F. K. MeKINLA
Co., School Commissioner,
june 13 187*1 ;>t
All persons who havo not paid their Town
Taxes, and . License?,. are hereby notified
that the Pen illy has been ?ftaehod, und
unless settled by the ?Uth, executions for
the same ivill he issued against all Dolih
By order of Counci
j ;cl?rk bf Council.
june IS! 11'7 1
Texas Rrul Estate Drawing.
The Hon. Jas. T. I), Mayor of Houston,
und the City Council, endorses the enter
prise as follows.
JIorsMis- Tkxas, April -JO, 1874.
Wo, the* undersigned, regaVd the Real
Edtat Distribution, which.). B. Foster pro?
poses to niifke on the 20th of July next, in
this city, luCcnlc?lctcd to promote improve
ments, and placing within the''reach of
many, .who otherwise would bo unable, a
chance to secure a home for thorn und their
families, and having from otir long acquain
tance with him, every confidence iu his
integrity, Wc tool , iustifilid in saying, t hat
we believe lie will catrvlouj hir Distribution
honestly and fairly, according to his adver
James T. ?. Wilson, It. F. McDonotlgh,
Robert Burns, Fred. Stanley,
11. lt. Laer, N. P. Turner,
F. W. Heitmann, John I). Usener,
M. Harrington, John Malier.
Capital I'rizo, $0,000 Gold. Ten Resi
dence in Houston: Population^ 20.000, and
tho railroad centre ot tho State, and nearly
1?O tracts of laud in different portions of
ih? Stute. Valve of prizes, $143,000, 73,
000 tickets, at $2 each, Address
J. E. FOSTER. Manager.
T. W. HOUSE, Treasured
june '2U 31
Court dk IMuohate,
15y AUG. 1). KSOSTON, Judge l'robatc.
Whereas Mrc Rlnry E. Oliver, widow,
hath petitioned this Court, to have her
Homestead/.-'ividhV^Kstaic.s o&THotuas Oli
ver, deceased, appraised and sot otf, These
aro therefore to notify ail concerned that
unless Complaint bo made to mo-by any
Crpditov of ?other gjeraou intercs/el against,
such appraisal af.rt setting oil'of snob Home
stead, I will oil tho 21st duy of July next
npl)oiut Appraisers to oppralso and set off
June l'Jth 1871.
AUG. 11. KNOWLTON,
june 20 1&7-1 5t
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
June fitii, 187-1.
Nolico is hereby given that Iho County
Commissioners will LET OUT to the LOW
EST JUDDER, at the New Bridge near
Rranchvilte, on the first day of .Inly next at
12 o'clock-M., tho Contract for Building
two Small BridgoS, situated in ttic Forks of
tho Edistos near the said New Bridge
Contractors to give bond with security for
performance of contract.
Clerk of Hoard.
June 11 ;!t
OFFICE. COCTV AVD1TOR,
Okamocburq County, S. C.
June lttth, 1K7 I.
.Notice is hereby given that from on and
after WEDNESDAY, the FIRST DAY of
JULY 1871 to Thursday the twentieth day
of August, this Office will be OPEN to re
ceive the K ET I.'HNS of Real and Personal
Property of this County. Tux Payers arc
requested to . have a Correct. List of the
different Classes of Lntldr?, ns follows :
Number of acres of Planting band.
Number of acres of Meadow and Pasture.
Number of aces of Wood Lund.
And munter of Building*.
Each tract'of land must bo returned
separate in the Township when: it lie.-, and
at the same titiic they will make their re
turn of Personal Property, Moneys and
} Taxpayers . are urgently requested to be
prompt iu making tbeir returns, as the Law
requires me to add a penalty of fit) per cent,
to the Real arid Personal Property of delin
quents which iu every instance will be done
JAMES VAN TASSEL.
jiirie 18 1871 . tt
OFFICE CO. SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.'
On.vNUKiu im Co., S. C.
Orangeburg, June 8th, 1*71.
The attention of Sohool Trust ess, und 'he j
1Resident Voters of the Several Districts of i
this County arc hereby directed to the fol
lowing extracts from Chapter S'J Section* |
13, 11 and l? of the General Statutes of the
"Skc. 13. An annual meeting of each
School District shall be held on the last
Saturday of Juno of each year at 12 o'clock
M. -Notice of the time and place being
given be the Olctlt of the Hoard of Trustees
by posting written or printed notices Jin
j three public places of the District at least
ten days before the meeting. Special meet
ings uuiy be called by the Hoard of Trustees
or by a majority of the legal voters of the
District; but notice of tuoh Special Meet
ing, stating tho purpose for which it has
been called, shall he posted in at least three
public places within.tho District ten days
previous to the time of such meeting. * And
no business shall be acted lipon tit any
Special Meeting not specified in said no
Sec. 14. Ehe following persons shall be
entitled to vote at any District Meeting,
viz: All persons possessing the qualifica
tions of electors as dl*rincd by the Constitu
tion of this State, and who shall be resi
dents of the District at the time of blFeritig
to vote at such meeting.
Skc. l'i. The inhabitants qualified to vote
at a District Meeting lawfully assembled
shad have power to raise by tax in addition
to the ajiount apportioned by the State to
their use, such further sums ??f money as
they may deem proper for iln> support of
l'ubiic Schools, said sum not tu lie more
than three dollars lor every child in the
District between the uge ot 0 and lt>, such
sums ot money to be used as shall be agreed
upon at the meeting
The Clerk of the Board ot Trustees of
each School District in accordance with tin
provisions pf Section 1-1 tire hereby required
to issue no'ices of said meeting.
F. R. .Me KIN LAY,
Co. School Commissioner.
IN TDK COUUT OF PUOIJATK.
By XUO. H. KNOW ETON, Judge of Probate.
Whereas, Mrs. Mary A. Cain.11 widow
huth petitioned this Court to have her
homestead ill the Estates of Jacob Carroll
deceased appraised and set off. These are
therefore,Mo notify all concerned, not un
less cdmplKut be made by any creditors or
other person Interested against such ap
praised and si tting off of Homestead. 1
will on the 21st day of July next, appoint
persons to appraise arid set off snob Home
June 191b 1674.
AL'tl. B. KNOW ETON, *
Probate .1 udgc,
* O. c.
June '20 187 I *>t
Notice of Dismissal.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
concerned that on the Sixth Day of
July, 1874, I will lileitny final account as
AdministratrixMof tho Estate of the late
LAWRENCE DX CLAK, deceased, in the
Probate Court of Orangeburg County, and
will petition for my linul discharge
Orangcburg, S. .0-, .lime '6,
ROSA V t'l.AHK.
Est. L. p. Qlnrk.
junc ii 187 f It
M. 1\ I?IU?KKXFII.SS, Dualist,
Of CHARLESTON, can be found at his
' OFFICE above Captain HIUGG
M ANN'S STORE, on Rus
Rcfcrcnoen?-Das. J. P. Patbiok, B. A.
Mi cki-.nh'ss, A. P. PKt.zr.it, "M. D., and
Messrs. Frazr.tt, Roootsnn k Co.
jvincG l'*74 tf
VOSE & IZLAR
And Tray your GEOCEBJES, and t&as
save yourself the trouble of frici?g
J&QT GOODS DELIVERED.
T A : >
i i ? ?f? ?? tfw Tn v.#
,B9g4ii raetti < 9 I . i '.
TSU* lind) itnp \ t?d r
II AS AN ENDLESS STOCK OF
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BdOTS,
SHOES, HATS and GROCE
Which lie is cflermj at
CHARLESTON COST T/RICE
A.o pow offering a splendid assort- | LATEST INTRODUCTION
. T3r , . TXTC1 \ I GREAT REDUCTIONS lmvo boen mud)
J>-.'A_ Ia' riv.I. JN j"^ from lust months' prices, and particular sit
in :.ll DEPARTMENTS, including goods of 1 tention is culled t? a few items quoted belew.
FOREIGN und DOMESTIC manufacture, | being a FAIR SAMPLE of the general at
comprising evu v novelty and specialty of -tractiveness of our exposition.
350 PIECES CHOICE CALICOS
"WHICH WE SELL AT
10 cts. per Yard.
All WAHR ANTED FAST and CHOICE COLORS.
RROWN and BLEACHED SHIRTING arc
now sold cheaper than before or since the
war. Do not purchase any SUIT or DRESS
MATERIALS until you have examine I our
Suporb iissortiiient of
PRESS COODS.v ,
?' ALPACAS.' ,
WHITE tlO'lOS. ftp'.
RIBHONS! RILP.ONS:: RlHBuNS: !1
At marvcl^usty Low Prices. * " ??*
Most beautiful SASHES in ro il Roman,
broken and Scotch Plaid.
GROS GRAINS in all shades.
LADY'S SUITS in Laieil Styles and in
Splendid Variety, will be offered at really
Alt " ctive p. ices.
A fine nFsortment of CAS31MERS
TWEEDS. LINENS, JEANS and COTTON
j Our BOOT and SHOE Department com
j prise the best gocds made for Ladies, Gents
J and Children.
Our usual Stock of Gents Summer CLOTH
ING, BATS and Furnishing Goods is very
attractive mid greatly reduced in prie.c.
Selling strictly for CASH, and our facili
,lies for, buying being unequalled, we assort
that we arc the
in this Town, the rROOF of this is open to
nil who favor us with a call, and an inspec
tion of our goods.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
Notice is hereby given that in throe
months from this date, lire Hoard of County
Commissioner^ will appoint Special Com
missioncrs to Lay Out and ()j)eu .a I'ublie
Road, leading from Howe's Pump Westward
to the Orangeburg and Charleston Road,
near tho plantation of John S. Bowman,
unless in the meantime cause be shown to
Hy order of the Hoard. |
C. C. Com'rs.
County Commissioners Office, May dtli,
ff- ? j__
TO TilE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
MOSES M. BROWN, the Barber, pledges
himself to keep up with the times in all the
late Improvements, us his business is suffi
cient to guarantee the abovo. He will be
found lit his Old Stand ever ready to serve
his customers at the shorto*! nptioei
up] 11 30
i<~\ .i. ii i * ? ? * * _
-jTn ? Tf---ijr~
The UN DEES IG NED lakes pleasure in
announcing to his many friends and patrons
OKANUKBUllG 0. II,
Where he will devote hts ENTIRE TIME
from every Monday until l'ridav noon, to
PliACTlCE OF DEXISTllV
in all its Department..
Perfect SATISFACTION "guaranteed in
all Operation? entrusted to his care.
Charges MODERATE. lie will be found
at Dr. Frr.-ner'a Old Stand.
Very respectfully, J
A. M. SNIDER, D. S.
may 11 )y
OFFICE CO. SCHOOL COMMISSIONER
Oji.\NOKtu:ur. Cocxrr,,S. C.
NOTICE is hereby giventhut in accord
ance with Act of Assembly Approved Fchru
nry 1871, ctititleil "An Act to establish cer
tain State Scholarships iu the University of
South Carolina a Free public competitive
examination will he heid at this office on
Monday July nth 1874." The act provides
that but one student shall be admitted from
each County for the first year. Of all tho
applicants for admission the three cxhibi
titig the greatest proficiency in all the
branches of* study required for the admiss
ion of students into the University, will bo
recommended to tho State Board of
examiners, r.nd n final Examination will be
held by tho Stnto Hoard of Examiners at
Columbia on Thursday Octobei 1st. 1874,
when the candidate is found moat proficient
will be admitted to a Scholarship in tho
The successful candidate when admitted
will be entitled to recicve Two Hundred
i Dollars annually, aud tuition free.
May 8th 1874.
F. R. MeKINLAY,
County School Commissioner.
In* ' 1874 I * *it
Thompson H. Cookc, Ex'r., "I
and i Complaint
Jane M, '/eigle*, Ex'?. |
of tho Will of for
vs ' I Injunction and
N. E. W. Sistrunk, Adtn'r. I
uud others. J Relief.
Dy vlrturo of an order, tnado heroin, tho
f'reditort: of the late Daaiol Zciglcr, arc
hereby required to present and protc thoir
sovcrul demands before tho undcrsigmd at
Oruugcburg C. II., on or before the 15th
' .July next, or th? samo will ho debarred
C. B. GLOVER,
Orangebnrg, C. IT., Jtmc Oth, 1874.?8t