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J. FELDER MEYERS, Assistant Editor.
SATURDAY, AUG. 29, 1874.
Fort Motte is to bo incorporated.
Read article on outside of this issue
about that wonderful tcot I on.
Who did MBas borrow $10,000 from, a
month or sosftgop ?
Rowley and his crowd have been bailed
Tbe man who is a friend to Prank Moses
is a friend to Azracl.
Moses Fays he can't see the point of our
jokes because be is the butt.
Wo had a rain on Sunday night last which
cooled the air muchly.
Tilt on has sued Ecccher for $100.000
dtmngrft. The lutttr says "Let us pray.'*
Ic riv?r his been in good fishing order
Sng the past, week, nnd our fishermen
had It joRy time.
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In the beginning God created Heaven and
Earth. Afterwards he made man in the
image of himself?oily to fall in Moses.
Thcro arc a great many persona in Or
nngeburg who have colds.' They nrj un
Grass in tho Court itousi Sguaro. OI?an
breeches bard to keep. No County Ohiccr
wcarB white pants. Why ?
This week has been remarkably cool. Of
nights blankets wore hot at all uncomforta
A Chamberlain delegation has been doc
ked from Chester headed by the veritable
T. J. Mackey.
Meroney's new store is almost completed,
it adds to the looks of his property "mu di
Mr. Exckicl is doing a first-rate business
It ib said that he sells groceries lower than
n great many other mcrchnnts.
Rowley nnd bis crowd were brought to
Charleston and lodgctl in jail on Sunday
last. Jones is ultcad in Georgetown now.
There will be a Rifle Club organized to
day at Jones' bridge in the Fork. Two
mounted companies have already been form
ed over there.
The beautiful residence of Dr. Oliveros,
en Russell Street, presents a grand npponr
nnce. We congratulate the Doctor on it3
design nnd beauty.
Tho plaoe under the Nkws' office, recent
?tycecupied by Mr. Ezekicl, is undergoing
repairs. We learn that Mr. Kirk Robinson
is to occupy it.
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Mr. Reil on Rcttcrsou painted that beauti
ful sign at the Grange Store. Mr. B. dis
plays a eood deal of skill in that lino, and
those who are in want of signs had better
note the fajjt.
Tho J'hctSiix say e from the 1st up to the
25th ofplthvmonth, Lexington had 'orty-two
rainy <&y0 Selby must see double at times
by this, l^otv else could he make forty
two ou?of Jwcnly-fivo?
The f Columbia r/iamix prints Moses's
documents for him. Roth Republican
paperstfof&lluit place havo refused to havo
any tnrnjp/ to do with the "Robber Gover
Tho r Abbovlllo Medium man has been
intcrvi^iviog Nilos G. Parker, cx-Treasuror
of Sou)h --Carolina^ ou tho situation. Nilos
says he wants to go to Congress. The
people say they will think tho matter over.
Mr. C. II. Green is prepared to fill orders
f?r fresh beef at any time, and in any
quantity. Ho is ^a good butcher, and those
who desire his services can find him nt all
times at bis place.
Our thanks to C. D. Kortjohn for late files
of Northern papers. Dick, it appeals,
seems to bo determined to keep up with the
ttacs, not only in the grocery and liquor
business (for he lias no equal in this line)
but also with tho events of tho day.
TJIJi NEWS AND COURIER?
Asserts in euiphatio terms that neither of
its editors wcro olnscted with Chief Justice
Most ft about the time charged by us, and
ihfti neither of thum have spokon to the oid
CbiejyUhin twelve mouths past. Wo make
this statement ob a matter of courtesy, in
asmuch as they have solmnly denied our
charge, and from a desire to do justieo in
our profession. It is but fnir to say, how
ever, that wo had authority for what we
wrote ' Is the Ntics and Courier satisfied ?
MR. IF. K. CROOK?
Has opened a grocery store next door to
Dr. Dukes' drug shop. Mr. C. is well known,
throughout tho County and commences on
his own account, with the good wishes of tho
MISS RVANS' SCHOOL?
Will be resumed tit the residence of Mr. P.
V. Dibble on Monday the 7th proximo. She
is a successful nnd accomplished teacher,
and we bespeak for her tho patronage of
those who have children.
The Charleston Chronicle selects for its
leading editorial articles such subjects its
'?Pig Iron," "Weather Reports,'' "Ban
anas," "Cranberries" &0. What an official
paper for the great metropolis of the Slate !
Scissors, what a paper !
TUR CHARLESTON SUN?
Is becoming as foolish and hot-headed as
its elder brother, the New? and Courier.
Strange that one who has held office under
tho very government he abuses, should, af
ter he is with the outs, squeal so lustily.
Did not Frank Moses make the first pay
ment on the Preston Mansion with money
got from his.approval of a joint resolution,
appropriating Feme two or three hundred
thousand dollars of money, passed by the
Legislature at the Session of 1872-3V
Moses says he hopes to have a jury here
at the January term of the Court?nt which
time he is to be tried for stealing $'1,000 of
the hard earnings of the people's monoy?
that will whitewash him as completely as
the H'. mouth Church Committc.! did Bccch
Sc tint or Patterson said inn speech nt
Beaufort that Mos-cs had boon weighed in
the balance ami found wanting. lie was
the greatest fellow to want he ever saw.
Honest John should have ad-ted, That if
he didn't get what he wanted by fair means
he'd steal it.
The County Commissioners speak of hav
ing the County jail made moro secure than
it is at present. It is stated that our cau
tious Hoard came to this conclusion because
it is thought that His Excellency will at
tempt some of .lack Sheppard's tricks, aber
being delivered to our jailer in January.
TR IA I, J l 'S Tl CR CO UR TS?
For the past week business hai be in very
lively in tho Courts of Trial Justices G'rar
dcau and Ford ban'. Fiorii what we can
bear these gentlemen dispense with all mat
ters entrusted to their care with satisfaction
Io ull parlies.
The first bale of new cotton for Ibis sea
ton was brought to this market on Thurs
day lust by N. M. Rilcy, anil purchase I by
Geo. H. Cornclson at 14J cents per pound.
This augurs better limes, and we hope soon
to see our merchants busy again.
T he Northern press seems terrib'y arous
ed on the initiation, but in our opinion (hey
magnify a great many things. "No man is
in danger of his life here who behaves him
self. And ccriuinly those who make incen
diary speeches uro not loveil in any commu
nity. Wo arv in for a penceuble settlement of
the greul ques.ionB before the country.
The funeral service of Miss Fannie Dibble
were performed on Sunday morning lust at
(he Methodist Episcopal Church by the
Itevs. Walker and Campbell. The church
was crowded by a lo.ge number of mourn
ing friends w ho, with their heads bowed low
in sorrow, paid this last sad rite to the
mortui remains of a departed loved one.
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L. ('ass Carpenter, editor of the Union of
Columbia is spoken of us Elliott's successor
in Congr ess. That distinguished representa
tive of lbs colored race, could find no abler
man nmong his white brethren here 10 till his
chair. Mr. Carpenter has done a great
amount of good work for the party in this
State, and has, wo believe, the confidence of
I he Administration at Washington.
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Cel. Mosby and Payne of Virginia were
to settle a little nwMor between themselves
the other day, according to the code of
honor, but a poicc loving Ju Igu, hearing of
the difficulty, ordered thearrosi of Mosby
nnd put hioi under a bond of $5,000. This
it is fUlppo 1 will cud the matter.
P. if.?1 i.c matter has been amicably ad
Mr. Augustus Fischer holds forth at Ihe
corner yet. Fischer is a clever man in
more than one respect, and has built up a
trade which is equal to that of any grocer
in our Burg. Reliable nnd fair in his deal
ings, he has drawn (o his storo an array of
customers who owcar they will never go
back on Fischer. He will lay in a Fall
supply in a short timo when wo will "pull "
him as ho deserves. Meantime, givo him n
call all yo that are fond of good groceries
The Edisto Sociil Rifle Club was organ
ized on Tuesday evening with the following
President?James F. Tzlnr.
1st Vice President?Samuel Dibble.
2d Vice President?W. R. Izlur.
3d Vice President?James S. Heywurd.
Treasurer?0. W. Brunsen.
SEXA TO It A XI) Ii E \YS?
lias been 13d Ii g sick at bis residenco, for
several weeks past, with a slight attack of
erysipelas, lie publishes a statement of his
conduct as Treasurer, which will explain
away a part of Mr. Bolivar's letter. His
settlement with the Auditor shows that he
has vouchers for all he paid out while Treas
SO I, I CITO II UUTT/.?
Is sweeping everything in Chlfr'estou
County. Hardly a meeting has been held
down there at which he came out behind.
It seems that his friends are determined to
send him to Congress. In this County ha is
the only man talked of. lluttz is a hard
worker and will do us some good in ("on.
John Grimes, one of Governor Moses sup
porters, and recently from the penitentiary,
was examined by Trial Justice Girardcatl
on Wednesday last, cn a charge of grand
larceny. He was bound over for his ap
pearance to the October Court of General
Sessions, when we hope he will be sent back
10 General Dennis. There will not be much
danger of a pat don being granted to him by
The Inst Harpers Weekly has acut of
Moses dealing oe.t pardons to convic's in the
Penitentiary; The face is exactly like
Prank's, but the size of his feet and hands
is exaggerated. We heard of his putting
nit somebody else's shoes and gloves one
night through a mistake, and they were
respectively No. l's and 4's; that is to say,
shoes l's and gloves 4*8. Try it again, Nast \
Rowley and Jones, the Georgetown riolersj
have signed an agreement tobe friends. Sol
we will have no more wars in Georgetown!.
The quiet citizens of that place will now
slcrp quietly of nights. White wingwd
Peace has supplanted the cruel Mars, and
lite Revenue Cutler lies quietly in the wli
lers off Charleston. Jones will repack Iiis
old joinnals, mid L-owlcy will go on maki'ng
Mr. Si ties It. Mcllichamp hos assumed
contitl of the editorial columns of this pa
per, while our friend Whitehead, its former
editor, continues with it in the capacity of
publisher nnd business manager. Mr. Mel
lichninp is a graceful antl pleasant writer,
and we welcome It tin again 'o the editorial
fold. His conservatism has always been
marked with that degree of liberality which
ever won for his 11 iterances a careful co -
siderution by his political opponents We
wish the TiMtt success.
IIA SE Ii AI. L A TI. F. WIS VI LL E?
A mutch gi.me of Base Rail was played at
Louisville en the 21st inst., between the
Blue Slocking Club of Orangeburg, and the
Rattlesnake Club of that place, and was won
by the Blue Stockings by n score of fill to IS,
The return game will be played a t this place
on the 2n I of September. After the game
was over, the olubs repaired to where a
splendid supper awaited them, and where
the evening was passed away in song,
joviality and sentiment. Mr. Primus
Berwick a crack player of the Blue
Slocking Club, occupied the Short Slop,
at which point he caught a ball whish
was struck right from the bat, and by which
cinj) He mail re he put out two of the Rattle
-4A* UNSURPASSED SUPPER?
A supper, which was prepared at the
oxpcnsu of the Aurora Base Ball Club of this
place for the entertainment of their visiting
guests, the Kershaw Base Ball Club, was
given on Thursday evening last at
Mcroney's hotel nnd partaken of by tho two
Clubs and their friends. It was a spl endidly
gotten up affair, and reflected much credit
upon the successful perse vorn nee and good
taste of Mr. and Mrs. Meroney. The table
was filled from end to end with all sorts of
gootl things for tho inner man. Upon it
were spread in abundanso such substantial
us turl oys, bums, shots, beef nnd chicken,
with breatls of all sorts. Other goo 1 things
were plentiful, such as chicken and lobster
salad, piokled cucumbers, peaches, melon
rinds, grape jellies, citron preserves,
peach preserves, pound oake, sponge cake,
jelly cake, cocoanut cuko, ami candies and
nuts of all kinds with apples, peaches and
oranges to wind upon.
The supper was enjoyed by all prcsont,
and adds another laurel to Mr. ami Mrs
Heroney's success ns hotel keepers. What
would Orangeburg do without this Hotel.
Office of tub Orarokduro Nrwh,
August 28lh 1874.
COTTON?Rules during the week 23
bales. Wo quote:
Ordinary, to Good Ordinary,... 11/3)12}
Low Middling. 18j@
Rough Rick.$l..r>0 per ouubel
Corn.$1.10 per bushel.
Cow Peas.'JO to 1.10 per bushel
Pi.mibrs. 1.15 per hu.did.
ORANG KBURQ COUNTY.
In Common Pleas.
J. A KELLEN, vs. T. K. SA8P0RTAS und
M. J. SASPORTAS.
Ry virtue of the'judgement of foreclosure
herein', I will sell, nt Ornngcburg Court
lit use, on the first Monday in September,
next, during the legal hours of sale, ill
an et ion for cash.
1. Plantation of 220 acres, more or lens,
nn both sides of Binuukers Bridge Road,
hounded by lands now or lately of W. S
Dudley, Lewis Wissonhuut, J. Riloy, and
Estate of S. Beach: being tract conveyed
to T. K. Sasporlas by Or. E. J. Olivcros.
I 2. Tract of 12.'5 acres, more or less, on
Little Pen Branch, bounded bv lands now
or lately of J. 1>. Fairy, J. W. II. Dukes.
Andrew Berry und Mrs. Cclia Metis"
?. Tract of 227 acres, more or less, bound
edfby lands now or lately of Andrew Bet t y.
James Uhoo Is, Oliver H. t)n und
Edwards; the two last described tracts
being the lands convoyed to T. K. Saspor
tijs by Mr.?. Colin Mctts, Executrix of the
xII of James D. Metis, deceased.
0R A N E13U R G C0 U NTY.
In Common Pleas.
A. KELLER, vs. T. K. SASPORTAS, B.
LLOYD aud V. D. BOWMAN.
v By virtue of lite judgment of forcloiure
Hierein, I will Bell, at Orangeburg Court
(House, on the firat Monday in September
(next, at auction, for cash, during the legal
'llOUrS of sale .
1. Plantation of 440 acre, more or less,
honnded by lands now or lately of Oliver
Fornuin, Andrew Iitabinet, II. Wunnumukcr,
J. S. K. Leg-ire, and Estate of Peter Hook ;
being picmises formerly of the Estate of
2. Lot and ' welling in the Town of
Orangeburg, on West side of Market Street
fronting on un'd Street. 42 foet und K in.,
and running back 271 foci to lands formerly
of James llnrlc\', deceased, and bounded by
lot of Independent Elliott Hook & Ladder
Company und lot of Jno. S. Bowman.
Purchasers to pay for papers and record
SherifTs Olliee, 1 K. 1. Cain,
Ornngcburg C. II., S. C, \ S. O. C.
August l?th, 1871. J
nuif. 1-j JU
to the ladies and gentlemen
MOSES M. BROWN, the Barber, pledges
himself lo keep up with the times ill all the
late Improvements, us his business is suffi
cient to guarantee the uhovo. lie will he
found at his Did Stand ever ready to serve
his customers at the .shortest notice.
apl U 80
TO THE AFFLICTED.
Raniowli'.s Coi.l.tTON, Co., 8. C.
July, 27lh, 1S74.
I do hereby certify thai I have been
afflicted for the past live years with a
Cancer eovcring the onlirc upper Lip, 1 tried
I every remedy that 1 could hear of, besides
placing myself under the treatment of
distinguished Physicians, without even
[retarding its progress.
1 Dr. T. II. MA LONE, of Oranguhurg, 8. C.
after thirty days treatment, made an ahso
lutc eure, haven taking it out by the roots,
without the use of the kinfe.
J. W. DA VIS.
Mr. J. W. Davis is a Dccon iu our Church
and we tha undersigned know the above
facts to be true.
Rev. J. W. E LLSKY,
?? W. R. HYATT,
" S. YY. ACKERMAX,
S. N. CARROLL.
Pastors und members of the Colleton
um: 8 if
JUST IN AT
J. Wallace Cannon's
I IQUOKS, CIGARS, T?ISAC0?,
CANNED GOODS, CANDIES,
All of the above goods are offered at
PRICES to suit tha present tight times,
jan 81 1871
The Undersigned has opened an OFFICE
for the SALE of LAND.
Persons having REAL ESTATE lo dis
pose of will do well to register the same
LARGE FARMS subdivided and sold iu
cither LARGE or SMALL parcels.
GOOD FARMS for sale at from $2 to $0
per acre, on easy terms.
AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTOX,
Ornngcburg C. IL, S. C.
nov 15 f
RAGS, &c, &c.
To be had, for which the HIGHEST CASH PRICES will be paid at the
Opposite where Whittcmorc's Soap Factory used to be.
au?r 22 c 1874
C. D. KORTJOHN
II VS A F?LL SUPPLY OF
TOBACCO & CIGARS.
C. O. KORTJOHN.
TAKE DUE NOTICE
THEODORE KOKE & SRO.
Are now CLOSING OUT their en
tire Stock of SUMMER WEAR to
make room for the immense
Which their Mr. EEUHY KOHET is
Purchasing in the Northern Markets.
VOSE & IZLAR
And Tmy your QUO OERIES, and thus
save yourself the trouble of pricing
fc?r GOODS DEL! Y KU KD.
Hr. Editor:?You will please announce
tlic Rcv. THOMAS PHILLIPS a Candidate
fo>- School Commissioner for the next term,
subject to the action of tho nominating
August 1st, 1874.
FOR THE LeGISIjATIIIIR.
.'//?. Editor:?Please announce Copt., 0.
J. JAMISON, of tho Fork, a Candidate for
the next Legislature, at the Comnig election
Notice of Dismissal
Notice is hereby given to all concerned
that on the 27th day of August, 1874, I will
File my final account as Guardian of Ellen
orn L. Kent/, and Alice T. Kent/ in tho Pro
bate Court of Orangeburg County and will
Petition for my final discharge.
JOHN C. HARVEY,
july 2ft?It Guardian.
t, FF1CE OF CO., AUDITOtt.
July, 10th, 1871.
TO MILS. E. M. JACKSON :
Take Netico, that Mrs. E. A. Retard has
paid into Iho County Treasury the tax,
costs and penalties on the laud purchased
by you at Delinquent land sale on the 18th
day of May 1871.
ang. 15 1874 81
It you want WORK DONE
in Hoiihc and Carriage Faint
ing go to
J. A. IVI Mil A IIS.
Experience ~i yearn. Keni
<lenee on Market Street.
jnu 17 1*71 18
Sale Under Mortgage.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
mortgage of the personal property of J. W.
P.ohinson given to fleo. II. Coraelson, I will
sell at pulilic auction on the "1st August
next, at the plantation of J. W. Ilobinson,
2 Cows, 2 Ualvcss, il Yearlings, 1 Saddle,
1 Oun and 1'hiutation TooLs.
W. II JOINER, AgL
nug l? 1871 u
Laud for Sale.
Twenty-nine hundred (2000) acres on
Sniitco River, in Orangcburg County, bound
ed by lands of E. V. It huler, James Felder,
J. <j. Tarier, and by the Santcc rivor.
Terms, one fifth cash, balance in four equal
annual instalments, secured by bond with
interest from date of sale and mortgage of
premises. Purchasers paying for papers
and recording. Will be sold in whole or in
parcels. Apply to
I1UTS?N & HUTSON,
nug. 15 1874 4t
Notice is hereby given that in three
months from date, tho Hoard of County
Commissioners will'appoint Special Com
missioners to Lay Out and Open a Publto
lload, leading from Howe's Pump to Rowc'a
Bridge, known as the Swamp Road, running
through the lands of Al Robinson, Dcmpsey,
W C Reeves and William Ash, unless in the
meantime cause be shown to tho contrary.
Hy order of the Hoard.
Clerk County Commisfioncrs*
County Commissioner's Office, May 4th,