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j. FELDEICmEYEUS, Assistant Editor.
K[ SATURDAY, OUT. 24, 1874.
*'Col.'! DoTrcvillc wears specs now.
Old John Robinson's circus is coining.
"Away down South in Dixie.
.. fr--? > 111''''
Men draw pictures in the Cours House
whose breath smells bndly. I
Court comtncnccd on Monday last ant
businoss went on livoly.
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Itiggs' cotlon'is good. He'll gej the pre
mium in the Fair:'
TJjc Grand Jury made their report on
Thursday. Nobody dead.
Daggers eyes wore in Court last woik,
but nobody got "hurled.
.Kehai d mahc.s i .pictures for $1.00.
y\o have been accused of bolting We
havn't. To bp decent doesn't mean to bolt,
does it ? '
lion. W. II. P.eedish, J. V. Hamilton and
other loading citizens of Branchvillc, weie
in town on Monday last.
Dr. I.egarc is making Iiis mark in this
county as a skillful physician. Too fever
hasn't much showing whero bo g' c*.
The Tournament w ill be the 21 day of the
Fair, instead the 4th of Nov. It will be a
splendid success from w hat we hear.
I.cavo your or IcVa al: Echnrd's for view s
of your residences.
"Wdiyis it- that a dentist never talks with
out his mouth irirfc open '.' Because he can't
work ujpdit pltUiiiTs willi their mouths shut,
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Mcsais. Moselcy ? Copes, at llioir store
on the corner', arc selling groceries just
about right. Nearly evorybo.lv goes there
because1 they sell so cheap;'
'to carry out the civil rights lull ?>! Judge
Greene, people must do a heap of things.
>\ bite men \> ho ' should |' take a liking to a
colored woman* hulrt cither marry or p'ay
qtiith. Pretty hard.
Mr. Hermann W?ldern, wc- are g'a I to
hear, is giving the people of Lewisvilla en
t^-s^^<|i^tiVK,tTs Trial Just i.e. He is a
young man of promise mil we wish him
YYhy didn't the nice ft Hows who a'vised
the grand jutv_go.to the .Piol.ato Judge's
Office, and^^wp\hete.'thcii bi.st Democratic
jhan spent over two Ihousan 1 dollars of t i
5rttfO'.J V';: I .ii.wa wit , ? ... ,
of widows ond orphans? Wc 1
Can anybody lidse, up hogs b it legally
?commissioned nuirifials ? 1 Not under the
ordinance of Council, and not under the
^^c^w^.LiUte.b.iys who think it smart
to make ten cents, will be indicted for tres
pass the first thigg^thcy know.
Echnrd'u niaufinoldV Photogr iph Canopy
has just arrived ijnjtbwrf. Give him a cull.
Jill. TIIOS. CA HTM ILL? !
Has his store crammed with the very hi si
of goods. His stock is select and he has a
.clever help of clerks.1' He h is bath the
right and left bower, and he must win. No
bettor place in the county to get a good bar
gain than at fiurtniiU'si '. ,
M. It. Dclnn-y denies the charge in ade
.against him by Dr. Webster. One is a
Christian.gentleman, and a man who: c word
nobody will dispnto, while the other is a
?chronic. dfliccsceker and delights to have
Democrats to praise him. Wc believe Dr.
Talking about robbery among officers in
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this county?lJah ! Where's your Citizens,
.Savings Dank, and the forty bioiit iliotj.
?jW^dPll?SUU^.JTQllt up with ft. Advis
?ors of tho grand jury say with Shakespeare :
"In such a lime as this it ih not meet
?That every ?/rc offnnsc should hear its cow
-ill ag?m^?AmAkm\ -
Mr. F. .W. Fairey, candidate tor County
.Commissioner, was hero' on Monday last.
IWofiutyc known him sinoo childhood and a
IhcltotgnJ^ftc^j livvjid. Ho/has boon the
'friend of every poor man around him, and
^rfjjn'j'^iii??^ County Gommla
jsioner will take care of the poor man's mon
C. Jj. KORTJOIIN?
Isaiotdoad yet. His customers wanted
aomo fresh groceries,, aid despite tho yellow
fevor boiiMj[ Charleston, Dick mounted
<ho train hero, wont to tho "city by tho
6,^." ijpil cnpiq Lack .with everything his
friends, wanted- He's got no fever, but. bo
hfl & -gift a supply 'er Ills patrons, and a
ihlg heart in him which prompts hiin.togivc
them j^ood bargains. ; .
Muj. Euttz' speech yesterday in Iho mur
der case, was a mtiBtcrly cfTort.
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Eehnrd muk?s largo pictures in 8 x 10 J
frames for $'2S00, and largo ? size if desiroil.
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Something must be done to subserve the
praise und gloiy of our people. Last
week's work, Sclah !
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What is the difforenco hetwocn a dirt
dobbcr and si hog?one roots up mud an I
the other dubs it Von can always fiud dirt
dobbcrs a plenty around a hog wallow.
Thcro is lid impious right hand raised in
this County to strike down tho people's
rights. Oh no. Everything is going on
cobly, und the goose is hanging high.
i'ebnid is taking everybody's phiz. If he
don't take yours, you arcnn exception. He
can't lie beat sit putting your exact emitter.
part on pasteboard.
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When old Johsi Robinson's circus gits
lure we intend io buy his old Orimg Otaitg,
and make it a pvesoiil to one of our Tax
Unions, fur a sign, as their presaat one is
? as! playing nut.
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j. a. UAirrxoc?
Is a man. lie is now at Lewisville. He
r.aod to le with lieihiitiiii Wahlurs nt this
plate, and be was good there. .Stationed in
the tinning town of Lewisville, with a first
class Store (Oi bis hands, he has made up
his ii.'in'. I?. 1 i kind to the people up there,
lie tt-Ms cr? ctrics ni.d liquors cheaper than
any one else. And what makes everything
better is the fact that Tidal Justice W?hlers
is wi111 him.
co i ru r of session's?
His Honor Judge Graham is transact in*
this business of tho Court now in session
ii re, with his usual dispatch an 1 o?tirtesj*.
No fairer man, or one more popular with
the people, ever sat on the Reach in <
The case ot the Sta'o vs. Russell Kcitt,
for Iho niurdt r of .lell'ry Horsey (both col
o.ed, now in progress of trial, ere: tcs in
tense excitement! espiciul'y among 111) eol
orel people. It is rumored that th; Court
will adjourn tills evening
yrllo ir fever?
A prominent citizen of Charleston repots
I he .'yellow fever es being quite prevalent,
and large numbers of the oldest citizen : arc
leaving for other parts of the State, 'i'he
y.l'.ow fever broke out several weeks ago,
but the physicians have agreed to call it
' ihi.laiinl fever." in order to slide anxiety
ni.d ie: .r, which would otht iwisc \ revuil.
This is all very w.dl, as far as it gas*, bu?
it the duty of physicians lo protect trav
elerj who might b: > i th iir w iy io :'i ? i i -
feel cd city, as well as lo u! tempt to save the
commercial interests of Cm placi iulcutcd.
We invite the special alto.ition of our
readers lo the adver is.uncut of C. Wc3t &
Son.?, Raitiutore, Md. These gentlemen
are the sole proprietors of the widely colo
biated "Ala Idin .Security Oil," Which now
takes llic first rank among all oils ofTcreel
throughout the entire country. In the use
of this oil, w hich guarantee- a Iii e test of
IfiO degrees, aceiden s uro unknown, uud
tlie namo of C. West & Sons is alone sutli
cient assurance that ''Aladdin Security
OH" is all that its nuino inp u ts. As it
burns in all Coal oil and Kcros.'iiu lamps,
no change of burners or chimneys is re
The Ri public magazine, Washington, I>.
C, for November is lull of instruction, as is
Uniformly the case with that valuable pub
Its articles on the undeveloped resources
of the .South and on the Central Territories
should be read by every citizen.
Senator Morton's speech, the political
outlook, nnd tho record of Southern out
rages, arc especially timely, and should bo
perused and considered by every voter.
Send for sample copy if you wish to sjo
for yourself, or send $2 for a year's sub
scription, and gel the north of your money
The Grand Jury mado its report on
Thursday last, and in their presentation
set forth that they had thoroughly investi
gated, through the committees app oiutcd at
the last term of the Court, the otli ciul con
duct, since Reconstruction, of tho n um or Or 8
County T easurbrs, that wo have been bleat
with, and ..' i the School Commissioner's
and County Commissioner's offices. They
mentioned the mimes of several of our Citi
zens in no enviable light. Tho report con
cluded by presenting School Commissioner
j .MrKin!.iv, Ex-Treusurer Humbert an I K. I.
Cain. Wo were unable to obtain pos.<c. sion
of tho presentment of the Grand Jury, to
publish in this issue. Wc hope to be able
to "ivc it to our readers uef t week
People's Republican Ticket.
DANIEL H. CHAMBERLAIN.
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
R. H. GLEAVES.
C. W. BXJTTZ.
E. I. GAIN.
E?Il JUDGE 1'JiOliATE
A.. B. ?^JaTO jl ON".
eouse of representatives
S. L. DUNCAN.
JOHN II. LIVINGSTON.
E. W. WILLIAMS.
F. W. EAIEEY.
REV. THOMAS PHILLIPS.
J. H. FORDHAM.
Valuable Plantation for
For sale the PLANTATION below Howe's
Pump, on Hie River lloail, known as the
II ILL PLACE, containing five liuiiJretl .m l
thirty-six acres. t)n the pines I her a is u
good DWELLING HOUSE, with necessary
Terms luntlo easy.
A I iily to the undersigned on the place or
by letter addressed to Howe's Pump, S. ('.
ocl 0?tf L. J. I/.LAR.
IVOT1CE TO TEACEIEESS.
Oraxccuuiio, S. C.
October 8th is; |.
All porsous dodrous of becoming TuAsh srs
in the Free Schools of District N >. 10,
(Orange Township) must apply on or before
Ihc NINETEENTH INSTANT, as the Hoard
o*" Trust cos will inert at 12 M. on the above
tlatu to elect Teachers. All applications
must be accompanied by certificate of
(^nullification. Schools will bo opened on
FIRST MONDAY in NOV RM ORR.
Til AD C. ANDREWS,
V. D. BOWMAN',
oct 10 1874 -it
Orangeiiciki S. C., October 8th 1S71.
Notice is hcrohy given that the Board of
Trustees for Orange School District have
decided to open on the first Monday in
November next. One First class, and one
second class School for white children and
one First class and one second class school
forcolorod children in the Town oTOrange
burg. Teachers for these Schools will as
directed general notice to teachers.
Til A D C. ANDREWS,
< lliairm in.
V. B* BOWMAN,
ocl 10 1874 It
TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
MOSRS M. BROWN, the Barber, pledges
himself to keep up with the times in all the
late Improvements, as his business is suffi
cient to guarantee the above, lie will be
found at his Old Stand ever ready to ECl'VO
his customers at the shortest notice.
nrd 1.1 :o
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
OitANcEiiuitn County S. C.
Notice is hereby given that an ELEC
TION will beheld :it the usual legal Polls
of llio said County on THURSDAY the
third day of November next, between the
hours of A. M. and ti P. M., for the
following County officers to wit :
< hie Probate Judge.
Ouo School Commissioner.
< hi ? ("orronor.
Tiiret* County Commissioners.
flEO. R3LIVEU, C. C. P.
Clerks office, Orangcburg, Oct. 3d 187-1.
oot. 10 187 ? It
The Commissioners of ELECTION for
Orangcburg County met on Thursday Sep
tember ;?()th and organised. J. P. Mays,
was duly elected Chairman nnd A. 11.
The Commissotnors will make the appoint
ment of managers at an early day.
Notice is hereby given that on and after
tlii?* dale Hair's Poll is removed from Four
Hide Church to Fouros' Chapel in Mid lie
Township, by request of the voters of said
Ry Order ef the Commissioners of Flec
AFC.. P.. KNOW ETON,
Secretary of Cotu'rs of Election.
Orangcburg County, Oct. 1st 1871.
The Commissioners of Eloction arc : J. P.
Mays, Chairman of Hoard of Comi'a of Elec
tion, J. Ilaminoud Fordham and R. R. Dun
net.:! 1371. tf
Notice is hereby given that in threo
months from date, the Hoard of County
Commissioners will \ appoint Special Com*
inissioncrs to Lay Out and Open a Public
Hood, leading from Howe's Pump to Howe's
H rid go, known as the Swanp Road, running
through the lands of M Robinson, Dompscy,
W C Hooves and William Ash, unless in the
meantime cause be shown to the contrary.
Hy order of the Hoard.
Clerk County Coininisfioncrs.
County Commissioner's Ollice, May 4th,
1874. ?<t 3ra.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO OUR PATRONS and the PUBLIC
generally Ihat wo have increased our
STOCK of MERCHANDISE,
And having rented the STORE of Mr, J. P. IIA KLEY, at the Corner of Russell ?od
II rough ton Streets, we are now prepared to .servo you at either Store.
Mr. .1. W. MOSELEY will continue th'o Uusinoss at our OLD STAND, Corner Ruisell
and Market Sh eets.
Mr. KOBEKT COrES takes charge of the NEW STORE, where will be found at
either plate, a well selected stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
'I hanking you for your loin.er patronage wo respect fully solicit a continunnoo c^f
.). \Y. MOSELEY. ROBERT COPES.
sep? i7 1 ST I tt .
rfrr-. KTB, rri
Comprising the BEST BHANDS of
S. It. Fhmr,
Silver <lrip Syi up
" Lobst eis,
" Ti undoes,
11 (! rcen Corn,
I'k in h t'onfectioncry,
WINES, LIRUOKS, SEGAKS and TOBACCO of the Best Brands. All of which I
guarantee \ ill plti.icloth in quality ami price.
HIGHEST ASH riUCKK. pven for all Country Produce.
at w. t. m?ller's old STAND,
MiOl G11 TON STREET.
SOLDI El S may 1 c stationed In re t" ;uard the lives of the "truly loil," but that wW
not permit me from selling all hinds <?!' GROCERIES and LIQUORS at figures to eultffc?
miser that would sell hi- soul for two dollars.
MAY come among us. but I'll guarantee as soon ns they make one purchase At my
CHEAP STOKE on Hit East Corner of Moron v - Lot,
IN ORANGEBURG VILLAGE
'I hat they will ground their nrm?. I havo su h articles as Flour, Sugar, Coffee, Lard,
Hinter. Hiici ii, ilaiiis, Mackerel, t'ii ose, Kloo, .vc, of the finest kinds. And as to my
LI QUO HS?why their Ha vor alone wool I entice the veriest old hard-shell to try a '4dr?p.'*
My Segnrs arc such as President Grant orders whmovar his mini becomes disturbed
over ^uitihern outrages. They tiring quiet nil the time. In n word, I havo a STOCK of
liroucries. Liquors, Segars and Tobaccos that have astonished the natives. Lot one aal
all give m?' a call, at my NEW STORE on Meroney's Lot, where that indefatigablo gen
tleman hin.self, and Johnny (his big boy) will bo found at all times ready to give GO JD
BARGAINS. And us for me, why ? well, the boya know how it is themselves.
Cr. W. BAXTER"
FRONT MERONEY'S HOTEL.
MY ENTIRE; STOCK Or
GUI 0 WIMT^B
H 11 ?f ik 1 ill 1 p H
l ilJLiii ik n 111 I IjII
All ol wire arc at PRICES
E??H LOWER THAN LAST YEAR
Call and exeminc.
D. LO i
A'No. 1 Stock of Groceries, Crockery
Tin ware, Oandies, Segars, &c, \fdt
Sale LOW at the Cheap Cash Grocer
ry House of
J0 S. ALBEE60TTI,
CORNER RUSSELLSTKEET AND RAILROAD AVENUB.
The Best Powder, shot and Caps k8pt for ;
1 8 7 4.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
EOHN % BR0.fS
DE.Y GOODS EMPORIUM.
Daily Opening Entirely new Patterns and Dellgaa.
DHE8S GOODS, PillNTS. SHAWLS, FLANNELS,
WOOLENS, JEANS, KTO., FURS, HATS,
BOOTS SHOES, TRUNKS, SATCHELS, BASKETS,
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, ETC., ETC.
YOUTHS AND G EN TS pLOTHENO AND VU UNISIIING GOODS.
TI F K D I AM OND SHIBT
FIT and WEAR guaranteed.
In fact our Stock will be replete in every Doparltnont and sold at Uusual Popular
THEODORE K0HN & BROTHER.