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THAD. C. AN DUE WS, Editor.
Financial and Business Manager.
Ofllcinl Paper or the Stute and
of Oriingebiirg Connty.
WSr-THE OR A NO Eli UR G NEWS HAS
A LARGER CIRCULATION TITAN
ANY OTHER PAPER IN THE CO UN
SATURDAY, OCT. 31, 1874.
nUi Tire Obanoeuuro News, in not advocating
?HB?'rfegidat" ticket may bo likened unlo the
^?owncr of a gin house, who is careful of his
properly. Ho may bo a ropublionn and ac
-isustomcd to gin cotton for bis friends, hut
''^hfcn'bls neighbors cry out "Look out there;
. that cotton hoa matchos in it," aa a care
ful man, bo dccliuos ?iy do the ginniug for
his friends, the doing of which might ruin
. him.,. lie tells them to pass on to the next
house. Now if the Ouangeucuo News,
I heeding the voice of its patrons, was wrong
? in'tolling the Rogulnrs to go to |our ncigh
'"bors^ and tboy, discovering the "inatchy"
.danger which thoy carried, and likewise re
fused to pin their cotton (that is, to advocate
*thcir ticket) violated any law, wo should
.jlike to have it pointed out. Tito News does
.not sny that there is too cotton about the
regular ticket, but. having lived nine years,
*4KHn'outsp'o'ljcn organ, it should not be
lit* jjRO iSu :
cspcjclcd.at this late day, that its p-opric
o^sivfoutjl disregard cntiroly th3 volba of
-its' patrons-?the advertisers of Orangcburg.
Tll? DefflobYnti will try and scratch your
WlccTy placing Green on; it. Don't vote a
?hygxo -..Solicitor Rultz.
Ji xi et od ri:.;i .'/ . '?
^iWoshall watch tho election, which will
Ifiko' 'place iri this County, on the 3rd day
of next month, with n peculiar interest. By
its result, wo ?hall soe whether the Conser
vatives meant to ninke their promise good
or not, in that they all along profcssoil to
have no objection to a Uopublioau, who did
ids duty honestly, faithfully, and -with
fidelity to the whole people. It cannot bo
?raid 'Ahnt Solicitor Duttz has failed in per
forming any part of the duties of his office.
He " prosocuted, without fear, or hopo of ror
'-.vnrd, tho case against Moses, and moans to
carry it ;on: to the end. Some man would
Jiayc (rcmbled at the idea of .taking to bey
tho Governor of tho State; but Solicitor
Bhttz,- i?ohs?io?s'of ? the right, and knowing
that if Moses escaped exposure, that he
would again . foist, himself upon tho pooplo
'of this. State, and thus give a now impetus
to tho rObbery that has bankrupted tho
T^Xji Foyers,, determined to pursue the
Course he did, nnd which should endear him
tax rvcry rroler who loves good government.
Moses had bis plans formed to carry the
coming, election for himself; the prompt and
vjgprouB . action of our Solicitor, which fell
in the camp of his followers like a bomb
ph'cn7'broko Up his well laid plans, and sbot
consternation [into the hearts of his agents.
Hence South Carolina, after a few more
weeks time, will not have to bear '.the
Weight of Moses. The pcOplo of tbo whole
81atof; should feel thankful to Bultz for this
blessing; . and for this reason, if for no
other, the voters of this CongrcBsJonal Dis
trict should Send him to Congress.
The hctca and Courier, the conservatives of
this State will spon find out, ir an invidious
foe to .their best interests.
?Tlio**TimeB" and the News.
iTh'e Orangoburg Times in commenting
upod the Presentment of the Grand Jury
Ji I v.fi .V*. ? '?
and the hills of this paper ngninsl.tho (.'mm
tyvhns' the following in its editorial of last
"The Orangcburg News is very doubtfully
complimchic^'ior*" Its exorbitant charges.
Wo d?n'f'kTiVw" tho' ftems upon which tho
charges wcro made, and therefore cannot
give oar readers tho cx irt amount of tho
or^roharge complained of by tho Jury, but
we-think the sum of I $2240 for thirteen
mouths of .the public printing certainly
high." . - .
.-tTtf'may'nOt'undftrfitand the rulo of cour
tesy, which usually obtains among journa
lisuv^pl as' a! matter of common fairness it
.rvoi i'' en .'?
^p(ujdiaocni .that the editor of pur contem
pwary?tl$nowlngour papor to bo the offi
cial or?an!6f tho County, and therefore ro
crdWW^by the Statuteto nanko publio all
oflicial 'advertiBonicnls, if ho thought our
?xh orbit an', should havo given us the
\t of an explanation before, rushing
[hlo print, and demanding of us
jount. He did not do this,
him us wo find him.
o have our regular rates
mover deviate from them.
?noVe than tho Time? did for
Vauvertlacmenls published in
j pny,,for Urbich? under the law,
to demand. For publishing
the delinquent lists of tax salos, wo ohargod
no moro than tho Times. We find onobill
of our neighbor's, amounting to $45,00,
for two insertions of tho tax list of 1874,
occupying 1} columns, which it ha 1 no
right to render against tho County; tho
Orangeburg Nuws being the only paper in
this County allowed to charge for official
advertisements. What has the Times to say
to this ? But wo shall dismiss tliis subject
for tho present wiih tho remark that our
ctynrges are legitimate, made out necording
to our published rates, and can be scon at
any timo by tho editor of tho Times, if ho
deems it n part of the duty of ono journalist
to demand a published account of tho re
ceipts and expenditures of a rival news
paper. Wo shall havo something else to
8ay next week.
Wo think the Times presented a bill to
tho County Commissioners for twenty-five
dollars, while the advertisement charged for
at their published rates only amounted to
$1*2,50?nnd tho hill was so reduced by the
Boai d. How is that for high ?
FUNNV?The immaculatedemocratic par
ly of this State, governed by a descendant
of an African king, and old John Brown's
bugle man when he invaded Virginia, and a
something who like to copper on church
Messrs. Campbell & Whaloy, a leading law
firm in Charleston, have addressed the fal
lowing letter to Or. Webster, substantiating
his charge that M. R. Dclony, candidate on
the Independent Republican ticket, commit
ted Grand Larccnj, In the sum of two
iirxuREU noLi.Arts of a poor colored church.
Here is what they 3.13':
Office Campbrm. & Wit alky,
No. GO Rnotn Stiibkk,
Gnanlkstox, October ?3.
Rev. A. Webster:
I)K.\n Sin?Your letter, received this
morning, was sent to Mr. Campbell lit Wash
ington, w here he has been for some weeks,
also your article on Dehinoy.
Dclancy made a solemn promise to begin
quarterly payments on October 1, sharp.
Can you send his denial ? Yours t.-nly,
CaMI'UKI.I.S & WllAI.kt.
If the News ami Courier ciin carry the con
servative voto for Oleen an 1 the church
robber Delany, what is the conservative
vote worth. What is its status.
The Marlboro Times Bays that the Repub
licans in that county w ill nil voto for Cham
berlain, and that Green will got none but
^?|?n;o?rnlt<'? ? - 1 - - **~ ? ?* ?..u ? ........v.
mwspapcis were ob truthful as the Times,
they wou 1:1 all say the Si mo thing respect
ing their own counties. Green will get but
very few votes outside of the Conservatives,
and not nearly all of them.
.-?^MBMHQB^ * ? * ^BM^mm 1 - - -
Stand by your colors, Republicans. Don't
vote any ticket with Green at the head of it.
?? x> ? ? ? <m?ii
The Republicans are united and fully con
fident of victory. In no county in the Slate,
save ??mtcr, has the Green faction the lout
possible chance of success, and even there
we shall divide the vote nearly, if n*?t quite,
evenly. In Georgetown nnd Charleston,
with a full and fair vole, Chamberlain will
carry those counties by a decisive majority.
Wc cannot be defeated by fair means, and
we must not be counted out. Let every Re
publican constitute himself n supervisor of
elections and we cnnnof be beaten.
Sec to it, that tho ticket you vote has
Chamberlain, Cleaves ind Buttz heading it.
Don't vote nny other.
Frank Moses turned a complete somaicr
ect a few days ago in the matter of Com
missioners of Elections. We are sorry for
the poor fellow. He always tried to do
right ? towards himself.
JudKcMueltcy on Curpct-Baff
Tho inimitable Judge Maekcy mile a
speech nt Spaptanburg U12 other day.
Below wc give his views of South Caroli
nians, carpet-baggers and the ''indisposed"
candidate of the Independents: lie said:
When South Carolina seceded and became
a sovereign Slnte, she sent to Ohio for Gen.
Ripley to tako command af her forts; that
tho first gun fired upon Fort Sumter was
fivod by a Northern man: that when wc
needed a man to make our cannon and
our bombshells, wo wont to the North to
find him: that when wo required a general to
tftko commnnd of coast lino of our defenses,
wo Bent to the North to get him, that when
tho Confederacy was formed wo-cont to
Pennsylvania for Gen. Cooper to organize
our armies; and that when we desire 1
to, fortify and defend Now Orleans;
tho key of our Mississippi valloy, wo entrus
ted it to tho hands of Gen. Lov jll, from Now
York. "But," said he, "gentlemen, they
wore not culled curpct baggers then?they
wcro in tho interest of treason; t hey aro
now in the interest of loyalty.
He then procooded to demolish the "bolt
ing'* candidates and tho leaders of tho her
maphroditic combination know n as tho in
dopendent rspublicun party.
He said that thoy clatinc 1 to be true and
tried republicans, bat that while htrttid n ot
think them true, from the fact of thjolr bol t
ing from tho rcgulnr nomination) (J o was
bound to admit that .they woro tirio l nnd
tho most of them convicted. Ho then re
viewed tho political history of Judge 0 reen,
following him ns a sooes3ioaist inJtS'i'J, a
calculator of safo distances from1 cannon
balls in '02, an advocate of tho "Ilia ok Cod
in 'tili, n candidate for judge in '(J7, an as
pirant for gubernatorial honors in .tho reg
ular convention at Columbia in* last Sop-'
tembor, the nominee of the bolters' conven
tion a few weeks afterwards, and-, the gen
tleman in a slate of decent intoxication at
his home inSuator to day.
Republicans, bowaro, next Tins lay, you
hold your own in this Stato, or lose your
rights forever. Voto tin straight Republi
Eohnrd's mammoth l'botogruph Canopy
has just arrived in town. Give him a call.
ESuiti- and Rlnckcy nf Miming.
ClMltLKSTOX, S, C, October 21, 1871.
To the Editor of Charleston Chronicle;
As truth is mighty nnd willy prevail, we
desire to make a few statements in your val
uable journal for the purpose of refuting an
article appearing in tlie News and Courier
to day. A correspondent writing from Man
nlng, over tho Big iiituro of Nemo, would
have the renders believe that all is gold
that glitters and thai all Is truth that ap
pears in the print of the Ncwti nnd Caurior,
Wc desire to sny that it is absolutely false
that Mr Maekey knocked Mr. Uuttz down
und kicked hint out of a room at Manning
on the 17th. As wo were eyo-witnesocs,
we know the whole truth of the matter,
which is, that while E. W. M. Muckey was
speaking Buttz remarked that the state
ments of Maekey were false?whereupon
Maekey struck at Uuttz, which was dodged
by Uuttz, who quickly returned tho intcn
ded compliment by administering to Maek
ey, two severe slaps on tho head, which de
prived him oi" his artificial sight. Maekey
then drew out his revolver, but two well di
rected kicks from Ruttz caused Maekey to
let fall his pistol, and but for Buttz's nu
merous friends dragging Mackey fron H?ttz
he, Maekey, would have been badly used or
brought to town a corpse. The whole affair
was then quieted down, Uuttz taking posses
sion of the speaker's stand, Mickey having
locked himself up in a room with some of
his Democratic friends.
The summing up of the atTnir was, (be
meeting unanimously endorsed Chamber
Iain, Glcavcs and Buttz, and Maekey had to
collie home minus his spectacles anil pistol.
Isaac 11. Kivr.ns,
J. W. Sawykii,
leave your orders at E^iiard's for views
of your residences.
The song the Gr eon it es will sine; after the
third day of November i
Dear Johnny's pone, he could not stay.*
On heavenly meads he browso.l,
And now we sadly put away
His liiilo checkered troutors.
_ in? mm ? * > ?i ?
Stand by the ballot box until tho last vote
at your poll is doposilod and CiHil'.ed. Then
keep a list of votes polled thai you can swoit r
Echard makes largo pictures in R x 10
frames for $2q00, r.nd lorger size if desired.
No Democrat tic Ticket in the
To the Public.
We having heard from a reliable source
that our names, as well as those J of other
gentlemen, are being nsc.i by tho Republi
cans of this county opposed to lonct Gov
ernment, to defeat the election or the "Peo
ples Republican Ticket," beg lenve to sny for
turerlvi'S that we positively dtclino tobe
candidates for any office whatever, an 1 ^feel
tluit we can sny the same for the other par
ties?wo all feeling that it is tot the duly
of any good citizen to impe lein any way
tho prospect for the establishment of lion
Cfcty and reform once more in our Sjate.
JAMES T. IZLAR,
LAWRENCE R. RF.CKWITH.
Ornngcburg Oct. 2'.Uh 1874.
Editor Neva :
Understanding that my name has been
placed on some of tho Tickets for oaioe, I
desire to state that I am not a candidate,
nnd 1 hope my Conservative fricads will
prove the sincerity of their dos'.re for re
form by supporting the most acceptable of
the Republicans already nominated.
Stilts R. Mki.liimiaxip.
(mANuF.nvno, 8. C.,
Oct., 30th 1874.
Editor Orangeburg Nevs:
My name having linen plaood, without my
knowledge, upon a l ogos ticket for Coroner,
I hereby repudiate, not ilio gentlcitenitipon
it, but the design of those who seem to wish
to delard tho efforts of ray fellow circus In
bringing about a better governincg. 1 am
W. A. MEROKEY.
Shibboleth Lodge, No. 28 A.F. M.
The regular coiiimucation of this Lodge,
will bo held at Masonic , Hall, on luosduy
evening, November 3d 1871 at half p.. i sev
en o'clock. Brethren will lake ?luen?tico
and govern themselves accordingly.
By order of the W. M.
Freier . F?. Dibbl,,
Daniel H. Chamberlain
R. H. Gleaves.
C. W. Buttz.
E I CAIN
For Probate Judge
T K SASPORTAS
For House of Iiepresentaliues
\V II REED IS II
C W CALDWELL
SII A I)RICK MORGAN.
For County Commissioner
J P MAYS
F E .JOHNSON
JOHN II PHILLIPS
For School Co)ntnir.sio}ier
V R McKIN LAY
J II FOR Dil A.M.
c. . '. 1 . . . ? s 1_
OFFICE OF COMMISSIONERS OF ELEC
T10N FOR THE COUNTY OF
Orakoeuuiki, S. C,
October 21, 1874.
At a meeting of tbc Comniissionors of
Election, held as above, it was,
Resolved, That a rolling Precinct lie es
tablished at E. Valentine Snell'a Store, on
the Five Notch Bond, ahout eleven miles
from Orangcburg Court House, to be called
And Ilia following persons were appoint
ed Malingers of Election, to wit :
AVINGER'S?A P Avinger, Hercules
Richardson, January McNeil.
LOOKHART'S?Hnrnsan Rush, Wm Paul
ling, Abrnni Mingo.
BROWN'S?Hot mt Livingston, Frank
Jamison, J 1) .lone.-.
BULL SWAMP?1 E Knotty, Rufus Whet
stone, Joseph Bush.
BRANCH Vll.l E?Dr OH Ott.Cniolinn
Thomms, Henry Itiley.
ort Washington, Alexander Brown.
CEDAR GROVE?II It Jennings, Allen
Drown, June Antly.
CLUB HOUSE?Dr T K Keller, A C Wil
l'ams, (?Co G reo no.
EASTERLIES?W A Enstcrlin, EmnhueC
Pou, John Mitchell.
ELLIOTT S?Peter M Houscr, D J C
Knight, Caleb Guignnrd.
rCRT MOTTE? Daniel Zimmerman, John
G Duncan, Joseph Stuart.
FCGLE'S?John W Mack, Adam Fludtl,
J M Brown.
FOL RES' CIIAPEI_E J Frederick
Frank ('urn, Cburies Corlcy.
1F.J.I ER'S ? David L Connor, Henry
1 hillips, Cupid (Mover.
GRIFFIN'S?James A Fehler, Solomon
Felder, William Fair.
GLEATON'F?Martin Livingston, Garret
Hlooiu. Rufus Pou.
JAMISON'S?Dr A J Horger, Taul Govan,
LEWLSV1LLE?Dr VY W Wannnmakcr, P
M General, l'hillip Smith.
ORANGEBURG?T G Albergotli, Abram
Martin, John M Thompson.
ROWE'S PUMP?Dr ON Bowman, James
Melvin, W C Rives.
SN ELL'S?Absalom M Fncll.W B Logan,
WASHINGTON SEMINARY ? Hugo G
Sheridan, Milliard Hnnton, Earl McCord.
ZElGLER'S?Thomas W Oliver, Peter
Glinhbn, Israel MeGowan.
NOTICE?Is hereby given that "Washing
ton Seminary" Pull is removed from the old
Seminary to Morgan T. Shumaker'fl store.
And that Orangcburg poll will bo open al
the Elliott Hook and Ladder Truck Houso,
on Market Street.
And that tho Ronrd of Commissioners of
Election will meet at tho Equity Room of
the Clerk's oltice, on Wednesday, Novombor
4th, 1874, at ten A. M., to recievc tho boxes
from Managers of Elections, and will con
tinue its Session, with such recesses as
may be expedient, until the boxes are all
received, during the time prescribed by
law. Managers are requested to call at the
Clerk's Office fo qualify and receive pol'
lists, Ballot Boxes nnd copies of Election
SAMUEL DIBBLE, Chairman.
R. R. DUNCAN,
T. C. HUBBELL,
Commissioners of Election for
Orangcburg County, 8. C.
C. WEST &SONSr
THE RUST OIL IN USE.
Warranted 150 Dfgrees Fire Test.
WATER WHITE IN COLOR.
And it Will Not Explode.
It burns in all Coal Oil and KcrcscneLamps.
TRY IT. Aok for "Aladdin Security,'
and take no other.
C. WEST & SONS,
118 nnd 115 W. Lombard St.,
oct 24?24 Baltimore, Md.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,')
Executive Department. >
Columbia, S. C, October 29, 1874. J
In ptirsunnce of an Act of the General
Assembly, approved March 1 st, 1870, on
t it led "An Act providing for tho General
Election and the manner of conducting die
same," amended by an Act op}>rovcd March
12, 1872, an Election will be held in ihe
several counties of this State, on TUES
DAY, tho Third Day of November, cightoen
hundred and seventy-four, for the following
State, Legislative, County and Congression
al officers, to serve for the next two and
four y ears, ns provided by the State Consti
tution, the Statutes of the State, nnd tho
Acts of the Congress of the United States,
to-wil: Governor, Lieutenant Governor,
Members of tho General Assembly, School
Commissioners, County Commissioners, and
I'robate Judges in the several oouatics, to
gether with ono Member of Congress for
each Congressional District in the Slate.
Also, for one Representative in the Forty
third Congress from the Third Congression
al District in the Slate, to serve as such
member until the fourth of March, eighteen
hundred and Bcvonty-fivc, to till the vacancy
occasioned by the resignation of the Honor
able Robert fi. Elliott, hue member of Con
gross from the said district. Abo, foi such
County Officers?Clerks, Sheriffs, &c?as
are required to fill vacancies existing in
certain counties. At the said election the
following amendments to tho S: ate Consti
tution waill be submitted to tho voters of the
Stale for ratification or rejection, to-wit:
First.?Amendment relating to the bound
ary line of I'iekcns and Oconee Counties, ns
follows : '-That section three, of Article two
of the Constitution of the State bo amended
by striking ou? the words "White Water
River" in ihe fifth line of said section, and
inserting in the place thereof the words
The manner of voting on this amendment
shall be ns follows: i hose in favor of the
amendment shall deposit a ballot with the
following words written or printed thereon :
"Constitutional Amoudmou t; Yts." Those
opposed to said amendment shall deposit a
ballot with the following words written or
printed thereon : "Constitutional Amend
Second.?Amendment relative to the terms
of office, of Comptroller General, Adjutant
and Inspector General, Secretary of State,
Treasurer, Attorney General and Superin
tendent of Education; to .vil ; "Strike out
of section twenty-throe of Article throe, the
word "Four," occurring in the third line,
and insert the word "Two," so tli.it ihe sec
tion of the constitution will read when
amended as follows*! "Section twenty-three,
There shall Ua elected by the qualified
voters of the State a Comptroller General,
Secretary of Stale, Treasurer, Attorney
General, Adjutant un I Inspector (Jeuer.il
nnd Superintendent o* Education, who shall
hold lheir respective olliooi for ihe term of
I wo year;? ami WliOSO duties and compensa
tion shall be prescribed by law."
The manner o? vo?"iivg on this amendment
shall be as follows: Those ?V favor of the
niyun.linnnl u-ill ll.nnft?i( li ha lint u-llll tili?
following words written or printed thereon:
"Constitutional Amendment; Ves."
Those opposed lb said amendment shall
depo-ii a ballot with the following words
printed or written thereon. "Constitution il
Third. ? Amendment relative to the in
crease of the debt of counties, cities and
tow ns, lo wit : "Article XVII, The General
Assembly shall nil nuthorizi any county,
city, town or village, tj become, a stock
holder in, or to loan its credit to any comp
any, nssociation or corporation, for any
amount in exoess of five por ccntuai of the
assessed value of the taxable property of
such county, oity, town or village, without
the approval of a majority of jlhc legal
voters of such county, ciiy, town or village,
expressed at an election duly held accord
ing to law."
The manner of voting on this amendment
shall be as follows, to wit: Those in favor
of said amendment shall deposit a ballot
with the following words printed or written
thereon: "Constitutional Amendment,
Article XV.II; Yes." Those opposed to snid
amendment shall east a ballot with the fol
lowing words printed or written thereon :
??Constitutional Amendment, Article XVII;
All bar-rooms nnd drinking saloons shall
be closed on thu day of election, and any
person shall sell any intoxicating drinks on
the day ot election, shall be, under the law,
deemed guilty of a misdeiu canor, und on
conviction thereof, will be fined in a sum
not less than ono hundred dollars, or bo
imprisoned for a period not loss than ono or
more than six mouths.
The Commissioners and Mnnngcrs of Elec
tion, nil ami each of them, are hereby re
quired, with strict regard to tho provisions
of the constitution an I laws of tho State,
touching their duty in such cnsjsjhto.cause '
such elections to be held in thoif respoctivo
counties on the day aforesaid, nnd to tnke
all necessary steps tor holding of such elec
tions and for the ascertaining and deter
mining of the pcrsous wdio shall havo been
duly elected thereat, according to the nils,
principles and provisions proscribed by tho
Act and the amendment to the Act nforsnid.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto
subscribed my mime, nnd caused tho Great
Seal of the Stato to be pffixed, at Columbia,
this twenty eighth day of October, A D.
187-1, and in tho ninety-ninth y?nr of tho
Independence of the United States of Amer
By the Governor:
[seal.] F. j MOSES, Jn.
Henry E. Hayne, Secretary of State.
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONKRS,
Orani-.eiicna S. C. Oct. 10th 1874.
Notico is hcroby given that the annutl
meeting of tho Board of County Commiss
ioners will meet nt their office on tho second
Thursday of November, 1874, at whioh timo
tho claims against tho County will bo
All persons aro horcby notified to hand in
their claims to tho Clerk of said Board on
or beforo tho sooond Thursday of Novombor
1874, othorwiso said claims will not bo
Andited at said Annual meeting.
By Ordor ef >ho Board,
E. R. SMOAKE,
oct. 17 1871 Gt
WILL BEGIN ON
Tuesday Nov. 3d 12 Iff.
AND CONTINUE TILL
Friday, N v. 6th 5 P. M.
ADMISSION 50 cents each day.
Children under 12 years.half price.
Exhibitor's Tickets whole Fair $1.
TOURNAMENT 21 Day.
BASE B ILL 3d Day. 1
DISTRIBUTION of PREMIUMS 4th
annual address 3d day
MAJOR T. W. WOODWARD,
President of the
STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.
An Address on some Agricultural subject
will be dolivered on Friday morning Nor.
Gth, at 10 o'clock, by DU. W. D. WAMER,
of Charleston, S. C.
Persons wishing to ENTER STOCK wtl
aid the Directors by applying to the Secre
tary and selecting their Stalls or Pens.
ARRANGEMENTS have been made with
the South Carol inn Railroad, for the Trans
portation of Articles and Animals for Ex
hibition for ONE CHARGE of Freight.
Visitor* will get EXCURSION TICKETS
for the Week.
Full BRASS BAND in attendance.
For further porticulars, see Pamphlet,
which can he obtained of
Secretary and Treaturer.
Dr to either of tho
Dn. W. F. BARTON,
L. R. BECKWlfJl,
Cai-t. F. II. \Y. Rlft-J 1M KSSf
J. G. WANN A MAKER,
M. J. KELLKlt,
O. B. RILEY.
oct 17 1874 at
Land for Sale.
a isargain.?About lOOOncrcsof
LAND in Middle Township, wall settled.
Gin House with Gin nnd Grist Mill. Black,
smith Shop and Tools. In ono parcel at
at $u.25 per acre. Terms ensy.
Form on Old Orangcburg Road, 7 miles
from town.?250 acres. Price $1&75. Well
settled. Terms easy.
One Store and Lot in Orangeburg.
One Building Lot on Russell Street.
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
Attorney at Law,
sept 17?tf Orangeburg, 8. C.
By virtue of Sundry Executions to me di
rected, I will sell to the highest bidder, at
Orangeburg CkH., on the FIRST MON
DAY in November next, FOR CASH, al
t he Right, Title and Interest of the Defend
ants in tho following Property, viz:
All the tract of land containing 100 ocrs
more or less, in Orangeburg County, bound
ed by lands of L. P. Collier. Estate of
Fed. Folder nnd J. J. Stroman. Levied on
as tho property of A. M. Sncll at tho suit of
ShorifTB Offioe, ) E. I. CAIN,
Orangcburg C. H. 8. C, [ S. O. C.
Oct. 17th, 1874. J
oot. 17. ? 3t
FOR SALE ~~
That fino two story STORE and LOT ea
Church Street, lately occupied by tho
Citizens Savings Bank and Mr. Kirk'
Robinson, fronting Court House Square:
Terms reasonable. Apply to
JOHN D. STROMAN Esq., or to
IZLAlt & DIBBLE.
Orangeburg 8. C.
oct. 10 1874 8m.
OnANasnuna S. C, Ootober 8th 1874.
Notice is hereby given that tho Board of
Trustees for Orango School District have
decided to open on the first Monday hi'
November next. Ono First class, and one
sicond class School for white children and.
one , First class and one second class school
forcolorod children in tho Town of Orangc
burg. Teachers for these Sahoola will as
directed general notice U teacher*.
THAD C. ANDREWS,
V. D. BOWMAN,
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