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L O C A L .
J. FELDER MEYERS, Assistant Editor.
SATURDAY, NOV. 7, 1S74.
Silvano io coining.
Tho following is tho result of tho election
from Beventeen precincts, there being si x
yet to bo hoard from, which will ad I thr.se
or four hundred to the majorities of Mr.
Cbaniborlsili and Mnj. Ihiittx':
I). II. Chamberlain,. 81?2
J. T. ?rcen. lf?72
11 Chamberlain's mnj. 1,010
roll LIEt'T. UOVEKXOlt.
It. It. Gloavcs, ....i.. 8?40
M. Delaney. 1310
Gloavcs' maj. l,f>tM
C. \Y. Butty. . 80-'l
E. W. M. Mackey . I?0U
Buttz' maj. 1,4? 0
roll HOfSK or IIKI'llkSKNTATIVKS
* S. L. Duncan . 4,81?
* C. R. Caldwcll . 2.000
* \Y. II. Bcodisli . 'l.WM
* Shadrick Morgan . 2,830
* Anron Simmons. 2,81?
J. II. Livingston . 2,184
Paul Jones. 2,103
Ellis Forest . U.liVJ
F. \V. William's . 2.101
A. B. Kiiowilon.s. J,T8?
* .T. K. Sasporlas . 1,780
C. B. <i*ov?er. ?2
fan school commissi ox Kit
Thomas Phillips. 2,532
* F. ?. McKinlny. 2,125
for COt'XTY COMMISSIONERS
* J. P. Mays. 2,380
* John II. Phillips . 2.3J8
*F. B. Johnson. 2.288
F. W. Fairy . 2,22.1
Rir'us F-c Mit? . 2,100
Jacob Dupout . 2.171.
Tho asterisks shows those regularly nomi
Orangeburg has given her fall Republican
majority compared with former elections.
Silvaiio'." combination is no humbug.
The following is the result of the election
nt this (Jt>ran?o) Precinct :
rhnmberhiin. 820; tileav.'s, .lot: Or e'en.
418; Delnney, 3'J0; BilUx, lOOj M ic'j -y,
411; Smith, S72; Carpenter, (823; Duncan.
868; Caldwell, 48?; Reo-lish, 43J; M?irgiu.
438; Simmons, 404; Cain, 8tl"; Sit spurt us,
It'.'O; Knowlloti, ol.".; McKinley. 40.); Phil
lips, 400; Mays, 480;^Johnson, 44Fairry,
503; Felder, 401; Dnpont, -10:1; QhiVlips.
4i58; Fordhain, 830; Forrest, 472; Jones.
408; Livingston, i'.i'r, Williams, 171.
Be sure and see Silvano.
THE HES'P AND LARGEST?
For 80 years the name of John Robinson
hns been a household word. lie will shoit
ly bo with us again with his great show?
in the Circus ore over 100 artists?among
who tn is ^Jlofnton \hf Geeat, Sttchney the wn
ricaled. Kelly the nnrnuallrd, while Emma
J.ahe, tho greatest of living Et|Uesl riennes,
is at the head of the female attaches. But
why ?peak of tho Circus, when the Mena
gerie is the feature of features. Here, in
addition to 80 cages, are the Monster Sat
J/icns, the Hnye Jiltinoeeros. the porforniing
Elephants, 1 lic^ pair ~of Living Giraffe*, ^he
Giant Ottriehet, tho Herd* o/ itufftxlo, the
Three-Homed Sarerd Cattle; and remember,
nil can lie'scwi for one price
The Big Show exhibits at Orangcburg
Wednesday Decemlier *2d. Everybody gel
ready to see tho Croat World's Fair of
Silvano is the pco pie's favorite.
OrncB or thf. OaASoi:nnuo News,
November, Oth 1871.
COTTON~SaloB during the week 0 55
bale a. Wc quote ?
Ordinary, to Good Ordinary,... 12f<ol3
Low Middling. 12Af7j)
Rnvaii Rice.$1.40 per .umbel
Corn.$1.00 per bushel.'
Cow Peas..'. .. 00 to 1.10 per bus! el
Pixi>xns.,~.. 1.16 per bush d.
YaluaMe Plantation for
Tor Bale the PLANTATION below Bowe s
Pump, on the River Road, known as the
HILL PLACE, containing five hundred nnd
thirty-six nrres. On tho place there is a
good DWELLING HOUSE, with necessary
Terms mnde easy.
Aj'ply to the undersigned on the place or
fcy letter addressed to Rowc's Pump, S. C.
oct 3?If. . * LAR
Land for Sale.
A OAKCJAIi*.?About 1000 soroi of
LAND in Middle Township, well settled.
Gin IIouso with Gin end Grist Mill. Black
smith Shop and Tools. In one parcel at
at $8,26 per acre. Terms easy.
Farm on Old Ornngeburg Bond, 7 miles
from town?2f>0 acres. Trice $1575; Well
sei I led. Terms easy.
One Store and Lot in Orangsburg.
One Building Lot on llusscll Street.
AUG. B, KNOWLTON,
Allornry at Law,
sept 17?If Orangeburg, S. C.
OFFICK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
Oranukruro Cous rv,
Ouaxukruru S. C. Oct. 10th It<7t.
Notice is hereby given that the *-in?i?1
meeting of the Board of County Commiss
ioners will meet at their office on tho second
Thursday of November, 1874, at which time
the claims against the County vill be
All persons are hereby no i.red to hand in
their claims to the Clerk of said Hoard on
or before the second Th?rs lay of N'ovembur
187-1, otherwise sail claims wilt not be
Audited at said Annual meeting.
By Order of the Hoard,
B. ii. S.MOA K H,
oct, 17 is? I ."it
TO TISE AFFTIGTEO
Bantowi.ks CoM.itos, Co., S. C.
duly. 'JTth, 1871.
I ilo hereby certify that I have been
afflicted for the past live years with a
Cancer covering the entire upper. Lip. 1 tried
every remedy that 1 could hear of, besides
placing myself under the treatment of
distinguished Physicians, without even
retarding its progress.
Dr. T. K. M A LONE, of Os-nng -burg. S. <'.
after thirty days treatment, tinnie an abso
lute, cure, haven taking it oat by 'he roots,
without tin; use of the kir.fe.
.?. W. DAVIS.
Mr. 3. W. Davis is a D'cui in our C itnvli
stil we tho undersigned know the above
facts to be true.
Respect fully Stc.
Rev .1. W. V. LLSEY,
*' W. It. HYATT,
S. W. At IK 11RM VN,
S. N-. CARROLL.
Pastors iihd members of the Collet011
aug S tf
iik: t. hkkyyick lkuake,
<;rsu!r.;!le BTalf imose College ?1*
t Fnci: ovr.B store j. a. Hamilton.
July 4 1874 W
It. F. Mt'CKEXFiJSN, IVciitiMl,
Of CHARLLSTON, can be foult I at his
OFFICE above Captain BiilOC
MANN'S STOBK, on Iltis
References?Bits. .1. P. Patrick, R. a.
MtiKt.Miss. A. P. l*Kl.r.KR. M. P., and
Messrs. Pkkzkr, Roimjkiis & (Jo.
juiie Ii 1874 tf
The I'NDHPS ION HI) lakes plcnsuio in
announcing to his many friends and patrons
thai he has PERMANENTLY LOCATED at
ORANGKHUUt; C. II.
Whi te he will devote bis entire TIME
from every Monday until Friday uoon, to
PI? ACTIO K 0V PENISTttY
in all its Departmoms.
Perfect satisfaction ^guaranteed in
nil Operations entrusted to his care.
Charges MODERATE. He will bo-found
at Dr. Fersaer's Old Stand.
Very respectfully, I
a. m. SNIDER, D. S.
may '.? ly
A LA W FI KM.
SUM BERT & FORDHAM,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
A T Ii A W .
OFFICK COURT HOUSE,
mar 1 1 tf
HASOPANED a SHOP at Bigg's Old Prick
Store tor the purpose of Repairing Watches
and Clocks. His work is guaranteed to
give sat infliction or no pay required, lie
?vill be glad to serve his old customers and
tiic public generally. Prices moderate,
mnv 2 ?111 1874
A GOOD PLANTATION in Middle Town
ship. 400 acres Finely SE FT LB D. Home
and Outbuildings all new. All under Good
Fence- Plenty of Fruit Trees. Pi-ice
s^'OHO?half cn'sh. A BARGAIN.
Also 180acres in same township. Saw Mill
House, Gilt and OHst-Mill. Never Failing
Stream. Good for 300 bushels toll Corn and
??to 8 bales toll Cotton per year. $800?
Also U00 acres in Charleston County, $:i
Also ?00 ncres in this county. Pino bind,
well watered, $2 per acre. Apply to
A. B. KNOWLTON,
Ornngeburg C. IL, S. C.
mur 14 tf
Positively the Only Large SIioa^ that will Exhibit in
DURING TUB TRAVELING SEASON OF 1371.
Wednesday December 2d.
OLD JOHN ROBINSON'!
INDISPUTABLY THE LARGEST EXPOSITION IX Till-] WOULD"
THOUSANDS OF LIVINO ANIMALS.
MVlllADS Of Itlltns, COLON I HS OF MONKKYS,
SCHOOIS (>F AMPHIBIA, Mil.KS OF REPTILES
N?.' Impossibilities Promisosl; wc guarantee t<> Exhibit all wo Represent
( 1 E MATCHLESS OIIOANI/.ATION Embraces the Largest ami mo I Complete
enagerie, Aviary and Aquarium
IN Till- WORLD, CONTAINING LIVING SPKCIMHNS OF OUR
C I US ATOR'S G I \ K A.T 1IANDIWOEK,
" Tlti-ii watt in fico mill lint, nii.'-i .Y-iii/i iitln the At'/.',
Tin' h:ah: ami th? fi'intile as Gatl had coMmamletl Xoah."
Among which are Hie rolWuiitg Spacml Noro'iliei ??, w ? ?
MONHY WILL RH R HF UND KD.
L i"i:"?;t, or the
MARK WELL THESE LINES.
Wo will EXHIBIT al eacli Place llic GRHAT SHOW \i-':is
A Herd tf Living Giraffes, Costing $62.000 in gold!
A BLACK SUM ATRAN RII1NOCF.ROS!
THE LARGEST PERFORMING HI.HPH ANT IN AMERICA.
A GIANT OSTRICH, 12 FHHT HIGH.
MONSTER SKA LYONS.
A :> Horned mid it l?jc<l ISciviiic from Jlic Holy Hvaiul,
TIIK ONLV ONE EVER HNIIIP.ITKD.
Embracing over 100 STAR ARTISTS, TWO MAMMOTH HANDS? 10 MUSICIANS.
Gorgeous Street Display?Fl ueai in the World!
DOORS OPEN AT VIM) AND G:30 P. M.
OUANUDliUlU!, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2d, 1871.
IiV BUYING YOUR
Groceries, Liquors and Segars
C. D. KORTJOHN
I I A Z171 TT & CO.'S
??HYGIENIC TOMC RITTERS." Its ingredients uro strictly VEGETABLE, and as
prescribed l?y nil ? -? 111 ntcd IMiysiciuns in their practice.
C- ID. KOKTJOHN.
WHETHER reu are OUR REGULAR CUSTOMER or not
THEODQBE EOHH & BEOTHEE
ASK von t.. EX VMINE their
NO TROUBLE lo SHOW our GOODS.
Y<iu will ho TEMPTED, you WILL HUV, unless you entt resist everything. You will
n i be importuned to Iniy. You will be Ireitc I COURTEOUS LY and shown FREELY. Yt'o
arc very anxious to part with numerous
In DRESS HOODS, WOOLEN GOODS, kc., &c, which will he round on examination
lo present as MANY CLAIMS TO OHEXPX.SSS as any similar govfcSOLI) HEllfS.
SHAWLS, SCARFS and TIES in endless variety of nil OKA DES and PRICES. Resides
in every respect the Largest stock of
iVo.tIJK.NTIC and STA 1*1 j I'. <iOi)I>S in any House in Orangeburg.
Those in need of CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS will find the assortment
and the LOWEST PRICES at
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
KIKIBT.S !?We sell the Celebrated BURI.OCKS DIAMOND SHIRT, the brand
of tthieh is loo well known to need auv Special mention. Measures taken for Shirts and
We have now on hand one of the mosi EXTENSIVE STOCKS of BOOTS a lid
SlIOI'S iu 'his Market, nil 1 guaraut io lo SELL as LOW as any house in town.
The must STYLISH HATS constantly on litul and NEW ONES coming.
We receive FRESH GOODS and BARGAINS daily from the best markets, so when in
town, ? r desirous of purchasing, don't tail lo call on
THEODORE KON & BROTHER.
W| TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO OUR PATRONS und the PUBLIC
generally that wc have increased our
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE,
And having rented the STORE of Mr. .!. P. II ARLE Y, nt the Corner of Russell and
I'.i on; I ton Stiecis. we are now p'repnred ta servo you at either Store.
Mr. .1. W. MOSELEY will continue the Business nt our OLD STAND, Corner Russell
and M irket Streets.
Mr. ROBERT COPES takes charge <d tho NEW STORE, where will be found at
lillm place, a well selected stuck of GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Thanking you for your former patronage vvu respectfully solicit a ccatinuauca or
J. \V. MOSELEY. ROBERT COPES
sept 17 1*71 tf
ht E W G GODS
S. B. Fliutr,
sih er drip Syruj
('mi ti sh.
i,? i}i.*?3'r ijp i vtio ..??
M a ecu von i,
Sa r l ines,
?? Lobst eis,
II <uri nn'.
WINES. LIB FOILS. SUGARS and TOBACCO of the Best Brands. All of wliioh I
'uainnlce ^ Hi | itmeloih in quality and price.
II USH EST ASM PRICKS given for all Country Produce
AT W. T, MULLER'S OLD STAND,
SOI.Di El S n ay be staiionnl In re lo gu ird the lives of the "truly loll," but that will
not pern i: nie from selling all Kinds of GROCERIES and LIQUORS at figures to suit tho
miser that would sell his soul f or two dollars.
MAY ron e among us, but I II guarantee as soon as they make one purchase at my
('HEAP STORE on the East Coiner of Meroney's Lot,
IN ORANGEBURG VILLAGE
'Mint they will ground their ana-. 1 have su h articles as Flour, Sugar, Coffee, Lirl,
Butter, Bacon, Hams, Mackerel, Cheese, Rice. &e., of ihe finest kinds. And as to my
LIQUORS ? why their Itavor nlono would entice tho veriest old bird-shell to try a "drap."
Mv Sega is are such us President Grant orders whenever his mind becomes disturbed
aver .*owili rn ill rages'. They bring rpiiel the tune. In a word, 1 have a STOCK of
Hlorn lies. Liquors, Sugars au I Tobaccos that have astoiiicliod the natives. Let one and
all give me a call, at my M'<> STOKE on Meroney's Lot, where that indefatigablo gen
111-itiitii himself, and Johnny (his big boy) will bo found at all times ready to give GOOD
BARGAINS. And as for me, why?well, the buys know how it is themselves.
Gr, Wt BAXTER,
FRONT MERONEY'S HOTEL.
MY ENTIRE STOCK OF
All of whic arc at PRICES
Coll and cxciniiio.
MUCH LOWER THAN LAST YE/?R