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THE OEANGEBUEG- NEWS
" THAp. C. ANDREWS, Edlt?>;
OKOE?E ICOr.-i VKSi,
Financial ixu Vusikkss Masackk.
Ofllcial l**i?i>cv <. J* 11 so State ami
iti' Oiwzigclmrg C'owniy.
1ffir?'UE OR. 1 NGEIS UR 0 NEWS If AS
A J. ARGE It CIRCULATION THAN
ANY OTHER frAPER IN THE COUN
?pr?y-? - r Z~~-~- .". ' . ; .'. ' "... ..? -?
rSlrijSday, nov. n, is; i.
?Citl r I T5ie ^copies' TiCki'l.
f' jrjljbjrojlial.tucccss which the Peoples'
Ticket met with in this comity will have its
effect* for gnoil hereafter'. In (ho Ural place
the colored pteple have had demonstrated
to ihun, that w hen the white conserviitiycs
piake a rroiuisein good faith they will not
_ go bach nj on it. In the second place, it
CBj\tliihcg the fact that the two races *b.in
# I it ! ?
wc-ikin harmony together an 1 for the ulti
mate benefit of bosh. That the voters of this
county will no longer bo lb 1 wildly by the
hose, has, too, been placed beyond pcrad
vjepjurc by ihc result of the recent contest
for.good government. It will require some
thing more hereafter to j^e' office iu this
county than the mere lnblo "It sgulir" on a
Candidate's, batik. A f w iu n liiay get to
gether, plan as lo who shall ho president of
tic convention, v. hnl n.en t had be placed on
credentials, and what delegates shall he
ijfjpt'ited upon, as being entitled lo seats,
but let the work of ihe 8rd day of this
month teach eucIi men that the ; coplo have
n sharpcyo upon then, an ! that in all m.-.t
tors, pertaining lo their iat irosts i'i sy will
ha\ot/ifir say at the ballot 1 no matter
vv'linl conventions n ay do, Wo have hither?
to refrained from saying anything a.rain-t
the organisation and couducJ of the late lle
publican Convention whieh riit in nomuta
tkn ll;c Eor.tilarTicket. Thai it was not
lTiTubliean in spirit, r.n i d! 1 n it, from the
byginuing intend to give the people a fair
blowing, we knew soon alter its organiza
tion'. And we knew, l< o, Ih it the tickel
lec'.cd by it would ::.it receive the popular
yelp.. This paper las .been Republican all
tho time under its present management.
Wc have fried through its col ;;:a::s to keep
irduil cur ]"city organization, mid have at
times refrained from censuring men and
meafufes bee ause of a lio:)i' that time would
right things. Wo Iiavc been deceived. And
when it was expected of us that we would
advocate the Regular ticket, simply because
it wns <:i egulr.r," our Hei;<-.n; r;f duly to the ?
pccplo, r.nd id ourselves, interpose 1 between
cur love of pr.rty at d oi r cauception of that
which wc ewed to our eon: ty, and determin
ed us to go en the side of the latter. It was
ri.ii.fu1, ii tltcdj for us 16 n nki up our minds
to refuse to put up at (bo head of our col
umns the Republican'ticket; but it would
hnvfl^bcen lr.ere painful for us to have for
gotten, as public journalists, all decency,
and aligned ourselves on the ei !c ant ig mi<
lic to tho while interest of the county which
gnve us birth. And it shall bo so w'.tli u *
egain, if cur Republican Conventions do
not in the future manifest come better re
spect for the people who stay at homo.
But let us return to the Peoples1 Ticket.
Four of the candidates Upon it have been
elected. That is glory enough for one time.
'Augustus R. Knowllon, Esq., a man of
fine talent and a gentleman, has been ro
elected Probate Judge. Utj. will make as
good an officer in tho future as in (he past .
' He is a sound lawyer an 1 well q?al ified for
the position in every way.
Mr. I'. E. Jones, an upright and iuMli
gent colored man lias been elected iu the
place of Christian CaUlwcll, ami w ill w ork
in the l egislature for the good of the whole
people of the County.
P. W. Fairy, I'sq., will be our County
Commissioner in the place of Mr. .lohn II.
Phillips, As we sn; I in a previous issue,
we have known Mr. Fairy frorti childhood,
in tho days when wc could scarcely yet lisp
a lathers* name we knew him, and say from
an intimate knowledge of his life, that he is
one of the few meii whose character for
honor und truth is irrcproaehuulo. He is a
man of wealth, and it is a sound maxim thai
the individual who can lake care of his own
pifrsc, can be safely entrust od with tho
people's money. We congratulate tho County
upon his election.
The Rev. Thoa. Phillips, as school Com
missioner for two yoars to come, w ill do his
best t bleach the youthful minds of our County
the value of moral and religious truths, and
do lushest to inaugurate a bettor and more
perfect pystcm of Free SchoolB.
0r\ the whole, we have much to ho thank
ful , for. The result of the election, may bo
regarded as the prcoursor of better days, for
our whole people, in the noar future. Let
us now, one and all, hopo for the advent, o f
a now era?an era iu Which the whito man
and the black man, the Northern man and
tho Southern man, may join hand.-, agree
to lay aside the weapon of crimination and
recrimination, strilto one graud all H?de,
and hereafter present, as brothers of a com
mon country, ono solid front against tho
cnenncs of good Government.' W<f want
honesty, unity'und good feeling to prevail
in this land. Why not? Our interests are
the same. Wruppad up in ono wob of
common distiny, it is worse than useless for
us to countenance anything thnt tends to
alienate one citizen from the other. Doth
parties have grounded their arms. May they
never take theni up again, is the wish of tho
OitANtiKtii'nti News !
Death of Judge Graham.
Amidst the gcncial calmness of the politi
cal ntutosphoro, we bavo been stunned, from
an unexpected quarter, by one of those
death-notes, which are pealed at interval;:,
as front an arch-angel's Irutupol, to awaken
the soul of Iho people of a whole State.
Judge Graham,' v.ho has so long held n
place in the affect ions of those who know
him, and who so faithfully discharge I the
snored duties of his high oflicc, is laid as
soundly to rest, in the burying ground of
the fttmilj nt Marion, as the humblest citi
Ken in the land. lie, the am iahle und
dignified Judge, who presided over our
October Court, apparently iu the enjoy meat
of excellent health, and with a promise
before him of many years of happiness tu
himself and family, and of ti icftiluess to his
country, breathe I his last at his residence
iu Charleston ou tho 1st day of this mouth,
after ail illness of only three days.
He was born iu Marion County, and was
thirtv-scveh years old tit the time of his
death, lie received his education at the
South Carolina College, ami, after gradu
ating was admitted to the bar, and, prac
l.tced law :;t Ma. in until the breaking out
of (ho late war, v.ben he entered tho'Con
I'etlcratc service as colonel of the 21st South
Carolina Volunteers, with which regiment
he Mixed until the close of the war. He
wat? a brave -oilier, and was generally
liked by the nu n of his regiment. He was
wounded at Walt hall Junction, in Virginia;
but cehtinticd in the fiel I uutil the sur
render of the Confederate armies. In 180?
he was dieted to the Legislature from
Min ion Comity, an:', served until tha rejon
e(ruction nets of Congress place 1 the State
Government in tho hiiudj of the colored
people. In the Reform campaign of 1870 he
allied himself wit h the Republican party of
ibis State, and in the winter ofth.it year
was elected judge of this circuit to fill tho
vacancy occa.Vioncd by the resignation of
.Judge Carpenter. In 1872 he was rc-clce.ted
for four years, i?nd held the position at the
time of his death.
We extend to the bereaved family our
heart-felt syu pnthics. They must indeed
Buffer in tlii; their hour of sore bereave
ment. An I their hearts, though broken,
must brokenly live en.
'?There is a tear I'm- nil who die,
?V mourner o'er the humbled name:
I'll', thousands swell tlie funeral cry,
When grill's full heart is fid by fame."
The Fair Again.
There were so many attractions nt tl>J
Fair Hint we found it impossible in our last
ifsue to notice several articles, which
desi rved incntion being made of them. For
instance: There was on exhibition a model
rice beater, made by a youth of only
twelve years of ago, that displayed a great
deed of genius in the maker
l'y William Procsner a quantity of hams .
shoulders and sides, which he cured himself,
with homo tanned goat and cow skin leather,
which were especially tine.
By Miss C. -Grillin, an orphan girl and
unable to walk, a basket which was ex
My Miss Annie Stokes, a collection of
rocks front Europe, with a pcicc of the quilt
upou which Edward the II. of England, was
murdered September, 21st F'.Jl. Those
articles attracted a groat deal of notice.
By Miss Fniiie Secry, a hanging I askel
made of long cloth, of rare taste.
By Miss Ella Morrit, an infant's robe.
This was remarkable, it being mule by Miss
Merit's left hand.
By Miss Badger, a beautiful not tod table
cover, marvelous too, because of her being
almost an octagcmiiinn, already having
gone beyond her scveiitienth year.
By Miss Agnes ilcnnon, a wax cross,
flowers und paint work of rare oxoelleiio o
By Dr. W. F. Barton, the veteran I'resi
dent of the Agricultural Fair, a stuffed head
of u fux, which he captured on a clltiSO
across the briny deep; also three brushes.
Those arc evidences of the fact that tho
Doctor enjoyed his En ropcu tour. And
well did bo deserve it. Ono who spends so
much of his time in tho work of developing
tho talent, wealth and industry of uur
people, deserves such relaxation from the
monotone of a purly agricultural lite.
And now comes our good friend W. T.
Malier. There ! it wasn't him that did it
either. Mrs. M?ller had tho line coop of
spring chickens, one of goslings and ono of
light 'Drnniah fowls (pair.) Master George
Mull er had on exhibition fine bull'Bi amalis,
one rain and twq hunbos. 'flic old man is
training up his [boy after bis father's own
heart,?he is determined to make him a use
ful man, by-and-by.
Other things attracted our attention, but
>vc have not (he spaoo to denote to a notice
liotico of the, even if we were posses<od
with ? tho inclination. SulTici it to say, that
the Fair was a success.
. i I, ig?? - - ? ?
The following is tho official report of tlio
I). II. Chniiibcrliui. :iT7'J
J. T.jGreen, . 2014
Chamberlain's hirtj. 1,705
ron i.ikut. itovKBXoit.
It. 11. Gloaves. "7?.>3
M. Dclaiicy, . 1050
Butts' maj. 1,010
nut nnrsK or iiKi'it?BmW'ATivKS
? s. I.. Duncan . 5,551
? W. II. Rcedish . 3.102
' Shadrick Morgan . 1
* Aaron Simmons . 2.IM
Fills Forest .
F. \V. Willinmi.
a r. W. Ctildw? 11.
J. II. Livingston .
F.. I. Cain.
.). II. Fordliani. SjOslO
nut .'t im;;: ok 1'IIOBATIi
A. 15. Knowllon..'.. 3,?11
' T. K. Siisportas .t. 2,111
0. H. Glover. 31
Know lion's majority 1300.
foil SCHOOL COMMiSStpSKU
Thomas Phillips . 8,100
* F. It. McKinlny . 2,"8 I
l'hilii] b' uinjorit y 437.
ron county coMitissiuxmi.s
* J. P. Mays. '- '1''
* .lohn II. Phillips . 2,72?
??' F. IS. Johnson . 2,822
F. \V. Fairy. 2,051
llufits Felder. -, ?- I
Jacob Dttpout .X... 2,500
The tiBlcriaks shows thate, ad^wly nomi
Tut ;?1 vole 580D.
After the Blal?e.
We have witnes.seJ four Stale elections in
this State since the llcconatruction Acts.
After e ach of ihr three preceding tho last,
there was a greif deal of complaint and
j dissatisfaction, and-in one or two instances,
n reign o. Ku-Kluxisni. One day after it was
i known that Mr. Chamberlain was to he o ur
next Governor, the people returned to their
daily per .uli>. apparently contented with
die result. Why was this ? It could not
have been simply because they came to tho
conclusion to submit tamely to tho inevi
table decree of the ballot box. No. It win
another motive which moved them. AH
along the great mass of the voters of this
Mate, white ami Ida? k, fell that in Mr.
Chamberlain were (he el meiiis for a good
Governor. Hut, tho Xvws and Courier, Iruo
to its online:-, could not live without a
sensation, and therefore its attitude of
hostility,tnot only towards Mr. Chamberlain
luil also towards every man who dared to
exercise hi.- prerogative, ami, as a freeman,
declare his disapproval of the blind and
unprincipled Broad Street Sheet, which i->
the first paper iu this State that had tho
boldness to advocate miscegenation, .as a
mcaus of carrying out it* plain. The people
followed in its track, because they dislike I
to be abused, ndbecause ihey thought that
by tho .V.wc.t ,(/(</ Courier suffering defeat,
some of its jo ide might he taken from it.
Disassociated from its "don't cure a damn
j for principle" doctrine, and its inordinate
desire to obtain money, never mind the
means, the Lottery Dealer's organ is a gio 1
sheet to lead after one litis enteil a sound
But Mr. Chamberlain is oL'cto 1 an 1 wo
arc right gla 1 of it. The people are satisfied
that ho will make a goo I Governor, mi 1 ivj
have faith that he will redeem every
promise mule by htm iu the canvass. II j
is a man yet young iu years, with i nation 11
reputation for hon isty au I ability, au I will
not permit, himself to be drugged inta any
scheme that will tarnish his fair record. All
hail to Chamberlain!
-? . ?iinwi ? * . ?.law? .
Every day convinces us that we are (.'low
ing tld, and that our chances in the matri
menial lottery are diminishing.?Aikew
You should let them "diminish" on, friend.
You don't want a mother-in Jaw, dj yo t .'
C. W. Butt/. .
E. W. M. Mackcy .
Tho Coitgt'csatomi] Dclcgn lion
Tin! Columbia Union sums up the vole oa
CtingrcsJinoU iu this State, ami offers thoro
oii .'oino pertinent comments. It says:
Tho Congressional del'gation from this
Sta?o in t!ie next Congress "will Bland as
follows, four regular Itepublioaiis to one
Independent, probably. Kainoy, in tho
First District, ho it a Lee by from 500 to 800
majority; Mnckey, in tho ^Second, probably
bents llutlz, regular, by a small mnjoril .'.
Uogo iu tho Third defeats M iQo.v.'in by ::?
least 8,500; and Wallace outruns Kershaw
by hot loss than 2,200 votes. [,. C. Carpon
lor is sleotcd without opposition, to till the
uncxpircd term iu the Third District caused
by the resignation 2'f Hon. it. I'. Flliotl
The Democracy counted confidently upon
the Third ami Fourth ? Districts, in conse
j ituoneo of tin- supposed popularity ef JCcnu
nils Kershuvv an I McOowai ; hut in tili?
I tin y were most egrcgioiisly mistaken, as we
w ere eoti.fi lent they ivotil I he fro n t!i ? very
outset. Iu the oainpaigu "ol 1872, when ex
Governor Ferry was pittoPJagainst Wallace,
the hitter received iu the^three Itepuhlieaii J
counties wnieh wcr-e in -n, as n ?w a j p u t ol
the F until District, :5,l?21 majority while t
Governor Ferry received in the live Demo
cratic counties 2,?2? majority, leaving Mr.
Wallace a clear 1,000 majority in the"'dis
trict, without counting*, Lauren-. The same
three Itepiiblicia eo uit.es which g-ive * Wal
lace !l,(J2-l itiajority against Ferry, gave
liim this year against Kershaw, U.C2-I, or
within one vole of as much as he got two
years ago, while the Demo ratio counties
ivhieli gave Perry 2, G2? majority, now give
Kershaw nud McOowati only 2.1 To, a dif
ference of lo i vol.---, which shows very clear
ly the 'popularity' of t'iQ3e t ????.? disli ijju $h
ud gentlemen. Probably any oilier Demo
crat would h ive dev dopy.! e piaily as in ich
strength as Kershaw, an I nearly as nuieh as
M cCowaii. Thefernier even ran behind
his ticket in so a " count i s. a ?. I b it a ve.-y
little ahead iu tho other. One fuel is de u in
stratod beynu 1 ques'i?ii by this e'.e ; i in,
and that is, flint the paopii are no longer
lud by great haiuiM l) ir Demo fratiu fro; i Is
w ilt loarn this ftet as !h -y li.:o 1 > lg e i o ;h,
and profit by Ihetr bit e.- cxparlense."
The Sows atatl ('oisriur.
lias gone to lying aga'n Won .lor if it
cv. r thinks of a berc.if>ci*. So aetimes wa
think that hee iosa its junior e liter ha; a
larje fo?t,; til it tin .?*<? >? t tin ! C < tri-r is a
little to j court I 'r.t of its ho". I ?> i .' <rt < jie.it i.
We've seen tho like of you die many a time,
Captain. Conn now go to miss a id resolve
to do bet'or. Po n* Green utd Del iu iy are
hitler in their curses of yoi, ami you a'io il I \
pray for th'eir forgivchoss. Tiny siy to.
??If th >u delight i ? view thy liaiuion dee Is,
I eliohl We patro t.<i o.' l'iy hUc'ttrie. ."
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Hon. 1'. II. Chamberlain, Governor ".led,
has promised :o address the citizens of
( bar Its ton i.t an early day, v. Leu he will
foic*l:ni!ow the policy of his ndiiiinislra
t n the occas'on of his last attempt to ad
ihci-'s the people there, the hall employed
for the occriMon was (ticked ly a crow 1 of
turbulent fellows, who, acting in the inte
rest ot his o] pom tit, Kicked up such a hub
Lnb that he was pi evented froiii oxercising
ib e denn st rrivilcgo of the American citi
zen, D ee speech.
Above his nose
There is a ro3e;
DeloW that rose
There is a nose.
11 ose, nose.
Daum no e.
IIclow his chin
'1 here is a pin :
Above that pill
There is a chin.
Asmodeus according to the Hebrew, is tho
??Kin.; of the Devils." Wo don't know
whether the oi l chap ever visited these
parts or mo. hut sometimes wc kin lo' think
that his twin (brother, Itclzebuh, is her- in
the shape of human llesh. No myth, no
shado w, no undefined and immaterial w di
stance, but a n al, live, breathing, moving
piece i f humanity. So !
The following lines were oaoe iisel to ex
press one man's contempt for an >' Ii n\ 1' iey
suit sometimes now :
'?Thy love is lust, thy friendship oil a cheat,
Thy smile* hypocracy, thy words deceit :
l'?y nature vilo, entiOhbid but bj name,
Fach kindred brute alight bid til00 blush for
? ???III i . - . *ut
Tie AV* ?? ' nd d vrier is i roud of its new
political alliance. How would it li!;.- one iu
the matrimonial line .'
On and iifter tho FIRST day of FEBRUA
RY next, I will bo prepared to rccoivo
In connection with my DAY SCHOOL. I
will take eil bor BOYS or (URLS.
nov ! I oiu
'2'-<> THE AFFILIATED.
I -.- .is CURED of CANCER on tho lip by
Dr. T. K. Mnlou !.
.J. W. DAVIS,
Bniitowles, S. c.
1 -.\us cured of CANCER on the. right
ebcelc, of three years standing, by I>r. T.
R. Maiono, of Oi anijuburgj S. C.
C. R. RAST.
Si. .Matthews, S. C.
To the Ladles!
The Prettiest Mantle Orna
ment in ToWii!
A, J i N E
To be seen at the CRANGE STORE.
ONLY TWO D?LLAKS!
( : 1! ;::.?! eec it ladies an 1 genii v men,
uov i 1
W. K. GIi\
Would respectfully call p>uti< ttlar atten
tion to bis INCREASED STOUK af
CO F FEE,
Top limuerouj t.> mention:
LIQtJ1 tRS liastti'passc 1 j
SEGARS, none superior.
A fine a sortincal of PIPES, Sino.-.king
and Che,vi i? L'uUA .*C;).
By vi.tuo of nn (fit r of tho Probate
Court 1 will s 11 at thi bite reddence of
Luuanda E. I'erlong, rice-in el. in Orange-.
b:rr t'oilliiy, <? i I'te-liy. I'l ? t: I day of
December iic.xl, thn personal property of
said deceits d, consisting of ''n't :c. t|orri,
Fodder, Pen?, lloiiacliol I and ICtjltcu Fur
niture. \c. Teiles e.i sh.
EPHRALM ii. GRAVES,
hoy M?t I Administrator.
CARNIVAL 0? FUN!
,1/oiiiA/y- '/ ?.'/? ??' ? >, )', f.,'i.>.??':!//. Thiii'AiJpy
arid h'lh:y Xiffhlk -Vor. 16, 17. IS, ID.
Grund Op-Miing of (ho Fashionable
GiiX Magical Soirees
1 HO I L: SOL MAL LICK
Ami the Wonderful
ROYAL MAUlllONKT't'jB L
B ?10 SScaiilifiil I'rcseiiCs
Selected from Among
C. I.;: ?ND silver watches,
[?crnIture, clotming, hardware;
GROCERIES, ka., &<?.,
Given liwny nightly among the Audience
FREE hi' CHARGE:
Admission 50 cents. Chi! Iren *-''? cats.]
luv 1 I 1
nov 1 1
COUNTY OV OKANGK1HJUG.
1 N l il K Get SIT OF PltOBATE.
Uy AUGUSTUS U. KNOWI/TON, Esq.,
Judge '?t* Probato in said County.
WIIKRF.AS, Dr. T. R. Malone hath mado
suit to hio, to grunt him bettors of Adminis
traiion of tho list ate and otfects of .Mrs. Mary
M. I.. Matonc, dcoeaso I, lato of said County.
'I'hcso nro therefore to aito and admonish
nil and singular tho kindred and Creditors
of the said deceased, to bo and ap
i pear, before me, at n Court of Probate for
llie said County i ? be holden at Orangeburg,
on the 80th day of November 1874, at 11
o'clock A, M., to slibw cause If any, why the
said Administration should not bo grunted.
Given under my hand and iho Seal of tho
Court, tiiis 101 h day of Nov. A. D. 1874,
and in the 07th year of American Inde
[I..S. ] AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON,
not 11?-t Judge of Probate.
is tu:: CouiiT of Probate.
Ex J\;r(c J. J. .''alley. Guardian of Fanny
My order of I ha Co i i t of Probate, I will
sell at the* Court If-mse, ia Orangoburg, on
the first Monday in Doootnber next, a tract
of 112 acres. (00 acres cleared, balance
woodland) with good Dwelling House with
four Rooms besides Dining Room, on wa
ters of North Edisto Diver, about G miles
from Orangeburg, on tho Cannon's Bridgo
Road, bo'nnded by lands of Samuel Dibblo,
Win. II. Barton und toe .Misses Barton, and
by ihe si.id road.
Terms one-thirl cash, balance on two and
three years, secured by bond with interest
frcni date nt the rate of 10 per cent per an
num, to bo paid anoo itly so long as any
money remains unpaid, and a mortgago of
the premises. Piu-ohmer to pay for papordj,
and for r -cording.
Any one wishing to examine said plaie
will apply to either W. Ii Barton or Abrain
Parker, w ho resides near tho same.
Sheriff's Office, i E.I.Cain,
Orangoburg C. II., S. C, \ S. 0. C
Nov. 12th, 137 1. J
nbv It td
Die State of South Carolina
ilial Bstate for Sale Under Foro<-lo3iiro of
Wroltcn & Stcadmah |
F.iirtb tt Tyler. J
l'.y virtue of the power invested in us wo
will soil at Orangeburg C. II. oa tho 1st
Monday in Docc nbc.- n :xt. within th3 legal
hours offalo. <': ?> tract of land, Proparty
of Baitk-tt Tyler, containing, (400) four
hundred acres more or less, lying and being
in the County and State aforesiid in tho
Fork of IMisto, and bounded on thu North
by 'and nt C. T. Dewing, Bast by laud* of
A V. Cui. South by lulls of Itulj'.iffo
Walker, an i West by lau Is of A. D. Dow
Terms Cash. Purchassrs to pay for
WR?TON i STEAPMAN,
Graham, S. C. Nov. Gth iS74.
hot 7 1*74 8t
Enterprise G- au-Works.
? A/ TERRRlSt G~UN WGrlKS
^ESTABJ. l'SHEO 134 J..
orrl>i S 2k*
Jas. Bown &> Soil,
Manufacturers of and Wholesale and IleUiil
QUNS, RIFLES; PISTOLS, FIsTUXG
TACKLE, AN!) SI" .'.R'i'iNt: AKT1CLBS.
C'-..t- A xi: n: J::iL?2r;it, in all iC *
ac::.\T3 roh r nit
Vmon Slcial?o Cnririilg<0
Also Manufacturers of
Doth Iron an<l Cast Steel, equal to Item-,
ington's, or any other make. M inuf ictur
ers -ti .l Repairers of all kinds of Light
I lOfi and Ms WOOD STREET, PITTS
| BURGH, PA.
JAS. DOWN & SON.
nov. 7 1874 ly
C. WEST & SONS,
THE REST OIL IN USE.
Warranted ISO Degrees Fire Test,
WATER WHITE IN COLOUi
And it Will Xol Explode.
It burns in nil Coal Oil end Kerosene Lamps.
TRY IT. Aok for "Aladdin Security,"
I and take no other.
C. WEST & SONS,
110 and 115 W. Lombard St.,
oct 21?24 . ? Baltimore, Md.
That fir! two sVorySTpRS an 1 LOT on*
Church Street, lately occupied by the
Citizens Savings Bank ant Mr. Kirk
Robinson, fronting Court House Square
Terms reasonable. Apply to
JOHN D. STROMA.N Esq., or to
1ZLAR & DIBBLE.
oct. 10 1871 3m.
Land for Sale.
A il A It 4? AIX.?About 1000 acres of
LAND in Middle Township, woll settled.
Gin House with Gin and Grist Mill. Black
smith Shop and Tools. In one parcel at
at $8.25 per acre. Terms easy.
Farm on Old Orangoburg Road, 7 miles
from town?250 acres. Price $1575. Woll
s-itU-d. Terms easy.
One Store and Lot in Orangcburg-.
One Building Lot on Russell Street*
AUG. B. KXOVYLTON,
Attorn ?y at Law,
sept 17?tf Orangeburg, 8. C
_ FOB SALE
A GOOD PLANTATION in Middle Town
*hip, 400 nores. Finely SETTLED. Honao
nhd Outbuildings nil new. Alt undor Good
Fence Plenty of Fndt Trees. Prico
$2000?half cash. A BARGAIN.
Also V.Utacros in snuictownship. Saw Mill
Houro, Gin and Grist-Mill. Never Failing
Stream. Good for JHX) bushels toll Corn and
u to 8 bales toll Cotton por year, ?800?.
Also oiX) acres in Charleston County, $3.
Also S00 acres in this county. Pine land*
well watered, ?'J per acre. Apply to
A. B. KNOWLTON,
Ornngeburg C. II., 8. C
mar 14 tf