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IET?* c IL.
J. FELDER MEYERS, Assistant Editor.
SATURDAY, DEC. 26 , 1874.
Ab this will be, and should be, a happy
time for printers, editors and every body
else, we must bog our ren lers pardon for
presenting to them a half sheet. Dy a little
rest, we will he nb'e to give them a good
pnper for 1875.
?P- ? - ? IM.llii ?
J. Folder Myers, Esq., has been iippoin
ted Trial Justico for Orangeburg County.
Wallace Cannon is about as good fellow us
they make 'cm. And theii Iber.- is Charlie
Hall with hitPi Whet can a man want that
this pair can't g've y iu. Call at Wallace
Cannon's and see.
Tree Planting at tue Fair I rounds
of the Oicngeturg Agricultural
and Mechanical Association.
The Hoard of Directors announce
that they h? Vie located stations for the
planting 6i shade trees in various pla
ces on the Fair Grounds, ami they
propose to the Stockholders and citi
zens of Orangcburg, tu have n tree
planting oti Wednesday, December
30, 1874, and a ba.sket picnic in ciut
jtcction therewith. Tho/FairGrounds
will he open for the purpose at l> o'clock
A.M. f'tockhul'dorshud others desir
ing to pinnt trees will c< me prepared
with everything necessary, und will
plant ns to them seems best, provided
only that the tree may be one suitable
for shade and ornament. At the l ext
annual Fair, n certificate will be given
under the seal of the Association, for
each tree then in healthy condition.
By application at MrKirk Robinson's
book store, a pint will be found, and
locations mny be selected b'efofelmTid,
if desired. Free tickets of admission
can also be procmcd, for those plant- ?
ing, and their families. Each one is
expected to bring stich provisions ns
the\ deem proper lor the picnic, which
will be held eithet in the building-, or
in the open uir, its the weather niav ht
ml that day. For further particulars
,i pply to K. 1R Iv RUBI N SQ N,
Trctfsurcr, or to
Dr. W. V. BARTON,
V. II. W. ERIGGMANX,
SAM.URL Di ?BLE.
Coin. <il Arrangements.
Ry virtu re of ah order of (h? Prob t'.'
('??nit. 1 w,U .-ell at the late RcsidouC - rf
Fr.drick \\. Jenes deceased to the (ugliest
bidtle)-. on the Seventh day pf jVuiiavy,
&V)K7fi(.'ifll Qfff pcr.'Mi.d proper'y of which tlie
mid Fredrick Vri -toires diet s.-i/c! and
po^RcVsed consisting of Household and
Kitchen Furniture, Corn. 1 older, otic
Jlm.-e, Cow and Calf, !Iogs &o.
?JOHN E. JONES,
? d.e 2<i 1874 lit
^OFFICE OF C Oi'NTY TREASURER,
Oi:ANtiri:t i:(; ('??NTVi
OuAXiiKiim.o, S. C, December 11, 1874.
In accordance with "at? :t> t of tht General
Assembly, to raise Supplies for the fiscal
year, commencing November the l>t, 1874,
Notice is hereby given, thatiny office will be
opened for the reception of Taxes on and
after Monday the 21st day of December 1871,
until the 15th day of January, LS75, after
which time a penalty of 20 per cent will he
added to all unpaid Tuxes of that date.
Taxes will hp received in the following
kind of funds . Gold and Silver coin, United
States Currency, National Lank Nott s, and
bills receivable of the Stale, coupons matur
ing of bonds issued under Act to reduce the
valumo of the public debt, and provide for
the payment of the same, and certificates of
indebtedness as are authorized by the acts of
the Genend Assembly.
The rateperccntuin will he as follows;
For general State purposes, 10 2-5 mills
On n dollar.
For County purposes, 3 mills on a dollar.
For special (or Court House), l\ mills on
For poll tax per capita one dollar.
Local school tax, district No. 1?Yanccs,
? mills on ? dollar.
Local school tax, district No. 2?Poplar,
4 mills on a dollar.
Local school tax, district No.3-Pine Grove
3J mills on a dollar.
Local school tax, district No. 4?Amelia,
2 mills on a dollar.
Local school tax,dislrict No. 5-Providencc
0 mills on a dollar
Local scltool tax, district No. 6?Goodbys
4 mills on a dollar
Local school tax, district No. 7?Lyons,
2 mills on a dollar.
Local school tax, district No.8-Cow Castle
1 mill on a dollar
Local school tax, district No. 0?Middle,
IA mill;; on k dollar.
Local school tax, district No. 10--Orange,
2 mills on a dollar.
Local school tux, district No. 11 ('aw Caw
2 mills on a dollar. ?
Local school tax, district No. 12-Branch
villc, 0 mills on a dollar
Local school iax,dislrict No. 13-Ncw Hope
0 mills on a dollar,
Local school tax, district No. 14-E1 izaheth
1 mill on a dollar.
Local school tax, district No. 15?Edisto,
1) mills on a dollar.
Local school tax, district No. 10?Union,
3 mi lb, on a dollar.
Local school tax, district No. 17?Zion,
1J mills on a dollar.
TLocal 'school tax, district NoTl8?Willow,
2 mills on 11 "dollar.
Local school tax, district No 19?Liberty,
J mill on a dollar.
Local school tax, district No. 20-Goodland
1 mill on a dollar.
Local Hchaoltax, district No. 21?Hebron
1 mill on a dollar.
Local school tax, district No- 22?Rocky
Grove, 1 null on a dollar.
Tax payers must call for the Tax on each
piece of property in the Township where it
1 will collect Tuxes as follows. AtR. S
Gdcaton's .Store, Friday December 2">, 1874*
Knotts Mill hull Swamp,Saturday Decent
her 20th, 1874.
Lewisvil'o, Tuesday and Wednesday De
cember 20th and 30th 1874.
Furt Motte, Thursday December31 st 1874
Branchvillc, Saturday January 2nd, 1S7o
.). Damp Fehlers, Friday January 8, 1875,
And oil all other days at Orattgchnrg Court
J. IL LIVINGSTON,
* County Trci shrer.
I offer for s ilo the Rcsidcnso of Ceo. S.
Shirer Esq., on Rail Itoad Avenue, -with 2*>
acre.* attached, all within town limits.
Also, one Building Lot in the town of
.IAS 11. roWLES.
dee 12 1374 It
Notice is hereby given, all persons in
debted to the said Hubert Jcniicy, deceased,
will make 1 tryniPitt, to tho undersigned*, and
,.!'. who bold claims ugaitisl said deceased,
will j resent the same properly Altestcd.
LA Kit A M. IA N N V.
dee 1? IS'ti 3t
By virtue of Sundry Executions to 1110. di
rected, 1 will sell to the highest bidder, at
Orangeburg C. IL, on tho FIRST MON
DAY i" January next. FOP. CASH, al
ihe Right, Title and Interest of the Defend
ants in the following Property; viz:
All that tract of land in Orangcburg
County, containing 088 acres, more or less,
hounded by lands ot' Barhwcll, Felder and
Brandenburg, and known a-* the 44Darby
Place." Levied on as the property of Susan
SpnrKs Keilt, at the suit of Movrj" & Co.
All that Intel <d" land in Orangeburg
County containing dOO acre.', more or less,
j bounded by Ian Is of T. <!. Shuler, D.iv id
I Dantzlcr ami Porter Bull. Lavio I on as
I the property ol \V. V. and Sarah (.'oilier at
1 the suit of John K. Moorcr, suing for T. C,
All that Intel of land in slid Count) con
taining 1U5U acres, more or les*, buumlcd
i by lands c?f Wade Reed. Kerry Huffman,
Lewis Livingston 'and Win. Mink. Levied
m as the proptrlj ol Gto. W. I atinelly at
the suit ot Isaiah William 1.
All lital ir.iL-t in ss.id t'out.ty containing
'.: acres' intirti by lo-s. hounded by lands of
j A P Av'.ngcr and I!j other, Calvin Aungci
and estate of V. N ^Qtr'.s. Levied on its
I the property of Lmtiiol Avihgtr at the suit
1 of John C Bou 1 is.
i . - ALSO
j Ail ihtil Intel of iaitd in aaid County coa
I tainirg ii II tiercs, more or less, hounded 6y
j Ik 1 tit 01 i>t;.ic Nrrris, T S Lantzlcr, Fred
j ai d Idi; i.hcth Mtil)ins, A I' 1 ant,lor and
! Scntt e l?i\i r. Levied on as the paperly of
j E L Pu.lzlrrtil ti e mit of William Avin
All thai tract of laud iii said County con
! (aining acres morj or lc<s, bo indo I by
lands of Est. Jacob Dalit zier, Ks/. Oed.
Nortis. J S Martin und Saittee Kivtir. Lev
iod on as the property of D D Dantzlcr at
the suit of William Avingcr.
All thai tract of land in suid Cottuty cou
taiuing 600 acres mure or less, hounded by
hinds of l.ovlck Felder, Dip 0 Oil and F W
Wuuiieniakcr. Levied on as the properly of
L P Collier i.t the suit of Bull, t'covill &
Ad lint tract <f land in said County con
taining 108 acres more or less, bounded by
Inhdsof J Ried, I. (i Wise, Elizabeth Ott, L.
A Zciglcr and H Wolfe. Ltvicd*on as the
propcilyol .lohn Ctdm, at tlic suit of P A
All that lot of land with the buildings
threon, in 'he town ot Orangcburg, at the
corner of Market ami-Street, now
occupied by James Cannon. Levied on as
tho property of J nines Cannon at the suit
of II B it ice and others.
1 [fdrso and Muic at the Court House,
and on Tuesday Lth, at I ho residence of T.
S. MeOrcw, 5 II end of Cattle. Levied 01
as the properly of Margaret Mc Irow at the
suit of Wade it ainpton.
On Tuesday the 5lb January 1K7~>. at the
Plantation of Dane Hetlicringthn,' about
l.'OO ll.s of Sf dCotl. 12 Bushels of Cot
ton Seed, 'J? Bushels of Corn, and a lot of
Fodder, seized on 11? the drop of Isaac Heth
ington, under v.a riant on Lien, to C. E.
On Tuesday the "th January 'S7f>. at the
Plant f?t ion ol J II. /eigler, about SU
Bushels of Corn, Seized on as the Crop of
Joshua Brown, under warrant on Crop
Lien to Thos. Cartmill.
Sheriffs Office, ") E. I. CAIN,
Orangeburg C. IL S- G., [ S. O. C.
Dec. I'Mh, 1S7L J
dee 91 8t
Tho UNDERSIGNED lakes pleasure in
announcing to his many friends and patrons
that he has PERMANENTLY LOCATED at
OIIANGKB?KG 0. IL
Where ho will devote his ENTIRE TIME
from every Monday until Friday noon, to
PRACTICE OF DEN1ST.RY
in all its Departments.
Perfect. SATISFACTION ^guaranteed in
all Operations Entrusted to his euro.
Charges MODERATE. He will be found
at Dr. Fcrsncr'B Old Stand.
Very respectfully, I
A. M. SNIDER, D. K.
may 9 , ly
USEFUL AND FANCY
OHN & BROTHER'S.
TU UN KS,
ITT AND WEAL
In fact you can be suited from a
"BOLT of HOMESPUN" to a "BRID
AL OUTFIT," at
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
APPLE BUTTER, MINCE MEAT, CURRENTS,
DRIED APPLE, DRIED FIOS, RAISINS,
ORANGES, APPLES, COCOA NUTS,
PINE APPLES. JELLIES. CANDIES,
GINGER PRESERVES. PRIZE BOXES, PICKLES,
ASSORTED PRESERVES, CANNED TRUITS, CANNED MEATS,
CHOW CHOW, SAUCES.
heavy groceries, liquors, wines, .
tobaccos & segars.
All rite above cooda is offered nt very LOW TRICES.
W. K. CROOK.
9 I W
ciiakleton s. o.
THE VERY I.L.ST FERTILIZERS for COTTON, CORN WHEAT. TURNIPS
r Crops, prepared under the Special Supervision of the Company's Chemist, Dr.
IAN RAY EN EL,
SOLUBLE GUANO; Cash S?O, Time (Nov. 1st), $.Vi.
ACID PHOSPHATE, Cash $33, Time (Nov. 1st), $38.
We offer n very Liberal Dieco?nt on the above Rntes for Cash Sale?, prepaid.
Address E. C. WILLIAMS, Treasurer, Key Box 48G.
WILI IAMS, BLACK & WILLIAMS, Agents, No. 3 South Atlantic Wharf.
SOLE AGENT at ORANQEBURO, So Ca.
YOUR CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES
mm & izLAR,
They have JUST RECEIVED a LARGE LOT of
fancy candies and plain candies.
fancy crackers and plain crackers.
jN TJ rJ\S of ?U K itivlB.
CITRON. CURRANTS, RAISONS, FIGS, MINCEMEAT, GnLATINE, BROMA.
AND THE ?EST 5c. SEflAR IN TOWN and FINER ONES that CAN'T
Stock of Heavy Groceries Complete"
jps^ GOODS DELIVERED.
I'VE GOT IT!
EVERYTHING \ man. Woman, or Child may want.
Arc UNSURPASSED in any Family Grocery in the State, while
. i? ? ? ,
and WINES tool: the PREMIUM at the FAIR. Those who want SOMETHING GOOD
for the Holidays, should come and INSPECT my STOCK at once. I guarantee good
BARGAINS ami SOUND ARTICLES.
ATJGUTUS FISCHER, Grocer.
Groceries, Liquors and Segars
C. D. KORTJOHN'S
Opening of Choice Holiday Goods.
hazlitt & oo.'s
"HYGIENIC IONIC BITTERS." Its ingredients are strictly VEGETABLE, and a*
prescribed by all educated Physicians in their practice.
c. D. KORTJ OUjNT.
I will open a School on Ihc lib of Janu
nry nest, for GIRLS and YOUNG LADIES,
and BOYS under 12 years'of age in the
following branches of study :
English Grammar; (Icograpby, Arithme
tic (Uavics), Composition, Rhetoric, Eogic,
Intellectual and Natural Philosophy, His
tory, Primary and Uunivorsal, togcthor
with all primary studier.
Algebra und Oeomct'try will be taught as
soon as I am ablo to employ an ussistaut.
Terms $2, and $3, per month.
Apply to me at my Rcsidcnco on New
Stroct 3 doors South of tho Lutheran
G. A. noron
der 12 1871 41
O O M EJ !
CO?IE OXE, COME AM.,
And Pdc if you cannot be, SUltED in your
DRUG STORE OF
Dr. E. J. OLIVEROS'
whcro he has just received a Urge stocV. of
TOYS, CANDIES, FIRE CRACKERS,
POCKET CUTLERY, TOIL
AND PRESENTS SUITED TO YOUNG AND
OLD, At tho ORANGEBURG DRUG STORE
E. J. 03LIYEROS.
d?0 12 . 1874 ' ly