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TL, O O AL. _
J, FELDER MEYERS, Assistant Editor.
SATU11DAY, JAN. IG, 1875.
Mr. Meroncy is running his wagon.
Mr. Moseley lias his fence fixed up
What.docs Gov. Chamberlain waut
to get clear of ? Petitions &c.
What is tho most annoying thing
to a State Senator ? Answer?A news
We iegret to learn of the illness of |
Wr. Shcrrod Peeves.
C. D. Kortjobn is oD?ring bargains
to his customers. His ttorc is crowded
with nil one wants.
The streets have been so full of mud
for the past week that tho Bhino was
taken off the shoes of many, a one.
Whs.tis a miserable character to him
self ? The man who has to mnnuf icturc
news upon which to live.
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Grant sticks to Louisiana an 1 Short -
dan sticks to Grant. "Let us havo
There was some ice this week as su.ro
as you live. There could bo no sound
walking on Monduy or Tuesday.
Tho Grand Lodge of tho Knights of
Phythias South Carolina met iu Colum
bin on yesterday.
Mr. F. DeMars has improved his
billiard saloon by inoviug the bar from
the front to the rear, lie will open u
grocery iu a few days.
The water squirts were good at the
late fire. Better supply each house
hold with one aud dispense with toy eu
Mr. L llansdule's udvot ti&ouiout will
bo found in another column. Mr.
j^iavpJuk-Uijf-ti sple/t&iZ SBsorjtuArOi&Sj?r
groceries, &c , aud sells them cheap.
The business of Trial Justice J. Fel
der Meyers is increasing rapidly. Ho at
tet-d.- pri mptly to all business entrusted
to him, and will collect all accounts
that uro ] laced iu his hands.
A joung lady in Combriaborough,
tired of "sleeping by herself," has mar
ried John Pightbowcr. It is altogether
probable she will "order him up" on
Mr. Earnest Mentzel, the best black
fniilh in the connty, repaired our press,
thus saving us the trouble of having to
rend it away. Mr. Mentzel is a genius
niid we commend him to the public.
V ire wells ! lire wells!! fire wells - ?!
Fit tun engines! steam engines !! steam
cuginch! ! ! "Oh don't" say the tax
j ayers, Wtl!. then. What shall wc do
to be saved.
Mat A'.brecht, the popular Assista nt
Chief of the Fire Department, got
I unit out on that futul morning of the
fjth; hut it is the earliest wish of the
customers of our friend Mat that he
willsuon bo "right side up again."
> Mr. Frantz Briggmann appears in a
fresh advertisement elsewhere in to
day's paper. Ho offers rare induce
ments to tho housckcopors of this placo,
and indeed to tho entire public A cd 1
at his tdore will bo profitable to those iu
waut of good groceries for family use,
Lavo Palme?* has moved his shop
from his former stand to tho house on
the corner opposite the residence of
Mr. Boliver. Ho will carry on his
work at that place, and endeavor to
give satisfaction to his customers* Dave
is a good boot and shoe maker.
Sheriff E; I. Cain, Jas. Vau Tusso1
Keq., and Mr. Lewis Fischer, havo our
special thanks for thoir czertionB in
trying to save a portion of tha Oiian?e
buro News. Wo expect to havo up a
new office in a low weeks, and have
booked those gentlemen for a copy froo
for twolvo months.
Mr. Wallace- Cannon has a card in another
column [which sponk? for itself. Wo adytse
his customers to stand uy him. Hin c?i?rgy
and pluck will carry him through.
Mr. Front-*, Briggmunn's loss was over
five hundred dollars by tho lire. We
sympathize wito our young und cnor
J. W. Mosoley is doing a good busi
ness. Ho has a good stock and the
public will govern themselves according
Kohn & Brother oro in tho Oil Mo
Master building. They are selling of
their goods at cost, because they do uot
desire to move them to their new store.
No\V is tho time for bargains
Mr. Corhelson his his store crowded
yet. Tho people will stick to hint and
his popular clerks. John Dauner is
"thar," and, although tho Grc scared
him, is as polite as ever*
Our thanks are due to tho TiniHA and
the Free Citizen for courtesies. Such
favors are appreciated. Brothers of
the quill, should it ever lay iu our pow
cr to help you, call on us.
Mathews' advertise moot, as barber, is
just where it ought to hari been long
ago?in the Orangcburg Mrws. And
the best of it is, Mathcws is next door.
Those who want to bo fixod np in stylo
will call upon him. Ho can shave you,
cut your hair, and y ou won't know it.
Our worthy County Treasurer, Mr.
John 11 Livingston, informs us that an
exteusion for the payment of Taxes ha s
been extended to the 30th of this
month. There will bo no extensiou
beyond that time. Parties had better
come up at once.
, Josh Edwards, Petor Sistrunk, P
I bjessendamnor, Wade IIarrison^HJA^jj^j|
pangten, Audrow Aiken, A. P Guc, James
MoPhersoh; Benjamin Salley, II Stabler
Jackson Knotts, John Brown, Albert
Glover, Samuel Marien, 13dward Dikes,
James F Griiliu, 11 W Davis, Peter
What does the astute Attorney Gen
eral disptso ? Letters asking favors of
him by those who four mouths ago
would have cut his throat. In his last
Spcoch delivered in this place, he said
to the crowd, "Call me what you please
but pray do n't call me a fool." Letters
calling him ''old fellow" und affecting
a familiarity, which is unwarranted 'are
not tho best ?hings just now,
The streets shoul 1 have b toil widen
ed ten feet on either side or not at all.
Fire will not make a leap off ten feet.
As it stands now :
??The difference is too nlco
Wherocnds the virtue, or begins the vice?*'
We make bold an.'wer that i< in j cnu
rious d it position which has laid our
town low. Had proper precaution') boon
taken, we should not have b :ou in our
persent unseemly plight .
A dog got burnt up iu Mr. Rich's
house. Somo bacon also was destroyed,
or cooked. Somo hungry colored men
liked the cooked meat, and in hunting
for the same came afoul of a part of
the cooked dog. They went to eating
it right away but upou pulling out more
of it from the coals they calno across
tho head of "Tcus.er" with the hair on
it yet. It is needless to say that they
sought an emetic.
PK TIT JURORS?
M J Keller, A M Cox, J It Gossen
damner, Isaac Berry, Richard Hart, J
r C Kcnuorly,' J 11 Fulmore, Wash
Davis, Shedriok Cam, P S l.co, Henry
Arant, Isaac Haiglor, I P Thompson
Sam Tilly, W Martin, .lohn Gates, L K
A Cam, Ned Pauling, Jos A Fanning,
Jacob Haiglor, W Colonvio, Alex Gaff
ney, London Jenkins, Potor Salloy, S B
Borr, J W Fttnchos, Wesley llowo, V
B Johnson, John Wright, Jacob Wig
gius, Elijah Brown, D W Adams, Jim
Evans, W Poosor, Sam Foldor, Adam
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH?
Bishop IIowo it- expected to day, na j
will conduct tho service in tho ab >v
Mr. Johu English at ?Fischer's, is o-te
of tho most wholo-sou'.od soDB of Eri-.i
that there is in this benighted country
of ours. He helped to save the News
from destruction, and he is still helping
that prince of good fellows, Augustus
Fischer, to sell goods cheaper than any
Wc have been reliably in forme J that
the lato lire did not originate from a ,
candle as stated in our last issue but was
first discovered at the ki toll on chim icy
in rear of Mr Cartmill's store Mr C
informs us that there was no fire made
up in the kitchen at all in tho evening
and cannot account for it unless it was
the act of i n ecu diary ism.
Cur popular Cost Master met with
as many things to perplex him, by the
fire, as the most of us. lie lost tho
blinds to his olliee, and many valuables
inside the building We sincerly sym
pathize with our friend Mr. Williams
ai d trust that he will recover from
his misfortunes. lie makes us a good
\ J'ost Master, and none of us could well
dispense with Ned and his daily mail
It took some courage in him to keep
things goiu;r, but wc believe he succeed
cd. All honor to him.
Listen not to a tale bearer or slander
rer, for he tells thee nolhiugout of good
viil; but. as he discovcrcth of tho secrets
ol* others, so he will of thine in turn ?
That fine two story ST >ltH and LOT on
Church Street, lately occupied by tho
Citizens Savings Hank and Mr. Kirk
Robinson, fronting Court House Square.
Terms reasonable. Apply to
JOHN 1?. STROMAN Esq., or to
IZI.A It & D1BULE.
oct. 10 1^71 :5in.
The State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF ORANGEHCKT,
Court of Common Pleas
Jolin L. Moorer, Plaintiff, )
Mary B. Oliver, Adminis
t rut rix, Fred'k Oliver, Summons.
Huulicl K. Spignor, Luw
rouoo E. Marshall and For Relief.
Harriot 8. Marshall, his [
wifc, Jnby 0. Oliver, j Complaint not
Sullio M. Oliver, Annie
Nellio OHvor, Jnli.i Thorn- I Served,
us Oliver und Marion Lee
T ih, Defendants?
FREDFRICK K. OLIVER, RAC17EL E.
SriGNEK und SALLIE M. OLIVER:
Yon are hereby summoned und required
l o ant \\ i r the eomphunt in this notion which
is filed in the oliiee.of the Clerk of Common
Pleas, for the raid County and to serve a
oopy cf your answer to the Bitid complaint
oil the subscribers n't shcir office, Hu./tell
FtrcM t, Orangeburg, South Carolina, within
l.wonly days utter the s< rvi e hereof, exclu
sive of the day of such service; und if you
fall t<> answer tho within complaint within
the lime aforesaid, the plaint ill* in this ac
tion will apply to the Court for the relict
demanded iu the complaint.
Dated Dec. 19, 1874. l/.LAR DIDDLE,
tf Plaintiff's Attorneys.
The State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF ORANGEBURG,
COURT OF common PLEAS.
Mary B.Oliver, Administratrix*)
of Thomas Oliver, PlaintifT. I
against I Summons
Frederick K. Oliver. H?chel E
Spigner, Lawrence It. Mar
shall anil Harriet his w ife Juby | for Relief.
C. Oliver, Snllic M. Oliver
ton! Annie Nellie Oliver, Julia
Thomas Oliver und Murion j Complaint
Lee Oliver, by II. W. Kcnnerly,
their Guardian, <iJ lit urn,
and Adam Smoke, creditor, and | not Served
'.be other creditors of Intes
tate, Defendants. j
7*0 the Defendants?
SALLIE M. OLIVER, RACHEL E. SPIG
NER, F. T. K. OLIVER :
Von tire hereby aummoncd and required
to [answer the compluiut In this uction,
which is filed in the Office of the Clerk of
the Court for said County and to ?-ervo a
cony of your answer to the said complaint
on the subscriber tit his office in town of
Ornngcbnrg, opposite Court House Square,
within twenty days after the service here
of, exclusive of the day of such Bewies;
und if you foil to answer the complaint
within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in
this action will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated Deo. 11, 187-1.
VY. J. Dr.TREVILLE,
,'vo J2?fit Plnintiffis Attorney.
Notwithstanding the. GREAT FIRE and tho bOS3E3 mot with, I hivoonhml and
wiil constantly kei-;. n I'L L!, SUPPLY of
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
And the BEST CHEW TNG TOBACCO and FIVE C13NT SEGAR in
the town, besides other Una lirands, with in:iny othar umlul articles .
Please call an 1 EX \M1NE for yourselves.
L. RANSDALE, Hroughtou Street,
jan 10 Ts7"> 18 ly
IS OFFERING to his CUSTOMERS and the PUULIC generally
My STOCK of GOODS is COM PL ET 12 in all tho
And PRICES so LOW that all will purohas and go away FULLY SATISF1E I) that they
AT SAME OLD STAND
jan 10 1875 c
It is true my LOSSES have been HEAVY, but my CUSTOMEAS and the PEOPLE
will find that 1 am STILL AIM.ft o SUPPLY them with all tlioy need in my LINE
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES!
ADDING DAILY TO MY STOCK
And EM BOUND to PLEASE ALL that CALLS on me next to
T. KOHN & BROTHER
AHE NOW LOCATED AT
McMASTER'S BRICK STORE
-^ ? y
AND ARE DETERMINED
TO CLOSE OUT
THEIR ENTIRE RESCUED STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
* I i' ?
WITHOUT REGARD TO
TO COST 03a LOSS!!!
COME SOON' AS WE ?JEAN BUSINESS AND MONEY
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER,