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J\ PKLtlBlt MEVEUS, Assistant Editor.
SATURDAY, JAN. 28,J?75."J,
Two weeks trotn to day n$ article will
appear in this paper which will be to
the point, aud show tho "machinery" of
certain matters. Tho Democrats ma y
think that come of their leading men
?are high toned, und nil that, but thore
-are certain facts which will be brought
to their notice on that day, which may
?induce oven a Bourbon to bolievc that
nil that shines is not gold.
Judge Heed is one of the bust Judges wo
?over hud. Ilo is strict and yot merciful.
Thorn ec.lacksou has rebuilt at their
*oh\ stand and have a good stock on
*W. Perry Murphy Esq., wns in attendance
upon the Court during the past wook. He
is a rising young lawyer, and is determined
to make hi* mark.
The Grand Jury made a presentment.
Mr. Uoliver commoncod tc read it, but not
being familiar with tho hand writing,
oould not get along ronl well-, , ,v.,^ , ,
B PA U n 1 h H
Mr Jehu Baxter is a splendid carpon
ter and is now n useful man to those
who want to Duild again. He does
Work good and in a hurry.
W K Crook has opened a good stock
oF clothing, dry goods, huts, &c, besides
his well assorted stock of groceries. See
his advertisement in "another column.
?J he ^(tjy^rlradjrj of #rr^ml < Mr*
KirkBot^oTT WliHe tSnViJ fo^?rSf'
that they lost their infant daughter
?on Wednesday morning last. Ilo has
?our heartfelt sympathy.
Dick is spreading himself, ho has a
full 6tock of everything and will drive
"sr-fjmM-HhiQg trade if losv prices will hi
any inducements' ^e^huycrs. Co to
K ort job n.
Wbcn yru want drugs, toilet articles
?candies, paints, oils', cutlery A*c., call at
Dr A C Dukes drug store and your or
tiers will be tilled with dispatch aud at
the very lowest prices.
Mr. McQueen SsHey, at Suin'fl old
Mahles, has on hand a fine stock of hor
hcs nud mules whichjh as every -j^rfe
knows, can be purchased from Me. till
right both in quality aud price A
word to the wise, Sic.
Dr A M Snider's card in another col
Umn deserves the attention of the public
The Dr's rcputntion as a Dentist is wide
ly known throughout our cointy and wc
gunrrnntce to till who visit hi n will go
? way Well pleased both with the work'
On Thursday last we had tho pleas
uro of dining at Duke's hotel. Tho ta
ble was sumptuously spread, and the
clever host, Mr. Dukes, Baw to it him
?elf that his boaidem were taken care
of. Those who want good accotnmoda
On the 23rd of December 1872, Mr
Richard Way one of our most rcspectn
ble citizens left this world. Ho was a
man universally respected, and tho vn
fancy mnde by his death will not soon
bo forgotten. We extend our kindest
-sympathies to his'family' and trust that
they will meet him in tho bright hcr-ml
' ' i ' < ft/ <A A '
tor. Mr Way was in the sixty third
year of his nge.
We nre pained to learn of the recent
nfllicatiou of Ecv. A. Jl. Hartley, tho be
loved pn?ler of Antioch Itaplist Church, in
the death of his estimable wife, on Tue?
day, Jnnuary 12th.
Mrs. Aman-la *tfnrl ley, possessed all those
. estimable obstatmn\irt?o^^tmil/niatr44ieV'
character truly lovely to ull who knew hor.
8ho will bo sorely missed in tho family
circle, and [bj the congregation of Antioch
to whom slio had endeared herself ns tho
pastor's wifo. Sho Jcavcs a babe but one
dsy o(dy^6ur^hcn/ffSlt fympntn'cs'hVc with'
tho bereaved, who will tind comfort in the
death of tho righteous, by lifting thoir
As a Mutter ofjustioo to tlio man, ntul
not because he is tho business manager o f
this paper wo desire to congratulate Mr.
Gco.Rolivcr upon hin record as an oRioer.
ScarMiliig^xostuif^ion^^ij^^ bj^? made.
Geo.Tloliver is\ll rjthtS OuJblsfr s that
he will continue iu the future as1 h? : has in
the past and then we'll have an honest He
publican party in our County
F DcMars has added to his complete
stock of liquors and segars, a well assor
ted stock of groccrie* and othor useful
articles to houscko ipers Frank is boind.
to keep up with tho times und will do
his very best to please all that calls on
hsm- His sample room is in rear of tho
' The .?itCeulicfu ftu?ic is iiifcjt? I
e adv&ii^n^tll oT Mm J* Vote in
ter column. * iW mis? ad l&l fcdry
goods, boots, shoes aud notions to his
usual supply of No 1. groceries und all
who have patronize 1 tho above- gentle
man can vouch for the fact that no
better barguiu^ e in b ; h i I an /wh tro i u
town than at his popular stow.
We Gnd it hard to keep up with our
progressive post master, lie is now
moving the post office to Mr Hzckicls?
.^W.Ojliud our friend behind a heap of j
things. The Times should be tired ol I
the words "progressive" and '"patent."
Mr Ezekiel, We suppose, will do his duty j
faithfuily as deputy post muster. And
why go against him, does ho not bolong j
to "Uranker Sam's" Hand 1
Thursday uight last the llov. J'. F.j
Kistler lectured in the basement of the |
Presbyterian church on the subject ol
temperance. The attendance was large
nud.Mr. Kistler made sombstrotig points
against the use of whiskey in any shapo
aud was eloquent from the beginning to |
the endof his lecture. The Rev.Mr Camp j
bell followed hina, and iu kind but deei
Bive language, advised those, who drank
to stop it. A mouth hen jo another
lecture is promised the public.
YVns born 15th ~7H
was a native of Florida, was engaged in
the practice of medieino for eight years
in Southwestern Georgia , and served m \
Surgeon in the Into Confederate army I
with great jiccoptability to the medical :
bureau of the Confederacy. After the
war he moved from Oeorgia to Oraug ?
.burg,f one of whose fair daughters he
j ,1 A jt ?' e i
r'taarriod; He wo(ptl|b confidence and
esteem of the whole county both as a
high toned gentleman aud a druggist.
The end event of his death happened
ou the 11th instant, from injuries sus
taincd by his falling oil' the rool of his
new residence, on whieh h : h id g.me
to adiust a stove pipe. lie leaves a
.widow wit Ii three children. His dottr
is deeply in minted by the entire com
niunity of Oritugeburg.
.4 UO [IS Tl TS FISCHE A*?
Is just the sort of a man that &U
towns ought to have iu them. N"t
satisfied with his splendid gtocery and
saloon, he has gone to work and put up,
right next d-ior, an >th ?? arraus: tie it ,
r>T-V \lf*5 It V*
j lu whioKjhe.lovers 'ol" goo 1 things to
catcan get exactly what they want
Fresh oysters, fresh vegetable.* of all
kinds, apples, orange-*, nuts an 1 till kinds
of cheese. If one gets hiigry an 1
wants a, meal he cm got it there If
one wants to see a olovjr in in, I it a e i II
be made upon Lewis Fischer, the "little
bubber" of tho popul ir A-igmru?
Fischer. To sum up, if one wants
any others to deal wit'.i othor thin
Fischer, proprietor, !)?? Hitler, that
good fellow, John English an I tint,
amiable Lewis Fi-tchor, he must find
them outside of Orange burg.
CO Uli T?
The fulUrwhTg u.qn m?i-o triod :
TfleQlfttt'-iff. ftffasf G. [nabuet, inisrio.
The stato vs. Kolloy Summers, assault
and battery with intent to kill?Not Guilty.
Tho state vs. Dllsoy Kennody, alias
DilHcy Forrest, misdouicuuucr?Not Guilty.
The note.ftjf. ^folnl * Robinson, carnal
knowledge of woman child?Not Guilty.
Tho stato vs. Petor Rood, Larceny of
^niu severed,/rom the frcohold? Guilty.
Tho ?tute vs. Wesley Jeakins, Petit
Tho state \b. Wesley Washington, Privily
stealing from the person?Not Guilty.
Tho state Vd. Vundy Gol-iou, nt'iltctd us
killing of a Cow?Guilty. It
The stato vs. Govan llccd, murlcr?
Tho Btatc vs. ltnndiill .Murray, Dannil
Murray and Thos. Smith?Verdict, Ranla! 1
Murray nn I Thn*. Smith Guilty- D.uiuel
Tho .state vs. Owen .Member, Grand
Larceuy?Guilty of Petit Larceny.
The state vs. A reu e Lemon, Assault and
? Battery und assault with a deadly weapon
with intent to kill?Guilty of assault and
The state vs. Jerry Logan. Burglary and
? Larceny?tSuilty of Petit La re.-nr."
The stale vs. Kmauuel Johnson, Arson ?
,Not Guilty. W. J. DeTrevillo for the
The state vs. John L, Humbert, wilfully
neglecting as County Treasurer to turn over
monies to the State Treasurer?(Juilly.
The slate vs. Chfts. Pinkney, Arson ?
The stato vs. VT, M. Auld, Murder?
Tin? hi ghost prize in a ("hiticso lotto
ry is twenty nine cents and tho man
who draws it has his name in the paper
and is lo >ked upon as a heap of a fel
rxTKUMKnrA'VB i:x i niyA tiox?on
Monday 2-ith Crammer English, Latin,
Tuesday 2filh Spelling an 1 R-.siding.
Wednesday 27th Geography.
Thursday 2-Ou. spelling and Writing.
Friday 2'nh Mathematics an 1 Spclliti;.
Examination will co narm j 5 ai II a in.
and closj at l p. m. sh*rp. O.' liuir/ e< sr ?
ciscs of tho scho d will b j s is;)on le I during
those ho irs only, thrill; I i a virtual s i<
p nstou of the soho.d fr?>;n the roeent tlisas
Irous fire and imo.i.suil rain?, therj will be
only tho ordinary daily reeit ui ins :n other
I will move my school an 1 roud.iaci to
Dr. Elliott's residenoo #ti itosiell Strict nn
the first d iy of March.
JA Ml* S s. IIKYWAHD.
?T>r>!Tt '1 1! I'.Am UI-.U, M
< ) IJAXlil'lU'lK" < "OUN'TV.
OitA.vtiKiit'Mi,S.t ., Ilvecmber 1.1, 187-1
Iu accordance with "an art id"the t ieiieral
A?-cuddy, to raise Supplies fur the fiscal
year, commencing November the ist, LS" I.
Notice is'lliereby givi'it, that my ollicc will he
opened for the reception of Taxes on and
after Monthly the2lM day of December 1874,
until the lolh day of Jamutry, I87*>, after
which time a penalty of 2" per < -.it will he
added to all unpaid Taxes of that date.
Taxes will b# received in the following
kind of funds. G?hl and Silver coin, L'uited
.Stu'ts Currency, National Hank Notes, and
bills receivable of th< Stale, coupons matur
ing of IhumIs issued under Act to retlueu the
valttmc of tho public debt, and provide for
the payment of the same, and certificates of
indebtedness as arc authorized by the acts of i
the t'eucral Assembly.
The rateperecnimn will boas lbl)ov;s.*
For general Stale purposes, 102-*) mills
on a ?biliar.
Kor l.'otl"ty purpose*, !l mills on a dollar.
Fur special (or Court House), II mill-on
I "or poll tax per capita one dollar.
Local school tax, district No. 1 ? Vance*,
0 mill- on a dollar.
Local school tax, district No. 2?Pojdar,
1 mills on a dollar.
Local school tax, district Xo.o-Pine t Jrove
P>" mills on a dollar.
Local School tax, district No. I?Amelia,
2 mil Is on a dollar.
Local school tax,district No. 5-Providence
0 mills on a dollar
Local Bchonl lax, district No. 0?Goodbys
4 mills on a dollar
lineal school tax, district No. 7?Lyons.
2 mills on a dollar.
Local school tax. district No.S-Cow Ca-tle
1 mill on a dollar
Local school tax, district No. 9? Middle,
1 \ mills on a dollar.
Local school lax, district No. 10? Orange,
2 mills on a dollar.
Local school tax, district No. ! 1 t'aw t'aw
'.! mills on a dollai.
Local sc hool tax, district No. 12-llraneh
ville, 0 mills on a dollar
Local school tax,district No. L">- New Hope
0 mills on a dollar.
Local school tax,district No. 14-Klizabrth
1 mill on a dollar.
Local school tax, district No. )?">?Kdisto,
1" mi Iis on n dollar.
Local school tax, district No. lf??Union,
[\ mil's on a dollar.
Local school tax, distiict No. 17?Zion,
1 " mills on a dollar,
Local school tax, district No. IS?Willow,
'2 mills on a dollar.
Local school tax, district No IV I,ih"Hv,
*. mill on a dollar.
Local school tax, district No. 20-< ioodl..
1 mill on a dollar.
Local seh*oltax, district No. 21?Hebron
! mill on a tlollnr.
Local school tax, district No. 22?llocky
Orovc, 1 mill on a dollar.
Tax payers must call for the Tax on each
piece of property in the Township where it
1 will collect Taxe? as follows. At R. S.
Uleatou's Store, Friday December 25, 1874,
KnottsMill Hull Swamp, Saturday Dcccni
her 2(ith, 1874.
LewUvi He, Tue day and Wednesday De
cember 2!)tli and 30:li 1874.
Kort Motte, Thursday December Hist 187 I
Hranehville, Saturday January 2nd, 1S7",
J. Hanip Folders, Friday January 8, IN7?.
And im all other days at OhtngebiirgCuurt
J. II. LIVINGSTON,
OKANG KU1.JRU (JOUNTJT.
In thk (Joout of Piiohatk.
John Gardner, IMA. \ Petition
ii*nu-t V for
Martha Gnrdiier n al Defts. J Partition
Hy Tirtue of an order of the Judge of
Proh n? 1 will sell at Oi*aiigeburg Court
House on Monday the first day of February
iie.it for parti I ion alnoiig ihr put ion Inter*
e. ted therein.
All that Plantation or Tract of band
situate aud being hi the County aud Slate
aforesaid, on the waters of Dean Swamp,
remaining one hundred and tifly three
acres more or le-s, aud boon led formcly by
lands of John M. Felder, B. Corbrtt,
Joseph ('. Fanning ami - llolhnington.
Being thu lands of which Elijah Gnrditer
ami Marther Oarduer his wife and seized
The said binds will be sold iu three par
cels. Flats to be seen at SheritTs ollioc.
Terms?Kiiougb eiisli to pay costs and ex
penses, balance on a ere Iii of one and two
years, secured by bond of purchaser and
mofigugc of premises, and io pay tor re
cording, papers and taxes
Sheriff's Office, \ B. I. Cain,
Oraiigcburg C. II., S. C, \ S. t?. C
Jan. 1 Ith, l?7 >. j
jan Hi i.l
Ihe State of South Carolina
IN COMMON I'LKAS.
Ueiibeu Toinliusou, IMaiutitf, |
Thaddens <'. Andrews, Hai-- |
riet M. Audi cits, Frank II. I*
Greene an 1 Lydia Williams, j
Defend i in-. |
Hy virtue of n Judgment of Foreclosure
herein. I will .-ell at Puhliu outcry, at
Ol/aiigcburg Conn Mouse, on the First
Monday m February. IS7"?, for cash.
1. All ih.it p.I.eel or Track of Land
situaic in Oruiigchurg County on Bull's
Branch, waters ot' Four Hides Swamp, con
taining ?!oo acre more or less, it being a
pail of a tract of RH| acre* laid out by
Da'id Murphy, ;hi February, ItiJIO, anil
h uh ?neb shape, m-irka and forms, as a
remrvey plat will inure fully show : Bound
ed on Hie Bast by lauds of D. \\. Felder and
Jo.m Qrutitling, oh the South by lauds of
D; \V. leider ami kV. O. ?'ollier. und on I lie
Noi.'h ami West by binds of W. O.iknrin and
iVi O. Colli?r, hidtigl he same lau I cuuveyu 1
to 'f. C. Andrews by deed dated Ulli Janu
ary, |870, executed i"y I.. II. Collier.
^2._^ls_?. AU 'J'"' pl-in'attoii or tract of
lai .it g 200 it eres, more or le.H, "m,l.';t?u \'y
lau s of dipt. J. s. Bowman, Mrs. Snllie
Bowman, Estate of Itinulf, an I Homestead
tract Estate of Rehcoca Shuler, deceased,
II.? owned be L. II. SllllllCr. Said tract or
plantation sold as part of tho Real Estate of
Rebecca Sliuler, decei.ii I. ail convayed
ii'y T; C. An Irewa. as Judge of I'rebate, to
Mrs. II. M. Andrews, hy deed dated 7
Purchaser t>> pay for pipers au I record
Tho Sluli* ol' South Carolina,
OUANlj KISiritU COUNTY,
In Common Pli':as.
Mrs. II. M. An Irows Assignee )
iif W in. M. Sain. |
vs j Foreclosure
.1. I!. Stephens ami C. ti. |
By virtue of the judgment of foreclosure
tiled in this ease, I will sell at Oraugeblirg
Court House on the Salcsday in January
next, all thai Iriul or parcel of land situate
in tin- county ot Orangebiirg, containing
UI7 acres more or lean, and humide I oil thu
North by lauds of Dr. R. II. Knolls, S null
by I he Edistn River, Hast hy estate lands of
J. S. Jennings and of Sarah a id Mary
Graves, and Weal hy lands ot Dr. B. II.
Terms cash. Pitrehaser.s to pay for pa
pers ami recording.
Joseph a. Keller. Plaintiff, J
T. K, Saspoiius, Defendant. J
By virtue of foreclosure herein, I will
sell at public outcry, ai Orangebiirg Court
House, on the first Monday in February.
lo7">, for cash :
All that plantation or tract of land i
laiiiing '-"-'o acres more or less, situate on
Whirlwind Branch, waters of North Edisjta
River, bouiide I on the Northwest hy W. S.
Dudley, South by L. VVisseiiliiinl, Southeast
by J. Riley, Northeast by S. Reach, Mrs.
.1 ohlison and ot hers.
Also all that lot or parcel of land situate
in the loan of Orangebiirg, on Market
Strei t, forty-t wo feet an I eight inches front
ami running bank two liuintr*d and seventy
oue fed to the lauds formerly owned by
James Barley, doeeasel, mid boan led on
the North by lauds of Independent Elliott
Hook .* Ladder Company. South by J. 8.
Bowman, lias; hy Market Street.
Viirchasui- to pay for papsrs an I record
January !>ili, 187"?. E. I. CAIN,
jan IB?til S^ <>. C.
I will open n School on the Ith of Janu
ary next, ror 01 RLS and YOUNG bADIBS,
and HOYS under I - years of age in the
following branches of atti ly :
English ('rauiiiinr: Heography, Arithme
tic (Davio::), Composition, Rhetoric, Logic,
intellectual and Natural Philosophy, His*
lory, Primae- and Uilliivcrsal, together
with nil prii.ui " studies.
Algebra and Gcomorlry will bolaiight as
soon as l am able to ci'.ploy n tss'al int.
Terms $2, and $51, per month.
Apply to me nt my Residence on New
Street " doom "..th of tho Lutheran
0. A. HOUGH
dec r_ 1ST 1 4?
I bog leave to informs tho CITIZENS of this County that I havo on haul
and will constantly keoop a FULL SUPPLY <>f
HEAVY GROCERIES, LIQUORS, WINES,
TOBACCOS & SUGARS,
Resides I ha'o FITTED UP the Smnll Raiding, one door above my Store,
for the purpose of Supplying this market with EVE It V
DELICACY OP THE SEASON,.
Such as Fish, Oysters, Cheese, Fruit, Canned Goods, ?fco. Come up ye lovers of
GOODS THINGS and see what a variety of tho above articles I kc.jp.
AUGUTUS FISCHER, Grocer.
low is the
Notwithstanding the ftltKAT FIIIK and the I/ISSBS mot with, I hire onbinl ami
will constantly keep a FULL SU1TLY of
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
And the I JEST CHEWING TORACCO and FIVE CENT SEGAR in
the town, besides other fine Bran Is, with many oMur u^jful artiolos .
Mease call an 1 BN \MINH for yourselves.
L. RANSDALB, Rroughton Street.
jan 10 1870 I? Ij
tit l!f OC^FT TI17
IS OFFERING to his CUSTOMERS and tho PUBLIC generally
My STOCK of ti();)i?S is COM PL KT It in all tho
Ah I PRICES so LOW It
.IVKU I? * "?
AT SAME OLD STAND
jan hi lS7"i
C ? IIA RI/ETON S. O.
THK VBUY BKST FK IIT I LI/.BUS for COTiOX, CORN WHEAT. TURK
other Crops, prepared utuler tho Special Supervision of the Company's CktSkls
JULIAN UA V BN KL.
SOLUBIiB OUANO, Cash $51), Time (Nov. 1st), $05.
ACID PHOSPHATE, Cash Time (Nov. 1st), $:J*.
We otler a very Liberal Discount on the above ltatcs for Cash Sales, prepaid.
Address K. C. WILLIAMS, Treasurer, Key Box
WILHAMS, BLACK & WILLIAMS, Agents, No. 3 South Atlantie Wharf.
SOLE AGENT at ORAIfGKBURG, 8o. C*.
The State of South Carolina
COUNTY OK ORANGtiBlJllO,
COUUT OK COMMON t'LKAS.
Mary R. Oliver, Adiiiinistratrix ~|
Frederick K. Oliver. Rachel E. i
btpiguer, I.n\v.rence It. Mnr
shall and Harriet Iiis wife. Jiihy for Relief.
('. Oliver. Knllio M. Oliver
mill Annie Nellie Oliver, luliii
Thomas Oliver and Marlon Complaint
l.ee Oliver, by II. W. Koillicrly,
their (iuariliaii, oil ///m.ii.
ii ml Adam Smoke, ? red it or, un 1 not Served
tlie oilier creditor* of llitOJ
I 7'n ihr Defendunlt?
j SALLIE M. OLIVER, KACHEL E. SPIO
NEN, F. T. K. OLIVER:
Yen are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint In this action,
which is filed in the Olftee of the Clerk of
I ihe Court for said County and to -i .?. a
copy of your nuswer to the said complaint
j en the subscriber at his olfice in town of
j Orangeburg, opposite Court House Square,
t within twenty days after the service hero
I of. exclusive of the day of such servies:
ami ^ von fail to answer the complaint
within the tit*! e aforesaid, the plaint iff in
this action will apply to Iho Court for Ilia
relief demanded in the complaint
of Thomas Oliver, Plaintiff,
Dated Dec. 11, 1871.
W. J. Dr.TREVILLE.
The State of South Carolina
COUNTY OP ORA.NGEBUR/>,
Court op Common Pleas
John L. Moorer, Plaintiff, J
Mary B. Oliver, Adminis
tratrix, Fred'k Oliver,
Hnolicl I". Spigncr, Law
rence K. Marshall and .
Harriet 8. Mtrsluill, his \
wife, Juby C OMver,
Snllio M. Oliver, Annie
Nellie Oliver, Julia Thom
as Oliver ami Marion Leo
7' llie Defendants?
FREDERICK K. OLIVER, RACHEL E.
SPIONKR and BALLIG M. OLIVSR:
You nro herchy rmimmned and required
* :,>?''<)? tho complaint in this notion which
i.s tiled in iho olhcc ot tho Clerk of Common
Pleas, for tho said County and to ?ort? a
copy of your answer to the said complaint
on the sub&oribors at shcir office, Russell
Street, Orangcbnrg, South Carolina, within
twenty days nftcr the service hereof, exclu
sive of .the day of such service; and If you
fail to nnsner the within complaint withiu
the lime aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
tion ill spply to the Court for tho relief
domamied in the complaint,
put od Uco. 1ft, 1874. 1ZLAU DIBBLE.
if Plaintiff's Attorneys,