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L O O A. Tu.
J. FELDER MEYERS, Assistant Edi tor.
SATURDAY, FEB# -tf$**8jfo
IIIIWI \ IWII 1 1 11 ? "t'111
Bro?^hlon Street is fujl of holes.
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It commenced to rain on Wednesday
Wallace Cannon has a street lamp.
Three cheers for Wallace !
Cur formers nie proparing their
grounds for planting.
Umbrellas were indespenEable tn
A. J. Shaw.wns elected Judge
of flioThird Circuit on yesterday.
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Mr. W. T. Light foot has purchased
tho residence of Mr. Goo. S . Shircr for
$3,000 cash. Mr. L. is a thorough
We learn that Kohn and Brother
design erecting a brick building on th e
ground where their former dry goods
Mr. L. Ransdale does a good busi"
ne?s, and soils groceries cheap. Call
oa him opposite M ullcr's old stand.
Mr. L. can crack a joke that would
make a cynic smile.
Mr. W. E. Williams is up again, and
now gives the Post Office his personal
attention. We are truly glad to see
him thus recovered, and trust that he
may leng live in tho work of distribut
ing our mails.
Wo.lcorutbat Dr. \ Wannamakor do
signs erecting a fine brick building on
Eussel Street in which he will open a
first class drug ?tore. The Doctor has
a Bplendid reputation as a druggist, aud
we wish him success.
Conductor P. Duffio of the South
Caroling Rail road, is one of the clever
?yi^pjoycd ' Ho is ever, oourteous and
polite iu his nttenti on to Iravblersi He
will please accept tho thanks of our
publisher for recent kindnesses.
Out County Treasurer requests us to
state again, that the 21st will, positively ,
be the last day on which 1 is office will
be open for the collection of taxes.
After that time tho penalty will be at.
tached and executions vissued . Pay up
all ye who*desire to save money.
Mr. Frantz Briggmann carries on his
business in a business way. Iiis gro
eery is complete, and his charges
moderate. Frank hnsu't got but one (?)
iron in the firo and devote b his time
steadily to his store. Messrs Fenneker
and Vince are active and courteous
Tho American Newspaper Adver
tising Agency of Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
1N?W York, is the only establishment of
tho kind iu the Uuited States whioh
keeps itself persistently before the
people by advertising in newsjo aj)crs.
jThey:; :e'?idenflyf?rf?ei<?? \ ,their r ewardj
for wo have it from a reliable source
that advertising orders issued by them
for their customers have exceeded three
thousand dollars a day since tho com
mencement of the year, and this is not a
very good year for advvrtising either.
PIHENIA' GROCERY HO USE?
Wallace Cannon is now pre pared to
satisfy tho wants of his ops^outors. His
largo now store on Ru&sel Street stands
out in bold relief of what tho fire did
for him and evidences the fact thnt pluck
and porseveronco can overcome seem
ingly insurmountable obstacles. Can
non's store is now noxt in size to Cor
nelson's, and we predict for him a busi
ness both larget a^tj^'r^fiuble, Y-3i
stock is complete, his prices 1 ow, and
his desiro to aocouiraodato his friends,
boundless. Mr. 8ain (Bill wo mean)
is as smiling as a full-blown flower
and dispenses favors right and loft at
vows that no one shall ever loavo him
dis9atiBfied. Upon tho whulo of it,
Cannon's;! prospects ; aro bright/,^ wil v
bo seen by his advertisement in another
column. Wallace is a fcingTe man, but
rumor has it that he has a kind heart,
apd is very fon d of QHttSSGi?
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".The maiiy friends Mr. John English
will find him at tho popular establish
mcnt of F. DeMars.
Some whiskey drummer who signed
himself "Rambler" from Charleston
paid a visit to "tho city of Lexington"
not long since, ond not being treated
with that respect which he thought was
duo to one of his station, got mad,
rushed into print, in the columns of the
Phoenix, abused tho "city of Lexing
ton," cnllcd it a "deserted village," &c.,
&c. The young Lcxingtonians have
got their blood up about the matter,
and one of them in "the Dispatch
cxtcuds an invitation to "Rambler" to
visit the "city of Lexington" again, so
that ho may receive scvoral medals,
which arc in waiting for him, in the
shape of impressions in leather, rang
ing from number sixes to tcn3.
Another belligerent wants "Rambler"
when ho comes, to make his advent
"into our city," we hope he may arrive*
by day, that our boys might meet him,
and yvith their usual civility, show him
the egg battery,and other little simple
If "Rambler" has any seiiBe about
him, ho will avoid Lexiugton. At all
events, we ?hould disliko to have him
go there yet awhile.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
At a meeting of Orangehurg Divi?ion
No. 24 S. of T. held on the evening of the
8th iust., the following Preamble and
. 'Whereas, in the Providence of Uiin who
doeth "what seemeth to Him good," our
Sister THEODOC1A SJ WHITE HE AD has
been taken fr om our midst: and, Whereas,
it becomes us while sorrowing over our loss
to bow in submission to His will: therefore
Retolviii, That in the death of Sister T. S.
WHIT EUE AD, this Division has been
deprived of a true and faithful member.
Resolved, That we tender to the family of
nur deceased dBSUttWfc our heartfelt
s\ in) at hies in t !ilflWHHSGa?0K8fc ?;ion.
aud commend them to Him who is "the
Ktsu rrectiou and the Life."
ResolviJ, That a blank page in our
minute book be inscribed to her memory,
and that wo wear the usual badge of
mourning for thirty days.
Resolved, That a copy of these Resolutions
be sent to the faintly, und be published in
the "Temperance Advocate," "Orungeburg
Timts and ??Orangcburg Nkwj."
February 8th 1875.
T. 0. S. D1BI1LE, R. S.
Exirac. from minutes.
jAll MARSHALS now on duty are hereby
notified thai on the 16th ot the present
month they will be relieved from duly; and
that, on the above mentioned day, Council
hold a meeting for the purpose of electing
two (2) MARSHALS.
Applicants for the positions will hand
in their names before the 15th and for
further iraformation thoy can apply to the
By order of Council.
feb 8 1875 2t
The Slate of South Caroliun,
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON, Esquire,
WHERE A S, Charles R. Jones hath made
suit to me, to grant to him Letters of
Administration of the Estate and effects of
Joseph McNamara, late of said County
These arc therefore to cite atid admonish
all and singular the kindred aud Creditors
of tho said Joseph McNamara deceased,
that \they;be and appear, bfcforQ.mc, in the
Court of l/robiitcj to ho hold at Oringoburg
C. II., on February 17t'h day next, after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the foro
noon, to show cause, if any they have why
the said Administration should not be
Given under my hand, this 30th day of
January Anno Domini 1875
[l. n.] AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
Judge Probate, 0. C.
fob 0 1875 2t
Notice of Dismissal.
One moth from dote I shall fdc with tho
Probate Judge of Orangehurg County, mv
iflhaC lofecbdnt as guardian of Freeman \V.
Riloy and ask for dismissal from suoh
ON AN R. RILEY. .
Orangehurg, February 0, 1875 4t
The ?to~ofSouth Caroiiiift,
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTOi:, Esoj.,
Judge of Probato in said Conn v.
?/?4VHpRd$lter*J^?ttoa|'-EvS/cott hath made
fl^ft tof e^4^?j'to%!F letters of Admin
"'istration of tho Estate andetrecls of Linsey
M. Burkett, lato of said County, deceasod.,
These arc therefore to cite and admoaigdi
all and singular tho kindred and Creditors
of the said deceased, to be and appear he
fore mo at a Court of Probato for tho snid
County, to bo holden at my Othoe in Orange
hurg, S. C, on tho Kith day of February
1,875^af 11-o'clock ?A^ M;, io,Bhow cause'if
any, why "the said Administration should
not bo granted.
Given under my band and sonl this 20th day
of Junu&ry Anno Domini 1875.
IL.8.1 AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
j I f^ifi|^0?^2t Judge of Probate.
County Commissioner's Office,
ORANGEBUKG:: S. C, Sept. 5th 1875
Pursuant to Sec. 27 of an Ac.t "Defining tjio Jurisdiction and duties of COLT NTY
COMMISSIONERS," approved September 20th, 18(58. and all Acts Amendatory thereto,
tho CLAIMS ngninst tho County of Ornngehurg, AUDITED by the Board of County Com
missioners, showing the Eqponditures, and for what, purpose*, from Nov. 1st 1873 to Not.
Ist 187*1, uro bcroby published :
Jns Van Tnssel. Contingent fund
Alexander Drown. "
E T It Smoak. "
John Robinson. "
C II Oreon. "Witness fund
James P Maya. Trial Justice fund
" . Court fund
W C Reeves. Trial Justice fund
A F Browning.
W IT Recdish.
E .Simme and another. "
Carolina Thomas.J. Road and bridge fund
F 13 Johnson. Trial Justice
Pet or Drown. "
Lewis Moss. "
M I Browning. Court fund
Abrain Martin. Poor fund
T Kohn Dro. ?*
D Louis & Samuel Dibble.,
John II Livingston. Road and bridge fund
Martin Livingston. "
L A Zcicler.
J P M Foures....
Joseph It Shni p.
Ceo W Baxter...,
James R Watt...
Thos J ("rider....
R It Duncan.
James P Mays.T.. Court fund
C B (Dover. "
T Kohn & Dro.
Jacob Fi blich.
E I Cain.
Ceo Bolivcr. "
E Mcntzel. Contingent fund
,1 .J W Joiner.
Trial justice fund
C II Qr<
J J Cannon..
J J Mitchell.
J Felder Meyers.
?f ~ ..
II P Cooko.
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IF YOU WANT
Dry Goods, Groceries, Tobacco, Shoos, &c,
BEAU IN MIND that it may be greatly to YOUR INTEREST to exam
tie the St ock of
SISTRUNK & RISER,
Before purchasing elsewhere. . P ?. ,.m ,
They nre to be found in the NEW STORE in rear of Messrs. BULL,
SCOVILL & PIK E, and will be glad at ull times to see their lrtondi and tho
I beg leave to informs the CITIZENS of this County that I have on baud
ntul will constantly keoop a PULL SUPPLY of
HEAVY GROCERIES, LI QUO US. WINES,
TOBACCOS & SEGAUS
Besides I have FITTED UP the Small Bidding, ono door above my Store,
for tho purpose of Supplying this market With KVEUY
DELICACY 0* THE EASON,
Suoh as FiBh, Oysters, Checso, Fruit, C.i
GOODS THINGS and see what a
ud Goods, cvC Come up ye lovers of
variety of the above articles 1 keep.
AUGUTUS FI&jCHEB, Grocer.
New Goo HI
OLD BILLIARD ROOM. -
T have FITTED UP the nboro TLACE and now HAVE on HAND a w?U ASSORTED
Holh HEAVY and LIGHT, which in QUANTITY, QUALITY and PRICE, cannot SUR
PASSED iu town. 1:0 9T? 1
MY SAMPLE ROOM
In the Rear, h*H been REFITTED and con'ain* EVERYTHING in that lino, usuaUy'Wpt
in a FIRST CLASS SALOON. Cull and look around before purchasing cI?Mrll?&,
F, DEM ARS. U
id to sc?
J?^gy Mr john KNGLTSII is councctcd with inc aud will boglad'to see all
friends and the Public generally. ?? *'Jivrft
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GEORGE H. C0RNELS0N ,1?'
I AM HAPPY TO BE ARLE TO ANNOUNCE TO MY F1UENDS an 1 the pu ilia A?
general, (hat ,
I HAVE EESUMED BUSINESS?
again, howovcr, on a smaller scale, and can bo found at tho FURNITURE STORE, bier
of the Engine House, until I am able to move into the new and commodious store A?Wi in
course of erection. ,,
AT MY OLD STAND
which I hope to have completed in a months tims. Having but'small accommodations at
present I am unable to keep a large stogk, but what is lacking in stock I vail make up in
low prices, and therefore invite all to givo mi a cill an 1 g.U oh cap goods. I
As soon as I can get my store and store-house up again I will bo ready for All boeintjSf
as heretofore, only on u
?J .< ;M\> '10
MUCH LARGER SCALE.
thanking my friends and the public for past favors and for'the EN
couragement received during the late dinastor.
i remain, respectfully yours,
george h. cornelso^.
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Of the TRAD/, to our ASSORT EE STOCK of GENERAL MERCHANDISE ?ensistingof
DRY GOOES, CANNED FRUITS.' f"'f
U ATS, PEACHES,
&c., \c. TOMATOES.
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GROCERIES CHOICE -
BACON, Dry Salt. COFFEE,
STRIPS. Smoaked. SUGARS, -? >K
HAMS, baggeg. TEAS, .,a4
? PICKLED BEEP, TIN WARE, ? fttt:.|(y%
PEARL GRIST. SMOKING TOBACC.Q
BOLTED GRIST, CHEWING TO?i??O.
ALE and SEG ARS, Of all Kind?. .. 0
AGENT FOR .
HAZLITT Sd CO.jS bitterb. i
C. D. KORTJOHN B
Has en hand a FULL and COMPLETE STOCK of
LKiUOKN, SEGARS. TOBACCCS, and a full stock of
canned goods, fhuit, nuts, &o.
And have also added to the aoovo stock
Clothing, Dry Goods, Slices and Hats.
All of which is offered at VERY LOW TRI ES
W. K. CROOK.
J. W. M?SELEI
IS OFFERING to his CUSTOMERS and the PUBLIC generally
My STOCK of GOODS is COMPLETE in all the
and PRICES so LOW that all will purohas and go ai?ay FULLY SATISFIED that they
RECEIVED BARGAINS. '
AT SAME OLD STAND
jan 16 187p c