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J. FELDER MEYERS, Assistant Editor.
SATURDAY, FEB. 20, 1875.
Yesrcrddy'WdfJ cloudy^ Joddo-8 Scrap
rnonoSolized^aH the fire.
What will make a man walk crooked ?
????. * ? ???
Mr. Frantz Briggmann has improved
'the side walk in front of his store.
Mr. D. Louis' store has been repain
ted and looks fifty per cent, better.
Our Comity Treasurer is the happiest
man in the state, lie says the people
havo paid up admirably.
r .; garde?ers nre,: determined to
;eayly\-vegetables. \'. Some of them
alVeadv plaritcdd heir^fera^:*' *
y planted i heir "crap
Hermann Wahlers has the tooth ach e
"We suggested forceps as a cure. Her
-mann thought Ginger Ale the best.
Everythiug smells of guauo along
^RubscI Street uow. The grass is begin
'nfngto sprout all around from the scent
The Town Council met on Monday
'last and elected as marshals, Messrs .
Z. M*. Wolfe and J. D. Wolfe. These
gentlemen ate faithful and' - Watoh fdl
The H?n. T. C Andrews was in town
on Tuesday and Monday last. Ho look
ed well considering the manner in
which he has been harassed in the
Mrs. I. P. Thompson died on Sunday
?rjoruing last, at the residence of her
husband in this place. The funeral
ceremonies /were-performed on -Monda y
iftcruoon at the Episcopal Church.
heard a man say the other day
would have a drove of mules
a week's time that would
*n and a half feet with out
[head friend, W. T. Lightf&t.
[.crs hard at work on an ad
new- otoro.- Lightfoot is
?orre of our most straight forward nud
successful merchants, and we are glad
<o note this iinprovoment.
The Base Bull seasou is drawiug near,
4imi*our youug men should begin to pre
fare themselves for the sport. Who
are the champion* of Oraugeburg?
llos the question ever nbeeu definitely
t I t ' f ) ;1 \
Mr. M.[Albictch has resumed'b'\is?
fceES at his old staod\ His nCW Stornos
larger than his first, and his stock of
groceries and liquors are moro complete.
Mat's tobacco and cigars are the best iu
the Burg. Give him a call one and all.
Our friend the of Times is approhen
eiveof runniug against some one of dark
bights, and pleads for street lamps. We
ulwayB gave him credit, lor staying
home alter sun dowa but judge- from
the above that wo were in error. Lot
us have tho street lamps Mr. Mayor.
COUNT? TREASURER LEVINOSTON
Has reduced the force in his office now
that the collection of taxes is over. He
reports that there are not near as many
eieot manner in which ho has conducted
his office. John gives universal .satis
faction. Long may ho wave.
delinquents^ tbis year as there were 1
. \j?Mt come? 'from : the prompt and <
J. WALLACE CANNON? m
Is filling up his store more and more
every day. He recoived tho other day
the fiaest lot ol cabbages wo ever saw
Two of them was as big as Churlie
Hall. Wallace proposes to keep stcadi
ly on hand a full supply of vegetables,
fruits, grain, seeds, &o, besides his fiuo
groceries,, cigars and liquors. Ho is
not a-going to marry yet a while.
The Temperance Society of this place
is increasing in influence and members
very rapidly. Under the guidiug hands
of the Rev. Mr. Couipboll aud Dr.
Elliott, tho O^der cannot but prosper.
Its mission it - a^aodooV,- and shoufd
command the respoct of all sobor think
ing men. Intemperance has. done more
to curse this fair land of ours than any
other ovit with whish wo have had to
coutcud. It is a most degrading vice.
The Temperance Order would fain
gather ^hjjutj^ynder ita protecting
wieg, and teach them tho beauty of a
toLer, temperate and virtuous life; for
"Health consists with Temperance alone,
And peace, ? VirtuoI(pca?e 1b all thy own.
DR. J. G. WANNA MAKER?
Has a new advertisement in to-day's
paper. The Doctor's success in busi
ness may be judged from the amount of
Advertising he does; It "is only those
Chat aro baroly paying expenses who
are afraid-of.printer's ink; * J}r Wanna
makor has conviuocd tho public of bis
ability as a druggist, and .his prescrip
tions are looked upon as boing safe
TIlE GREENVILLE DAILY NEWS?
This spright ly daily, published at
Greenville, and edited by Mr. A. M.
Speights, has found its way iuto our
sanctum at last, aud we oau as.->uro its
conductors that its bright face afforded
us uo ?little pleasure Tho appearance
of tho iVetcs spenk? well for Greeuville.
'We shall be glad to oxchange with our
contemporary rogularly, albeit it may
lead td the brcak'iug of a lauee occasion
ally, between us.
. r H k/ t h ?fi ? a fl
%*...,-4W i9 a v.?r"** -a >'.
Mr. Tho8. B. Long, secret Agent of
the Post Office Departmout, paid our
Burg a visit during the last week. Wo
had the pleasuio of aoall from him and
found that he know exactly the nature
of his busiuess. Mr Long is au intelli
gout gentleman, and is thoroughly
familiar with tho oouditiou of the
country. He said that Quv. Chamber
lain had won a national fame for the
manner in which ho is governing this
On Monday afternoon last, Mr. Geo
Bolivar camo within an aoe ort" losing
his life. Ho was iu awagou to which
was hitched his favorite au! m il, and as
he started to drive out of his yard gato,
the steed took a fright, bolted from the
gato and ran ?round Mr. Bolivor's
house. In attempting to jump from tha
wugon Mr. B. got his fact entangled in
the 1 iues, aud was dragged aloug for
somo distauce on the grouud. His
injuries woro not serio.ua,.though suffi
ciently i painful to alafin tho muily
calm and philosophic George. Wo ai e
giad to announce that ho is hotter.
GEO. H. 6 ORNELSON?
Is r.t his old stand again. Ho moved
into his immense new store on yester
day, and when his stock arrives here
from New York, ho will bo able to pre
sent suoh bargains to his customers as
will both benefit.and delight_Lhejn. .. His.
building. is thirty foet wide and one
hundred and fifty feet Jin length, aud
will hold enough goods to supply the
wants of the County. Mr. Cernelspn
does not only mean to keep the trade
hero, but also to draw it from other
places to Orangoburg. Country mer
chants will find it to their advantage to
make their purchases from Mr. Con el
son. lie jwill give them rare bargains.
John ..D?nner got back from New York
oh labt evening, and says the only thing
I hb didn't bring I'rOm'that metropolis, is
tho Bcechcr-Tilton scandal; so the cub
tomers of Cornelson may look for a
treat at his new - toro. The affable and
polite George v\ Brunson is with Mr C
Notice of Dismissal.
One moth from date I shall file with the
Probate Judge of Orangeburg County, my
fjfaal account as I guardian of Freeman W.
Riley and ask for dismissal from auch
ONAN B. RILEY.
Orangcburg, February t>, 1875 4t
Estate Notice?All persons
having claims against the Estate of the
late Esido J. Oliveros, dcoeascd will present
the same, properly nttostcd, to the under
signed; and all persons indebted are re
quested to in,ike immediate payment, to
t . EfROSAC. OLIVEROS,
hi. : I V . ( C . j ^Qualified Executrix.
Orangeburg,'8. C, February 8th 1375.
feb la 1875 3t
?HANEBURG DRUG STORE
TO, L 6. WAilMNAKE?
Can be found a complete Stock of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES,
PAINTS, OILS, FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCOS, &c.
I beg leave to express my GRATEFUL THAN KS to the PUBLIC for the Liberal
Support givn me heretofore, and solicit a continuance .if the same. I will diligently
serve the good people of this County and vicinity as PRACTICAL OOMPOUN I)/flt of
MEDICINES, both DAY and NIGHT, unoassuro strkVund prompt attention to all orders
entrusted to ray care
Be?- PARTICULAR ATTENTION givon to the PURITY of MEDICINES. "VB?
feb 20 35 1875 ly
County Commissioner's Office,
orangeburg, S. C, Sept. 5th 1875
Pursuant to Sec. 27 of an Act "Defining the Jurisdiction and duties of COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS," npproved September 2(!th, 1808. and all Acts Amendatory thereto,
the CLAIMS against the County of Orangeburg, AUDITED by thu Hoard of County Com
missioners, showing the Expenditures, and for what purposes, from Nov. 1st 137:$ to Nor.
1st 1874, nre hereby published :
Art?!?. Claimed Allotted
F B Johnson.."7... Trial justice fund.121 00. 90 00
Jim Robinson. Koad and bridgo fund... 10 00. 10 00
Robert Cotton. " ... 10 00. 10 (X)
Henry Mack. ?? ... 25 00. 25 00
Elliott Honk & Ladder Co. Court fund.275 00.275 00
Orangcburg News Co. Contingent fund.855 00.855 00
Jzl.ar & Dibble. ?? .100 (?0.100 00
F W Fairy. Road and bridge fund... 8 80. 8 80
. " ... 72 55. 72 55
W II Rccdish. Trial Justice fuud .1.17 50.120 00
E Simms. ?? .07 80. 82 80
S Alex. Witness fund. 0 30. 0 30
* A J Syfrctt. ?? . 0 00. 0 60
Simpy Caulley. " . 4 50. 4 60
Giles Spires. " . 3 50. 3 50
Primus Burwick. " . 4 00. 4 00
T Kohn & Bro. " Court fund. 21 50. 21 50
E 1 Cain. " .109 05.109 ?5
Gco Boliver. " .283 15.183 45
J W Keilt. Poor fund. 33 00. 25 00
C .1 Holmes. ? . 3 00. 8 00
Sallio MoMichael. . 22 00. 25 00
-A Fisher. ?< . 45 10. 45 10
F H W Briggmann..,. " . 4 25. 4 25
Geo Williams. " . 21 50. 21 50
A C Dukes. " . 80 25. 80 25
Ahrain Marlin. " . 10 00. 10 00
W A Meroney. " . 5 00. 2 00
J R Wannaraaker. Road and bridge fund.... 17 30. 17 30
Andrew Piuckney. " ... 27 20. 'JO ()0
Carolina Thomas. " ... 20 00. 20 00
Lewis Berry. ' ?? ... 74 80. 74 80
John H Dukes.'.. \ " ... 8 00. 8 00
P. A Sharpw._._ J*_ 90 QQ...... t?i OQ
lliUiarU Wrigl. ?? ... 10 00. 10 00
0 H Hall. ... 13 00. 15 00
John II Phillips. " ... 80 00. 25 00
Median Gil more. ?? ... 'J,', 00. 25 00
V D Bowman. ?? ... 24 00. 20 00
A D Bozard. ?? ... io 00. 10 00
. " ... 7 00. 7 00
. " ... 10 50. 10 50
. " ... 50 00. 20 00
J ohn .1 rt olte. l3 f|0. ,2 qq
Lewis h Myers. .. 9 U(). 9 ^
\\ . ?? ... 10 00. 10 00
T , " ... 5 00. 6 00
i^GT,b8on" ... 15 00. 15 05
g ?f'5.onCi" - :!tl 60. 85 BO
1 M Homier. ... 3 co. a G0
. " ... 12 40. 12 10
. " .... 25 00. 25 00
. " ... 3 00. 3 00
p MF Hull. g oo. g 00
J D Smoake. ,? ly lM). ]9 00
James Weeks. ? 75 0(). 2u 00
JSRowe....... ., goo. 0 00
Andrew l incknoy. Witness fund. 3 80. 3 80
Israel M Lrown. Tl.ittl Ju8tico fund . 3 00. 3 00
. " . 33 00. 33 00
P id General. ., . 38 2r>. 28 00
J D P.07.aid.
J C Edward*.
D D Funchcss
35 00. ;<0 00
15 00. 15 00
J J Mitchell. " . 6 00. 6 00
j p MllVS . " . 20 00. 20 00
Peter Brown;,..J.'..... " . ? 00. ? ?0
A C Dukes. " 20 00. 20 (?0
O H Ott. " 4o (M). 20 00
,7 " . 31 30. 31 30
G R SummeVZV".'.*'.". " . ??. ? 00
J A Funches. . " ;'?. \\ 50
John II Phillips. " .? 29 00. 15 80
R V Danuelly.
0 00. 4 00
50 00. 2S 00
8 00. 4 00
47 50. 35 00
9 00. 8 50
24 00. 10 00
[Continued next Week.']
FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS!
I nm happy to announce that I havo this day removed to my
NEW AND COMMODIOUS STORE
AT MY OLD STAND nnd am now receiving an ENTIRELY NKW STOCK
Dry Goods, Groceries, Ilardwaro, Roots and Shoos, Hats,
Saddlory, and Harness, Wood, Willow,
Glass and Crookey Waro,
I am also proparcd to furnish GUANOS and FERTILIZERS in any
quuatity, of which I am now receiving :
500 Tons ETI WAN GUANO.
100 Tons " DISSOLVED RONE.
500 Tt na ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE.
100 Tons ATLANTIC ACID PHOSPH ATE.
200 Ton? E. FRANK 6'OES PHOSPATE.
100 Tons PISH GUANO VERY HIGH AMONI A.
Also LAND PLASTER, PERUVIAN GUANO and LIME.
Doping to retain that large share of your patronage which I so ^enro usly
reccivod bofore the fire. I guaranty LOW PR LOKS and FAIll DBA LING
Pleaso call and examine my now Stor i and now Stojtc and obllgo.
GEORGE H. CORNELSON.
OLD BILLIARD ROOK
I have FITTED UP the aboro PLACE and now HAVE on HAND n weil ASH?"r>,?r?
8TOCK of ? *
Both HEAVY and LIGHT, which iu QUANTITY, QUALITY* aal I'll ICE, cannot bo SUR.
PASSED in town.
MY SAMPLE ROOM
In the Rear, U*s been REFITTED and contains EYE RYTH ING in that lino, usually "kap?
? in a FIRST CLASS SALOON. Call aud look ar ound before purchasing objenaoro.
3&~ Mr. JOHN ENGLISH is connected with mo aud will boglad to see all
frieuds and the Public generally.
jau 23 (62-0-25 lJTi
I Now Invite
Of the TRADE to our ASSORTEE STOCK of GENERAL MERCHANDISE ?oniisliagaf
DRY GOOES, CANNED FRUI - *
&C, &.G. TOMATOES. |
BACON, Dry Salt. COFFEE,
STRIPS, Smoakcd. SUGARS,
HAMS, baggeg. TEAS.
PICKLED BEEF, TIN WARE,
PEARL GRIST, SMOKING TOBACCO,
BOLTED GRIST, CHEWING TOBACCO,
MEAL. LIQUORS, _ j
WINES, - v JX
ALE and SEGARS, Of all Kinds.
AGENT FOR -
HAZL1TT Sd CO.'S bittej
c. d. kortjohn
Has en hand a FULL and COMPLETE STOCK of
"LIQUORS, SEGARS. TOBACCOS, and a full Btook of
CANNED GOODS, FRUIT, NUTS, ?feo.
Ami have also added to tho aoovo stock
CotMng, Dry Goods, Shoes and Hats.
All of which is offered at VERY LOW PRI ES
W. K. CEOOK.
IS OFFERING to his CUSTOMERS and tho PUBLIC generally
My STOCK of GOODS is COMPLETE in all the
and PRICES bo LOW that all will purchas and go away FULLY SATISFIED thai they
AT SAME OLD STAND
jan l? 1875 t
I beg leave to informs tho CITIZENS of this County that I have on h?nd
aud will constantly koocp a FULL SUPPLY" of
HEAVY GROCERIES, LIQUORS. WINES,
TOBACCOS & SEGARS.
Besides I havo FITTED UP tho Small Bidding, ono door abovo my Stor?,
lor tho purpose of Supplying this market with EVERY
DELICACY OF THE EASON,
Such as Fish, Oysters, Chooso, Fruit, Canned Goods, &o, Ootno np ye lovers %t
GOODS THINGS aud soo what a variety of tho abovo artioles I keep.
AUGUTTTS FISCHER, Grocer.