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Nino Years' Exprience
DRUGS and MEDICIENS.
TOILBT ARTICLE 3,'
I have on band also a suply of
SEEDS amd ONION SETTS.
PercTiptiono earcfuly compounded, orders
from the country nt richly attended to at the
Poplar Drug Store of
DR. A. C. DUKES.
Jan 23 1874 ly
r ^&MtI y ! ? '
In its MOST IMPROVED STYLE, and at
over Wiloook's & Wolfo's Store, with
?atisfaction to all, by
4 rjBi f. vucsxarFirss, ?entist
V W CHARLESTON; ctro ljS"foffnd at his
' OFFICE above Captain HAMIL
TON'S STORE, on Mar
References?Das. J. P. Patrick, B. A.
Muckikwbs, A. P. Pelzer, M. D., and
Mkssrb. Pklzbr, Roooers & Co.
- - -- r -_;_
To the Aflfticted!
I wus CURED of CANCER on the lip by
Dr. T. Ii. MALONE.
J. W. "DAVIS, """"I
RantowleB, S. C.
I w?8?curcd of CANCER on the right
cheek, of three yeara standing, by Dr. T. ft.
MALONE,* of Orangeburg, 8. C.
C. R. RAST,
St Matthews, S. C.
$5 to & 20
Per Dtty at Home. Terms free.
Address Q. STINSON & CO.,
jan 29 1875 ly
N 0 T ItC E
...> to,thb s\; -<r .r*
MOSES M. BROWN, tho Barb cr pledges
himself to keep up with the times in all the
LATE IMPROVEMENTS, ns his business is
sufficient to gurantee the above. Ho will
be found at his old stand, ever ready to
serve his customers at the shortest notice.
:npl 11, ?- v -i 80
m & sons,
THE REST,01L IN USE.
Warranted 150 Degrees Fire Test.
TATER WHITE IN COLOR.
* FULLY DEOD1ZED.
[?bunts in all
lL OIL AND KEROSENE LAMPS,
it. Ask for "Aladdca Security," and
take no other.
C. WEST & SONS,
113 and 115 W. Lombard St.,
oot 24?24 Baltimoro, Md.
^^ ^ATOut iSuPtcrcs1 KH:k\ftj "in M iltilk
Township, well settled, Gin House with Qin
. .nnd,.Grist Mil)}. Blacksmith Shop and
l?ols.^rn one n.fa&lafc$8?$ pcr.aerV.
FARM on Old Orangr'aurg Rotd, 7 miles
.fWPUown--250 acres. Price $1575. Well
One STOR^jfaa LOT in Oritngeburg.
One BUIIiDINf?. BOT ort Russtl Street.
Appl* ?V ViiiA^ t. i. t i
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
Attorney at Law,
sept lr^tf ' Ornngoburg, 8. C.
Oha nut, hu iui S. C,
Fob. 13tb 1875.
Tho Annual meeting or tho Or.ingo
burg Agricultural and Mechanical As
sociation was held this merning at tho
TSojhcoting was. organized by'calling
Dr. T. A. JKlliott to the chair, and Mr.
J. -Patrick Was requested to act as
-Secretary.'-A-' -majority of tho stook
being represented tho chair announced
a quorum prssont, and tho meeting
roady for business.
Dr. W. F. Barton, President of the"
Association being absent, Mr. S. Dibble
from tho Board of Directors submitted
tho Annual report of the Board, vis :
To the Stockholders oj the
Oranqeburo Agricultural anp
The Board of Directors respectfully
submit the following report :
V.-'THe' Board' congratulates the otock
holders upon the improved condition of
tho Association. A comparison of tho
,sfeteA5nfc of ?ho Treasurer, this yoar
with last year's statement, shows that
the finances are in better condition than
at the lost meeting. Tho Annual Fair
;?f I$f?; jnotwI^sUdding. it w&Held
during tho pendency of the general
election realized a profit of 8239 84.
The grounds of the Association-are in
process of improvement, tree.i have been
planted, some fencing has been built,
and arrangements have been ealore d
into fur tho cultivation of such parts of
the ground as can be rented for that
purpose, and the various special re
sources for income have beeu utilized,
so as to ?make the property pay as much
In addition to the profits of tho last
Annual Fair, we had on baud, at its
close*,' premiums enough for a Floral
f&ulr' thtsr-^fp'rtug, but they woiiraufW
innately destroyed in the storo lately
occupied by the Treasurer, in the
conflagration of January 5th 1875.
'The B?ura" of Directors', consider
that atnplo opportunity has been
furnished to all who desired to take
stook in the Association to do so; and
they recommend, that tho stockholders,
by resolution, express their opiuion ou
this matter, und if the wish of the stook
holders is iu accordance with the views
of tho Directors, the Board which will
bo this day elected, cau then take the
proper constitutional stops to fix tho
stock at the nuojio^r%f shares thought
fyrij-pe^ ^tdW^fitocliolders. All of
J G Wannamaker,
L 11 Beckwitii,
M J Kelleh,
Board of Directors.
The Treasurer's report was then sub
mitted and on motion both Wire received
The following resolution was unan
Resolved, That ample opportunity
has been afforded to all who may desire
stock of tho Associatiou, (aow standing
at a maxium of 300 shares, of which
208 have been takon) and it is tho opin
ion of the stockholders that tho Board
should take steps to have a mcotiog of
tho stockholders to fix tho stook at 225
Tho election of Directors being next
in order, Col. P S Felder moved that the
same Board bo continue 1 for tho on
suing year. Mr J G Wannamaker
having declined re-election, Mr. II
Biggs was nominated to fill the
vacancy, and Col Folder's motion was
then unanimously carried. The following
gentlemen compose tho Board, viz :
Messrs W F Barton, F H W Brigg
mann, M J Koller, S Dibble, L 11
Bookwith, 0 B Biloy and U itiggfl.
The followiug resolution was adoptod
Resolved) That - wo doom it the duty
of every Gtoekholder to exhibit: flomo
thing at our Fairs, and should actively
uso their influence with neighbors aud
friends to contribute both by exhibiting
articles, and their personal attendance
at the .Fair.
The following resolutions woro also
Resolved, That tho Soorotary havo
the proceedings of this meeting pub
. Iishod in the County papers that will do
it free of cliargo.
No othor business, on motion the
meeting adjourned, and by invitation
partook of a luuch provided by Dr. W
J W PATRICK,
The Board of Directors met after tbc
adjournment of tho Association, aud re
elected Dr. W F Barton President.
Secretary and Treasurer.
Law-Making in Hawaii.
?i< -j !i liulJ ?>' >
In Hawaii the legislature, composed
of .a House of Nobles aud a House of
Representatives, makes tbc laws, but if
their Acts are not approved by the
King, thoy havo no effect. The nobles
aro made by the King, and the reprrscu
tatives arc elected by the people. In
order to he a voter, one must huvo a I
certain income and bo of good standing
in the community; aud where wo.neu
possess thest? requirements, they have
thp privilege of votiug. Cut of the
eleven represeutativet, five are women.
Any man who drinks or swears cannot
nsit an a jury. There arc uo beggars,
j every man aud woman who is ablo being
compelled. to work, aud the Govern
meut gives employment to those who
havo none. Tho two predominating
religions are the Catholic and Congrcga
tional. It is customary for young wo
men to "pop the question" to young
men. Crimes involving social virtue
and purity are punished by heavy linos,
and Sabbath breaking aud swearing by
small fines. If a woman's husband
absents himself from her four ye irs she
can marry again, aud the code of laws
has this provision: "If two married per
sons do not live happily together, but
quarrel, and become famous for the
same, they shall be confined in irons
each night separately in the s auio celfi
until they cease quarreling."
A Burst of Eloii'ionco.
Western eloquence continues still t>
improve. A Wisconsin reporter sends
us the following sketch. A lawyer in
Milwaukee was defending nhaudsouc
young woman accuicd of stealing fro u a
largo unoccupied buildii: g in the night
time, and thus he spoke iu conclusion :
. "Geutlciuon of the jury, I am done.
I W heu I gaze with enraptured eyes on
the matchless beauty of this peerlesi
virgiu, on whoso resplendent charms
8uspicieu never dared to breathe; when
I behold her radiant in tho glorious
bloom of lustrous lovliuoss which
nugelic sweetness might envy but could
not eclipse; before which the Ktar on
the brow of tho night grows pale, ami
the diamonds of Brazil are dim; and
then reflect upon tho ut ter madness r.hd
folly of supposing that so much beauty
would expose itself to the terrors of an
empty building in the cold, damp dead
of the night, when innocence like hers
is hiding itself among the snowy pillows
of repose; gentlemen of the jury, my
feelings aro too overpowering for ex
prossiou, and I throw her iuto your
arms for protection against this foul
charge, which thj outrageous malice of
a disappointed scoundrel has invented
to blast the fair name of this lovely
maiden, whose smiles shall be the re
ward of tho verdict which I know you
will give." Sho was acquitted
To tuaku sheepskin ma's wash, while
fresh in strong soapsuds, lirst picking
from the wool all the dirt th it will cotno
ont. A little kerosene, a tablespoonlul
to tho gallon of water, will aid in re
moving the impurities. Continue to
wash tho ski n in fresh suds till it is
white and cloan. Then dissolve a half
a pound each of salt au I alum in throe
pints of boiling walcr, put it into water
cover the skin, which should bo soaked
into tho solution twelve hours, and then
bo hung on a lino to drain. When
nearly dry, nail it wool sido in on a
board, or tho side of a barn to dry. Rub
into tho skin an ouncd oaoh of pulvori z
cd alum and saltpetre; and if the skin is
largo double the quantity. Hub for
an hour or two. Fold the skin sides
togothor, aud hang tho mat away for
iTwas a run
lb reo days, rub
till perfectly dr
kuil'c clour the e
it with pumice (
into shape, and
that will last a
Just at tho
tice Carpenter saJ
ness. IIo had n
Robiusou had .
He called on a
for liquor, cahj
he called foV'
lice came:he en
"I was havl
"?Toh ii Robin
this is n very 5"
Court; ' a worl
aches 1o one f
t hat the grim
on every duort?
s;uiie< in the
her the trees
wniliug in every
son; there's gr
yet you claim th
a little fun
"That's all, y<]
While all th?
off and malvj
an nlley dead1
or sixty day
time withou t. s
you ever sit
tally shot next
ahk 1110 for
inoi u mCnt."
ii*in 1 oil the
regarded him for :i 1 <?11 ir
pfcakiug. hut finally said :
r can go. and, Uijah. i:'
down on 1 Iiis t !ourt wj.1 h
ko that, .*\ 11 ? 1 are aeei lo 1
day, ymir friends nius 1 1
(Any inou ey to help buy a
A South Amcricnn traveller tc'.ls
bow the CouiHos capture turtles, which
are an iinportu ut antiulu of diet with
them, lu tlie night the turtlss conic
out of the riv^wiii largo numbers to lay
their eggs, '(l be (' onibos, Mjuatting, or
knocliug undnr their leafy sheds, and
keeping prolyiiul silence, await the
moment for tiction. Tho turtles, who
separate thethsjlvos into detach mints
on leaving thle water, dig rapidly with
their Ibra feilt a troneli often two Im 1
drod yards lojng, and nlwiys lour feet
broad by two deep They upply fchem
selves to thefer work with siuh /. -al that
sand flics aoout thorn envelop, them as
in a fog. As soon as th ly are sttidi id
that their trench is largo enough thoy
deposited it choir soft-shelled 01515* to
the titluibcrjof from forty to s-v orv.
and with their hi 11 1 foot quickly fill up
the t rcn eh. 1 In this contest of puddling
feet more than one turtle, tumbled over
by bis companions, rolls into tho trench
and is buried alive. Hall an hour is
enough for the aucbmpltsnment ot this
task. The turtles thou make 11 disor
dcrly rusli for the river. Now the mo
ment has arrived for which ilu- Conihos
have anxiously waited. At a given sig
ual the whole bait I s 1 1 I : nly rise from
their Iurki 1 < p! 1: m an I dash oil in
pursuit of the amphibi 1, not to cut o f
their retreat ?for th y wo ild th sunul ves
be Iramplod under foot b/ tho re do I -si
squadrons?but to rush upon their
Hanks, seize tho tu by their t tils, art J
1 brow them on their b 1 ;k t Ii jfo.'o
turtles have disappeared, a thoustnd
prisoners often rjmain in the hin Is if
Tho only casum which a girl got the
mil ten from her lover is reported in
Terra Haute. Hut she married him in
spite ol it. It is the eas : of Bvo M.
Slaughter, who married Joseph W.
Mitten. 01 course she pulled him ou.
Judge of Probate;
My Ipnisc \v( t.t down with tbo lire: my
iTOCK w?tit up with Ihc (lames; l>ut 1 am
MV TSi KW STOUE
Is Ii I led with GOODS af-a quality to suit
ih ? varied wants of my cuttt?nmrs.
I WILL SELL CUHAP
To tliu.se who palroiii/.c me.
C HOC Kill KS, DRY GOODS, KT? '.,
i !i ivc in uhtindance.
Give me ;i call one and all.
W. T. LIGHT FOOT.
j:ih !$0 1S7?Im
Horses aud Mules
1J A M I: !?: lid & S L AT Kli'S ST A 1>L V) S
IN II DAR OFj
j, av.o. vose's ktohe.
Where you will find u OOMPLKTK stock
i.i' the finest IIOKSKS ittitl MULliS Hint ran
In- procured front the IlEST MA UK UTS in
the United .Stated.
Our price* rnngu from ."??">(? to $J"J">. All
orders filled at the shortjst uotico.
!f on;- stock on lit id du n'ot please we
will order for you at once'
JSAMltUKG & SLATKR.
dec IS I87J Urn
Notice of Dismissal.
One in nil (Ii from dato I shall tile, with the
Prohn tu Judge of Orang?burg Cnnnty, my
Html iieoount as F\c.-u;or of Will of I'. .1.
Avinger und a^k for ft Discharge from such
Fxccutorship. DAN 1F.L A V IN GBR;
Oraugeburg, .lanunry 30, I87?. It
Sale Under Mortgage.
Ily viituc oi ii Mortgage Executed ami
delivered lu .1. iv. <i. Sellers, by'Ahruiu
iShulor dated Feh. 2?lh 187L I will sell at
Oraiigtdutrg in trout of tho Sherius oilier,
on Mon.lay the lirHt tluy of .March next,
one Mouse colored Mule, seized under .said
Terms <' isli.
February 12th lM7.\.
ft 11 10 187 ? ;tt
Scale Under Mortgage.
Ily virtue ol a Mortgage Executed and
delivered to 3. li (>. Sellers, by Wesley
Kobiuson dated Nth Feh. 187?, I will sell
til Oraugeburg in front of the ?hcrlfls oflioo
on Monday the lirst day of March next one
dark hay Mule, in d on Tue day following
at the residence of Goorb Sellers, It)
Bushels of Cotton Seed and 8 Duslicls of
Corn. Seized under said Mortgage.
Februar 12th 1875.
P FT Bit GRAY,
feb ia 1S7? ot
In Common Pleas.
J. W. If. Dukes, Plaintiff, ?? Judgment
si gainst V of
(I. V. Patrick, Defendant. J Foroclosure.
By virtue of the Judgment sf Foreolesure
herein, 1 will .veil at Oraugeburg on tho
first Monday in March next:
All or so much of that plantation or
tract of land situate in the county of Or
augeburg, about two miles above Branch
villo, on the Columbia branch of the So. Ca.
Rail Road, containing two hundred acres
more or less, being all the tract as by plat
made by L. M. Ott, dated Juno Oth, 18G9,
except ten acres, the said ten acres to bo
cut oil' as follows; the lino known as the
Bruce line, running S. VY. to above tho field
now planted by Isom, thon to run out far
enough to make tea aorjs back to land of
E. A. Fuirey. The above ten acres to bo
on (he South West corner of said survey
as will tho amount now due ou the bond and
mortgage of the Defendant, or secured
Terms cash, or as mo lifted and m&do
known on day of sale. Purchaser to pay
for papers and recording.*
George Rolivor, as Clerk
of Court C. P. of
1). J. t.'nigly, as Trustee ?
of dantes Drown and
Elizabeth Drown his
wife, sind James Drown
and Elizabeth Drown. I
By virtue of the judgment of foreclosure
herein, 1 will sell at j ublic outcry, at
?rangcburg C. II-, on tho first Monday in
I. All that tract of land with the buildiago
thereon, sitnatc in tho Town of Orangeburg
in said State, hounded on tho East by
Samuel Clark's lot, on the South by Amelia
Street, 'on the North by tho old jail lot, and
on the West by Wi'idsor Street.
'J. Also tint other traot or lot of land,
situate in the said Town and containing two
acre", more or less, bounded en tho North
l>3-Street, on tho South by the lot of
the residence of the lute John March ant,
on i he East by D. Louis'lot and on the
\\ est by Windsor Street, and knowu as the
old jail lot?Doing - and -
i sold and conveyed to I), J. Quigley, as
I Trustee by tin: Sheriff of said County.
Terms?One third cash, halanoo in tw?
equal semi '.annual instalments, with In
terest from day of sale, and secured by
bond und Mortgage of tho premises.
I'm chasers to pay for papers aud recording.
Augustus D. Knowlton, Judge")
of Probato I Judgment
Thnd. C Andrews. J Forccloa
Dy vitturc of tho judgement of
closure in this action jib? I Octohtf 24th
187 1. 1 will sell .it Or.uigcburg 0. Jsf. ca tho
: first Monday in March next.
All that lot of land with, tho buildings
thereon, situate and bein^in the Town of
I Orangeburg nt the foot^of Market Street,
containing . euu fourth of an acre, more or
less, and hounded by bind? of F. M. Rogers,
II. IliggA and Wtltfnm Mitchell.
Tkiois Casky-Purohasers to Jpay tct
papers and rtyording.
Show*** Office, ) B. I. Cain,
Orangghurg C. 11., S. 0., V S. O. O
yCb. siti, 1876. J