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iserrzD evkuy satukday morning uv tiik
ORAN?EU?liq news cum 1'any._
?80? BOlilYKB, Knsincss Manager._
SATITHD AY, Ocl. ?, 1875.
At Inst the great agony is over, aud
Cunningham is elected May or by over
2000 majority, tilings generally passed
off quietly, with only now and then
an occasional row, but we would like
either the Aeirs it* Cuurtcr or Express
to tell us which party won? Was li
the Democratic Kepublieans, or the
Repub'icr.n Demcerr.ts, us the L'uion
Ecrahl classes tbem, or what party
was it that got abend this time, or bad
politics anything to do with it, if so
what, and bow? Don't keep we
country folks in the dark this way.
Suspense has ceased to bo a virt ue, and
we would like to know what political
line you have been lighting on, speak
Editor Oraugcburrf Ntuvs ?:. Tnttrs :
I respectfully ask you to inform
me what branches is taught in first
grade, what is second and t hird grade
schools so that 1 may understand and
know how to clnsify my schools and
price to give teachers;
In reply wc ftould say, that teach
ers arc graded according to their own
qualifications and without any regard
as to the requirements of the school
they may be culled to teach, for inst
ance a certificate as "first class" may
be issued by the board of examiners to
a certain teacher, and thoscho.l given
into his, or her, charge be one where
only tbo primary instructions arc
given, but a second or third class
teacher will not be allowed to nccrpt
a school nceossetating the require
ments of a first class teacher.
[i'UJli.ISIlKI) HY ItKQ? KtfT.]
The Name of (his is Death and
i1y c. m. WILKINSON.
Death what a BOlemn call to all,
A sudden judgment tons all,
Dead. takc< the young as well as o'd,
And in the winding sheet doth fohl,
It 'tit- awful, awful.
I spied a voutli tlie other day
Juat in his prime he looked so gay,
His tiiue hau c?inc Iiis days were paid
And he must g > to ilie grave at hint,
It 'tis awful, awful.
Iii? Father ami Mother Klanding 'round
"With tears a falling to the ground,
Saying father, lather, pray fur me
For 1 must jm to ICtciiiiiy,
It 'ti.s awful, awful, awful.
His faithful Sister standing by
Bay inj,' brother, brother, you 'ier going to
You have trifled all your days away,
And now must ~o lb luenuty,
U 'tis awful.
And when the corpse wjs brought to the
His friends .vi'I relations weeping a 'round}
With sorro.vful hearts ami troubled minds
To think his soul in hell confined,
It is awful, awful.
A story late ha* just been told ,
A warning for both young and old,
For to prepare to meet tin; Lord
That we may heart- his happy word, I
And give: to Jesus glory.
Il is awful, awful.
A OA !;S W.
Orniigeburg, S. C.
October, fciih IST?.
It having been brought to my attention,
that some per- m ban bct;i inducing my
scholars to unite with iinbthi r school, "re
porting that it was my inter ion (ogive up
my school an.I Nave Ora.:gcburg." J beg
most respectfully to deny any wich report,
my school was never more llourwhiug, and
I never in better condition to instruct
pupils ehtrusicd to my care.
Mi$k. R. S. a IdJEKGOTTl
oet 0 11
AN"ill open lr i.-s Photograph Gallery over
the Old lh.uk HuiMing, on Monday
October 11th, and wiil be pit-pared to make
Photographs, Ferrotypes, Anibrotypes.
Pictured of every stylo and all sizes. Special
attention paid to Copying from old Pic
lures. Enlarging to life size, or reducing to
suit, rings, lockets, or brbches.
V. A SOIMFFLEY,
oet 0 id
" woTia.3 ?o ??isiW?ofQKS,
0FF1CK OF CO., COAIM ISSfOXiiit'S,
OltAKO tsnuito, County.
Orangi burg, S. C, October 5th lf-:75.
Scale?! [?roposals will be received until the
6th day ofNovonih r next for the rebuild
ing entirely new, the Kivcr llridgc near the
Town of Oriihgcburg, known as the Orange
burg Itivoi' llridge, alpo both Bridges
.iiown as Caw ('aw on Dull Swamp Koad,
ow to be Rebuilt of cntiroly new material
?t the lowest lliddcr, for particulars,
?pply to this of ire.
Hy Order of the Bond.
oat 9 H
Fli EE tiBGTUilES!
ON BIBLE TRUTHS.
0? Monday litis instant, nt the Hook &
Ladder Hall, Doors open at 7 o'clock,
L-'cturo to begin at 7j
The author of this lecture desires to pro- !
mote the good 0/her race and elevatothem
to a higher plane of moral and intellectual
MKS. JOANNA HAWKINS, Lectures*,
net ? It
All persons having demands agaiuFt the
Estate of Robert Walker deceased, will pre
sent (be same to the undersigned or his
Attorneys Messrs Islar & Dibble oh or be
fore the first day of December next, and all
persons indebted to eaid Estate will make
V. V. 8. AUSTIN,
Ootober 3rd 1875.
oct 9 3t
IN PliOBATK COURT.
Exporte Jewella S. Thomson, Widow; and |
Eleanor Thomson, Minor Child of
Charles It. Thomson, deceased, by her
Ad I.item-1eweilaS. Thorn:on.?Petition for
l'uhiic notice is hereby given, that
.7<-W'.lia S. Thomson and Eleanor Thomson,
above named, Widow nnd Minor Child of
('barbs It. Thomson, deceased, have nj>
plied by Petition to mo, ns Probate Judge
for the County of Urangcburg to have their
Homestead and Personal Property Exemp
tion appraesed and set oft) according to law,
out of the Estate of the said deceased; and 1
will act on said Petition on November
tenth, A. D. 1875.
Dated at Orangeburg, South Carolina,
this seventh dav of October, A. D. 1S75.
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
Judge of Probate.
oct 0 ?t
Notice of Dismissal.
Notice is hereby given that I shall one
mouth from date file my final account with
the Honorable Judge of Probate for Orange
burg County S. C. as Guardian of Catharine
E. Dan tiler and ask for in v discharge.
L. W. DAKTZLER,
Oct 0, 1875. Guardini).
ESTABLISH KI) 1785.
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The Weekly ClikoNlCLE and sentinel
is a mammoth sheet, gotten up especially
for our fliibJcribQin in the country. It is
one of the largest papers published in the
South, and gives, besides Editorials, all the
current news of the week, a full and accur
ate review of the Augusta Markets and
Prices Current. The Commercial Reports
are a special feature of the edition. Sub
Specimen copies of anv issue sent free.
WALSH & WUIGHT, Proprietors,
oct 2 3t
GROCERIES, EINE WINES, Ac.
Agent for Barton's Planter, Avery's Plows,
and all kinds of Agricultural
At New Brick Stere next to Duke'? Drug
Store. sept 25?6m
P. F. TOALE,
bltSds, flooring, &c.
Paints, Gils, $'c.
Solo Agent for
THE NATIONAL MIXED PAINT CO.
THE GREAT AMERICAN KIKE EXTIX
PAGE MACHINE BELTING* COMPANY.
SlvNJD FOR PUICKS.
office & w?rer00ms
No*. ;iO and R4> Hayiie
und ilfl mid It!* PfiM'kncy tit*.
FACTORY and YA 111)8,
Ashley River, West End Broad St,
CHARLESTON, S. G.
sept 25 1875 ly
The New BricK Store on Main Street,
next door to Kohn Si Pro. Apply to
Mrs. ROSA OLIV EROS,
sept 18 1875 lm
A Fine Black MAKE, 2 good work
HORSES and a two Homo WAGON. Ap
W. A. MkroneY.
?ept 4 187? I in
SUCCESSORS TO R. C. SHIVER & CO.,
and dealeiuj ih
Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mat
tings, Boots, Shoes, Etc.
Columbia, s. c.
The attention of publishers in every part
of l!ii? State ia calico to consider a very im
purlnnt fact, namely, that the oletcatabish
cd house of lt. C. SHI VKU & CO. is not
closed but reorganized upon the only hasiti
that busiucss can be carried on successfully,
And ire asaiiro our patrons that we shall
continue the same honorable course of deal
ing with them that was such a distinguished
feature with the homo of H, C. ?HIVEK &
CO. We have now in store the best selected
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Carpets, Oil Cloth*, Window Shades,
Wall Taper, Etc.,
Ever reen in this city, selected by one of
the firm, who superintends the business, and
consequently knows the wants of tins- com
munity be tter than buyers residing else
The entire stock will be otl'ered at prices
never before equaled in thin section. The
Prices will startle and attract you at sight.
We invite you tosend at once for
Samples of tliese jNTow
And, if shown to your friends and neigh
bors, we are pur? it will be to your advan
tage to send us a large order. We pay
freight on all bills amounting to $10 and
upwards. All orders must be accompanied
with CASlf, or we send them C. 0. D., und
Best Gic Prints in the city.
Long Cloths 8i, 10, 12Jc, None
equal to them iu the State.
Well known brands of Alpacas and
Mohairs, just imported.
Hosiery Department?Full of well
assorted Goods at Popular Prices.
G en ts'Fur niching Goods complete, as
Our Boot and Shoe Department is se
cond to none on this continent.
From the cheapest Brogau to the
finest Hand Made Goods.
The most complete and best managed
Carpet Department in the
Cloths, Cnssinicrca and Jeans arc
bought by tlie case and sold
at a very small
Brown and Bleached Shirtings are
Flannels and Blankets at prices that
We Shall Expect an Order
From You or a Call Wucu
Yon Visit Our City.
oct 2 1875 3m
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
OiiANOEmmo Count v.
I$y Auo. h\ Knowlton, Esquire, J. P.
Whereas, David W. Crook bath made
suit to me, to grant to him Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and effects of
Adam L. Crook, late of said county, doe'd.
These are therefore to cito and ad
monish all and singular, the kindred and
Creditors of the said Adam L. Crook, de
ceased, that they be and appear, before nie,
in the Court of Probate, to be hi'd at
Orangeburg C. H. on October 18th, next,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to shew cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration should not be
(liven under my hand, this 23d day ef
September, Anno Domini 1875.
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
[L.ST. Judge of Probato, O. C.
sept 25 1875 2t
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of Okanoehuro.
By AUO. B. KNOWLTON, Esq.,
WiiKRKAs, ('IT A Ith KS II. WILLIAM
SON ha-? made suit to me, to grant to him
Letters of Administration of thw Kstatoand
cltccts of Martin O. Bozard, late oft:aid
Countv dei ta ed.
TH ESE AliE TIj EREFORE to cite and
admonish all and singular the kindred and
Creditors of the said Martin <). Ilozard
deceased, that they be and appear, before
me, in the Court of Probate, to be held at
Orangchurg C. II , on October 18th next, after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have, why
the said Administration should not be
t liven under my Hand, this 23rd day of
.September Anno Domini 1875.
AUG. 15. KNOWLTON,
[L.S] Judge of Probate, O. C.
sept 25 1375 . 2t
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
By Aua. B. Knowi.ton, E?o.uikh, J. P.
WhereaH, Mary Jane Mount, bath mnde
suit to me, to grant to her Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and offects it
John D. Mount, late of said County do
These are therefore to cite and admonish
ail and singular the kindred aud Creditors
of the said John D, Mount deceased, that
they be ami appear, before me, in the Couri
of l'robate, to In;held at Orangebuc^, C. IL,
on October IKth next, after publication here
of, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said
Administration should not he granted.
Given under my Hand, this 23rd day of
September. Anno Domini 1K75.
AUU. B. KNOWLTON,
[ L.S] .1 udgo of Probate, 0. C.
sept 25 1^75 2t
T. K0HN.&, BROTHER
EXCLUSIVELY DRY GOODSHOUSE IN THE COUNTY
Now offer, to the eitixons of thU and nutronndiog countieo an immeaao
Beeta nnd Show,
Hat? and Caps,
Qents Furnishing Goodo,
At New York Retail Prices.
&$r Our Stock is already Tory complete, bat we are receiving goods by
AH wo a?k is that you stop with us lontj enough to examine our
Stock and prices, wo will then convince you, that it is useless to go further
lor Cheapness or Better Goods.
AH close Buyers who are judges of goods are invited to call and
examine eur titock before purchasing.
We Cannot be UNDERSOLD.
We MEAN BUSINESS.
CALL AND SEE US.I
T. KOHN & BRO.
AND ? f .
Will be held at the Town, pfr -
FAIR GlSjk?>^ /
OF the ? ?' ? ?? ??
, ./!'.? Vt&iMt? :<[ Ul AT
?fit I JO AND-CL03IN?-;?' ?d* i??w?T
. 3?b.BBS2UMi mst" '* '?.
; j as to .?'. V. Iiot
NUMBER $ JTAE UE!
* Stieles/ cftii);b?-;EN?flfi50KB^?
till TUESDAY -EVENLNjG-, and *c?
allowed to Compete,, ('> ^(*}1? ^
Separate Tarife, jaifd^i^f?^J #
Prizes for Articles Gjutiibutpd by-, i.
Children under Uvolveyears ofVgo.*;'*^.
fill take place
ON WEDNESDAY, the 27 th. ^jj
A GAME 0# T HT
ON - ? V?
For the Championship ofthe C^UjUtj^j.
and other amusements will take -i,
place every day of the Fair. : -: .f f
THE ANOT AL1 ;A5M35SS: *a
will be dfuvbred \\\\ !
ON THURSDAY, tho 28th.
By col. d. Yvrirr ajken,
Master State Grange. -
Every Accommodation1 Possible :*will* i>?
Provided for both Exhibitor* a?>?"
Arrangement* have been made with.ll'a'i
South Carolina Railroad for the trarjjporja-^
tion of all Freights for the Fi?ir at Qjji'E..'
RATE UOTII WAYS, and EXCURSION ',1
TICKETS Trill be sold to visitor* thinfig th*^ '
week. ? j ? .-. ..
For further particulars nee Prtmiqm.IjivL, .
or address any member ot the Hoard of .
Director!, at Orangeburg, H. C, or the
Secretary and Trcaaurer. ? , ?
DIRECTORS. ? fc f ,
DB. WM. F. BARTON, PnMiacW.'
SAMUEL DIBBLE;1?^ .?
* i* V i"
LAURENCE R. BECRWITH,
CAPT. F. H. W. BRIG3MANN.
CAPT. MORGAN J. KELL EIL - rt ?il
ORA31 B. RI LEY, Esq. - '
HARPIN RIQOSj Esq/ Jf jj (
SeCRETABY and TBEA5roRlKB^',?
KIRK ROBINSON, Ekl't ^ . l*j
Bid" for the Refreshment Stand or Tables)
will .be received until Tuesday the*6th'day*;- *
of October, U;e name will bo handed" to tbu
Secretary and Treasurer.
sept 18 1876 _ IT'Ct I
Tho State of South Carolin
OB ANGEBURG G?U^tj; .v
I? GOKTKOV PAXiir ^?rt tfr' Wtei*
? j 'Vi?:.?:!?**? < ?>'
JE. RossC. Oliverofl, widow and ] . ,
Ezeentor of the will of .
Esidro J. Olivoros, deceaaedj
Plaintiffs, against '?? .
Clifford Oliveros, Ella Rpsa OH-,
ros, Nina Ferdinand 01iver(o? .
and Bartolo Oliveros and Thom
as W. Glover, Defendants.
Pursuant to tho order of the sue. Court,
the creditor of tho said Esidro J. Olireroa
are hereby notified to present and' prove ( t,
their several and respective deuiand,.before! < ,
Charles B., Glover, Esquire, Rffere*,, *} r
Omngeburg, Soiith Carolina, on or before,
the first day of September, X .Di '1875, and
that they are enjoined from' proceeding i?
separate suits against tho plaintiff, and ore ;
required t j present and prove fheir respeo-, .
tive claims beforo said Referee in thia
action, er bo debarred payment.
C. C. P.
IS THE TIM?
For you to buy your
Taints, Oils,) ?
Also a Fine Assortment of
Tobacco and Pipes.
All of which will be sold CHEAP for
r""di at the
OL? ???G :STO?l?
J>r. A, C. DUKES.