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7*6 L'KD RVKRY SAT?ltl)AY MollNIN? ]5Y't>L?J
OHAXOBn?Kq NKWS COM DAN Y._
<1K0. IWLIVKIiT Bosin?siT Manngei-._
s a"t" i:ini)"AvT??qu^lT i 87fr.
Tlic following special premiums
have been offered by tbc merchants
and others of OrnngcJnirg:
Tin; >Tisws & Tiwr.s?Their paper
for one year for (he best home-made
bread, and the Southern Cultivator for
one year for the best home-made but
J. W. mopeley?One tin milking
pail- for the ugliest fanner in the
county, the Indies to vote as to who
bhnll got it.
E. lfr.NT7.ni.?One shovel plow for
the best bale of cotton.
Dr. A. O. Di Kice?3 lbs best chew
ing tobacco for bust sample of cotton
C. D. Kor.r.ioHN?One box Ha
vana scgnrs, value $8 for best sample
com grown in this county.
G> F. Gi:iini:i.s?One pair shoes,
valued at S-l, for the best pair of
WiLCOCK & Woi.F?One cake box,
valued at 82, for the best specimen of
home-made cotton jeans.
E. E/.ekiel??no ei Ivor sett, of
children's knife, fork and spoon to the
child under 12 years of age who con
tributes tbc most articles
D. Louis?One extra fine child's
clonk for best sample home-made
T. Konx & Bno.?One pair kid
gloves for best pin cushion, one pair
do ior best specimen of embroidery,
one do for best braiding, one. do for
J. G. Vcse?One glass table sett,
five pice?, for best pair pigs.
Bull, Scovn.i, & Piki:?One
stand wire castors for best country
BniraiMAXN & Crook?Sixteen
yards calico for best patch work quilt.
J. A. Hamilton*?One pair No. 12
brogans to the farmer tlley miiy fit.
Charles GkeKN*?5 lbs steak for
the best milch cow.
Dr. J. G. AYannamakeh?One
bottle cologne for best wax work.
J. W, Canxon?One.broom for the
best looking old bachelor, to be voted
by tbc ladies, five boxes lye for bist
home made soap, and one saddle
cLoth for best rider.
1>rk;cmaxn & Eeneker?Five
lb< French candy for best worsted
J. P. IIaRLF.y & Co.?One water
bucket for best gents shirt.
T. W. Alukkuotti?One pound
cake for best and greatest variety of
I)r. A. S. IIvnnicK?One bottle
? cologne, for best gents' shirt.
croiiN Oceex?One cireingle. for
best 2 year old colt, county raised.
G. S. Sin reh?One box axle grease
to grease brogans offered by J. A.
Gko. II. Cokxklson?One pair
jrniters for best home-made jelly, one
50 lbs sack Hour for best home-made
biscuits, one lady's .scarf fur best home
made fruit cake, and pair scissors for
best home-made iced cake.
K. IloniNsoN?One revolving pho
tograph hibum for best specimens of.
A. FiscnEn?One sugar cured bam
for host county raisod hog.
Hurrah for our Orangeburg merch
ants this is the right spirit, and if
this Fair is not a success, why it
aught to ho.
Parties offering the above article.-.
are rftquestcd to hand them to the
Heard of Directors before Friday
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Election Coming On.
The Abbeville Medium charges up
on Judge Cooke llmt he has not excr
cised judicial impartiality in the case
of tho State against Major James L.
"White, indicted for assault and bat
tery with intent to kill, hut only
found guilty of assault and battery.
Color question lugged in.
The correspondent of the AVmv?anil
Courier, from Orangeburg, says that
much surprise was manifested at the
sudden interchange of ehcuits between
Judges Cooke and lb-id, ns being pos
sibly designed to shield certain cul
prits. The correspondent, seems to
think not so, but hints at MeK in lay's
influence in the Legislature being
sought by both Judges.
The above is alia lie. Ilenipbill
better mind his own business.
- . 1 -
The Keicx and G our irr is after
AttDrney-Ocneral Melton with a
sharp stick. It is not n bad indica
tion that Melton will be a candidate
of the Acic? und Courier fur governor
next fall.? Greenville Ac/ex.
"hfelliug isn't my profession; one
man can't do everything. What's a I
printer fo ? If a printer can't spell,
he'd better quit bis business," is Lie
line of argument adopted by Jon quin
jMiller when a cold, unfeeling criti
ridicules his orthography.
Tho.Mipronie court of the United
Sltttes.'Uui tho next decision day, will
probably render its opinion on the
constitutionality of the enforcement
net. of 1870, which congress passed to
protect tho colored vot-i s of Idio
south, and under the sixth section of
which numerous arrests and imprison
ments huvb been made. Tbe easo be
fore the court is known us tho Grant
(Louisiana) parish cases, where some
eighty persons were arrested lor "con
spiring, combining und confederatihg"
to deprive certain citizens of the Uni
ted Stalcs of the exercise of the (dee
live franchise. Some of t he defend
ants were convicted on several counts
of the indictment, but, on a motion
for arrest of jug merit; and on an ap
pcal to the United States circuit
court, Associate Justice Bradley and
Circuit Judge Wood were divided in
opinion, and on this division the ease
comes up to tho supreme court on ihe
constitutionality of, tho net of con
gress. The case was elaborately ar
gued at tho last term, and the decision
isiiwaited with much interest.
Charleston is said to be "about to
be" the location of a slraiglitout
democratic journal. Ftom the way
folks vote down thai way it will be
necessary to cducato enough people up
to the struighout democratic standard
to support it. Finnish the straight
out democrats, and straightout demo
cratic papers wHI spring up and nour
ish in every town in the state. Mixy
bo, however, the papers are to blame
for the scarcity of democrats in Soul);
Wc tire pleased to sec it stated that
Gov. Chamberlain wjll be in ntten
dencc Upon the Fair. 1 His visit here
will be a source of satisfaction to many
who have supported his administra
tion since his inauguration. Besides,
his intermingling with the people of j
Greenville will, we think, tend to
strengthen him in the support of pur
good class of citizens. He is to be
introduced to the audience at tho Fair
by Col. S. S. Grillenden.? Orccncitic
Our little dig into its ribs has hurt
tho'Chnrlcston /Vetos ami. Courier. It
calls for its judgment upon us. Kow
we are, happily, not at all sensitive
about what the public may think.
We arc not afraid of being misjudged
by it. The Conservative public of)
South Carolina and ourselves are well
acquainted, und sustain to each other
cordial and confiding relations, and
it is beyond the ability, if it had the
will, of tho Arnrs(ni<t Courier to dis
turb them. The Conservative public
feel as wo do, that its flourish about
prosecutions is all in my eye, only
calculated, if not meant, to divert at
tention from graver matters which it
uses its power to keep in the back
ground. Its jeering, ridiculing and
and hounding on Dunn and Melton is
only nno'Jier form of tribute to other
State ollicer? whom, for the moment,
it likes better?Columbia Register.
Why if a doctor bettor taken eure
of than his patients??Because, when
be goes to bed somebody is sure to
rap him up.
A circus tiger is roaming around
Brazil, Ind., and men who never stay
ed at home an evening since they can
remember are now to be found in the
bosom of their families every night.
In reply to a young writer who
wished to know "which magazine will
give me the highest position quick
est?" a contemporary advises "'pow
der magazine, if you contribute a
DR. 1$. J? MUCivIO?F?SS
Having entirely Recovered froiii bin Sick
ness, can be found at his OFFICE over
('apt. J. A. Hamilton's Store, where he will
be glad to SHE his Fit 1 ENDS and the
oct 23 tf
CHARLES S. BUT*la
ATTOB&ftHY AT LAW
IT. S. COM MISSION bit
Crangeburg, S. C.
oct 2? tf
Sale Under Mortgage.
lly virtue of a Mortgage cxeculod and
delivered lb N. K. W. Sist runk by Win.
Priisiitir, bearing date 1st Maivh !.'i7?, I
will sell on Monday the 1st November next
:it Oiangehurg, iii front of the Sheriff's
otlicc, inimeilialely after the official sales,
for eash, One Bay Mare.
October Iii 1875.
Orungoburg, C. H.
E. L CAIN, Agent.
Ott 23 2t
THE LARGEST CIRCUS
DT THE WOELD!
Is ',httl advertised to bo bore on tho 27 th in.st. It is nut
0 Bot n :much bettor one. (A beller SHOW can lib bcou ttt my Storo
ever}' day in the week.)
Will be turned loose fn the ring, while a genuine Gorilla will pans
through the audience selling tickets to the concert, but I have SOME
THING in my storo to beat all this.
ONE HUND&ED MONKEYS
; Will do the apple selling, (but t have more than apples for Rale.)
And iio\v without, jesting, I can honestly announce to my Customers and the
Public that. I have on baud as full ami complete a lino of the following ar
ticles as was ever brought to Orangeburg, consisting of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Soots, Shoes,
Hardware, Ales, Wines,
Liquors, Tobaccos, Segars, &c.
J WA.LLACE bANNO^
IIOI'SK and LOT 6n Market Si reel
Wert side, between the residence nf Mr.
Albrccht and Mr. K/.ckiel. Apply to
HA Ml'Kb DlBliLK,
at office of Messrs. Izlar & Dibble
ret Hi lm
For Sale or Rent!
Tbc Store , and Dwelliug ofMr./W.T.
Muller, on BrOuglilon Street, near Kussel I,
lately occupied by Mr. Frantz Briggmami.
A Fine Store, with a liar attached, on
lower Story, and a comfortable dwelling up
stairs; with good outbuildings and a rich
(hird'cn spot- /vlso, For Sale, 1 Building
Lot, on Smith of tbe above, with Stable and
a good well of water on premises. Apply
JAS. II. FOWLKS.
oct H> -It
Foiled to the Front''
The Highest Market price paid for
Country Produce, such a j Corn, Teas, I lice,
I'indctw, Kgifs, Chickens, Fowlen, ?sWiilc*,
beeswax, Tallow and Wool.
Fresh (iroci ries&C, always on hand.
A full and complete stock of Clocks,
Jewelry. Cutbiry ?re., at reasonable prices.
Im pairing Watches, Uloek?, Jewelry A'c,
done in the hot manner anil at (he shortest
notice and at prices to suit tho times.
oct It) ly.
The II?CSK and LOT in which I now
reside. The II?USIC is large, and con
veniently arranged, tbe LOT covers two j
acres of ground,*nud eontains all necessary
outbuilding*} everything is in good order,
and in TIIOHOUL'CJJI KKl'AlK, location
healthy. For further particulars enquire,
of ' .
JOHN C. PIKE,
oct 10 tf
Polzcr, Rodgers & Co.
William Paul ling.
By virtue of the judgment herein. I will
will at Oraiigebiirg, C. II., on the first Mon
day in November next, at public outcry,
for cash. All that plantation or track of I
land (letfs two hundred ami four acre? there
of, sold to Campbell Footman,) situate,
lying and being in the County of Orange
burg, hounded by lands of G. W. Sellers,
0. 1). Sellers, and John D.'Slrbman, con
taining seven hundred acres, more or less,
being the lamb of the Defendant piiroliaued
from .lohn D. Keitt. Purchaser to pay for
paper* and recording.
SlierilFs Olllce, ? K.I.CAIN,
October 11, 1.S7?. J S. O. (.'.
oct Hi 3t
All that plantation or track of bind in
Oraiigebiirg County', on the Kast side of
Cooper Swairp, containing 10(1 acres, more
it*?, ami bounded on the N. K., by lands
of the Kstateof W. F. Shioak, on the'N. \\\.
by lands of John F. 1 I art zog and on the
S*. W., and S. K., by lands of-Wesiberry.
Levied on as the property of Thud. ?'.
Andrews at the suit of h'ctibm Tomlinson.
At the risk of former purchaser, all that
plantation in said County containing oil
acres, more or less, bounded by lands now
or late of J. II. O'Cain, Sarah' Mo/aid, A.
W. Miller and (!. liozard. Levied on as tlie
property of .1. P. M. Fourest at the suit of
K. J. Frederick.
2 Horses, 1 Wagon and 1 Dray, levied on
iui the property of J. W. Liirey, at the suit
of Marlon & Co.
ShcrilPs Olliee, )
Orangebuig Cj II., - K. I. CA I N,
Oct. l?lli, LS/iV ) S. O. C.
Notice of Dismissal.
Notice is hereby given that I shall one
month from date lilc my linalaccount with
the Hoiiotable .Indue ot Probate fnrOraiige
burg ('utility S. C. as (biiiioian of Catharine
K. Dantz.le'r and -k Tor niv discharge'.
Li w. lYyyjy.l KB,
Oct 0; 1875; (?uardiah.
W ill open Iiis Photograph Gallery over
the Ol<l Hank Building, on Monday
t Mober 1 Ith, and will lie prepare*! to make
Photographs, Ferrotype*, Anibrotypcs,
Pictures of every style andnU sizes. Special
attention paid to Copying from old Pic
tures. Enlarging to life size, or reducing to
suit, rings, lockets, or broclics.
F. A SClIIFFLEYi
oct 9 td
OFFICE OF CO., COMMISSIONER'S,
Orangelmrg, S. C, October 5th 1875.
Sealed proposals will he received until the
Ctli day of Xovemb.-r next for the rebuild
ing entirely new, the River Rridge near the
Town of Orahgeburg, known as the Orange
burg River Rridge, also both Bridges
known as ('aw Caw on Hull Swamp Road,
now to be Rebuilt of entirely new material
to the lowest Bidder, for particulars,
apply to this olliee.
Ry Order of the Road.
oct 0 4t
oka xu kmv nki?
IN PRORATE COURT.
Iixiwi'te Jewella S. Thomson, Widow; and
Klcauor Thomson, Minor Child of
Charlcri R. Thomson, deceased, by her
.?Id LUem Jcwella S. riioim on.?Petition for
1 lomcstcad, &e.
Public notice is hereby given, that
Jewdla S- Thomson an<l Eleanor Thomson,
above named, Widow and Minor Child of
Charles 11. Thomson, deceased, have ap
plied by Petition to mo, as Probate Judge
for the County of Orangchurg to have their
llomesteid and Personal Property Kxeiiip
tion appraesed and set oil', according to law,
out of the E-state of the said deceased; anil I
will act on said Petition on November
tenth, A. 1). 1875.
Paled at Orangeburg, South Carolina,
this seventh day of October, A. I). 1876.
AUG. R. KNOWETON,
Judge of Probate.
not 0 6t
All persons having demands against th?
Estate of Robert Walker deceased, will pre
sent the same to the undersigned or his
Attorneys Messrs I/.lar & Dibble on or be
fore the first day of December next, and all
persons indebted to said Estate will make
V. V. S. AUSTIN,
Ootohcr 3rd 1875.
oct ?.) 3t
The account* of Estate of Dr. F. S.
Fcrsner, and T. B. Royd, have been placed
in my hands for collection, and if neeesrary
for SUIT. Parties" interested will save
Costs by calling soon.
\V. II. (JIUARDKAU,
oct 2 1875 tf
The undersigned would idler his thanks
(o the citizens af Orangelmrg County for the
liberal patronage which he has heretofore
enjoyed, and in announcing to them that he
has associated himself with Oapt. F. II. \V.
Rriggmann, and removed to the NEW
3T.?UE of that gcrtleinan, hopes that his
old friends will bunt him up there, and
that he may add many new ones to his list.
W. K. CROOK.
GLOVEK & Oi^OVJiill,
A TTO ItN E Y S AT L A W,
Oflice opposite Com t House Square.
Ot'iuigubtti'g. S- O
T. W. Glover, Mortimer Gi.ovek,
Feb. 10 tf
The New RricK Store on Main Street,
next door to Kohn ?v Rro. Apply to
Mm. ROSA OMVKKOS.
sept IS ? 1ST") lm
Y GOODS HOUSE 1
T. KOHN & BROTHER
EXCLUSIVELY DM G00DSHOUSEINTHE 111
Now oflfei to ihu ciliiorvj of thin mod Burronnding ceaatiet an immonno
Boots and Shoes,
HnLi ami Caps,
Gents Furnishing Goods,
At New York Retail Prices.
t&r Our Stock is already very complete, bat we aro receiving gooda by
AH we a?k is that you stop with ui lon^ enough to examine ear
Stock and prices, vre will then convince you, that it is useless to go further
lor Cheapness or Better Goods.
All close Buyers who are judges of goods are invited to call and
examine our Stock before purchasing.
We Cannot be UNDERSOLD.
We MEAN BUSINESS.
CALL ...ND SEE US.1
T. KOHN fe BRO.