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ISSUKD KV Kit Y SATljltDA Y MOItXIKCi l'.V Till:
OltANOKlI?liO Si:\VS COMl'ANV.
"~ til.O. l!l7l7iTbh\ lUlsilH'SS S?HIilKIM*.
B?^* We lire in no way responsible lor
tlie views or opinions ofoiir Correspond
The Convention To-Day.
Experience should Icneii I lie Ke
puliliciius io be careful in selecting
men to represent them. Jt lias been
too much the custom wilh Co ven
lions in tlic past to ho pulled about
mid controlled in tlie interests of men
eminently selfish and conspicuously
noted for tlicir love 61'j?eli"and noth
ing else. '1 he delegates who will
make up the Convention. to-day will
be IVch from thepeople, and we hope
for the welfarei of the hard working
yocmanry who make up the llepubli
enn parly, and who have to bear tho
brunt at the polls; that an iniluchtiiil
and rc])rcscntative,d(.dcghtion will be
ihcEcn to go to Columbia. Many of
oiir slhunchtst and strdngesi men re
siding hi ll.o country have been
ignored hi tlie past, and wc trusl that
nub us these will be allowed a
chance to day. Come out, hard !i.-t. d
lvcpublicajis, cud mi l assert your
?rights! Von have them, and it is
with you to shy whctluror 'not they
shall be trampled into '.he dust by
cliquism. Brc:i'< up the slates that
have been made up to shove down
your throats, and elect men with
whom the people who sent you here
will lie satisfied, Uemcmbcr your
errors of (he past. Don't 1)0 caught
napping again. Up! up!! and do
your duty, every one of you !!! A
SINOl.K MlsSTKP NOW MAY hlMNO
DKFKAT IN nn: I I Tt.ni:.
The Buttv: Impeachment.
It is now well known that the at
tempt to remove Solicitor Butt/, from
ollice by impeachment before the
Legislature, oil tl.e eve o! its ad
jqurnihciil, was the woik of the lion.
E. W; M. Maekcy, ntember of Coh
grcss, from this District. The com
munity will rcmcnibor thai Solicitor
Bullz is contesting Mnckcy's seat
before Congrc.:s, and we are reliably
informed that the evidence * of the
contestant 'clearly establishes his
right to, the seal, it further tip pea rs
that Maek-cy did not take, any c-vi
-cicrrcc, and (i.uf, ajiicss lit; ' cjiui'.'f" by
other means 'aflcef Buttz's position be
fore the coihinittco on elections anil
the 1 iouscof lie present at i ves, he would
eventually be obligi d in surrender the
scat in Congress to liuttz. Tho im
peachment dodLe wiis to accomplish
this. Although Maekey succeeded
in having a committee of three ap
pointed, consisting of tho personal
enemies! of the Solicitor, which com
mittee examined marly every thief
and coiiyict in Charleston County,
whom the Solicitor prosecuted du
ring the hist four years; yet they were
unable lo detect anything injurious or
damaging lo their intruded victim.
After the evidence had been read
to the House of K< prcsenta lives, the
vote was taken and sixty-two votes
were cast against impeachment, while
thirty-two in favor of it.- We con
gratulate the Solicitor in having de
feated tho Scheines' lo injure him We
publhli the nimorily report of the
committc in another co'iimn.
The fall of 1 kil.iiap continues to
be a prolific; subji el to editors and
newspaper correspond uts. Gran'. ! ;:.
doiic thus and so, they say; he litis
traded with bis brother in posttradcr
ships; inside money here and there,
but no ono has ye! been sharp enough
to establish \iU giiii? sullieionlly to
lead lo bis impeachment; but ilclk
na'p, poor Be!knap ! by making his
wife his agent and nw/hfiiiife, has
obscured the lustre of bis war-like
name, nud tnudc haste quickly in ihr
direction of the 1 Vhitchtiary. It is
dangerous lo fob) with women. N'o
mailer how beautiful; how sweetly
rounded, how plump, how rosy their
lips, women sectn to be unsafe '?pardsV
for st ?See* ret a ry of War. And why '.'
Because the lirsi disturbance ever
created in the world was occasioned
by u mule fooling iibottl a female.
The Ai'jr? ami C'l-iirirr voliiiiliiri'v
defend..-; I'(?'any. Mossr.*. Iv iordoii A;
Dawsoli, will y>? 11 answer us a lew
qucsl ions? Is Dclany a better
mau Ihau Cnvender ? If not, why
did Governor Chamberlain make I
(lesh of on ? and bone.- el" i!i other '.' :
' Your edit- rskips will please answer. !
One Last Struggle.
liy the Augusta papers of yester
day we learn that Alexander II.
Stephens started lor Washington lust
night, where it is said he will make
Iiis lust lilbrt iu behalf of the South.
It will bo n grand sight to behold
this dying statesman pleading upon
his crutches in the Capitol nt Wash
ington for moderation, and order, and
honest government ! lie will pass
our depot on _ I ho 2 o'clock up train.
mmmmmm> ? - ? gi ? ? ? -
We have been informed by Senator
Andrews, Chairman of the. Commit
tee appointed to investigu'e the Agri
cultural College, that the Committee
lias not made its report yet, and that
the statement lt> that eflcet, published
in .hist Saturday's AWs und Courier,
had no foundation in fact. Senator
Andrews Miys the report will be made,
accompanied by nil the evidence
taken beb tu tbe Committee, as soon
as the Legislature rc-nsscmblcs.
We overheard an amusing conver
sation that look place in the Court
Mouse Square on Wednesday last;
The question debated was: "What
does the word Bonanza mean?" One
gentleman insisted .that it meant an
unexpected streak of good luck, while
the other protested that it signified
fraud. A heated discussion ensued,
each gentleman asserting to the last
that he was right. Our opinion is,
that if the parties engaged in the
del hie have any resemblance wha'
ever to a iloimn/.a, that tbe significa
tion given to it by the latter gentle
A Gentleman traveling through
cue of the rural precincts of out
county, a lew days since, rode up to a
farm-hou.-e, and thus accosted a curly:
headed urchin, who was scaled on the
top of a gatepost: "JJub, wheres
your pa?" The youngster replied,
"lie's jest gone down there bey a ml
ihr, cow-shed to . bury our old dog
Towsor. The rlaru'd old fob1 killed
hisseIf n-bhrkih' at candidates for
sheriff, lie you oie?" Our friend
A spectacle nihil was in town during
the week and sold eyes to a good
many of our young men. A gentle
man of lender years, in the employ
nicht of our popular Clerk of Court,
treated himself and now sees through
a glass darkly. He wilMiereaftor sa
lute his friends through gobies.
We I ear of deep combinations
being made all around by politicians;
a few of which we may notice in a
future 'ssue. .Meanwhile we would
advise our friends to be on the watch
lor .-harp tricks.
New Hampshire has gone Republi
can by a large majority! The lall of
Hciknap did int seem to influence the
people there. Fast women may ruin
one man, but they are not J powerful
enough to crush the Republican party.
W onder if lie lk imp's wife ever gave
a lock of her glossy ringlets to the
men she accepted bribes from for her
fallen lord? It is said that she has
beautiful pouting lip-.
i.ttmar of Mississippi is sick and
will not bo able lo continue his ser
vices in Congress this session. II? is
the ablest of all the Southern Con
The Columbia h'eywte'r went with
the corruptionists and defended T. J.
Mit(d;ey. I'alling into the tracks of
(he old I'linnue fasti
Vt'S'iOrdhy we gave a synopsis of
the rcpoii against Solicitor I'.uitz, by
Messrs. llnytio and Sloan, as well as
what liny said in t.be adoption of the
same. Wo now give the report of
M r. Miller, of Menu foil:
Ilbn. ii. Ii. Elliott, Speaker, and
Membe'is id' the House of Kcprc
scuta lives. I have the honor to
respectfully submit, for your consider
ation, the fot lowing report, based up
on investigations made by the com
mil tee to investigate the charges that
had been intimated ngainst. C. W.
Ibtttz, e.-oj., solicitor of the fust
Your coiumilteo, consisting of W.
A. Jlimie, John T. Sloan, jri, and
in\.-< 11', proceeded on Friday night,
llie lOlh iiist., IrVChurleslon, and look
evidence on the 11 th, 13th, 1-lth and
l?tli insLs. Your committee was ably
assisted in procuring evidence by
1 Ion. M. McLaughlin, member of this
house, nud the Hon. 10. W.M. Mackcy
men:her of congress.
1 have enrefully coiisidercd nll Ihc
evidence taken; mid have arrived at
I'm' conclusion (hat it (Iocs not war
rant' (his house in taking any further
iietioii in the premises, except dis
charging the committee therefrom. I
have- refused to sign a statement pro*
posed by the other two members of
the committee for the following rea
That the cvidenco taken is fatally
contradictory and wholly insufficient;
nearly all of it being opinions of the
witnesses, hearsay testimony, and,
where the witnesses spoke of their
own knowledge, they have been
positively contradicted by those
whose names they would give ns wit
nesses to corroborate their statements.
As to the charge of' b'ackmailing"
I in the case of the stuto vs. Itichard
(Murphy, indicted in 1873, charged
with wounding Policeman O'ICcif- The
evidence in t his case before the com
mittee was first, that of Harry May,
which has no weight, because of the
contindictory manner iu which it wus
B. Foloy testified that he received
$100 from Murphy, the defendant in
this case, for the purpose of influenc
ing the solicitor's action in the case.
Murphy, the defendant, testified he
never gave Ii. Foley or any other pr?r
| sou any money or property whatso
ever to influence the solicitor in this
case, rind that the case never cost him
I one cent, and that Col. It. W. .Sey
mour was bis attorney, who defended
him without cost.
Hon. E. W. M. Mackcy testified
I that in 1873 Solicitor Buttz attempted
through him to ^blackmail County
Treasurer Gurney and George I.
Cunningham, chairman board county
commissioners, bv threatening to
prosecute them if they did not pay
certain claims held by him against
Mr. Cunningham, upon being sent,
for, testified that Solicitor Bnttz had
never attempted to blackmail him at
any time or in any manner, and that
Mackcy was mistaken in what he had
General Glirncy being in the city,
I proposed to the committee that be
bo sent for and examined in regard to
'.be statement of Mr. Mackcy, and re
gret to say 1 was overruled. I regard
the contradiction of Mr. Cunningham
sufficient to destroy the testimony of
' Combining with 'fellers' to escape
The only testimony to sustain this
charge was given by \Y. A. Hoard,
who has been con victed three times by
Solicitor Butlz of various offenses,
and sentenced to tbe penitentiary.
Said Hoard admitted in his testimony
that he had sometime since will fully
and deliberately shot Solieiter Butt/,
in the breast and hip with a pistol.
From the character of this witness
and the nature cf his testimony, in
my opinion it is unworthy of belief.
Ad other testimony on this charge
was ru*nbr or heriivay.
'"Using his office for selfish and cor
Tbc lesliiwmj* outfits pnin'-nr^vpnte"
j and defective, and is only Sounded on
bebe!, and, therefore slrnihl not be.
considered, no witness having cited a
I single instance to sustain this ch irg-'l
Therefore, 1 ask that the resolution
to impeach C. \\ . Butlz, solicitor, be
rejected, and that the committee be
I discharged from i tirilier consideration
of tlie same.
(Sigmd) Thomas E. Mii.lgr,
Member Special Committee.
Mr. Miller stated in his speech that
he, with the other members of the
commit tec, entered into this investiga
tion with no favorable, opinion of the
solicitor. Iu I net, they were all
against him at the start. That Buttz
had made application to be present,
with his attorney, Ho::. P. T. Cor bin;
during the examination of witnesses,
which was refused. The committee
did not allow him to produce witnesses,
nor cross examine any of the witnesses
brought ugiiinst hint. In fact, they
did not intend he should know what
had been enid by the witnesses until
the house had impeached him. Mr.
Milier went on to say that, notwith
standing all this, the investigation, so
far ns obtaining any reliable or sub
stantial evidence against Mr. Buttz,
had been ah utter failure; that his
sense of honor ami justice required
him to make the report he had sub
The Hon. 1?.. B. Elliott, who
thoroughly understood the character
of ihe evidence that had bean taken
by the committee, showed to the
house tint there was nothing in the
testimony that won hi warrant the re
port of .Messrs. II ay tic and Sloan. In
addition to the evidence taken by the
committee, he produced alii davits of
respectable and reliable, citizens of
Charleston, showing the character of
the convicts who had testified against
To have passed tbe resolution of
impeachment it would have required
eighty three votes?two thirds of all
elected?yet only thirty-two votes
were in hi vor of impeachment and
sixty-two against it. ? Union-IlcraM.
Apologizing to a lamp post isprima
facia cvidenco that it is not Merrel's
I [opaline for the Liver, but some
worthless trash, called Bitters, that
has been taken into the stomach.
Merrell's Hepntinc acts directly on
the. Liver causing it to throw off the
bilo, and purify tbo blood. When
the I liver has a healthy action the
wdiole system is at once invigorated
and strengthened; disease has no hold
on the system, and is easily eradicated
Merrell's Hepatiuo has no equal in
permanently curing all diseases of
the Liver, Stonmcho and Kidneys.
Fifty doses for one dollar, two cents
per dose; cheaper than pills, and free
from Calomel. See book at Ding
Store. For sale by Dr. A. C. Dukes,
It must be good, lor overybody re
commends it, und ibc doctors prescribe
Wc mean Dr. Bull's Cough
Syr tip. Price, 20 cents.
Governor Smith, of Georgia.
Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 26, 1874.
Dr. J. S. Pcmberton?Dear Sir:
I have used your Globe Flower
Cough Syrup myself, and in my fami
ly, wit! benefits so marked as to leave
unquestioned the merits of a remedy
which in my experience has pn ved
one that excels everything for Colds,
Coughs and obstinate L'liig affections.
I shall always use it with perfect con
fidence, and recommend it to the pub
lic as a remedy which will afford that
satisfaction experienced by me and
Very respectfully yours,
Jas. M. Smith,
Governor of the State of Georgia.
Globe Flower Cough Syrup cures
Colds, Cougn, Bronchitis, Hoarseness,
Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup,
Pleurisy, Pain and Soreness in the
Breast, and will positively Cure Con
sumption. Wc shall publish in the
N kw's \ n i) Ti.m es Testimonials of great
an 1 good men of the nation, whose
woids cannot be doubted in regard
to the merits of Globe Flower fcyriip.
We prefer to let'hem speak.
Globe Flower Syrup for sab; by
Du. A. C. Di kes. ..
14 Mixy Save Your I.il'e.
'J'here i.-. no person living but what suffers
more or less with Lung Dis'tasej Coughs,
folds or Consumption, yet home would (lie
rather than pay 7~> eciits for a bottle of
medicine that would cure them. Dr. A.
IJoschcc's German Syrup has lately been in
troduced in this country from Get many,
and its wondcrous cures astonishes every
one that try it. If you doubt what we liny
in print, cut this out and take it to your*
I >rtijrf^ist. Dr. A ('. Dukes, and get a sample
bottle for 10 cents and try it, or a regular
size for 7") cents.
dec It tf
The undersigned having accepted
an invitation to officiate at the Bap
tist Church to-morrow, regrets to
announce that circumstances over
which he has hi control have con
spired to prevent his doing so.
A. I. Hartley. -
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY.
The Assets of this Company were in
creascd by the business of 187?
and now amiv.nj .'<>
This Company lias paid for Fire Losses
during the past forty years
arc bold by Trustees in ti c Cnited States
lor the exclusive security of American
NEW YORK OFFICE 45 WILLIAM.ST.
KIRK ROR1XSQN Agl.OrangeburgS. C.
OkAXGEnruo, S. (."., March 23rd 1870.
"VTOTIGIC is hereby given that the State
-Li apportionment for Orangeburg Countv
is $S.(iUl Dollars for School purposes. We
hope our County Treasurer will recevic this
money as there arc many of our Teachers
who still remain unpaid.
County School Coimof Orangcburg County.
I~) ? COV KitEI>?Taken awa>~from
\, a suspicious character, about one
month since, a Silver Watch. Any one
calling and proving property, can get it
from Mr. C?co. lloliver.
X M. WOLFE,
mar 25 ? if
WTOLI^N HORSIii-l have
KJ taken into my poses-ion a Bay Marc
supposed to have been stolen. The owner
can obtain the same by proving property
and paying expenses.
J. W. GRKKN,
mar 2"> 3t
AU persona having demands against the
I'.slateof Ann Berry deceased will present
llieih properly proven to the undersigned
on or before the first day of May next, or
they will be debarred payment.
March ltith lS7o
JOAN P. BERRY
Notifo of Dismissal.
Notice is herebv given that I shall one
month from d ate file account with the Hon
orable Judge of Probate for Orangeburg
County, and ask for letters of Dismissal as
Administratrix of the Estate of J. Morgan
MARY I RICK,
mar 11 It
Having recovered my health. 1 am now
prepared to contract for building, hauling
&c> I have had twenty years expericne,
and guarantee my work. Conti acts taken
on liberal terms.
I. It. TUCK Kit.
jan l? 3th
The undersigned, while thankfull for
past favors,will continue the general Stove,
Tin-ware, and House Furnishing
business, at tli? Old Stand. Repairing,
Hoofing and Guttering, done promptly.
To Raise Supplies for the Town of
Orangcburg, Sc. Ca. for tbe Fiscal
Year ending Ist April A. D. 1877,
and a Bill to Regulate Licenses?.
Section 1. Jfe it Ordained by the Town
Council oT Orangcburg, nod it is hereby
Ordained by the authority of the same:
i Tliat the following Taxen bo and are hereby
assessed ami levied lor the fiscal year be
ginning April 1st A. D. .1870, at and after
I hp following rates, that is to say:
1st. At the rate of four (4) mills upou the
assessed valuo af all real estate lying and
being within Hie Corporate limits of the
town of Orangcburg, S. C, including every
Building or other improvements on land
under Lease from Bodies Corporate or in
dividuals for any term of years; three (3)
mills thereof to bo expended for general
purposes, aud one (1) mill for tbe Fire
Sko. II. De it further Ordained, Tbnt all
real property within the suhl town shall be
assessed for luxation by three Appraisers
to be appointed by the Mayor of the said
town, who shall enter upon their duty im
mediately upon such appointment, and who
shall receive for such service a reasonable
compensation therefor to be fixed by tbo
Sr.o. III. lie it further Ordained, That
every Person, Firm, Company or Corpora
tion cngiigsd in any Trade, Business or
Profession hereinafter mentioned shall
obtain on or before Iho 1st day of May A.
U. 1870, a License therefor in manner
1st. Those commencing business after
the 1st April A D 1876, shall obtain a Li
cense before entering upon that business.
lid Every Person, ,?'irin, Company or
Corporation required by this Ordinance to
obtain a License to engage in any Trade
Business or Profession fur which a License
is required shall register ivbh the Town
Clerk or his Assistant, his or her name or
style, aud in case of a firm or company
(heir names or styles of such firms or com
panies, and their places of business.
IJil. Their trade, business or profession
for which a Licence is required.
?4ill. The place where Mich trade,' busi
ness or profession is to be carried on; all
of which, mil answer to questions relative
to which, sluvl be given liudsr oath .
Sr.c. IV. If any person or persons shall
exercise or carry o i any Trade, Business
or Profession for the cxercis j carrying oa
or doing of which a linens : is re
quired by this ordinance without takin*
out such license as in that behalf required
he, she or they shall besides being liablo
for the payment of the license, be subject
lo a penalty not exceeding twenty (-0)
dollars, lo be sued for und collected in any
court of compel out jurisdiction, one fourth
of i he penalty after deducting expenses of
prosecution to be paid to Ihc person who
first informs of the mailer and things
whereby Ihc penally is recovered, the oth
er thrcu-fourtlis lo the benefit and use of
the Town, and to be imprisoned for a term
not more i hau twenty days, for cajh sad
every violation of IIiis ordinance.
Sr.c. V. In every license to be taken out
under or by the authority Of this orlin mo ?
shall be ontuiuc 1 and set forth tb ? p irp < w
Trade, Business or Profession. tW which
such Licenseis granted and I lid num. o
place of business of the person or pcrsjus
taking out th ? same.
Smc VI. flic Town CIcrV *'.'??'". I""?"""1'
a pron?r fity/biecns? fe be issued iu
each case which License spall bj kept by
the person receiving tho snt'oo in a cotispi
vious place as ilie,To>vn Ck;I*k ni iy direct.
Si:o. VII. A License grWH-^-^rffw*-*^
1st day of April A. I). 1870mom 1 conti.iu ? in
force until t.i." 1st d.iy o. April A- D. 1877
nnd all lie-uses graute I after ti ! 1st day
of April 1S7?> shall be isui.-l u . >.i th.? the
payment of a ratc.ib'e pivipOriion of tlie
whole aiuoui.t of money iai.i.M.-l for such
License provided liowcver i hat no Liceiiso
bo granted for less ilinii t.ircj m inliii
though the time at tbe end of lac yc.ir be
less than that.
Sko. VIII. Each License granted shall
be dated on the 1st day of the month in
which the liability therefor it-ierii is and i hi
amount to be paid tberctor shall be cn u
puted therefrom uniil the en 1 of the year:
an<l every person exercising or cirryiag
on any trade, business or profession siiali
keep said License in their possession, ua I
unless they shall do so shall be uee'ine I
anil lukeu to have no License, nnd it shall
he the duty of tho Towu Marshal and
Detect no Force to report any violation
Skc. IX. Upon the removal of any per
son or pcruous from the house tr premises
at which the trade, business or profession
mentioned in auch was* uihorizel it may
nnd shall be lawful for the Town Clerk tc
authorise by endorsement of such License,
(he person removing as aforesaid lo any
other place in the corporation lo carry oa
the trade, business or profession specified
in shell License at the place to which such
person may have removed
Sec. X. For a License lo carry on any
trade, business or profession herjiaafter
mchti?hcd shall be paid lo tbe Town Clerk
or Treasurer, viz ?
Apothecaries, $20; Ambrotypists for one
year or less, $1U; Architects, $3; Fire or
L.fe Insurance Companies, nnd Agents
of other Companies each $10; Auc
tioneers, resident, $i0 p r } ear; Auction
eers, transient, $10 per day; hanks oi their
branches, $25; Dealers in Hoods, Wares
and Merchandize other than distilled
Spirits whose annual sales are not ovor
$0000, and for each additional $ 1000or
fractions thereof, 50 cents; Dentists, $10
each; p.intiug offices. $5. 1 .w.^crs, each $10;
Harbers, each $'J; Tailors each $3; Drays,
Carriages, Wagons an I Buggies, that haul
for hire. $3 for each Vehicle so employe I;
Omnibusses and Hacks, $'>; Circuses per day
$100, and for each side Show accompanying
or in connection therewith, $2">; Practtsii. g
Physicians, $10 each; Pedlars per montn,
$10; Hucksters or Slreet Venders, $'2; Cabi
noi Makers or Bepuirers, $2; Wholsilo
Liquor Dealers, $70. (Every person firm
or corporation whoso bu-ineas is to sell
disi iL cd spiri's, fermented wines or
liquors of any kind iu quantities of ono
quart or over shall bo regarded ns whole
sale liquor Dealers.) Bet nil liquor dealers
or bar rooms, $100. Every person or firm
whose busiuoss is to sell dinlilled spirits,
fermented liquors or wines of any kind by
the glass or otherwise shall bo termed
Met nil Liquor Dealers; Provided t hat no
License lo sell npirituous or malt liquors,
wine or cider shall be granted for n shorter
period llian six months, llotols, $10; Pri
vate Herding houses, $6; Kcstivi.r.inis,
$.0; Bakeries; $5; Milliners, $5; Saddlo
nnd llarnoss Mnkcrs and Kepairers,
$">; Boot and Shoo Makers, $3;
Carriago Makers and Wheelwrights, $10;
Jewellers, Watch and Clook Kepairers, $10;
Master Mechanics or Contractors, $5; Tin
ners, $10; Billiard Tables $10 curb; Gumo
Tables of any kind whatsoever other than
Billiard, $5 each; Gunsmiths, $2; Saw and
Grist MiiUa tid Planing Machines and Uice
Beaters run by Steam or otherwise each
$10; Blacksmiths, $3; House andSign paint"
crs, $3; Livery Stable Keepers, $10; and ail
persons carrying on different businesses
although ia 6ame building shall . pay a
aopnratc tax on each.
?EC. XI. lie it further Ordained, That all
male iuhab'itduts of the Town of Of ango
burg between tho ages of 18 and 50 (a'c
tivu firemen excepted)" shall bo liable to
road duty, and shall also bo subject to' a
compound tax of Si cio!i which said tax
shall bs appropriate 1 to the uses and im
provements of tho coporation.
Snc. Xll. lie it farther Ordained, That
liu-.kstors License s?all not be liable to'
any deduction on account of tho time Inf
which euch License shall bo issued.
Sec XIII. lie itfurther Ordained, That
the owner or owners of dogs within the
Town of Orangcbuog S. C. shall pny a tax
of $1 upon each and every dog owned by
bim,her or them, and that the owner or
owners thereof sh vll bo provided with a
collur to bo furnished at the expense of tho
Town, and on and after tho first day of
Juno next ensuing, any dog owued by any
person living in said' Town, found upon the
streets without such colar shall be taken
up by the Murshal and tho owner notified
thereof, ami if such owner or ownors shall
fail to- pay the license upon Such dog or
dogs within five days after being ho notifi
ed, said dog or dogs shall be killed.
Skc. XIV. lie itfurther Ordained, That
all ordinances or parts of ordinances levy
ing u tux or prescribing the modo or time
of returning or paying tho same or any
other regulation in relation therolo aro
hereby continued in full forco and eSfoct so
lur |l8 (hc same nrc not in conflict vr'nh tho
provision of this ordinance.
Sec. XV. Be it father Ordained, That
all Town Taxos on real estalo re
quired under this ordinance shall be paya
ble within (30) thirty days from the (20)
twentieth day of April A. ?. 187C. All
tnxes unpaid after tho expiration of the
thirty (30) days shall be subject to an ad
ditional tr.x of twenty per centum on real
estate nndlwonty per centum on Licences.
St:c. XVI. Be it farther Ordainedr That
the fiscal year shall begin on the 1st day of
April, A. D. 1870
Sue. XVII. lie itfurther Ordained, That
this ordinance shall remain In forco uutil
amended or repealed.
Sr.c. XVIII. lie itfurthtr Ordained That
all ordinances or part of ordinances milita
ting against tl is ordinance bcand the same
arc hereby repeated;
CiEO: BOLl.VER [L. S.]
T. U. Mai.one, Clerk of Council,
llaliitcd on the 17th day of March 1875.
By virtue of Sundry Executions to roc dir
ected, I will sell to the highest bidder,
at Orangcburg C. IL on the First Mon
day in April next, for Cash, all tho
Right Title and interest of the Defend
ants in the following property, vis:
All that plantation or tract of land in1
Orangebiirg county, coutainining 15-lucres,
more or Icsa, ho'ind^d bv laud; of K. V.
Shulcr. j- A. Fehler, 1). J. Chyton, Jr., J,
t^. Parlor and Carson Felder, the same
Ii big the Home-tea I of Ja*. F. Livingston,
i!so :! Mulus, l "? lieh?! Cattle ami 1 Cart.
Levied on as the property of James F. Liv
ingston in the case of James F. Livingston,
ii .'rv.-i Eliza p. Livingston et al.
AM that plantation or tract of lanil Ir?
?nid county, ??u H.tlfwjy Sw.nnn c..'i'.?^ining
LO > l i"0-v ??r' \t~*~ Oomi'ded by lands
of K Ke ler, Shoemaker, Hen'j Cum-'
inings. Fcikel, Barber and other*. Levied;
on us the properly *f .1. H. Oarhy at tho
suit of I'riuee Green and others.
?tlr.tiizrh-trz: * WL,-~*-l
Shoritr? UiHee, \ E.I.CAIN,
Mar. 18th; H7't. 1_< ' > t\
Martha Stroman, Adin'x
W. A. TCain el ah
In He. Ex. Parte
James E. Hozird.
By virlnre of tb? judgment, herein. I wilt
sell far cash, atOraiigoburg l.'.i H.i' on tho*
tir.-t Moudiv in April next, during th?
usual hours of sa-e. at public outcry,the'
following, ir.u t of )aii?\ vi/.:
All that tract or parcel of Und in Orage
burg County, containing 50 acre*, mnrcor
less, being a portion of'JOU dcrvs, of which*
Absalom Strom an died, seized, and whiel?
in his life time, he bargained to rellto*
James B. Hozard and one J D. Ricken
baker, whereon the Mid Jaine? E. Borarrf
Purchaser to pay for papers and recording,
Edward A. Nix,
vs. J Foreclosure'
John C. Edwards, and
By virtue of the Judgment herein, P
will* sell at Orangeburg C. II.,
on the first Monday in April
next, during tho usual hours of sale, at
public auction, the following tract of land
All that plantation or tract of land,,
situate in Orangeburg County on
Four Hole Swamp, containing 300 acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of
Dantzlcr, Cecil Edwards* Eat; C L.Bochett,
Dr. R. W. Bales am\ lands lately of J.C
Kdwards. The same being the Homestead
tract o/.Jno. C. Edwards.
Terms?One third Cash, the balance on a1
credit of One and Two years secured by
Bond of the purchaser bearing interest fron?
day of sale and a Mortgage ofiho prtmisoa.
Purchaser to pay for papers and Recording
II. M. Andrews Asasignce )
of Wm, M. Sain, J- '
vs. J Foreclosure
J. R. d> C. G. Stephens.
By virtureof the Jndgmcnt herein, Twill
sell, for Casli, at Orangcburg C. II., on tho
first Monday in April next, during the usual
hours of sale, at public auction, the follow
ing tract of land, viz:
All that parcck or tract of land situate in
Orangcburg County, containing 617 acreay
more or less, bounded on the North, by
hinds of l>r. B. II. Knotts, South, by Ed ist o
River, East, by Estate lands of G. 8. Jen
nings and Sarah and Mary Graves and
West, by lands of Dr. B. H. Knotts and
Purchaser to pay for papers and Record
Sherifl's Office, 1
Orangcbuig C. il., \ E. I. CAIN,
Mar. 18th, 1876._)_8. O. C,
OFFICE OF COUNTY TREA8URER
OuANOEnuRO, S. C, Feb. 17th 1876.
The time for payment of Taxes has been
extended to the First of April next, after
which time the penalty will CERTAINLY
attach. Take notice thereof and govern
J. II LIVINGSTON,
Orangeburg County, S. C.