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What Was Done at the Last Meet
inj; of That Body.
V Orangebuig, S. 0., Feb. 2, 1906.
/ Proceedings of regular meeting of
city council held this day. Present
Hon. Thomas C. Doyle, Mayor, and
Aldermen Lathrop, Jeffords, Fairey,
Sain, Salley and Oliver.
The report of the secretary Com
missioner of Publio Works, for the
month of January was read and re
[ ceived as! information, and ordered
The report of the City Treasurer for j
the month of January, 1906, was
read and referred to finance committee j
and ordered published.
Office of City Clerk and Treasurer,
Orangeburg, S. C, Feb. 1, 1906.
To the City Council.
Gentlemen: I respectfully submit|
the following report of the financial
transactions of my office for the montb
I of January, i906:
Bal cash held as treas Jan 1.310,142 86
Beceived during the month 2,431.23$
Transferred back from W &
L account.. 203 61
Disbursed during the month 5,422 89
Bal. held as Treas. this date! 7,354 81*
Balance to acct. Com. Pub..
Works this date. 666 98
Total cash in Treas to date...$ 8,021 79*
SOURCES OF RECEIPTS.
General tax executions. 26 71
Insurance Companies. 63 41*
Total taxes. 90 12-,
House Rents. 16 00
Fines and forfeitures. 77 00
Licenses. 181 00
Sankary dues. 200 00
Dispensary profitslfor Dec... 1561 66'
Two-mules by st. dept. 150 00
Coal. 133 95
Manure. 6 50
[Terra Cotta pipe. 15 00
Total. $2431 23*
Street Depart. $ 763 21
Police Department. 413 63
Executive Depart. 527 38
Water and light deprt.... 1487 12
City Property.. 30
Sinking fund and int. 2,040 00
Fire Deprt. .37 00
Health Deprt. 154 25
Total.8 5422 89
DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSE
City treasurer, R R fare indi
gent person.?.8 4 60 j
So. Express Co. charge on In
dex books. 351
Postmaster, P O box rent, 3
Harvey Williams, repairing
fountain. 5 50 j
Co. Public Works, school fund
1905-6. 670 00
J W Smoak, locks etc for guard
The Patriot, contract ad, 3
mos to 12-31-5. 25 001
Orange Cotton Mills, 25 tons
coal (?3,35. 83 751
J W Smoak, supplies st dept
for Dec. 41851
Orangeburg Hrdw and Furni
ture Co., supplies Jiov-Dec.. 17 081
Deas & Govan, sh( eing mules
December. 5 501
The Patriot, sanitary receipts 12 50
R L Joyce, 2 galv san. buckets 10 001
Health pay roll, week ending
Jan 6. 12 001
W M Sain, 2 mules at $250. 500 001
W V Oliver, damage in'ury to
hcrse. 10 00
Orange Cotton Mills, 44 tons
coal (a)3.15. 138 60]
City treas, R R fare etc for
sick n' gro. 1 85 j
City treas, redemption one R.
RBond. 500 001
Street pay roll, wer:k ending
Jan 6. 28 001
Edisto Savings Bank, 1905 int
erest on $14,500.00 Railroad '
bonds. 870 00|
Ayers & Williams lime lor
Hlth department. 6 801
Ayers & Williams, 25 bus corn 18 75
Orange Cotton Mills, 32 90 tons
coal at 3 35. 110 22 [
So. Bell Tel. and Tel. Co., ser
vice for Jan. 63 j
Jas. L. Sims, contract ad for
1905 & Stationery. 105 20
Jas L Sims, sta for hlth officer 95
Health pay roll, week ending
Jan 13. 12 00
Street pay roll, week ending
Jan 13. 27 51
Orange Cotton Mills, 25.95
tons coal at 3.35 . 86 94
Orange Cotton Mills, 47.40
tons of coal. 158 79
Hpnry Heacock,.envelope seal. 50
Orangeburg Ware House Co.,
Appropriation oy Council,
acct Water Main. 250 00
J E Glover, gloves . 120
So Bell Tel & Tel Co , L. D
Orange Cotton Mills, 85.3 tons ,
coal at 3 20. 273 51
W E Atkinson, Chmn-Lumber 2i 50
Postmaster, p. stamps. 3 50
January Baltzegar, putting in
4 panes glass C Hall. 30
Health pay roll, week ending
Jan 20. 12 00
Street pay roll, week ending
Jan 20. 18 75
Orange Cotton Mills, 42.10 tons
coal at 3.35. 140 04
East End Reel Co, Appropria
tion for Jan. 27 00
P W Cantwell, sanitary buck't 20 00
Health pay roll, week ending
Jan 27:. 8 00
Street pay roll, week ending
Jan 27. 23 22
Orange Cotton Mill, 128.60 tons
coal at 3.33 1-3. 428 60
Adden Bros, rubber coat. 5 90
Wm. Wade, janitor C II, Jan.. 2 50
W. L. Douglass, Hlth Officer
Salary for Jan. 50 00
J E Salley, electrician, salary
for Jan. 10 00
R F Jennings, dieting acct for
Jan. 22 50
J. B. Etheridge, street over
seer-Salary for Jan. 50 00
A. C- Dibble-asst to Clk &
Trcas-Salary for Jan. 66 67
W. G. AlbergOtti C of Police
Salary, for Jan. 75 00
J B Kelly Policeman Salary for
Jan....!. 22 50
W. M. Castleberry Salary for
Jan. 48 33
C M Dukes Policeman Salary
for Jan. 50 00
W II Edwins, Policeman Sal
ary for Jan. 48 33
F. M. De Mars Policeman Sal
ary for Jan. 50 83
S J Bo/.ard, Policeman Salary
for Jan. 4014
A A Scott Spl Policeman Salary
for Jan. 13 89
II. F. Jennings Policeman Sal
ary for Jan. 32 91
MrThos C Doyle Mayor salary
for Jan. 30 00
L H Wannamaker Sec Board
Hlth salary for Jan. luOO
L H Wannamaker Clk & Treas
urer salary for Jan. 85 00
Total in Vouchers Nos 1 to 58
As is shown in the detailed state
ment above, I have redeemed one bond,
No. 98, known as'.Railroad" bonds,
and have paid for the same with the
sinking fund of 1905 provided for that
purpose. And the bond is presented
to council for cancellation, after which
it will be filed as the treasurer's!
L H Wannamaker,
Clerk & Treasurer,
The claim of Mr. N. H. Bull for
expenses incurred in repairing his
fence on Russell street alleged to have
been made necessary by changes made
In the sidewalk by the City, was read
and on motion received as informa
tion. Amount of claim 831.40.
The matter of naming the streets
and cumbering the houses etc of the
city for the purpose of free mall de
livery having been brought to the at
tention of the counoil, it was resolved
that It be referred to the City attor
ney to report.to the council as to the
proper legal steps to be taken to ac
complish the same.
The contract for the City advertis
ing having expired on the first of
January last, it was on motion order
ed that the City Clerk and Treasurer
notify the proprietors of the Times
and Democrat, The Patriot and tbe
Evening News?newspapers published
In the city?tbat the Council will at
its next meeting receive bids for tbe
publication of all municipal official
notices of all the departments of the
city government including the pro
ceedings of City Council meeting, re
ports of officers and official boards
and tbe proceedings of meetings of
such boards, and all ordinances or rules
and regulations that may be adopted
by tbe City Counci1 or other official
board of the city, for the year 1906.
The communication from the Con
solidated Railway and Light Com
pany of Philadelphia, relating to the
establishing here of a gas plant, was
read and received as information and
the proposed ordinance relating
to the same entitled "An Ordinance
fof Gas Plant, authorizing Arthur
R. Law, of City of Philadelphia, State
of Pennsylvania, his successors and
Assigns, to purchase, construct, erect,
own,- maintain and operate a lighting
and power plant, as more clearly set
forth in the following paragraph, in
the City of Orangeburg, State of South
Carolina,"/was given Its first reading
and referred to the chairman of the
finance committee and the City attor
ney with instructions to report there
on at the next regular meeting of City
The proposed ordinance1 'Regulating
Licenses in the City of Orangeburg
for the fiscal year beginning April 1,
1906 and ending March 1, 1907" waa
given the first and second readings and
was deferred to the next regular meet
ing of Council for final action with
privileges of amendents.
The Committee on streets and rail
roads through Its chairman, reported
that the tender of $100.00, SaO.OO $25.
00, was made in the name of the City,
respectively, to W. N. Scoville, E. N.
Scoville, and Mrs. Mary C. Dibble, by
members of tbe said committee as di
rected by the action of City Council at
the regular meeting held December 1,
1905, for such portion of the lands of
the said W. N. and E. N. Scoville and
Mrs. Mary C. Dibble, as may be requir
ed and used by the (ity of Orangeburg
in extending Pearl street from the
present terminus of the court on lands
now or lately of Mrs. M. F. Pike be
tween Orange and Doyle streets^ to
Doyle street, and that the fender had
been refused by each of said parties.
The report was received as informa
tion, and it was on motion resolved,
that the proper legal steps be at once
taken for the institution of condemna
tion proceedings in the matter/of ex
tending Pearl street; and that the
committee on streets and railroads,
under the advice and direction of the
City Attorney, proceed to do all things
necfssary preliminary to the institu
tion of such proceedings.
On motion, the chief of police was in
structed to notify W. C. Crum ai d
others to discontinue the use of the
passage through the "Old" graveyard
lot on Broughton street.
The Committee on health and char
ity through Chairman Jeffords report
ed that Air. J. W. H. Dukes offered to
the City for a "Potter's" field, for the
sum of three hundred dollors, about
3* acres of land on the banks of the
Edisto river. The report was received
as information and it was resolved,
that the offer of Mr. Dukes be accept
ed, and that the committee with the
City Attorney, have the proper papers
executed for the transfer of title to
The committee on streets and rail
roads made a favorable report on the
application of the Orangeburg Ware
house company to be permitted to
have railroad spur-track extended
across Dukes avenue to warehouse.
And the committee was authorized to
grant the permit and supervise the
The important question of street
and other improvements for the City
was fully discussed by the council.
After which it was unanimously resol
ved; that the City Council memorial
ize the legislature now in session for
the passage of an Act if the City At
torney should lind that such action is
necessary authorizing and enabling
the City of Orangeburg under a favor
able vote of the people, to issue bonds
for the purpose of raising funds for
street improvement and for the erec
tion of a building or buildings to be
used as a City Hall; the aggregate
amount of such bonds not to exceed
fifty thousand (50,000.00; dollars.
The matter of a right-of-way over
and across the lands ol the Orangeburg
Manufacturing company for the pur
pose of laying and extending tlie City
water mains, was referred to the City
clerk with instructions to confer with
the proper parties and procure in the
name of the City such right-of-way.
The annual report of the secretary
of the commissioners of public works,
adopted by the board at their annual
meeting held January 23, 1906?the
report covering the year 1.-105?was
read before council and received as in
formation and ordered printed in
pamphlet form for distribution.
The requost of Mr. (i. H. Cornelson
that concrete pavement be laid on
Railroad avenue opposite his resinencp,
! and his oiler to bear one-half of the
expense of constructing the same, was
placed before council and on motion
The proposed ordinance entitled
"An ordinance to amend Section 103
of Chapter X of the Revised ordi
nances of the City of Orangeburg, rat
ified the sixth day of July, 1901," and
also the proposed ordinance entitled
"An ordinance to regulate the manu
facture and use of concrete or artificial
stoneblocks, in the City of Orange
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Cabbage Plants For Sale.
I have had several years experience in growing Cabbage
Plants for the trade and am again prepared to# fill any and all
orders for the very best early and late varieties best known to
experienced track farmers. These plants are grown Out in the
open air and will stand severe cold without injury. Prices ?. o.
b. here, packed in small, light boxes, so as to make express
charges lighter. *
$1.50 PER THOUSAND;
In lots of 5,000, $1.25 per thousand;' in lots of 10,000, $1.00
per thousand. Special prices made on larger orders. All orders
sent C. O. D. when money is not remitted with order. I guaran
tee satisfaction. Tour orders will have my personal attention.
Address all orders to
B. J. Donaldson,
M EGGETTS, S. C.
I SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Unexcelled Dining Car Service.
Convenient Scheao nil Local Trains.
Through Pullman Sleeping Cars on all Through. Trains.
Winter Tourist Rates are now in effect to all Florida Points.
? For full information as to rates, routes, etc., consult near
| est Southern Railway Ticket agent, or
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
R. W, HUNT,
Division Passenger Agent, "^j
Charleston, S. G
We are ready to sell you now .the best furniture ever
brought to Orangeburg. We have been in business
here long enough to understand the wants of the peo
ple hereaboxits and to know the kind of furniture that
lasts longest, and looks best.
Among the new arrivalf i we offer a three piece suite
that is the peer of any on the market and the best ever
offered for $30.00.
Other good bed room Euites at $7.75, and up to $100.
Splendid Rockers, solid oak, for $1 and up to $15.
Brass bed? and Iron beds in great variety. Best made
for the prices .$2.50 and up to $40.
HARDWARE AND TOOLS, s
Wo have a nery complete stock of all needed hardware
and building tools and farm utensils. If you buy it
from us you know you get the best to be bad. We
handle only the best in every line.
-?THE BEST GUNS MADE.?
Orangeburg Hardware &
NEW DROP-HEAD MACHINES
sold on easy payments. Good prices allowed for old Machines in
exchange. Second-hand Machines from $5.00 to $15.00. Also
parts and attachments furnished for all standard makes. Prompt
attention to mail orders.
New Bicycles Sold on Easy Payments.
Also Bicycle parts and sundries furnished for all standard makes.
General Repair Shop for Sewing Machines, Bicycles, Guns, Clocks
Give me your work. Satisfaction guaranteed, f
J. H. S M I T H.
Opposite New Postoffice.
I am buying Hides,
Sheep Skins and Bees 2
Wax, and pay the
highest market price
for same. See me at
Cotton Plat orm be- 9
fore selling. ?
R. N. OWEN j
Drs. PerrycJear & Sifley
Otfice in New Dibble Building.
We will attend |all calls in the
R. SI FLEY, Specialist In Dental
DProthesis, Crown and Bridge
Hay and Grain.
MERCHANTS IN THE neighbor
ing towns, buying Hav or Grain
IS. ITARLEY MERCANTILE will save money by buying through
Company handle all grades of Fer- me. I represent an old reliable firm
t.?izer. Purchasers would rio well to of Nashville. Respectfully
gat their prices before buying. 1-10-8. 1-10-4-m Fred F. Pooser