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THE OMGE?lG TIMES
. fiiimli _I_i?-. .. .
foftagetarg? 8. 0.? July 3!, 187% h
tA^GESt CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY.
? To change Contract Advertisements, notiw
tthttt bo given before Monday noon.
Oniffriend?*lihij?g to hava' advertlsernfttt? j
. iiwwtcd tttho TIMES, must hand tbcm in by
Tuesday morning, 10 o'clock.
?DVKKTISEMENTS will be inserted at
' flie-jf?? :?f esc dcSUr osd * half j*r square
?;^f^i?^t^*w*ion?M'tl one dollar per equaro
A? ?ach ?obaequent insertion.
liberal term* w**4e with those who' desire
to advertise for three, six or itrelr* months,
.'jjaj. Marriage notices and Obituaries not
td^etadiBg one Square, inserted free.
jinn 1 1 i ???
Henceforth, all Legal Ad
vertisements, of County
Interest, whether notices
or othors, will be publish
ed for the benefit of our
readers whether they are
paid for or not? ?
From time to time, the Colleion Ga
zette has published articles reflecting
upon the private, and official character
of Governor Moses, which were unstint
0 ing in proclaiming him, as the basest,
and most corrupt creature that could
possibly be found in any circle of society.
: These charges were reprinted freely, and
many of them were only copied in part
as tho details were too disgusting for ven
tilation. It was not'necessary to hold up
tho character of one, whose first illus
t?i0?8 step (that of being the officerjwho
. ffsSaimed the privilege of hauling down
tho United States flag at Sumter, after
ita reduction by the Confederates) led
him far off from the road he now travels,
as be was already a glaring and infamous
recollection in the mind of every honorable
man; And it was less excusable to exhume
the secret rottenness of a character, and
expose it to noonday sight, except for the
. purpose of removing so foul a person
jjjjjjrVn the high position he disgraces. The
HBi^^^^oes behind the veil, and with
BBBP^^P^-^P tears ?& a covermjg
HHRshows the foulest of tho foul. Yet
tho accused is silent; Did the reEuno
Governor occupy a place of confidence
and respect even then he could not af
ford to remain silent under such charges,
but Standing as he does, he must accept
the position of a Creature stigmatized by
Vho appears to know with tho most
heinous oflencca both criminal and pub
lic, which have ever gone unwbipt of
Justice. His summersault was from
principles of respectability to the com
panionship of the lowest depths of licen
tiousness. Oh Carolina; Vale Vale.
God help tKec in thy degradation.
Hb. Editor :-?I notice in the Times
of the 17th, that the P. M. at Fort Motte
(Mr. Carroll,) says, "that my mail is in
his office uncalled for, and has been for
sometime." That is not so; My mail
has been called for regularly every week.
We have a Club styled, "Sautee Club."
and my S. C. Advocate has in print, "care
Bantee Club," and in as much as I am a
member of the Club, my mail is called
for with the Club mail. I have not had
any mail since I made the complaint, and
there is another member of the Club
near me in the same fix. There is no
false accusation on my part, but how
with you Mr. P. M.
July 25,1873. J. E. JONES.
t - *
Mn. Editoi: :?Having an interest In
this Town of Orangeburg, I would like
to ask you, who published that notice of
Cholera which lately appeared in your
paper? I had my own doubts about the
strict accuracy of the statement, and
therefore I felt it my duty to "interview"
the man who died of Cholera in Orange
burg. No! by the way he mi*x''v die,
I felt this a duty because strangers don't
appreciate the luxury of Asiatic Cholera
and this report I thought might keep off
many a one who ought to be "taken in."
I mean scripturally "taken in." Not in
the modern and profane sense, "taken in I
and done for." So I- "Interviewed" the
Cholera man, who didn't die. He Raid it
w*j a mistake about his dicing. In fact
he didn't die, nor did he have any chole
ra at alh It wag only: a slight fit of indh
gestion (to whioM he was accustomed)
produced by a light'collation njede up Of
a quart of boiled peas and tvtelvfc ears of
corn, and finished off with a couple of
w?>rm?lona and two pints of pind*r?w
Ho expressed surprise at tho fuss made
about such a trifling matter. I am glad
to be able to furnish this reliable infoz^
mation as it may tend to relievo the
minds of any whe, desirious of visiting
tho place, wero deterred by this bug
Bat we have, something hero more
fatal than cholera, that is fire. In this
temperature it is as difficult to under?
ctand its use (exceptfor cooking purpo
ses,) as it is to appreciate the value of
cholera. But wo have firca here. Fiji
tell you all I know about fires, or rather
the last fire. I was strolling down on
Saturday afternoon with my usual ener
getic, business gait. I met an excited
colored lady, she said; "You walk
along so, smoking your pipe. Ain't you
know Mr. Dukes' Hotel bunnin up.?
Ain't you hear dat bell a ringing." I
said, my valued friend, I flatter myself
I know a fire bell when I hear it, I am a
member of a t fire company. I should
rather think I knew a fire bell from a
! supper bell; That bell which you hear
is the Supper bell of the Hotel." She
said "Now just look at your watch.?
You ever hear supper bell this time of
day," I replied gravely. "Your argu
ment does not convinco me, I see the
time of day, and I can well imagine if
that bell is not for regular supper, it is
for an extra lunch of watermelons,
peaches and ice cream. And all stray
boarders are called in thus." she says,
"very well, you go and see." So on 1
sauntered with unabated speed. My mind
bewildered as to whether or not I should
show myself and try for an invitation to
this extra lunch. It was warm and I
hankered after ice cream. When I ar
rived opposite the Hotel sure enough
there was a crowd. 8725 full grown and I
8211 children by actual count. So I
said to myself. If I loaf in there I'll
contribute one more mouth towards
breaking and utterly annihilating that
hospitable landlord. There are too many
there to treat already, besides which
the bell bad ceased, and I am too late
anyhow. I wandered in. however just to
get an accurate count of the people there
I and verify the statement above made. I
could not help wondering what the Rad
ical candidates Were doing * to let such a
crowd*collect without making a speech
for the benefit of the Country.. While in
the vard ? ca?t iny eyes^. .upwards and
saw a ladder set againsj^fhe house. *ffr
was a curious ladder a sort of cross be
tween a ropo ladder and our ordinary
ladder. On the ladder stood an individ
ual with a white jacket and a red cap on.
Ho seemed to bo supported by two ath
letic "Comets" .(that's the name of a fire
company.) Each one of whom held a
pitchfork, and the prongs of each pitch
fork were inserted in the heels of each
Red Caps shoes. And so Red Cap was
kept up. I asked what was that for.?
And was told that unless some persons
supported him thus, the ladder and ropes
would all break sure and hurt somebody.
I admired tho ingenuity of the con tri
I vance, and resolved to buy a nice trusty
ladder just like tlfat as soon as I could
I find out the maxer. I wanted to rush
I up to enjoy a delicious sensation of secu
rity, removed above and from tho dan
gers of earth; but was forcibly held
back. I made a drawing of the ladder
any way. Well Red Cap's business
seemed to be to furnish water* to other
Red dps who were on the roof of the
house. And the water was handed to
Red Cap in pint cups and drawn from a
handy well, nicely covered over in the
interior of the house, The other Red
Caps above didn't seem to. be doing mueh
more than cutting off the reef sf the
house, and emptying all the water they
got into the house that way?and it was
saved by running back into the well. I
asked what it was all for, and was told
it was fire. M then perceived some
smoke coming out of the chimney, and
concluded my informant was right.?
Hearing everybody around mo telling
everybody else to do something (and by
the way I can't.[recall to memory any
single order so given, which was obeyed*
However this was two days ago, and I
may have forgotten). I said to myself,
'?now is my time to direct." So I shout
ed out to the Red Caps on the roof, "pull
down the chimney and move the well
outside.-" I thought whore the well was,
that it was unhandy,, awl. should tliejfirc
spread'might be burned* up' altogether.?
About this time the Chief came along
and he modified my order by directing
that all the ceilings be simply cut away
and all the flooring of the Hotel removed
and tho weather boarding knocked off.
He gave no directions however, about
either the chimney , or the well. This I
thought queer as I saw smoke issuing
from the chimney, and the well if moved
out, .might have been so useful. Finding
that all chance of my. belog available in
an intellectual way as director, was* re
moved, and having be*n entirely super
aedcd by the/Chief. I resolved to con
tribute roy physical powers, thV they uro;
but puny, to aid' and assist.the demon
firo. I stepped back and: rolled up my
sleeves* My programme was Arranged
perfectly. I prepared to rueh in, throw
out the women and children and the pro
prietor and such, other light articles.^-r
Then throw out of 2d Story all the ?mir- j
rora and handy crockery, and. bring
down carefully as possible a feather bed
or two. This I had been told was always
expected at fires, and was strictly cus
tomary. Besides I. meant to bring the
bed down first as being useful for throw
ing the Woman, children and proprietor i
ou. But here I was again stopped in.
my zeal by tho landlord himself. ' He
said "Stop; tho firo has been put out long
ago. I put it out my8elf before
any body come." I said, "you are misr
taken theres' smoke from tho chimney,
let me go up and throw out just two mir
rors and one pitcher." He said,."no sir,'
the fire is extinguished." I then begged;
to be allowed to throw out only one in
finit, I saw in the window upstair?. He-j
said "you had better ask its mother," I
thought not. I am disposed to believe
I the landlord was mistaken, when he Raich
! he put 'out the fire; because I distinctly
heard 872 men say, each one had put it
out r and it didn't seem to me to be such
a big fire as to require the landlords help
also. I heard each and every one of
those men say if he had not individually
done something, that fire never could,
have been checked. And I remarked
i that each one discovered the fire just
before anybody * else. They all seemed
to agree, however, that it was a very
good thing that the fire was checked:
because if it had been allowed to burn
for 6 or 7 hours the whole hotel would
have been consumed,?perhaps bo?as I
for me I remained calm and collected as
usual, never allowing excitement to inter
fere with my reason, nor with any oppor
tunity of affording useful aid. I don't j
boast of what I did nor of what I saw.
It is a blessing that the well was saved.
It is classic and it is historic, 1 am told.
So still I think it fought to have been
moved out of all risk., ?'
I trust you will pardon -me if I've
been tedious in my account of this affair.
Fires should bo described accurately and.
tho origin, progress and result, definitely]
set djWn by one capable, as' an S^fejg
iu^ift of ?J?fiag cb. Thiu^I !
ored to do, at the risk of wearying ydu.
I am quite sure you will have sent you,
several accounts affecting to give you
minute data; on sifting these you'll find
they aro not from eye witnesses, while
all I tell you, I of course, saw, and 'tis
N. B.-^-There is an error in the rumor
that tho fire Companies in Charleston
and Columbia, were telegraphed for.
Our own efficient companies were prompt
ly on the field, and fully competent to
reduce the fire.|
N. B. B.?Upon reflection and a re
count from my notes, I find the number
of adults present was 9,723, and of chil
dren, 4,865, instead of as reported above.
Bravo.?Two young ladies of our
county, have twenty acres of finely glow
ing cotton, which they havo cleared of|
grass with their own labor, assisted by a
flock of geese. The crop promises to'
turn out about twelve bales. Their
household duties aro not neglected.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
TERMS OF LEASE:
All Payments made on Lease will apply towards
the purchase of the Instrument leaned.
Pianos valued at
$460 to $500 : : $76 advance, $25 monthly.
. 526 to 000 : : 75 advance, SO monthly.
026 to 760 : : 400 advance, 40 monthly.
Organs valued at
$125 to 200 : : $25 advance, $10 monthly.
225 to 850 : : 40 advanco, 15 monthly.
360 to 500 : : 50 advance 25 monthly,
ggf* Parties who offer satisfactory Security
can pay for Instruments in notes at 3, 0, 0, artd
12 months' time.
Call and And out other inducements offered
in both Time and Cash Sales, from
Ageut for Orangeburg County,
may 22,1873 14 tf
rjpHE TJNr>BRSTCrNED RK8PECTFUl!,LY
Informs the public that he is now prepared'to
furnish BRICKS in any quantity. All orders
I will ??et prrrr.mt attention.
.1. & EDWARDS.
mny 1 73 ly
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
To (he Commissioners of Elections for
Whereas Hon. James L Jamison who at tho
General Eleotion held in Oolobor 1872 for
tho Eleotion district of Orangcburg County
to^orvo for tho torra of four years, has oinoo
said election deceased; and;
Rhenas the Constitution of the Stato of
. South Carolina directs that in such case a
? writ of oleotion shall bo issuod by tho Presi
dent of tho Semite for tho purposo of filling
the vacancy thuB occasioned for tho remain
! cjfcr of tho term for which the member do
uocensed was elected to servo.
?Now thercforo you and oaoh of you ar e
hereby required after due advertisement and: .
vtfth strict regard to all tho Provisions of
tho Constitution and laws of said Stato
touching your duty in suoh case to hold an
election for a member for tho Senate for the
election distriot aforesaid to serve for the
remainder of (lie term for which the said
Hon. James L. Jamison was eleoted, tho polls,
to bo opened at the various polling plaoes of
eleotion in the said distriot, on Wednesday
tho thirteenth day of August, A. D. 1873, by
' the various sots of-Managers for those places;
and the counting of tho votes oast and tho
declaration of tho result of tho eleotion to
be in accordance with tho provision of Sec
tions 2 and 8 of Act of tho General Assembly'
Viuitld "an act to amend an act entitled,
nn act providing for the General Elections
and tho manner of conducting the same" .
approved March 12th, 1872 (pago 181 A. A.
I This writ together with a certified oopy
? of your return of the election hold under it
I have boiore the Senate at its next mccUing
Rafter the election.
Witness ? the signature of the Hon. B.
?jHowcll QlcaveB'President of the Senate at
Columbia this 2?th day of July A. D. 1873.
R, II. HO WELL Q LEAVES,
President of Senate.
jV WOODRUFF, Clork of Senate.
july 20 1873 3t
Office of COnimisoncrs of Elec
STATE OF'SOUTH CAROLINA.
On.v.NaEBuna County On.\m:m:r.o 8. C.
July 20th, 1873.
Notice is hereby given to the volors of
Orangeburg County that in pursuance of an
tot of the Oenoral Assembly approved March
1, 1870, entitled ?'ar act providing for tho
general election and tho mannor of conduct
ing the ennio amended by an aot approved
March 12, 1872, an oleotion will be held in
tho County of Orangcburg at the usual
r Foiling precincts mentioned below on Wed
nesday* tho 30th day of August, for the fol
lowing State Legislative office, to wit: One
.Senator to serve for tho remainder of tho
term for which tho snid Hoff. Jamison was
efcatcd, to wit:
Anrbui-i-oahisond drinking/al?jwis. fchall bo.
closed oa the day of election, and any per-'
son who shall sell any intoxicating driuks
oa tho; duy of election, shall bo guilty of a
misdemeanor, and on conviction ther'ooifi .
shall bo fined in a sum not less than one
hundred dollars, or bo iinprironed not less
than one month, nor moro than six mouths.
Tho managers of Election at caoh Produ
ct will be furnished \Ath a box which shall
bo publioly opened and inspected, to sve
that it is empty and secure, and then look
ed, just as before the opening of the Polls,
by two or more desintercsted parties, and
the keys returned to the mannagcrs, and
shall not he opened during, the Election At
tho closo of the Election the Managers aud
Clerk shall immediately proceed publicly to
open tho ballot box and count the ballots
therein, und continue such count count
without adjournment or interruption until
the same is completed, and make such state
ment of tho result thereof, und sign tho same
r.s nature of tho Election shall require, if in
counting two or moro like ballots shoul bo
found folded together compactly, only ono
shall be count ed#\nd tho others destroyed,
out if they beuV different named, the same
shall be destroyed and not counted. If
more ballots should bo found on opening the
box than there arc names on the poll-list",
all tho ballots shall bo returned to tho box,
and thoroughly mixed together, and one of
tho .Managers or the Clerk shall t*ithout
seeing tho ballots, druw therefrom and im
mediately destroy as many ballots as there
are in excess of tho mincer of names on
W it bin three days thereafter tho Chair
man or one of tho managers to bo designa
ted in writing by tho Board-, shall deliver to
tho Commissioners of Eleotion tho poll-list,
tho boxes containing the ballots, and writ
ten statement'of the i'cs?lt of the Election in
his precinct. The Polls shall be opened at
G o'clock in tho forenoon and closed at U
o'clock in the afternoon, on tho said day of
Election, and shall be kept open during
theso hours without intermission or adjourn
ment, and tho Managers shall administer to
eacli person offering to vote, an oath that:
' they are qualified to vote at this Eleotion
according to tho Constitution of this State,
and that they have not voted during this
In compliance with tho above, tho Polls
will bo opened at tho following places and'
tho following persona arc he toby appointed
.Managers of Election.
Avingers'?Paton Norris, January Mc
Neol, II. Richardson.
Lewisvillc?Dr. C. R. Tabor, P. M. Oeno
ral, James Pcaroe.
Jamison's?L. R. Beckwith, Paul Goran,
Zciglet's?D. H. H?dobrand, Godfrey
Murph, Israel McGowan.
Porto Motto?S. D. Ooodwyn, J. G. Dun
cun, Jnko Stuart.
brown's?J. D. Jones, John Phillips,
Fogib'8?D. R. Foglo, John'Wannamakcr,
Adam K. Flood.
Dears or Fonr Hole's?W. S. Barton, W.
B. Logan, Andrew 8. Aycrs.
Elliott's?P. M. Houser, Daman Knight,
Oub House?T. K. Kolter, AI C. Williams,*
F. 0. Williams.
Washington Seminary?'Hugo Sheridan,
Rolin Moss, Milliard 11 ant on.
liookharts?Harman Rush, Wm. Faulting,
Abram Mingo. *
Cedar -Grcvo?S. T. Islar, Allen Brown,
Griffin's?Frederick Dantzlcr, Dr. Voght,
Knotts'?Jos. B. Knotts, Rufus Whetstone
Orangeburg?M. Albreoht, Peter Walker,
Wm. N. Mount,
Kit sterling's?C. C. McMillan, John Mitch
ell, K. Forrest. . .
CorbcttsTillo?O. J. Odom, Kob'ort Wa?li
inglon, * Felder.
F*ld^r*s?A. P. Connor, Rer. Thos. Phil
lips, Henry Phillips.
Branokville?F. W. Fairy, W. H. R?cdigh,
Edward Green. \\/? ,
? ? Kti-.vc'ji Pump?T. F. Barton, Vaudy Bow
man, Jmnca Melvln.
Gleaton's-?barnott Livingston, Lori'n Ar
goc, Nero Bloom.
Chairman Managers Election,
?july 26 ?t
The State of South Carolina
In tub Court op Prouatk.
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON, Esq.,
Judg? of Pi'obute in said County.
WIIEHEA5?,' Cooolia Jainison hath mado
suit 'to mo'to grant tcr her Lottery of Ad
mini si ran on of the Estato and effects of
JamosL. Jamison, lalo of said County, de
The30 aro therefore to cite ami Admonish
all and singular tbo kiudrod aqd Creditors
of the said deceased, to bo and-appear bo
fore mo at a Court of Probate for .the-said
County, to be holden at my Office in Orangc
burg, 8. C, on Thursday 8l6tday of July !
1873, at 10 o'clock A. M., to 'show causo-if -
any, why tKo said Administration should
not bo granted. ,
Given unucr my band and the Soal of the
Court, this 15th day of July A. p. 1878,
and in tbo 97th year of American Inde
[L.S.] AUpUSTUS B. KNOWLTON,
July 19?2t Judge of Probate.. I
STATE OF SOUTH CARO
in tue common FLRA8.
MICHAEL MARCUS, Plaintiff.
PAULINE MARCUS, Defendant.
To PAULINE MARCUS, Defendant in this
You are heroby summoned to answer tbo
complaint in this action, which will bo filed
in the office of the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas for tho said Couuty, aud to
servo a copy of your answer on tho subscri
ber at Orungcburg C. II., South Carolina
within twenty days after the service of this
summons, oxclusivo of tho day of service.
If you fail to answer thb| complaint Within
the' time herein specified, tho Plaintiff will
apply to tho Court Tor the relief demanded
in- the complaint.
AUG; B. KNOWLTON,
Orangoburg, C- H., S. C.'
To Paulino Marcus, the defendant above
named. Tak'o notioo that tho summons, and
complaint herein wero filed in tho office of
the Clerk of the Courts of Common PTvos
and General Sessions of Orangeburg Couuty
aforesaid on the ??thday of July, "1878.
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
july 20 1873 tit v .
BrddebJiTmls lM.BAhutcrtWn 65&w&?
dbinetldtkcrjllnt Wooa\t,c\ e.
LH. HALL & CO,
Mumfbtlnrm & Vnler*.
Zj+.0,*,JQ>MArhct Street. ,
I : j CHARLESTON, S* Q.
This cut onterod according to Act of Congress
in tbo year 1873, by I, II. Hall & Co., in the
office of the Librarian of Congress, nt Wash
ALL PA RTIE8 ON WHOM EXECUTIONS"
For Town Taxes, have been served, are
hereby notified that unless said executions am
satisfied by the Firt Day of August their pro
perty will be levied upon and Bold for the taxes.
By order of Town Council.
aug 24?tf Town Tax Collector.
AT THE LAST MEETING of the Orange
burg Agricultural Society 0 resolution
was adopted to bane a Basket Pic-Nic at its
next meeting, on the 9th of August. Members
of the Society arc requested by tho resolution to
bring their families and invite a few of their
The place selected by the Committee of Ar
rangements is in the grove near Mr. John C.
Howes' residence on the road from Orangeburg
to Branchville. The Pic-Nic will take place
immediately after the ceremonies are concluded
of laying the corner stone of the lair Building.
By order of the committee of Arrangements.
july 31 1
THE UNDERSIONFD IS AOENT FOR
tho celebrated Prize-Medal Taylor Gin, of
which he has sold 2? in this county. Algo,*the
Nebiett A Goodrich Gin, highly recommended
.by Col. D. W. Aiken ond others.
On hand. One 50 Saw, and One 45 Saw
and One 42 Saw,
NEBLETT & GOODRICH GIN.
furnished at Agent's prices*. , .
J. A. HAMILTON.
' July 10,1873 21 - tf
"IMTIIY IT THAT THE WORKING
? v claw of this community buy their Ore
eerie-frcir. . ? "
j S Aibei goiti s Store
Corner Russell Street antf
Rail Roau Avenno.-. 4 .
BECAUSE they have fonnd^out thsiJiirf''
goods are CHEAP and FRESH,- w?fcVfna
ablcs them to get a? much for ONE BOLLAK, "?
oh they get for two at o$ er store... ,j. j
Call and eianilne1 stock /be%i4 pttWafing
elsewhere. . ^ ' ' ?: , .
BQ3U Goods delivcre<i, frco of charge.
Jan. 1, 1873 11- ly
_.r ' _;_
FROM TUE CELEBEATStf ^tttW^ff:
Xiandreth & ?o.,
Of the following O^gg^^- ,
FLAT DUTCH, RKD TOP,
AMBER GLOBE, LA^B&?Hfe,
tp be had irora
SIGN 6ir THE
Members of the Agricultural Society will
be supplied with Ruta'Bagn Seed as usual.
j??* Watches and . Jewelry repaired.
March 13. L373 i I tf
Furniture t Furniture I!
THE Undersigned would respectfully inform '
the citizciif?kojC Orangeb^rg ,jind< surround
ing counties, ,i)?Jt he is nrtw 'opciilng in the
Bnekj-Sujre lonperly occupied .hy.SIr. .McMak-'
tor, a largo ana well selected stock yt FURJfL'
TITHE received direct from theViri^Wi?ttur*eri
North and West, consulting* iti frAirl c^k*'*?|
Bedsteads/ _ .? a : ';.
? . ? . . 'it ' I !?* *T ' 9
PARLOR and BED-ROOM .SUIT.1?'
^UijuWALNUT, OAX.nn.l' I>U*r
.on hand .and made-to'order; at shortest not ice,
'Wall p?p?ring-cioth, Paper Sftuler, with nfcw('ps>
ttent fixtures. Children's Currin^es of all
I styles will be kept on hand.
He would ask nn examination' of ids stock,
and guarantees that his price.* are. ,n? Iow a*
those of Charleston or anv Cit v South, , Vrl<|fv'
G. M. taiiA.BjiS?Jfe.l "
Feb. 4. J873 . 50 * Gn^A
LoUri and TntsfCovtytmy
CHARLESTON. S. C. . yiril.
Officf, No. 17fBnoAD Sthkitt. '
Tlio deposits in the savings Department ijt
thin Company arc invested as a Special Trust,
I and. therefore arc not subject to the hazards of
I bnuking. ... . , .
In addition to thia special security, deposi
tors have the guai antee of the entire Bank. Cap
ital, which amount-) to ?hree hundred tkotmahrt
This department will enable all ein??;? to
find a safe security for their savings-, ho s
small; and at the name time bearing a remu
nerative' interest' (six per cent, comp^dndea
quarterly.) - Ctmenoy can be remitted by Ex?
press, and drafts bv mail.
F. A. MITCHEL.- Casjiieb,
Geo. 8. Cameron, K. H. Frost. W. tt Bee,
W. B. William*. H. H. DeLeon, B. O'Neil, A.
P. Caldwcl. J. M. Shackelfordy J. C. II. CJaus
scn. G. L. Buist, W. J. Mlddleton. A. J. Crews,
E. Wultfen, C. G. Mcmminger, Wm. Iu Webb,
J. T. Welsman, Geo. H, Walter, p. D. Lazarus.
april23,I873 10 3m
MOSELEY & CROOK,
IJAYS THE IlIGllEST CASH PUICES fc
SfJ.UB LANDRCTTia TUJtKIlf &KESH>t 1873.
July 10,1873 . 21 U#
IHEREBY appoint Mr. KIRK ROBIN
SON my Agent. All persons indebted to
me by note or othcrwlsc/will please make pay
ment to him.
Prompt payment Is requested^ ,
W. Ti MUL3UER.
July JO, 1873 21 . ..'i t l*?-. i
- 1, .lUtiftfilrt^h
ORANGEBURG AGRICULTURAL AND' KIP
CHAMCAL ASSOCIATiO)?? : la
The Third Instalment of the Capital 1
of thia Association is hereby called for,
FIVE DOLLARS per. r.hare, to bo paid to.
Kirx Robikson, E^ ,aA^tStto?W
Bank, at Orahgeburg, 6n at \tt>T$ ?c|
By order oUhc Board of .Dirc*4<H%^
^ SAMUEL PEBBLE,