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Orangob?Tg, S. ?,, August 7, 181 3,
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY.
To cliango Contract Advertisement*, notice
must be given before Monday noon.
Our friends wishing to havo advertisements
Inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in by
Tuesday morning, 10 o'clock.
ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted at
the rate of one dollar nnd a half per square
for life first inncrtion, ftnd nne dollar per Bquftrc
for each subsequent insertion.
Liberal terms ?"?de with those who desire]
to advertif-c for thfee, -six .->r twelve months.
XP3),? Marriage noticed and- Obituaries not
exceeding one Square, inserted free.
Henceforth, all Legal Ad
vertisements, of Oounty
Intex*est, whether notices
or others, will be piVblish
v ed for the benefit of our
.] readers whether they are
paid fox* or not.
. "Will linvo their papers regularly
mailed. Send us new names, build up
our' paper, and lot every household in
the County be a supporter of our criter
Will find it specially to their interest
to give us their cards. A conspicuous
notice will attend each advertisement.
To build up the interests of our merchants
is tho aim of the "Times."
TREASURER (LI RDOZO
Seems to stand firm to his asseverations
of duty. We, as tax-payers bearing the
crushing weight of onerous and unjust
taxation, and the constant demand upon
the industries of the State, shall watch
his'action with interest. If his cilice is
not sinecure, he can and may demand
that tho rights of the taxed shall he de
fended by a judicious expendituv^pf
their monoy. If a clear cxJjibit is not
made to him, let him demand a full and
thorough sifting. This is not a question
of party, it is tho weal of the people ; and
ii tho peoplo would know their rights,
let them encourage Cardozb to the extent
of holding up his hands in his extremity
* of being crowded, to muzzle his state
ments of corruption.
THE BOTTOM IS 0 UT.
Tho "Beaufort. Republican" has no
regard for Democratic fogy ism, sorc
headed Bourbonism, <&c, Ac, but gets
off the following: "Here is more work
"for the Attorney General. This is no
^"Democratic, sorehended Bourbon, talk
"ing loosely about a hateful Radical ;
"but a colored State Treasurer, stating
"what ho officially knows. Hero is an
"enormous loss to the State. If the
"money cannot ho recovered, cannot the
"responsibility be fixed upon some one ?
"The administration must meet litis de
"mnnd or bo hold equally guilty with
"tho men who so defrauded the State."
The Charleston "News & Courier"
says : "It has been the practice of the
Radicals for many years to hohl the
"good of the party" higher Mian any
consideration of public or private moral
?a?iiiin;i in ?????
TIlE THIRD TERM.
The rumor is current that General
Grant is already engaged in effecting ar
rangements for a third term of office.?
The Northern and Western journals arc
indignantly denouncing the fact, and
characterize it as "CfRsarisin." When
tho General was first elected, he dated
that "no man should bold the chair of
President longer than for a .single, term,"
and that "no practical civil service re
form could lie made except upon tho one
term principle." One tcim gave him a
tasto of power, and being a man of st ub
born nervo, like Cromwell, bp would
clear tho balls and pocket tho Keys.
The transition from a lanyard to a mo
notonous, garrison life, was an argument
in favor of Republicanism. Tin change
from a rolicsomc army oflict r, Lo the
Commandor-iu-Chief of iliu Federal for j
ccs (a fortuitous accident) gave him an
exalted appreciation of a West Point
reputation. The leap to tho Prosidchlml
chair, over the prostrate half of. hi do
minion, and the liberties of Ihc whole oJ
tho . ountry, v.m> the pinnacle of .achieve
ment, wliich noVmorlhl 'could fail .to uu*3
diMosimmto, Ti n < hnr/ie nmv acorji im'-'
rr ? ? ..??.(?:!?.? !::>:>!? jV.t Oetifrnl Crjrrint isi
the omj.y obstacle tt! tho way of civil scr-?
vice reform, and hence an enemy to the
national interests. But it is truo never
theless. His appointments have consisted
of men whose personal - aggrandisement
was tho first consideration, the public
weal was never consulted. His rule has
been an almost absolute imperialism, and
while possessed of a naturally kino heart
ho has been a mere puppet in tho hands
of scheming sycophants. The founda
tion of General Grant's prospects, is
rooted in the monicd interests of the
country. Every huge Railroad corpo
ration, or monicd combination, which
feeds, by "the consent, of Washington,
upon the masses, .is a contributor to the
President's coffers. Tho office pays:
bonce it is dosTrahlo. "~A counter current
is setting in; not from Southern rebellion
nor unreconstructed Bourbonism; but
from a huge interest that, feels the iron
heel of power. Tho agricultural section
has rights as patent, as those of the man
ufacturing districts; and 1ho "Fnrmer'n
Grange" .system"may have a "word to say
about the third term.
TJIE SITA hji . '
May well implore "Allah" to save his
dominion from a civilization; that for
the. honor of monarchy, docs fealty to
it.-i, most degraded representatives. i The]
millions oi wealth lavishly expended
upon the eastern potentate vould b?ild
many a chapel under the shadows of his
D\osqUcjs, and Joed many a missionary
wln'lo reclaiming his empire from hen
thariish error. Tho 'tour of tho Shah
was a grand ovation of parade, anil
showing up of the'resources, of Europe.
Austria, Russia,. Franca and England
vied wi'.h each oilier in fetes and illumi
nations!"" Tho London Dailies arc pro
fuse in congratulations that ''English
men njid England's floating walls, did
not pass in idle spectacle before the Per
sian's eye. But what think the pauper
horde and the tradespeople, whose liuos*
arc worn.to misery; had they nny3|K?c(y
to bend to a spendthrift, and a polygam
ist ? Nations, like families, may bo
courteous, but the .pccplo's sinews must
not bo strained in pulling down their
cottages to mako bonfires for princes,
whoso dominion is one huge neck to be
struck off at a single blow of caprice.
Grand Sunday School Oelebration
at San tee Church.
TritrnsDAY, July 24, ?1873.
The. JCro-ricrs?Sjicerhts mvl Singing?Deco*
ration r/ the Church?The Rca?ttful Table
Aprcad ?The Ercrcisa conclude with Singing
urn! DiAnhuiuuj IVhf. *
The procession was formed about 10
o'clock, at Mr. Rush's residence, about
100 yards from the Church. A. choir,
numbering about ?o, were in tho lead.
Next in order came the San tooSunday
School, with their graceful banners, wit))
motlos : "We are looking unto Jesus,"
and ".Search die Scripturca ;" th sri came
the Jerusalem Sunday School, with their
banner, "Love Jesus.'* Next followed
Trinity Sunday School, iron: the look a
of their banner they would'say, "Come
to Jesus," and so would t):c rest. Next
in order wen as follows. Jericho and
Walnut grove all well represented. ' In
the march, the choir saiig, "We are
marching on." The exercises \v< rc opened
by the Rev. W. J. Snider, introducing
the Roy. I). W. Cutluio' (tho';principal
leader of the singing.) Tim opening
hymn wa.< ""Won't you Voluntct r!"
The Church was beautifully liccoratod
?by (ho fair sex; for none but they
could display such lino i:i.;ic, .Just
ahovo the altar was the motto, "We
light against Satan." To the left stood
the black flag, showing that they showed
no quarter, when lighting such a char
acter. To the right was inscribedVic
tory, through our Lord Jesus Clirist,' li
the lelt was, "sutler Hille children to
Como Unto inc." The biuiners from the
several Sunday Schnob* wore then placed
in- tnd most conspicuous parts of tho
Chin'cli. In tho centre wits tbb very ap
propriate word, "^Vclcotuc I" Tho Rev.
W. .J. Snider made the addrofi*) of wel
come to cue and ali ; hol X um sorry ti)
say the'.Church could n.oj accotnntodalc
tiio crowd. My,?ptuioM jfb th.ut there
\yu; in leij.st f i'-r pcoplo assembled. The
hymn, "Marching Along" yvna.8U.jjnr, tlicit
0; e^apbagJnrth'o .1 ?ii Je was rent), and a
prayer was [hen ojTcrod by Llto luv. [vir.
?LMw.iia^.' Alter auothcr ltytfiti?,tUo
" \'A SUnd. ininirc
" J. Brti;?vning,
"Sunday School Volunteer," was sung-,
the T v. Mi-. Ilallman made an address
especially to the children.^, Tho next
!)\imi wa.-s, "Have Coinage to db#j light."
'ifdue-remark.-- of, the Ilev; Mr.;II. word?
attended to, wo would fill have that cour-i
age. -Mr. Hugo Sheridan was then in
troduced, addressing hoth old and young,
as usual, his stylo was graphic: and high
ly interesting.with anccdoto and advice.
Thc-hyniTi,'"VVorkj for Ihp night is
coming,!' was sung, and the Rc.y". A.
J. 1 Inrtloy, Pastor of Anlioeh' Church,
in his good style and manner, addressed
the people, bringing tears from' the eyes
Of many. IXext itt order was *tho hymn,
"Grand Milleiiium." Now comes the
liev. D. Cuilino, Pastor of San too aud
Corinth Churohcs?last, but not least?
Iiis remarks about the children praying
foV bread, Lost Children, Truth and
Obedience, word beautiful; The hymn
called "Sweet Bye and Bye," was then
sung, which was as good as they make
them. The question of dinner was then
called for by the 'Rev. W. J. Snider, it.
was put !.) vote "SSalli we go or not?"
as a matter of course the dinner carried
by an overwhelming majority?say about
COO. Th'o attentive Committee on the
above question were ?s follows4: Cap!.
S. M. Kcmmcrly'n,""Mr. Morgan Keller,
Dr. Summers, Mr. Baxter, Mr. J. Fogle,
Mr. W?n. Moarer, Mr. Dave Bookhart,
Mr. Robert Iriok, and Mr. E. B. Rush.
The r.usn was entirely on the part of
the committee ; the visitors went peaca
bjy and in order to the tablet).! When
all were assembled, a blo&=in;r was asked
by the Roy! Air. Hartley. I.Mac-im.
what tools place in the next 2 hou;..
Tho oxert3as.es were resumed about -1
o'clock ; when tho distribution of prizes
was made, and, of course, mere hymns,
the yp?njg ladies and children, after
anxiously waiting.. were called up to
tveeivo their prizes, fls follows:
Miss Laur^a Tarier. Master ? 1 downing,
" Mary Parlor, ? jj < Alex, Parlor*
.". Maggie.Smith ',' Hojiry Moorer,
" M$ry Jenkins, ." 1>. ^toudemmiio
?' Mary Smith, " II. Ik'adanf*
. " Sally KoW
" Sally SJiocmnker," Willie Shoema-'
" L. Moorcr, leer,
" P. Cuttino, " Thomas Moon,
" A. Browning, ,; II. Jenkins,
" M. Browning, . '4' Pr?fet Davis,
Anna Browning, ". J. Parlor.,
plaster E. Parlor, " Peter*Jenkins,
U?' Rtoudenimii-e, " A. Bookhart,
fir" J. Stoudemniirei " Willio^rice,,
" Jinnnie Shoema- " Willie Brown
kor, . ing.
The delightful occasion chased with the
Doxology, ''Praise God, from whom all
? . . ? Mfc B.
Fort mottk, Aug.-, I l<:>7d.
Mr. Editor :
Dear Sir?In reply to Mr." Jong's com
munication in your issue of last week,
wherein he asserts that his name is on
the Sail too List, and his mail not sent
when called for. Please publish tho
jiamc of the Sahfcc Lisi with my instruc
tions from tho club.
Feb. lo, IS7S.
Mr. J. CAK# >Lb-Dear Sir :? The
following names is a list of 'our .Ciat.
which mail you will please only send,
and no other, when colled for:
i\ \Sr. Slawsoii,
S. F. Folder,
D. J; Zcngler,
A. J. Caw.
W. W. Stab),
C. Jon eg,
Jas. H. Shirer,
Jno. H. Shirer,
,1. D. F. Vice,
15. I y jvarrick,
I). V. A- W. A. Fugle,
II. \V; Fogle,
S. P. Holbhnn,
und for familM of the nbevo names. *
On tho 26tb uf July l$70, ft iio.V/ list
\va- iVcn nib including Mr. J E. Jones'
namo, Binco which time, his mail has
been regularly sent, when called for. It
i- uniieccssary for me id say more, fads
spOnk for thdmsMvos.
J. CAJMiOliLj P. M.
T\yo little girls, aged ^necVtyciy ten
aiul'tw?vo yens, wfjilo ?siiiiig on Ihp
beaultire9.cul.ly, hooked a sal mop. The
salmoii proved too stroiig for I he/cd deaf
girl, anil ii) its <aath stnjggj >a dnigj ;exl
the. yoptUiqi fi.^er into the water, The
younger one. seeing tl?e pmbcamenl of
hot" 1. . ,j, cavytil hohl of .h'cK and by
tin 11 ti.iiijtcij t.i;-?:ngth they succeeded;1 in
killing; and lundjugijip. salmon, which
wojgheil lw? niy pound .
. ? -0? ?? -
A inhehnh; A of Atlai.'a, ('.:., has in
1 '.. ntcd lifo ? mi.: pi!; pi >'?':' >fH> by the
1 deal!. fan tUfcVe. ' *
7 A Woman filays a Panther.
Hj^iccowntry p^aper^ jflst now abountPih
accounts, of (neount'rn with wild bcaftte.?
The Pilts^mig ('ommercial BUpriljOH "n^
imtcorc^nondoncc from Lock; Haven.
Pa., as follow.;: "On Thursday last a
party of young women went out. from
^Hceii's to tlio mountain just back
<>i'f ho set tlement, gathering huckleberries.
Quo of thorn Jcrusha Bryan, advanced a
little further into tho woods than the
others, when she was attacked hy a huge
panther. Her companions hearing the
brute scream, sought safety in night, but
Miss Hryan, finding escape impossible,
determined to stand her ground, and
seizing a huge pine-knot, gave her ene
my battle The contest was. a close one
for a tV\v\ minutes, hut human courage
judgment, and coolness soon triumphed,
over brute strength, and the heroic wo
man soon had the satisfaction of laying
the blood-thirsty monster . dead at her
?feet. Her garments were torn into
ahveds, and her face o.nd amis badly
scratched, but she walked homo with a
firm .step and the light of triumph ill her
eye. Thy dead panther was sonn after
?.w'ard ."luund by the people of Queen's!
Run, ami proved on measurementt?.bc!
six feel ten inches long. The correspon
dent adds that ,1c rush a is the lion of the
place ; and well she may bc-if the Story
U true, ? ,
John Varnuni, June, of Lyndon, Vt.,
is a practical joker; A few Sundays ago
in rcturnhur from church, be was conver
ging wish his wifo blithe subject of the
i mrinoiiy and remarked: that he couldn't
believe Faint and giunor ever dwelt so
near together as tho sermon represented.
His wife intimated that they could, and
instanced the following case.-. V Haven't
you and I dwdt in thasariio hou50;ibr
several years V" This was n smiUi'e hit
on John, but be wormed out oCTti and
ci: d the civ with Ibe J'ollowiujr argu
ment : "Yes, [n bo ?Ui'? ; but did 1 ever:
cull von a sinner.'' Judgment.?fbi* .John,
a)id nr> apppal,
Grace < rrccn'.Vood i arctisGcally r?mtirks;
Tl:c fact is, there are too many ?f d3 W0-5
men. And there seems no relief for com
ing generations except through tho hero
ic remedyof quietly putting all female in
fants out of the way. ^Nothing could be
ro good for us except a long and gloriqjj
I Recession of Herod?." This- would
*15e^ cry nice and comfortable. bUt M
(.Jrocnwood must know that after sovel
or eight ?geh orations of females had been
exterminated at birth.' it would begin to
(ell on the males.
No intelligent man has- ever boudchY&Mnctj
Sodth forftt difdikc of tho carpet-bagger)?, y> t
that justifiable antipaihy hq created, im
prcaeion that Northern mm are coldly re
ceived in the Sdtuhcrn ?States. This miainkei
for nu.d?ke ii undoubtedly : ?, i. di-prnved ky
the following fra'nfrriVowal from the Richmond
lii'iutrcr: 'Northern men in the South are- n< t
Only welcome now, hut they are looked upon :i0
valuable accessions t? the energy, cntcrpri i
aud intclligtucq (four uii.-ii. V."! 11 n tiuy
come as nun of buMms-1*, and" not for tlio pur
pose of'obtaining office rind poisoning th ? n<
agniriRl the white mail through tlic prejndicc of
the "Id sltwo ognlnst the,eld master, they are
treated with fdmplq civility, nut villi cordiality)
ItecJiUKC they are the tjlsturbt 1- of mat eoncori)
which i t so dc ilrahlc botween the two :no--, and
they arc tho cacmieg 6Tbolh.
? ouANOEuyng county.
1N TUK COMMON I LKA ?.
MlCllAKt MAltOUS, 11..WU"Hi.
PAULINE MARCUS, Dnfcn lauf.
To PA^ULtNti MA?M3?B, DcfondaVij in Ihis
.You are hereby summoned 16 ^usiyer tho ,
complaint in tl?ia action, which will ho I;'.? 1
in 1 tlic otlicc ol Ui'.i Clerk of the Court of
Common Picas f> r the -aid County,1 an ! to
j Bcr,vo a copy of your answer oh Iho, BUlisbvi
i br ?t Orinigbbnrg C. 11., Fputh Carolina
within twenty days after the service of tin -
?iiuunons, exclusive of the day efeciyioo.
If you fidl to answer tkifi coundainl v. ahm
the time herein specified, tho l'kiiniifl" v. ill
apply ?') Iho Court f??r. tho relief dcinandod
in tlic complaint.
AU(*. It, KNOWfTON,
C^rijngeburg, C. Ii., S- C.
To I'aidhi? ^lurch's, iho <h tVinl inl nbovo
UADicdl Take notice that tisc snniuims und
yomphiiut herein wore tili>l in 11-0 pmjj? of
Iho c K1 ii ot tiio Coin-i.i ofComnioa l'lcas '
and (Jcnend Sessions of Ori 1 ?hurg C?iuiKy
hi'.h'cjjM on tho L'hth'day of Jii'fv1, Wo.
AlKJ. it. LN^v'.'lON.
july 2(| 1. . ? tii
iXNT.lTr, 'XOTlf'T..- Ml
"tj t;on? h;ivii?' demands.njraiont ilhe I- -
I h? ol thc .ljjttj lohn II ^UlhOUi, deceased,
j arc requested tu preuont life pVoprtly
fttt?-Mtcii, to the mulorkigned^ jftwl nil per*
j Bona lndohto<l "? said i. ? late :ii t 11jyiu sie 1
K. ni.ikv iiati.' liafti p. ? '? hi 10
I LtvVUBNSoN It.UAST,
tjuulitied admini 1 (iU)r
AS Uli- BLl-N D S
.rJJrdcfidStVeKth Rdi!.Ihuutrrjy,Ve (JamL,
fj Mate and MirbUmnUeasRwrmLDr&w
. MLWorhWarranUi. ' ?
X W. HALL & CO,
2&na/de/ar*ra EcVeflan ,
4-, 0,8,37?, ir.irhct Streit. J,
25, ttscliay,' 1
' ' CHARLESTONt ???J
T!:i- cut unt< red according to Act of Congress
in die year 1873, by I, H; Mali & Co.. in the
office o] Ihe, Librarian^ of Congroa>, at AVanh
THE UNHKi:sH;NFD IS* AfSENT FOB
the celebrated t*r5 &-ldodal Taylor Gin, "f
which h<? baa bpU^25 in thiacounty." Also, the
JTtbletl Gooclrlcli ? 'in, highly rccomuicmlcil
by Col", 1?. \V. Aikop ami utliers.
On hand, One 50 Saw, and One, -io Saw
nii'l One 42 Haw,
1\ K li LETT ? GdODBICli GIN.
RUBBER Ii KITTING
fnrntahea fit Agcnl'a pricest
Jnly 10, 187a
J. A. HAMILTON.
Tho recent test of Firo-Proof Safes
by tho English Government proved
tho superiority of Alum Filling. No
dway, Rh, Y.^iw.-.:-.
oslnut ?im.H Ph?a.- ? *
r BMI LI. Subscriber otters fiir sale the.
JL w<'< |nown, i" . tniipn "McOilnt'sj
Villa, situated ifi Gr?hgoiwrg County,
fifJceu. uj?lc? duoeast? t'lho Court llousel
on tho five iioti \ 111 j, containing seven
hundred and iulv-.-. \'i ijj acres, nioro or;
less, with tho privilege of two hundred
acre more, recently conycyed to my .- ml
The latter place having on it a siuglo
<tory dwelling; four ro?ms,-onbfirc-placci
kitchen, slalilej barny &c.j and about
twi Ive or QAeun acres cleared laud.
(In tho lp rger [dace \k
A " . "
Kicn r UQ?Ms,
F?U'.-PLACF hi each,
\nd every other building ucccssnry
on a we!!-.,.tilled plantation; Fencing in
very good condition. For further par
ticidar? apply i ithor to Messrs. lzlar &
Dibble, Oraugbburg G. H., S. C, or to
^hb'unilei^ignefl at -McCain's Villa, Or
' arg County, S. C.
* .J. C. EDWARDS.
March 6, I?73 JJ lamtlm
THE STATE OF SOUTH (ARO
COUaTV CP <?it A.\(;Kli?RG.
In ntu Com mux Pleas.
Tb ? Solicitor of the utb
v to Perpetualo
t'r flirrte l
A. 'riioinas. |"
Application to prove
Application mi ?utb having heen .made l?y
i.. A. "< bujn !? o> prove the phsl Kxistcncc,
I. arid ('outciits of a Deed dutcu" tho Hi
?'an . ' froJi'i Ibis applicant to Win.
1 I . ici ick. Uhr ordered?? ^
i. persyivfl baying like or opposite
iiiifn*! in fciiii i?i 'Altcilo.'v residents in
liiisi Slafo or out of li : and v**lio dosiroio d?>
p si \!l mjwar^^'^.prc^s^ csapiiao the ovi
denco p: ..'.i*.?."v4i P'jM iotr*i..liiOi*/vvitlb^ict^irt
vi-.ply L.iloVii .. <'? ? <?:"?'?--c , Iri>iig?1.'nrg
on the uo:!i di.v of ?i!pH?"ber !
? Jim? ci ;' ?. -^vJ'.
a (iUES'riow AN1> AxV
\VIIY IS IT THAT THE WORKttK*
T 7 -.clftRe of thiH community buy their Gro*
J S Albergotti's Stortf
Corner Russell Street and
Rail Road Avenue. - - .
BECAUSE they have found out it^iat Jus
good* are CHEAP and FRESH, winch, cna
ablea them to get as much for ONE DOLLAR,
as they get for two at otter stores.
Call and examine Btock before purchasing
OQk, Goods delivered,.free of charge.
Jan. 1, 1873- 11 ]y
FROM THE CELEBEATED FIRM OF
landretht & Co.,
Of tho following descriptions,
FLAT DUTCH, RED TOP,
AMBER GLOBE, LARGE GLOBE, ,
POM ERA NE AN GLOBE, YEL
to be had from
? SIGN OF THE
Members of the Agricultural Society will
be supplied with Ruta Baga Seed as usual.
J^5T Watches and Jewelry repaired.
March 13. 1873 4 tf
Furniture I Furniture ! I x
THE Undersigned would respectfully inform
tho citixcnR of Orangehurg and surround
ing counties, that he is now opening in tho
Brick-Store formerly,occupied by Mr, McMas
tor, a large and welfselected stock of FURNI
TUIIE received direct from the manufacturer*
North and West, consisting in part of
OF ALL STALES,
PARLOR and BED-ROOM ..iSUITS 1
'jJw?i?fo, oa:-: und imi
on hand and made to order, at shortest notice*
Wall pnpering+dolh, Pitptr SJiadcs, with new pa
tent fixtures. Children's Carriages of all
styles will be kept on hand.
He would ask an examination* of his stock,
and guarantees that his prices avo as low as
thi u of Charleston or any City South.
G. M. GIRAKOEAr.
Feb. L IST'i 50 6m.
Loan and Trust Company
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Offiqf, No. 17 Broad. Street.
The deposits in tho savings Department of
(hid Company arc invested as a Special Trust,
pud, therefore arc not subject to the hazards of
Id addition '.o this special security, deposi
tors have the guatantee of thecntire Bank Cap-,
ital, which amounts to Mircc hundred thousand
This department will enable all classca to
find a safe security for their savhigs, however
small; and at the same time hearing a remu
nerative interest (six per cent, compounded
quarterly'.) Currency can be remitted by Ex
press, and drafts by mail.
F. A. MITCH EL, CAMiraa.
Directors mid Trustees:
Gco. S. Cameron, E. H. Frost. W. C Be*
W. B. Williams, H. II. UeLeon, B. O'Neil, A.
P. Galdwel. J. M. Shnckelford, J. C. II. Claus
Rcn, < L. Rufet, W. J. Middleton, A. J. Crews,
E. Waltjcn, C- tt. Meniminger, Wm. L. Webb,
.). T. Weinman, Gco. H.< Walter, B. D. Lazarus.
april 23,1873 10 ,3m
OKAXGEhTRd AGRICULTURAL AND ME
The Third Instalment of the Capital Stock
of this Association is hereby called fpr, l>cing
FIVE DOLLARS per share, to be paid to
Kiun Koiukson, P:q., at Citizen's Savings
Rank, at Orangehurg. on or before September
1, 1873. '
By order of the Board of Directors,
. SAMUEL DIBBLE,
July 31?2 Secretary.
rjTMIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Informs the public that he is now prepared to
furnish BRICKS in any quantity. All orders
will meet prompt attention.
J. C. EDWARDS.
may 1 ?