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Orange?iirg, S. 0., Feb. 12, 1874.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE C??NTY.
* _ _
?? change Contract Advertisements, notice
just bo given before Monday noon.
Our friends wishing to have advertisement*
im?cfted iff tho times, must band them in by
Tuesday morning, 10 o'clfxcW,
A1)VERTISEMENTS Will be insetted at
(ho rato of one dollar and n hnlf y*t square
for the fiot insertion, nnd one dolbir per square
for cneh subsequent insertion.
liberal terms m-'dc with those who desire
to advertise for three, six jr twelve months.
Marriage notices and Obituaries ngl
oxceoding one Square, inserted free.
MM., ....L-!-1 .~i
Henceforth, all Legal Ad
vertisemants. of County
Interest, whether notices
or others, will be p\iblish
ed for the benefit of our
readers wlietlier they are
paid for or not.
Will have their papers regularly
mailed. Send us new names, build up
our paper, nud let every household in
the County be a supporter of onr enter
Mackay introduced a resolution to
have the public printing done for $50.000
"Lock the stable the horse is gone,"
morton bliss ?t co.
Are on the earpet again, and propose
to receive in exchange for advances made
to Kimpton (financial agent of the State)
hills receivable, of the State, bearing
seven per cent interest, for an amount
Columbia is alive with excitement.
The arrival of Congressman Elliott, was
anticipated by the arrangement of a
special committee of escort, and four
white horses bitched to a stylish turnout.
The quarrel of Cardoza and Solomons,
and that of Senator Andrews of Orangc
hnrg and I/. Cnsa Carpenter (Radical
" "^TtMIlorTgcIs Ifrelierel'ery'dayrCafpen'ter
goes heavily armed, and it is .thought
that a shooting match will take place.
1_i _ _ l. r?
the sc a re a t col umbia.
Wo hinted before that a hitch had
occurred in a Columbia Hank and now
give the exact affair. Hardy Solomons
merchant of Columbia held a claim
against the State in pay certificates <&c <fec
to tho amount of $125,000, which he de
manded to be settled by Treasurer Car
doza. The Treasurer refused to pay the
claim, and Mr.Solomons who is president
of the Hank in which tbo deposits of the
Treasurer, and various County treasurers
were made, shut down on $65,000 of
such deposits to pay himself. The result
is a suit between the claimant and
the duff us tri a i*.
Excites great intercut in Charleston.
The brothers Duffus are both very young
and their able counsel are bringing all
tho power of argument to clear fhcin of
the dilibcratc murder of young West.
What the result of the case will be is yet
undetermined. In this case the happi
ness and peace of trvo families are perma
nently destroyed by the demon (Whiskey)
and a lessou is tobe learned by our youth
who frequent the dens of infamy. Since
writing the above we learn from the
Charleston papers that after five days
of earnest effort on the part of the able
counsel for the accused, the jury have
brought in a verdict of ''Murder/ on the
part of J. L. Duffus, and manslaughter
on the part, of his brother.
The meeting at Branchville lo memoria
lize the general assembly on the subject
of unjust assessment, and to condemn the
action rf the Comptroller, is ono wh.cb
reflects credit upon our sinter town, and
sloth upon ourselves. No community has
suffered more than Ornngeburg proper.no
class of property has bean more heavily
taxed, and no people seem .?o utterly su
pine and apathetic under the lash. Are
wc to remain thus; or tfrowe to appeal
for relief; whether it is obtained or not
is not for us to enquire, we hope for
little fluni euch a rule as that which
is over us. Yet it is the duty of the op
pressed to repTohato audhold up to light
the hideous doforrmty of the thing called
government under which we live. Let
the Oraugeburg. taxpayern have a meet
ing and act with BranchvOle.
Ma run County demands a reassess
ment of its property, and a committee
has been sent there to look into the books
of the Auditor. "We have very little
faith in the visit of the committee, as it is
a cog in the party wheel, but we insist
that something can and should be done
in the matter of assessment. If a com
mittee of nppraisors was sent to value tho
various property lately returned for tax
ation, it would render in, an aggregate of
at least thirty per cent less, provided said
committee was looking into the value
of property to tho owners, and not the
value of such property to the assessors.
In Orangeburg for instance the owners of
property have affirmed On oath to the
value of property, and in almost every
case, the returns have been set aside, ami
ono made according to the assessment of
the officers of that department.
"We are forced to admit "that ye are
the people" but dissent "that wisdom
shall die with you" Let the people have
another assessment. It will save them
While '?Moses" *ras delivering his lec
ture, the following handbill was circulated
among his slim audience:
Thursday Evening, February 5,1874.
HON. F. J. MOSES, JR ,
"Moses' Notes," "Moses on Virtue,' &c.
Ex-Speaker of the House of Representa
tives, and Now, through the Unac
countable Mercy of a Divine
Providence, Exercising the
Duties of Governor of
The Lecturer hast bceu secured at an
immenso expense to the State. The sub
ject of his Lecture is Religion, which, for
many years, he has made his study, and.
in order to become the master of his sub
ject, he bns devoted the entire Contingent
Fund to this purpose. He is n living ex
ample of what Religion can do for hu
manity, when properly understood. He
will show bow little faith can bo placed
in doctrines of the Church Fathers; that
to have Religion, one must necessarily
possess Morality, Chastity, Truth, Hones
ty, Good Faith, Reverence and Filial
Love, (to iay nothing of Virtu re.) He
will show in his own person that one can,
in bis opinion, be Religious, from a Chris
tian standpoint, without possessing any
of the aforesaid imaginary qualities. He
will show that without them one can rise
to the highest position in the State. Du
ring the Lecture, he will produce Neagle
as an example of man without Religion,
possessed of the Devil. In order to elu
cidate his subject thoroughly, he will
show to the audience a tablet upon which
is engtaved a Pay Certificate signed by
the original Moscb for current expenses
incurred in drowning Pharaoh; a stone
from Alt. Sinai, telling the price of an
office in that land 3,000 years ago; a
Rook of Promises, written by himself; a
vase found in the garden of the Republi
can Printing Company, containing $20,
000; also, several duplicate copies of the
Collcion Gazette, taken from the corner
stone of the Preston Mansion.
On this occasion the Lecturer will be
dressed in full u iiform, manufactured by
Cowdilly from tho original flag, hauled
down at Sumtcr. lie will also wear
the sword with which ho cut himself loose
from Ti uth and Virtue ever since In
The Music for the occasion will be
furnished by tho 81,000 Certificate Post
Rand, which will play, by request, some
of the airs performed at the Gubernatorial
Mansion during the summer, with selec
tions, also, from "a hundred thousand
A Quartette from tho Penitentiary
will be present, and Bing at the close of
"Return ye ransomed sinners home."
The Cashier of one of our Ranks has
kiudly consented to preside at tho organ.
Price of Adnission, 75 Cents.
BgSulJnpaid Notes of tho Lecturer will
be taken at their market value.
J&v* County Treasurers arc invited to
JLHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THIS
day associated with thorn Mr,Robert Copes, the |
business will hereafter be conducted under the !
firm name of Moseley, Crook & Copes.
January 14th, 1874.
J. W, MOSELEYr
\V. K. CROOK,
All persons Indebted to the old fitra of Mose
ey&Crcok^ will ranko immediate payment ant? I
all debts dm; by said firm will bo p:dd by the |
firm of Moseley, Crook & Copes.
January 14th, 1874
J. W. MOSELEY,.
w k. crook;
Special attention called to our full variety of j
LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED.
Feb. 13 1873. ly
Mr s. T. W. Albergotti,
esires to inform her friendn and the
public that she has just opened a fine as
sortment of Holiday Gifts, Birthday and Bridal*
Presents, &c. Price? to suit the times- Fine
China Fancy Good*, such as Yhfcs, Motto Cups
China figures, Jewelry,Boxes, Toilet sets, Co-!,
logne Sets, something new and handsome.
INDIA RUBBER goods, TOYS of ra-~
rious kinds, and other articles too nu
merous to mention, suitable for
OLD and YOUNG, LARGE
nnd SMALL. ALSO,
French and plain
Fruits, Nuts, &c
Call and sec for yourselves, and slie will en
savor to please you.
Nov. 27, 1873 41 3m
Fresh and genuine
GARDEN SEEDS and ONION SETS, Just
received from D. Landreib & Son, and for sale
by E. EZEKIELi **gn of the Big wntim
Members of the difll-rcnt Granges will be sup
plied at Grange prices.
Mar. 13, 1873 Jl
T. ?? BOYD'S
One door west of Cornclsor's, haH the Largest
and Cheapest Stock of BOOTS nnd SHOES
ever offered for sale in Orangeburg.
AI.80 A PUI.I. STOCK OF
OANIHES, SEGARS, TO?ACCO-?n
Tbc above goods will besohl to the purchaser
and bard times. All be wishes is a Call and
a Fair trial before purchasing elsewhere.
Nov. 13, 1873 3D Jy
B O YS and G IHX.S
IN TIIK ItASKMKNT OP
Stiles R. MeUicliamp.
English, French, Latin, Greek and
Hotiiu from 9 A. M. to 2\ P, M,
JJgySurvcying will be strictly confined to]
Saterdav, and the afternoons, after 3 o'clock,
S- R. M'
rpiIE UNDERSTONFD IS AGENT FOR j
JL the celebrated Prize-Medal Taylor Gin, of
which lie has sold 20 in this county. Also, tbo
Nclilett .v Goodrich Gin, highly recommended
by Col. D. \V. Aiken and otliers.
On hand. One 50 Saw, and One 45 Saw
O.i 3 13,8 wr,
NEHLETT & GOODRICH GIN.
furnished at Agent's prices.
J. A. HAMILTON.
July 10, 1873 21 tf
GO TO TEXAS
LONE STAR ROUTE!
(Intkuxatioxai. and Gbrat Noiitiikiin R.R.)
Passengers going to Texas via Memphis and
Little Kock, or via Shrevcport, strike this line
at Longview, the Best Koute to Palestine.
Hearne, Waco, Austin, Huntsville, Houston,
Gal vest on and all points in Western, Central,
Eastern and and Southern Texas.
Passengers via New Orleans will ind it the
Best Koute to Tyler, Mincola, Dallas, Overton,
Crockett, Longview and all points in Eastern
and Northeastern Texas.
This line is well built, thoroughly equipped
with every modern improvement, including
New and Mcgant Day Coaches, Pullman Pal
ace Sleeping Cars, Westinghouse Air Brakes,
Miller's Patent Safty Plat forms and Couplers)
and nowhere else can the prssenger so complete
ly depend on a speedy safe and comfortable
The Lmg Star Koute has admirably answer
ed tbo query: ''How to to go to Texas?" by tbo
publication of an interesting and truthful docu
ment, containing a valuable and correct map,
which can Ik; obtained, free of charge, by ad
dressing the General Ticket Agent, Internation
al and (treat Northern Kailroad, Houston,
Texas' District E.]
Feb. 12 1871 ly
We are offering' our Guanos for Uub season on
the following liberal term*:
P11CENIX GUANO, PerTon of 2,000 n>8 $67,60
WILCOX, GIBBS ft CO.'S MANIPULATED
GUANO per Ton of 2,000 lbs, $70.00.
($1.00 per ton drnynge to be added.) On credit
until 1st November, 1874, with
Option of pnying in MiddlingiCotto?, deliver
ed at buyers' nearest depot at 15c per lb.
A discount of $10.00 per ton will be allowed
Our Agents throughout tue State sell at seme
prie s and on same terms as ourselves.
Unnd in your orders to nearest agents, at once.
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO
CHARLESTON, s. c.
Feb. 5 . 3m
RE OPENS January 6, 1874. Session ends
in October. Vacation in winter. Thor
ough instruction in nil departments; including
book-keeding and Modem Languages. Boys
.prepared for College classes or business. Ex
perienced Teacher*. Hoard 10 00, to 12 00.
Tuition modernte. A pleasant summer
home. Send for catalogue to Cokesbury, S. C.
Rev. GEO. W. ROUND, A. M.
Dec 4, 1873_42_lm
Call in and see tlie Assort
ment atlstbre of
J. A. Hamilton,
J- S Albergotti's Store
Corner lltissell Street and
Rail Rood Avenue.
Has in Stolen well selected Stock of Groce
ries for Sale at reduced prices. Parties
would do well to mil examine and price goods
before purchasing elsewhere.
A full Stock of Uncoil Kloas Sugar Syrup
Molasses, Candies, Caned GootV?, Crockery, Tin
ware, &c., on bund.
B*n?. Goods delivered, ? of charge. "t9t
Jan. 1, 1873 11 ly
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
Monthly In?tal ments.
TERMS OF LEASE:
All l*<njmcnt* math t>? J^ea/e will apply tmcards
the purchatie of the Instrument lAxxned.
Piano* valued <*l
$450 to $500 : : $75 advance, $25 monthly.
_?_?2? to ??0 : 7? advance, 00 monthly.
025 "to 750 r1 : " 1?? advni?v,' ^? in'oh??y:
Organ* mined al
$12? to 200 : : $25 advance, $10 monthly
225 to 350 : : 40 advance, 15 monthly
300 to 500 : : 50 advance *25 monthly.
Bzif I'arties who offer satisfactory Svi'iiritj
can pay f??? Instruments in notes at '?, <>, 0, and
12 months' time.
Call and lind mit other inducements offered
in hoth Time and Cash Sales, from
Agent for Orangvbnrg Countr.
may 22, 1873 14 *tf
DIRECT imrollTKU OF
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLE
No, 52, East Bay, South of t' c old Post
Office, Charleston, Si C.
A GENT for tl?e mrlc of the Magnolia Cotton
/V (ihn. At the Pairs held at Savannah, Go.
last month, the "Magnolia" cotton (fin ginned
150lbs seed cotton in thrwc lulmtU? ami forty
live seconds, taking the premium, and also the
Iirwe of One Hundred Dollars offered by the
Jourd of Trade for the best GIN. Several
have been sold this season which gin a hale an
hour. The same gin a ho took the premium at
the CottUll Slates Enir at Augusta, lust October.
Feb. 13, 1S7I? 51 ly
SAVE YOUR TIME AND MONEY.
HAVING SECURED the right to sell
CLARKE'S PATENT PORTABLE
Hail and Plank fence in this County, I will
put up a sample of the Pence nt Orangeburg
C. II., on Monday, (Sales-Day) and would in
vite the planters of the County to examine the
same; as I nm satisfied it combines nil the r.d
vaniages to save time, and money. Either the
plantation or stock fence is proof against wind,
llood or stock* I will go to any parr of the
County to put up a sample, and instruct any
one purchasing the right how to build the
Fence. Liberal terms will he offered to Gran*
g<>s. Persons wishing to communicate can do
so, by addressing me at Howe's Pump Post
Office, Orangeburg County, S. C.
JUDE ROBINSON, Agent.
Nov. 27, 1873 41 3m
$20. THE BECKWITI1 $20.
PORTABLE FAMILY SEWING
ON THIRTY DAYS' TRIAL,
With Strength and capacity Equal to any, lie
gardleu of t b$t,
hT*HE Cloth-Plate is the size used by a $100
JL Machine is of Polished Plated Steel. At
tachments of proportionate size ami quality,
while the entire Machine has corresponding
finish throughout. Braider, Embroider, Guide,
Hemmer, Gatherer, four sixes of Needles, &c,
are given with every Machine.
XO TOILSOME TIIKA1) OK Till" TREADLE.
Every Machine Can felly Tested and fully
BECKWITII SEWING MACHINE CO.
Near 17th St. and Union Square, 852 Broad
way, N. Y.
July 17. 1873 22
GrlH-LS and BOYS
AT THE NEW FAIK BUILDING,
TERMS PER MONTH.
English with classics.$1.00
JAMES S. HEY WARD,
MISS E. FOG ARTIE,
Jan 8 1874 tf
NOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE undersigned have this day entered into
Copartnership under the name nnd style of
DEMARS ct WOLFE, to carry on the Retail
Liquor business and Billiard Tables at the ''En
terprise Club Rooms" Orangebtirg, S. C.
F. DEM ARS,
Z. M. WOLFE.
January 1, 1874. 51tf.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A SUPPLY OF
Yellow Pink Eye SEED POTATOES,
RED SPRING OATS
Over One Hundred varieties of fiesh Garden
Seeds, among which are Beet, Cauliflower,Cab
bage, Onion, Lettuce, Turnip, Squash, Tomato,
Radish, Collnrds, Melon, Beans, Peas, Gelen
ke., &c. A l.so,
A variety of Garden flower seeds. .
IS prepcared to buy Rice, Peas &c, at highest
JOHN A. HAMILTON
May 20, 1S73 15 tr
npiIE Subscriber offers for sale the.
X well-known, Plantation "McCahtV
Villa, situated in Ornngeburg County,
fifteen miles due east of the Court House,
on the live notch Road, containing seven
hundred and fifty-seven acres, more or
less, with the privilege of two hundred
acres more, recently conveyed to my son.
The latter place having on it a single
story dwelling, four rooms, one fire-place,
kitchen, stable, bam, Ac, and about
twelve or fifteen acres cleared land.
On the larger place is
FIRE-PLACE in each,
And every other building necessary
on a well-settled plantation; Fencing in
?very good condition. For further par
ticulars apply either to Messrs. Izlar &
Dibble, Orangeburg C. II., S. C, or to
the undersigned at McCaut's Villa, Or
angeburg County, S. C.
J. C. EDWARDS.
March 6, 1873 3 lum'.tm
A Southern House.
GEO S HACKER'S
DOORS, S A Sil ^lid
King, Opposite Cannon Streit,
Charleston, S. C.
The only house of the kind in this City owned
and managed by a Carolinian.
A Largo Stock always on hand, and sold
at 20 per cent, less than Northern prices.
Geo. S. Hacker
Charleston, S- C
P. O. BOX 170. Oct. 80?Jy
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Y?rachelaA'evth Bdil,Baluj?:rs,H7re (iuantiS
S Ute and M&rble Mvtlej;Flow'anatDw/A
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CHARLESTON, Si C
This cut entered according to Act of Congrer
in the year 1873, by I,H. Hall & Co., in the
ofliec of the Librarian of Congress, at Wash
The recent test of Fire-Proof Safe*
by the English Government proved
the superiority of Alum Filling. No
other Safes filled with
Alum and Plostcr-of-Paris.
MARVIN A GO*,
265 Broadway, N. Y.y '
721 Chestnut St., Phila.
H? C. STOLL. Agt.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
AT THE OLD STAND,
287 KING STREET.
HAVING made arrangements to continue
the business lately conducted bv the firm
of STOLL. WEI1B <XCo., I rcspcctfuiy inform
my friends and customers of Orangoburjf
county that I have now in store a largo assort
ment of goods, bought for cash, during the
Panic, winch 1 am offering as low ns any
House in the city. Thanking my friends and
customers for the patronage so liberally be
stowed upon the old firm. 1 hope by strict at
tention to business to merit a continuance of
the same. I Will adhere ttrictly to the one price
H. C. STOLL, Agent,
Successor to Stoll, Webb & Co., 287 King
?treet, Charleston, S C.
Nov. 13, 1873 S9 3m.