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ORANOEUURG HEWS COMPANY._
UEth B0L1VER, BnsincsH Mnnnger.
S A TUR DAY y 2?718757
With this issue I sever my connec
tion with the OitANGiinuno News and
Times. My associations with the
gentlemen who own it, have always
I take leave of thcBo columns,
with a great. many regrets. For
the editor in chief ot the News and
TjMia I have the greatest respect
In his hands the paper will besuccesB
fid. And the business manager of this
paper will make everything lively
with which he may be connected.
I . Bull Swamp,
. May 10th 1875.
Senator Andrew? :
J)ear Sir and Friend:
A great many of your friends here
desiro to . know from you if you in
tend to bo a candidate for re-election
at the next eleotion. Please answer
In answer to the above I would
state emphatically that I will not be
a candidate in the next campaign for
State Seuator, or any other uffice.
Tmad. C. Andrews.
Orangcburg May 27th 1875.
Lewisville S. C. May 27th 1875.
Jl/r. Editor?Please announce that at
an election held at this place on Mon
day 24th May 1875 for municipal offi
cersfor the ensuing term the following
gentlemen were elected by an over
whelming mnjority. Quite a quiet
Intendant?Milton D. Hook.
Wardens?Joseph H. Loryon, John
W. Buyck, Wn?. C. Clork, John Rob
Crops are looking finelj.
1 IM I I, _
The Loss of tho Schiller.
Of the many shipping disasters of
the past winter and spring, the most
steamer Schiller of the Eagle line, on
the night of the 7th of May, off the
Scilly Islands, about thirty-live miles
from Land's End, England. Out of
three hundred and eighty-five persons
on boaid, only forty-three were saved,
three hundred and forty-two going
down to a watery grave. The wind
was blowing a gale ; the aca was run- j
ning high ; and without a warning,
the noble vessel struck on a low line
of rocks called Retarricre Ledge, and
went to pieces ifl a very few hours.
Many of the passengers, who were in
their berths at the time, must have
passed almost uuconsciously from the
sleep of nature to the sleep of death.
But among the sailors and passengers
who roached the deck, the scene of
confusion that ensued is described as
something terrible. And yot amid
the agonizing cries of the drowning,
and the despairing efforts of terror
stricken meu and women, Captain
Thomas behaved with n calm and
intrepid bravery worthy of his pre
vious reputation as a navigator.
It was a sad message that came
with the first appearance of Spring to
tho people of New York on the 0th of
May. It was but a few days before
that many of them parted with friends
on board the Schiller, never ngaiu to
meet on this side Eternity. The lessons
taught by this terrible disaster must
be apparent to everyone, and have
been impressed over and over again
on the public mind; but somehow the
desire for quick passages, the lust of
gain, has in nearly every in dance
triumphed over the adoption of those
rules that would insure comparative,
if not absolute, safety in crossing the
ocean. It is a lamentable fact that,
with all the modern improvemcrts in
shipbuilding, and all the appliances
now in existence for saving life at sea,
shipwrecks among European vessels
are, in proportion to the number of
ships, on the increase. The steamers
now used by the great companies trad
ing between Europoaud America, are
built to resist the fury of any storm
nomattcr how severe, so that nine out
of every ten accidents that occur are
the result of careless, or at least rash,
navigation. By reason of the tre
mendous competition between tho
companies, great risks arc taken in
order to secure quick passages. The
most dangerous rocks and shoals are
just barely shunned in order to save
time. Some concept! ?h of the (lar ger
thus incurred may be gathered from
tho fact that even with the use of the
very best chronometers navigators arc
certainly liable to mistakes in calcula
tions of from three to live miles; and
no surprise is manifested when an
error of twenty is discovered. The
number of mil road and steamboat
accidents is gradually diminishing;
and if nil necessary precautions were
taken there is good reason to believe
that a journey across the Atlantic
might ho rendered ?\t least as safe as
one across the continent.
At present if a ship is lost at sea the
owners are paid by insurance
companies, and lose nothing except in
the matter of repute. If the sugges
tion of tho New i ork Tribune were
adopted, and they were made re
sponsible for the life of every pass
enger entrusted to their care, and
obliged to pny damages in casoi of loss,
voyages might certainly be slower,
but fewer shipwro ks would occur.
Wanted t j Kan on a Kailroad.
A dilapidated looking individual
was at the I., C. & L. depot looking
for a situation. He said he wanted
to run on the railroad- He found a
group of railroad employees, and to
them he made known his desires.
'Arc you a railroad man?' inquired
a gray-haired comfuctor.
'Yes?well, not exactly, either. I
hauled n lot of ties for a railroad com
'Never run on the I., C.'& L. then?'
put in a muscular built throttle-pull
'Have you any relatives on the I.,
C. (fe L. V asked a lavender-gloved
'Are you acquainted with anybody
who runs on the I., C. & L. V savage
ly interrogated a wicked-looking bag
'Not an acquaintance.'
'Do you know anybody who ever
did run on the I., C. ifc L. ?' came
from a freckled-faced messenger.
JDunno ns 1 do.'
'Did you ever ride on the I., C. o:
L?' remarked an attache of the freight
office, as he s'opped a moment and
caught the drill of conversation.
I 'Never was west of Ciuciunti in my
'Did you ever ship any lrcight over
the I., C. & L. ?' yelled the ticket
agent from his window.
'Never had any freight to ship,' was
the melancholy response.
'Did you cvtr mail a letter that
went on tho line?' put in a route
'Not that I remember of,' said the
6tranger, feeling somewhat that his
chances were growing momentarily
The men wore silent, and slowly
shook their heads. Finally the pea
nut butcher piped in :
'Did you ever sit up of a Sunday
night with a red-headed girl, whose
father hud poor relations that moved
year* ago into Knnsrs via the I., C.
Ij. and have her fish nick 1 es nut of
your pockets to send to the grasshop
per sufferers ?'
The melancholy man considered a
moment and said'No,' with a siyh,
The boys shook their heads again and
said there was no show, and as he
walked away he was heard to remark.
'I C and' L of a Chance of getting a
(job on that road,' which seemed to be
a positive relief to his ft clings.
ORANOKHIJUG, S. C.
This 1 IOU.SK in now open for tbe rcccp
lion of ItOAIt DKHS. G U KSTS wel 1 taken
care of. Tin TAI5LK amply supplied, mid
a HACK meeting each train at tbe Depot.
may 29 1875 Iv
By painting your buildings and residences.
A STITCH IN TIME SAY KS NINK.
We the undersigned offer our services to
tbe public to do all kind of pointing, grain
ing, glazing, paper-hanging, and re-plastcr
ing old walls ho ns to look as good as new.
attended to at once
And ull vrork guaranteed.
W. C. MITCH Kid..
A. J. OSl'iVAXDKit;
A. .1. JACKSON,
may 29 1S7? ly
All persons having claims against the
Ksiate ?I* Mary Zimmerman deceased, will
present tbe same properly lit tested, and
thou indebted will make pavmcnt lo
THUS. K. KlCKKN'llACK Kit,
tinv 20 187") 1m.
?JtANUKUUitci May 2?lh, 1S75.
D/ows Editors:?I desire through your
paper to correct the statements made in the
Prot Citizen of Saturday, May 12 2d, headed
the Stale) vs. '/.. M. Wolfe. I think the
Editor of that pa pur has done mean act of
injustice, and tried to mislead those who
read his paper, bj misrepresenting the case.
Ilc'spenks of an underground current being
brought to hear upon the ? rand Jury. If
such was done it was done by Webster. I
beard of his going to sonic of the < b aud
Jury and trying to get them to tell him
what passed in the Jury mom. He says he
doe* nut know what made die Grand Jtirv
<lo him such a gross act of injustice The
(Jrand Jury in iny opitdon were very
favorable lo him, for they did not present
him upon my whole report to them. 1 re
ported him for a graver charge than that of
the Stale vs. Z. M. Wolfe. 1 reported him
for sending into the Country for a Trial
Justice tu assist him in turning loose on this
community une of the most lawless men,
(under a writ of tntbcUK-eorptu) in the
County, and who had been committed to
Jail, because he could not give bail lo keep
ibo pence, lie succeeded in turning this
man loose, on si raw bail?and who in one
week, thereafter, violated said straw bond,
by creating a general row and light- Upon
this fact being reported to Trial Justice
Webster. What did he do'/ Why, In
sent for Wesley Washington, and his bonds
man, released the bondsman and turned
Washington loose, Washington thus turned
loose, remained at large until our last Court
when he was presented by the Grand Jury
and Judge lteed ordered a bench warrent to
be issued for his arrest, and instructed the
(."lerk of the Court to require a bond of six
hundred dollars with good and efficient
security, to keep the p.>ace, or commit him
to Jail for twelve mouths. Washington
knowing that he could not give the security
has absconded, and our community is in
debted to the G rand Jury fur an net that
wr.s clearly the duty of the Trial Justice. 1
reported to the f! rand Jury that Washing
ton bad brought twelve or fifteen cases to a
certain Trial Justice in one day, and in not a
single c:ise was a verdict of guilty found.
Of course the County has the costH to pay.
I reported these facts to the Grand Jury.
Who is running the under current myself or
Webstor ? 1 will leave it for the people of
this County lo judge.
Now concerning the case of the State vs.
'A. M. Wolfe. 1 was attending to my duly
as Marshal uf (he town, and had taken up a
hog, going at large against "the ordinance uf
the town, belonging to this woman. She
attempted to prevent me from executing that
duty, cursing and abusing the Town Council
ami myself in an outrageous manner, and
creating thereby quite a disturbance, slinging
a hatchet she had in her hand, about, and
tlo cating to strike me with it if J did not
turn the hog loose. I took hold of her anil
told her if the did not shut up aiid b'Jfc8&! i
hersek'n?aT1r^?l<lt"take lieT to tfij? gif?wf \
house, fhc finally quieted down ami paid
the fine for her running at large and I
turned the hog loosu and she drove h home
? but billowed nie down the street swearing
vengencc and the law She applied to
Webster for a warrant for my arrest, lie im
mediately granted it- 1 proved by gentlemen
die truth fill Inc.? of the case as above sta
led. Webster went on with the ease, putting
his constable ami mail-carrier on it, who had
expn.-sed hitnse'f publicly its believing that
I was guilty. He got another man to carry
the mail so as to keep this man Mel let t pre
sent to sit oil the jury. I most positively
deny the charge lhal"l agreed to pay any part
of the cost.
The winde truth is Webster has got his
foot in it and don't know bow to get it out.
1 eiin substantiate every thing I have staled
by sworn evidence of gcntlcine.i. The mat
ter is this man Webster lias too many irons
in the lire. Post muster, trial justice, school
examiner, editor of the colored paper, school
teacher Ac. This is too much fur such a
man?no wonder he is weak and sickly, so
nmch pap will kill him, if he is nut relieved
of Mtiue of it.
'A. M. WOLFK.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OFFICE.
May 28lh 1S7?.
The School Trustees of the various
Townships of this County are requested to
meet at my ollicc on the 12th of Jmiu 1S7?,
at 11 o'clock A. M. precisely, as there is
business of imporlanec to be transacted.
I Til OS. I'll 1 bid PS, j
may 12? 1S75 3t
In nci'ordancc with the Order.of Honor
able Augustus 15. Ktiowjtnii Judgs of Pro
bate, I will sell at public outcry at Orange
lung for cash commencing oil Monday the
?J 1st of June 187? lo continue tVimi day ito
i,lay until all tliii perishable properly of Mo
bile Jos. McNamara deceased remaining
unsold, consist ing of Groceries, Dry Goods,
House-hold nnd Kitchen furniture, 1 Horse,
1 Wagon iVe.
Miiv 'JIM 1N7?.
CIIAKKKK It. .11 INKS,
may '29 1S7? It
ai>.iiirvis i n vroits s\i.k.
I ly virtue of an Order id the Probate
Court, I will sell tit the late residence of
bayinia Hooker deceased, on the l?th day of
Juno A. I>. I87?, till the personal property
of said deceased, (including her interest in
the growing crops,) consisting of House
hold and Kitchen furniture, Mub-s, Cattle,
Plantation Tools, iKre. ?c.
'forms Cash on delivery.
MilV '2">lh 1S7?.
JOKL J. HOOKK'?,
may 5'.? 1S7? .'5t
CORNER OF MAIN AND MARKET STREETS.
I take pleasure in announcing to my PA THON 8 und the PUBLIC
gencrully that I have LARGELY INOREAEED my
stock of merchantjise;
Which will be sold LOW
My STOCK is so large that I have placed a considerable portion of it
in the store
GOBNE? 03h1 ^X^V ITST ,S7TtEET
BAIL ROAD AVENUE
formerly occupied by Mr. J. S. Albcrgotti where the public will (iud as fine
an assortment to select from as can he shown down Town.
A line lot of ALES, WINES and LKjUOUS always on hand at both
I have also rented the STABLES and LOT in rear of my store on
Market Street where any one coming into Town can have their Horses care
fully groomed and fed, and vehicles cared for. Saddle Horses and
Vehicles lor hire.
JO^\JB W. MOSELEY.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
OFFICIO COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OitANQTUUllU S. C.j May 20th 1875.
Notice is hereby given that the Lake
Bridges, and Footway, near the Town of
Orangeburg South Carolina, will be sold
out, at the said Bridges, for repairs to the
lowest Bidder, at 11 A. M.f on the 7lb day
of June, A. D. 1S7?.
Also the Bridge across Poplar Creek,
situated in Poplar Township, in said
County and Stale?said work will be sold
out lo the lowest Bidder, at tbe Bridge, <m
4th day of June, A. D. 1875, at 11 o'clock,
Providence Bridge will also be sold out
to the lowest Bidder, at the Bridge, oifthc
5th day of June, A. D. 1875.
'Tho nature of tbe work lb bo done will be
made known on the days of sale. Parties
interested will take notice and be present,
and it is important that thesaid repairs lie
made at an early day.
Pmfc, l^/ j, [JM mays,
Chairman of Hoard oFCoTConTft;
Orangeburg Count v.
may 22 ' 1S7? 4t
A ?MIXKXKATOItS S A I.K.
l'y virtue of an order of the Probate
Court 1 will sell at tint late residence of
Mary Zimmerman deceased. All the person
al property of said deceased, on the 1st flay of
June 1875. ('(insisting of Corn, Fodder,
bacon, Lard, Wagon, Bits, Cook ihg Stove,
Terms, Cash, on ilclivcrv.
Mav l?th 1875.
THO*. F. HICK EN B A CK ER;
may 22 lS7.r) 2t
OttAKOKlirUO, S. C,
May 15, 1875.
Notice is hereby givtii that this Office
will be open to received returns of Personal
Properly for the year LS7.~>, from June 1st
to July 20ib, 1S7?. The following items
must be returned, vie:
1. The number of B?rsen and their value
2. The number of Neat Cattle and their
.'I. The number of Mules and Asses and
?1 The number of Sheep and Goats and
5. The number of Hogs and their value.
0. Value of Gdhl and Silver plate, and
number of (iold and Silver Watches and
7. The number of Piano Fortes, M-elod
ions, and Cabinet Organs and their value.
S. The number of pleasure Carriage*and
0. Tbe number of Hogs and their value.
10. Tbe value of Good*, Merchandise,
Moneys and Credits.
11. The value of Materials received, usad
or provided to be used in bis business as a
12. Tbe value of all Machinery, Engines,
Tools, Fixtures and Implements used or
provided for bis use, in his business as a
Manufacturer, and of all manufactured ar
ticles on band oneycaror more.
I."r The vahie i>f Moneys, including
Bank Bill* and Circulating Notes.
1 I. The value of all Credits.
15. Tbe value id' Investments in the
Sleeks of any Company or Corporation out
of this Stale, except National Hanks.
pi. The value of all Investment? in
Bonds, except bonds of the I'idled States
ami this Slate, expressly exempted from
17. The value of all oilier property.
Also all New Structures erected since
July fust, 1874.
Tax payers must be prepared to ntntu the
number of acres Mild, and to whom sold
since Inly 1*1 1874.
The law imposes a penalty of AO per cent
on all persons who fail to make llieir if
turns" before the 20lh day of July 1875.
J AS. VAN TASS EE,
may 22 1^7? ?l
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKKR.
Ilcing convinced c?f the necessity of procure
ing a larger STOKE for my HUSINICSS,
mid a favorable opportunity having been
granted mo to obtain such; I hereby take the
pleasure of informing my friends and cus
tomer*, that they will find meat tne HKICK
STORE fortnely occupied by Messrs Kuhn
ei Uro., where business will be pilllCUidly at
tended to in the future.
may 22 1S7."> fun
The Stale of South Carolina,
OKA NOEHUIH J COUNTY,
In Common I'i.kas.
E. Hbsa C. Qlixv'rns, widow and )
Kxoriitor of the will of
Esidro J . Oli veros, deceased,
C1 i IIafdT)ITvT"r( is. f31 aTTo.?a O^r^f
ros, Nina Ferdinand Oliveros I
and Oarlolo Oliveros and Thntn- |
UK W. Olover, ; ?clendanu. J
By virtue ei* therder iiftlie said Court I
will sell at public auction to the highest
bidder at < >raugchiirg l.'ouri House on the
first Monday in .June 1ST"), titling tbe legal
hours for public sales, the following descri
bed Heal Estate of the late Eddro .1. 'Uli
veros deceased, situate in the Town and
County ??f ()raiigcliiii"g. viz:
1. All that c.-rpdn lot of land on the
Southern side of Kltiiscll street, fronting on
said street, 04 feet ?> hiebe? and riming back
2(11 feet more or less, hounded Fast by lot
of Thomas 15. Boyd, Southby lot lately of
T. K. Sn?pbrtas and West by lot of
Theodore Kobn ami Henry Kobn, being
the same lot whereon was located the Drug
store of the late Dr. O'iveros until the lire
of January 1S7?.
2. All that certain house and .ot oti the
Northern side of Kussel I street containing
?\ of an acre, more or lessj bounded East by
lot ofV. l'ilhan, North by lot ofXoinan A.
Hull, atitl West by lot of V. Pitthan, being
the lot Fold and conveyed to the late Dr.
01 iveros by Mr*. Maria L. Nvufler by her
tleed datetl January 1872, ami r^Cwislcd in
book 12, pago IS and 19 in tht registers
ollice forth > County.
Terms of sale?I hie Third Cash, and the
Balance on a credit of one and two years
with interest from date of sale, (lie purchas
er or purchasers to give Bond to the Clerk
("this Court for credit portion of purchase
money, with Mortgage of the premises
purchased, in which Mortgage shall be in
serted a covenant for resale in case of the
breach of the condition of the bond, and in
case of tbe house and lot on the Northern
Ride of Kussel 1 street (above mentioned "2").
The premises shall be insured at the ex
pense of the purchaser, policy shall be
assigned to the Clorjk of this Court, tbe pur
chaser shall also pay for papers and record
ing, ami in case any purchaser or purchas
ers fail to e?lriplv with the terms of sale,
the premises purchased, in such instance
will be resold on tbe ne.vt succeeding salts
dav at such former purchaers risk.
Orangeburg C. 11., }
Sheriff's Ollice \
Mav Hi, 1S75. J
E. I. CAIN,
S. O. C.
By virtue of sundry Executions to me di
rected, I will sell" to the higlnst bidder,
at Oraiicehurg (/'. 11.. on the EIHST
MONDAY in June next, for cadi, all
the right, title and interest of thu De
fendants in tbe following property, vir.:
A|l thai Lot with the building thereon in
(he town of Ornngcbuirg, fronting on .street
running Southward ftom Main or Kussel!
street (name unknown) from a point nearly
opposite tbe l'resbyljrrian Church lot, niensu
ring on said froil I 00 fy*t am\ measuring back
MO feet, bounded North hv lot of Andrews
and wile, East on s:yd strrel, South by lot
of fucker and wife|(now Kirk Robinson)
and West by lot of Livingston. Levied on
as propcrtv'of .lameh Cannon at the suit of
H. lb I Cure. 1
Orangeburg ('. II.J )
Sberiir's Ollice,; \ E.I.CAIN,
May 17, 1875. ^ J S. 0.0.
I?er Day at 'Jloim*. Terms free.
STINSON & CO.,
Drs Hartem & Legarc wo dd bog to inform1
heir patients, especially those in the conn-'
ry, that during their necessary absence be
tween Office Hours, all cjdls must be left at
Dr. Duke's Drug Store, where they will bo
promptly received and attended to on their
may 1 4t
X CA It 13. ~
Dr. J. (J. WANNAMAKEU is in pos
session of tho Receipts and Prescription
Books of the late Dr. E. J. Oliveros. All
persons desiring to get any of the above
Preparations or Renewal of Prescriptions
uan do so by calling on
mar 27?3m At bis Drug Ktor?.
OFFIC K SCHOOL C OM M ISS I ON ER,
May 10th 1875.
Notice is hereby given that the following
ippoiuttncnts have this day been made by
he School Commissioner of said County:
IlOAltD or KXA.M 1 Nl'.itH:
Thomas Phillips, J. II. Fordliam, E. A.
Vnnecs No. 1.?A. P. Avinger, Kufus
Felder, .Jesse Williams.
J'ojdur No. 2.?Dr. A, Baxter, "Win.
ireen, Win. Paul ling.
Pinc-Grotc No. 3.?A. lt. Fludd, W. W.
Vice Smith (j lover.
Amelia No. -1.?P. E. Jones, F. ,J. IJiiyct,
I*. M. General.
Providence A'., ?.?David Pull, Thos.
Allen, Harry Welfare.
Gooilfujx No 0.?J. F. Way, Solomon It.
Felder, Ciestir Abraham.
Lyons No. 7.?A. O. Holman, F. "W
Williams, A. C. Williams.
Cow-Castle No. 8.?David L. Conner,
Lcvi Summers, Peter Cars hi.
Middle No. 9.?J. 1*. M. Foures, Thos. J
Phillips, Ctesar Quinton.
Oranye No. 10.?Samuel Dibble, V. D.
Bowman, Harry Glover.
Cm- Cuw No. 11.?O. P?. Rilcy, Peter
Gladden, Tandy Murph.
Jlrnncltvill' So. 12.?W. II. Pccdish,
Edward Urcen, Gco. Baxter.
Nciv Hope No. 13?Oliver Fairev, las.
Summers, Gco. Garvin.
Jiliatberth No. 14.?R. V. Dannerly,
Joseph Bash, Rufus Whetstone.
Kdi*to No. 15.?Samuel J. Izlar, Allen
Brown, June Antley.
Union No. I?.? Win. Myers, Jell'Zeigler,
Fl I is Foures.
'/.ion No. 17.?Win. N. Mount, James
Parker, Henry Banes.
ll'i/W }Yo. IS.?E. J. Frederick, J. T.
Williamson, Ihau Ser.ior.
Liberty Ao. 1'.).?J. II. Lcvihgstoii, Gco.
Blume, Rufus Poo.
Umidtand No. -'0 ??(!eo. T. Fre(teriek, W.
L. Khny, Alex Brown.
Jldtron A?.2L?D. It. S!iar.alia:i, Phillip
Carson, S. R. Logan.
(,'r?rt No. 22.? L I> J\nolL-, Iv^om
The School Trustees above appointed,
"within lift ceil days, .-ball take "an ti.it h or
atliiniation faithfull- and impartially to
discharge the duties of their titlita:, which
oatti the member* are autliOii/.td to admin*
ister to each other
* County School Commissioner
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
County Commission mta Office
Orangobtirg, S. C., April 30, 1S7?.
Scaled proposals will be received at tho
Ofiiee of the Board of County Commissioneis
for Orangchnrg County, until Mhv 31. 187?,
for thebiuldmgbf n COURT HOUSE fmsaid
County, in the Town of Orangchnrg, S. (1.
Plans and specification* prepared by R. B.
llewetson, Esq., Architect, can ho semi and ex
amined hi (heoffice of the said Board, at any
time, upon application. Such proposals lo
l.c addressed to the "l.'hairinan of the Board
County Commissioners for Orangehurg
County, and to be undoruvd "Proposal! for
Building Court House.
The Board reserves the right to reject
aay *nd all hid?, if doomed by them best for
tho interest of the County to do so.
Br Order of the Board.
G EO. IK)LIVER,
Clerk of Co. Com'rs.
may 1 1875 Im
Having secured the AOENCY of tho
"City Insurance Company
l^poviclece, Irl. I."
With that of participating Companies,
The *f Fireman's Fand," Capi
"Atlantic," of Xcw YorK.
I am prepared to take RISKS of any
amount, dividing them in several 1st Class
COMPANIES, to which I chit the attention
of property holders.
B3PJECIA J-j !R ISTCS
Taken on ,G1N HOUSES, MILLS mid
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
Fir*- lmurance Agent.
A few tons of
GUANAPE PERUVIAN GUANO.
Abo a supply of the
MAPES STANDARD FERTILIZERS.
J. A. HAMILTON,
a pi 3 187") ly
Notice of Dismissal.
Notice is hereby given to all concerned,
that on the first "day of June, 187"), I will
tile my final account hs GUARDIAN of
(i KOROE ALKX AN DER S. J KNNINGS,
j in the Probate Court for Orangchnrg
I Gountv, and will petition said Court for iny
Fit A NCI ICS M. BAMBERG,
Guardian of XL A. S. Jcnniiigs.
Orangeburg, S. C, April 2Ith, 1875.
apr'l 20 1875 4t