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^:T,; 'KVEllV; SATURDAY. MORNING
' Oraageburg, S. C.
t? L'-'lf-'OV 't'' '<?
tjjKijM j.. .
?!?Vr;/i*; $2 00 ucr Annum, in Atlr?ncc. J
During tltc'Spring And PAD Smsoik, Extra Copies
.t,."?f the OnANr.KHfuu Nr.ws will be circulated for Die
benefit of tfur AttvimtiB'ixa'P.\TnoKs.
?&- Contract Advertisements 'inserted on the
htost Liberal Tvnns. Address
; to ? ?' ' ' SAMUEL DIBBLE,
'' Kdilur ''?riiUgcburg News," ,
K ..i .Orangeburg, S. C.
Tbc Death of on Estimable Citizen.
. ' iu the diHcliurge of our duty us chroniclers
. of District events, wo he ye sad as well us plcas
.ing'dutics to perform. Oh': this oecasiou. wc
announce the decease of Mr. "William Zim
.. MKiiMA.v, well known to us, all; for his 'genial
manners auid esteemed for his. piety, probity
Jund Worth.. For years he "has occupied a posi
? *tlon*df responsibility and trust in the Baptist
*)hurch, and has airways had many friends.
? die died quite suddenly, of an.apoplectic stroke'|
Hin Irott'Tuesday night
~;? Shrewd Kascnlity.
A'puan calling himself William Rupi>> "fj
^enncsseO, engaged sis a farm hand w'th Mr.
..S. 15, Ric^.xbakku about a nuwth ago. On
? Wednesday last; ho brought to Mr. R. a letter
cont: i:?hg some money, n"d "purjHirthig to he
an offer of a lucrative situation near Ninety
r Six, which letter RUDD said a neighbor had
taken from the Tost office, ami sent to him that
day. Mr. R. released him from his engage
ment; aud he left his place that afternoon,
telling all good bye, and expressing many re
grets, &c. Afterwards some circumstances
..?f v- ? ' I
exciting Mr. -RicKENBAKKit's suspicions, In*.
?'. made infpuiriesof the neighbor alluded to, found
that the letter was a forgery of Rl'pp. himself,
and that RuiiD the evening before had been
in the store on the place with only a little hoy
present, which accounted for the money in the
letter,, . ? . ? '?. ? , ,?
?y (' Efforts are being made to catch the individ
ual and we hope they will prove successful.
The Southern Cultivator.
The March number of this valuable periodi
cal is before us. Why does not every planter in
Orangeburg take a journal of this description ''
Don't be behind the times; there are advances
in the science of agriculture as in everything
else, and it will naV von to semi two dollars to
_u\y,,N,. White, Athens. Georgia, and learn how
til make more corn, iiuiro eottdii, more of every
thing desirable on a plantation with the least
p< ssible outlay.
?M??? -I ? ?i
litinyan's TilgrinCs Progress.
..; .We went on Tuesday evening to sec the
Dunyan, Tableaux, as announced for exhibition
at ?Mi?lp's New IIall.
? j < The largo attendance of'ottr citizens testified
the interest felt in this, the first exhibition of
the season in Orangeburg. The Hall was filled
to its utmost capacity, and all evinced by their
? close attention, that thoy appreciated the artis
tic treat before them. As our Devil. says.
r - ??Natur was no-wlnir. it was all Art."
On Tuesday next Mikk Eu'MAN's S|iow
will visit Orangeburg., and wp weuld stato, that
this grand tmmbinathm of attractive sights has
a reputation equal to anything of the kind in
this country. AH our exchanges speak Of it
in the highest terms, and we therefore feel jus
tified in bespeaking for it a large attendance,
and promising thuto who attend a full share of
..enjoyment and recreation.
Another Town Improvement.
Mr. Cl.'MMlMiS has opened this week with
-a well selected stock of Dry Goods and Gro
ceries at his'New Store, between Mr. Wii.l
',cock 8 ami Mrs. Hall's Millinery Establish
ment. We wish him a successful career as a
^merchant in Ornhgcbnr'g.
??n??. oa? i -
Messrs. T. A. Jict'iuitiis & Co., Main
Street, will exchange Corn and Flour for Roug
Rico, giving the highest market price for the
Rice and will guarantee to sell the Corn and
Flour au low as they can be had in Prange
burg. mar 10?liu
m\; E. V. STHEBSLfNJ
Desires to nunouuee, tliut he has located at Mr.
J. J. QUATTLKDAL'M'S. on Dihiiickcr's Bridge
lto.nl. near Jons Kahtkulix's for the practice r.f
Medicine in nil its branches, and offers his prufes
slouftl scryiccB to his friends and the public genc
? rally residing in that vicinity.
HihfJJ 1 in
<?)/W W t- BUSHELS BOUGH ?i?K WANTED
.. jm*\)\)\_) m exchange for Corn and Flour at
T. A* JEFFOUDS kCU'H,
- mnr 10?1m Mnin-st, Orangeburg, 8. C
?\TriIITE CORN, $1,75, FOJt CASH. Apply at
W " COBNKI.SOX, KUAMEIt & CO S.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
KEItOSENE OIL STOVES. WITH COMPLETE
UTENSI.LS, .Cost Sift, for $10.
rhur 10?tf CO ft NELSON, Kit AM Ell & CO,
rftHB II IO II EST CASH MAltKETPRICE OIVEN
X for .all kind y.f rOFNTIty PHODUCE, Doos
wax, Tallow, Hides, Furs, etc., cto.. by
' ' $ * . E/.EK1F.L k EOHN.
feh 2:3 y le
Schedule South Carolina Kail Hontl.
inw?L..r. il.SO A. M.*"
Eoave Columbio^St....:; tl.ffO A. M * and 11,40 A. Uf.
OrangebuW.atJ10.80 Ai M.* und 8.08 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston..., 4 . P. M..,,...,...?,...,,?
Augusta.,. 0 P. M. and U P. M,
Xlp Pa^cugn, ? '
Leave Augusta ut.7 A. M, and ?.Jtt) P. M.
" - Ciiarloston at.8 A.M.....?,.,?.?.
?? Orangeburg ut......l.30 P. M. nnd H16G Pi M.
Arrivo at Columbia at.5.20 P, M* and 8.22 A. M.
I.cnve Orotigeburg ut..............10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston ut,....!..'.. U.IO'P. M.
LeuYcOrangcburg at.1.88 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia at.U.30 P. M.
*This is tlu? only Passenger Train for Churlcston
und Points below Brutichvillo. For tho AuguMu
Uoad Passengers may take either Train.
mar 23 g to
Consignees per South Caroliua llj>iiiotul
From 8th to 14th Inclusive
Builev & Bros.. J. lt. White, W. MeKlroy, J. A.
Cumiuings, Bull & Seovill. U. L- Wolfe, W. 1?. Witt,
K. W. \ ogt, J. McXinnnra.. ?'? Oliveros, Be v. a.
Mclllohomp, T. M. Bart, K? H. W. Uriggniaim, It.
W. Bates, J. C. Edwin'."?. A. (J. Sullcy, J. D. Zcig
ler. G, Inubinet, J. 0. llc'c'ner, Cornelsori, Kramer
& Co.. P. Livings'*"". J. A. Hamilton, J. o. Douglas,
A. & B., 1). Loida &Co., J. N. Biloy, A. C. Z., J. 1).
Foglc, J. Conner, T. Hay, W. Knotts, A; N. Wuuiia
maker, .). Cannon, V. Pitt linn, Exckicl & Kolm, J.
II. Fel</cr? J- *' Bickenbaker, M. S., I). 11. Barton,
II. f'umlei'burg, J. 1). Ditntxfer, J. l>. Stacker & t.'o..
j. tV. Dun t/.lor, L. BunsJale, Dukes & Shnler, .). S.
Jennings, (i. D. Keitt & Co.. \V. It. Livingston, J.
Lucas, J. B. Pholps, D. Shnler. I?. M. Fowlcs. S. M.
Fairy, U. D. Rast? .1. L. Itnnt. II. N. .1. C. llarman.
Robinson & Co., Hev. W. 0. Conner, W. C. M.. M.
H Y M K X E A L._
M.vnniKu?In Charleston, on tho 14tJi Marek, by
ncv. J. Baetmian, I). I)., ("apt. 15. II. L'ABTOX, of
Orangcburg, tu Miss? AMELIA V. youngest daughter
of the late I). Boniest, of (lie former place.
0 B i T U A 11 Y
Dum.?At homo, on the ljfjli instant, of apoplexy,
William Zimmkr>:.>.:;, nn old and worthy citizen of
this District, n^cd ?? years.
lias resumed tho PRACTICE OF LAW at Orange
burg Court limine, und may be found at his Office
over Cornelsbn, Kramer \ Co.'s New Store, Bus-ell
mar 23 If
ALM\S. SOXTAGS. Si'XDOWNS. Ol.ADIA
TOBS. CENTRAL PAUKS, Fashionable
BONNETS. Old Lttdics BONNETS Iriiiimed an.I
Uittriiiimcil, which arcotfered at the most reasonable
H ATS Itonm lled. Cleaned. Bye<l. F'.'Wvod ?1?'.
Trimmed, at short notice, ut
Mi*?, m. k. 1 i a li;s,
Oppositi I. P. THOMPSON.
r.UH.Hll-Stl'Cc!, ?"'.?.. IJM'I Itlg. S '. c?.
T l'l''TTKK' ,'A:,l)
JL CIIOICK FAMILY (IHOCBltlKS, .^c. 11/
h 1 &
SCO AB, BACOX, * A i'AXo.l M.VCKBKL
mar 23 1 v
Orangeburg Drug Store.
?H. E. J. OLIVER08.
IMr??TJ?? AND DKALiilt IN
Tj \ia.'CS. MEIliciXKSj PUltF?MEBIKS, OILS.
\_? fSpirit'S Turpeutjue, Kerosine Oil, Varnish,
\c., jftc., ?o.
??OSWKCO'* CO UN STABCII, -Muruing Slai"
Corn Starch, u dolicious food for Infants.
Cooking Soda, Cr on 111 Tiu'icr, Arrow Boot, Subic
ratlin, Flavoring Kssctieos, Cloves, Xutmegs. Mace,
Pepper, Uingcr, Cinniiiium, Allspiee, &e., Siv., &e.
Tho Proprietor being a graduato of Medlciuo ami
a Druggist of long experience, azures the Public
that all Medicines hearing Iiis Lkhles are guaranteed
pure and reliable.
Orders from the Country, when ncubmpiiiiictl
with CASH, respect full v solicited.
i-I .1. OLIVKBOS. M. D.
mar 2?[ y Druggist ami Apothecary.
OFFICE ASST ASS'B 1XTKBNAL BEY FX IK,
OtiANOKiit ittl C. IL. S. C., March l?, IStiT.
In uceofifniicc with the recent ChungCKmude In the
Internal Bevenitu Law, all SpcctuI Taxes, (previous
ly called Liuenac?,) uh abo Incomes for 180(1, Car
riages, Billianl Tables, Plate, of either Gobi or Sil
ver and Watches, are to be returned luuiiotU'|tely.
Special Taxes will date from March 1st instead of
May la, hh formerly, unless Relumed within time
specified by law a penalty often per cent um, will be
ndded. Persons neglecting to make returns for any
buffincjut or oucuputiou for which 11 Hpcoial Tax (or
License) in Imposed, nre liable to h tine of $A00.
I will bo at my eflioo ut Orangeburg C. II.. on
Titcsdny and Saturday of e. ry week, and will giv.i
all desired informutinn. Other days I will visit the
different Precincts or Polln, of which duo notiue
shall be given.
0F.0. W. STURGEON,
N. B_My Cilice is at the Store of C. S. Bull tz
umr 10?2in Ae^ittsnt A^.-cror,
, J i8 ? , ?:
A full supply of Spring Goods consisting
of all kinds.
LADIES' SILK COVERINGS,
Together wit, an extensive supply of PRINTS. LONGCLOTIIS. SHEETINGS and other
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Of which will be found a great variety of shades and sizes. Together with many other
GOODS too numerous to mention. A call is respectfully solicited
8TATK OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
By virtue of sundry writs of Ii. fi?? to me directed,
1 will Sell iu the highest bidder, at Orungchurg
Court House on the first Monday in April liexl
the following property, vii:
One House ami Lot in the Village of Branelivillv,
levied oil us the Properly of F. H. Barsh, at th<*
suit of E. F. Reese, Administrator,
One Truet of Land containing two hundreil tieres,
more or lc>s, levied on as the Property of Callowuy
Strouma, at the suit of B. F. Simiiiuus. i
One Tract of Land containing twelve hundred
acres, more or less, levied on as the property id L.
AY. Hash, at the ?uit of B. F. Simmons.
Tlirci? hundred Cross Tics, more or less and Six-'
teen Sticks Tiiaher, one Rrond Axe and one Meat
Cutter. Levied on ns the property ol'L. \V. Dash at
the suit of 15. F. Siiiuacus.
t!n? Tract of Land containing one hundred und
t wenty ucres. more or less,.levied on us the Properly
of Rolen Phillip-, at the suit of .1. 1'. Martin.
On Tuesday, the '2d April next. :.t the House of
Rolen Phillips, I will soll (?) t'.vc head of Cattle, (d)
head of Il??g?, one Wa;: >n. one Carl, one Ituggy and
various other articles, levied on as the Property of
Bolen Phillips, at Ilm .-".it of .1. 1'. Martin.
ShcrltTs office, \ .1. \V. II. BUKES.'
( rm.'i bum C II. S. ti. D,
a! area 1 i. lb?7; J
m ir ltj ids
t-nd -r DecretalOr?lersfrom the Ordinary ?>f Orang -
Imr^' District, 1 will sell at the Coin I Monsoon tiiv
first Monday in April next Lclwceii I he usual
Ii..urs of sale, for partition iiinoug iho parties in
. in tri-si the luY...:t;; ir. of lnnd, viz:
I. (in ? Tract of Land belonging to I in* E t?te of
hi cob A. Pantzte.;. containing one hundred mid
wenty-eight acres.' siluuto in Oruugchurg District,
to Lc more particularly described on i!te day of sale,
oti a credit of 1*2 month*;
-. One Tract belonging to the Estate of Jaiin-s
Williams, containing one hundred and l\Veiity.o::e
acres, lying on the waters of Lit lie linll Swamp, ad
joining lands of John liiabiiiet. I?. I>. I1. (tucker and
ThomasCreps, on a credit of nine (*.?) mouths.
'.). One Trad, situated in St. Matthews Parish, be
longing to the Estiitc of ,1. W. Smith, containing
-acres. Iicuiuled by lands of Keller, Darby, and
others?to be more particularly described on ?1 he
day of sale?on a credit of a".a ? ('.') months.
I. And one oilier Trad, belonging to the Estate of
Ellas V. Ott, containing one hundred and seven
acres, hounded by lands of N. Foglo. V. I rick and
David Clayton?on a credit of 12 months.
Purchasers to give Loads with good security and
tnort<?aj;c of premises, and pay cash sufficient to
pay costs. Revenue stamps and papers extra.
Or.ingeburgC.H., | J. W. 11. DUKES,
March 8, ISlVT. J S. ?I. I).
mar Hi ids
1 will sell on Tuesday, the 2d day of April, at the
Residence of I'riaIt S. ('orbit, - Morses, C! head
Cattle, 8 Mogs, 1 Buggy, ?? bushels Corn, lot of old
l?uj_'gy and Wagon Irons, and several other articles,
levied on as the properly of Uriah S. Corbil, at the
suit of .lacob F. Corley.
SheriffsOlliec. ) .1. W. M. DIKES.
March 1?. ISU7. ) S. <?. I?.
mar 2'J Id
I X l'.QU ITY,
OHA NO Kill III! 1)1 ST1U0T.
The Slate ex relalione \ Bill to
Solicitor Southern Circuit, - perpetuate
In re lost Documents. J Testimony.
Application having been made by Mrs. Ccly Metis
to prove the K.xistcnoc, Loss and Contents of the
last Will mid Testament of .lames 1?. Melts, deceased.
Oh motion of Messrs. Izlar & Dibble, Solicitors, it
is ordered. Thai all persons who desire so lo do.
may appear autl cross examine the evidence pro
duced, and introduce evidence iu reply before me on
the iMilh day of June next.
Commissioner's Oliice, \ V. D. V. J AMISON.
Oratigchurg C. M., '? Commissioner,
March 4, )8i?7. j
mar 2<! Ibii
Office to Rent.
Till. BUILDING FORMERLY FSKD BY
liij! Hie Subscriber us a Law Office, situated on
l^JrMain-ntrnel, For particulars, apply next
door, to Mr. I). Louis, or tu
m I/.la r 6; Dibble's,
A DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE WITH A
Kjiii: hundred Acres of Laud attached, til the V|l
JljlL luge of Orangchiii'g. <\ short distance above
the Railroad Depot.
Ajiy one. desiring a model FARM contiguous to a
thriving Village, this splendid Residence otters every
inducement. Terms easy
A fine BUILDING LOT, containing about (|)
acres, between the Subscribers Residence and ill*
New Building of Mr. W. N. Scovill. On this Lot
are several Outbuildings.
Apply to 0. D. KE1TT.
f.b'JiJ " Sin
French Fruits, Cordials, Olive
Oil, &c, I
Lfltuh'wj Ex-Iiritf I'uuf H Mm ie. \
1) I K K C T V It UM HO R D K A U X.I
rnWKXTY CASES FRUITS IN BRANDY. AS
Five Cases Fruits in juice
Fifteen CiiMCR assorted Cordial
Ten cases Maraschino, Annisette ami Cunnelle
Five eases Curucotul' liollatcle
Five cases Rose Water
One case Fates lie foil? d*Oic. in whole, half uud
Four cas-s Pefits Pois and Champignons
Five eases French Olives ami Olives farcicH
Thirty cases Superfine Olive Oil, pints
Ten barrels Clarified White Wine Vim-gar
Five tii-res Clarified While Wine Vinegar
One bale Velvet Corks, in bags of 4 gross each.
For .sale by lb PAI L &. CO..
mar b', tf Charleston, S. C.
Ale and Porter.
mWKNTY CASKS ALLSOPP'S PALE ALE?
JL QUARTS AND PINTS
Fifteen casks Uy?ss' Palo Ale?CJur.ris and Pints
Fifteen cask* Jeffrey's Edinburgh Ale?Pints
Fifteen casks ItyaVs' London Porter?Quarts and
Tu? casks Barclay, Perkins &Ce's Porter?Pints,
the above received bv lute arrivals, and for sale bv
D. PA V L & CO.
mar D*i if Charleston, S. <'. /
Fresh Teas, by Last Steamer.
}\\ LF Cll ESTS FINEST MOYUNE HYSON TEA
Half chesis lincsi Gunpowder Ten
Hall'ciiest.-; Superior Oolong Ten
Half chest.- t.'hoice English Breakfast Tea.
a i.so, un u \ m>.
A supply of OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA and
MOCHA COFFEES. For sale hv
D." PAUL ? CO.
mar lit tf Charleston, S. C.
Bird's Island Guano.
rpilK FIRST CARGO EVER BROUGHT INTO
JL I Iiis City, and will be sold thin Season in or
der to bring ii into use. Professor C. U. S1IEP
IIARD'S, (of the Medical College). Analysis on the
I he (SUano. can be seen ut our Otlice. Terms?S">0
(per Long Ton ? frisk, or Planter's drafts on Factors
pavnldc 1st December, with Hank rales of interest.
HUNT & URO, Accommodation Wharf,
mar l?j?hu Charleston, S. C.
Reopening of an Old Drug Store
rpilE SUBCBIBEB WOULD KBSPEOTUI.LY IN
FORM hi* friends and the public generally
that he has opened a FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORK
at his Father's Old Stand, known for oter twenty-five
years as Rurnhaiii's Drug Store, where he has a
well-selected and complete Slock of DRl'GS. PER
FUMERY. DYE STUFFS and FANCY A RT1CLES,
which will be sold low for cash.
Country orders, accompanied with cash t>r city
acceptance, will lie protlipllv filed.
PBESC RIPTIONS CA It EFULEY COMPOUNDED
! at all hours, day and night. E. S. BURNIIAM.
mar 10 if
! TO A Mi WHOM IT .MAY CONCERN.
HAVING. AT THE CLOSE <>F HOSTILITIES,
tried our best lit advance the interest of the
I PUBLIC of this District, by letting them have
! Goods on short Credit to start the World again. WE
; are now compelled, by the Debt we owe to others, to
I place our Notes nnd Accounts in the hands of
Messrs. I/.LAB .v HIBBLE. Attorneys, for Collec
tion, without distinction of Parties, wherever Per?
i son-- have not complied with th" Terms of their
Agreement. E/.EKIEL A KOHN.
mar Hi tf
TilK SOUTHERN (TI.TIVATOK.
/.< Pnl,Iisl.nl Monthly
A T A T II ft X S, C ft O It C 1 A ,
AV M. X. W I I IT hi.
r|lEKMS.-4-T?vo Dollars per year, or SI for six
\ months: ."id cents for three months In An?
vam i:. Single copies cents.
l-r>y " All Comumniriitions for the paper and Sub.
scriptions must be addressed to WM. N. WHITE,
mar '2'.\ g if
kok haTtIj Y~
ONE BAY MAKE, Good Size.
?vJi Throe Years Old.
mar HI?tf (70 It NELSON. KRAMER ? CO.
IWILL PAY THE ABOVE REWARD FOR
ERASMUS KEITT, Frecdinan, who escaped
fro.ni Jail this day,?if delivered to me.
March Iftlli I8<?7. J. W. II. DUKES,
mar 111?if S. O. D.
I/U>R THE LARGEST AND FINEST SELECTION
. of Papier Mache, and Silver Wore ever offered
in this market, suit ?ble for PRESENTS for all occa
sions, call at
E7EKIEL ? KOIIN'S.
(th _V> v 1c
A flNES ELECTION OF CHOICE SPRING CALl
?TL 'cos, jitst rtcpftc'J and for sale low for Cash,
i>y JOS. McNAMARA.
fob 23 ; ly
BBLS. REST FAMILY FLOUR, JUST UE
ccived and for sale, low by r- .
feb2.L?ly JOS? McNAMABA.
f RR LS. MOLASSE?, JUST RECEIVED AND
t) for sale low for CBBh, by JOS. McNAMAUA.
feb 23 ly
DDLS. LEAF LARD, JUST RECEIVED AND
? for salo low for cash, by JOS. McNAMABA.
feb 23 Ty
r KEGS CHOICE DETTER, JUST RECEIVED
tj and for sale low for cash, by
feb 28?ly JOS. McNAMARA.
FINE ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESES, JUST
received, und for sale low for cash, by
feb 23?ly JOS. McNAMARA.
t HDDS. CHOICE BACON, JUST RECEIVED AND
I for sale low for cash, by JOS. McNAMARA.
feb 23 ly
TO THE TAX PAYERS OF ORANGE
IWILL ATTEND ON* THE FOLLOWING DAYS,
at the following places, to Assess and Receive Re
turns of Taxable property, and all other returns, in
cluding Capitation, as required by law:
On Monday, April 1, nt Folder's.
" Tuesday, " 2, " Four Holes.
" Wednesday, 3, " Jamison's.
'? Thursday, " 4, Elliott's.
" Friday, " ft, ?? Keiglcr's..
Saturday, " 0, Rull Swump.
" Monday, *' H, O lea ton's.
" Tuesday, " u, " Rrown's.
?' Wednesday, 1(1, ?? Tyler's.
?? Thursday* " 11, " Rories*.
" Friday, '? 12, t.'urbittsvillo.
" Saturday, 13, " Eastcrlin's Mill.
" Court week, " 15(o2(Jth at Oranguburg,
*? Motulay, April 2U, at Cedar Grove.
" Tuesday, ?? 3d, " Howe's Pump.
" Wed'y ? Thursday. May 1 & 2 Rnuichvillc.
1 will also attend at Orungchurg dully, dining the
weeek ending May 11, when the General Tax Rooks
W?1 be closed, and those failing to j;sak?' returns will
be Dotibh Taxed.
The following is a list of Taxable Properly, Re
turns, &c,: Lauds. Lots ami Buildings, Articles
manufactured in this Slate, return to be made by
manufacturer Spirituous Liquors made and sold.
Buggies, Carriages, Gold and Silver Plate, Watches,
Jewelry and Piauos, Professions, Employments, &c.,
including Newspapers, Insurance, Express ami Tele
graph CoiupntiieSj Photographers. Incomes from
Salaries, (feats, Interests, Sc., Saw. Flour and Orist
Mills. Hotels? Restaurants. Rutehers. Billiard Tables
and Par-Rooms, Ferries, Public Hacks. Drays, and
Baggage Wagons, Dogs, except one for each Plan
tation or inhabited Lot in Town or Village, a Capi
tation 'fax on till Males between the nges of twehty
one und fifty, and on all Sales of (Iw?.>2.s, Wares and
Merchandise made from the 1st day of January.
lHiiii, to 1st day of January, 1807, and from 1st day
of January, 1 x<J7, to 1st day of January, 18118.
Cotton Ginned on Toll is taxed $2,00 on every
Returns of Spirituous Liquors ami of floods,
Wares an 1 Merchandise fold since 1st January,
lsitiT. will be m?de for the Quarter ending with
March, and paid at the expiration of each Quarter.
The final Returns of the Quarterly Tux will he
taken during Court Week at <ir.-injjchurg. and the
Rooks wi'.l be close 1 on the 2>lth of April.
Every Employer will make Returns of the names
of all I'ersons that are employed by him.
All Returns of Property will be made in person
and under Oath, and pai I in the Di?t riet where the
Property is located, and no returns will be received
by mail, or otherwise, unless sworn to nccording to
'faxes will lie paid only in Geld and Silver coin.
United Slates Treasury Notes, or notes declared to
be u legal tender by the Government of the United
States, or notes of National Ranks, or the bills re
ceivable of this State, or pay certificate* of Jurors
and Constables for attendance on the Courts.
H^H'" Residents of th ; Town of Orangchurg are
requested to make their Qu irlerly au i General Re
turns on Welnesdav and Thursday of Court Week
P. W. FA I REV,
As^-'ss >r and Tax Collector of Or.inje Parish.
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ROBINSON A CO'S,
A FINE LOT OF FRESH GROCERIES AND
x v Ladies Shoes.
Extra No. 1 Hinter and Cheese,
No. 1 Rice. Hacon, Butter Ruscuits. Onions, Tea
and Cabbages, kf.
Agents for Builgh's Phosphates. SfiO Cash,
.?$''."1 Credit with uceepted Draft on Factors with 7
per ceut. interest.
KO bi N8ON *fc CO.,
AGENTS FOR THE
National Ink Company's Writing Fluid.
feb 23 ly
BULL & SCOVILL
A HE AGENTS FOR THE
Underwriters Fire Insurance Company
OF NEW YORK.
AS SETTS OVER ?:V"<>0,00;>.
Security Fire Insurance Company
OF NEW YORK
ASSET TS OVER 81,000.000.
These stand in the first ranks of nil good In?ursncc
feb 2:5 V 1e
T^EEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A WELL
IV. lected Slock of
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES
THEY ARE NOW
Receiving a Variety
WHICH THEY WILL SELL AT
CHEAP CASH PRICES.
Caff and Sec for Yt nrtcfvc*.
.T. P. 11 AR LEV, , A?CD,P
feb 28 m ?c
For the liberul patronage which I Ijryo tkua tint'
received from the citizens of Omiigcburfi) District
and the confidence shewn, in ore by. very numcfoar
friends. I tuke the opportunity of expressing my
sincere gratitude iu this, the first isette of the
"Obaxokbchu PJtws/' The encotpragcjocnl of past
patronage end kindness induces a" strong fnith in
future succcRU, ond, while thanking n*?y. friends, for
past favors, 1 can assure thelh that nothing bill be
left undone to deserve their Continuing p?lronaj|c.
My Store will be essentially o DHU? STORE?; u&?
will be kept such Drugs aud Medicines alone, ntt iV
will warrant Genuine und Pure. 1 hnv? arranged to T*
supply my customers with Medlaines of the very
best quality afforded in the market. I avoid all'
cheap useless articles, and yet my prices ahull ha a*
reasonable for VALUABLE, GOOD, FRESH MEDI-*
CIN ES as any body's.
I invite the PHYSICIANS of the District to call
and examine for themselves. They aro judges to
whose opinion* 1 submit. Send your Orders and
they will be filled to your satisfaction. To the Gift,
sens of my native District who have tried nty, I any
don't give me up, try tnc a little longer, and you'll
not regret it?you'll find I'll stand u long rate, a*
woil as a short ouc; and your faith in mo rimlt n<4
be misplaced. To those who have not yet tried" ts%,
now is your tune tg begin. As before, if you waat
good, pure, family MEDICINES, such aa
Laudanum, Paregoric, Castor Oil, Sweet Oil, Ep
som Suits, Glnphor Salts, ('ream Tartur.Carb. Soda,
Sc., &e., or Dye Stuffs and Paints, ami Brashes,,
Concentrated Lyc, &e., or even, Patent Medicines
of all kinds. Now, just eall nt that Little Store ou
Main-Street, and you will he jure to get what jot*
This Drug Store looks small, but your surprise
will be great when you enter to und how appear
ances deccivo, and what a quantity of good things
aro within this satuo Little Store.
B. M. SllUtKK,
feb v le
BULL & SCOVILL,
Russell-Sf rwt oild Court House Square.
Ilaving niitde arrangements with some of tho
PRINCIPAL IMPORTING und JOBBING
FIRMS of NEW- YORK. BALTIMORE and
CHARLESTON, they arc
Receiving Every Week
on their own account aud ou cousigumeut.
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/' 0 R K 1 O X A XD D ? M E S T1 C
EEADY MADE CLOTHING,
II a T S, C A P S
BOOTS und SHOES, best make.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
AC, &(?, &c.
also A eull AXD
Complete Stock of
constantly nn hand..
I laving twenty-five ? years expvrienerv in
Orangeburg Village, we have carefully studied
the wants of our friends and customer* and
fee) justified im saying, .our STOCK is. bettor
selected and liinnjciniprwc tlia?J cao-bc fwimd.
r.t any other place.
BULL Si SCOVILL..
feb 23 % In-''
DESIRING TO FURNISH THEMSELVES"withv
Everything that is. required in, their, line,,
should not fail to call at
e 55 E K I E l Sc K O II ny S.
WHO HAVi: ON HAND A- COMPLETE. STATIC
of House furnishing GOODS. Imported di?ter fjmm
fch 23 y Tc
,i cst ueceTv ejVby ~
fA PIECES LATEST STYLE SPUING CALICO,
ASSOUTED LONG CLOTTIS; BROWN SHEET
ing and Shirting, Osnamtrgw, Denims, Strips. Bed
Ticking, Drillings, Yarn*, of all Sixes, which, t?s.
get her with the balance of our largo and Tnriadf
STOCK, we offer to sell at the LOWEST figures for
Cash or Countrv Produce.
feb 23 t 1*
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
STANDARD School Hooks.
STATIONARY of all kind always to bo fc?*f?r
EZF.KIEL ft KOn N.
Orders for School Books will receive prompt at
feb 2? y W
rililE CHEATE8T STEEL AND IRON HOES Or\
X direct Importation from the English Manufae-.
lorv, aro to bo found at
E7TKIFL & KOH.VS.,