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There will ha divine service iu the
Presbyter? n church on to morrow bjr
Flat IX.?Iii?'Holiness is enid so h*
Dust-?The wind nod dust ou Thum.
der wer* "on n breer.e.
Fleins Tackle ? Any one wish^g
f.sbisg rants, sre- -respectfully referred
to th**(a*?e) ?deril, . ? ^ ^
-. " ? ?
Court?Tb* Circuit Court tit* on
ehe j$rt| Moedey ist May. it if snid
?hat Solicitor Bults will b* her? himself
ee proaesut* our offendeatvrrn titm Ar.i
Tst *f na n
V , ' ''?' ?-?<"???- -
?TttdgO Carpenter ? We notice in an
eschaage thnt the Judge was quite seri
oaely injured by a fall from his buggy
iu Columbia on Mond.?y oveninjr.
.'el K -'??*?" - ? -
j?Kg Druitt-?Ben. Loyd hal a lot of
drum fish naught ou the coast.
On* of them is ef immense itie and
weighs about eighty pounds.
Haiti to Bent?Mcsers Straus* &
Str**t hare riee for sale of good finality
frtsnt federate prices. Their beating of
rie* ia hard to btat.
Cookinax StOTC?W* aakour read
ara 10 psrusecarefully the advertisements
iu tbia issua of the Farmer Cooking
Stove. The recommendations are of
undoubted veracity and aathnrity.
President Grant?The President
und hie family ha vo gone to St. Louis for
three) w**ks, and.the AWs and Courier
ins that ho won't go to Chariest, ti
just for * dar.
K*H Mutig.?Sam Gaiilisrd who w s
?est*need by Judge Graham to be hung
- y?at?rdsy, had his ?Vntenco romuiuted
hj Governor Mnses to'five years in t he
Defaulting Treasurer-?P. A
KiebelUrger, ex-tre?iurer uf E ljcfield
Was arrested, in Columbia, on W?dn*s
-&m&m\*44M&*rt &**?- T??**uj*r Cardtza.
The charge is that SI 1,000 of last year
?*A?3 a*n>Aj !-.<?* '?eav? I *w -
taxes *re r ot accounted f"r.
m ? .,?*mm ~ -?
'"Dead and Sg AHre.v?Job? Fsi*
?n eld resident Well and favoraldy known
to our pcopH, who haa beeo absent and
?r?a reported diaad, ba* returned to Or
%nt*burg and is to be scan at the popu
lar mtM*A of Mr. C. D- Kortjobn.
The Intendant of Abbeville ha* closed
the bar ronmu that haVe net conformed
In the requiremer?t? of the Tappet law
The bur runtosof Greenville are all
elosed and the town authorities hat? de
eided cot to renew their licenses .
Delinquent Tu* I Jit.?W* pub
1ish*d in our last issue the list of delin
rjurnt lauds. We repeat thin week.
The list is not very lonir certainly. We
would advise those whose name appear
te call on the Judge and settle.
Strawberries and Peas.?Ah! re
freshing "headirg" that but not quite
? "local." Large invoices of these
?arly delicacies har* been shippe d from
Charleston to New York. We will be
happy to announce the ''first fruits" of
Bad leal Democracy?This ia the
bam*) of the new party being formed
. ?meng the Germans of the North.
Thef propose te abolish the
rrffie* ef President and to rent all power
In Congress with an Executive Commit
tee a* bead of the government.
?<? mm ?
A Good Appointment.?M- Wil
liam C. Kites has b-ien appointed Trial
Justice, at Rowe's Pump in this c.-unty.
Mr. Bitee is a young gentleman of
?> ability, and marked courtesy and his
appointment will be hailed with pleasure
Sw^sut^l<i,f*otioB b* the BP>fihhorhood.
Vopue la Oalere,-Madame Dem
?^J^lP>a*Jk>.JNlth<r roUriea ia Qrange
burg yield a graceful submission to the
snaiTwttlft it ft* M,wU " 10 of
UiixXr asjsj taute. Mrs Maule's beautiful
f Spring styles of Millinery is
?laajflK tra f?tt* to |
p a^?*^ '
awrsvn JurnZtm?t^^ ^f?w t* v*?*cn eveea
IMImT^^^^^ ff but
Our tbenks to Dr. A. C. Dukea for a
collectiou of h is fancy candies whioh wo
do not hcaUsxo to pronounce the beat iu
our town. The Dr. has ona of
the beet stocke of candy ever offered in
JMJ aanwkst. Alee ? foil steek of]
Druga and fancy articles.
Sudden Death-?Mr. Lawrknci.
D. Clark, aprom in men t end successful
mtrcbant at Lewisville, in thia county, ]
and a promising and noble young^utan,
died at his residence on yesterday.
Tbe regret of a community and a gen
uine ezpreasiutt stf sympathy for bis
family will be the natural reaulta of this
The Tin (toft.-It bus been suggested
to omit the Tiu Cup from the list of pri
ses at the coming- Tournament. It is
true there was quite a spirited rivalry
for thin prite last year, yet we cannot
see why this amusing and pleating part
of the .programme should be omitted
Certainly it .was most good-humoredly j
presented and received upon tho laat
Laying th? l>08t ?On a very dusty
afternoon of this dusty week, we noticed
a very praiseworthy effort to lay the
dnat by Sprinkling tbe dry stiest in a
certain portion of Russell Street.
The effort was very successful and was
toad- by moans of "Tng Portabi.r
Hand Pr?ll? and PpRinklrr," a very
convenient apparatce for watering gar
dens, for washing windows, sidewalks,
carriages, Ac , or for extinguishing fires.
? Tho pump and sprinkler" if to be had
at Capt liriggmann'a
- ?' I iiiiea taeaeiii
Awning; ?Taking warning at onr
prediction of tue coining boated term,
we notice that Messrs J. W, Patrick A
Co. have erected a nc.' an 1 substantial
awning, Whose shade will he as ?t grat -
fnl to the weary passen^sr It will be,
a strong induce m ent to at<<p and deal
wih theso g?-ntl?tnen.
And uotblr.g will be 1 st thereby
certainly. Per the ta?ty and neat di*
play uf their stock illustrates its fu!n-n
Tbc ?rrangemtnt of the shoo depart
ment' is moat charming and worth a
visit to behold.
The Weekly Herald?The fir*,
number of the weekly edition of the
Columbia Herald was banded to us by
Judge T. C. Audrews, our estimable
(Vunty Treasurer. It is an admirable
paper and the largest weekly in the
State. In ^quantity and quality of its
reading matter it is the paper in South
Carolina. Its style of editorial is vari
ed, fresh, and oh ?ste and elegaut Eng
lish. We- commend the Weekly Her
ald to onr business men as a valuable
advertising medium, and to our people
aa a most readable and interesting news
Tilt and Tourney .? We take pleas
ure in keeping' before our readers the
coming Tournament to be celebrated on
May 1st, and are delighted to eec
the ample and admirable preparations
nlready inaugurated. The posts for the
rings are in position on tbe field sad
thoir construction and arrangement ars
such as to secure sgaiust all aeeidents.
The knights about a score in number
hare enrolled their names on the li?tsj
and sre practicing every fine afternoon.
Every preparation guaranties a perfect
success. We need not of course bid all
the good people to eeme. The beauty
and valor of Orangeburg will be there
"to see and be seen."
Tbe Tournament Rail on the evening
of May day will be the the final aud not
the least beautiful scene of the eeeasiou .
Our thanks are respectfully tendered
for a complimentary invitation.
? ?it? mraqsm < csw??
Eftftter Sports.?Several aaiaunder
standings which bsd been ''brewing"
during the whole continuance pf Lent
were settled in the only wsy they eonld
be on Uat Saturday. The r?.u* belli,
we glean, was the "crowing" of one
party who live between two rivers of the
saree oatno ever parties living at the
fount of jnatice and above, on the line
j of the chemin de /er ; and the question
to be settled in mortal combat was "who
should bo "cock of th? welk." All
differences were to bo keeled and the
'H'tTF -k sVtniiiiiiisaiii i
defeated party were to be knocked into
rr*-X.-.hnte and "fo jn?.'* The feeling
was iotowse; feathers were ruffled ;
"eoinfs wlWcefa'coj Well, th* ?eilig.
oreuts were pitted; th? aealea hung in
suspon*?. The excitement grew. At
length it was yielded that the party that
dwells between the two rivers was victor.
Reckonings were baJ, and stakes were
It was afterward? decided to go book
to the first causs of all .his controversy
snd as a sequel numerous tggt were
broken and the "hash was settled."
Amuscmriita of tb* Week.?The
present week haa been prolifio oi aojuae
uji-nta with ua. On Monday evening
the drouth of entertaintnent was refresh,
ed by the efforts of a lecturer who held
forth at Firemens Hall. Hie tbeioea
were Mesmerism., Spiritualism and
general uewlauglciara. The lecturer
appeared to be "in the spirit" but utter
ly failed to mesmerize or electrify his
auditory. Indeod we learn that his
very unorthodox positions were rendered
untenable by the puugoot queries aud
criticisms of one of his hearers.
On Wednesday and Thursday even
ing tbe "Elliott Hall" wae filled with
a highly entertained audience. "John
By rum's gr->at show" was there The
delusions of legrr de main were very
illusive and amusing. And tho Min
strel Delineation was really excellent
ani moat enjoyable. The burlesque of
the ranting sermon of an inspired ves
sol "was very memorable. All wh<
heard will remember "Laxarsm." Ai
an African delineator John By rum ia
certainly an inimitable artist. Thi
audience were well repaid for theii
"What ia your consolation botween
Ii e and death!" asked a Sunday achool
teacher of a young lady in tbe llible
who blushed and said;
"I'd rather be excused from speak ing
11 AUK KT IC K PO KT S.
Orrtu* or tu? Oramo an run News,
April, I? 187*.
COTTON?Sales during the week
bales. We quote:
Leu Miudliug.14 A ? ,
M1 d d 1 i n c.10 ^ *
Rot-un Rira...$K!5 per oeabel
CoSM.$1.05 per bushel.
Cow Pax a. 1.00 per bush*!.
Pixnans. l.?? per bushol.
ALL .TKRSONS IN ORANGERttttt
COUNTV wtshiug to take part iu a TOURN
AMENT ~nd D\LL to be given at Orange
burg C. II., about 1st May, wilt please
hand in their names to Mr. J. W. PATRICK.
The number of Knights will be limited to
T. A. JEFFORDS,
mar 22 tf
J. FELDER MEYERS,
OPFICR COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
Will give prompt attention to all business
entrusted to him. mar 2t??tf
'?/a iff mein?, Quality it 0/ tht Fwn Impor
E. J 0IJVER08, M. D?
DRUOS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
Ol L8, VARNISH, N0N-EXPL031VE
LAM PS, GARDEN SEEDS, Ac, Ac.,
PRE8CRITIONS prepared with ACCUR
ACT and FIDELITY, foi which purpose a
full and complete assortment of PURE
CHEMICALS and OENUINB DRUGS will be
constantly on hand.
Long experience ? a successful business
career of mere than eight years in Orange
burg, a good knowledge of the DRUG
MARKET at home and abroad, will afford a
sufficient guarantee that all goods seid or
dispensed at my establishment wilt he
OENUINB and RELIABLE.
Appreciating tho snceets which in the
past has attended my efforts, I have de
termined to spare no pains to merit a con
tinence of tho patronage so liberally bestow
fE. J. OLEVEROS M. D.
No. 100 Kussel Street Oraagohurg. '
A SHALL FARM
FOR BALE about three quarters of a
mile from the fourt House eontaining IS
acres with a GOOD DWELLING, KITCHEN,
STABLE and an Bioellent WELL of WA
TER. Also some CHOICE FBUIT TREES
have recently boon so? ont.
The shove is one of the most desirable
and healthy plaeea in tbe State. Far par.
Honiara apply to Z. M. WOLFE,
Or te TH AD. C. ANDREWS.
jan 18 3m
SOTIOB. ALL PERSONS HAVING DB
mands against the Batate af the late
es E. Qaattlebauns will render an aaeonnt
of them duly attested to, aad those iadehted
will make payment to, Messrs 0lover A
Glover, Atloracvs at Law
AMANDA F. QCATTLEBAUM.
Orang?*-urg Februsrv |ST1,
assr 1st 31
'ROUND THE CORNER
IS THE PLACE
am your Table
with ?vor/ LUX
URY of the Season
in the (J ROCK KT LINK. My
Delioeelre ore too numerous e
mention, but whatever you wont in
the RATING LINE just call en
W. T. M?LLER,
And you will get It. Also a largo supply of
of PINE CUTLERY and othtr USEFUL
ARTICLES. Con* and eee the
quantity and quality of ray
Stock. My prices will
npl 5 * times. ly
A FINE 8TOCK OF
HORSES AND MULES
w. ivi, mm & co,'s stables.
AND GET BARGAINS!
J. WALLACE CANNON
a full stock
CIGARS, AND FANCT
BRIAR ROOT P1PE8,
With a complete stock of
CHOICE L1G.UORS frosa
the very ^eet
down te a 9
OF WHICH IS OFFERED LOW FOR CASH.
Civ* ut* a call J. WALLACE CANNON,
Lightfoot'o Ol* Stand.
DR. Ail C. DUKES'
CRANGEBURG, S. C,
riNB toilet aOAPi,
PURE WINES and LIQUORS for UeJieinal
DTCWOODS and DTB-stur"FS geaerolly.
A fnlUiuoof TOB4CCO ?adSRGARS.
Farmen and Physicians from the Ceaatry
will find eur Slack of Mediciaea Ceaaplete,
Warranted -enuiuo and ef the Deal Quality.
Lot of FRESH GARDEN 8RRD8.
jan II ? ef
BY DR. KLINE'S
WONDERFUL CANCER ANTIDOTE,
Which destroy and remove the Caaeer
entire without the risk ef the Kaife or the
Loaa of Blood, end at the same time ever
come the tendenoy to Cancer .ia the ay atom.
We alao treat all forma ef Chronic, Lear,
Standing and Qbsoure Diseases, with ea
peralleled Suceeaa, especially Epilepsy or
Fits, Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Aathsaa,
Scrofula aad Secondary Syphilis.
For fall particulars, Circulars, Ae., eall
ea or addreas
E. H. GREEN, If. D..
Getabere, N. C.
A. H. LINDLBT, M. D.,
Charlotte, R C.
Or J. B. RENT LET, M. D..
jan 11?.".in Sumter, S. C.
SCHOOL BOOKS I
MUSIC * STATIONERY,
ALWAYS ON HAN?
The celebrated PEN LKTTER BOOK for
Copying Lottere?need without a Prose?
every buniaeee man ehould have oae.
Anything in my line net en hand eaa he
ordered in a ?bort time.
Do You Want
IF YOU WANT
WHKRK YOU'LL FIND
Any and Everything.
Mr 2 J
an fntirblt nbw
por domestic U8B.
4>!f!>Y FIVE DOLL4BI.
WJT? TB1 **w
Patent liuttou Hole Worker*
thb most simple and compact ib
tub Most d?rablM and iconomi
cal in usb.
a modil op combined strength
Complete in all its parts, uses the Straight
Eye Pointed Needle, Helf Threading, direot,
upright Positive Motion, Now Tension. Self
Feed and Cloth Guidsr. Operates bj Wheel
and en a Table. Light Running, Smooth
and noiselosa like all good high prieed
machines. Has patent shock (0 prevent the
wheel being turned the wrong wnj. Tinea
the thread direct from the sj sol. Makes
the Elaatie Leek Stitch (finest tnd strongest
atitch known ;) firm, durable, elese and
rapid. Will do all kiads ef work, fin* and
coarse, from Cambric t* heavy Cloth er
Leather, abd uses all descriptions of thrsad.
Th? beat mechanical talent in America
and Europe, ha* been d*vot*d to improving
and simplifying our Machines, **mhining
only that whieh is practicable, and dis
pensing with all complicated surroundings
generally found in other machines
Special terms aad extra.inducements to
male and female agents, store hoopers, A*.,
Who will establish agencies through tk*
country aad keep our new machines on ei
hibition aad sal*. County right* given t?
smart agents fro*. Agont'* complete outfits
furnished without any ealra oharge.
Samples of sewing, descriptive eircelars
containing Urms, testimonials, eagraviegs,
Ac, sent fro*
Address. BROOK! BBWISC. MACHINE
CO.. Ne. 1320 Broadway, Now Tcrk.
fob 8 Ij
Charles H. Green.
The above named announces to these
interested that he i* prepared alway* t*
furnish, DEIK, POULTRY GAME, FISH,
and Meals delivered to any erder.
c. h. green.
Pcb 1st *
A. Jo EVANS,^1
For Oianicbnrg (**ntf.
All bnsia*ss eatrastod to hi* ekargo vttt
be attended t* with preaaptseae.
Oftee at his Mills near Holataa'k BVi4g?,
S- atb Edisto River.
'?pt A Im
ALL WHt TtAXt
A beautiful picture ?Ith whieh te adorn
ibe walls of their parlors, should immedi
ately enclose the subscription for the ?? Ad
vocate,?' ($2.00) aud th*y will receive by
mturr m*il* onr ??FroltChr****," w?t?kj?ii
am filing to every yearly subscriber to onr
paper, pon't r*mlt by mail.
AddcM* VP..KVK ? B?A?t>
CAHBgK, b C.
WE ARE NOW
Stock of Spring and Summer (food*,
Such as WH1T1 OOOD3, PRINTS, NOTION*, AC.
Also a full Line of LADIES, MISSES sni UENTS SBOBS, mUk WLk%&.
COLLARS U<1 CUFPS.
FINE OLD If A VAX A C1G4B?.
In theae "Hard Times to LiTe" we Lara on hand BUJ articles that tftst
/ to the "creature comforts."
Wo Intend to keep always "FULL UP" In tho
And tell them CHEAP for cash. All arc respectfully invited U?n?t4
STOCK and PRICES.
MOSELEY & CROOK.
, OPPOSITE CITIZENS 8AYINGS BASK.
mar 29 f.b ? 1
THEODORE K0HN & BEOTESH,
ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THAT THBT ABB BOW D18PkATIB?
NEW SPRING STYLES
IN DRESS GOODS, IN WHIT* GOOS?,
IN KM BROIDERIES, IN TRIM MINO?.
A Complete and Seasonable Steak of
BATS, RIB7JON8, LACES, VE8TING8, HOSIERY, and CO
Tho beet Assorted Stock of 8MALA
WARES 'and NOTIONS to be feead
anywhere and at the
Wa are enabled to offer GREAT INDUCE
MENTS to Purchasers of DOMES
TIC GOODS, SHOES ea?
RBADTMADE CLOTHING. GENTS FURNISBIB?
ciENTS and BOYS HATS, ('ASSIMatBJSs?
LINENS, and OTHER BOOBS,
for Goats and Boys Wear.
Hcadred Fiesta of
SELECTED AMERICAN FBdSfJI -
Year Choice for IBs} .>*
J. P. COATS SPOOL COTTON 75 o. ft DOUst,
AU we eekef the GENBR0U8 PUBLIC is a call at 'ear
Whore they will find tho BIGGEAT STOCK OF DRY GOODS at the the
BLB RATES ever offered.
THEODORE KOHN 4 BROTHER.
THE UNDEKSIOKXD. 71 AVISO THIS DAT FORMED A COPART
?a an? and Style of
W. PATRICK *& CO.
r?>i-?eifeVj ?all th. attention of tka Public to the tamo.
Wa wenTd reqncst TROnB DBSIROCK ?f PFB
C'il ASIXQ to giT* VI a tall at lac ST AS? ferea
nrly eccupied, tej
IT. G. TINGE,
Natt dcor U t>tt. A. C. DCEP.fi' Drag Stare, and
examine ear WELL SELECTED STOCK f
NEW SPRING GOODS,
Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, 4c.
Ton aavo only to CALL an? SATISFY yeuroolf that wo are READY and
J. W. PATRICK & CO
Inform hie FRISMDS that ho has MOVED into the BUILDING
pU4 si the
Whs he intends to open a FIRST CLASS
JEWELRY ESTABLISHMESt :
And will pay strio> attention to ths
RKHAIRING OF WATCHES, CLOCKS 49 D SStftLlT.
Will always keep oa hand 0L0CK5, WATCH BS, JRWBL1Y, Am fmm>
LERY. PLATED WARE, SILVER WARB, ??4
LANDRETHS GARBEN SERBS.
WOOK oVr FOR THE OLD SIGN Of TRt
. . BIG WATCH.
THE BALANCE OF sft ST<v>B Of
Beany Made Clothing and Ladiee IVoa*
ft?o4v will be offered for tka n?*i BS
dayt at and BELOW pQ5T *?r ?*?
CASif, ' .:?