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TMd <?lood.-?-Thorofrc*hiug rains of
tut? weck have revived the drooping
plttuu aad hearts "f our fanners and
eatuital 'chroro very lining
^L?imta. Business Cttflegrtv^Wt:
lr^e^j^VCd tho Journal of the uLv?)!
jsMMOM-?od tnkn ^Ibtrs?re id" com
uieudtu-f Gifts' flVH class Southern ISchoul
to our people.'
?^?tr?i^licuorts S|gn.-lrt that bY|
M*?^rs Mosely <,\! Cro?k, which by its
position fulls plainly ?(' the whercabeuti
of this escllcnt business heusr which has !
r-vcrythrig and yet nothing?mjt j^ood
Fprjiii^aud Suniincr:?Quods for
the hoasou, of every pos*ibjo variety and
at wonderfully cheap prices, ara t.> be had
at tho welLfiilqd store of Messrs T.
M-a\ ** a. .
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31 ('Nomura - -This tho name of ono
of our old and Btcflnig mcrchnuts. Mr.
McKamara says something of new sud
seasonable gonps, but wlaeu this adver
tisement is rend, the half is not told.
jVropJi>t and Sqnaro.?T. <\ An
'drews, Tfeasu#;cr pf Orangeburg (' unity,
asyn the JL>raU, in the city, ami we
learn, has nettled his o?icial nccount
.with the State Tjensurer fully up to
Two eiligem, were courting the daugh
ter of Themrstucles?one had mouey,
the other .noue,'l)ut was educated nod
worthy. Tljeuiistocloa" prefurrel the
?worthy runn before thurich. In giving
bis f.e.rsoiiM .ho says, *>1 would rather she
?ho?ltraav.o a man t$thuut wctccy Xbait
?uioncy Without a Jpaa."
Dr. Jhikes' Soda Fount.- -This
taourcc of healthful und dcliciens bev
lentgca is ?eil prot'tded over bjr
Sherrod. iloevos, who alte a 1j to
this business, and has a host uf well
\Wi.-h:rs and friends.
The ^Doctor 'has also pome se^ars,
?which oro well woith editorial and
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Tho llnwd ^fr.ileH J?lo\r.? TI*s
Hiern .throughout tcstod und has prtred
:n permitj^cui of a gurJou implement,
Having labor und doing its work wen.
Mr. W. D. Smith, niho. introduced i,t
among our people, left yesterday for
Jlranchville, to whose peoplo we com-"
?xaeud him and hin valuable invention.
W. A. Merouey t? the agent for its sale
-.;- ??u~.* U-,. -
J. Vf. Patrick ^>*3o.?This hou.se
;3ese^3s^li'' ffftfttfnaaa of our pevjde.
.Courtesy, attention to!businesa and en
?AffeB e?es)? tnns^es
?terprjso nre itij characteristics. If out
desirfes a ihnvongh and rumpled: under
atanWnjg let one Otfil .pud .look i t tho
fhoedepatrmrut. Shoes for ll>c +/aby to
takq J^ia^rfit^jtep in .life with ; shoes for 1
ithc bcllo n,t the bali ; /or the business
:tuan j.fbst aunAisr**shoes of every kind,
.neatr-strong and cheap
Chang*.?Mr. B N. Douuis, the
young atid admirable operator at tlu
Western UntuTi office loft last evening
.for Durharu'i ^^^pp^jjrih Cprolina.
.where he has bceu ass.igneil for d.uty..
?Mr. JDenois has naadc mnpy warm'
,frionds among in, by his uniform cour
tesy to all,and baa es tab Iis lied a reputa
tion for atteotic.tt to >)\\t duties, which
will indues msoy expressions of rcgrot at
his removal. Wc predict fo,r him a
eiicc in his rotation and wish
* ** < >??'?? ,
bin much snccess.
The School Aproi tioi>4oient.-Tiie.
.statement of Hon. J. K. Jilleon, State
Superintendent of Fducation showa that
the apportionment for Orungeburg
.Counjy of (ho 81100,000 appropriation
/or tifjl support of schupU for fiscal year!
teading Octobqr 81, 1878, is $;;,2!fl.G0.'
#On this subject iho Columbia Herald
.ssys: *?But it is w.cil ^o at * to t hut this
.smqujBt cbas not been co^^ted, and a
^considerable portion of jt,never can be'
4owiug,to delinquencies, returns of nulla
fbona on (fixccution, npd other .causes,
,always ope.ra^jpg .to a greater or less
^extent in ehe'cplleotiob of .taxes. Tho
State treasurer, therefore, cannot be ex
pected to pay any more to the school
fund than a just proportion of what has
fcbecu received by him." #
Tho Knightly Fi^d
Oil AIV C* Kill HC.VS SIX OM>
TO i; 11N A $i KJIT.'
lusnifioii* 'Opening, Brilliant
While Churl estop hps btpu enjoying,
herself at the Ic|?i|tr.eul'c*t of her Gcr
iiiuu cititent, nut) at tho Floral Jt'uir, J
Orungoburg top has hail a gala occasiofl,
whu-h if of a difjeiont charaotcr, Was an
much enjoyed us was poisiblr.
May day, civiliz itiou over, is an occa
sioti fpf uipjrry-aittking and onj yi:;< til.
The beauteous season bids to festivity.
And could May Up butjer hotiojea thau
by the Modip) Mimic, of tjjc iCingh'tiy
Tournament '! While the Age of Chiv
alry nut} knightly prowes* has been
tolled into the night of the pa*t,*yct the
?outiuflP of galluntry and wanly mm
latioti for ski)1. courage and grace, hnve
been Blfted out of tho darji period ol
Medieval Chivalry, by l he alembic Ol
progressive criticism, and survive :rs
oinhvllishincufs of wore practical anuj
How beauteous then tUfi Miiuic
Tournament, which omits all tho darker
features of tho reality, yet preserves
and encourages its noble aud rodcQmjiig
traits. J ,,?
Oycr the ?outH the Modern Tourna
incut has becu honored and illustrated by
t|io participation of hqr 'jbrarc niou" and
has ever |)o.e/i lookup and smiled upon
I?y lior "lair women."
Ijiigi May, Orangeburg held her fir-t
Tournniueut and history siys that it wan
a perfect succors.
The idea ,wasloo ^ii?)}iijt|y inadgur i?
ted to be -'Wiflingly let die." S<> that
previous to last Thursday for several
weeks, tIsc same courteous gcutlcuisn, so
complete a persont&c&tiou of the courts
ous Knight, .has bceu organizing his
material and supervising its preparation.
For weckfe past the ,dutt has becu rais'otj
o? the held by the Btccdi of the prac
titiug kuiyhefl. All arruugeiucuts were
'perfected. Tlie prizes had been procured
an 1 ou May ovo could Lc sccu displayed
tu all their incentive beauty.
g?o> MfNIB 1 Kl'/.fcS *y
ycrc s? follow;!;
T.hc Grit prizs,:^ silver tumbler , was
handsomely donutcrl for the occasion by
fivo busiuuss ho uses of Charleston, viz:
Messrs. SteGcus, Worncr i5c J)ucLcr,
Clemens Cluoiud, Muutnue ft Co., A. M.
Williams it Co , aud Jeffords ft Co.
The second prize was a handsomely
.chased pilcher, of largo size and beauti
Tho 4 third prize was a beautiful cup,
donated by Messrs. Wagner, Mpusoo?: &
Co., very chaste and uubjue.
The lourtL prize was a hapdsumo set
of tknivcs aud iorke.
The tilth prife, was u ycry pooi gob
The sixth prize to-bo awarded to the
knight who made t,bo best time, was a'
very b.autiful bridle-.
Tho prizes wore all voyy desirabfe a^d
were admired by large numbers of ortr
citizep? .gyring the day bclore the
was not tho most favorable in the oalcn
der, nor did May open all her roseate
hue* on her natrrl morn* But the clouds
enabled tho warriors as those of Ther
mophyhc to light in tho shado.
A,t about eleven o'olook tho sounds of
martial musio uwoko to lively iutcrcet
whatever was flagging in the miods of]
The fair and the true mid solid
pcoplo wero arriving, by crory avenue
of approach into the town, lluggics,
ourruigcs, wagons, fre;gl^terf with people
in holidiy uttirc, passed und reisend
on our streets. Sopn tjio procession of
Knights, hedight hi chiwtjrjs cot.tii(|iv<v>
preceded by tho bnujl, and Jieraldetf by
its inspiriting notes made its appearance
and passed through Russell Street aud
which had previously Ijeon admirably
arranged for tho occasion, aud had
extensive accommodations for spectators.
Previous to the arrival of the kuightly
tiaiu/cvcry available portiou of spjee
around \Jmoi euclu^rs?^fiaa iciill by
the digni^Mfej||h>e^^y '?flr ?Bp*11'
the pujuanie maidcnstTnd the promising
children of the surroundiug country,
THE ORDER, OK EXKURSES.
The procession' 6f Tfnfjjhts entered
the space and attracted universal admi
ration, tlie t t}isty und court!
?ostnines of ihcje .hp rfpr?B??t?iive:
the yocmaioy and, w\\d manly youthful
pride of ouj country
Alter an experimental dash over the
course by each uight, the regular oxcr
&se wero at oncu engaged in.
TUE LIST OF KXHIIITS AX I) MJMHK.lt OK
Orovji?J. A. KdJ^ards- |st rule, 2
rings 2d rifle 1 ring, 3d i'ide 1 ring.
Total, 1 fing*.
ISt'.l?S. Wolfe?1st fide 2 rings,
2d ride 2 riu ,s, 3d ride l\ riugs. Tot a |, 7
^ jltatr-K. f, yulley-m rid, w
pi|)g8r 2.d rjde ! rjug, 'M rids 3 rings.
Total, 4 rihgs
Star ami Garter?11. vj. ('rum?1st
ride 1 ring, 2tl rid^ 1 rirtg- Ud :rule 2
rings, Total * ripgs. I ? *
Perseverance?J. H. O. Iletiorsoi)?
1st I'ide 0 rjujs, 2d ride 2 rings, .*!d ride
1 ring. Total, 3 rings.
Jllucu r*ni';/^f ? -\. M. Sriilcy? 1st
r]<\tt 1 rj|g, 2d vide i ring, .id ride 1
ring. Total, 3 riugs.
fjilisto?'J. (}. A'ose?1st ride 2rings,
2d ride 1 ring, 3d rido 2 rings. Tutul,
J rjngf. mmm
>l IMerlaii?9. A Fuocliess?1st ride 3
r::;};?. ^d wu?5 * ?iug?, ou ride r ring.
Total, G rings.
Roice's Pump?W. L. De Hay?Is I
ride 1 ring, 2d ride 2 rings. 3d ride 2
rings. Total, .r> rings.
Charleston?J. S. Albergotti ? 1st ride
2 Hugs, 2d ride 1 ring, 3d ride " rir;g?.
Total, 3 rinjjs.
//ity Branch?.T. F. Oliver?1st *ido
0 fings, 2d ride 2 rings, 3d ride 1 rings.
Total, 1 rings.
R.tl Rose?'Ft. S. Griffin, rlst ride 1
ring, 2d ri.lo 0 ling. 3d ride 0 ring.
Total, 1 ring. *- ^ennn f%
The result as announced by the
was that ;
The Knight of I'SCT, I. ?. VVulfe,
had won the 1st, f'rizu. The Kuight o!'
Udertou, $ A- Funchess, the
Second J'r.ise, :i:.d lhajt there Was a tie
for the* llrrd prise, between J.he
Kuigbt uf ?disto and the Ku^ght of
Itowo'-t Puiur>, y.id uh.tt these was u tit*
between the'Ku'ghts ol Orange, Eutaw,
Stur and Gaiter, and Lon?j Uranch ful
fils fourth I'ti/e.
Til E FINAL RESULT
was that the following named K night.?
had won the prizes as follows :
I 1st Prize?The Knight of 1801-^-L
2dJPrixc?Tho JfCoighj, of lildartou ?
J. A- Funchess.
3d Prize -Yj.o Kuight.ff Pdi.^.o?J.
4th Pris?TJio Knight of Powc's
Punip-r^. Li Dollar.
5tl? Prize?The Knight 9f the Star
and.Garter?R. S. Crupt.
Gth J'rize (ror time)? T*hc Knight of
Orahsse?2. A. ?dVmrds.
7th Prize (extra for single dash)?To
t\_ ;'Mfc Knight.
A SUOWXR ,OF BAJJN
intervened before the last portion of (he
programme had been completed, which
ulthough causing a stninpedo among the
rfe/cncefcits, did not daunt the doughty
Kuights in finishing the performances
ol the day. The riding was completed
ar.d now came the presentation of the
prizes to the victors in tho spirited oou
The Frst prizo was presented by
Capt. M. Glover in an appropriate and
poutio address ; the scoond was prcson
ted by Copt. Jas. F. Idar in most
urbano and liberal stylo ; the third by
Mr. James S. Hey ward ; the fourth by
O. It. Jamison Esq., in a pleasant man
lier ; the fifth by Capt. J. A. Hamilton
in' au admirable address ;^hc sixth nod
seventh by Mr. James H. Fowlcs.
Afterwards in response to three hcar.ty
oheers from the Knights, Mujfvojirr I.
Browning responded to the courtesy so
distinctly displayed tp tho jS'uus, by a
THE QttEEN UF MAJT.
The honor of receiving the tinsel
Crown was bestowed upoa Miss Stokes
(near Rowe's Pump) aod the first Maid
of Honor was Mis>s Parlor. .
'I Ii us tho knightly pid'orm
>jd. All enjoyed itnud the vast ooa
coarse of beanty and intclligonco pro
juounoed a unanimous yerdic^ of applause.
TIIK ROWK'8 I'U.M' UNItiHTS
I It would bo unfair to close tWW
uccouut without makii^ special mention
of tho ku'l'ghta ' who came from
Howe's l'ump aud v cinity. Five in nttm
ber these gall int k uighue.irricd olifotir
prizes, And one of thetu Mr, Lt. S.
Wolfe the yotyiigest knight >/ho rode
upon the occasion carried off the first
liniio.s o f the day. Wellvone! Well
fjoue ! Let honor be given to whom it
P -w *??? > ?? ?? " ?
In this connection wo cannot forbear
locution of an incident of the occasion.
The knight of ?derton who took the
second prize, u handsome pitcher,
presented the same to the heir apparent
of till the personalty A the editor of tHV
News, as a token of his personal regard
and that ol' the Howe's l'ump Kuights.
These' gallant' ' Knights won tho
admiration of all present, and have
clear|y evinced by their manly bearing
ant|skjil that they are 'Tocmco worthyof
the stool" of some who are, perhaps,
aurpiiscu at fheir prowess aud success
Tho Tournamont was a complctu
Success and the gallant knights and
ehctr courtly ami courteous Herald,
have much to be proud of aud to cou
gratnlate thcui.-cl ves upon in the success
o,f th^s our Second Tournament.
i|i the evening was brilliantly attended
desnites the i: II nn iTi'r'nf i'ui'h 'niOlCV of the
Weuther. The swift hours wero cliuaod
with rtying foot until tho lamp*; that
shone upon beautj aud valor vjqre pa#e$J
by the gray (jlayru
\ JtCulcrjH'ijeC and Impryverilmt.
Who can look arouud at our busy aru
pretty town and fail to note marks of
oncigetic life iu and arouud it.
D.ur.ing the post acajou a score of new
coiners, all busiucs:;, thorough goiog
people, have settled yniong us, auti have
pfocce?Ov .it once to their work.
In the suburb.-, the shingle factory is
UU established success. The tight ol
the thousands of cypress blocks will
convince all of the firm louiidilion of
the enterprise: and the rapidity aud
constancy with which these blocks ;.rc
cuuverted iuto shingles, shows xhtt Al
dl'icli Si, (.Jo. Hierin to go uftrtttf.
And speaking of foundations, there
is the brick yard of Col. Edwards in
operation and turning out a valuable
and admirable article.
Besides there is a turpentine distille
ry in, successful operation.
In town, old place.! are being made
new, and vacant lots are being purchased
and built up. Messrs..!. Felder Meyers
uu<l CL \V. Baxter are having two peat
? nd tasty residences erected on Brough
ton Street, which when finished will
make that locality "look up," cotisidcra
Young and active lile k everywhere.
' Civilised cannibalism ? Eating your
bread wlthn little Indian in it.
Tbc great centre of happiness is soino
tl^iiig to (tobe for nnq something to lovu.
Who was Uiehard the Third before
he was "himself again V
The best band to accompany a lady
If you aro out in a driving storm,
don't attempt t > hold the rains.
When is a young larjy "Very like n
whale V?Whuu she's pouting.
What is lovoly woman's favorite lino
iu the diotiouary ? The last word.
A thief running av.ay is a scamp, but
the policeman s chase alt^- him is a
Queen Elizabeth always displayed her
woiai temper iu her ciothes. She was
dreadfully ruffled then.
I1ST OF LETTERS lie mil In
^ ing in the Orangeburg Post OHice for
Hie wrcj; cjiding April 23d, lsT^'..
c SlariMi Copes, Klcmuol Corbit.
??L? A Fairy.
fl?Tork Qo'lly, ('al*t Qlover.
IJ?Miss ttccen Harbor.
J'?II II Jennings, 2.
JI?Riohard Morrell, Mrs. Sallis Miller,
8?Davit) Surgeon, Daniel 8nio ik, J T
T?.V W Tlivmes.
W?Anram Wunnamaker, John g Wanna?
j-U?aker, Cyrus Wati?s.
F. DEM ARS.
OrrxcK ?? THB vHASoaucae News,
Mar, 2d Mil.
COTTON?Sa les duriuj tke wsek ?iv
bales. TT< quete :
Ordinary..*..11 *J 1 \
Lew \tiddling.It*,. <^
ItoroM Ru b.$1.15 per dmUel
Coax......:$1 .o;, Ufr btialiel.
I'ow Fbas. 1.00 per bushel.
T j rasas. 1 OO per bushel.
tsj?acar;.^s*tr?.'j_j l i i ? i u ...
J. W, PATRICE # CO.
T. Gj V 1 .N"CK.
V e?pecl fully call tlic nttcbtion of the Public t?? their NEW ADDITION of, SPRANG
OOODS ju.-t received and for sale at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICKS. Um .:?.!..,...,. s
in pari of
LBN OS, JAPANESE. GRENADINES, OIL COL'l PERCALES POLKA D<>*rs, LAWNS,
CROCHET NAINSOOKS. PLAIN AND CHECK CAM Ii Kit'
WHITE AND COLORED ORGANDIES. ;
NOTIONS!, PAUASOT.S, &G.
LATEST ST?LlJu? SPUING CLOTHIN.G AND GENTjS FJKNISUJNG
We have braucht le tJiia Mara*) t|ic CJELERRATKD ?TAU SIJI? T
which w* guarauuo to PIT and WEAR beWr dun any oilier kiud. Measures takm and
ina; )<? in order.
paving for a long time aeon the necessity of introducing a FIRST CLASS HOOT
und SHOT, in this Markot, will make tlii.- Departuictit a 8 I^Lt' IA I.TV. where can bo
found any kind of Boota and Shoes desired, from the nicest Philadelphia hand made t?i
th?? more common grades. Cull and inspect our slock before yon purchuso an 1 see it' wc
can please rt u!
J. W. PATRICK & CO
aprt 20 62
" WE M. SAIN & Ca,'""
To do all kind of haulling
The SHORTEST Notice
1)0 You Want |
.. iif you JVANT
WIIKUK YOU'LL FIND
Any and Everything:.
nov 2 4 if
DU. A. C. MIKES'
CRANG EBURG, S. C,
FINE TOILET SOAl 8,
15 H USll'ES
A N I)
PURE w wr.S and LIQUORS for Medicinal
DYE-WOOpS and DYE-STUFFS generally.
A full lined TOBACCO and 8EOARS.
Farmen and Physicians Crom the ?Nmntry
will find our Stock of Medicines Complete,
Warranted Genuine nn'i of the Best Quality.
Lot oi FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
Ian 11 c tf
GREAT SALE OF DliY WOODSI
EXTKA INDUCEMENTS t
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER
Are offering nl a SMALL ADVANCE upon cost, (be LI KG EST and moot SELECT
Stock of ''
of F.VRKT QUALITY and STjfjdi ever exhibited in Orungeburg.
Printed FRENCH PK RCALEI and CA MltlllC?. 1 ;,; "
The Lai ?fr Novcltios in 'PIQUE*, MWSLINS,, LAW;*, fflllTJf ^OOp,* ??d XUf*!f
Marked dux n to the Ldwosi Prices. *
Wo direct ESPECIAL ATTKNT|OX to o*T attractive Stock of
LADIES DRESS SUITS,
r . ' T ?
The most Fashionable Stylos <-f 8ENTS and YO LH'UNCLOTHING.
HA IS! II? TS! II ATS I HATS ! Vor over/body and at PRICES to mit nil.
PARASOLS of every conceivable Style 1
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS in Housekeeping Goods.
TOILET QUILTS, DED SPREADS, tine .MAKS VILLES QUILTS, TOWELS, DOYLUM,
ic. Ac. " ? ' ?'' ' ~?
You can rely upon finding the most complete assortment of Ruffling, Corsets, Giema,
Hoseiry, Laces. Embrpidorica, Trimmings, Skirts and N ations generally at our Store and aft
ren LQW PRICES. "
Luthes about to make .Spring und Summer purchas.es arc rcspcctfjly invited to call a*4
examiiio our immcuse assortment. We w ill affbrtl etery opportunity for a careful InapoeA
lion of our g<>o h without being importuned to buy. ' ?' ' ? \ "" ' ? i ? ,? c
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER
ojd 22 #
BOUND THE CORNER
IS THE PLACE
jvil h every LUX
U II V Of t he Sensen
in the GROCERY LINK. My
Delicacies are too uiuneroua o
mention, "but whatever you wnnt in
the EATING LINE just cull on
W. T. M?LLEB,
And von will gel it. Also a large supply of
of FINK CUTLERY and other USKrUL'
A'R>1 It'LKS". Come and *oo tho .'
quallttty ajjd quality of my ?
Stock. My pi ices w?i '
' SL'iT the " ?
apl 6 , ' pines. *
# a full stock
CIGARS, AND FANCY
RRIAR ROOT PfPBS,
Wiili a complete stuck of
CHOICE LIQUORS from
the very x.,i->l
dowu t>* a ,
OF WH1CU IS OFFERED LOW FOR CA3U.
.(live tue a call J. WALLACE CANJIOl*,
jan IS Ligli.tfoet's Old SUb-|.
WE ARE $Qlf
Stock of Spring and Summer CrQpsIfy
Such as WHITE GOODS, PRINTS, NOTIONS, &C.
AIho n full Line of LADIES, MISSES and GENTS SHOES, with HATS, tflM.
COLLARS und CUFFS, .' " \v>
FINE OLD HAVANA CIGARS.
In Ihesa "Hard Times to Live" we have on hand many articles Uiat will oontrrnnts grant?
y t at lie "creature edtnTorts." ? ,k*
We lot cod to keep always "FULL UP" in the
And fell them CHEAP for cuhh. All arc respectfully invited to call and
S'JOfK and PRICES.
MOSELEY & CROOK,
OPPOSITE CITIZENS SAVINGS RANK.
mar 2'J feb H 1
l uPoyjH ;his VR1EM PS that he has MO V KD iuto tho BUILDING ,latejj oee?.
prod as the ' V ?
WJic he inlt uds to open a FilLST GLASS
JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT 2
Aud will pay strict af'.cntien to tho
REH AIRING OF WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
Will always keep on hand CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, fine COT.
LEliY. PLATED WARE, SILVER WARE, and . r "i ..
LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS.
L.OOK OUT FOR THE OLD SIGN OF THE
mar 8 tl <*>