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?TUKDAY,"M?V 17~ 1873
SpfnTjOfnl (&wreh4-~Tbare irill be
?wtyitjiyfc)' fail Choreh on tomorrow
May, 13thr?aU ou the Third SunJay in
each month regularly hereafter.
' ' a rim namanwai
TVrTn TftXtfl?Rund Um act ice of
Towu Council aud hoed itf hints.
. Stokes realise* now that life ia of |
more value than when he sought and
The S?rvlr?ra A\soc otion. ill
meet at the Engine Hall ou the 221 nit
a* ^lytefock, eaeaubera ere re luested to
determined at its meeting on Saturday
hut to have a Pie-Nie at the August
meeting *f the Ae?ooutioa. Members
will bring baskets and friends. The
occasion will doubtless be delightful.
The Proof of the Pudding.-Wc
new positively naaert that W. A. Moron
ej'a garden is equal to if uot ahead of
alt others in this county.
A mess of all kinds of vegetables
kindly sent round dissipated all doubts.
ItesigUOd.?Her. A. F. Dicksonaiys
on Journal has resigned tho
jp$3toral eharge of the First Presbyterian
Church, in this city, over which he Ins
presided Ihr ahout a year past. Tb<
resignation has been accepted.
"Aide toi et I? del t'nident."?
Onr popular young townsman at d
grocery aterehant C D. K?> J din geos
? tor** Captain Jack.
Hb motto weans?well it means
The OMUatStjom B?!a???W?This
paper whten was at 6ml an evening
J?<urual is now a meruiirg paper and has
been adopted by the City Council as an
official City Or^an. .This looks like a
business foothold for onr young cotcin
ytorary which wo hope, k will nututaiii.
A ?od.? drantain exploded in Wihninjz
ton tfee wthrer day, badly demolishing
the ccintrg and paste*'mg and tearing
Hip the floor <ef tfec rowan ia which it was
?ituated, and injuring two men. it ia
auppfs-d the aecidcut was caused by the
tnachiue befolg ?fcMjged beyond ita
H?"?We have received a letter
IVom this "immortal." We confess to be
Vnable to read it- Lucky for our road
era, th>5, as we are ?nable to pwblish
We hare cor/coived a greater admin
tion for President Grant since hear
ing that be read the ?celebrated letter,
written to him by this man.
. ... -t? f? . j . , . .
til A.awa*MS?oaae?y-or. H*
of them, of tare and ?*<|ul ait* material
and finish ean be had at K. Kevkiel be
low thia office. The time comes to all
when thej need these artificial aids to
vision, to discern the beauties and nec
essities of life, Mr. Ktekie! has srec
?taelea of the most improved adaptation
and at the cheapest rates. Head his
Thompson pursues the even tenor of
bis way as a citizen and business man,
without Ist er hindianes sod bats earned
fer himself flowers of good wrl' and peace
.ae beautiful as those In his large and
well kept garden. .Some of the latter
were sent to refresh ? the ?affic* af the
"NpFf" this week. Onr ihai&s.
?Throw t%s*to to the Dogs,"?
This quotation firom Shakspears will ho
%one of the first ?tetamatioua of the
inlets in the MSllorJu?. t'otii then
saint and ?inner have to sing "Take thia
?pill?take thin f>il?take this pil?&c.,
Taking things as we (find them, drugs,
are accessaries. "So it has been held
.over and over," as the -lawyers say,
Or. A. C bnfcc* has c full stock of
?frags, medioinesaVc, and as if to rcJiovo
his ?vdlrtrtii>n of uaadiciaesW uaustmnm,
the has tempting looking Gaudy, ho has a
great variety of perfumery, tuilot artides,
*oaee, brashes Ac., and bo has a flodu
?Waaer fnaatalo whoso limpid, coot and
owjital stream is tt?ost ?hilaratlag and
4v|lghtfoi and ho haw at aa assistant,
JMsstcr ?Reeves, ?tost .pheorfnl pleasant
MetamorphosiS.--The So? pFactory
which L*s stood in its hugeness sinoe
the war Is rapidly under-going demoli
tion. We Understand that a beautiful
residence is to be erected upon its aits.
The pleaaantest association connected
with the Soap Factory has been the
Fairs of the Agricultural Society which
hare beta held io its spacious Walls*
We hope that tho society will "take
time by the forelock" and go to work
and the erection of the Building* and
the arraogemeut of 'he Grounds fur the
next Annual Fair.
A ?terioiiH tintl Nnrdrrotu
A CASK THAT DEMANDS Art IJCVE8TI.
Oa Wednesday night about 10:30
o'clock, Mr. W. K. Crook, oi tho firm of
Moseley & Crook, was returning to his
apartment in rear of the store, and as
he ooared tho Fireruco's Hull, he heard
some one call to him. Mr. Crook con
tinued to advance, and when in the
narrow defile between the Firemen's
Building and his jtore, he discerned a
figure in the darkness and rain. Tho
next instant a flash blazod in his face,
and his hat was lifted from his head.
The unknown ruffian instantly fled.
Mr Crook recovered his hit, sod on
going to a light, found that it was
p i foratcd by a ball. He was fired at,
evidently with a full intention, aud
d ubtlcss with complete conviction on
the part of his assailant that he should
be and had been killed The case is
one of most serious concern to every
No chic, except the vaguest surmise,
exist-* as to who the would be murderer
is. Every one should at on e pat him
self on the ant vivt to ferret out this
waiter. The effect will be mot* un
wholesome if the affair is allowed to pass
out of naiad anrrnrtved. la it indeed
unsafe to be out on tho streets at night?
Whom hare we araongt us d.aug these
died* of darkness?
Let every citizen be s detective until
i it is "known.
Ctrart of Common PI ess.?Hie
Honor Judge Graham called the Court
of Common Ple-is oa Moaduy afternoon
Mr. Ii T Itlar ass examined and ad*
mittcd to the practice of law.
'i iie following cases were disposed of
88 fbllvWS *.
Whotstoue, vs Melts, continued.
Quattlebaum vs Quattlcbaum, referred.
Sistrunk vs Sistrunk, referred.
fJurvin vs Pille, oomp'niat.dtsnilssed
Zcigler vs Fredctfck, struck off.
Syphrett va Fundcrburg, settled
Snioak vs Williams and Andrews, set
DeTrevilfe vs Rich, settled.
Andrews Judge of Probate vs Felder^
Smith vs Fanalu, settled.
Smoak vs Tread well, settled.
Beach et ?I vs Faoin, settled.
Hughes vs Aatlcy, continued.
Jefcont vs Biggs, Sheriff, continued.
DeTrovtlle vi Austin, settled.
Chsmpy vs Chaiupy, divorce granted.
Smith vs Avioger, slander, verdict
Way vs Wsy. verdict for plaintiff.
Koowlton vs Rich, verdict fur plain
Houser ve Kcitt, verdict for defen
McGrew vb Hampton, continued.
Louis va Ant ley, verdict for plain
Greene va Andrews A Sain, verdict
Trexevaot ve Orangeburg County,
verdict fer defendants.
There is a man about thirty-five years
old bow living within fifty miles of Con
way, N. H., who was born an invalid,
nnd could neither walk nor talk until
nearly ten years of age, uul appeared
idiotic. When some tea years of age,
ho began to walk on his toes, which he
has ever ainee done. Losing his baluooe
one day he fall, striking his head on
tho floor, and cried out, "Bump!" This
was the first and eiahy word he was known
to speak until nearly twelve years ef
one, when be fell a second tine, repeat
ed the first word after which he talked
freely. The eeoet remark able part of
his hi stur? is test as soon as he began to
talk he could read nearly as woll as
other children ef his age. When about
eighteen years old, bis father fitted up a
small room fur him, potting in
Worth of notion*. IIa is now iu comp?
ny with a brother in trade baring goodi
estimated worth at least $5600, and is
doing nearly all the work in the store,
ras ? s?.
Seren thousand Tnnkeo clocks were
recently shipped to Japan, and now
erery damio in the country than can
raise the stamps wears ono of these neat
and reliable, tut not gaudy, time pieces,
strapped on his breast, and when the
clock strikes he drans a large crowd
an,mid Ii im than a monkey at a circus.
M ARK KT REPORTS.
Orriux or tue QsANur.Buaa Nkws.
May. loth 13T3.
COTTON?Sale* during the week 50
bales. We quote t
Lew Middling.10 @
horou Ricx.$1.15 per ouahel
Corn,..,.$1.00 per bushel.
Cow PbaSm,.,. 1.00 per bushel.
Finokbs. 1.10 per bushel.
_!_'_!_ _ ,_j_? ?
'In Medicine*, Quality it of the Firtt Iinpor
E. J. OLIVEROS, M. -D.,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISH, NON-EXl'LOrtlVE
LAM PS, GARDEN SEEDS, &o., ko?
PRESCRlTIONS prepared with ACCUR
ACV and FIDELITY, tot which purpose a
full and complete assortment of PURE
CHEMICALS and GENUINE DRUGS will be
constantly on hand.
Long axperleuoe?a successful business
iroor of mere than eight years in Orange?
burg, a good knowledge of the DRUG
MARKET at home and abroad, will atTord a
sufficient guarantee that all goods sold or
dispenaed at my establishment will be
GENUINE and RELIABLE.
Apprccia/iag the success which in the
past has attended my efforts, I hare de
tcrmiucd to spare no pains to merit a con
finance of the patronage so liberally bestow
E. J. OLEYEROS M. D.
No 100 Rus >>el Street Orangeburg.
Notice of Dismissal.
N'OTICE IS HERERY GIVEN THAT one
Month f om date I will file my final
account with the Honorable Aug. H. Knowl
ton, Judge of Prehute fer Ornngoburg
I County, as Onnrdioa c#f Joseph M. and
Daniel J. tiriflin. and ask for Letters of Dis
euieaaL JOHN F. GRIFFIN,
April leth, 1870. Guardian,
apt 10 )m
I)R. A. C. DUKES'
CRANGKRURG, S. (X,
FINE TOILET SOAPS,
PURE WINES and LIQUORS for Medicinal
DYE-WOODS and DYE-STUFFS generully.
A full line of TOB VCCO and SEGA RS.
Formers ami Physicians from the Country
will find our Stock of Medicines Complete,
Warranted-Genuine and of the Host Quality.
Lot of FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
jau 11 o tf
A Valntiblc InrcnUon^)5
AN FNTIRELY NEW
FOR DOMESTIC USE.
OXLY I-'IVI-: DOLLARS.
with ras skw
Pttieiil Button Hole Worker.
THE MOST SIMPLE AND COMPACT IN
THE MOST DURABLE AND ECONOMI
CAL IN USE.
A MODEL OF COMBINED STRENGTH
Complete in all its parts, uses the Straight
Eye Pointed Needle, Soli Threading, direct,
upright Positive Motion, New Tension. Self
Feed and Cloth Guider. Operates by Wheel
and on a Table. Light Running, Smooth
and noiseless like all good high priced
ntaobines. Has patent check ro prevent the
wheel being turucd the wrong way: Uses
the thread direct from the spoid. Makes
the Elastio Lech Stitch (finest andslrongeet
stitch known ; I firm, durable, close and
rapid. WjH do all kinds of work, fine and
coarse, from Cambric te heavy Cloth or
Lev her, aid uses all descriptions of thread.
The best mechanical talent in America
nnd Europe, has been devoted to improving
and simplifying our Machines, comldaipg
only that which is practicable, and dis
pensing with all compiisated surroundings
generally found in other machines.
Special terms and extra inducements to
male and female sgents, stars keepers, etc.,
who ?will establish ageneiea through the
country and keep our new machines os ex
bsbiUoo and sale. Count/ rights given to
smart agents free. Agent's complete oat Its
furnished without say extra charge.
Samples of sewing, descriptive circulars
containing terms, testimonials, engravings,
ate., sent free
Address, BROOKS SEWING MACHINE
CO., No. 182? Broadway, New York.
Ab h Jy
Ercrbody in this Town nud County know of the GOOD THINGS in the Grocery
nod Provision Line to be found at C. P. KOHTJOHN'S Popular Store.
If not the announcement will be of more importance to House
keeper* and Farmers than the news of
Death. Quality Genuine, Stock Complete and Fr<-sh, Prices CHRAP and
And general Hatisfuotion guaranteed
My LIQUORS and WINKS are
To please the taste of every olaaa of Customers, from men like tho famous and
To the humblest Householder of the land
Flours, Suirnrs, Teas, Coffee, Baron,
Lard, Sugars, Tobacco, Fine CognncJHraudy and Pure Whiskey fur Medicinal
purnurius. All to he had for the asking at
C. D. KOHTJOHN'S
At FUNDERRURK'S OLD STAND,
may 17 * 00
Messrs. LAZARUS & MORRIS,
OPTICIANS & QGyUSTS,
Have, with a view to meet the increasing demand tor their
DEALKB IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARD, AC
?>IGN OF THE DIG WATCH. Orangeburg, S. C.
As their Sole Agcut for this Plaee.
These SPECTACLES are UNEQUALLED by any for tbeir STRENGTHENING quail
tie*, producing a CLEAR and DISTINCT VISION*. M ia tbe Natural Healthy SIGHT.
They are tbe only Spectacles tltat PRESERVE ?? well n? ASSIST tb? SIGHT' An-l arc
the Cheapest becnuee the Beat, alwayalaating Maty V ??;ir> wttbtut cliavugc being n*?c?Hn\r\/.
CAUTION.?J5. E^RKIFX, Sign of RIG WATCH, Orangeburg. S. C, Agent
for Oriingeburg. S. C. Jaje"* V?e employ no Peddlers,
may 17 00
Now is the time to get BARGAINS.
All persons who
taken, will please
come forward at
once, as I will
close my business
at this place by
the 15th May.
C. D. BLUME,
mar 22 aj' 20 if
IN TI1K COURT OF PROBATE.
vYhkuba*, George Bolivtr, Clerk "of the
Court? of General Sessions and Common
Pleas of said County, bath made suit to me
to grant him Letters of Administration of
the Estate and JBnYots of Sarah Hinnakor
lata of aaid County, decease*!.
Taeae are therefore to to tite and ndtnoni
iek all ar.d singular the kindred and Credit
tora of the said Sarah Binaakor, deceased,
thai they be and appear bet?re me,iu the
Court of Probate, to be held at Orange^urg
Court House cm the 17th day of May next,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'olock in
the forenoon, to shew cause, if any tbey
hare, why -ttw said Administration should
net he granted.
Given under my hand, thia Ith day of April
Anno Dp mini 1873.
[L.S.J AVO. B. KIWvVLTON,
Probate Judge, 0 C.
apl ? 2t
For Sale Cheap.
A small WELL IMPROVED PLACE in 1
mile of Cedcr Grove Store, in tbc Fork.
TH AD C. ANDREWS.
.Ian 2r?th If
Charles H. Oroen.
The above named nnnouneea to those
interested thai be in prepared alwavs to
furnlah. BE KP, POULTRY GAME, FISH,
and Meals delivered to any order.
U. II. ORKEN.
A SMALL FARM
FOR SALE about three quarters of a
mile fror? the Court Mouse containing 16
acres with a (iOOD DWELLING, KITCIIKN,
STAHLE and an Excellent WELL of WA
TER. Also some CHOICE FRUIT TRKEm
haverecrutly been ?et out.
The above is one of the most desirable
and healthy places in I be Jcuie. For par
ticulars apply to X. M. WOLFE,
Or to TIIAD. C. ANDREWS.
jan 18 Urn
IN THE COURT Ol?' PROBATE
Whereaa, George Foliver, Clerk of the
Courts h( General Sessions and Common
Plea*, of said County, hath applied to me
for Leitern of Administration on the Estate
and Klfect* of Lawrence Avinger, late of
Orangchurg County, deceased.
Tbcac are therefore to cite and admonish
k11 and singit'ar the kindred and Creditors
of the said leceased, to be and appear, be
fore roc, at a Court of Probate (or the said
County to be t olden at Orangehurg, on the
17th day Cf Way 1877, at 10 o'clock A.
M., to thow cause if any, why the said Ad
ministration should not be granted.
Given under my Hand and the Seal of Court*
this 4th day of Apl A. D. 1873, and in
the ninety-ae* nth year of American Inde
['...? 1 AUO. R KNOWLTON.
apl .r? ?2t Probate Judge, O. C.
J. W. PATRICK & CO.
T. G. VTTSTCE.
Respectfully call Hie attention of the Public to their NEW ADDITION of SPRING
OOODS just received and for sale nt EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES. Our atook consists
in part of
LENOS, JAPANESE. GRENADINES. OIL COL'R PERCALF.8 POLKA DOTS, LAWNS,
CROCHET NAINSOOKS, PLAIN AND CHECK CAMBRIC,
WHITE AND COLORED ORGANDIES. ?
ISTOTIO^S, IP All A-SOI^S, &C.
LATEST STVW5S SPUING CLOTHING AND GRNTB FURNISHING
We have brought to this Market the C lil^UHR VTFJ) ST AH SniRT
which we guarantee to FIT and WEAR bettur than any qlkor kind. Measures taken and
made to order.
Having for a Jong time accn the necessity of introducing ? FIRST CLAM ROOT
aud SSIOi; in this Market, wiil make thiB Department a SPECIALTY, where can be
found any kind of Boots and Shoes desired, from the nicest Philadelphia band ta?de to
the more common grades. Call and inspect our stock before you purchase and see if we
can please yqij.
J. W. PATRICK & CO
npr: 20 ? M
WI. M. SAIN & CO.,
To do all kind of haulling
The SHORTEST Notice
GIIEAT SALE OF DRY GOODS!
THEODORE KOHH & BUOTHEH,
Are olTericg at a SMALL ADVANCE upon cost, the LARGEST and most SELECT
of EVERY QUALITY and STYLE ever exhibited in OrnngeUurg,
Printed FRENCH PERCALES and CAMBRICS.
The Latest Novelties in PIQUES, MUSLINS, LAWN, WHITE GOODS and LIN83
Marked down to the Lowest Price*.
We .lirc.1 ESPECI AL ATTENTION to our attractive Stock of
LADIES DRESS SUITS.
The most Fashionable Styles of GENTS and YOUTHSYLOTHIXG,
11.4 TS I HATS I HATS! HATS! for everybody and at PRICES to aaH stt,
PARASOLS of evory coaceirAble Style.
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS in Housekeeping Goad*.
TOILET QUILTS, RED SPREADS, fine MARSAILLES QUILTS, TCWRLS, DOYLIES
You can rely upon finding the mo*t eorqplete assortment of Ruffling, Corsets, Gloves.
Hosrirv. Lsoe*. Embroideri cs, Trimmings, Skirls* aud Notions generally al our Store and at
very LOW PRICES.
Laibes about to make Spring and Summer purchases are respectflly invited to call and
examine our immeuse n-tsortmeut. We wdl afford every opportunity for a careful iaspes
tion of our goods without being importuned <o buy.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER,
?ft si ?
ROUND THE CORNER
IS THE PLACE
?with every LUX
URY of the Season
in the GROCERY LINE. My
Delicacits are too numorons n
mention, hut whatever you tvaut in
the EATING LINE just call ou
W. T. M?LLER,
Ai>d you will get it. Also a Inrge supply of
of FINE CUTLERY aud other USEFUL
ART ICLBS. Come and see the
quantity und quality of my
Stock. My prices wU.1
apl 5 limes. %m
WE ARE NOW
Stock of Spring and Summer Goods,
Such as WHITE GOODS, PRINTS, VOTIONS, kC.
Al?o s full Line of LADIES, MISSES and GENTS SROfSS, wit* HATE. TIM.
COLLARS and CUFFS. .
FIX? OI.O HAVANA CIGARS.
In tbeae "lierd Times to Ltvc" we have on hand many articles that wilt contribute great*
y Jt9 the "creature comfort*."
W-e intens" te keep always "FULL LT" in the
And ttU them CHEAT* for cash. All are reapeotTully invited to call sad examine aar
STOCK and PRICES.
MOSELEY & CROOK.
OPPOSITE CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK.
?ar 20 feb S ljr