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- SATURDAY, MAY 31, lt>7:i
Pf hat -M?.'day is sih? day. J The
sheriff advertises son.? land for silo.
Timers ha? beeti deposed and Me
Mahon is President of Franco.
A powerful Jackserew?Captain
Ilon.c?sweet, sweet home, us. the bee
said when be uutered his hivo.
You onn use u postage. Item p.twice.
Tbc first time it costs you three cents;
tho second time fifty dollars.
The cottoa seels of the South, which
Were ouco thrown away as worthless, are
now worth ?3,000,000 per your.
PoVfn.? he S 'ap Factory is down
and so arc the desirable, and seasonable
goods at Messrs T. [Colin & Bio's popu
lar store. Head and run.
The Levil returns his warm thanks to
Mr. C D. Kortjohd for the piece of lee
sent the News Office to cool his plagued
By order ol Chici Justice Moses
Judges Cooks ond Carpenter will tutor
change circuits. Judge Cooko is to
bold the ensuing term ut Lexington and
Jv.d1 c CorjCt tcr the Fame at Anderson.
Towtl TflX-?Unpleasant theme for
u local but-the Town taxes, uro now
being collected. Tho tux is one miff on
real estate, and tho licenso tax. The
books will be closed and the penalty
added on June 2d, Monday.
Struck by Lightning?We hove
Wen visited by Some Very severe thun
der Biopto* darin j the past two weeks
'On Pafurdny cv< irng last the rcsldoncc
Of Dr. Thos. A. IOlllott was struck by
lightning. Tho shock was very severe
?but uo material damage was done.
? Ant'ihsT Storm and Another
StrOKQ.? Oil Thursday evening dining
tho prevalence pf th-.: thunder, storm, a
l?rpe I'Vide of l?:di: tree w?a struck by
li-l ting, and coniplercly shivered. The
ttee stood Oil the vacant lot, at the rear
"of Mr. St rails' residence.
Tho Irish Pbstivnl.-Thu Irish
'citizens of Oharleston have been enjoy
4i.g a P-estaJ Rouniot) ut the Sb utzcu
H?h. M. P. O'Connor delivered uu
'oratiiu of grealt clc<|ueiice r.nd beauty.
Tho eft'eashm was one of un.illny -d
iWnerty iRt'covtTtMl.? Wo c?tf^rat.
Sil.itc Mr/ This. Ii. Zimmerman Upon
1iis ? success iti "recovering bis witch
which was stolen faim him in Charles
'ton, duriug the me t ing of .ho stuck
"holders of the Rail Road.
The* Watch was a very beautiful and
costly one, and its lo a could be ill
The Survivors' Association hqld their
Quarterly Mooting on Thursdu- , 22d, at
Firemen's Hall. The attendance was
The Annual Meeting of the. Associa
tion is .changed froui February to Fair
-" ? ...
Tho Orangeburg Bible Society hold
their AtiunaJ Meeting on Sunday (to
morrow) at tho Brci-bytoriurj Church at
8 o'clock P. M. The. Annual Address
Will bo delivered by tho Re/ O. A.
Hough of the Luihorau Church
The anaual election uad collection
Will be had.
The "Rural Carolinian" for
Juna, /Comes to us with it usual rcgulari
ty, it pages tccmii)? with well selected
matter of hjoro than ordinary interest to
agriculturists. Tho publishers sce:u
.determined to fully majutaiu its justly
earned reputation as a first class ogricul
turul publica!ion, and are deserving of
Success for their praiseworthy efforts in
their laudable Rndcrtt'kiog, which not
only conduces to individual cuccssb, but
aids materially in the development ol
our rosources and wealth as a notion.
No planter or farmer should bo without
the "Rural Carolinian," if he desires
success in bis vocation. The terms are
seasonable, boing ouly S2 er annum for
single subsciiptiops, wi.b liberal iuducc
juuuot lor Hub?.
The A.MKIU?AN FaUMUH'S ALiYO
0 vte, puW^ihedut Jackson, Te*jn, Ahe
pi,? i? .'...?.?Wrs,.i.-.hi.
great burners, movement and vpiiuiIU
do vet od to the great subject of co operu.
tit n atUOOK the tillers of the soil should
bo on every tanners tuL'e. II is a very
large and well filled paper. Single it is,
1 l'per'year.'or in dubs <d' fbur or nunc,
fit) cents each. *W.? will furnish it to
all the new subscribers with the Orange
burg News ut S'J DO j er year. '
MtillU'ifial i-'lt't'tioit.?(><> Monday
the ToWuT)f l.owisvillc in (his coiuit\
held an election for Iutoftdi'Uts and
The following ticket has Icon dcclar
cd elected :
fl'ui 'ih ms.
D. W. M ustahi),
1?. A. McIvY.u.
Hj B. Smoak.
1'rlcks.?Two or three spucitnon
bricks are to be seen at the news
Office. They are the manufacture of
Col. ? Kdwards' Brick Yard, and uro ol
good consistency and large si/.o. Col
Kdwards sticks to bis business and i:
succeeding in tutnihg ont as beautiful
au article of brick as there is in the
market. We congratulate him upon his
success and nsk our people to bear in
mind that wben bricks are wanted they
can be bad at ( ol Ivlwards Yard, as
good as the best.
Bloody Affray.?Two colored nun,
Wilson Edwards and Kelly Sotners met
on last Sunday at .Jacob's Arbor in the
Fork of Kdisto, when it seems that
Kelly Souicrs renewed a previous 'dispute
uud drew bis knife. Wilson IDdwards
took up u stick to defend himself, when
Sowers cut him in the stomach ami. then
in the back. 1 lie cut in his stomach
was a ghastly and apparently a mortal
wound. The wounded man was almost
discmbowelud. Dr.- Clockloy is attend
ing FMwards nnd wo loam has ttxpress d
an opinion that tho wound is fatal.
Snuffers has hi d but a warrant is out
for ?? ja tipp ich? u -ion.
- i ? n mtmtm ? - ? -ill. i - ?
TlitugliUtU sind Chm-iut ?()i n
be..it was refreshed on a sultry day of
the week hy the appearance in oar < Sice
of Mr. Oberrod Reeves (the affable and
polite clerk o| ))r A. (.'.- Dukes) who
brought with him a huge package of
.some delicious and fresh candy.
The little incident ol the b g package
rcmindid us most forcibly of what a
thorough-going, attentive and careful
busiucss man tire Doctor is, and \.bat an
admirable and complete stock of Medi
cines he keeps '.?oust.uitly on hand.
The Doctor makes a special ma'ter of
hl8 candy, which displayed in his s>how
case, i--> us benutiful as it is nice.
Arrasi ot Aid v in 31 Cohuji Ejtff*
? (Jur ^ew Orleans ciebjrnge' report
the arrest of Melviq M.Cohen, Ksq,,
charged with firing at, and attempting
to kill Govoruor \Y , }'? Kellogg, and
adds that he was hailed in the amount
of live thousand dollars. Mr. Cohen is
a native, and former resident of Chai los
lou, and also of this ci'.y lie i.s ajgen
ticuii n of brilliant intellectual retjuir
mcuts, studied law in the office ol (Jreu
cral Jaines Simons. At tiie eio.se of
the war, Mr. Cohen removed to New
Orleans, where he has siucc been pngug
cd in literary purtfjila, and has been
connected with tho bittffioflbo Now
Tho Episcopal Church.?The
Church was openud on last Sunday week
for the first time since t he tic it It of its
lato rector the lamented and good llov.
The occasion was one of ?acred satis
faction to the congregation. The
lingering habilittinents of mourning for
tho departed rector, recalled his
memory most dearly to his people. His
spirit tuMunod to bo present and the
rccollectiou of his venerable form and
loved toue of toipo was most vivid and
The congregation is a small one hut
urc most warmly attached to their form
of worship and their ancient and beauti
ful ' liturgy. They feo! most deeply the
deprviation of seeing their church
? clrscd, their solemn services unrt pealed,
their flock scattered.
Ii is intended not? to opeu the church
on each third Sunday in the mouth for
lay urding. ItUw.Tl;! The accents 1
oi' ihc%ui] iessi\e und S'dcmB services of
the chnTcrTy shiuWru()t Wpt*rrwttted to
pass into silence and be never heard.
The beautiful music of her ehaunts
should not be unsung and forgotten, und
tlwir r?? rod and \l<j\y eolhyuu* influence
iini! Inspiration hi u if ?;c
The congregation trill be k -pt together
oul) by opening the church. The small
flock kept together, will increase, end
the holy and 450.nl intim-neu of th<
court u will spread and; by those antble
media tv Ii ich inen reck not of, will
perujeato this community u*id this
ihurch's pint though small will be per
formed. "Let JOttrllgilt shino."
Warm and Dull?Public Enter
tainments.?The past week has been
one of dearth and heat. The summer
which lingered upon the treshold has at
bifct entered warmly upon Its Work.
The dull season has ulsj squarely set
in. Light clothing and light work are
the phases ol our local current.
Now in ibe leisure season ol tho year
is the time for amusement, pastime and
reel cat ion, which our town folk should
avail themselves of and enjoy.
The foot bull, which socuis tobe quite
a favorite aiuuscnicut, will do lor the
boys. Hut let us have some evening
entertainments of a literary or bisl t ionic
or musical character.
In many of our licighbor towns and
villages, theatrical amateur perform
ances are very fashionable. Why not
here ? ' '
A Philharmonic Society has we loam
been organised, and intends giving us a
Concert, at an early date.
The occasion will he one of rare
enjoyment with our people.
These thill"..-- should be HlOPft frCO/ttCllt.
Wc are loo narrow, too atay-at-houi? a
Why can we noibave public enter
tainnients of an instructive and pleasing
Why not a Literary Society, why iml
ti library't Why may. not our people
clijoy the cntcrtuinmcnt and advantage
uf public lectures on moral scientific
literary ami ItLto'i-ieal subjects t W itb
a bar and a clergy and Humorous
private chtoens' of culture, and attain
.:.ents there i- no reason why uur coat
tu unity nay not be edified and elevated
by proper public lecture;},.. To the nu n
I ctous yuuih growing up around us those
things are not only .priceless education
al advantages but they are necessities.
. Why ure our pe'iplo so diffident, so
selfish 60 cliquish ?
Let but the start be ma ie an 1
Qranguburg will establish a reputation
for these tilings.
The Death of .Urs. IV. l\
II nt son.
Tho grave continuously, unceasingly,
relentlessly gibers in its UU 'Versal
harvest. All Reasons ure its harvest
time, all liatuairty its harvest. ?
This time a ' bright shining" light is
qtl< nt'hcd iu the darkness of its portal.
One adorned with all the graces ol
intellectuality, oultuie and Christianity ;
one, filling a high social position and
ornamenting it ; one all admired, all
lovely ; one most tenderly connected
and .associated with a family and sooiul
circle of which she was ihe "chief,
particular star," has passed from her
sphere ot duty welj perform d to the o i
joyment of that rich reward so well
deserved und for m hieb she was well
On lust Suturdiy evening Mrs. Hut
son, the wife of our rcspoetcd citizen
Col. Vi in. V. Ilutsou departed this life
On Sunday evening her remains were
interred in the Presbyterian church
A lurgo concourse of sorrowing
friends wcro assembled to pay this
earthly tributivo expression oi their
appreciation of her rare nobiKtv ol
worth. No heart there, but bowed in
sorrowing udmiration?mingled emotion
ut her virtues and lur departure.
One of earth's good and gifted and
loved and honored had ceased to smilo,
to cheer, to SOOth, to elevate by the
influence of hur swe-tt ,.."s.-elation and
Tho words or burial thrill >d the
bowed audience with the real:/ iti n of
llieir deep bereavement. Put ' their
jrorka do follow theui.!" The lifo just
closed is not lost ; its iuduuu -e makes
the world blighter, humanity better;
its gunaudod memory, f'ravfutit with
goodness, (eli?rity, kipdlineaa and |ove,
will be tjvj ^olWiMiir; be:tufcw?J and
sweet, that will be <?herished by those
who mourn until they tueet her "Bless
ed are the deud who die*' thus; blessed
the immortality iutn which their lives
Mis 11 ttsi/ti.> t'.ie uau^Ut r ofs! e
llcv. I'dward .palmer, of Wulteibor ?.
and the cldei lister of the line. Ii. M.
I'aim or of NcW Orleans, mil was fifty
nine years of ago.
She was ji ?sscsscd or a superior mind,
highly cultivated and adorned with the
flowers of literary attainment; an earnest
Chrlstuiu from her early life and beloved
and ndiuircd for the virtues of h. i char
acter by \ery many ib this cumnninty.
Her death leaves it vacancy in her
idiureh, her family and her social sphere
which w ill remain unfilled Slid acred to
her memory J
To keep warm on a cold day (he wo
men double the c po ami men double
NAUKET It Ii POUTS.
Hoick ol' litt OttASOSBUBIl Nl.\v3,
May. ::> 11 1873.
COTTON?Sales dur-.g the week .'? >
hales. We quote:
Ordinary.10|^ 1 ?ti
Low Middliug.hi (?\
M iddliug.i -i
RoUOH Uli k.SI. 16 per ousbcl
CoiiN.iSt.Ol) per bushel.
Cow I'kas. l.OU per bosbol.
1'iMuais. 1.1Q per bushel.
In accordance Wifh an ACT of the Gone
rul Afcscmbly |>!t?--n;.I on I lie 20th February
I*-;:, all persons HOLDING CLAIMS
against lbe County of Ornbgeburg prior lo
the first <l?y ul November A. 1>. 1>7J, will
p * scut the same to George Deliver, E* i..
Clerk of (be Comi of said Couuiy, f?u Heg
istrstiou, on or before the nr^i ilny ol Octo
ber,'A. I?. 1^7-. and all Claims not Itegis
lered within said time wilt not li ? paid;
15. T. It. SM0 tKE,
Cbnli'irnii Hoard County Cu'mmiesioiiors.
may -t I f
G.cnl reditetion rn prices of Spring Gcuds
bnugbl in the last ten day.
[F Vt?U WANT TQ GET TilK REST ?ND
Cheapest rcady.-mudc Spriutr Clothing,
;:<> io Mi N A MA II A S.
IK VOU WANT LAD! Ks AND CHILI)
run's Shoes of the bo>t quality and at low
prices, go to MuX. A MAUA S.
[K VOU WANT LADIES DRESS ???DS
Cheap nil 1 Siylisb, go to
IK VOU WANT GKNTKEMKN'S CASSI
meres ClolIis, Tweeds, Mellon*. Drab'
iKe'e. Summer drills and coiiomi,dus. etc .
nil of Ibe t??-^! quality, ui-l tlie largest Stock
in town, und at lor.- prices, ion. go In
Me NAM A II 1*8.
K Vor WANT GOOD SITGAH, fl LRS
[F VOU WANT GOOD RROA'N IIOMES
pun one wide, at 121 cent-', go to
" McMA M A H .1 *S.
IK \ of If'AKT TO Dt V t,'H : \ I- P< IK
Cash, -jo to MeN AM \ K. A S.
Rcing thankful for the liberal patronage
bestowed ..i ine in tbe past, bi espectlully
sclicil a eoiuiunauce of the snnii
.1 Mi V.V.MAN A.
Appvil 2?| 1873? - ly.
J. FELDER MEYERS.
T IM AI. JL STICK.
OFFICE cot ItT HOUSE SQt' \ UK,
Will give prompt attention In -ol business
entrusted lo him. mm '20?if
fix M lie lei, Q tt'i/>/is of t'ii-it t>;t pur
E. J. OLIVEROS, M. D.,
D1V1 f Ji I N
DRUGS, MEDICINES,, i'AlNTX,
OILS, VARNISH, NO* KNil'LOsiVK
LAM PS, GARDEN SEEDS, &c., kv .
PKESC HIT IONS prepared tath ACCUR
ACY mid KIDHLITV, Fol wmuh purpose a
full and oomplolc assortment of I'CMK
CHEMJCAI/S and GENUINE DRUGS will be
const ant ly on band.
Loii? experience?1\ siicecssful business
career of mere jban eight years in Orange
Lurg. n goe<l knowledge ?f lito DRUfJ
MARKET at !. ?nie and abroad, will afford a
RuQjcienl guarantee thai all goods sol<j or
dispensed nt my ostablifbiycnl will be
GENUINE an.l It ELI A RLE.
Appreciating the sucucad whub ia the
past Ii is attended my efforts, i ]lavc de
termined 'o spare no pains to merit a con
linancc of the patronage so liberally heston
E. J. OLEVfKOS M. I)
No. ICO iju'ffel Ktrert Ornngehiirg
Charles H. Green.
Thg above named announces to those
(iifi'i-cstH tlini lie Is prepared always to
rufiiiHii, im:i;i\ i*ooiiTRY uame, fish,
and Mualf ddUvefeil to any order.
?'. II. Uli ken.
1)51. V. ('. DUKES'
CKAXOKH?UCl, S C,
im u.rit in
AN I) OltiSj
FINE TOI 1.1'T SO APS,
rUltfi WINKS und LIQUORS for Medicinal
Dl E.WOODS und DYB-ST?FFS generally.
A full lim ? ?:' TtHjACCO nn I SEC A IIS.
I*iilMiUBjr? und Physicians from the Ooiintry
will lind nur Siooi of Medicines Comjdete,
Warranted "outline und Of.tlio llcsl Quality.
Lit oi I Iii SU GARDEN SEEDS.
in Ii I! 0 If
Do Yon Want
11 YOU WANT
WIIKUK YOU'LL. FIND
Any anil Everything,
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 aj ?_,o tf
? )?> A Valuable I im on 1 i<> n <? j ?>
AN J NTIUKLV NEW
POR DOMESTIC LSI*-.
O.M.Y FIVE DOLLARS.
Wim TUE SKW
Patient Button Ilolf Workers
THE MUST SlMl'L!'. AND COM PACT IN
rill? MOST DU RA RLE AND ECOXQMI
CAL IN USE.
\ MODEL OF COMBINED STRENGTH
Complete in all it- parts, uses the Straight
Eye Pointed Needle, Self Threading, direct,
upright Positive Motion, Now Tension, Self
Feed aud Qlpth Gui Icr. Operates by Wheel
and on :i Table. Li^bl Euuuiugi Smooth
and. noiseless lil. ? nil goo.l high priced
rnneliiuos. lias patent ohcok r<> prevent the
wheel being turned the wrong way. Uses
the thread direct from the 4pool. Makes
i Ii o Elastic Leek Stitch (finest and si rouged
-inch known;) linn, durable, close and
rapid. Will do all kinds of work, tine and
coarse, from Cambrib lo heavy Cloth or
Leei Irer, r.ud uses ..!! descriptions of thread.
Tliv la sl mechanical talent in America
an I Europe, has boon devoted to improving
.m l simplifying otir Machines, combining
only lhat w hich is practicable, and dis
pensing with all complicated surrouudiugs
gt'nei ally tntind hi other machine*.
Special terms aud extra inducements to
male and female ugeuts, storekeepers, ifeo.,
who will establish sgeiioics through the
country and kocpournow maohliies,on ex
hibition and sale, ('"iiuiy rights given to
hiiiart agctits free. Agent's complete j>m Iii?
furnished without any extra eluirge.
Samples of sewing, descriptive circulars
containing terms, testimonials, engravings,
Sc., sent in e
Address, BROOKS 8EWIN0 MACHINE
CO , No. 1 '?-.< Broadway, New York.
fch S ly
the smuti:nder ov <i en lee,
AT APPOMATTX C. II., VA ,
.mm: 11. Urn 1805.
AMA0NIFICIFNT Ms IS in h BNORA-'
V1NC! nl the surrender of Ocn. '.??.?. beauti
ful colored. Engraved in the highest style
of the art und printed on honvy plate1 paper,
lj is truly a nem of i>rt, one which khould
hini^ in the parlor of every Southern homo.
Soul by mall, mount oil oA a roller and post
paid, on receipt oj 20 cents, or -i for50 ecnt.
A^ouIm W suited' Address.
J. C, \ W. M. BURROW;
T..imlogn?? of Pictures, Bt oka, .v., ?cnt
feh ft 4t
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER,
?i cous:qu3tica of, an 1 not witb-itan liuj
Ute general depression in trade, tndtht
Btiingency of available oash fuods, in ordar to facilitate tales will offar for Cask,
WITHOUT REGARD to PROFITS
WITHOUT RESERVE, UNUSUAL
iu their various Departments. Purchasers urc invited to Call to bi ooavincsd
of tlie above facts.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
W. T. M?LLER,
Is offering his ENTIRE STOCK of
Groceries, Liquors, Boots, Shoes
And ail otli :r iu Store at
All in want of BARGAINS will do well lo call just
ROUND THE CORNER
Messrs. LAZARUS & MORRIS,
OPTICIANS & OCULISTS,
Have, with a view to meet the increasing demand for theif
DEALER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARD, *C,
&WiY Oh* TUE DK! WATCH. Orangcburg, S. C.
As their Sole Agent for this Place. ( ?Mh
These SPECTACLES are UNEQUALLED by any for their STRENGTHENING quali?
lies, producing a CLEAR and DISTINCT VISION, a* in the Natural Healthy SIGHT.
They are the only Spectacles that PRESERVE as we)l a? ASSIST the SIGHT! And am
the Cheapest because the Rest, always lasting Many Years; with, ut change being necessary.
CAUTION.?B. E7.EKIKL, Sign of BIG WATCH, Orangcburg, 8. C, Agent
for Orangebnrg, S. C. j^aTf We employ no Peddlers. ?
may 17 00
l-j vor body in ibis Town and County know ol the GOOD THINGS in the Groserw
and Provision Line tu he fouud at 0. D. KORTJOHN'S Popular Store.
?If not the untiouiiceiueut will be or more importance to Housa
keepers and Farmers than tho uows of
Death. Quality Genuine, Stock Cpmplptfl and Prcsh, Prices CHEAP and
And genera) catiaf.iction guaranteed.
My LIQUORS and WINKS kf?
To please the taste of every class of Customers, from mca UV? tUc famous and
To tl c humblest Householder of the land.
F)oursa Sugars. Teas, Ceffee, Bacon,
Lard, Sogars, Tobacco, Fine Cogtutc?Brandj and Pure Whisk cj fur Medicinal
purposes. All to be had lor tho asking at
C. D. KORTJOHFS
At FUNDBRBURK'S OLD STAND,
may 17 00
J. W. PATRICK & CO.
T. O. VINCE.
Er ?pect fully call the sttc?llort *t the Public to their NEW ADDITION of SPRING
UOOD? jutit received npd for sale at EXCEEDINGLY LoW PRICES. Our stock consists
in part <>f
LENOX, -JA PAN KSK. GRENADINES, OIL COL'D PERCALES POLKA DOTS, LAWNS,
CROCHET NAINSOOKS. PLAIN AND CHECK CAMBRIC
W HITE AND COLORED ORGANDIES.
M .. svyiss. ? *
NOTIONS, IPA.Ti.VSOlL.S, cfcC.
LATEST? STYLES SPRING CLOTHING .iiip GENTS FURNISHING
We have brought to this Market the CdEI.ERRATED STAR SHIRT
Winch we guarantee to KIT and WEAR better than any other kind. Measure* taken.and
made to order.
Having for a long time seen the necessity of introducing a FIRST CLASS ROOT
and SHOD in this Market, will mske this Dpnartajent a SPECIALTY, where can b*
found any kind of Roots a^d Shoes desir-d, fror? the nieest Philadelphia hand m?de to
the int.to common grades. Call and inspect our stock before yon purchase and aee if we
can please vau.
J. W. PATRICK & CO *
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