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Ill) AY, JUNE 14, 1
The French Theatre in New York
sold for $100,000.--- Exx-hange.
Thn proposed Gortuan theatre to be
built it) i\ew Y'ork city will co?t $500,
Consequently, German must be just
five times ns difficult as French.
It is said that there is not a citizen of
Maine Worth a million of dollars.?Ex.
A strict regard for veracity compels
us, regretfully, to say the same of
Sandwich Inlanders huvo sent over
two thousand dollars tu the dutawute iu
Having no old clothes they were
obliged tosend the cash.
Marriod women in Pennsylvania have
the exclusive right to their individual
The law would bo more humane to
ghe the unmarried women a right to
their individual yearnings.
" ' k ~~. . .
Queen Victoria's butter commands th ?
highest price iu the JLoudou market.?
We were disposed to doubt this until
we remembered that her Majesty's babies
era all weaned.
Aurora, 111., is to have a Fourth of
July speech from Hen Buttel.?Ex.
Hope it won't prove an "Aurora
Bore"?&c, or A?roaring Bore, or
Wo should think any State would be
?'1HU after hearing Bat?.
The Rev. Dr. Beard, of Manchester,
Is engaged on "An Autobiography of
Satan," which will ho published in the
/As the devil's history began, so
sui/frld it^r?peft* end, .h the Fall,
^ ? The Board of Trial of.the Mais ach it
setts Medical Society has foand the two
i hysicjnns cha'rgid With, practi.siu*
?homoeopathy.' guilty of unbecoming con
'duct, and recommends* their eXipulsiou
Sioiu the ^Society.?*&V.
' M'tfeYeVipon the interesting question
:nrises : If physicians who give medicine ,
-no small quac '.ies are guilty of "unbe
Voniiug conduct," how mich raodieiae
? Vnusl a doctor giv'o to bb ttins /e/n-ocAe
' *in "Iiis profctalou"?
And what depths of ignominy are
Veserved for thoso physicians who are
fortunate (or unforfti'hrfre) enough t?
Marc vfTth .no med ici A e itt al 1 ?
--?- ,M ?,--- - ? --
; ?j/oxr. a. j. raxsier?
'? *Hes 'our chunks for a copy of the Ninth
^Census and other valuable light summer
?irox. tr. pattersox?
Will presse iWcopft ?nr thanks for a
'cHpy of Senator irtVgh'A's lipeeoh on the
electitfu of Senator Culdwell
- '-Tihi-mss'.V. ? ill -V-"-*
Service in the Episcopal Church to
morrow and regularly thereafter on the
'.Id and 5th Sunday of each mouth. Ho
fcerVice on a 5th Sunday when the mouth
is too iWtfco hold one.
JUUGE COOKS- I'
The Hon. Thompson II. Cooke, Judge
'of the Eighth Circuit, was in Towu
.yesterday. The Judge has been doing
Mime brave work in the up oouutry
lately, for which he has deserved and
received the almost universal commenda
tion of the press.
?mnuiiiisiiiiiri.ooiii iiiBstt^ssgfsaMW'iiiiiwiiiisi m
Mn Samuel Clerk the wife of an old
?eithten of this place, and a sister of Mrs.
ID. Louts and Mrs. J. P. Harlcy, diod
early last Wcnesday morniug after a
lhmg and painful illness. Hor nuuio
'trous relatives and friends have our sin
cere condolence in their boreavemont.
. wiwpanir.^MSiii ?iiiMianiiMsiiMssaiiaiiinia iimwiiiiw
Mr. Wesley ^nell was severely bitten
last Wednesday, by a snake whose spe
cies was not ascertained. Mr. Hindi was
almost completely paralysed by the
-effects of *ho virus. Dr. Dukes was call
tUi who succeeded is relieving the auf
tjie new strebt?
We have conversed with a number of
the loadta^ tax payers and Hud >hat
the proposition for opening a now street
to connect the Five Chop Road with
Siarket Street meets with general appro
fcitios, .'k j .
Let the ?Council attend to rue matter
on<?*. The sooner a good thing Is
. .-- ?" ?? ? - 1 !J'l_i.J_iLi',
The practice of sending home capital
to further enrich already wealthy and
plethoric Northern corporations is about
played out. Every cent fro have we
need right here, and more too. Millions
of dollars are sent North evoy year for
tho single item of life insurance?all of
which could he iu'vosted hero to the
groat advantage of every interest oi
our section?both commercial and
Entertaining thoso views wo were very
glad to Bee in Town last week, Col. A.
It. Waring and Jas. H. Randall, Esq.,
who visited us in the interest of the
Southern Life Insurance Association,
one of the staunchest and most reliable
Insurance Companies in the South.
These gem lernen wrote policies for
some of our leading oitizous, by whom a
meeting was called and local Trustees
elected to look after the interests of the
Company in this County.
We desire to call particular attention
to their advertisement which appears in
In large or small quantities, at J
H W?hlers Enterprise Saloon, at
only three cents a pound. Think of a
fat man et dome 250 lbs avoirdupois
cooling himself for 3 cents! Why, its
at the rate of ucarly a hundred pounds
for a cent! Those who can't ta*Te off
their flesh ind ait in their bones of a hot
day, us Siduey Smith advisod, will do
well to Call straightway at tho Enter
The following will givo some idea of
the amount of labor annually performed
iri live TJetmty Anditot's Office ;
1st. Tlrerc afe abortt seven thousand
tax-rrayoVx in this County, whose re*poc
tives "auntes haVc'to bo ttart^tfWd three
separate firms before tbe payment of
tax cm ,cctiitW!rfce&.
2d4 The real and personal property's
catered in items, ah I tho valfto oi' each'
item is entered in designated coin.mi*
opposite eae** taxpayer's name, the last
column showing the total auiouut of thu
different items of real property and
3d. The "Auditor's duplicate" con
j tains sixty columns to oaoh taxpayer's
name Which are filled by the various
kinds of property and the ditfjreut tax
levies, such us State, County, School tax
-Ith. In making up Ute books prcpara
tery to collecting taxe?, forty five
columns is an average number requited
for tho name of each taxpayer, aud when
it is considered that these ?aCriefi ha?'e to
be three times made it will bo readily
seen that the labor mast be im
mense. Nor is this half. Now com ;s
the work of adding up and correctly
footing each 'column, making out four
separate kinds of tux agniust oach tax
payer, and fealauci-ig the amount of as-,
sessmeuts, with reference to tbe various
6th. The County Auditor is c* officio
Secretary of tlio Hoard of E puliza
tion aud has to perform the clerical
..ork of that Board, which is uddiug to,
or taking from, each item of property
as the Hoard may direct, and is equal,
in amount of labor, to makiug the
original assess in out. Iu addition to
these services he has to make the assess
meufc of the real and personal property
in tho County for which he receive*
?1000. This work formerly required 24
assessors at an expeuse of between 930 ?0
Beside performing all theso ardujus
duties he serves without compensation
as a member of tho Board of Jury Com ?
missioners, and does a hundred aud one
other things incident to tho office.
James Van Tassel, 3<q., our present
County Auditor, has occupied that im
portant effico since the lall of 1868,
except for a short interval of five
months, and we know of no person in
tbe County better fitted for the position
The new postal law, which goes into
Operation on the first day of next month.,
prevents the free trans utssiot of news
paper exchanges, and compels tho pay*
meat of postage upon newspapers, oven
wlvon published in the county within
which the subscriber resides. Lette:t
addressed to initials, or to a bey, are not
obliged to be delivered by the postmas
ters. These points arc worthy tbe
attention or our readers.
AllK AbVKlU'lSJSMENTS It KAU ??Iu
tin; course of a spicy article, answering
tho question, the Mobile Register says:
"If any man affects to believe that adver
tisoments are not read, let him advertise
that he wants to buy a dog, for iustance.
If he is not furnished with every variety
of animated sausage that morning before
breakfast, and, besides, with.one or two
Sound grounds for suits against him for
assault we will break our golden rule nod
deadhead his advertisement. And it is
fair to infer that any man who wants to
sell a dog aho wishes to buy something
with tho proceeds of his canine venture.
Aud so up to the man who wishes to sell
his cargo, that he may buy a cargo of
DisoTBION About Deuts.?The Su
preme Court of Tennosseo has rendered
a decision which aunouuees a now rule
in regard to acknowledgments of debt.
Heretofore it has been accepted as law
that, where a payment hud been ma le
upon a note, such payment took the in
strument out of the statute of limitations.
According to tho late decision, no note
can now be collcotcd after six years, on
tho ground that partial payment bus bee n
mode. The payment is to be considered
as an acknowlcdgmen pro tan(ot aad
not for the entire debt.
Sam Edwards met with a serious loss
in n novel and astonishing way last Week.
While plowing in the Lebanon soctioo
the gruund suddenly gave way and tho
horse and p'ow disappeared from view.
Mr. Edwards being a man of nerve, took
a sensible view ot the cose, came to
Abbeville and sent a dispateh to the
Emperor of Chima to offer a reward und
have the tenm taken care of until' he
calls lor it. iic will start for China
when he hears from the Emperor.?
At the session of the Grayd Lodge
A. F. M., of New York, hold Wedues*.
dny, Grand Master Fox stated that non
intercourse with the Grand Orient of
France and the Gr*, rid Lodge of Ham
burg Still continued, but amic iblo rela
tion exist with all other grand lodges in
the world. An edict of the Grand Lodge
of Canada, cutting communication with
the Graud Lodge of Vermont, and au
edict of the Grand Lodge of Vermont,
cutting from communication the Grand
Lodge of Canada, were received.
Patrons of llusbandry have increased
iu Kansas .within the last yflar IrOm
GOO Co 6,000.
ill A KK KT REPORTS.
Orrios or tiik Oaxsnsaoan Hkitx,
?.Time, l?th l$7i
COTTON"-Sal.-s dtirtog the week io
bales. We quote:
Low Middling.'.w.l? (g>
Rncun Rica .........51.15 per ouskel
Co?s....v...-..$1.00 per bnihel.
Cow 1*ba8.~ 1.00 per bushel.
Pinukks. 1.10 per hushel.
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
OnAyoKBtnui Co'obtv, s. C.
May 4th, 187*.
Bi?i!< Will bo received for Rebuilding the
bridge over "Moll Swnrap" below Knotts
Mill, until the 3th day of June next. Pro.
posals must atate tin* amount of bid aud the
names of suritie* offered. Contract to he
entered into in writing, before commencing
the work. .
By order of Hoard.
*afiO. IIOLIVER, .
Clerk Roard Couuty Commissioners.
Ms' 17th 8t
17STATE NOTICE?All per
\*j sous having demands againxl the
Estate of the late LA ...... NC E 1). CLARK.
deceased, will present tl ? same, properly
attested, to me, at St. ' atthews P. O , S.
C, and all persons ind< oted to said Estate
are required 4o make immediate payment to
me, at the same place.
R08A V. CLARK,
may 24th St
NOTICE. ? The (npartner
81111* heretofore known hy tue firm
name of LI (HI T FOOT A CANNON, at Light
foot's Old Stand,, is this day Dissolved by
mutual consent. All persons indebted to
said.lirm will please make immediate pay
ment to J. W. Cannon at the above stand.
W. T. LIOHTFOOT,
J. W. CANNON.
May 18th, 1873. 24?St
Thanking my friends for past favors, I
hope to merit their patronage by-strict at
tention to business and keeping constantly
on hand a FRESH and COMPLETE STOCK
Call and oxamine my Stock.
J. W. CANNON,
may 24 Si
MRS. O. S. MAULK,
Takes pleasure .In announcing to her Cus
tomers and the Publio iu general tliot she
has opened her SPRING STOCK -consisting
of the LATEST STYLES of
Tfcanfcful lor past favors, ob? roipoot fully
solicits a icontuiuatwco of the same.
A RPHC1ALTV?Dress Making, Cutting
and fitting Carried -on as umtal by Mrs. I.
Country Orders respectfully solicited and
I wiHnyel with prompt attention.
ard iy \m
Southern Life Insurance Company.
PIlINCIPAI,>"OFFIC!IC8:~Mkmphw Tenn., and Atlanta, Ga.
Memphis Office.?T. A. Nelson, President. A Woodruff, Vice-Prcsidcnt.
Benjamin May, Secretary,
Atlanta Office.?John 11. Gordon, President, A. II. Colquitt, Viee-Presi-'
dent. J. A. Morris Secretary.
P.LACK & WARIUKG, Cenerol Agents, Columbia, Routh Carolina.
J. A. Hamilton, Resident Agent, Orangeburg, South Carolina.
ASSKTS Jtvnimrv let, 1873
ANNUAL INCOME ? -
ORANGEBURG BRANCH OF .SOUTH CAROLINA
Dr. W. F. Barton,
John A. Humiltnn,
Thad. C. Amlre\y8,
Paul S. Felder,
Ii. R. Beck with,
Dr. W. W. Wannamaker,
W. J. DeTreville,
John Im Moorer,
Juntes F. I/.lar.
K. R?ssel Ziin merman,
James Van Tassel,
Dr. W. F. Barton, Chairman,
John A. Hamilton, Secretary,
Pa?l 8. Fel?er,
J AMI'S F. IzLAK,
This Company issues policies on nil approved plans and pays losses promptly.
For further information, apply to
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
Resident Agent, Orangeburg, So. C.
June 12, 1873 17 3m
_JL ? _ -_V '
In Hrdieinet, Qualify is of the Firtl Impor
E. J. OLIVEROS, M. D,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISH, NON*KXPLOSlVE
LAM TS, GARDEN SEEDS, &c, &o.,
PRESCltlTIONS prepared with ACCUR
ACV and FIDELITY^ foi which purpose e
full and complete assortment of I'URE
CHEMICALS and GENUINE DRUGS will be
constantly on hand-.
Long e&periencc?-a successful basinets
career of mere than eight yea** in Orauge
hurg. a go?d knowledge ef the DECli
MARKET at home and abroad, will nfLird a
suflreienl gunrnttfeC that all goods Mold or
dispensed nl my establishment w"
GENUINE and KRLJ ?
Ap,.rfOla^K ,we MitfCc3S *hkh in ,h?
past lias attended Iny efforts, I hnve dc
lennincd to apare no pains to merit a eon
tinuTic* of the patronage so KVirelly bestow
fc. J. OLEVEMOS M. D.
No. 100 Kussel Street Orangcbttrg.
(lent reduction in prices of Spring Gcoda
butigh? in the btrt ten day.
IP YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST AND
Cheapest ready-made Spring Clothing,
go 10 McNAMAKA S.
IF VOU WANT LADIES ANDCHtLD
ren's Shoes of the best qonlity und ul low
prices, go to .Me NAM1ARA S.
IF You WAST LX01E8DRBSSOOOD8
Cheup and Stylish, go to
IF YOU WANT G ENTKEM EN'S CASSI
meres. I'loths, Tweeds. Meltona, Drab'
d'ele, Summer drilla nnd cottonudes, etc.,
all of the liest quality, und the largest Slock
in town, und at low prices, too. goto
IF YOU WANT GOOD SUGAR, 8 I.KS
For $1, go to McNAMARA'S.
IF YOU WANT GOOD BROWN HOMES
pun one wide, at 12A cents, go to
IF YOU R'ANT TO BUY CHEAP FOR
fash, go to McNAMARA'S.
Being thankful (or the liberal patronage
bestowed on tue in the past, I respectfully
aolicit a continuance of the oante.
Appril 2.'?, 1873 ly.
In accordance with an ACT of the Gene
ral Assembly paascd oa the 20th February
1873, all pereoas HOLDING CLAIMS
against the County of Orangeburg prior to
the first day of November A. D. 1872, will
present the same to George Boliver, Esq.,
Clerk of the Court of said County, for Reg
istration, on or before the first day of Octo
ber, A. D. 1873, and all Glafma not Regia
lered within said time will no be paid.
E. T. R. 3MOAKE,
Chairman Board County Commissioners.
may 8 If
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TRUSTEES,
A Convention of the newly appointed
Vrtiatees of eooh ef the several School Dis
tricts of this County will he held at the
?Court House en the first Monday in June
next, and at 11 o'clock, for the purpose of
considering matters. AH Trustees are in
vited to be present,
F. R. MoKlNLAY,
County School Commissioners,
Orangeburg S. C.
tuny 17th lia
J. FELDER METERS,
TRI A.Ii JT U KT IC JE.
? OFFICE COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
Will give prompt attention to all business
entrusted to him. mar 29?tf
DR. A. C. DUKES'
CRANGEBURG, S. C,
FINE TOILET SOAPS,
PURE WIN ES and LIQUORS for Medicinal
A full hue of TOBACCO sad 8EGARS.
Partners and Physicians from the Country
will find our Slock of Mcdiciue* Complete,
Warranted Genuine and of Ike Rest Quality.
Lot of FRESH GARDEN 8KEDS.
jail It e tf
Do You Want
# GO TO
IF TOU WANT
WHERE YOU'LL FIND
Any and Everything.
nov 2 tf
? ..??> A Valuable Invention
AN FNTIItELY NEW
FOR DOMESTIC USE.
OXLY FIVE DOLLARS.
WITH Till KKW
Patent Batten 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, Self Threading, direct,
upright Positive Motion, New Tension, Self
Feed and Cloth Gulder. .Operates by Wheel
and on a Table. Light Running,'Smooth
and noiselesa like all good high prieed
machines. Has patent chock to prevent the
wheel being turned the wrong way. Uses
I he thread direct from the spool. Makes
the Elastie Leek SHtofa (finest and atrongeet
stitch known ;) firm, durable, close and
rapid. Will do all kinds of work, fine and
eoarso, from Cambric te hoary Cloth or
Leather, and uses all descriptions of thread.
The best mechanical talent in Aaerioa
and Europe, has been devoted to improving
and simplifying our Machines, combining
only that which is practicable, and dis
pensing with all complicated surroundings
generally found in other machines.
Special terms and extra inducements to
male and female agent a, storekeepers, etc.,
who will eotabtiok ogonoles through tire
country and keep ear new meohines on ex
hibition and aale. County rights given to
smart agents free. Agent'* oeraplete outfits
furnished without any extra charge.
Samplea of sewing, descriptive circulars
containing torsaa, l eetisaealnJa, engravings,
fte.. sent free
Address, BROOKS SEWfVQ MACHINE
CO., No. 132'.? Broadway, Now York.
feb 8 I }j
THEODORE KOHtt & BROTHER,
n consequence of, and notwithstanding
th? general depression in trade, and the
stringency of available cash funds, in order to faoiliute sales will offer for Cash,
WITHOUT REGARD to PROFITS
WITHOUT RESERVE, UNUSUAL
in their various Departments. I'urcbusers are invited to Call to be sonvlnccd
of tho above facts.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
W. T. M?LLER,
Is offering his ENTIRE STOCK of
Groceries, Liquors, Boots, Shoes
And ail other in Store at
All in want of BARGAINS will do well lo call just
'ROUND THE CORNER
may 24 ? 00
Messrs. LAZARUS & MORRIS,
OPTICIANS 4 OCULISTS,
Bare, with a view to meet the increasing demand for their
DEALER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WABD, AO,
SIGN OF THE BIG WA TOIL OrmigrLttrg, S. C. ?
As their Solo Agent for this Pt-*#.
i nenc ot . _ oljU bv any for their STRENGTHENING quali
ties, producing a CLEAR and DISTfNO -oif)M ^ in the Natural Healthy SIGHT.
They are the ouly Spectaclea that PRESERVE aV ..... ASSIST the SIO?T ? And are
the Cheapest bccatfse the Best, always lasting Many Years wiu,tut change being neeeaaary.
CAUTION.?E. EZEKIEL, Sign of BIG WATCH, Orangeburg, 8. C, Agent
for Orangchurg. S. C. We employ no Peddlers.
may 17 00
Evcrbody in this Town aud County .know of the GOOD TIIINGS in the Grocer*
and Provision Liuc to be found at Oi D. KORTJOHN'S Popular Store.
If not the announcement will be of more importance to House
keepers and Farmers than the news of
Death. Quality Genuine, Stock Complete and Fresh, Prices CHEAP and
And general satisfaction guaranteed.
My LIQUORS and WINKS nre
To please the taste of every class of Customers, from men like the fastens aud
To the humblest Householder of tho laud. .
Flours, Suggra, Teat, Coffee, Bas?,
Lard, SegaTs, Tobacco, Fine CognaeJBrandy and Pure Whiskey for Medicinal
purposes. All to bo had for the asking at
C. D. KORTJOHFS
At FUNDERBURK'S OLD STAND,
may 17 00
J. W. PATRICK & CO.
t. g. vinck.
Hespert full v rail the attention of the Public to their NRW ADDITION of ftftttM
GOODS just reoeived and for sale at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES. Onr sleek iiesfatj
ia part of
LFNos, JAPANESE. GRENADINES, OIL COL'B PEBCALE8 POLKA DOTS, LAW*?,
CROCHET NAINSOOKS. PLAIN AND CHECK CAMBRIC,
WHITE AND COLORED ORGANDIES. 1
?? ?? stnsR.
+* *? 4? PIQUE. ?
notions, I3 ati A-SOTLtS, ?fcC.
LATEST STYLES SPRING CLOTHING ASD GENT8 FUftfflSfftlXO
We have brought to this Market the CELEBRATED ST AW SHIRT
whien -we guarantee to FIT and WEAR belter thaa any other kind. Moaoaroa tnkon and
made to order.
Hawing for a long time seen the necessity of introducing a FIRST CLASS
and SHOT, in this Market, will make this Department a SPECI ALTY, whore en* ee>
found any kind ef Beets and Shoes desired, from Use nicest Philadelphia hand n>e<a to
the more common graVes. Call aud inspeot our stock before yon purchase and ana if wo
can please you.
J. W. PATRICK & CO