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The mao most likely to make his
mark iu the world?one who euunot
write Iiis own nninc.
Muking a "local application" of thiH
ltilo, what a number or" distinguished
hicn we have iu Oraiigeburg County !
Light is like a burglar?it is contin
ually breaking iu upon somebody. ?
So lhat old fogies arc your true ,lbur
fciat proof." No light ever break? in on
. A game of br-so ball in Cranston.
Town, was interrupt! d the other day iu
a singular manner : A cow Ciiughl the
bull ou its bounding way and swallowed
Helton's root-ball is about a foot in
diameter. Let's see the cow who dare
Unless she has Mr. bull's permission
This is from the Augusta (Ca.)
"Delinquent subscribers should ti"t
?permit their daughters to wear this
|)iipcr for a bustle. There. being so
much due on it, there is danger of tak
ing a told.'
The Abbeville Medium modestly says
that "the climate of Abbeville is so
genial, and her society so olevated and
hospitable, that n number of cli rming
and intelligent young Itidi s from Cb.nr
Uston will shortly vi.-it ua to'sp end the
S> IS our climate genial and 80 is our
fo.ciety elevated and hospitable?but the
young'men abonc are n sufficient induce
ment in this 'burg.
'1 bunk heaven;,though, Orangeburg
isn't obliged to send to Charleston or
any where else lor "charming and intelli
gent youiig bulie.s." Try us and Bee
The disadvanti.gcs < f carrying n pistol
were illuMinted nil b.Uliduv% in Brooklyn
by a young mail whow uecidi utallj killed
Rut s?pfioa? he had killed his mother
?. - - ~~. " ?
You may have seen tho children 'of
r> lue blind" walking to church, till
< bulled ill a atfioreh't v lor. Yet are
tbey nil children of one parent-} till
-brot-hjpri and ?isters.
You may havo sevn other children
walking to" cJmreli, aud all ol a differ
?out color. Yet irre -tbey all children of
</;/r tpnwiyt and at loat-t halfQ jbrothers
Tljat is to say, iu this part of the
ecu ut ry.
A correfopnndctit thinks that if Hail
Rond Companies admit uegiifcs to their
vnrs, Lester Walla^k ought lo admit
them to bis theatre. It is hardly fair to
ooinpare the two, becauao of this very
great difference between them, to wit :
that Lester Wallnck has a soul to save,
.Kid the Hail Road Companies haven't.
?-N. T. Com. Ad.
That Lester Wullaok has a sould to
save, ifi tho very beat r.n-ou why be
-diould obey the laws of his country.
So, try it again, friend Commercial
But perhaps Lester, though disre
garding his own soul, is doing the besl
thing he can lor those of the colored
people by keeping them out of his
theatre. Well ho ought to know.
A story is going the rounds about n
girl djing of tiuht lacing. Thcst. ugly
corsets should be abolished instanter;
und if thogirls cantiot live without being
squeezed, wo suppose men could be
found who would sacrifice themselves
Wc would Atthcr devote three hours a
day without a cent of pay. as a brevet
corset, than to see our girls dying nil in
that kind of style. Oihco hours almost
Our busincs>. manager attends to thai
department of the OttANOKIttinU Nkws.
In do pcrate cases, however.?siy
from, sixteen to twenty years, an 1 very
pretty, ve --.
The latest axense framed for murder
has been found by a Wisconsin widow,
who has poisoned her huahitud, Swo
children and Several neighbors by
?trycbnin*). Sho does not deuy the
killing, but says she was impelled to it
by heavenly dreams.
We have bolt somewhat easier since
the law against the indiscriminate sale
Although wc are still rather particu
lar about onr coffee fur several days
?fter hearing our hotter half sin.:,
'Tip dreaming, io,"
Some men at Louisville were beltin
/?n toe Weight ol n Iu go mule, when one
man, who was a. go.nl judge of the
>cight of fre block, got bebiud the
inulo and was measuring his liiud quar
ters, when something appoarod to loosen
up tho mule. Just before the expert
died be pave it us Iiis opinion that if the
mule was us heavy nil over as ho was
behind, be n?ust weigh not far from
That couldu't have been our Lewis*
ville. The only thiug they ever have a
doubl about there is as lo bow to decide
a inunieipal election.
There is utiothcr reason : For v and
I were together in LoO ts vi lie, but I
am not with U in I.cWIs ville. Hut
this isn't quite right after all, (br oven
there I am with you and your wife,?
that is to say with double you. (W.)
(Here, wo were obliged to con) oil
with some of W?hlers I-ce.) (Thank
U C olliers !)
There will services in the Methodist
Clitircli lo morrow morniugand evening,
FIRST COTTON. BLOOM?
J. 1>. Kiett handed to us, day before
yesterday the ?rst cotton bloom of the
BCttSOn. In this County at least.
\YA TSON O'CAIN ESQ?
lias our thanks tor' compelling his
brother .lohn O'Cain K?|., to share
vegetables with us last week, and John
has our thanks for submitting so grace
fully to the compulsion.
if ESS ERS VOSE k I'Zh. i /.' -
Our readers will find the ndverti-e
nietit of the abi ve Grm in pur columns
this week. These gentlemen nrc too
well known as Ii i st class grocers for us
to make any further comments
MR. E EXEICI EL?
Not satisfying with beating bis'
competitors in tho jewelry lino, Mr.
Ezekiol la.-t week administered ? boot
ing to the Kditor of the Nrwh, and the
< ditor herewith returns th inks for the
A ORTJOIIN. A OA 'x?
Kortjohn is u peculiar kind of Ili-h
1 utcb for short .John. Hut Kortjohn
is never short of good groceries, good
liquors or good cigars. Let tyhosu who
uio short of cu-h try Mm ; he will shor ?I3
convince them that a dollar goes a long
x'*y st bis store
5 TR ? 1 i rS ?*? N TR E E1 '?
These gentlemen arc prepared #0 give
the highest prices for coi n, pc is an I
rice. They alto beat rice, grind com
I aud wheat on the very easiest terms
Gentlemen who are worthy ol the
confidence of the pooplo should receive
sn undividcr patr Itiage*
VINE CEO VE A t 'A l) I M Y?
We tender our thanks to the Trustees
and Patrons of this flourishing institu
tion, and also to W. Q. Tyson, Esq., for
an invitation to attend the exhibition
and pic nie which are to take place next
Wednesday', the 25th instant, at the
We In pc our tow. ' ill be ? Jl reprc
s i.te 1 oil the oe'ensi" n.
MERONEY k RANTER'S ?USS?
lias been repaired and repainted. All
Orangeburg is crazy in aduliration of
its beauty. All praise is due those
gentlemen for thoir energy -to improve
our Town. Merouey's 15u>s is the bi El
advertisemont Orangeburg ever ha I,
and our citizens should admire and up
hold such an enterprise. Meroncy'f
hotel is the by jotc ol'Oraugchurg, and
bis '.'busses'' arc the best afforded.
x. Y. sex DAY citizen?
We have received several numbers ol
this new paper?n bandsoma quarto,
devoted, as it declares, lo the best kite
re-is of the hi-h population of toi
ijeunty. Iis edit os are evidently Irish
gentlemen, whiuh is equivalent to buy.
ing that its editorials are able, learned,
pungent and witty. It is published Ir,
the Irish National Publishing Coi. No
?l) Calf)eta fcft., New York City. Sue
cess to it.
.The.Other day a mule was standing in
Kussel Street in front of an apothecary
shop, when a s.tro'k of lightning dropped
somewhere behind that mule's tail. And
if that streak of lightning didn't cause
that mule, tail und ?II, to move from iu
front of that shop a good deul quicker
than anything iu that shop could have
made that mule, tail and all, to move
froth in front of that shop, then wc doo'l
know tin difference bellten chain light
ning an I a'bluc pill -that's all '
ij. Herman W?hlers luis a Btunning
advertisement in this weeks News.
Read it end laugh. !tc now offers Ice
lor sale at 2J cents per pound in quant
ties over 10.pounds?and at 2 cents per
pound for 100 pounds und over
We think tho whole matter as to
Captain Juck'? trial, execution &c ,
ought to he. turned over to W?hlers and
Asbury Wnnuumker. J hey arc the best
'?fellers" in To.wu.
THAT OTHER XEW STREET?
Three of the fo >r members of the
Town Council reside, und are property
holders, on the North side of Russell
Street. They recently opened a New
Street, the result of which was to en
hance, considerably, the value of a!l
??ropcrty oil that aide of Kussel I Street,
including their own . Now the people
on the other,side'want a New Street to
connect the Five Chop Road with Mar
kit Street?and they mean to have it,
The opening ol Buch a street ii? d -
inanded not only by the ''South siders,"
but by ail the best interests of the town
The very men who owned property oTon]
the line of the last opened street, and
who assessed its value at about twenty
live di Ilms per acre, now refuse to sell
but ding lots along the line of that
stieet. even nt the rate $1500 per aero !
We need more building lots at prices
low enough to enable poor men to boy
and build ; and to have more lots wc
must have more Streets.
Wake up '. City Fathera 1 we arc
going for yen every time un il we have
that other New Street.
Professor (jnudsmtl, ot the University
of Heyden, re died here yesterday. He
comes to study the workings of our
institutions and their rcsrults. So far
as the ?'workings" of our institutions go,
he must need travel around a good di-al t?i
satisfy himself, but he can gel a.perfect
epitome of the "results" by simply visi
ting the Tombs?iV )' C'omi AU.
Kvcry dug has his day; Tlij following
beautiful lines were written before Juc.k'tf
day was over : * *
I'm Cnptain Jack of the Lava buds,
im. orl: o" i lie .vail," und cliirl ?j l lif Ileus,
j I kin '-lif the har" and acnlp the heads
Of the whole United States Armv.
. Hillings give us two items on "gain" :
The partridge, grouse and phosant are
coisiiiJ, and either one uf thetn, sir.id
die, n gridiron natural euuff tew have
ben born there.
An l'>wa eh arch niMiit tobe patriotic
in having iis steeple painted with ' -tirs
and utripes;" but the prcieil r s lit i,
that stringers arc continually led thith
er to seek an "easy shave."
rIST OF LETTERS Kemiiiii
j :ng in the Orangeburg l'oal Ottice for
the week ending June llili. 1873.
B ? Mrs, A. Barton.
G?("apt. Ualiaghor. L'. S. A. Isaih
b?Mrs. Martha A. Long.
M? E'ccxnnd'er, Makulvay,
N?ti. M. N'wrri.1. .
S?Alvin Talley. Miss Kmma Stevens.
Stephen Scarborouogh. *,
T? Mrs Sheley Tyler.
VY?Henry AV. Walles. (*2)
To June 18th, 187:1.
A?T D Axson.
H?M V Block, W F Binnicker, Ali?
1'?Master Henry J. Dnntxler.
C ? Miss K M Orny.
J ? Mrs Ann Johnson, Louis Jenkins, Mrs
L ? B Livingston.
p?luim H Pooser, Jesse Pe*.irs<m.
|;?i w Hohson.
V Mrs M b Till.
W- Lena \\ iso Miss Mary Wis?.
Persona calling for the above lot tors will
please *?ay I hey are u Ivortisod. ,
P. 1) M \KS P. M.
.?i A it iv KT is J IM) in s.
Office of tiik OiiANOKnoun News,
June, 20th ist :
COTTftN? Salrs during the weak "J 1
bales. W o quol o :
Low Ml Idling.10 @
rtocnn Hick.Sl.lp per ousliel
Cohn..-...'. rl.u? per bitahol.
Cow Pr?s. 1.00 per buahel.
I'im>i:i:s. 1,10 per bushel.
OFFICE COUNTY AUDITOR,
OnAsrottBttRUl S.O., May ??".Uli 1878.
NOTICE of llodempi inn of lands s(,M ?f
Delinquent land sale May 1H72, to a. f.
Drowning. 0. W. Paxier and 'i lia 1 l .
TAKE N?TICE, that John F. Griffin
O. W. Thompson and Mrs. M. A. Thomas,
have made application for ilie redemption
of their Heal Estate sidd at faid sale, and
havo paid into the County Treasury tin. full
amount of taxes penalties kc, together
with g.? per ecu* additional, as required by
JAMI K VANTASSEL,
, County Auditor.
I may 9) :it
TOSE & IZLAR
HAVE TUE GREATEST ASSORTMENT OK \
And sells them ClIKAPER-than anj other House iu Oranguburg.
Jte?f?oods DULIYKRED at any portion of tho Town.}
ME Ah AND GRIST AT MILL PRICES,
jiino 21 G2
THEODOEE K0H2T & BU0TH3SE,
n ronsf'iuoneo >>r, and nolwith it in ling
tili? general depression iu tra<le, aud the
stringency of available cash funds, iu >>rder tu facilitate sales will oJer for Cash,
WITUOUT 11KOAK1) to PROFITS
WITHOUT H 5SHI.VK, UNUSUAL
SPKI IAL II VUG UN'S
in their Various Departments. Purchasers are invited to Cull to he convinced
of t lie ahuVU facts.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
I:i .V'iliriiict, Qu ttit'i it of the* Fir et Itnpor- j
E. J. OLIVEROS, M. D.,
DRUGS, MKDU'INKS, PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISH, 5kon.-KN PLOSIV E
I. \M PS. GARDEN SEEDS, &c. Sc.,
PUESf IUT.10NS prepared wiilt AlVl'tt
ACV nn.I I"! DELITY, foi which |.nr|. w.. a
lull an.I complete assortment of PURK
CHEMICALS nml UENL'INE DRUGS will bo
constanily An hand.
n ? experience?a^toccestfitl bo-duos*
mrcer of mere than Mgnl years in Oi inyo
httrg. a ?ro???i knowledge of tha In; Lit
MARKET ni home and abroad, will alfor 1 a
sulHaieiit guarantee that all good* suM or
dispensed at my establishment will b ?
GENUINE nn.l KELIAULE.
Appreciating the success which in the
past bus attended my efforts, I have de
termined io spare no pains to merit a enn
tin.'iuce id the patronage so liberally bestow
E. J. QLEVEROS M. l>.
No. 100 Kussel Strecl Orangeburg.
Gcirl reduction in prices of SpringGeods
bought in the last ten day.
IF VG U W A NT TO C KT TU E II ES 1' AN U
Cheapest ready-made Spring Clothing,
go to Mi N'A M ARA'S.
IK VOfJ WANT I.AMI'S AND CHILD
rcn's Shoes of the best quality und at low
prices, gu 1? MuNA.MARA'S.
F VOl? WANT LADIES DRESS GOODS
Cheap an I Stylish, go io
IF Vor WANT GUNTEEMEN'S CASSI
meres. Cloths, Tweeds, Meltons, Drab'
?Pete, Summer drills and collonadcs, eie.,
nil of the iiesi quality, and the largest Stook
in town, and al low prices! loo, if.
F VOU WANT GOOD SUGAR, s LRS
For $1, go to Mi N A MAUA S.
T YOU WANT GOOD RROWN HOME*
pun one wide, at 12] cents, go to
McNA M \i; VS.
LY \nV H AN'T TO HUV CHEAP FOE
Cn>U, go to M. NAM All AS.
Iteing lhankful for 1 ho liberal patronage
bestowed on me in the past, I respectfully
Bclioil a continuance of the same.
.1 McN \ MAN \. '
Apprll 25, 187.1 ly.
flie Stato of South Carolina
In ruf. CouiiT or PnoiiATB.
Hv AUGUSTUS I'.. KNOWLTON, Esq.,
?iydgs ?f Probate in said County.
WHKREAb, Augustns .1 Avinger hath
made suit to BIO to grant to him Letters o*
Administration of the Estate and ?Herls of
Lawrence Avinger, lute ol Bald Cptiuty, do
These are therefore to eite and adm ?nisli
nil and singular the kindred and fie IIlor8
of lliOaSahl deceased, to be and appear be
fore me at a Court of Probate lor Hie said
County, to im holden al my Office in (?1 mge
burg, S. ('., on Mondn v |H|h day of June
1K7-1, at 1*' o'clock A. M., to show cause if
any, why the said Adinintsfraliot, shonhl
. not be granted.
GTvei barter my hand and t!ie S.-ul of the
Court,4his UOtli day Ol May A. 1>. 1878,
and in the '.i7ih yeur ot American In de?
|L.s.) AVGVfitVi B. KNOWLTON,
' uMy it I ??i I ' Judge of Probate.
DM. A. C. DUKES'j
crangkrijrg, s. c,
m: m.r.n m
t ink to I i.PT soaps,
BUCK II ks
per fu met,
PURK WINKS ami liquors for MeJicula.1
!>>, e-WOODS mid dye-stuffs generally*
A iMJllineoT TOBACCO ?nd SEOARS.
Farmers and Physicians from the Country
will find our Stock of Medicines Complete,
W trrunted 'Jenuinu lud of Ort Ifttol Qualify.
I.?t fresh oa It den seeds.
jau 11 o tf
!>(> You Want
if vol* want
WUT.UK YOU'LL FIND
Any and Everything.
Ilo\ "J tf
?"^?) A Valuable laventioiiej^O
AN FNTIRELY NEW
FOR DOMESTIC USE.
OM.Y FIVE DO I. Ii A RS.
w itii tim" m'.w
Patent Button Hole Worker.
NIE MOST SIMPLE AND COMPACT IN
THE MOST DURABLE AND ECONOML
CAL IN USE.
V MODEL OF COMBINED STRENGTH
Com pi el o in all it* parts, uses the Straight
Eye Pointed Needle, Self Threading, direct,
upright Positive Motion, New Tension, S?dt
Feed and Cloth Guider. Operates by Wheel
and on a Tnblo. Light Running, Smooth
and noiseless like all good high priced
ninchincs. II. - patent check to prevent the
whcol being turned the wrong ivay. Uses
the thread direct from the epoo|. Makes
the Elastic Keek Stitch (lim-st and strongeol
glitch known:) Arm, durable, close and
rapid. Will no all'kinds of work, tine ami
coarse, from Cambric te heavy Cl?lh or
beat her, and uses all descriptions ol ttfread.
The best mechanical talent in America
and Kuropo, has been devoted to iin]irovmg
and simplifying our Machines, combining
only that which is practicable, und dis
pensing with all complicated surroundings
generally fourtdin other machines.
Special terms and extra inducements to
male ami female agents, store keepers, tto.f
wIm w ill establish agencies through iho
country and keep our new machines on ex
hibition and sale. County rights given to
smart agents tree. Agent's complete outfits
furnished w it hont nny extra charge.
Samples of F.'wlng, descriptive circulars
containing terms, testimonials, engravings,
Are., -?ont free . ?
Address, BROOKS SEWING MACHINE
I 0 . N'v 1 130 Broadway, New York.
fob I) lr
IT IS NOW SETTLED
THAT tlio "ENTERPRISE SALOON" conducted by .1 HERMAN W?HLERS btfcf
ONLY PLACE in Ornngeburg where anything like FANCY DRINKS, or COOLlNtt M*
DELICIOUS BEYER \OES ar? prepared, end it it eery certain.
That Captain Jack and Ellen's Man
Were they here, would wonder at the delicious mode io which ??fire-water" can he do?
co cted. All the wonderful Summer diguiscs, such at
"CLARET-PUNCHES." "SHERRY-COBBLERS." "COCK-TAIL.V ??WHITE-LIONS,"'
??MINT-J?LI^S." "GIN-8LINQR." BRANDY-SMASHES." "LEMONADES
<t la baton." SODA-WATER arrc NW mouehe." 8RINS." TOD
DIES, - "CROWDF.R8" and "olla podrid*" of
Are to be brought to Orangeburg,
Tn fact nre already here and HOURLY COMPOUNDED and HOURLY ENJOYED Uj the
l.t'H vivant* nnd those who posses* the #*??/// rivre'and a little tlirherrwithal."
Those who fancy the death of the Duke of Clarencj und who would like
To be Drowned in a Hogshead of
Can find the MATERIALS for this- glorious suicide, but would doubtless be dissuaded
trom such ti purpose on stopping in
At the Enterprise Saloon .
Kept ever OPEN and BRIGHT
BY J. HERMANN WAHLERS.
j iure 21 00*
Southern Life Insurance Company.
PRINCIPAL OFFICES:?Mkmpihi Ti:nn\, and Atlanta, Ga.
Memphis Office.?T. A. Nelson, President. A Woodruff, Vic?-Preaident
Benjamin May, Secretary*,
Atlanta Office.?John B. Gordon, President, A. H. Cohmitt, Vicc-Pre?U
dent. J. A. Morris, Secretary.
ULACK & WARRHsG, Gcnernl Agents, Columbia, South Carolina.
J. A. Hamilton, Resident Agent, Ornngeburg, South Carolina.
ASSISTS Januarv 1st, 1S73 - - 8.1534,488.97
ANNUAL INCOME ..... -,$1,000,000.
?lUNG?BUn? manch" of .south cabolina
Dr. W. F. Barton, Robert pVpea, ? Jaincd F. Izlar;
John A. Hamilton, Dr. YV\ YV. Wdnnam&cr; E. Kussel Zimmerman,
Thud. C. Andrews, W. J. D?'Tr<?villc, George Boliver,
Paul S. Folder, Thomas Zimmerman, James Van Tassel,
James Stokes, John L. Xfooror, Samuel Dibble,
L. R. Beckw'.th, Henry Mooror.
Dr.. \V. F. BahtoN, Chairman,
Joux A. Hamilton, Secretary,
Paul s. Felder,
Jamks* F. Izi.au,
Gkohue Boi.ivkh, a
This Company iafucs policies on all approved plans and pays losses promptly^
For further information, apply to
JOHN A. HAMILTON.
Resident Agent, Orangeburg, 80. C
June 12, 1873 17 3m
W. T. M?LLER,
Is offering his ENTIRE STOCK of
Groceries, Liquors* Boots, Shoes
And ail oilier in Store at
All in want of BARGAINS will do well to call just
ROUND THE CORNER
may 24 ? 00
Messrs. LAZARUS & MORRIS,
OPTICIANS & OCULISTS,
Have, with a view to meet the increasing demand for thair
dealer in watches, clocks, jewelry, silver and plated WARD, AC,
i>JGX OF TUE BIG \\ A TCIf. Oranphurg, S< C.
- As their Sole Agout for this Plaoe,
These SPECTACLES are UNEQUALLED by any for tbeir STRENGTHENING qaali
tips, producing a CLEAR and DISTINCT VIStON, as In the Nalnral HesKhy SIGHT.
They are the only Spectacles that PRESERVE as wall an ASSIST the SIGHT!. Aa4 are
the Cheapest because the Beat, always lasting Many Years wohtnt obang* being ase?try.
caution.?K. EZEHIIX. Sign ?f RIG WffiCH. Orangvbnrg, s. c, Agawt
for Or?ngoh'irg, M. c. ft&t w* ?onploy uo IVldlor^
Way I? Q<1