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A fee**! wind?a sneeze.
A oorn extractor?A crow.
A smart thing?A mustard plaster.
A serious turn?Twisting one's neck.
An application of powdered blueing
will instantly relieve the sting of an in
Chicago real estate operator to his
wife: "Do you love roe, dear?" She:
"Lots." [KidJ ] "Do you lovo me 7"
He: "Corner Lots." [Several kisses]
A clergy ms n said tho other day that
modern young ladies were not the
dnnghters of Shem and Ham, but the
daughters of Hem and Sham.
An editor says bis ancestors bare beeu
in the habit of living a h undrod years.
His oppouent responds by saying "that
was before the introduction of capita 1
An English lady ato oysters all
through the month of August, when she
could get them, under tho supposition
that there was an "r" in that month.
??'Oigust" was the way she spelled it.
An editor asserts that his ancestors
have been in the habit of living a hun
dred years. His opponent responds by
paying that "that was before the intro
duetion of capital punishment."
A lather in Massachusetts, who grew
impatient at the prolonged stay of an
ardont admirer of his daughter, entered
the room nnd invited the young man to
remain to breakfast. The young man
declined the invitation.
The other morning Jenkins announced
the price of tickets in an advertisement
of his coming lecture, as follows ; "Tick
ets fifty cents. Children supplied at the
same rates." During the nfternoon he
received orders for throe and a pair of
A physioian, on presenting his bill to
the executor of the estate of a deceased
patient, asked, "Do you wish to have
my bill sworn to?" "No," replied the
executor : "the death of the decedent
is sufficient evidence that you attended
A farmer's daughter out West receiv
ed a hairy poodle dog from a friend iu
Now York. The unsophisticated dam
scl wrote back thanking her friend for
tho present, and saying ihnt Ae found
it very handy, when tied to a stick, to
clean windows with.
An Indian complaining to a rumscller
that the price of his liquor -ans too high,
the latter, in justification, "said : That
it cost as inuoh to keep a hogshead of
brandy as to keep a cow." "Maybe he
drink to much water," replied the ludian
"but ho no eats bo much hay."
"I am not used to begging," said a
little girl to a lady of whom she had ask
ed alms, "because only two weeks ago
my pa was a merchant!' "Why, how
could be be roduced to poverty so soon '/"'
"My fathor took a bad two dollar bill at
his peanut stand, and it ruined him,"
sobbed the child
"Most extraordinary," said Sergeant
Warren, the author of "'IVn 1 housand
a Year," who was always boasting of his
visits to great houses: "1 dined at the
Duko of Northumberland's on Monday,
and there was no fish for dinner." "No,"
cried Douglas Jcrrold; "they had eaten
it up stairs."
"Ah !" said old Mrs. Dootenberry,
"laming if a great thing , I've often
felt the need of it. Will yon bolieve it?
I'm now sixty years old, and I only know
the name of three months in the year;
and them's spring, summer aud autumn.
I larnt them whem I was a little bit of
a gal !"
Josh Billings was asked, "How fast
does 60und travel?" His idea is th it
it depends a great deal upon the noise
' you arc talking about, "the Bound of a
dinner horn, for instance, travels half a
Mile in a second ; while an invitation
tew git up in the morning I have known
to be 3 quarters uv an hour goin' up 2
pair of stairs, and then not have
strenghth enufc to be heard."
The unjust charges of bankrupt offi
cers have at last attracted the attention
of a Virginia Judge. Iu tho Eastern
District Court of Virginia an order has
been issued which provides that "oo con
structii o traveling expenses shall be al
lowed to the assignee in uuy case in bank
ruptcy: nor any traveling oxpensea in
any case, when the order desired could
be obtaiued by mail; and in no case where
the assets coining to the control of the
assignee do not exceed the exemption
allowed thcbankruptshallthe allowance
over und abovo the original deposit oi
fifty dollars, exceed twenty dollars to the
register, fifteen dollars to the assignee,
and ten dollars to tho clerk, and expen
ses actually and necessarily incurred."
There arc suggestive newspaper items
A young widow, Mrs. Lottie Palmer, a
1 while ago opened a photograph gallery
in lticine, Wisconsin. The oouscqaonce
was a perfect passion on tho pan of the
gent lemen of Racine to be photopmphed.
This might do for the single sitters and
the widowers, but when the married
met. began to have their pictures taken
the matrons of Jtaoina went for that
gallery, domoliohed the camera and geq
er llyputa negative in the most post.
tive way upon tho business. Mis* Alice
Johnson a pretty young girl, having star
ted a barber shop in a Kansas city, a
local paper states that all the wires in
town seemed moved by a common ins
pulse to present their husbands with
somo little love token. By a remarka
ble roincideneo they all selected razors
and brushes and mugs ? Union Herald.
The "Rebel" Dead?The first
grave decorated on Friday lsst at Calva
ry Cemetery, near Chicago, was that
of an unknown rebel officer.?Not one
member of the prooeasiou passed it
without laying on the mound a floral
The above (say* tlt? Chronicle d> Srn
nelf) we clip from au exchange. Vfc
I publish it for the purpose of showing
that in some localities, at lo ist, hatred
of tho South and of hor cause is being
replaced by good will and kindly feeling
Such graceful acts as the ono mentioned
above will do much towards bringing
about peace and reconciliation and will
be fully appreciated by tho Southern
peipfo.? Edijefield Adver t?er.
THE ORANGEBURG NEWS
AUGUSTUS B. KXOWI/JL'OX,
Financial am? Pimsess ? Manaiirs.
Official Paper of the State ami
oT OrnnsrolHirsr Count j.
Efir TUE ORANGE UV MG SEWS HAS
A LA EG Eh' CIRCULATION THAN
ANY OTHER PATER IX TEE CO UN
SATURDAY, JUNK 28, ISTL
The 2?Uli Chapter ?I" Actrt and
the Mandamus fane.
St. Panl ( Republican) ? King Agrippa,
believesl thou the prophets ? I know
that thou bclievest.
Agrippa (Bourbon Democrat)?-A!
most trtmi persuades! mc In be a cbris
tian (i r. a .Republican )
St. Paul?I would to (iod that not
only then, but also all that heir me this
thy were both almont. and altogether
such as 1 am excettt thr*e fanids.
Be it Remembered.
A t a meeting of white and colored
citizens held in the city of New Orleans
on the evening of the l?th instant,
Ccn. P. G. T BeauregardjChsiruiui, res
olutioni were unanimously ad ptod
''favoring, for the welfare of Louisiana
in her present extremity, a unification
of all meu of whatever color, race or re
ligion, vi bo are citizens of Louisiana, and
who arc willing to work for her prosperi
ty : advocating the equal and impartial
exercise by every citizen of every civil
and political ri;;bt guaranteed by the
('oustitutii n and laws of Louisiana, by
tho Constitution and laws of the Uuited
States, and by the laws of houor, brithcr
hood, and fair do.-iling, maintaining the
right of every citizen to visit at will all
places of public resort, ami to trarel at
will on all vehicles of public conveyance
upon terms of perfect equality with any
and every citizen, so far as our influence,
counsel mid example may go to make
thin ri^ht a live ami practiced right:"
The lesolutioi s futlher declared iu
favor of "cucourag'ng colored citizens in
rural districts to becomo proprietors of
the soil to the extent of reeommending
to all land proprietors of the State the
policy of considering the question of
breaking up tho name into small farms ,
in order that colored citizens and white
immigrants may become practical far
mers, and cultivators of the soil," and
that there should be '*on distinction in
public schools or State educational in
These most wise, timely, and. in view
of the positiou formerly occupied by
tlen. Heaurcgard, remarkable resolu
lions, conclude by pledging "honor nod
good faith towards rapidly removing
prcducies heretofore existing a gainst
color, deprecating acts of violence from
whatever source," and declaring
'that in view of the mumerical equal
ty between the white and oolored ele
ments of the popul.srion, we shall ad v?.
rate an equal distribution of offices of
our State, demanding as the only cosdi
tion of our suffrage, honesty, diligenoo
aud ability, and we advooate this not
because of the officers themselves, but
simply as a not hor earnest proof upon our
pirt that all we desire is an equal union
and not an illusive conjunction brought
about for the sole benefit of one or other
Of (he parties to that union."
When such comprehensive, liberal
and large-minded aeutiiucute are public
ly and emphatically uttered aud en
dorsed by IT KUH E 0. T. llKATJ REGARD,
the first General of the late Confederate
army, a gentleman without rcproaoh and
a patriot without stain, what shall he
said of the petty privates of tho "home
guard" whose ouly memories are of past
animosity, whose only vocabulary is one
of hate and bitterness, who never harmed
their enemy in war, and who are too
malignantly imbecile to aid their friends
in peace T
The fanners talk "blue," some of
them, but they don't look as if they
expected very bad things, aftur all.
Its a way our good farmer- have, every
Spring and enrly Summer, of being
absolutely convinced that the crops are
cither drowned out or dried up, but,
somehow or other, every Fall aud Win
ter, they "conic up smiling" with plenty
of money to pay off liens and other
debts, nnd a nice little balance fur a new
horse or mule, buggy or wagon, and
something else beside. Tbe truth is,
that this section is perhaps the one in
all ihe country most sure to give a cer
tain returu to tho farmers.
They never make so large a crop to
the acre as in Alabama and some other
States,- but then, again, they never
experience tho fatal disasters *o common
in those States. Here the .v orage in
good. And this is, in truth, all things
considered, tho best for tho farmer,
pecuniarily as well as nionlly. If the
farther-South farmer makes a large
crop be is led into all sorts of extrava
gance? if his crop fails he. in plung'-d
into debt and despair.
Tbe sure though moderate return is,
as we have said, the best in morals and
in money matters. /?i me*iio (Htittimm?
the middle ?ourse is safest.
Exhibition nnd IMc-Mo of the
Pine Grove Academy. .
On Wednesday last, 25th instan?., we
had the pleasure, by special i iriution.
of attending the exhibition and Pin Nie
at Pine drove Academy, in School
District No. 10, Orange Township.
This school was reopened on 2d Do
cember last by Mr. William O. Tyson,
and, with the exception of a week'*
adjournment at Christmas, has been iu
regular ae*sion ever since, tho average
daily attendance at no time being less
than twenty, a fact reflecting much
credit upon tho intelligence of the
The morning was hot and cl nidles*.
No pleasant zephyr mitigited the fierce
ness of the sun's rays. ITnbrellns, p*ra
sols and fans were at a premium, and all
doubts, had any existed, that the Sum
mer solstice had fairly set in, were
entirely dissipated. At an early hour a
stream of conveyances flowed out of
Orangeburg on tbe Belleville Road,
bound for the Pic Nie. The advooate
laid aside the "codo," the merchant
forsook the counter, the clerk harried
into hit holiday attire, all apparently
well conteut to seek the wooded shades
of the country for a day's recreation.
On gaining the school house we found
a large crowd from the country already
assembled, and the tall pitica sad pleas
j ant green oaks of the rural spot wavel
over as pleasant a sylvan sccuc as we
have witnessed in many a day. The
school house, deoorated with the green
est of grren vines entwined around the
posts and festooned beneath the eaves of
the piazza, hong with wreaths of fir
beipaugled with flowers, and draped
with white rnrtains, attracted much
pleasant criticism, and proclaimed the
good taste and commendable desire to
please of the ynung ladies of the school;
while the neatness of the surrounding
arrangements were equally to the credit
of the boys.
At 10 A. M. Mr. Tyoncnme to the
front of the stage, announced the com
raenoement of the ezereises, and read a
letter received by him from Hon. J. K
Jillaon, State Superintendent of Kdoca
ttoo, expressing regret at his inability
to attend in consequence of a prior en
gagenxnt elte where. The days program
me was then proceeded with
The following is a list of Dialogues
and Speeches with the namea of tho
the wonderful scholar.
Miss Anns Rickenbak.t, Miss Olivia
Uliner, Master Jacob Summon.
THJC BOUND (iiu1..
Miss Marj O'Cain, Miss Sallio Pooaer.
Misses Euphemia and Kexia Thompson.
TUX UNFORTUNATE SCHOLAR.
Misses Marj O'Cain, Olivia Cliner,
fallio Pooiar, Euphemia Thompson.
Masters Jacob Till, John Till, Boss
Rickenbaoker, John Rickcnbacker,
Willie O'Cain, Lewis O'Cain aud John
Johu Ulmer, Alice Rickenbaoker,
WHO WORKS THE HARDEST.
Annie Riokenbacker, John Rioken
AMATEUR FARM IND.
Misses Ncelio lnabinot, Alice Ricken
A riiAOE FOR EVERYTHING.
Alice Rickenbaoker, Sallie Pooser,
John rimer, Boas Riokenbacker.
Miss Carrie Pooser, Miss Emma
Rickcnbacker, Miss Neelic Inabiuct,
Mr. John Inubioet.
Speeches were then made by
Jacob Summers, Boss Rickcnbacker,
John Till aud John U mer.
The performances were very good,
the parts well memorised, and
each recitation and address gave
evident pleasure and satisfaction. The
speeches were listened to with much
attention, Master John Clmer, in the
last one, making a visible impression.
The morning's exercises closed by ro
able address by Pavid R. Jamison
Rsq , of Orangeburg, prepared for the
occasion at the particular request of Mr.
Tyson. The extrem heat of the room pre
vented its receiving the full attention it
merited and impelled the speaker to
abbreviate bis remarks.
At 1 P. M. the. tables were spread
with a collation, which in quantity and
quality wi<uld have msdc the mouth ot
a gourmand water. The repast was
interrupted somewhat by a hcavj
thunder shower, but not before the
"inner matt" of mos* of those present
tia? been sirrplj forrlficil.
In the afternoon addresses by Mai
col in T. Browning, Esq., Hugo O. Sheri
dan, Esq., and .fudge A. B. Knowbon.
closed the proceedings of a pleasant and
A ?-irl who lever Saw a Young
An obi man who lives oear St. Hele
na, California, in a wild solitude, has a
very pretty daughter, aged 19, who haJ
probably never scon a young man till her
father took her to Sao Francisco the
other day to see the town. She was
dressed up prettily, for the first time in
her life, and hrr silks and ribbons aud
the gay sights almost turned her head.
Rut what most interested her was that
hithcito unknown being?the young
Every time she saw one she would fix
her eyes earnestly on him and she actu- j
ally made several attempts to getaway
from the old man that she might culti
vate the acquaintance, of these young
gentlemen, so that he finally caught bcr
ai d led her by the hand. After he got
on the boat for Valleto, on the home
ward trip, be felt pretty safe and conclu
dad to take a drink. He took several
and in his absence the daughter made
the acquaintance of twosprigbtly young
men on the boat, and she was so fascina
ted with male society that she made
arrangements to forsake her old father
and go with thern.
She successfully gave her father the
slip when they left the boat for the oars,
and the infatuated girl was stowed be
tween them in a smokiwg car. But her
father feund her and whirled her out
of that car in the liveliest manner, and
kept his hands on her till they reached
home. He will not dare expose her to
such peril again, and the poor girl i?
destined to close confinement out of the
world of young men nnlese she runs
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Apply the fluni extract of lobelia to
mosquito bites and you will bo instantly
relieved of the itching.
Kurekii Chnpter, No. 13, R. A. M.
The REGULAR CONVOCATION of the
shove CHAPTER will be held on Friday
July 41 b 187?, at ft o'eloe** P. M.
By order of M K. II. P.
jnae 2ft?if Secretary
WHAT PLEASE* THE JLAD1K8!
WHEBLBR 4 WILSON 81WING MA
They eaft he had byralllwg at Mrs. OVhw
dorffs Millerery Establishment.
J. T. SIMMONS,
I Canvassing Agent,
1 june 2*?I'm Orangeburg, sr. c.
Hoiio- in hereby given that fr?m en and
after TUI8DAY, the FIRST DAY of JULY,
1878, to WEDNESDAY the 20th DAY tf
AUGUST, the Office will be OPEN to re
ceive the RETURNS of RIAL and PIU
80NAL PROPIRTT of this County. Tax
payers are requested to have a Correct List
of the different Classes of Lands ai follows :.
Number of tores of Planting Land.
Number of Acres of Meadow and Pas
Number of Acres ef Weed Lnnd.
And Number of Buildings.
Eaoh Tract of Land must be returned
separate in the Tewnship where it lies,
and at the same time they will make their
Return of Personal Property, Moneys and
Tax-payers are urgently requested to be
PROMPT in MARINO their KIT URNS aa
the Law requires me to n?M a Penally of
60 per cent, to the Real und Personal Pro
perty of Delinquent?, which in EVERY
INSTANCE WILL Bl DONI.
JAS. Vax TASSEL,
june 2? 8t
Orakgkbubo, 8. C,)
June 25th. 1?73. j
- Extra meeting of Council, held this
'25th day ol June, 187.'!, the following
Resolutions and regulations recommen
ded by .the Hoard of Health, nre ap
proved, adopted ami made of force :
I. All tenants of premises ?hall, at least
twice a week, from the 'J-Sth of June to the
28th of October, apply to all sinks on their
premises a sufficient quantity of dry earth or
topsoil to rover all offensive substances there
II. Every tenant of premises shall ifmove
offensive matter from such premises as often
a* practicable, and have the same transported
beyond the settled portion of the town to a
loe-ation where it will he detrimental to no
one ; and that every tenant shall upon order
of the Hoard of Health, at once remove any
such offensive matter to such point as the
Hoard of Health may designate.
III. The Board of Health shall hold regu
lar meetings at the office of the Si-rretary of |
the Hoard, on the first and third Tuesdays of
the months of July, August, September and
October, at 5} o'clock. I*. M.J and complaints
from any resident of the town may be submit
ted in writing tu any member of the Hoard,
and shall l>e acted on at any regular or extra
mee 'ua of the Board.
Immediately after the 28th of June,
the members of the Hoard of Health will
make a thorough inspection of all premises
i i the town, ami all tenants of premises shall
carry into effect such recommendation* and
in.structions as they shall receive from any
iiioiuIht of the Hoard doing such ins|?ortion.
V- The fown Marshal idiall insj>cct any
or all promises in the town, whenever re
q lired to do so by the Chairman of the Hoard
VI. The Chairman, or anv two member*
of the Hoard, shall have power to call extra
mee;ing^ of the lV?ard.
That any person or persons violating any
of said regulations shall he subject to a inc
of twenty dollar*, in addition In expenses in
CUtTr I, or imprisonment, not exceeding
twentv davH, nl the di-crction of the Council.
V U w RRifttiMANX,
F.. J. <*uvrr?o?,
i lerk <? T. C
June 2>th. 18/3 10 It
^HTATK IVOTIt'E.?All Per
j sons having demand* sgninst the f.a
lute of llie lute Jolin It. MllhoUS, d?c?:r?sed,
are requested to prestni ihr snnie. properly
attested, to the undersigned; and all per
sona indebted to said Estate are rtqu-ate 1
to n iko immediate pNyment to
It. BENSON TARRANT.
P. O. Gruhams T. t>., S. Ca.
The State of South Carolina.
OR A N G Kill* R0 COH NT V.
In the Court of I'rohatk.
By AUGUSTUS B. KN0YVLT0N, Esq.
Judge of Trolojie in said Connty.
WHEREAS, George Boliver, Clerk, hath
applieil to me for Leiters of Administration
on the F.?tnie of William 0. t'ofer, lute of
Orangeburg County, dcccat>ed.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the Kindred and Creditor*
of the said deceased, to be and appear be
fore me at a t'ourt of Probate for the said
County, to be holden at Orangchtfrg on the
14th <luy of July, 187:5, at It) o'clock A.
M. to show cause if any. why the said Ad
ministration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and i be Seal of my
Court, this '24?b day of Jnne A. D. 187:t,
and in the ninety-seven! b } ear of American
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
[L.S.] Judge of Probate O. C.
june 1*8 . ? 2t
By virtue of Sundry Executions to me di
rected. I will sell to the bighea* bidder, at
(iranRcburg C. II., on the FIRST MON
DAY in July next. Foil CASH, all the
Right, Title and Interest of the Defend
ants in the following Property, vi?:
\\\ thnt certain lot and buildings thereon
situate and being in the Town of Lewisville,
Omngcburg County, on the Western side of
South Carolina Railroad, bounded North by
lands now or lately of ihc Soulh Carolina
Railroad Company, separated by a line 141
feet long, and on the Hast by a line 82 feet
long, running parallel to the main tract of
the said Railroad 100 feet from centre of
said tract, and on the South by aline 161
feet long separating it from lot now or late
ly of said Railroad Company, occupied by
Station Master, and on the West by a line
8*2 feet long separating it trom lands now or
lately of said Railroad Company.
One other tract of lnnd in said County,
containing 88 aei es more leas, bounded by
lands of F. J. Buyck, Wm. Spigner and W.
II. Wise. Levied on as the property of Win
field Clark at the suit of Belcher, Park &
Co., and other*
One Horse. Levied on as the property of
L. K. Myers at tire suit of R. E Clark.
Sheriff s Once. 1 K I. CAIN,
OrangebfTfg C. H. 8. C , I 8. O. C
Jone 2lUh, 1871. J
jnne 31 td
J\ sons bating claims against the F.stats
ot L. Hayna Culler lata of Orangeburg
CttVntJ, deceased, are rsquirod to pressirt
sworn ataiewoata I bo re of, and those Indeb
ted to (be same will make payeanrt to,
J. W. CULLER,
Oraafeburg Jaa? 21 1878 tt
Sal? Under Mortgage.
By virture of t> certain Mortgage, nnd
under the direction of the Mortgsgers. I
will ?eil at Orangeburg, a). C, in front of
the Sheriffs Office, ou Monday, the 7th day
of July, 1873, at 12 o'clock, M. One small
Bay Stellion, the property of the late VY. It.
Matbtny, sold under Mortgage made and
executed by him to Messra YYroton and
W. n. JOINER,
Agent of Mortgages.
June 21 187-t 3t
THK STATE OF SOUTH CARO
COUNTY OF ORANGEBURG.
In TiiK Common Plcas.
The State?EiRelatione i Bill
The .Solicitor of the 8< nth- j- to Perpetuate
eru Circuit, j Testiniony.
Er parte ) Application to pro. .
E. A. Thomas. / Lost Deed.
Application on oath having been made by
E. A. Thomas to prove the pant Existence,
I.o^a and Content? of a Deed dated the 10
Jan., 18.r>0, from thin applicant to Win.
Frederick. It is ordered?
That all persons having like or opposite
interest in paid Deed, whether rendered in
this State or out of it ; and who desire to <io
so, shall appear and cross examine the evi
dence produced; and introduce evidence in
repij before me, at mj Office at Orungebnrg
on I be 20th day of September next.
June 14th, "187.1. Referee,
jnne 21 3m
Ornng-eburjc Agricultural und
* Mechanical Association.
The Stockholders are hereby called upon
to pay the second instalment of FIVE DOL
LARS per ahare, to Kirk Robinson Esq.,
Treasurer, at Citizens Savings Bank,
Orangeburg, 8. C on or before the twenty
firsl day of July, 1H73.
By Order of the Board of Directors,
SAMUEL DIBBLE, Secretary,
June 21 21
NOTICE RY EXFXUTRIX.?
All persons having demands against
Ihe Estate of Moses Braddy, deceased, are
hereby notified to present the same proper
ly attested, and all indebted to said Estate
to make payment to
jnne 7 3t
A FINE LOT. For Sale Cheap by.
THAD C. ANDREWS,
jnne 7 If
The recent decisions of ihe Supreme
Court of the United States hare declared
the HOMESTEAD ACTS of this Stale nn
constitiitienal as lo debts contracted prev
ious to lfltift.
The last amendment In the Bankrupt law
rives to the d'tuor the same exemption of
real and per?onal property as was given lo
hin by the HOMES TEA D LAW.
The only way that HOMESTEADS can be
secured is by taking the benefit oftheCank
Especial attention has been and will be
devoted to this' branch of the law by
BROWNING A BROWNING,
Attorneys at Law.
Russell Street, Orangeburg S C.
may 24 It
NOTICE.? The toparlncr
SHIP hrretefore known by the firm
name?f LI GUT FOOT A CANNON, at Light
foot's Old Stand, is this day Dissolved by
mutual eonservt. All persons indebted to
said firm will please make immediate pay
ment to J. W. t'innnn at the above stand.
W. T. LIGHTFOOT,
J. W. GANNON.
May 1?th, 1871. 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 examine my Stock.
J. W. CANNON,
may. 24 3t
MRS. C. S. M^TTLIS,
Takes pleasure in announcing to h?r Cus
tomers and Ihe Public in general that eh*
has opened her STRING STOCK consisting
of the LATEST STYLES of
Thankfu1 for pn?t favors, she respectfully
solicits a continuance of the same.
A SPECIALTY?Dress Making. Culling
and Filling I'arried on as usual by Mrs. I.
8. CUM MINOS.
Country Ordera respectfully solicited and
will meet with prompt atlention.
apl l'.T . 1m
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
OsAWOEsrao CorsTT, 8. C.
May 4th, 1873.
Bids will be received for Rebuilding the
bridge over "Bull Swamp" below Knotts
Mill, until the Oth day of June next. Pro.
posals must state the amount of hid and the
names ef surities offered. Contract to be
entered into in writing, before commencing
By order of Board.
Clerk Reard County Commissioners.
May 17th St
In aooordanee with au ACT of the Gene
ral Assembly passed on the 20th February
1878, all pcnons MOLDING CLAIMS
against the Comity of Orangeburg prior to
the first day of November A. D 1872, will
present the same to George Boliver, K*q.,
Clerk of the Court of said County, far Reg
Ist ratio?, on or before tho first day of Octo
ber. A. D. 1*18, and aril Olaansa Dot Regis
ters* witbiw said Gave wit not be paid.
I- L *L S MO AUE,
Chairman Beard Ceaaty ComcaiesLoneTS.
??78 - .If
In Medicine; Quality ie of the First Impor
E. J. OLIVEROS, M,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISH, NON-EXPLOBlT*
LAMPS, GARDEN SEEDS, ht., be..,
PBESCUITIONS prepared with ACCUR
ACY and FIDELITY, foi which purpose ?
full ind complete assortment of PURK
CHEMICALS and GENUINE DRU'JS wiflb*
constantly on hand.
Long experience?a successful business
career of mere than eight yean in Orange
burg, a good knowledge of the DRUG
MARKET at home and abroad, will afford a
8iiflicient guarantee that all goods sold or
dispensed at- my establishment ? will be
GENUINE and RELIABLE.
Appreciating the success which in th?
past has attended my efforts, I have de
termine!] io spare no pains to merit a cm
tinance of the patronage so liberally bestow
E. J. OLEVEROS M. D.
No. 100 Ruseel Street Orangeburg.
DR. A. C. DUKES*
CRANGEB?RG, S. C,
FINE TOILET SOAPS,
PURE WINES and LIQUORS for Medicinal
DYE-WOODS and DYE-STUFF8 generally.
A full line of TOB ACCO and SEGA RS.
Farmers and Physicians from the Country
will find our Stock of Medicines Complete,
Wnrranted Genuine nnd of the Hest Quality.
Lot of FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
jnn 11 o tf
Geat reduction in prices of Spring Gec/ue*
bought in Ibc last ten day.
IF YOU WANT TOQRT THE BEST AND
Cheapest ready-mild? Spring Ctothing*
go to M.SAMARA'S.
IF YOU WANT LADIES AXDCniLD
ren's Shoes of the best quality and at low*
prices, go to McNAMARA'S.
F YOU WANT L MM ES DRESS GOOD*
Cheap and Stylish, go to
IF YOU WANT GKNTl'.l'.M I'.S'S CASSl
miTPS. < lot In. Tweeds. Mellon?, Drah*
d'ete. Summer drills and enttonadea, etc.,
nil of the i>c*t quality, and Oie largest Stock
in town, and at iow price*, too. troto
MeN AM ABA'S.
F VoC WANT GOOI? SrGAR, H LR3
- For $1, go to Ml SAMARA S.
T YOU WANT G<>OD BROWN HOMES
. pun.oue wide, at 121 cents, goto
F YoU ITA NT Tt) BUY* CHEAP TOR
. fash, goto McNAMARA'S.
Being thankful fm- the liberal patronage
bestowed on me in the past, I respectfully
sclicil a continnaucc of the same.
Appril 25, 1873 ly.
i*5?) A Valuable In?CB??-aij)5
AN FNT1RELY NEW
FOR DOMESTIC USE.
OXS,*' FIVE DOLI.ABS.
WITH THB SKW
Fateut Button Holo 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 Guider. Operates by Wheel
and en a Table. Light Running, Smooth,
and noiseless like all good high priced
machines. IIa? patent cheek fo prevent tfca
wheel being turned tho wrong way. Uaea
the thread direot from the spool. Make?
[ the Elastic Lock Stitch (fiuast and atroageet
stitch known ;) Arm, durable, eloee and
rapid. Will do all kinds of work, fine and
coarse, from Camhrio I? heavy Cloth ?r
Leather, aaejase? all dosbriptiuna of thread.
The beat mechanical talent iu nunilea
and Europe, baa been devoted to. improving
and simplifying our Machine*, combining
only that which is praiiiteabte, and dis
pensing with all complicated surrounding*
generally found in other macbiaov
Speoial terrae and extra imuaeecne&to te>
mal? and ffinale agtais, atece keepers, &C.?
who will establist agenoiea through the
country and keep Mir new machine* en ex
hibition and sake. County rights given to.
?mart agent* free. Ageai's complete outfits
furnished without any extra eharge.
Sataplee al sewing, desert alive circular*
eoataiu??g tar?, teetiraouiaU, eugt*Tiag??
ke.. seat free
Address, BROOKS SEWING MACHINE
CO , No. 1320 Broadway, New York.
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