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YT?RD?Y. JUNii 28 IS
No more raiu is boginultig to. bo
needed in this sect ion.
A review of fifty thousand solders
look plnoe in Vic mm, on the 4th inst.,
la honor of the Cz&t.-^Ex.
What an interest the Csar must take
in the tinwure of his subjects!
The woman question?How ab?'1 1
have my summer auit made ?
The boys are happy at the uear ap
proach of vacation.
J. Felder Meyers, Esq., returned yes
terday from Columbia, where bo bus
teen attending to some important busi
We regret to loarn that tho Hon.
James L. Jamison, State Seuator from
this County, is lying dungorously ill at
Thanks to tho Hons. R. B Klliot and
J\. 3. Hausier for valuable public Docu
cotton seed wav ted?
25 cents cash per bushel will bo paid
for 20 bushels pf oottou seed, delivered.
Apply at this office.
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See.Mr. Simmon's advertisement of
Wheeler & Wilson's celebrated Sewing
Ma cbiu es.
We regret to loaru of the death, biet
weck, of an infant child of our lellow
towusman Mr. A. Fischer. His family
have our sincere sympathy in their
Is there u-ibody who at'ends to this
kindness iu Orangeburg ? Thoro are
lota of "Panamas" and other striw
head pieces interested in this question.
j)owny down, (iowni
Ico nt oue cent and a half per pound at
"W?hlers* Enterprise Saloon. The .Vk .vs
u'.ys return ttteie thanks to Mr. W. for
a big Jump of c< o!no.-H.
the oriental ice cream saiawn.
Is announced to be op.-ued today at
32 M-. Cornclson n?td Kuhn Have a
big j oka between them. Something is
lu the wind ? or was.
Columbia had her first melons on
Wcdwesdipy. Tliia ia Saturday and wc
haven't seen a melon yet The nearest
wc can come to it is "lemon." Very
like, but we prefer the "inelou."
We 'announce whheorrow the death,
Vast" Monday afternoon, of the infant
child of our well known fellow towns
man aud Town Marshal, Mr. Jarnos J.
Cannon. We heartily condole with Mr.
Cannon and his family.
children to be i'it 1 ed?
Those who have the small-pox, most
probably. Yet Dr. Sohwbac didn't have
a word to say about this cla?9 of juve.
nile unfortunates in his reesut address
Mr. F. W. Jones, tho inventor of the
pntent Fly brush, died last Saturday
night, of typhoid fever, Icaviug a wifo
aad several children, with whom we
profoundly sympathize in their terrible
Petitions in favor tf a new street to
connect tho Five Chrp Road with Mnr
ket Street will be fow.od at the etoTC of
Messrs. J. W. Patrick & Co., snd at the
jofioe of this paper. Persons favoring
the enterprise will please o ill at either
place and affix their, signatures,
moseley A crook?
Caah is King, He is monarch of all he
surveys, and especially is he great in the
grocery lino. He is great hearted and
generous, using his high authority to
bring about low prices, -He has appoint
ed two Viceroys 'Tor Oraugeburg, and
their names are Moseley & Crook.
Faithfully do these sub-kings obey their
instructions, convincing the people that
such Royalty is the truest of Republican
Cash;, is King and Moseley & Crook
?re his chief lieutenants. Great is Cash
and great are Moseley & Crook !
Try their Bacon and Sugar, for
MRS. WILLIAM VINOM?
This estimable lady bus opened a milli
nery store iu'tbp building recently erect
ed by Mr. T. D. Wo\jS? wish her any
amount of success not incompatible with
the solvency of kind husbands and in
dulgent father)1. We suggest to Mrs.
V. the following as a good business sign.
f MR8. WILLIAM VIN'CE. )
\ JSub hoc signo Vince-is. J
FIRST KATE SODA WATER?
If you wish this article as it ought to
be, go to Dr. Oliveros. Whiskey is no
where compnrcd with the Doctor's ice
cold soda. And if you want to kuow
tho best combination of flavors, take our
woTd for it and try Raspberry with
Whcn'er wo want wherewith to cheer us,
We call straightway on Oli-ee-ros.
From aU vile drinks ye gods deliver ns,
While soda is sold by Dr. O-hr-er-os.
ANOTHER WANT OF ORANGER ERG?
Orangeburg needs a plank road on
Russcl Street and Railroad Avenue,
from Meroney's Hotel to the depot.
What have our merchants aod others
interested to say upon the subject? We
will publish with pleasure anything that
auybody has to say upon cither side of
the question. We have taken steps to
procure an estimate of the probable cost
of such an improvement and hope to be
able to givn the figures next wook.
TA X PA VERS AIIO YI
Read the County Treasurers notice,
by which it appears that unless return*
of real and personal property are made
on or beforo August 20th a penalty of
50 por cent will be added in every in
The Auditor request that tax payers
be prompt in making their returns.
Half the trouble in this world results
from the pernicious habit of leaving
every thing for the last day.
VOSE & IZLAR?
The gentlemen composing this enter
prising and thoroughly responsible firm
are determined to make a spcoialty of
supplying family groceries chonp. They
have superior facilities for bovine in
large Northern and Southern Cities at
the very . lowest marxet rn'os ami their
customers reap the benefit thereof. Let
purt-hneifa remember that only those
mrrchants can x 11 cheap who can hut/
We learned b .t recently of the death,
about two weeks ago of Mr. William C.
Meredith, formerly of this place. Mr.
"Meredith was station agent here for
some twenty-five years, oi;d upon bis
removal to Helena, about a year ago.
left behind him many friend* who will
read this iteip with sincere regret. His
wife's death preceded his own but a
short time-. Bereft of bis long time
companion, our old friend sank gently
and slowly to rest. Peace to the ashes
of tho sturdy, good old man.
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Judge Andrews and family have been
residing in Columbia for some weeks
Tbc Judge's stay tboro, however, is only
temporary und in the interest of bib
flourishing papor, tho Fiiiau Herald
There is hardly any business doiug in
I the County Treasury at this season
! so that bis presence is not ^vqu're 1
here; and e*ven if there were any busi
ness it could be promptly and properly
attended toby the thoroughly competent
corps of clerks always on baud in the
We are under obligations to W. S.
Ball, Esq., editor of tho Nw North
State, of Qrocusboro, N. C, for copies
of bis va'uable paper containing opin
ions of Judge Did; iu important Hoatc
stead cases, one of wbi b we publish on
the first psgo of our present issue.
Our readers will peroeivo that Judge
Dicks' decision supports tho opinion
recently exprcssod by us iu favor of the
constitutionality of the hotuostcad pro
visions of the Bankrupt law.
'We shall gladly exchange with the
Netc North State.
wmmm^^^m , _
It is considered a glorious thing to
sit under ono's own fig tree. But even
then a fellow has to get up and pluck
the figs or go without: unless he is
sufficiently accurato to bo able to hold
his mouth open precisely undor a fig, and
patient enough to wait until it ripens
and drops, allot wbioh is very fatiguing.
How much better to. wait until I. P.
Thompson Esq , brings you a handsome
plate or the delicious fruit with a note
??To the editor." That's the way we do.
We like our >vay aod we like Thompson's
T. KOIIS k BROTHER?
K^ve made money enongh by selling
in Large quantities at low prices, to be
able to build a large store or their own,
which is now in cvur.se of erection, and
which will be another proof of the sure
thrift and rapid growth of our good old
Burg; and as they don't want to be at
the trouble or expense of removing their
present large Block, they are offering
the ssme at prices which will bring
tears of joy to dear ladies' eyes without
wringing tears of sorrow from the pocket
books of too coufidiog husbands. The
lament of the Irish widow is O-chone !
?the joyful shout pf the American
wifb is O, Kohn 1 !
'ALL HANDS LEMONADE"?
This is the battle cry of our friend
Kortjohn; he of the wining way, the
gentle but soul-scducing eye and, above
all, the prophet end high prie tof the low
prioe system. In fact every body iu
Orangeburg ia trying to uudcr-sell every
body else. But we'd like to see any
body burrow under Dick Kortjohn W?
don't- beliTu Diok can be undersold s.ive
perhaps, by an under cellar !
But Dick couldu't survire an und or
cellar. The air wouldn't agroe with
him. No, he would then "wrap the
drnpery of his couch about him (the bed
curtains, i. e.) and lie down to pleasant
dreams"* of btst coffee sugar 81bs for a
8, a l. O; R. sides at 8c per lb Ac
and a falling market at thatl
DISTRICT SCHOOL TAX?
To day is the day set by law for con
sidering the subject of the district school
tax. It is to bo hoped that the voters
will take a more lively interest in the
matter thun has heretofore been exhibi
ted. The subject is one of great im
portance, and should receive the careful
consideration of all.. Even a buiuU
district tax will go a great way, properly
expanded, iu .educating tho young. The
benefits of the same will bring an hun
dred fold iu the future. It is a pleasing
1,..j, i . ? ?4.? Smi tn.ii in.inj ui
the substantial oitixens of this district
have given the matter a good thiuking
over, and to day wo hope they
may act for the best interests of the
future. It is a duty they owe alike to
themselves and the young generation.
Lovely weather for ?iper collars.
Colomma, 8. C, Dec. 20th, t870.
To Ihr Editor Orangeburg Netri :
Sit*?I have the honor to inform you that
at n meeting of the ftonrd of Officers, cre
ated l<y an Act entitled -'An Act to Regulate
the Publication of all Legal and Public
Notices," the following resolution was adop
Rrtolvfd, That the "ORANGEBURG
N E W S" is hereby designated as the OFFI
CIAL PAPER for the Publication of all
Legal Notices and Official Advertisements of
tho County Officers in the County of Orange
F. L. CARDOZO,
Sec. of State
and Chairman Hoard.
Per W. R JONES.
Orrics or the OnANOKnrRn Nkws,
June, 27th \H;.\
COTTON?Sales during the week f?0
bales. We quote:
Rotrnit Rtcs.-$1.!8 per .uishel
Cons.$1:00 per bushel.
Cow Pkah..: 1.00 per hushcl.
Pixuxas. 1.10 per bushel.
OFFICE COUNTY AUDITOR,
OnAsurtiru.j, 8. C, May 20th 1873.
NOTICE of Rederapt ion of lands sold at
Delinquent land sale May 1872, to A. F.
Browning. O. W. Baxter and Thad C.
TAKE NOTICE, that John F. Griffin
O. W. Thompson and Mrs. M. A. Thomas,
have raado application for the redemption
of their Real Estate sold at said sale, and
have paid into the County Treasury the full
amount of taxes penalties kc, together
with 25 per cent additions), as required by
may 31 St
TESTATE NOTICIv All per
I j sons baring demands against tho
Estate of the lato LAWRENCE D. CLARK,
deceased, will present the same, properly
attested, to as, at St. Matthews P. O , 8,
C, vnd all persons indebted to said Estate
are required to make immediate payment to
me, at the same place.
ROSA V. CLARK,
may 24th 3t
THE HIGHEST PRICE
? WILL BE PAID FOR
ROUGH RICE, CORN AND PEASJ
STRAUS & STREET,
ORANGEBURG, S. C.|
Where also RIO Ii, CORN and other GRAIN will be GROUND at the
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
june 21 , 00
T Kohn & Bro
CONTEMPLATE MOVING IN THEIR
On or about the FIRS P of SEPTEMBER. In the interim they will CLOSE
To save EXPENSE of Moving and Carriage.
All pe.Fons interested in TB.AJRG-A.T.!N"S wiU tako DUK NOTICE
and govern themselves accordingly.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
Why is it that
MOSELEY & CROOK.
Sell GOODS so CHEAP ? Because
they "Sell Exclusively for CASH."
june 28 june o.S
Messrs. LAZARUS & MORRIS,
OPTICIANS 4 OCULISTS,
Hate, with a view to meet the increasing demand for their
C E L E B R A T E D
DEALER IN WATCHES, t LOCKS, JEWELRY. SILVER AND PLATED WARD, AC.,
IslGN OF TUE BIG Vi A TCIf. Orangebnrg, S. C.
As their Sule Agent for this Placo.
These SPECTACLES ire UNEQUALLED by any for their STRENGTHENING quali
ties, producing a CLEAR ind DISTINCT VISION, as in the Natural Healthy SIUHT.
They are the only 8peots?les that PRESERVE aa well as ASSIST th? SIGHT! And are
the Cheapest beeause the Rest, always lasting ?Many Teara withi ut change being necessary.
CAUTION.?E. EZKKIFX. Sign of RIG WATCH, Orangehurg, 8. C, Ageat
for Orangehurg, 8. C Jj?f~ VVe employ no Peddlers.
may 17 ^ 00
Do You Want
. GO TO
IF YOU W4NT
WHERE YOU'U FIND
Any and Everything.
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KIDBONS, MILLXLKBY AND
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, AC.
Armstrong Gator & Go,
IMTOKTEIIS, M AN I' FACTl'R Hie AMD JOBBERS
Bonnet, Trimming, Neck nn<l Sash Rib
bons, Velvet Ribbons, Nrek Tins, Bonnet
Bilks, Satins, Velvets and draper, Flowers,
! trimmed and untrimined. And in connect
tag warerooins White Goods, Linens, Em
i broideries, Laces, Nets Collars, Setta,
Handkerchiefs, Veiling. Head Nets, Ac. 4s
Nos. 237 and 240 Baltimore Street, Balti
Those goods are* manufactured by us or
bought for Cask directly from the European
and American Manufacturars, embracing
all the latv-t novelties, unequalled in uarie
ty sad cheapness in any market
Orders ?lied with cars prompt bom and
mar. 1st 4t
TOSE & IZLAR
HAVE TUE GREATEST ASSORTMENT OF J
And sells them CHEAPER than any other House in Oraugeburg.
fOrGoods DELIVERED at any portion of the Town.]
MEAL AND GRIST AT MILL PRICES.
June 21 62'
IT IS NOW SETTLED
THAT the "ENTERPRISE SALOON" conducted by J. HERMAN WAHLERS isthe
ONLY PLACE in Orangeburg where anything liko FANCY DRINKS, or COOLING and'
DELICIOUS BEVERAGES are prepared, and it is very certain.
That Captain Jack and Ellen's Han
Were they b?re, would wonder at the delicious mode in which "fire-water" can be ooa
cocted. All the wonderful Summer diguiiea, auch as
"CLABF.T.PUNCHF.S." "SHERRY-COBBLEBS." "COCK-TAILS." "WHITE-LIONS,"
"MINT-JULIAS." "OIN-SLlNaS." BBANDY-SMASHES." "LEMONADES
a la baton." SODA-WATER orrc uftr mouche," SKTNS." TOD
DIES," "CHOWDERS" and "olla podrida" of
' Are to be brought to Orangeburg",
In fast are already here and ?OURL.Y COMPOUNDED and HOURLY ENJOYED by the
bo? riran'* and those who poaieaa the taviu rtrre and a little "irhrmcithal"
Those who faney the death of the Duke of Clarence and who would like
To be Drowned in a Hogshead of
Can find the MATERIALS for this glorious suicide, but would doubtless be di?anaded
from auch a purpose on stopping in
At the Enterprise Saloon
Kept ever OPEN and BRIGHT
BY J. HEBMANN WAHLERS.
jnne 21 00
Southern Life Insurance Company.
PRINCIPAL OFFICES: ?Mempius Tbk?., and Atlanta, Ga.
Memphis Office.?T. A. Kelson, President. A Woodruff, Vice-President
Benjamin May, Secretary,
Atlanta Office.?John B. Gordon, P resident, A. II. Colquttt, Vice-Presi
dent. J. A. Morris, Secretary.
TLACK A WARRING; General Agent.-, Columbia, South Caroliua.
J. A. Hamilton, Resident Ageut, Ornngeburg, South Carolina.
ASSETS January 1st, 1*73 - - S,ir>34,483,07
ORANGiEBtJRG BRANCH OF SOUTH CAROLINA
r. W. F. Barton, Robert Co]>cs, James F. I/.lur.
Johu A. Hamilton, Dr. W. W. Wannnmakcr, E. Rassel Zimmerman,
Thud C. Andrews, W. J. OeTreville, George Boliver,
Paul S. Felder, Thomas Zimmern in James Van Tassel,
L. R. Beckwith, Honry Mooror, Samuel Dibble, .
Dr. W. F. Barton, Chairman,
Jons A. Hamilton, Secretary,
Pacl S. Fklder,
Jambs F. Izlab,
Thw Company issues polit ics on all approved plans and pays losses promptly
For further information, avply to
joiijr a HAmi/rptf.
Resident Agent, Orangeburg, So. ?.
June 12, 1873 .17 3in
J.'W. PATRICK & CO.
t. a. AriTsrcji:. ,
I Regretfully cell the attention of the Puhlio to their N'KW ADDITION of SPRING
GOODS just reoeired and far aar? at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES. Our stock eonsuu*
in part of
LEK08, JAPANESE. GRENADINES, OIL COL'D TERCALE8 POLKA DOTS* LAWSS*
CROCHET NAINSOOKS. PLAIN AND CHECK CAMBRIC.
WHITE AND COLORRD ORGANDIES. *
.4 ?. PIQUE,
LATEST STYLES SPRING CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING
Wa have brought to this Market the CELEBRATED STAR SHIRT
which we guarantee to FIT and WEAR belter than any other kind. Measures taken and
made to order.
Having for a long tins* seen the necessity of introducing a FIRST CLASS BOOT
and 82IOE in this Market, will make this Department a SPECIALTY, where can ha
found any kind of Boots and Shoes desired, frees the nicest Philadelphia hand snMe to
the more common grades. Call and inspect eur stock before yea purchase a?3 see if we
caa please you.
J. W. PATRICK & CO
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