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^ATURDAY, JULY 5, 1B73.
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We shall be glad to continue our
. present list of Exchanges, paying pos
tage hare on those'received by us.
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Last Saturday Mr. W.U. Oliver gave
us the largest, finest and most luscious
tomato we have seen this year.
W. ?K. Williams, Esq. has b ten duly
installed Post Master oft hi* place. Sue
wesa and a long life to him?officially and
All the subscriber* to tho N K\Y9,
on and after this issue, aro obliged to
pay postage on the sumo by require muut
of the postal Inws published i u another
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ORANOEBURO DIVISION NO. 24 &
Tho Installation of the officers of this
Division will iukc place in the basement
of the Presbyterian Church, Monday
evening 7th instant, at half pist eight
o'oiuck. The public arc invited to at
The iniim llerald spsaks of Mr. W.
W. Wannamakar, sou of Dr. W.W.
Wannamakcr, of St. Muthews, as having
distinguished hitnsjlf ut the rnceut com
mencement exercises of ?\ offord Collo^e
by the marked exoellunoe of his gradua
ROUND OR SQUAU KT?
Is the question now agitating Lowis
villc. Some suy tho town is round and
some say square, and it is said that the
stirvevor save roui.d. How about it 1?wc
Want to to know.
Wc shall have more to say of Lewis
ville next week.
Ycstotday wss the great nnd glorious
rn?rih id' duly. Almost everybody
????!; a Iwdtday but the printers: Poor
lelfows, no utio in *o thoroughly con
viirce<l as the printors of the work-a-day
vliHratlt.v. of this niiseriiblt? world It
?i-tt-n'bc hoped he hits a better chance
tasrmi'fter. but the devil ut our elbow
?'u^ges's grave doubts upon tho subject.
Head Col. Edwards advertisement of
1>ricks for en!?. The Coronet hie just
a new Kiln of60,000 bficks, and
tro recotdmcud all who arc nhout building
to consider whether it will not pay well
? to use this material inste* I of wood. A
Lrtek house is cooler in summer, warmer
in wiefccC, and more comfortablu all the
while, than the best wood house ever
Wa are glad to see by the Columbia
papers that Mr. A. S. Hydrick of this
county rsscived the dogree of M. D.
recently at the South Carolin* LTuivar
sity. Not that Orangcburg roally need*
more doctors, but we might as well have
them as any,other part of the State. Dr.
Hydrick has our best wishes for success
in his noble but arduous profession.
And now tho South Carolina R R
Co., has gone and done it. The down
passenger train reaches here at half past
eight and the up train at a quarter io
eleven. Roth in tho morning. This
may do very well for the passengers,
but is rather rough on tho townsfolks
who, after 10,45 A M, havo nothing
more left to live for, all the blessed stu
pid, laay, hot, miserable jiuminor dty.
Jfo mail of an afternoon, uo Icttors?no
paper*?no breeze?no excitement?no
nothing. Ice, fans and fogetfulness are
the. only refuge for the unfortunate
Ornngeburgers during the dog days.
- i H? --ewini
THE NEW STREET?
Numerous inquires have boon made
ol us aa to the probable precise location
of the propoaed New Street. That is a
matter entirely in the hands of the
Town Council and ss to which we have
no information whatever. We do not
suppose it to be the intention of any
one interested in the movement to in
jure or incommode any property owner
when the interests of the public can be
otherwise equally suboerved. Where
private and public interests clash or in
terfere, the form must, of oourse, give
way, but we are glad to say that in the
present csse we see do necessity for the
raising of any such issue.
-:?r 1 1 ???."j;j_' "... i.n *Ss .ntflrtM-^v
7o <A< 7W/i Council of Orangtbunj :
The undersigned rospoctfully petition
your houorable body to cause a stroot to
be opened, to connect tbe Five Chop
Road with Murhet Street; Juoo 28 tb
Dr K. J. Ulircroa,
Thomas W. Alborgotti,
W. A. Meroney,
James A. Williams,
It. II. Wiles,
J. F. Addon,
George II. Coruolsou,
W. T. Ligbtfoot,
W. M. Sain,
J. W. Moaeley,
J . W. Patrick,
. W'ui. Willcock,
T. 1). Wolfe,
C. D. Kortjohu,
A. li. Knowltou,
J. W. II. Dukes,
W. A. Edward*.
L P. Thompson,
Win. V. Izlar,
J. (Jen. Voso.
? J. Felder Mayers,
J Helton Hett'uou,
J. C. Piko,
dsmes F. Ixlar,
W. F. Hutson,
S S. Walters,
J. M. Hot sill,
W. H. Champy,
F. H. W. Brigpmann,
T. 0, Vinoc,
Dr. P. A. liantsler,
W. P. Spencor,
1) W. H bifiaon.
saasnssaasas i at ??amniisssasamsssassaansansai
With extreme regret w* are called
upon to unuounco the death in Columbia'
last Wtdaes lay, of the Hon. James L.
Jan.ieiai. ?t*to Senator from this Couu
We hate net jet learned the particu
lars of Mr. Jaiuiaoo's last illhuss, further
than that tt was of a typhoid character.
A fuller account will appear in our
next issue. Meautime his family and
friends have our sincere sympathy in
Our friend Mr. E Ktekicl is not "all
things to all men" nor does he keep the
*ame goods for all persons. There are
both turnips and turuips, as the French
say?the regulsr, old style, orthodox
hull's eye watch being one kind and the
seed of another kind being the other
kind* The first lasts longer, but we be
lieve the Agricultural Society declares
the latter the more digestible. All that
Ezokicl has is good though?whether it
be patent lerer or Ruta Ilaga.
FIR RHENS I*A RA V M?
The Comet, No. 2, turned out in
fine style yesterday to celebrate the
"glorious Fourth." After parading
through the principal streets they
wound up the days proceeding by one
of tho?c capital lunches which IL J. Lloyd
so well understands how to get up.
The following is a list of iho CometV
1 ics ? President*? Caesar 11 ol incs.
1st Director?B. J. Lloyd,
2nd. Director?A. M. Kelly,
3rd. Director?Samuel Ott,
4th. Director?James McPhcrson,
TUR RUR A L CA ROE INI A N?
The July number of this ioraluable
monthly is on our table. Its contents
are varied and of the most interesting
character. The agricultural public are
greatly indebted to the publishers for
their unceasing efforts to maintain the
present high standard of the Magas ne,
ranking ss it does, first among th?
Agricultural publications on this conti,
ucat. Wc fcol tbit we cnao*. t*> ofteu
urge such of our readers as are not al
ready subscribers to the "Rural," to lose
do time iu sending in tbair Danes.
The terras of subscription are $2 per
annum, with liberal club rates. Address
the publishers, Walker, Kvans Si Cogs
well, Charleston, 8. C
77/A' SCHOOL TAX?
Last week the annual district meeting
was held at the sein ol house on the New
Street to determiue the amount of tax
to be rallied for school purposes in this
district the current year.
On motion of Mr. Meyers, Mr. Me
Kiulay took the chair, aud Mr. liulivor
wus choseu Seoretnry.
On motion of Mr. Kuowlton it was
decidud that two mills on the dollar
should be the amount raised the ootuing
On motion of Mr. Meyers, the ('hair
iippointed the following committee to
recommend a more equal distribution of
school houses iu the district. J Felder
Meyers, T K Susportas, J Larkiu, M
Glover, H Glover, Ksqs.
On notion of Mr M Clover it was
declared that the uuiouut rni'ed under
tho present assessment should be used
exclusively to pay teachers' sularies?
hut that any balance should go to pay
for school hi uses. The meeting then
No one in Vienna chews tobacco, and
there is none on sale any where. Cigars
arc manufactured by the Government,
and are sold only a', stoics where noth
ing eis?? is sold except postage stamps.
They are at fixed prices, the lowest cost
ing four k reut tars and the highest eight,
or about four omits in our currency.
Tho latter arc about equal iu quality to
A merican domestic cigars, th'it bring
throe dollars p<?r hundred. The single
ci^ar is sold thero r.t tho same rate a-* if
one thousand were purchased.
?Colombia, S. C, I??e. 20th. Ihto.
To the Editor Orangebttry Sew* :
Sin?1 have the honor to inform you that
si ? meeiing of ine Board oi twicers, cre
ated by an Act entitled "An Act to Regulate
the I'ublicHtion of all Legal und l'uhlic
Notices,'* the following resolution was adop
Rt*alre4, That the "OR A N fi R B 0 R G
It KW S" is hereby designated us the OFFI
CIAL PAPER for the Publication of all
Lesul Kotistes?nid OflmaJ Advertl?o*Beat9 of
the CvHiiiy ^gicera in the County of Orange
F, L. CAUDO'/O,
See. of Stats
and Chairman Board.
Per W. R. JONES.
M A It K ET It K PO ItX.S.
Orrics o? tue Obakorbubo Nkws, .
July, 4th 1X73
COTTON?Sales during the week ?U
bales- NVe quote*
Low Middling.Hi <Vj>
Rott oh Rice.Si.I? per .nishel
Cohn.$1.00 per bushel.
Cow l*ba8. l.tHt per bushel.
PiMtBaa. 1.10 per bushel.
OFFICE COUNTY AUDITOR,
o r a no k bu eg cou n t r
Obanokburo, S. C, May 29th 1X73.
NOTICE of Redemption of lands sol,1 st
Delinquent land sule )lay \fl~'2, to A. F.
Browning. G. W. Baxter aud That] C.
TAKE NOTICE, that .lohn F. Griffin
G. W. Thompson and Mrs. M. A. Thomas,
have mudo application for the redemption
of their Heul Kstste sold at suid sale, and
have paid into the County Treasury the full
amount of taxes penalties &c., together
with 25 per cent additional, as required by
JAMES V ANT ASSEL,
may 31 3l
In accordance with an ACT of the Gene
ral Assembly paxocd on the 20th February
1X73, all persons HOLDING CLAIMS
against the County of Or.ingehurg prior to
the first day of November A. D. 1872, will
present the same to Qeorge Boliver, Ksq.,
Clerk of the Court of said County, for Reg
istration, on or before the first day of Octo
ber, A. D. lr-73, and all Claims not Regis
tered within said lime will not he paid.
e. T. R. SMOAKE,
Chairman Board County Commissioners.
may 3 tf
MRS. O. S. M AUL E,
e RUSSELL STRICHT,
Takes plensure in announcing to her Cus
tomers and the Public in general that she
has opened her Sl'RINO STOCK consisting
of the LATEST STYLES of
Thankful for past favors, she respectfully
solioitsa continuance of the same.
A SPECIALTY?Dress Making, Cultiog
and Fitting Carried on aa usual by Mrs. L
tj. CUM MINGS.
Country Orders respectfully solicited and
will meet with prompt attention.
a pi 10 lm
FROM T?R CELEBRATED FIRM OF
LANDRETH & CO.
Of the following descriptions:
FLAT DUTCH. RED TOP. AMBER GLOBE, LA ROE OLOBE, POME
11 ANEAN GLOBE, YELLOW RUTA BAOA, ETC.
To be had from ?
E. EZEKIE L,
sign of the big avatch.
MEMBEBS of the AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY will be supplied with
Huta Baga and ull other Seeds as mual.
*qT WATCIIF.S AND JEWELRY REPAIRED.
july 5 00
THE HIGHEST PRICE
WILL BE PAID FOR
ROUGH RICE, CORN AND PEAS
STRAUS & STREET,
ORANGEBURG, S. C,
Where also RICE, CORN and other GRAIN will be GROUND st the
LOWEST MARKET BATES.
juue 21 00
T Kohn & Bro
CO XT EM PL ATE MOVING IN THEIR
On or about the FIRS " of SEPTEMBER. In the interim they will CLOSR
To save EXPENSE of Moving and Carriage.
All pe.fous interested in T-$ A1 ? Gr A. I ^ST S will take DUE NOTICE
and govern theutbolvcs accordingly.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
OrunKebiirtr, Agricultural and
The Stockholder!* are hereby called ujton
to pay ihe second instalment of FI VF. PO I..
LAItS per share, to Kirk Robinson E*q.,
Treasurer, at Citizens Savings Rank,
<Irangehurg, S. t'.. on or before the tvronty
find day of July, 1H7.1.
By Order Of the Itoard of Pircrtots,
SAMUEL DIBBLE, Secretary.
June 21 2t
"VTOTICE. ? The toparlncr.
X^j SHIP heretefore knewu hv the firn
name of LIGHT FOOT A CANNON, at Light
fool's Old Stand, is this (lay Dissolved bj
mutual consent. Ail persons indebted tg
said firm will please make immediate pay
ment toJ. VY. Cannon at the above stand.
W. T. LIGHT FOOT,
.1. VY*. CANNON.
May l?th, 1873. 24?3i
Thsiikin? my friends for past favors, I
hope to merit their patronage hy strict at
tention to business snd keeping constantly
r.n hand a FKF.SH and COMPLETE STOCK
Call and examine my Stock.
J. W. CANNON.
The recent decisions of the Supreme
Court of the United Slates have declared
the HOMESTF.AD ACTS of this State un
constitulienal as to debts contracted prev
ious to JAt'8.
The last atncndmsnt to the Bankrupt law
gives to the debtor the same exemption of
real and personal property as was given te
hin by the HOMESTEAD LAW.
The only way thai HOMESTEADS can be
secured is by taking the benefit of the Bank*
Bspeelal attention has been and will bt
devoted to this branch of the law by
BROWNING * BROWNING,
Attorneys at Law,
Russell Stroet, Orangcl-urg S. C.
may 24 3t
Do You Want
IF YOU WANT
. GO TO
WHERE YOU'LL FIND
Any and Everything.
nov2 ? tf
RIIMONS, MILL1LERY AND
WHITE GOODS, I'.MDR'?IDEIHES, AC.
Armstrong Cator & Co.
iMPoaTaaa, NA*t;rACTvaaas and jobber*
K?nnet, Trimming, Neck and Nash Kih
hoas, Velvet illbboas, Ncek Tiee, Bonnet
Silks, Satin?, Velvets and Crapes, Flower*,
Feathers, Ornaments, Krame?, Ac, 8raw
tlonnels and I.adic.i and Children's Hats,
trimmed and tiulrimuicd. And in ? ouurct
ing warerootna White Goods, Linens, Em
broideries, Laees, Nets Collars, Mette,
Handkerchiefs, Veiling. Head Nets, Ar... Ac
No*. 2d7 and 211? Baltimore Htreet, Balti
Theaa goods are manufactured by OS of
bought for Cash dlreetlj from the aWireeeaa
and American Manufacturers, embracing
all the latest novelties, unequal *d In uarle
iv sud cheapness iu any market
Orders aliud with uara promptness and
mar. 1st * 4<
Why is it that 1
MOSELEY & CROOK.
Sell GOODS so CHEAP?
they "Sell Exclusively for CASH.**
June 28 inn* 28 If
^?.jia.?-?*.??? ?m-imi-J-nij-ii-i iiimi i II ? 11 I l iui
IT IS NOW SETTLED
THAT tho "ENTERPRISE SALOON" conducted by J. HERMAN WAft&ftt U the
ONLY PLACE in Orangeburg w Utre anything like FANCY DRINKS, or COOLlJKt uA?
DELICIOUS BEVERAGES are prepare*!, and it ia very certain.
That Captain Jack and Ellen's
Were they here, would wonder at the delioion? mode ia which "fire-water" ean be
cocted. All (be wonderful Summer diguifes, auch aa
"CLARET-PUNCHES." "SHERRY-COBBLERS." "COCE-TAlL?," "? " JT?-LlC*I,"
"MINT-JUUW8," "QIN-HLlNuS." B R AN D Y-8 Id AS RES," "LBUOIf ASM
a la latMt." SODA-WATER arff- ?m? manche," SEINS," TOB
DIES," "CHOWDERS" end "?lla yotttUkf* of
Arie to be brought to Orangeburg,
In feet are already here and HOURLY COMPOUNDED anj HOURLY ENJOYED if tee
o?n vivant* and chose who peeeesa the $mriu rirre aad a little "waVreBM/Ael.'*
Thoae who fan, y the death of the Poke of Clarence aad who would like
To be Drowned in a Hogshead erf
Can find the MATERIALS for this glorious suicide, but wat?d doa>5k?e
from such a purpose on stopping in
At the Enterprise saloon
Eept ever OPEN and BRIGHT
BY J. HERMANN WAHLEES.
jnne 21 ?
Southern Life Insurance
PRINCIPAL OFFICES:?Mkmpbii tuny., sad Atlanta,.
Memphis Office.?T. A. Kelaou, President.. A Woodruff, Viee-1
Benjamin May, Secretary,
Atlanta Office.?John B. Gordon, President, A. H. Colouitt, Vioe-Prtat
dent. J. A. Morris, Secretary.
BLAC K ? warring, General Agents, Columbia, Soul* Carolina.
J. A. Hamilton, Resident Agent, Orangcburg, South Carolina.
ASSKTK January 1st, 1878 ? ? Sfl?asB4,4Bd.t>7
ORANGEBURG BRANCH OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Dr. W. F. Barton, Robert Cope*. Jam F. Ialar.
John A. Hamilton, Dr. W. W. Wannaaaker, K. iluatel
Tliad C. Andrews. W. J. DeTreville, George Balirar,
Faul S. Felder, Thomas Zimmerman James Van TinasT,
L. R. Beckwith, Henry Moorer, Samuel Dibble,
Dr. W. P. Barton, Chairman,
John A. Hamilton, Secretary,
Paul S. Felukr,
Jamks F. I/.i.ak,
This Company issues policies on all approved plan?
For further information, ayptv to
? JOHN A
June 12, 1873 17
A FACT W?RTH KNOWflH
VOSE A IZLAR
H AVK THE GREATEST ASSORTMENT Gf
Ami sells then CHEAPER ehsa say other House ia Oraagetofg.
DELIVERED at aay portion of tee Tewa.
MEAL AND GRIST AT MILL PRIORS.