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SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1873.
READ THE ELECTION NOTICE IN
ANOT HER COfcUMl? I!! ALSO THE CALL
FOR A CONVSNTJON ! ! t
Nothing exciting io town save poli
Messrs Calvin-Guigbaro! and A. C.
W illiatna are runuing for the Senator
' We ware in for mod at Fort Motte
la at Tuesday that the cotton in that
vioinity proruisod woll. Corn more than
T hers was seme lively spurring at
Lcwisrillo last Saturday between Mosers
Browning, (M. I ) and Byas.
DiVine service will be held in the
Episcopal Church to tuosjpw at half
past ten o'olook. The Rev. N. B. Fuller
VOSE & IZLAR?
Havo a fine lot of healthy watermelons.
YTo'y? sampled them aud kuow they're
healthy. Our boys thauk Messrs. Vo.su
k. \ alar for a treat.
The present Rail Road Schedule is a
nuisance. It i* impossible to go any
? where from Orongeburg without being
obliged to stay away either all day or all
Mrs A. 8. K. ef Brooklyn, N. Y., will
aeeept our thanks for recent Brooklyn
and New York papers. We hope soon
to have tho pleasure of expressing our
acknowledgments in person.
To our 'itifinita' disgust we inadver
tently wrote -'infinitesimal" instand of
'infinite' last week, ia one efoUr locals
\V? wish Wo could Lin mo the printer
Lot wt can't, honestly.
1 ho Louisville Leth/rr says it does noi
!o.;k erartly the 'hiuj to see a minister
fanning himself while offering a prtyor.
That ia so. But, if any b??dy is to be
kept awake, it Certainly ought to be the
tiFORGE //. CORNkI.SOS'-^
Who was th? bravsst English tar?
Who waS Oreat Britain's naval star!
Who beat the, l'reaol) at Trafalgar*
Lord Nelson !
Whoso summer halb are cool as lee*
Who has the most of all that's, nico *
Who sells at almost any price f
r&t ne wstkert-*
We are inform cd that the present
Town Council having but a short time
te remain in ofiioo will take no steps in
this matter, hut will leave the whole
subject to he aotad Upon by their succes
Perhaps they are right aud perhaps
not. At any rate we are bound to have
that New Street.
The first of August will ootne and
there will bo mourning in Orangeburg
among those who don't oall before that
iiute on the Town Kxeoutioncr, Mr.
Kirk Robinson, and pay up their looal
We would like to know, by the way,
"why the Town Council does not publish
its ?collection notices ia the Ntsws.
Don't all speak at once.
Of al) the denominations, the Meth
odists Beam to make the most of centen
aries. Within six or seven years several
of then have been celebrated in a very
?narked and impressive manner.?Ax.
Tthoae Methodists are smart people
and evidently knew how to make the
?snout ef time. "Several" centenaries in
sis or aeren years ia doing well. But
flow short the days must be under that
MA 88 MEETING AT LA WIR VILLE?
After (he adjournment of the meeting
held last Saturday at Lcwisville to
adopt resolutiena in regard to she death
ef onr lata Senator, another mealing was
organised with Sheriff E. I. Cain as
fCAaitroan and Mr. P. K Jones, Secrets
8peeehes were mod* by Messrs J. C.
Whitmora, B. Bjaa, F. R. MoKinlay,
C. Andrew*, 8. L Dnnean apd J. P.
PN* A good de?) ef sharp talking
was dene, fco* a heavy rain-storm
brake up the meeting before any defi
?ite action was bad as fo the Srnator
ebin. ? -
=-?- - .!U U- .1 ? -XSTZ ^TSS-r
Vhe Con nek Stone of the Fair
Building of the Orangeburg Agricultur
al and Mechanical Association will be
laid with Masonic ceremonies, by 11.\
W.?. V.-.D. . Grand Master James V
lzlar, with the assistance of tho Lodges
of this County, at the Fair Grounds, on
Saturday, August 9, at 12 o'clock, M.
An address will be delivered on the
occasion by Hon. Thomas W. Glover.
The public generally are iuvited tu
We advise our farming friends and
ail others interested to examine the
model of a oottou press which is to be
seen at tho storo of Messrs J. W. Patrick
& Co. Wo don't claim to bo very pro
found in tho mechanical lino, but thia
press certaiuly seems to us the most pow
orful and ingenious thing of the kind
we ever saw. Head Mr. Patricks adver
tisement and thcu examioo the model
Plenty of rain during the past week,
und every body jolly iu oonsequeoee.
Tho crops iu St Muthows were particu
larly iu need of a wetting, and now thoy
havo had it iu abundanoe. Cue of our
lawyer frioods, who plants largely near
Lcwisville, appeared excessively blue
during the latter part of the recent
drought, but, wc are glad to say, we met
him a day or two ago looking as happy
as a "olam at high water."
DR. T. B. LEO ARM?
Wo ruyret to loam tbat Dr. Logare is
about to remove from Oraii-jeburg to
Tennessee, where ho expects to find a
wider fiwld for the practice of his pro.
fensiou. Dr. Lcgare is a thoroughly
educated and skillful dentist?one, wo
believo. who has low suporior.s anywhere
In his npecialty. If ha ever needs a
hearty recommendation down in '"old
Tcnueasoe" wo, who have experienced
bis skill and ability, shaii be always
ready to ylvt* it.
It OS RR BROWN?
When your beard is longer ;ban your
wifo or your sweetheart likes to see it?
when you are hot, tirod or played out?
go to Brown*? to ttrewo the barber, and
tuke Fi.'teon oents worth of uoiiifort Drop
into Brown's big chair a.id dote lur.il>
off into the land of dream*. Forga<
tho World and everything in it but
Browa. Let Jlruwu's deft fingers ooax
ingly manipulate your overheated skull
He shaved?have your hair cut?bo
shampooed?do anything to prolong your
stay at Brown's. Dream of the first
time you saw Matilda Jane, and how you
loved her ; aud of the last time you saw
her, when it was evident that sho didn't
love yen. Dream of your first fee, and
ef hew proudly and happily you gave
it te the dearest woman on earth, your
mother. Drenni?dream?dream! Thou
wake up, a handsomer and a better man,
settle with Brown, and go baok to the
hard, practical, erery day, wide awake,
business world winch lies outsi lo o f
Browr's barber- shop.
A MARKET'. A MARKET! !?
One of the greatest present need* of
Orangcburg is a Towu Market. Meat
and vegetables aro necessaries of life and
yet huw difficult it often is it to get them,
even when one has the money to pay
for them. There ought to be a public
I market where the country people could
expose their meats and produce for
sale .daily. No greater oonvsnienoo for
\ the towus people could bo imagined. Let
somebody take tho matter in hand at
onoe. Wc don't like to hue our readers
with constant suggestions of what ought
to bo done to advance the interests of our
Town, and we don't bolirc that such
suggestions do boro them. But some
people will kick at every proposition in
volving a dollar's outlay snd it isn't plena
snt to be considered officious by sny one.
Nevertheless, we sre willing to bo blamed
for asserting that Orsngeburg needs,
and ought to have, a Town market.
Who will keep the ball rolling ?
OUR LATE SENATOR?
At a msss meeting of the Republicans
of Orangeburg county,held at Lcwisville
last Ssturday, the 19th instant, of which
Mr. Richard H. Duncan was chairroao
sod Mr. J. Herman W?hlers secretary,
a committee appointed to drsfl reaolu
tions i? regard to the death of the Hoo.
.Tames L. Jamison, late Sonator' from
Lbis county, reported the following pre
amble and resolutions which wero, upon
motion of Malcolm I. Browning Est},
Whereas it has pleased an all-wise
Providence to remove from tho scene of
his earthly labors the lion James L.
Jamison, late Senator from this county :
Therefore be it
Retnhed, That in the death of the
Hon. Juiucs L. Jamison tho Hopubli -
can party of this State, and more espe
oiully of this county, has lost one of the
warmest friends, one of the stuunohest
adherents aud one of the most vigorous,
untiriug and successful workors who evar
advanced its glorious banner to victory.
Resolved, That the Republicans of
.his County eudorse fully and without
limit the course of their late Senator
while acting iu the councils of our State
aud of nur party, and that tho example
ot his political career furniahoa the best
heritage aud guid? to thoso who may
Rtsofved; That we extend our heart
felt sympathy to his bereaved widow and
family in this their hour of trouble.
Resolved, That these resolutions be
published iu 'he Orungeburg NkWS, in
the Columbia Union-Herald and iu the
Charleston Morning Chronicle, and that
a oopy thereof be furnished to the widow
and family of the deocased.
V. 1) Bowman, Chairman.
A. B. Knowlton,
S. L. Duncan,
K. I. Cain,
J. L. EIUMBaUtT,
IUSK BALL ?
A game between 1st and 2nd Nine,
Orange B. B. Club, played Monday
afternoon, July 21st 1873.
1st N.nk P. U. C nnon, CAPT.
Cannon. Pitcher, 4 2.
Julian Snlley, Catcher, 3 3.
Lcwifl Wanuatnakcr, 8. Stop 2 3.
Ceo. Walker, 1st Base, 1 ft.
W. Moss, 2nd B. 3 3.
J no. llolman, 3d B. 3 3.
Wi Lucas, R Field, 2 3.
Baldwin, Ii Field, 3 3.
Williams, C. Field, 3 3.
0. 24, 28 R.
2nd Nink, llontcar At.imio.i, Oapt.
Aldrioh, Fitchor, 1 3.
K. J. Sal ley, Catcher, 1 4.
Barley, 8. Stop, 4 3.
A. Walker. 1st Base, 2 ft.
I*. H. Wauuaiuakcr 2nd B. 1 ft.
Albcrgotti, 3rd M 2 2.
Jeffords, R. Field, 3 1.
iJantslor, L. " " 5 1.
T. Wanuamakor, C. ?? " 3 3.
0.24, 2ft R
The game consisted of 8 innings and
was well contested, the advantago being
first one side then the othm^hut was at last
wou by the 1st Nine, although, they had
been whitewashed three times. The 2nd
Nine received a whitewash in the Gth inn
ing. Flies and fo^ils were handsomely
taken by Messrs Cannon, Salley, Wanna
maker aud Walker of 1st Nine, and
Mssars Aldrioh, R L. Salley, A. Walker
and L. II. Wanuamakcr of 2nd Nina.
The (Muh have their regular game on
every Monday afternoon, except Sales
day, then on following Wednesday.
The public generally and ladies espeeial
ly aro invited.
BRA XCff TILL K I TENS?
A few days ago, a man named Perry
induced a child, nged about thirteen
years, to leave her mother and follow
him iuto Colloton County, at which
place they wore married. The mother
of the child complained to Trial Justice
Reodish, who issued his warrant and
soon had Porry before him. A prelim
inary hearing was had, after whioh, in
default of bail, he was committed to
jail, to answer before the Court of
Sessions for abduction.
A social game of Base Ball was played
at Rowe's Pnmp on Wednesday last be
tween the Palmeftoes of Branchville and
the Rowe's Pump Club. The game was
won by the Palmetto Club, 53 against 9
Everything passed off plesMiiily The
Braocbville boys express themselves,
highly plessed with their risit and have
invited the "Rowes Pump Club," to
play at Branehrille at an early day; an
invitation which was cordially accepted
Camp Meeting commences at Cattle
Creek next Wednesday.
1- 1 -- .11 ??
A meeting of the merchants of Brauch
et au early day ia talked of, for the
purpose of eulogizing the lato Editor
of the Nkws for the unsolicited fame
given that Town as a "Frog pond."
? - [
On Thursday of last weak Branch
ville was visited by qulie a number of
the proiuioiant citizeus of Oruugeburg.
Among the number were the lulu Editor
of the N KW?t, and some dvrzei or more
notod politicians. Politics and com
mcruu were tho chiaf subjects debited.
Tho "Humanitarian Sootety of
Branchville" is waking efforts to Qnd
out who'it was that kept a certain Frog
tied by the fuot from 10 A. M. until
the loaviug of the up Columbia night
traiu oi Thursday 17th Jul A. D. 1873.
. W. H. RKHPISH.
Columbia, S. C, Doc. 'JUth, 1870.
To the Editor Orangeburg Xeu-s ;
SlK ? I have the honor to inform you that
at a meeting of the Hoard of Ofhoers, cre
ated by mt Act entitled "Au Act to Regulate
the Publication of all Lognl and Public
Notices," the following resolution was adop
Hftohetl, Thul the "OR A N 0 E B U R <i
N RW S" i. hereby designated as the OFFI
CIAL PAPER for the Publication of all
I.egul Notices and Official Advertisements of I
the t.'ouuty Officers in the County ot Orange
F. L. OARDOZO,
See. of Slate
and Chairman l'.ourd.
Per W. R. JONES.
M A IS K ET It KPO BT?.
onict: or rut Obanokoouu News,
July, : fi.li 18T^
COTTON?Sales during the week .r> 0
bales. Wc quote :
Ordinary. .K)(e 1
Low Middling.':'"'"s> ]
M iddling.1 ~.<*i
Rocun Rick.$1.40 per oushel
Cons.$1.00 per bushel.
Cow Pkas. 1.00 per bushel.
PlMlKllS. 1.10 per bushel.
The State of South Carolina,
ORANC KBC RG COL* N TV.
In the CcuttT of Probate.
By AUGUSTUS II. KNOWLTON, Ks.j.
Judge of Probate in said County.
WHEREAS, John e. Jones hath applied
t'> me tor Letters <tf Administration on the
Estate ul Frederick W. Juoea, late ol Or
uugeburg t'aunty, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and ttdumniih
all and singular the kindred und i'reditors
? <i i he said deceased,* t o be ahd appear, be
fore me.iii n Court of Probate fur the said
County to be hohlen hi Oraugebiirg. on the
h ilay of July. l*7:t, til Ml o'clock A.
M.. tu show cause il any, why the said Ad
ministration should not he granted,
(liven under my Hand and the Seal oft'our I,
this '?th day of July Auno Domini IS7.1.
[L.S.] AUC It. KNOWLTON.
Probate Judge, o (\
july 12 -Jt
Geat reduction in prices of Spring Oeods
bought iu the last ten day.
If VO? WANT TO QET THE BEST AND
Cheapest ready-made Spring Clothing,
go to McNAMARA'S.
If you want ladies and child
reu's Shoes ot the best quality and al luw
prices, go to McNAMARA'S.
f you want i.adies dress uoods
Cheap aud Stylish, go to
IF vou WANT OKNTEEMEN'S CASSI
tneres. Cloths, Tweeds, Meltons, Drab'
d'et". Stitniucr drills aud cottonades, etc.,
all of the liest quality, and the largest Stock
iu towu, und ui low prices, too, goto
IF VOU WANT (iOOD SUOAR, 8 i,RS
For $1, go to McNAMARA'S.
IF VOU WANT OOOD BROWN HOME8
pun one wide, al 12* cents, go to
IF YoU IFANT TO ? BUT CHEAP FOR
Cash, goto McNAMARA'S.
Dei 11 k thankful for the liberal patronage
boat owed on nie in the past. i respectfully
?elicit a contiunaucu of the samo.
j m.nam an a.
Apprll 2.1, 1871 ly.
The recent decisions of the Supreme
Court of the United States have declared
the HOMESTEAD ACTS of this State un
constitutional us to debts contracted prev
ious to 1 hGK.
Ihe lu-M amendment to the ltnnkrupt Inw
gives to the debtor the same exemption ol
real aud personul property as wss giren to
bin by the Homestead law.
The only way ihul HOMESTEADS can be
-????>.j ?- 1 is by in).in;; the benefit oftheUauk
Especial attention hua been and will be
devoted to this branch of the law by
DROWNING a browNlNC,
Attorneys at Law,
Russell Street, Oraugeburg S. C.
may 21 3t||
M HS.CS. MAULE,
RUSSELL ST UK KT,
Takes pleasure in snnuitncing to her Cus
In mors and Ihe Public in ecneral that she
hns Opened her SPRING STOCK consisting
of <h? LATEST STYLES of
Thankful for past favors, she respect full}
solicits a conliuuance of the aamc.
A SPECIALTY Drc-s .Making. Cutting
and Filling Carried on as usual by Mrs. I.
S. CUM MINOS.
Country Orders respectfully solicited and
will meet veilll prompt attention.
apl I'I 1m
Why is it that
MOSELEY & CROOK.
Sell GOODS so CHEAP? Because
they "Sell Exclusively for CASH."
juue 28 nine \j
Southern Life Insurance Company.
PRINCIPAL OFTJl KS: ?Mkmpfjis Tksx., and Atlanta, Ga.
Memphis Office. T. A. Nelson, President. A Woodruff, Vicc-Prcsident
Benjamin May, Secretary,
Atlanta Office. ??lohn B.Gordon, President, A. II. Colquitt, Vice Presi
dent. .1. A. Moni-?, Secretary.
FLACK A' WAKKI.Mi, Genera) AgcnUs Columbia, South Carolina.
.1. A. Hamilton, Resident Agent, Orangohnrg, South Carolina.
ASS1CTS -lonuarv 1st, 1R73 - ? $,1534,483,97
ORANGEBURG BRANCH OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Dr. W. F. Barton, Robert Copes, Jame.s F. I-ilar.
John A. Hamilton, Dr. W. W. Wannmaker, E. Kussel Zimmerman,
Thud C. Andrews. W. .T. DcTreville, George Boliver,
Paul S. Felder, Thomas Zimmerman James Van Tassel,
\j. R. Bcck'with, Henry Moorer, Samuel Dibble,
Dr. W. F. Barton, Chairman,
John A. Hamilton, Secretary,
Paul s. Fkldbr,
Ja.MKs F. I/.LA It,
Tbi> Company issues policies on all approved plans and pays losses promptly
For further information, avplv to
n JOHN A HAMILTON.
Resident Aa^? nt, Orangaburg, So. C
June 12, 1*73 17 3m
FROM niK CELEBRATED FIRM OF
LANDRETH & CO.
Of the following descriptions:
FLAT DUTCH, RED TOP, AMBER GLOBE, LARGE GLOBE, POMK
RaNKAN GLOBE, YELLOW RUTA BAOA, ETC.
To be had from
SIGIST OF THE BIG WATCH.
MEMBERS of the AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY will be supplied with
Hutu Bugs and all other Keeds as usual.
is*- WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED,
july 0 00
THE HIGHEST PRICE
WILL BE PAID FOR
ROUGH RICE, CORN AND PEAS
HQ 9 OTDCCT
UO iSL Ol ULLI,
ORANGEBURG, S. C,
Where al*o RICK, CORN ar.l other GRAIN will be GROUND ?I the
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
june 21 00
T Kohn & Bro
CONTEMPLATE MOVING IN THEIR
On or about the FIRS .! of SEPTEMBER. Io the interim they will CLOS8
To have EXPENSE of Moving and Carriage
All pe,sons interested iu BA11GATN8 wi,! taka DUK NOtWsf
and govern themselves accordiugly.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
IT IS NOW SETTLED
THAT the "ENTERPRISF SALOON" conducted W .1. HERMAN W?HLERS io the
ONLY PLACE In Orangcbtirg where anything likw FANCY DRINKS, er COOLIN* assd
DELICIOUS BEVERAOKS arc prepare.I," and it in rery certain.
That Captain Jack and Ellen's Man
Wcrr the.v here, would wnnrtrr at the Heliciom rnoHf ?n wLioh "fire-watsr" ean ktMS
eected. AM the wonderful Summer 'lignites, such a*
"CLARET PUNCHES," ??SHERRY-COBBLFKS." ??cock TAILS," ?'WHITI-LIONf,"
??MINT .) t*I.l"S." "GIN-SLlNaS," Rl'? ANDY-SMASH KS," ?? LEMON ABM
a la t>af?n," 80BA WATER c<? ??, nmuehf,". SKINS," TOD
DIES,'' ?CROWDERS" and podnda' of
Are to be brought to Orangebarg,
In fact ar* already here and HOURLY COMPOUNDED and HOURLY ENJOYED by die
ho? i" -.n'.. and ihos# who possess tb.?1 .tat iu uivre and ? little "u-hrrtwithml."
Those who fancy the Heath of t'.e Duke of Clarenca and who would lilts
To be Drowned in a Hogshead of
Can find the MATERIALS for this glorious suicide, but would doubtless m% ditsnav
from such a purpose on stopping in *"
At the Enterprise Saloon
Kept aver OPEN and BRIGHT
BY AUGUSTUS FISCHER, Aft
jucs 21 * 9