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SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1873.
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READ THE ELECTION NOTICE IN
ANOT liER COLUMN^!! ALSO THE CALL
FOR A CONVSKTION ! ! t
vpjr a rat .Mjet* j*% ?? i
Not king exciting to town save poli
JfO?? CANDIDA TS8?
Messrs Calvin Ouignard and A. C.
W illiams sro running for the Senator
* We were informed at Fort Motte
last Tuesday that the cotton in that
vicinity promised well. Corn more thao
T here was seme lively sparring at
Ltwisvillo last Saturday bctwosn Messrs
Browning, (M. I ) and Byas.
Divine service Will be held in the
Kpiioepal Church to mosjpw at half
pa*t ten o'olook. The Rev. N. B. Full?r
VOSE & IZLAR?
Have ? fine lot of healthy watermolons.
We've sampled them aud know they're
healthy. Our boys thauk Messrs. Yo.se
& i xlar for a treat.
The pr?sent Rail Road Schedule is a
nuisance. , It is impossible to go any
-where from Oraugeburg without being
obliged to stay away either all day or all
Mrs A. 8. K. of Brooklyn, tf. Y., will
accept our thanks for recent Brooklyn
and New York papers. We hope soon
to have the pleasure of expressing our
acknowledgments in person.
To our 'infinite' disgust we inadver
tently wrote ''infinitoslnial" instead of
'infinite' last neek, in one efottr locals
We ni?h Wo could blame the printer
Lot wa can't, honestly.
1 he Louisville Ledger says h does not
Itt.tk exactly the thing to ace a minister
fanning himself while offering a prtyer
That is an. But, if any body is to be
kept awake, it oertaiiily ought to be the
tiEOROX H. *corNelson-~
Who was th4 bravest English tar?
Who n-alOreat llritaln's narnl star?
Who beat the French at Trafalgar?
Lord Nelson t
Whess snmiuer hats are cool as lee?
Who hat the most of all that's, nico?
Who sells at almost any price f
rjTsT N* WRtRKST^
We are informed that the present
Town Council having but a short time
te remain in effiee will take ne steps in
this matter, but will leave the whole
subjeet to he sotad upon by their succes
Perhaps they are right and perhaps
net. At any rate we srs beuud to hare
that New Street.
The first of August will eomo and
there will be mourning in Orangeburg
among those who don't oall before that
time oa the Town Kxeoutioncr, Nr.
Kirk Robinson, snd pay up their local
We would like to know, by the way,
why the Towu Council does not publish
its collection notices- ia the New?.
Don't all speak at once.
Of all the denominations, the Meth
odists see in to make the most of centen
aries. Within six or seven years several
of them hsvo been celebrated in a vory
marked end impressive manner.?kx.
Those Methodists are smart people
and evidently knew how to make the
.most of time "Several" centenaries in
six or seven years is doing wsll. But
how short the days must be undsr that
MA 88 MEETING AT LH WIR VILLE?
After (ha adjournment of tbe meeting
held last Saturday at Lowisville to
adopt resolution* in regard to ihe death
of oar late Senator, soother meeting was
organised with Sheriff E. I. Cain as
rCAsdrsosn aad Mr. P. K Jones, Secrete
8 pe sehen were made bjr Messrs J. C.
WbUmere, B. Byas, F. R. MoKinlsy,
C. An^rawe, 8. L Duncan apd J P.
Moya. A good deaj ef sharp talking
was done, feu* a bear? rain-storm
broke up the meeting before any 4?fl
aits action was had as to the Scatter
?hip. ? -
BE ?ig-!-..' .sp. -Jii??s-i'-i-^as
Tm. Cornkr Stonk of the Fai,
Building of the Orangeburg Agricultur
al and Mechanical Association trill be
laid with Masonic ceremonies, by R.\
W .-. D.-. D.. Qraod Master James F.
Izlar, 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 Hou. Thomas W. G lever.
The public generally are invited to
COTTON PRESS? .
We advise our farming friends and
all others interested to examine the
model of a cotton press whioh is to be
acen at tho store of Messrs J. W. Patrick
& Co. We don't claim to be very pro
found in the mechanical lino, but this
press eertaiuly seems to us the most pow
orful and ingenious thing of the kind
we ever saw. Bead Mr. Patricks adver
tisement and thou examine the model
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Plenty of rain during the past week
and every body jolly in oonsetiuenee.
The crops iu St Mathews were particu
larly in need of a wetting, and now they
havo had it in abundance. One of our
lawyer frionds, who plants largely near
Lewisville, appeared excessively bluo
I during the latter part of tho recent
drought, but, we are glad to say, we mot
him a day or two age looking as happy
as a "clam at high water."
DR. T. B. LEOARE?
"We regret to learn that Dr. Legare ia
about to remove from Oranueburg to
Tannesse?, where he expects to find a
Wider fluid for tho practice of his pro.
fessioo. Dr. Legare is a thoroughly
edito.ited and skillful dentist?one, wo
belicvo, who has few superiors anywhere
la his specialty. If he ever needs a
hearty recommendation down in ''old
Tennessee*' we, who have experienced
his skill and ability, shall bo always
ready to give it.
When your beard is lougsr than your
wife or your sweetheart like* to see it ?
when you aro hot, tirod or played out?
go tn BroWn*? to Brswu the barber, aud
tako fi.'teon oesls worth of uoiiifort Drop
into Brown's big chair a.id dots lastly
off into the land of dreams. Forgec
the World and everything in it bat
Brown. Let Brown's deft fingers Ooax
ingly manipulate your overheated skull.
Be aharod?-hate your hair cut?bu
shampooed?do anything to prolong your
stay at Brown's. Dream of the first
time you aaw Matilda Jane, aud how you
loved her ; aud of the last time you saw
her, when it was evident that sho didn't
love yon. Dream of your firat fee, aud
ef hew proudly aud happily you gave
it te the dearest woman on earth, your
mother. Dream?droam?dream! Then
wake up, a handsomer and a better man,
settle with Brown, and go baek to the
hard, practioal, every day, wide awake,
business world wbioh lies outside o f
Browr'e barber- shop.
A MARKET! A MARKET! .'?
One of the greatest present need? of
Orangcburg is a Town Market. Meat
and vegetables are necessaries of life and
yet how difficult it often is it to get them,
even when one has the money to pay
for them. There ought to be a publio
market where the country people could
expose their meats and produce for
sale .daily. No greator convenience for
the towns people could bo imagine j. Let
somebody take the matter in hand at
onoe. We don't like to bore our .aaders
with oonstant suggestions of what ought
to bo done to advance the interests of our
Town, and we don't belive that such
suggestions do boro them. But some
people will kick at every proposition in
volving a dollar's outlay and it isn't pleas
ant to be considered officious by any one.
Nerertheless, we are willing to be blamed
for asserting that Orangeburg needs,
and ought to have, a Town market.
Who will keep the ball rolling 7
OUR LATE1 SENATOR?
At a mass meeting of the Republicans
of Oraegeburgcounty,held at Lewisville j
last Saturday, the 19th instant, of whioh
Mr. Richard II. Duncan was chairman
and Mr. J. Herman Wahlers secretary,
a committee appointed to draft reeolu
ttons iii regard to the death of the Hon.
James L. Jamison, late Senator' from
this county, reported the following pre
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onible and resolutions which wero, upon
motion of Malcolm I. Browning Eatj.
Whereas i* baa pleased an a<*>-rri^e
Providence to remove from the soeoe ot
his earthly labors ths lion James L.
Jamison, late Sonstor from this county :
Therefore be it
Resolved, That in the death of the
Hon. James I* Jamison the Republi -
can party of this State, and more uspe
oially of this county, has lost one of the
warmest friends, one of the stuunchest
adheron'? aud one of the most vigorous,
untirin0 and successful workors who ever
advanced its glorious banner to victory.
Resolved, That the Republicans of
this County endorse fully and without
limit the course of their late Senator
while acting in the councils of our State
and of our party, and that tho example
ot his political enreor furnishes the best
heritage aud guide to those who may
Rtsolved; 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 the Orangcburg NkW8, in
the Columbia Union-Herald and iu the
Charleston Morning Chronicle., and that
a copy thereof be furnishod to the widow
and family of the deocased.
V. D Bowman, Chairman.
A. B. Knowlton,
8. L Duncan,
J. L. HUMBstoT,
A game between 1st and 2nd Nine,
Orange B. B. Club, playod Monday
afternoon, July 21st 1873.
1st N.st: P. 0. C .nnon, CAPT.
Cannon. Pitcher, 4 2.
Julian Salley, Catcher, 3 3.
Lewis Waunamakcr, 8. Stop 2 3.
Ceo. Walker, 1st Base, 1 5.
W. Moss, 2ud B. 3 3.
duo. iLilman, 3d B. 3 3.
W. Lucas, R Field, 2 8.
Baldwin, L. Field, 3 3.
j Williams, C. Field, 3 3.
O. 24, 28 R.
2nd Nink, Hontem* At.muo.1, Ca)vp.
A Id rich, Pitchor, I 3.
E. h. Salley, Catcher, 1 4.
Harley, S. Stop, 4 3.
A. Walker, l?t Base, 2 5.
L. H. Wauuamakcr 2nd IS. 1 5.
Albcrgotti, 3rd " 2 2.
Jeffords, R. Field, 3 1.
Dantsler, L. " ?? 5 1.
T. Wajiaauiaker, C. 11 3 3.
O. 21, 20 R
Tho gamo consisted of 8 innings und
was well contested, the advantago being
first one side then the other,but was at last
wou by the I.-t Nine, although, they had
been whitewashed three times. The 2nd
Nine received a whitewash in the 6th inn
ing. Flics and f'qpls were hatidsomelj
taken by Messrs Cannon, Salley, Wanna
maker and Walker of 1st Nine, and
M;ssrs A Id rich, EL. Salley, A. Walker
and L. H. Wanuamakcr of 2nd Nino.
The Club have their regular game on
every Monday afternoon, except Sales
day, then on following Wednesday.
The public generally and ladies especial
ly aro invited.
BRA XGH VILLK ITEMS?
A Cow days ago, a man named Perry
iuduced a child, nged about thirteen
years, to leave her mother and follow
him into Colloton County, at which
place thoy wore married. The mother
of the child oomplaincd to Trial Justice
Reodish, who issued his warrant and
soon bad Porry before him. A prelim
inary hearing was had, after which, 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
st Howe's Pntnp on Wednesday last be
tween the Palmettos* of Branchville and
the Rowe't Punsp Club. The game was
won by ths Palmetto Club, 53 against 9
Everything passed off pleassutly The
Branchville boys express themselves,
highly pleased with their visit and have
invited the "Rowas Pump Club,' to
play st Branchville at an asrly day; an
Invitation which was cordially accepted.
Camp Meeting commences at Cattle
Creek next Wcdocsdny.
A meeting of the oserchauU of Bruuch
at an early day is talked of, for the
purpose of eulogizing the late Editor
of the Nkws for tho unsolicited fame
given that Town as a "Trog pond."
Ou Thursday of ia.** week Branch
rille was visited by Juite a number of
the proiuiment citizens of Orangeburg.
Among the number were the late Editor
of the Nkws, and some dyzei or more
noted politicians. Politics and vom
merou wer? th<i chiof aubj'icta debated.
Tho "Humanitarian Sooiety of
Bnnchvillo" is makiug efforts to find
nut who it was that kept a certain Prop
tied by the fuot from 10 A. M. until
tho loaviug of the up Columbia night
treib oi Thursday 17th Jul A. D. 1873.
. YV. H. REEDISH.
Columbia, 8. C, Dec. HOth, 1870.
To the Editor Uriimjeltu.-g AVw* :
Slit?1 have the honor to inform you that
ol a uieetiug of the Hoard of Officers, cre
atud by itu Act ent'tlcd "An Act to Regulate
tlie Publication of all Lognl and Public
Notices," the following resolution waa adop
Nftohcd, That the " () It A N 0 E B U It Q
N RVi 8" is hereby designated aa the OFFI
CIAL PAPER for the Publication of all
Legal Notices and Official Advertisements of
the County Officers iu the County of Orange
F. *L. CARDOZO,
Sec. of State
and Chairman Board.
Per W. R. JONES.
Orrios or Tats Obakukbkko Nkwh,
July, -.5 h 1873
COTTON?Salca during the week ,1(1
bales. Wc quote :
M iddling.17 (ui
Rocun RieB.-S1.40 per oushel
Cohn.$1.oo per bushel.
Cow 1'kas. 1.00 per bushel.
PlMtBkfl. 1.10 per bushel.
The State of South Carolina,
OK AN< i EBL'RC COL*N T V.
In thk Ccurt of Pb?bath
lly AUGUSTUS lt. KNOWLTON, Esq.
Judge of Probate in said County.
WHKRF.AS, .lohn E, Jones hath applied
to mo for Letters of Administration on the
Estate "t Frederick \V, Jones, l.nte of Or
mtgcbtirg Ceuuty, deceased.
These ?re therefore to oife and uduiAniuh
aU-ninl sitigui** the kindred und Creditors
of the said deeeasod/to he and appear, he
fore me, hi a Court of Probate for tlie said
County to tie hidden at Orangeburg, on the
?_'tith day of July, 1M7:<. at HI o'clock A.
M., to show cause if any, why the said Ad
ministration should not l?e granted,
tJiven under my Hand and the Seal of Court.
this '.'tli day of July Anno Bviiiiiii 1878,
[L.S.] AUG. B. KN?>W LTON.
Probale Judge); O. C.
july 12 :!?
Qeat reduction in prices of Spring Qeods
bought in tho laet ten dar.
IF VO? WANT TO OET THE BEST AND
Cheapen ready-uade Spring Clothing,
go to McNAMARA'S.
IF YOU WANT LADIES AND CHILD
t en's Shoes of the beet quality and at low
price*, go to MoNAMARA S.
IF YOU WANT LADIES DRESS OOODS
Cheap and Stylish, go to
IF YOU WANT OliNTEEMEN'S CA88I
meres. Cloths, Tweed*, Meltons, Drab'
dele. Summer drills aud cottonades, etc.,
all of the heat quality, and the largest Stock
in town, aud"at low prices, too. goto
IF YOU WANT OOOD SUGAR, 8 I.RS
For $1, go to McNAMARA'S.
IF YOU WANT OOOD BROWN HOMES
pu: one wide, at Ills cents, goto
IF YOU H AST TO ? BUT CHEAP FOR
Cash, go to McNAMARA'S.
Being thankful for the liberal patronage
bestowed on me in the past. I respectfully
selicil a coiitiuuaueo of the sanio.
ApprU2f?, 187:1 It.
The recent decisions of the Supreme
Court of the United States have declared
the HOMESTEAD ACTS of this State un
constitutional us to debt* coutracted prev
ious to lhl)8.
Ilie last amendment to the Bankrupt law ]
gives to the debtor the same exemption of
renl and personal property ns was given to
hin by the TIOMERTEAD LAW.
The only way that HOMESTEADS ????? !>??
secured is by taking the benefit oftheilauk
Especial attention has been and will be
devoted to ibis branch ef the law by
BROWNINU A BROWNING,
Attorneys at Law.
Russell Street, Orangeburg 6. C.
may 21 3t| |
M i *S. o. S. a?ATJLE,
russell st he kt,
Takes pleasure in nnuouncing to her Cus
louiers and the Public in ecneral that site
hn* opened her SPRISfl STOCK consisting
of ihn LATEST STYLES of
Thankful for past favors, she respect full}
solicit* it continuance of the same.
A SPECIALTY 1'rcss Making. Cutting
and Killing Carried on as usual by Mrs. I.
S. CUM Ml NOR.
Con u try <tr?ler7< respect fully solicited and
will meel with prompt attention.
apl 19 lni
Why is it that
MOSEL EY & CROOK.
Sell GOODS so CHEAP ? Because
they "Sell Exclusively for CASH."
juue 28 .iunc J8 \y
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Southern Life Insurance Company.
PRINCIPAL OFFICES:?M km ruts Tenn., and Atlanta, Ca.
Memphis Office. ?T. A. Nelson, President. A Woodruff*, Vice-President
Benjamin May, Secretary,
Atlanta Office.?.lohn B. Gordon, President, A. H. Colquitt, Vice-Presi
dent. J. A. Morris, Secretary.
FLACK it WARRING, Genera) Agent.-, Columbia, South Carolina.
j. A. Hamilton, Resident Agent, Orangeburg, South C'urolina.
ASSETS Januarv 1st, 187.? ? - $jj$34<483,07
ANNUAL INCOME.? 81,?<>(>,00< >.
011ANGEBURG BRANCH OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Dr. W. F. Barton, Robert Copes, James P. I^lar.
John A. Hamilton, f)r. W. W. Wannraaker, E. .Kussel Zlmmerroau,
Thnd C. Andrews. W. J. DcTrevillc, George Boliver,
Paul S. Felder, Thomas Zimmerman James Van Tassel,
L. R. Bcikwith, Henry Moorer, Samuel Dibble,
Dr. W. F. Barton, Chairman,
John A. Hamilton, Secretary,
Pa tl ti. Feeder,
James F. Izlar,
This Company issues policies on all approved plans and pays losses promptly.
For further information, ayply to
_ JOHN A HAMILTON.
Resident Aavxent, Orangeburg, Po. C.
June 12, 1873 17 3m
FROM rilK CELEBRATED FIRM OF
LANDRETH & CO.
Of the following descriptions :
FLAT DUTCH, RED TOP, AMBER GLOBE, LARGE GLOBE, POMK
BaNEAN GLOBE, YELLOW RUTA BAG A, ETC.
To be had from
SlOlSr OF THE BIG WATCH.
MEMBERS of the AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY will be ?applied with
Hutu Baga and all other Seed* as usual.
AW WATCHES AND JEJWELRY REPAIRED.
july 5 , 00
THE HIGHEST PRICE
WILL BE PAID FOR
ROUGH RICE, CORN AND PEAS
oTDAiie jp ctdcct
ohmuo o6 oiin.i-1
ORANGEBTJRG, S. C,
Whore also RICK, CORN and other GRAIN will be GROUND at the
LOWEST MARKET BATES.
june 21 ?*
T Kohn & Bro
CON'T E M PL ATE MOVING IN THEIR
On or about the FIRS ' of SEPT KM BER. In the interim they will CLOSB
To sate EXPENSE of Moving and Carriage.
All po.Kons iutcrcsted iu 13 A"TtG.iVT^N\S wi,! tak6 D?K
and govern themselves accordtugly.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
IT IS NOW SETTLED
THAT the "ENTERPRISE SALOON" conducted by J. HERMAN W?HLERS ie t%?
ONLY PLACE in Orangeburg where anything lika FANCY DRINKS, er COOLI3f# ea4
DELICIOUS RE YE RAO KS ar. prepared, and it is very eertain.
That Captain Jack and Ellen's Man
Were ihay here, would wonder at the deliciou* mode in which "fire-water" eaa he aaav
coctrd. All Oie wonderful Summer digui?es, sueh as
??CLARET PUNCHES," "SHERRY-COBBLERS," "COCKTAILS,' "WRITS-LIOXeV
??MINT-JUMPS," -GIN-SL1SOS," BRANDY-SMASHES." LF.MONADH
a la be>-nn," SODA-WATER efee ant movrht,". SKINS," TOD
DIES," "CROWPER8" and "nlla podrtdd' of
Are to be brought to Orangeburg,
In fact are already here and HOURLY COMPOUNDED and HOURLY ENJ0T8? by the
ho* vtvantt and those who possess the s?eiu tuvr* and a little "u-hrrtwithml."
Those who fancy the death of tho Duke of Clarenca and who would tike
To be Drowned in a Hogshead of
Can Bod the MATERIALS for this glorious suicide, but would doubtless be dieeeeeoa'
from such a purpose on stopping in -"
At the Enterprise Saloon
Kept ever OPEN and BRIGHT
BT AUGUSTUS FISCHER, Aft
juce si ? mj