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SAJM?DAY, A l'GTST y, 1873.
Voi? fit** T. ?. Audrews next
As this issue of tho News will be
hurled with the corner stone of tho Fair
Building of the Agricultural Society of
Orangeburg County, wo desire to bury
a tew items of a great many men
with it. The News may bo discm
tombed within a century and thoso to
come may Enow, without reading histo
ry, something of those of to-day. Wc
will commence at tho depot, nnd promise
riot less than two uor more than tdu
linos to any person.
Mr* T.'O. Dawsoo is our depot agont.
Ho is affable and polite. May Orange
burg always have such an agclt.
Mr. T* A. Jeffords, keeps on the corn
er near the Railroad. He U delicately
'built, but possessed of decision of bha
racter. Messrs. T. C. amlJ.S. Albot
gotti uro with him, both jolly good fel
Hon. Thos. W. Glover lives next.
His uamo forms a part of the history of
N. Austin Bt?ll is an adopted citizen
of whom we are truly proul. Ho was
Mayor ot this city for years.
Mortimer Glover?-son of Judge Thos.
W. Glover?is one of the first members
of the bar.
TV. N. Scovill Is a partner of Bull,
Scovill & Piko, aud a valuable aud in
Patrick Doyle is a son of New York,
and a better man uuver lived.
John English, S partner Of Doyle,
knows the isong, "Wealing ot the
Green," and is a young man of Much
. Mrs. M. A. Tread well, relic of the
Inte W. R. Tt eudwell, is a lady who has
long been, and is uow engaged iu the
hotel business. Her family is amoug
C. D. Kortjohn is an tentcrprisiug
young German merchant, and prospering
Goorg? Williams, native, merchant.
Has many friends.
Jv 0? JaUhcy, Saddler and ham s
kuaker. Charlestoniao. Good eitisou.
Xi M Girardcau, recently from Char
leston. Furuiti'.rc buduuss.
T D Wolfe, grocery and dry goods,
native born; A good fellow and a good
William Willcoek, tin ware* Has
made tbonny. Alderman and a s'Kan
uck.>' A 1 eitissu.
Ml1* Mattlev milliner; Prospering.
George S Shirer, groceries and liquors.
Ev?l:ybody knows him. A general
A Fischer, Liquors making
Vose & Ittlar, Groceries. Vose from
Chfctkstott. tetaf "to the manner born."
A popular firm. No better iu the town.
Moscloy ?fe Crook, Groceries Ae.,
Recently started, but already deep iu
the hearts of their customers.
W M Sain, Saloon & Billiards; also
dealer in horsos. From the Tar heel
J A Hamilton, Groceries, Dry goods
and editor of tho Oraiigcburg Times.
J H Fowles, from Beaufort. Cashier
ot the Citizens Saving Bank.
E. Ezekiel, jeweller. Adopted citi
zen. Energetic go-ahead man.
W S Teague, from Laurens. Fore
man in Times' Office. Strong tempo
W A Edwards, native of Columbia.
Foreman Oranoehuro News. Worthy
Patriarch of Orangcb irg Division No
24 Sins of Temperance.
W P Sponccr, printer in News' Of
Andrew Redmond, bettor known as
"Biley." Our Devil.
The Orangeburg Times, a Democratic
newspaper. J A Hamilton, editor ; J
H Fowles, local editor; K irk-Robinson,
Andrew F lirowning, uative of Char
lent on, Trial Justice.
. Dr A C Dukes. A young man of
much promise. Doing well.
J W Patrick & Co. Dry goods and
shoes. Good business man, in a good
The Oraxqeburq New*, speaks for
W E Williams, nature, oqr popular
Q A Jtfeuffer, German, K>.oq Doq
tioh spreeheq. Clerk iu post office.
D Louis, dry goods, Ac. Oldest mer
chant in town. Popular and prosper*
Goo H Coruolson, adopted citizen.
Docs about the best business in town.
T Kohn & Bro. More Germans.
Dry goods &c. Lite business men,
who bare their reward in this world.
Dr K J Olireros, adopted citizon, with
6no opportunities for poisoniug every
citizen of the County. Prefers however
to do theiu all good?-and does it.
Mrs Oldendorf?, Gorman. Milliner.
Much rospocted and doiug well.
James Jones, tailor. Ono of our old
est and most respected citizens.
Thomas W Albergotti, Chnrlestonian,
IJrkcr and confectionery. Doiug a
Philip Hieb, Dry goods Ac , German.
J P Hnrloy general merchant Ac i
native. Old stand-by.
Joseph Lark ins, harness maker, one
of the tir*t and strongest Republicans
in the County.
L Kansdale, contractor, adopted citi
zen. Another good man
H Rigg?, Carriage factory and Saw
Mill; from Connecticut. A go-ahead
public spirited nud successful man.
S II Clark, northern man, blacksmith.
Retired from business.
W A Meroney, geuoral merchant.
"Tar heeler." On the square in every
thing. Runs a first rate hotel.
M Rich, German, clothing and dry
goods. Doing z good business.
Jackson A Them, groceries. Among
t.ho'bcst of our colored citizens.
Charles Green, caterer. Gives close
nttcntion to his business.
J Wallace Cannon, groceries and
liquors. Another "Tar-heeler/' Young
and enterprising merchant.
Joseph McNnmara, adopted citizen,
dry goods &c. Prospering.
M Aibrecht, German, boot and shoo
maker. Evury body likes "Mat."
F W II Hng-imann, G :rrcun . Oilr
May of. A jelly good fellow. Highly
John Adde?, Cef man, Groceries Ac.
A iittietj good eitiien.
T W Certmillj from the Emerald
Isle. Dry goods did Doiug Well.
W T Idghtfoot, a Georgiant groceries
Ac. One of o?r My>?t enterprising citi
James Cannon. nntWe. RctircJ from
P i Cnnnnn, Gunsmith, native. In
genious nicchuui^. .
Rull, Scoville & Piko, general merch
ant. All adopted citiaeus A leading and
thoroughly reliable firm. Have made
D W Robinson, Tailor. A quiet
good citizen, respeotod by over/ one.
L Rich, German. Merchant.
I P Thompson, adoptod oitizon, j eWel
ler. Doing well.
Puul Moutsol; German, baker, kn:>tfd
how to "raise" things. Goodoitisen.
Osoar Chaiupy, groceries, adopted
citizen, of tho oourteous old French
Chnmpy Drothers, groceries and liquors
young and go ahead.
J W H Dukes, Hotel. One of the
old oitizeu9, native of this county.
Dr T A Elliott, an able and beloved
physician. One of the best men the
Lnrd ovor made. Those who have most
suffered, best know him.
Dr. A S Salloy, a physician, excelled
by none in the County.
Dr. M G Salley, a young physician
of much promise. The "worthy son of a
Dr. T B Legare, from Charleston.
Recently settled here.
R II Aldrioh, Carolinian. Shingle
Joseph Straus, German. Machinist
and mill wright. Rice and Grist mill.
Z M Wolfe A Mitchell, House Paint
John Lucas, Chnrlestouian, builder
Joseph Browor, A Alexander. Paint
R M Smith, Georgian: Contractor
Col. J C Edwards, native. .Brick
P Doyle & Co. Carriago faotory is.
The following is a list of tho lawyers
now practicing in Orangcburg : T W
Glovor, W M Hutson, W F HaUon, W
J DoTreville, J Folder Meyers, Jas F
Iz'ar, S/Fhiuol Dibble, Mortimer Glover,
Julius W Glover, Maloolra I Browning,
T B Whaley, A F Browning, John L.
Humbert, Augustus B Knowlton.
R I Cain, native, sheriff.
C B Glover, native, deputy sheriff.
George Boliver, 'German, Clerk of
Augustus B KuowUoq, Judge of Pro
James P Mays, Oh loan. Trial Justice.
Thad C Andrews, adopted citizen
County Treasurer. '
Jaums Van Tassel, adopted citizen.
Fran!: MoKiulay, native. School
E T It Smoako, John Robinson,
Alexander Rrowu, Couuty Commission
Town Council?F II W Briggmnnn,
Mnynr; Aldermen, E J Oliveros, Win
Willcoek, George Boliver, Abrain Mar
tin. E J Olivoros, Clerk. James J
Caunon, Town Marshall.
Episi ? >al Church?Nathaniel B Ful
Presbyterian Church?J D A Browu,
Methodist Chureh?-F Auld, pastor.
Hugh A C Walker, presiding elder.
lhiptint Church?I)r I 1) Durham,
Lutheran Church?0 A Hough, pas
Yol<* for T. C. AiidrcwK next
See Kortjoho's new advortisuuient.
The cottou of Mr. Baxter, on Mr
Wolfe's place, is beautiful.
Branch ville [tents too late for th*i6
issuo. Will keep until next week.
The bill of lumber sawod by Mr. II.
Riggs forKohn A Pro. is ub fine as any
we have ever seen.
A fine milch cow belonging to W. Al
Mcroney, Esq., fell dead in tho street
near the resideuoe of Mr. Rausdale on
The weeds and grass in tho Court
H huso Square afford a comfortable bid
ing placo for snukes. Whoso duty in it
to haVo them cut down T
Vote for T. C An drens next
We learn that Mr. Meroucy has made
arrangements to keep, during the Fall
and Winter, a supply of fine hogs, (auoh
us ho had lust year) for sale.
We learn that our enterprising young
friend Mr.Helton Rettcrson haa purchas
ed a valuable lot opposite Court Houso
Square on which he designs erecting a
Howe's Pump is growing rapidly.
Some of our most sterling citizens reside
in and around her borders, and wo
predict that the next Legislature will
give her the power to olect au Intcndaut
Vote for T. C. Andrews next
Tho City Council are having a ditoh
dug along side Amelia Streot which
will bo a great bcnefiV to that portion of
Orangeburg. Co ahead gentlemen, let
your ending be attended with as much
praise as greeted your Induction into
Mr. C. W. Caldwell requests us to
state, and we do state with pleasure ,
that he did not join the "Allies," as we
mistakeuly announce 1 in our last issue.
Mr. Caldwcll desires us further to say
that he will now, and always, support the
regular nominee of the Straight Ilepub
1 ho exe8':iaes acoompamying tho
laving of ths Corner Stone of the Fair
Building of the Agricultural Socioty,
will take placo at tho Fair Grounds to
day at 12 o'clook.
The Masons will assemble for their
preparatory exercises at 10 a m, at the
Vote for T. C. Andre vk next
- f ?
L. R. Heek with, Esq., has handed us
ppocimens of tho cotton worms and co
coons found on his nnd Mr. Charles
Caller's farn.s The appearance of the
enemy at this early day has created u
great deal of alarm among onr eotton
planting friends. We hope sincerely
that their fears may not be realized.
? A game of Base Ball was playod on
Wo learn from one who knows, that
thosccoud nine beat the first, four runs.
The first making eighteen wTiile the
second made twenty-two.
There is some talk of a club from
Charleston challcgiug the Orange Club.
Look out Orangeburgers !
Vote for "V. c\ Andrew? next
Columbia, a. C, Dec 20th, 1870.
To the, Editor OrauyeLury Nties ;
Stn?I have the honor to Inform you that
At a meeting'of the Board of Officers, cre
ated ??y an Act entitled "An Act to Regulate
the Publication of ?11 Legal and Public
Notices," the following i ?solution was adop
Rrtulvtd, That the " O R A K O B IT R 0
N K W S " i? hereby designated as the OFFI
CIAL PAPER far the Publication of all
l.rgsl Xeticcs and Official A'lvertUementi of
the County Officers in the County of Orange
F. L. O?RDOZO,
8*e. of State
and Chairman Board.
Per W. It. JON KS.
Omer, or tuk On *sn Renan Nkws,
August, 9 h 1873
COTTON?Sales during the week 40
bales. We quote:
bow Middling.1 W,.
Rovuu Rick.$1.40per ousbel
Corn.$1.00 per bushel.
t'ow Peas.1.00 per bushel.
PiNUKBri. 1.10.per bushel.
T'ue recent decisions ef the Suprome
Court of the United Slates have declared
the HOMESTEAD ACTS "of 'his State un
constitutional' aS to debti contracted prev
ious to IHHtf.
The last amendment to 'he Bankrupt law
gives to the debtwr the -me exemption of
real and personal propv / as was given to
hin by the HOMESTEAD LAW.
The only way that HOMESTEADS can be
secured is by taking the benefit of the Bank
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 .?>t
Geat reduction in prices of Spring Ueodn
bought in the last ten day.
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BE8T AND
Cheapest ready-made Spring Clotbiug,
go <? WcNAMARA S.
IF YOU WANT LAD1F.8 AND CHILD
ren's Shoes of the best quality and at low
prices, goto * MiNAMARA'S.
F YOU WANT LADIES DRKSS GOODS
? Cheap and Stylish, go to
IF YOU WANT GEXTEEMEN'S CA88I
ineroH. (iotUs, Tweeds, Meltons, Drab'
d>t?\ Summer drills aud cottouades, etc.,
nil of the best quality, and the largest Stock
in tovrn, and at low prices, too. goto
IF YOU WANT GOOD SUGAR, 8 LRS
For $1, go to McNAMAKA'S.
IF YOU WANT GOOD BROWN HOMES?
pun out wide, at 1 _M cent*, goto
IF YOU WANT TO BUY CHEAP FOR
Cash, jo to MoNAMARA'S.
Being thankful for. the liberal put ronage
bestowed on rne in the past, I respectfully
sclicit a continuance of the lame.
. .1 McS A MAN A.
RS. CS. -yt A.T ILE,
Takes pleasure in announcing to her Cus
tomers aud the Public in general that she
has opened her SPRING STOCK consisting
of tbe LATEST STYLES of
Thankful for past favors, xhe respectfully
solicits a continuance of the saute.
A SPECIALTY?Dress Making. Cutting
und Fitting Carried on us usual by Mrs. 1.
S. CUM MINGS.
Country Orders respectfully solicited and
will meet with prompt attention.
a pi 19 lm
As well as the cChoiccst Stock of GROCERIES, LIQUORS und S EG ARS
are offered for sale by'
C. D. KORTJOEFS
A flue lot or P. 8. SIDES and SIIOULDERS at a very LOW PltlCE.
Also a fine loavf AUCM/S'JJA FLOUR, very CHEAP.
Just received a large STOCK of
WHISKEYS, BRANDIES, WINE, CIN, Ac.
Special attention is calted to my sto?k of
cocnac, cherry, * blackberry and pbaoh brandies, an I
fall and be convinced.
c. r>. Koimoi-iN.
aug 9 c
Why is it that
MOSELEY & CilOOK.
Sell GOODS so CHEAP? Because
they "Sell Exclusively for CASH."
juue 28 june 28 ljr
Southern Life Insurance Company.
PRINCIPAL OFFICES:?Mempiiis Tknn., ami Atlanta, Ga.
KemphlS Office.?T. A. Nelson, President. A Woodruff, Vice-President
Benjamin May, Secretary,
Atlanta Office.?John B. Gordon, President^ A. IT. Colquitt, Vice-Presi
dent. .1. A. Morri?, Secretary.
BLACK & WARRING, General Agents, Columbia, South Carolina.
J. A. Hamilton, Resident Agent, Orangeburg, South Carolina.
ASSETS January 1st, 1878 ? ? $,1534,483,97
ORANGEBURG MUNCH OF SOUTH
Dr. W. F. Barton,
John A. Hamilton,
That! C. Andrews,
Paul S. Felder,
L. It. Bccitwith,
Robert Copes, James F, Irlar.
Dr. W. W. Wannraaker, E. R?ssel Zimmerman,
W. J. DeTreville, George Bolivcr,
Thomas Zimmerman James Van Tassel,
Henry Moorer, Samuel Dibble,
Dr. W. F. Barton,-Chairman,
Jahn A. Hamilton, Secretary,
Pali. s. Felder,
.Tamer F. Izlar,
This Company issues policies on all approved plans and pays losses promptly
For further information, ayply to
June 12, 1873
. JOHN A HAMILTON.
Resident Aagent, Orangebur^, So. C.
FROM THE CELEBRATED FIRM OF
LANDRETH & CO.
Of the following descriptions :
FLAT DUTCH, RED TOP, AMBER GLOBE, LARGE GLOBE, POMK
RaNEAN GLOBE, YELLOW RUTA BAG A, ETC.
To be had from
E. EZEKIE L,
SIGrTST OF THE 1*1 Gr WATCH.
MEMBERS of the AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY will be supplied with
Ruta Baga and all other Seeds as usual.
ftajr WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED. ~?t
july 5 00
THE HIGHEST PRICE
WILL BE PAID FOR
ROU GH RICE, CORN AND PEAS
STRAUS & STREET,
ORANGEBURG, S= C,
Where also RICE, CORN and Other GRAIN will be GROUND at the
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
june 21 00
CONTEMPLATE MOVING IN THEIR
On or about the FIRST of SEPTEMBER. In the interim they will CLOSM
AT I * N PR ECEDENTED
To save EXPENSE of Movintr and Carriage.
All peisons interested in TJ ? [RG AI^STS take DUE NOTICE
and gore.ru themselves accordingly.
THEODORE EOEN & BROTHER.
IT IS NOW SETTLED
THAT the ??ENTERPRISE' S LOON" cnudncted by J. HERMAN w*AHLKES is the
ONLY PLACE in Orr.ngebnrg where anything like FANCY HitIXKS, or COOLING and
DELICIOUS BEVERAGES are prepared, and it is very certain.
That Captain Jack and Ellen's Man
? ere they here, would wonder at the delicious mode in which "fire-water" can be eon
cocted. All the wonderful Summer digulses, such as
"CLARET.PUNCHES." "SHERRY-COBBLERS," "COCK-TAILS," "WHITE-LIONS "
'?MINT-J U LInS," ?.?GIN-8LINGS," BRANDY-SMASH KS," "LEMONADES
a la baton," SODA-WATER, avee tine tnottcnr," SKINS," TOT
DIES," "CROWDERS" and "olia j>odrida." of
Are to be brought to Orangeburg,
In fact are already here and HOURLY COMPOUNDED and HOURLY ENJOYED by the
Aon rivanr* and those who,possess the nariu oivre and a little "trAertn-ilhal,"
Those who fancy the death of the Duke of Clarcnca and who would like
To be Drowned in a Hogshead of
J an find the MATERIALS for this glorious suicide, but would doubtless be dissuaded
irom such a purpose on stopping iu
At the Enterprise Saloon
Kept ever OPEN and BRiGHT
BY AUGUSTUS FISCHER, Agt.