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8ATURDAY, SB FT., 6 1873.
GEORGE BO LIVER. *
l or Aldermeu.
: *.R. MeKlNLA Y.
A. F. BROWNING.
The 'Comet Fire Euginc Company
turned out iu good stylo last Tuesday.
The oolorod Presbytorian Society
speak of building a ohuroh.
A movement is on foot to orguuize u
colored Hook & Ladder Company.
WHY IS THIS TttUSf? '
' Ou the Indepeudont Ticket tho color
ed candidate follows the Mayor.
The stock of the ^Agricultural Fail
association has been increased 10U
Poetry by "A. \V., is omitted this
week, owing to our want of space. It
will appear in our next isaue.
Election lor Towu officers ucxt Tues
day. Let .every Republican be on
*u***& )?ad of fodder arid a load of com
in the f-huck. Highest cash price paid,
.Two "colored Base Ball Nines have
fccon recently organized here under the
Captainship, respectively, of Messrs F.
Hl. McKinley and -John J?. Humbert.
Tho VVpirftiiwrt'OO teleirfams state at
length the diflerenco between genuine
aud counterfeit $30(f bills. We havent
?the slightest interest tu the matter.
A horse belonging tt? -our Senator
fleet ran away from Columbia 1 ist San
day, hat wrb caught On the Mouttcello
Road and returned to him, on Th?rs
Cafits 'J', A. .Lr Simla ? long life to him !
?is gelling up another Tournament to
"ronic off during the Fair. There is a
Vim afboat gallant Captain whieli
.'generaHj Volares the succercj of anything
in the-death of Capt. John F. Rile?.,
Which occurred last week at Rileys T.
??)., Oratigeburg, baa lust nun of her
''bestand most enterprising citizen. His
family have ?*r sincere sympathy in
See tfoe County Auditors notice of
the tsweting of the County Board of
Equalisation next Monday. Persons
who are dissatisfied with tho values
placed ou their property can then pre
vent their petitions for a reduction of
Trial Justice J". L. Rast Esq., un ler
weut a severe trial last week. His barn
happened to stand in the way of a
Btreak of lightening and got the worst
of it; so did two'horses and a large lot
of fodder. Lightening is an unhandy
thing to be in the way of.
Dr. A. C. Dukes is refitting his
drug store with new furniture. Br.
Dukes is doing a flourishing business
and this is one of the evidences of it.
Young men are begining to tako the
load in business as well as in a good
msny other .things.
. ? j ? ? ii ?
The Charleston Reft re* has improved
generally. With its four additional
Columns and its "new head" it is a very
good looking paper.
Si Ton n'a pas la tete bien Dnr-e
11 nefant conrir la risque, (bien sure)
D'etre frappe a-vee
Le terrible btc
De notre ami Dur-bco I
Voila! Com mo ut trouves veus cola
?pour "haut," Monsieur R?ferreet
AUGVflTUS FI CHER?
Determined to make the Enterprise
Saloon second to none in the country,
Hiie gentleman is having additions made
fco b;s building, which, when dons, will
jnade bis place both beautiful and
attractive. We congratulate friend
Fischer upon securing as a saistant in
bis business the services of John T.
Ctlsr. Mr. B. is Well known througb
the County and will add to Iba
f?f>uh??itj of the Enterprise.!
SALE DA V?
Quiei, Sales of land as follows :
One tract, 1*030 acres; (swamp) prop
erty of CVS. Bull, bought by ft. Klatte
& Co., for $195. One tract, 1031 acre?;
owncn by same party, bought by S.
Dibble for $185. One tract, 282 acres,
property of Estate of Felix Rush,
bought by S. Dibble, Agt 8500.
We are glad to sco that the plan for
tho erection of a cotton Factory is
assuming form and shape rapidly. The
committco having the matter in chargo
will meet again next Saturday to con
sider such offers and propositions as
may then bo placed before it. We
learn that soiuo geutlcinon in the neigh
borhood of Fort Motto coutcmplato a
phntlar enterprise. Let net Orangoburg
Watches at the sign ef the Dig
Watch for those who are in want of
jewelry, and supplies them at low prices,
Ezekicl conduces to the morality of this
County in mauy ways lie furnishes
gold riugs and thereby encourages
marriage, which is said to bo an oxccl
lent institution. By the sale of clocks
and watches he fosters punctuality,
which* is a virtue, ami prevents tho loss
of much time, which is cquivuLmt to
much money. Masons more quickly
recognixc each other by tho pins and
badges with which ho supplies thorn. In
the jewelry lino generally he is "chief
among tcu thousand aud? altogether
We are informed that the Indepcn
dents have had two Committees out
collecting money for election purposes.
We would like to know just how this
money is to be used. WouIJtft it b>? a
good idea for tho Independents to r.ti.ic
enough to buy a house and hit for the
candidate on their ticket who doesu't
own a foot of hind in the town ??So as
to "qnaTiiy^ him for the position to
which he aspires 7
We w'ifIi both sides would carry tint
this plan?--then we, too, would come in
for a homo ?f our ?\vn. W hut do you
say, Moscley ? Wo u?od "?ju.tlifyiag"
At a meeting of the citizen, of Or
angeburg County to take into consider
ation the advi&abillity of establishing a
Cotton Fuctory ; tho following oilkers
were elected, via:
John Iv. MoorIk, Chairman,
Julius Gi.ovuit, Secretary.
On motion of Mr Fowlcs, the follow
ing resolution Has adopted :
Resolved, That a committee of
five gentlemen bo appointed by the
chairman, to report, at an adjourned
meeting to be called on Salcsday next,
upon the feasability of establishing a
Cotton. Factory at some point in this
In pursuance of the above resolution
the following committee was aptioitttcd
viz;e? James II. Fpwlcf, Hatpin Riggs,
li R. Beekwith ; J. 0. Stroman, J; H.
lfydrick. On motion of Air Vin<so it
Resolved, That the proceedings of
this meeting be published in the Or
angeburg "News" and "Timkm "
On Motion, meeting adjourned.
JOHN L. MOORER,
Julius Glover, Secretary.
Orangeb irg. Sept. ist 1873.
The following verse is from a song of
tho Granges, which is evidently dedicated
to the Democracy :
They soak their heads in hay scad oil?
Scatter tho hay seed round 'em !
To buret our corn crib how they spoil?
Scatter the hay seed roun 'em !.
They flatter ua too much by balf^?
Scatter the hay seed round 'cm !
Wc farmers are not caught hy chatf?
Scatter the hay iced r<*;"d 'em !
A Texas paper says that the only
place where Democracy, pure and b'iui
pie, is fouud is in that .Stato, "where
with one baud it abolishes the publio
school and with tho oilier strikes down
the polioeman r ad leaves society to the
mercy of the desperado. Tho tail of
modern Democracy is in Texas and iu
all reptiles the tail dies lust?but it
The following dubious recommenda
tion was all that an English servant
could produce ,v a testimonial of Mehar
aeter :"?"The bearer hsa been in my
house a year?minus eleven months.
During this time she has shoWn hcrsol!
diligent?at the homo door; frugal?in
work; mindful?of herself; prompt?in
excuses ; friendly?toward men ; faith,
ful?to bor lovers j and honost? when
everything had vanished,"
An idea of the house property in Lon
don may be gleaued from tho following
statement : Upon a block of bandsonio
offices just ereetod in Leadeuball stre et,
the ground ffoor of the back block?
simply a room under fifty feet by forty?
lets 1,000 guineas a year, on a twenty
one year's lease aud all tho other rooms
Columbia, S. C? Dec. 20tb, 1S70.
To tut Editor Oratiyrbtu;/ Xru* :
8in?I have (he honor to in form you that
at a meeting; of tho Board of Officer*, cre
ated by an Act entitled "An Act to Kegulate
the Publication of ?11 Legal and Public
Notices," the following resolution was adop
Jlrxolved, That the "O R A N G S BU RG
NEW S" is hereby designated us tho OFFI
CIAL PAPER for the Publication of all
Legal Notices and Official Advertisements of
ihe County Officers in the County of Orangc
F. L. CA It DO'/ O,
Sec. of Stnio
and Chairman Board.
Per W. R. JONES.
51 A It K ET It EI?<> IITS.
OrncH or the Oranokuoko News,
September, eth 1H78J
COTTON?Sales duriug the week 55"
bales. We quote :
ROUOU Rick.$1.40 per oushol
Ooux.$1.00 ?er bushel.
Cow Pkas. 1.00 per bushel.
PlMWBBS. 1.10 per bushel.
DR. C. R. TAB ER.
LEWISVILLE, 8. C,
(ST. MATTHEWS P. 0.,)
june 5 ' 1873 tf
COUNTY OF ORANGE BURG.
In the Common Fi.kas.
The State?ExRelationc \ Rill
The Solicitor of ihe StUlb- > to Pcrpctunto
cm Circuit. j. testimony*
E. A. Thomas. ( Lost Deed.
Application on oath having been made by
E. A. Thomas to prove the pusl Existence.
Loi>s and Contents of a Deed da fed the 1(1
Jao., 1S50, from this applicant to Win.
Frederick, It is ordered?
That all persona having like or opposite
interest in said Deed, whether residents in
this Stale or out of it ; and who desire to do
ho, sdia!l appear and cross examine the evi
dence produced : and introduce evidence in
reply hvfnre me, at ray Olficc nt Orangcbnrg
on the 20th day of September next.
June 1 Ith, 1ST:?. Referee,
june _'l Sin
INSTATE XO'l'H K.-All Per
ions having demand* against the Ks
i.itc of the late John It. Millions, deceased,
nrerccpiestcd to present ihe same, properly
atirsiod. lo the undermgncd ; Hiid all per
sous indebted to raid Batate hi*c requested
to mnk^ immediate payment to
lt. REN BON TAH RANT,
Qualified Ad mini strut or,
P. O. Grahams T. O.. S. Cn.
june 28 Im |
WHAT PLEAS I S THE LADIES
WHEELER 4 WILSON SEWJNO MA
Th?-y can be had by calling at Mrs. Olden
dortl's Millerery Establishment.
J. T. SIMMONS.
? june 28?8in Orangeburg, S. ('.
?p*) A Valuable Invention^")')
ak FNTIRELT new
FOR DOMESTIC USE.
ON 171' FIVE DOLLIES.
with tur kkw
Patent Button Hole Worker.
THE MOST SIMPLE AND COMPACT IN
THE MOST DURABLE AND ECONOMI
CAL IN USE.
A MODEL OF COMBINED STRENGT!!
Complete in all its parts, uses the Straight
Eye Peiulod Needle, Self Threading, diirnt,
upright Positive Motion, > ew Tension, Self
Feed and ClMh Ouider. Operates by Wheel
and en a Table. Light Running. Smooth
and noiseless like all good high priced
machines. Has patent check to prevent th<j
wheel being turned the wrong way. Use*
the thread direct from the sp?ji?l. Makes
the Elastic Lock Stjlcn (fines! and slrongeol
stitch known 0 firm, durable, close and
rapid. Will do all kinds of work, line and
coarse, from Cambric 1c heavy Cloth or
Leather, and UMS all descriptions of thread.
The best mechanical latent in America
and Europe, 1ms been devoted to improving
and simplifying our Maehincs, combining
only that which is practicable, and dis
pensing with nil complicated surroundings
generally found in other machines.
Special terms and extra inducements to
male and female agents, .storekeepers, to:,
who will establish agoucics through the
country and keep our new machines on ex
hibition and sale. County rights given to
smart agents free. Agent's complete outfits
furnished without any extra charge.
Samples of sewing, descriptive circulars
containing terms, testimonials, engravings,
Address, BROOKS SEWINrt MACHINE
CO.. No. 1320 Broadway, New York.
, *b?_^_ iv
a FINE LOT. For Bale Cheap by,
THAT) C. ANDREWS,
juae 7 tf
-- -?_ ..Jl
Ids never been blest with a SALOON to Equal the ENTERPRISE. ENTIRELY RE-AP
POINTED und REPLENISHED, it in prominently th? RAR of the DAT. Under my
nianageinent it has grown so popular that men who h ive not tasted tho grape for twenty
years, have boon suen, and are now, PRACTICING at my COUNTER. Siuoe, their steps
have become STEADIER, >jheir visions CLEARER, and their sleep SOUNDER. The
people say that since the day that Orangoburg was *
LAID IN ASHES
by th.> bund of INCBNDIARW, nothing has boon seen hereabouts to E'-i'^-^L my SUPERB
STOCK of .MELLOW WIl'ISfEBYS, while ALL AGREE with one VOICE that my SUPPLY
of ALES, WINES. RRANDIK8, HUMS, GINS. CORDIALS, SYRUPS, etc.. is pur- and
excellent. As heard up as the people are lor MONEY they all with one accord declare
I hat t ,
ONE MILLION OP DOLLARS
could aot induce them to do without my vivifying drinks. Although they huvo
the Morlin. Bliss & Co's. suit some pleasure is still left them in the reflection that the
Supreme t'ourl CANNOT grout a MANDAMUS to compel me to shut up my SALOON. The
privilege is still left nie toke,cp my BAR open, und to sell
LIQUORS, WINES &c,
cheaper than any one olse In Orangeburg.
Give me a trial und be convinced of the superiority of my Stock.
BY AUGUSTUS FISCHER, Agt.
nug. no 00
T Kohn & Bro
HAVE MOVED INTO THEIR
In Mtaicme*, (fualtty t* tjf the Ftr*t Impur
E. J, OLIVEROS, M. D.t
DRUG 8^ MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISir, NON-EXPLOSIVE
LAM TS, GARDEN SEEDS. At., io.,
PRESCRITIONS prepared with ACCUR
ACY and FIDELITY, I'oi svhi?!i purpose u
(nil mid complete assortment ?r PURK
CHEMICALS aad OKNLMNB. DRUGS will b*
constantly on Uuud.
Long experience?a successful hit>>infM
career of mere than eight yours in Orange
burg, a good knowlodgo at' (h,e DRUG
MARKET at home und abroad, will atford a
auflicient guarantee that all go?'is soM ur
dispensed at my establishment will be
GENUINE and RELIABLE.
Appreciating tho success which in the
past has attesdod inr ?(Tort?, 1 have de
t er mined to spare no pains to merit a co^
t M!..i. of the patronage so liberally bestow
E. J. OLEYEROS M. I).
No 100 R?ssel Streot Orangeburf.
Save your Taxes!
flow can you SAVE farther TAXATION
on your unencumbered LAV US? Simply
by transferring the title to the Trustees of
the Stute Agricultural College und Median.
Ics' Institute, located at Orangeburg, and
incorporated by the Legislature of South
Carolina. By this means yon ean also en
joy the honor and pleasure ol* rendering
valuable aid to the c::usc of education in
this Stale, All expenses of the transfer
will be paid by said Trustees. Send on the
names of the parties and the location, and
boundaries of the land to be transferred,
and blank deeds will be returned ready
For further information on this subject
ipply by letter or otherwise ioihc under
signed, who is acting us ageut of said Trus
dr. Patrick s cotton press
The undersigned Agent for Orangeburg
County begs leave to call the attention of
COTTON PLANTERS to the same, and
would advise every one in need of a COT
TON PRESS to purchase a patent at once.
For CHEAPNESS, SIMPLICITY, and
POWER, it has no equal.
Any one desirous of weeing the "moduB
operandi" nf said Press, can do so by calling
at the Store of J. W. Patrick A Co.. Russell
Street Orangeburg C. H., S. C, where a
model can be seen, or address Capt. Jeff
STOKES Gen 1 Agent Midway 8. C.
Orangrhurg, South Carolina.
J. w PATRICK, Agt.
Orangnhurg County S. C
Gent reduction in prices o? Spring ?codi
bought in the Ihm leu dny.
IF V?U WANT TO OFT Till BUST A.NU
Cheapest ready-made Spring Clothing,
go to . McN A MAHA'S.
IF YOU WANT LADIES AND CHILD
? ten's Shoe* of (he best quality and at lew
prices, go to McN A MA HAS.
F YOU WANT LADIES DRESS GOODS
? Chcup nnd Stylish, ge to
McN A MAUAS.
IF YOU WANT GENTERMIN'8 CASSL
mrrea. Cloths, Tweeds, Meltent, Drab'
d*eie. Summer drills and cottonadrs. etc.
all of the best quality, and the largest Steck
in town, und at low prices, too. goto
F YOU WANT GOOD SUGAR. 8 T.RS
T YOU WANT GOOD BROWN HOMES
pun one wide, at 12} cents, get*
F YoU WANT TO BUY CHEAP FOR
. Cash, goto McNAMARA'S.
Bring thankful for the liberal patronage
bestowed on me in the past. I respectfully
?elicit a continuance of the same.
Appril 25, 1873 ly.
The recent decisions of the Supreme
Catirt of the United States hare declared
'.ue HOMESTEAD ACTS of this State un
conatitutienal as to debts ceutraoled prev
ious to 18>>8.
The last amendment to the Bankrupt law
gives to the debtor the same exemption of
real and personal preperty aa was given to
hin by the HOMESTEAD LAW.
The ouly way that HOMESTEADS ean be
? e.-ured is by taking the benefit of the Bank
Especial attention has been and * ill be
devoted te this branch of the law by
BROWNING A BROWNING,
Attorneys at Law,
Russell Street, Orangehurg S. C.
may 24 3t
DR. THOMAS LEG ARE,
ROPEtt AND CITY HOSPITAL
Offers bis PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
to the community of Orangeburg and to the
Public ttt large.
Oftee hour* from 8 to 0 A. M., 1 te 2, and
7 to 9 at aigbt.
Office, Market Street, erer Store efJno.
eug 18 tm
BARGAINS! RARE BARGAINS!!
J. W. PATRICK & CO.
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTENTION OF EYEBT ORB P88S&OVS Of
To the fact that they are now offering, and will continue to do no for THIRTY PAYS,
thoir stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ?%C?
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Id order to MARE ROOM for their FALL STOCK.
We keep the
CELEBRATED STAR SHIRT,
Guaranteed to FIT aud WEAR better than uny other. Measures taken and siaac t? order
We expeet to increase our
And continue to *ake it a SPECIALTY, where can be foand any and every VARIEfT de
sirable. from tho BEST HAND MADE to the more common grades. Coaselt year ewa
interest, before purchasing elsewhere, by inspecting our Stock.
J. W. PATRICK & CO
RUS8KLL STREET, ORANGEBURG. 1. 0.
aug i.1) aprl 2g |H
As well as tue Choicest Stuck of GROCERIES, LIQUORS and 8EHAMS
ar j offered for sale by
C. D. KORTJOHFS
A fine lot of D. S. SIDES and SHOULDERS at a very LOW PRICE
Also a tine lot of AUGUSTA FLOUR, very CHEAP.
Just received a large STOCK Of
WHISKEYS, BRANDIES, WINE, GIN, te.
Special attention is oalled to my stock of
CO NAC, CHEREY, BLACKBERRY and PEACH BRANDIM, aad
Call and be convinced.
O. D. KORTJOEC?.
Southern Life Insurance Compaq.
PRINCIPAL OFFICES:?Memphis Tknx., and Atlanta, Ga.
Memphis Office.? T. A. Kelson, President. A Woodrasf, Vieo-Prsstoeat
Benjamin May, Secretary,
Atlanta Office?John B. Gordon, President, A. H. Colquitt,
dent. ?|. A. Morris, Secretary.
PLACK & WARRING, Oenernl Agent?, Columbia, Soutk Carolina.
J. A. Hamilton, Resident Agent Orangeburg, South Carolina.
ASSISTS Jnnnnrv 1st, 1870 - * l&l?M^tt.QT'
ORANGEB?RG BRANCH OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Dr. W. F; Barton, Robert Copes, James F. Ialar.
?lohn A. Hamilton, Dr. Wi W. Wannmaker, E. Ruasel Zimmerman,
Thad C. Andrews, W. J. DcTrcville, George Boliver,
Paul B. Fehler, . Thomas Zimmerman James Van Tassel,
L. It. Beck with, Henry Moorer, Samuel Dibble,
Dr. W. F. Barton, Chairman,
John A. Hamilton, Secretary,
Paul S. Felder,
James F. Izlar,
This Company issues policies on all approved plans and pays I
For fur thcr information, ay ply to
, JOHN A. HAMILTON 2
Resident Aagent, Orangetrarg, So. Ca.
June 12, 1873 17 3m
Now is the time to get BARflAUfft