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SATURDAY, ?15L?T., 13 1873.
^rvo nuve met the enemy arid
wish we hadn't
Has removed into his handsome rosi
SaeutJ? on Market Street.
Squirrel hunting is the tmttaia now.
The squirrels won't seo much rest uutil
the 15th day of April beat.
The Jtfew .Street is being built up.
Why not givo it a nauie gentluuieu ?
Don't ba afraid. It will stiok. *
Cottou-is coming in in increased quan
tities, and the fall trade is growing in
The Fair Buildiug is progressing
?uely, and presents a quite handsome
Success to tho Agricultural Society.
Oraugoburg can boast of two drays,
one or two hacks, and one omuibus.
(live us more streets now. nud things
will be more lovely.
We are sincerely sorry to learn of the
recent death of little lluth, a very inter
<?ating young child of our estociued
friend Mr. James A. Williams.
It is thought by some that the taxes
. will be 25 mills on tho dollar next year,
unless the Legislature dees something to
prevent the contemplated levy.
?? ,'i ? i mmm " ?m -
Augustus Fischer is preparing for the
Tupper law, which, wo understand,
tue Triai Justices have instructions from
proper officers to enforce.
O UM POST OFFICE?
la kept in a manner that reflects much
''?flruTR* uponMr. W. K. Williams the
present incumbent. L >ag naay he wave.
The mother in-law of oar colored
"Townsman, Mr. B. i. Lojd, died at his
Tesidence, on Market Stroot, during the
past week. "We, sympathize sincerely
with tnc family in their bereavement.
? "T*ic weatJhcr is dvtigkttuu? -cool nun,
and. owe can sleep o'nights without
perspiring to death. Sommer hns huri
Irer day, and Autumn is nut at all un
Tire municipal contest in Cfcrrlertow
is waxing warm. We would suggest,
, that owe party or the other take the
native of wI^ldenend'6nta,,' * if success
The trees in the Court House Square
need pruning badly. Wake up frieud
?tnoak. You arc right in cutting down
accounts, but you must cut tho trees
?i8? '" ? --r
Too nueh credit cannot be given to
Kohn and Brother for the attraction
their new store has added to Orange
burg. These enterprising young gentle
men richly deserve the hearty patron
age of the enmity.
The Committee to consult upon the
Cotton Factory question meets to .day.
Thero is no more weighty or more ira
pertant matter before the people of our
county. We await the Committoo's
action with the utmost interest.
Trial Justice business has been lively
during the past four or five days
Several parties were bound over to ap
pear at the Court of General Sessions
Vor this County, which commences on
the first Monday in October next.
large alligator was captured at
Branchvillc the day beforo yesterday.
He was carried before a Trial Justice
and arraigned for committing a breach
e>f the peace to the terror of the people
and of the said Justict.
A "NEWS" OF FI ?B DIALOGUE?
Rilky, our Devil, loquitur:?Major,
you ought to give Mr.-a little
? Editor: Wliyso,Rileyr
Dlffti Oh, he's just had a death in
bis family I
A meeting was held at Branchvillc
tbe other day by a number of the
?mployees of the South Carolina Rail
Road, at which resolutions were passed
complimentary to Alfred L. Tyler, Esq.,
who recently resigned as Vice-President
of the road, and commending hi a for
bis courtesy, kc
Hare you seen Straus & Street's new
steam engine ? Go and look at it, if
you havo not. It is one of the com
pletest and easiest ruuniog we ever saw.
We are glad to learn that the milling
business of Messrs. Straus & Street is
Some of our merchants are beginning
to receive new goods, while others are
preparing'for thoir annual trip North.
It is pleasing to see the air oi life and
activity our streets uro assutniug again.
It is thought a large business will be
dune the present Fall and Winter.
ROUGH OAT OUR PRESENT COUN
The Charleston Newt & Courier heads
an accouut of our recent election
"Orangcburg Redeemed." This is
rough ou our excellent Mayor Brigg
maun and the other members of the
The number of transfers of Real
Estate made in this County from the
1st of May 1871, to September llih
1873, as shown iu the Auditor's office,
is 701, of which 110 were made in
1871, 382 in 1S72, and 200 up to Sep
tember 11th 1873
The Couuty Board of Equalization
hns been in Session ior the last two
weeks. Wo understand that a fair and
equitable ruination has been placed up
on all property. The annual Board of
the Couuty Commissioners met also last
week, and slashed right and left iuto
the claims presented for their consider
Saiu?our VV. M. that is to say?has
recently made internal improvements in
his saloon, which will conduce to both
the ex and in-ternal comfort of his
patrons. Very wisely, too, he has secured
the services of our young friead, Master
Aabury Wannamaker, who is as cour
teous, clever and obliging ss when ho
assisted at the "Enterprise." Need we
Pome three or four year* ?po tk? g<M*r1
people ef ttus town conferred upon us
the brevet rank of "Major." After a
profoa^eU and territic straggle we have
at last succeeded in preventing them
from bestowiug upon us the civil title
of "Alderman." It was a hard fight,
but the glorious bird of victory has
finally perched upon our banners, and
wc are permitted to retain our military
position without* any Aldertaaaic pre
tension or distension whatsoever. The
next man who calls u? "Alderman" does
so at his peril.
A worthy Independent eititcn wait od
at the poll la?t Tuesday evening until
the count for Moseley reached 125 and
then wer t home to bed, confident that
"Pink" was all right. Waking up
however, about midnight, he heard to
his horror, a terrible uproar, hooping,
halloing, the shooting of pistols, Ac?
and exclaimed, "The d?d Radicals havo
won after all. No one else would make
such a h?11 of a noise at this time of
He slept miserably until morning, but
an early walk convinced him that human
nature is the same all the world over,
and gave him, beside, s good appetite
All persons wishing to take pnrt in
the Tournament and Rifle Match to be
held at tho Annual Fair of tho Orange
burg Agricultural and Meohanical Asso
ciution in October, will plcaae hand iu
their names for the Tournament to Mr.
J. Geo. Vose, and tbopo for the Rifle
Match to Mr. Wm.V. Isiar. Number of
Knights will bo limited to thirty nud
Riflemen to one hundred.
Entrance fee for Tournament, $2.50.
Entrance fee for Riflemen, $1.00.
The money collected from Knights
and Riflemen will bo awarded as mon
ey prizes in addition to thoso offered by
T. A. JEFFORDS,
"BAXTERS SAINTS' REST"?
A minister taking an easy ride to the
depot in Baxter's OranibusL
And, by the wsy, this same Omnibus
is one of Oraogoburg'e best institutions.
Night and daj it goes to orery train.
In rain or sunshine, Baxter is always
on hand. People tin the cars who are
unfortunate enough to be compel 1 od to
- ?- -a - ?
pau through our 'burg without stopping,
look out of the window and say "I
declare, what a flourishing Town Orange
barg aiUBt be to support such a turn-out I
I must certainly put up at Merouey a if
I ever visit Orangeburg
Well, Orangeburg f? a flourishing
Town aad Mcroney's hotel is worthy of
it?and Baxters' Bus worthily com
pletea the trio.
Wo lind it a rather difficult matter
to write muoh about our late election.
We commenced the fight with a * straight
out" ticket aud finished it with "laid
out" candidates. We have'nt much to
say upon tho subject. We mourn
quietly. What the issues involved were
we don't precisely know. Politics had
nothing to do with it Mosely was
elected because he is considered rather a
hotter looking man than Boliver. Wash
ington was preferred to Williams booxuse
be is a better judgo of horse flesh thau the
latter. The fact that llarley was not a
Trial Justice gave him tho inside track
of Browning. Wolfe represented a
Towns-end by his very name and so beat
McKinley who lives near the centre of
our good Burg?and Williamson owes
his handsome majority over ourselves to
the fact that he wears spectacles only
occasionally wliibj we are obliged*to wear
them all the time.
rl his is what was done last Tuesday at
our Municipal Election :
Joal) W. Moseley received 191 votes.
George Boliver " l(Kl
Henry Washington deceived 191 votes.
Joseph P. Hurley " 205 M
Barnabas Williamson M 200 "
Townsend D. Wolfe " 202 "
F. R. McKinley " 84 "
Aug. B. Knowlton " 79
George Williams " 79 M
A. F. Browning M GO M
Scattering . - - 25 "
How natral it iz for a man, when he
makes a mutako, to korrekt it by bus
sing somebody else for it.
"I'm going t* draw this beau into a
knot," a lady said when standing at tho
Columbia, S. C., Dec. 20th, 1870.
To tht Editor Orangrburg X'tc* :
Sir ? 1 linvc tho honor to inform you that
at e meeting of tlic Hoard of Officers, cre
ated by an Act entitled "An Act to Regulate
tiie Publication of nil Legal and Public
Notices," the followiug resolution was adop
Reached, That the "O Rl N G EBU RG
NEW S" is horeby designated aa the OFFI
CIAL PAPER for the Publication of all
Legal Koticrs aud Official Advertisements of
the County Officers in the County of Orange
P. L. CARDOZO.
8eu. of State
and Chairman Board.
Ter V7. R. JONES.
MA UK KT UKPORTN.
Orricn or thi Obanokbubo Niws,
September, 12th 1872
COTTON?Sales during tho week 40
b.iles. We quote:
Ordinary, to tlo?d Ordinary. ...12}(a>l?
Rouun Rice.M$1.40.pcr ouahel
Cons.$1.00 per bushel.
(\>w l*BAB. 1.0O per bushel.
PlNbBBS.?. 1.10 per bushel.
A FINK LOT. For Sale Cheap by,
THAU C. ANDREWS.
DR. THOMAS LEGARTE,
U0PER AND CITY HOSPITAL
Offers his PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
to the community of Orangrbnrg aud to the
Public at large.
Office hours from ft to 0 A. M., 1 te 2, and
7 to '.* at night.
Office. Market Street, over Store of jj,o.
aug 1*> ,1m
The recent decisions of tho Supreme
Court of the United States have dcelared
the HOMESTEAD ACTS of this State un
constitutional as te debts contracted prev
ious to 18t58.
The last amendment to the Bankrupt law
gives to the debtor the same exemption of
real and personal preperty as was given te
hi?by the HOMESTEAD LAW.
The only way that HOMESTEADS can he
secured is by taking the benefit of the Bank
I Espeola-1 attention has been and will be
devoted te this branch of the law by
Attorneys at Law,
Russell Street, Orangebarg S. C.
may 24 St
lias sever been blest wilha SALOON to Equal the .ENTERPRISE. ENTIRELY RR-AP
POINTED ami REPLENISHED, it is prominently the DAR of tlie DAY. Under my
management it bas grown so popular thai men who have not tasted the grape for twe aty
yeurs, have been seon, ami arc pow, PRACTICING ut my COUNTER. Since, their steps
have become STEADIER, their vision* CLEARER, ami thoir sleep SOUNDER. The
people suy thut siuce the day that Orangeburg was
laid nsr ashes
by the band of INCENDIARIS. nothing has boon seen heroaboul? t<, EQUAL my SUPKRP.
STOCK, or MI'.LLOW WHISKEYS, while ALL ACRES with one VOICE that my SUPPLY
of ALES, WINKS, 1HIA.NDIES. RUMS, OINS. CORDIALS; SYRUPS, o:c. is pure and
excellent; As heard up as the people are for MONEY they nil with one accord declare
0ne:milli03j of dollars
could not induce them to do without my vivifying drinks. Although they have
the Morlin. Bliss A Co's. suit some pleasure is still left thorn in the reflection that the
Supreme Court CANNOT grant a MAN I) A.MIS to compel me to shut tip my SALOON. The
privilege is still left me to keep my UARopan, and io ncll
LIQUORS, WINES &c,
cheaper than any one eine in Orangeburg.
Give me a trial and be convinced ot the superiority of my Slock.
BY AUGUSTUS FISCHER, Agt.
nug. 80 00
T Kohn & Bro
HAVE MOVED INTO THEIR
Why is it viiaz
MOSELEY & CROOK.
Sell GOODS so CHEAP ? Because
they "Sell Exclusively for CASH."
In MeJieintt, Quality it of the First Impor- |
E. J. OLIVEROS, M. D.,
DKL'OS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISH, NON-EXPLOSIVE
LAMTS, OARDEN SEEDS, &?., lo.,
PRESCRITION8 prepared with ACCUR
ACY and FIDELITY, fot whioh purpose n
lull an<l complete assortment of PURE
CHEMICALS and GENUINE DRUGS will be
constantly on band.
Long experience?-a successful business
career of mere than eight years iu Orange
'burgs a good knowledge ef the DP.'^G
MARKET at homo and abroad, will Afford a
Biiflieient gunrnntco that all go<jii* seid or
dispensed at my establishment will bo
GENUINE and RELIABLE.
Appreciating thq success whioh in the
past has attended my efforts, I have de
termined '<o spnre no paint 10 met it a enn
tinance of the patronage so liberally bestow
E. J. 0 LEV EROS M. D.
No. 100 Hus.se! Street Orangeburg.
Save your Taxes!
How can you SAVE farther TAXATION
on your unencumbered LANDS! Simply
by transferring the title to tue Trustees of
the State Agricultural Cellegc and Mechan
ics' Institute, located at Orangchurg, nnd
incorporated by the Legislature of South
Carolina. By this means you can also en
joy the honor and ploasuro of rendering
valuable aid to the cause of education in
this State, All expenses of the transfer
will be paid by said Trustees. Send on the
names of the parties and the lecation, and
boundaries of the land to be transferred,
and blank deeds will be returned ready for
For farther information on thia subject
apply by letter or other wise to the under
signed, who is acting as agent of said Trus
Orangeburg, South Carolina,
aug 16 tt
Geat reduction in prices of SpringGoods
bought in the lost leu day.
IF YOU WAN T TO G HT T HE H KST A X U
Cbeupcst read y-iuade Spring Clothing)
?,:<> i? McNAMARA'8.
|F yd;' WANT LADIES AND CHITA),
i- rcn's Shoes of the best quality and A\ jow
price-, go (o McN AM A'.', VS.
F YOU WANT LADIES DRE8S GOODS
(.'heap und Stylish, go i0
If you <yant gknteemen s cassi
meros. Cloths, Tweeds. Meltons, Drab'
d'?'1'^. Sutiimer drills and oottonades, etc,
At', ol the tx-st quality, and the largest Stock
in town, and ui low prices, i>>o. goto
f F you WANT GOOD SUGAR, 8 urs
. For $1, gl> to McNAMARA'8.
F YOU WANT GOOD BROWN HOMES
. nun one wide, at 12} cents, goto
F YOU W ANT TO BUY CHEAP FOR
Cash, go io McNAMARA'8.
Being thankful for the liberal patronage
bestowed on me in the past, 1 respectfully
sclicu a continuance of the same.
J McN AM AN A.
Ajipril 25, 1*73 ly.
Dil. PATRICK'S COTTON PR KS8
The undersigned Agent for Orangeburg
County he^s leave to call (he attention of
COTTON PLANTERS to the same, and
would ?d?ise every one in need of a COT
TON PRESS to purchase a patent at once.
For CHEAPNESS, SIMPLICITY, and
POWER, it ban no equal.
Any one dcsiroui of seeing the "modus
operandi" of said Press, enn dosoby calling
at the Store of J. W. Patrick ft Co., Russell
Strcwt Orangcburg 0. H., 8. ('., where a
model can be seen, or address Cept. Jeff
STOKES Gen 1 Agent Midway S. C.
J. W. PATRICK, Ag?.
Orangfburg Counly S. C.
july 26 1873 tf
BARGAINS! RABE BARGAINS! I
J. W. PATRICK & CO.
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ONE
B A E G A I N 8
Tu the fact that they uro now offering,, ami will continue to da so fer THIRTY DAJfE,
their stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, &G.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
In order to MAKE ROOM for their FALL STOCK.
We keep the
CELEBKATED STAR SHIRTS
Guaranteed to FIT and WEAR batter than any other. Measure* taken >n< M9*Htm Wm)mW
Vi c expect to increase our
SHOE DETr* A-IrtTNElSTT
And continue to wake it a SPECIALTY, where can be found any and every variry ?aV?
nireble, from the BEST HAND MADE to the more common grades. Consult yesr o
interest, before purchasing elsewhere, by inspecting our Stock.
J. W. PATRICK & CO
RUSSELL STREET, ORANGEB?RG, 8. C.
aug IS aprl 20 53
As well as the Choicest Stock of GROCERIES, LIQUORS and 8 EG ARS
arc offered for sale by
C. 35. KOHTJOHFS
A fine lot of 1). S. SIDES and SHOULDERS at a very LOW PRICE. j
Also a fine lot of AUGUSTA FLOUR, very CHEAP.
Just received a large STOCK of
WHISKEYS, BRANDIES, WINE, GIN, Ac.
Special attention is called to my stock of
CO nAC, CHERRY, BLACKBERRY and TEACH BRANDIES, and
Call and be convinced.
C. D. KORTJOHN.
aus? 9 ?
Southern Life Insurance Company.
PRINOIPAL OFFICES:?Memphis' Tews., and Atlanta, Oa.
Memphis Office.?T. A. Nelson, President, A Woodruff, Vice-Precidwrt
Benjamin May, Secretary,
Atlanta umce.?tinnn i>. oomuu, fw?mimus a. it. o?iou||k.
dent. J. A. Morris, Secretary.
FLACK A WARRING, General Agents. Columbia, South Carolina
J. A. Hamilton, Resident Agent, Orangcburg, South Carolina.
ASSISTS Janimty 1st, 1S73 - - S,1534:,4:30?OV
ANNUAL INCOME -.$l,000,OQOw
ORANGEBURG IffiANQH OF SOUTH CAR0L1KA
Pr. W. F. Burton, Robert Copes. James F. Izlar.
John A. Hamilton, Dr. AV. W. AVannmaker, E. Russel Zimmerman,
Thad C. Andrews, AV. J. DcTrcvillc, George Boliver,
Paul S. Felder, Thomas Zimmerman James Van Tassel,
h. R. Beckwith, Henry Moorer, Samuel Dibble,
Dr. AV. F. Bautos, Chairman,
John A. Hamilton, Secretary,
Paul S. Felder,
James F. Izlak,
^ This Company issues policies on all approved plans and pays losses promptly
For further information, ay ply to
? JOHN A. HAMILTON ;
Resident Aagcnt, Oraugeburg, So. Ca.
June 12, 1873 17 3m
Now is the time to get BARGAINS.