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aJtvrday, oot. 4, tern
Our devil is panic stricken.
Solicitor Butts arrived iu tovf ri yes
for the SeaslorJ?.
rangeburg doesn't need
m fvwa Itarket 7
tit suY. Viaan B. Bileyl advertise
ka^ttl of a feat mule in our advertising
taara wilk be some 30 oases in the
and about 25 jury eaaea ia the
J. W. Patrick & Co.. have recently
*dded largely to their already fine stock
i?f dry goods, shoes, notions, &c. Call
convenience of those having
we reprint from ear
the list of jurors for
business ?t Caurt i
tka October Term.
Vota & Ialar have just received a
large and fine stock of groeeriea which
they offer at low prises. Good gooda
and low prices are just what the people
want?.and what the people waut they
Arc aura to find at Voss & Iilars.
Straua & Street having mado great
a^ajreVfaenta in ^their mill are ready to
pound riea far one-tixtk toll?or 35
coats per bushel. They will pay the
highest ?nah price tor rough rice, corn
Mr. John Sifly, father of the Rev.
?lohn W. Sifly of this place, died here
on ?ha trat instaat at the advaucod ago
of SI years. Mr, Sifly was a native of
iJsV^^te?, but had resided la Orange
burg for nearly thirty five years.
The banker's balance?The amount
ttaetoJea by the cashier.
? The depositor's balance ;?ttae amount
tolcn by tt?e banker.
iia -doesn't apply to the
Financial matters are about aa they
were ttseee or four days ago. Bu5tac*?
la quiet. Tha excttowent of Iaht week
fing away, but the market has by
resumed- its healthy tone.
tn no rnu on the bank
ic pre*cut week?on the
itrary, deposits are s-Iowly coming in.
Oar enterprising fellow citisen Mr.
fhomas Cartmilt has just returped from
Wtth. a large stock of dry
rite, ?luthing, saddlery, &o ,
which ho bought there with special
to this market. In hit new
t, which appears in another
iks ? urcunsers to call on
wins and examine his wares before buy.
Take our advice and do
?sajp.??,???? UM .
utiou of Ministers of the
EptennulCbureh (residing between this
paint andUia seaboard,) will be held at
Orangeburg about the 15th of the pre
wan* month ? Some eight or ten clergy
atea will b? present, and these of our
citizens who feel inclined to offer the
of the town to one or more
their stay, (one er two
* lllfPfl ?^w*ana?d?otify Joe Luoas, Esq.
Tassel Esq., eur untiring
Xowntjr Auditor, filed his abstract of
IW the current fiscal year,
Comptroller General's office last
The prompt, careful and thorough
of this long and important
largely owing to the in
rious application of Mr. Van Tassel's
hard wer king and courteous assistant
Mr. N. I. Turekheim, who has labored
sariy and lato, night ?od tag, in drawing
The wife of Mr. James Graham, and
mother of Judge Graham, died iu Ma
rion an Tassday. The Mtar says :
"Ska was a* *?ima?te lady, a kind and
affattiooate wife and mother, and loved
by all who kaaw her. fa-is with regret
that wa record the death of one so well
tiafiaMi all highly appreciated in
k1H?^jl4N ?** *^om * community
ffflfOM #??4 *. t??j 8o?
. wiilaoUried to the resting plaea of
ttf aseectot?, and soon soother tomb
Btcr.c eil! tot! us that tha mother's form
reposes atuiJ the grates of her children.
We hope none of our old Council
who are called on to "Hise and explain"
will be in the fix of one of Bret Hart's
-rose to a point of order, whan
A cbdnlt of old red sandstone took him in
Then he sailed A sort of oiekly smile and
Bunk upon the floor,
And the subsequent proceedings interested
him no mere.
Lot there be peace among those who
wore our citj Fathers.
N. B. This is intended to throw Castor
"Oil upon the troubled waters."
At n meeting of the Temperance
Society of this place, held on Monday
evening last, the following officers were
elected to servo for tho ensuing term :
W. P., L. H. Wannamnker,
W. A., Miss C. L. NenfTer,
K. 8., YV. P. Brunsen,
A. R, S., James Tucker,
F. 8., ?. G Dibble,
Trcns., Miss M. E. Albergotti,
Chap., J. S. Cuttitio,
Con., J. A. Edwards,
A. C, Miss C. C. NcufTcr,
I, P., W. P. Spencer,
O. S., James A. Hamilton.
LIST OF I'KTIT JURORS FOR THE
O C TOB ER CO UM T?
Henry E. Smoke, J. F. Robinson.
Rufus Huffman, Edward Connor, P. V.
Dibble, J. R. Williams, W. V. Culler,
John F. Addon, Henry W. Brown, W.
It. Gaffney, Darby Smith, W. J.
Funches, D. W. Barsh, J. F. Hutte,
Alexander Dantzler, Boston Felder,
Jack. Perry, O. D. J. Collier?Stephen
Funches, Richard Hug^ina, David
Gilliard, W. B. Kasterlin, tMeasaut Hill,'
Frank Hart, Sam Federick, H. M Mil
ler, Charles Felder, Jacob Holtuan, J.
W. R. Berry, W. P. Ayers, W. H.Hrr
umu, Charles Corbitt, Henry Livingston,
?? . P. C-aiu, Jacob Forgle, Henry M.
Columbia, S. C, Dee. 20th, 1870.
To thr Editor OraiKjrburg AVir* .?
Sik?1 have the honor to inform you that
at a meeting of tke Board of Officers, cre
ated by an Act entitled -An Act to Regulate
the Pakliealion of mil Inegal and I'ublic
Notices,'" the following resolution was adop
Rrtolrrd, That the "O It A N G E B U It fl
N Kit 8" is hereby designated as the OFFI
CIAL PAPER tor the Publication of all
Legal Notice* and Official Advertisements af
the County Officers in the, County of Orauge
F. L. UARDOKO,
Sec. of State
and Chairtaaa Hoard.
Per W. IU JON KS.
Omca or raa Oaxxoaacaa News,
October. 3rd 187*
COTTON?Sales during the week SO
kales. We quote:
Ordinary, to Good Ordiaary, ...3(M12
Hoe.::: Rica.-Jl.tO per .>ushel
V/on*._.$1.00 per bushel.
Cow Pass._ l.tfO per bushel.
PiNuaas. 1.10 per bushel.
WHAT PLEASES THE LADIES
. WHEELER A WILSON SKWINO MA
They ean be bad by calling at Mrs. Olden
dorlf a Millerery Establishment.
J. T. SIMMONS,
june 28?<1tn Oraugeburg, 8. O.
TUB UNDKRSIONKD RKRPECTFOLLT
Informs the public that ha is aew pre
pared ta furnish BRICKS ia any quantity.
All orders will meet pi seas* attention.
J. C. EDWARDS,
jane a 117* W tf
XTotlee. ?The ( oparinershlp
X> existing between W. P. CAIN and C
h. HOOK, under the name of Cain ft Hook
is aids day Dissolved by mutual consent.
W. P. CAIN,
C. L HttOR.
Lewisville, ?. C, Reptember.Jst, 1873.
The Business will he continued by the un
dersigned in his own name, who will also
up close the business of the old firm.
W. P. CAIN,
sept 20 8
I DR. A. C. DUKES'
ORANGEBURG, S. C,
* MKWK 'IN r.s,
FINK TOILFT SOAPS,
PURK WINES and LIQUORS for Medicinal
DYE-WOODS and DYE-STUFFS generally.
A full line of TOBACCO and SKO A R8.
Farmers and Physicians from the Country
will And oar Stock of Medicines Complete,
Warrant' 4 Oenaine and of the Best Quality.
Let of /RESH OAR DEN SEEDS.
? Ian 11 e t
Hal jut returned from th? North, aad having purehsss.1 a LABOR a ad
VARIED assortment ef
> u _ 5 ?
s n ? S 1 I
HH I P C
tt i o ^ a ?
S * 3
Ha ievites nwy aaa ta INSPECT his
STOCK AND PRICES
before purchasing elsewhere.
RUSSELL ST R BET, ORANGKBURG, 3. 0.
oat 4 1873 52
SUGARS OF ALL GRADES !
1 VOSE & IZLAR
? Wholesale and Retail Grocers, ^
? RUSSELL STREET. 2
^ Are now offering a very choice and well selected stock of j
I FANCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES. 2
H *sT* SATISFACTION QUARAXTKFD -fj|
7t Goods Delivered.
< vose <& izlar.
SMOKE AND DRY SALT BACON.
RICE AND GRIST MILL!
STRAUS & STREET.
Havingmade VAST IMPROVEMENTS in their MILL, are ??w prepvrcd
to POUND RICE for the Pahlic at large at the r*?,e of 3ft ets per bushel or o is
Alwaya on band CLEAN RICE and KiTRSII GROUND GRIST and MEAL.
W e still pay the
highest market price
In CASH, for ROUGH RICK, CORN aad PEAS.
oct 4 #0
BOOT, SHOE AND CLOTHING HOUSE.
HAVING Just returned with a large and varied stock, we are now prepared to oJer in
ducements to all who are desirous of purchasing
/?V COXXECTTOJf WITH
OUR STOCK OF BOOTS, SHOES AND GHOTHIKG,
We ?all attention of the Public, and specially THE L.AIMKN, to our stock o f
IT///rA GOODS, HOTIOSS, HOMERT Ac, LADIES' 4XD BESTS' KID
GLOVES, BEST MAKE, GESTS' FVBSisBtSQ OOfDS.
Itememher we keep the CELEBRATED STAR SIURT,
Whan you come to Orangvhiirg don't forget to rail and look through our stock of Cloths
CaaabucfS. Jeans, Flannels, iJomeetice and Dresn doods, which we are oflcring at reduced
prices. _ . .,
J. W. PATRICK ?* CO..
Mar? h 20, 187.1 28 ly Russell Street, thanKebtirg, S. ('.
And SD Ott extrusive
EVER OFFERED XV\T* C A T I?
X VF JA; a^ilXaXi in Orangeborg, is now
waiting inspection AT
C. D. KORTJOHFS
Well-known atsnd ; Consisting of all grades and all prices, from the common Rec
tified to "Old Pure." 1 invite special attention to my "N. C. Sweet Mash Whis
key," and ?'Imperial Cabinet." that for pcritj aad cheapness have NEVER BEEN
The constant demand, and daily increasing
Grocery and Segar Trade
Not onlj compels sna ta hny eheap and compete with other merchant*, hut keep
continually on hand a large stock ; such at will enable my pstraos and customers
to make the very choicest selections.
I ASK BUT A TRIAL.
c. d. kortjohn.
aug 9 e
And now opening, at
A fall assortment of FALL and
WINTER GOODS, of every descrip
tion, at prices to suit the times.
A full stock of choice Groceries
now on hand.
Sept. 27, 1873
WE ARE READY!
Are now displayiRg the LARGEST,
BEST SELECTED and CHEAPEST
BOOTS & SHOES
ever offered in this TOWN!
All we ask is a call to CONVINCE
you of the alwve PACTS.
T HEODORE EOHN & BK0THER.
DRY GOOD AND GROCERIES,
HAVK GREAT PLEASURE in ?wbmiiiiiui the iollowiu*: 1i*t of 0 ODS
to their patron?-. ;:nd the public, and while thunking them !'.?? peat confidence ?*?>
liberaliy bestowed, ofler renewed eftA'traiiO* that c.rery oifor; will bo u?*de t?> iu*4?
their wants with the very best of gp >di at h>wc<t cash prieja. .
domestic dry OO?D8, hoots. SHOKH, hats, cats
und clothing, sta IM?E OHOCKRIKR, "?oh iut
flour, scoar, coitee, bacon,
hams, mack ku el, laud a*
fancy uum eriks,
raisins, JELLIES, sap 'k^, sticks, i?icklks, mts~
tard, &c, CANNED i'ish. FRUIT, and YKOK
tables, in orery rariety, TINWARE, and
crockery, A FCl.LLINK AL
WAYS ON HAND.
MOSKLEY & CROOK.
(OPPOSITE THE CITIZENS' savings BANK >
June %} lj
D R JAMISOIST
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will praclic 9 in the Courts *f ORANOE
BURG and BARN WI Lt..
OFFICE COURT HOUSE SQUARE.
THE OLD ESTABUSJ/ED^
No. 8 N. Charles Street, ?
BALTIMORE, AID. \
SryailtMrf and Zknted Xnlirdy to ft )sa**S
TO srcovB raoBocaa
$jcany and <i ?iddle vdacd <&flt
OVER 2500 YOUNG MEN
Aet-r CRADl'A TED at Mm INSTtTVTtOH, ami
art naiv /filing RtttcHiiktr *nJ Lmcrmt'. t l\tititms im
'Ar Uadin* HANKS AND B CS IN ES? HOUSES of
THERE ARE NO VACATIONS. Sludrntt mm
enttf at any lime.
Sfiteiat InJiruimal Itulrmctunt and immi rwmrmm
tttd. SrnJ/sr Callrty Docwmintt and tfUnmi WtM
turnt of /'tntttanthifi Emelat* twmo Ftuiagt Slamft.
AJdrett all Contwunkationt ta
W. II. HAnKKX, Free**.
St&ihrrn Businrts Callr^t,
BAL TIAfOXS, MD.
Fever and Ague, -
from which mankind suffer aver a large part of
the glebe, Is the consequence of a diseased eastoa
in the system, induced by the noise do as miasta of
vegettbfe decay. This exhalation ia evotved tar
the action of eol*r he^t oa wet soil, aad rises with
the watery rapor from it. While the sun is
the her1 jew thte vapor lingers near the earth's sur
face, and the virtu is taken wita it through the
l?ngs into the blood. There it sets as an irrrtetfeg
poison on the internal viscera and excreting oraane
of the body. The live* becomes torpid ana fails to
secrete not only this vires, bat also the bile free*
the biood. Both the virus aad the ta?e aecworalato
in the circulation, and produce violent eoestite
doasl disorder. The spleen, the kidney*, aad She
stomach sympathise with the liver, aad beeeaaa
disordered also. Finally, the instinct of ear or
ganism, as if in an attempt to expel the aeaiaas
infusion, concentrate* the whole biood of the bedy
I id the internal eterotorie* as force them to east ??
oat. Tbc blood leaves the earfe.ee, aad rushes ta
the central organs with congestive violence. Thai
is the Chill. But in thb effort it fail*. Thea the
Fbvrk follows, in wbieh the biood leaves the cen
tral organs and rushes to the eurfaoe, aa if ia
another etfort to expal too trritataag poison theeasA
that other greet excretory?the skia. In tins
' also it fails, and the system aaaaaaae aha at* aaset
axhaasted, and waits for the recovery of strength
to repeat the hopeless effort aiisaher day. Theea
are the flu or paroxysms of Fsvaa iJ*n Aoosv
Such constitutional disorder vrUl of 1 >*?*
mine the health if it is not removed.
We have labored to find, and have found,
Ayer*8 Ague Chire,
which .neutralises this malarious
blood, and stimulate* the liver ta expel It
body. As it should, se R does care thi
disorder with perfect certainty. Aad it
or rather docs what is of mere service to the*
?to this infection. If take* ia isasea It eaaalr
orn the system as it ia abeorbed, aad thas heevaj
those who use it free from its attacks; keeps the
system ia health although exposed to th^atssea*.
Consequently it not only cures, but protects from,
the great variety of affection* wbieh are lainiasl
by this malignant influence, each as Remittent
Fever. Chill Fever, Dumb, or If asked Ague,
Periodical Headache, or Bikon* Headache. Btdtoea
Fevers, Neuralgia, Uheumatiem, Goat, Bfinaaasa,
Teerhache, Karaehe, Catarrh, Asthma, PalpMa
tions, Painful ASection* af the Spieen, 1*7 ?an It a.
Colic, Paralysis, and Painful Affection* af the
Rtoinach aad Bowels, all af which, whec, art stag
from this cause, will be found to etnaa** mere or
less the intermittent type. This " Aera Cvaa "
removes the cause of these derangements, aad eras
This it accomplishes by attoMsUSag the eeeve.
tories to expel the virus treat the avetosn; aad
these organ* by degrees become habited to do this
their office of their own aecord. Heaeo erisee whew
we term aectiniatation. Turn* may aeeeespheh aha
same end, but oftea life ia aat leag aaaagh. ee hr
aacrificed in the attempt, while this " Aerv Cvaa "
Rat onoe, and with aeJrty. We have great
in ta believe thi* ia a safer as
for the whole claaa af i
khaa been discovered, -,-, .m,^
hwnsatsnt advantage to the pobhe, whkh K that
it is cheap aa well as good.
DR. J. C. AYER & CO.
Pates Oxb Dolx.au ram Bottxjs.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for iUelf such a renown for the eure af
every variety of Throat and Lang Craapiaiaf, that
it is entirely unnecessary for as to ipaoaat the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been ear*
ployed. As it ha* long been ia ?aastaat aa*
throughout this section, we need net e> ntere than
assure 'he people its quality ia heft up to the heat
it ever ha* been, and that it may he relied aa to
do for their relief all it ha* ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FM ALL THE PURPOSES Of A I?ITM aWM,
Foa Tint Ct-BB or DiejaaatA;
Foa tur Cvaa of Ikiuobstio?;
Fas ma Crna or DTSasrramTi
Fot A Fot-L Stomach;
Foa Tint Ctna or F.nvsirsLAS;
Fou tur PiLSa;
For thr Curb or Scboptla ;
For axl Sctiorriora Ce*trL>mra;
Fob thr Ci uk or Rhrlbiatism;
Fob Diseasrs op tub 8km ;
Fob, the Ci nr. or Liver CoMFLAtstTj
Fou thb Cvbe or Tetter, Trxoas Aim Salt
For the Ccbr or Gorr;
For a. Dinnrr Pill ;
For the Curb or Nrtraloia;
Fob Pfnirviso the Blood.
They ?rc augar<e?ated, ?o that the meat sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and being purely
vegetable, no harm can srise from their use ta any
Fries 80 cento per Bo?; Firs boats for $190, ?}
Oreat numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, State*,
men, and ermueuf personage*, have lent their
names to certify thciu>pnralle!oduecfuinr**of these
remedies, but our space here wjU net permit the
iaaiiUon of them. The Agcnta helew named fur
nish gratis our America v Almarac in which they
are given; with also foil description* of the above
eoenplaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off by unprincipled aasJevs with
other prrpararions they make awe profit aa.
?Tissas nd Atbr's, and take no ether*. The sieh
want the best aid there i* for them, aad they should.
All our Jt*m.vdic* are for sale by