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DAX* OCT. 11, 1873.
that a Now Street is to be
opened soott. Why not at onoo 1
Base ball-istn and another ?ism ea r
Cannon is doing a good busi
The Fair Striding is Bearing comple
tion. A /ttir. set of men are at the
head on'it} and success ought to follow.
I^horj are but forty candidates so fsr,
* the n
for the next Legislature. Somobody
Hope's Pump is to be incorporated st
tho next session of the General Assem
Thar* ,i? some talk of establishing an
Where is our Branchrilic local ? Uns
his pen, or his
Blankets aud overcoats are indispen
sable now?the former in tho night, and
the latter of course in the day.
-1* r 'ik mm snasW
j^^Ottr^icud k W. T. Mullcr has moved
to his plantation. lie was a successful
iMiitf si * isnoe
merchant, and ws predict a career for
^rW^ ^farmer equally as brilliant.
W. M.Sain is having the lumber and
trash cloircd from the gruuudt where
i/WSnsaW>di*9lap Fsutiuiy used to stand.
Bill is an energotio fellow.
All the lager beer drinkers called on
Frank Brtggmann a few moments alter
a keg wjsAfP]>cd. Why is this thus 7
Fr|nj?? doy ou1 keep good lager 7
A. F. Brownmg Eso^, has huen ap
pointed Lieutenant Colonel of the
Tenth Bmumas* ft Qs ?., Sn C.
^ ?ras that |!os. Meroney the
laaty IndSfcbTi hostess, of Meroney's
popular hotel, has received a handsome
and -elegant carriage from Columbia.
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W. A. Meroney arrived home from
llatoimose during tho last week. A
itffiT ^f^ff?** f?no,**a ?ftcr him..,
V3in|| ghlf betterloek well to their
On passing Low is wile a few days ago '
ws heaod a' passenger say : "This place
is grc%in|s.?*fl Wo th-os*ght the wian was
* fool. Who docs'nt know that our
?ister ?sy^vjr^yc. j
Augustus Fischer'a S?loea will soon !
be the finest in the County. With his 1
genial smile, his affable and polite .
<cs adjutar Mr. J*>s; T Butler,ana his
nupsrb stock of liquors, hs must com
mand the patronage of tho County.
Mayer Mose ley presides as Mayor
with a great deal of digsity. He is a
fair mas, and although we fought him
in the late contest,1 we are, after experi
encing a few weeks ef his rule as Maj
or, willing to ssy : We'll sin ne more
?not against Pink, any how.
Judge Cooke arrived in Town on
Monday last. Inconsequence of Judge
Oraham being detained homo by sick
??es||^?j^lln#ttghi that he would sit
at ike present term of Court. Judge
Cooke is looking well and msny of his
?old friends were gratified to meet him.
During the week past money has been
mistet if I By, but not as mueh so as the
week before. Cotton is coming in again
wad a new life seems to be coming ever
Orangeburg. Our opinion about the
recent crisis is simply this ; Ou- doar
jnerchants are sound, and tho cotton
- mi ? su ?
The case of the Stete against Price
for murder committed in the yesr 1861,
eras trLd en Thursday last. Augustus
I B. Knowlton Esq., for the defense and
L Malcolm I. Browning Esq., for the
prosecution. Tho jury returned n verdict
f of not guilty" within five minutes after
leaving the Court room. The testimoney
for the State was not of a charactor
to warrant e conviction. The ease was
nhiy proseeubed by Mr. Browning, and
?A one time boy* burned lew in tbo
bosom of the prisoner, and those of his
friends who Were present. The obarge
of Bis Honor was able sod to the point.
Judge T. 0. Andrews Senator from
tins County was in Town a day or two
during the last week. He is looking
remarkably well, and designs doing all
he oan as Senator and with his paper,
to adjust the debt of the State in a man
ner beneficial to th e Tax payers. The
people made no mistake in electing
Judge Andrews, Senator. Long may
CHRISTIAN DIED RICK KORTJOHN?
Our friend lives yot and is jolly as
ever. Hob as many friends as in days
of yore, and makes new onos every day.
Once purchase a bill of grooerie* or
liquors at his store, and yon will nover
pass him thereafter.
With a complete aod first class stock,
a polite and affable sot of clerks, 31 r.
Kortjohn will mnrit the pa'ronsge ofhis
largo corp of customers.
P. V. Dibble Esq., having been ap
pointed Deptuty Collector U. S. Iniur
nal Itevouro for Orangeburg County
requests us to state for the information
of persona dealing in Liquor or Tobacco
that the law requires the payment and
posting couspicously at their places of
business of them stamps (cocvently
called license) beforo commencing
Planters paying their hsnda in Liquor
or Tobacco are subject to the tax.
Violations of the law ronder parties
to leavy penalty*.
rER&ON A L?
It it plca&ant to sec upon the judicial
bench gentlemen of integrity as well as
ability. Nothing is more gratifiying to
a people than to know that the Judge
who presides over thorn is a fearless and
ablo expoundsr of the law ; faithful to
himself, hie country, and the high
obligation of his oath.
Our Circuit is peculiarly bleat in this
way. In the person of Hie Honor, R
F. Graham one can recognize at onco
all those traite which contribute towards
making a man ioved and respected. As
a Judge he is faithful, sronest and
intelligent; as a gentleman, of the finest
social qualities, he is pre eminent. We
could ask no mero of the Legislature
than to gave Jud^e 0 rah am t? us for
During t1>e dwH summer months <otie ;
'comfort was left the followers of
Bacchus. Times were hard in July and
Aeguffc. September it was believed,
would bring a better era. Sure enough,
t" e lw?pevf bich keptsome timid people up,
was realized last month. With Septem
ber came oar gooi jovial aod honest
friend, Frank Briggiaann, and what
followed his reappearance iu this good
old Town, the pah He know. Suffice it
I to say, thai Frank has opewed at
Mailer's old aod popnlnr stand, and
offers one of the fin eat stocks of Gro
ceries, Liquors and Segars to be had in
Frank laughs yet, and has not (ergot
ten to promise to let the people know
what ho has through the medium of the
"News." He will show his face through
its columns next week.
Commenced on Wednesday lust. His
Honor Judge Graham could not get
here on Monday in consequence of sick
ness. Business has been exceedingly
brisk, and criminals have had their eyes
open (or opened.)
Mr. Maloolcm I. Browning the acting
Solicitor, has been up to his ears in bust
ness in behalf ol the State, and many
persons * believe that he can proaecute as
well as defend.
Tbo following business waa disposed
of np to yesterday noon.
State vs. W. A O'Cain. obstructing
State vs. Nelson Barton, burglary and
State vs. Robert Price, murder. Not
State vs. Martin Yon and Susan Yon,
murder. Not guilty.
gtaet vs. Rodnoy Shuler, petit lar
ceny. Nol pros.
State vs. Calclough aod Edward
Glover, burglary and larceny. Struck
8tate vs. Martin Murphy, assault
with intent to commit rape, Not guilty.
8tate vs. Wade H. Reed, ass; ult with
intent to kill. Not Guilty.
State vs. Alexander, aasanlt
and false imprisonment, Not guilty.
State vs. Henry Bush burglary and
larceny. Plead Guilty.
State rs. Laval Paulling, burglary
and larceny. Not guilty.
State TS. James Cannon Sr-, assault
with intent to kill. No', guilty.
State vs. Sam Dickson, malicious
wounding of Hogs. Plead guilty.
State vs. Larkin Staloy, assault with
intent to rape Plead guilty of assault.
State vs. Henry Smith, assault with
iitent to kill and assault and battery.
State vs. Jocllu Cmnon, assault and
battery. Guilty. Sontenccd to jail lot
Even cheese and tobacco aro presse l
for money at this time.
Colcmbia, 8. C, Dec. 20tb, 1870.
To the Editor Oranyebury Xeiri:
Sir?I have tb? honor to inform you that
at a meeting of tbe Bonrd of Officers, cre
ated by att Act entitled "An Act to Regulate
tbe Publication of nil Lcgu! nnd I'ublic
Notices," tbe following resolution wni adop
Resolved, Tbat tbe "ORANOEltURO
N K VY 8" is hereby designated as the OFFI
CIAL PAPER or the Publication of all
Legnl Notices and O^ficiul Advertisements of
? he County Officers in the County of Orange
F. L. CARDOZO.
Sec. of Slate
and Chairman Hoard.
Per W. R. JON KS.
Omca or tub Odasorbubo Nbws,
October, 10th 1873
COTTON?Sales during the woek 200
bales. We quote:
I |Ordinary, to Good Ordinary,... 1 l(&in)
Low Middling.I tl(^
Roitgh Rick...$ 1.2ft per 1111(11161
Cons.$1.00 per bushel.
Cow Pkas. i.Ot) per bushel.
1'inkf.rs..... 1.10 per bushel.
Do You Want
IF YOU WANT
BRIG ?31 ANN'S
WHERE YOU'LL FIND
Any and Everything.
bmv 2 tf
At Private Sale.
Till-: PLANTATION forming a part of
tha Estate of the late Col. Kelt*, nnd
known an the DARKY PLACK. The tract
consists of about 000 acres, one half well
Timbered, the remainder Rich, Rod, Loam
'Soil, adapted to Crops of all kinds. These
are the Finest Lands in the District, nnd
were valued at $20 per acre in 186?. Would
be sold for one-half thn* ,>rice now. One
fourth cash, the reinair or iu three instal
ments bearing interest from data and se
cured by mortgage of tho same.
This is a splendid chance for aneryne de
siring to secure Rich Lands, riuo Water Pow
er, excellent Cattle Range and a Refiued
Neighborhood. Apply te
Urs. L. M. KH1TT.
Or J Q KEliT, Ksq.
Citizens' Savings Bank
OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Will pay 7 PER CENT. INTEREST on
SPECIAL DEPOSITS and 0 PER CENT, on
SAVINOS DEPOSITS, Compounded Semi
I.ornl Finance Committee.
Hon. THOS. W. GLOVER.
Col. PAUL 8. FELDER.
Capt. JNO. A. HAMILTON.
JAS. H. FOWLES,
mar 23 jnn cly
MONEY CANNOT BUY ITI
For Sight isj Priecleaa!!
BUT THE DIAMOND 8PECTACLES WILL
If vou value your Eyesight use these Per
feet Lenses, Ground from Minute Crystal
Psbbles, Melted together, and derive their
name ''Diamond'' an aneeuat of their Hard
ness and Brilliancy. They will last, many
years without change, and are warranted
superior to all ethers in use.
Manufactured by the Spencer Optica.
Manufacturing Co., New York.
CAUTION.?None Qeauing unless stamp
ed with our trade mark.
For Sale by Responsible Agents through
out the Unisa.
E. J. OLIVEROS,
jan 20?ly Orangeburg, 8. C.
to ft20 PER DAYS Agents
$D WANTED! All classes of working
people, of either sax, young or old, make
more money at work for us in their spars
00 on; en t?, eg all the time, than at anything
else. Partfoulsre free. Address
OJ 8TIN80N & CO.,
sept 2' ?lo Portland, Maine.
BOOT, SHOE AND CLOTHING HOUSE.
AVING Just returned with a large and varied stock, we are now pre par ed to onVrin
duccments to all who are desirous of purchasing
IN CONNECTION WITH
OUR STOCK OP BOOTS, SHOES AND CHOTHING,
We call attention of the Public, and special]/ THE LADIES? to our nf
WHITE GOODS, NOTI?KS HOSlET ' *V- LADIES' AND GENTS' KID
GLOVES, BEST MAKE; Gl ,TS' FUBNISHINQ GOCHS.
Remember we.keep the CELEBRATED .STAR SHIRT,
When you come to Orangeburg don't forget to call and look throagb our etock of Cloths^
Caseimers, Jeans, Flannel*, Domestic* and I>ress doods, which we are one-ring at reduced
March 20, 1873 28
J. W. PATRICK A CO.,
Huwell Street, Orangebarg, K. C.
Has just returned from the North, and having purchase 1 a LARGE nad
VARIED assortment of
He invites every ono to INSPECT his
STOCK AND PRICES
before purchasing elsewhere.
ORANGEBURG, S. C
SUGARS OF ALL GRADES !
1 TOSE & IZLAR
W Wholesale and Retail Grocers, ^
ao RUSSELL STREET. 3
Arc now offeriug a very choice and well selected sloek of j
% FANCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES |
H *?r SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-^S;
S Goods Delivered.
< VOSE & IZLAR.
SMOKE AND DRY SALT BACON.
RICE AND GRIST MILL!
STBAUS & STREET.
Having mado VAST IMPROVEMENTS in their MILL, are now prepared
to POUND RICE for the Public at large at the rate of 3ft cts per bushsl or Oes
Alwaya oo hand CLEAN RICE and FRESH GROUND QRIST and M F. AL
Wc still pay tho
HIGHEST MARKET 3?IitCE
In CASH, for ROUGH RICE, CORN sad PKA8.
oct 4 to
-r-u-|r-r_, ...-.-rn "MtfiT "tTTSWISSI i i TT
And most extensive
EVER OFFERED "|7?/hT? CATV
1 \fX\) in Orangehnrg, is now
waiting inspection AT
C. D. KORTJOHFS
Well-known stand ; Consisting of all grades and all prices, from the common Rec
tified to "Old Pure." I invite speeial attention to my "N. C. Sweet Mash Whis
key," and "Imperial Cabinet," that for purity and cheapness hav*NKVER BEEN
The constant domand, and daily increasing
Grocery and Segar Trade
Not only compels me to bny cheap and compete with other merchants, but keep
continually on hand a large stoek; such as will enable my patrons and
to make the vory choicest selections.
I ASK BUT A TRIAL.
C. X>. KORTJOHK.
WE ARE READY!
Are now displaying the LABOES??
BEST SELECTED and CHEATS***
BOOTS & SHOES
ever offered in this TOWN 1
All we ask is a call to CUM V1JRS
70? of tho a"bore PACTS.
THEODORE KOHN & BR0THB&.
And now opening, at
A fall assortment of FALL an*
WINTER GOODS, of every deMfff?
tion, at prices to snit the times.
A full stock of choice Groeeri?
now on hand.
Sepi. 27, 1873 35 Ip
DRY GOOD AND GROCERIES,
HAVE OR EAT PLEASURE in submitting the following list of QO0
to their patrons sad the pnhlic, end while thanking them for past coaflaaaai
liberally bestowed, offer renewed nssnraoce that every effort will be aw its ta> m
their wants with the very best of goods at lowest cash prices.
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS
and CLOTHING, STAPLE GROCERIES, such as *
FLOUR, SUGAR, COFFEE, BACON,
HANS, MACKEREL, LARD Ac.
RAISINS, JELLIES, 8AU0ES, SPICES, PICKLES, MUS
TARD, Ac., CANNED FI8H, FRUIT, and VEGE
TABLES, in every variety, TINWARE, and
CROCKERY, A FULL LINE AL
WAYS ON HAND.
MOSELEY A CROOK,
(OPPOSITE THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.)
juae 2S june 28 . Ij