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U.RDAY?. OOT. 11, 1878.
that a New Street is to be
opened soon. Why not at one* T
Base ball-ism and another ?ism car
non is doing a (food busi
The Fair BnMding is searing comple
tion. A /<x*r 8ct ?f 11190 ?,c Rt the
bead ofcVltj and success ought to follow.
There arc but forty candidates so far,
for ^ the next Legislature. Somobody
Rowe's Pump is to be incorporated at
tho next sossion of the General Assem
There iff eosne talk of establishing an
lyy&ifoct^1* for thii 9Swljf. It
Where is our Brauchvillc local ? IIus
,11, his pen, or Iiis
Blankets aud overcoats are iudispon
sable now?the former in tho night, and
tho latter of course in the day.
er. ot cc
?Our t'rieud (\V. T. Mullcr has moved
mWwhyhiutation. lie was a successful
?iss>arsen ,Sde a at
merchant, and ws predict a career for
*eW"&^/mrmcr equally as brilliant.
W. M. Sain is having the lumber and
trash clo ?red from the ground* where
the old Soap Factory used to stand.
Bill ia an energotio fellow.
All the lager beer drinkers called on
Frank Briggmann a few moments alter
a keg lu *ap]>cd. Why is this thus f
PW&t&g?ntfkecp good lager?
A. F. Browning Keq^, has ween ap
pointed Lieutenant Coionel of Ute
W] obprsi that Mrs. Meroney the
tasty lnd\waoTd hostess, of Meroney's
popular hotel, has received a handsome
and ?elegant carriage from Columbia.
W. A. Meroney arrived home from
ISaktesore during tho last week. A
ltdjV *I^Y<f 1$?^ foTlowed after kirn.
V 3 Uf better lock well to their
On passing Lcwiavnlle a few days ago
arc based a passenger say; "This jalace
is groWmyX^ We tkoasgsit ?Ire wjaa was
a foot!- Who docs'nt know that our
outer '?j^j^T^i .
Augustus Fischers S?looa will soon
be the finest in the County. Wit h Iiis
genial senile, his affable sad polite
vo-adjutoT Mr. Joku T Butler,and his
superb stock of liquors, he must com
mand the patronage of the County.
Mayer Mceeley presides as Mayor
with a great dual of dignity. He is a
fair mas, and although we fought him
in the late contest, we are, after experi
encing a few weeks ef his rule as May
or, willing to ssy : We'll sin ne moro
?not against Piuk, any how.
Judge Cooke arrived in Town on
Hondsy last. In consequence of Judge
Graham being detained home by sick -
nrsftflf tin tainirlit that be would sit
st the present term of Court. Judge
Cooke is Jpokirfg welt and many of bis
?old friends were gratified to meet him.
During tho week past money has been
mretty?arec, but not as much to as the
week before. Cotton is coming in again
and a new life scorns to be coming over
Orangeburg. Our opinion about the
recent crisis is simply this j Ou* dear
ancrchants are sound, and the cotten
The case of the Stet? against Price
fer murder committed in the year 18G1,
twaa trLd on Thursday Wet. Augustus
B. Knowltm Esq., fo?. the defense and
Malcolm I. Browning Esq., for the
prosecution. Tho jury returned n verdict
^ of not guilty" within five minutes lifter
leaving the Court room. The testimoney
for the State was not of a character
In warrant n conviction. The oase was
ably prosecuted by Mr. Browning, and
at one time hop* burned low in the
besom of the prisoner, aid those of his
friends who wcro present. The charge
of His Honor was able and to the point.
Judgo T. 0. Andrews Senator from
this County was in Town a day or two
during the last week. He is looking
remarkably well, and designs doing all
he ean as Senator and with his paper,
to adjust the dsbt of the State in a man
ner beneficial to th e Tax payers. The
people made no mistako in electing
Judge Andrews, Senator. L onrj may
CHRISTIAN DIED RICK KORTJOHN?
Our friend lives yet and is jolly as
ever. Hns as many friends as in days
of yore, snd makes new onos every day.
Once purchase a bill of groceries or
liquors at his store, and you will novor
pass him thereafter.
With a complete and first class stock,
a polite and affable sot of clerks, M r.
Kortjobn will merit the patronage of his
large corp of customers.
P. V. Dibblo Esq., having been ap
pointed Deptuty Collector U. S. Iatur
u.il Rernure for Orangcburg County
requests us to state for the iufermatiou
of persona dealing in Liquor or Tobacco
that the law requires the payment and
posting conspicously at their places of
business of them stamps (cenvently
called license) beforo commencing
Planters paying their hands in Liquor
or Tobacco arc subject to the tax.
Violations of the law ronder parties
to leavy pensltys.
It it pleasant to sec upon the judicial
bench gentlemen of integrity as well as
ability. Nothing is more gratifiying to
a people than to know that tho Judge
who presides over thorn is a fearless and
ablu expounder cf the law ; faithful to
himself, his country, and the high
obligation of his oath.
Our Circuit is peculiarly blest in this
way. In the person of His Honor, K
F. Gr?Ham one can recognize at onco
all those traits which contribute towards
making a man loved and respected. As
a Judge he is faithful, honest and
intelligent; as a gentleman, of the finest
social qualities, he is pre eminent. Wo
could ask no mere of the Legislature
than to give Judge Orahata to us for
I hiring the dull summer months otic j
'comfort was left the followers of
Bacchus. Times were hard in July and
August- September it was believed,
would bring a better era. Sure enough,
t' o hope which keptseme timid people up,
was realized last month. With Septem
bear came our good jovial and honest
friend, Frnnk Briggiuann, and what
followed his reappearance in this good
oil Town, the public know. SafSoe it
to say, that Frank has opened at
Mullor'e **M and popular stand, and
offers one of the finest stocksof Gro
ceries, Liquors and Scgars to he had in
Frank laughs yet, and has not forgot
ten to promise to let the people know
what ho has through the medium of the
"New?." 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. Malcolcm I. Browning the acting
Solicitor, has been up to bis cars in busi
ness in behalf of the State, and many
persons' believe that he can prosecute as
well as defend.
The following business was disposed
of op to yesterday noon.
State vs. W. A O'Caiu. obstructing
State vs. Nelson Barton, burglary and
State vs. Robert Price, murder. Not
State vs. Martin Yon and Susan Yon,
murder. Not guilty.
Stact vs. Rodney Shuler, petit lar
ceny. Nol pros.
State vs. Calclough and Edward
Glover, burglary and larceny. Struck
Statt vs. Martin Murphy, assault
with intent to commit rape, Not guilty.
State vs. Wads H. Reed, assault with
intent to kill. Kot Guilty.
State ts. Alexander, assault
and false imprisonment. Not guilty.
State ??. Heury Bush burglary and
larceny. Plead Guilty.
Stete vs. Laval Paulling, burglary
and larceny. Not guilty.
State ts. James Cannon Sr-, assault
with intent to kill. Not guilty.
State vs. Sara Dickson, malicious
wounding of Hogs. Plead guilty.
State vs. Larkio Staloy, assault with
intent to rape Plead guilty of assault.
State vs. Henry Smith, assault with
i itent to kill and assault and battery.
State vs. Jocll* Cannon, assault and
battery. Guilty. Sentenced to jail for
'?ws? - sb?M
Even cheese and tobacco arc presso l
for money at Uub time.
Columbia, 8. C, Dec. 20th, 1870.
To the Editor Oranyrlurg Newt:
Sin?I huvo the honor to inform you boat
at a meeting of the Hoard of Officers, cre
sted by un Act entitled "An Act to Regulate
the Publication of nil Legal nnd Public
Notices," the following resolution *?j adop
KmolreJ, That the "OIIANO EBURO
N E W S " is hereby designated ns thu OFFI
CIAL PAPER for the Publication of ull
Legal Notices nnd Official Advertisements of
the County Officers in the County of Orange
F. L. CARDOZO,
Sec. of State
nnd Chuirninu Hoard.
Per W. R. JONES.
Or-n r. or Tiik ObA?nr.buso News,
October, 10th 1873
COTTON?Sales during the week 200
bales. We quote:
I JOrdinnry, to Good Ordinary.... 1 1 (a\! :\\
Low Middling.1 U (,A
Roimit Ries.~$1.2f> per oushel
Corn.$1.00 per bushel.
Cow Pkas. 1.00 per bushel.
PiNWF.as....,. 1.10 per bushel.
Do You Want
IF YOU WANT
WHERE YOU'LL FIND
Any and Everything.
smv 2 tf
At Private Sale.
THE PLANTATION fsrmlng a part of
tbs EsUte of the bite Col. Kelt!, nnd
known as the DARBY PLACE. The tract
consists of about 600 acres, one half weJl
Timbered, the remainder Kick, Hod, Loam
?Soil, adapted to Crops of all kinds. These
are the Finest Lands in the District, nnd
wer* valued at $20 per aero in 1866. Would
be rold for one.half tha' ,trice now. One
fourth cash, tke remair er iu three instal
ments bearing interest from date and as
cured by mortgage of tho same.
This is a splendid chnnce for aneryne de>
siring to secure Rich Lands, fino Wator Pow
er, excellent Cattio Range and a Itefiued
Neighborhood. Apply to
Urs- L. M. KK1TT.
Or J <J K El TT, Esq.
Citizens' Savings Bank
OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Will pny 7 PER CENT. INTEREST on
SPECIAL DEPOSITS nnd G PER CENT, on
SAVINGS DEPOSITS, Compounded Semi
I.ocul Finance Committee.
Hon. THOS. W. GLOVER.
Col. PAUL S. FELDER.
Copt. JNO. A. HAMILTON.
JAS. H. FOWLES,
mar 23 jnn cly
MONEY CANNOT BUY ITI
Far Sight 1? Pricclca?! I
BUT THE DIAMOND 8FECTACLES WILL
jmm l&JmW*) 3B&mask
If you value yonr Fyesight use these Per
fect Lenses. Ground from Minute Crystal
Pebbles, Melted together, snd derive their
name "Diamond'' en account of their Bard
aesa and Brilliancy. They will last many
years without ebange, and are warranted
anperior to all others in use.
Manufactured by tha Spencer Optica.
Manufacturing Co., New York.
CAUTION.?None Genuing unloas stamp
ed with our trado mark.
For Sale by Responsible Agsnts through
out the Union.
E. J. OLIVEROS,
jan 20?ly Orangeburg, 8. C.
<fcC to 82? PER RAY! Agent?
JpU WANTED! All classes of working
people, of either sex, young or eld, make
more money at work for us la their spare
momenta, eg all the time, than at anything
else. Particulars f ree. Address
Oj 8TINS0N & CO.,
sept 2,' -lo Portl\nd, Maine.
BOOT, SHOE AND CLOTHING HOUSE.
HAVING Just returned with t> large and varied stock, we are now pre par td to one* in
ducements to all Who are desirous of purchasing
IN CONNECTION WITH
OUR STOCK OF BOOTS, SHOES AND CHOTHINO,
W? cull attention of the Public, and specially TKlQ LADIES, to ?"r 8tork ?f
WHITE GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY tie,, LADIES' AND QKNTS' KID
GLOVES, BEST MAKE, GENTS' FUBNISHINO GOCHS.
Hi member we. keep the CELEBRATED &TAR SHIRT,
When you come to Orangebarg don't forget to call und look through our stock of Cloths
Cassiniers, Jeans, Flannels, Domestic* and Dress Goods, which we are offering at reduced
J. W. PATRICK * CO? ,
March 20, 1873 28 ly KosseU ?treet, Orangeborg, 8. C.
lias just returned from the North, sad having purchase 1 a LARGE nad
VARIED assortment of
CO C5 W ?
I 1 * 1 O 3
i m i a f ? i
S S B 2 5 td S
g - 1 5 * *
? a oo ?
9 *L ft. w
He invites every ono to INSPECT kis
STOCK AND PRICES
before purchasing elsewhere.
RUSSELL STREET, ORANGEBURG, S. C
oct 4 1873 &2
SUGARS OF ALL GRADES !
1 TOSE & KLAR
I Wholesale and Retail Grocers, g
aS RUSSELL STREET. 2
^ Arc now offering a very choice and well ?clect?;! ?lock of j
I FANCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES I
H JteiT SATISFACTION GUABANTEED -%?
S Goods Delivered.
< vose & izlar.
SMOKE AND DRY SALT BACON.
RICE AND GRIST MILL!
STEAUS & STREET.
Having made VAST IMPROVEMENTS in their MILL, are now prepared
to POUND RICE for the Public at large at the rate of 31 cts per bushel or nee
Always on hand CLEAN RICE and FRESH GROUND QRIST and MEAL
Wc still pay tho
highest market i^rick
In CASH, for ROUGH RICE, CORN and PKA8,
oct ?* &0
And most extensive
EVER OFFERED TV VI? O A T u
dT VFXY OilJUaCj in Orangeburg, 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 Pur?." I invite speeial attention to my "N. C. Sweet Mask Whis
key," and "Imperial Cabinet," that for purity and oheapness havssNEVER BEEN
The constant domand, and daily increasing
Grocery and Segar Trade
Not only compels me to bny cheap and compete with other astronauts, hut keep
continually on hand a largo stock; suoh as will ?nable my patrons and
to make the vory choicest selections.
I ASK BUT A TRIAL.
c. d. kortjohk.
we are ready!
Are now displaying the LARGEST
BEST SELECTED and CHEAPEST
boots & mom
ever offered in this TOWN!
AH we ask is a call to COIT/QISX
you of th? above FACTS.
THEODORE KOHW & BROTEBS.
? -- -? ..U..' 1
And now opening, at
A Ml assortment of FALL
WINTER GOODS, of every descrif?
lion, at prices to snit the times.
A full stock of choice Groceries?
now on hand. .
Sept. 27, 1873 35 If
MOSELY & CROOK.
DRY GOOD AND GROCER
HAVE GREAT PLEASURE in submitting the following list of
to their pntrons and the public, and while thanking then for past ooaL^
liberally bestowed, offer renewed assmrance that every effort will be evade to ?
their waste with the very beet of goods at lowest cash prices.
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS
and CLOTHING, STAPLE GROCERIES, mseh at *
FLOUR, SUGAR, COFFEE, BACON,
HAMS, MACKEREL, LARD Ac.
RAISINS, JELLIES, SAUCES, SPICES, PICKLES, MUS
TARD, Ac., CANNED FI8H, FRUIT, sad VEGE
TABLES, in arerj variety, TIN WARB? and
CROCKERY, A FULL LINE AL
WAYS ON HAND.
MOSELEY & CROOK,
(OPPOSITE THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS HANK.)
juas 28 june 38 1 . lw