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SATURDAY, NOV. 8, 1873.
Charleston, (i that the General waa
The Greet Eastern Cireu? advertises
"Gods and Goddesses, iu Original cos
eJfKta adUm *v TT* v,isv? Jml)
turne*. u j
Original costume !?cold weather 1?
Messrs Kuhn Sc Uro., hare put down
their prices to Suit the present panic. |
These gentlemen aro fully up. to the
times in ' every thing. Their Urge
advertisement in toother column speaks
fond. i baa ,TJ }i\ I .(?''
- i an .1 I ' -
When the members of the other fair
cemVhUtces wore troubled about delud
ing anything/they "tossed ?p" fur it.
The tasting committee foaml it hoecss i
*yto "toss down" before coining to any
SOME IVIIA T Ii EU A Ii KA Ii I. E~
It appears from the conversation of
disnppointcd exhibitors that tho host
articles at the fair were those to which
no premiums wero awarded. Well, tot
homines, &c.?"the varieties of hominy
aro rarious as those of corn."
- -??. i a " -:?
T. B. Bpyd Esq., has just .^ono and
done it. "What! Why apeoed one of
the finest, assortment of shoos ever
offered here, and is not afraid to let the
people know it, through the columns of
_ VGo for hi?ai"?or, rather, for his
boots and shoes.
A lady from Beaufort contributed to
?our fair a bottle of hotae-grewu olives.
KJno of the "tasting com mitte"* found
?that "them pickled bullaces," as he
Styled them, were,.when taken in doses
of a round dozen or more, decidedly
?c'altful ated to prodace a roaigaatinn from
'that highly popular and self sacrifici ng
???sasaa* ? -
0ur friend 'Augustus Fischer , has
? tr m MjS ft ss 1 . v
fitted u.n ihe store recently occupied by
the Enterprise f?aloon and opened a fall
stock of family Groceries, fruits &o.
TPbft Salodti has boen moved to the rear'
?of tl>e Grocery store and ie arranged in
the -best style, with a choice lot of the
and with Dr. Butler at
?dy to serve the public
Bye-opener^ at the shortest
^ ^stYd^KA^Pc^nsirvertflSHm'Ut in this issue.
The Sank has removed from in front
ofHheJK*** XMSecto Bctteraoa's new
'building. Hi ley Is oonseq neatly diseoo ?
solate. Visions of gr.enbaek.no longer
flit before his eyes at he site looking at
'the place where so muck money once had
a habitation, lie says that life his ao
^ager any ploaBure Jor bun, aud^.that
he never foltv^iraself quite so milch of a
"devil" as at present. Peace, trouble!
soul!?take philosophy to chy weary bo
som, uneasy Uiley !?-for not the -only
s I ?*H*iS K 4- '
one art thou whose heart strings hare
been wrung by musing upon what,
"might be" $h|e,~1qpkieg) upon that
which "used to was." Be no longer
riled, Ol Rilsy.
A young mother, babe in arms,
stood on the Railroad* platform,
awaiting the train which was to carry
her and her little one to their husband
aud futhor in the "up -eoantry." The
mother was beautiful to gaze ?poo.
Plp? /$\ni (iealthy,looking . ?aa/tlto
yehng darling. The door of tho Station
bouse opened, and a gust.ef fetid, foul
?~ara*jh fiery -nttnospbere blew like a simoom
upon that fair young babe. The infant
stiffened in convulsions and died iu two
? and a bslf seeonde; the mother in two
^seconds more was a -raving maaiao !
Alas and ab J woe ! and a well a-day
~the little' one has gone to the "up
country," but it is a very high-up
country ioteed, and it went via one of
Riggs' patent hermetically sealed coffins
Dr. WI?Ur??lWtta Cherry Bmlsm.
. ?This Balsamic compound has beoomo
n bone fixture. Let sli who suffer, and
have In rain attempted to oure their
. eoftghs, solde, bronchial or pulmonary
N eomplatnts, make ose of this nnequaled
remedy. It can be relied open, the mass
of testimony that has been published
since iu, introduction being ample proof
THE GREAT EASTERN MENAGERIE? \
This comprehensive and elaborate
establishment?pronounced oao of the
greatest combinations Of caravan, mu
seum, hiptiodrome, aquarium and circns
on the road?with all its colossal and
wondrous proportions, will visit our
Town on Thursday the 21at of Novem
ber. Tlift Agcbt informs ug that the")
Great Eastern does not divide itself into
two or three Bhows, but will com? here
in full lor
The Louisville Commercial of March
"(JltllAT Kastmin M knaukki K AND
This colossal exhibition, tbo nr. plus
ultra of arcniu and zoological excellen
cies, opened on the corner of East Chest
nut street to a very Quo audience in
point of numbers aud respejtabiiity, and
at ni^ht there was a perfect jam ef
breathing humanity, thousands being
turned away, unable to gain admission
on account of the crowded state of the
immense pavilions. The procession in
the forenoon of yesterday through the
principal avenUe? of tbo city is conceded
the most imposing and gorgeous evor
made here. The whole was enlivened
with excellent music from the several
bunds. Of the exhibition itself, too
much iu just comaicndatiou cannot be
paid. The night performance was un
fortunately marred by the severe wind
and disaster which so suddenly tormi
nuted the exhibition, but the aftcrunon
entertainment wns smooth, most agree
ablo and instructive, i he animal collec
tion is much tbu largest ever seen here,
embracing thirty odd denn of living
8pccimcmi fro'u the old and new world.
With the circus tbo audience were
delighted, and manifested their npproba
tion by warm and repeated applau.se.
The equestrianism in especially unex
1 celled. 'J he acrobatic and gymnastic
exercises were wonderful, and elicited
mush remark from the enthusiastic
A married woman, named Catherine
McGowan, died in Augusta, Monday
evening, from the effects of intempor
The times must be sadly out of joint
when it is announced that ?'the New
Haven Clock Works can run uuly eight
hours a day."
"How does that In ?k, eh ?" said a hi..
fi.?ted Wall street man to a friend, hold
inu upjone of his brawny hands. ??That,"
said the friend, 'lo des. as though you'd
goae short on soap."
'?Have the jury agreed?" asked the
sheriff, as he met a court attache o i tlu
stairs with a Urge pitcher in bis bauds.
"Yes, sir ; they agreed to have a gallou
of beer, aud scut me out for it."
A prominent bookselling firm im New
Orleans received, the other day, an order
?for hooks from a country Customer,
among which appeared the f.d.owing :
"2 cop Lou *5>Vtc/, 2 cop .l)ou (^uixitito
and 2 cop Teuerseu.
The proprietor of a young Indies'
academy in Illinois has utterly ruined
his business by causing to be inserted in
a large dumber of papers a picture of
the building, with" .two girls ou the
balcony with last year's hats on their
?'I say ; printer, do you take M.ihrat
tan money T**f*
"No." \ .
"What's the reason? ain't it good Vt
' Why don't you take it, then ?"
?'Can "t get it."
Golcmbia, ? C, Dee. 20th, 1870.
71? Ihr Editor Orangr.bwg Xeics :
Sia?I have the honor to inform you that
at a meeting ef the Hoard of Officers, cre
sted by an Act entitled "An Act to Regulato
the Publication of all Legal and Public
Notices," the following resolution was adop
Retired, That the " O R A N C, E B U Fl G
N E VT 8" is hereby designated as the OFFI
CIAL PAPER for the Publication of all
Legal Notices and official Advertisement* of
the Ceunty Officers in the County of Oi unge
F. L. CARDO'/.O,
Sec. of Stuto
and Chairman Hoard.
Per W. R, JONES.
Omen or run Oranobbudo Nkws,
NoAomber, 7th 1873
COTTON?Sales during tho week 180
bales. W* quote:
Ordinary, to Good Ordinary,...10<^
Low Middling.I 1
ROVOH Kick.-$1.25 per oiishcl
Cohn.L.$1.00 per bushul.
Cow Pias. 1.00 per bushol.
Pindbus. 1.10 per bushel.
Notice of Dismissal.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
one month from date 1 will file my final
account with tho Honorable Aug. B. Knowl
ton, Judge of Probate for Orangeburg Coun
ty, aa Administrator ef the Estate of A. V.
Kennedy dco'd, and ask far Letters of Dis
J. T. C. KENNERLY,
OQt 18 ABB
J. Wallace Gannon,
has JUST RECEIVED A FRESH SUP
LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
. AND . i
CANNED GOODS, CANDIES,
All of tho ubove goods nre offered at
PRICES lo suit the prcsuut. tight times,
oct 25 1B73
DR. THOMAS LEGARE,
ROPER AM) CITY HOSPITAL
Offen? his PROFESSIONAL SBRvHCES
to the eantimiirity of Orangeburg and to tlie
Public n. large.
Office hours from 8 te ? A. M., 1 to 2, and
7 to 'J at night.
Office, Market Rtreot, over .More of Jno.
aug 16 8in
WHAT PLEASES TUE LADIES
' . A
WHEELER it WILSON SEWING MA
Tlisj- can be hud by calling nt Mrs. Olden
doifl'e MilUrcrjr Establishment,
J. T. SIMMONS,
June 2S?3m Orangeburg, 8. C.
THE CHEAT REMEDY FOR
which can be cured by a
timely resort to this stand?
ftrcl preparation, as has been
proved by the hundreds ol
testimonials received by the
proprietors. It is acknowl
edged by many prominent
physicians to bo the most
reliable preparation ever in
troduced for the relief and
cure of all Lung complaints,
and is oflercd to the public,
sanctioned by (lieexperience
of over forty years. When
resorted to in season it sel
dom fails to effect a speedy
cure in tho most severe
cases of Coughs, Bronchitis,
Croup, "Whooping Cough,
Inllucnza, Asthma, Colds,
Sore Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the Chest and Side,
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the Lungs, &c. Wistar's
Balsam docs not dry up a
Cough, and leave the cause
behind, as is the case with
most preparations, but it
loosens and cleauscs the
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of
BETH W. FOWLE 4 80N8, Boston, Vui?
And aold by Druggist* and Dealers generally.
oct 18 ly
NE W PATENT^
DR. PATRICK'S COTTON PRESS
Tho undersigned Ag?nt fer Orangeburg
County begs leave tn call the attention of
COTTON PLANTERS to tho same, and
would advise every one in nood of a COT
TON PRESS to purchase n patent at once.
For CHEAPNESS, SfltfpLIClTY, nud
P0WF.lt, it has no oiptal.
Any one desirous of nccing the "medua
operandi"' of ?nid Pre**, can do so hy calling
at the Store ef J. W? Patrick ^ Co., Kussel
Street Orangoburg C. II., S. C, wbero a
model can be soon, or add res? Capt. .led
STOKES Gen l Agent Midway S. C.
.1. W. PATRICK, Agt.
Orangeburg County S. C.
July 2G lc7;; tf
E. J. OLIVEROS, M. D.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISH, KQN-KXPLOSIVE
lamps, Garden seeds, &c., &*.,
PR esc R IT IONS preparod with ACCUK1
act end FIDELITY, foi which pt rposo n
full and complete assortment of IT RE
CHBMICALS and GENUINE DRUG8 will be
constantly en hand.
Long experience?* aureessful business
career ef mero than eight years in Oraage
burg, a geod knowledge of the DRUG
MARKET at koine and abroad, will afford a
sufficient guarantee that all goods sold or
dispensed at my establishment will bo
GENUINE and RELIABLE.
Appreciating the success whieh in the
past has attended my efforts, 1 have de
termined to spare no pains in merit a enn
tinsnce of the patronage so liberally bestow
E. J. OLEVEROS M. D.
No 100 Russel Street Orangeburg.
A Towering Giant Among, its Pellows
THE GREAT 12 CENTRE-POLE TENT
8100,000 CITAT;r^TsrC;T: SHOW
WILL EX JII IUI AT
ORANGrEBURQ-, FRIDAY NOV. 21st, 1873.
THREE PERFORMANCES at WK*. RT..and 2*hna1 8 P. M. Doors open ono hour
previous. a Tlt'KET \\ agon wjlj bp open ?<ii iLu Mict from 0 a. M. to 12 M., whore
TICKETS can he purchased, thus avoiding Ihc rush <>n tho gj*oiw\d.
AMMIHSIQ* s>l. Children nudvr 12 your* so cts.
GREAT EASTERN MENAGERIE |
MUSEUM, AVIARY, CIRCUS, RODMAN HIPPODROME
AN D EGYPTIAN CAR \Y AN.
Its njunncntalh n 'the pa-i winter makes it four tiniest larger than 1 yo >r. and then it
was oont'rsfecU tho Mmhtoh M nt?? lou of t ;c r ? i J. O h,- :i nKTli m dill i *3 Ii ivo bc-'n
rxp< n<kd to make thtsrVp* most stapehdous fctfu^rcnlesl V.'up" i Ea^aWtffoiMvor attempted;
and nn imtnensa rwclvo Centre-Pole Pavi ion c i ri:i;j over four acres ground, and
measuring 10,8,0'JO Kjrafds of canvas, ;?; ivjuii -1 r.??-< ?i >'t its thirty-otto <l?n.s ot living
Wild Beasts, breathing Sea Mou trs, Phnn i; I Rird*, PL?? i-?at in j lloplile spaud the
colossal I ?
DU.' L CIRCl'S EXtjlBITrONJ MAJK1NG 11 A GRAND COMBIX.V
TION MORE THAN EQUAL TO TW-ELTE SHOWS IN ONE:
T<> trau port tli"- uouah i*F Shows, loO ears, * pa>sengercoaVnoV, nn'l I engines are
hroucht into requisition, nn?l tlie services of over iUlMj men and horses are necsssary tu
the success of this unprecedented en/erprisc.
A Grniiri Triple ?lentlflfcric. in < Separata TcuJts, combiuel with tlis
??LOSSAL MILS BUM, AVIVRY of TROPICAL BIRDS, and caravan OP ele
phants. CAMELS, DROMEDARIES, ELKS, BUFFALOES, ete., etc
Grand l>ouble Clirenn Performtme?) i?? <lio I,?rjf^st Hippodrouie
Tent in the World. f.
EVERY ACT DOUtlLR, in 2 111 i n ? the tamo hour, unler one GRAND
A DOURLE GRAND RNTRE. - Stuls (.i Ki? ? Horses, Dual Corps of Equate
trir?n?H, Mnl?? Rider*; Aenibuts, Gymnaateq ('towns, ato.
Greatest Achievement* in Arcnlc innnls over Witnessed!
EVERY U.i\ \T II ? > Iv.A. M.v AN L N PARALLELED
PAGEANT I'llOC I.SSlON OVLR TWO BI1LKH LOXO !
With emerald, crimson an I g<.M dens, throe Ipr.iss an ! reed Bands, grand St -am Piano,
and a full [Martial Bend, as in tho Days of'7rt . Twtsrfty Wom<*ri\ an.) oao hundred horse
men nn.l pages, mounted, and lullowed by tho t avahlade <Oth tmir tl ?ga. hanner? and
paraphernalia, mounted Oodsand flodcesr-s, in original costumes, with living TIGERS,
lions. PANTHERS AND JAGUAR * LOtiSK in TUR STREETS.
Wfju Before each exhibition at)'.: \ni> BALLOON ASCENSION will ho given
9&1~ All tho Railroad rui ntng i ito the Towu have boon arranged with tobring people
at greatly reduced faro.
CHARLES MV VLLS, AKont
n\ ??." ?dl i'i-i+mW
?st:-?' ' ''**rt'-tWwa sVrw
? r. ; ? ' I ids
? si ei?d ii?V
(S0tsf??A I f? try ^w i
? itinln bt>h*X. it
IS SELLING ??> -?
His ENTIRE STOCK of NEW GOODS
it* >ei erissff,?sf
AT ? " **4
i?l4 to s*&4ft|
a w*c? nsff
> ??< ??t t?A
ol 1?fcK*Y? s*sfV
i?? .'astuj !*si
-1 ' 9JV
K seoV'i -dUf^iW of
feorf - - ? ?,?>??* ?B
? ? <*. le esdot eoosfl
W. T. M?LLER'S OLD STAN&S?
?,<"<Irrt'. iitW ?
We are pleased to aunouuco to tho citizen- of Orjingeburg ^-tQurlmr^**
wc have ovJned a FIRST CLASS
Where we will always be propared to supply our customars with everjrihjfcg in
our line, such as . . waj t^t^fmi
Coffee, Su<rnr, Racon, Flour.
Tea, Candies, Crnckess. CandW, Mo
laeses, Grist. Meal, Fruits, Xuts, Ate. '^^?'?WBI
which will be seid CHEAP for CASH.
Tn bdditif.n to the Groceries, wc have also on hand, a full and complete ttcy ? mt
the choicest "?V>*.A
Ales, Wines, Liquors and SegaSL
T<> be found in OrnngcbUfgl ? niac? Jk\
Giro un a coll at Muller's Old Stand. " 'Round the Corner." . j^joq^ A
i^it^is^rz^jiToo^rAisrisr & cow*
oct IS 1S73 ?>" l-?ci?Hfa ?WpA
si i c r.i i^OCflM
??-? -.- - 1 -j-j-j-j^-X
GEO. H. CORNELSOm
HofoT^ mi mm*
Is receiving now, constantly
tions to his Stock of BEY G00$8,
Groceries, Hardware, Boots & Shoes,
Hats, Saddles, Harness, CrocI
Wood and Willow Ware, etc.,
offers the same at prices to suit ike
times. BAGGING and TIES always
on hand. I also continue to V3?ny
COTTON, RICE and all COUNgK*
Produce at the HIGHEST MalKet
PRICE. Please call in and Sj&CJbr
GEO. H. CORNELS?^S'.*
lias just returned from the North, an 1 having purchased a ?L
V A HIED assorttuont of
go ft T-J
a ? ? Q "**
? ? O > H P
5- t^ W H
re- S3 '?' -1 *? ? P
S t> W o v< M
S - W -M I ? ? 2 i30
S 5 ( do ^ <ff>?d
? - . - s4t^??
He hmtes every ono to INSPECT his ' ??rj
STOCK AND PRICES
1 .,? /sc v f^Mf
before purchasing clscwltjrc.
RUSSELL STREET, 0KA^GE1S^(^<5 0?
oct 4 1373 I