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SATURDAY, N0v7 15, 1873.
Seo advertisement of C D. Kortjohn
in another column.
ra *re plentiful here thU week,
is asking everybody else
"How is your parson, this morning?"
If you, wont to soo how the money
goes read the County Conmissicners,
Annual Report iu our advertising col
Dr. F. Formier has removed his den
tristry ofiice tc h: rooms over Wiloock's
tin shop. Dr. Fersner has been prac
tising in this county for some thirty
years and ib well-known to every Or
angeburger who ever bad a toolh ache.
Tho mtst cardinally-pointed man iu
this couuty is Mr. N. E. \V. Siftrunk
Comprehending in his initials tho X. E.
S. and W. we take the liberty this weok
of sending him n copy of that b^st of
country weeklies, the Orangeburg N-E
"We are informed by a gentleman from
the Fork of Edisto (hut he saw n rattle
snake 10 inches in diameter and G feet
long with 20 rattles and a button, which
was killed on the 8th instant by Mr.
Morgan Hughes a d wife, while in?the
act of crawling into their kitchen.
?D i ?
Mr. Faxby Chaplin died at Mr John
A. Zcig-ler'e, bis son-in-law's residence
'?"IWSunflay ?eek after a lung and pain
ful ill nets Mr Chaplin was for nu.in
years a consistent member of tho B >| ti-t
Church, a?.d leaves a large family and
tunny friends to mourn his lots. His
age was upward of aixty years. He was
emphatically a good man.
fc . It would have done anybody's soul
good to see how proud fJc<-rj;o Shirer
? as of?Utag,4>is breakfast before tune
< tht pfa*apva. at the (Ylumhiu Hotel,
Isst Wednesday mormu ?. Hut even be
was lept *aiuu*: for n rniall century,
during the lapse of which the steward
asked him if ' aay Suiter w s waiting
en him." IV > which ho nggravntingly
replied. "No, I'm a waiting mi th>
We liko tu do the fair thing in ail
trnu^c, consequently w? ur?j ?1 id to .-ay
that tho depi t accommodations at
llranehville are excellent. And if they
d|rA "tsQnw to cook u chicken at the
JtlsjkchY?lk| 4$uifig Saloon then we
tow what a chicken in. And lh ?? e
ainty, delicate egg puffs, yellow
as gold and light as the utumii air !
Shall we ever forget the tu ? Nut while
memory holds a place on earth.
The fc?njrtu<nit8 of the News upon
the stable and barn-yard aocomuioda
ttons for passengers at our depot have
brought the Rail Road President to
Orangeburg. He came up one day
during the present week, stuck his uose
in the Station House for a moment, and
then withdrew it suddenly. As tu the
cause of its hasty withdrawal, we have
Do positive information, but in case of
the President's death from any infeo
tious disease tho coroner's jury would
probably have no difficulty. As the
Kail Road reveres and cherishes its
President, there is some probability of
A more decent Station house being pro
vided for Orangeburg.
Thursday's Inion Herald has tho
jpg Qrangoburg items in its ac
count of the State Fair:
Mrs./hjeodore Kohn, of Orangoburg,
exhibited splendid work in the way of
crochet and knitting.
UV. PLMffTD. Kuhn, of Orangeburg,
made a showing of something that had
never before been done here, that is tho
manufacturing of a silver table set of
the best metal, designed and made by
himself. The attention of viaitors will
naturally be called to his display.
One of the most beautiful tidies
worked was that of Mrs. John Elora, of
An infant's cap, in silk, by Mrs.
Fannie E. Dibble, of Orangeburg, and
a great variety of needle and fanoy
work, attracted very general attention.
One of the most beautiful things to
be seen in the ladies' department was
the home-made rug, by Mrs. Quattle
baum, of Orangeburg.
Mrs. A. D. Frederick,of Orangeb^rg
displayed a knitted maatlc that attracted
very genoral attention, desorveuly, lor
it was a most beautiful thing.
Miss Addio I. Stokes, of Orangoburg,
has on exhibition a very fine pic-oushiou
also, Mrs. John P. Adams, specimens of
the same entitled to much merit.
A beautiful dUplay of croohet socks
by Mrs. Samuel Dibblo, of Oraugcburg
One of tho finest pieces of work we
have seen was the worsted feathered
work ol Mrs. Philip Rich of Orango
Miss Mattia II. Arthur, of St.
Matthew's, had soino very pretty draw
ings, and they woro generally admired.
Mrs. Philip Rich, of Orangeburgj
exhibited a beautiful mantle, that was
very generally admired.
Mrs. Mary Curtio Lee, the grand
daughter of Martha Washington, nnd
the widow of General Leo, died at Lox
ington, Vs., on the morning of tho 8th
inst. Her health had been feeble for
many years, nnd tho sudden death of a
favorite daughter finished the Had work
which the death of the General began
She rests in peace, by the sido of him
with whom so many years of girlish love
nud matronly devotion were tenderly
and happily passed.
Tho most Unhappy Person in tho
world is tho Dyspeptic, everything
looks dnrk aud gloomy ; he feels "out
of sorts" with himself and everybody
else Life is a burden to him. This
can all be changed by tatting 1'eruvian
Syrup (a protoxide ol Iron). Cases of
27 years' standing have boon cured by
We will giva the Democrats credit
for this much?that they support their
organ with all their resources?an im is
apiliiisque. The AVtrs and Courier is a
proof of that. Here is that paper, in
the midst of a financial panic crushing
the whole country, swearing that tin
peoplo cannot pay the tuxes because
there is no money in the Stute, ami yet.
in tho Baute breath, raising its subscrip
tiou price up to ton dollars. It cUiuu
that the tax payers are its main sub
scribers and deinuuds that those very
tax payers, who can't pay tho tax be
cause they really have no niunoy, shall
pay its office two dullard uioru per
annum tot tho ourp-rfc <? I'the piper.
A.id thoiio Democrats arc going to p;?y
that ten dollars, and not grumble about'
it cither. That is what we call stand
log by the paper that stands by you.
aud that ii tho rcusou why th it pupor
can nflb.d to pay, :-ay SI ,000 or 81,200
per week, to make a representative
p per what it ou^ht to bo.? L'uinn
The editor of the Huntsville (Mo.)
JL.rafd pops tho question in tbife public
fashion : ??There's a certain girl in this
town can carry our smoke house keys
for lifo if flhe'il only say the word."
A Dixon, Kctucky, editor cornea out
strong against tho hogs of that towu
He says they annoy him every day in
tho week by rooting down Im back
steps, and on Sunday th;y annoy him
by scrubbing their bucks agaiust the
floor timbers of the church.
A Beunington daughter, whoso do
mestic nature is equal to her natural
simplicity, was invitbd by an Advent
exhortor to joiu his sect, get her white
robe ready and prepare to ascend.
can't," the maid replied j "father and
mother are going up, and somebody
must stay aud sec to the cattle."
Colombia, S. C, Dec. 20th, 1870.
To the Editor Orangeburg Xeirs :
Sia?I have the bonor to inform you that
at a meeting of the Bosrd of Officers, cre
ated by an Act entitled "An Act to Itegulate
the Publication of nil Legal nnd Public
Notices," the following rosolutiou was adop
Resolved, That the "0 R A N G E B U Tt fl
N K W 8" is hereby designated as the OFFI
CIAL PAPER for the Publication of all
Legal Notices and Official Advertisements of
the County Officers iu the County of C augc
F. L. CARDOZO,
Sec. of Stato
nnd Chairman Hoard.
Per W. R. JONES.
Orrioa or tum Ob ana kocro Naws,
NoAcmber, 14th 1873
COTTON?Sales during the week 116
bales. We quote:
Ordinary, to Qood Ordinary,...10@
Roirun Rica...$1.<>0 per oushel
Corn.u.$ 85 per bushel.
Cow Pbas.m 75 per bushel.
PiNUxas.... 1.10 per bushel.
Notice of Dismissal.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
one month from date 1 will Me my final
account with the Honorable Aug*. B. KnowL
ton, Judge of Probate for Orangeburg Coun
ty, a* Administrator of the Estate of A. V.
Kennerly deo'd, and ask for Letters of Dis
J. T. C. KENNERLY,
oct 18 lm
J. Wallace Cannon,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FRESH SUP
liquors, cigars, tobacco,
canned goods, candies,
AH of "tho nliove goods arc ofTorod at
PRICES to suit the present light times,
oct '2b 1873
WHAT PLEASES THE LADIES
WHEELER Si WILSON SEWING MA
T)>ey enn be had by calling al Mrs. Olden
dorfs Millerery Establishment.
J. T. SIMMONS.
June 28?3m Oraugeburg, 8. C.
Iron in the Blood
MAKES THE WEAK STRONG.
Tlic Peruvian Syrup, a Protect
ed Solution of the Protoxide of
Iron, is so combined as to have
the character of on aliment, as
easily digested and assimilated
with the blood as tho simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of Nature's Own Vitalizing
Agent. Iron in thr btood, and
cures "a. thousand ills," simply
by Toning up,Invigorating and
1 italizing the System. The en
riched and vitalized blood per
meates every part of the body,
repairing damages and waste,
searching out morbid secre
tions, and leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This is the secret of the won
derful success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, IAvcr Com
plaint, I>ropsy, Chronic Diar
rhoea, Boils, Nervous Affections,
Chills and Fevers, Humors,
Xioss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of tho Kidneys and
Bladder, Femalo Complaints,
and all diseases originating in
a bad state of the blood, or ac
companied by debility or alow
state of the system. Being free*
from Alcohol, in any form, its
eneraiziug effects arc not fol
lowed by currC9pamtt,*ff
tlon, but are permanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, ami new
life into all parts of the sgstcm,
and building up an Iron C'on
Thousands have been changed
by the use of tit is remedy, from
weak, slcklg, suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, and
happy tnen and women; and
invalids cannot reasonably hes
itate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle has PERU
VIAN SYRUP blown in the glas*,.
SETH W. FOWLE L SONS, Proprietors,
.\o. HO Harrison A v., Boiton,
Bold ir DauouisTa uiiiiiiiai.lt,
oct 18 ly
dr. Patricks cotton prkss
The umler/igned Agent for Orangeburg
County begs leave In call the nttention of
COTTON PLANTERS to the same, ntnl
would advise every one in need of a COT
TON PRESS to purehaso a patent at once.
For CHEAPNESS, SIMPLICITY, and
POWER, it has no equal.
Any one desirous of seeing the "modus
>perandi" of said Press, can do so by exiling
at the Store of J. W. Patriot & Co., Kussel
Street Orangeburg C. H., S. C, where a
model can bo seen, or address Capt. Jeff
STOKES Genl Agent Midway S. C.
J. W. PATRICK, Agt.
Orangeburg County 8. C.
july 2G 1878 tf
E. J. OLIVEROS, M. D.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS.
OILS, VARNISH, NON-EXPLOSIVE
LAMPS, GARDEN SEEDS, &o., &0.,
PRESCRITIONS prepared with ACCUR1
ACY and FIDELITY, Cot which purpose a
full and complete assortment of PURK
CHEMICALS and GENUINE DRUGS will be
constantly on bund.
Long experience?a successful business
career o'- mere than eight years in Orangc
hurg. a good knowledge of tho DRUG
MARKET at home and abroad, will afford a
suflicient guarantee that all goods sold or
disponsed at my establishment will be
GENUINE and RELIABLE.
Appreuiafing the success which in the
past has attended my efforts, I have de
termined to spare no pains to merit a con
tinancc of tho patronage so liberally bestow
E. J. OLEVEROS M. D.
No. 100 R?ssel Street Oraugeburg.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Informs the publio that ha is now pre
pared to furnish BRICK8 in any quantity.
All orders will meet prompt attention.
J. C. EDWARDS.
1 jane 5 1878 tf
A Toweringwriant Among its Fellows
THE GREAT 12 CENTRE-POLE TENT
WILL EXHIBIT AT
ORANGEBURG, FRIDAY NOV. 21st, 1873.
Doors OPEN one hour
THREE PERFORMANCES' at 10 A. M? and 2 und R P. M.
It reel frei
ADMISSION $1. Chil?lren under 1? years 50 ct*.
previous. A TICKET WAQ?jB;will be open on the Street from 9 A. M. to 12 M., where
TICKETS can bo purohascd7?u?8 avoiding tlio rush on I"
GREAT EASTERN MENAGERIE
MUSEUM, AVIARY, CIRCUS, ROMAN HirPODROME
AND EGYPTIAN CARAVAN.
Its augmentation "th? pu*l winter makes it four times larger than list year, and then it
was confessed tho Monarch M stolon of the road. Over a million dollars have been
expended to make this the most stupendous and greatest World Exposition ever attempted;
i.nd an immense fwelve-Cetitre-l'oie Pavilion, covering over four acres ground, ami
measuring 108,000 yard* of canvas, is required to exhibit its thirty-one dens of living
Wild Beasts, breathing iSca Monsters, L'luuiagud Birds, Flesh-eating Reptile s, and t he
DUAL CIRCUS EXHIBITION". MAKING IT A GRAND COM BIN A
TION MORE THAN EQUAL TO TWELVE SHOWS IN ONE!
To transport this Goliah of Shows. 100 or*. ?> pas-on-ror eonches, and 4 engines arc
brought into requisition; and the services of < vcr 2000 men and horses are necessary to
tin success of this unpiecedented enterprise.
A Cratld Triple Menagerie, in 1 Separate Tent*, combine I with tho
COLOSSAL MUSEUM, AVIARY OF TROPICAL BIRDS, and CARAVAN OF ELE
1'HANTS. CAMELS, DROMEDARIES, RLKS, BUFFALOES, etc., etc.
Grand I>oubIc Circus Performance in (lie Iiurge?t Hippodrome
Ten; in the ?Vorhi.
KVERY ACT DOUBLE, in 2 Rings at tho same hour, uu lor ouo GRAND
A DOUBLE GRAND RNTIIE. 2 Studd ol Ring Horses. Dual Corps of Eques
triennes, Mal?! Riders, Acrobats, Gymnasts, Clowns, etc.
Greatest AciiieveaieutM In Arcnic tiioalM ever Witnessed!
EVERY DAY AT it O'CLOCK A. M., AN UNPARALLELED
PAGEANT AND PROCESSION OVER TWO MILES LONG I
With emerald, crimson nnd gold dens, three bra?s nnd reed Bands, grand Steam Piano,
and a full [Martial Band, as in tho Days of '70 ; Twenty Women, and one hundred horse
men and pages, mounted, and followed by tho Cavalcade with their flags, banner* and
parnphernalia, mounted Hods nnd M?desses, in original costumes, with LIVING TIGERS
LIONS, PANTHERS AND JAGUAR * LOOSE IN THE STREETS.
BSSL. Before each exhibition a GRAND BALLOON A8CENS10N will be given
All the Railroads funning into tho Town havo been arranged with to bring people
at greatly reduced fast,
( HARLES SI V A EES, Agent.
His ENTIRE STOCK of NEW GOODS
W. T. MULLER'S OLD STAND.
We are pleased to announce to the citizens of Orangebarg and vicinity thai
we have opened a FIRST CLASS
Where we will always be prepared to supply our customer* with everything (a
our line, such aa
Coffee, Su^nr, Bacon, Flour,
Tea, Candies, Crackess, Candles. Mo
lasses. Grist, Meal, Fruits, Nuts, &o.
which will be sold CHEAP for CASH.
In addition to the Groceries, wo have also on hand, a full and complete tfo i ???
Ales, Wines, Liquors and Segars
To be found in Orangcburg.
Give us a call at Mullcr's Old Stand, ? 'Round the Corner."
FBANTZ BKTGGMANN ?fc CO.
oct IS 1873 a
GEO. H. GORNELSON
Is receiving now, constantly addi
tions to his Stock of DRY GOODS,
Groceries, Hardware, Boots & Shoes,
Hats, Saddles, Harness, Crockery,
Wood and Willow Ware, etc., and
offers the same at prices to suit the
times. BAGGING and TIES always
on hand. I also continue to buy
COTTON, RICE and all COUNTRY
Produce at the HIGHEST Market
PRICE. Please call in and see for
GEO. H. CORNELSON'S.
Has just returned from the North, and having purchased] a LARGE nad
V A KIEL? assortment of
5 co o W tt
E' g g 5 3 g ?
a. 33 ? 5D ?
1 ? | r 8
He invites every ono te INSPECT his
STOCK AND PRICES
before purchasing elsewlure.
RUSSELL STREET, ORANGEBURG, 8. C,
oct 4 1S78 52