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SATURDAY, NOV. 29, 1873.
Divine Service to-morrow in the Epis
eopal Meeting Uouse. No Bishop,
though, we nre sorry to sny.
ing the "List of the Loyal" the
Wonder arises uHow the denoe was the
old State ever got out of the Union,
Dr, A. C. Dukes has just received a
assortment of pocket cutlery end
i, all of standard make. Also a fine
atoek of drugs, medicines &a,
J. W. Patriok & Co, have a lot of la
dies fine trunks, shoes, gaiters,&c, which
they offer very low for cash. Now is the
time to get bargains.
Then ia bat one handsome lawyer at
the Orangebvrg bar. And we hasten to
add thfi be does not edit a newspaper.
, Neither done be-Bat we won't
say any more.
A meeting of the depositors of the
eJiengnbafg branch of the Citiiena
Savins; Bank is called for to day at 12
M at the Elliott Hook & Ladder HaB.
It is important that all interested should
No wonder that South Carolina casts
sseb a heavy Republican vote now-a
day*, w^enr sncfi a tremendous "loyal
element'-' existed within her borders
: ?van aVating Ute hottest days of the late
Lawyer X. of our bar has a dry way
of hie own. Those who know him will
> "'S ymaaautj iu?w no muz, a icw anya
?K? MTthU?j *Te b\it two classrs of poop le
have not ^ot beeu emancipated?
>ho lawyers *od the M^docs."
Theft 'Were some rough customer*
^??^efc ^sophrycea of the 0 reut
Eastern Cirous. It bives us plea sure
the Ttwsfurcr, wan a marked excepline
to the rule. Ife is one ?1 the m ?1
eenrtoeus , nVeatant and aft.ble ?emie
men wethave had to deal with for a Ion14
tame. ,?urea?*s to him in all bis travels.
Oof friend Frank at Mailer's id
Staad tailed us into Iii-t st >re tb > ot'j sr
day and presented t > our view one of
the finest asitort to eats ef groceries we
base) aeeo in k> ae time, incln ia.
?^sjngna sausage, dried tongue, b :ef and
---well it* no use, we saw so much
fJanUehar* weyeaanot think of all that
esme to our vit:w, but simply say, guand
0*0 for yourae'f.
Oln Friday-?fteruoou at 5 o'clock the
subject of this .notice was released l>y
death from Ida suffering. Dr. O'Cain
was a citizen whose merits were hid
from public view, and only to the
intimate friend, or the long acqtiain
tanec were they discovered. Courteous
and affable, honest and kind, he won a
large circle of true friends. In the
word of a neighbor "His was the pure
gold, the dross of pretense was sifted
out" "Peace to his ashes."
Mr. J. Belton 6. Betterson is one of
the most persevering and enterprising of
oar younger citizens. He has just
shewn conclusively that he knows how
so bnild a good building, and how to
it, too,?even though tin cups and
like domestic jewelry are the only
fjpjfdena bestowed upon him in ihn
4Ml%htls games with ring snd lane.:
Nevertheless we must say that the rear
oad of fm siew store is an unhandy, out
of-the-way, lop-sided plsce for the Post
raMav Jacob Carroll, a well known and
nonnlar merchant, lie! of pneumonia,
as his residence near Fort Motte, 00 the
17th instand, iq the fqrty-Qrat year of
his age. Mr. Carrel! bad been a resi
de** of this County for more than
twenty years, during the last eight ef
wbjch he bad been engaged in merchan
dising at Fort Motte, ftjs genia) man
nets, bis olose attentiqn to busiuesj, and
other amiable and atoeliq a qmlitis.,
had made for hjui many warm friends
fill learn oi liin destb with un
Spd sincere regret, lie loft a
"willow and vwft sups to whom we etieud
oar sines rest sympathy,
? Uf ?pe?,. s?w.um., ?
Do a,ot ma in d?ht to tbe shoemaker^
It h) uuplesa.an> to ha. w*M\l to say your
sole is your own,
Grahams November 26, 1873.
Editor Newt :
As I was going over to Grahams thia
morning I came in contact with the
accompanying victim perched in the
top of a tree. I dismounted and loeated
myself about twenty feet from the root
oi the tree and held him in dreadful
durance, until a colored man oould go
about two miles back sod bring me a
gun. Upon his return 2 killad him (the
Cat,) and send him to "Riley" ae "A
Gift" with a few rythmioal lines on a
piece of paste-board. ?*.
W. A. EASTKRLIN.
"A GIFT FOR "RILEY."
W. A. EA8TRRLIN.
I'll give thee not a charming hat,
Nor necktie more in fashion,
I'll give thee something nioe to eat,
More ferocious than civil:
I'll give tbce ah! my old vertebrate,
I'll giro, I'll give tbce to the "Dkvil."
[ron tiik uBANnsnunu kiwi.]
The Factor*? Lies.
A factor to a farmer said
Come trust me for jour dailj bread,
I'll crown your table with a feast
At which a king might sit as guest.
Your daughters and your sons shall wear
The finest silk or cassimere,
With colors of the richest dye
That with the tyrian purple vie.
All things shall come and go at ease,
With naught to mar, nor to d;?p?case.
A plenteous feast shall ever reign
As when the fatted ealf was slnin.
Nor shall you sigh for aid in rain
If you will give a Factor'? Litn.
The farmer listened to each word
And pondered wtll what he had heard,
Felt thankful for the proffered r.id,
And thus unto himself be said :
"I like the counsel of friend B.
Iiis ofTcr suits me to a T.
!!;; fertiiii?i n "'nu ll are cucnp
Will make mo in ahundance reap.
Tu bit? fr re sec js io his store,
My cup I dare-say will run o'er,
I'll borrow money of him too.
And pay it wheu the lien comes due."
His fanoy saw no cloud in sight.
The mau forsook bis reason quite.
No article was deemed too high
That on a credit he could buy,
-*" price bis thirst for trade could dash
Unless iUe (actor whispered ''cash,"
At h ng<h Hie lien was u<?r run,
The lacior then . "?n,J]?n1t hecun;
The smile that once his features graced
Dy stern dtaaennor was replaced:
A coldtics-, now between ihcm grew
Wbcse feie&dsbip oast iOwraed warm and true.
And vrheti (be duy m* reckoniug^caine
That eumily remained the siime
The farmer cnine with deep regret.
His cotton tailed to pay his debt.
An execution seizwd ai* grain.
And still (he factor held the lien:
Next went his silver and his gold.
Hi- house* and bis land were ?ol l.
And be who nee h*d means :<? Bp.tr?
Nou' l-inguislicd on a b gg.-ra fare.
And here the bitter fruit is seen
Of living by a Factor'? Lint.
The iartner never had been told
?That all that glitters is not got I"
Nor thought the prospect once so fair
Would prove, alaa! a hidden snare.
My inconsiderate friends, come view
The picture I have tainted true.
Mark well the silly farmer a plan.
His weakness and bis folly scan.
Learn wisdom from the fall he fell
And let the factors go to h-II.
?A. r. W.
Save your Doctor's Bill.?When
Dr. Wistars Dalsam of Wild Cherry
will CORK coughs, colds, bleeding at the
lungs, and arrest the fell destroyer, Con
sumption, it does more than most
physicians can do. The use of a single
bottle, costing one dollar, will satisfy
the incredulous that they need look no
further for the required aid.
Colombia, 8. C, Dee. 20th, 1870.
7b the Editor Ormngeburg Newt :
Sin?I have the honor to inform you that
at a meeting of the Board of Officers, cre
ated by an Act entitled "An Act to Regulate
the Publication of all Legal and Publio
Notices," the following resolution was adop
Resolved, That the " 0 R A N G E B ? 7* Q
N E W 8" is hereby designated as ?'.,e OFFI
CIAL PAPER for the Publication of all
Legal Notices and Officio', Advertisements of
the County Ofiicers in the County of Orange
f. L. CARDOZO,
See. of State
and Chairman Board.
Per W. R. JONES.
Orrios or raa Obanokbubo News,
NoAomher. 28th 1878
COTTON?-Sales-during the week 435
bales. We quote:
Ordinary, to Good Ordinary,... 12(4
UoiruH Rica.m$1.(K> per oushel
Cohn,,.$ 85 per bushel.
t;ow 1'sas.,.,. 75 per buaael.
? txusas. 1.10 per bushel.
- ' Sil.laaaaasaanw
DU. C. R. TAB ICR.
(8T, MATTHEWS P. O.,)
tuaeft 1S78 u
OE YES! OH YES!! OH YES!!!
OH WHAT! WHY
J. W. PATRICK & CO.
Are offering their LARGE and ATTRACTIVE Stock of
Ladies BOOTS and SHOES, Yerj
Kid Glores SARATOGAS Cheap!
FANCY GOODS, &c, &c.
PANIC PRICES "
All persons INDEBTED to mc by Liens, Store Account or Note,"
Bjs?*" will please come forward AT ONCE and settle uP."?Jg
His ENTIRE STOCK of NEW GOODS
GOODS AT PANIC PRICES
C. D. KOATJOHK'3
Any person needing or wanting Kspplj t!iass3a!~?* ?U&ttr? ftECSo??Kii?S Uf
'LIFE, would do w?oi >o cuii on the undersigned before purchasing olsewbere.
THE GROCKEY DEPAHTMENT
Is COMPLETE, aud the SCARCITY of MONEY La? induced me 10 Mll LOW DOWN for
LIQ XJ O R S
TWENTY to TWENTY-FIVE per CENT eon bo SAVED by buying from me. which tbe
l'auic has b? ought donn so LOW thai a Good Article can oc bud fjr RECTIFIED prices.
SEGALS A]NrD TOBACCOS
?Y of MONEY. I have a LARGE QU
.OW DOWN for CASH.
C. D. KORTJOHN.
^_nfl..ence.'bvtbe PC?FCITYof M??NEY. 1 have a LA KG E QUANTITY on
HA I), and will d spose of them LOW DOWN for CASH.
Call and convince yourselves.
ENTERPRISE GROCERY STORE !
AUGUSTUS FISCHER, Agt.
nn the corner opposite
BULL, SCOVILL A PIKE
FIRST CLASS GROCERY STORE
.?.,.. Whe'-? he "HI t?P EVERYTHING in the above line.
always on hnnd
THE ENTERPRISE SALOON
<e:Xk5"onM^y ou'b'^ ^^Vvlu^ ^ ?* P/T?*A? *
?RICES to suit thePTe%on? te??u articles, and selling I hem a.
Hss just returned fron? the North, end having purchased a L VRGE nsl
VARIED assortment of
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* 00 >
3 ? ? Q &
g o a o
? o > 2 o
r ? w 5 oo er ? o
I S a 2 , * S 2
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2. <! 2 W 55
He invites every ouo In INSPECT his
. STOCK AND PRICES
before purchasing elsewhere. ^
RUSSELL STREET, ORANGEBURG, S. (\
oct 4 1873 52
W. T. M?LLER S OLD STAND.
We are pleased to announce to the oitisena of Orangeburg and vicinity that
we hare opened a FIRST CLASH
Where we will always be prepared to supply our customera with ?Torything in
our line, such as
Coffee, Sucar, Bacon, Floor.
Tea, Candies, Crackess. Candles, Mo.
lasses, Crist, Meal, Fruits, Nuts, Ac.
which will be sold CHEAP for CASH.
Id addition to the Groceries, we hare also on hand, a full and ooaaplete rlo S of j
Ales, Wines, Liquors and Segars
To be found in Orangeburg.
Give us a call at M oiler's Old Stand, 11 'Round the Corner."
FH^lISTTZ B?iaGjSlAlSrN <fc CO.
oct 18 1873 o
TKohn & Bro
Great Offering of Bargains
Aud EXCEELENT OPPORTUNITIES for purchasing FALL and WINTE-t GOODS at
ESPECIALLY LOW PRICES.
Our entiro Stock of Dil ESS <i.)L)I>S will be o Tere I nt LF.<S THAN
Dom cstic and Housekeeping Goods
Will be found at least 25 PER CENT loner than farmer l'rioc*.
ROOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS
Will 1?? sold WITHOUT RESERVE to
SUIT THE TIMES
GENTS AND YOUTHS CLOTHING
In great Variety at about
One-half Former Prices!
Our Customer* ?re earnestly rcqnoste 1 to INSPECT oar GOODS wheilter with a
view of pnrclin-iiig or otherwise, tu notice the sweeping RUDLCTIQN. of PulCRS an U
? nt nil goods.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
BETWEEN DR. OLIYRROS* AND MRS. OLDESDORFFS.
GEO. H. CORNELSON
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, BICE and all COUNTRY
Produce at the HIGHEST Market
PRICE. Please call in and see for
. GEO. H. CORNELSON'S.
E. J. OIIVEROS,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISH, NON%EXPti6siVB
LAMPS, GARDEN SEEDS, Ac, Ac,
r? ??? ai^iwA '.'
PRESCRITIONS prepared with ACCUR1
ACV and FIDELITY, foj whioU purposu a
full and complete assortment of PURS
CHEMICALS and GENUINE DRUGS will be
oonstantiy on hand. | A
Long experience?* *u0?ea*f?l 'business
career of more than eight years in Orange
burg. a good knowledge of the DRUG
MARKET at home and abroad, will-attfoii a
sufficient guarantee that' ail goods sold or
dispensed at my establishment will be
GENUINE and RELIABLE.
Appreciating the success wkloh in the
past has attended my efforts, I have de
termined to ap*re no pains louttrlt* oob
tinnnco of the patronage so liberally bcatow
*d. ' ->dT
E. J. OLEVEROS M. D.
No 100 R?ssel Sii-?el Orangeburg.
MONEY CANNOT BUY It!
For Slfrtit Is PrtecleaalX
BUT THE DIAMOND SPECTACLES WILL
? PRESERVE IT.
If you value your Fyctight uso these Pcr
f?ct Lenses, Ground from Minute Crystal
Pebbles, Melted together, and derive their
nace "Diamond" on account of their Hard
ness and Brilliancy. They will lust many
ye*rs witiorrt change, and nre wifrrfrnted
superior to ail others in use.
Manufactured by the Spencer Optica.
Manufacturing Co., New York.
CAUTION.?None Genuiog iuiIvss stnmp
with our trade mark.
For Sale by Responsible Agents through
out the Union.
... ... t/lii ? nnvo.
jan 20?ly Orangeburg, 8**C
Fever and Ague, -
from which mankind suffer over a large part of
the globe, is the consequence of a diseased action
la the system, induced by the poisonous rolaam ?**
vegetable decay. This exhalation is evolved W
the action of soW he-vt on wet soil, and xisss wh?
the watery vapor from it. While the ran Is below
the horjon this vapor lingers near the earth's sur
face, and the virus is taken with it through that
lunrjs into the blood. There it acts as an imUUing
poison on the internal viscera and excreting organ*
of the body. The liver becomes torpid and faxls t*>
secrete not only this virus, but also the bile fron?
the blood. Both the virus and the bile accuranUOr
In the circulation, and produce violent Sewitlta
?cnal disorder. The spleen, the kidneys, aad tho
stomach sympathize with the lira, aad bee****)
disordered also. Finally, tho instinct of our or
ganism, as if in an attempt to expel the noxiowa
fawsioa, concentrates the whole blood of the body*
in the internal oxeretories to force them to cast it ,
oat. The blood leaves the surface, and rushes tat
the central organs with congestive violence. Thk*
IstheCsnzx. But in this effort it (ails. Then. tihf)
Fava* follows, in which the blood leaves the oen
tral organ* and rushes to the sorfaoe, as if ka
another effort to expel the irritating poison through,
that other great excretory?the skin. In take
also ii fails, and the system abandons tho ait?n??
exhausted, and waits for tho recovery of strengt?,
to repeat the hopeless effort another day. The**)
are the fits or paroxysms of Fever am? ?Ahmt*.
Such constitutional disordir will of course under*
?sine the health if it is not removed.
Wo have labored to find, aad have MukJ **J
AyBrt Ague Chore, .?
which neutralises this malarious poison fa Uk?
blood, and stimulate* the liver to expel MNh t*V!>
body. A* it should, so it does core tiii* afflicting
disorder with perfect certainty. And it does more,
or rather does what is of more service to Utas* sab?
feet to this Infection. If taken in season it expeke
t from the system a* it is absorbed, and thus harp*
those who use it free from its attacks; keeps Ok*
??stem In health althongk the Asisa***
Consequently it not only cures, bat protect* free*,
the great variety or affections which arc liiMfcll
by this maUgnant influence, sack as RensUteat,
Fever. Chill Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague,
Periodical Headache, or Bilious Headache, Bihens
Fevers, Neuralgia, Rl^.imati^m,' Goat,' Banda***V ,
Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, PslpMa
tiont. Painful Affections of the Spleen, Hysterie*,
Colic, Paralysis, and Painful Affections of flea
Stomach ana Bowel*, all of which, when- arising;
from this cause, will bo found to assume more or
leas the intermittent type." This " Aar* Corb"
removes tho cause of those dcxaagemvnU, and curat
This it accomplishes by stimulating the excre
tories to expel the virus from the system; and
these organs by degrees become habited to do that
their office of their own accord. Hone* assse*'what
we term aeclimaiaiion. Time may accomplish the>
same cad. but often lifo is not knvg enough, or kt
sacrificed in the attempt, while this " Aove Cwaa"
does R at once, and with safety. ~\Vo have great
reason to believ e this Is a surer e* waft as safer
remedy for the whole class of diseases which or*
caused by the miasmatic infection, than arty other -
whlehhas been discovered; and it has stillanother
important advantage to the public, which is, that
it if cheap a* well as good. J A
t-rbpabd) bt i ? f
r>r. j. c. ayer ? qo.
Pbicb Oh* Dollar fee Bottlb.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
ha* won for itself such a renown far the eure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, -that
R Is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it ha* beert eta
ployed. Aa it has long been in constant uaa
throughout this section, we need not do more ths*s
assure the people its quality is kept up to the beat
R ever ha* been, and that it may be relied en **
do far their relief all it has ever Seen found, to-dov
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
ft! All THE PURPOSES OF A PURGATIVE MEOiCMC
Fob CosTiVRwass; '
Foa iH> Ci'itB of liTirmu; I
Fob J u ndicb;
Fob thr Curb or lRt>MB*rtcm; !
Fob thb Curb or DtSKWrxsTj ->i
Fob a Foul Stomach ;
Fob thb Cvrf. or Ertsifblas;
Fob tub Pilbs;
Fob thb Curb or ScRorm j
Fob all Scrotvlofk CoWLItXra;
Fob thb Cuub or Hhbvmaxish;
Fob DtsvABB* or thb 8x? i
Fob thb Ccb* or Livbb OewrbAOrr;
Forn thb Curb or Trttbb, Tthub* stbltW
Fob thb Ccb* or Goer j ; ? -y \ C
Fob a Dinner Pill;
Fob tu Cr hb or NafeHAxeu j
Fob Pcamciwo thb Bj^oAj ^ p
They are sugar-coated, so that the most itHjl
tree eon take them pleooantly, and bOng pufaTy
vegetable, no harm can arise from their us* la Mf
trteeMeasts par mm\lU%\mmmmm*?-?*.*
Ore**numbers of Clergymen,
at**, and eminent
aseac* to certify thei .
tomodle*, bat our space: here will not p*sarffcfb*t
taeertioa of them. The Agents below named far
alih fBwHs aar AmmjuoaxMmuxaoU Will i*9f ?
*r* given; wtth ab? roll immt^^ot A^mhvm
iiasililaa. and the weotment mat sfcouM be fol
lewp* so. utctr cure. ? ni. Bal*HB*3B*BB^r]
Be Hot be put on* by nnprincipled dealera vdt*>;
ether preperabon* ?her make mere pyoAt o*.
TTeaais^ Atbb's, and take no other*. The tfok
***** the beet ?M therol* for them, and tl^ikesd<
Iwvek. z *
.. AU ?or Remedies ar? for sals by
* * J^^ki