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LOO A iL,
SATURDAY, JAN. 10, 1874.
Mr. Ezekiel's aardappears in anothor
column. Read it and you'll know
where to get yuu- seeds.
? If you what a fine horse or mule call
on- Mr. McQueen Snlley at Messrs. Yose
J?IsTar's store. He lias just the horse
or mule you want. Prices moderate.
Mr J Goo Voso, of the firm of Vosc
& Izlur, has just roturned from Char
lefifon with a seloot stock of groceries.
If you-want bargains call on the m at
Messrs Moseley <fe Crook have just
received a full supply of fresh garden
eeed of every variety from the celebrat
ed seed house of David Luudreth & Son.
They also have ?on hand their usual
supply of fresh family groceries. All of
which is offered at the moat reasonable
The firm of Straus & Street never
undertakes anything but what it proves
to be a suec.ss. Wo hoar the buzz of
fthcir saw daily sawiug up oak and pine
??wood in different lengths for our citi
zens, nnd their wagon ever on the go
^delivering the same. Go ahead gentle
?men, we wish you all success.
It is with Jthe deepest. regrU that we
have to record the death of Master
-Willie .Moss, tho eldest son of our es
deemed fellow citiaen, Capt Wm C Moss,
w.bq was ?tnioken down while at, school
in Spartaoburg. Ho was .a promising
woutih, nnd much 'loved by all who knew
.. .him. His remains were brought home
Tri charge of a dehigzrtiwn-of Jfeif; fellow
students on Monday night last, and
? Jjuricd in the family cemetery the next
>day. His relatives and many friends
. rhave.our warmest sympathy.
^>loroncy.!fl<lju? is oho of QniiigcbutgSti
? tiNost .-nolcjworthyiiusuitmvion?. Day and
ini|iht,irain or .shine, that hu- is always
. weudy to carry nuydiotty-uiiy whearc.: ishat
'is, any where inside of Orangeburg?and
kuo:?auo man ever >waut? to get outsidu
?? .ofvOrsngeburg ?unless he is obliged.to.
jSftuil there is .Baxter! Rut whut is
".Paster .withovt *hc 'Bus, and -alas !
vwhat is'(he 'Da* without Baxter.? ..hese
?two, .Raster and -the '.Bus, a>e ?theU>wo
riJuMc^t. and Refit li'-? in Orangi burg.
.And what a hive -of otiher B'a they
Hiring into town ! They bring Beninese
mnd Baggago and BeuU'y (pretty girls
tfrom 'J.ewisville, and Br.niehville, and
(Columbia and 'Othor small towns,1) and
!?BuBtles,] und TlmtkctP, atid Bundles,
.-anil -so on infinitely?uud to Baxter?*
a'nfijitc satisfaction. We are always
*^;lnd to see Barter1? 'Tins at the depot
twhon the trains come in. can
imagine -the .people -who look oat 0''
"window, -saying to themselves, '"Why
wrhat a growincr., prosperous iplace
?Orang?bnrg .must be 1" And appear
ances go far in this tworfld ? may we
anieet Baxter without his 'Bus in the
SAL ED AT?
Our streets were ?orewded <en 3as*t
llonday to their f ullest extent, although
&he day was very disagreeable, as it
-ruined nearly all tho time, and tho mud
.was as "numerous" as the people.
There wore many frames of ^animals
that changed hands, and brought from
55 cts up. Our devil invested the first
named amount in horso bones, but was
lucky enough to get said horse off his
hands at the enormous price of 81, and
seemed highly pleased with the bargain
.as be said he was about to pay said
amount to some to take it off his hands.
^ The day passed off quietly notwithstand
ing there was a good quantity of barley
Tho sheriff made the following sales :
Jno. F. A<Wen vs. Geo. ?. Bolen 1
'Ji1tcrc.1t of G. E. Bolen in .60 acres of
land, sold for $100. Martha B. Boleu
Ann Meyers vs. Joseph Keller, oue
Jot of 88 acres, bought by J. A. Keller
(Guardian, one another of 214 acres for
$325. Remainder in Mrs. Meyer's dower
in 280 acres, $80. Remainder in home
stead bought by Q. A. Meyers 8105.
D. W. and I>. Sellers vs Jus. D. Sel
lers 2 ba les of cotton and 50 bushels of
O, A. G rasier vs. Jas. Wecks. -Q
? of cotton.
M, Rich Ys, Sampson Thorn**, 1 bale
?f wUj? ar'1 inO pounds of fodder".
r.,o. o. f.?
At tho semi annual meeting of Edisto
Lodge No. 33, I. 0. O. F. held on the
2th instant at their spacious now hall in
the Fair Building, tho following officora
wcro installed for the ensuing term by
Deputy Qrand Master A. G. Magrath
Jr., Past Grand J. G. Martin, Past
Grand R. C. Starr, of tho Grand Lodbe
I. O. O. F. of South Cnroliua :
G. M. Girardcau, N. G.
W. P. Barton, V. G.
Henry Kohn 111 & P. S.
J. Lucas, T.
A. P. Norris, C.
C. D. Kortjohn, C.
E. J. Felder, W.
W. S. Baiton, R. S. N. G.
Fiaak Briggmanu, L. S. N. G.
F. DeMara, R. S. V. G J
T. W. Albcrgotti, L. S. V. G.
J. W. Cannon, R. S. S.
E. Ezckicl, L. S. S.
Aug. Fischer, 0. G.
W. E Williams, I. G.
After the installation, D G MAG
Magrath presented an elegant pair of
gavels for tho use of the lodge. P G
J G Martin in the name of the Past
, Grands of Marion Lodge No 2 t 0 O F
of Charleston, presented a superb P G
Regalia. Business of the evening boiug
over, N G G M Girardcau invited
the G L officers to ndjo-irn to Mc
roncy's' Hotel where a sumptuou?
eolation was partaken of by the lodge
and their guests. The affair was enliv
ened by several speeches from the guests
and members in eulogy of tho orderj
Tho evening was spent'iu friendship,
love aud truth.
The li/lluwing cases were disposed of
iu tho January term of Court, which
adjourned yesterday, viz :
State vs Wui Gcisseuheimer, assault
w.irh intent to kill, not guilty.
?Stato vs D .R.Slunuahau, assault with
intent to kill, not guilty.
State vs P P.Johnson, misdemeanor,
guilty,-sentenced >trt,pay a ifiue or $20.
State are llonny Scott, nesa'ult >w.ith
intent to kill, not guilty.
State vs Daniel Scott, grand'larceny.,
guilty, sentenced to 1 your iu ;peoitcu
State vs R B Coleman, with intent .tu
kill, nut guilty..
4$inte vs William Taylor, Henry Lin
coln and ?oiok d'ooher, potit larceny,
guilty, sentenced to 3 months iu jail.
*State"vs Ohas Campbell, rape, guilty,
sentenced to ID years in penitentiary.
State v? James Mitchell, grand lar
?ceny, -guh!ty', sontenocd to 1 year in j>eu-*
Stale vs Isaac Brown, houscbrcaking
und 'larccircy, guilty, sentenced to 6
mouths iu pouiteutiary.
?State vs Pro"St -Hall, tense brealkirag
aud larceny, struck off.
State "vs Gco G Washington, cow
stealing, struck off.
Staies Govan James, burglary and
'larceny, struck off.
States vs James Jones, malicious
trespass, struck: off.
tax payers meeting? "="i*^
The meeting assembled in the Court
house at 12 m, and was organized by
Col. P. S. Fehler moving that Col. A.
D. Fredrick be requested to act as chair
man anil Mr. S. Glover as secretary.
Col. Frederick stated the object of
the mceting,nnd announced that the
chairman was ready to hear any ! usi
encas that might bo brought forth.
Col. Folder addressed the mectiug
at some length, on the subject of taxa
tion, and stated thnt in consequence of
the death of Col. Humph, there was a
vacancy from this county in the Tax
payers convention about to assemble
iu Charleston on tho 15th proximo.
Col. Felder in the course of his re
marks also advisod that no tax be paid
until after tho meeting of the taxpayers
It was then moved by Col. P. S. Fol
der and seconded by Dr. A. D. Good
wyn that this meeting go into an
election to supply tho vacancy caused
by the death ot tho late Col. Humph
Tho motion was carried?and Col. P.
rf. Felder almost unanimously elected
to fill such vacancy.
Short and appropriate addresses were
also made during the meeting, by the
County Treatmrer and Mr, Kuowlton,
on the .subject of the short length of
time given for tho collection of the
taxes, sind expressing their opinions
that upon the reassembling of the
Legislature, on extention of tho time
would be granted.
The following Resolutions were
That, if the Executive committee of
tho Tax Payers Convention call, that
convention togethor and request a lar
ger number of Dolcgates from each
county, that the chairman is hereby
requested to appoint a committee who
will be requested to meet nt the Court
House on the 17th inst, nnd proceed to
appoint the necessary Delegates tos aid
In obedience to said resolution the
chairman appointed the following nam
ed persons to comprise said committee
viz:?"W. M. Hu(son,Thos. Zimmerman,
Dr. O. H. Ott, W. A. Easter]ing, Di.
Jiio. Holman, IV. \V. Culler, John S.
Bowman, L. R. Beckwith.
The Rural Carolinian for January,
1874, is on our table, teeming with
valuable nnd highly instructive matter
for the agriculturist, nnd the fireside
The leading article, "A. Western Far
mer's talk lo the Farmers of tne South,"
is entitled to careful and general perusal
by all classes of readers, nnd more
especially by southern farmers, to whom
it offers good practical advice. We are
pleased to note that the publishers have
added "a page devoted to market rep irts,
embracing the wholesale piiccs of leading
articles at Charleston and Western
cattle markets. This feature alone will
add largely to its value.
We again commend the Rural to our
readers, as one of the best Agricultural
publications of the South, nud one that
should receive their hearty support.
Terms, S2 per annum. Publishers.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell and Wm. \i.
Daggett, Charleston, S. C. Address
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, Stationers
and Printers, No. 3 Broad c'treet, Char
leston, who will furnish all information
as regards terms to Canvassing Agents
for the "Amt?//' and its beautiful
Caul ion.? Purchasers of the Pern
viuo Syrup (a protected solution of the
protoxide of Iron) arc cautioned against
being deceived 'bw-any-of the prepara
tions of Peruvian i5.u k, >m .Ur.vk and
1 ron, which may the'offered them. Every
bottle of genuine IImsFkruvian Stfitwr
(not Peruviivn Barl)'blown in the glass.
Kxaminb criiis Buttle at?roae Pur
?Columbia, S. C, Dec 20th, 1870.
To the Editor OrangeLnrg N~twg?
Sia?I have the honor to inform yeu that
ut a mcetiug'of the Beard of Officers, cre
ated by an Act-emith?d wAn Act to Regulate
the Publication of nil Lcgr." and Tufelic
Notices," the following resole!ion was adop
Hr.'olcrd, Tbnt the " O R?NGTilTURG
N K W S" is hereby designated an the OFFI
CIAL PAPKR for tiie Publication of all
Legal Kotier? nnd Official Advertisement* of
tho County Otfieers in IhoOewnty of Orange
Hespert fnlry., fcr,.
9. L. CARDOZO,
Sec. of Stoto
and Chairman llourd.
Per "VV. It. JONES.
5 ^. s-luj1:
OrrtoK or tiik OsAWORonan Nbws,
January, Oth 1874.
COTTON?Sales during tho week 217
bales. We quote:
Ordinary, to Good Ordinary,.., ft l-(?)
Middling. .1 l(jyl8
Roimu Rick.?,$1.20 per oushol
CORN.?.$ 8 "> per hushuL
Cow Tkas. 75 per hnshol.
1'jNUXBS. 1.10 per bushel.
cd . CO
<D - CQ
JUST OPENED next door to Cornclson's
with a stock of
Boots and Shoes,
Solocted from the Manufacturers oxpressly
to suit HARD TIM HS, both as regards
QUALITIES and PRICES.
To bo satisfied that suoh is the caso, the
citizens of Orangeburg and vicinity aro re
spectfully invited to call and examine my
Slock, as I hopo to be able to ahow, not only
that there is something "Now under the
Sun," but nlso something to benefit the un
derstanding. Cull and u >a.
T. B. ROYD.
nov 8 12ru
Bricks I . Brick s
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Informs the puhlio that he is now pre
pared to furnish BRI0K8 in any quantity.
All orders will meot pi ompt attention.
J. C EDWARDS,
juns 6 1873 tf
A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
In wishing tho poblio a HAPPY NEW YEAR, we thank them for tin
LIBERAL PATRONAGE bestowed ou us, aud hope to merit a continuance o
the same, assuring them that wo are determined to keep, as in the past a
FIRST CLASS STORE.
With tho ushering out of the Old Year, we have closed out our STOCK, and
with our New Year's Grtetiug, greet our patrous with an entirely New and ai
well Solectcd a Stock of
GTOCERIES, LIQUORS, &c.
As can ho found anywhere.
Give us a call at W. T. Mullor's Old Stand, and examine our Stock and
Price, all of which will defy competition. *
feantz j3trigoa!atstn <fc CO.
N. B.?HIGHEST CASH PRICES given fur all Country Produco.
Nice Lot of NEW STYLES FANCY
PRINTS and other GOODS
Just Received at
)J. S. ALBERGOTTI,
C UN ER RUSS KLL-ST K KT AND RAIL ROAD AVENUE,
nas in STOHF. and. ARRIVING DAILY a Fine Stock of Goods suitable
for thr times, consisting ?.-.'?"
500 lbs. choice: assorted
RAISOXS, ALMONDS, .NUTS, F1G.S, CITROX, CURRENTS TITLES, OttAN3ES,
LEMONS, BANANAS, DATES, &c
A.lao GROCERIES, LOW DOWN, and among other things a choice lot sf
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
We arc Selling for Christmas Presents
1000 DRESS PATERNS
Of PLAIN aud FANCY GOODS from $1.25 per dress upwards.
BLACK SILKS, BLACK SILKS.
Tho GREATEST BARGAINS in shawls e?r offorod in
this Town. Every Shawl iu our Stoik will bo sold at a pnco no; exooeding Gi) o
to the dollar of tho market, value prior to tho financial crises.
If you want tho VERY BEST
Clothing, Hats. Boots and'Shoes
at MODERATE PRICES, call nnd see, and judge for yourself, if wo do not
keep tho best at thc LOWEST PRICES, of any in Orangebarg.
It will pay those wishing to purchase, to make a Special Visit of Examina
tion through our LARGE nnd EXTENSIVE STOCK before purchasiug,as we
have a great many Choice Goods on Exhibition at very Low Prices.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
WHAT THE PEOPLE SAT!
TOSE & IZLAR
KEEPS THE BEST STOCK OP
HEAVY A2TD FANCY
To be Pound in Orangeburg,
J?-GOODS PR LIVE RED.
OH YES! OH YES!! OH YES!!!
OH WHAT! WHY
J. W. PATRICK & CO.
Are offering their LABGE and ATTRACTIVE Stock of
Ladies BOOTS and SHOES, Verj
Kid GJorca SARATOGAS Cheap)
FANCY GOODS, &c, &c,
PAITIC FEICES -
Steam is Up
THE WHISTLE BLOWS !
n.^, ..I-, ii oj?(Y j u
STRAUS Jk ^8912 THE MEN TO RUN IT.
"WOOD SAWED A3?V LENGTH and DELIVERED at $3 20 per COR?, and
FT LEKGTil, $2 50 j>er Cord delivered.
Always-on hand CLEAN RICE and FEESH GROUND GRIST sad XBAf,.
IV-e trtiU jjajr the
HIGHEST MAKKET JUICES
CASH, for ROUGH RICE, CORN ?nd PEAS.
tn -GtVKAT VARIETIES and REDUCE*) PRICES At
? ?? ? ?iiT^irnniiirM-i .j ? r r . w B?BBfl! g
BOYS AND GlllLS
Will open at the now FAIR BUILDINft on
THURSDAY the ftrst day of .January next.
TERMS PKR MONTH.
Unglish ----- $3.00
English with ehmies $-1.00
JAMES 8, HEYWARD,
dee 27 1873 If
Drs. D. W. Barton &Thos.
Having united themselves lb the praotieo
of MEDICINE under the name of
BARTON & LEGARE.
Offers their profeasien&l services to the
Town of Ontngeburg and surrounding
Ofnco hours from 8 to 9) A. M. and 7 to
'0 J nt night.
Office Market Street two doors helow J.
H. Hamilton's Store. .
dee 27 1878 \*
At Private Sale.
THE PLANTATION forming ft part %t
the EBtate of the late CoL Keltt, and
known aa the DAUBY PLACE. The trat*
consists of abont 600 acres, one half Wei)
Timbered, the remainder Bloh-, Bad, Loam
Soil, adapted to Crops of all kinds. Thesa
are the Finest Lands in the District, and
were valued at $20 per aetre la 1866. WmM
be sold for one-half tha< ^rlce now. One
fourth cosh, tho romair er irt three inetal
ments bearing interest from data end
cured by mortgage of tho same.
This is a splendid chance for anarym? lie
si ring to secure Rich Lattds, fina Water Fa??
cr, excellent Cattle Rang* and a RefifeeA
Neighborhood. Apply t?i?
- Mrs. L. M. KEITT,
Or JO KEITT,mmt
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS "ON 3AX?
all of the various Sixes of the ahara OiMs.
which can be furnished immediately e^ g!^
Also m^utactures WOOD COJFD&f *?
usual, aad at the shortest noUot> ' ?
APPlj V> ' t. WCWS,