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1\, O Q .A. Hi
weaihcr is extremely told ot
present, conscqucutly the wood inotch
uuts, aro driving a good trade.*
JPgfl lillljw.'^. LU
10 lor the payment of taxes,
i? penalty, has been extended
The Enterprise grocery storo and
Saloon is well stocked with goods u'id
all in tvant of articles in the wcy,*-:
groceries and Liquors will do well to
X5ull at the above store.
f.* ? i *-11"? i
The Treasurer's ofliee is crowded daily,
?and many of the tax payers aro obliged
*to go awoy, but: o'uue agaiu with the
?determination to pay up, although the
tax is^aid to b.: ' rutiier hi -h."
* While the He v. Mr. G nig n aid was
delivering the funeral services ovor the
fim ini i
?ro of theJiiurdero J "?au, Mr 11 orsoy,
i hg? ?'??*; " .? '
le-protnises of the minister were set on
firo and utturly destroyed.
?V .'i'-? ?.?'._
' 'SerrieesVill be held in the Baptist
Church, during the prt sent ynar, on the
first Sunday evening ami the second
?ud fourth Sunday mornings and even
MjgSv-byrthe Rev A. 1\ Nortis.
S^pPhc card of Mr. Jas. A. Williams
will'be'found in this issue. Mr. W. is a
'.?class coach'and house painter, hav
ing 4/?ll?wed the business lot* twenty
four years. He is t >o well known in
thin Coun'y for us to say iuoim
? ?i ? * ? ^BKUM
Our good irieud Mr. IV. M Cop s h.is
Joined hi mod I unto that excellent firm
of which our Mayor is senior member,
vaoJ the *tyle o!*the hou e is now Muse
Itey'Orotft it C?
'Tbrc?-jolly merchant:*, a'.l in a row.
If you want to buy groceries, to l?oiu ?i>, oo '.
8? S'. Solomons Esq., Superimoudca t
??!*?lhc South Carolin-! Kail K ad I o..
?^iVplehse accept - ur thank* I "or a pass
^ovor-his road for the current year.
^B.'Our opinion uuehauged asjt-i
'the depot >icconiuioil?tio!is.
"*Our re:< tiers will niitioe in this is-uc
'the "house adveitisitneut" of M issrs
'Vosc Jt Ixlur. Alth ugh ifcey have b it
?Cew words -to say. they mean a great deal
So the way of furnishing first el ess gr .ee
tries to buyers. Their prices are su-sh
:lhat oo one will go away from them
^ithotft, buying and being well pleased
On Friday night tl eDlh insta it, Mr.
Richard Wearn, the well known photo
,graphibt of Columbia, committed sui
cide bj^htioting himself in the head
*ri& ft ^j?stdl. 'The . deceased was well
knownc in Columbia, whero "he "has
(resided for fifteen jears, having been at
xme time an alderman. He leaves a
wife and three children. The jury of
inquest found that '-he came to Phis
death from a pistol wound in the head,
inflicted by himself, while laboring un
der a fit of insanity."
Jeffrey Horsey was shot on the 9th
dostaot, at Mr. W. It. Kcllar's place, in
?this county by, the friends the dc
?coaecd flay, Kuswc 1 Wils n. The par
tica, it is fluid had tome difficulty about
-?a place whtoh Hersey bougnt for 8.").000.
die returned home about dark an 1 was
fitting down in his house with a woman
?and two children, when he was shot
through a crack in the window. The
wround was a horrible otic, shooting the
bridle'under jaw away, and throwing the
tiong-uo on the floor. The wo neu and
children were wounded. Mr. Hersey
died almost instantly. The verdict o
?bo coroner's jury was, that ho was shot
jby Russell Wijson, who is now in jail.
.? - ? ???
A Startling Tpu.tU.1?Thousand*,
?die annually from ocglcetud eou 'hs and
.coJcIh, which soon ripen into oonsump
.tion, .or .equally fatal discuses of the
Jungs; when by the time]/ uso of a
jingle bottle of Dr. W?tar'a Balsam of
Wild Cherry their lives might h.ive been
^preserved to a green old age.
A crosseyed man ?ort a gloom over a
jDettpoijt. f.trcot ear, last Wednesday by
;addv,o>sjng one of the seven men ami
gangers op the opposite seat, "if lie had
afly ^hewing tpbacco handy." Ifirst the
?e^jtfifi^ strangers looked at each other ;
I tbefl'Beyon hands went pocketward,
anil, upon observing (bis motion, each
of the. seven supposed his neighbor tl e
ono epokoir to, and the seven bauds re
turned empty. Tho ciobs eyed man
cast a ricci>h\<t glance of- indignation
uloug tho line, and with the remark, "a
aweot centcd lut of g'uicruus roosters,"
took a chow of his own tobacco.
? Iis'Formation WAntlu.?-About tbir
ty year* "go, at the death of \Y il.liatu
Bi igham, in Stowaad tCo , Tonn., a col
ored woman was -<old to Jesse Edward-*,
son in law of Win. m'lgnafh, and taken
to what was then kimwn as Kentucky
Purchase, uhout thirty mi los from Paris,
Ky. 'I he colored woiun'i was known as
Hannah Brigham, although she had a
husband by tho name ol Henry Frnzicr
Slie had at the time of separation of
herself and husband, lour children,
Georg?1, Adolph us, Ituidolph and lien
rjetta. nil sbldjat same sale. GRtorgo was
sold to Alfred iSrigiuim. Adolph to Hilly
.Moore, of Crumb river, Terin., near
Yellow creek; Randolph to Henry <!a
ren of Charlotte, Tcnn., Henrietta, the
youngest, was sold with the mother.
Any of our newspaper brcthoil that
will insert this will confer a favor upon
George Brigbam, Greenville, 111., who
wisbcn to And his long lost mother.
C?'n?MiUA, S. 0., "Dee. 20th, IH70.
To the Editor Qrttnychurg Newt:
Sin?I have the honor to inform you that
at a meeting of the Board of Otlieers, cre
ated l>y an Aet entitled "A:i Art to Regulate
the Publication ol' nil Legal and Public
Notices," the following resolution was adop
Resolved, That tho "0 It A N G V. It U II G
N K W S" is hereby designated as tU>- OFFI
CIAL PAPER for tin- Publica!ion of all
Legal Notices niid Official Advcrmeincnil?? "I
the County UJUoorti in tliu County of Oruiige
F. L. CAlttKVAO,
Seo. of Siate
nud ('liiiii-iniin Hoard.
Per W. R. JON KS.
IM A ii It ET BC EPOHTS.
Offick or Tin: OnANOF.tutun Nkws,
Jaiiuiiry, 1 Oth 1*7 \.
COTTON?Sales Swing the week J17
bales. We quote :
Ordinary, to Good o-.-diu tv.... <'n\ 12
L..w Middling.!.1 ;.}. i.
Boron Rn k.Sl.-'i per o ishel
( on s.$ Sil jie'r bushels
Cow Pi'.as. 7? per luishel.
PiM>p.ns. 1.10 |jer b is hoi.
?*m>5> a a 515?? asxs ?<> i>e bad
by i?uys:ig yi?sir <.!:ir<I?!B iSeetJs
ami C2/iitm .SoIh Vrosu
13. jEZEH IIIKS,,
xvbo gc.ta all his ?<kwt?n from tbe
Celebrated Ifis'iii ?>r 1>. XjU?
?1 ret Ii & Son,
IV. 25.?i7acruSi<'rs of Granges
win be Mi:^j[>lit't5 ut &rarixe
Jan 10 'It
Notice of Dismissal.
VrbTlCE IS IIKUKP.Y GIVKN TMAT ONK
JiN month from ilale I will l'iit my Final
Account with tho lion. Aug. 15. Kiiowlton,
Judge of Probate for Orangchurg County,
and ask for Letters of Dismissal a* Guar
uinn of tho Kslale of Viola V. Kiley.
ON AN I). RILEY,
January 11th, 1873.?4t .
To all Whom it May Concern
All PERSONS INDEBTED to me in any
manner, will make prompt payment by the
1st. March nexi. After that time all claims
will bit placed in the bands of a Lawyer for
jan 3?td T. C. ANDREWS.
Such of our CLIENTS ns arc interested in
CLAIMS ogsimd the C1TIZKNS SAVINGS
BANK, now in Bankruptcy, are requested
to come personally with their CLAIMS to
our CStliqc on Monday, 12th inst , on which
day we will have arrangements made for
the proof of their Claims in propor form.
IZLAR & 1)1 It U I.E.
Orangoburg, S. C. Jnn'y '2, 1871.
SOUTH <:A5U>I",r3\T 1 .
All persons having claims against the
Estate of the Into Ami Merry, ni o required
to present them, and ttll persons indebted
to said Estate are required to m?ko pay
JOHN P. BERRY,
dec 13 lS7:j lui
[7STATE of Job? M. k*ri<k.?
2j All persons having demands against the
Estate of JOHN M llOt'K, deceased, are
requested to present their respective Claims,
properly on "sled, to the undersigned, or
iney will bo debarred payment.
Notice is hereby given to nit concerned,
that on the 30th day of December, A. 1).
1H73, tiie undersigned will file licit Final
Accounts as Executors of the Will of the
said .lehn M. Irick, and will apply to tho
Probute .Judge of Orangoburg County, for
their final discharge.
W. B. MACK,
JOHN A. M IIA IG LRR,
Orangeburg Co., S. 0'., Nov. '21, 1873.
nov 2l> It
If you have More 8,ami (hum
you enn PAY TAXES on, Register it for
sale at the LAND OFFICE of
AUG. B. KNOWLTON.
A FINE BUGGY
dec 13?If W. A. MERONEY.
Inasmuch us the PENALTY for tho NON
PAYMENT of TAXES accrues on and from
tho 15th day of January, 1874 and not on
tho 21st day of February, us heretofore ad
vertised, 1 regret to say that I nui COM
PELLED to WITHDRAW my NOTICE that
would attend at Certain place? to receive
OFFICE. OF COUNTY TREASURER,
0: angcburg, S. C, Dec. 2Gtl|, 1873.
In uccordnnce wi;h Section 10 of "An
Act to RAISE SU1TL1KS for tho Fiscal
Year Commencing November 1st, 18715, and
to ,Vlter and Amend the Law in Relation lo
the Collect ion ??f Tnr?? "
Notice is hereby given that my Office will
be open< d for the receipt of*Taxes on and
aficr Saturday tbo 10th day of January,
1874, until the 15th day of January, 1874,
after which time a penalty of 20 per Cent,
will be added lo all unpaid Taxes of that
'faxes will be received in Gold or Silver
Coin, U. S. Currency, National Rank Notes
and Certificates of Indebtedness, authorized
by the General Aesen.bly, nml issued to the
Republican Printing Company pursuant to
the Act approved November 11), 187;?.
jgr^y- S'-e the above card.
The rate percentum will be as follows.
Tor general State purposes, 1- mills on a
For County purposes, o mills on a dollar.
For past Indebtedness of county <J mills
on it dollar.
School Tar, District No. I.?Vauccs,
1 mill on a dollar.
Load School '/'nr., District No. 2.?Poplar,
1 mills on a dollar.
Local School Tax, District No. 8.?Pine
Grove, 1 mill on a dollar.
Local Schoo! Tar, District No. 1.?Aiuclin
". mills on n dollar.
Local School Tar, District No. ?.?Pruvi
dt tice, I j mill on a dollat.
Local School Tar, District No. 0.?Goodhys
? \ mills oil a dollar.
Loral School Tar, District No. 7 ?Lyons,
:', mills on Hie dollar.
Local Schoo! Tar, District No. 8.?Cow
Castle, ;) mill:- nn a dollar.
Local Schoo! Tax, District No D.?Middle;
1 mill on a dollar.
Local School Tar, District No. 10.?dr?nge
2 mills on n dollar.
Local School Tar, District, No. 11.?Caw
Caw, l.J mills mi n dollar.
Local School Tar, District No. 12.?Branch
\ ille, 1 mill on a dollar.
Local School Tux, District No. Iii.?New
Hope, '2 mills oil a dollar.
Local School Tax, District No. 14.?Eliza
?i ? Ii, J mills on a dollar.
Local School Tax, District No. l?.?Edistfl,
2 mills on a tfollnr.
Local School Tar, District No. 10. ? Union,
2 mills on a dollar.
Local School Tar., District No. 17.?Zion,
?i mills on a dollar.
Lo.-tt Sohoat .Tiix, t'isi.-ict X J 8.?Willow
mills on the dollar.
Local School Tax, District No. I'J.?Liber
ty, 1 mill on a dollar.
Local School Tar, District No. 20.?Good
laud, 1 mill on a dollar.
Local School Tar, Disirict A'n.21.(?Hebron,
\ mill on a dollar.
Local School Tax, District No. 22.?Rockey
Grove, 1 mill on a dollar.
Tux payers must call for the Tax on each
piece of property in the townships where
J. L. HUMBERT,
dec 27 187? tf
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
On a nu k ni: rq County,
Orangeburg, S. C, Nov. 1st, 1778.
To all whom it may Concern:
Pursuant to Titlo 3, chap. 13, Revised
Statutes S. C. Section 58 requires ;
Skc 58.' If any person, compan ? or cor
poration shall commence any business in
any County of this Slate after tbo first day
ot Septomber in any year, the cuptial or
property employed in which shall not huve
been previously listed for taxntion in said
County, and shall not within thirty days
thereafter make such report lo tho Auditor
of said County as is required in the fifty
sixth Section of this Act, ho or they shall
forfeit and pay tho sum of one hundred dol
lars, w hich shall be collected by civil aol ion
in the name of the County Commissioners,
and paid into the County Treasury for tho
exclusive benefit of the County, Aud pro
cess in such case may issue out of the Court
of Common Pleas of tho County in which
such business was commenced, directed to
the proper officer, nnd be served in any
County of this Slate.
JAS. Van TASSEL,
nov 8?tf Co. Auditor.
JUST OPENED next door to Cornclsou's
with a stock of
Boots and Shoes,
Selected from tho Manufacturers oxpressly
to shit HAltD TIMES, both as regards
QUALITIES and PRICES.
To bo satisfied that snob is the case, tho
oiti/.ens of Orangeburg and vicinity uro re
spectfully invited to call and examiuo my
Stock, as I hope to bo able to show, not only
that there is something "New under tho
Sun," hut also something to benefit the un
derstanding. Cull nnd sec.
T. B. BOYD.
TOSE & IZLAE
AUGUSTUS FISCHES, Agt.
HAS JUST RECEIVED AT THE
ENTERPRISE GROIERY STOEE !
A full supply of FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES, and is offering them
V ERY LOW fur the Cash.
E ENTEEFBISE SALOON
Will he found n full Stock of <! t i1>i i! i". LIQUOR?' nt tlic host brand-!, an .!
a large supply of the BE iT BETTERS that a.- mud ?.
SEG ARS and TOBACCO of the bent grades All in need of the above
good* will be dealt, with right by calling on
AUGUSTUS FISCHER, Agt.
A HAPPY ITEW YEAR! ?
In wishing the pub fie a FIAl'FY Ni.W YEAR, we thank them for the
LIBERAL 1'ATUONAGE bestowed mi us, and hope to merit a continuance of
the sauie, assuring them that wo are determined to keep, as in the past a
FIRST CLASS STORE.
With the ushering out of the Old Year, wc have closed out our STOCK, and
with our New Year's Greeting, greet our patrons with an entirely New aud as
well Selected a Stock of
GTOCERIES, LIQUORS, &e.
As can be found anywhere.
Give "us a rail at W. T. Mailer's Old Stand, and examine our Stock aud
Price, all of which will defy competition.
FRA.NTZ BRTGGMANN & CO.
N. R.?HIGHEST CASH PRICES given tor all Country Produce.
Nice Lot of NEW STYLES FANCY
PRINTS and other GOODS
Just Received at
;j. 8. ALBERGOTTI,
t RNER RUSSELL-STEET A XI) KAIL ROAD AVENUE,
Has in STORE and ARRIVING DAILY a Fine Stock of Goods suitable
for tbo times, consisting of
?OO L13B. CHOICE ASSORTED
RAIBONS, ALMONDS, NUTS, FIGS, CITltON, CURRENTS AITLES, OEANIES,
LEMONS, It AN AN AS, DATES, &e.
Also GROCERIES, LOW DOWN, and among other things a choice lot of
PIG H A MS,
dee 2p \ 52 )873
We aro Selling for Christmas Presents
1000 DRESS PATERNS
Of PLAIN and FANCY GOODS from $1.25 per dress upwards.
The GREATEST BARGAINS in SHAWLS ever offered in
this Town. Every Shawl in our Sto'k will be sola at a price not exceeding GO c
to the dollar of the market value prior t j the QtianoiaJ crises.
If you waut the VERY REST
Clothing, Hats, Boots and^Shoes
;.t MODERATE PRICES, call and see. and judge for yourself, if we do not
keep the ~RTCRrP ;iL ihc LOWEST PRICES, of any in Orangeburg.
It will pay those wishing to purchase, to make a Special Visit of Examina?
lion through our LARGE and EXTENSIVE STOCK, before purchasing,'as w?,
have a great many Choice Goods ou Exhibition at very Low Prices.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
OH YES! OH YES!! OH YES!!
on what: why
J. W. PATRICK $ CO,
Are offering their LARGE and ATTRACTIVE Stock of
Ladies BOOTS and SHOES,
Ii id Glovca SARATOGAS
F A.N C Y G UODS, &C, kc.
C h o a d i
1JL 1 JJiLUU -
STRAUS & STREET ARE THE MEN TO RUN IT.
wood sawed any LENGTH and DELIVERED at ?3 2j per 1*5, lit
FT LENGTH, $2 .".(? per Curd delivered.
Always on hand '.'LEAN RICE aud FRESH GROUND GRIST and
We still pay the
HIGHEST MARKET PTilCE
CASH, for ROUGH RICE, CORN and PEAS.
HOYS AND CURLS
W ill ojwn at the now FAIR.BUILDIXO on
THURSDAY the first day of January next.
terms p::r month.
English with classics - $1.00
JAMES S. HEY WARD,
dec 27 1873 tf
Drs. D. W. Barton &Thos.
Having united themselves.in the praotiee
of MEDICINE tinder the name of
barton & leg are. *
Oficrs their professional services to tho
Town of Orangoburg and surrounding
Office hour* from 8 to 9J A. M. and 7 to
Pv] nt night.
Office Market Street two doors below J.
II. Hamilton's Store.
dec 27 1873
DR. PATRICK'S COTTON TRESS
The undersigned Agont for Orangobui^
County beg.h leave to call tho Attention of
COTTON PLANTERS to the same, and
would ail vide every one in need of a COT
TON PE EfijS to purchase a patent at once.
For CHEAPNESS, SIMPLICITY, and
POWER, it has no equal.
Any ono desirous of seeing tho "nitidus
>perandi" of said Press, can do so by calling
at the Storo of J. W. Patrick & Co., RusbcI
Street Orangeburg C. H., S. C, where a
model can be seen, or address Capt. Jeff
STOKES Cen'l Agent Midway S. C.
J. W. PATRICK, Agt.
Orangehnrg County S. C.
july 24 lt?73
DR. C. R. TABER.
LEWIS VI LLE, S. C,
(ST. MATTHEWS P. O.,) '
junc 5 1878 tf
If yon bare no ?,un?l, ro liny
oh much as yon want on EASY TERMS at
tho LAND OFFICE of
AUG. R. KNOWLTON.
nov 15 l|