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SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1874.
Robbin shooting is all the go at pre
Our market is well supplied with
jLHfrTf fMiT ttfflT Tvv
Tln> Governor Has appointed Ed nrd
Argoe a Trial Justice Tor this County.
8ee law card'Of Messrs Humbert &
I?'ordham, in another column.
' i ???BS? ? ? ? 4BM*mam* Ii I- ?
Board without lodging will be found
is oar advertising columns.
The LejJ'Slature adjourns tdda y sub
jest to the call of tho President of the
Senatefn3 ^pe?ker of tho.House.
The appointment of James J.
Mitchell, a Trial Justice by tho Gover
nor has been cooGrmed by tho Senate.
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See advertisement for sale in this
issuo. A rare opportunity tor a Goo
The alarm of fire was given last
Thursday afternoon, which proved to be
the ateve pipe in Mr. H. Higg's carriage
e5iop. No Pcrrioun loss WaB sustained.
The stockhol lers of the .Sou h Caro
line Rail Road Company will find
.something tb their intero.it in our adver
tising columns this week.
Wr.w Rans-dslti on Brought m Street
has eeme fine Segars. We have tried
tthem, and pro-otnee them very good.
'Give Jitm a.call.
? V ?..-J* VS-iU S>*' .l
Woseley, Crook it Co pea have jn-4
-received a fine lot of clot kin ' for the
?w? r. ? . ...
JSjwACjg Arade. vGall aui.d .'jxa.uJ.ue tiheur
We would ca 11 attention to ??n ?Aver
4uiement hrad?-d lost and trnlv h op? llhe
article wtiti*befi?unil and returned t?>th* '
aVaer wh > "is an ophou and j rue> the
tpin' ve>y highly a* it is a .resic;ef foar
W.ake up City da Idy's and np-in that
iliew ?ix??et, (bofirre jt is planted or it wil"
?e?et a iittl ? nViFe 1?^ 1 by- You noed
:v.i-t sa *.y >u h iv ;h:"t.h-t inuu ?y tor we are
*w?re ^BjQ ?|^.'^-t if - do .rouse u ?
vdadd) a an 1 to t*?e werk J
have a large and
.attractive . a4v<-i'.ti*cment in 'bin issue,
tSat ^s^ew StwSc**f 'groeeriee and tke
Soar prices it hoy sell them for will far
eacetl-fheir notice, In fact, their stock Is
'?<<?*pTete in eyfcry respect, and the public
will find ii to ihoir advuuthgs to cell on
We wire pleased to notice th at our
polite and efficient Post Master Mr W
E- ?? illiims is having tho store room ol
the Engine nouuc fitted up for the Post
office/ No better locattou could be
Since the above was written the Post
a MM a .#
Office has moved into its new quarters.
if;'. _ _
Oar young friend Mr. G. Pauail'ugue
of the 8. & A. Telegraph Company, we
fere^eorrr to sty has left us and gone to
ether fields of labor. He made many
friend*while tiere who rogreted to aeo
him. leave. Mr. P., was a first class
operator' and*-'strictly attentive to bud
nesa. Mr. Zimmerman has taken I its
We "beg to return our thanks for a
specimen of Messrs Strau* & Street s'
Rice, which we assert cannot be ozcclicd
for oleaoliness and lewer broken grtins
by any other Rico Mill in tin State.
TIpTge'gentlemen huvo spared ooithcr
meads" or labor in fitting up their mill?
which. Is now complete io overy res pea.
They buy rough Rico and jt,?y the
highest market price in grcenba ks tor
Aunt. H. Stephens.?-The Atlanta
Herald, of Thursday, says:
''Newspaper accounts from Washing
ton continue to represent the Hon.
Alex. fl. Stephens as in vory. precarious
health, and wholly unable to attend to
hie duties in the Houpo. We regret to
Bay that our private adviers, received at
this office within theTlnet low days, are
still more unfavorable ft is foarcd by
jnasj ibat one ^^'18.4^*^V*^^t1^r,
?'t}ts will never agam teintWhtt iea^J
h i*, feeble frame being iihablo to weath
er, the present attack. This news will
he ielt throughout the State, if not the
The following preamble and resolu
tions were unanimously adopted bj the
committee therein mentioned :
; U hcrccti, at the anniversary parade
|r%>e I. Y. A. F. ?. Co., on the 24th
February 1874, we, the committee ap
pointed for the Decoration of our Truck*,
were materially assisted in eur work of
Decoration by the contribution from the
bands vf the fair ladies of Orangeburg
And whereas, it is the part of ehival
rio courtesy and gratitude to express to
the fair ones our appreciation of clio
taste as well as the kindly and cheering
interest manifested for us.
Therefore .be it resolved:
That we,' ns n oomtuittee, and for the
T. K. H. & L. Co., return our hearty
thanks for their display of thoir beiuii
?ful teste, and signal interest in us as
individuals and as Firemen. ,
Resolved, That it. be thus published
to ullft, our appreciation of this bright
expression of interest felt for us by the
ladies of Orangehurg.
Resolved, That in this kindly interest,
we find a holy iooeutial Had chr.cring
encouragement to maintain our Organi
zation, preserve our dicipliuo, and thus
tobe ready wheu duty calls.
Resolved, That these resolutions bo
published in the Oraugeburg Times and
Ii. TT. Wannamakjsr,
? D. K. Smoak,
J. S. Bull.
At a meeting of Physicians in Le vis
vi Ho on the 17th of Feb.. the following
preamble and resolutions wore submitted
by a committee and adopted :
Whereas, We the members of the
medical profession, engaged in practice
in the upper portion of Orangeburg
County, foeJ tho urgent necessity of
adapting some measure whereby we may
secure to ourselves a just and proper
remuneration for oar servir.es in tho
Therefore, be it resolved;
1 hd. '1 hnt \v.> keep aud exchange with
C 'C'j oth r accurate lists of all ptrtics
wh i do nut pa she r medical accounts
and will withhold lrutti the same all aid
in the future.
2nd We .will be governed an making
our .charge* by thereguhr established
feo bill, and will not disount any bill
.3rJ. W^iwill not make oeutr-iets wit h
persona for practice.
4tit. We claim a settlement of cur ao
cnii'it* on the Gt*>t day of November in
6th. Wo will sttn extend the usuil
charities of our profession to the deserv
ing poor iu our respective communities.
Gib Tk it tku public may know our
proceedings, we publish those resotu
lions in the County papers.
Drs. A. i . Da by, *W. T.Xi ? it**,
Will. L faa, C Ii TaOer,
Charles 8 Darbv, F. ti. (seiner,
M. .J, D. Danube, J. 11 .Sm.ik.!,
T;h??maa Kell er, Vi. -C. W hrnstooae
Dr. WisUr'tf B?ltum of Wild
Cll4!r**y "a combination und a lurm
indeed ! for koaJia^ aud curing diseases
of tiie throat, Jungs aud chvst. il cures
a cough by loosening and.cleansing the
lunge, and allaying irritation ; thu>
removing the. cause, instead of dryiog up
the cough aud leading the disease
Gen. A. C. Garli ngton. of Atlanta.
<3a.. has been chosen bv the students of
Woflord College to deliver the annual
address before the literary societies at
com trie nee in cut.
Colombia, S. C, Dec 20th, 1870.
To tkt Editor Orangeburg Xetea :
Sir?I have the honor to inform you that
at a meeting of the Board of Officers, cre
ated by an Aet entitled "An Act to Regulate
the Publication of all Legal and Public
Notices," the following resolution was adop
Retolved, That the "ORANGER URO
NEWS" is hereby designated as the OFFI
CIAL PAPER for the Publication of all
Legal Notices and Official Advertisements of
the County Officers in the County of Orange
burg. - ,
F. L. CARDOZO,
8ec. of State
and Chairman Board.
Per W. R, JONES.
OF7I0B or thk OttANonnutio News,
March, 13th 1874.
COTTON?Sales daring the week 182
h ales. We quote :
Ordinary, to Good Ordinary,... 7(rt) 12
Huron Rica ........ SI. 50 per oushel
Corn.$1.10 per bushel.
Cow I'sas.... 76 per bushel.
I'iNUias. 1.50 per bushel.
SSBBSOt 1 1 M . 1 Ii'?. ?n
Cash and Comfort.
CA CTS. CAPITAL
fJU WILL 8KCUKB
A TEXAS PONY, EQUIPMENTS, and PRO
VISIONS for keeping, with a permanent
business engagement. Both male aud fe
male solicited to correspond :
W. THOMAS BAKER,
Box 188, Wichita, Kansas,
mar 7 tf.
To all Whom it May Concern
0 AU ^Kr^ON^ I^rM^^^rae in any
manner, will make prompt payment by the
1st Maroh aexl. After that time all elalmu
will he placed in the hands of a Lawyer for
3 -U T. C. ANDREWS.
/.V .. .V
;'. on,? --tiitin.r.
Wo haro vn band a COMPLETE STOCK of
And are eiToring SPECIAL I^I)UCEHE\TS to purchasers.
f.000 lbs BACON of nil kinds. 100 bbls FLOUR of all Grades.
CANNED GOODS of every Description.
SYRUPS and MOLAtfSES, POTATOES, SUGARS of all Gradee,
And In fact EVERYTHING usually found in a FIRST-GLASS. GROCERY.
Giro ua u call. We are confident MONEY oan be SAVED by buying from
J. 8. ALBERGOTTI,
CORNER RUSSELL-STKKT AND RAIL ROAD AVKNUK,
Has in Store a LARGE anc*. WELL SELECTED Slock of
Winch ar? ofTersd at PRICES which cannot TAIL to PLEASE those sailing on him.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED nnd delivorod FREE of CHARGE.
Just received a FRE3II LOT of
At 6 CENTS per pound. ?v -
PREPARED HAM, PIG HAMS, BACON, BUTTER, FLOUR, SUGARS, SXGARS, &*
300 lbs Choice Candies
Which is the BEBT and CHEAPEST >n this Market.
HIGHEST'CASH PRICE paid for
FOR. SALE one PLATFORM SCALE, Capacity 1400 lbs.
We w-owld nave toiisunu-i s of -PICE tu know ihnt our Mil L in ahout perfection, and
that we CAS asid do GUARANTEE to SELL CLEAN RICE
Below the Charleston Market Price
At ?w MILL.
Person* deoiring it we will furnish tlicm RICE weekly at their door* in aay qnaatity,
or at the MILL every day. We also keep a full supply oi" FRESH GROUND
meal and grist
On hand, BOLTED and UNBOLTED, on the MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
rice flour for STOCK,
With CHEAP GRADE8 of R< RSE nnd COW FOOD.
oak and pine WOOD
SAWED atiy LENGTH desired, and deli?cd to any part of the Town for the SMALL SUM
of $3.25 per Cord. Send along your Ordert?. We are always ready to fill then without
STRAUS & STREET.
READ! READ! READ!
AND TAKE NOTICE THAT
CAN BE PURCHASED AT
THEODORE KOHU & BRO.S'
We would inform our Friends, Patrons aud iho Public, that notwithstanding our "EX
TENSIVE 8ALES for the past Season,
Is still in SPLENDID CONDITION?all tho Various Departments are COMPLETE with
FRESH GOOBS Newly received.
We extend a Cordial Invitation to all to EXAMINE our*
Before purchasing as we always hnvc a GREAT MANY GOODS
AT VERY LOW PRICES,
Needed by everybody.
Preparatory to Laying in our SPRING SUPPLIES, we will dispose of a great man/
At COST and BELOW COST.
Remember these FACTS and when in Town bo sure to ealt at
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
Call the ATTENTION of MY FRIENDS, PATRONS and tho PUBLIC to a fine AS
WINES AND LIQUORS,
At ?11 PRICES and all GRADES, froo ?/Co? mon Rectified" to "OM Pure Rye" aad Corn
WHISKEYS, which I bare Ju,t received, and notwithstanding vie ADVANCES I will
?till continue to sell at FORMER PRICES.
Aho ? FRESH SUPPLY ef
CQFEEB', SUGARS, TEAS, FLOTJR
And elhor GROCERIES including SEED POTATOES and ONIONS which I offer st a
SMALL per eentage. Cell before buying, you eon SAVE Money.
O. I>. KOETJOHN.
HOSELEY. CROOK ?l COPES,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL SUPPLY OF
LANDS ETH'S GARDEN
? r it- -:: - tmVI
alii ,'knh Mi
RED RUST PROOF OATS,
Ae we desire
to make QUICK
We would also
Of the PUBLIC to our FULL and WELL SELECTED STOCK of
ox i oar setts.
Which wo offer at LOW PRICES strictly for CASH. Uite us a
call and see for yourselves.
MOSELEY, CROOK & COPES,
(OPPOSITE THE CITIZENS' SAY1NQ8 BANK.)
C*OOI> GARDENS to be had
by buying your Garden Seeds
and Onion Sets from
who sein all hfl? Seeds from the
Celebrated Arm of Ii. Lan*
drelh A Sow.
N. Member* of Orange?
will be Bupplicd at Grange
jan 10 4t
BOYS AND GIRLS
Will open at tho new FAIR BUILDING on
THURSDAY tho first day of January next.
TERMS PKR MONTn.
Primary Department - - $1 60
Intermediate .... $2.00
English with elatticc ... $4.00
JAMES 8. HEYWARD,
Miss E. P0QARTIE, Mnaie Teacher,
dec 27 1873 tf
JUST IN AT
J. Wallace Cannon s
LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
CANNED GOODS, CANDIES,
All ef the above goods are offered at
PRICES te suit tho present tight times,
jan XI 1*74
The HOUSE and LOT on Russell Street,
in Orangeburg, formerly owned by V. Pit
thaa. For particulars inquire et the Drag
Store of E. J. OLIVEKOS.
?vi (ifess-e.. ti*
Dr. Oliveros' Drug Store
SEEDLESS RAIHINST V
Also a large eolleetion of ef TOYS.
Also a superior lot of COLOONS aad TOIL
Also a 6ne lot of SEM ARS.
Alse a fine lot of CUTLERY,
Also a Lsrgo and well Selected Steak of
?RUCIS and MEDICINES,
to which Articles, for RELIABILITY and
CORRECTNESS, tho Public's atteettoa it
All ara respectfully invited te call at the
Prur tftene ef
Ifetale of John V. Buir.
Notice is hereby given to ?11 concerned"
that ou the 10th day of March, A. i>., 1,874.
1 will file my final account in |ha office of
<h? Jud^o of Probnte'of Orangeburg Couaty.
and wilt apply for my final discharge as
Administrativ of said Estate.
MARY M. 15 A IK,
Admi'x Eot.. John V. Hair,
ifeo 7th 1874 4l
Iron in the Blood
MAXES THE WEAK STRONG.
The Peruvian Syrup, a Protect?
ed Solution of the Protoxide of
Iron, is so combined as to have
the character of an aliment, as
easily digested and assimilated
with the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of Nature's Own Vitalizing
Agent, Iron in the blood, ana
cures **a thousand Illst" simply
by Toning up,Invigorating ana
Vitalizing the System, The en
riched and vitalized blood per?
m eaten 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 tTie won
derful success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic? Diar
rhoea, Bolls, Nervous Affections,
Chills and Fevers, Humors?
Xjoss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of the Kidneys and
Bladder, Female Complaints,
and all diseases originating fra
a bad state of the blood, or ac
companied by debility or a low
state of the system* Being free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects are not fol
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, but are 2>ermanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, and new
life into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Con
Thousands have been changed
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, neaUhy, and
happy men ami womenj and
invalids cannot reasonably hes
itate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle hoe PERU*
VIAN SYRUP blown in the glass.
SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Proprietors,
Wo. SO If arris an At., Batteoi
Bold by DauaaiST* ucKsnAtiT.
oct 18 . ly
I NEW PATENT."
dr. Patrick s cotton press
The undersigned Agent for Or?ngehnrg
County begs lenve to call the attention of
COTTON PLANTERS 1o tho same, and
would ndvise crery ono in need of a COT
TON rr.E88 to purchase a patent atonoe.
For CHEAPNESS, SIMPLICITY, T and
POWER, it has no equal.
Any ono desirous of seeing the "modus
?perandi" of said Press, can do so by calling
at the Storo of J. W. Patrick k Co., Russe!
Street Qrsngoburg C. H., H. C, whore a
.model can be seen, or address Capt. Jeff
STOKES Oen'l Agent Midway 8. C.
J. W. PATRICK, Agt.
Orangeburg County fi, C.
yoly;S$ I? 73
' OaAKQB?CRU Coo nit;
Oraugoburg, 8, C. NoT. let, 171%
Ayer's Ague Cure*
Pursuant to Till* 3, chap. 18, Rftf (r?ie ,
Statutes S.;C. Section 68 requires: --^
Bsc 68. If any person, eorapan** WfPffrV
poratioa shall oommeaee any 03
any County of this State after fhf
of September in nny year, tire eftjfQetfl
property employed in which shall net uara
been proTionaly listed for taxation tit
County, and shall not within thirty
thereafter make such report to tat itwiawH
of said County as ift required ia tho fifty- '
sixth Section of this Act, he ?r they shall
forfeit and pay the sum of one hundred (gel
lam, which shall be collected by civil eoticsa
in the name of the County Coramb^lWsw
and paid into the County Treasury'fir tH :!
exclusive benefit of the County, And pre
ceee iu such case may issue out of the ?jBjfl$>!)
of Common Picas of the County iA.V&ji^j
aueh business was commenoed, directs '
the proper ofiicer, and be eerrod io
County of this Slate. /
JAP. Tax TASSBt,, !;
aov8~tf, Cc. Auditor.
Teir&t aid ?gue~
?Von* which mankind snfrer^over ? Iww^,
the globe. Is the eonuequc'nee or a diseaicd
?in the srstein, induced by the poisonous tali
vegetable decay. Tim exhalation is cvoli
the action of boIsx hentna wet coil, and me
the watery vapor from it. While the son ia L -
the hor1 ion this vapor lingers near the earth's jL?
fiiee, and the. vims is taken with it through th*
lunes into the blood. There it acts as an imtfiling
poison on the internal viscera and excreting orgat??
of the body. The liver becomes torpid and fails!
secrete not only this vinis, but also the bile fire
the blood. Both 'the vims and the bile'acer?
in the I circulation,.1 and produce violent c
tuinsl dUordor. The spleen, the kidneys, I
stomach sympathize with tht liver, and*
disordered also., Finally, tlie instinct of >
gantas, as if in on attempt to expel the not
m fusion, concentrates the whole blood of the 1
in the Internal Oxcretorles'to force'them to r'
oat. ' The blood leaves the surface, and rusl__
the central organs with congestive violence. Thh> ,
i? She C Kita. But In this c??rt it fa?x. Thea tt* '
Fcvaa follows, in which the blood leaves the -
teal organs and rashes to the surface, aa 1
another effort to expel the irritating poison thr,
that Other great 'excretory ?the" shin. 2a P_
also it fails, and the system abandons the atteSsw?; ?
exhausted, and vn.lt? for the recovery of strength
to repeat the hopeless effort another day,- The??;;
?to the .fits or paroxysms of Favait ano Aoc%
Such constitutional disorder will of eou:
mine the health if it is not removed. fu^-L^jaa/t
We have labored to find, sad hare Rani, .*a
antidote, . .. .,r;:
which, nc\itr.ibxe? this malarious poison, ht the)
blood, and stimulates the lirer to expel it from th*
body. ' Am it should, so it does cure tlds aSHctisg.'.
disorder with perfect certainty. And it doe* tsorc,.
or rather does what is of more service to tho-30 tab- 1
jeet to this infection. If taken in cnamkit'Mgsfgf j,
it from the system as it is absorbed, and thus ke' ~
those who use it free from its attacks; keepr
system in health although exposed to tho du
Consequently It not only cures, hut protects.:
the (treat variety of affections which' are f
by this malignant influence, such as Rc
Fever. CkiU Fever, Dumb, or. Maakcf
Periodical Headache, or Bilious Headache
Fevers, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Omit, BI
Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, L
tions, Fainful Affcctioas of the Spleen* Hy
Colic, Paralysis,. and Painful Affections c
.??oiu.'ich ana i}o>voIs, nil of which, when i
frum this cause, will be found' to ftsaunv* frit.
less the intermittent type. This " Aor/v Ct
removes the cause of these derangements, ?nd ?wreX. 4
This it accomplishes by stimulating
torie? to expel the vims from the system;
these organs by degrees become habited to do
their office of their own accord. Hence ari
we term ocrlimotation. Time may xccidrirj,
. same end, but often life is not long cr.ov
i.icriflcrd in the attempt, while this a Ado
do*f it at once, and with safety. We he
reason to believe. this is a surer n* well ?
rcme.dv fcr the whole class of diseases a
caused by the miasmatic infection* than
which has been discovered ; and it has still i
important advantage to the public, which la/lffeM;.
it u cheap as well as good. ? .* ?,
pbbfared by * - raV el
i>R. J. C. ?YER & CO.
Price Oira Dollar ran BoTttr.
Ayer's Ch?rry Pectqi
hex won for itself such a renown for the cure
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint^
it ia entirely unnecessary for. ni to recount
evidence of. its virtues, wherever it ha? b?ett^eV'?
ployed. As it has long been in coaaisajtJSS* ?
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept up to the b$ftt .,
k eVer has:becn, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has eve? been: fotmd to do. ,
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOB AU Tili PURP03ES OF A PURSAT1YE MEEfCiilS.
Fob'ColtWbnbss ; ' '
Fob tub Cukb or Dvsrarsix;
Fob tub Cubb of lNDian#rtn?'x . ?
Foa II rau a cur;
Fob the Corb ob Dtsektr&t;
. Ton x Foox Stomach ;
Fob tub Ccrb or Ebtsitblas;
For tub Piles; '. c
For tub Curb or Scrofitla;
Fob all Scrofulous CoMrLXtssjsJjo^T
FuB.tub ccrb of ItllUVUATUHl . ?
Fob Disbasbb or tub 8bxx : ? ?v
Fob tub Ccrb of Liter CojsrtArKTf
For Dnor*t;rT77jr ^
Fob thb Cubs of Tktteb, .Ti/mobs *?? Sawf.
' Ith a m ;
Fun Worms i
Fob tub Cobb of Govt;
Fob x Dinner Pili.; M
Fob tub Corb op Nr?rai.oia;
Fob Pcbifyino tub Blcod.
They are cngar-coated, so that th* most etna
tive can take them pleasantly, and being pur '
vegetable, no harm can arise from their use ia s
' Price 86 couts per Bot; Fivoboxes for $1.09.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Phi
men, and eminent personagce, have lent their
names to certify theunparalleleduscfnlnes iof thsf?
remedies, but our epace here will not pffHmWjkm
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur- N
nish gra tis our Aurkvxb Almanac In which they
nro given; with ahm fu'd descriptions of tJie oi;<w*
complaints, and the treatment that should fee fol
lowed for their core.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make mar* profit on.
Demand Atrr's, and take no others. The sick
wont the best aid there is fbr them, and ihiij MsiM
All onr Remedica are for sale by
[nforma the public that he ta now pre* '
to furnish BRICKS In any quantity. >
All orders will moot piompt aMentiob.
. J. C. KDWARDF.
junc? I87g tf i
i \ vViet*f w &'i ? ?? .: .
1> 'Sa^tW ?Atj xteeeW
WANT til. All classes of working
people, of either sex, yomig or old, make
mere menay nt work for u? iu their s'par'a
momentc, or ill the linic, than af' aaytt??
j else. Particulars froe. Addrqse TT*
i .4; , Oi $WW& * OD., ..
?e^UL-W \ ^TMl^?ijnj ;