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J. FELDER MEYi'RS, Assistant Editor.
8ATURDAY, OUT. 31, 1874.
Chamberlain will carry this State Tuos
day next by 40,'10
Couldn't Jos. Woodruff unfold n talo about
Riordan and Dnwson, of tho IVetea and Cou
rier t i
Green mndo one. speoch and thon korOum
uxed. The congratulations of the Charles
ton Nexce and Courier was too much for him.
United States Commissioner C. S. Dull
swore in quite a number of supervisors of
election during the pnst wook.
Like the dews of Heaven?tho .Vewt and
Trial Justice Walncrs was bore on Tues
dny last attending ?o official business.
Several political meetings arc being held
to-day in the interest of the People's Ticket.
f'tis bliss .to ho wise, thon i's blisrer to
be.wiser. Vote for Chamberlain.
There will be no stuffing of ballott boxes
this time. Chamberlain wants a fair elec
Trial Justice Rives was appointed, on
Monday' of this week, a manager for Rowo'b
Tump. Good man.
Green foilagQ is not the only thing that is
drooping now. John T. Green is lyin ? I? v ,
and on the 3d of November will nee 1 no
frost to bow his head.
DR. A. C. DUKES?
Has just received a larg^ supply of fancy
candies; also a quantity of other things in
Tho Dally Union-Herald has a larger
daily subscription at this place than the
Neirt and Courier. How is that for ihe
Broad Street whistler!
- ???a?..-. .i ?
f* Green is very sick Democrats how would
you like to have Delnney; the Church R?b
el* nnd John Brown raider, Governor of this
Everybody is telling tho truth to-day at
the political meetings through (ho county.
By Saturday next we'll knew what's what.
? '??>?- ?
" Conservatives! arc you going to throw
i.wiiy your votes on Green on Tuesday
next T Vote for Chambcrlaiu au I an hon
Green congratulated Mr. Chamberlain
upon his nomination and expressed groat
satisfaction at the result of tho Convention.
But "Red Hot" Jones handed him a glut*
and ho hns seen green ever since.
The assessed value of tho real estate in
villnges in this county, is $111,800, that of
the county $2,330,110.
Echard will move to the Fair Ground, and
remain there during the week. Young la
dies who want line photographs and who
nrefond of beholding a good looking artist,
should not fail to give his canopy a visit.
Let tho Democrat who stultifies himself
by voting for tho church robber, M. R. De
luoey, forever thcrcafterwards hold his
month against honest Republicans.
ROUN & URO.?
Are out in a flaming advertisement in this
issue. Readers' you are anxious to have
somothiug fancy to wear to tho Fair. Go to
Kohn's then, and get it. They havo any
thing you want ill tho dry goods line.
Let Republicans take the nnn.es of the
Democrats who cast their votes for Dolaney
on Tuesday next. Some of them will deny
it after their man shall have been defeated.
Wo rcgrot to learn that Mr. James
Jones, an old and respocted citizen of this
jdacc, 'Is lying dangerously ill at his rest*
?denco on Broughton Street. It is to be
looped that ho will yet recover, and longer
live to enjoy the quiet of a groen old ago.
CEO. If. CORNELSON'S?
Stero is crowded from morning 'until
siiglit. Ho soils everything cheap. Mb
?clerks arc 08polite as dar.cing masters, and
toan make a customer feel at homo. J. W.
IL is ns nimble as a eat, and presents a rcnl
imposing appearance. He ?clls goods hand
Matthews, the barber, who for somo timo
?occupied a room in tho lowev story of Bel
ion Bettcrson's building, moved on Monday
Inrt to n more convenient stand. He holds
forth now over Meronoy's new store, on
Bussel Street, where unshaven faces, and
iheads covered with long, shaggy hair, are
tnade to took better, ono after anoth cr,
every half hour in the day.
County Auditor Van Tassel is hard at
work on his hooks and will havo them roady
iu time for the Treasurer. Tho assessment
of real cstato is a great doal lower this year
than it was last. Bo much so go id .
Dr. J. G, Wannamaker is doing a splen
did business in his lino. Ho is woll skilled
in his business end sells tho Tory purest
medicines. We thank him for past favors.
Democrats are going to voto for Green,
thinking ho will put them into office No
greater mistake iu your life gentlemen. He
wont be elected, and the fear of losing hit
Judgcship, hns made him 'nick unto death.
The Green man failed to hold Court at
isuuiler. lie was in bid. Ho failed lorn jet
Ids appointments to speak. He was in bed.
Causo? too much mean whisky.
The following U. S. Supervisors of Klcc
tiuus have been sworn iu during the past
week by U. S. Com. Chas. S. Bull, viz : W.
V. Izlur, N. E. W. Sistrunk, S. M. Faircy.
0. B. Uiley.
At a meeting held on the 20th instant by
the managers of election for Orangeburg
Pole, T. C. Albergotli was clcetcd chairman
and G. A. Ncuffer clerk.
Goviiu Heed struck one Oh irl js Sum ners
in the head with the eye of an axe, on .Mon
day last a week ago, fracturing bis skull so
badly that he died shortly afterwards.
Becd gave binn-rclf up, and is now in the
county jail. An inquest was hold over the
body of the decased and a verdict rendered
in accordance with the facts.
WA LI. A CE CA SSO S?
Ii not behind iu tho race. On Th?rs 1 ?y
be received a largo and fresh supply of
choice groccricM and liquors. His motto is
?'quick sales and small profits. Parties in
want of reliable bargains can obtain thorn
at his hixtrc, which is crainm: 1 from en I to
Good for Sarportas?The bringing out of
C. B. Glover fur Probntc Judge.
Bad for Judge Knowlton?The biiagiug
out of a candidate by Democrats tu oleei
Has a neat groecij* store, over which the
clever Dr. John T. Butler presides, and dis
penses blessings, designed for the inner
man, to mauy bu igry souls. Aul Fischer
has a drinking snloou too. When Pandora
opened her box un earth, which i.s sai I to
have contained countless evils, the presid
ing genius at this bar?Prof. Anbury ?
swears that the refuge of troubled souls was
confined tu the goblet, of which he has a
large number, and n supply to till them
with, fuch as the gods themselves would
drink. Fischer sells everything good. In
fact he has tho finest imported brandies,
wines, SiC. ever brought to this market.
CUE A PGOO DS FO II E VER YIIOD Y?
This is not n distressful country, say tho
customers of Mr. Thomas Cartmill, so fir
as that gentleman and the bargains bo of
fers to tho public are concerned. It would
bo n most delightful land to livo in, if other
things hero were as sound iu quali
ty ns his present stock of goods. In that
event there would be no Chamberlain party.
Green party, Conservative party, investiga
tions by Grand Juries, bunk failure*, indeed
nothing but u good, honest, jolly old Gnr
dcn-of-Edon timo for all of us for the bal
ance of our "ycnrthly"' existence. What a
pilty things can't be so! But, oh, uh,
alas !?well, thoy are not, and Mr. Cart
mill's customers must continue to bo satis
tied with the many good things they get
from him, and keep nn eye out for a better
world when they, leave this mundane
Bphcre. Mr. C. hns clerks as smiling as a
ORANGES URG'S NE IF DEPOT?
This magnificent structure is at last com
pleted. Mr. Dawson, the gentlemnnly agent,
we understand, will leave on Monday next,
tho old burlesque of a depot, and take up
quurtcrs in the new and hnndsome one,
which we hope henceforth nttd forever, will
keep tho place of the former. We havo al
ways thought that the tery large business
done at this place, would fully justify the
Ha Broad Company in building a depot, just
euch as that they have caused to bo erected
here. It has been no small surpriso to our
merchants, how, in the old depot, our agent
could have accomplished his business in a
manner so complimentary to himself and to
the Compan y. We won't abuse the road any
Cobbs thinks that instead of giving credit
whero credit is due, tho cash had better bo
Mrs. M. J. Zernow, 391 King .Street,
Charleston, is tho place for ladies to got
fancy and nobby hats. Sho is solo agont
for .Mine. Demurest, an 1 supplies her cus
tomers with something ne\r and nice all tho
Echard has arrived.
If the Democrats want an honest and eco
nomical Government for this State, they
will show it, by voting for Chamberlain on
Echard makes 4<pictures for $1.00.
MESSRS. STRA US & STREET?TUEl R
The vast majority of tho people of this
COtinty?those who cat rice every day, and
those who say they cau't afford to have it on
ly as a luxury for Sunday?know very little
of the modus operandi by wdiich it is hulled
in the mills, nnd made so pearly and white.
For the benefit of both classes wo propose
to give a brief description of tho rice mill
situated in the heart of our own Orange
burg, the propertv of the above named gen
tlemen, and carried on by thj a.
In the first place it?tin establishment ?
is a three story house of no ordinary sizo
in dimensions. Tho machinery is all with
in its walls. The farmer brings his rice to
the large end door, where it is either bought
or pouu led for him, ns he likes it. It is
then put into barrels, placed on a small
platform, to each corner of which ropes arc
fastened that arc securely tied to a larger
main one, that extends down from a pully
stationed fn the extrem? top of the third
story of the building. l>y this means the
lice is pulled "up above." Here the work
begins, nnd lure it is thrown into a "hop
per" and passes through a sieve, which ef
fectually divides it from tho san 1, before
passing into the hulling mill. Alter going
through the crucible of being bulled, it is
allowed to fall into a fanning machiuo, and
then it is ready for the "mortars," which
are eight in number. Directly over tho
mouth of each one hangs a huge pestle
which weighs ^four hundred pounds. Eaoh
little grain has to be hit by the end of one
of these, and, like tho victim placod undor
tho guillotine, thcro is no chance for escape.
After being pounded well for two hours, the
rioo pnsscs into soreen No. 1 and thence
into scraon No. 2. When this is done, wc
have three classes of rice. Class No. 1
now goes back into the mortars, is pour? led
for two hours more, and passes again through
screen No. 1, when the second and third
classes conic in for their share. This done,
an .1 after passing up to the second story,
and going through tlie polisher and fanner
No. 2 again, wo have three qualities of rice,
white and [pearly as ivory, and realy for the
We have thus given a brief outline of tho
manner in which Messrs. Straus k Street
succeed in producing such excellent quali
ties of rice for tho market.
Their mill turns out two hundred barrels
a im. nth. They buy all brought to this plaoe,
and wo arc informed, receive largo quanti
ties from the low-country. The machinery
is run by an Ames engine, which works
along day and night without any apparent
signs of fatigue. Wo wish M cssrs. Strau?
& Street unlimited success, for they arc not
only first-rate citizens, but seem to be de
termined in doing their shar? in building up
The Xncs and Courier openly denied that
Green voted for the Black Code, but after
wards admitted that it had not examined
the record to see. Now it says, "Suppose
wc n~e wrong." Well, wc should say, that
honest men would come to the conclusion
that 3-011 bad simply lied about it to serve
your own.purpose ? What is your suppo
sition ?,?Columbia Union.
ill ?11? ET REPORTS. ~
Office of tiik OnANiiF.nunu News,
October, 30/h 1874.
COTTON?Sales during the week 035
bales. Wo quote:
Ordinary, to Good Ordinary,... 12?13
Low Middling. 1 lM(jA
Rough Rice.-SI.-10 per oushel
Corn.$1.00 per bushel.
Cow J'kas.'JO to 1.10 per busLcl j
I'lNDF.KS. 1.15 per bush d.
People's Hepubicaxi Ticket.
DANIEL H. CHAMBERLAIN.
FOll LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
R. H. GLEAVES.
C. W. BUTTZ.
E. I. CAIN.
FOR JUDGE PROBATE
A. B. KN?WLTON.
HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES
S. L. DUNCAN.
JOHN H. LIVINGSTON.
F. W. WILLIAMS.
F. W. FAIREY.
REV. THOMAS PHILLIPS.
J. H. FORDHAM.
WHETHER you uro OUR REGULAR CUSTOMER or not
THEODORE KOOT & BROTHER
ASK you to EXAMINE their
li -i ini* id Hnda 1
NO TROUBLE to SHOW our GOODS. ? , hrX
V..it will be TEMPTED, you WILL BUT, unless yon can resist everything.Von will
not be importuned to buy. You w .11 bo treitel COURTEOUS LY anil shown ,FBE?LY. We
nre very anxious to part with numerous 1 .'
BARGAINS! BARGAINS ,
In DRESS GOODS, WOOLEN GOODS, &c, &o., which will bo found on examination
to present as MANY CLAIMS TO CHE VPNE-SS ai nay similar goils SOLD .HER^.
SHAWLS, SCARFS and TIES in endless variety of all GRADES and PRAQBS.il Besides
in every respect the Largest siock of r ? ?> ' r
I>?MKSTIC mid STAPLE fJOOIrS in any Houso in Orangebarg.
ThOfo in need of CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS will find the Assortment
and the LOWEST PRICES at
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
S1IISIT.S !?We (?oll the Celebrated BURLOCKS DIAMOND SHIRT, the. brand
of which is loo well known to need any Special mention. Measurestaken for Shirts and
FITS GUARANTEED. ? ?'i ?. id'*
We have now on band one of the most EXTENSIVE ST0CK8 of HOOTS"and
SHOES in this Market, and guarantee to SELL as LOW as any house In town';
The most S I'YLISII HATS constantly a i h in 1 an 1 NEW ONES coming.
We receive FRESH GOODS arid BARGAINS daily from the best markets, so whin in
town, or desirous of purchasing, don't fail to call oh
THEODORE KON & BROTHER.
WF. TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO OUR PATRONS and the PUBLIC
generally that we have increased -' ir . :
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE,,./.
And having rented the STORE of Mr. J. P. I1ARLEY, at tho Corner of Russell and
Brougbton Streets, we are now prepared to serve you ai. cither Stora; "'?
Mr. J. W. MOSELEY will continue the Business at our OLD STAND; Corner Russell
and Market Streets. , . hi'Jit ' ? "
Mr. ROBERT COPES takes ebsrgd of the NEW STORE, where will be found at
cither place, a well selected stork of GK.sEUAL MERCHANDISE. - . -
'thanking you for your former patronage we respectfully solicit a continuance of
? he s ame. rV j i | J^licl
.1. W. MUSE LEY. ROBERT COPES.
NEW GOO D.S
Comprising the BEST BRANDS of
S. K. Flour,
H a his.
Silver drip Syrup,
'? Lobsters, *
?? Tomatoes, !
?? Green Cord,
? " Cherries, ? ,
Tickles, >n *
" : Pears~
" Pino- Apple.
-All of which X
SEGARS and TOBACCO of the Best Brands
h in quality and price. .
II I (HI EST ASH PRICKS pven for all Country Produce - ; :> 4
AT W. T. MULDER'S OLD STAND,
HROUG ILTON STREET. ? i ' '
SOI.DiEl S may he station* d hero to guard the lives of the "truly loil," but that will
not permit me from selling nil kinds or GROCERIES an?. LIQUORS at figures to unit tho
miser that would .?eil his soul fur two dollars.
U \J E
MAY come among us, hut I'll gttarantca as soon as they malte one p'irjhise at my
CHEAP STORE on the East Corner uf Merou-v's Lot, .
IN ORANGEBURO VILLAGE
Hint they will ground their arms. 1 have such Articles as Flour, Sugar, Coffee, ti%rJ,
Butter, Bacon, Hams, Mackerel, Cheese, Iliac, &c, of the finest kinds. ' And as to niy
LIQUORS?why their flavor alone would eaticethe veriest aid hard-shell to-trya>*Mrap,T'
My Segnis are such as President Grant, orders whenever his mind becomes di-.turb?d
over Southern outrages. Tlioy bring qhiet all the time. . fn a word, I have a STOCK of
Oroecries, Liquors, Separs and Tubaetfos that have astonished tho natives. Let one and
all give me a call, at my NEW STORE on Muroney's Lot, where that indefatigable gan
IIonian himself, and Johnny (his hig boy) will be found at all timos ready to give GOOD
BARGAINS. And as for me, why?well, the boys know ho v.- it is themselves,
O. AV. BAXTER,
FRONT MERONEY'S HOTEL.
MUCH LOWEE THAN LAST YEAR
Call and cxeuiine.
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v.. .;:ll >W ha*
,1,1 I HQ Ul?U
A No. 1 Stock of Groceries, Crockwy
Tin ware, Candies, Segars, &c., for
Sale LOW at the Cheap Cash Groce
ry House of J ;t;?
J. S. ALBEEi?CTLi
nlt\ ??dl 'ijliuiuue) ? J laii'j
COHNER RUSSELL-STREET AND RAILROAD AVEN?K.
? - ? .' ' ?nit ?? ft >? ;o1s'i ' '
The Best Powder, shot and Caps kept for