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? J. FELDER MEYERS, Assistant Editor.
SATURDAY, NOV. 21, 1874.
Throe of our most respectable and worthy
young men took to tbomsclves partners last
Thursday night. Hurrah for Christmas.
An extra meeting of Edisto Ritlo Club is
vallod for next Friday tho '27th instant at
7J P. M., sharp. By order of E. J. Folder
C. I). KOllTJOIIN?
Says.bo will not irot muoh longer by him
self. Dick must not. Ho is too find looking
If you want n good ham or anything else
in tho grocery line go to Mr. W. K. Crook's
well filled store. His liquors, sugars, lobaa
cos &c, are bard to beat in quality an 1 in
R . . - . '. " -
The Lecture, by Mr. S. E. Caughmun;
to hove been delivered las', night in the
Baptist Church was postponed, and will be
delivered to-nigh'. Wc bespeak a large
For the iiilormation of all parties con
cerned wc have boon requo-.tcd by Mr. J. S.
Hcyward to utato that ho has from the chief
Supervisor a letter saying that the law
docs not provide pay for Supervisors outside
of cities containing 20,000 or more.
If you arc in need of a tool goo.l carpet
and one that will give general satisfaction
both in quality and price go to tho popular
store of Mr. Thos. Cartmill where yj i will
find other goods on tho same terms ns the
. The time for the commencement of collec
tion of taxes has been extended by the"
Comptroller from the 20th to the 30th inst
This is ?'korreot.'* We wont pay taxes
until our Daniel gets in. Then wo wi.l
know how Ihe money goes.
The grocery on tho corner opposite our
office is filled with everything want-id, and
Mr. Moscley with Iiis accommodating clerks
to deal them out wc guarantee no one will
go away displeased, no mattet how soon tint
new turret is opened. What says our worthy
MOHN & URO TU KU?
Han everything (hat a man or wminu
?wants In the way of fancy dty goo Is, hats,
fl.ors &c. The ladies of I h'.s county couldn't
do without tln-iii.
Their ndvcrlisoment shows th t they ha\c
(he goa ls nn-l want the people to k:i > v it.
We predict for these young Ornif?btrgart,
hamh'umc fortunes, for they go to work for
it, the same at Stewart of Now York di I.
They believe in printers ink, and printers
ink gnvo Stewart (JO.000.000 of dollars. Ad
wertising, energy nnd cheap ami good goo Is
did the work, and it will do it for Messrs.
'a(din & Brother.
S/O. SIL VAX 10?
Is a man of genius, which has been pro
ven the few nights ho performed hare, and
he has well earned tho crowded h&ses aud
applause ho received from the large
audiences his performances and num erous
gifts has attracte I each night. The articles
of merchandize, purchased from out
own merchants, has pleased every one who
Was SO fortunate to draw (hem. The go'I
And filvcr watches arc pure and comes fully
nip to what they arc represented, and h ivo
been tested by our worthy watch
makers. In fuel the abqyn gantlomtn is no
humbug, jind our goodaitizens will jui i us
in wishing that the SANK- will not let t his
bo his last visit to our Burg. He bad a
Jiou.sc hm'-j night that must surely have
flattered him, however succo<sful he may be
Jn drawing crowded ho i; es.
[There is not a joy the wrrld
Can givo liko that it takes away.]
The thirteenth of this month was the six
ty-ninth birth day of a mighty go-id man
Ho was born, not in this sad land of ours
Ibut across the 1 lue waters of tho Atlantic.
Hut he lotcd the reoplo here, nnd (hoy lov
ed him. There aro some things that makes
m man feel peculiarly Bt.d at t'mcs. 1" c
?deceased was a man it was a p'ty for IhLj
world to lose. And yet ho is gone. "P ?r
Ills wifo, and all thoso who wero dear t>
liim we offer our dearest sympathies. Lot
them remember tlmt no matter how deep n
heart bleeds thcro is a balm for It. There
Aa something in tho orthodox faith of tho
(Christian ehuroh. Catholicism mean* pro
tection to those vho love the Lord. Ho will
never take .away tho pillar of clouds by day
<or tho pillar of firo by night. But these
-who live after blm Will bavo some pain, for
.na a miror .broken to pieces imngos, so
twill tho thought whioh will move tho sympa.
j he tic ?ye of thoso who shall mourn his loss
hereafter beams and glisten with sorrow.
DO NOT FAIL TO REMEMBER?
That John Robinson's Great World's
Exposition exhibits in Orangoburg on
Wednesday Dcooinbor 2d, and in addition
to tho vory bept selection of animal s o'vor
witnessed a*o a Pair of living Giraffes. No
other show in America has tho liko on
W. K. CROOK
Would roFpectfullv coll jmrticiilnr atten
tion to bis INCREASED STOCK of
Too numerous to mention.
LIQUORS unsurpas4o l.J
SEGA RS, none suporior.
A tine assortment of l'll'ES, Smoaking
and Chewing TODACOOJ
Ry virtue of an order of the Prohn to
Court, I will soli at tho lute residence of
Luoaudn E. Ilcrloitg, deceased, in Oraiigo
b.ur^ County, <>??. Tuojduy, tho first day of
December next, the personal properly <>f
Haid deceased, consisting of ''a'tle, Corn,
Fodder, Pens. Household and Kitchen Fur
niture, &c. Terms cash.
EPHRAIM II. GRAVES,
nov I I?td Administrator.
On and after the FIRST day of FEBRUA
RY next, I will be prepared to receive
In connect ion with my DAY SCHOOL. I
will take either ROYS or GIRLS.
JAMES S. II KY UAK?,
0 It A NO ER URO AO AD EM Y.
nov 11 3m
TO THE AFFJ,ICTE?.
I was CURED of CANCER on the lip by
Dr. T. R. Malone.
J. W. DAVIS,
Rantow'c.1, S. (!.
1 was cured of CANCER on tho right
cheek, of three years siati ling, by Dr. T.
R. Malone of Oraugeburg, S. C.
C. R. RAST,
St. Matthews, S. C.
To the Ladles!
The Prettiest Mantle Orna
ment in Tow\i!
To be seen at the GRANGE STORE.
ONLY TWO ?UJiliAKJ?!
Cull and s.?o it I i lici in I gen' ? men.
nov 14 ? It
The State of South Carolina
Ok.vxukiiuim Co UN iv,
Real Estate for Sale U:i lei* Furedoi no of
Wro'.icn fi Stcadmau
?V otcaduiau }
Mt Tyler. J
Ry virtue of the power invested in us wo
uill sell at Orattg-tbur? C. II. au tin lit
Monday in Deco.liber n-xt. wi.liia tHi 1*4-? 1
hours of sale, tine tract of land, I'rop-jrty
of Baitlett Tyler, containing. (4 )0) four
hundred acres more <>r less, lyin^ and boin^
in the County and State nforesiid in tho
Fork of Edisto, and bounded on the North
by lands ot C. T. Dowiug, K.ut by litihof
A P. Gui. South by lands ofltiJj?fi
Walker, and West by laa Is of A. D. Dmv
Terms Cash. Purchasers to p ty for
WROTON & STEAD.MAN,
Graham, S. C. Nov. Ct'.i 1S7I.
nov 7 ltf74 8t
Jas. Bown & Son,
M nmifacluriVf of and Wholesale and Rctaj
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, FISHING
TACKLE, AND SP8RTING ARTICLES.
Aimmiiilf H>bi, in all ilH
aqknts ron tub
Union Mothllfc Cartridge
Also Manufacturers of
KiflXE IIA It RE LS
l'.oth Iron and Cost Steel, equal to Rem
ington's, or any other make. Manufactur
ers and Repairers of all kinds of Light
1?? and 1P.S WOOD STREET, PITTS
JAS. BOWN & SON.
uov. 7 187-1 ly
TIME TO INVEST IN
CHEAP GOODS FOR CASH
Pry Goods', Fnncy Goods-, Notions, Choice Styles of Dross Goods, Rluck and
White Alpaccus, White Moreno, Empress Cloth, Nelvoteom, Sasli Kibhous, &o.
A splendid Stock of New Styles
Fancy Prints, Shawls, Flannels and Blaukot S,
Fancy Cassimcrs; Broad Cloths, Doeskins, Joans, &c , Gouts Cloth
ing and Underwear, Ladies and Gents Hoots and Shoes, very Desirable an 1 Ohca p.
Also a full and complete Stock of
Saddles, Hiding and Blind Bridles, Buggy
Harness and Whalebone Whips.
Fine WINES ami LIQUOUS of all kinds soil only by the quart or gill in.
NEW ADDITIONS in all Departments receive 1 every week,
I will guarantee all Goods as represented, ami cannot be. UNDERSOLD according to
Quality of Goods, by any hou?e in the Slate.
Russell Struct, Ornngobur', S. (J.
SAVE YOTO MOm :<
15 V BUYING YOU If
Groceries, Liquors and Segars
HAZLITT Sd OO.'S
??HVOiBNIC TONIC IHTTKUS." Its ingredients tiro strictly VBJKTABLK, aud .n
preset i' ed by all educated Physicians in their practice.
o. 2). KoriTJOiiisr.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO OCR PATRONS and the PUBLIC
generally that we have increased our
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE,
And having rented the STORE or Mr. J. P. IIAULEY, r.t the Corner of Russell an 1
l.ioii} hit n Sllt'Cts. we :;re now prepared to serve you at either Store.
Mr. J. W. MOSELEY will continue the Dusincss at our OLD STAND, Conwr Russell
ami Market Streets.
Mr. ROBERT COPES takes charge of the NEW STOKE, where will be found at
either place, a well selected stock of GENE UAL MERCHANDISE.
'J hanking you lor your former patronage we respectfully solicit a coutinuauoo of
J. \V. MOSELEY. ROBERT CORKS
nept 17 1ST I if
Comprising the BEST I'KAXDS of
S. lt. I lour,
Silver drip Syrup,
French < 'onfectioncry,
Clin Oy .-tors,
" Sari in es,
" G reen Corn
Irish Pot..toes. Sweet Potatoes, " Pino Apple.
V, INES., L1RU0RS. SKGARS and TOBACCO of the Best Brands. All of which 1
;unranlcc \ ill jdtioc Voib In qtiulily und price.
HIGHEST ASM PRICES ^iven K.r all Country Produce
AT W. T. MULLEIt'S OLD STAND,
C. "WEST & SONS,
TilL BEST OIL IN USE.
Warranted 150 Degrees Piro Test.
WATER WHITE IN COLOR.
Ami it Will Not Explode.
Ii burns in nil Cool Oil nnd Kerosene Lamps.
TRY IT. Aok for "Aladdin Security,"
and take no other.
C. WEST & SONS.
113 and 110 W. Lombard St..
oct 24?24 Imltimore, Md.
Land for Sale.
A IS A BIG AI ST.?About lt>0.) acre* of
LAND in Middle Township, woll settled,
(iin house with din and Grist Mill. Black
smith Shop nnd Tools. In one parcel at
at $8.110 per acre. Terms easy.
Farm Oil Old Oraugcburg Road, 7 miles
from town?250 acres. l'rioo.$1575. Well
settled. Terms easy.
One Store ami Lot in Ornngcburg.
One Building Lot ou Russell Street.
AUG. B. KNOW ETON,
Attorney at Law,
sept 17?tf Orangeburg, S. C.
A GOOD PLANTATION in Middle Town
ship, 400 acres Finely SETT LED. House
mid Outbuildings all new. All under Oood
Fence. Plenty of Fruit Trees. Price
$2000?half cash. A BARGAIN.
Also 180 acres in same township. Saw Mill
llousc, (Jin and Orisl-Miil. Never Failing
Stream. Good for 800 bushels loll Corn and
0 to 8 bales toll Cotton per year. $800?
Also (?00 acres -in Charleston County, $:t
Also !>t)0 acres in this county. Pino land,
well watered, $2 por acre. Apply to
.? A. B. KNOW ETON,
I.:! nd Agent,
Orangeburg C. II., S. 0.
mar 14 tf
Thal fine two story STORE and LOT on
Church Street, lately occupied by the
Citizens Savings Bank au I Mr. Kirk
Cobiusou, fronting Court House Square.
Terms reasonable. Apply lo
JOHN 1>. STHOMAN Usq., or to
1ZLAB & DIBBLE.
oet. 10 1871 :Jui.
Valuable Plantation for
f..r s-ule Ihc PLANTATION below Rowe's
Pump, on tiie River Load, known as the
III PLACE, containing live hundred and
thirty-six acres. On tho place there .is a
>..1 DWELLING HOUSE, with necessary
Terms made easy.
.\| , !y io the undersigned on the i>laec or
by letter addressed to Howe's Pump, S. C.
ooI ?if LAR
Has a FRESH SUPPLY of TUItNIP and
CABBAGE SEEDS for Fall planting.
All Seeds warranted.
TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
MOSES M. BROWN, the Barber, pledges
himself to keep up with the times in all the
late Improvements, as his business is suffi
cient to guarantee the above. He will be
found at his Ohl Stand ever ready to serve
his customers at the shortest notice.
apl 11 00
J. Hammond Fordham.
OR A NO Eli Uli Ot S. C.
All business intrusted to his care will be
promptly attended to.
oot it KS71 if
Positively tlie Only Large Show that will Exhibit in
DURING TOE TRAVELING SEASON OF 1874.
Wednesday December 2d.
fNDISPUTAlJLY TUB LARGEST EXPOSITION IN THE ^ ORLD
THOUSANDS OF LIVING ANIMALS,
MYRIADS OF MUDS, COLONIES GF MONKEYS,
SCHOOLS OF AMPHIBIA, MILES OF REPTILES
No Impossibilities Promised; vie guarantee to Exhibit nil we Represent
OUR MATCHLESS ORGANIZATION Embraces t'.ic Largest nud most Com pl?w
Menagerie, Aviary and Aquarrom
IN THE WOULD, CONTAINING LIVING SPECIMENS OF OUR
CREATORS GREA.T HANDIWOKK,
They went :>i tiro and tiro, unto Noah into the Ark,
The male and theJcniale an God had commanded Xouk"
MARK WELL THESE LINES.
We will EXHIBIT at euch Pkco the GREAT SHOW-visits
A Herd of Living Giraffes, Costing $82,000 in goldl
A BLACK SUMATRAS* RHINOCEROS!
THE LARGEST PERFORMING ELEPHANT IN \MERICY
A GIANT OSTRICH, 12 FEET HIGH.
MONS'J ER SEA LYONS.
A S Horned mid Kycd Rovlnc from 4lae 5?oly ILixnd*
THE ONLY ONE EVER EXHIBITED.
Embracing over 100 STAR ARTISTS, TWO MAMMOTH BAND3?10 MUSICIANS*
Gorgeous Sfrccl Display?Finest in tlio World I
DOORS OPEN AT 12:80 AND 0:30 P. M.
i .i '
ORANGEBURG, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2d,187-L