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J. FELDER, MEYERS, Assistant Editor.
SATURDAY, NOV. 28, 1874.
The Ilorry iNVir? is still alive.
Scveial matters arc left out of this issue
Yihich should have appenved They will ap
pear next Snturdny.
Jonquin Miller hns written about "A
storm Iri Venice." Mrs Miller is probably
There is n Tillen in Aikcn, according to
the Coufier-Journal. He has selected for
his si?n a "Rig Ham !"
Died ..on. the Igth of November 18TJ,
Reubin Johnsen, aged 77 years and 7 mou:l?8
He died the same night that he took sick.
The only oath that the Chicago girls iisj
is "Rytjum." Wo know some that can beat
Tbo new winter hats for la<!icj are a'rea ly
felt. And some worn o:it by be ing looked
at too o**teh.
Thursday last was Thaiiksgivtn day, bin
without much thanksgiving a', out these
* G. W: Raster is just from Charleston, an 1
the nicest sort of goods nr.; ji'st pouring
into his store. Give him a c ill.
The 1 egisjaturo organized on Tuesday
last. The Hon. R. D. Elliott was elected
Speaker of the House by a handsome niu
A Vhrewd observer of our acquaintance
bus discovered that the oiea in this county
don't objoot to be overrate 1 except by our
Qhc Citci is coming and the urchins are
happy; oh fo huppy. It will he a grand
affair. Every little boy knows the name of
Old John Robinson, mid every little boy
wants to sec what 'die's gwine to show."
The Elliott Independent Hook & Ladder
Company will j lease accept the thanks o"
this r.flico for an Inviution lo their An aivur
-M>ry f-upper next ^Monday night, at their
btr} C. 11. IInil is iibw holding forth wi h
Wallace Ci nt on. C tint lie is a trump wlier
ever yen pbito him. He is not in the news
paper 'business no.v, but he is in ngrocery
store where he can sell the best qualities
t f greet ros. He wntWB to st c his Iriei.ds
at Wallace Cannon's.
, TjiQ oroyrded ftnte of our paper this week
with new ndveitis.einents, provents us from
giving our readerti a larger amount of o lito
rial and local matter. That tbo QnANOKiiuitn
NKVfB is the paper fur advertisers to pi t o i
izeis dcmonstnijed by the appearance ol
our columns, this morning.
????WJ-----I ??III -
Tim. Hon. t. p. Animikws, Senator from
thTsTJounty IefY for his post of duty on
Mouduyhist. Senator Andrews id 0110 of
the most w atc?fidVud influential members
of the Senate,lind always woiks in the in
terest Tof retjki.cLnitnt and reform. We
Hid ? v
shall look lir good work from him.
The (hunks of the office arc due to Mr.
?ud Mrs. Lewis Wiinnanioker for a piore of
tluir wedding cake to dream upon. May
their life bont be piloted through tranquil
waters, and., their future be" strewn with
flowers of rcrcnuiai Llaoin, is the wish of
DR. A. C. D UK ES?
Continues at his cent raj stand, and keeps
fctcadily on hand a full supply of pure and
hcallhgiving drugs. He has also a supply .
of fine BPgars, candies, toys he. Asdslcd
by the gcniul nnd mild mnnnercd Sherrod
Reeves, the Doctor must over continue to do
a good businoss. His medicines, regar s,
toys and candies arc splcn lid.
J*. D UFFIE?
This is one of the best conductors oi the
South Carolina Railroad, lie at ten-Is to
his business in a manner that has made him
liosts of friends wherever ho is knovn.
Many persons who like to havo a snt wb'do
traveling invariably inquire. "Warnt is
Duffio1 going down ?" Ho wont let n .-loepy
passenger take tip two scats whilo of.tri
Imvc to stand up. Long may In wave.
THE GREAT SHOW?
In addition to the Fifty Cayes of Animal*
tiro tho 6 Golden Chariots, the Massive Tableau
Car* of Crimson and Gold, tho AlayuifiotHt
Pony Chariot, tho Slpendid Rand Wagons,
<ho Golden Cars of the Conquerors, all of
which can bo witnessed in tho grand street
display,. which tnkce place on Wednesday
December 2d, that bein? the day Old John
Robinson's Great Show visits Orangeburg.
Don't forget tho date, Wednesday
Deo ember I'd. '
Judgo Thompson II. Cookc is a very promi
nent candidate for Judgo of this Cirouit.
Judge Cooko has. won bright lourols for him
self upon tho bench in the up-country and
wc have no doubt would, if elected to this
Circuit, give entire satisfaction.
CEO. H. CORNEFjSON?
That shrewd and sterling merchant speaks
to his readers in a new stylo to day in our
advertising columns. His army of custom
ers will do themselves no hurui by turning
to his advertisement at once and those who
uro not in Iiis crops, may lorn something
good for their souls by paying his mam
moth store a visit mutanter. Those who
liavn't got a horse should sad lie a cow at
once and conic to Cornelsoii'a and be
DEATH OF COL. R. /> E TU E VI LL E?
This esteemed gentleman of tho old rejimr
of South Carolina died at his rcsiden :c in
Buninicrvillc at 7 o'clock on Wednesday night
of this Wiek. II?: was a graduate of West
Point, and has been lor years identified with
the Par of this Stale, and was regard: I as
one of its brightest lights. He lived a life
of usefulness t?> his Stale, and leaves behind
him a void we fear that will nol soon be
Riled in up new South Carolin i. He was
seventy four years of age at his d -ath.
His advertisement will bo fount ill to
day's Ni.ws. We bad thought that he was
.'o well known ns not to think of using pri -
ter's ink, ht.t ycl wc fi?il him to-day num
bered among our list of adrctisars. We
are glad he remembered us. An 1, Mit, it
.-hall be our pleasure to give you value re
ceived. Just continue to keep goo 1 grocer
ies, liquors, alts &c, (as j oil nre doing now)
and it shall be >vell with yo.u Y hi shall be
pa ronized by the Lev!to and the Samari
THE LAST OF MR. JONES?
On Saturday hist this deeeisod citi/."nof
Ornngrbiirg was burhd, an 1 now all that
rests of him in earth i* his mortal remain',
which sleep quietly under the turf in the
C itl olio *?. rave yard at this place. The
lunir.il rites were pcrfjrnicl by llev. I'ati
c." \ olgo with that solemnity so peculiar to
t! e btlliul icrvices of the Catholics. The
proccssh 11 wliH h fTowed the dec-a--' d fro a
his residence to bis last resting pi:--, wi
composed of cur best citizens', and their
measured and solemn tread I old ton well that
one of Oriingcburg's old landmarks was
gone. May he re t in pa ice.
I RA.\ TZ IJRJUUMAXXr
Tili* \ tiling f.e:ith man is modest and siiml!
in I'liysjipie but it is a fact; ns iucontriver
t!hle us the dei th of Julius Ctcsar, t at h s
stock of select family groceries is n >t to bs
comprehended in the phrase, "A moderate
apply of good things Iii tat. His s n:? is
literally crammed. Tlie ;o'.*y Pill Vinco s
j ri small m m, btl h ? has t.? go sid j \v lys to
: tit 1 end to his ct.stomrrs sometimes. Prank's
stors is full of just such articl-s ns only a
tir.it class grocer would show to an qrange
burg public. Those good country folks who
are fond of soin-thing nio-3 to oil 0.1 S in I ly
should cull at Midler's old stand duri'ig tho
week; i-iir town cj denies, lite connoisseurs
of what it takes to 'preid a goo 1 table, al
remly know that at Pran'z Driggmann is
I her lace to make purchases.
1 ???>.?. t?1 .
MURDER OF BUTLER G1IOLSOX?
On Sunday-night last a dastardly murder
was committed iu our usually quiet Town
From the fno IS reported to us it appears
that the deceased, QlinUon, 0:11110 in poss
ession of rumors, affecti.ig his wife, and,
desiring to g<d at tho bottom of them, re
quested bcr to walk with him to the person
whom he suspected as being the one that
caused them to obtain circulation. This
individual was no other than the murderer,
Williaiii'Auld. Uholsou's wife ?-?o.nented to
accompany him, ami in passing up Kussel
Street they met Attld in front-of IliaStore
of Messrs Hull, Scovillc & Pike, tiholson
said to him, "Auld, tome here, I want to
sc,e you," to which the hitter replied, "if
you want to sec me, you come here."
Qholsoli thereupon jyeiil to Auld, and too!;
him gently by the col.ar of his oat and
hogged him to Step olio sido with him. Auld
refused, Mid upon (Hudson importuning him
the Second lime, he drow a pistol and said,
"Take that you d-n s-n of a b-'i." Qbolsou
staggered, fell ?o the ground and expired
in a few moments. It is said that Aul I was
endeavoring to borrow cart ridges nil day
Sunday, bat failed to obtain any. Tho
murder was committed with a Smith &
Wessen live shooter, which upon examina
tion WttS found to have hud but one chamber
loaded. Auld w.is arrested and is noiv in
juil. A Corioner'a inquest was held ovor
tho body of the deceased, and a Pott Mortem
examination mado by Dr. S.illoy and Dr.
Dukes. A verdict whs rendered in accord
ance with the facts.
Tho nights now arc cold. A crowd of
blankets is a necessary requisite to one's
GEO. H. CORNELSON
I would respectfully call tbo nttcntion of my CUSTOMERS and the PUBLIC in gen
eral to I be fact tu at 1 am now receiving an entirely NEW STOCK of
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE,
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS,
Crockery, Glass, Wood and Willow
,'nd EVERYTHING IN MY LINK, especially selected for tho CHR13TMAS TRABE, also
u large ad lition to my Mock of
11n s ENABLING EVERYBODY to SHINE in a BRAN NEW SUIT for Christin i?.
I continue to buy COTTON, KICK, PEAS, CORN, etc., at the HIGHEST MARKET
I'll !('???' as usual.
Hoping to receive n LARGE SHARE of your patronage, I remain respectfully yours,
(JKO. 11. CQHNEfj?UN.
S^VE YOUE MONEY
BY BUYING VOUR
Groceries, Liquors and Segars
HAZL1TT & OO.'S
??HYGIENIC TONIC BITTERS." its ingredients arc strictly VE
prescribed by all eduetit id Physicians in their practice.
O. D. KOBTJOHN
IETAHLE, and a i
WK TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO OUR "PATRONS and the PUBLIC
r one rally ihat tve have increased oar
STOCK OF MERCHANMSI
And hiivi i:g rented the STORE of Mr. J. P. II AR LEY, at tho Cornor of Russall and
Rroughtoii Streets, wo are now prepared to serve you at either Store.
Mr. .1. W. MOSELEY will continue tho Businoss at our OLD STAND, Corner Ruisoll
and Market Streets.
Mr. ROBERT COPES takes oharge of the NEW STORE, where will be found at
idi|.cr place, a well selected stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE. " - ?i? -
Thuiik.iig you for yoi.r former pnlr-nng'o we respectfully solicit a continuant ot
J. W. MOSELEY. 110 UK KT COPES
sept 17 1871 _ If
Comprising the REST BRANDS of
" Pine Apple.
MINES, L1RU0RS, SI.GARS and TOBACCO of the Best Brands. All of which I
;untniitee vill plmn loth in quality and price.
iiKJllKST ASH PlilOES given for all Country Produce
AT W. T. MULLE IPS OLD STAND,
S. II. Flour,
I ai d.
Silver drip Syrup,
" Sitr lines,
" Green Corn,
English \\ ulntits,
French t ?on feet ion cry.
C. WEST & SONS,
THE BEST OIL IX USE.
Warranted 150 Degrees Fire Test.
WATER WHITE IN COLOR.
Am) it Will Not Explode.
It burns in till Coui Oil Dml Keiesenc Lump?.
TRY IT. Aok for "Alntldiu Security,"
and take nu o III or.
C. WEST & SONS.
IIS ami 115 W. Lombard St.,
oct -Jl?24 Rait i more, Md.
Land for Sale.
A ISAStdlAIN.?About 1000 norcs of
LAND in Middlo Township, well settled.
(Jill House with Gin and Grist Mid. HI ick
Bliiitli Shop and Tools. In one parcel ut
at $8.20 per acre. Terms easy.
Farm on Old Orangoburg Road, 7 miles
from town?2?~?0 acres. Price ?1070. Well
settled. Terms easy.
One Store and Lot in Or.ingeburg.
On* Iluihling Lot on Russell St roe*.
AUG. R. KNOWLTON,
Attorney at Law,
sept 17?tf Orangcburg, S. C.
Dr. A. 0. DUKES
Has just received a fuil supply of
PAINTS, OILS, kc.
Also a lot of lino CIGARS and TORACCO
all of which will be sold cheap for cash.
sept ? IS71 1
Thal fine two story STORE ami LOT on
Church Street, lately occupied by the
Citizens Savings Hank an I Mr. Kirk
Lobinson, fronting Court House Square.
Terms reasonable. Apply to
JOHN 1). STIMM A N Esq., or to
1ZLAU ?v 1)1 RULE.
Orangeburg S. C.
oet. 10 1874 3m.
Valuable Plantation for
l or sale the PLANTATION below Howe s
Pump, on the Hirer Road, known as the
HILL PLACE, containing live hundred and
thirty-six acres. On the place there is a
good DWELLING HOUSE, with necessary
Terms made easy.
A) ply to the undersigned on the place or
by letter addressed to Rowc 's l'unip, S. C.
oet 8? tf LA It
Has a FRESH SUPPLY of TURNIP and
CA DRAGE SEEDS for Fall planting.
All Seeds warranted.
TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
<>r Orange burs.
MOSES M. DROWN, tho Harber, pledges
himself to keep up with the times in all the
late Improvements, as his business is Buflt
eicnt to guarnntce the above. He will be
found at his Old Stand ever ready to serve
his customers at the shortest notice.
a pi 11 80
Positively the Only Large Show that will Exhibit in
DURING TUR TRAVELING SEASON OF 1874.
Wednesday December 2d.
INDISPUTABLY TllE LARGEST EXPOSITION IN THE WORLD
THOUSANDS OF LIVING ANIMALS,
M VIM ADS OF IIIKDSi COLONIES of MONKEYS,
schools OF AMPHIBIA, MILES OF REPTILES
No Impossibilities Promised; we guarantee lo Exhibit ?11 we Represent
OUR MATCHLESS ORGANIZATION Embraces the Lnrgeat and mo3t Complete
Menagerie, Aviary and Aquarium
IN THE WORLD, CONTAINING LIVING SPECIMENS OF OUR
CREATOR'S GREAT HANDIWORK,
;- Th'if went in ttco <(>:<! tiro, unto Noah into the Ark,
The wale and tin- female as God had commanded Noah."
Among which are the followiu?? Special Novellist, win :'.t wj urn'.oa to Kt'iih-* m ?i
MONEY WILL RE REFUNDED. or tV?
We will EX III HIT at each Place the GREAT SHOW visits
A Herd cf Living Giraffes, Costing $62,000 in gold!
A RLACK SUM AT RAN RHINOCEROS !
Tili: LARGEST PERFORMING ELEPHANT IN AM ERIC V
A GIANT OSTRICH, 12 FEET HIGH.
MONSTER SLA LYONS.
A :i Horned and 3 Eyed Bovine from the Holy Land,
THE ONLY ONE EVER EXHIBITED.
STRICTLY MORAL CIRCUS,
Embracing over 100 STAR ARTISTS, TWO MAMMOTH DAND3?10 MUSICIANS.
Gorgeous Street Display?FineHl in lue World!
DOORS OPEN AT 12:30 AND C:80 P. M.
ORANGEBURG, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2d,1874.