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O O a. Tj .
ER MEYERS, Assistant Editor.
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day was cold. Fires were
Justice business was lively this
sh fish can bo had almost any
J. L. Hcidtmau has^ becu" ap
ed a' Notary Public for tho Stuto.
ward Argoo aud John K._Wanna
have beeu'nppoiutcd Trial Justi
c two I millfii^tax for Orungeburg
ouity has^bceu amended in tho Houfo
What interest had tho proprietors of
'the Actes and Corn ier in thc fraudu
lent bouds funded by Cardoza.
The President uominatcd on Tuesday
last I Dr. Alonzo Wobstor as Postmaster
last jJL/r. Aioi
A! good advertisement 19 like n bill
of fare at a hotel?ouo docs hot know
how many good things ono is in need of
until ho rends it over.
Rev G S Anderson, corresponding
edypr of tho Working Christian and
ag&t ot Furnian University, will
prJaoh in the Baptist ehurch to morrow
mofning at II o'clock.
There never was any party, faction,
aeci, Off Cabal whatsoever,":!: which the
mostignoraut were uot tho most violeut
for, It bee is uot a busier animal than a
jjlessrs. Bull Scovill & Pike are up
with the times. A beautiful street
lamp now graces their corner. This
wil^ help those who have to walk of
vides that all cases under it shall bo
reviewabloby the supreme court without
icunrd to the sum in controversy.
Mayor Moselcy bus been quite sick
at bis home for several days past. Wc
are glad to hear that he is up again,
uud hope he jwill soon recover his wouted
We notice that the front of Mr J G
Vooe's store has been embellished with
a new and handsome sign, painted by
Mr E G Tobio. Mr V bus a full stock
of dry goods, thoe?, groceries, crockery',
&c. Bargains can bo bad for a little
money at bis storo.
J, H. FORDIIA M% ESQ.?
Wc were sorry to see that his Excel
jnoy saw fit to remove the abovo officer .
W^aW'ari-** intelligent niudV hon@t?
public servant, aud discharged tho
duties of his office to the satisfaction
of tho people generally.
Ghales Folsom, dealer in guns, pis
tols, &o.,' New York, supplies his cus
tomers with as fino article in thc shape
of breech loading guns as there is in
America at tho most reasonable prices .
Wo have seen one that Mr. P G Can
non ordered for a friond of ours, aud it
is a beauty.
The Grand Jury of Lexington Coun
ty have raised tho liquor licenses to two
hundred dollars. This is right, says
tho Dispatch, butfwojuld he|e 'bjOotnbct j
ter had the price beotf raisei to two '
thousand dollars. This is just what
should be done in every county, and w i
trust that our grand jury will do their
part In tho good work.
Delinquent subscribers! Oh delinqu
ent subscribers 11 Why don't you send
us that two dollars you ow? us ? Do you
expopt fo got the fruits of our labor
from pno year to the other lor nothing ?
We f'eav y;o filial! have to publish a list,
of thoso who are in arrears after a
while. You'll see your numo in print
if ycu don't pay up pretty soon.
' 'iMUjoM '? Vi . ?'
MESSRS. T. KOHN& JJRO?
Arc making preparations to build a
brick storo upon tbo ground wbero
their former dry go^l;')5htpofilim stood
Wo wish that (bey may make-haste down
town npain. Things lookout of placo
down there without thorn.
Mr Wullaco Cannon is homo agaiu
all O. K. He is singlo and as jolly as
over, and sells groceries five per coot
below cost. If you don't believe it, yo
local refers to Bill Sain and Charlo s
Hall. They aro Mr Caunon's rofjrouoqa
There was quite a largo crowd if u
town on Saturday last. Several tracts
of land wont off cheap. The '<obl Mar
? - J M \ *
chant place was purchased by Mr .lames
Brown.! Tb? "day 'was **comparitively
quiet. Tangle foot did not claim the
An editor once wrote of a hotel bur
glary: "An cut ranee was obtained by
prying open a window.' Our ''intelli
gent" left the n out of the las', word.
As there was a California widow board
ing at said hotel; there would have beou
ono less "intelligent" had tho error not
been discovered on the press.
Our istrects aro being put iu splendid
condition. Mayor Moselcy seems dctor
mined to give us dry grouud to stand
upon. But say, Mr. Moseley, didn't
we see you on Brougbton street tho
other day ? And didn't it strike you
that a few loads of dirt arouud "thar^'
would improve said street ?
getting his bill reported--cm -In
in the Senate, directing the Ti
Senator Andre ws has succeeded in
to refund tho taxes paid by those who
were recently burnt out. This is right,
aud if our Representatives will give
their attention to it, when it reaches
tho House, they will receive the thanks
of tho people. We hope our Souator
will hurry it through his branch of the
?Til 11 YOUN? -AMERICAS*
Turned out on Tuesday altcrno n last
despite tho dampuess of the weather,
and made a handsome appearance
President Samuel Dibble, aud Mr Ceo
Ucliver, 1st director, were iu full
uniforms. The compauy, we under
stand, contemplate the purchase of a
Bteaui engine, wliich will add greatly to
the security of property-in Orangeburg.
Wo wish the company success iu the
An organ grinder married in Green
villc the other day. The woman who
united her destiny with his could not
understand one word he spoke. An in
terprcter had to be employed during
the marriage ceremony. We don't
know which is the biggist fool of the
two. They courted by signs. Thai
? t \ ' 'S r . . \ *? r-r
part of tho courteb.ip.jnay- have been
pleasant if kuaing was a parfT of the
The Wheeler compromise h is bconac
cepted by the house of representatives.
Tho live members of tho legislature cjeo
ted by DeTrobriand arc seated, which
gives that body to the democrats. The
votes oaBt at tho last election aro to be
con'ntod in Washington, and tho quos
tion as to who was clectod treasurer is
to bo thero decided; and dually Kellogg
is recognized us Governor until tho oud
of his term.
Wo will send for 25 oents one pap or
of our colobratcd seed (best known). In
rich soil they grow five feet in diameter
Address Patrick & Co., Wadcsboro, N.
Ono dollar wildJ^HTro the best family
paper (Pee Cco^^^^Lj\and a paper ol
tho celebrated cowH jft. T he Her
old is a large wcoklre^jy ohaapost in
tho Southern States?always ono or
more original serial stories in it, with
short storios?enough burner aus readiug
in ono paper to mjtko any ope laugh fo r
a woek. Wo refer to all the promin cnt
papers in N. 0. Address Herald
Wadcsboro, N. C.
The Stato Treasurer asked leave of
tho House of Representatives, on Tucs
day last, to read his answer to tho ohar
ges niado against him by tho joint in
vestigating committee. After a long
dobato by S.GrocB, Hayne and Meet/, e
against tho request, aud by Myers
'Henderson, Batupfiold and Boston in
favor of it, tho request was denied by a
vote of 50 to 52, tho speaker having
^c4bftiine. deoidoi that to grant, tho re
quest would be au abrogation of tho
AUGUSTUS Fl SC II Elt
la driving right ahead with his busi
ness, lie keeps his store always sup
plied with first class family groceries,
freilich ho sells low down for cash
Fi* eher returned from Charleston yestor
day ,-whero he purchased something to
please all of his customers. [Iis assort
mont of cigars caunot be surpassed.
To smoke them makes one feel good all
over. Mr. Jimmy Cannon is chief clerk
and bottle washer in his excellent
saloon, and cau fix up according to
Iloyle, gin sliogs, braudy smashes,
cocktails, oca, <fco.
To day, and on all days, [ cau point
with honest pride?a pride which no
committeu, however studiously aud ma
licrousiy'packed, can rob mo of?to a
record of administration of thc State
treasury for the past year wherciu no
one public object lias been deprived of
one doi lar due to it, nor received one
dollar moro than was duo to it.?F. L.
The managers of election in this
County haven't been, paid Vet. About
some thirteen hundred dollars are due
them. Have you "diverted" that fund
Mr. Cardoza? If not, where is- the
The recognition of Kellogg as (lover
uor of Louisina by a votr of 1G3 to SO,
although strongly contested, seems to
have a goud effect on thc fiuuncesof that
State the consolidated bonds going \r\t*
to 5-1, and the 10 per cents aud war
rautsto DO. It mcnly proves that thc
Uli.' et tied stale of affairs has been pio
ductivc of triucif evfl, tihiTtTiaT ttic prom
ise of something settled, no muter how /
repugnant to the fe.dings of the people',;
is Considered as acceptable, and far pre
feruble to the uuecrtain stale ol cxis
truce so lung foil by that much govern
ed. or uugovcrned Stato.
CO CUT HOUSE?
On the 2nd instant the County Com
missioners met for the purpisool con
sidering the advisability ol taking steps
towards coiumepoiug work on the Court
Houso for this County, at an early day.
Mr. Ralph li *15 Howotson, the arehi
toct of tho Columbia Court House, was'
present, and was authorized to dr ift a
plan for thc same, which is to be sub
mitted to the Board in a week orten
dayH. The building is to be fifty feet
wide and one hundred feet long, and
uot to exceed a cost of twenty-live
i housand dollars. We hope the work
will be com men ceil at an early day.
Our County is wealthy and we should
have a Court House to which we can
point to with pride.
A WORD TO BUSY-BODIES?
Wc have frequently hinted that it is
against our Jrulcs lor any person, except
those connected with this office, to read
matter either in manuscript or in
proof, that may be found upon the copy
hook or cases. Our hints have thus
far been unavailing. The positive
YOU MUST STOP THE PRACTICE, Or keep
your distance, is therefore in order.
The NEWS is private property, and so
are the articles written for it, until they
aro printed ami tho paper issued from
the press.* Then they belong to the
public, and wo cannot even prevent
those wH6 do not pay lor the piper, from
giving them a stolen perusal. Busy
bodies, if you can't mind your own
business when in thc Nkws' office, it
would bo better for you to get your
paper always from the postofhec, or jl
uot a subscriber (which is likely tho
ense,) spongo your neighbor's. But
whatever you do don't bother our prin
ters any more.
linos of railroad has
neither is it confine
parts o" tho country^
and rapid transit,
ly pushod lot,
La m i
?>T<>TS<::E? in Eicrcby ?iven of
?_\ the loss or destruction of Certificate
of Deposit No. ;;:!!, Orangchurg Branch,
Citizens Savings Bunk of South Carolina,
\ssued to the lato E. J. Oliveros, deceased,
and also of Deposit Hook No. 9(5, of same
Branch, in the nama of tho said E. J. 011
.voros, in trust, and that I will apply in
Ithroc months from dato for a renewal of the
panic, dnd for such dividends a? may accrue
Uercon, to the Trustee und Committee of
ho fcaid Bunk, al Columbia, S. C.
E. KOSA C. OLIVEROS,
nnir 6?1 am Cm Qualified Executrix.
u the fftiatriot 4'oart of" .'lie
, UNITED STATES ? t OR TUE EAST
ERN DISTRICT OP SOUTH CAROLINA ?
IN BA N K RUPTCY?IN THE MATTER OF
HI ADDEUS K. SASPOUTAS, BANKRUPT,
|!0 WHOM IT .MAY CONCERN?The
kndorsigncd hereby gives notice of his ap
biufmonl as Assignee of Tha Ideas K. Sas
ortus, cf Orangchurg, in the County of
rangeburg, and State of South Carolina,
it inn said District, who has been adjudged
Dankt umpt upon his own petition by the
fisiiict Court of said Dis.rict dated at.
Ca., tho Ith day of March
P. V. DIBBLE,
\ DISSOLUTION OF
'ho firm of strauss street is this
i dissolved by mutual consent. All
P'i|ties indobtbd to the firm vrill make pay
it to Mr. james 51. FOWL es, who is
liorizc 1 to make settlement for us.
j. j: street.
)nii:gcburg, s. c., February 2411), 187 5.
I'ho undersigned have this day formed a
partnership, under the firm name of J.
ItAUSS & co., for the purpose of con
oiing n rice and quist MILL and saw
vj j. j. street,
.ias. II. FOWL es.
Hob. 27 1S7? ly
Cpieatum s Champion Proli
Fhis CttTTON was grown in .teirer?on Co ,
orgin, and is'lie 'jest that tins ovor been
l litis Comfy. It will produce
on four to six bags to the acre. SEED
n bo procured from Bull, Scovillo & I'ike
Ornugoburg, with dirootious how to
fob 27 lB7.r> 2t
All persons who hayo engaged COTTO N
SED from me will please cull for tho sumo
mice. Others vho aro in want of a few
isholS of line COTTQN SEED can be Btip
Icd l?v calling on,
P. If. W. BRIGGMANN.
Ich M 1S7? 8t
1ACON, Dry SnU.
H AMS, bnggog.
PEA Kb (MUST,
ALE and S HQ ARS,
Of all Kinds.
HAZLITT * CO.'S bitters.
ORANEBURG DRUG STORE
DR, L G. WANMMKER
Can be fouud a complete Stock of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICTNES, TOILET ARTICI
PAINTS, OILS, FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCOS, I &c.
I beg lenvo to exproas my GRATEFUL THANKS to the PUBLIC for/fho Liberal
Support givon me heretofore, and poiicit a continuance of the same. .1 v/ill diligently
serve the good people of this County and vicinity as PRACTICAL COVfPOUNDJ?R of
MEDICINES, both DAY and NIGHT, and assure strict and prompt attention to aU orders
entrusted to my euro /
??r PARTICULAR ATTENTION givon to the PURITY of MEDICINES, -t?*
leb 20 35 1875 / ly
IF YOU "W?NT
Dry Goods, Groceries, ^Fobaceo, Shoos, &c,
BEAR IN MIND that it may be rfreatly to YOUR. INTERS3T to exam
ino the Stock, of S~
SISTRUNK & RISER,
Before purchasing elsewhere.
They meto be found in^thc NEW STORE in ro*r of Mea
JOVILL & PIKE, and will,bo glad at all times t) see thoir fr?rfl
Ono month fri>m dato I shall file with tho
Probate Judge of this County my final
account | us Administratrix of Benjamin
Rush nuU ask for my discharge as such
Orangeburg Co., S. C. Feb. 13 18/76.
feb 13 1875 8t.