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AVe will publish the charges of bis
Honor Judge Heed, in nur next issue.
\Vo;enlI e.llei >n to the advertise
nient of the sale et'a line business1
stand [?in main street.
Judge Heed was severe in nearly all
of his sentences. Tue Judge, very
properly, docs not believe in mil I;
ai.d water justice.
A cotton plant, seven or tight in
ch's high from the hold of Mr. .1. W.
Way has been laid upon our table.
Who can beat this?
The Installation of lie v. (i. A.
Hough as 1'astor of the Lutheran
Church will '.aho place to-morrow,
any visitors will be welcomed. Their
pew Organ will be used for the first
time on that occasion.
Mrs. iv/.ekiel certainly deserves,
and we gratefully oiler ntiv thanks
lor a lot of tine early cabbages sent
us the other day' they lot med quite
an addition to oar table, and wi re |
highly enjoyed by all hands.
Sec Or. A.C. Dil kes* ad vert iscmeii I
of "Green's August Flower." We are
told that it works wonders, (lo and
get. a sample vial at least, and while
you arc at the Hectors, sample bis
soda water too. It is good;
The Ladies oi' the Baptist congre
gation continue their Ice cream festi
vals on Friday evenings at the Fire
man's Hall. Their object, is a good
one?to purchasr an organ for their
church, and we are glad to hear that
they are making considerable pro
The present (.rand Jury is a fear
less and faith fid body, and we are sat
isfied that the committee appointed to
investigate the affairs of the county,
namely: Col. J. C. Kdwards, .1
"WallaeC Cannon ami George Wit.
liatns, will perform their whole duty
We regret to announce 'he serious
illness.of Mr Luther Uahsdale, at bis
residence in tIds place, it is to be
earnestly hoped that a kind l'rovi
.b hoc will .-pare him for years yet to
his family, and numerous friends.
.Sinei- wrilwrs 'he above wo b'arn that
.Mr. II. >s improving.
bis cus'bihors, and at moderate price-.
Mi1. ( 'harliy C fiirels, sind John
.t.re his coadjut.i y.% an.! are always
?ready and willing to wait upon hav
er-- Mr. Kort john's cigars are excel
Mr. C. A. l?ley, son of W. L. W.
Kileyi F.sq., has returned from INutgh
keejisic, N. Y. \vh re he has beeil at
College. He graduated with much
credit lb himself, and is now ready I >
begin the battle of life on hi- own ac
count. We wish him success in his
J. K. Iilaekuian, Ivq., of the A'-/'
ami Co'uricv wa> in attendance upon
the ('oilri of Sessions the present week,
representing that paper. He wa
besieged by those who wantcd hiin to
slander their superiors. No wonder
he left, before Court adjourned.
Black man, we felt for you.
It is with melancholy regret that we
announce the death, .on Wednesday
last, of the only child of Sir. (1. W.
Baxter. We extend to the bereaved
family our sincere sympathies. Their
lost one was a very interesting child,
and we know its absence, from the
family circle, will be borne with pain
and anguish by it.- parents.
W. K. CllOOK?
Can boast of as m at a grocery store
ill there is in any town in the Slate.
His groceries arc; always fresh, and
just the kind for family purposes Hi*
motto is (o live and let live. Hence,
his customers never fail lo get bar
gains at his store. Give him a call
and save your money.
?~?n.ioicr- ? ? ? ^uaoM?
Among the cases disposed of during
the recent term of the Circuit Court
was the case of Dukes vs. Del lay,
which had become quite a ants*
cclchre. The case bad been on the
docket since bST'2 und numerous
issues both of law and fact were
involved. The liual decree was
rendered on Thursday May 15.5th, by
which the defendant's ditelh is to be
re-opened, the same having been kept
shut up by an order of injunction for
three years Malcolm I. Ilrowuiug
Ivq., represented the defendant ami
Messrs I dar & Dibble for tlie p'ain
lid'. The combat of I he ca e r? tit et .
great credit upon the cotub) 1 cue ig< d.
The Grand ?Jury presented Wesley
Washington for cursing Ihe Solicitor,
and recommended thai the (Merk he
required lo make him enter into sure
ly for his go id hcheavior, or he sent to j
Jail. Judge lice I or Yr d the Clerk
t.i issue a m it warrant for the chap,
and put him under a bond ol' six
hundred dollars, or he committed.
Washington has abscondeo,biitoi? -els
are on the look 0.11 for him. This
much good :!;'? present fearless Graml
[Jury have already acei luplisliod.
Irischer is a prince of good lolidws,
I while perhaps, he docs n?.t know "how
1 lo hep a hotel" !.e certainly knows
how to keep a complete grocery, d j
' a wel! stocked and w< 11 kept oar. . nis
we knvw "for stire!' as his (ianyinedo
walked quietly iiii.6 our .sanctum a
few days since and deposited a waiter
of good thing.- well calculated lo plea-"
our I'ldilorial palates. We had an inti
mation some lime since from I'ischer
ol this aliair, bird must confess lo sur
prise al llie Champagne; ?egais, Ice,
and?hut hohl up, we ean't I' ll all.
ir. i t.i.ACi-: vaS xox?
This geiitlciuati always has an eye
lo I he ihlresl of bis1 patrons, and never
allows his stock to run down. And
no belter evidence ?>!' his success need
be vVahtCtl shah thoexUdidve use lb
makes of printer's ink. Those who
soil great quantities of goods, can af
lord to advertise, while those whose
customers are few and far between,
cannot, ailbrd to spend money for tub
vertisiiig; bccaitic their income is loo
scanty. Cannon does ti lively busi
ness, and like a progressive man, he
finds it; profitable do itivcsl a paid, of
his profits in printer's ink. And it
pays him. Witness his success, and
you will say.(hat his head is level, lie
makes quick sales, and sell; goods low.
Let one anil all drop in and see him.
.1 SMALL col.IA I'll -
Our efficient Clerk of the Court,
whom the Grand Jury so highly
coin pi I hi im ted for (he neatness, and
good order of his office, was
carried before his Jloriori Mayor
Moseley, on Wednesday last, for light
ing in i ho si reels, and fiiic.'il one dob
jar. The Mayor considered that the
Clerk had hecti grossly slandered by
the party he chastised, ami vi rv pro
"perly placed a moderate fine upon him.
Considering the cireumslances nil
TT-.V.^^^I r v.v.r1. gTjT.'rt pi Cf? UCti
ii"u 'given t:i Mr. Uolivor, we caiiubi
extend much sympathy -11 the whip
ped parly, or wish that his ha I had
!!??: gone up into the air. Mr. 15.
sohl his ail versa ric's back Id the dust,
with one straight sockdolager from
his Shoulder, wide!: spraiiul his hand
.-liglilly. Except thi<i ami tin- dollar
lie laid l<) pay, he came out al!
AI a regular meeting of the Or
angeburg lirass Hand the following
olliceil wi re e ci ted :
Captain, .7. Hammond Pordliain.
1st and 'Jd, Limit. Wesley Meyers
and Peter Mel-all.
l>t an.! -Jd, Sergeant, Cephas Mil
ler ami William C. L? lover.
Coporal, C. S. Fleming.
Major, M. Jiralcsford.
Seel. T. T. Harwich.
Tres. J. C. Diekson.
"Capt. ?lack" as he is generally
called who is the organizer of this
Bund desires us to say that he is pa
tiently waiting tin- actions of the sub
scribing iilcinlit rs, never was a sei of
young men more hungry for music
than his twenty, he promises to please
us with music sixty days from the
time he is in possession of instru
The following sentences were pro
nottneod by Jtidgc lleeil, al the close
of the .Sessionsof Courl on Wednesday
'1 he Slhlp vs. Jess. Uriggmann,
indictment for burglary and grand
Ittreonry?Sc nIe i i ee?two years in the
I'eheteuliary al hard labor.
The Strilu vs. Richard Wilson, in
dict moiil grand larcenry?same sen
The Si ate v-. Amos Jones, for pctil
larceiiry?Henlehco ? nine, moths in
l'enitciitiary al hard labor.
The Stale vs. K.-ati Hill, resistance
lo ponce officer?Sentence?one
month in County Jail.
'fhc Slate vs. A in h rose IY'arson
.?.11110 olfchce?two week.- in jail.
The State vs. Murray Uobinson jr,
iiliil William h\ Uobiuson, indictment
for malic ions killing hound dog- two
cases - -Sentenced to pay. $25.00, for
the two, in cat h case, and cost, or he j
commitlcd lo ? county jail for our j
Tlic Mint oii Dungaree.
Columbia is eeilaiiily becoming a
city ol sensations. Kon w times lliey
come singly, like tlie Fnrker, and
IJowt'iy, ami Smalls wonders, tind
sometimes lliey <?>'!tn.> together; a; *li* 1
the County eoniini.-siohor.-i*Ihiseb.iiiid
(hu iliaiii tiitl ilash; but Ihe latest seil
sal ion is ihe discovery of a gang; ?l
counterfeiters within (he walls i?filic
penitentiary. Ii seems incredible thai
weshould, ai'iil without our knowledge^
have unoii the banks of I Ii" (iiu an u
an auxiliary mini, ami yet - v.- b is Iii? j
fact. For some lime past, several !
cigar dealers and other merchants
ft ttiicl tho number of niekb s in their \
drawers on the increase. Tlie parties
presenting them were watched and
Ibund to be guards am: others having
business with tlie penitentiary.
An investigation lield yesterday
disclosed the fact that for sonic lime
past United Stales nieklo live cent
peiees have been manufactured at the
above named penal institution. The
names of all the parties engaged in
this nefarious business have not yet
been made public. It is known, how
ever, that George TlintitpFou, th.* con
vict recently pnrdniicd. is the man
who was discovered circulating- thth'n |
iu this city, t * tit it i.; impossible lie J
could manufacture thchi tutassisled.
it is even rumored that some of the I
guards are mixed up in the business, j
There i- but little doubt, if any, that
soinc of the guards are no better than
the criminals they watch over. It
was only oil Saturday that one of
them was sentenced to live years in
the institution for murdering a con
vict; another was tried at the last
session of the court for larceny. It
is but a few days ?inec live of the con
victs either connived with the guards
while out at work and wer'* pcrihitlcd
to escape, or which is as bad, cut their
way, unarmed as they were, through
their armed guardsmen. To this the?
add the almost ineiGdiblc crime, under
the oi mi instances, of coiiiitcrtcitiiig;
The public mind is being prepared b\
cr.sy stages for anything- up to a
general revolt. Wo trust Colone! T.
\V. I'artiielc, the new siipcniitljiidchi,
wi 1 put the screws down at btieC, and
reduce the disorder and negligence so
pa hi fully apparent to a state oi'tlie
most rigid discipline. He can do it,
and the confidence of the people in
his ? termination to do it is unshaken.
Ofli'ecrs were on the track of
Thompson last night.
T.UJ: Nt.W Sl'KClK.
Further evidence oflhc eoitnterfeii
ing at t!?e penitentiary was brought
to liglit yesterday, and a thorough
inspection and investigation b&ihjo
prisoners and the buildings made by |
Cob Farmolo, the sup6riiitendcht;raiicl
i)cpuly United States .Marshal Can
ton. The spurious coin was made
from lend taken 'from the;roof df the
ylioe shop, and cast in mould.- made
fro in dies formed of the genuine live
cent piece. K very thing connected
w ith the manufacture of the''counter
feit stuff has been captured, and a
small rpiaiitity of the base moi.ey.a
sample of which can he seen in our
otliee. It is a poor substitute for tlie
fiiic, bright iiicklc of Uncle Sam. Kill
a few days will elapse until all en
gaged in the business will he. in the
hands pf United States officers.? L'nioh'
'flirre is ho rase i>t" Dyspepsia that
(i'recn's August Flower will not cure, t'onie
to the Drug .Mote ol' Dr. A. <'. DCKKS,
aad inquire tthottl it. If yen mi tier from
Costivene>s, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach,
Indigestion, Liver Complaint, or derange-!
incut of the System, try it. Two or three
dosts will relieve you.
Uoichce's Ciclinim Syrup is now sold iii
every town ntul city in llic United States
NVc have not less than live hundred biters
from Druggists, saying it in the best inedi
ciiie ihey ever sold for Consumption, Throat
6r laing di-'a-e. Sample hottbj of cither
lo conIs. Kegnlai size 75 ct.<
Dil. A. 0. DUN MS'.
a l/NQNNl J
SURE CUKE OR A FORFEIT OF ONE
tit < >se si i i'i-i-:i:i x<;
\A\YA\ COM PLAhXT,
1SI;t Ki or "Kc>iiin 1<
For h Never-Failing lit niedy,
(riHTJilIy (Ii; covered und known
(o but one person in flic Unit'<l
l-'eiii:deS with debilitated constitutions
(of ~io-it or long duration) vigorously
ivdoied in a short li;.-...
Ad In .s
CONSTA NT INK,
Ornr.gcbnrg, tt, C.
t liarlcstoii A ? ??- ? iitxl Coitriir and Cobun
hia t'liimi //..cid copy one week and c-ml
lull to this < tfti a.
:?.< I L?l ??
Quick Sales and Small Profits H!
Ifi TIIK i*SiACE TO 53 5J V YOU El
S and SHOEs.
I also have on hand a supply of
Garden and Hand Plows
Which will pay you to call and examine
J. WALLACE QAOT02T.
.1 OHR' O U IS BT
im >!ii:!r;i i;\tn v.
saddlk And iiabnfss .mai?:i;i:.
Heilig t onviiif? -i of i Ii?; necessity of procur
ing a larger st?be ibi-my liuisiN.iiw-'i
ami a favorable opportunity having beim
'.'ranted iiic to obtain such, I lierebv litko th.?
pleasure of informing my friends and cti*
loin eis, iliiii they will liiul me at hie MUCK
STtilvli forinely occupied by Mcmm Kobii
.v. lim., wlicie business will be puueudly at
leuded to in the f.iture.
may 'j'.! 1 '-7"i flm
A" A LU? ill R \l\ 'SiXKto'
2E3 O II S A Es 22.
One L it en Main Strcety recently occu
pied by M. Bich, measuring in front on
Main street thirty-six feet, and rumiiuy
back one hundred f i t. foiming an I., the
li running in rear of bit off. Thome,
measuring 1 -Sx:i5 feet. This i> one of the
best Business Stands in the town of'Onuige
burg. Terms can lio known on application
to Mrs. HKKTIIA hicil
Or Mr. CSE?UvJE B?Ll VEIL
may 22 If
wotics to contractors. "
oKi'iorc bounty commissioners.
buANnTntJin S. 0., May 20th 137?.
Notice is hereby given that the Lake
Bridge*, and Footway, near the Town of
Or.uigeburg. South Carolina; ivil'besohl
mit, at the said Bridges, for repairs lo die
'o.v.-sl Bidder, at !i a. M.,o:ithe ITih lltiy
of June, A. I?. is7?.
Also the Bridge ac.-..s; Poplar- Creel.-,
situated in I'oplar Townshijij in Raid >
County anil State?said work will be sold
out to the lowest Bidder, a', the Bridge, on
lib dav of June, A. I). IS,"?, at 11 o'clock, .
Providence Bridge will also lie sold oat
to the lowest Uiddcr, at the Bridge, on the
?'ili day of June, A. I). 187?.
The nature of the work to be done wi ll be
made known on the days of sale. Parties
interested will lake notice and be present,
and it is important that the said repairs be
made at an early day.
J. P. MAYS,
Chairman of Board of Co. Coru'r*.
Oratigeburg Conn ty.
may 22 1S7"> -It
A1J?7tJ I.VNTRATOKN SA.bK.
Hy virtue of an order of the Probate
Court I will sell at tli? bite residence'of
Mary Zimmerman deceased. All die person
al property of said deceased, on the 1st day of
June IS7?. Consisting of Corn, Fodder,
Bacon, Lard, Wagon, Uces,Cooking Stove,
Terms. Cash, on delivorr.
Mav J?tb l?liK
TIK)-;. 10. RICKK&BACK.EU,
mav 22 187.r? 2t
? T!Te ffinl?"1I'lWWlHI dl Ulintv
ORA XCiEIIUIi( i COU XTY,
In Com mux Pleas.
E. Posa C. Olive'os, widow and )
Executor of tin- will of
Ksidro J. OHvcros, deceased, |
Cliflard Oliveros. Ella Posa OU
ros, Nina Ferdinand Oliveros
ami Bartolo Oliveros and Tlioin
as W. (Hover, Defendants. J
By virtue of the order of the said C?itrt I
will sell at public auction to tlie highest
bidder at Oraugoburg Court House; on the
first Monday in June 1S7?, lining the legal
hours for public sale.-, the following descri
bed Peal Estate of the late Esidro J. Oli
veros deceased, situate in the Town and
County of Orangebnrg, viz:
1. All that certain lot of laud on the
Southern side of Pussell street,,fronting on '
?aid street, 5-1 feet S inches and riming back
2tM feet more or less, bounded East by lot
of Thomas B. Poyd, South by lot lately of
T. K. Sa-portas and Wext by lot of
Theodore Koiui and ITehry Kolin, being
die some lot whereon was located the Drug
store of the lair I>r. Uli venia until the fire
of January 1S7?.
2. All that certain house and .ot on the
Sorthern side of Kussel i st reet continuing
] of an acre, more or lewi, bounded Fast by
lot of Y. Cithan, North by lot of Noman A.
Bull, and \V(Mt by lot of V. Pitthnu, being
the lot sold and conveyed to the late .Dr.
(?livero? by Mm. Maria L. Ntuiflbr by her
deed dated Jsnunry 1.S72, and recorded in
book 12, page IS and l'J in the register*
office for tin Ctmntv;
Terms of sale?One Third Cwdi, and the
Balance on a credit of one and two years
with interest from date of sale, ihc purcluie
er or purchasers to give Bond to the Clerk
of this Court for credit portion of purchase
money, with Mortgage of the premises
purchased, in which Mortgage shall be in
led a covenant for resale in ea*e nf tho
breach of the condition of the bond, and in
case of the bouse and lot on the Northern
side of Bus-e!l street (above mentioned "2*').
The premises shall be insured at the ex
pense of the purchaser, policy shall be
Resigned to the Clerk of this Court, the pur
chaser shall also pay for papers and record
ing, ami in case any purchaser or purchiis
crs fail to comply with the terms of Kale,
the premises purchased, in such instance
will It resold on the ne.it succeeding salts
da v at such former purchaers risk,
brahgeburg II., )
Sberi IPs (illiee. \ E. I. CA IX,
May 1(1, 1S7?. J S. O. C.
mav 22 'M
By virtue of sundry Executions lb me di
rected, 1 will sell to the highest bidder,
at Orangebiirg ('. IL. on die FIKST
MONDAY in June next, for cash, all
the right, litle and interest of tlni De
fendants in the following property, vir.:
A|l that Lot with the Building thereon in
ibe town of ()rangebnrg, fronting on street
running Southward fioin Main or Bussed
street (name unknown) from a point nearly
opposite the I'resbyteriau Church lot, measti
ring on said front till feet and measuring back
MO feet, bounded North by lot of Andrews
and wile, Fast on said street, South by lot
of Vlicker and wife (now Kirk Robinson)
and West by lot of Livingston. Levied on
as properlv of James Cannon at the suit of
IL B. Bice.
Orangi htng 0. II., ") ,
Sberill's Ollhe, [ E. 1. CAIN,
Mav |7, D7 >. J S. O. C.