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Judge Knowltoh left for Columbia
Call at Kirk Robirisou's nnd get
your fancy things for Christmas.
Mr. J. G. Vose advertises a new
supply of everything that families
will need during the holidays.
Dr. Dukes has a collection of toys
hud other goods for the holidays that
he offers cheap.
Mr. C. D. Kortjohn has made a cross.
ing from his side of the street over the
way. Where's the wound? See?.
If the oftice of Trial Justice is made
elective this^e^mmuni^y win no happy j
in haviqg an opportunity to vote for
a gooci man?AV. II. Girardcau.
Corneteon is doing a lively business.
The accommodating and lively (J. W.
B. is still there, and always prepared
to wait on customers.
We call attention to the advertise
incut of August Fischer. Those who
desire something good for Christmas
can get it at his store. Louis, Boyd,
and'Buz?rdt, arc there to wait on
There arc two times in a man's life
when he eagerly .scans the newspaper
?once, when he has failed tu have
any use for a special marshal; and,
again, when he is looking for a puff.
The AfiM*",s aiu/ Courier of the Gill
instant says: "The MeroneylIor.se
in Orangeburg is for sale. Brand new.
und a fine chance for anybody who
knows, how to keep a hotel." This
item we cheerfully reprint.
W. Berry Murphey, Ks<p, has re
ceived the appointment < f Trial Jus
tic- for Brauel.villc. Mr. Murphey
is a young lawyer of brilliant promise,
add wo judge, will make a good of
Mr. J. 1'. Sain embarked upon the
sea of niatriomony on Thursday la-t,
hy rutting his destiny with that, of a
fair daughter of Mr. Win. SVy.lro.
\Ve wish iVir hoth bride r.tnl groom a
glorious and happy future.
Mr. Townsnud W'tiHe has a. model
'farm for sale nWnU a mile from town.
<-?i?>;ir-'.i?.'_r s*if about ;birt\-live acres, i
^ be buildings on lib- place lire, iii ex '
<-i II nt order, and any one in want of
<\ pretty liMiue caii'get a bargain b\
vailing mi bio*.
i.ufa? ? - - i.
Mr. C. li. Jones has a loll Supply of"
(?'i v goo Is. groi'erb-s. hardwa.'c, crock*
??CV-, Inhaeeos aod cigar.% ivllieli he
??Ibas low down tor cash; Those who
like in deal with a merehnnt who is
liooi^t in all bis Irun.-tt.etions sh ? dd
lud tic il .-. point in call mi Mr. .Junes.
Those of our renders who desire
hvst tdass dry good.-- or groceries
nh'iiifil mi//.-<? a point .t?i call at the
store of Briggmunn and Reilcker on
the corner. The}' have a very
large stock ou bttml> and oiler rare
inducements to customers.
No one denies the fact tbat Wallace
Cannon is one of the best men in
Orangeburg. Iiis large crowd of cus
tomers know this, and never forgot to
give him a call when on a visit to the
Burg. His stock is varied, and most
anything one wants can be bad at. his
J. Wallace Cannon received a
boquot. from the State Capital tin?
other day which bo keeps in his safe
during the day and under bis pillow
in tho right; It is said that he has
bad some remarkable, dreams lately,
and because they have not been real
ized as yet, he is troubled muchly.
BoqtlCts arc. bad things lor a young
man to dream on. j
Christmas is coining and Mr. C. D.
Kortjohn is preparing for the happy
day hy replenishing his already large
and varied stock, Kortjohn is a mer
chant with a very large heart, and
soils his g?ods low down. His coa<l
jutors, Messrs. Gehrels and Till are
the embodiment of politeness, and
mako it a rule never tr. allow a cus
tomer to go away dissatisfied.
We had the pleasure of witnessing a
performance by the Orangcburg Va
riety Troupe on Wednesday night
last. The troupe is made up of ama
teurs, and should rtceivc the en
couragement of our people. Some of
their local bits arc excellent, aud will
not fail tobring down the. bouix at
tho entertainment they propose to
give shortly. W. E. McMichac',
Esq., is the accomplished leader of
tho troupo, and wo wish it every slic
Senator Andrews has introduced in
the Senate a bill to make the office
of Trial Justices elective in this
county. Also bills to incorporate the
Orangeburg and Santce Railroad, to
repeal the lien law, and to amend the
law relating to tho granting of di
vorces in this State. f
The funeral sermon of the father of
J. Hammond Fordham, Esq., was
preached in Charleston on Sunday
last by the Rev. Wm. B. Yates,
which melancholy circumstance, to
gether with that of the sickness of his
mother, conspire to detain him in
Charleston. Ml. F. has our sympa
PREPARE FOR WINTER?
Don't let the cold winds ofwuiter
find your windows without sashes, or
good whole doors, but have them
fitted, at once from the manufactory
of Mr. P. P. Toale, whose advertise
ment is in another column.
lie is also sole ngent for the "Na
iional Mixed Paint Co., who warrant
their paint not to crack, peel or fade.
Any one can apply it.
It is thought by some that the offi
ces of County Auditor and Treasurer
will be made elective. If every coun
ty in this State were as well suited as
ovirs is in this respect, there would be
no necessity lor this. Our Treasurer
and Auditor are pre-eminently the men
for the positions which they occupy,
and it is our opinion that if their con
tinuance in office were left to the peo
ple, tbat no change would be made.
Mr. T. W. Alhcrgotti is receiving
daily a large and well selected supply
of Christmas toys which lie will sell
low for cash. The father-: ami mothers
4 who arc in the habit of making pre
sents to their little ones during tbc
holidays, can find anything they want
at Mr. Alhcrgotti's. His bread, pies,
cakes, nuts, candies, fruits, etc., are
unexcelled. Call on him t! you want
to be happy on Christmas day.
The Abbeville Mciltiun man has
been pitching into the "Saudhillors"
of Lexington again, which has roil
ed the feelings of the Lexington
putc/t editor who goes for I Tempil ill in
the fol'owiilg manner:
"Well, this }i->'>r nufiimn man can
well bo excused fur penning those
lines, for he had hot i'extoVercd from
t.e chVets of (hat mean whi.-kov.
which be is in i Ik habit of drinking,
and bail loaded up With while in
Columbia dining-. Wo will
now b-J (be pi i ?r lei low rest with that
' indignant cumtcnipt he aa justly do
jserves at tbc hands of all 1 vspeetable
I A meeting of the taxpayers of
I Orangeburg county was organized at
j the Court House on the (lib in.-t., by
the election of Dr. W. l-\ Harioii
Chairman and Dr. W. F. Bates Sec
The following resolutions were in
troduced by .Mr. Win. M. Ilutson
and a.doptcd :
Hvmft'wf, That in the opinion of this
meeting, the taxes threatened to be
imposed lipon the people of South
Carolina by the bill now pending in
the Legislature* are enormous in
amount, uncalled for by the necessi
ties of an honest government and
should be sternly resisted by an op
pressed and outraged people.
J'e&ih ed, That the Delegation from
Orangeburg county be, nnd are here
by called Upon to use every effort t.o
save our already impoverished people
fro.ri the cnormotis nnd oppressive
taxation propos'-d by said bill, and
from any special taxes for this county
at. a time like the present.
Ectotret/, Tbat a committee of three
be appointed forthwith hy the chair
man of this meeting to nominate a
.delegation of five delegates and five
alternates to represent this county in
a convention of the taxpayers of the
Stute, to be held in Columbia on the
Nth inst., and that the chairman of
said delegation be authorized to fill
any vacancy that may occur in Colum
Tho chairman appointed Mr. Win
M. Huts?n, Capt. Edward Felder and
Cant. John L. Moorer to make nomi
The following 'named gentlemen
were then nominated and unanimous
Capt. John 8. Bowman?Capt. Jno
L. Moorer, Mr J. G. ICeitt, altern
ates; Mr. W. W. Culler, Dr. j. A.
Keller; Dr. W. S. Barton, Dr. W. T.
C. Bates?alternates; Dr. W. *T.
Wannamakcr, Mr. C. J. Stroman.
Dr. A. D. Fredtick?alternates.
W. F. Barton Chairraan,
W. T. C. Bates,Secretary.
Mothers, do not let j our darlings
suffer with tho Whooping Cough, if
you have a remedy so near at Land.
Use Dr. Bull's Syrup, and the littlo
aufferor will soki find relief. Price,
25 c.cn It?.
Columbia, S. 0.
December 1st. 1875.
Publishers "Orangeburg Ncics:"
The "Columb'a Jockey Club'' pro
pose to give race3 on the 15 th, 16th
nnd 17th of this month. There arc
at this time sqjuc forty rac3 horses in
the State, many of them lirst class,
from the North and North West By
inducing their owners to come here,
with guaranteed money to run for,
we can probably secure their presence
to compete in future for premiums to
be offered by the State Fair.
Wo do not expect to make money
out of this meeting, but hope in the
end to meet with :i success which will
benefit the State, We ask your favor
able notice of the und rtnking.
'T (}. Bacon.
The South Carolina Confererce.
Mr. Editor :?A. largo body of
Ministers will meet in Conference at
this place on ?Vcdriesdny next
Decemocr 15th. The citizens gener
ally have shown gtcnt willingness to
lid in entertaining the delegates, and
wheu they could do so, we be live have
opened their doors for this purpose.
I suppose at least forty or fifty
Ministers, connected with the differ
cut committies, will be. here on Satur
day, by day or night train. We re
gret the necessity that lions so many
to reach here by *'ie Columbia mid
night train, but it is wholly unavoid
able. The delegate.) Would be forced
to lie over in Columbia nnd pay a
hotel bill and oniunibus fare and leave
home twenty-four hours earlier to
make this place by the day (rain on
Saturday. The .same difficulty will
confront them Tuesday 14th. The
great majority of the delegates there
fore will arrive ben? by night train on
Sat unlay and Tue-dav next. This
notice is due the friends who oiler us
assistance in their entertainment. All
that we would suggest, is. that those
families looking for company put
themselves to as little trouble as poss
ible, by simply keeping a lamp burn
ing so that t he delegates may he shown
their room without undue disturbance
to the household.
I There will be a lecture in thcMetho
j di.-t Church, before I he Historical
j Society of the rvjuih Carolina 1 'onfer
euer?, on Tuesday at 7 r. m.. by I lev.
J .J. T, Whitcmnn id < haricston. This
appointment was made at mir last
Session. The citizens generally urn in
vited lo attend.
There will be preaching at the
Metbodi.-t, the I'lrsbytrian and Luth
eran Churches, on to-morrow at flic
usual hours forse.'vk:ejby Minister? of
the Conference who will nach hereto
day. There will be service also at the
Methodist Church every owning there
after during the week.
J. B. Camimiki.i..
sriX'iA l ri:a ctk ;?: -
Dr. J. Mile-; 11 unter has made a
specialty of the treatment of Cancers,
Tumors, Cbronic, 1 "leers, Scrofula,
Female Diseases*, Szpbilis, Dropsy,
Liver Diseases? Skin Disease, and all
other Chronic affections, and his suc
cess in this line of practice has been
a most wonderful event in the His
tory of modern medical practice. His
treatment of cancers and tumors, is
somewhat eccentric as iticy arc re
moved and cured without Iho use of
the knife, without the loss of blond,
and with but little pain to Hie patient.
Having given his undivided attention
to these special diseases and having a
daily practice of large exent, it. is
reasonable to suppose that ho is bet
ter informed as to the proper mode of
treatment necessary for a perfect cure,
than most of the medical professors
ordinarally. Wc know of several in
stances in this immcdiact section of
the country where be hits effected per
manent cures of cancers and
diseases peculiar to females, and
the large number of certificates in his
possession speak for themselves
praise for the Doctor.
From tho increased practice in this
Stato, l?r. Hunter has opened an office
at Marion So. Ca., and nil! bo there
every Friday and Saturday, and at
Suniter every Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday. Consultation Free.
dec 4 tf
NOTICE OF DISMISSAL.
One month from date I will file my final
account as Administrator of the L'ttatc of
Ah ram L. Crook, and aak for letters of dir.*
misHal from tiaid Administration.
Dated Orangeburg S. C, Dccunbci 11th
dee 11 It
CUT THIS OUT,
It May Save Your 1,1 fe.
There i* no person living hut whnt suffers
more or less with Lung Diwane, Cough?,
Colds or Consumption, yet hoiiic wuuld die
rather than pay 73 cents for a bottle of
medicine ?hat would cure thum. Dr. A.
Doschoo'n German Syruj) has lately been in
troduced in thii country from Gcimany,
n,nd its wondcrous cure? astonishes every
one that try it. If yon doubt what wo say
in print, cut tbi.i out nnd take it to your
Druggist, Dr. A C. Duke?, and pot a sample
bottle for 10 cents and try it, or a regular
size for 75 cents.
dec 11 v tf
Recorders Office I*??irds Coun
cil \o. I*.-. ?V S. ? ill.*.
Oraxqkburq, December, 8th, 1875.
Yo:: are hereby summonsed lo attend the
Regulnr Monthly Convocation of tbin Coun
cil, to be held nt Masonic Hall December
10th 1S75, at 7 o'clock' Tbc Election for
Officers will tahe' place, for the ensuing
Masonic year. Take due notice and govern
yourselves accordingly 7
By Order of the T.\ J:*: Cj.\ M.\
dee 11 It
Notioe of 1 )i^mi.Sf?:Til.
Notice is hereby given that I ?hall one
monih from dale file my final account will?
the Honorable Judgenf Probate for Orange
burg County, on the 11 th day of .Taniwrv,
A. 1). 187(1,"and ask for loiters'of Dismissal
as Executor, of the Estate of Richard
M ^rill deceased.
December 11th 157.">.
JAM KS A. DANTZI.r.I!,
due 11 -It
The State of South Carolina.
Ry Ava. I'.. Ksowi'rpjr, Esquire, J. I?.
NY herons, J. A. Kcnnefly, hath made
.mit id me, lu grant to him Letters of Ad
ministration of ib?; Esiale and rrtect.? of
John C. Kuniierly, late of .said county,
This,-, are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular, the kindred and
Creditors of die said Hohn C. Kuniierly and ;
deceased, that they be and appear, before n.e,
in the Court of Probate, to he heb) at
Orangeburg C. II. on Decent her TiOtb, next,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in tbc
forenoon, *.o shew eaese, if any they have,
why ihe said Administration should not hi*,
tiivcu under iny band, dos 8di day of
December; Anno Domini 1S7.">.
A Uli. Ii. KNOWLTON*.
[ L.Sl Judge of Probitle, U. <'.
due 11 1ST-"? 'Jt
COL, AS BURY .COWARD
Ail?Tcorps nt aulni>rovoHPOi*s.
<Vn.-pl? ?'.> c:rf;;i "I At:\\*. mjk.i atitM ut?. fhr Ilum.-T*Jl
nvniiil rtr.ii iiliysiiaL tv.ninjttat. lamtdto* lurtwl Ivb*
JienlCitulnopsanJ [ngufur^ rail ro*.l anil MuinaWo
?>xilllH S.?.jrIJ;i3liaKirt CcJalagu* aaptytaEiiiidficl.
dee 11 1<7."> if
Has arrived with a full stock of
Consisting of handsome
And a host of other goods too numer
ous to mention.
All of the above goods marked at.
Prices within the Reach of all at
DIKE'S DRUG STORE.
Arrived, and now ripened for the Holi
day's; n line assortment of hew Hooks,
Music, Toye, feilet Setts, Vases, Parlor
Ornaments, nhd a variety of Chinin * "up*,
with and without Saucers. I have also
A full supply of Lamps, Chimiiifs,
A lot of those splendid T"jf;lPCHIM^
NIES, which foi beauty ami durability,
are superior to any others ever offered
In^ this market. Call, examine, and he
convinced, that ynn can save money by
buying your Christmas goods
Cheap for Cash,
At the Itook Store.
LAND FOR SAMS
11? Acros lying partly in the Town of
Orangeburg. Eor further partiell tarn, ap
A. R. MILIKK'S,
dec 4 Im Hamberg, ?o. Ca.
One Tract of Land containing 101 Acre*
more or less, in the County of Grangebnrg.
bounded on N. W., by lands of l\ A
Williams, on W., hy lind? of Dr. Panttlcr,
on fJouth by lands of Owen Thaller, h., by
lands of---Taylor and on North hy
lands of R. Bannister. Tho H?mo may he
trcateil for it private salo until first Mon J
day in January next. If not desposed of;
prior to that time will he sold at public
auctiou on that day. For terms apply to }
W J. PICTRKVILLE, I
dec A ">i Attorney at law.
? CHRISTMAS IS COMING!
An?l I hay?, aa usun1, laid in a
EE E A V Y ST?G K
For THAT HAPPY SEASON.
My customers will find at my Store everything that one could wiih to
make the Holidays happy. My supply of
Are unexcelled in quantity nnd Lowness of Price, while my
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, &c
Are the FINEST ever offered for sale in Orangeburg. Those who
want to SAVE money and make borne HAFPi' should call on me at once.
My Assistants, Mews. Louis Fischer, E. T Bozard and 'Jf. B. IJoyd nr? ;po
lite :ihd accommodating to nil who cull at my store. Ho trouble to auftwer,
questions or show goods. For Christmas I will have PINE DlllN-KS, and
invite the friends of BncchuS to drop in.
A. FULL STOCK OF . ? ; M' 1 V.
CONSISTING OF "
Also a full Supply of ?
Groceries, Dry Goods, Hats, Boots and Shoes
On band. Prices to s?ith the hard times, floods Delivered.
_J. OHO. VOSE. >
THE LARGEST CIRCUS
IIT THE WOULD!
But a much better otic. (A better SHOW can bo seen at my Store
every day in the week.)
FIVE LIONS ; (
Will be turned loose in the ring, while a genuine Gorilla will paaa
through tho audience selling tickets to the concert, but 1 have SOME
THING in my store to beat all this.
ONE HUNDEED MONKEYS ?
Will do the ripple selling, (but I have more than apples for onlo.)
And how wit hout jetting, 1 can honestly announce to my Customers and th*
j Public tbat 1 have on hand us .'\tll and cum]dele a line of the.following nr?-.-:;
I ti.des usj was ever brought to Orangeburg, consisting of :ei d??n*1
i Dry Goods, Groceries, Foots, Shoes,..,
j Hardware, Ales, "Wines, ?
j Liquors, Tobaccos, Segars, &o*-??
J. ?rritA;?vS? j. J, S'fltKET ?TAS. ift FOWILPS:!
?I. STRAUSS & CO?,
Proprietors of the Orangeburg 1 ice Mill, Grist and Saw Mill.
Our Mill* being now in full operation, wc arc prepared to fill onleW foir It lea 'aed
freshly ground (Jrist and Meal, 'bolted or unbolted), at living price*.
Our SAW MILL; being .situated hear the Town, in now turning out superior Lumber
and bills for all Hize? call he tilled at short notice. r xtT
We cm supply second hand Sf oain TilltrinOFs. Portable or (St*tJ^a|j?- aad
Saw \I i 11 s. goaranteed by our Mr Strauss, at I cm tbAt half the usuarpne*.
Highest prie* paid for Hough liice and Corn. f
i'ol . )! >
VND EXAMINE-": -
BRIGGMANN & RENNEKER.
I i> IS
Oa the Fourteenth Pay of December
next, I will 8*11 at Public outcry to the
highest ftidder, One Pay Horse and One 2
Horse Waggon, Levied on as the property
of James M. John ton, at the suit of Oeo.
IL CorntUon, under Mortgage. Place of
rale in front of Court House.
J. C. EDWARDS.
Orangeburg, S. C.
dee 1 2t
N?TIGE TO CONTRACTORS.
OFFICE OF CO., COMMISSIONER'S,
Orangeburg, S. C, Nov. ?th lo7?.
Notice i? hereby given that the County
Conimihsionerfl will let out to the Lowest^
I'dddcr, the Bridge known a:. Providence, on
b'tatc Road, on the lUth day of December
ncxt, attuid Pridgc, at 10 o'clock A. MM for
Repair. A)v6 tl c Pridgc known as Hor^c
flange, on mdcc djtc ?t 2 o'clock P. M., at
Alto on haturdsy, Dec. 11th, lS.'b, the
Bridge known as Four Holet, at U o'clock
Plana and f'pcci?cations will he made
known at the ahovc named dabBand place:-.
Py Order of the Hoard.
? t.rVi). n?I.IVElt. 1
nov 11 fit Clerk,
; NOTICE 1
A limited Partnership hi* thu day been
formed between JOAB W. MOSptfiV and .
Mrs. .SARAH E. TOHIN, both of the Town
of Ornngeburg, S. C. 1 i "'
General nature of bntdnew, that of wjjK '
big. selling, vending and rctoiling good^
wares and merchandize. .-! .. i
I Business to be carried on under the name,
or .ip.VB W. MOSELEY, at the Store on
concr of Russell Str?e? and Ivailroad \
Avenue, in said Town. Partnership to een
I Untie until the lot. day of November, 18~8
IOAB \V. MOSELEY general partner.
Mrs. SARA II E- TOBIN. speriml n-j?^.
Mr?. SAR a ff E. TOBI.V, special partner,
has actually paid in, to tlio ( spitil Stock
in Cash, SI 1.75,00. ,:
October 30th 1875.
JO AB \V. MOSELEY,
SARAH E. TOBl^
dec 4 ..6t .
DIL 1$. J? MUCKENFUSS
Ilaving entirely Recovered ffooi Lit Sick
ness, e.m be found at his OFFICE over
Capt. J. A. Hamilton's Store, where h? will
ic glad to S?E his FRIENPJ? and th*