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Mr. W. N. Mount has been hp
pointed a Trial Justice for this cbunty.
Tho wiftrt has bben blowifag like the
Uevil for the past week.
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Bnloon ascension this morning at
at 12*, A. M. in front of the Engine
House by Prof. Pon du Lae.
Mr. Wallace Cannon has a fine
lot of groceries, cigars, liquors, etc.,
The present oidinauco will raise
about three or four thousand dollars
for towu purposes.
Query?"Where, oh ! where ! can
all that music be'*"
Answer?Iu the Convention.
Tbe shnddcrs have not done a very
good business for the last week
Weather too cold,
BREECII-L OA DER?
A fine breech-loading gun will be
railed oh" at Briggmann & Reuueker's
to'iiny at 12 o'clock.
A large wildcat was brought into
Town yesterday morning by \V. II.
Joiner. This is the third one caught
by that gentleman lately.
Mr. J. W. Moselcy is offering his
large stock at cost. Now is the time
for customers to look to their interests.
A curious fish, caught by Mr. J. P.
Hurley, is on exhibition at his store.
The thing seems to partake of both
snake and fish.
A liuc parlor rifle will be rafHcd off
at Wallace Cannon's this afternoon
at 5 o'clock. Forty chances 25 cts
The Town Council have had a
pump put in lo the fire well near the
engine house. Tins is a good step,
nnd will operate as an opposition to
lager betr s; loons.
March is gore ! Gardens are gone !!
but its cold.-are bered et 1 !! Wallace
(. an noli has cue bundled bottles of a
new cough s)rup to giveaway as
samples. Call at once.
?J. P. Hurley tN: Co., arc se ling off
their cht ire slock of goods at cost.
jNuw is the time for every one to get
Liu gain.* as the above firm in. an what
they say. Their itxrd will appear in ?,
our next issue.
Just received at John Schaelite's a
mil line <d' groceries, lhpiois, tobacco
aiid cigars. Als? dry goods, shoes,
hi ts, etc. If ytin want bargains
oitcd to the hard times don't iorgct
to stop ul Doyle's old stand.
Mrs. A. K. Haue, wife of Mr. J.
Keitt llitnc, died at the residence of
her hu.-baud,near Fort Motte in this
county, on the 28th of the mouth last
past, fc'lie was aged twenty-nine years.
A A/:ir hatch? """""
Another batch of tbe St. Matthews
robbers was brought in on Sunday
lust. Governor Chamberlain has de
prived the good people ofthat section
of a Trial Justice, and they have to
do the best they can.
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Mayor Boliver 1ms appointed S.
Dibble, Esq., Messrs. J. (J. Pike and
Harpiu Kiggs ns a board to assess the
town property for taxation under the
ordinance recently passe 1. The se
lection is a good one and will receive
the approval of the people.
AVill soon be taught in Orangcburg.
An accomplished teacher ha3 written
to Mr. M. Albrecht to get him up a
school of young men. Those who dc
sire to be in the first class should see
that gentleman at once.
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A HORSE RACE?
For a bet of fifty dollars is to come
off this afternoon on the-Road.
Both the animals to be run are in ex
cellent trim, nnd a lively sight
will be enjoyed by the few who will
be present. We have be n requested
to withhold the names of parlies.
SALES OF TOBACCO?
The law defines a dealer in tobacco
to be: "Svcry person whose business
it is lo sell, or offer for sale, manu
factured tobacco, snufT and cigars"
and, in case* of farmers, the depart
ment has decided that when they
make it a husiuess lo keep tobacco
for sale to their workmen, or to issue
ns rations, receiving pay therefor,
either in labor, in produce or in any
other manner, they become liable to
dealers. The law also makes it the
imperative duty of every such dealer
to destroy the package and stamp as
soon ns it is emptied. This informa
t ion is given us by Collector Ransier.
RELIGIOUS SER VICES?
The Rev. J. Bachman Haskill will
officiate in the Lutheran Church to
morrow. We understand that he has
accepted the call to preach made by
that Chinch, and will probably make
his home in Ornngeburg. Wo con
gratulate the Lutherans upon their
UGH! MAT?. '
An emotional friend of ours went
fishing with Alhrecht onThuisday
last, und while waiting for a shad to
come along, tumbled overboard into
thc river. Alhrecht scooped him up
with his net when he said, "Ugh !
Mat, ven I git in de vntcr I nehcr
bought I golish wid you any more."
Were plentiful prior to Thursday
last. There aro over three thousand
Republican voters in the county, one
tenth ol whom wanted to be elected
to the County Convention. A good
deal of wire-pulling was done in thc
old Burg. And promise ! Why, they
were as plentiful as rcd-hor.se.
Read McCrcery, Love & Co.'s new
ndvcrt.iseiueht in to-day's issiic. There
is no house in the United .States sell
ing goods lower than they are. If
you want dry goods, carpets, boots or
shoes now is the time to gather up
your spare change aud call on them.
This sale continues only fifteen days,
and they aro offering astonishingly
THE OR A NGER Uli G CO UR T110 USE
D EM OCR A TIC CL UR?
Thc Democrats of this Prcciuct
mot at the Engine Hull on thc 29th
tilt., and .organized by electing the
following officers :
President, Col. Mortimer Glover;
1st. Vice-Prcsidcnt, Jas. H. Fowlcs,
Esq.; 2nd. Vicc-Presidcnt, Win. H.
Pcrryclcar. Esq.; Secretary und Trea
surer, Col. John C. Edwards.
Oil ARE ES TON" FIR E^~
An extended account of the Char
leston fire was crowded out of our last1
issue. Thc lire was a very distinc
tive one, consuming more than n
quarter of a million of dollars. Over
two bundled families were turned out
of doors by it, but the people of
Charleston generously came to their
succor. More than five thousaud
dollars hud been contributed in aid
o.' the .sufiVrcrs up to the first of this
week. Messrs. Bull & Scoville
donated $-">.() ).
August Fischer has u new and
highly recommended bitters for sale,
warranted to cure dyspepsia and
kindred com plaints. Aud besides, he
has a superabundance of excellent gro
ceries for family use. His liquors
and and cigars arc said to be very
line, and for sale at prices low down.
If tlicre are any who doubt us, let
them ''drop in" and ask his polite and
jovial assistant, Mr.Edward Bozurdt,
if what wc have said, is hot thc truth,
the whole truth, and nothing but tho
truth. Ed. is prepared to swear by
the slipper of Airs. Bel knap that
Fischer sells cheaper than any one in
Ths Republicans of this Precinct
met on Thursday lust for tho purpose
of electing ten delegates to the Coun
ty Convention which meets to-day.
Precinct Chairman F. It. McKinlay
called thc meeting to order and sta
ted thc object of the call. The meet
ing wns permanently organized by
thc election of Mr. J. P. Mays Chair
man und Mr. T. K.Sasportas Secreta
ry. Messrs. W. M. M .unt and V.
D. Bowman were appointed tellers.
The meeting wns harmonious
through I out, and elected the fol
lowing delegates. Marshal Jones, J
P.Mays,]). A. SIraker, T. K. Sas
portas, W. M. Mount, A. 8. Hibblei.
11. II. Ilayncs, Lucius Bellinger,
Peter Walker and .las. Adam-.
NE PL US ULTUA^~~
Nothing more is needed to make
Cornelson's store the finest attrac
tion in Orangcburg. It is has been
metamorphosed into brick and now
presents a stately appearance. Its
beautiful iron fron I is alone sufficient
to attract customers, to say nothing
of the thousands of good things
stored away on its copious shelves.
Of course the fire was a misfortune to
Mr. Cornclson, but out of its ashes has
sprung tho prettiest building in Or
nngeburg; an d it may he safely called
thc Emporium of everything in the
line of merchandise. Dry good, boots,
hats, shoes, crockery and tin wares,
groceries, &c, Ac, aro there by tho
thousands. And a little money can
get them, as Mr. C's. prices are very
moderate Just step in and call for
jyir. John Danncr, and we'll guaran
tee you'll come away satisfied, lie
is nil grace, politeness and accommo
dation to customers, and especially is
he eo towards thc ladies.
McCREERY, LOVE & CO.,
WILL open to-morrow, (Monday,) March 27, 1S7G, at greatly reduced prices, during
the next fifteen days, .rill sell their entire stock of Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots
and Shoes at lower price, than ever before offered to make room for large shipments now
on the way.
Your attention is directed lo tho following partial price list of the many articles wc
propose to sell you at u bargain : ?
50 pieces New Style Dress tloods, at 11 cents per yard.
5 cases YYaiusuttu Bleached Muslin, at 12 1-2 cents per yard.
50 dozen Ladies' Elegant New Style Ties, at 25 ccnUi each.
5 cases White Piques, at 12 1-2 cents per yard.
5 cases Prints. Kant Colors, warranted at 5 cents per yard.
10 cases Good Style Prints, warranted at 6 1-4 cents per yard.
2 cases Yard Wide Cambric*, at 10 cents pcryr.rd.
25 pieces Grans Cloth all Colors, at 10 cents per yard.
All of the Newest Styles and host brand-* of Prints will be Bold at 8 1-2 coats per yard.
Brown, Bleached and Plaid Homespuns ut proportionately low prioes.
Our stock of Hoots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, at a general reduction of 20 per cent.
The beat assort in cut of Trunks, Valises, Lunch and Market Baskets in the city.
Our entire Stock of Carpe t*; Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Wall Paper, &c. will be closed
out at and below cost.
The above will convince you that the place to get cheap goods and good attention is at
the Grand Central Dry tiooels Establishment. Now is your time to secure bargains. Call
early and often.
NfcGJREERYi LOVE & CO,
inareh27tr c O JL u m B I A, s. C.
C. D. KORTJOHN
Has just received a Large Supply of
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes,
Hals, Caps, &c.
Also Tin Ware, Wooden Ware,
.Sugars, Co flee, Flour, Cigars.
In fact a supply of General Merchandise, including Stoves of allsizw
und any descriptions*. All will bo sold DOW DOWN for Cash.
Goods Shown and delivered in Town FREE of charge. Call bofort
BUY THE BEST
tiloiid Soluble Guano and Acid Phosphate
Prices Reduced?Cash, Soluble Guano, S4G. Time, payable No v
1st ?04. Acid Phosphate, Cash, S32. Payable 1st November $37.
O. IX KORTJOHN.
LARGE ADDITIONS to our Stock
and invite inspection. Fresh Stock
of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing
&c. Our GROCERY Department is
Complete, and first class Goods and
LOW PRICES cannot be surpassed.
S. E. TOBIN & CO.,
It is said has repented entirely of tho Robberies his Party has commit
ted, especially those in which he
HAD A SHARE,
And means to stand forever hereafter as a penitent sinnor. He belioycs
thai if he had always drank as
As those kept at the Enterprise SalOOIl '?c would have
been the equiil of Geb. Washington. Feeling ' thusly" he will shortly send
a Special Message to the Legislature announcing the fact that Fine Groce
ries, Tobaccos, Cigars, and a thousand other good things are to bo had
ONLY AT MY STORE.
Now, as it is probable that when this fact is mnele known to the Colum
bia Solons, tl ey will immediately adjourn to my Store, I respectfully request
the Orangcburg Public to call at once and make purchases. Legislators
generally leave nothing behind them.
P. S.?My TBV OIjI TABLllf though private can be seen
b}' Regular Customers.
J. C. P I K E,
VOSE'S OL'D STAND,
Has OPENED, REFITTED and RESTOCKED this Large and Com
modious Store with the most
SELECT STOCK OF GOODS
EVER OFFERED HERE, comprised of
FRESH GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
WOODWA ?E, GLASSWARE,
CROCKERY WARE, . CANNED GOODS.
Dry Goods, Hate, Boots and Shoes,
Which is offered at PRICES that will ASTONISH those that wish to
SAVE MONEY these II ARD TIM KS. A call will convince you of tho
COUNTRY PRODUCE WANTED,
For which the HIGHEST MARKET PRICES will bo paid.
B@r Constantly on hand FERTILIZERS.
JVIiYEE for Bllilrlin<y or JT'ertiUzillp' purposes, con
stantly on baud, and for sale at Reasonable Rates.
jan 29 1876 ly
T. KOHN & BROTHER
Arc in receipt of all kinds of Goods for the Season. Jost *eoei??d
100 pieces of Prints of the Latest
Styles, selling Cheap.
Also just iu
Bleached and Brown Domestics
CHEAPER than thoy have been for rtre past tWfiSTY YEARS!
On hand a Large Stock of
BOOTS & SHOES
Which have been just rcccivhd from the Factories direct, and mana
fftctured Expressly to our Order, the Examination of which is Solicited.
"We. are closing out the ballance of
Winter Goods at almost any Price in.
order to close them out tefore we will
be CEOWDED with our SUMMER
GOODS. We would advise those in
Search of BARGAINS to call on as
for the next two weeks.
The Latest approved Patents of
Of all Calibres; hlwuys on hand CHEAP.
(MS (Mill k flMI GOODS
Of the Latest Styles and at the Lowest and Fixed Prices.
In conclusion, would say come and stay all day, and if it looks ?b?
rain bring your umbrella, we will take care of it for von. i ou nec? oaly
bring n small amount of money, as a very little will buy enough go#4f at
the prices v/e are selling them, to last you a whole year. If you - itay away
you will miss it.
Theodore Kohn & Brother.