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gg^f! ORANGEBURG NEWS,
F?BLI8HED
KVKRY ?ATUUDAY MORNING
AT
Orangeburg, S. C.
Ternii:' $2 00 per* .?liimim, itt Advance.
During tho Sin ing and Full Seasons, Extra Copies
?f the Oranokhuro Nkws will be circulated for the
benefit of our Ahvkhthino Patrons.
J86>- Contract Advertisements inserted on the
?tost Liberal Terms. Address
SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor "Orangeburg Nowh,"
Or&ngcburg, S. C.
Religious.
Wc are requested to announce that Rev. S.
B. Sawyer will perform Divine Service (D. V.)
at the Baptist Church in this place, to-morrrow
morning at 11 o'clock.
In Memoriam.
We would respectfully request the officers
of Hagood's 1st Regiment S. C. V. to furnish
statistics of the casualties in their respective
commands to this offico at their earliest conven
ience. . We have not the time to communicate
individually with each officer, and take this
method of making n general request.
r .r Departure of Troops.
The small garrison which was stationed at
\ this place, left on Tuesday last for some other
point, and Orangeburg is, temporarily, garri
soned only by the Military Bill.
State Taxes.
We publish iu this issue, on our fourth page,
the State Tax Act, for the information of our
readers, who are about to be called upon for
their taxes.
Additional Villainy.
We understand that Win. Rudd, (so-called)
of whose departure vre gave notice last week,
went to Charleston, and made his first business
call on Messrs. K. II. Rodger* & Co., persona
ting Mr. Kmanuel Riekcnbaker who, he knew,
had just made a shipment of cotton to Messrs.
K. H. R. & Co., and in that character obtained
hu advance of $150. upon the consignment;
after which, Renn was ?o/i invent us.
Neu Rooks.
We are glad to so- that our enterprising
fellow-citizen of Bratichvillc, Mr. ?lohn B.
Morrow, the agent of "Simms' War Poetry of
the South" and also of "I'ollards" History of
the War." is meeting with much success iu
disposing of the above w uk--. This is as it
should be. fir the S'lttth should maintain its
tarn literature, in preference *.<? tu* trashy pro
duction':* of Northern Radicals ou the subject
of the late struggle for independence- Mr. M.
will be in Orangeburg tut public days, nr.d will
till orders for the books mentioned with des
patch.
New Advertisements.
KsjrSce Card of Dr. F, FerhnEn in another
column.
?a>~\Ye would call attention to the advertise
ment of Mr. Tin? mas Ray, of a fine Grist Mill
Worked by horse power for sale.
AtaP*Sce Notice of Kstitto Sale of Ei.i/.ahkth
Rick.KNHAK.kk, deceased; Colonel D. R. Uar
TON; Administrator.
lejrSeo Administrator's Notice, Estate of
J, II, Wof.fk, deceased; j. II. InabiXKT,
Administrator.
JKa3"~ Sec Coinin issioncr's Notice in rcL?ard to
Jost deed of conveyance to Levi S. Tyler,
"Trustee, j
1ST" Mrs. M. E. Hau. has received a new
and well assorted Stock of Spring Millinery
.Goods, of tho latest styles and fashions.
J?3T Wo take pleasure in calling notice to
the advertisement of our friends Messrs. W. K.
williams & Co.. in our coluins. Their well
selected stock of Family Groceries, cannot fail
to afford complete satisfaction to all who favor
them with a call.
J86T* Attention is invited to tho fresh arrivals
of Corn Starch, Flavoring Essences, and other
articles desirable to housekeepers at the Drug
Store of Dr. 1'/. J.- Ol.lVKROS, on Main-street.
tf?y-Mr. GhOHCII* W. STUliOKON, Assistant
Assessor of the U. S, Internal Revenue, an
nounces in our column certain important
changes in the Revenue haw, which our read
ers will find it to their advantage to acquaint
themselves with, and act accordingly.
{?"?Our readers, in looking over our adverti
sing columns, will notice the liberal bargains
offered by Mi McMastkk to all customers, at
tho Brick Store, on Russell Street.
865TAttention is called to the notice of Dr.
Ai.temab J. Wolfe, as a practising physician
in this place.
tt5)u Messrs. T. A. jeffords & Co., Main
Street , will exchange Corn and Flour for Rough
Rice, giving the highest market price for the
Kicc and will guarantee to sell tho Corn and
Flour ae low as they can be had in Orangc
bnyg. mar 1 tV- - lm
Grand Presentation Concert.
The ladies of Baltimore with their usual ac
tive benevolence have inaugurated a Grand
Presentation Concert in aid of the Southern
Orphan Association, to bo given at tho ?Mary
land Institute, at Baltimore,- on tho 30th day
of April next. There arc to be issued 500,000
tickets and each ticket will draw a prize. The
prizes are various, from an Engraving up to
elegant Mansions and Farms. The tickets arc
only one dollar each, and the cause is one which
commends itself to the sympathy of the South
ern people. Messrs. charles S. Bull & Co.,
arc the agents for their sale in this place.
Consignees per South Carolina Railroad
From 8.'/i to Wth Inclusive.
W. McKlrov, J. C. Harmon, Robinson & Co., II.
L. Wolfe, j. A. Huniilton. Rev. W. O. Conner, W.
C. M., I). Lonis, W. A. 00., A. S. S., J. C. Arunt,
II. It., lt. W. Rates. .1. 1>. S.. J. C. Kdwards, J. D.
Stockcr a Co., R. Knottft, T. ?. Wolfe, ,1. II. Fel
der, F. W. Vogt. H. Riggs, W. K. llutson. F. II.
W. Uriggman, O. Times, J. Cannon, Bull ft Scobill
W. R. Livingston. J. II. Fnvvlos, J. II. F. T?te. C.
K. & Co., M. McMafttcr, V. Pittlian, T. C. Andrews,
E; J. Oliveros, V. V. S. Austin, A. k, IL. T. C. Hub
bell, [.!..] J. R. Toomer. F. II. W. Rriggmatin, B. &
Co., 8. M. F., T. E. Rickenbaker. S. J. Brantley,
Dukes & Shulcr, J. MoNamara, M. Wagner, T. B.
Whelcy, J. Cooncr, I>. W. Kvans, A. U. Sliuler, J.
I). Hast, 1). Sbirer, Z. Stroman, .1. ?. Dalitzlcr, D.
R. Barton. W. R. Tread well, I>. Sinoak.
Schedule South Carolina Rail Road.
Down Passenger.
Leave Columbia at. 0.30 A. M.* and 11.10 A. M.
" Oruiigebiirg nt... 10.311 A. M.* und 3.08 I?. M.
Arrive ul Charleston.... 4 I*. M.
Augusta. 5 1?. M. and u 1*. M.
lp ? Passenger.
Leave Augusta at.7 A. M. and r.,30 P. M.
'* Charleston at..*.S A. M.
" Crangeburg at.1.80 I*. M. and 11.55 1?. M.
Arrive at Columbia at.5.20 I*. M. ami 3.22 A. M.
Down Freight,
Leave Orangcburg at.10 A. M.
Arrive at Cluirleston at. ?.10 I*. M.
i'j) Freight.
Leave Orangcburg at.1.38 I*. Si.
Arrive at Columbia at.ti.30 P. M.
?Thin is the only Passenger Train for Charleston
and Points below Hranchville. For the Augusta
Road Passengers may take either Train.
mar 23 g tc
II Y M E N E A L.
Mamiied?On the 21st March, by the Hev. K. A.
Austin. Mr. ALLEN PORTER to Miss PEGGY FAN
NINO, r.ll of this District.
Makuiuii?On the 21st instant, by S. E. Rieken
bncker. Esq., WM. OTT. to Mis.- FRANCIS WALTS,
daughter of John Walls, all of ibis District.
COMMERCIAL.
Omer or tiik Ouanokui'Ki; News,
March 2H. 1S07.
I gold. :;2
SILVER. 2?)
j COTTON.?We report the market firm, owing to
j Foreign and Northern advices: but would not r?d
j vise any to hold their cotton, for we do not antiei
j I ate any material improvement in prie s. W
quote:
' Ordinary. 22
Middling. 23
Strict Middling. 21
OIIANGKBURG RETAIL PRICES.
coiii'.Kcrr.ii wr.cui.v u'\ i.zr.uir.i. a icons.
BAGGING per yard.$ 30(?,32
BALK ROPE per lb. 20r? 2o
BRICKS per M. 8 00
CANDLES per lb ? perm. [email protected]
Adamantine. 30(fc35
" Tallow. 25
COFFEE per lb Rio. 30Y?33
Laguayra. 40
" Java. oil
CORDAGE per lb Manilla. [email protected] 35
FISH t*od per lb. 12
" Herring per box. 1 00
*? Mackerel per kit. .'! m(n\ 4 00
FLOUR per bbl Fine. 12 00(a)H on
" Super. 14 00(? 15 00
" Extra. Ii? i?\(,t 17 OU
" Family. 17 00(S 1? 00
GRAIN, Oats.1. 1 00
" f'orn.:. 1 DO
'? Peas . 1 75
HIDES, per lb dry. I? (? 10
INDIGO, per lb Carolina. 1 00? 1 25
LIME, per bbl. 3 75
MOLASSES, per gallon. 75(?. 1 25
NAILS, per keg. ',) 00(?.1U t??
OILS, Kerosene per gal. 1 00
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE.
BACON. Hams per lb. 250720
Sides ?? . 20
" Shoulders ?? . 1C(S 18
BUTT ER. Country per 11.
" Goshen " . 50(0)55
CHICKENS, per doz. 3 00
FOWLS, . 4 ()<>(.? ?O0
EGGS. " . 20
BE KS WAN, pur lb. ?0
LA kd, per lb. 20
RICE, per lb Carolina. l(l(,i 12
SALT. Liverpool per sack. 00(7?) 3 60
SHINGLES, per M. 0 (K>
SOAP, per lb bar. !;'?(<? 20
STAUCH, per lb.,. 20
SPICKS, per lb, Cassia. I 50
" " Mace. 2 00
o o Cloves. 1 25
o ?? Pepper. 50
" o All Spice. f>0
" " Ginger. 50
SUGAR, per lb Muscovado. 1i,(? j?
?' A. B, and 0. }t\(? 20
" " Crushed.
TB?S, per lb. 1 r.Ofm 2 25
TOBACCO, as per quality, per lb,,... 400 I 50
VINEGAR, por gallon.
Has resumed the PRACTICE OF LAW at Orange
burg Court House, and may be found at his Office
over Corncleon, Kramer & Co.'s Now Store, Russell
Street.
mar 23 tf
FOB SALE
ONE BAY MAKE, Good Size.
t&S&tfl Three Years Old.
mm
,,nf ir..-.?f CORNEI.SON, KnAMKR k CO.
CHEAP CASH STORE.
JUST OPENING
A full supply of Spring Goods consisting
of all kinds.
DRESS GOODS,
LADIES' SILK COVERINGS,
IIOISERY,
PARASOLS,
SILK RIBBONS.
WHITE GOODS.
NOTIONS.
AC. &C,
Together wit! no extensive supply of PRINTS, LONG C LOTUS, SHEETINGS and other
DOMESTIC GOODSS.
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Of which will be found n greet variety of shades and sizes. Together with tnany other
GOODS too numerous to mention. A call is respectfully solicited
c
SHERIFF'S SALES.
STATU OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Orangeburg District.
Hy virtue of sundry writs oi Ii. la., to me directed,
1 will sell to tiic highest bitlilcr, al Orungeburg
Court House on tlie first Monday in April next
the following property, viz:
One House and Lot in the Village of llranchvillc,
levied on ns the Property of F. II. Harsh, tit the
suit of E. F. Reese, Administrator.
also
One Trnot of Lund contitining two hundred acres,
more or less, levied on us the Property of Culloway
Stromau, ul the suit of lb F. Simmons.
? also
One Tract of Land contuining twelve hundred
acres, more or l^ss, levied mi as ihc propi rty oi L.
W. Dash, at the suit of H. F. Sinuuous.
also
Three hundred Cross Tics, nmrn or loss und Six
teen Sticks Timber, one broad Axe und one Meat
Cutter. Levied on us the property of I.. \V. Dash at
the suit of lb F. Simmons.
also
One Tract of I.und containing one hundred und
twenty acres, more or less, levied on us the Property
of Holen Phillips, ul the suit of J. P. Martin.
also
On Tuesday, the 2d April next, at the House of
Holen Phillips, I will sell (5) live head o! Cattle, ((i)
head of llofrs, one Wugon, one Cart, one Hunt!*' and
various other articles, levied on as the Property of
P.hlcn Phillips, at the .sail of .1. P. Martin.
Sheriffs office, ) J. W. II. HUKF.S.
Or.uigchurg C. II. ? S. < >. I),
March II. IS07. )
il< tr 1?? tds
A LSO
Under Decretal Orders from the Ordinary of Orange
burg District, I will sell ul the Court House on the
tir.-i .Monday in April next between the usual
limits of rule, for purtiliou among Ihc parties in
interest the following tracts of land, viz :
1. One Tract of I.ami belonging in Ihc Estate of
.Ir.cob A. Danl/f r. contaiituig "tie hundred and
in??!" ""'it nores situate in Ornngebtirg District.
Id bo more! pujlieubirly i,?"'-'-'ocd on liio day of sale.
k ere lb of 1- months.
a lso
'2. One Tract belonging to (he Estate of .Tunics
Williams, containing one hundred and Iweniy-one
acres, lying on the wutersof Linie Hull Swutitp. ad
joining lands of John Inubinel, lt. D. P. H?cker ami
Thomas Crops, on a credit of nine (0) months.
?" also
One Tract, situated in St. Matthews Parish, hp
loiiging to the F.siate of .1. W. Smith, containing
-acres, bounded by lands of Keller, Darby, und j
others?to be more particularly described on the
day of sale?on u credit of nine ({I) months.
also
4. And one other Tract, belonging to the F.siate of
Elias V. tut, containing one hundred and seven .
acres, hounded by lands of N. Fogle. V. Iriek and
David t May ton ? on a credit of VI months.
Purchasers to give bonds ivith pood security und
mortgage of premises, and pny cash sutiicieiit 10
pay costs. Revenue stamps and papers extra.
Orangeburg C. II., i .1. W. II. DUKES.
March 8, 1S?7. / S. (). D.
mar 10 tds
A LSO
I will sell on Tuesday, the 2d day of April, at the
Residence of Uriah S. ('orbit. - Horses. l'J head
Cattle. 8 Hops, I Huggy. "Jo bushels Corn, lot of old
Huggy and Wagon Irons, and several other articles,
levied on us the property of Uriah S. Corbit, at t!i"
suit of Jacob F. Corley.
Conditions t'ash.
Sheriff's Office, | .1. W. II. DUKES.
March 15, 1807. j" S. o. |).
mar id
in isq? [ty,
OKA N (i V) 15 1' Kti 1H st It I ct.
The State cx relalioue i Dill to
Solicitor Southern Circuit. ? pcrpolualc
In re lost Documents. j Testimony.
Application having been made by Mrs. Cely Melts
to prove the Existence, Loss and Contents of the
last Will and TcKtaineiit of .Limes D. Melts, deceased.
On motion of Messrs. l/.lur \ Dibble, Solicitors, it
is ordered. That all persons who desire so lo do,
may appear und cross examine the evidence pro
duced, and introduce evidence in reply bet?re me on
the lltith day of June next.
Commissioner's Office, i V. I?. V. J AMISON.
Ofuiigchurg 0. II., > Commissioner,
March 4, I8?7. j
mar .".in
i is iSq"? ity^
6 it a n <; 10 11 l It Vt I) i s t it i ct.
The State of South Carolina )
Ks, Kel. [ In re lost documents.
Solicitor Southern Circuit, j
Application having been made by .lames W. Heed
und wife mid others, for leave to prove the existence
Ions and contcntH of n Deed of Conveyance in Trust,
made under order of the Court of Equity in Febru
ary, 1S?0, lo Levi S. Tyler for the use of .1. \V.
Iteed and wife for joint lives, rciuaiiider to survivor
for life, und afterwards to the issue of Ihc wife?
Ofl motion of Unisons & Legare, Solicitors for Ap
plicant, it is ordered, Thai all persons who desire
ho lodo, may appear ami cross examine the evidence
produced uipl introduce, evidence ill reply, before
int'oii the 17th day of November next.
Commissioner's Office, \ V. D. JAMISON,
Orungoburg C. II. \ Commissioner.
Mar. '27, 18G7. j XI!
mar .'10 .Tin
mm: highest cash market price given
x for all kind of country PRODUCE, Hees
wax, Tallow, Hides, Furs, etc., etc.. by
v.zekiel ft (cohn.
French Fruits, Cordials, Olive
? Oil, &c,
Landing Ex-lirig l'atd et Marie.
Dl UK CT FROM BORDEAUX.
rnWKNTY CASKS FRUITS IN BRANDY, AS
X sorted.
Five Casus Fruits in juice
Filtccn'Cnses assorted Cordial
Ten cases Maraschino, Aiiiiiscttc and Cannclle
Five cases Curacoad' llollaude
Five eases Hose Water
One ease Fates de t'oie d'Oie, in whole, half and
quarter Cans
Four cases lVlits Pols and CKiuipignons
Five cases French (Hives it* I Olives Inreies
Thirty cases Superfno. Oiivc Oil, pints
Ten hands < "...it lied White Wine Vinegar
F:~" *:rics Clarified While Wine Vinegar
<Ue: hale Velvet Certs, in bag"; of I gross euch.
For sale by I>. PACK k CO.,
?17 Broad-street,
mar 1C tf Charleston, S. C.
Ale and Porter.
rnWKNTY CASKS ALLSOIT'S FALK ALE?
I QUAKTS AN I? PINTS
Fifteen casks Byass' Pule Ale?Quarts and Pints
Fifteen casks Jeffrey's Edinburgh Ale?Pints
Fill eon casks Byuss' London Porier?Quarts and
Pints
Ten casks Mirchiy. Perkins ?vt'o's Porter?Pints,
the above received bv late arrivals, and for sale by
D. PAUL Jfc CO.
mar lit tf Cl
Fresh Teas, by Last Steamer.
HALF CIIKSTS FINEST MOVUNK HYSON TEA
Half chests finest Gunpowder Tea
Half chests Superior Oolong Tea
Half chests Choice English Break fusl Tea.
.Ct.so. ON n \NO.
a suptdv or OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA und
MOCHaVoFFEES. For sale by
I).' PAI L CO.
mar IC tf Charleston, S. C.
Sird's Island Guano.
milK FIRST CAP.GO EVhn BROUGHT INTO
I this City, and will be sold this Sea.":0" ??"
der to bring it into use. Professor C. F. Sllt-.i -
BAUD'S, iof the Medical College), Analysis on the
the Guano, can be seen at our Office. Terms ? $50
i per Long Toil) cash, or Planter's drafts on Factors
payable 1st December, with Hank rates of interest.
11 I NT & BP.O, Accommodation Wharf,
mar Iti?lm Charleston. S. C.
Reopening of an Old Drug Store
rpilK SUHCHIBEK WOULD RESPECTULLY IX
i FORM his friends and the public generally
that he has opened a FIRST-CLASS DBIJG STOKE
at his Father's (.lid Stand, known for over twenty-five
years as Burnliam'H Drug Store, where he has a
well-selected and complete Slork of DKCGS. PEK
FUMEKY, DYE STUFFS and FANCY A KTICLES.
which will he sold low fin- cash.
Country orders, accompanied with cash or city
acceptance, w ill be promptly tiled.
PHKSCKI PTI< INS CA ItKFU I.I.Y <'OM PO.?N DF.D
at all hours, day and night. E. S. BURN HAM.
Charleston, S. C.
mar IC tf
NOTICE.
TO A Mi WHOM IT .MAY CONCEBN.
HAVING. AT TIlE CLOSE OF HOSTILITIES,
tried our hesi to advance the interest of the
PUBLIC of this District, by letiing them have
(loads on short Credit to start the World again. WE
are now compelled, by the Debt we o? r to others, to
place our Notes and Accounts in the hands of
Messrs. I'/.LA It & DIBBLE. Attorneys, for Collec
tion, without distinction of Parlies, wherever Per
sons have tot complied with the Terms of tbeir
Agreement. E/.EKILL \ KOIIN.
mar Id tf
THE NOITHEKX (TLTIVATOR.
U Published Monthly
A T A T II IC N S. ? E ORG J A .
II Y
AVM. iST. A\r 1 IITE.
fllKKMS.?Two Dollars per year or Si for six
1 months; 50 cents for three months In At?
v.i.nck. Single copies '20 cents.
r>,oV" AH Oommnniealions lor the paper and Sub
scriptions must be addressed to WM. N. WHITE,
Athens (ia.
mar 2:5 a I f
NOTICE
1- MARTH A McM ASTER, wife of Martin McMas
^ ter, of (J liar lest on, South Carolina, do Hereby
give notice to all concerned, that having been pre
viously constituted a SOLE TKADKR, 1 am still en
gaged in business in that capacity, at my Store on
Kussel! Street in this place.
Orangeburg. S. C, March J10, 1867.
MARTHA McM ASTER, Agent.
FOR SALE.
200 Bunches Yarn at a reduced price
2000 Yds heavy Brown Shirting at 20 els.
300 Yds tine prints 12A cts., 8 yds per f 1
loon Yds super Dies., prints at 20 ets.
mar 30 -H
JOB PRINTING AT THIS OFFICE
Tvuv- f* >.??!*.
NOTICE.
,OFFICE AS8'T A88'E INTERNAL REVENUE,
?RANOKBuno C. H., 8. C, March 15, 1867.
In accordance with the recent Changes made in the
Intermit Revenue Law, nil Special Taxes, (previous
ly culled Licenses,) hs also Incomes for I860, Car
riages, Billiard Tables, Plate,* of cither Gold or Sil
ver and Wutchcs, are to be returned Immediately.
Special Taxes will date from March 1st instead of
May 1st, as formerly, unless Returned within time
specified by law a penalty of tea per centum, will bo
added. 1'crsons neglecting to make returns for auj
business or occupation for which a Special Tax (or
License) is imposed, arc liuble to a fino of $500.
I will be at my cilice at Orangeburg C. II.. on
Tuesday and Suturduy of every week, and will giv?
all desired information. Other days I will visit the
different Precincts or Polls, of which due notice
shall be given.
GEO. W. STURGEON,
mar 10?2m Anaiitant Assessor."^
N. B.?Sly Office it at the Store of C. S. Bull &
Co.
DIL E. V. STEED HAN.
Desires to announce, that he has located at Mr.
J. J. QUATTLEBAUM'S, on Biunickcr's Bridge
Road, ueur John Easteulix's for the practice of
Medicine in all its branches, and offers bis profes
sional Services to his friends and the public geno
rully residing in that vicinity.
mar a 1 m
BUSHELS ROUGH RICK WANTED
in exchungc for Corn und Flour at
T. A- JEFFORDS & CO'S,
2000
mar 10?1 in
Muin-st, Orungeburg, S. C
w
IIITE CORN. $1.76, FOR CASH. Apply at
CORNELSON, KRAMER & CO S.
mar 1C?tf
FOR SALE CHEAP.
EROSENE OIL STOVES, WITH COMPLETE
UTENSILS, Cost ?15, for$10.
mar Di?tf CORNELSON, KRAMER & CO.
K
VFINES ELECTION OF CHOICE SPRING CA LI
cos, just received and for sale low for Cash,
by
feb 23
JOS. McNAMARA.
40
HP.LS. BEST FAMILY FLOUR, JUST RE
ceived and for sale, low by
feb23,?ly JOS. McNAMARA.
CT BBLS. MOLASSES, JUST RECEIVED AND
O for sale low for cash, bv JOS. McNAMARA.
feb 2-'$ lj
BBLS. LEAF LARD. JUST RECEIVED AND
? for sale low for cash, bv JOS. McNAMARA.
feb 2.'} 1 r
~ KEGS CHOICE BUTTER, JUST RECEIVED
*J und for stile low for cush, bv
feb 20?ly JOS. McNAMARA.
10
FINE ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESES, JUST
received, und for sulc low for cush, bv
leb2:J?ly JOS. McNAMARA.
? HHDS. CHOICE BACON, JUST RECEIVED AND
) for sale low for cush, by JOS. McNAMARA.
feb 23 ly
OF THE
LATEST STYLES.
JL'ST RECEIVED
VI.MAS. SONTAGS. SUNDOWNS, GLADIA
TORS. CENTRAL PARKS. Fashionable
U< i.\ NE I S. Old Ladies HONNETS trimme.1 und
Uiitritmucd, which are offered at the most reasonable
rates.
Al.eO.
HATS Iteinodlcd, Cleaned, Dyed, Tressed and
Trimmed, at short notice, at
>J RS. M. E, HALL'S,
Opposite 1. P. THOMPSON.
Russvll-atreet, Orangeburg, So. Ca.
mar 23 ?'
FLOUR COFFEE.
0L
i>^si
UUTTER, LARD,
I. oF ^
E ? *T
1 CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, kc. Ii?
E
W
0
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S
A
SUGAR,
mar 2.1
BACON, -* lTl.No. I MACK.R
EL
Orangeburg Drug Store.
DR. E. J. OLIVEROS.
IMROHTEK AND DEALER IN
DRUt-s. MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES. OILS,
Spirits Turpentine, Kerosine Oil, Varnish,
\c, \c. ,vc.
Receiving Monthly
"OSWEGO" CORN STARCH. -Morning Star"
Corn Starch, a tlelicious food for luftints.
Cooking Soda. Cream 't uner. Arrow Root, Salac
rat us, Flavoring Essences, Cloves. Nutmegs, Mace,
Pepper. Ginger. Cinnamon, Allspice, &e., &c., ifce.
The Proprietor being a graduate of Medicine und
n Drogist of long experience, assures the Public
that all Medicines bearing his Lubles are guaranteed
pare and reliable.
Orders from the Country, when accompanied
with CASH, respectfully solicited.
E. J. OL1VF.ROS, M. D.
mar 2?j y Druggist and Apothecary.
Office to Rent.
THE" BUILDING FORMERLY USED BY
Iill the Subscriber ns a Lnw OtTice, situated on
LIL Main-street. For particulars, apjdy next
door, to Mr. D. Louis, or tq
SAMUEL DIBBLE.
?t Iilfir k Dibble's,
"'ir0 if
. THE SOUTHERN
DRUG STORE!
For the liberal patronage which I hare thua fn*
rcccired from the citizens of Orangcburg District
and tbe confidence shewn in me by very numerous
friend*. I take tho opportunity of expressing my
sincere gratitude in this, the first issue of the ?
"OitAKOEBCiio News." The encouragement of past
patronage and kindness induces a strong faith la -
future success, and, while thanking my friends for
past furors, I can assure them that nothing will be
left undone to deserve their continuing patronage.
My Store will be essentially a DRUG STORE; iu it
will be kept such DrugB and Medicines alone, as I
will warrant Genuine and Pure. I have arranged te
supply my customers with Medicines of the very
best quality afforded in tbe market. I avoid all
cheap useless articles, and yet my prices shall be m
reasonable for VALUABLE, GOOD, FRESH MEDI
CINES as any body's.
I invite the PHYSICIANS of tha District t? call
and examine for themselves. They are judges to
whose opinions I submit. Scud your Orders and
they will be filled to your satisfaction. To tbe Citi
zens of my native District who have tried me, I saj
don't give mo up, try me a little longer, and you'll
not regret it?you'll fiud I'll stand a long race, at
well as a short one; and your faith in me shall not
be misplaced. To those who have not yet tried mo,
now is your time to begin. As before, if you want
good, pure, family MEDICINES, such as
Laudanum, Paregoric, Castor Oil, Sweet Oil, Ep
som Solts, Glauber Salts, Cream Tartar.Csrb. Soda,
&c, &c, or Dye Stuffs and Paints, and Brushes,
Concentrated Lye, &c, or even, Patent Medicines
of all kinds. Now, just call at that Little Store on
Main-Street, and you will be suro to get what you
want.
j This Drug Store looks small, but your surprise
will be great when you enter to find how appear
ances deceive, and what a quantity of good things
are within this tame Little Store.
! B. M. SnULER,
Druggist.
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"BULL & SCOVILLr
NORTH-EAST CORNER
OF
Russell-Street and Court House Square.
Having made arrangements with sonic of the
PRINCIPAL IMPORTING and JOBBING
FIRMS of NEW YORK, BALTIMORE and
CHARLESTON, they are
Receiving Every Week
on their own account and on consignment
a
COMPLETE SELECTION
Ok'
F O II K I G iV A X?> D OME S TI?
DRY GOODS,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
II A*T S, CAPS
AND
MILLINERY GOODS,
BOOTS and SHOES, best wake.
HARDWARE
IN GREAT VARIETY.
CROCKERY,
&c, &c? &c.
ALSO A FULL AND
Complete Stock of
THE BEST
FAMILY GROCERIES,
constantly on hand.
Having twenty-five years experience ur
Orangeburg Village, we have carefully studied
the wants of our friends and customers and
feel justified iu saying, our STOCK is better
selected and more complete than can be found
at any other place.
BULL & SCOVILL.
feb ,23 y le
~ HOUSEKEEPERS
TYESIRING TO FURNISH THEMSELVES with
1/ Everything that is required in their line,
should not fail to call at
E Z E KIEL & K 0 II N ' S
WHO HAVE ON HANI) A COMPLETE STOCK
of House furnishing GOODS, Imported direct from
England.
feb 23 y 1c
JUST RECEIVED BY
EZEKIEL & KOHIST,
?jQ PIECES LATEST STYLE SPRING CALICO,
ALSO
ASSORTED LONG CLOTHS, BROWN SHEET -
ing and Shit ting, Osnaburgs, Denims, Stripes, Bed
Ticking, Drillings, Yarns of all Si/cs, which, to*
get her with the balance of our large and varied
STOCK, we offer to sell at theX?WEST figures for
Cash or Country Produce.
fob 23 y JC
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
STANDARD School Books.
A I.SO
STATIONARY of all kind altvays to be had at
EZEKIEL & ROtlN.
Orders far School Books will receive prompt r <~
tention.
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rpHE CHEAPEST STEEL AAD IRoYhOES 0?*
X direct Importation from the English Msnnfacf
tory, arc to be found at
F7PKIEI. & KOH.VS.
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