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8AUU?DAx:, APRIL 19, 1.873
Thsre Wilt bo divine tervice iu the
Prosbyteriru ohurch ob to-morrow bj
(W Msseof .??
l*Ius IX-?Ui? Holiness is said to bo
Dust ?Tbo wind and dust on Thura.
day wore "on a breere.
Falling Tackle?Any one wishing
fishini OS nee, are respectfully referred
to the (our) devil.
-I i ???
Court ?-The Circuit Court sits on
the Grst Monday is May. It is said
that Solicitor Butts n ill be here himself
te pVoeccnte our offenders.
Judge Carpenter ?We notice in nn
?scheage that the Judge was quite seri
oaslj injured by a fall from his bug^y
in Columbia on Monday evening.
Big Drum-?Hen. Loyd has a lot of
drnoi fish caught on the coast.
One of there is ef immense size aad
weighs about eighty pounds.
Hard to Bent?Messrs Strauss &
Street have riee for aalo of good qnality
and moderate prioca. Their beating of
rice is hart1 to beat.
.CookiUgr StOTC.?We ask our read
ars to peruse carefully the advertisements
ia this issue of the Farmer Cooking
Store. The recommendations are of
undoubted veracity and authority.
President Grant ?The President
end bis family have gone to St. Louis for
three weeks, and the A>ir.t und Courier
complains that ho won't go to Charleston
just for a day.
Kot Mung.?Sam iiaiiliard who w s
?entenced by Judge Graham to be huug
- yesterday, had his sentcnoo comuiutod
hj Gerrruer Moses ta five years in the
Defaulting Treasurer?P. A
JCtcLellerger, ex-treeuurer of K Icefield
Wns arrested, in Colombia, on W?dnes
^?n* Vhe w?iH o#gu?o Traeaiurer Cardoza.
The charge is that (11,000 of bast year's
easts are rot accounted f'r.
"Dead and is AHre.v?John Fair,
?n eld resident well and favorably known
te our people, who has been absent and
wen reported dead,, has returned to Or
sjWtVuarg and is to he aeon at the popu
lar stand of Mr. C. D. Kortjohn.
The Intendant of Abbeville has closed
the bar rectors that ns>e not conformed
to the requirements of the Topper law
The bar tenant tjf Greenville are all
elosed and the town authorities have do
eided not to renew their licenses.
Delinquent T?X List ?We j>ub
lithed in our last issue the list of delin
quent lands. We repeat this week.
The list is not vary Ion? certainly. We
Would advise those whose name appear
. ,ts esll en the Judge and settle.
Strawberries and Peas.-?Ah! re
freshing "beading" that., but not quite
a "locsl." Large invoices of these
?early delieaciee have been shipp-d from
Charleston to New York. We will be
happy to announce the "first fruits" of
Radical Democracy --This is the
turn* of ths new party being formed
. ?meng the Germans of the North.
They prpose to abnlieh the
vtftee of Pr?sident and to vest ail power
In Congress with sn Executive Commit
tee as bead of the government.
A Good Appointment.?M- Wil
, liam C Rives has bneu appointed Trial
Justice, st Rove's Pnmp in this county.
Mr. Rives is a young gentleman of
ability, and marked courtesy snd his
appointment will be bailed with pleasure
and satisfaction by the neighborhood.
Vogne la Galere.?Madame Dem
west rules ths world of Fsahion with
eerv gas i
her fiats. But her votaries in Orsn u?
barg yield a graceful submission to the
?sHIfeaf* *f Wrt- Mau,v ?o ansttsrs of
?N',oV snd taste. Mrs Maulo's beautiful
ppsnteg of Spring styles of Millinery is
?nne-nnerd. The Isdtss sre invited te
- well and stiert.
Jfcv ?erittemen deserve syiwpsthy but
' will ofronree submit
w4Jsjsjn4A^sA^issJ2r. A. C Puken lor a
colloctioo *?f lib faoty candies which wo
do mot hcsitato to pronounce ths best in
our town. The Dr. has one qf
the kost stocks ot candy or er offered i u
this market. Also % full stook of
Drugs sod faaey articles.
Sudden Death-?Mr. Lawrknck
D. Clark, a promiument aad successful
merchant at Lewiaville, in this county,
and a promising sod noble youog^uan,
died at his residenos on yesterday.
The regret of a eururounity slid a gen
uine expression of synipsthy for hie
family will be the natural results of this
The Tin Cup?It has been suggested
to omit tho Tiu Cup from the list of pri
ses at tho eomio'g.. Tournament. It is
true there was quite a spirited rivalry
fur this price last year, yet we cannot
see why this amusing and pleaaing part
of the programme should be omitted
Certainly it was most goodhumoredly
presented and receired upoa the last
Laying the Pilot ?On a very duity
afternoon of this dusty week, we noticed
a Tcry praiseworthy effort to lay the
dust bv sprinkling the dry stieet in a
certain portion of llussell Street.
Tho effort was very successful and was
made by means of "True Porta hi.e
Hand Pump and Sprinklkr," a very
convenient apparatus for watering gar
dens, for waahing windows, sidewalks,
carriages, Ac , or for extinguishing fires.
1 The pump sod sprinkler" is to be had
at Capt Uriggmann'a
Awiling?Taking warning at onr
prediction of the coming boated term,
we not ice that Measra J. W, Patrick A
Co. have ?refted a nor an 1 ?ubatantial
awning. Whose shade will be m >st grat -
fnl to the w?iary paesengar It will bf,
a strong indurem eiit to Mi p au?l nea.
wi h these gentlemen.
And uothlng will be 1 st thereby
certainly. lor the la>ty and neat di?
play of their stoek illustrates it* frn-n
I The arrangement of the shoe depart
. meut is most charming and worth ?
I visit to behold.
The Weekly Herald.?The first
number of the we?kly editiuu of tke
'Cviluntbia Herald was handed to us by
Judge T. C. Audr*ws, our estimable
J CVunty TrcaMirer. It is an admirable
I paper nod tho largest weekly in the
j State. Iu quantity and quality of its
reading matter it ia the paper in South
Carolina. Its style of editorial ia vari
ed, fresh, and chaste and elegaut Eng
lish. We commend the Weekly Her
ald to oar busineea men as a valuable
advertising medium, and to our people
as a most recdablo aud interesting news
Tilt and Touruvy.?We take picas
uro in keeping' before our readers the
coming Tournament to be celebrated on
May 1st, and are delighted to ssc
the ample and admirable preparations
already inaugurated. Tho posts for the
rings are in positiou on the field and
their construction and arrangement sro
auch as to secure sgainst all aeeidents.
The knights about a score ia number
hare enrolled their names en the lifts
and are practicing every fine afternoon.
Every preparation guaranties a perfect
success. We need out of oourse bid all
I tho good people to come. The beauty
nnd valor of Orangeburg will be there
"to see snd be seen."
The Tournament Rail on the evening
of May day will be the the final aud uoi
the least beautiful scene of the occasion .
Cur thanks are respectfully tendered
for a complimentary invitation.
Easter 8port8.?8everal xnisunder
stsndiogs which had been ''brewing"
during the whole continuance of Lent
wete settled in the only way they coald
bo oa laat Saturdsy. The eusus belli,
wo glean, was the "crowing" of one
party who live between two rivers of the
r- ne name ever parties living at tho
fount of jnstice and above, ob the line
of the clte.mim de fee; and the questioa
to be settled ia mortal combat was "who
should be "cock of the walk." All
differences wert to bo heeled and the
defeated party ware to bt knocked into
rnc?-haAf and "to j#te.'* The feeling
was iuteose ; feathers ware ruffled ;
n*r* I?Ve cat Well ?h? ft?llij 1
?rants were pitted ; the scales hung iu
suspense. The excitemeut grew. At
length it was yielded that the partj that
dwells betweso ths two rivers was victor.
Reckonings were had, sad stakss were
It was afterwards decided to go back
to the first cause of all this controversy
snd as a sequel numerous eggt were
broken and the "hash was settled."
Amusements of ttan Week.?The
present week has been prolific oi amuse
uji'Uta with ua. On Monday evening
the drouth of er.:2rtainuiout was refresh,
ed by the efforts of a lecturer who held
forth at Firetnena Hall. His themes
were .Mesmerism, Spiritualism and
general newlauglcism. The lecturer
appeared to be "iu the spirit" but utter
ly failed to mesmerise or electrify his
auditory. Indeed we learn that his
very unorthodox positions wore runder.id
uutcnabla by the pungoat queries and
criticisms of one of his hearers.
On Wednesday and Thursday even
ing the "Klliott Ii all'* was filled with
a highly entertained audience. "John
B\rutu s gr^at show" was there The
delusions of leger-de-main wore very
illusive and amusing. And the Min
atrel Delineation waa really excellent
ani moat enjoyable. The burlesque of
the ranting aermon of au inspired vea
ael "woe very memorable. All who
heard will remeuiber "Lararam." Aa
an African delineator John liyrum ia
certaiuly an inimitable artist. The
audience were well repaid for their
'?\Yhat is your consolation between
Ii e and death!" asked a Sunday school
teacher of* a young lady in the Uible
who blushed and said;
"I'd r'nthcr be excused fr>m spe?k ing
MA II It KT It K PORTS.
Orriua or run Oaasoanuaa Naws,
April, 1? 187?.
COTTON?Sales duiiug ike week
bales. We quote:
Rot'UB Rirs.$1.15 per OSkhel
Cook.$1.00 per bushel.
Cow I'sas. 1.00 per bushel.
I'lanans. 1.54 per bushel.
*.LL ."PERSONS IN ORANUERl'RYi
COUNTV wlshiug to take part iu a TOLRN
AMENT and 15ALL te be g'vso at Orange
burg C. II., about 1st May, wilt please
hand in their names to Mr. J. W. PATRICK.
The number ef Knights will he limited to
T. A. JEFFORDS,
mar 221 if
J. FELDER MEYERS,
OPFICK COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
Will give prompt attention to all business
entrusted to him. mar 2u?tf
'?In SItdicintt, Quality it ?/ tht Fwtt Impor
E. J OLIVEROS, M. DM
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISH. NON-ftXPLGStVE
LAM T6, GARDEN 8F.EDS, &e., Ac,
PRESCRITION8 propared with ACCUR
ACY and FIDELITY, fot which purpose a
full and complete assortment ef PURE
CHEMICALS and GENUINE DRUGS will be
constantly on hand.
Long experience?a successful business
career of mere than eight years in Orange
burg, a good knowledge ef the DRUG
MARKET at home and abroad, will afford a
Mifhcienl guarantee that all goods sold er
dispensed at my establishment will be
GENUINE and RELIABLE.
Appreciating the success which in the
past has attended my efforts, I have de
termined to spare no pains to merit a eon
itasDcs of the patronage So liberally bestow
TE. J. OLEVFROS M. D.
Ne. 100 Russel Stroet Oraagehurg. '
A SMALL FARM
FOR SALE about three quarters of a
mile from tbo Court House containing IS
acres with a GOOD DWELLING, BITCH EN,
STABLE and an Excellent WELL of W.\
TER. Also some CHOICE FRUIT TREES
have recently boon set out.
The above is one of the most desirable
and healthy plaees in tbo State. For par
tioutars apply to Z. M. W?LPE.
Or to THAD. C. ANDREWS.
jan 18 Zm
"S^OTICS. ALL PERSONS HAYING DB
y\ msnds sgainst the Estate of the late
James E. Quattlebaum will render an account
ef them duly atteeted to, and these indebted
will make payment to, hiesars Qlovor A
Glcver. Attorneye at Law
AMANDA F. QCATTLEBAUM,
Ornrf.'^iii-g February ?*>r
?nr 1st ,;i
'ROUND THE CORNER
IS THE PLACE
? jour Table
with every LUX
URY of the Season
in the QROCRRY LINK. My
Delieaelre ore te>o numerous e
mention, but whatever you want in
the KATING LINE just call on
W. T. M?LLER,
And yeu will get It Alee a Urge supply of
of FINE CUTLERY and other USKFUL
A in ICLES. Come and eee the
quantity and quality of ray
Stock. My pricee will
apl S * times. ly
A FINE STOCK OF
HORSES AND MULES
w, m, mm & eo/s stablis
AND GET BARGAINS!
j. Wallace cannon
a full atock
CIOAR8, AND FANCY
BRIAR ROOT PIPE8,
With a complete atock of
CHOICE LIQUORS from
the very ~eat
down te a
OF WHICH IS OFFERED LOW FOR CASH.
Giro me a call J. WALLACE CANNON,
mar '29 jan 18 Ligbtfoet'e Old fc'tand.
DR. A? C. DUKES'
<JRANGEBURG, S. C,
riNfc toilet soaps,
Pt*RR ?INES and LIQUORS for MeJieinal
DYE-WOODS and DTB-ST?PPS kr*n orally.
a full lino of TOBACCO add sega RS.
Farmers and Physicians frnm ths Country
will find eur Stock of Medicine? Complete,
Warranted 'enuiae aad ef the Deal Quality.
Lot of fresh garden seeds.
jan 11 s ef
BY DIt. KLINE'8
WONDERFUL CANCER ANTIDOTE.
Which destroy and remove the Caaear
entire without the risk ef the Knife er the
Loss of Blood, an J at the same time ever
come ihe tendency to Cancer .in the sysiesa.
Wc also treat all forms ef Chronic, Leeg
Standing and Obscure Diseases, with mm
paralleled Success, especially Epilepsy er
Fits, Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Asthma,
Scrofula and Secondary Syphilis.
For full particulars, Circulars, As., call
en or address
E. H GREEN. M. D.,
Gelsboro, n. C.
a. h. LINDLBY, M. d.,
Charlotie, n C.
Or J. B. BENTLEY, M. d..
jan 11?3m Bunter, s. c.
Ml'SIC ?V STATIONER\>
always ON HAND
The celebrated pen LITTER book for
Copying Letters?used without a Prase?
ercry busiaesa man should have oae.
Anything in my line net on band eaa be
ordered in a short titae.
jan ? ? ly
Do You Want
IF YOU WANT
WHKRK YOU'LL FIND
Any and Everything.
0 A Valuable Inv?nti?nr]
AN FNTIRBLT NSW
FOR DOMESTIC USB.
WITH T?? ?%w
Patent lluttOa Hole Worker,
THB MOST SIMPLE AND COMPACT IS
TME MOST DURABLE AND ECONOMI
CAL IN USB.
A MODEL OF COMBINED STRBN?TB
Complete in ell its parts, uses the Straight
Eye Pointed Needle. Self Threadieg, direet.
upright Positive Motion, New Tensten. Self
Feed and Cloth Ouider. Operatea by Wheel
and en a Table. Light Running, Stneeth
end noiaeless like all gooi high priced
maehinen. Haa patent eheek to prevent the
wheel being turned the wrong waj. TJaea
the thread direct from the apeol. Makes
the Blastie Leck Stitch (finest and strongeet
stitch known ;\ firm, durable, close aad
rapid. Will do all kiada of werk, fine aad
coarse, from Cambric te heavy Cloth er
Leather, and usea all deaeriptions of thread.
The beat mechanical talent in America
and Europe, has been devoted to improving
and simplifying our Machines, combining
enly that whioh ia practicable, and dis
pensing with all complicated sorreuadings
generally found in other machines
Special terma and extra.inducements te
male and female agents, storekeepers, Lo.,
who will establish agenciea through the
country and keep sur new machines oa ex
hibition and sale. County rights given le
smart agents free. Agent's complete eutf te
furnished without aay extra eharge.
Samples of sewing, descriptive eirealare
containing terma, testimonials, engravings,
Ac, aent free
Addrees. BBOORS SEWING MACHINE
CO., Ne. 1329 Broadway, New Yerk.
feb 8 1y
Charles H. Green.
The above named announces te these
interested that he is prepared always te
furnish, BEEK, POULTRY QAMB, PISH,
and Meals delivered to any order.
C H OREBB.
A. J> EVANS,
Vor Oranxfhorj < ?unty.
All business ealrnsted te kis charge wW
be attended te with prow places.
Office at his Mills near lolsaea's Bridge,
Benth Ediete River.
sept 14 la
A Iii, WHO WAS?
A beautiful picture with which te adorn
the walls of their parlors should immedi
ately enclose tie sunseriptien for the "Ad
vees?*,"'($2.00) and there will receive by
returr mail* our ??FrOttChrome," which we
are fi'iog 1? every yearly subscriber t o enr
parer. Pen't remit be wail.
A-Hrt-.s PRANK P Bf 4 ?t>
< anoi> . ft C.
WE ARE NOW
Stock of Spring and Summer Stood*,
auch m WHZTI GOODS, PRINTS, NOTIONS, SC.
AUo a full Line of LADIES, MISSES ana CENTS SB OS?, wWh
COLLARS aad CUP PS.
FINE OLM IIAVOl CIUAR*.
In these "Hard Times to Lire" we Lave od head niaey artiolee that wW 4
j ta the "oreaturo eomforta."
Wo Intend to keep always ??F?LL UP" in the
And tell then CHEAP for caeb. All are respectfully Invitee to eaA
STOCK aad PRICES
MOSELEY & CROOK.
, OPP08ITK CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK.
mar 29 feb 8 I
THEODORE ZOBS-& BROTHBR,
ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THAT TUST ARE NOW DlSPhAYItjeJ
NEW SPRING STYLES
IN DRESS GOODS, IN WRITS ?oom,
IN EMBROIDKRIK8, IN TIUNMIMeM.
A Complete and Seasonable Sleek of _
BATS, RIBBONS. LACES, VE8TINOS, HOSIERY, aad fNlBSBWsV.
The best Asserted Stock of SMALL
WARES 'and NOTIONS to bo feaad
anywhere aad at the
We arc enabled to offer GREAT INDUCE
MENTS to Purchasers of DOMES
TIC GOODS, SHOES ef
ready 51A DE CLOTHING, CENTS TEN IABIN0
GENTS and ROYS HATS, CA8SI
LIN ens. aad OTHER SCOSS,
for floats sad Beys Wear.
Hundred Piseee ef
SELECTED AMERICAN FRISTS
Year Ckeice for ISA ^
j. P. COATS SPOOL COTTON 75 0. pee do* an*..
All ws ask of tbo GENEROUS PUBLIC ia a eall at oar
Where tkoy will Bod the BIGGEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS at the theaaeaj
BLB EAYBS ever offered.
THEODORE KOHN 4 BROTHER.
mar f J
TUB UNDERSIGNED. Tf AY! NO THIS DAY FORMED A COPAllT
?% Mia* and Si rle of
j. w. i^atrfck: & go.
raffkCttfaV-J ?all Iba attention ??( he Public to tho tame.
J. W. Y>A
Wo wen!? reqnc*t TNO??B DBSIROCK of PVt
( n ASINO to give VS a call at the Sf A?I) feran
Vrlr occupied, hj
IT. G. VINGS,
Next door to DU A. C. DUKES' Dnar Store, ae-d
examine ear WELL SELECTED STOCK f
NEW SPRING GOODS,
Notions, Clothing*, Boots, Shoes, ftc.
Tea have ?k'j to CALL and SATISFY jeuraelf that we are ready e?4 wltldeYv
J. W. PATRICK & CO
Inform bio FRtEMDS thai ha baa MOVKD into tha BCTLBIN*
pied el tho ?
Who ha inrende to ?pen a FIRST CLASS
JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT I
And will pay atrio? attention to tho
REHAIRING OF WATCH BS-, CLOCKS AND JEWlLlT.
Will alwaja keep on hand CLOCKS, WATCUK3, JRWSLRf, ftm fmm>
LIRY. PLATED WARE, SILVER WARB, and
LANDRETrTS GARDEN SEEDS.
LOOK OUT FOR THE OLD SIGN OF TWt
. . BIG WATCH.
mar 8 4/ em
'I. '.' ? % ' I f'J.d
TBE BALANCE Of MY 8TOOB Of
Reedy Made flethine; and Ladiee Drean
f?*od? *H\\ be ?Berod for tht ne*t BS
da je at and BELOW COAT for the