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LOCAL. _
A new storo is being built at Fort
Mofcto.
Sardy's {fertilizers. Sec advertiso
jmcnt .elsewhere.
We learn that several marriages
an to como oil* shortly.
Wallace Cannon has a full supply
of all leu; Is of nice things.
_____ ^?___i__fc m _ j m?, _
The Eclectic for February is upon
our table. It is tho best publication
in A.mcrica.
Mat AI brecht furnishes the best
beefsteaks in town. To secure them,
leave orders at his store.
Mr. Joseph Larking, so long Jury
Commissioner for this County, has
been removed.
Bee notice of administratrix, E. T.
Glover", iu this issue of the Njcws and
Times.
There is a big Bonanza in knowing
something that is going on in the
Court House Square.
The Trial Justices had another
meeting on Thursday last. Impor
tant business was transacted.
Jtlclgc Couke passed here on Thurs
day last, m route for the city by the
sea.
August Fischer has a large and
varied slock of graeerics, liquors, &e.
Give him a call, and thus banish dull
care.
There will be preaching in the
Lutheran Church on fc-'unday night
by liev. Mi ? l>uTort, who is said to ho.
a strong and eloquent preacher.
Attention haOie.s.'?
Head Mrs. Winberg's advertise
ment. If we did hot tell you, wc
would never be forgiven. Head then
and go and tho rest is for you.
Wc regret to slate that Mr. Wal
lace Cannon is confined to his boil by
severe illness. We trust that his
genial fane will soon bo upon our
streets again.
The advertisement of Wilcox,
Gil.hs & Co., importers ami dealers in
?!tui!in,xr'i)l be found in ionlay's paper.
Messrs. Hull <fc Seovill are their
aigonts at this place.
Coliwnbia hasn't got, the air of pros
3'crity that characterized it three
yea is ago. Very low if any improve
ments arc going on, while the city
presents a woo*begone and povorty
?trick on look.
A lady in our neighborhood wbu
had siiHercd: for ovei three months the
most extreme torture by a violent
cough, has become completely cured
liy Dr. jluliV; Cough ?Syrup. For
j-nie in every ilitig .store.
The cam in the issue of to-day of
Mrs M. Ii. Oliver is commended to
our readers. Her efforts to provide a
School .for beginners will be faithfully
sought lor, and we wish a full support
to the enterprise.
- ?w?- ? ?? -
Jefferson Davis has just lost a suit
f' r S7.000 in a court at Vieksbnrg,
Miss. The ex-President juit in n
claim for that amount against his
brother's estate, but the court decided
agui: sL him.
Tho advertisement of S. E. Tobiu
<fe Co. is in another column, who pro
posc to keep constantly en hand a full
line of dry goods, groceries, &e. All
orders bought, delivered free of charge.
Housekeepers, make a note of this.
Mr. Joab W. Mo-clcy has been ap
pointed J ury Commissioner for this
County. Mr; Mosel ey is an intelli
gent and highly respected citizen of
this place, and will sec to it that the
law is carried out.
Strauss & Co. have added another
important adjunct to their establish
ment iu this place. They have just
put up a plaining machine, and are
now prepared to put lumber into al
most any shape) and make it as
smooth as glass.
Mr. Kirk Kobinson, .Secretary
Treasurer of the Agricultural atul
Mechanical Association of Orangc
burg County, advertises that a meet
ing of said Association will be held at
the Fair building on Sal unlay, Feb
ruary 12, (next) at 11 o'clock a. m.
Don't 'all speak speak at once!
IX K. F. has one or two thousand dol
lars io lend on unencumbered real
estate iu the town of Orangcburg!
Who is it eun say there is not life in
ihc old land? Ivcad notice in anoth
er column.
Whitewashing ia going on. Good.
Sign of thrift as well as good lasto.
It will bo hardly necessary to tell
tho namo of the facetious party who
went into a dry goods store the other
day in Orangeburg, and was observed
to be looking about, when tho proprie
tor remarked to him that they didn't
keep whisky. "It would save you a
good many steps if you did," was the
quick reply. m
GOOD FOR TUE PKOPLR?
As was announced in our ?nst issue,
Mr. J. C. Pike, ao long and favorably
known as a partner of Bull, Scovill &
Tike, is now to himself, occupying tho
store lately kept by Mr. Vose. Mr.
Tike's advertisement is printed in
another column, and wc call attention
to it. Our readers will find much to
console them these hard times by call
ing at this new store, where an unsur
passed stock of dry goods, shoes, hats,
caps, groceries, hardware, crokcry,
and fertilizers will bo found. Mr.
Pike promises} to sell at prices to suit
the hard times, and warrants pure
every article he has for sale. We
wish him unbounded success.
Trial Justice Association
January 20, 1876,
The adjourned meeting of the
"Trial Justice Association," for Or
angeburg County was held this day,
President Hi P. Cookc in the Chair,
Mr. A. F. Browning from the com
mittee on constitution, submitted a
draft of same, which with some lew
additions, was adopted. The associa
tion then went into an election of I
officers with the following result
11 Powell Cooke, President.
A F Browning, 1st Vice President.
W II Girardeau, 2d Vice Presi
dent.
F \Y Vogt, od Vice President.
E A Webster, Secretary and Trea
surer.
J M Green; Corresponding Secreta
ry.
M I Browning, Solicitor.
On motion of Mr A F Browning,
His Kxecllcncy Governor Chamber
lain was unanimously elected an hon
orary ?mein her. After signing the
con-titutiou and paying the iniatiou
fee, a resolution was passed to publish
the minutes in the tN i:\va and Timeh
and /Vet! Citizen. Meeting then ad
journed.
Wm. Ii. GinAnuKAU,
Secretary jn-o tern.
CUT THIS OUT,
It May Save Your I,Ho.
There is no person living hut what suffers
more or less with Lung Dis-sase, Coughs,
folds or Consumption, yet some would die
rather than pay 75 cents for a bottle of
medicine that would cure them. Dr. A.
IV'schec's (tcrinan Syrup has lately beeil in
troduced in this country from (Seiiiiauy,
and its wonderous cures astonishes every
one that try it. If yon doubt what we say
in print, cut this out and take it to your
Druggist, Dr. A (.'. Dukes, and got a sample
bottle for 10 cents and try it, or a regular
size for 75 cents.
dee 11 tf
Market Reports.
GUTTUN M Alt KIT.
Corrected every week by Mc.-wrs. Hull,
Scovill ? Pike.
Middlings.-.
Low Middlings.It1}
Ordinary.? @ "
PROVISION MARKET.
Corrected every week by Mr. J. W. Mose
ley.
nuvixo pricks
Com.$ 90
New Corn.
Peas. SO
1-odder, per 100 lbs. 1 00
Rough Rice. 1 10
KKM.IXO PRICKS
White Sugar. 7?S.] Rw to the $1 00
Rrown *' [email protected] " " 1 00
Cotfee.25 (o\80
Lard.18 ?20
S (.! Hams.10 ?18
Smoked Sides.17 ?18
DS " .l.r> ?1?
Smoked Shoulders.12-1 ?18 }
D S ?? .12 ?>
Flour.$15 ")()(.(' 10 00
(iosbeii Rutter.I0?50
Salt per sack.$2 00
Real 1 state for Sale.
All that Plantation, in (he Comity of
Orangeburg oil tioodland Swamp, contain
ing 180 acres, more or less, and known as
"Phillips' MiM," bounded by lands of R A
Yon and Ariel Abbs, and the Run of Ciood
laiid Swamp;together with .1 interest in the
Mil! Pond, ami a Mill and Gin, dwelling,
outbuildings, A-c, will be sold at public out
cry on (lie twelfth day of January, I iST<> at
the dwelling house on (be said Plantation.
Terms?One fourth Cash, balance on a
credit of one and two years, with interest
from day of sale at rate of H per cent per an
num unlit paid, purchaser to give bond and
mortgage for credit portion, and to pay for
papers and recording. The land will be
sold :u a whole, or in parcels, to sui; pur
chases.
Rv direction of the parties owning said
hind who are all of age and will unite iu
conveying to (he pin chasers.
For further particulars enquire of, or
address,
W F PHILLIPS,
Orangeburg, P. ()., S. C.
or J W PHILLIPS,
Elko, P. O j S. ('.
; doe 25 at
?*5 to SO
Per Day ni Homo. Terms free.
Address (1. ?TINSON & CO.,
Portland, Maine
jan 20 1875 13
J. C. P I K E,
VOSEIS OLD STAND,
Has OPENED, REFITTED and RESTOCKED this Large and Com
modious Storo with the most
SELECT STOCK OF GOODS
EVER OFFERED HERE, comprised of
FRESH GROCERIES,
WOOD WARE;
CROCKERYWARE,
HARDWARE,
GLASSWARE,
CANNED GOODS.
Dry Goods, Hate, Boots and Shoes, g
Which is bflei-c 1 at PRICES that will ASTONISH those that wish to
SAVE MONEY these HARD TIM KS. A call will convince you of the
above facts.
couNTrry prodtjcje w_\jsrTEr>9
For which the HIGHEST MARKET PRICES will bo paid.
OST Constantly on hand FERTILIZERS,
jan 21)_1870 _ly
S. JE. TO?IN.
S. A. AI.REItGOTTI.
rii
7
CORNER RUSSELL STREET AND RAILROAD AVENUE.
Wc beg respectfully to call the attention of the Citizens of Orangcburg
and?urrouuding County to our FULL STOCK of
GROCERIES,
ROOTS,
HATS,
DRV GOODS,
SHOES,
HARDWARE &c.
Which wc offer at PRICES which cannot fail to PLEASE.
Special attention will be given to ^
FAMILY GROCERIES.
And no po.insspared to make THIS a HOUSE where
ITIIIST CLASS (:IOODS
Can be had at LOWEST FIGURES. No trouble to Show Goods. All
articles bought delivered Free of Charge.
JCSr Mr. J. S. ALI*>ERGOT'JT can be found here prepared to take
FIRE RISKS in Good Companies, at Reasonable Rates.
jan 21)_J 870_ly
A XI)
COMFOI WD ACID FIIOSPISATE.
These well known Manures of high grade made under the supervision of
Dr. St. J. Raven el, arc for sale at present prices on limited terms.
Foi descriptive circulars containing full iuformatio and prices apply to
II. E. FROST & CO., General Agts, Charleston, S. .C.
20
PULL & SCOVILL, Orangeburg, S. C.
W. D. LUKES, Rowe'i Pump, S. C.
CLARK & ARTHUR, Lewisville, S. C.
1S7U
iy
SARDY'rt TTTgT?TTT^T^T*] RS.
TI5K J35JFST AS? ClIKAPJEST IS USK.
Manu fact tired by the Ashepoo Alining ami Manufacturing Guano Co.
Fnrtoru:* at Charleston, S. (,'., <>//>><? North Atlantic Wharf.
SAIS1>Y\S ASI.WO.Vi ATE? SOLU 151", fc PACIFIC G?AXO .
Phosphate Peruvian Guano and Dissolved Rone Phosphate.
These well known Staudard Fertilizers, after ten years Practical Test throughout
tlicSouth, iinye ptovetl to he the liest in use for Cotton, Corn and all other Crops, particu
larly adapted lo (lie Southern Climate and tfoil?the Crops in many instanced being
3Ior<> than Douhled I>y (heir liNC.
While these fertilizers are being prepared from the liest Ingredients and of even
of Higher tirade (lain ever before, The PrittCH ha VC been Materially
educed lor Use Presen I Season, thereby placing them within the
ch of cverv t'lanter, anil none can allbrd 10 do without tlietu.
iiilO. JK. C01t.\'KI.S<).\, Agent at Orangcburg, S. C.
J??s"" A liberal Discount will be made to Dealers and Urangers. jan 29?3m
COTTON" "FT1 OH OU^VTsro!
A FA III KXCIIANUK.
TBffC-: ('ElLlKKfiltATHIft FBORTIF.IZlill,
WILCOX, Gl HPS ? CO.'S MJN1PULATED GUANO
I? o tie red at the following Liberal 'J'erniS.
ON CREDIT TO 1st NO VKMHEIi, 1S70, with option of paying in Cotton on the
Ikisih of 17 (rents for Middling, delivered at the Planter's nearest Depot, (Planter paving
expenses on Uii.ino to destination,) Per Toil $70.00.
'i'he Advantage !<? the Partner in buying on these terms is plain, an he will
know when he buys the Guano, that -112 pounds Cotton, (Middling) will pay for it, no
blatter how low the price may be. and can make bis calculations accordingly.
The QUALITY of this ?uano is Unequalled, as has been thoroughly estab
lished bv the ii.se of the manv thousand tons we have sold. Our Agents sell on name
terms. * ' \V I 1 ,(3OX; ?l B BS, & GO;
WmiiTl'lIlS AND DEALERS IN GUANO.
1 hat ic?on. s. C., and Savannah, Gs.
For Sale by HULL ft SC?V I LL, Orangeburg, S. C. jaa 29?3m
AT
DOYLE'S
J. IL SC
With a full supply of Groceries
d General Merchandise.
The best DRY GOODS, GROCER
IES, LIQUORS, &c., in the County.
Let everybody come to my store.
J, WALLACE CAUUOU.
OF
T. KOHN & BROTHER
With the beginning of the Cen
tennial Year we will begin onr reg
ular CLOSING OUT Sale of Stoek.
All Goods will he sold at GREAT
REDUCTIONS to Secure a Speedy
and Decided Clearanoe.
How is the time to Secure BAR
GAINS. Call early and. often.
Theodore Kohn & Brother.
1876. ^ 1

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