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F. P. BEARD, Ajwociale Editor.
The office ol the Timks is located on
tin* Comer of Russell and j/aikct Streets, oiipo
site the Post Office. We would he pleased to
hare our friends call oil us, wlitli they come to
JKis"* Mr. KiitK Ronixsox is authorized to
collect and receipt for ndvertisenienls and sub
Hviptiniis to the Times.
Oriflm ?fc Unfliuau, Advertising Agt-?., No.
1, Smah street; Baltimore, Md., arc duly au
thorized to contract for advertisements at our
lowest rates. Advertisers in that city are re
queued to.leave their favors with this bouse*
Presbvtcrlan Church-?Services at 101 A. M.,
nnd 6 P. M?Sabbath School at 8 A. M.?
Prayer meeting Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Rev. J. D. Browne, Pastor.
Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?Ser
vices on the 3d and 5th Sabbath of evcrv month
nt 10* A. M. and ? P. M. Sabbath School 9
A. M. Rev. S- Mcllichamp, Rector.
Methodist Church?Services at 10} A. M.
nnd 8 P. M. Sabbath School at 8} A. M.?
Rev. l'\ Auld, pastor.
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
IV 1*. A. Dantzlcr. Superintendent*
Mayor?F. IL W. Briggmann.
Clerk?E. J. Oliveros.
Aldermen?E, J. Oliveros, Win. Willcock,
<.ieo. IloHvcr, A. Martin.
The Signums de capito meet to-morrow
night, at 9 o'clock.
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Attention Ale.?Under this caption,
Mr. T. C. Andrews advises all who
arc indebted to him by open account,
note, bond und mortgage; or liens to
make payment by the first of October
next. "A word to the wise," Arc
"Wii.dCats?Several gentlemen of our
town, of piscatorial tendencies, were out
on a camp fishing-fro lie, last week. They
?spent anight on tie: hanks of the Edisto,
Among panthers and wild cats, which lat
ter (wast) caused considerable disquiet
to one of our yomtg heroes. He was
aiot butt, however.
Cheering.?Since the first of this
?mouth, wc have added over seventy new
?mhscrihers to our subscription list, and
they still continue to come in. This is
?cheering, indeed. Wc hope to have the
Times in the family of every good fiti
7.cii in the County, and shall work stren
uously to that end.
Thanks.?Wo are placed under many
obligations to Mr. J. J.Sulley, Jr., for ji
basket of excellent "Seuppernong" grapes,
sent us on last Monday. They were with
out, nn exception, the largest we have
(ever seen, and we congratulate Mr. Salley
upon his success in grape culture.
These w ho are fond of this fruit, arc
advised to call at Charlie Thorn's and
secure sonic of it.
I \ a tt i. k- S n a K ls.? i 1 j*. F 111 11 It Fail!' v
lius shown us the rattles from twe rattj.e
fiiukes, which he killed last week in
ICdisto Swamp. One of tjje snakes iflcas.
urcd seven and a half feet in length and
thirteen inches around the body, and had
thirteen rattles. He informs us that he
has killed live of thesg monsters in the
last fortnight, and the?~? aro still ninny
"more of the same ?o/i" left.
A Worthy Exterpri/.k.?Several
members of the old brass hand are mak
ing exertions to organize a new band, at
this place, ami have, so far, been very
successful in their undertaking. We
certainly can support a good brass hand
at Orangcburg, and now tkat the effort
is being made to have one, wc hope to
?ee our citizens lend their encouragement
to this end. Wc understand that one
hundred dollars have been promised for
this purpose. Let the ball still roll?
St. John's Lodge.?This lodge of the
Independent Order of Good Templars
celebrated its first anniversary, on last
Saturday, at Sardis Church, about one
mile from Branchville, with appropriate
addresses from Rev. J). J. Simmons, Col.
J). Iv. Barton nnd others. Wo under-"
stand that the temperance cause in thnt
section'is increasing in interest to a very
* great extent. Wo wish them much suc
cess in their noble work.
Crumbs.?Captain Wm. Bradley, the
gentlemanly and courteous Conductor on
the S. C. R. li? vvfts in town Monday
? -?A. B. Kuowlfon> Esq., has returned
to Orangeburgr He had a fine trip up
?Our friends are invited to call nnd
peruse our exchnnges.
?Monday last was an excessively
warm and sultry day.
?Politics have never heen more stng
naut in Orungeburg than they were hist
?Tho youth who wautcd to invest two
cents in Soda-Water, on Snturday last,
had better be cautious how profligately
ho spends his money.
?The By- Laws of the Palmetto Or
phan Homo have been received.
?Mr Gco. H. Cornelson bought the
second halo of new cotton brought to this
?The Orangeburg Agricultural Fair
will common3e on tho 29th of October,
and eontinuo till Thursday, tho .31st,
?Messrs. Moseley, Bull and Lowis
left, on Monday night, for the North.
?Base Ball on the brain.
?Those of our subscribers who have
not yet paid their subscription will please
give attention to this matter.
?Dr. Dukes and Mr. J. II. Wahlers
will have their new stock of goods in
store in about ten days.
?Pay your printer* bill.
?The boll wc rtn, wc learn, has made its
appearance in tho vicinity of Lewisvilie.
?A. C. Dibble, Esq., of Bamberg, is
spending a few days in town.
-?-See the change made in W. M. Sain
& Co's advertisement, Anil govern yourself
?Considerable noise was created on
Russell Street, in front of Court House
Square, yesterday afternoon, by the disa
greement of two < olored men.
-m +? mm - ?
Branchville Items.?There are
several new buildings in course ofcrcCtion
at Branchville.?A "little unpleasant
ness" occurred at the depot on Monday
night, just before the departure of the
train for Augusta.?There is a flourish
ing Lodge of Good Templars at Branch
ville.? Sevcrul members of the palmetto
State Bu.sc Ball Club, win* have been
nfHictiyl with Base Bull fever for some
time, have begun to convalesce since
-wmi ? mm - --
The Match Game on Monday Af
ternoon. ? According to previous
announcement the Palmetto State
and Orange Base Ball Clubs met
on Monday afternoon, at >j o'clock, on
the old Muster Field, in rear of Jligg's
Shop, to engage in a friendly game of
base ball. Mr. Edward Carroll, of
Branchville, was selected as umpire, ami
Messrs. E. M. Carroll and J. S. Altar
get ti acted as scorers for their respective
clubs. Time was called, and the contes
tants, entered fairly into the fight, lu>th
with sanguine expectations of victory.?
The battle lasted for several hours, with
unabated interest. At the end of the
fifth inning, the game was' called and
the score stood as follows:
Batsmen R. O.
PhUJips 2 4
Rooncy 5 1
Reeves 4 2
Enstcrlin (> 0
Fuirey^ <> 0
Heatoij 0 0
Loryca 2 4
Berry 3 1
Total 30 15
Batsmen R. O.
G. Walker G
M. G. Salley (i 2
Lewis Wannaniaker <S 1
A. C. Walker 7 2
L. II. Wannaniaker 9 ?
Voso 8 1
Canurn 8 0
E. L. Snlley 5 3
Total 03 15
Flier.?Eastorlin, of Palmetto State,
one. A. C. Walker ami Lewis Wanna
niaker, of Orange, one each.
Home Runs.?Were made by Dukes
and Hen ton of Palmetto State, and E.
L. Salley, of Orange.
The Palmettos were thus beaten in a
square fight with a club of much younger
age, and of much small ?.?r men, by an
pvcrw helming score. They deserve great
credit; however, for the heroic manner in
which they horo defeat. It is supposed
tlnit nil idea ,of their challenging tho
Charleston and Augusta clubs has boon
given up nnd that they will await f .r
The Orange boys have cause or feel
ings of pride at the happy result of this,
thylr first match game, and our renders
should Mot he surprised to hear, at no
distant day, that they had challenged
the Manhattans or the Knickerbockers,
of Now York.
About 8 o'clock, in the evening, tlm
two clubs, together with a few invited
guests met at tho Engine Home to pass a
few hours in social chat, and to refresh
themselves with a bountiful supply of
tho good things of this life. .Short
speeches were mndo and the evening
passed off in a most pleasant manner.
The Palmetto hoys returned home on
the 10:55 train, much fatigued with their
The following arc the delegates elected
to the Republican State, Congressional
and Circuit Conventions, which met in
Columbia last week:
E. I. Cain,
James L. Jamison,
Thud. C. Andrews,
R. R. Duncan,
A. C. Williams.
COXOIt ESSK>NAI. COX V EXTIOSf.
Addisi n I layncs,
cip.cuiT coxv p.nti ox.
J. L. Humbert,
John H. Phillips,
List of Letters Remaining in the
Orangcburg P. O. to Aug. 28th, 1872.
J. \V. Antly.
M. O. Ciarick.
Martini A. Long.
Secretary Oliver Lodge No 133 A.
D. C. Ulmcr.
Mrs ('. 10. Zeiglcr,
Persons calling for tho above letters
will please say they are advertised.
" F. DeMars. I*. M.
WAGNER & M?NS EES,
LIQUOR 1) 13 A r,K H S ,
1C3 A So"> I>"'J ??d 2 & 1 0?<rn 6(.
Charleston, & C,
have in store as usual, a large variety of
GROCERIES, LIQ U O R S A c,
and in addition are receiving their /arge assort
ment of FAMILY & PL.INT.ITIOX GUO
CFAtf F.S, for the FalV trade, bought at lowest
cash prices, consisting in part of
Smoked ('. R? SIDES AND SMOULDERS.
D. S- SIDES AND S7(OFLDEUS.
Family, Extra ?v >S'upcrior Flour.
Sugar' of all tirades. A Large
Variety of Green A- Dluek
Tea. A Large Variety
uf Chewing A: Smok
A Large Variety of I Ja va/ma and Doii)e*4fc
Sugars, .lava, L?u<piayra
and Rio t'yltee.
Ami Viirious oilier Goods,
Salt, Maekrel, Beef, Fork, Syrups, Molasses,
Candles, Starch, Preserved and Canned Stulls,
Are., Ac., Ac. Their LIQUOR DEPART
MENT is tilled with choice Foreign and Do
mestic, ns also the cheajK r grades of llraudics,
(Sin, M'hi.-kys, Wines A\, Ac., too numerous
Sale Agents for Old (tow, Clipper and Oka
lona Whisky, and the Celebrated Diamond (Jin
in barrels and eases.
rr*hc BOARD OF HEALTH appointed under
1 an ordinance of June "Oth, give imtice (hat
it is their intention to commence a general in
spection of the premises of the eitize.ns.on the 'J7
of August, and invite the co-operation of all,
in cleansing and purifying I heir yards and lots,
so as lo render any compulsory course iiniicc
eswiry. Regarding the health of the Comnmni
ty as of specif I importance, and having the pow
er to rtiforec an observance of the "Health Or
diance," they hope (hat all the citizens will as
sist in securing the aim of the Hoard.
Bv order of
DU. A. S. SALLY,
J. A. HAMILTON.
(News copy once.)
DR. R.B. HEWITT,
34 WPNTWOLTH ST HIST.
c 11 a 111, E s t O N, %s. c.
Can'ho consulted nn the folluwing diseases,
ami diseases, of a kindred nature, free of change
(ihn in strict eonlit'enee.
Charges moderate, ami within tin: reaeli of
All. Ollice hours from 'J a. m. to 7 p. in.
j hjf JSVMATISM ami XJiUJlXLMX.
In all arthritic complaints. :c> rheumatism,
gout, nenial^ia, etc,, tlijs praetico is almost per
fect. The most intense pains are almost in
sfemtly relieved ? enormous swellings are re
duced?ltmhs wl ieh have been contracted and
ptiff fur years are relaxed. Cases of twenty,
tlrirty anil forty years' standing have been cured
by nie, after ail other means have failed.
A great accomplishment ji my triumph over
pain, by which 1 can often, in a few moments,
toot lie und carry off the most excrntiating suff
%Jf thii system did nothing more than to re
liovc pain, it would stand superior to any other
Stopped-up Head, Running of the Nose,
constant hawking and spitting,
constant Blowing of the
Thousands sillier from that most annoying
disagreeable complaint ? Catarrh, without
knowing what It is.
Often the secreted mucous (lowing down the
throat clogs up the lungs and lays the founda
tion for consumption.
Tho most skillful physicians fail to cure it.
I cure any ease of obstruction?stopped up
header-discharges of greenish, thick, tliin or
glairy mucous from the nose, internal or exter
nal?pain or fullness between the eyes?con
stant blowing of the nose?inllaiunntion of the
nasal passages,?iilecratioii of schucideriun
membrane, etc., in the course of a few days.
Nervous Deafness, Noises in tho lb-ad, Otor
rheca?Otitis (discharge from Kar),
Paralysis of Auditory Nerve.
I nm daily treating all aUections of the ear
with the most gratifying r?*f}|U#. Some who
had paid uurists nearly SI,000 without bepelit,
have beeil cured by nie in a few weeks at mod
MERCURIA L DISEASES.
Mercury, injudiciously used, has filled the
earth with wrecks of humanity. Thousands
sutler from its edicts who have been Ulicoti
sepusly'driiggcd by their physician. It is vain
to attempt the cure of the majority of diseases
while it remains in the body.
Although 1 have heard of several so-called
auiidnics for inereury in the human hotly, I
have never yet seen a physician who could
eliminate it from t!te system.
I can satisfy any patient or physucsan jhat 1
can absolutely extract inereury, lead, zinc, and
other mineral poisons, in every ease.
Noli-ma-Tangero, T.upuse, or Wolf Cancer,
Seirrhus Cancer?Fungous Cancer,
Jlo- e Cancer?Spider Cancer.
I make a great specialty in the treatment of
every description of cancer and tumors.
Jlow many cancers and tumors are wrong
fully treated by certain Charlatans styling
themselves "< '.nicer lectors,"
Ai':<-r being prououuiu.'d incurable, I vilj take
any one of these cafes in band, and make a
pel ntnucnt euro.
My terms for treating cancers, etc., will be
haul on the age ami condition of the patient,
and the positive certainly of cure.
The undersigned have this day formed a Part
nership for the purpose of uniting their sepa
rate Schools into one, under tho name of the
CHIANG KBURG AC A DEM V.
Having individually enjoyed a liberal pat
rminge at the hands of ihe ('ommunity, together
they beg a < ontlnuanee of it to them iuider the
present arrangement, promising unabated ener
gy und b.dustry together with the further ad
vantage of Ik ing enabled, under the changed cir
cumstances, in devote thoynsclyes inorccxclu
aively each to his own particubir branches.
Terms payable as heretofore, at t]i> .end of
ChtHsics, - - - 6-i.OO
Kntflteik, - - - - 3.00
Next term will coininence on the first Mon
day in (being the second day of) September
Hoard can bo obtained, in private families,
at very moderate rates.
jas. s. nj.ywAi.n
STILLS It. MKLLICHAMP,
.1 CA D E M Y.
The exercises of this School will be resumed
on the 2nd of September, and end last Friday
of January, 1872.
TKHMS l'KR J/ONTM :
1st Class, (licgiiincrs,) - - - $2.00
Latin and Greek, fifty cents extra per month,
Hoard, per School week, - - - - $1.50
" *' month, (washing included,) 12.00
IlLTiO IL SIIKU1.0AN,
T A V li 0 R ' S
has taken the premium over all Competitors,
for speed and Staple. In .v late contest one of
TA V l.< >W'S "ii) saw (il NS, picked more cotton
than a 70 saw rival CtIN, and the cotton sohl
for.n better price. For-sale at Factory prices,
,L;i in for Oraugcliurg.
SECOND A MV IIA I, FAIR
OF THIS ..
O V FL 11 gob 11 V gj
Will be held at
ANDREW'S FACTORY PUILDING.
Commencing on TUESDAY, Octolier SIMli,
impending b"n THURSDAY; October JHst.
rpiti*"KXB</ljT!VK COMMI'ITKH AN
M. iiouncc I It a I (hev are making u'r.ui^cnicnis
to (b>ul)le the PREihlUM LIST, and toim-rcase
the attractiveness of the FA lit in every partic
ular. They appeal lo.tbe people of the eouiity
for their co-operaw-Mi in tbework of making it
a great successj The kdicfl especially are invi
ted to contribute, and more than twice ax many
premium^, us at the late Fair, will be oflered in
The following is a summary of the premiums
DF.riVTMKKT A.?FIICI.D CHOPS.
For largest yield of cotton upon one acre, $10.
For largest yield of corn upon live acres of
high lands, $15.
For largest yield of com upon five acres of
For largest yield of corn upon one acre of
high haul, $5.
For the largest yield of corn upon one acre of
swamp land, $5.
For largest yield of Rice upon one acre, $5.
For largcs( yield of Peas upon one acre, S?.
Largest yield of Sweet Potatoes upon one
For largest yield of Irisl. potatoes upon I
For largest viehl of turnips upon \ acre,
For largest yield of (5round Nuts upon one
For the largest yield of Native Grass Hay
upon one a?re. $?">.
For large.-t yield of Pea Vine liny upon
one acre, $5.
For largest yield of Sorghum Syrup from
one act e, S.">.
For largest yield of Sugar Cane Syrup fron?
I acre, $5.
Parties wishing to compete for these Premi
urns must notify the Ex.-cutho Committee be
fine commencing t?i gather the ret peedve pro
ducts, ii order that tirrangemcnts may he nia-!e
for an Impartial test of the respective vieMs.?
These premiums to be paid in Agricultural
Tools or Implement*, at market rates.
SAMPLES OF CROPS.
JOHN W. SELLERS, Esq., Superintendent.
17 Premiums, worth from $3.00 to $10.00.
GARDEN AND ORCHARD PRODUCTS
Maj. JOHN J. SALLEY, Superintendent.
12 Premiums, worth from $1.?U to $10.00.
D.< KEATING NORRIS, Esq. Sujterintendent.
28 Rremiunis, worth from $2 00 to $5.00.
MACHINERY AND MANUFACTURES.
Coi.. PAUL S. FELDER, Superintendent.
27 Premiums; worth from 84.00 to $20.00.
* LADiES' WORK.
JOHNW. DANTZLEK. Esq., Superintendent.
5U Premiums, worth froin $1,00 to $10.00.
STOCK?Howes and joules.
Diu ALEX'R S. .VALLEY, Superintendent.
20 Premiums, Medals and Diploma*.
HENRY N. .SN ELL, Superintendent.
10 premiums, Medals and Diplomas.
3. Other Stock.
Col.. JOHN C. EDWARDS', Snprrinteiulcnt.
lv' premiums, nudals and diplomas,
In this Department es|Hfcially, as wll as in
others,, separate premiums are. oiiircU tor
imported animals and articles
J. GEORGE VOSE, Esq., Siijurintendent.
12 premiums, worth from $2.00 to $3.00.
T. C. HURIILE, Esq., Superintendent.
5 premiums, worth from $1.1H) to $3.00.
(*\i-r. JOHN A. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
20 premiums, worth from $2.00 to $10.00
Those dt si ring to exhibit, or to ascertain
further particulars, are requested to apply to
any of the undersigned for information.
Premiums will also be oflered for plowing
and for athletic skill: A new, varied and at
traeive programme of amusements will be car
ried out, under the charge of a competent com
mittee of gentleman, whose names will hereaf
Every eflbft wil/ be made to render the FAIR
worthy of the great .Igrietihural section o/
which Orangeburg is the centre; and in order
that thi> shall be the case, the work of prepara
tion must be participated in by all who have
the interest of our State and county at Itcart.
Wkslky \Y. CuiiLKB,
Lawukn'ck R. R-eckwith,
Jamtcs J). Tke?evant.
lillOWNING & BROWNING
Ad lorm ? \ s A t I .aw,
OKANoi-imJito, C. 11., S.C.,
M.\l.?OI.M 1. I'.liOWNINii. A. F. I'.ltOWNINfi
W. J. DeTrevillo,
A T T O U N K Y A T I. A >Vr
C)flieo nt Court House S<itMi"C4
Ornugchnrg, S. U,
uich 13- 1 vr
HORSES AP mas.
iiim TO IN: <>!'.M THE CITIZENS OF
Ornng< hnrg Comity that ( tfjU leave in a few
?lays fiir Hie I'
SVostorn Stock Market
Ami will lie able to exhibit to llica* lvetwecn
the li?l and 10th of September, at the Ofown of
Ontngcburg and at mv Stahles in Bamberg
Of the Choicest Stock the jl/arket can producc.In
D II A F T HORSES
AND . . ". r
TIMBER AND WORX MULES.".
My facilities for purchasing Stock arc sur
passed by none.
I intend doing n
il i v e business! m
JSSfl guarantee all Stock ?old by me
F. M. BAMBERG"-,
aug 12?tf . ; BAMBERG, S. C.
THE SINGER STILL TRIUMPHANT!
NEW FAMILY SINGER SEWING
WITH ATTACIIMKNTS FOU ALL KINDS OF WORK
is fast winning favor in the household, as shown
bv the rapidly increasing sales.
/This. NEW* FAMILY SEV/ING MACHINE
is capable of a range and variety of work Such
as was once thought impossible to perform bv
machinery- We claim and can show that it *.??
the cheapest, most beautiful, delicately arrang
ed, nicely adjusted, easily operated, and smooth
ly running of all the ramify Sewing Machines.
It is remarkable not only for the range and va
ricty of its sewing, but also for the variety and
dificront kinds of texture which it will sew with
espial fieility and perfection, using silk twist,
linen or cotton thread, line or coarse, making
the interloeked-clastie-stieh, alike on both sides
of the fabric sewn. Thus, beaver cloth, or
leather may be sewn with great strength ami
uniformity of stieb; ami, in a moment, thii?
willing anil never wearying instrument may bo ..
u<i|ifs}cd for line work or gauze or gossamer tis?*
sue, tu* tin.' picking of tarlatan, or milling, or
almost any other work which delicate lingers
have been known to perform.
At the world's fair it received the great
award of the highest salesl
J. K. White, Agent.
Office at Engine House, Orangeburg, S. C. ' ;
pin (1 .1m i
THEY AHE WARRANTED;
They contain no arsenic or poisonons ingre
dients of any kind?nothing in the least degree ;
injurious to the system under any circumstance*
?ami may be administered-with perfect safety .
to an infant*
They never fail to cure thetmost ol>stlnato
case when taken as directed.
They cure immediately. In no ease will tbo
patient have more than one chill after the first,
dose, ami in tho majority ,t;f r:ises not even that.
They aceojnpjislj the work by destroying the
cause of disease, which no other remedy pre- .
ti'hiU to dp.
TJie*y are an effectual preventive, neutralizing'
(lie malarious poison in the system, and thus
averting its epiisotptenecfl.
They are warranted in every instance. If
they do not cure the money will lie refunded,
l?or tale all over the South,
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Proprietor*, Charleston, S. C.
July 17, 1872 . 23 fun
The citizens of Oraneebnrg are notified that
J. II It'AHLEllS has openctl
First claw JLIQUOR STORE ami Drinking
Saloon; where be will always ?/e
To dispen.-e the finest hmndsof ALES, 1I7.V/8
LIQUORS, SUGARS, ttc, rfiat can be had
in Orangeburg. IM).N'T
CJet that the ENTERPISE is a first-cfass m
loon, conducted on the most Improved plan,
ami a place where loafers are- not permitted
V> congregate, ami where no discussions rind
harrangues are allowed. A pvestiVg invitation
h extcntled to
To call ami examine my stock, l>efore going
J. 11 HUM AN W?HLERS.
jul 10 lyr
Charleston, s. c.
II. Hamilton, (i. t. Alford & Ct.,
dr. t. berwick leg A he,
1? en tal sur? e o n,
CiindtmtCj Baltimore College Dental
i ''./'.. M.t.Lt eiftvt, Ut\T Store <>/J. A. Ham illon