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THE ?BARGEBWP TIMES.
ORANGEBURG, 8. APRIL 3, 1873.
tfSf Mr. Kibk Robinson U authorized to
collect and receipt for advertisement* and snb
bc^j>tip1pa |p the Titna.
Baptist Chuxchv-rSetvicefl every Sabbath, (p.
. Pmtbyterian Church*'?Services at 11 A.M.,
and 4 F.1 M-=Sabbalh School' fctOj A. M.??
Prayeii mcctinp Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Key., JXA. Brown, J?vangclt?t. ?
- Chukchi of the Redeemer (Episeopal)--Sab
barij- Schbdf ?A: Mj ' .
Methodist (^tfrch--Services at 11 'A. M.
and 74 P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
Rev. f. Auld, Pastor.
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School **rJ>;A.
Dr P.1 A: WmtxlfcrT Superintendent.
. ? iTOlT^mtCTORY. T
5 ' - ' (
Mayor-H^If, AV, Briggntaru?. . ? ; ..
Clerh^?^J.jpliveros. / i ; 5 \ ; / \
? Treajm**-?f?.'Willcock2 : \ * .' ? ? '
Aldermen?E. J. Oliveros^Vm. Willcock,
Geo. Boliver, A. Martin.
Orangebarg. Mail Arrangement.
Northern, Western and Opens. Closes.
ChaVfeston . . .' ... 10 A. M. 1.45 P. M;
Columbia . ...... 12,30 P.M. 1 P. M.
Office hours from 8 A. M. tc 5 P. M. Sundays
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
v AT, ORANGEBURG.
Dawn ? ?AL
Up - -_z - - i5 "l7 P. M.
? NK;IIT TBAI*"S
Howir^f- - 11.53 P.M.
Up "r - 2.00 A- M.
Down - - - - 7.5*? A.M.
Up - - - - 12.42 A. M.
Down - - - 0.13 P.M
Up"- 5.31 A. M
A/?hday, 7 o'clock, 30; 8, 40; 10, 46 ; 12, ni..
50; 2, p." hi., 53; 4, 64 ; 5, 54.*
Tufehday, 7, a. m., 40; 8, 44 ; 10. 50; 12, 54;
2 p. p., 50 ; 4, 55; 0, 54.
Wednesday, 7, a. m., 58 ; 8, 56; 10, 58; 12,
til; 2 p. Gi; 4, 64; 6, 60
Contract ad\ertiscrs may change,
monthly. Every change must he sent
in on Saturday.
S?$uLook out for notices in this paper
in Probate, and ofher oflieinl depart
Proposes to give each week a list of
consignees Ly Express and Railroad.
J .outers remaining in Postoffice. Official
"imtlee?, and ail public bUfilhesB desirable
to persons away from the town. Take
the Ohangeburg Times ifyou wish to
know what ir. going on.
\S^, There have been a great many cases
ih the Trial Justices Court, this past
tea)" Those who wish Key Checks
will please leave their orders at the Bjok
Store; and they will be neatly and
"VYo.call attention to advertisement of
the Secretary Omngeburg Presbyterian
Church Corporation, inciting bids for
cleansing up the grave-yard of their
-?' ?^ ? i
See notice of County Treasurer in to
days issue calling in School claims for
?a*o" ? * ? -?
B*B- Tlie , installation of. tho officers of
Orangcburg Division No. 24, Sous of
Temperance, elected to serve for tho en
duing quarter will take place at their
Hall 'fTinscmerit of Presbyterian'Church)
*y evening (7th inst) at 8 o'clock
. ai. The public arc invited to attend.
Ou. Tuesday night an atteni]>t wns
mAder titi boro into the store of Messrs.
Moseley <fc Cr iok. The burglar was evi
dently frightened off, as ho did not bore
in over an half inch. 'Ihc villain aimed
directly for the. door .holt. An ounce of
lead would be a good recipe for such
Oar Post Office.
.Complaints are frequent from our sub
scribers, from Uranchville and in Orangc
burg, that they do not get their paper,
wo are confident that the.papers are reg
ularly deposited in tho office, and the
failuroip get them is entirely beyond our
control. Tho mailing is attended to by
us iu a responsible manner, und wo aro
oblig?d to* charge the Postmaster with
_^ t m i ? i
Mrs. David Sn#ll. ? ' ? ?
? Wo regret to announce the death of
iis lady, on Thursday morning last, and
desire to express our sympathy with her
bereaved husband and children, who
have suffered irreparable loss. She leaves
behind a large circle of acquaintances,,
who mourn her, and who can. Ill afford to
loose so valued a friend.
?-?* 1 -'' . ,? ??
Simmons. Liver Compoud. ,
We had tho pleasure of a cull on Tues
day last from Mr. A. B. .King of. the
Firm of Messrs. King & Son, of Col u m
bia, who advertiso the 'aboVe popular
medicine for sale. ?
Dr. Oliveros is their agent, and as he
never sells What he caonot .recommend,
wc believA tjie Article-to be deserving, of
patronajei. * C . a i j \ O X) i i 1
The Apr RH I turn I Society.
- An extra meeting of great importance,
will ho held on Saturday, the 5th inst.,
as will be eeen by advertisement in this
lssno. Let every member attend, as the
business to be transacted will affect the
Society for years to come.
Saturday seems to be a warlike day in
Orangeburg. Another fight took place,
which has been the most serious one Of
tho season; the particulars, .of ..it are a
Mr. K. P. Coleman, (white) and Char
les Green, (colored) had a-difficulty about
a month ago ; and- on Saturday they
met; first came abusive language, then
blows, and Colcmau wound up by shoot
ing Green in the leg.
Intense excitement prevailed just after
the affair ;* the-, colored pcoplo seemed
perfectly infuriated ; at one time it seem
ed as if they w ould lynch him, but he
finally got into the Trial Justices office
who bound him over to court. During
the time he was in the office Mr. D. F.
Culler was assaulted by soma colored men
and badly hurt. "O tempora, O mokes."
Iu another column will be found the
advertisement of one of the most exten
sive manufactories of doors, sashes, and
blinds, in the Southern States. As these
articles are in daily demand by our best
citizens, we recommend all who contem
plate improving their homes or places of
business, to send for circulars and price
lists of these articles, together with th*?
price of builders hardware, marblo mantle
pieces, French and American window
glass, &c, ?c. to P. P. Toale, 20, Il.jyne
Street, Charleston, So. Ca,
TH?S. W. ALBERGOTTI,
*- TWO DOORS EAST OF
J. P. HARLEY'S
Russell Street, Ornngeburg. So. Co*,
'IltuH Just Received a fresh supply of
Nuts, nil sorts,
I arge r.r.d Small Fancy Baskets,
Pickles, drc, &c.
Also.Fresh Bread always o.ij J.iand, jMjdi
supplied to regular customers every day
nt their doors.
In my cake department you will find
always on hand and fresh.
Fine Bridal Presents,
esh Pies constantly on hand.
Weddings supplied with all kinds of
cakes nnd Conlcctionaries at the s. ortest
July 17, 1872 . ly
SASHES AND BLINDS,
Mouldings, Brackets, Stair Fixtures, Hadd
ers' Furnishing Hardware, Drain Fipe, Floor
Tiles, Wiie Guards, Terra Gotta Ware, Marble
and Slate Mantle Pieces.
Window Glass a Specialty.
Circulars and Price Lists sent free on applica
tion, l>y P. P. TOALE.
No. 29 Hayne and 33 Pinckncy street,
oct 1-1 y Clmrletrton, S. C
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. |
CnABLESToN, B. C, May 19,1872.
On nud after SUNDAY, May 19, tho
pafisciigcr trains on the ?South Carolina
Railroad will run as follows:
Leave Charleston - 9:30 a m
?Arrive at Augusta - . - 5:20 p m
FOR COLUMBIA, ?
, Leave Charleston . .9:30 a in
Arrive at Columbia, . . ? 5:20 p m
Leave August* ? % - 9:00 a m
Arrive at Charleston * 4:45 pm
Leave Columbia - 9:00 a m
Arrive at Charleston ? 4:45 p m
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston - 8:30 p m
Arrive at Augusta - tf ;? - 7:35 am
Leave Augusta - ? C:l? p m
Arrive at'Charleston ,. - 5:50 am
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPBF88
1 t ? ?> I >'.'. t . ? '? , -.i !!.'?;! ? /]
Leave Charleston - ' "7:30 p'lrt
Arrive at Columbia - 6:30 a m I
Leave Columbia . - : - .7:30 pm
Arrive at Charleston - 6:45 a m
Leave Summcrville - 7:25 a m
Arrive at Charleston 8:40 a in
Leave Charleston - 3:35 p m
Arrive, at Summerville at - 4.50 p m
C.AM DEN .BRANCH.
Leave. Camdcp - - 7,20 a m
Arrive at Columbia -. 1155 am
Leave'Columbia r - 2.10 pm
Arrive at Cnmden - 6.55 p m
Day and Night Trains connect nt Au
gusta withMncon and Augusta Railroad
and Georgia Railroads. . This is the
quickest and most, direct- route, and us
comfortable and cheap as any other route
to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
Louis aijd all other points West and
Columbia Nisht Trains connect with
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, and
Day and Night Trains connect with Char
Through Tickets on sale, via this route
to all points North.
Camdcn Train connects at Kingville"
daily (except Sundays) with Day Passen
ger Train, and ruins through to Columbia
A. L. TYLER, Vice-President:
S. B. Pievens General Ticket Agent.
All persons* in Orungeburg County
wishing to take part in a Tournament
and Ball to l>e given at Orungeburg C.
II., about 1st May,, will please hand in
their names to Mr. J. W.Patrick. The
number of Knights will be limited to
T. A. JEFFORDS,
mar 20 tf
JOHN S. FAIRLY & CO.,
Notions, Millinery, Hosiery and
No. 37 HAYNE STREET,
Solicit the custom of the merchants of Orange
tiurg, feeling confident that they can ofier in
ducements to purchasers, equal to those olleiod
by any house in our lino in this country. Our
Stork"is always large and is replenished with
fresh good* of the latest style* by every steamer
from the North. Our terms are liberal to re
?pon.-dhlc houses, and we guarantee satiHfaetion
to parties entrusting orders to us.
Jolin A. Hamilton.
Offers, at Agent's prices,
- CANNED PEACHES,
. f SALMON,
A. and C SUGARS,
fic, 4c., Ac.
All at lowest market rates. Highest prices
paid for all produce.
JJQJT Etery article guaranteed as repre
march 6, 1873 3 tf
ALL persons hnving demands against the
Estate of the late John Ronnott will ren-.
der an account of them duly attested to, and
those indebted will make payment to the un
JNO. F. BON NETT,
Enrch 15, 1873 6 In.
]2<OR clearing tip tho Orangeburg Presbytc
#rian Church Grave-Yard are invited until
Saturday, the 12th inst. All information may
be obtained by applying to the undersigned
C B. GLOVER,
Sec. of Corp.
Anril2, 1873 7 2?
We have added many new and beaudful
Chromes to our Gallery. Our eu?re collection
is selected from the best French and German
Chromos, and are copies from the best living
Artists of Europe,
j" Good pictures have a refining Influence, and I
I add* a charm to the' home circle. . The art of
Chromo Lithography has c??>tiibated -much to
the pleading luxury. Exact copies' of the best
Artists are baought within.tho reach of persons !
of moderate means. Good Chro'raoa are infin
itely preferable to second or third rate Paint
OGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
(rOOABTIK, 8tili.man a co.)
our Xew catalogue^ no. 13.
'Hand' Book of Social Economy: or, the
Workers. A, B, C, by Edmund About. $?.
"A few hours of familiar talk about weaith,
capital, income, labor, wages, production, con- j
Mini ption, ? co-operation, taxation, money; in
fact, ubont the words that are dinned into our
cars, but are never defined."
Tyndal'B Lectures on Light, delivered in the
United States, in 1872-73. 75cta,
, Faith 'and Free thought; a Second Course of
Lectures deliverer1 at the request of the Chris
tian Evidence Society, with a preface, by Right
Rev. Samuel W?beriorco. $?.50
Turning Points in Life; by the Rev. Frede
rick Arnold, B. A., Christ Church, Oxfbru.
Music Hall Sermons; by William H. H.
?gurry. 1'astor of Park-street Church, Boston.
Second Series. SI 50.
Lara; a Pastoral of Norway, by Bayard
Tuvlor. $1 50.
. . Manual of Chemical Analysis as applied to
the examination of Medicinal Chemicals, and
for tlie use of Druggists, Physicians, Chemists,
Ac, by-Frederick Hoffman, Ph D, $3 50.
History of Sculpt uro from the earliest ages
Jo the present time; by Lubke, 2 Royal, 8 vols.,
with nearly tour hundred magnificent illustra
Woodward's Manual of the Molusca ; a treat
ise of recent and fossil shell--, with an appendix
of recent ami fossil conchological discoveries to
the present time, bv T?te, numerously illustra
ted. $3 75.
Gladstone's lifo of Mi.hael l araday. 90cta.
GOOD BOOKS FOR THE YOUNG.
Is it true ? By the author of "John Hal fax.''
An only sister, by Madame Ouizot de Witt.
90 cents. "
Derwent, or Recolections of Young Life in
the Country, by John Chester. $1 60.
The IngUses, or How the Way Opened, by
Mosoutli Ml Rol etson. $1 50. *
Thornton Hah, or Old Questions in young
Lives, by Phoebe F. McKceni $1 500
The Day Star, or t'.ie Gospel Storv for the
Little Ones, by Agnes Gibcrne. SI 55.'.
Margaret's Choice. $2.
The l ord Will Provide, by Sarah N. Ran
dolph. 85 cents.
Miriam Rosenbaum, a story of Jewish life,
by Rev. Dr.- Edershcrm. $1 25.
The Homo and Synagogue of the modern
Jew, sketches of modern Jewish life and cere
^ionics, 1*. R, T. S. $2.
Perhous in the country will bear in mind that
by sending their orders to us with the publish
er's price lor any book published in America,
.hooks will be #cnt to them by mail or express
free of extra charge. Address
F?G?RTIF/S BOOK D. POSITORY,
No. 2?0 King Street, Charleston, S. C.
march 27, 1873 C cwtf.
well-known, Plantation "McCant's
Villa, situated in Orangeburg County,
filieen miles due cast of the Court House,
on the live notch Road, containing seven
hundred and fifty-seven acres, more or
less, with the privilege of two hue'red
acres more, recently conveyed to my fon. j
The latter placo having on it a single
story dwelling, four rooms, one fire-place,
kitchen, stable, bam, &c., and about
twelve or fifteen acres cleared bind.
On the larger place is
, two story
FIRE place in each,
gin HOUSE, , ,
And every other building necessary
On a well-settled plantation; Fencing in
very good condition. For further par
ticulars apply either to Messrs. Ifcjar &
Dibble, Orangeburg C. H., S. C, or to
the undersigned ut McCant's Villa, Or
ungeburg County, S. C.
J. C. EDWARDS.
March 6, 1873 3 lani9m
THE BAMBERG HIGH SCHOOL.
F1M1 E Trustees of this School, having secured
JL die services of a competent teacher, would
inform the public that the School will be
opened on the seventeenth day of February,
1873. Board can be obtained in the town of
Bamberg at reasonable rates. For terms-of
Tuition, and further particulars, adi'.rcss F. M
Wltunamoker, F>q., Principal, Dr. L. A.
Wright, Chairman Board of Trustees, or An
i drew C. Dibble, Secretary of Board of Trus
Bnmberp, H. C, Feb. 30, 1873- 1 ? it
GEW. J. B/TGORDON, President.
GEN. A. H. COLQU1T, Vt?-2W?a<
W. C MORRIS. Seoetanj.
C F. McCAY, CviuvUin$ Aetueuy.
PBANCH OFFICE OF1
ASSETS, January 1st- 1870, $1,241,947 40.
BLACK & WARING,
J. A.;HAMILTON, tJ
Agent at Orangeburg, 8. C.
.! ..:> .. tu <iMr
.ju"||?pi?ii ????!?;?? fy
? f ?... ;. >
? * ? '?" " Hi :'??.} tu>" i sow I??|v
OF LIMS, AND
H. PRESTON & SONS'
Ammoniated Bone Superphosphate of 'LJME.
CASH, SSO; TIME,
".*>? *?Hfft1 . . <v jiiy/.'
i bil'fl . - .ii> -jii ;,i L
THE OLDEST SUPERPHOSPHATE MANUFACTURED IN THIS1
COUNTRY. ^ ;i
Above Fertilizers are made from the beet and finest material obtainable
The proportions of each of the iogredienta are such aa to produce powerful and tic.
tive Fertilizers. ' " \ * \ ? \ ' A \
KINSMAN, & IIOWELL,
General Agents for youth Carolina.
No. 128, East Bay, Charleston, ff. C. > '
. J. A- HAMILTON, Agent at Ornngeburg C. H., S. O. w> ?
January 20, 1873 50 . , . . ^
WILLIAM M. BIRD & CO?
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
J ? till! VMj .yv/jjvivwj
PROPRIETORS FAVORITE BRAND BRILLIANT PE
AGENTS FOR * m . i?,tv$
Marvin's Safes, and Howe's Scales.
"... . ? :Tf !.d;;i i ?
201, East Bay Street, (Sign of the Whale,)
March 27, 1873 6 ? ? 3m0
BY Viriue of eundry executions to me di
rected 1 will sell to the highest bidder, at
Orarjgeburg Court House, on the first Monday
in April next, fur cash, all the rieht, title
aud interest of the Defendant in die following
property, vit: '
One tract of land, containing 400 acres, more
or le*s, in Orangeburg. County, bounded on the
Northeast by Columbia Road, East by lands
formerly of H. C. Wannaniaker, South and
West by T. K. !<asp rtas:
2. One tract in said county containing 390
acres, more or less, bounded on the North and
West Wy lam. jf O. Farnum, Kast bv the tnict
above described, and West by land of T. K.
1 mule, I Horse, 2 Oxen, and 1 Cow, levied
on an the property of Anders Inabinct at the
suit of Jacob Amakcr
One tract of land in said County, containing
108 acre< of land, more or le^s, bounded on the
Fast by lands of Wm. Mettd, West by lands of
N. C. Whetstone. North by lands formerly of
Joshua Bair, and South by lands of Wni. Metta
and J. *\ Bcr.y, levied on as the property of
O. V. Metis at the suit of N. C. WhetMore.
One tract of land in said County, containing
1031 acrrs, more or less, ftwamp land, bounded
by lands of Abram E. Sliulcr, George Shulcr,
Samuel R. Shuler, Fredrick Carr arid Jo?hua
One tract containing 1031 acres, more or less,
swampland, bounded by lands of W. Hutto, J.
R. Moocr, Joseph Uowcll, Samuel R Shuler,
and the Charleston ' and Orangebnrg Conniy
line, and one otio other tract containing 1031
acres more or less, swamp land, bouuded by tlie
lands of Samuel R. Shuler,"Joseph ,L. Shuler
and A. Kcrish's grant, Joseph Howell and
Abram K Shuler, levied on as the property of
Charles S. Hull, at .the mit of Frederick E. Ba
con and Crowell Haddon.
? I. CAIN, %. o. c.
Sheriff's office, Orange-burg, C. H., S. G^
March J*> 1878 6 2t
In the matter of John C. Kennerly, and John
Huffman, Bankrupt?, ex parle C. B. Glover,
BY virtue of an order of sale to me directed
from the Honorable District of South Car
olina, I will sell at public, auction, at Orange
burg C, H., on Monday 7th April next, at the
tmud hours of sale, for cash.
Certain judgments, notes and accounts, be
longing to the estate of above named Bank
t A list of the above can be found on applica
tion to the undersigned,
C. B. GLOVER,
j , Reidvllle Male High School.
FOUNDED, to O. 18?7?
Sixteenth Scholastic Year begins February
Tv?o Teochew. hoth Graduates.
Tuition Per Session. $10, $15 and $20.
Board, from 10 to $12 per month.
For Catalogue or Particulars, addreu
W. C. KIRK LAND, A. M . Fparrtnbnrg, P. fj
SCHOOL NOTICE. ,
MISS LOVELL will open a School
for the Instruction of Young Persons
and Children, in all the. Branches of an
English Education, (Algebra excepted)
at her residence, Russell-street, on the ?
2il of April. Should the parents of'her
pupils desire it, a Teacher iu Algebra
and Music may be-obtained, i
Miss Lovell purposing to giire close
and strict attention to the Religious,
Moral and Mental culture of her pupils,
trusts that the .community will, aid .her
in carrying out her proposed plans.
Person? desirous oj placing their chil
dren under her care will please make
application to her on. and after 'the .22?'
of this month at her own, house. Kurbell
streot, and previous to that time at the
hcuse of Mrs. Ellis, where1 Terms,'
wiil he made known, i .: /. .rfrmi
Kkeferences.?Bey. J. D, A- Brown,
Rev. P. Auld, Dr. T. A. Elliott. MrV J.
H. Fowles, Mr. K. Robipson, Messrs.
Izlar & Dibble,
mar 13 At
I FURNITURE! FURNITURE!
THE Undersigned would respectfully inform
the citizens of Orangeburg and surrround
ing coimtry, that hu is now openin* in the
Brick-Store formerly occupied by Mn McMm
tor, a largp and well elected ctpek qf FURNI
TCItE, received direct from the manuutepjrera
North and West, consisting in part of 'Hi
OF ALL STYLES,
PARLOR and BED-ROOM SUITS,
in WALNUT, OAS and IMI
on hand and made to order, at shortest notica,
Wall papering-elolh, Paper Shades, with new pa
tent fixture*. Children's Carriages of all
styles will bo kept on hand.
He'would ask an examination of his tfQck,
and guarantees that his prices are as low as
those <f* Charleston or any citv South.
G. J*. GIRARDEAU.
Feb. 4,4873 50 6m.
I am prepared to furnish Sashes, Blinds,
Doors, Mantles, and every style of.insido
work, at the shortest poti.ee, ?r?<? of best
mnterinl, at Baltimore rates, adding
freight. Call in and see Catalogue. Won;
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
, jHek 18* lyr Orapaeburg, ?. C.