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THE ORAInGEBURG TIMES;
ORANUEKURG, S..C, MAY 8, 1873.
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jgcW* "MrT^HiftJC BdWifsoif'ir authorised to,!
collect and receipt for advertisements and sub
scriptions to the Times. ,
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?V.,) at 11, A. r
D. Durham, Pas
h?Services every Sabbath. (D.
M,^and at 7$, P. M. Dr. I.
Presbyterian Church*?Services at 11 A. M.,.
and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 91 A. M.?
Prayer meeting Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Rev. X D. A. Brown, Evangelist.
Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?Sab
bath School 9A. M.
Methodist Church?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7J P.M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
Rev.. F. Auld, Paster.
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
Dr P. A. Dantzlcr. Superintendent.
ti' < ? - -
Mayor?F. II. \V. Briggmann.. .
Clerk?E. .T. Oliveros.
? Treasurer1?Wm. WiBcock.
Aldermen?E. J. Oliveros, Wm. WUlcock,
Geo^ Bolivcr, A. Martin.
Orungeburg Mail Arrangement.
Northern, Western and Opens. Closes.
Charleston. 10 A.M. 1.45 P. M*
? Cetumbia . . . ..... 12,30 P.M. 1 P. M.
Office hours from 8 A. M. te 5 P. M. Sundays
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
H AT ORANGEBURG.
DAT "TO A INS? DAY TRAINS.
Down - - - 12.05 P. M.I Down - - -? - 7.50 A. M.
Up-- 2.17 P.M.!Up-12.42 A. M.
Down - - - 0.13 P. M
Up.5.31 A. M
Down - - -.11.58 P. M.
-.Up.2.00 A. M.
Contract advertisers mny change
monthly": Every change must bo sent
in on Saturday.
8@u Rev. J. L. hifley has our earnest
* sympathy in the loss of his little one.
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Lizzie Way, daughter of Mr. R. P.
Way, died on thcGth inst., from the pain
ful effects of a cancerous tumour, from
\vhic!i she liti^i ?bllcrcd lor the past four
yenr?., The dcccuscd was about seven
yerirs of hg'e,
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lot fii'c-crn.cUcfs, or what arc" known
"country crackers," but the very
'choicest fitle^tlbh of EATING crackers to
tic found in town, enn be seen at the
fetoro of Mr. Jiio: A; Hamilton. Crack
erj,'jiiniblcij sive'et-cukts of every variety
and shade. Call arid judge for yotir
telvcs; oltr local has called already !
?AGRICUTURAL SOCIETY MEETING.
The regular quurterly meeting of this
Society Will take place on Saturday, the
lOlii Inst.' It is important that every
member should attend, and especially
those who have subscribed to the Joint
fetock Association, Which goes into oper
ation on thnt day.
MR. GE0. H. C0RNELS0N.
Has returned from New York, nmf in
Lo-dnys' isnrt informs hfa hirtny prttrons
of his large and handsome stock, bought
low and marked low. ' Mr.' Corhelsbn's
iacilities ?fe ?uSurpnsscd for doing busi
ness, he has a corps of efficient and cbr
toons clerks* afid is quite alive to the val
ue ?f pointers' ink. You havo onl} to
give him a call, and your visit will be
iJMURDER IN ORANGEBURG.
So says the Charleston 'News and
Courier," in its issue of Monday lost, in
which our town w given credit for a first
\ class murder, on the evening of Friday
the 2d inst. This may be true, but our
reporter, who keeps his eyes skinned to
enable him to report all occurrences of a
, pleasant nature, failed to see it. He
~ suspects that tho murder was committed
by Cupid, who shot his arrows recklessly
,t the Tournament on Thursday last?
:hc victim, perhaps, not dying till the
Again our little community is startled
tth the solemn knoll of another spirit
l)orne hence to eternity. Mrs. J. E. San
ders, relict of Job Sanders, after a pain
ful illness of weary months, was released
iffim her sufferings on Monday night
Kffit. Her impoverished condition, and
colISequent anxiety, was greatly amclior
alpd by sympathy. Slio leaves several
helpless children, who are commended
to tho more fortunate, for such acts
of kindness, as >vill oheer the loneliness
of tho poor a?d"bercaved:
Monday being Sales-T^ay, and the
opening of Court, a large number of
persons werp assembled around tho now
court room at an early hour. His Hon
or, Judge Graham, and Mr. Butts, the
Solicitor, arrived by the midday.train,
and promptly went to business at 3, p. m.
Tho Solictor read rules against the
County Commissioners for excessive char-.
ges, &c, viz: Thirty bottles of whiskey
for Poor House,, $800 for Court House
Fence. $25 for examining bridge (po
bridgo mentioned) 8150 for horse hire.
Most of these he quashed. The Grand
Jury returned True Bills as follows:
State, vs. George Edwards, George
Walker and Samuel Edwards?assault
and battery with intent to kill.
State, vs. Geo. Edwards, Geo. Walker,
Samuel Edwards," Eliza Edwards, and
Ann Walker, violation of Riot act.
State, Vs. Calvin Guiguard?assault
and battery with intent to kill.
State, vs. Martin Thomas?assault
with inteut to kill.
State, vs. Rodney Shuler?petit lar
State, vs. Patsey Martin?House
breaking and Arson.
State, vs. J. Felder Meyers?assault
and battery with intent to kill, and as
sault and battery.
The first case tried war that of Calvin
Guignard, A. B. Knowlton,, Esq., for
Next came up that of Geo. Edwards,
ct. ah, and Geo. Edwards, et. al., viola
tion of riot act, consolidated, A. B.
KnowP.on, Esq., for defence. The jury
failing to agree were remanded to their
room by the "Judge. They afterwards
found Geo. Edwards guilty, the others
The old case of J. Felder Meyers, John
Robinson and Nero Blume for not keep
ing in repnir a bridge at Four Holes, was
heard, Messrs. Izlar & Dibble for de
fence; verdict, guilty.
The. Sihte, vs. the same for official mis
conduct, not guilty.
True Bills were found in the following
Henry Coleclaugh and Edniond Glover
?burglary and larceny.
Martin Murphy?Assault and attempt
to commit rape.
P. B. Coleinaii?assault with intent to
Wade Reed?assauli with intent to
George O. W&nnigtota?bow stealing."
No bill was found in tho case of Mary
Yon, Martin You, and Susan Yon, in
dicted for murder.
A mistrial was brderccl hi casts of Mnr
tiu Murphy assault and attempt to com
In the cose of the Stato vs. G. W. Stur
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geon, forgery, the defendant's counsel,
A. B. Knowlton, made an able effort to
clear tho prisoner. The verdict was
The next ca.se was the State vs. Rod
ney Shuler?Petit Larceny. Mr. Dibble
for defence. Mr. A. B. Knowlton, acting
On the third day the Grand Jury found
the following true bills:
State vs. John Sandal, Asberry San
dal, William Sandal?Arson.
Stato vs. Larey Briggmaun?Mali
State vs. Wesley Washington?Grand
State vs. Govau Jumcs?Burglary and
State vs. John H. Rennekcr?Mali
cious Injury. No bill.
I am prepared to furnishSashes, Blinds,
Doors, Mantles, and every style of insido
work, at the shortest notice, and of best
material, at Baltimore rates, adding
freight. Call in and seo Catalogue. Work
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
mca 18-lyr Orangeburg, S. C.
OOPA RT N 33 R $ I?IP*
fWHE firm of STROB30L, ALDRICII & CO.,
?j proprietor of "iXllfito Stave and ?hitiglo
Factory," is this day dissolved by mutual con
JOFIN F. 8TROBEL,
ROBT. H. ALDRB3H.
L M. A. BLAND.
Orangeburg, S. C. April 22,1873.
The undersigned will carry on the stavo and
Shingle business, at Orangeburg, 8. C, at the
Factory On North Edisto River, under the firm
name of A Id rich & (Jo.
ROBT. H. ALDRICTI,
. . M. A. BLAND,
april 22.1873 10 tf
Rev. Jas. Douglas, A. Er.',5
Pkof. W. 8. Duplet, M. 0.
Prof. J. D. Mullc-r, in cearge Musical Depart
Collegiate Year, 1373.
IstSesdiou, from Feb. 3, to Juno 21st.
2d .Session from Juno 29 to Nor. 25th.
Tuition and Board, (fuel and lights included
$100 per .Session,
Ycrkvillc, S. C, Jan 27, 1873-49-ly
Great reduction in prices of Spring
Goods, bought in the last ten days.
IF you want to get the best nnd cheap
est rcady-mndo Spring clothing, go
IF you want ladies and childrens'shoes
of the best quality und at low prices,
go to McNAMARAS*
F you want Ladies dress goods cheap
and stylish, go to
IF you want Gentlenicns1 Cussimercs.
Cloths, Tweeds, Meltons, Drab' d'ete.
Summer drills and cottonudes, etc., all
of the best quality, and the. largest stock
in town, and at low prices, too, go to
F you want good Sugar, 8 lbs for 81
go to McNamaras'.
IF you want good Brown Homespun,
one yard wide, at 121 cents, go to
IF you want to buy cheap for cash, go
Being thankful for the liberal patron
age bestowed on me in ili3 past, I res
pectfully solicit a continuaneo of the
same. J. MoNamaha.
Appril 23, 1873 10 ly
DOYLE & ENGLISH
MADE up their mind lo keep up their stock
OF the choicest groceries. Also, a full supply
of Wines, Ale?, Porter and Liquors generally.
Examine our stock of
At the lowest prices.
Feb. 20, 1S73 ; 1 8m
SMITH'fi LUNG PRESERVER is
A Sure and EBectual cure for all
diseases of the Throat and Lungs such as
Consumption, Asthma, &c.
Send for Circulars to
WM. A. SMITH,
Concord, N. C.
For sale bv
Dr. E. J. OLIVERCS,
Orangeburg, S. C.
March 13,1873 4 if
SIGN OF THE
CLOCKS and WATCHES,
LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEED.
S&T" Watches and Jewelry repaired.
March 13, 1873 4 tf
glMMON'S HEPATIC COMPOUND,
Or Liver Cure, is manufactured by E. L.
KING & SON, Columbia, S. C
Dr. E. J. Oliveiios, Agent, Orangeburg, So.
April 2, 187 3 7 4t
All Rafts of Timber, passing down the
Edisto River will plenso stop ono mile
below Parker's Ferry, on the right, and
receive Shingles as freight For which
provisions or cash will bo paid.
apr 10 lm
TU ?S. tf. ?iB?K?DTTi,
TWO* DQOF.S E? OF
J. P. HARLEYS
Russell Street,' Orangoburg, So. Ca.,
? Has JpsVRecoived a* fresh supply of |
French .Candies, .
Nuts, all sorts,
Toys, : .
I-urge and Small Fancy Baskets,"
Pickles, &c, &c.
Also Fresh Bread always on hand, and
supplied to regular customers overy day
at their doors. . r
In my cako department you will find
... t. v Gungcrs, <fcc.,'
a I ways'on hand and fresh.
. Fine Bridal Presents,
esh Pies c?nstantl y oil hand.
Weddings supplied with all kinds-of
cakes und Con lection arics at the shortest
July 17, 1872 t ly
jpoGA?TIE'S BO?K .DEPOSITORY*
(FOOAUTIE, 8TII.LMAN & CO.)
O?n NEW CATAEOOtjE W?. Iff.'
Notes on Un-natural history, being a^lec
tinn of fictions accounting for facts.' London.
$1.75?. . A
Caliban, The Missing Link, by Daniel Wil
son, L L. D., Professor of Hiotorv and Eng
lish Lhcrninrn. Tore?tb. "In Caliban we re-,
cover a piece of old coined gold, with its Eliza
bethan mint-mark ; but with a value for us
such as Shukspcare him36lf was unconscious."
$2. . ....
Historical Essays by Charles Kingslcy, viz:
Playsand Puritans; Sir Walter Raleigh and
his Times, ami Fronde's History of England.
Text Book of Physiology, General, Special
aud practical, by John Hnglics Bennett, D. D,
F. R. S. E, University of Edinburgh, with 21
Photo-Lithographic Platesi' S3 50:
The lleginniugs of Life, being some account
of theiiature modes of origin and transforma
tions of lower organisms, by II. Charlton Bas
tian, M. A., M. D., F, R. S.-, with numerous
illustrations. 2 vols. $5.
Popular Natural Philosophy for general
readers and young persons, translated anil edi
ted from Ganolif Cours. Elementare de Phys
ique, by E. Atkinson, Ph. D. F. C. S., profusely
Tain's History of English Literature, re
duced from $10 to $7 50.
The Reformation, by George P. Flshef, D.?
D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History in "Yale
S- Barring Gould, The Lives of the Saints;
January and February- Each volume contains
one month of the calendar, aud is complete of
itself. Per volume $2 50.
Historic Origin of the Bible, a hand-book of
principle frctx from the host recent authorities
German and English, by Edwin Cone Bissel,
A. M., with on introduction by Professor Ros
D. Hitchcock, D. D. $2 50.
On the Banks of the Amazon, or a boy's
Journal of his Adventures in the Tropical
Wilds of South America, by W. E?. G.? Kings
ton, with numerous illustrations. $2.50
Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman
Empire, together with die life und Letters of
Gibbon, with his History of the Crusade, with
copious index, by W. J. Day; Ciiandos Library
Edition ; verbatim reprint; 4 vols crown ; 8
N. B.?Books w ill be sent to any part of the
country free of extra charge on recept of pub
lishers' price. Address
FOG ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 2?0 King Street, Charleston, S. C.
march 27.1873 G cwtf.
Prepared Coal Tar*
FOU STEEPING AND PBEPARiKG SEEDS
THIS preparation lately introduced to the
Agricultural world, appear from recent ex
periments to surpaH.s.idl that luv? ever been at
tempted in that line. It not only contains all
the elements and tit food for the seed in its in
fant state, which enables it to come up strong
and vigorous, but positively claimed that no
rust, smut or blight .can exhif.. whqrc it is ap
plied, and proving a certain preventive against
die potato rot. It dissolves readily, and forms
a mtifdluge by which any material can be made
to adhere to "the seech Coal Tur being a very
small proportion of this valuable compound to
prevent the ravage* of birds and insects, but so
united and prepared as to form a dry powder,
which dissolves readily, one pound producing
one and a half gallons, or fifteen pounds of mu
cilage. On every farm there nre to be foimd lr?
abundance valuable materials for rolling seed
in before planting, which shoidd never be neg
lected. Tlicso are rich dry black earth and
woop ashes, or lime, and should be mixed in
proportion of one part of wood ashes, or lime,
to four parts of earth. By the aid of the mu
cilage much of this material can ho made to
adhere to each seed, which never fails to show
good results. It has been tried on rice, cotton,
wheat, potatoes, peas, corn, and all the cereals
with marked effect, none showing any sigiiB of]
rast? blight or fungus where it was applied.
IJ?Jr For sale bv
KIRK ROBInSON, Agent.
April 10, 1873 8 " tf
AMEETING of the shareholders of this
Association will be held at Engine Hall
Ht Orangoburg, S. ('., on Saturday, May 10,
1873, at 12J o'clock, P. M., for the purpose of |
adopting by-laws, electing officers, and trans
acting such business rfs they may deem neces
Subscribers to the capital stock of the Asso
ciation are called upon to jwy tho Cash Instal
ment of TEN DO Id, A RS per share, to Kirk
Robinson, Esq.', Treasurer of ?he Association,
at Citizen's Savings Hank, Orangeburg, S. C,
on or before the 10th day o f May, 1873.
Certificates of subscription to the Orangeburg
County Fair Fund can be used in payment of
the said instalment
By order of the Directors,
S. DIBBLE, Secretary.
april -23,1873 10 3fc
X WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY FRIENDS AND'
. ??: ?? Public ia general that I ani receiving and have re&dy fpr tbeir in
spection now, tho MOST ATTRACTIVE^ LARGEST and
BEST ASSORTED Stock of SPRING GOODS ?
ever offered hi this market. Any ono
who will take the tronolw will
readily convinco him- .
self Of this
As space will not permit me to enumerate all the different"
branches, 1 criri ohty state that all are fully reploa- ^
isbed, oad I invito every one to call in .
? -/* &nd examine ibr hinisclf.1 Goods'
shown freely and with
out charge. . .
GEO. H. CORNEJLiSOX.
May 7th, 1873,
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x? tuni'i l<
The undersigned having formed a co-partnership under tho name of FOWLE3 $
GLOVER, ofler their services'to the community, d3 Agents for theSale or purchase
of Real Estate, and for collection of Rents, <&c. JAS. H..FQ WLES,
JULIUS GLOVER. At Citizens' Savings Bank.
At Law Office of Glo'vor & Gbovcr*
We offer for sale;
j? nevv and boautiful residence In Or
augeburg, on East side of Railroad, with
[.fine outbuildings^ garden, &c.
ONE Plantation of Flv? Hundred
Acres, on Santco River.
A plantation near Fort Motte, 500 acres,
with dwelling and outhouses in good con
dition?water power ou the place.
100 acre ?>rm (unimproved) on Bells
villc Road, 1 h miles from Orangeburg;
60 acre? each, of open and wood land.
ALSO, a*, a Bargain, 340 acres (150
cleared) within } mile of Rowe's Bridge j
li miles from Rowers Pump Depot.'
, ALSO . , n ?
ONE Building Lot ia tbe towa 6t Qr-?
J. W. Patrick &. Co.,
(SUCCESSORS TO T. G. VINOBi)
RESPF.CTFULLY call tlio attention of the
Public to tho pew addition of SPRING
'GOODS jnst received and for sale at EXCEED
INGLY LOW PRICES. Our stock consists in
Leans, Jajmtuee, Grenadas, Oil Cotored Per
cales, 17>lka Dots, Lavcns, Crochet Nail'
socks, Plain and Check Cambric
White and. Colored Organ
die*, White and Col
White and Colored Pique, Notions, Para
sols, Ac, Latest Styles Spring Cloth
ing and GENT'S FURNISH
Wo have brought to this market the Cejet
hrated Star Shirt which Wo guarantee to fit
and wear better than any other kind. Meas
ure > taken and made to order. .,
Having for a long time seen the necessity of
introducing a first class Boot and Sbpe in this
market, will make this Department a specialty,
where can be found any kind of Boot and Shoo
desired from the nicest Philadelphia hand
made to the more common grades. Call and
inspect our stock before you purchase and see if
we can please you. ...
.J. W. PATRICK & CO.
March 20," 1873 6 ly
HPTTTi1 Copartnership of FELDER. VOSE & IZLAR ?b this day dbv
_L Xl JLj solved by mutual consent. PAUL S.. FELDER,
March 1st, 1873,
J. GEORGE VOfiE,
WM. V; IZL?R,
IF you don't believe that GROCERIES cau bo bought At Charles
ton prices, call at
VOSE & IZLAR'S
ALL goods guaranteed as represented. Goods deliverod at the houses of Vil
October 2, 1872, 4 ly
LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY!
Insuro vour life in tho
piedmont and arlington life insurance 00,
This is tho largest and most prosperous of the Southern companies.
JAS. II. FOWLES Agent, at Citizen's Savings Bank.
DR. If. BAKU, 1
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL j
IUI Meeting Street, Charleston, So. Ca.
?It. BAKU keeps a complete assortment of
everything that belongs to his branch of
business; and makes a specialty of Trusses, Ab-.
dpminal Supporters, Elastic Stockings, Shoulder
Braces, for Indies or gentlemen Also Mag
neto-Electric Batteries, Homoeopathic Medi
cines ; and Medicine Chests for Physicians or
He is proprietor of numerous valuable remc- |
dies, and ngent for many more. He cordially I
iuvitcs orders from his couutrv friendp. J
aptil 16, 1873 8 " 6m I
JOHN 8. FAIRLY & CO.,
Notions, Millinery, Hosiery and
No. 37 ILAYNE STREET,
Charleston, 8. C,
Solicit the custom of the merchants of Orange
lmrg, feeling confident that they can offer in
ducements to purchasers equal to those offeied
by any house in our line in ?iia country. Our
Stock is always large and is replenished with
fretfh goods of the latest styles by every steamer
from tho North. Our terniB are liberal to re
sponsible bouses, and we guarantee satinfaction
I to parties entrusting orders to us.
I oct 30-0mo .