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THE ORANGEBUKG TIMES,
ORANGEBURG, S.C, MAY 15, 1873.
Mr. Knus Koeinsos h authorized to
collect and receipt for advertisements and sub?
?jgrlgtlgga to tit* 2%sss.
Baptist Church Psaticf efegr Sabbath. (D.
jVAVterhm Church^ 11 A. M.,
and 4 P. M-Sabbath School at 9} A. M.?
Prayer raeetbig Thursday aft#t?oon at 4 o'clock.
Be v. J. D. A. Brown, Evangelist.
Church of the Redeemer (Episccpal) ?Sab
bath School 9A.M.
Methodist Church?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7JP. M. Sabbath School .at 9 A. M.?
Bar. P. AuM, Pastor. *
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
Dr P. A. Dantr.ler. Superintendent.
Mayor?P. H. W. Briggmann. ?
Clerk?E, J. Oliveros?.
Aldermen?E. J. OUvcros, Wm. Willcock,
Geo. Bolivcr, A. Martin.
Orangebnrg Mail Arrangement.
Northern, "Western nnd Opens. "Close*.
Charleston. 10 A. M. li45 P. M
Columbia. 12,80 P. M. 1 P. M.
Office hour* from 8 A. M. tc 5 P. M. Sundays
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
PASSENGER. FREIGHT. *
dat trains. day trainh.
Down - - -12.05 P. M. Down - - - - 7.50 A. M.
Up.2.17 P. M.
Down - - - 11.58 P.M.
Up - - - - - 2.00 A. M
Up- 12.42 A. M.
' xiqut trains.
Down. - - - 6.18 P. M
Up.5.31 A. M
Contract ad>crtisers may change
monthly. Every cbnnge must bo scut
in by Monday noon.
m m s?
BQuTho remains of the esteemed Mr?, j
Kleckiy.wife'of Dr. J. D. Kleckly, were
\ ^>roaght from' Charleston (by the train of
the 8th) where she died after a severe
'Judge Graham expects to leav?
lor Charleston to night, and proposes
tH tiikc a trip North. Tho Spring Term
of the fJourt ytfll therefore close this
tiik PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH YARD.
Sri being improved. We learn that
tb*5 graveyard is to b'k fcg?rrtrlv laid out,
aiid the burial lots offered for sale.
our ptfffr orricE.
The Postmaster, Mr. F. DeMnrs, left"
ou Friday night for a visit to Canada.
Ilia sureties, we ai'd told have Withdrawn
their names from the bond.
0RA-N$Ef?0RG BASE BALL CLUB.
This fJlfjb' Was reorganized on last
Monday evening and there will be an
extra meeting to night at the Young
America Hall at 8J o'clock.
-~m f. ?_
DICKS0N G0TT0N SEED.
Bee notice of a limited amount of Cot
ton seed (Dicksous) for sale at Citizens
Savings Bank. This is n good chance for
those who have failed to get a stand.
The attntion of the taxpayers of Or
angeburg Courthouse, town, or ciiy, is
invited to the notice .of the Council re
specting taxes. A prompt payment will
pccure all from the additional per cen
tagc threatened to delinquents.
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY.
The regular monthly meeting ofOr
angeburg Grange takes place to-day, in
the basement of the Prysbcteriau Church.
The Order of. tho "Patrons of Husband
ry" seems to be making rapid strides iu
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Divine Service will be held in this
church on Sunday next, the 18th, and
regularly hereafter on the Third Sunday
of each month. The members of that
denomination are requested to bear this
ECLIPSE OF THE MOON.
We learn that an eclipse of tho Moon
toolc place, a little before daylight on
Monday morning, the 12th inst., which
was seen by many citizens?the early
birds. Tbo atmosphere became suddenly
coo! At the time ; tho change being felt
by many who are still unaware of the
-THE SOAP FACTORY. ~T
la being demolished to give place to a
better investment. We learn that a por
tion of the lot occupied by this insightly
structure is engaged to be built upon.
We hope in a short time to see Market
street lined with graceful houses.
HORB j*aw and IESsVaRTY FAVOR.
It was generally remarked, that the
Solicitor (Mr. Butfc) who appeared , at
our Court for the first time last week,
performed his duty impartially. If so;
j we may hope for better things.- There
are many somethings rotten out of Den
mark, and the talons of tho law will fes
ten many a villain, who has been spared
because he was a "party man" heretofore.
Don't disappoint the public, Mr. Solici
tor, but make your work, quick, sharp
THE AGRICUTURAL AND MECHANICAL
The regular quarterly meeting of the
County Agricultural Society was held a.t
tho Hall of the Young America Fire
Engine Company, on Saturday Jost. The
very important business before them, vis:
organising and putting into operation the
Joiut Stock Company, made it necessary
that the usual discussions should be omit
I ted, and the. time devoted to the above
object. It was determined, however,
that a picnic should be held at the Au
gust meeting, to which members arc en
titled to-bring their families, and such
friends as they may desiro to invite.?
Each member likewise, will have the
privilege of bringing with him n basket
(or as many as he may desiro) containing
comforts .'or the inner man ; (tho destroy
ing the contents of these baskets forms
an important feature on such joyful occa
sions?, and adds materially to the success
of the same.)
Tho Society soon adjourned, and imme
diately a meeting of the Stockholders
was heltl, at which Dr. Thos. A. Elliott
acted as Chairman. The temporary
board of Directors roado a report after
which the election for seven permanent
Director:, tookc place and resulted n&fol
Dr. W. F. BARTON.
S. DIBBLE, . .
tJ. G. WANNAMAKER,
PAUL S. FELDER,
F. H. W. BRIGGMAN,
L. R. BECK WITH,
JOHN L. MOOR ER.
At a meeting of the Board, held.imme
diately after,-the following officers were,
^ft eck eta ItV
It ?b their intention to commence oper
ations at once, and we hope before many
days to be able to report that the con
tract for building has been given out,
and the work of the Association well un
The following persons were found
State, vs. Peter Fair, rape, guilty,
senteuce 10 years hard lubor lu Peniton
State, vs. George W. Sturgeon,
Forgery, guilty, two years in Peniten
State) vs. Martin Thomas, assault and
battery, plead guilty, 850 fino and
cost or ono mouth in jail.
State, vs. J. Felder Meyers, assault
and battery, plead guilty, 850 fine aod
cost, or one mouth in jail.
State, vs. Calvin Guignard, assault and
battery with intent to kill, guilty, 850
fine and cost, or one month in jail.
State, vs. George Edwards, assault
and battery, guilty, 850 fiao and cost,
or one month in jail.
Btato, vs. Wesly Washington, Grand
I Larceny, plead guilty of Petit Larceny,
ono month in jail, and pay a fine of
$25 aud oost.
State, vs. Laroy Briggmann, Mali
cious trespass, pno week in jail.
State, vs J. Felder Moyers, John
Robisou and Noro Bloom, County Com
missioners failiog to keep in repair
Public Bridge*, $50 fine and'cost, or
one month in jail.
State, vs. Patsy Martin, House break
ing arid Larceny, plejicT guilty of Petit
Larceny, discharged, having bcoo in
imprisonment since'loth of last Fcbru
State, vs. Sampson Branch, assault
and battery, with intent to hill, having
been in jnil under bench warrant binco
10th of February, he will remain la jail
until 10th June next.
. Court of Common Pleas fe~<ftened\m
Monday last, and tho followingorders
were granted, via: .
On hearing the examination of L, T.
Izlnr, Esq., for admission to the bar, it
was so ordered. An order Was taken
out in the case of Whetstone vs. Mettr^
and the case was continued Also, at*
order was taken out in^the case) ef Mid
dleton vs. Asnakcr. Tho""case of A. J^.
Quattlebaurn. vs. Bertha Quatlebaum
at oj. was referred to W. J. D^revjlfc,
Esq. The case of Newton Sistrunk,
ministor, vs. William A. J. Sistruuk, re
ferred to Charles Bf Glover, Esq..
Jamc3 Garvin, vs. W. W. Pills, com
plaint dismissed. John J. Zeiglcr, vs.
A. J. Frederick, struck off. A. J. Sy
phritt, vs. Henry Funderhurg, settled.
Josiah D. Smoak, vs. Lydia Williams
and Thud C. Andrews, settled. W. J
DeTreville, survivor, vs. Lippraan, Rich,
settled. Thad. Andrews, Judge of Pro
bate, vs. Felder, settled. James A.
Smith, vs. John H. Fanin, settled.?
James ? A. Smoak, vs. Mary B. Tread
well, settled. A. H. Roach, and F.
McKce, vs. John Fannin, settled.?
Thomas Hughes, vs. J. W. A?tley, set
tled continued- Henry E. Jcfcoat, vs.
Hurpin Riggs, Sheriff, continued. W. J.
DoTroville, vs. J. H. Austin, settled.?
Theodore Ghampey, vs. Emma Cham
pey, complaint for divorce, ? granted.
Court then adjourned :o meet on Tues
ThefesLease on Tuesday was Thomas
A. fffflmFVs." Peter Avenger, slander,
verdict for defendant.
Josiah D. Way, et. ux. Set. al., vs, Madi
son P. Way,- Adm'r, ct. al., nppeal from
Probate Court, verdict for plaintiff.?
Augustus B. Kuowltoft, vs. Lippman
Rich, Complaint for Relief. Verdict for
Plaintiff. Peter M. Houset, ndm'r, vs.
Jacob G. Keitt, verdict for Defendant.
Margaret M. McGrew, vs. Wade Hamp
ton, continued. Court now adjourned.
On Wednesday, tue.first ease was that
"of Ann Louis, vs. J. J, Antloy. Ver
dicS'for Plaintiff. Frauk H. Green, vs.
Thad. C. Andrews and W. M. Sain,
Money demand on note, verdict for
plniutiff. J. D. Trezevant, vs. Orange
burg County, Complaint for loss of horse
on account of roads, verdict for Defend
Carpenters, Pattern Makers, and Cabinet
Will take notice that P. P. Toole,
of Charleston, Iras on hand nud for sale,
White Pine of the finest grade, wholesale
and retail. Also, Walnut, Oak aud
other hard wood.
. AT .?<b*
M o N .A. JO^ttAS
^Ireat reduction in^^csa of Spring
Good?KbougJit in the mat ten daysu
"F you wan^fco get the best and cheap
ing clothing, go
Sugar, 8. lbs for $1
IF you want GentlenfRnt^assimeres.
Cloths, Tweeds, MeltifiapDrabf d'ete,
Summer drills and cu?$rjnades, etc., all
of the best qualityjtjira&tafc^rgest stock
in town, and at taw^pnclSMpo, got?
Jr* ; McNA
"F you want good Brown H
. one yard wide, at 12} cents,
"F you want Ladies dress, goods en?fcp
. and stylish, go to
F you want ladies and childrens^hoca
of the best quality and at low prices,
go to. McNAMARA'S*
F yon want to buy cheat) for cash, go
L to MgNamahas'. ?
Being thankful for the hiiprar patron
age bestowed on me in tli3 past, I res
pectfully -solicit a continuance of the
same. J. McNamaua.
Appril 23, 1873 10 Xy
THOS. W. ALB1RG0TTI,
vi TWO DOORS EA8T OP
J. P. HARLEY'S
Russell Street, Orangchurg, So. Ca.,
Han Just Received a fresh supply of|
Nuts, nil sorts,
;:.'.# - Toys,
f .arge and Small Fancy Baskets,
Pickles, ftc, &c.
Also Fresh Bread always on hand, aud
supplied to regular customers every day
nt their doors.
In my cake department you will find
Ri" Gungdrs, ?See,
always on hand and fresh.
Fine Bridal Present*,
csh Pies constantly on hand.
Weddings supplied with all kinds of
cakes and Confectioneries at the shortest
July 17, 1872 ly
Rev. Jas. Doigi.as, A. B.,
Pbok. W. 8. Dvvusv, M. D.
Prof. J. D. Mailer, in ccarge Musical Depart
Collegiate Year, 1873.
1st Session, frotn Feb. 3, to June 21st.
2d -Session from June 29 to Nor. 25th.
Tuition and Hoard, (fuel and lighta included
$100 jm.t Session.
Ytrkville, K. C, Jan 27, 1873-49-1y
QMITH'b LUNG PRESERVER is
A Sure and Effectual cure for nil
diseases of,the Throat and Lungs such as
Cou8umptr6n, Asthma, Ac.
Send for Circulars to
WM. A. SMITH,
Concord,- N< C.
For sale bv
. Dr. E. J. OLIVEROS,
Orangeburjr, S. C.
March 13, 1873 4 tf
J. W. Patrick &. Co.,
(?UCCESSORfl TO T. G. VINCK.)
RESPECTFULLY call the attention of the
Pnblic to the new addition of SPRING
GOOP8 jnat reccivsd and for sale at EXCEED
INGLY LOW PRICES. Our stock consist* in
Lenos, Japanese, Grenadirxs, Oil Colored Per
cales, Polka Dots, Lawns, Crochet Ifaii
sooks, Plain and Check Cambric
White and Colored Organ
dies, White and Col
White and Colored Pique, Notions, Pani
soIh, Sic., Latest Styles Spring Cloth
ing and GENT'S FURNISH
Wc hare brought to this market the Cele
brated Star Shirt which wc guarantee to fit
and wear better than any other kind. Meas
ures taken and made to order.
Having for a long time seen the nccc-Sflity of
introducing a first claxs Boot and Shoe in this
market, will make this Department a specialty,
where can be found any kind of Boot and Shoe
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. PATBICK A CO.
March 20, 1873 G ly
1>R. II. BAER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
131 Meeting Street, Charleston, So. Ca.
T~&R. BAEil keen* a complete assortment of j
JB_> everything that belongs to his branch of
business ; and makes a specialty of Trumes, Ab
dominal Supporters, Elastic Stockings. Shoulder
Braces, fur ladies or gentlemen Also Mag.
netn-Elcctric Batteries, Homoeopathic Medi
cines : and Medicine Cheats for Physicians or
He is proprietor of numerous valuable reme
dies, aim agent far many more. He cordially
iuvilcs orders from his couatrv friends.
april 16, 1873 8 " dm
DOYLE & ENGLISH
MADE up their mind to keep up their stock
OF the choicest groceries. Also, a full supply
of Wine*, Alee, Potter and Liquors generally.
Examine our stock of
At the lowest prices.
Feb. 20,187$ ? 1 3m
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY FRIENDS Alf!) TSE
Public in general t^Jtl am receiving and have ready for their in
spection now, the MOST ATTRACTIVE, LARGEST a*f\
BEfiT ASSORTED Stock of 8PRINC/GO>QD8
ever offered in this
who wilP'take th
As space will not pirmit me to enumerate all this different
branches, I can only state that all are fully replen
ished, ond I invite every one to call in
and examine for himself. Goods
shown freely and with
GEO. H. CORWELSOJT.
May 7th, 1873,
GOO ?> S J
T> H Y
1 ? 4 Mil
Arc offering at a small advance upon
cost, the LARGEST, and MOST
SELECT Stock of
Of every QUALITY and
STYLE ever exhibi
ted in Orangcburg.
? The latest Novelties
? in PIQUES, AfUSLlNS,
*"^AWN, WHITEGOODS and
LfcNEN marked down to the lowest
prices. We direct special attention to
our attractive Stock of
jJHATa t; HATS 11 HATS ! for cwbody
and at prices to suit alL Parasols of^cy
cry conceivable Style- Extrao'rtti-'" ' : '
nary Bargains in Housekeepisg .
Gooda. Toilet QUILTS, A
You can rely '4,-.-,'.t ??
upon fit ding the"-y .*
most complete assort
ment of raffling, Corsets, ?
Gloves, Hosiery, Laces, En
broideries Trimmings, Skirts, and
Notions generally at our Store and at
^-hrery low nyjgeft T^IU- *^ TStiir ,~j
Spring and Summer purchases are res
*r\ pccfully invited to call and ex
v_j amine our immense acnort
09 meat We will afibrd
Hrt every opportu
? nl*r ?
Nfj tion of our goods
without being impor
toned to buy.
THEODORE KOHN & BRO.
X* mar 20 11 ly
REAL ESTATE AGENCY;
.The undersigned having formed a co-partnership under the name of FOWLE5 &
GLOVER, offer their services to the community, as Agents for theSole or purchase
of Real Estate, and for collection of Rents, &c. JAS. H. FOWLE8,
JULIUS GLOVER, At CStbens' Savings Bank.
At Law Office of Glover & Glover.
We offer for sale:
A new and boautiful residence In Or
augeburg, on East side of Railroad, with
fine outbuildings, garden, &c,
ONE Plantation of Five Hundred
Acres, on San tec River.
A plantation near Fort Motte, 500 acres,
with dwelling and outhouses in good con
dition?water power on the place.
100 acre farm (unimproved) on Bell
ville Road, 1} miles from Orangeburg;
60 acres each, of open and world land,
j ALSO, at a Bargain, 840 acres (150
cleared) within \ mile of Rowe's Bridge;
\\ miles from Rowe's Pump Depot
ONE Building Lot in the town or Qg.
rTITTT? Copartnership of FELDER, VOSE A IZLAR is this day dis?
JL JLXJJ2 solved by mutual consent. . PAUL & FELDER,
J. GEORGE VOBE?
March 1st, 1873, . WM. V. IZLAR.
IF you don't believe that GROCERIES can be bought at Charles
ton prices, call at
VOSE & IZLAR'S
ALL goods guaranteed as represented. Goods delivered at the houses of Vil
October 2, 1872, 4 ly
LIFE IN8URANCE AGENCY 1
Insure your life in the _
PIEDMONT AND AhLiwuTOJM 1*1* ?S INSURANCE 00.
Capital, $500,000. . .
This is the largest and most prosperous of the Southern companies.
JAS. H. FOWLES Agent, at CitAien's Savings Bank.
I am prepared to furnish Sashes, Blinds,
Doors, Mantles, and every style of insldo
work, at the shortest notice, and ef best
material, at Baltimore rates, adding
freight. Call in and see Catalogue. Work
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
vcfc it-tyr OTangelJWrg, S. C.