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THE ?RANGEBTJRG TIMES.
ORANGEBURG, S. 0., MAY 20, 1873.
t?^JP&?i\ jpbui. R?nrNBON la authorized to
collect and receipt for advertisements and' tfUb-'
scriptions to tho Time:-.
Baptiat Church?Services every Sabbhth. (D.
\ 11, A. M? and at ~
J.,^at 11, A. M? and at 7}, P. M.
Presbyterian Church*?Services qt 11 A. Mu
and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9$ A. :M.~
Prayer meeting Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Rev^ jl^D. A, Brown, Evangelist. - -
Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?Sab
bath School 9A.M.
Methodist Church?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7f P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
Rev. P. Auld, Pastor.
"YAi&eran "Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
Dr P. A. Dantzler, Superintendent.
TOWN DIRECTORY/ ' "
Mayor?F. H. W.' Briggmann.
Clerk?E. J. Oliveros.
Alilermcn?E. J. OUvcros, Wm. Willeock,
Gco. Boliver, A. Martin.
Orangebnrg Mail Arrangement.
Northern, Western and ? Opens. * Closes.
Charleston.10 A.M. 1.45 P. M*
Columbia . ..... 12,30 P.M. 1 P. M.
Office hours froin 8 A. M. tc 5 P. M. Sundays
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
DAY TRXUre- . PAY TRAINS.
Down - - -.12.05 P. M. Down- 7.50 A. M,
Up- - 2.17 P.M. Up - - - - 12.42 A. M.
Down -' - - 0.13 P.M
Down,- - - 11.53 P. M
Ud- - 2.00 A. M
Up.5.31 A. M
Again in the providence of an all wise
God, our heads arc bowed to a decree,
that sende a pang of extreme sorrow to
the hears of this community, and inflicts
a bereavement sere and wide. Yel us
we stand Circumscribed with mundane
vieivs, and scarcely see beyond the gravo
which hides the loveliest of friends, we
bemoan the Loss which is ours: The
gain is a victory so vast, that tho. infini
tude of Heaven is triumphant with rc
joiciug. Mrs. S. Hutson, tho. devoted
wife of our honorea citizen, Col. W. F.
fm, after an illness of several weeks,
ileep in Christ on the night of the
inat, at 10 o'clock. "NVo obtrude
t'h'es?.'c!ie'd>i'!s>j of unutterable grief,
to lay our poor tribute at the grave,
where the purest flowers strewn, but
fnintly typify the virtues of the dead
Her hTo was a mission of charity. The
friciUllcts drid poor have lost & matchless
friend, the church "a mother in Israel,"
her family a companion whoso departure
leaves a void of untold loneliness and
gloom'. Thri light of her example, and
loveliness of Her'life, is for future good.
Tier work is done, and the seal of triumph
is set. "Ble-scd are tlic dead, which die
in flie Lord from'henceforth ; yea; saith
tho Spirit, that they may rest from their
labours, and their works do follow them."
"While a desolate 'husband, and 3.tri sleep
children/nml-numerous friendV awaited
a last word, the confines of timo and
eferdity had met. So calmly, so sweetly,
that tlie enfrced spirit had leapt toward
iicavcn leaving the body to" its final re?t.
Tiro quiet of Sabbath evening was broKon
by. the. sad church hell's toll. Hundreds
gathered around the new grave, and as
the sun sank in the* west, her remains
were lowered where "dust is returned to
dust." No memory will be longer nor
more tenderly revered than hers.
Uhc Order of Sons started last year in
our midst, has persistently, and without
parade of effort held its meetings. It
now numbers a large and hopeful socie
ty. The influence of the movement is
p'ainly perceptible, and hearts and homes
are lighter and brighter therefor.
We had the pleasure of a visit from
Mr. S. A. Jones, direct from Manatee
Florida, where he has been for the last
six years, and is now on a trip to his
native home. Mr. Jones has presented
us with a citron lemon weighing 221
ounces, the fruit is only used for pre
serving, is of a beautiful pale green color,
and in shape resembles the Sicily lemon.
Ho leaves with us also a beautiful speci
men of french lemon, which is superior
in appearance to the Bicily, and is said
to be civiitc as delicate in flavor. Mr.
Jones thinks this market can bo supplied
direct 'ryith an abundance of Florida
fruit. We hope he -will matte the trial,
and bo amply repaid.
PAY YOUR TAXES!
We aro requested to again urge the
prompt payment' of the Town tax, now
being collected, and-, thereby avoid the
penalty attached. The tax is one mill
upon all' Real Estate, and the usual
license tax, for year ending April 1st,
1874. We would also correct tho opin
ion of many, that this is an extra tax,
which is not the case. t The one collected
lasfc fall (3 mills) was for 3 car ending
Aprilvlat,:1873, and was ?et called for"
at the usual time, last spring. The books
will bo open till 2d June (tfext M?hday),
nfter which time penalty will attach.?
Call on the collector, Mr. Kirk Robin
sou, at the Engiuc House.
Is growing in favor with the people,
the subscription list is lengthening out.
Every friend of the Times should send
us a new name, until it shall be read in
every home in the cour.ty.
A. drop box is needed to afford persons
an opportunity 01 depositing letters, &c.,
when the office is closed. A stranger
wishing to leave by the train a few nights
since, was obliged to put bis letters in
the bands of a friend to deposit for
Mr. T. D. Wolfo is erecting a store
next to the building ho now occupies.?
It is eligibly located for business.
b?>&, We have received from Mr. Wiss
of our town, several admirable transln.
ions from the French, to which we will
give space ns early as our columns will
admit. Meantime our readers may be
on tip toe, for these spicy contributions.
W, T. JiULLER;
Seo advertisement of this gentleman
to-day, who proposes a change of busi
ness, and offers at low rates, a full stock
of first class family groceries,'comprising
many nrtielcs kept by no other house in
town. Merchants, as well as other cus-.
tomers, arc invited to the establishment
round the corker (of Brougluon-St.)
where they are promised bargains, this
being no catch-penny advertisement, but
a bona-fide offer, as Mr. M?ller means
business. His many regular customers
will take advantage of this offer, as they
know the class of goods he keeps, but we
advise every one to go early and get
Xsow that; the rates of Fire Insurance
have been so much increased, it appears
to us necessary that our Town Council
should purchase fwo or'three of these in
, valuable instrumenta'without?'delay, car
rying out the recent resolution adopted
This is an important nuitter, the delay
ing of which for a single da*y, mny cost
tho town thousands of dollars.
Dr. A. M. Snider has received his
supply of elegant and useful books, pre
viously mentioned iu our paper, and will
canvas the county generally to effect
?S?" Seo advertisement of John A.
Hamilton. Cheap Sugars, Bacon, <fcc.
Tho regular Quarterly Meeting (ns
announced in our last issuo) was held on
Thursday last tho 22d hist, at the Hall
of the Young Americas. The attendance
wc regretted to observe, was small, and
wns tho cause of considerable discourage
ments to the few who made it their duty
tobe present. This was no doubt owing
to the busy season of the year among
farmers, of whom the Association is
hugely composed; but even this will
hardly account for tho luko warmness
shown by many, who aro known to sym
pathize heartily with tho objects -of the
It is hoped that the work of tho Asso
ciation will bo aided bv the change of
tho Annual Meeting, from February to
Fair week of each year, when every one
visits town, and can attend tho meeting.
.Tho Orator for tn is year, is Mr. Hugo G. |
Sheridan,'who is \?ell fitted for this pleas
ORANGEBURJ} BIBLE SOCIETY.
Romcmber the Annnal Meeting of this
Society to be held&in the Presbyterian
Church, on Sunday next (1st inst.) at ?
P. M. The object for which this Society
was organized, must commend itself to
all, and wo take it for granted the atten
dance will* be largo. The annual address
will be delivered by the Rev. G. A.
Hough of tho Evangelical Lutheran
Church, and we can safely promise a
treat to every one. The Annual Elec
tion for officers, for ensuing year, will be
held, and a collection taken up to fur
ther life' interest of this praiseworthy
??y* During the storm of Saturday
evening last, the residence of Dr. Thomas
Elliott was struck by lightning. Tho
bolt leapt from a pine at the north of the
building, to tho stove pipe that ascended
above the roof, was conducted away
from the pipe by the iron stay that form
ed an elbow beneath it, ran down tho
wooden prop shivering it, and expended
itself in tho earth. The shock was veiy
Are quite frequently in certain hats,
and have the effect of stunning the wearer
to a stagger, if he'does not quite go down,
but tho brick that Col. Edwards offers
to the building public is quite harmless,
and only warranted to break the head
when it, the brick, falls upon it. The
brick will not break, it is too substantial,
it is a well made, well burned brick. It
is a better brick for less money than can
bo brought here for a larger price. Col.
Edwards has started an enterprise that
has been long wanted, and we hope both
the Colonel and his undertaking will
stand the trying weather, as long as his
Contract advertisers may change
monthly. Every change must ho. sent
in by Monday noon.
Carpenters, Pattern Makers, and Cabinet
Will take notice that P. P. Toale,
of Charleston, has on hand and for sale,
White Pine of the finest grade, wholesale
and retail. Also, Walnut,- Oak and
other hard wood.
NF ir PUBLICA TIOXS.
JpOGAKTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
(FOOARTIE, BTILliMAX A CO.)
OCn NEW CATAI.OOUE NO. 18.
Antiquities of the Southern Indians, particu
larly of the Georgia Tribes, by Charles t;. Jones
Jr * SO.
Litcratme ind Dogma, an Ee?v towards a
better apprehension of the Bible, by Matthew
Arnold, Oxford. ?1 50.
Enigmas of Life, by W. R. Greg. $2.
Among tho Isles of Shoals, by Celia Thaxter,
i Hunt rat ions. Si 50.
The Wishing Cap Papers, by Leigh Hunt,
now ftret collected. SI 50.
?? i?hael Faraday, by Glad stone. 00 eonfs.
Education in Japan, n. series of Letters ad
dressed by prominent Americans to Arinoli
Mori. $1 50.
The Mystery of Metropolisville, by Egglea
ton, 13 illustrations. $1 50.
Cflriivsities of Ornithology, with beautifully
colored illustrations from drawings, by T- W.
Wood, &. $2 50.
The Homo A flections Portravcd by the Po
ets, delected' and edited by Charles Mackay,
beautifully illustrated, with one hundred en
gravings by eminent natists' $5.
Conferences delivered at Notre Dame, Paris,
by the Rev. Perc Lhcordairo of the Order of
b riar Preachers. "God," God and man," each
Dr. Oldham's Talk at Groystones. $1 50.
Kann Balhods, by Will Carleton, illustrated.
Seagull Rock, translated from the Trench of
. Jules Sandeau of French Academy, by Rob
(j t Black, . A., profusely illustrated, with
rowings by Bayard ami Fcrat. $3.
The Slave, the Serif and the freeman, trans
by Mrs. Campbell Overend. SI 50.
Plav and Profit in my Garden, by Rev. E. P.
Roe; '$1 50.
Dickens: The Standard Edition of Dickens,
now being issued by monthly volumes by
Messrs. Lippcncott, is a luxury in paper, type
and the profusion ami excellence of its illustra
tions. .Now ready, Pickwick Papers, 2 vols.,
Burton and Drake's Unexplored Syria, 2
vols., printed in large type on Superfine paper,
with numerous illustrations and maps. $15.
N. B.?Books is ill be sent to any purl of the
country free of extra charge on receipt of pub
lishers' price. Address
FOG ART I E'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 200 King Street, Charleston, S. C.
march 27, 1873 (> cwtf.
I am prepared to furnish Sashes, Blinds
Doors, Mantles, nuu every style of inside
work, at tho shortest notice, and of best
material, at Baltimoro rates, adding
freight. Call in and see Catalogue. Work
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
?ck 13-lyr Orangeburg, S.^C.
. Spring Arrivals
Great reduction in prices of Spring
Goods, bought in the last ten days/;
IF you want to get the best and cheap
est ready-made Spring clothing, go
IF you want good Sugar, 8 lbs for?$l
go to McNamarab'.
IF you want Gentlomens' Cassimeres.
Cloths, Tweeds, Meltons, f)rab' d'ete,
Summer drills and cottonades, etc., all
of the best quality, and tTie largest' stock
in town, and at low prices, too,'go- to
IF you want good Brown . Homespun,
one yard wide, at 12} cents, go to
?-????-i * , ? *
IF you want Ladies' dfeas goods cheap
and stylish, go to
IF you want ladies ^id childrens' shoes
of the best quality and at low prices,
go to McNAMARAS'
"F you want to buy cheap for cash, go
. to McNamarab'.
Being thankful for the liberal patron
age bestowed on me in ths past, I res
pectfully solicit, a continuance of the
same. J. McNamara.
Appril 23, 1873 10 ly
THOS. W. A1BERG0TTI,
TWO DOORS EAST OF
J. P. HARLEY'S
Russell Street, Orangeburg, So. Ca.,
Has Just Received a fresh supply of
Nuts, all sons,
Largo and Small Fancy Baskets,
Pickles, &c, &c.'
Also Fresh Bread always on band, and
'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 Pics constantly on hand.
Weddings supplied with all kinds of I
cakos .'uwl Coni?ctionnrios at the shortest
P Jury 17, 1872 ly
SIGN OF THE
CLOCKS and WATCHES,
LANDRETH'S GARDEN* SEED.
Watches and Jcwclrv repaired.
March 13, 1873 4 tf
All Rafts of Timber, passing down the
Edisto River will please stop ono mile
below Parker's Ferry, on the right, and
receive Shingles as freight. For which
provisions or cash will be paid.
apr 10 lm
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ALL PERSONS having demands against the
Estate of H. ?. Hunt, deceased, and all
persons indebted to said Estate will present the
same and make payment to the undersigned
within three months from this date.
JOHN P. SPIGENER,
February 11 1873.
March 13, 1873 4 3m
1MIE Firm of HINDS, IHCKSON A CO.,
. heretofore engaged in the Turpentine hus
iness in Orangeburg County, S. C, was, on the
l'2th inst., dissolved by mutual consent.
May 22d, 1873.
W. D. HINDS,
J. A. IHCKSON
W. J. McLEOD.
The business will be continued by the nndcr
Kigncd under the name of Hinds & Oo.
W. D. HINDS,
* W. J. McLEOD.
may 22, 1873 14 St
In accordance with an ACT of tho Gono
ral Assembly passed on tho 20th February
1873, all persons HOLDING CLAIMS
against tho County of Orangeburg prior to
tho first day of November A. D. 1872, will
prcsont tho same to Georgo Bolivor, Esq.,
Clerk of tho Court of said County, for Reg
istration, on or before the first day ot Ooto
ber, A. D. 1873, and all Claims not Regis
tered within said timo will not be paid.
E. T. R. 8MOAKE,
Chairman Board County Commissioners.
may 3 tf
GEORGE H. COMNELSOK
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY FRIENDS AND THE
Public in general that I am receiving and have ready for their in
spection now, the MOST ATTRACTIVE, LARGEST and
BEST ASSORTED, Stock of SPRING GOODS
efer offered m this market. Any one
?Mab will toko the trouble will
readily convince him- a
self of this
fact IX >N- * >
La space will not permit me to enumerate all the different
branches, I can only state that all are fully replen
ished, and I invite every one to call in
and oxamim? for himself. Goods
shown freely and with
GEO. H. CORNELSON,
May 7th, 1873, 12 ' ' ly
Great Sale of
DRY GO O D &!
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS f
I. IIS k Bill
Are offering at a Bmall advance upon
cost, the LARGEST and MOST
SELECT Stock of
Of every QUALITY and
STYLE ever exhibi
ted in Orangeburg.
i and CAMBRICS:'
The latest Novelties
in PIQUES, JlfUSLlNS, ;
LAWN, WHITEGOODS and
LINEN marked down to the lowest ,
prices. We direct special attention to
our attractive Stock of
Xsadies Dress Suits!
f Hats! hats!! HATS! for everybod
and at prices .to suit all. Parasols of ev
ery conceivable Style. Extraordi- '
nary Bargains in Housekeeping
Goods. Toilet quilts,
You can rely
upon fir ding the
moat complete assort
ment ?f milling, Corsets,
Glovea, Hosiery, Laces, Em
broideries Trimmings, Skirts, and
Notions generally at our Store and at
very low prices. Ladies about to make
Spring and Summer purchase*/ ire res
pectfully invited to call and ex
amine our immense assort
ment. We will afford
? every oppbrtu>
tion of our good?
without being impor- ?
tuned to buy.
? . v THEODORE KOHN & BRO
11 . ly
The undersigned having formed a c?-psrtnersliip under the name of FOWLE3 &
GLOVER, offer their services to the community, as Agents for theSale or purchasa
of Real Estate, and for collection of Rents, &c. JAS. H. FOWLES,
JULIUS GLOVER, ^ At Citizens' Savings Bank.
At Law Office of Glover & Glover. .
We offer for sale:
? new and beautiful residence In Or
angeburg, on East side of Railroad, with
fine outbiiildings," garden, &c.
ONE Plantation of Five Hun dried'
Acres, on San tee River.
A plantation near Fort Motte, 500 acres,
with dwelling and oath buses in good con
dition?water power on tho place.
1U0 acre tarm (unimproved)' on Beil
villc Road, 1J miles from Orangeburg;
50 acres each, of open aud wood land.
ALSO, a*, a Bargain, 340 acres (15f>
cleared) within h mile of Rowe's Bridge ;
1J miles from Rowers Pump Depot.
ONE Building Lot in tho town or-Or
angeburg. ? .
, FOR SALE, One Ten Horse power port&i
'blc Engine, in splendid order, at a bargain.
Was shot at recently ; but fortunately;- (for his loyal German people) was no
hit. But a HIT will certainly be made by those customers who take a
Pleasing themselves with my stock of Groceries, which is FRESH, and thq
CHEAPEST in Market, of Tobacco and cigars, which is complete ; and of Wint*
and Liquors which embraces every grade and brand.
i would call ESPECIAL ATTENTION to ray pure Brandy for Medici
nal purposes, which I can honestly recommend to those needing a tonic ov stimu>
lant. Those who unheeding passed by my invitation will have
An opportunity of securing bargains in the necessary commodities of Lifo,
B@u Call then and examine.
O. D. KORTJOHN,
LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY!
Insuro your lifo in the
PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON LIFE INSURANCE 00.
This is tho larg -st and most prosperous of tho Southern companies.'
JAS. H. FOWLES Agent, at Citizen's Savings Bank.