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THE QBAMGEBD-B6 Tipp,
?RANG&BURG, S. C., JUNE 26, 1873. .
Mr: Kirk Robinson is authorized tb
collect and receipt for advertisements and suUiM
ecriptions to the 2Y?ie?.
Baptist Church?Servicos every Sabbath. (D.
Cy.,) at 11, A. M? and at 7J, P. M. Dr. I.
,.D. Durham; Pastbr.
Presbyterian Church'?Services at 11 A. M.,
and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9J A. M ?
Prayer meeting Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Rev. J. D. A. Brown, Evangelist.
Church .of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?Sub
bath* School 9A. M.
Methodist Church?Services at 11. A. M.
1nd7JP. M. Sabbath School at-9 A. M.?
tev. P. Auld, Pastor.
tAitheran Church?Sabbatb School at 9 A.
Dr P. Ai Danteler. Superintendent.
- .Mayor?P. H. W. Briggmann.
Clerk?E. J. Oliveros.
Aldermen?E. J. OHvcros, Wm. Willcock,
Geo. Boliver,.A. Martin.
Oratigebnrg 3lail Arrangement.
Northern, Western and Opens. Closes.
Charleston. 10 A.M. 1.45 P.'M
Cblumbia. 12,30P.M. 1 P.M.
Office hours from 8 A. M. te 5 P. M. Sundays
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
PASSENGER. ' FREIGHT.
OAT TRAINS. DAY TRAINS.
Down - - - 12.05 P.M.!Down - - - - 7.?OA.M.
Up - - - - - 2.17 P.MdUp- 12.12 A. M.
X IG JIT TRAP'S JflOIIT TRAINS.
Down-11.58 P.M.! Down - - - tbl3 P. M
Up.2.00 A. M.I Up.5.31 A. M
Contract advertisers may change
monthly. Every change must be sent
Jn by Monday.noon.
$&" There will be no service in the
Presbyterian Church on next .Sunday.
Vgt. Divine service may be expected
in tho ' Episcopal Church, on Sunday
Lhcxt'; being the fifth Sunday in the month.
uWe call ? attention to important
Liscmcnt of Town Council in this
jtyitig tb inspection of the town
Tetliodist Church, is absent
Prip' to tbc North. We wish him
Isaht time, and safe return.
PATII OF AN INFANT.
We sincerely regret to hear of the
death of the infant child of Mr. James J.
^Canuobj our worthy Town Marshal,
which occurred on Monday afternoon.
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TUE XKW STORE
Lately built by Mr. T. D. Wolfe has
heen occupied by Mrs. William Vinco,
who has opened a millinery establish
ment. Success to the new enterprise.
A large number of citizens left town
yesterday to attend a" Picnic, given on
the occasion of the annual examination
at Pine Grove Academy.
The post-mortem examination on tho
"body of Elizabeth Williamson, noticed
in our last issue, was made by Dr. A. C.
Dukes, assisted by Dr. M. G. Salley, and
not by Drs. Elliott & Salley, a? wo had
'j heard it stated.
QUID PRO QUO !
To those who have not studied the
' classics, we would explain that this
It means that Messrs. Mosclcy & Crook
? exchange first class merchandize of every
kind lor greenbacks, and does not refer
(as might be supposed) to a trade in
f second-hand tobacco. Messrs. Moseloy
I & Crook 1 mve built up a first rate trade
in a short time, and are now numbered
among the successful merchants of Or
nngchurg. Their stand is opposite the
'Citizens Savings Bank, and adjoining
k ihe Post office.
^FRED. W. JONES.
Again wc arc called upon to report
. the death of another citizen. Mr. P. W.
Jones, who had been ill for some time
?previous, died on Saturday night, the
21st hist. Ho leaves a wife and several
lildron, who have our hearty sympathy
hi their sorrow, lie had but lately
loved to town, and was endeavoring to
introduce a useful article, which lie had
in vented, (and received a patent for,)
but Mb plans bad hardly beeu arranged,
when the death summons camo. For
tho sako of his bereaved family, we hope
that they may'yet reap benefit from the
patent, Mr. Jones had made many
friends among our citizens during his
short sojourn with us. Some of whom
were untiring in their devotion to him
during his last illness. Tho funeral took
place on Monday, the 23d inst.
Notwithstanding the complaint of un
usual dullness iu business quarters (com
mon at this season of tho year) the num
ber of new buildings being put up is re
markable. Master builders and carpen
ters are at a premium, and can scarcely
be had at any price.
BATTLE OF FORT MOULTRIE
Saturday the 28th inst., is the anniver.
sary of the battle of Fort Moultrio, which
wns claimed as a general holiday, pre
vious to the late unpleasantness. See
an interesting letter, in this connection,
in another column.
JG?r Wc stated last week that Kort
john sold lee at 2} cents per pound, and
had lemons to match. The consequence
was, on Tuesday afternoon at the hottest
hour ot the day, tho Timks establishment
was treated by that enterprising gentle
man to ice-lemonade. None were left
out, all being made happy, from the
printers down to the Editors. Go and
see if Kortjohn will do you so!
TO THE TOWN.COUNCIL.
The scourge which has swept its thou
sands in the East and in Europe, has ap
peared in frightful severity in the West
of this country. Woidd it not le well
to call an immediate conference with our
physicians, and devise means for the
cleansing of the town. Do not delay ;
there is no time to be lost in so impor
tant a matter.'
UG>,?Mr. Frank IL. Jennings formerly
of Orangeburg, died on the 20th of May
at Attala, Mississippi', at the age of 05.
The deceased emigrated to the West in
1828, where be married Miss Julia
Funchcs. The attributes of a Christian,
were added to a nature already endowed
with the most loveable traits, and his re
moval has caused a feeling of general
sorrow where.he lately dwelt.
We can scarcely read an exchange,
that does not record some burglary in
the various towns of the State. There is
no doubt but that our town was visited,
and that a little extra vigilance saved us
from being raided upon. But wc are too
confident, and may repent it. What we
want and very badly too; is a night
watch, and we suggest that that shall be
one of the planks in the next municipal
platform,watch or no watch; The man
who will go to sleep on so vital a question
as this, deserves to bo robbed of bis time
piece, and enrolled among the laggards.
Wc are in for progress when it stops
Carpenters, Pattern Makers, and Cabinet
Will take notice that P. P. Toale, ol
Charleston, has on hand and for sale,
White Pine of the finest grade, wholesale
and retail. Also, Walnut, Oak and
other hard wood.
By virtue of Sundry IJxcoulioris to nie di
rected, I will sell to the highest bidder, at
Orangeburg f. II., 6n the FIRST MON
DAY in .Inly next, FOR CASH, nil the
Right, Title und Interest of the Defend
mils in the following Property! viz:
All tluil <?< Main Int und buildings thcroon
situate und being in the Town ol l.uwisvdlo,
Orangcburg County, on tho Western side of
South Carolina Itailroad, bounded North by
lands now or la'civ of ilie Soulli Carolina
Itnilrond Company, feopniatcd by u line 1 11
feel long, and oil tho ISasi by a line IS2 feet
long, running parallel lo'lho timin tract of
the said Itailroad loo fcol from ccrftoo of
said tract, and on tho South by a lino 161
feel Imig Hepnratihg il from hit now or late
ly of said Itailroad Company, occupied by
Station Mils I or, und on tJio VV'csl by n lino
iej foot long separating it f rom lands now or
lately of said Itailroad Company.
One other tract of land in said County,
containing f?8 acres more less, boundod by
lands of F. .1. lJnycli, W'rn. Spigncr and W.
II. Wise. Levied on us the properly of Win
field Clark al I ho suit of Reicher, Park &
Co., an?l others.*'
One Horse. Loviod on as the property of
U V.. Myers at. I he suit of It. K. (Mark.
Sheriffs Oflco* \ V.. 1. CAIN,
PiViUigobiirg C. II. 8. C, \ S. O. C.
.Inno 2?th, 1871. )
juue 21 M
Southern Life Insurance Company.
PRINCIPAL OFFICES:?Memphis Tenn., and Atlanta, Ga.
Memphis Office.?T. A. Nelson, President. A Woodruff, Vice-Presidcnt}
. Benjamin May, Secretary, -
Atlanta Office.?John B. Gordon, President, A, H. Colquitt, Vice-Presi
dent. J. A. Morris, Secretary.
BLACK & WARRING, General Agents, Columbia, South Carolina.
J. A. Hamilton, Resident Agent, Orangeburg, South Carolina.
ASSETS January 1st, 1873
ANNUAL INCOME - -
ORANGEBIJRG BRANCH OF SOUTH
Dr. W. F. Barton,
John A. Hamilton,
Thad C. Andrews,
Paul S. Felder,
Robert Copes, . James F. Izlar.
Dr. \V. W. Wannamaker, E. Russel Zimmerman,
W. J. DcTrcvillc, George Boliver,
Thomas Zimmerman James "Van Tassel,
Dr. W. F. Barton, Chairman,
John A; Hamilton, Secretary,
Paul S. Felde?,
James F. Izlar,
This Company issues policies on all approved plans and pays losses promptly.
For further information^ ay ply-to .
JOHN A HAMILTON,
Resident Agent, Orangeburg, So. C.
June 12, 1873 17 3m
??MiagiBHDBBnBaraBBnaHa mem mamsumam mni:-??
THE CHEAP STORE
Theodore Kohn & Brother.
Xiadics and Gentlemen will find to their interest to bear us in mind when they
are about to purchase their Clothing, Shoes, Dry and Fancy Goods. We ?fter the
greatest inducements and bargains, In order to gain the reputation of being the
most popular resort for Fashionable goods at low prices. Wc will not only be
the cheapest in Orangeburg, but the CHEAPEST IN THE STATE
Wc arc determined to gain the reputation of being the
The Cheap Store.
We shall work hard till our desired ambition is gained. Ladies save your
money, and bear in mind tha1. the Cents lnako
and go to T. KOHN & BRO'S, whero you arc sure to save 25 to 30 per cent,
300 pieces choico prints, nt 12} cents,
at T. KOHN & BRO'S.
For Fashionable Clothing, go to
T. KOHN & BRO'S.
Leghorn, Milan, Pearl, and Fancy
Straw Hats, at T. KOHN & BUO'S.
Go to T. KOHN & BRO'S for Shoes
Housekeeping goods, nt economical
prices, at T. KOHN & BRO'S.
For your Notion.--, &o., uro to
T. KOHN & BRO'S.
Gents will please bear in mind wlftm in need of Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves,
Handkerchiefs, Mils, Suspenders, Toilet articles, &c.
Economy is the Road to Wealth.
Save all you can, and buy your Dry Goods, Clothing and SnVcsj from
? , T. KOHN & BROTHER.
March 20, 1873 11 ly
W. P. RUSSELL & CO.,
CH^V.T^ll.lilSTOjSr, s. O.,
(Post Office Box 107.)
DOOR, SASH and BLIND Factory?MOULDING and PLAINING MILL.
manufacturers of Building material Generally.
DRESSED FLOORING, CEILING and WEATHER BOARDS, MOULDING FOR
BUILDING PURPOSES IN GREAT VARIETY. NEWELS, BAND
RAILS AND BALLUSTERS, WOODTTURNING and
GOOD and Substantial Work made as cheap at this establishment an can be made in the Uni
ted States. Wc have on hand the largest *tock of the above, South of the city of Baltimore,
all of which, we guarantee will give entire satfsfnetior, to all who want gcod and substantial
The subscribers arc the only practical mechanic.1??Saab, Blind and Poor makers?by trade,
carrying on the business in the city of Charleston, and can refer to gentlemen all over this State,
Georgia, North Carolina and Florida, as to the character of their work for the past twenty years.
NOTICE.?On account of the manner In which we box up our work, and our assumption *>f
the risk of breakage of (ila-s with ordinary handling, our goods are shipped over the roads in
this State at HALF RATES, which i-< a great Raving Co the purchaser of our work.
W. 1\ RUSS?LL & CO., Charleston, S. C.
HENRY (}. BETS ILL, (at Rious' Carriage Shop,) Ontngcblirg, S. C.
.June 12, 187a 17 fini
The undersigned having formed a co-partnership under the name.of F?WLES &
GLOVER, oiler their services to the community,as A cents for thcSalo or purchase
of Heal Estate; and for collection of Rents, Are.'. JAS. 11. l'OWLKS,
JULIUS GLOVER, AfcCitizoni' Savirtos Bank.
At Law OJlico of Glover & Glover.
We oiler for sale:
A new and beautiful residence In Or
nngeburg, on Bast fido of Railroad, with
lino outbuildings, garden, &e.
ONE Plantation of Five Hundred !
Acres, on Santee River.
A plantation* near Fort Motte, 500 acres,
with dwelling and outhouses in good con
dition?water power on the plaice.
ALSO, a*, a Bargain, 310 acres (150
cleared) within i mile of Rowo'.s Bridge;
lj miles from Rowo'.s I'unip Depot.
ONE Building Lot in the town or Or
foil SALE, One Ten Horse power porta
ble Epgfnc, in splendid order, at a brrgain.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY FRIENDS^
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
. ' ?? - . l"/jbl0e? 7?l Wl
ever offered in this market. Any one ,r^>iuj*>
?' .? . ' , ;. 1 vv- <.i ? '?' .'sulV? jSvit-aaJL
who will take the trouble will - ? ?? t r *.
readily convince* him-* fV??fa<r* orffciiA
self of #th?a r
?fact-.' h ? i'iB ? ? i rf^
As space will not permit me to enumerate all the different
branches, I can only state that all are fully replen
ished, rind I invite everyone to call i? ' S^?wn*??A
and examine for himself. Goods w'? biin tsi&o?
shown freely aud with* j ... t </ ifj?
GEO. H. CORNELSOJf;
May 7th, i873', 12 Ty1 ?
" !.tr; nnfril *.nW
Was shot at recently ; but fortunately, (for his loyal German people1) was not
hit. But a HIT will certainly be made by those customers who take a
? ..?>!, ),v '
Pleasing themselves with my stock of Groceries, Which is FRESH, and the
CHEAPEST in Market, of Tobacco and cigars, which is complete ; and of Wines
and Liquors which embraces every grade and brand.
I would call ESPECIAL ATTENTION to my pure Brandy for Medici
nal purposes, which I can honestly recommend to thoso needing a tonic 6r stimu?
laut. Those who unheeding passed by my invitation will have
Au opportunity of sccuriug bargains in the necessary commodities of Life.
Call then and examine
Nov. 20-iy . O. D. KORTJOHN.
: . r-i : -J;. j.lbai
LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY-J
Insure your life in tho
PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON LIFE INSURANCE 00.
This is the largest and most prosperous of the Southern companies.
JAS. H. FOWLES Agent, at Citizen's Savings Bank.
M c IS" X M A. II A. B 5
Great reduction in prices of Spring
Goods, bought iu the lost ten days, i
IF you want to get the best and cheap
est ready-made Spring clothing, go
to M cNAM ARA'S.
F you want good Sugar, 8 lbs for $1
go to McNamaras'.
IF you want Gentlemeus' Cassimeres.
Cloths, Tweeds, Meltons, Drab' d'ete,
Summer drills and cottouades, etc., all
of the best quality, and the lnrgest stock
in town, nnd at low prices, too, go to
IF you want good Brqwn Homespun,
one yard wide, at 121 cents, go to
~|~F you want Ladies dress goods cheap
jL and stylish, go to
IF you want ladies and childrens'shoes
of the best quality and at low prices,
go to MeNAMARAS'
F you want to buy cheap for cash, go
Being thankful for the liberal patron
age bestowed on mo in tha past, i res
pectfully solicit a continunnco of the.
same.' J. McNamaua.
Appril 23, 1873 10 ' ly
J>OYUE & EXGTjISII
MADE up their mind to keep up their Block
OF the eh?icCet groceries. Also, a full supply
of Wines, Ales, Porter and Liquors generally.
Kxamine our stock of
. ? ? ?>. ? i,.
At the lowest prices.
Feb. -0, 1S73 1 3m
SASHES AND BLINDS,
Moulding, Brackets, Stair Fixtures, Uuild
ers' Funmhlng Hardware, Drain Pipe, Floor
Tiles, Whe Guards, Terra Gotta. Ware, Marble
and Slate Mantle Piece*
Window Glass a Specialty.
88T Whitc-Phw Lumber for Sale, .?ff..
Circulars and Priet Lists sent free on applica
tion, by P. P. TO ALE.
No. 29 Haytsc and 33 Pinckney street,
oct 1-1 y Charleston, S. C.
rilHE Firm of HINDS, HIOKSON & CO.,
JL heretofore engaged in the Turpentine bus
iness in Orangcburg County, S. C, was, on. tho
12th inst., dissolved by mutual consent.
Mav 22d, 187:t.
W, D- HINDS.
J. A. HICKSON
W, J. McLFOD.
The business will be continued by the under
signod under the name of Hind- & Go.
W. D. HINDS,
W. J. McLEOD.
may 22, 1873 14 3t
NOTICE TOt CREDITORS
4 Lb TEUSOXS having demands agalpst the
j\. Estate of 1). (i. Hunt, deceased, and all
persons indebted to said Estate will pr*cnt the
same and make payment to the undersigned
within three months from this date.
JOHN P. SPIGENER,
Qualified Adnnnistrator. .
February 11 1873,
March 13, 187:; i 3 m
4 LL person* having demand* agninat the
iV Estate of the laty John Bpnnett will rcn*
der an account of them duly aUestcd to, and
those indebted will make-payment totheimr
,)NO. F. BQNNETT,
Kirch b'>, 1873 5 lin.