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?rangeb?rg, s. c., july 3, ls73.
Mr. Kiuk Robinson is authorized to
collect,and receipt for &dyertlRcnicnts and sub
scriptions to the Times.
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< Baptist Church?Services every Sabbath. (D.
yj.f at 11, A. M? and at 7$, P. M, Dr. I.
D. Durham, Pastor. ?
Presbyterian Church-??Services at 11 A. M.,
amL 4 JE*. M-^Sabbath School at 9i A. M?
Prayer meeting' Thursday dftcrnoon at 4 o'clock.
"Rev..J. D. A. Brown, Evangelist.
Church of tho Redeemer (Episcopal)?Sab
bath School 9A. M.
* ? Methodist Church?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7Jr P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.
Rev. P. Aidd, Pastor.
. Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
Dr P. A. Dantzler. Superintendent.
Mayor?F. II. W. Briggmann.
Clerk?E. J. Oliveros.
Treasurer?Wm. W?lcock. 4.
AJdertncn??E. J. OlivcroH, Wm. Willcock,
Goo. Bolivcr, A. Martin.
Orangeburg 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 from 8 A. M. tc 5 P. M. Sundays
arrival and departure of trains
. t at orangeburg.
DAT train's. DAY TnAlSg.,. /
Down - - - 8.03 A. M.
Up - - - - 10.45 A. M.
Up- - 1.43 A. M.
Down - - - - 7.5? A.M.
Up-12.42 A. M.
Nioiit vhai: .
Down - - - G.13 P.M
Up.5.31 A. M
?ft^-The Board of Health will com
mence inspection' this afternoon.
Mr. II. Rig-gs has our thanks for a lot
?f fine peaches. The first of the season
6f their kind.
T?-'m?riow being the 4th of July, tho
l?ank'will he closed. All business mat
ters' should therefore ho anticipated.?
Sei' ativcfr?em6iVt in another column1:
Seath 6p k Child:
Our fellow f??usmnn: Mr. ?- Fischof,
has <Wrr sympathy in the loss of his little
one." We bad not heard of its death at
t!hc time of our last issue'.
B?c W e are informed of a case of spas
modic Cholera occurring within a few
days.' 6*n'e ?f the train hands, a colored
man'/ was suddenly taken sick, aud for
several hours he laid lu'a collapsed state.
On 'rucednj be' was improving rapidly.
Beware of poor meats and stale vegeta
good' news for the public," ?
The Southern Express" Company have
reduced their freight tariff very l?gely,
and shippers will find it to their interest
to patronize this company on light freights
and single packages. The new rates will
be furnished on application to'the agent.
Mr. Ed. Williams assumes charge of |
the Postoffice with this issue of tho Times",
we beg earnestly for a shed and a drop
box, both of which arc needed to make
the office comfortable and convenient.
? We learn that the Rev. Nathaniel B.
Fuller, of Eatawville, S. C, has been
called to the Episcopal Church at this
place?i. e. : for a portion of his time
For the present, he will hold servicps
oucc a month, beginning on the 4th Sun
day in this month:
a school tax of two mills.
A. meeting of the citizens of this School
District was held in tho school house of
the colored people, on Saturday last, at
The attendance was good, aud although
largely mixed, the meeting was quite or
?derly. Frank R. McKinlay (colored)
, School Commissioner, was called to the
chair, and Geo. Boliver, elected secre
A resolution was adopted, fixing the
tax for school purposefl in this district
for the next year, at^wo mills ou the
It was then resolved that the proceeds
of the tax bo devoted to the payment of
teachers salaries.?afterwards amended
so ns to allow any surplus (beyond that
? ?t-:-:-1 ? i ..^-w^
needcd for salaries) to bo applied, fo iho
building bf^Bcho?l hou?es, &Q, Our duty.,
called? us away at this point, while "Mr;
J, Folder Meyers Was making a speech
to tho colored people, against the disorim
ihntibri in favdr of the town, in $ho mat
ter of1 school houses, which seemed to
meet their hearty approval. One-half
of tho teachera of this District are located
in tho town of Orangeburg.
We omitted to say that the Chairman
made a statement, showing that fully two
mills on'the dollar would hfl required to
meet the expenses for the year; and that
T. K. Sasportas offered a resolution, that
tho sum bo equally divided between the
white j and colored schools?which was
liberal, considering how the latter pre
dominate in fiumbers.
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Tho new Store of T. Kohn & Brother
is being rapidly framed, under tho su
perintendence of Mr. Jj. Ransdale.
Messrs. Wm. M. Sain & Co., propose
building a store, shortly, on Russeil-st.,
?next door, east of Messrs. Moseloy &
Crook. Tho more tho merrier?barring
The Presbyterian Church was closed
last Sabbath, cn account of its pastor,
(Rev. J. D. A. Brown) having to fill an
appointment at tho Barnwcll Church.
There was a lay service held at the
Episcopal Church in tho morning.
The Baptist and Methodist Churches
wcro both open.
ATTENTION I MEMBERS AGRICULTURAL
It will ho seen by turning to new ad
vertisement of Mr. E. Ezekiel, the well
hnowr Watchmaker and Jeweler, that
he still intends to furnish Turnip Seed to
the membere of tho Society at greatly
reduced rates, as heretofore. Mr. Ezekiel,
in connection with his Jewelry busi
ness, always keeps a fine assortment of
Landreths' Garden Seed, and we advise
those calling for seed, to examine his
very con^do stock of clocks, watches, &c.
RAIL ROAD AVENUE GROCERY STORE 1
Mr. J. S, Albcrgotti, the proprietor of
this Establishment; asks some very pcr
(tinerit questions (sec his advertisement)
and for fear too many will answer at
once, (for there can be hut one answer,)
he kiiidly replies for them. The citizens
on the East side of town, find this store
?so convenient, that Mr. Albcrgotti is ra
pidly increasing his business. He de
livers all goods free, that are purchased
The down passenger train now leaves
the Orangcburg depot at 8.30, A. M. and
the up train at 10.45 A. M. This is an
important change in many respects, and
enables passengers to arrive at Augusta
at 1.30 P. M. in time to connect with the
Macon' train which leaves at 1.50 P. M.
and arrives at" Macon at 8.15 P. M.^?
Th?' connc?tibn also places passengers in
Atlanta at 11.15^ P. M. ori tho same day,
and in Montgomery daily the noxt morn
ing. Certainly it is better for local travel
as n good hall day can ho given to busi
ness in Charleston, AuguSta, or Colum
bia, and our country friends do not wait
until night to get their mails.
WN. C MEREDITH.
Our readers will deeply regr*et to hear
of the death of this old citizen of Orange
burg, which occurred about a week ago,
at Helena Work Shops, on the Green,
villa and Columbia Railroad. Mr. Mer
edith was for many years the Agent of
the S. C. R. R. at this point and resigned
tho position about a year ago, with tho
intention of spending his latter days
among his children. Tho burden of in
creasing years, and sorrow at tho loss of
his devoted wife, wero too mueh for him,
and he has now gone to join her ho loved
in a better world. Mr. Meredith left
many true friends in Orangcburg, who
will mourn his loss.
COLORED SAHBATH SCHOOL.
For some time there lias been-a de
sire on the part of some of the colored
preshyterian mombors, to gather their
children into a sabbath school. On last
Sunday the desiro was consummated by
a full attendance in tho basement of the I
Presbyterian Church, whcro a gratifying
?interest was manifested by several of the
colored citizens who met there with their
families. By invitation of the S?porin
?tfendent (Mr. Henry Dickaon) Dr. T. A.
Elliott and J. A.. Hamilton, Esq., were
present, and the exercise!* of the school
were conducted by tho latter gentleman..
The examination of the school at large
upon the Bible was gratifying in the ex7
treme, and the singing was excellently
rendered, The school numbered about
forty; and was dismissed after a prayer'
?which was offered by Dr. Elliott.
. This institution closed its first session
on Friday last at 2 o'clock, under very
flattering prospects, which promise a full
attendance of scholars for its next session
commencing on the first Monday of Sep
Our fellow-townsmen Messrs. Hey ward
& Melliehamp have every reason to feel
encouraged and flattered, at 'the s?batan
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tial support which the neighborhood has
given to this new Undertaking, establish
ed at it was on the first of last Septem
ber only, by them comparatively stran
They have an encouraging prospect in
a field where their services are needed and*
appreciated and we heartily wish them
the success they have earned and do-'
serve to achieve.
Carpenters, Pattern Makers, and Canlnet
. Will take notice that P. P. Toale, of
Charleston, has on hand and for sale,
While Pine of the finest grade, wholesale
and retail. Also, Walnut, Oak and
other hard wood.
for the sick And fob parties.
a Delightful* Relish" and Lunch.
For cleansing Silver and Tin:
Sea Foam and Horsford
BEST for family use.
Cheap fcbifee Sugar.
Just received and for sale by
JOHN A. HAMILTON
May 29, 1873 15' tf
pjihe UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Informs tho public that he is now prepared to
furnish BRICKS in any quantity. All Orders
will meet prompt attention.
J. C, EDWARDS.
may 1 73 ly
SASHES AND BLINDS,
Mouldings, Brackets, Stair Fixtures', ?Build
ers' Furnishing Hardware, Drain Pipe, Floor
Tiles, Whe Guards, Terra Gotta Ware, Marblo
and Slate Mantle Pieces.
Whrdoto Glass a. Specialty.
White-Pine Lumber for Sale.
Circulars and Price Lists sent free on applica
i tion, by P. P. TOALE.
INo. 29 Hayne and 33 Pinckney street,
oct 1-ly Charleston, S. C.
LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY!
Insure your life in the
PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON LIFE INSURANCE CO.
This is the largest and most prosperous of the Southern companies.
? JAS, H, FOWLES Agent, at Citizen's Savings Bank.
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GEN. J. B. GORDON/ President. W. C MORRIS. Secreiafy.
GEN. A. H. COLQUIT, Vice-Pretideni C- F- McfJAY, Comidting Actuary.
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ASSETS, January 1st., 1872, $1,241,947 40.
BLACK & WARLNG, J. A. HAMILTON,
General Agent. Agent at Orangeburg, S. C.
W. P. RUSSELL & CO.,
CHAELESTON, s. e.y
(Post Oiliee Box 197.) .
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, WOOD-TURNING and
GOOD and Substantial. Work made as cheap at this establishment as can be mode in the Uni
ted States. W<5 have on'hand the largest stock of the above,-South of the city of Baltimore,
I oill of which, wo guarantee will give cntiro satisfaction, to all who want good and substantial
The subscribers are the only practical mechanics?Sash, Blind and Door makers?by trade,
carrying oh the business in the citv of Charleston, and can refer to gentlemen all over this State,
Georgia, North Carolina and Florida, as to the character of their work for flic past twenty years.
NOTICE.?-On account of the manner in -which we box up our Workj and our assumption of]
the risk of brcakuge of Gla?a with ordinary handling, our good* arc shipped over the roads in
this State at HALF RATES, which is a great saving to the purchaser of our work.
- W. 1*. K?SSttl,!, & CO., Charleston, S. C.
HENRY G. BETSILL, (at Rioos' Carriago Shop.) Orangcburg, S. C.
June 12,1873 17 tyu
MOSELEY k CROOKS'
For FRUIT JARS, as well as every
thing else that is GOOD AND CHEAP.
GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY
FART OF TOWN FREE OF CHARGE
Feb. 13,1873 52 ly
Southern Life Insurance Company.
PRINCIPAL OFFICES:?Memphis Tenn., ?ml Atlanta, Ga.
Memphis Office.?T. A. Nelson',- President. ? Woodruff, Vicc-Pressldeni
Benjomin May, Secretary,
Atlanta Offleo.?John B. Gordon, President, A. H. Colquitt, Vic?-Presi
. . dent. J. A;. Morris, Secretary.
BLACK & W?RRING, General Agents, Columbia, South Carolina.
J. A. Hamilton/ Resident Agent, Ornugeburg, South Carolina.
ASSEfS January 1st, 1873 - - $,1534,483,07
ANNUAL INCOME ------ $1,000,000.
?RANGEBURG BRAACH- OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Dr. W. F. Bariton; Robert Copes, James F. Izlar.
John A. Hamilton, Dr. W. W. Wannamaker, E. R?ssel Zimmerman;
Thad C. Andrews; . W. J. DoTrevillo, * George Boliver,
Paul S. Felder, Thomas Zimmerman James Van Tassel; *>
L. R. Bcckwith, Heifty Moorer; Samuel Dibble,
Dr. W. F. Barton, Chairman,
John A. Hamilton, Secretary;
Paul S. Felder;
James F. Izlar,
. George Boliver,
This Company issues policies on all approved plans and pays losses promptly.'
For further information, nyply to'
? JOHN A HAMILTON.
Resident Agent, Oraugebufg, So: C.
Juno 12, 1873 17 8m
Was shot at recently ; hut fortunately, (for his loyal German people) was ?6i
hit But a HIT will certainly bo made by those customers who take a
Pleasing themselves with my stock of Groceries, ^ich is FRESH, and tae
CHEAPEST in Market, of Tobacco and cigars, which is complete ; am? of Wi?ea
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 those needing a tome of stiniu-'
; ant. Those who Utihecding passed hy my invitation will have
An opportunity of securing bargains in the necessary commodities of Lifej
Call1 then and examine. ?
Nov. 20-ly ? 6. D. KORTJ?H&
Great reduction iu prices of Spring
Goods, bought iu the last ten daysj
IF you want to get the best a'nd cheap
est ready-mado Spring .clothing, go
IF y?u wadt good Sugar, 8 lbs for SI
go to McNamaras'.
IF Vou want Gentlemens' Cassimercs.
Cloths, Tweeds, Meltons, Drab' d'etc,
Summer drills and cottouades, etc., all
of the best quality," and the largest stoeR
in town, aud at low prices, U>o, go to
IF you want good Brown Homespun,
ono yard wide, at 124 cents, go to
IF you want Ladies dress goods cheap
and stylish, go to
IF you want ladies and ch i Id reps'slioes
of the best quality and at low prices,
go to . McNAMARAS'
IF you want to buy cheap for cash, go
Being thankful for tho liberal patron
age bestowed on me iu Ibis i-usi, I res-1
pcotfully solicit a continuance' of tho |
same. J. McNamara.
Appril 23, 1873 10 ly l
DOYLE & E3T?rL,ISH
MADE up their mind to keep up their Block
OF the choicest groceries. Also, a full supply
of Wines, Ales, Porter and Liquors generally.
Examine our stock of
At the lowest prices.
Feb. 2?, 1873 I 3ju
THE Subscriber offers for sale the
well-known, Plantation "McCant's
Villa, situated in Orangeburg County,
fiflecn miles due cast of thtf Court House,
on die five notch Road, containing seven
hundred and fifty-seven acres, more or
less, with the privilege of two hundred
acres more, recently conveyed to my son.
The latter place havteg on it .a single
story dwelling, four rooms, ono fire-place*
kitchen, stable, barn,' &c., and about
twelve or fifteen acres cleared land.
On the larger place is
fire-place in each,
i And every other building necessary
on a well-settled plantation; Fencing in
very good condition. For further par
ticulars a'pply either to Messrs. Izlar <fc
Dibble, Orangeburg C. H., s. c, or to
the undersigned at McCant's Villa, Or
angebuW County, s. C.
J. C. edwards.
March G, 1873 3 lamOra
N?TIGE TO 0REDIT0R8
ALb PERSONS having demands against the
Estate of 1). G. Hunt, deceased, and ?11
persons indebted to said Estate will present tho
same and make payment to the undersigned
within three months from this date.
February 11 1873.
March 13, 1873 4 3m
ALL persons having demands against tho
Estate of the late Jthn Bennett will ren
der an account of them duly attested to,, and
those indebted will make payment to the un
JNO. F. BONNETT,
1 * Executor.
Karch 15, 1S73 6 lai.