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Orangebarg, S. 0., July 17, 187.3;,
LARGEST-CIRCULATION IN TH$ COUNTY.
To change Contract Advertisements, notice
must bo given before Monday noon."
.. ...Ourfrjcnd^wishing to have advertisements
Inserted bribe TlMES^ mu?t hand theni in by
. Tuesday morning, 10 o'clock.
? ? ?
* ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted at
the rate of one dollar and a half per square
for the tiret insertion, and one dollar per square
for each subsequent insertion.
Liberal terin.3 ?"?de with those who desire
to advertise for th/ce, six twelve months.
Marriage notices and Obituaries not
exceeding one Square, inserted free.
Henceforth, all Legal Ad
vertisements, of County
Interest, whether notices
:^or others, will.be x>u.blish
ed lor the benefit of our
. readers .whether they are
paicl.Ibr or not. .
'? TEA OED Y.
On the fourth of July, n youth, tho
son of Mr. Charles H. West, was seated
in a saloon among friends, watching a
game of billiards. Two young men en
tered, (theDuffus brothers), their con
duct was rude and coarse to all whom
they accosted. One of them bantered
tho occupants of tho table to a game for
five dollars, it was declined, and the
roWdy then demanded drinks for his
companions. After' drinking, tho two
brothers, (both stout men,) approached
tho youth-West, and assailing him brutal
oaths, beat him with their lists. Tho
young man retreated, and attempted to
resent the cowardly assault with a bil
liard cup, which he grasped in defense,
jas; Duffus drew out a revolver, and at
the distance of a few feet shot tho harm
less boy, he staggered, fell, and died.?
One of thcrufnans cursed his gory body,"
and both left the saloon. The corpse was
carried to the home ho had so lately left
happy and lit with* promise. His moth
er saw it. ohly tor reali?.e her irrcpnrr
able loss, t?he was. lain upon her couch.
Her heart cords were too rudely struck,
they broke ;1 and live days after she was
laid beside hcr.child at Magnolia. We
aro informed that in addition to this
scene of woo the oged mother of the naur*
derer is a lunatic.
i w I
We publish in another column a com
munication from a correspondent on tho
above subject, and will bo happy to give
the views of any of our readers. "M"
seems well posted on the "Now Street,''
question, and we make no comment, ex
cept to state, that the position of our pa
per, with reference to this subject, is sim
ply this: We recognize the necessity
for new streets in all growing towns, but
would urge our Town Council to use the
power lately given them with modera
tion and not arbitrarily; and if it is pro
posed to pay the parties, whose property
is taken from, a true, valuation, let the
assessment bo a fair one, and tho proper
ty not put (as we think was the case in
tfie last new street) at one-fourth its true
value. Let theowen of the said proper
ty, too, bo consulted, and run the street
whero it will do them tho least ^damage.
CA PT. L- Jk. COXETTER
The "News and Courier" informs us of
the death of this estimable gentleman,
and able seaman. It was our privilege
to know intimately both, himself, and
Capt. Fenn Peck., whose decease we noted
in, our last, and having experienced
many attentions at the hands of both, wo
mingle our sympathy upon their demise
with that of an army of friends. An in
cident that occurred with us once when
travelling under the care ?of .Capt. Cox
cxter, comes viyidly up. The "Ever
glade" was making an outward trip, the
wind stiffened from the Southeast to a
furious, gale, nnd her double engines were
being worked by hand under the heavy
surging of the vessel. The pilot directed
the wheel under the direction of the
Captain, who stood near hy and intima
ted his orders by> a wave of his hand.?
The decks of the steamer woro swept by
the sen, and only the seamen could keep
their feet. The Captain's eye was strain
ed windward, and his anxtbty was mnni
fest in a habit (if biting tho ends of*hisV
moustache, when worried. Tho galo in
creased, tho steamer labored heavily, and
barely nmdo headway. The pilot watch
ed tho monitor Wttvo of tho hand. Fi
nally St. Helena was gained and the
^Everglade" crossed tho bor. The? only
loss sustained was a shortening of the
Captain's mustache from the chewing
Fort Motte, July 8, 1873.
. Mr. Editor:?M5' attention has been
called to a communication in your issue
of July 3d, a portion of which reflects on
the Post Master at Fort Motte, to wit:
"What must we do when our papers
and letters cannot be received from the
office.where thoy are sent? I did not
got your over welcome Times, last week,
and the samo with the S. C. s Advocate,
which never fails, ? unless something is
wrong ip the P. O. I also ' had a very
important letter put. in tho office at
Orangoburg on tho Cist, which has not
reached mo yet. Now Mr. Editor, if
your paper had been the only one missing
I should have blamed you, but wh?h
they are so many missing at one time
tho fault is at Fort Motto. Can you
please call his attention to the fact, and
perhaps it may be of some good to our
I have ascertained that the author of
the communication was Mr, J. E. Jones,
his accusations are false; his mail is
now in the office uncalled for, and has
beon for some time.
; Very respeotfully,
J. CARROLL, P. M.
? At Fort-Motte, S. G. ?
Mr. Editor :?I noticed in the edito
rial colums of the "Orangcburg News"
of the 12th,'a piece headed "That New
Street." I find by perusing the*contents'
of said piece that the "News" expected
to hear no more from the Times than *'to
open up cheap lots for poor men is a very
ignoble object." Well just at this time
Mr. Editor, I think, precisely what the
"News" expected to hear from you. We
heard it blown around prior to the open
ing of tho last new street, that poor men
would bo able to buy lots on said. new.
street, nnd make for themselves comfor
table little homes. How many stich
men have there been-able. to. buy a singlo
lot on tho new street? Not -onn. In
fact tho lots on tho new street can not bo
bought for ten times tho amount that
would have purchased them before the
street was put through'. Will it* not be
the same way with any street that may
be cut to connect with thePive Chop
Now, Mr. Editor, we are tired of news
paper gossip upon the subject of streets.
We want to find in *he columns of the
Orangeburg Times such matter as we
have had the pleasure of reading in the
past. Keep on with the valuable infor
mation you give weekly on the subject
of Agriculture, &c. Tell us moro about
farming and treat this street matter with
contempt. I would mention, however,
beforo leaving this subject that it appears
that the "News" opinion is that Captain
Jas. F. Izlar was the first to suggest the
opening of tho new street. This may bo
considered very important information
by those wno don't know better. Tho
"News" is only mistaken.
" In 18G5, Capt. F. H. W. Briggmann,
then Intendant of Ornngeburg, proposed
opening this samo street to tho Depot,
and succeeded at that timo in getting the
consent of several of the property owners
in the route, that it should pass through
their lands, but on account of one objec-.
tion, tho matter was staid. For some
time however, this street question was
discussed, but not until 1871 was there
any action taken in the premises. After
Capt. Briggmann was elected Mayor of
this town, during snid year, he fouud that
his powers for making streets, &c, were
hot as limited as in 1865, when he was
Intendant. Consequently the street went
through. And now if any one is to be
praised for that street having been put
through, let it be Capt. Briggmanu. His
shoulders are broad enough to bear the
burdcu, and I know he is willing to carry
it: especially after having "won the bat
In regard to the proposed new street,
Mr. 'Editor, Thavo little to soy. There
is 110 doubt but that thero are a great^
many good men of Orangeburg," who
havo signed the petition for tho new
street. But don't our pockets feel most
too much "sweuied" to commenco on a
new street just now ? Suppose we wait'
until tho 4th of July next'; may bo we
will have recuperated and can afford it
We don't seo the names of Judge T.
W. Glover, M Glover, N: A. Bull and
W. N. ?covill, on the petition. They
are the gontiemon who will be apt to ho |
the most nun? or benefitted by this
proposed now street. Let us consult
their wishes first, and if they say yes,
wejl its all right. I have no town lots to
soil; in fact have none of any. kind, but |
I hold the rights of others too sacred for
them to be trampled upon and destroyed
without consent. .%( jm?. M.
?SU We acknowledge a communica"
tion froni a friend, 8. It. M., whioh is too
late for this issue. The examination of |
Capt.'H. G. Sheridan^- Academy will be
? ? . . 'T""""1 ? ? ?
Tribute of Respect.
At a regular communication of St. Mat
thews Lodgo No. 145, A. F. M. hold on Sat,'
urday, July 6th, 1873, tho following tribute
of respect was unanimously adopted :
- ?'Behold! what havoo tho soy the of time
makes among tho human ir.ee! If by
chance we ?llould escape.tho numerous evils
inoident to childhood and youth, and with
health and vigor arrivo ot tho years of
manhood-, yet withal wo must soon be out
down by tho all devouring soytko of Time, '
and be gathered unto tho 'land where our
fathers have gono before us I"
Thus has our beloved brother, Senior De
con II. W. SMELL, passed away. May. wo
ever strive to emulate his example, ''over bo
true and faithful. And may wo livo and dio
in lovo with our brothor,", to that when our
raco.is run, we too, like him, shall bo wafted
o'er this tcmpestous sea of troubles, and be
safely moored in a peaceful harbor, "where
tho wicked ocaso from troubling, and the
weary shall bo at rest.": Therefore bo it
- Resolved, That in tho death of our lato
brother Sonitr Deacon H. W. 6NELL, 8t.
Matthews Lodge has lost an efficient officer,
and a worthy member, on* whose zeal and
devotion was only equaled by his untiring
Mrvices to tho order of Masonry.
Resolved, That while wo .humbly bow to
tho Supremo Authority of the Great Archi
tect of the Universe, and find consolation
only in knowing that "our lost is hi? eternal
gain,'' yet wo; mourn our brother as one
whoso place cannot bo filled.
Resolved, That a blank page in oar minute
, book bo dedicated and appropriately in
scribed to his memory. That our altar au d
1 jewels be draped in mourning, and the
members also- wear the usual badge of
mourning for tho space of sixty days, and
that these proceedings' be published in the
J. C. EDWARDS,
Sec. St. Matthews Lodgo,
No. 145 A. F. M.
a WAGON OR CART HORSE and DRI
xsl VER by. the day, week or month. Ap
ply at the
"CITIZENS' SAYINGS BANK."
July 17, 1873 " . 22 3t *
MQSELElT & CROOK,
PAYS THE HIGHEST CASH. PRICES for
Skixs Landreths Turnip Seed of 1873.
July 10,1873 21 3t
IHEREBY appoint Mr. KIRK ROBIN
SON my Agent. All 'persons indebted to
mo by note or otherwise, will please make pay
ment to him.
Prompt payment is requested,
W. T. M?LLER.
. July 10, 1873 21 . lm
MOSES M. BROWN,
MARKET STREET, ?RANGEBURG, S. C,
(kext door to straus & street's .MILL.)
HAVING permanently located in the town,
would respectfully solicit the patronage of I
the citizens' Every ofibrt will bo used to give
June 18, 1873 18 ly
direct importers of'
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS
AND AGRICULTURAL .IMPLE
No. 52, East Bay, South of ti e old Post
Office, Charleston, S. C.
a GENT for the sale of the Magnolia Gotten
jfjL Gins. At Uie Fairs held nt Savannah, Ga.
last month, tho "Magnolia" cottoa Gin ginned
1501bs seed cotton in three minutes anu forty
five seconds, taking the premium, and also the
prize of One Hundred Dollars offered by the
Board of Trade for tho best GIN. Sevdral
have been sold this season which gin a bale an
hour. The same gin also took the premium at
the Cotton States Fair at Augusta, last October.
Feb. 13, 1873 61 # ly
DOYLE & ENGLISH
MADE up their mind (o keep up their stock
OF the ehoicest groceries. Also, a full'supnly
of Wines, Ales, Porter and Liquors generally.
Examine our stock of
At the lowest prices.
Feb. 20, 1873- 8m
W. JP. Eefrreville,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office-at Court House Square,
Orangeburg, 8. C.
PIANOS AM) OMANS,
TERMS OF LEASE:
All Payments made oh Leas? will apply toicards
the purchase of the Instrument Loaned.
Pianos valued at
$450 to $500 : : $75 advance, $25 monthly.
625 to COO : : . . 75 advance, 30 mpnthly.
025 'to' 7?) : : 100 advahec, 40 monthly.
Organs valued at
$125 to 200 : : $25 advance, $10 monthly.
' 225 to 350 : : 40 advance, 15 monthly.
? 360 to 500 : : . 50 advance 25 monthly.
Parties who offer satisfactory ? Security
can pay for Instruments in note* at 8,,C, 9, and
12 months' time. .
Call aud find out other inducements offered
in both Time and Ca?h Sales, from
Ageut for Orangeburg County, i
may 22, 1873 14 tf
CS-eo. S, Hacker
. Doors Sash, [Blind
piIIS 18 AS LARGE AND COMPLETE,
1 a factory as there is in the South. All work
manufactured at the Factory in this city. Tho
only homo owned and managed by a Carolui
an in this city. Send for price list. Address
GEO. S. IIAOKER,
PostofficcBox 170, Charleston, S. C.
Factory and WareroomsonKing street oppo
Bite Cannon street, on line of City Railway,
Oct. 30 ly
., OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
Orakgeburg, 8. C, July 1st 1873.
Notioe is hereby given that I will bo at
tho following plasss on the days mentioned
to take Returns of Real and Personal Pro
perty. In the meantime, my Oflico at
Orangcburg will bo open for the tame pur
pose, till the 20th day of August 1873.
After which date a penalty of 50 per ceat
will be added to the property of all dclin-.
At Brancbville Monday and Tuesday. 14th
and 16th of July. J. llamp Fclder's.on
Monday Tuesday and Wednesday 21st 22d
and 2td of July, Howe's Pump Saturday
20th of July., .
3 Lewisville, Monday, Tuesday, and Wed
nesday 4th 6th and Cth of August.
Fort Motto Thursday 7th or AuguBt.
Col. Daniel Livingston's - Mill, Moad&y
and Tuesday 11th and 12th of August.
JAMES VAN TASSEL,
?. County Auditor.
^ ^uly!2_ 1873 tf
The State of South Carolina,
i . In the Court, of Probate.
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTOX, Esq.,
Judge of Probate in said County.
WHEREAS, John E. Jones hath applied
to me for Letters of Administration on the
Estate -oi Frederick W. JoncSj late of Or
angeburg County, deceased..
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular tho kindred and Creditors
of the said deceased, to be and appear, be
fore me, at a Court of Probate for the said
County to be holden at Orangcburg, on the
MQih day. of July, 1873, at 10 o'clock A.
M.i to show cause if any, why the said Ad
ministration should not bo grauted,
Given-under my Hand and tho Seal of Court,
this 9th day of July Anno Domini 1873.
[L.S.] AUO. B. KNOWLTON,
Probate Judge, 0. C. .
july 12 2t
Notice is hereby given (hat from on and
after TUE8DAY, tho FIRST DAY of JULY*
1873, to WEDNESDAY tho 20th DAY of
AUGUST, this Oflico will bo OPEN to re
ceivo tho RETURNS of REAL and PER
1 SONAL PROPERTY of this County. Tax
payers aro requested to havo a Corroct List
of the different Classes of Lands as follows :
Number of lores of Planting Land.
. Number of Acres of Meadow and Pas
Number of AcrcB ef Wood Land.
r And Number of Buildings.
Euch Ji'ract of Land must be returned
separate in tho Township where it lies,
and at the same time they will make their
j Return of Personal Property, Moneys and
Tax-payers nro urgently requested to he
PROMPT in MAKING their RETURNS as
tho Law requires mo to add a Penalty of
! 50 per ocnt. to tho Real and Personal Pro
J perty of Delinquents, which in EVERY
INSTANCE WILL BE DONE.
JA?. Van TASSEL,"
june 28 84
OFFICE COUNTY AUDITOR,
ORANGE BURG COUNTY.
Ohanqeborg, S. C, May 29th 1878.
NOTICE of Redemption of lands sold at
Delinquent land solo May 1872, to A. F.
Browning, G. W. Baxtor and Thad C.
TAKE NOTICE, that John F. Griffin
G. W. Thompson and Mrs. M. A. Thomas
havo made application for tho redemption
of their Real Estato sold at aaid sale, and
have paid into the County Treasury tho full
amount of taxes ponalties &c, together
with 25 per-cent additional, as required by
5 . County Audlto"
may 31' ji
I. H. HALL &?O
\ 2,4:0, Z.IO.mrhct Street.
CHARLESTON, gi ft |
This cut entered according h/Act'of Congress
in the year 1878^ by I, II. J 1:11 & Co., in the
office of the-Librarian of (ingress, at Wash*
_j ? ? / ? ' - ?_!
?vpOGABTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
(rorjAKTii;, .vn;,i,MAN & co.)
OUR NEW CATALOGUE NO. 19.
Pupers for Home reading, by Rev. Jchn
'ITu.ll, D'D., pastor of'Fifth Avenue Presbyte
rian Church. $1-75.' '??'
Questions of the Dav, by the Rev. J>hn
Hall, D. II. $1 7of '
A Suggestive. Commentary on St. Prad's
Epistle to the Romdu, with Critical ami Ilom
iletical Notes, by Ties. Eobimort, D. D.J 2 vjjla.
$3. ? ? ? ? / - ? \ ? ?
Life Journal* aid-Letters jof' IIenry.Ajford,
.D. D., late Dean Canterbury, edited* by his
widow* - $5. ' /
Reason and Redemption* .or the Gospel aA it
Attests Itself, bf Robert Baker Wliite, Ix. D.
This present /World, Sketches frojav Nature I
and Air, tnkcuin the vacation of a Professional
Life, by Wni.Arnot, Edinburgh. $1 25.*
Life of theJtev. Thos. Guthrie, D. D., com
piled mostly p>m his own words. 75c .
The Resiiricc?on of the Dead, by Wm..Han
na, D. D., adhor of "Life of Christ." SI .25.
Hlctoricaf Essays*, by'Ed. A.'Freennn, M.
A,, Hon. EfC. L.," late Fellow of Trinity Col
lege, Oxfori, l?i nnd 2d series. SO.
Annual Accord of Science and Industry, for
1872, ediufl by Spencer F. Baird. $2.
The Coi Regions of America; their Topog
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large at litions. SI /?">. ?
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N. B.?Books w ill be sent to any part of the
country free of extra charge on rcctipt of pub
lishers^ price. Address
EOG ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 2G0 King Street, Charleston, S. C.
march 27, 1873 0 ' cwtf.
131*. II. JBAER,
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL
!U1 Meeting Street, Charleston, So. Ca.
DR. BAER keeps a complete iissortnient of
everything that belongs to' li? branch of
business ; and makes a specialty ?jf Trusses, Ab
dominal Supporters, Elastic Stockings, Shoulder
Braces, for ladies or gentlemel Also Mag
neto-Electric Batteries, Hommqmthic Medi
cines; and Medicine Chesta for Physicians or
_He is proprietor of numerous Ttluablo reme
dies, and agent far many more, lie cordially
iuVitcs orders from his couutrv frbiids.
april 10, 1873 8 ' 6m
The State of South (iirolina.
ORANGEBUKG COUNTY. ,
In the Court op Piohate.
By AUGUSTUS' B. KJJOWlTQN, Esq.,
Judge of Probate in said County.
WHEREAS, George Boliver'fJlerk, hath
applied to mo for Letters of Aduinistration
on tho Estate of William C. Oifor, lato cf
Orangoburg (bounty, deceased.
Those aro thoreforo to oite aad admonish
all and singular the Kindred aid 'Creditors
?of the said deceased, to bo ant appear be
fore mo at a Court of Probat? for the said
County, to be holden at ?ran|cburg on th?
Hth day of July, 1873, at II o'olock A.
M. to show cause if any, wdiy he. said Ad
ministration should not bo graded,
(liven undoY my hand and thj Seal of my
Court, this 24th day of June A. I). 1878,
and in the ninety-seventh ycarof American
AUG. B. KNOVLTON,
[L.S.] Judgo of Pnbate O. C.
june 28 21
Orangcburg Agricultural und
The Stockholders arc horoby called upon
to pny the Second instalment k FIVE DOL
LARS per nharo, to Kirk Ribinson Esq.,
Treasurer, at Citizens Ssyings Bank,
Orangeburg, S. C. oh or befoto tho twenty
first day of July, 1873. J
By Order of tho Hoard of Directors,
SAMUEL DIBBLE, Secretary,
Juno 21 2t.
a question and an?
PSriTY IS IT THAT THE WORSSN6*
JT'V... da? of this community buy theij QtXh'.
Corner Russell Street and
Bail Road Avenue.
BECAUSE thcy have found out that bis"
goods are CHEAP and FRESH, which cna-"'
ablcs them get as much for ONE 1X)LLAR,
on they get for two.at other atorc3.
Call and examine stafck'before purciioaiiJg
Bga- Goods delivered, free of charge. Tt?
Jan. 1, 1873 11 ly
FROM THE CELEBEATED FIRM' QfH '?
Ziandreth Sc. Co.,
Of.the following descriptions.
FLAT DUTCH, ' " RED TOP,
AM^BER GJTXJlB^flivLA^GEGDD^fvs ;
POMERANlfiAN GLOBE, YEL
LOW RUTABAGA, &a, Ac, &c
to be had from
SIGN OF THE
Members of tho' Agricultural Society .
' be supplied with Ruta Baga Seed no usual.
??5"* Watches and Jewelry repaired.
March 13, 1873 4 tf
\ . I ? ?? \.
THE Undersigned would respectfully inform
the citizens of Orangoburg and surround
ing counties!,' that ho" is now opening ip the
? Brick-Store formerly occupied by Mr. M"cBlas
tcr, a large andren selected stock'of FURNI
TURE received dirccf.frVnV tha, m&mtfstflt?ei^
North and West,; oonsiating-ln "rjr?fI'oT
ofaljv styles, -
*arlor and 'BE3)-r66'*?? \'SXjVtSf
in waenut, O?X and i mi-''
'on hand and made to order. at shortest notice-;
? Wall papering-clolh, Paper Shade*, with nevr pa
tent fixtures. Children's Carriages of all
styles will bo kept on hand.
He would ask an examination of his stock,.
and guarantees 1 that his. prices are as low asv
those of Charleston or any City South.
G. M. G1RARDEAU.
Feb. 4, 1873 50 6m.
Loan and Ti'itst Company
CHARLESTON. S C. . .
Officf, No. 17 Bkoad Street.
The deposits in the savings Department of
this Company are invested as a Special Trust,
and. therefore are not subject to the hazards of
In addition to this special security, deposi
tors Have the guatnntec of the entire Bank Cap
itals .which amounts to three hundred thousand
This department will enable all classes' tb
find a safe Bccurlty for their savings, however
r.mall 5 and at tho same time bearing ? remu
nerative interest (six per cent, compounded
quarterly.) I Currency can be remitted by Ex
press, and drafts by mail.
F. A. MITCHEL, Cashier.
Hireelort and Ihistees:
Goo. S. Cameron, E. IL Frost. W. C. Bfft
W. B. Williams, II. H. DeLcon, B. O'Ncil, A.
P. Caldwcl. J. M. Shackclford, J. C. H. Claus
?en, G. L. Soist, W. J. Miduleion, A. J. Crews,
E. Waltjen, C. G. Meraminger, Wm. L. Webb,
J. T. Welsman, Geo. H. Walter, B.D. Laiaxos.
april 23,1873 10 3m
Til OS. Wi ALBE?GOTTI,-'
TWO DOORSEA8T OF '
J. P. HARLEY'S
Russell Street, Orangeburg. So. Ca.,
Has Just Received a fresh' supply of
Nuts, all sort.?,
I^arge and Small Fancy Baskets,
Pickles, &c, Ac.
Also Fresh Bread always on hand, and
supplied to regular customers every day
at their doors. V.
In my cake department you will find
always on hand and fresh.
Fino Bridal PressBts.
csh'Pies constantly on hand.
Weddings supplied with all kinds of
cakes and Conrectionaries at the shortest
July 17,1^72. If: