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ffifi OBANfiEBUBG TIMES.
_f~ ]tkt. Kf?? RomNSON is authorized to
collect an^r^celjBfc forailvetfiaemcnts and bud
?Jcriptiona to tho fZYme?. . .
t?t?rcIi ffonrtoeB. ;
* Raptiat Church?Services cveiy Sabbath. (D.
?V.,) at 11> A, M? and rt 7J, P. M. Dr.- t
D. Durham, Pastor, : .
. jrresbytorfan<^oircfcH^h^ 11 A. At,
and 4 p. M?Sabbath School. at 9 J A. M.?
prayer mcctioir.Th?i?day afternbon at 4 o'clock.
Rev. J. D. A. Brown, Evangelist.
Church Or" ,the Redeemer (Episcopal)?Sab
bath School 9A. M.
Methodist Cliuroh?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7* p. M. Sabbath School at 0 A. M.
' |ty&<& Auld, Pastor...,
Lutheran Church?Sabbath .School at 8 A.
De .P. A. Dantzlcr. Superintendent.
Mayor?P. H. W. Briggmann. .
XSsrfir-E. J. Oliveros.
Aldermen?E. J. OUveros, Wm. Willcock,
<Goo. BoHver, A. Martin.
Ornngebnrg Hail Arrangement.
CTOrthern, Western and Opens. Closes.
Charleston ...... 1180A.M. 7.80A.M.
Columbia'. 9 A. M. 10 A. M.
Office hours from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sundays
Persons wishing Money Ordern for the North
and";West and for Charleston, must purchase
thejn tho evening before In order to have them
get off the next morning.
. W. E, WILLIAMS, P. M.
I MM I Si -
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
, DAT TRAINS.
Down - - - 8.03 A. M.
tJp-r.- - 10.45 A.M.
Down - - > 11.81 P.M.
Upi'- - - - 1.48 A. M.
DAT TRAIKS. , DAT TRAINS.
Down - - - - 7.50 A. M.
Up-12.42 A. M.
Down - - - 0.18 P. M
Up.5.31 A. M
Contract advertisers may change
monthly. Every change must bo sent
in by Monday noon.
ilR. G; D. KOKTJOHN,
Hal learned the art of advertising.
fieerliw notice to-day?short, sweet, and
to the point. He keeps a good article
kh$ sells it cheap.
r Aifi kf 'mm: " ' ~
During the p:%8t week >ve have been
. /avorcd "Wi'tn<splendid rains which were
much needed by the corn crop, is
latter will be short,'but the redenfr wet
we?tJtetf $u8t tlctjl many hundred bushels
to the yield in the County.
See advertisement of Messrs. T. Kohn
& Br?^ncr,' wn'o propose to sell off at
greatly rediicecf prices,' before moving in
fo their splendid new store, now being
built.' Take our advice and grasp an
o^'por'tu'nity which may never be offered
DEATH. ^ ,
Our heartfelt sympathies are with Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew C. Dibble in their late
affliction',' their* ?flly ?ttl? 6ne being
taken from them. Those alone who have
suffered the same loss (the death of tin
only child) can know, and properly sym
patWze Mh a sorrow like this.
?- ? n,mtf i ?ii -
Mrs. Joshua Bozard came to the town
one day last week, and sold1 n bag of cot
ton. Bhe purchased a few articles',' and
returned home. Arriving there' she' was
not a Hitler surprised to learn that the
wallet money and all was gone. The
amount fest was about sbcty dollars.
Grown by Dr. W. P. Barton,' wtut di
vided out'among some thirty members of
the Orange en Thursday, giving to each
a good slice. It was a rouser, and was
delicate of flavor. One enthusiastic
member, declares that he ate of the melon
three tim.es, that each slice weighed a
pound, that thirty other members eat as
much as ho did, which sums up the avor
dupois of that melon at 93 pounds. This
is an outside estimate, but the melon was
both very large and very choice.
Work has been commenced at last en
the Agricultural Fair Building, und if we
know anything about the Building Com
mittee and the Contractor, we are safe
in saying, that it will be pushed forward
with the greatest onergy, and when fin
ished, will be a credit to our County.?
The 8h> for?the building haaheea cbang
ed, and tli9 spot now determifcf*l' upon ia
on the New'iSfreot ?Amelia3, we suppose,
is tho namo) between, tho lots or*Messrs.
Champey oV^ro.,' ftf S N. A. ?uil, EsqJ
Mr'. S. \V\ Sullivan, the.con tractor, began
work on Monday; the 23.fit ? .
Wo 'look upon tins enterprise as cue
most important started in our communi
ty since thewaxJ'anoV wVsiiall watch the
progress of ^4 h??dJni l*lib? great satis
faction. ' yi'fiu' ?.;>:?.u,.;IV.T
Wc; again urge all who have delayed
settling their tow? taxes, to call upon
theTax Collector, Mr; Kirk Roh^nspn,
at onoe. You will see by referring \x>
his advertisement, that the 1st of August
is positively the last day of grace. Alter
that day the proporty of all defaulters
will bo offered for aale, for taxes.
'- , m s22?:
hot Weather and watermeloRsi
The .Thermometer* on one day last
week,.reached 96 degrees* causing the
heart bf a kind gentleman* of the Agri
cultural fraternity (who is nameless, ow
ing to his modesty) to melt?with com
passion for tho Times establishment; and
we hereby in behalf of Printers; Devils,
and Editors, tender our acknowledge
ments for a present of splendid water
melons, which were, highly appreciated
lot on amelia (new) street.
We have been informed that the Pres
byterian Church ia offering for sale a lot
on Amelia Street. It is opposite the
grounds of the Presbyterian Church, and
is within four minutes walk of the Post
Office, Bank, Telegraph Office, and the
public offices. After the Fair Buildings
shall have been erected, this property
will probably appreciate in value, .and
_j_ .i , ^ .
i>?iaCuS u6Sii<r>g iu jjiixvufise even as an
investment, would do well to call upon
Jas. H. Fowles, Esq., who will furnish
any additional information.
These petted animals are rapidly dy
ing off, under a diacaso that makes quick
work with them, and every day we
perceive from olfactory evidence, or by
sight, that another hog has left the scav
enger brigade. The board of health will
have to suggest some plan for the re
moval of the numerous . carcases. On
Monday the half of a dead hog lay in a
yard, and the efRut?a arising Was so fear
ful, that if the other half (tfhioh dogs
and hogs had eaten) had been there the
stench would have routed the neiglfbbr
hood. No event is more welcome to the
majority of our citizens than Cholera
among tho hogs?barriog'ihe odor.
look out roys.
There are several little boys, who make
it a regular habit to jump on the trains
when they approach the depot, and ride
up and down the turnout. The conduc
tors warn them off, but it is unheeded.?
A boy was brought here by one of the
trains fr?m above, he had got on, and
could not get off, so he made a visit here,
and was returned by the next train. An
accident will occur, and a lawsuit may
follow for broken limbs, if not a more
serious result, of a mangled corpse.
that bull's eye! (&!
Taking a strollTe^?ntlyVhi the neigh
borhood of the Lutheran Church, now
undergoing repairs at the hands of Mr.
Lucas, we were surprised to find a hand
some building, taking tho place of our
late Court House; Ignorance regarding
such matters pr^enta" b\xi giving the
style of the architecture;' w*e' merely
know it is pleasing, to tho eye. But the
effect of that Bulls-Eye, in the imme
diate front, is staitliug! Our friend, the
architect, never does anything withotit
a good reason, and we racked our brain
to find out why "this" was thus."
dr. t. IS- legarb, ...
Proposes to accept a change to Clarka
ville; Tcnn., where he intends pursding
his profession. The removal of Dr. Le
garo will be regretted by a host of friends,
both in the line of practice, and in social
life. Since graduating at tho Dental
College of Surgery in- B?ltimore ia 1871,
he has been assiduous in keeping p'ace
with tho improvements ia his profession,
and has spared neither ,;tishe ojr exponse j
in being up with tho latest. Wherever
ho may go he'oiwfries the most, flattening
endorsements, of skill and ability, and
with his many friends we ofier our regrets
that wo oh all ioso tim frosi among us;
sind tender our sincerest wishes for his
success and prosperier. x
inters, Patten Maker*; and Cabinet;
Will take notice that P. P. Toale, of I
Charleston, has on, hand and for sale,
White Pine of tho finest grade, wholesale
and retail. Also; Walnut, Oak and
other hard wood'.
CONSIGNEES PER EXPRESS.
i , ' . ... t : ; i- r -i ?-, ?? .
W A Meroney;
A J Ihabidet
iJ ?T ?avi?;
J H Fowles,
?rW T O Batesj
? H Rickenbacker,
J H Felder,
P R Pearson, r? .
H Tay lor. r I.j
... . ? . JQ33N A^ HAMILTON,
\ Express Agent.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
lYgOSBIiXrg ^ CROOK,
ORANGER URO COTTON MARKET.
?',. 77" : -- <??,-? ? ? i
Corroii?S'r.lb dui-iiig the week 42 bales.
Ordinary, . H . ? -. ? - 12) ?13
Good Ordinary, - - -14 015
Low Middiinr/ - - & xmm
Strict MiddUngi; - ~ "\ 17*? 17J
-.?_,?_-. ,. ," "~.
Bacon Hams : :' lb 12 ? 21
" Sides : : " llj @ 14
Lard i* : . ^ " 14 @
Com : X 1' : bun 90c % 1 00
Peas : : : i ," : 1 00 @1 30
Oats : seed t A " 1 25 @
Flour : : : : cwt 5 50 ?G 25
Fodder : : : ? 1 25 ?1 60
Bough Bice : : " 1 25 ? 1 30
Butter : ; : : !b ,35 ?. 50
Eggs : : : : dos 18 @*20e
Turkeys : : : pr 1 75 ?2 00
Geese 2 : : 11 1 00 @1 25
Fowls, : : per dor. 3.60 @ 6.00
Beeswax : : : lb 22 ? 25
Beef' ? ft illJii " 10 @ 12
Tallow : . " ' 8 ? lcl
Finders, : : : per bushel 125
>.' THE BECKWrCH
PORTABLE FAMILY SEWING
ON THIRTY DAYS' TRIAL,
TPita Strength and capacity Equal to ariy, Re
gardleu of Cost.
rpHE Cloth-Plate is the sixe used by a $100
i Machine is of Polished Plated Steel. At
tachments of proportionate size and quality,
while the entire Machine has corresponding
finish throughout. Braider, Embroider. Guide,
Uciriraer; Gatherer, four sizes of Needles, Ac,
are given with,every Machine.
210 TOII.SOMK TIIF.AD OF THE TREADLE.
Every Machine Cartfelly Tested and fully
BECKWITH SEWING MACHINE CO.
Near 17th St and Union Square,- 862 Broad
way, N. Y.
July 17,1873 22 tf
-I-i-1?. ?' '
rpHE ?NDEBSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Informs the public that he is now prepared to
furnish BRICKS id any quantity. All orders
will meet prompt attefctiob.
0. C. EDWARDS. m
mayl 73 Ty
attorneys at LAW,
Orangeburg, Sj C.
AS. F. IZULR. t?,. Dlli?LE.
DR; T. BERWICK LEGrARE.
Graduate, . Baltimor* Coll eg* Dental
Office, Market tired, Over Store of j. A. Hamilton
THE HOME SHUTTLE
BEST, Because it is perfect in its work
Because it has tho endorsement of so
many ladies who use it; because it is pimple,
and becanso it can be bought complete oh table
for only $37,00.
JOHN A. HAMILTON.
Agent for H. 8. 8. Machine,
march 6,1370 tf
ll PARTIES ON WHOMEXECUTIONS
? For Town Taxes, have been served, are
hereby notified that unless said exceutiona are
satisfied by the Firt Day of August their pro
perty irill be levied upon and sold for the taxes.
1 By order of Town .Council. . -._,_
r- KIRK E?B1N80N,
aug 24?tf Town Tax Col lector.
? for storekeeper's ?onifbri
R?&st? coffee TN #lN foil;
a moat convenient and fresh artlale.'
f. jfresh ??aqh3brs?
. Fruit Cake, OornhJdl Juniblssv ,
Milk and Soda Crackers,
Just & by Baltimore Steamer;
for sale by. > . ?
I j. a. Hamilton:
July iO, 1873 21 tf
SASHES ?ND BLINDS.
Mouldings, Brackets.. Stair .Fixtures; Intild
ejtf Furnishing Hard Wars, Drain Pips, Floor!
Tuea Wiie Guard.-?; Terra Gotta Ware, Marble
end Slate Mantle Pieces.
Window Glass a Specialty.
Bfir White-Pine Lumber, for Sale:
Circulars and Price Lists sent free on applica
tion, by p. P. TjQALE.
[ ;-Ho. 29 Hayna and 33 Flnckhey street;.
Odl-ly Charleston, 8.0.
T~~ ~~ ~ ?
: Spring Arrivals
M e:-N A. MA. H A. S9
Great reduction in'prices of Spring
Goods, bought i? the last ten daysv? ?
1 VV ' ' . "-? ? 1 l"r'1"" ? 1
IF you want to get the best and cheap
est ready-made Spring clothing, go
you want good Sugar, 8 lbs for $1
go to McNamabab'.
IF you want Gentle?jens' Cassimeres.
' Cloths, Tweeds, Meltons, Drab/ d'ete,
Summer , drills and cotton.ides, etc, all
of the best quality, and the largest stock
in town, and at low prices, too, go to.
? . .. r McNAMARASJ
iM.ftf,._?1-_u ~, ?-. :?_
u want good Brown Homespun, j
^ d wide, at 12$ cents, goto
F you want Ladies drec-s gooda cheap
, and stylish, go to
IF you want ladies .and children's'shoes
of the best quality and at low prices,
IF you want to buy;cheap for cash, go
t0 ?? p yl? McNamabab'.
Being thankful for the liberal patron
age bestowed on me. in.the past, I res
pectfully solicit & continuance of the
same. J. McNamaba.
Appril 23,1873 l(f ly
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"FOG-ARTIES "BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 250 King Street, Charleston, 8. C.
march 27,1873 . 0 cwtfc
EXTENSION OB1 BXJ?I3STESS.
?rt-AVIStt FAlfcEtt RELEASE OUR PRESENT 8TAK0(,ANt) TO
ax, ? Accommodate- our,rapidlj5 Increasing trade, we.. are ? now building a.Iarge
and. commodious store, between Dr. Olivkuos and Mrs. Oldehdohp's and we
will have for
FOB TttlliTY J1AYS
GRAND CLEARING OUT SALE \
jfre know it requires \6vr prices to niove goods these hard ? times.
intend to force extra sales of over $10,000 worth of desirable merchandize to
"Clear our Decks," for the FAXL-OAMPAIGlSF. There are bargains to be secured
at onr present stand) prior to our removal; on the 1st of September. Call early..
32 o. d. kortjohn: ABBS
Nov20?if -At Reduced Prices.
J_ I_ _????_. ,._
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Southern Life Insurance Company.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE8:?liiE^paia 4e"n*t."; and Atlanta, GAi
?? ^ ...?. ;. ?/?? . . .-.vT. *.?* ?
SXtmphis Office.?T. 4. Nelson^ President. ;4 Woodruff, Vice-president
^ Benjamin May, Secretary.- .
Atlanta OfflCO.^-John JB. Gordon, President, A. H. Colquitt, VicVPreoI
ii' ? ? dent. .X A. Morris, Secretary. .
BLACK & WARRING, General Agents,, Columbia, South Carolina.'
j. A. Hamilton, Resident Agent^Orangeburg, South Carolina.'
assets' January. lei, 1878 f - . - S,1584<48Si?V
annual income ? - - * v-$1,000,000..
?EAN6EBURG BRANOH OF SOUTH CAROLdifA
....... TT'"F?.TTRf I "t^T'PnPr?
Pr. W. F. Barton,'. jfcoert Copes,. / Jan/es F. fzla? K
John A. Hamilton, D*. W. W. Wannamaker, E. Kussel Zimmerman,
Thad C. Andrews',' -W. J. DoTreviJle, George Boliyer,' ,.
Paul S. Felder, Tholnas Zimmerman" James Van Tassel;
LV Beckwitb, Henry Mtoorcr, Samuel Dibble,
0 Dr. W. F. Bautok, Chairman,
John A. Hamilton, Secretary,
Paul 8. Felder,
? ? George BoLivnn, _ ...,,? . ? .
t/Thjs Company isauca policies on all approved* plans and pays losses promptly.
?Jn A liAMI^TOJr,
Resident Agent, Orangeburg, Sc. C.
June 12,1878 * 17 3m
For ihrther information, ayply to ...
?v. ~ -1
For FRUIT JABS, as well as every
thing else that is GOOD AND CHEAP.
GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY
PART OF T?WN FREE OF CHARGE.
Feb. 13,1873 52 * . ly
The Sta te of South Carolina ,
In the Court of Probat*.
,By AUXIu*ST?8 B. KNOWLT'dN; Esq.,
Judgo of Probato in said County.
WHEREAS, John B. Jones hath applied
to me for Letters of Administration on the
Estate of Frederick W. Jones, late of Or
angeburg Ceunty, deceased,
These are therefore to oite and admonish
all and singular the 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 Orangeburg, on the
26th day of July, 1878, at 10 o'clock A.
M., to show cause If any, why the said Ad
ministration should not be granted.
Given under my Hand and the Boil of Court,
' this Oth day of July Anno Domini 1873.
[L.8.] AOO. B. nHOWLTON,
Probate Judge, O. C.
July 1> 6t
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR*
''ORASGEHimo Co?htt, I
Obakqbbcbo, 8. C, July 1st 1878.
Notico is hereby given that I will be at
the folloVing plsoos on the days mentioned
to' lake Returns of Real and Personal Pro
Softy. In the meantime, my Offlse at
rangeburg will be open for the same pur
Jose,, till the 20th day of August 1878.
ft or which date- a penalty of 60 per cent -
will ho added to the property of all delin
At 11 r an oh v ill o Monday and Tuesday 14th
and 16th of July. J. Hamp Felder'? on
Monday Tuoadny and Wednesday 21st 22d
and 28d of July. Rowe's Pump Saturday
26th of July.
Lewisville, Monday, Tuesday, ?cd Wed
nesday 4th 6th and 6th of August.
Fort Motte Thursday 7th of Aiurujt.
Col. Daniel Livingston's Mill, Monday
and Tuesday 11th and 12th of August.
JAMES VAN TASSEL,
" County Auditor. .
July 12 1878 t*