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tllE 011M&P IMG TIM KS.
OHANUEUl'U?i S ? C., AUGUST V, 1878.
J?ggT Mr. Kiuk Robinson is authorized to
"tolled and receipt fof advertlscmeifts and suV
icriptions to the Time*.
*8 ? . Oliuibh Services;
Baptist Church?Services eve rv-Sabbath, (i>.
"V.,} at 11, A. M? and at 7J, P. M. Dr.- I.
D. Durham, Pastor.1!
^PresbyterianChurch-,?Services at 11 A.M.,!
and 4 P. M-^Sabbath School at 9} A. M ?|
Prayer meeting Thursdayafternoon at 4 o'clock.
Rev. J. D. A. Ilrown, Evangelist.
Church of tho Redeemer (Episcopal)?Sab
hath School 9A.M.
! Methodist Church?Services at II A. M.
and 7i P.M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.~
Rev. l?\.Auld, Pastor.
Lutheran Cliurch?Sabbath School at 9 A.
Dr P. A. Dantzler, Superintendent.
Mayor?EviT, W. Briggmann.
Chirk?E. J. Oliveros.
Alderniou?E. J. \)Uveron, Wm. Willcock,
duo. Iluliver, A. Marlin.'
Ornngebnrg M?il Arrangement.
Northern, "Western and ' Opens.' ' Closes.
Charleston.1130A.M. 7.30 A.M.
Colombia. 9 A. M. 10 A.M.
Office hours from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sundays
Porsons wishing Money Orders for the North
atid AVe.it and for Charleston, must purchase
them the evening before'in order to have them
jet off the next morning.
w. e. wtllTams; p. m. -
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
Up - - - - 10.1? A. M.
Down - - - 11.31 p. M.
Hp.I'm* a. M.
Ji.W Tit A INS.
Down - - - - 7.'Mi a. m.
Up - - - - 12. PJ a. m.
NIOIIT Tit A INS.
Pown - - - ti.13 p.m
Up.?31 a. m
Contract' advertisers may change
monthly. Every change must bo sent
in by Monday.noon.
BOX, We are requested to give notice
.that on Saturday a Committee will bc-nt
the Pic-nic ground, opposite Capt.
Howe's residence, to fake charge of all
baskets, which owners may not desire to
?irry to the corner-stone celebration.
|p Visitors aro rcquosted to have Ei.cn
11 ask et carefully marked with
their kam es.
? ? - >v
F. DcMars, Esq., has returned from
a trip to Canada, and looks remarkably
Friday last was a most Oppressive day.
At. 5J P. MT, the thermometer ranged at
NO CHARLESTON PAPERS
Came- yesterday (Wednesday), and
the "News <fc Courier subscirbcrs were
disconsolate, not knowing what to do
Since, wc published tho item, of the
two youtig ladies who were working twen
ty acres of cotton, we have received a call
from two bachelors, who desired to learn
the names of tho fair farmers.
THE MONTHLY PARADE
Of the Young America and Comet
Piro Engine Companies look place on
Tuesday afternoon last. They made a
handsome show, the Comet, being rather
stronger in number than usual.
Our Charleston correspondent, Chas.
Carcrrc, Esq., who has, over the No.mmiv
lie plume of "A Snodgrnss," furnished
so many interesting letters, is now on a
visit to our town. \Vo can promise a
recuperation of health if ho protracts his
stay in so fiue a climate. ,
Last Monday, although snloday, failed
?o attract tho usual c rowd to tho me
tropolis. True;* the camp-meetings
niado a drain upon both town and
country, and everybody had something
to do at home, and nothing, (or very
near it) to spend in ?rangoburg, and tho
Shcrifl'oflered no special attractions in
tho line of "closing out to mako room for
for a fall slock," so where was the in
ducement? .The day began hot and dry,
but about noon a thunderstorm gathered,
and tho swinging of tho "Dragon sign" be
fore tho wind (that obliged Pecksniff to
resort to vinegar paper) wjib ncircutn
Bj^ncc to Iii?? swinging of-;shutters und
gates, boioro the gust ivlncu ?ent tho.j
clouds of d ust into eyes and noses. For
tunately a nun followed?a real soaker
?that made tho farmer smile, and the
cotton look fresh, "We report below a
list of sales made, and prices of such
poperty as was knocked down under the
One tract, 185 acres, property of Abra
ham Antloy, bought" by S. Dibble.
1031 ncres (swamp) properly of C. S.
Bull, bought by H. Klatto & Co., for
Is becoming the rage in Orangeburg. Sev
eral fine gamps were played during tho past
week. Wc will thank the diAcrent clubs
if they will hand us in, now aud theu, an
account of tho games played. Not be
ing versed in this "little game" as Was
Bret Hurtc's Heathen Chinoe, wo would
bo "out" all the time, in attempting to
describe it?in fact, wc couldn't "Nyc"
do it! $..
Gcnl. Kcrsbaw, Messrs. W. D. Porter, 1
and W, Tl. M: Sims nave interviewed
President Grant with a view to the. par
don.of the Ku Xvlux prisoners, and have
succeeded in obtaining the consent of Iho
President, to stop further prosecutions
against them, except in aggravated cases.
It is also believed by those gentleman]
tlmt many, if not all of tho prisoners now
imprisoned will be released.
Think of growing snap beans over two
fket in length.! and then say that thYs
is not a great country to live in. Mr.j
J. M. Ptctsill has sent to our sanctum
sonic specimens of tho above si''.c, of
of which two or three joined together
presented somewhat the appearance of a
plow-line." Wo have hoard it said that
nobody could do two things lit once, but
Mr. Botsill has proved that both DuaaiJis
and iiEANS can be made by one and
MAKING TIME - -
The slbeping car*on the Augusta road
met with an accident, that delayed the
passenger train of Friday last. The train
inconsequence did not leave Granitcville
until two hours behind schedule time,'but
the road was in good order, and tho engin
eer sober (as all the engineers arc on the
S. C. It. It.) and the run was made to
Orangehurg by a few minuts after eleven.
Tho time recovered was an hour and foy,
ty minutes in a distance of about (70^j
THE AUDITOR'S OFFICE.
We have, like tho rest of our friends,
had occasion to visit this oilice, that wc
might escape the penalty for delay, and
must attest to the promptness and atten
tion given to persons applying for infor
mation and the facility with which the
. . .,.* .
busHices oi ino oniee is cusciiargcd.?
Should there be any grumbling after the
limited time, by taxpayers, they must
blame themselves. Wc bavo warned
them time and again, and repeat^jo*no
tice that the auditor's books oj^jc after
the 20th inst.
THE CORNER STONE
Arrived yesterday by express. .U was
mysteriously and carefully boxed.?
There was nol the least cbanco to discov
er its shape, and tho Master Mason who
took it in charge was mum on the sub
ject. Mr. Pry suggested it might be
square; and Pokey paid it was a rhom
boid, which bving explained geometri
cally and anatomically to the colored
boy who lifted it, caused him to exclaim,
that "dal. ruinb?y stbuo almos' pop my,
ritmboy muscle." Who will stay nwdy
from seeing the the laying of this curious
stone, which is fixed for Saturday next?
A favorable change, lias taken place
since Juno in the cotton crop, which imw
bids fair to yield an aw rage t rop. Ruin
was much needed during tho past week ;
but most farmers were visited on Sun
day and Monday last with'line ?howt t>,
which caused the drooping leave- and
fanners' faces to look more cheerio 1.
Fodder stripping, which is looked (o ;ts
tho beginning of harvest, bus com
menced, buPon every hand, we leiim the j
corn crop will bo'short* ,
,-, Soo advertisement to-day of the cele
brated Marvin Safe Company, whoso
work has been ofteii thoroughly tested.
No,biU3?nes man sbould rost at night un-..|
less his books and. papers are secured in
a good iron sale, and wo rotommend all
to oxamino those olfered by this Com- ]
?'-?? ? <? ?
Carnontcrs, Pattern Makers, nnd Cabinet
Will take notice that P. P. Tonic, of
Charleston, has on hand and for sale,
White Pine of the iinest grade, wholesale |
and rotail. Also, Walnut. Oak and
other hard wood.
CONSIGNEES P?R EXPRESS.
"W. P. Livvingston
A. J. HarttoK
S. T.. Davis
J. JI. Rider,
Dr. W. M. DanUler,
Hoy. T- II. /iinnicrruan,
Kev. (!. A. Hough,
' W. G; Mack,
Cant. W. Mack,
J. D. Smoke,
Eins. Anna. Wightinan,
Mis*. D. Luriiyue,
CORRECTED WEEKLY UY
mos^'Bir & crook.
f>HA.\OERUJ;n C'/TiVX M?RK-EK
Corro:;?Hales during the week 30 bales.
Ordinary,. - " - - - 10 <7'M 1 i
.(Joud Ordinary, ? - - 12 ? lp
Low Middling, - . - - 14? 10
Strict Middling, lo ?) ? ItU
Bacon ITaina : ': lb 12 ? 21
" Sides j . : .: " 11J ? 11
: " ii ?
: : : ' bun 1 05 ? 1 10
: : ? : " 1 00 ?1 30
cd : : " 1 25 ?
: : : cw? 5 50 '?C 25
: : "1 25*?1 50
" 1 3*0 ? 1 35
.: ? : . : lb 35 ? 50
: ': dor. 15 ? 20c
: : j-r 1 75 ?2 00
:. .: : " 100 ?1 25
: vor do/.. 3.50 @ 5.00
:. : : lb 22 ? 25
* : : ' "' 10 ? J2
: " . 8. ? 10
: " : per bushel 1 25
f?Cjy"fCR.?AI lifo inflation of tho Board
of Directors of tlie Orangoburg Agne'ultirV
ul and Mechanical Assoeiatfrni, and py virtpoi
of a Dispensation from MK \V.% *Urfln<l
Master IV; S. Bruns, I wiUJ'pr?eocd to*lny
the (Corner Stone of tho Fair Building at
Orangeburg on Saturday she t'tli day of
August next, according to ancient Masonic
The following ?r emulations arc promul
gated for the guidance of the craft.
1. Bro. W. V. Izlur will acton'si.Mprshal
2. All affiliated Master Masons in jjdod
standing who desire <o participate in the
ceremonies "ill assemble in io-galiu at ihn
Masonic Hall in Orangcbtivg, at 10 aSdock
Thq pr?oessiori Will loi\v Masonic Hull
at It o'clock precifi'dlyj aitd 'ho exercises at
the Fair Grounds will bc%ui t.t. 12 o'oloeiv
?1. An address Will bo doliverbd tin the
occasion l>y Past Master Bro "Thomas W.
5. lain invited to extend to all participat
ing Brethren an invitaiiou to ?tc Fic-Nic of
(ho Orangcbnrg Agricultural Hocioty, at
the grove in front of the residence of Capt*.
.). C. Howe, immediately after the exer
cises mo completed and the Lodge closes. ?
JAMES F. [KLAR,
I).?. P.-. M'.'?;
rth Masonic Diaf.
PIANOS ANp ORGANS,
, TERMS OF LEASE:
.?1//' Payments made < n Learc mill wply totcartis
the purchase of the Instrument Journal.
Piano? rahirti hi
?<I50 to $500 : : $75 advance, $25 monthly.
52o lo 000 : J~> advance, 30 monthly.
025 to 750 : : rut) advanco, 40 monthly.
Organs valued <?(
$125 to 2iio : : $25 ndvanet, V.O ih addy.
225 lo 35l> : -iu advance, 15 nUinUily,
300 to 500 : : 50''ndva'nce 2|AnWthly.
; Parties who ofler sntisfuclQry Security
can nay for [neirutnetfts \\ in to? ;>i 3p0, \\ n\ul
12 months' time.
Call.and Und put other hidlli emt lit* offered
in lioth Time and Ciw 1? Sides. IV< u\
Ag( hi for Omngebpry ('uunty.
may 22, 1S73 11 tf
LTi PAllTlES > ?N WIloM r.x s:t t: I U)N.
_ For Town'1 axes, have buoji ?ervc?l, an
hereby not'died thai uuU.-. .-.iiil '< v. conti tin an
Riitiijli d.by tho 1 iil p.\y pf August tlu'o- pro
pcrly will lie lovled uponluul'sold IbrtnC^
By prdur.ofTown Council.
aug 2 I tf ToVn Pax Collcelor.
SASUES' AND- BLINDS,
Mbijldings, Brackels, Stair Fixtures, lmild
ei-tf;F?rnfeliing Hardware,' Drain Pipe, Floor
Tili. ;, Sjyix'o Guards, Terra Gotta Ware, Marble
and Slate-Mantle Piece*.
Window (il.Lss a Specialty,
JGSy 'Wintc-Pine Lumber for Sale. ..??3
Circulars and Price List? sent free on applica
tion, by . ? - P. P. TO ALE.
? 3&>'29 Ilayne and 33 Pinckney street,
oct 1-ly Charleston, S. G. ?
Mjg TST X M X R -A. S.5
Great reduction in price;" of Spring
Good.?, bought in tho last tort days."!/
SF you want to get the best and cheap
eat geady-made Spring clothing, go
to Mcls AMAR/VS,
IF you want good Sugar? 8 lbs' for SI
go to McNAmaras'.
IF you want Gcntlcmena) Citsffnieres.
Cloths, Tweeds, Meltons, Drab* d'etc,
Summer drills aiid cottouitdes, etc., all
of (he best, quality, and tho-largest stock
in towin, and at low prices, too, go to
F you want good Brown Tionicipun,
one yard wide, at 123 ivnt<, go to
F you want Ladies drccs goods cheap',]
and stylish, go to
. ' McMam M'.as'
IF you want ladies and cliUdre'ns> shoes
of the best quality and at low prices,
go to "* MeN AM ABAS'
F you want, to buy cheap for cash, go j
to * ' McXamaras'.
Being thankful for the liberal patron
age bestowed on me in tha past, I res
pectfully solicit a continuance of the
same. J. McNamaha.
Appril 23, 1873 10. ly
A'Fir PUBLI.OA TlOXti.
jp?GARTXE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
(ro^akt.K," *t11.I.man * CO.)
OUJt KKW CATALOGUE no. 20.
The Irish Race, in the phsl ami the present,
by the Rev. A .1. Tucbaud. ?:? GO.
Popular Lectures on ScientUc Subjects, bv
If. Holmholtz, Professor of Physics in the Unl
versity.ef l'.erlin, with an introduction by Pro
feasor Tvnilall. S2
Insanity in its rt lations to crime; a Text and
a^cohiinentary, l". William A- llanunond, M.
D, 1?.. Profcissoi h( il vue I [capital Medical
College? SL ? ..
?fnhi.Sth:if4 Mill ; n Memorial Volume. SI.
Doicnancl's AVur.d Philosophy ; complete
in one vc-liin , i DQ. Alro, in m-paiaie p.uts
vif, Pin 11, Mochau|< ,1 f v?!i.? ?! ithw and Phu?
niatics; Part 11, IL at: Vnt\ \ u,'Electricity
and Magi li iii ;4.\trt ! ?', Sound at 1 Light.
Each $1 70.
Liberty, I .,,! diu and Frnlernilv, by James
Fit/janu- Si, olu-n?. $2.
Old'New EiighmdH Traits; by:George Lunt.
SI ,50. ?' . ? . '
Evolution <>i Life, bv Henry 0. Chapman,
M P. 52 75.
Alibono'i Dictionary of Poetical Quotations;
Covering t!.i whole field of English Poetry
from Chaucer to the i i> enl time, 13,000 (Quo
tations from 550 authon? on 135 subjects. S5.
Index I lodge a S;. -u -mailt- TKvcjo jy. ci.
Lange-'s Com'nVcntiiry on Matthew^ Sunday
Hch ol Edition. ?3.
A New Book by l>ean (ioulhurn?Tho Holy
Catholic Church'; It- DlvfrTe l<Kal, Ministry
and CatccluHUi on each Chapter, forming a
Course of Methodica Inp'tiHiction on the Sub
ject, by E. M. Goulhuru, 1>. D., Author of
"Pcnpnal Religion,' &c, Si no'.
Crituples and Addresse?, by Tli?s. IL Hux
ley, L L. D., F. It. S. SI 50.
Food?, bv Edward Smith, M. 1?.. L. L. B., !?'.
Ri S $1 76.
Narrative of tin Mityion to Russin, in 5. iG,
of the Hon. Gufltuv.ua Auvu Fox, Assistant
BecVetary'pf the Navy, feom tho journal i
notes of J. F. Loultal; Slhwtmted, IS cngrnv
Ines, 1 vol., vo. v"">.
- The argument pi ueyn , a c^>)^p1(tv>'Collc^-'
tion of the I'oii'ii ic 1 >i: < our.c- on (he part of
the United ?States and Orcal Britain, IVuoro tliq
trial of Arbitrdtioii loidm- the Treaty of Wash
ington, na puhli !t d by the authority of The
CKiVorniuent. v : 6(J
W-'Uiderings of a wlgabondi an Autobiogra
phy' qtlitcd by .lohn Morris, ?2.
Thb.ltlihe'ral Springs of Unilcd States and
Canada j with nnnlysi^ and N-1-. on tin- S|.a< ..t
EitrojK.', anilfH* Qst of Seaside Remits, by
George B. Walton, M. 1> $2.
Anectlotofi bl Publh Men, by John W. For
Pro^ccUoti A ..ii.,< Nire, and the best means
6f l??Uip#r>Ut inc . oi Cjtjes. I m> n and Vjl
.'v. -.witl! Practical finj^ektio"hs Rtr the Sccu-j
iitv of Life prbpertv, hj Joscjdi Bird.
SI 60. ' * ' ?
, Test liook- <-f Science. Electricity and May
?Riiriit, by Fleiuijig JjVnljin, f'roli , of En
gineering L:tii'vejvdy FdbVburgh. STB0. ''
Bnrto.n arjd D'raKe'a imuxplorou Syri.i. '
vo!-., f)>bij ,i in \; (yoc oil guperfiujo.paper
with numcrouit ilbiHlratiOnH aiid nuips. $15.
N. B.~U6 \\\'d Ikj/cnt l>. aiiy part of lh(
c?niitry fred of extra charge on recwipl of pub
lishen price. Aodn-.
i't ?tJAiVJ UM ??GK I>KPO; i roiiV,
I No. 2$l) Khia Street] CUarhjeiuh, S. 0.
\ biar'ch27) Itfi? ti c.w'f.
rrJiK i?wi;i,!.in(. mil m: am? lot
J. On tho Belleville Road' Terms easy.
iuly 3|Il( j\^ F WLAR
EXTENSION OF BUSINESS.
;aving failed to ke-lease OUR present STAND, AND TO
7rL Areoinmoduto our rnpully increasing trade, wo uro now building a large
and coiiiiuodio?? store, between Dr. Oliveros aud Mrs. Oldendobf's and we
will have for . . ?
FOR flUUTY DAYS
GRAND CLEARING OUT SALE \
We kn6w.it requires low prices to move goods these hard times.
We intend to forco extra sales of over $10,000 worth of desirable merchandize to
"Clear our Decks," for the FALL CAMPAIGN. There are bargains to be secured
at our present stand, prior to our removal, on the 1st of September.- Call early.
M?oh'? T. KOi?? & BROTHB?.
SEGA RS v and
CJ. B. 3KOB.TJOHN,
Nov 20?ly ? At Reduced Prices.
Southern Life Insurance Company.
PRINCIPAL OFFICES:?Memphis Tenn., nnd Atlanta, Ga.
Memphis Office.?t. A. Nelson, President. A Woodruff, Vice-President;
Benjamin May, Secretary,
Atlanta Office.?John 13. Gordon, President, A. H. Colquitt, Vice-Preai?
dent. J. A. Morris, Secretary.
BLACK & WARRING, General Agents, Columbia, South Caroliaav
J. A. Hamilton, Resident Agent, Oraugeburg, South Carolina.
ASSISTS January 1st, .1873 - - $,1534,488,97
ANNUAL INCOME - r- * - ^ ? SpI.OOO.OQO.,
OllAIS^EBUllG BRANCH OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Dr. W.^'\ Barton, Robert Copes. James F. Izlar.
John A. Hamilton, Dr. W. W. Wnnnm?ker, e. R?ssel Zimmerman,
Thad C. Andrews, . W, J. DoTroville, Georgo Boliver,
Paul.S. Felder, Thomas Zimmerman James Van Tassel,
L. It. Beekwith, Henry Moorer, Samuel Dibble,
Dr. W. F. Barton, Chairman,
John A. Hamilton, Secretary,
Paul S. Felder,
James F. IzlAr,
This Company issues policies on all approved plans nnd pays losses promptly.
For further information, ay ply to
john a hamilton,
Resident Aagcnt, Orangeburg, So? C.
June 12, 1573 17 3m
VnO TO ?
MOSELEY & CROOKS'
For FRUIT JARS, as well as every
thing else that is GOOD AND CHEAP.
GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY
PAltT OF TOWN FREE OF* CHARGE.
Fob. 13,1873 . 02 !y
OR A N U IHM lit* AVA DEftlY
THE KXERCHEs of tliirf Academy ?ill be
rvKttihcd ort Monday. September 1st.
Boyaarc pfeparcd f? r College <>r IntBitiee^j
mid?young l.-.d.e* given ? thorough eoni-scof
The mhle m\\\ female department!, are kept)
I'fitriclly Kop.irali', except during tho recitation
of ?I i.V .. i wbi< ii arc couipodcd of both.
Thumb, (rmi month).
We tui'li'roi.r ih?iik? for the liberal patron*
ic/uof ihu pa*t and tru.-t thai wo &ha}| l??0.rH a
continuance of the fuune in tho future.
SI II I S R. MEU.1CHA 1/1'.
?lA.l/KS S. HKVWARl), ?
??july ftlMd c ? I*i .v. ii 11:
?20. THE BECKWITIl $20.
PORTABLE FAMILY SEWING
ON THIRTY DAYS' TRIAL,
with Strength nntl capacity Equal to any, JRc
tjardlc*? of < '..?/.
r?HJE Cloth-Plato w the size used by a $100
JL Machine is of Polished PIntcd Steel. At
tachments of proportionate size and quality,
while- tho cniirt' Machine has corresponding
liiii li throughout, Ilraidcr, Embroider. Guide,
Hi turner, Clhthcrcrj four sizes of Needles, ?So.,
are given with every Machine.
HO TOILSOME TJU.AD OF THK TBKADt.E.
Every Machhni Car* felly Tested*and fully
r.lN KWITII SEWING MACHINECO.
I Near lTlhJBt. and Union Square, ?"?2 llroad
wny, N. YT . m
L juiv iv. is::; 22- ? tf