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IE ?llANGEBTJRG TIMES;
)RANGEBUR?, Sr C, SEPT. 25, 1873.
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Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized to
:ol 1 c>r( and receipt for advertisements und Bub
.criptltms to tho Times.
or?Joab W. Moscley.
. Aldermen?Henry Washington, J.
l|g,? Williamson, T. D. Wolfe.
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Baptist Church?Services every Sabbath: (D.
$ atjl,- A. M? and at 7J, P. M. Dr. t.
i?reabytcrinn Cliurclr?Services at 11 A. M.,
and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9J A. M.?.
Prayer meeting Thursday aftcrnooit at 4 o'clock.
Rev. J. D. A. Brpwn^Evangolist.
Church of tho Redeemer (Episcopal)?Sab
bath Schopp ?Ai'M.
Methodist Church?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7j> P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
Rev. F. Auld, Pastor.
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
Dr; I*.'A. Dantz'er. Superintendent.
Orangebnrg Mail Arrangement.
Northern, Western and Opens. Closes.
/ Charleston ...... 1130 A.M. 7.30 A. M
Columbia .y..... . 9 A. M. 10 A. M.
Office hours from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sundays
Persons wishing Money Orders for the North
? and West and for Charleston, must purchase
-them the fcveuing before hi order to have them
get off the next morning.
I - W. E. WILLIAMS, P. M.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
DAT TRATN8. , DAY TRAINS
Down - - - 8.03 A.M.
N Kit IT TRAILS
.Ujr**-r?-?^? li48 A. M.
Down - - - -7.O0A.M.
Up - - - - 12.42 A. M.
Down - - - (1.13 P.M
Up.5.31 A. M
Contract advertisers may change
monthly, , livery .change must be sent
in by Monday noon.
- B$TA- Market Street is receiving some
needful repairs at the bauds of Council.
JSSir T. Total will, have a placo next
week, too Into for present issue,
Did you see our Typo on Saturday j
Tbc scene, at the depot is lively, Four
engines aud trains were on the turnout I
and track a few" days since.
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Now Is the lime to. send your Cards
?for advertisement in the .Times. Toll-,
the public what: you have to sell and j
they will know where to get it.
We learn that the membership of the
various Granges, is rapidly increasing
There is no-better school of Economy than
the Grange system.
A violent storm of wind and rain pre
vailed in our vicinity during Friday af
t?rn0^ nUd uight. It is feared that the
cotton crop >Jtl be vast1y aaningcd.
* Tho grape yickVo",, ycur hns bccu
unusually largo. Very. iuhx,Y Cf our far
mers indulge With home-made wine o5
delicate amnck from past vintages.
See notice of Steam-Enpine and Saw
Will for sale by Mr. Ayer. This is a
good chance for Mill men.v? A lino
tract of land is also offered by Him.
0 JJ^* Wo had the pleasure of a visit
during the past week from Mr. Hacker,
of the well known Firm of Gco. S. Hack
? cr & Co* of Charleston. Messrs H. &
Co furnished tho beautiful Doors and
9 windows adorning tho front of new
t^storotof Messrs. T. Kohn & Bro. 'and
have also received tho contracts for fur
nishing the Fair Building and'Lutheran
Chnroh with Sashes, and Doors They
have given great satisfaction, both as to
workmanship and prices.
I iu RansdfUe
Has taken the contract for the unfin
I ished Fair building, and the Stockhold
ers may now look with confidence to the
completion of the building in time for
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To our Subscribers
Wo earnestly beg all who aro in arrears
for subscription to tho "Times," to call at
' the "Captain's Office (or Robinson's Book
Store) to* settle." It is needless to remind
our subscribers that we are largely de
pendant' on tho 82.00 per annum that
they owe us,-for tho support of our pa
por, which claims to be tho organ of tho
Tax payers in this County, and which
lias neither State nor County pap to fall
back upon, when its legitimate food is
withheld.. Look out for the X oh your
paper, and oblige us by settling, your
The Ommittee .
' On tho Cotton Factory are rominded
that they are to meet on Saturday next,
the 27th at. 12. M. 'at the Engine
House. The adjourned meeting of the
citizens wiil take placo on Saturday next.
Of last Friday night has caused great
j damage throughout the County.' Several
mill dams being washed almost away.
Wo publish olsowliero the particulars
of tho dreadful rail-road accident, caused
by tho washing away of a portion of j
the track below Brnnchville.
Hiss Iii 0 Evans
Announces that she has opened a
school, at the- residence of P. V. Dibble,
for small children. Orahgcburg has now
3chools of every grade, and offers great
educational advantages to our citizens.
We trust Miss Evans will meet with
success iu her undertaking.
T. Kohn & Bro.
Call attention to-day to a splendid
stock of goods just received at their Now |
Store. We advise overybody to go round
and sec the governor in the prisoner's dock
aud learn how things are done in tho ci
ty of New York. The Messrs Kohn have
really an elegant establishment.
A New And Full Stock
I Is advertised to day by Messrs Mosc
loy and Crook, the go-ahead Merchants
opposite Citizens' Savings Bauk. Not
withstanding the dull times of Into, these
gentlemen appear to be very busy, and
are rapidly building Up a largo business.
Una bpfcn brought almost to a stand
still during tbp past lew days, caused by
the iailurojof some largo'banking insti
tutions at the" North. We trust this
will bo only temporary, and that the de
mand for' our staple, will soon be as
brisk as ever. Letters from Charleston
Factors stale that what demand there
is, is chielly confined to the better grades
of cotton, which arc bringing moderate
ly lair prices.
J. B. O'BetUson's
Building is progressing rapidly. We
noticed a small red ling llyiug at the
front gable-end, with the .proprietor's
motto: "Perseverance" on it. We pre
gumo lie feels like the jubilant mechanic,
who culled in his friends nnd neighbors
to see what "rATiENCE, perseveuance,
nnd a little sweet oil" could accom
plish. Success to hiin, we say!
B6y- Wc learn that the new Council
n>vo established a night police.. This is
as it sVpnld be. Tho night police will
rid the town of an intolerable nuisanec,
if thoy will put a stop to the rowdpisir. at
the depot, which b carried on by a set of
Imlf-grown boys every night. The. Ca
mnncho yelling, and disgusting oaths arc
particularly disagreeable to passengers
in waiting for tho trains. An acquain
tance with star and club will make the
vicinity more quiet. i 4
Ocnl. Wagoner has tho nomination by
the Conservatives, for Mayor and G. J.
Curininglram will run on the Republican
ticket. A hard struggle is expected.
Carpenters, Pattern Makers, and Cabinet
Will take notice that V. P. Toale, of
Charleston, has on hand'and for sale,
White Pine of the finest grade, wholesale
and retail. Also, Walnut, Oak und
other hard wood.
The fall trade has now opened, and
with n view to meet all its requirements.
I. II. Hall & Co., Proprietors of the
Great Southern Builders' Emporium,
Charleston^. G, have made at tho Facto
ries largo .quantities of Doors, Sashes,
BIikIb, &c., from fully seasoned lumber
Thero immense rales enuble thorn to offer
number one work at low price*, Before
-_-?-?-?-'-.?> ? _ . <
beguinihg yourbuilding, send for their
price list and sizo card.". They aro also
Agonts for ^Bbc3toa' Roofing Felt and j
Paint.. Lastyear millions" of feet were
sold for covoring roofs, lining rooniB, |
painting, &c. ' ; .-.
CONSIGNEES P2R EXPRESS
F H W Briggman
Mrs G D^ TCeitt
Mooro & Wilson'
J W Dantzler 2 I
D D Salley, '
S. Govanse, t
Brovruing & Browning,
ORANGEUURG AGRICULTURAL ? AND HE
AN INSf ALMENT of TTVE DOLLARS
per share of the Capital Stock is hereby called
for by the Directors to bo paid to Kirk Robin
son, Esq., Treasurer, at tho Citizen's Savings
Bank, ;in Orangcburg, on or before October
20th, 1873. The capital stock of the Associa
tion having been increased 100 shares by a
meeting of the share holders, tho Treasurer will
receive subscriptions at the samo place for the
additional shares until the same are taken up.
Certificates of stock arc now being issued by
the Treasurer, to whom shareholders will ..ap
By order of the Directors.
sept. IB, 1873 31 2t
MISS C. M. EVANS HAS OPENED IIKR
School for small children, at Mr. P. V. Dibble,
on Russell Street, East of the Railroad.
sept. 2f>, 1773 , 32 ? it
IWILL SELL one of the very best Turbine
Water Wheels, together with a first-class
CIRCULAR SAW MILL for 51.000 cash.?
The Wheel and machinery, lately cost $3.0Q0
and is now in full operation?will saw from
five to ten thousand feet of lumber per day. I
will also seit 1(300 acres of land, near Buiord's
Bridge, on the Great Saltkahatchie River, on
Address ALFRED AYER,
Bamberg, S. C.
Pcpt. 25, 1873 ? " 32 4t
The Market Street
OFFERS a VARIETY of LADIES' CON
GA ESS and LACE GAJTERS, small sizes
and below Charleston pricee. -
Blisses' and Bovs' Shoes, sowed and pegged.
! Serge and Goat Buskins for tender feet. Gen
tlemen's dreys and heaVv shoes.
A variety of good.-* among which arc
Fruit Cake, English ?rackers.5
Crushed and Brotw S^rars, (vory low.
Milk Biscuit, Fruits and Fislt% ,
Irwau?, Nuts, &c,
Coffees, raw and parched, f|tt
Chocolote, Bwuia, Cocoa,
Essence of Coflec, Lard," '
In Bulk, Cans arid Pails.,
Deviled Ram, Sea Foam,
Bacon, Sides and shoulders.
Condensed Milk, English ?
Crackers. New No. 1
Mackerel, Self Raising Flour
Irish Potatoes, Best
Family Flour, and an Invoice of
BL ACK SEED WINTER OAT8.
JOHN A. HAMILTON
May 20, 1873 16 tf
GIRARDEAU'S FURNITURE STORE.
Prom our old stand to the NEW STORE
REAR OF ENGINE HOUSE,
Having received a part of our Fall Stock and
expecting tho balance of it very soon, we can
?fter to parties in need of
of any kiiufa?a fine lotto select from, and at
prices as low as any house of tho kind in
Always on hand, or made to order.
Of ffctton, Mos?, Wool or Hair on hand, or
made of any required size.
done promptly, carefully and at reasonable
GIIURDEAir & CO.
sept. 25,1873 . 32 Cm ?
By order of Probate Judge, I will con- *
tinuo the sale- of the stock of good* of the
Estate ef tho lato LAWRENCE D. CLARK,
deceased, after the custom of merchants,
until tho thirteenth day of October next,.at
tho storo in tho Town of Lowiavillo. On
that day, nnd from day to day thereafter, I
will sell at public auction, all remaining
personalty of said Estalo, ombraoing mer
chandize, funlturo, horses and other
chatties, at the somo plaeo. Terms cash.
ROSA V. CLARK,
? beptcmbor 20 J873 3t
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
mosEiiEir sl crook
OR4NOEBURO COTTON MARKET
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Cotton?Sales during tho week 228 bales.
Ordinary, - - - - 12 ? 125;
Good Ordinary, - - - 13?13J
Low Middling, - - - 14 @ 141
Strict Middling, - '- 14* ? 15
Bacon Hams : : lb' }2 ? 21
" Sides : : " Hi ? 14;
Lard : : "14?
Corn : ': : bus 1 05 ? 1 10
Pen? : : : : " 1 00 ?1 30
\OnU?. : acerl . : : " 1 25 ?
Flour : cwt 5 60 ?0 25
Fodder : : ; : " 1 25 ?1 50
Rough Bice : : ' " 1.40 @1 46
Butter : : : : lb 35 ? 60
JEgg* : : : . : doz 15 ? 20c
Turkeys : : : pr 1 75 ?2 00
Geeae : : : : " 1 00 @1 26
FuwIp, . -?; ; per dor.. 3.50 ? 6.00
Bees Wax : ?: : lb 22 ? 25
Beef : : ' " 10 ? 12
Tallow : . : ; " 8 ? 10
Finders, : : ? : per bushel 1 25
THE Subscriber offers for sale tho
Well-known, Plantation "McCant's
Villa, situated in Oraugeburg County,
fifteen miles due east of the Court House,
on the five notch Road, containing seven
hundred and fifty-seven acres, more or
loss, with the privilege of two hundred
acres more, recently conveyed te my son.
j .The latter place having on it* a single
fetbry dwelling, four rooms, one fire-place,
kitchen, stable, barn, &c, and about
twelve or fifteen acres cleared land.
On the larger place is
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EIGHT "ROO MS,
FIRE-PLACE in each,
Apd every other building necessary
on a* well-settled plantation; Fencing in
very good condition. For further par
titulars apply either to Messrs. Izlar
Dibble, Oraugeburg C. H., S. C? or to
the undersigned at McCant's Villa, Or
angeburg County; S. O.
X C. EDWARDS.
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GROG! . I'm
,-BT BUYING IW?
'SEGARS,- an? El
KNOWING HOW DIFFICULT 'TIS TO PURCHASE* PU^E HON
ORS, I have ju?t received a fine assortment; consisting of
GIN', WINES, $c.
I have also on hand n large quantity of Augusta FLOUR, D. S. StDES1 9St&
D. S. SHOULDERS, SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, and everything eU? fc Oft
Grocery lino. , . . *
Special attention is given to SEGARSj of which I have a large lot on hand.,
CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
' Nov20, cSl' T"1^^*
MOSELEY & CROOK,
H as Just icceiyed a lot of NICE CLOTHING with a good luar^mentof
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOS, HATS, CAPS, CROOKERY?
CUTLERY, TINWARE, #c. ] '
Their stock of Groceries cannot be surpassed by any in. the market
ity and prices.. . ?
Call on them opposite Citizens' Savings Bank.
Feb. 13, 1873
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Are now displaying the LARGEST,
BEST SELECTED and CHEAPEST '
ever offered in this TOWN J
All we ask is a call to COFTOTCS
you of the above PACTS.
THEODORE EOT & BROTHER.