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nm OKAKGEBTJKG TIMES.
? ojlANGEUUKUy^ji ><1CT. % 1S7b\
Mr.'Kirk Romxaox is authorised to
.?olleefnijfl receipt for advertisements and stib
.crip^mipo the Times.
? jf^town directory: t"7~
M??vor?Joab W. Moscley.
Clcrk-f>r. D. Wolfei
AUkumn?Iknrv Washington, J. P. Ilar
ley, iL Williamson,'T. I). Wolfe.
jjj ' Church Services.
Kaufst Church?Services every Sahhath. (I">.
"V.,) 55 11, A. M^, and at IX, P. M. pr. i.
1>. Dtifhain, Pastor.
rrt-shvtcrian Church?Services at 11 A.M.,
and 4 4>. M?Sahlmth School at 0} A. M.?
I'rayer meeting Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
ttev. J. 1). A. Brown} Evangelist.
Church of the.Keaoerner (Episcopal)???al>
Imth School DA. M.
Methodist Church?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7* 1?. jr. Sahhath School at 9 A. M.?
Rev. P. Auhl, Pastor. *
Lutheran Chinch?Sahhath School at' 0 A.
Dr'-'P. lA.'l)an\zldr. Superimeiident.
0r;ui?obur? Mail Arrnrigcmciit.
Northern, Western and , Opens. Closes.
Charleston.ll.'JOA. M. 7..'50 A. M
Columbia ....... 0 A. M.' 10 A. M.
Oflice hours from 7 A. M. to IV m. Sundays
Persons wishing Money Orders for the North
und West and for Charleston, must purchase
theih the evening before in order to have then!
get off the next morning.
W.'E. WILLIAMS, P. M.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
p?ssen* h?k. prek51 IT.
OA x- TRA J NS. DAY TK.VtNS.
Down - - - 8.-0.1 a.m. Down - - - - 7,50A.M.
Up . : . . km.-, a.m. Up- 12.42 a. m.
? XICillTTUAP'S KlailT.TR A iks.
Down - - - 11,31 P. M;i Down. - - - GJLJJlVM
l-p .... .. 1.4s a. M.lUp-5.81 a. m
Notice. . -
Contract advertisers may change
monthly. Every change must be sent
in by Monday'noon.
B^X,. No sales were made by the Sher
iff on Sales-day.
Bgk- The communication of Ex-Mayor
Briggm^n was bunded in on Wednesday,
?too Into for this week's paper. It vilj
I speak lor itself.
t--7' Judge Graham arrived on the up
trnm of Wednesday, and immediately
wiMit to. business. The Judge mot thti
misfortune, within a lew days past, of
the dentil of his mother, which detained
Iiis earlier arrival.
B*2U The recent issue, of South Caro
lin-! Railroad fare tickets, so closely re
sontbliii^ a bank note, met with a doubt
ful recept'on by the people. We are in
formed thai this class of currency is good
for nriy\d.ucs to the railroad, and is cur
rently received in trade.
, JSr. Z. E. Hyde
It is be in Orangoburg this week, to
pay .the highest prices lor cotton.
Our County Commissioners
*; Are invited to notice communication
of "Subscriljor,y whose buggy was nearly
broken at the Big Lake Bridge.
The Fair Building
Vviil be finished in ample time, by the
.contractor, Mr. Kansdnlc. A coat of
white paint is now being put on, and
will much improve the building.
The Night Police
Have been quite/successful in arrest
ing those "who make, night hideous."?
^Thc Mayor's Court in consequence, ben
efit the town exchequer. The night po
^co is a first rate, and a long-needed, in
We call attention to advertisement of
M?ns. Borger, who will open a dancing
jfschool on the Iptb iu.-t. M?ns. B. is
well known throughout the Slate as an
^flicient teacher of dancing. Cull at
Meroney's Ilotcl on the 1 Ith insfc.
Engine No. 26 passed our depot on
[Wednesday morning in charge of Mr.
Reevos, who is reported to be a skillful
uacltinest ojid runner. This locomotive
was built entire at the sluqw in Charles
ton. The finish is elaborate ami first*
class. The power of I he Engine is fully
up to any of the size constructed by
Baldwin ar Rogers. In fact, the whole
work is a success, ? proof of how .money
can he snvctl, and how a reputation. for
self-reliauco has hcoh hitherto comprotu-1
iscd by Southern Mechauics.
-m? ? tm
"Death of an old Citizen.
Wo regret to record the death, on
Wednesday last, of Mr. Jno Sifloy,
an aged and highly respected citizen of |
this town. He was the father of tho
Rev. J. Jj. Sifloy, the well known Meth
The Monthly Parade
Of the Young American Fire Engine Co..|
took jdacc on Tuesday afternoon, 7th
iust. The day was very windy, and sug
gestive of fires, but hp opportunity? was
afforded the Young Americas of distin
The Mayor's Court
Is getting to be a terrible plaee for the
noisy nn'd obstreperous. Harmless di
versions (hitherto enjoyed) sue!', as curs
ing and pistol firing, are e-pocially looked
after. The cost of this aniuscmcut va
ries from $2 to or a sei^c in the cas
tle. The Mayor likes order and he will
have it. All will be better pleased bye
and bye, both the rolicsome wight, and
the argus eyed police.
We learn from the Rev. N. R. Ful
ler, that the convocation of Protestant !
Episcopal clergymen, published to be
hchl on the 10th in this place,'has been
postponed. Due notice will bo given
through the paper, when the meeting
will take place. #
Charleston- "News & Courier" please
Tho team of Mr; Gco. II. Cornolsou,
not fancying the unseasonably cold wind,
started at a run, on Tuesday last, up
Market street, and turning into Russell,
opposite store of Mr, D. Louis; took a
bee-line for Establishment of Mr. Eight
foot and when stopped, seemed about to
dash into his front door. Nobody hurt.
No less than five bogs were engaged
in sapping and mining a garden fence
on Rtisscll Street, one day of last week.
Hog y.o. 1 put in a scooter, No. 2 fol
lowed with a half shovel, turning things
finely. Nos. 3, d, and 5 succeeded in
systematic order, beating tho Watt
pie ugh out of sight. The sidewalk was
ripped up for fifty Hot or more, and tho
paling was going through a "jolly -hake"
when last we saw it.
Last .Monday combined the double at
traction of Sales-day and the commence
ment of Court. A crowd gathered early,
and were treated, as usual, with the
Oyez, Arc, ending with the consoling
news to jurors, and all interested, that
they could ride a few more miles, go
home, and on Wednesday next, return
again. This is hard upon tho farmer,
whose short crop wants his personal at
tention. Bui as the order of the day is,
to be "ridden over," let him get up pa
tience and reins and ride it over again,
and not fail to bo here on Wednesday,
under a penalty, &c.
K':f),? Sooner er later all will be forced to
admit, that manual labor cannot com
pete in quality of w?l k with machinery,
and none are so blind as not to notice
the great rcduu^ipn in the price of an ar
ticle, as soon as machinery is adapted
to its manufacture. No line of goods
have boon more favorably, affected by
skilfully made machinery, than Doors,
Sashes, Blinds, &c. All ol the improve
ments in this line are used to get up
stock for Messers. I. II. Hall & Co.,
Charleston, S. C. Agents for the best
roofing and lining, Asbestos' Felt even
used. Send for juice list and circulars.
1WILL SELL one of the very best Turbine
. Water Wheels, together with a' first-class
CIRCULAR SAW MILL for $1.000 cash.?
The Wheel and machinery, lately cost $3.000
and is now in full operation?will sow from
five to ten thousand feet of hnnhcr per day. I
will also sell 1500 acres of laiul, near Buford's
Bridge, on the Great Snltknhatcliie River, on
Address ALFRED A YI'.K.
Hamberg, s. 0.
sept. *J">, 1S73 , 32 it
consignees per express- .
J F Myers
Dr C R Thompson,
J S Albergotti,
D C TJlmer,
Miss M P Wigbtnian;
K J Olivcros,
T G Vinco,
Dr W B Burton,
1) R tShannnhujf,
John L Rcoves,
W II Bryan.
M?NS. BERGER informs the Ladies and
Qentlcmen of'Orungcburg, that having
obtained a sufficient number of punils, ho
will open a Dancing Scho?l on the 10th inst.
M?ns. B. is well known as the only profes
sional tcachor in this State ; bis headquarters
being in Chartcston, and he can give the best
references here rifcd all over the State. lie
teaches dancing in all its various branches,
without any exceptions! Persons wishing to
join the class are requested to do so at the
first Lemon. For particulars apply the Pith
inst, at Meroncv's llotel.
Oct. 0. 1-873 * 34 2t -
THE EXERCISES of this Academy will be
resumed on Monday. September let.
Boys are prepared for College or business,
and young ladies given a thorough course of
The male and female departments are kept
strictly separate, except during the recitation
of classes which are composed of both.
Ttsibis, (i?em month).
CLASSICS - - -* - ? - $-1 00.
ENGLISH. 3 00
\Yc temler our thanks for the liberal patron
age of the past and trust that we shall merit a
continuance of the same ill the future.
JA.VPS S. HEYAVARD,
STILES" R MELLlClIAiiiP,
july 31?td TfujpifKhs.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
jVToliBlily Instivllme n Ls.
TERMS OF LEASE:
-!// Payments made on will apply touvrd*
the, purchase of the Instrument Loaned.
Pianos r<dued at
$450Jo S500 : : $75 advance, $25 monthly.
525 to llOO : : 70 advance, 30 monthly.
(i'J-'t to 7"H) : : UK) advance, <1U monthly.
Otynns valued at
$V1~> to "Jt'O ; ; advance, $10 monthly
2*25 to 350 : : '10 advance, 15 monthly
800 to 50,0 : : 50 advapj-'e 2-"i iuj irhfy.
ParUes who offer satisfactory Security,
can pay for fostruincnts in notes at A, t?, '.), und
12 month.V lUne.
Call and llnd but other inducements offered
in both Time and <. Sales, from
Ag< ut for Orangeburg County.
may 22, 1 ST:; * 11 .if
Tlic Market Strfcet
Oi-'PERSn VARIETY oT LADIES' CON
GRESS ami LAGE GAITERS, nmull >i/.es
and below t harleston prices.
Misses'and llovs' Shoes, sewed and pegged.
Sur ? > and (Seat lluskins for tender feet. Gun*
ties.ich', dress and hcavv shoes.
A variety of goods among whic h are
Fruit Cake, English Crackers,
Cnuhcd and Brown Sugars, (very low.
Milk Biscuit, Friiits aitd Fish
In Can.;, Nut*, Set.,
Colleen, raw and parched,
Choeolote, Horum, Cocoa,
Essence of Coftoe, Lard,
In Bulk, Cans and Bails.
Dov?cd Ham, Sea Foam,
on, Sides and shoulders.
Condensed Milk, English
drucken). New No. 1
Mackerel, .Self Kaising Flour
Irish Potatoes, Best
Family Fiour, and an invoice of
BLACK SEEI) WINTER OATS.
JOHN A. HAMILTON
May 21), 1873 10 tf
GmXiiiiEAU's furniture stob;:.
From our old stand to the NEW STORE in
REAR OF ENGINE HOUSE.
Having received a part of our Fall Stock and
expecting the balance of it'very soon, wo can
oiler to parties in need of i
of any kinds?a fine lot to Bclecl from, and a
prices as low as any house of the hind in
Always on hand, or made to order.
Of Cotton, Mow, "Wool or Hair on hand, or
made of any required size.
done promptly, carefully and af reasonable
dilRAROEAHI & CO.
Kept; 25, 1873 * 32 dm
CORRECTED weekly by
MOSBLETT &. CROOK.
orangeburo cotton market.
Cotton?Sales during the week 109 bales. .
12 ? 12J
- IS <? 13J ,|
- ? 14 (ft 141
- 34V (jo isa
Bacon Hums. :
" Sides :
12 (ft 21
115 Go H
1 0") (ft 1 10 l
] 00 (? 1 30
1 25 (ft
5 50 ?0 ^6
1 25 (ftl 60
1 40 (ft 1 45
35 (ft 50
' 15 20c
1 75 ?2 00
1 00 (ftl 25
3.50 <n) 6.00
22 (ft 25
10 @ 12
1 8 (ft 10
per bushel 1 i!5
TflllK Subscriber oilers for sale Ibc
JL well-known, Plnutution "MeCant's
Villa, situated in Orangoburg County,
fiflecn miles due east of the Court House,
on the live notch Road, containing seven
hundred and fifty-soven acres, .more or
less, with the privilege of two hundred
acres more, recently conveyed to my son.
The latter place having on it a single
story dwelling, four rooms, one fire-place,
kitchen, stable, barii, ixtcv, and about
twelve or fifteen acre* cleared land.
On the larger place is
FIRE-PLACE in each,
And every ^?ti:er building necessary
on n veil settled plantation ; Fencing in
very good condition. l\.r further par-,
t7cular> nppl-'r-either to "Messrs. f/.Iar&
Dibble, Ornngebiug C. ii., s. C, or to
the umlcrsignoil at McCant's Vilhv, Or
angeburg County, s. C.
J. C. EDWARDS.
March f?, 1873 8 laniOni
I^OCiARTIK'S book DEPOSITORY.
(KOUAKTIE, ^1'rU.MAN A CO.)
on: JtliW CATAI.OOUK NO. 20.
The I}-isli Race, In the past ami the present,
by the Ucv. A .1. Thehand. S3 50.
Popular Lectures on Seicnti io Subjects, bv
ii. ilolmholtx, Professor of Physics in ihe Uni
versity ef Berlin, with an introduction by Pro
fessor Tvndall. $2'
Insanity in it.- relations to crime; a Text and
n commentary, by William. A. Hammond, M.
D, IX, Professor.nt Helldvuc Hospital Medical
John Stuart Mill ; a Memorial Volume. SI.
D?schauel's A'atural Philosophy ; complete
in one volume. so 50. Also, in separate.parts
viz.. Part I, Mechanics, Hydrostatics and Pbne
mutics; Part IL Heat; Part HI, Electricity
ami Magnetism"; Part IV, Sound ami Light
Euch si 75.
Liberty, Equality and Fraternity, by Jnmca
Fitzjaiucs Stophims. s-.
old New Englands Traits, by George Laut.
Evolution of Life,* by Ifeury o. Chapman,
M. IX $2 75.
Alibonc's dictionary of Poetical quotations;
Covering the wJiolc field of English Poetry
front Chaucer tp the present time, 13,000 Quo
tations from 650 authors on 435 subjects. s~?
Index to Hodge's Systematic Theclogyj SI.
Langc's /Jommcnlnry oi), Matthew; Sunday
school Edition. $3.
A New Hook by Dean Goulburu?The Holy
Catholic Church; Its Divine Ideal, Ministry
ami Catechism on each Chapter, forming a
< '..iir-of Mu'Is^vivui Instruction on tin- Sub
ject, by E. M.'Goulhlirn, i?. !>., Author of!
"Personid Religion," iSrc. SI 50.
Critiques and Addresses, bv Thos. II. Hux
ley, I.. L i)., f. j:. s. si 50.
Foods, bv lidwnrd Smith, M. D., L. L. P.., F.
lt. S. si 75.
Narrative of the Mission to P.ussin, in 1800,
of the Hon. Gustuvus Aasso Fox, Assistant
Secretary of the Navy, from the journal and
notes of .1. F. Loubat; illustrated, IS engrav
ings ; 1 vol., 8 vo. $5.
Tbe argument ot Oencva ; a complete Collec
fion of the Forensic Disc<*irsc8 on tbe part of
tbe United States and Great Britain, before the
trial of Arbitration under the Treaty of Wash
ington, as published by the authority of the
Government. S^t 50
Wanderings of a Vagabond ; an Autobiogra
phy edited by John Morris. $2,
The Mineral Springs of United States and
Canada, vith r.naly.-i- and Notes on the Spas oi
Europe, and a List of Seaside Resorts, by
George K, Walton, M. D. $2.
Anecdotes of Public Men, by .lohn \Y. For
Protection Against Nire, and the best means
of putting out Fires in Cities, Town and Vil
lages, with Practical Suggestions for tbe Secu
rity of Life and Property, bv Joseph Bird,
Text Books of Science, Electricity and Mag
netism, by Fleming Jcnkiii, Professor of En
gineering, Uuivcriity Edinburgh. SI 50.
Burton ami Dpikc's unexplored Syria, 2
vols., printed in hrge type on suiierlinc paper,
with numerous ilhstations and maps. "$16.
N. P.?Hooks w i' b'o sent to-any part of the
country freeofexta diarge on receipt of pub
lishers' price. ? A<|lnss
FOGARTIE'H book depository,
No. 200 King Sticct, Charleston, S, ('.
march 27, 1M73 .! . ti cwtf.
WE ARE READY!
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
THE LAUGEST, AND MOST DESIRBLE STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Domestics, Woolen Goods> Blank
ets Notions, Hosiery, &c> &c,
OF ANY HOUSE IN TUB STATE.
SPECIAL TTTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR CLOTHING DEPART
MENT, COMPRISING A FULL AND COMPLETE ASSORT
MENT OF FALL and WINTER SUITS, BOOTS
AND SHOES, &c. ?
? . i 'dr
AT ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES..
Our GENTLEMEN'S Furnishing Cooils Department
Contains all tlie latest novelties in this line, and. will bo ,
KEPT UP TO ITS VVlAt CAPACITY.
Remember tbe.se farts when pundinsing vuur supplies.
THEODORE K0HET& BEOTHEE.
MOSELEY & CROOK,
AS Just icccivcd a lot of NICE CLOTHING with a good assortment of
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, HOOTS, SHOS, HATS, CAPS, CROOKERY, \ .
CUTLERY, TINWARE, &e. . :
Their stock of Groceries cannot be surpassed by any in the market for qual
ity and prices.
Call on them opposite Citizens' Savings Bank. *
Fob. 13, 187.'* 62 ly
1300T, SHOE AND CLOTHING HOUSE.
HAYING Just returned with a large and varied stock, We are now prepared to offer-o| j j
ducemcnts to all who are desirous of .-purchasing ? ~
in connection witm
OUR STOCK OF BOOTS, SHOES AND CHOTHING,
We call attention of the Public, arid specially THE LADIES, *o our atock of
WHITE (iOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY ?Cc, LADIES' AND GENTS' KID
GLOVES', REST MAKE, GEN'TS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Remember wo keep the CELEBRATED &TAR SHIRT,
When you come to Orangcbtirg don't forget to call and look through our stock of Cloths
Gabuners, Jeans, Flannels, Domestics and I.Vesa Goods, which we arc oflerrng at reduced
m , o ,?-o n J- W. PATRICK & CO.,
March 20, IS,3 28 ly Kussel I Street, Orangeburg, B. C.
^1 o 1st a. j\I a r a s 9
Great reduction in prices of Spring
Goods,,bought in the* hist ten days.
F you want to got the best ami cheap?
est rcadyrmude Spring clothing, go
"F you want good Suguf, 8 lbs for $1
Co to McN amauas*.
F you want Gentlomeris' Ca.ssimores.
Cloths, Tweeds, Meltons, Drab' d'ete.
Summer drills nnd CoftOlHules, etc., all
of the best quality, and the largest stock
in town, ami tit low prices^ too, go to
. ' Mr NAM AR AS'
P. you want good Brown Homespun,
one yard wide, at L23 cents, go to
"F you want Ladies dress goods cheap
. and .stylish., go to
TF you want to buy cheap for cash, go I
JL to McNamauas'.
F you want Indies nnd childrens'shoes
of the best qunlity and at low prices,
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 2.1, 1873 10 ly
A FINE LOT OF
HOUSES AND MULES
rpo ARRIVE OX OH ABOUTTIIK 20TII
JL of this month. Parties' requiring can, by
calling at my STA1*I,ES AT IJAM
Ii)0K(> <>r :>t Orangeburg ( .II., in rear of
.Mi - i-. Vose & Ixlar, lind what they want at
1\ M. BALBERG.
Sept. is, 1S7U ?l -It
?KAXGE1IURG ACKICULTURAL AND KB
AN INSTALMENT of FIVE DOLLABS
per share of the Capital Stock is hereby called
for by the Directors to be paid to Kirk Robin
son, Km]., Treasurer, at the Citizen's Savings
Rank, in Orangeburg, on or before October
20th, 1873! The capital stock of the Associa
tion having been increased 100 shares by *
meeting of the share holders, the Treasurer will
receive subscription? at the same place for the
additional shares until tbo same are taken up.
Certificates of stock are now being issued by
tlie Treasurer, to whom shareholders will ap.
Rv order of the Directors.
sept: 18, 1873 31 !
The State of South Carolina.
ORANGEB?RG COUNTY. ?
In the Court or Pbobate.
Dy AUGUSTUS B, KNOWLTON, ! Esq., '
Judge, of Probate in said County.
WHEREAS, Kcziak A. Rush bath ap
plied to mc for Letters of Administration
on the Estate of Benjamin Rush, late of
Orangeburg County, deceased.
These are therefore to citv; and admonish
nil and singular the Kindred and Creditors
of the said deceased, to bo and appear be
fore ino nt a Court of Probate for tbo said
Countv, to be holden nt Orangeburg on the
lytb day uf October, 1873, at 10 o'clock A.
. M. to show cause if any, why tbo said Ad
ministration should not bo granted.
Civen under my hand and the Seal of my
Couat, this .:oili day of September Anno
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
[L.S.] Judge of Probate 0. C.
oct 1 . 2t
rail IE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore extsl
X ing under tko'stylo of R. II. Aldrich *%Co~
for the purpose of carrving on the Shingle and
Stave business, i? this day dissolved by mutual
consent, by the withdrawal of R. H. Aldrich.
The business will hereafter be conducted by
M. A. Ill and
R, H. ALDRICH.
M. A. BLAND.
Oct. 2,1873 33 . 3t