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!$E ORANGEBURG TIMES,
ORAKQEBURQ, 8. C, OCT. 10, 1873.
t&T Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized to
:o?ect and receipt for advertisements and sub*
-.criptions to tho Tunes.
% TOWN ; DIRECTORY^
Jjinipr?Joab W. Moseloy.
?eij?T. D. Wolfe.
rA'iftermen?Henry Washington, J. P. Har
loy, B; Willinnifion, T. D. Wolfe.
Baptist Church?Services every Sabbath. (D.
\?1 atll, A. M? and at 7J, P. M. Dr. I.
D. .Durham, Pastor.
Presbyterian Church?Services at 11 A.M.,
aricF 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9 J A. M.?
Prayer meeting Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Rev. J. I). A. Brown, Evangelist.
Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal)-?Sab
bath School ..9?. M.
Methodist Church?Service* at 11 A. M.
and 7i P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
Rev. F. Auld, Pastor.
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
Pr P. A. Dantzler. Superintendent.
Orangebnrg Mail Arrangement.
Northern, Western and Opens. Closes.
Charleston 1130 A.M. 7.80 A. M
Columbia. 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 tho evening before in order to have them
get off the next morning.
W. E. WILLIAMS, P. M.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
dat trains, i pay trains.
Down - - - 8.03 A.M.!Down - - - -7.50 A.M.
Up - - - - 10.45 A.M. Up-12.42 A. M.
nioht trails j night trains.
Down-11.31 P. M. Down - - - 6.13 P.M
Up.1.48 A. M.'Up- 6.31 A. M
Contract advertisers may chnnge
monthly. Every change must be sent
in by Monday noon.
8?3fc_ The New Street is undergoing a
careful repair at the hands of Mr. Sain.
The street was in a sad plight.
MST We had a heavy frost ou yester
<luy, (Wc-duesdny) morning and pota
^uolv^i5uig-is-.uo\vr iu- -o\-dcr. We hope
this cold weather extends to Memphis,
where it if so sorely needed to check the
ravages of thd yellow fever.
Stair A ride into the neighborhood of
Knott's mill gave us uu oppt it unity of
examining the crops. The fields were in
a beautiful blow of cotton, and the im
provements by the. use of fertilizers nnd
belter culture, showed a decidedly on
cournging prospect. The farm hands
were in good spirits, and but one thing'
affected the otherwise cheerful picture,
the low prices of cotton.
Overcoats out-doors, and brisk fires in
doors, were quite acceptable on Monday.
The Orangeburg Base Ball Club
Meets this evening as will seen by
Oh ango of Schedule.
The passenger train for Charleston
will leave the depot hereafter at n:30,
A. M., and for Columbia at 1.50, P. M.
Attention! Horses and Mules.
Tho Ordinance respecting hor.ses and
mules running at large will be strictly
enforced after the first of November.
The citizens of Bull Swamp are to
hold a mass meeting with the view of
erecting a factory. It is claimed that a
sufficiency of water-power is available.
Annual Fair Ball.
The young men of our Town expect
to give a Ball, on Thursday evening,
during Fuir Week, at the Elliott Hall.
Tickets can be procured at Mr. Robin
son book store, or from Messrs: Vobc &
Mrs. Thos. W. Albcrgotti announces
that she will furnish Lunch during Fair
week, at her Bakery Store on -Russell
Street We tried Mrs. Albegotti's eat
ables during last year's Fair, and can
assure all of boing well and reasonably
Mr. Joseph HcNamara
Offers, this week, great inducements to
thoso intending to visit, the Fair. The
Panic has not prevented Mr. McNaroa
ra's going North, and laying in a splen
did Stock of goods, suitable to all tastes
and pockets. Bee his new advertise*,
ment to day.
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Our Texas Letter
Speaks well for the resources of tho
"Lone Star State," and its excellent gov
ernment. There are doubtless induce
ments offered which tempt many to ac
cept them, but we recommend our young
men to do their duty and stick to Old
Carolina. "Don't givo up the .ship."?
We caunot thiuk that her desjiny is to
be that of St. Domingo.
We earnestly hope tho Elliott Hall
will bo packed on Wednesday Evening
next, on the account of the annual ora
tion before the Association, by Mr. Hu
go G. Sheridan. Our people do not need
to bo reminded that it is our sacred du
ty, as well as privilege, to assist the ob
jects of this Association, to the fullest
A Supper will bo given, after the ad
dress, which will' doubtles add to the
pleasure of this reunion cf the comrades
in arms, and promote also the interest of
Programme of Rifle Match
To bo giveu at Orangeburg Fair
Grounds October 30th, 1873 :
Riflemen will assemble on Tourna
ment track at 11 o'clock, when tho lino
will be marched to the Shooting Ground,
the distance and number of Shots will
be determined by vote of tho riflemen.
Riflemen can use any sort of Rifle
they please but upon no consideration
will Globe Sights be allowed.
Judges will bo announced upon the
day of the Shooting.
Programme of Tournament to bo gi
ven at Orangeburg Fair Grounds Octo
ber 29th 1873:
The Knight3 will assemblo at tho old
Parade ground at 10 o' clock a. m. The
line will be formed at 10 J o'clock head
ed by a part of the Band of the Associa
tion, will inarch through Russell Street
to Rail Road avenue, thence to the Fair
Grounds. The exercises will begin
at half after 11 o'clock, and the names
of the knights will be announced in the
order in which they are in line.
The Rules governing the Tournament
will be the same as those used on 1st of
May lust. Names of the Judges will be
announced on tho day of tho Tourna
T. A. JEFFORDS, Sup't.
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BQL. Sooner or later all will be forced to
admit, that manual labor cannot com
pete in quality of work with machinery,
and noue are so blind as not to notice
the great reduction in the price of nn nr
[ tide, as soon as machinery is adapted
to its manufacture. No line of goods
have bcon more favorably, affected by
skilfully made machinery, than Doors,
Sashes, Blinds, <&c. All of the improve
ments in this line arc used to get up
stock for Messers. I. H. Hall & Co.,
Charleston, S. C. Agents for tho best
roofing and lining, Asbestos' Felt even
usod. Send for price list and circulars.
?Tho Graphic Balloon started for Eu
rope and arrived "generally busted"
somewhere in Connecticut. The passen
gers say it was a rather rough voyage.
?A slight frost has been reported in
CONSIGNEES F?R EXPRESS.
T E Rickenbncker,
F M Pooscr,
Mis G D Keitt,
B II Barton,
S M Pearson, 2,
Rev J O A Connor.
W. J. DeTreville,
ATTORNEY AT L A W.
Qflico at Court House Square,
Oran? Hirg, H. C.
' The annual meeting of thin association trill
be held at Elliott .Hall, on Wednesday after
noon, October 29, at 5 o'clock. Members are
requested to be punctual in attendance.
The An nun! Oration will bo delivered, at
Elliott Hall, on Wednesday evening, at 7J
o'clock, by Hugo G. Sheridan, Esq. The la
dies, and the public, generally, are respectfully
invited to attend.
Survivor's Association supper at 9 o'clock
P. M. Tickets may be procured by members
and their friends, from the committee ef ar
rangements, ('ol. A, D. Frederick, ('apt. J.
F. Mar,Cant. M. Glover, Capt. J. A. Hamil
ton. J. H. Fowles, Esq. Price, one Dollar.
By order of tho President of dissociation.
J. A. HAMILTON, Secretary.
Diner importrs of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLE
No. 52, East Bay, South of t1 e-old Post]
Office, Charleston, S. C.
GENT for the sale of the Magnolia Cotton
Gins. At the Fairs held at Savannah, Gn.
the "MsJfnc?a" eottOH G>? tinned
lOflfc IIIUIIMI. Ura .S?SgnGiia -JJ!.!."_'ll \*fil
1501bsseed cotton in three minutes and forty
five seconds, taking tho premium, and also the !
Srize of One Hundred Dollars offered by the
oard of Trade for the best GIN. Several
have been sold this season which gin a bale nn
hour. Tho same gin also took tho premium at
tho Cotton 8tates Fair at Augusta, last October.
Feb. 13, 1873 61 ly
GIRARDEAU'S FURNITURE STORE.
From our old stand to the NEW STORE in
REAR OF ENGINE HOUSE.
Having received a part of our Fall Stock and
expecting tho balance of it very soon, we can
offer to parties in need of
of any kinds?a fine lot to select from, and a
prices" as low as any house of the kind in
Always on hand, or made to order.
Of Cotton, Moss, Wool or Ilidr on hand, or
made of any required size.
done promptly, carefully and at reasonable
GIuiARDEAfll & CO.
sept. 25, 1ST3 32 Ihn
OLD LONDON DOOE CIN.
Especially designed for the use of tha Medi
cal Profession and the I'amily, possessing those
intrinsic medicinal properties which belong to
an Old ami Pure Gin.
Indispensable to Females. (Jood for Kidney
Complaints. A delicious Tonic. Put up in
cases containing one dozen bottles each and
sold dy all druggist, grocers, !&c A: M. Millin
ger & Co., established 1778, No 15 Beaver Street,
New York ?
The State of South Carolina.
In the Court op Prorate.
By AUGUSTUS B. KNOWLTON, Esq.,
Judge of Probate in saiJ County.
WHEREAS, Keziah a. Rush hath ap
plied to mo for Letters of Administration
on the Kstate oT Benjamin Rush, late of
Orangeburg County, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular tho Kindred and Creditors
of the said dcoeascd, to bo and appear he
fore mo at a Court of Probate for the said
County, to ho holden at Orangcburg on tho
18th day of October, 1873, at 10 o'clock A.
M. to show cause if any, why the said Ad
ministration should net.be granted.
Given under my hand and the Seal of my
Court, this JJUth day of September Anno
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
[L.S.] Judgo of Probate O. C.
oct 4 2t
sons having olaims against Joel Knotts
luio of Orangeburg County deceased, aro
required to present sworn statements of
them, and those indebted to the same will
make payment to
JOHN D. KNOTTS.
Oct 11 1873 Hi
REEDER & DAVIS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MER
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Osicell Heeder. Zimmerman Davis.
Sept. 10, 1873 30 3m
8OR 10 White Laborers to work at Shinglo
Factory, near Rowo's Pump.
For particulars apply to
M. A. BLAND,
_ ,? Rowe's pump, S. C.
Oct. 16,1873 35 3t
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
XKCSSUW & CROOK.
ORANGEBURG COTTON MARKET.
Cotton?Sales during the week 109 bales.
Ordinary, - - - - 12 ? 12j
Good Ordinary, - - - 13 ? 131
Low Middling", - - ? - 14 ? 14J
Strict Middling, - 141 .<? W|
F rices Current!.
Bacon Hams : lb 12 ? 21
" Sides : : " 11) ? 14
Lanl : : " 14 @
Corn : : : : bun 1 05 ? 1 10
Peas : : : : " 1 00 ?1 30
Oats : seed : : " 1 25 ?
Flour : : : : cwt 5 50 ?6 15
Fodder i : : " 1 26 ?1 50
Rsogh Rice : : " * 1 40 ? 1 45
Butter : : : : lb ' 35 ? 60
. Eggs : : t t dot 15 @ 20c
Tarkeys : : : pr 1 75 ?2 00
Gees? : : : : "" 1 00 ?1 25
Fowls, . : : per doz. 3.50 ? 5.00
Bees Wax : : : lb 22 ? 25
Bocf : : l? ? i*2
ToBsw : . : " 8 ? 10
Finders, : : : per bushel 1 25
THE Subscriber offers for wile the
well-known, Plantation "McCant's
Villa, situated in Orangcburg County,
fiiiccn miles due east of the Court House,
on the five notch Road, containing seven
hundred and fifty-seven acres, more or
less, with tho privilege of two hundred
acres more, recently conveyed to my son.
The latter plnce having on it a single
story dwelling, four rooms, one fire-place,
kitchen, stable, barn, &c., and about
twelve or fifteen acres cleared laud.
On tho larger place is
A,. ; ' ?
TWO STORY ,
EIGHT ROOMS ]
FIRE-PLACE in each,
And every other building necessary
on a. well-settled plantation; Fencing in
very good condition. For further pnr
r-tirtitaw rvyply c'uUcr to Mi^ja*-L.b\r^l 1
Dibble, Orangcburg C. II., 8. C, or to
tho undersigned at McCant's Villa, Or
uugeburer County, S. O.
J. C. EDWARDS.
March 0, 1873 3 luniOni
NEW PUBLICA TIONS.
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Popular Lectures on ScientUc Subjects, by I
II. Hohnholtz, Professor of Physics in the Uni
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Insanity in its relations to crime; a Text and
a commentary, by William A. Hammond, M.
D, I)., Professor at Bcllcvue Ilospitnl Medical
John Stuart Mill ; a Memorial Volume. $1.
Deschanel's Natural Philosophy ; complete
in one volume. $6 50. Also, in separate parts
viz, Part I, Mechanics, Hydrostatics nnd Phue
malics; Pari II, Heal: 'Part 111, Electricity
and Magnetism; Part IV, Sound nnd Light.
Each $1 75.
Liberty, Equality and Fraternity, by James
Fitziames Stephens. $2.
Old New Englands Traits, bv George Lunt.
Evolution of Life, bv Henrv O. Chapman,
M. D. $2 75.
Ali bone's Dictionary of Poetical quotations;
Covering the whole field of English Poetry
from Chaucer to the present time, 13,600 Quo
tations from 550 authors on 435 subjects, $5
Index to Hodge's Systematic Theology. $1.
LangVs Commentary on Matthew; Sunday
school ICdition. $3.
A New Book by Dean Goulburn?The Holy
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and Catechism on each Chapter, forming a
Course of Mothodica Instruction tin the Sub
by E. M. Goulhurn, I). I)., Anthor of |
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Critiques and Addresses, bv Thos. H. Hux
lev, L. L. I)., F. R. 8. SI 50. ?
Foods, hv Edward Smith, M. D., L. L. B., F.
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Narrative of the Mission to Russin, in 186(1,
of the Hon. Gustavo* Aukso Fox, Assistant
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Anecdotes of Public Men, by John W. For
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of putting out Fires in Cities, Town and Vib
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FOG A RITE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King Strcvi, Charleston, S. C.
march 27, 1873 ? cwtf.
WE ARE READY!
TJLohn & Bra
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAJSTD
THE LARGEST, AND MOST DESIRBLE STOCK OP
Dry Goods, Domestics, Woolen Goods* Blank
ets Notions, Hosiery, &d &c,
Or AN? HOUSE IN THE STATS.
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.
AT ASTONISHINGLY I OW PRICES.
Our GENTLEMEN'S Furnishing Goods Department
Contains all tlie latest novelties in this line, and will be
KEPT UP TO ITS FULL CAPACITY.
Remember these facts when purchasing your supplies.
THEODORE KOHR & BROTHER.
MOSELEY & CROOK,
Has Just leceived a lot of NICE CLOTHING with a good assortment of
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOS, HATS, CAPS, CROCKERY,
CUTLERY, TINWARE, &c.
Their stock of Groceries cannot be surpassed by any in the market for qua!
ity aud prices*
Call on them opposite Citizens' Savings Bank.
Feb. 13, lffft-?"-59-~-?\f , ....
BOOT, SHOE AND CLOTHING HOUSE.
HAVING Just returned with a large and varied stock, we are now prepared to offer in
duccincnta to nil who are desirous of purchasing
IN CONNECTION WITH
OUR STOCK OF BOOTS, SHOES AND CHOTHING,
"\Vc call attention of the Public, and specially THE LADIES, to our stock of
WHITE GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY <*c, LADIES' AND GENTS* KID
GLOVES, REST MAKE, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Remember we keep the CELEBRATED &TAR SHIItT,
When you come to Orangcburg don't forget to cull and look through our stock of Cloths
Cassiniers, Jeans, Flannels, Domestics and Dress Goods, which we are offering At reduced
J. W. PATRICK & CO.,
March 20, 1873 28 ly Russell Street, Orangeburg, 8> C
INFORMS the public that ho has now
the most select stock of goods of
every description in this market, and
BARGAINS FOR CASH.
Call aud "examine his stock and satis
fy pourself of the fact.
A complete and well assorted stock of
all grades, from a No. 1 Gaiter to a
Custom made, and of the best qual
Cloths, CnsSimers, Doeskins, Satinets,
Tweeds, Jeans, and a complete assort
ment of gentlemen's wear.
READY MADE CLOTHING
Of nil grndo^hcap, at j
Appril 23, 1873 10 ly
S. R. MELLICH AMP,
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
WILL Survey in the town every afternoon,
and anywhere in the County on Satur
day!,. To all point* that cannot be reached by
Railroad, the parties employing must furnish
OvV. 16,1873 ? 35 tf
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
= \ 1 :=b
TERMS OF LEASE:
All Payments made on Least Vrill apply furwuifc
the yurcJiase of the Instrument Loaned.
Piano* raked at
$460 to $500 : t $70 advance, $25 monthly.
525 to ?0O : : 75 advance, 30 monthly.
G25 to 750 : : 100 advance, 40 month!/.
Organs valued at
$125 to 200 : : $25 advance, $10 monthly
225 to 350 : : 40 advance, 15 monthly
300 to 5Q0 : : 50 advance 25 monthly.
jjs?r Partie? who ?fter satisfactory Security
cap pay for Instruments in notca at 3, 0, 0, and
12 months' timo.
Call ami And out other inducements offered
in both Time and Cash Sales, from
Ageut for Orangeburg County,
may 22,1873 14_If
OFFJCK OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
OltAXQBBUBO, C, II., 8.. 0.
September 22rd 1873.
Sealed proposals will be reoeWcd at tkio
Omoo on or heforo the 27th day of October
1873, for repairing Jones' Bridgo oTtr
North Kdlsto River. Also for the rtpatri&g
of Bowes' Bridge ovor North Edisto Rivor.
The repairs to be complete, and no deoe^wJ
Timber or Lumber to bo used. For p*rti?u<
lars apply at this Ofiloo.
By order of the Board.
Clerk of Board of Count/ Commission* rt.
8ept.24 1878 7