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Grangeourg, S, 0., Nov. 6, 1873.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY.
fo change Contract Advertisements, notice
Aust be given before Monday noon.
Cmr friends wishing to have advertisement*
inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in by
Tuesday morning, 10 o'clock.
ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted at
tbo rate of one dollar and n half per square
for the first insertion, and one dollar per square
for each subsequent insertion.
Liberal terms m*"lc with those who desire
%? advertise for three, bIx *r twelve months.
Marriage notices and Obituaries not
exceeding one Square, inserted free.
Henceforth, all Legal Ad
vertisements, of County
Interest, whether notices
or others, will be publish
ed for tho benefit of our
readers whether they are
\ paid for or not.
Will have their papers regularly
mailed. Send us new names, build up
our paper, and let every household in
the County be n supporter oi our enter
Before the Survivors Association on
Wednesday night, the 29th ultimo, wns
a prominent feature of Fair week, and
a large audience listened to tho stirring
adniirable"address of Mr. Sheridan. We
hope to he able to publish the address in
full. After the speech the members ad
journed to Mcroncy's where a splendid
supper had been prepared, and with their
guests from Charleston and elsewhere,
thejr passed a very pleasant evening.
The supper was giacefu'.ly presided over
by Mr. S. Dibble, president of the Or
angeburg Association, who welcomed the
guest and read the regular toasts of the
evening, calling upai different gentlemen
to respond, which was dono in fitting
terms. We regret we cannot spare the
apace iofa'Tull report of this reunion of
the Survivors of this county. Wo can
not close however without mentioning
the collection taken up at the supper
for tho Memphis Sufferers, at the sugges
tion of Mr. Jos. McXamara, who forward
ed about $25.00 to. that point, a day or
(BO Samples of Crops.
Corn, N. M- Salley; peas, R P Antley ;
wheat, L R Bcckwith ; oats, John II Mount;
pinders, M L Baldwin ; rice, Ur J W Keitt;
sweet potatoes, W W Robinson ; iriah pota
toes, Dr J C Hobnau ; beat bale cotton, Mrs
II M Smoak and Miss SueSmonk ; crab gnus
hay, J II Fowles; Flour, Mrs 11 M Moorer;
meal, R P Antley ; grist, Strauss &, Street;
Syrup, Mrs S M Fairey ; Sorghum Syrup, A
P Dantzler ; tobacco, Dr W S Barton ; imliyo,
James Mack ; stalks of cotton, J J Salley, Jr;
japan millet, Paul S Felder; japan peas,
Emerson Baldwin; ears of corn, J Keitt
Bane; Barley, Dr WF Barton; pea vine
hay, A M Salley; watermelon, John A ma
ker ;stalks sugar cane, Eddie Stokes; turnips,
A M Salley; second best bale cotton, J W
Dantzler; pindcr vine hay, M L Baldwin;
sample of oats, L R Bcckwith ; pumpkins,
Elliott Robinson ; largest ami best exhibition
by one faJmer, Dr YY F Barton.
(CO Garden and Orchard.
Best and greatest variety of vegetables, Mrs
II M Moorer; apples, J I) Bozard; pears,
John Stoudcmnure ; egg-plant, Mrs. M M
Dowling; tomatoes, Mrs. A. ?. An
drews ; Pomegranates, m. O. Shumnker;
sewee beans, mrs C m mcmichael ; ?rar
den seeds, mrs F II moorer; cabbage,
mrs E R moorer; potato squash, C W
Culler; hops, mrs F R moorer ; second
crop Irish potatoes, Dr W F Barton ;
horse radish, Sammic Clark.
Bacon, mrs D Louis; lard, mrs R II
Rilcy ; butter, miss Lucy Stokes; soap,
mra James Stokes; bread, mrs SF
Baxter; fruit cake, P msnt/el ; plain
cake, miss A Branch; sponge cake,
miss Sallic Stokes ; Candles, mrs P S
Felder; heaswax, mrs m L Baldwin ;
mutton euct, mra P S Felder ; starch,
miss mary K Barber; maccaronie, mrs
T Kohn; crout cabbage, mrs L R
Bcckwith ; rolls, miss Sallic Stokes,
pieg,4gi:s A Branch; old corn whiskey,
F TfflWngencr & Co, Charleston.
(EO Sweetmeats, ttc.
Jelly, Miss Mary Albergotti; pre
serves, Mrs W W Cullor; pickles, Mrs
J C Hoi man ; brandy peaches, Mrs T
B Whaley; catsup, Mrs T Kohn ;
second best jelly, Mrs J W Summers ;
do, preserves, Mrs W E McMiohcl;
do pickles, Mrs MLNeuffer; do catsup,
Mrs G R Richards; dried fruit, Mrs
Elizabeth Harly; honey in comb, M L
Baldwin ; best wiuo, F H W Briggmau;
second best wine, Mrs O Grambling ;
third best wine, Mrs James Stokes;
cider. Mrs D L Connor; vinegar^ Mrs
H Riggs ; dried peaches, Miss Leah V
Robinson; blackberry cordial, Mrs
Aun Gates; sugar, J J Fairoy, black
bcry .wine, Mrs J V Glovov; jolly.
Miss Anna Sal ley ; preserves, Mrs C L
Grambling , green pepper catsup, Mrs
- II M Moorcr; Vest and largest variety
by ono lady, Mrs Donald C R?wo;
(FO rioin Needle-Work.
Ornamental hearth rug, Miss Lizzie
Cochran; silk quilt, Mifs Lizzie Hart
zog, Barnwell: tompcrnnco bannor
quilt, Miss S O M Moorcr; patchwork
quilt, Miss Carrio Ldar: laid quilt,
Miss Leah Evaus; fair roof quill; Mrs
J T C Kcnnerly ; worsted quilt, Miss
J C Oliver ; marsillcs quilt, Mrs A D
Frederick: woven bed valance, Mrs
Mary Lcc ; irish chain quilt, Miss Cou
tie A Glcaton ; woven worsted counter
pane, Mrs C E Riley; patchwork quilt,
Miss Fanny Smoak ; homemako coun
terpane Mrs J O Alexander ; Tucking,
Miss Mary Holmon ; ranchino lucking,
Warren A Gardner; carpeting, Miss
Mary E Barber; sewing silks, Mrs L
T Izlnr; worsted patchwork, Miss Re
becca T^Albcrgotti; rug, Mrs John D
Stroman ; homciunkc cloth, Mrs G R
Summers; knitted quilt, Mrs G R
Walker ; stockings, Mrs C Whittcmoro
Charleston; homemako towels, Mrs A,
C Bair ; shoe and stocking bag, Miss
Nela Sifiey : set of bed clothes, Mrs W
V Liar; hand make shirts, Mrs P V
Dibble ; infants dress, Mrs Washington
Albcrgotli; Millinery, MrsC s? Maule.
(GO Fancy Needle-Work.
Cushion, Mrs Philip Rich ; best cro
chet in cotton, Miss Annie M Smith:
second best do, Mrs TAJ effords; best
crochet in worsted, Mrs S Dibble ; best
tatting collar, Miss Julia Brailsford ;
second best do; Miss Sallic Stokes ;
best cotton embroidery, Mrs C WSeig
nious Sr; second best do, Mrs J W
Kcitt; third best do, MiBS Anna Moss;
best embroidered child's dress, Mrs Ella
Albergotti; second best do, Mrs J S
A Ibcrgotti; transfer work, Mrs E J
Fishburnc; braiding, Mrs G U Keilt;.1
chain stitch work, Miss Emma J Clark ;
best hair work, Mrs S F Baxter, second
best do, Mrs M J Jenkins; best wax
work, Mrs P Rich ; second best do,
Miss Annie Holman; Shell work, Miss
Julia Jenncy; worsted work, Mis P
Rich . rosin work, Miss Ke a Silloy ;
light embroidered table cover, Mrs T
Kohn ; second best rilk embroidery,
Mrs Kalo Felder; best gown, Miss
Laura Moss; crochet collar Mis Julia
L Gucs, Bnruwell^crochct^tidy, Miss
Pauline Myera; perforated card crosses,
Miss Virginia Rikca.
(HO Manufactures Ao, 1.
Steam Engine, Cameron Barkley &
Co., Charleston; sewing machine
Wheeler Sc Wilson, J. S. Simmons,
Agent, whatnot, Miss Mary Albergotti;
varieties So. Ca. cabinet woods, W. V.
Izlnr ; buggy IT Riggs : wagon, Came
ron, Barkley & Co, Charleston ; two
horse plow, Collins No- 9 ; J E Adgcr
& Co., Charleston; one horse plow
A very, Hart & Co, Charleston ; rotory
barrow, J E Adger & Co, Charleston
seed planter, Dr W S .Barton ; plow
stock, J E Adgcr & Co, Charleston ;
horse-rake, Dr W F Barton ; mnguolia
gin, Cowlam Gravely, Charleston ; coru
mill, C Gravcley, Charleston ; ox yoke,
J E Adger & Co, Charleston ; cotton
basket, R F Way ; best and largest
variety of agricultural implements, J
E Adgcr & Co, Charleston; fly brush
machine, Dr W S Barton ; Ballards
bed bottom, F DeMars, Agent; cabinet
work, L S Connor; dentist cabinet work
Giradcau& Co; do: panol dcors and
transom lights; Geo S Hacker, Charles
ton ; Whites horse power, C Gravcley,
Charleston ; West's guano distributor,
J E Adgcr <fc Co, Charleston ; steam
firo extinguisher for lint rooms, S
Hughes, Charlestou ; McCarty roller
gin for short cotton, C Irons: nonpe
icil shuck, cob and corn mill, J H
Fowles; Steam Engine for sewing ma
chine, D B llasclden, Charleston.
(J.) Manufactures No. 2.
Mattress, Girardcau & Co; Leathor,
morgnu J Keller; sheepskins, J L
moorcr ; So Ca rosin, moorc &Wilson ;
brick, Col J C Edwards; shingles,
Blotint & Pen reo, Collcton ; fly brush,
mrs PS Felder; feather fan, Jacob
Stroman ; model of rico beater, Thom
as Lee; model cotton ?press, Dr W W
Patrick, Barnwcll; piano stocks, W
II Izlar; engineer's hammers and gaffs,
P G Cannon; valiso, Joseph Rich;
Sardine Box opener, David Kidd.
CK-) Horte? and Mules.
Stallion, "W A Hanberry; brood
mares, Dr J A Keller, S E Eicken
baker ; 3 year colt, H N Snell; 2 year
colte, J W martin; 1 year colt, E Am
akor; pairs draft horses, D Quattle
b?um, G D Sollers; siuglo draft, W B
Salley, G D Sellers ; heavy draft, J G
MoKewn ; saddle horses, E Hughes, H
Riggs; combination horso, G D Sellers;
county raised mules, J G Wannnma
kor ; jack, J A minnicken.
Best hull, J Q Guignard; do cow,
P meutzel; do heiffer, Dr J W Keitt;
cow and calf, II m moorer; yoke of
oxen, J G Guignard; second best bull,
H m moorer ; do cow,, mrs A C An
drews ; do heifer, Theodore Kohn. ? *
SHEEP and GOATS.
Best huck, R H Riley; best ewes, C
W Culler; second best buck, John L |
moorer; do ewes, John L moorer, best
goats. J A mcnikeu ; second best, do, D
Boar, H m moorer ; sow, TAJcfT
ords; pigs, Straus & Street; H N
Sncll; bacon hogs, T C Andrews.
Gamecock, Cm McMichael; trio
i game, O m Mcmichael; hrahmas, C I?
Gehrcls; barnyards, C F Gehrals;
ducks, C P Gelirels ; geese, C F Geh
rels; turkeys, Elijah Rohiuson; best'
and largest exhibition by one person, C
F Gehrcls; cochins, T C Albeigotti;
Derby game cock, L R Bcckwith ; Pig- |
eons, T C Albergotti; rabbits; T c Al- j
hcrgotti; bantams, "NVillie Briggmann ;
Settor, Charley Dawson; Pointer, Rob
ert Jones; lightning hound, J W
Pricket; fox hound, Peter Barton.
(K"0 Fine Arts Ar.d Miscellaneous.
Oil painting, Mrs S Dibble; drawing,
miss Ahbie m Hutson : best aud lar- '
gest exhibition of painting and draw
ing, miss m G Simmons; engraving on
metal, Phillip Kohn ; willow baskets
mrs m L Baldwin ; palmetto hat, mrs
YV E Williams ; crayon drawings, miss
A W Aldcrson ; lamp shade, miss Ab
bie m Whaley; card basket, miss Belle
C Geiger; picture stand, James A
Hamilton; set brackets, Normon II
Bull; pressed Flower picture, mrs E J
5?" Ollvuiva , pel Ami.,? j , 1>L "X7UlL-CC-f<~
shot pouch, ornamented, miss Josie '
Best and largest collection gerani
ums and flowers, mrs S Dibble; second
best do, miss Annie Stokes; 19 varieties
geraniums and flowers, mrs J V Glov
Grange or Farmer's club, exhibiting
greatest number of articles, Orange
Grange, Patrons of Husbandry.
Best plowing with two harses, Ga
briel Zeigler; with one horse, Gabriel
First. Nameless Knighi, J A Ed
wards ; second, Earl of Gloncoe, E L
Salley ; third, Knight of Limestone, J
A F Oliver ; fourth, Red cross Knight,
J Gco Vese ; fifth, Knight of Rowe's
Pump, W L Dellay.
First, Daniel W Robinson ; second,
Peter G Cannon; third, William A J
GIRARDEAU'S FURNITURE STORK.
From our old aland to the NFW STORE in
REAR OF ENGINE HOUSE.
Having received a part of our Fall Stoek and
expecting the balance of it very soon, we can
oiler to parties in need of
of any kinds?a fine lot to select from, and a
prices as low as any bouse of the kind in
Always on hand, or made to order.
Of Cotton, Moss, Wool or Hair on hand, or
made of any required sizo.
done promptly, carefully and at reasonable
GIRARDEAIJ & CO.
sept. U5, 1873 32 Dm
X S Albergotti's Store
Corner Russell Street and
Rail Road Avenue.
HAS in Store n well selected Stock of Groce
ries for Sale nt reduced prices. PurticB
would do well to rail examine and price goods
before purchasing elsewhere.
A full Stock of Bacon Flour Sugar Syrup
Molasses, Candies, Caned Goods, Crockery, Tin
ware, &c., on hand.
B?jU Goods delivered, free of charge. ~XBfl
Jan. 1, 1873 11 ly
FROM THE CELEBRATED FIRM OF
Landreth. & Co.,
Of the following descriptions.
;FLAT DUTCH, RED TOP,
AMBER GLOBE, LARGE GLOBE,
POMERANEAN GLOBE, YEL
LOW RUTA BAG A, &c, &c, Ac
to be had from
SIGN OF THE
i BIG WATCH.
Members of the Agricultural Society will
Hbc supplied with Rula Baga Seed as usual.
*K5y** Watches and Jewelrv repaired.
March 13, 1873 4
K Brithdsyewtls RdLBahuia-jXtre GumOX
.Q SejidfirJPnceTAit. ?
H.H. HALL a CO,
Minu?eiurert Sc 11 eilers.
|?3| 2,4.0, BJO.mrAet Street. I
l&n 2X3,225, East Bay,' ti
CHARLESTON, Si Q? |
This cut entered according to Act of Congress
I in die year 1873, by I, II. Hall & Co., in the
b/ace of the Librarian of Congress, at "Wash
THE UNDERSI.GNFD IS AGENT FOR
the celebrated Prize-Medal Taylor Gin, of
which he has sohl 2"? in this county. Als?, the
Xeblett & Goodrich Gin, highly recommended
by Col. D. W. Aiken and others.
On hand. One 50 Saw, and One 45 Saw
|and One 12 Saw,
NEBLETT A GOODRICH GIN.
I furnished at Agent's prices.
J. A. HAMILTON.
July 10, 1873 21 tf
I BRICKS !
BRICKS ! 2
HE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Ufe.-ms the public that he is now prepared to
rtirnish BRICKS in any quantity. All orders
will meet prompt attention.
J. C. EDWARDS.
! L. E. CONNOR & SON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
( GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
003, Kino Street,
CHARLESTON) S. C.
(P. O. Box 2015.)
\%TV. MOST B ESP EOT FULLY INVITE
T ? the attention of our friends and the pub
lie generally, to our assorted slock of (Jrocerics;
tpieh cannot lie surpassed, neither in quality or
lec: Our prices are low. Merchants and
rincrs will do well to call and examine our
ck, before purchasing elsew here. Wc guar
u laving given special attention for the past
(*?) years to the r ale of cotton, we are prepared
tojsell at the highest market prices. Consign*
ints solicited. We will also receive for sale
rtj shipment, nil kinds of domestic produce.
Ring truly thankful for pas! favors, wc car
t?tly solicit a continuance of same.
S.?Ail business entrusted to our care
jtifdl meet personal and prompt attention.
Sept. is, 1873 31 ? 2m
jl! A S E B A t, i>i CLUB?
TTEND a regular meeting of your Club
Thursday evening 23d inst at 7 A o'clock,
"Elliott Hall" By order of tho President.
L. 11. W A N N A TU A Kijh BEG.
I Members tiro requested to come out punct
J. E. ADGER & CO.,
63 EAST 33AY, CHARLESTON, S. C.,.
The Rotary Harrow which received premium at the Orangeburg Fair. Alst
tllC Collins Wnti. nnil n lnrrro ncsnrfmouf. rtf ntlini* "Plmt-u tsU^lt._ Oi__*J*
Send for circular.
J. E. A1)G?R & CO.,
62 East Bay, Charleston, S/0.
CHANGE OF BUSINESS.
BULL, SCOTILL & PIKE,
Having completed their contracts for the past season; will, for the next ninety
days from Nov. 1st, 1873, to February 1, 1S74.
ADOPT THE CASH SYSTEM,
And sell strictly for the cash?No goods delivered until paid for, or produce con
signed for settlement.
Thanking our customers and friends, who havo promptly settled their contracts
which fell due November 1st. Wo must now APPEAL to those who have failed
IN PART, and ESPECIALLY to those who are in DERT for the WHOLE of
their ADVANCEMENT?and urgently request the PROMPT delivery of that
PORTION of the crop, or the cash, as will cancel their obligation in full..
The contract demands it the times require it. We are compelled to make
these settlements at an early day, iu order for another year's operations.
We have a largo and full stock of General merchandise, bought ot the decline,
and for the cash. We offer our goods at extremely low figures, in lots to suit pur
BULL SCOVIUL & PIKE*
Nov. 5, 1873 28 3m
RESOLVED NOT TO BS UNDERSOIL
Theodore Kohn &, Bro.
Greatest Bargains ever offorod?Dm't buy before you examine our Mag
nificent Stuck of Dress Good, shawles, Blankets, Flannels, skirts, woolen
Largest and choicest selection of Cents' and Youths' walking and Dress suits.
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters at a sacrifice.
Owing to the great stringency in the money market, and depression in business,
we arc enabled to to make large purchases at our own prices for cash, and can
offer unparalleled advantages to our customers and the public.
A call and examination of our stock will convince thu most sceptical.
T. KOHN A; J1B0THER,
Between Dr. Olivcros and Mrs Oldendorf!!
Nov. 5, 1873 38 lycm
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FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY?
Insure your Dwelling, Store or Stock of Goods in the
LIVERPOOL, LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE CO
Capital, ?520,300,000 in Cold.
This company paid over three (3) millions at Chicago fire, and over one (1)
million at recent fire in Boston. .IAS. H. FOWLES, Agent.
BOOT, SHOE AND CLOTHING HOUSE.
HAVING Just returned with n largo and varied Mock, wo are now prepared.to offer in
ducements to all who are desirous of purchasing
IN CONNECTION WITH
OUR STOCK OF ROOTS, SHOES AND CHOTHING,
Wc call attention of the Public, and specially THE SADIES, to our stock of
WHITE GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY etc. LA DIES' AND GENTS' KID
GLOVES, BEST MAKE, VENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Remember we keep the CELEBRATED &TAR SHIRT,
Whon you come to Orangeburg don't forget to call and look through our stock of Cloths,
Coaauners, Jeans, Flannels, Domestics and Dress Goods, which we aro offering at reduced,
priCW J. W. PATRICK & CO..
March 20, 1873 28 ly Russell Street, Orangeburg, 8. C.