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TUE 01UNGEB UEG TIMES.
ORANOEBUU?, S. C, NOV. 13, 1873.
Mr. Kirk Romnson is authorized to
.?ollect and receipt for ndvertiscnicnts and sub
scriptions to the Times.
Mavor?Joab W. Mosclcy.
Clerk?T. D. "Wolfo.
Aldermen?Henry "Washington, J. P. Har
ley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wulfe.
Baptist Church?Services every Sabbath. (D.
V.,) at 11, A. M?and at 7i, P. M. Dr. I.
1>. Durham, Pastor.
Presbyterian Church*?Services at 11 A.M.,
and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9} A. M ?
Prayer meeting Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Vtev. J. D. A. Brown, Evangelist.
Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?Sab
bath School 9A. M.
Methodist Church?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7} P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
Rev. F. Artld, Pastor.
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
Dr P. A. Dantzlcr, Superintendent.
Or.nigoburg Mail Arrangement.
Northern, Western and Opens. Closes.
Charleston.11150 A. M. 7.30 A. M"
Columbia. 9 A. M. 10 A. M.
Office hours from 7 A. M. to ? P. M. Sundays
Persons wishing Money Orders for the North
ami West and for Charleston, must purchase
them the evening before in order to have them
get off the next morning.
W. E. WILLIAMS, P. M.
arrival a::D defarture OF iraiks
dat trains. | day trains.
Down - - - 1130 A. M.,Do\vn-7.?O A. M.
Up-2.51 A. M.
Up ; . . . . 1.48 A. M
Up - - - - 12.42 A. M.
Down - -? - ?.13 P.M
Up.6.31 A. M
Contract advertisers may change
monthly. Every change must ho sod
in by Monday noon.
County Treasurer J. L. Humbert has
taken possession of his oflice.
known baker, has our sympu
<>r hie hnrsu on Monday
ry of "Bread !" however is
beard over the 'and.
'he Logular Annual Meeting.
Of the Orntigehvrg Presbyterian S.>
n.'ty will be held at Dr. Elliott s Office,
<ui Wednesday, N >v. 19th, al 7 o'clock
A love sick youth has po.-tctl the fol
lowing on Kussel] Street
"To be somebody's son-in-law. Don't
object to going in the country."
Can't some lather give the boy a place.
The Episcopal Convocation.
Meets this evening. We learn that the
?. ishop ol the diocese is to be present
und will preach on Sunday next, the
Kith inst. Services will be held morning
and evening, at the Episcopal Church,
each dtty during this week. Morning
services at 11 a. in., and evening at 7 p.
Mr. II. C. Stoll of the late firm of
Stull, Webb & Co, Charleston oilers,
uu attractive assortment of Dry Goods,
lie conc.ucts a first class boii.se and de
Mr. T. B. Boyd oilers a largo ami full
line of Boots Shoes &e, at his store on
Kussel! St. Give him a chance to lit
you at panic prices.
Has something to do with the scarcity
of fractional currency, as everybody
seems determined to go, if it takes the
last shinplastcr; This Great Eastern
Combination robust be a big tilings judg
ing from the newspaper reports at other
points. Think of music being heard
four miles, and lions, tigers itc, loose in
the streets! If these are to be let out
we'll take the music at four miles.
- mm ? ? >.i
"Old Grow I"
Wc are no judge, of tho artielc (only
using it strictly for medical purposes!)
hut the tasting committee at our recent
Fair pronounced tho "Ohl Crow Whis
key" exhibited by tho enterprising whole
sale Grocery & Liquor house of M C3*rs,
F. "NV. Wagner & Co., of Charleston, to
be without an equal, and awarded that
firm a hnndsomo diploma. Wo have
long known this house as one of the best
in Charleston and are glad to sec thoy
are keeping up a reputarion for selling
first-class goods, which they established
immediately after tho war. .
Nemtiiis, Tjsnn. Nov. G, 1873
To Jos. McNainnra, Orangeburg, S. C.
Deau bin:?Wo return you our
heartfelt thanks for your sympathy in
this our hour of ^nJHiction. and pray that
God may bless you for it. We enclose
herewith receipt for your donation,
$24.50, received, which is hereby ac
Very respectfully yours,
A. D. LAN GST A FF,
President Howard Association.
CONSIGNEES FIiR EXPRESS.
Dr W F Barton,
J L Humbert,
B O Evans,
A L Crook,
E P Wolfe,
J F Myers
T. B, SOYD,
? ESPjJ-XTFULLY CALLS THE ATTEN
\ lion of the eitIfens of Orangeburg and vi
cinity to .the fact that he has just opened
SETOJS S T0BE.
Next door to Cornclson's; in which mav lie
found a stock of ROOTS and SHOES, winch
have been selected from manufacturer*, ex
pressly to suit 11A HI) TIMES, both as regards
qualities and prices, lie onlv asks an exami
nation of his stoek before purchasing elsewhere!
Nov. 13, 1S7."> 3D ly
H. C. STOSLiXa. Agt.
Wholesale and Retail Healers in
AT TIIK OM> BTAND,
287 KING STREET.
BAYING made ?trc-ingeraenfs to continue
B. t!:c business lately conducted hv the linn
of STOIiL'i WEPBcclo., 1 respect fufy inform
lay frinuU anil buxtomcis of Orangeburg
county that I hare how in -tore a largo assort
ment of goods, bought for ch?h, during the
Panic, which I am otiering as low as any
House in the c!lv. Thanking my friends and
customers for the ptilroiiajo mj liherallv be
stuwed upon the old linn. I hope by strict at
tention to businc-s to in-lit a cont'-nuance of
the same. / v.'Ul adhere slt'irlly to the one price
*i;xtciu. lies pec t f u! I v,
"II. C. ST< .LI., Agent,
Successor to Rtoll. W ebb & Co., 287 King
Street, Charleston, .S
Nov. 13, 1873 39 3m.
IN CASH ?IFTR,
To bo distributed by the
UNITED S T A T E S PRIZE
OF NEW YORK.
A prize yon every ticket.
1 Cash Gift *10o7K)0; 7") Cash Gifts, $1,000
0 Cash Gifts 50,0001300 " " 600
12 Cash Gifts 25,<)00]200 " i?oO
20 Cadi Gifts 5,000]??0 " " 100
?100 Hold Watches 75 to 300
275 Sewing Machines GO to 150
75 Elegant Pianos each 250 to 700
50 '? Melodeons " 50 to 200
Cash Gifts, Silver Ware, etc., valued at 1,500,000
A chance to draw any of the above prizes for
2* cents. Tickets describing Prizes are scaled
in Envelopes and well mixed. On receipt of
25 cents a sealed ticket is drawn without choice
and sent by mail to any address. The prize
named upon it will be delivered to the ticket
holder on payment of one dollar. Prizes are
immediately sent to any address by express or
You will know what your prize is before you
pay for it. Any prize excharged for another
of the same value. No blanks. Our patrons
can depend on fair dealing.
Opinions of the Press.?Pair dealing can be
relied on.?N. Y. Herald, Aug. 215. A genu
ine distribution.? World, Sept. I). Not one of
the humbugs of die day?Weekly Tribune, .Ju
ly 7. They give general satisfaction.?Staats
Zeitung, Aug. 5.
UkfKUKNCKS.? By kind permission we refer
to the following: -Franklin S. Pane, Lcwis
ville, drew $13,000. Miss Hattie Hanker,
Charleston, $9,000. Miss Louisa T. Rlakc, St.
Paul, Piano, $700. Samuel Y. Raymond,
Boston, $5.500. Eugene P. Bracket!, Pittsburg,
Watch, $3000. Miss Annie" Osgood, New Or
leas, S*)00. Emory L. Pratt, Col tun bus, Ohio,
One cash gift in every package of 150 tickets
guaranteed. 5 tickets for $1.00 ; 11, for $2.00 ;
25 for $:5.00; 50 for $5.00; 150 for $15.
Agents wanted, to whom we oiler liberal in
ducements and guarantee satisfaction*
//OLMES, HALL ? CO.,
20 Platt St., New York.
By virtue of an order of IIm Probato
Court, I will sell at tho lato rojidoueo of
Martha Gardner, decaasod, all tho personal
property of said intestate, on tho 22d day
of November next, consisting of Cat tin,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, &o.
DEM PSF. Y GARDNER,
nov 1 1
GIRARDEAU'S FURNITURE STORE.
From our old Bland 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
oflcr to parties in need of
of any kinds?a fine lot to select from, nndn
prices ns low as any bouse of the kind in
Always on hand, or made to order.
Of Cotton, Moss, Wind or Hair on hand, or
made of any required size.
done promptly, carefully and at reasonable
GIRARDEA?I & CO.
sept. 25, 1S73 32 Ihn
AIKEjN and orangeburg
Slae of Assignee in Bankruptcy,
At Aikcn, S. C.
BY VIRTUE of an order in bank
ruptcy of the United States District
Court for the Southern District of Geor
gia, before a Register therein, and by
Hon. John Erskin, Judge of the said
court for said district, will he sold at
Free From Liens ami Incumhrances of
Creditors of the Bankrupt,
ut the Court House door in the town and
county of Aikcn, and State of South Car
olina, on the first Monday in December
next, 1873, a certain portion of the Es
tate of Michael O'Dowd, bankrupt, to
Wit: A certain tract of land, with unT
provements thereon, situated in the*said
county of Aikcn, formerly Orangebuig
district, couluining two thousand and
fifty nine acres (2,059) acres, more or
le--s. on the north side of the Edisto ilivtr,
on the waters o. Hunter's Branch, known
as the "Casper Staley Plantation," made
up of several smaller tracts of land, and
more fully described by a plat thereof
by H. D. Ott, on 15th November, 18?2
being some land conveyed to said
O'Dowd, by L. A. Culler, Executor of
Casper Staley, by deed dated 23d De
And by virtue of the same order, will
be sold, at public outcry.
Free From Liens and Incumhrances of
Creditor* of the Bankrupt,
at the same time and place, a ccrtam
other portion of the bankrupt's estate to
wit:. A certain plantation in thesaid
Crangeburg county, formerly district,
consisting of one tract, containing eight
hundred and seventy two (872) acres,
more or less, lying in the fork of Edisto
River, on Goodland swamp, bounded by
lands of Porter. Winnh.gham, Martin
and Allen Corhitt, lleathington, Friday
und other lands, and another tract con
taining forty four (4-1) acres more or less
adjoining the last loresaid tract, lands of
said Wiuninghnm, Mary and Allen Por
tcr. The two last tracts conveyed to M.
O'Dowd by J. II. Morgan.
Terms, as per order cash.
JOHN T. SHEWMAKE.
Assignee of M. O'Dowd, Bankrupt.
Nov. 13, 187.1 3D 3t
IN Tili: (OMMON I'LKAS,
William C. Haue and John R. Haue plaintiffs,
ngainst George Boliver, as administrator,
of the Estate of* William C- Cofer, de
ceased, John J. Jackson, Mary A- Weeks,
wife of II. Weeks, Anna Cofer, Sarah
l'riy, wife of Jacob Friy, Martha Weath
er:-hie, wife of James W- Weathersbie,
Thomas L. Cofer and M. K. Cofer, defend
Copy Summons for Relief (Complaint not
TO THE defendants Thomas L. Cofer and
"^.""(?i are hereby summoned and required to
A answer thi' complaint in this action, which
is filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court
of Common Pleas for the said County, and to
servo u Copy of your answer on the subscri
bers, at their Office at Orangeburg Court
house So. Ca. within twenty days*after the
service of this summons on you exclusive of
the day of service, anil if you fail to answer
the complaint within the time aforesaid, the
plnintifis will apply to the Court for the Re
lief demanded in the Complaint.
Dated at Orangeburg October 21si 1873.
jmTrcvillc & Whaley
To Thomas L. Cofer and M. K. Cofer. de
fendants above named:
Take notice That the summons and Com
plaint, herein, wcro filed in the office of the
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for Or
angebuig County, at Orahgcbnrg .South Car
olina on the 21st dav of October 18711.
DiTREVlLLE & WHALEY
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
ttzosxsxiznr & crook.
ORANGER URO COTTON MARKET.
Cottox?Sales -luring the week 100 bales.
Ordinary, - - - - 12 ? 12J
Good Ordinarv, - - ' - 13 ?131
Low Middling. 14 ? 141
Strict MiddliHg, - 14} ? l?j
Bacon Ham* : : lb 12 ? 21
" Hides : : " HJ ? 14
Lartl : : 14 ?
Corn : : : : bus 1 05 ? 1 10
Peas : : : : " 1 <I0 ?1 30
Oats : seed : : " 1 25 ?
Flour : : : : cwt 6 50 ?0 25
Fodder : s : "1 23*?1 50
Rough Rico : : " 1 40 ? 1 45
Butter : : : : lb 35 ? 50
Eggs : : : : dor. 15 ? 20c
Turkeys : : : pr 173 ?2 00
Geese : : : : " 1 00 ?1 25
Fowls, ! : per do/.. 3.50 ? <i.00
Been Wnx : : . : lb 22 ? 25
Iloef : : " 10 ? 12
TaRow : . : " 8 ? JO*
Finders, : : : per bushel 1 20
fTjlHE Subscriber oilers for sale the
JL well-known, Plantation "McCant's
Villa, situated in Orangeburg County,
liilecn miles due east of the Court House,
on the five notch Road, containing seven
hundred and lifty-seven acres, more or
less, with the privilege of two hundred
acres more, recently conveyed to my son.
The letter place having on it a single
story dwelling, four rooms, one fire-place,
kitchen, stable, barn, &c., and about
twelve or fifteen acres cleared land.
On the larger place is
EIGHT ROOMS \
FIRE-PLACE in each,
And every other building necessary
-on-u -well-settled plantation} Fencing in
very good condition; For further par
ticulars apply eitlrer to Messrs. I/.lar &
Dibble, Orangeburg C. iL, S. C? or to
the undersigned at McCant's Villa, Or
angeburg County, S. (?.
J. c: EDWARDS.
March 0, 1873 .'> lamllm
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Popular lectures on Seiend ie Subjects, bv
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FOG ARTIE'S HOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 2(i0 King Street, Charleston, S. ?.
inarch 27, 1873 0 cwt?
A TOWERING GIANT AMONG ITS FELLOWS.
THE GREAT 12 CENTRE-POLE TENT
01,000,000 CSJALSN&E SHOW.
Will exhibit at Orangeburg, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1873. Three per
formances, at 10, A. ?L, and 2 and 8, I*. M. Doors open open one hour previous
A Ticket Wagon will bo opon on the street from 9 a. m. to 12 m. Where tickets
can be purchased, thus avoiding the rush on the ground. Admission, $1.00. Chil
dren under 12 years, 50 cents.
IMJEZSTA. G E HIE
MUSEUM, AVIARY", CIRCUS, ROMAN HIPPODROME, and EGYPTIAN
Its niigmcntation the past winter makes it four times larger than last year, and
then it wus confessed the monarch mastodon of (he road. Over a million dollars
have been expended to ma'.ic this the most stupendous and greatest World Exposi
tion ever attempted ; and an immense Twelve centre polo Pavilion, covering over
four acres of ground and measuring 168,000 yards, of canvass, is required to ex
hibit its thirty-one dens of wild beast, breathing Sea monsters; Pluniaged Birds,
Flesh eating Reptiles, and tho colossal dual cicua exhibition ! making it a
guasd combination, more than equal to twelve shows in one
To transport this Golian of Shows, 100 cars, rt-passenger-coach
gines are brought into rcqusition, and tho services of 2000 men and hors
essary to the succss of th"s unprecedented enterprise.
A GRAND TRIPPLE MEXAGERIE.
In four separate tcrtts, combined with the colossal museum, aviary of Tropical
Birds, und caravan of Elephants, camels. Dromedaries, Elks, Buffaloes, etc. etc.
Grand double Circus performance, in the Largest Iloppodrommc Tent iu tho
Every act double, in 2 Rings at tho same hour, under one Crnhd Pavilion 1 A
Double Grand Entree. 2 Studs of Ring Horses, dual corps of Equcstricnes, Male
Riders, Acrobats, Gymnasts, Clowns, etc.
Greatest achievement in Arcnic annals ever witnessed!
Every day at 1) o'clock, a. m., an unparalleled
PAGEANT AND PROCESSION OVER 2 MILES LONG.
With emerald, crimson and gold dens, three brass and re d bands, giand sieuitt
Piano, and a full Martial Band, us in the days ol -76; Twenty beautiful wonr.en,
and one hundred horsemen and pages, mounted and followed by the Cavaleado,
with their flags, banners, and paraphernalia, mounted Go 's und Goddesses, in
original costumes, With Living TIGERS, LIONS, PANTHERS and JAUGERa
LOOsE in the streets
B6X? Bcforo each exhibition a grand Balloon nsoension \\ ill be given.
rs&. All the Railroads running into tho city have been arranged with to
bring people at greatly reduced fare.
OHAS. SIVALLS, Agent.
Nov. 0, 187o 38 St