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?ollcctand receipt for advertisements and sub
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Mnvor?Jnnh \V. MokcIpv,
Clerk?T. D. Wolfe. " '
AUleruien-t^IIciirA- Washington, J. P. llar
leyjir WHlminson, T. I). Wolfe.
Baptist Church?Services everv Sabbntb. (IX
y.x) at 11, A. M? mid at 7i, P. M. Dr. I.
1). Durham, Pastor."
VJPreshVierlnn Clinrclr?Services at 11 A.M.,
P0d.4-lV.M?Sabbath School at ?J A. M.?
PnryerivHieungTliurwlay afternoon at To clock.
*~hy. J. D. A. Brown, Evangelist. _ ^
_lurch of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st
tuuQkl Sundavs. Serves at 11 A. M., and 4
pJjT SabWath ti>M. ?l U ' -
thodist Church?Services at 11 A. M
Ms Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
flhheran Church?Sabbath School at t) A.
Pr'.P. A. D.Vn'tzler. Superintendent.
^^ffnngeliarg Mail Arrangement.
Northern, Western and Closes.
CoIQnibia. 1 P. M.
? ? ??ice hours from 7 A. M. too P. M.Sundays
W. E. WILLIAMS, P. M.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
ii ii i. AiT?ORANGEBURG.
PAY TnAINK. i DAY TKAIK8.
Down - - - li Sa/A.M.
t;P - - - - 1.51 a; m.
Up.2.03 a. M.'Up.G.31 a. m
Down \ r - - 7.50 A.M.
Up .- - 12.42 A. Mi
Down - - -'?713 P. M
Contract . tuLertiscrs may change
monthly. Every change must be sent
in l>y Monday noon.
Those canvassed Hams at the store of |
Mi.'J. A. Hamilton arc what every one
want-*. Of excellent quality?und as
tonishingly cheap. Get a few and thank
us tor the hint.
? Cotton classing low middlings sohl nt
12J on Tuesday,. The delinquent list
uro gradually, coming in to liquidate
their claims. The severe pressure is
Incoming grndunllyless, and were it not
for the very light trade financial affairs
could tie much1 better.
Dr. \V. S. Barton has completed an
important improvement upon u seed plan
ter, the patent of which he has applied
for. The Doctor expects to offer the im
plement for Bale in time for the next crop
plan ting. Its simplicity and economy
commends it especially.
We had a light fall of snow in town
The Post Office
Has been removed to new Establish
ment of Mr. Bettison's, in rear of Robin
son's Book Store.
Town Lots For Sale.
Dr. Oliveros offers today, (3) three de
sirable building lots on Kusslll Street
for sale. This is very valuable properly
and should command u ready sale. Sec
his advertisement in another column.
The Barnweli Pair
And Paces commence onTusedny 25th
itist. See their advertisement, Barnweli
County is our near neighbor and Orange
burg should be n presented there.
C. D. Kor I joint's
New advertisement, today, shows that
the late panic has had no effect upon him
except to enable him to oiler a lull stuck
of Groceries, Liquors and Sogars (these
latter he makes a specialty of ) at reduc
ed prices* f
Call on him?he stands prepared to
EhoW you how to make money in dull
The Episcopal Convocation
Closed on Sunday Evening lost, after an
unusually pleasant and profitable meeting
Services were held on Thursday, Friday,
Saturday & Sunday conducted by lit.
Rev W. B. W. IIowo, the Bishop of the
dioce.se, and Rev. mcssrs. Prcntiss, Ste
phens, Sams, Logan, Guerry, Gadsden,
and Fuller, On Sunday morning and
night two powerful sermons were prcacl.t
ed by the BJphopj^wJiich rrpdc a deep
ttipressjonjop tho largo audiences present
.. he communion service in the morning
was vory solemn and impressive, and was
joined in by many of other denomina
Beautiful Calico for loots
And other great bargains are offered
by T. Kohn & Bro, who have put down
their goods to Panic prices, which will
undoubtedly draw a largo crowd to their
establishment for the next week or two.
A glanco inside their storo will convinco
all that they mean business. This firm
is composed of enterprising men, who
show their appreciation of tho present
crisis, by putting down good? to such,
prices, as will necessarily cause large
Sends your orders for Doors Snsh
and Blinds to tho Southern House of Geo.
S. Hacker of Charleston S. C. Mr ti
llansdnle of our Town is the atithor
iscd agent for. this House.
Have a homo of your own. Yes a
home of your owu ; buy a piece of land
with the determination to keep it during
your life time , and then transmit it to
your heirs if you have no means, only
tho proceeds of your own labor, then
scrupulously savo and build a fine house,
buying from the Great Southern Build
ers' Emporium your Sashes, Doors.
Blinds, Marble and Slate Mantels, Hard
ware Mouldings, White Pine, Walnut,
<fcc, cover your roof with Asbestos' Pool
ing Felt and Lining, for which they nro
Agcutajthey are now used ou thousands
of buildings, and they offer them as relia
ble and economical, which are needed ev
erywhere. Send for price list to I. II.
Hnll& Co., Charleston, S. C.
CONSIGNEES F?R EXPRESS
W F Glaze,
A P Avinger,
Moore & Wilson, ?
Mre M H Moorer,
J H Felder,
J A Min nicken,
T W Mellichamo,
V M Smith,
A L Crook
T. B, BOYD,
RESPECTFULLY CALLS THE ?TTEN
tioo of tbc citizens of Orangcburg and vi
cinity to the fuel that be has just opened
A SHOE STORE.
Next door to Cornelson's; iu winch mav Ik:
found a stock of BOOTS and SHOES, which
have been selected from manufacturers, ex
pressly to suit HAUL TIMES, both an regards
qualities, and prices, lie only asks an exami
nation of his stock before purchasing elsewherct
Nov. 13, 1873 3? ly
By virtno of Sundry Executions to me di
rected, I will sell to tho highest bidder, nt
Orangeburg C. H., on the FIRST MON
DAY in December next, FOB CASH, all
tho Bight, Title and Interest of the Defend
ants in the following Property, viz :
1. One tract oflnnd containing 2'JO acres
more or less, hounded by hinds of.)no.
McMiclnul, Thon. F. Kennerly. David
Kenncrly. II 1). Bolen, I). P. Murphy,
M. A. Davis und J P. Pearson
2. One other tract, containing 2'JO acres
more or less, hounded by lands of Hufu*
Iliiflnian, T. F? Kenncrly, Jno. MoMichuel,
II. II Bouhitt and Jno. H. Milhouso.
Levied on as the property of licngimin
ByaB at the Hitit of W. M. Sain & Co., el al.
One trnct of laud in Liborty Township
containing 1*J"> pcrcs more or less, and
bounded by lands Est. of J Daniel Kenncr
ly, J. S. Molen, II. D. Holen und Homestead
of 0. K. Holen.
Levied on as the pronerty of George B.
Bolqn at the suit of John Add en and otlicrs.
One Lot with building thereon in tho
Town of Orangcburg totner of Market
Street and- Street, now occupied by
Levied on as the property of James Can
non nttlic enil of Henry 1J Bioo,
Near the residence of Isnin Tsancs iu
Edisto Fork, Lot of seed cotton, lot of corn,
Fodder, Bice, Potatoes kc, seized on as the
crop of Isam Isaacs, under warrant on lieu
to Stcadman & Fustier.
At tho rosidoncc of Jab. Mitchell near
Lewisviilo, on Tucsduy Deo. 2d, lot of seed
cotton, lot of corn, lot of Fodder, lot of Pea
vines, lot of cotton seed kc, seized on as
the orops of James Mitchell, under warrant
on lien to C. B. Tabor.
Sheriff's Offloe, ) E. I. CAIN, ?
8, 0. C.
Sheriff's O/Boe, ) E
Orangcburg C. 11. S. C, }
Nov. 15th, 1873. J
nov l? (j
GIRARDE?U'S FURNITURE STORE.
From our old stand lo the NEW STORE In
REAR OF ENGINE HOUSE.
JInving received n part of our Fall Stock and
expecting the balnnccof it very'soon, we can
oflcr to parties in need of
of any kinds?n fine lot to select from, and a
prices* a.? low as any bonne of the kind in
Always on hand, or made to order.
? " / u f r I I ? ? * I
Of Cot ion, Moss, Wool or 1 lair on hand, or
made of any, required size. ?
done promptly, carefully nnd at reasonable
GXR A & CO.
sept. 2">, 1S73 82 6111
|fVliq? AND OBANGEBURG
Slae of Assignee in Bankruptcy,
At Aiken, S. 0.
BY VIRTUE of an order in bank
ruptcy of the United States I>i^tri<*t
Court for the Southern District of Geor
gia, before a Register therein, and by
Hon. John Erskin, Judge of the said
court for sand district, will bu sold at
Free From Liens ami Incumbrances of
Creditors of the Bankrupt,
at the Court House door in the town and
county of Aiken, and State id'South Car
olina, on the first Monday in December
next, 1 73, a certain portion of the Es
tate of Michael O'Dowd, bankrupt, '.u
wit: A certain tract of laud, with itiitft
provemcutd thereou, situated in the said
county of Aiken, formerly Orangohurg
du-tritt, containing two thousand and
fifty nine acres (2,059) acres, more or
less, on the north side of the Edisto Rivt r,
on the waters o. Hunter's Brauch, known ]
as the "Cnsjicr Stnley Plantation," made
up of several smaller tracts of land, anil
more' l'ullv described by nlijrint thereof
by II, D. Ott, on 15th November, 1862,
being same land conveyed to said
O'Dowd, by L. A. Culler, Executor of
Casper Staiey, by deed dated 23d De
And by virtue of the same order, will
be sold, at public outcry.
Free From Liens, and lucumbrances of
Creditor? of the Bankrupt,
at the same time and place, a certaui
other portion of the bankrupt's estate to
wit: a certain plantation in the said
Orangeburg county, formerly district,
consisting of one tract, containing eight
hundred and seventy two (872) acres,
more or less, ly ng in ihefork of Edisto
River, on Good land swamp, bounded by
lands of Porter. Winnir.gham, Martin
and Allen Coibitt. Hcathington, Friday
and other lauds, and another tract con
taining lorfy four (41) acres more or less
adjoining the last foresaid tract, lands of
said WinninghunyMnry and Allen Par
ter. The two last traeto conveyed to M.
O'Dowd by ,T. 11. Morgau.
Terms, as per order cash.
JOHN T. SHEWMAKE.
Assignee of M. O'Dowd, Bankrupt.
Nov. 13, 1873 3D 3t
The State of outh Carolina
In thk Counr of Piudbate.
Hy AUGUSTUS R. KXOWLTON, E*q.,
Judge of Probate in said County.
WIIKJtEAp, Olivia S. Fogle hath made
suit lo me to grant lo her betters of Ad
ministration of the Relate ami effects of
Homy W. Pogle, late of said Comity, de
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular tlie kindred and Creditors
of the said deceased, to be nnd appear be
fore mo at a Court of Probate for the said
County, to be hohlen at my OtHcaiu Orange
burg, S. ('., on lh?- 2 2d day of November
187:1, at 10,o'clock A. M., to show cause if
any, why tlie said Adminlstratior. should
not be granted.
Given ?inner my hand ami tho Seal of (ho
Court, this ">th day of Nov A. 1). 187?,
and in ihu 07th year of American Inde
[L.S.1 AUGUSTUS R. KNOWI.TON,
nov 8?2t Judge of Probate.
A I> V K IiTISK MEXT.
THE Stringency of money require* me to sell
e?clusively lor cosh, until all old account*
are settled ; nftci that time I ant willing to
render all accommodation possibly to custom
ers. I tender my thanks to all wbo have set
tled their accounts: and earnestly request those
who have not, to do so nt once, as I have al
ready performed my part of the contract.
\ crv Respectfully
F. H.'W. rriggMann.
Nov. 20, 1873 -10 It
MARKEE KEP OUT,
CORRECTED WEEKLY RY
ORANGERURG COTTON MARKET
'V, i ?? ?.(;.7 ? t i? i ,M ?' *J *> >
Cotton?Sales during the week 320 bales.
Ordiuarv, - - - -. 9 ? 9]
Good Ordinary, - - - 10 tfo 10}
Low Middling, - - . - 11 111
Strict 'Middling, - - - 12 ($ 12g
Bacon Hann? : : ?> 12 ? 21
" Side* : : 9J Gj> 13
Lard : ^ : " 14
Corn : : : : bus 75 % 85
Peas : : : : " 70 <S> 80
Oats : seed : : 11 1 25 %
Flour : : : : cwt 5 50 @G 25
Fodder : *: : " 1 $5 (^1 50
Rough Rico : : " 00 Co 1 CO
Butter : : : : ?Ii 35 Oo 50
Eggs : : : doz 15 @ 20c
TurkcvH : : : pr 1 75 (a.2 00
GecW* : i : : " 1 00 0> 1 25
Fowls, i ? :? perdoz. 3.50 ? 5.00
Bees Wax ; : : , H> 22 (jj> 25
Beef : : " ? *? 10 ? 111
TaHow : . i " 8 j& 10
Finders : : per bushel 1 10<?>1 20
THE Subscriber offers for sale the
well-known, Plantation "M?CaVtfs
Villn, shunted in Oruugoburg County,
fiifecu miles due east of the Court House,
on the live notch Road, containing eeven
hundred and fifty-seven 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, barn, &e., and about
twelve or fifteen acres cleared land.
On the larger place is
' EIGHT HOOMS J
FIRF-PLACF in each,
And every other building necessary
a^La. well settled plantation; Fencing in
very good condition. For further par
ticulars apply either to Messrs. I/.lar &
Dibble, Orangcburg C. II., S. C, or to
the undersigned at McCant's Villa, Or
augeburg County, S. C.
j. 0. EDWARDS.
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No. 2di'r King Street, Charleston, S. (j.
march 27, 1SV3, 0 <j\vtC
A TOWERING GIANT AMOX? ITS FKLLOWS
THE GKE?T 12 CETs'TKE-rOLE TEM
Will exhibit atOrangcburg, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1873. Three per
formances, at 10, A. M., and 2 and .8, P. M. Doors open open one liour previous
A Ticket Wagon will be open on the street from 9 u. m. to 12 m. Where tickets
pan be purchased, thus avoiding the rush on the ground. Admission, $1.00. Chil
dren under 12 years, 50 cents.
cnn^a/r eastern jsij^jstageiiie
.1 li " A i
.MUSEUM, AVIARY, CIRCUS, ROMAN HIPPODROME, and EGYPTIAN
Its augmentation tbe past winter makes it four times larger than last year, and
then it win* confessed the monarch mastodon ot the road. Over a million dollars
have been expended to make this the most stupendous and greatest World Exnosi
t on ever attempted ) ami an immense Twelve centre pole Pavilion, covering ovei
n I. l . i _;_ um n/\/\ _\ . ..i' _..._i
four acres of ground and measuring 108,000 yards, of canvass, is required to ex
hibit its thirty*'>ne dens of wild beast, breathing .Sea monsters, Plmnagcd Birds,
Flesh eating "Reptiles, and the colossal dual cicus liXiituiTiON! making it a.
GttAKD CI)MM2*ATIOX, MOKK THAN EO.UAL TO TWELVE 6iiow3 *N ON'E!
To transport this Golian of Shows, 100 cars, 0 passenger coaches, and four en
gines are brought int?) requsition, and the services of 2000 men arid horses are nec
essary to the succss of tit's unprecedented enterprise.
A Gil. IM) TRIPPLE .MENAGERIE.
In four separate tents, combined with the <:o!?i.->sal museum, aviahy of Tropical
Birds, and caravan of Elephants, camels, Dromedaries, Elks, Buffaloes, etc. etc.
Grand double Circus performance*, in lite Largest Hoppodroinmc Tent in tho
Evciy a t double, in 2 Rings at the same hour, under one Grand Pavilion! A
Double Grand Entree. 2 Studs of Ring Horses, dual corps of Equcstiieues, Malo
Riders, Acrobats, Gymnasts, Clowns, etc.
Greatest achievement in Areas; annals ever witnessed!
Every day at 0 o'clock; a. m., an unparalleled
PAGEANT AND PROCESSION OVER 2 MILES LONG,
"With emerald, crimson and gold don?, three bras.* ami rcr\ bands, gtand steam
Piano, and a full Martial Band, as in the days'of '76 ; Twen ,y beautiful women,
and one hundred horsemen and pages, mounted and followed by the Cavalcade,
with their flags, banners, and paraphernalia, mounted Go's and Goddesses, v;
original costumes, with LW?g TIGERS, LIONS, PA NTH EEs and .JAUGERs
LOO.sE in the street*.
SOU Before each exhibition a grand Balloon ascension v. ill be given.
r&>\~ AH tjjo Railroads running ::.to tho city have been arranged with to
bring people nf greatly reduced fare.
Gil AS. SIVALLS, Agcut.
Isov. G, 1873 38 3t