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Orangeburg, S, 0., Nov. 27, 1073,
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY.
Co change Contract Advertisement*, notic?
.lost'be giVW before' Monday noon.
,Our friendf. wishing to have advertisements
inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in by
TiiaAtny-n lorning, 10 o'clock.
;ADVI:RTLS1?:MENTS will be inserted at
ih? rate of one dollar and a half per square
for the first insertion, and one dollar per square
for each subsequent insertion.
'Liberal terms m-dc with those who desire
I? advertise for ithree; six or ovelve months.
ifcSfc? Marriag?1 notices and Obituaries not
exceeding one.Square, inserted free.
?JU.ll- ?!- ?J?L..-g
Irleneeferlh, all ; Inegal Ad
vertisements, oi* County
liierest, Syhetiiei' notice?
brothers, will be publish
ed ibr the benefit of our
readers whether they are
paid. for. or not.
I "Will have their papers regularly
mailed. Send us new names, build up
our pnper, and let every household in
the County bo a supporter of our enter
..The passenger train of yesterday was
delayed in consequence of a coach taking
fire. The damage was confined to the
roof of the car.
Persons desirous of obtaining Italian
immigrants can confer with Air. A. Mo
roso, 105 King St., Charleston. The
expected settlers arc skilled in agricul
ture, and wish homes in the South.
?66?* The action brought against the
Citizens' Savings Bnnk of Columbia, by
J. L. Watson, County Treasurer of York,
to restrain the Bank from paying out
any more money will be resisted by the
hank. The general stringency of money
matters has nfTcctcd this institution tem
porarily, without in the least affecting its
MO W INJ) ?LGE*\ T.
Tho overwening regard of the legisla
ture for the prosperity of "our State"
induces them to allow the tax to be paid
in two instalments. They can afford to
ON TO RICHMOND.
Gen. Grant ha? not declared his policy
with regard to the inhuman massacre of
the crew of the Virginius by the Span
i irds. It is supposed that the afiair will
be submitted to arbitration. Meanwhile
iron clads are being put in fighting trim,
naval dock yards are busy, and prepara
tions for n fight are being pushed. A
hanglirc policy may deceive the dons,
huf it is beyond doubt that a war with
Spain can be averted. If the Spaniards
desire to be on a footing for a decent
fight,the sooner they atop their internecine
struggle the better. Uncle Sam's mouth
has watered for Cuba "lo these many
yenrs." The quarrel is not ours.
"TURN THE STATE OVER TO TDK
GENERA L GO VERNMEXT."
The recommendation of tlia member
to ''turn the State over to the general
government as a bad job" is not a lame
idea, and shows how rotten things nre
generally where the member figures.
"The party" have run the machine for
seven yenrs, until they have exhausted
almost the superdemon resources of their
villuinny in beggaring the people, and
loading the State with an unjust debt.
They began with the boast that they
would teach the "Bourbons" what good
government meant. They have had a I
fair trial, and Ali Balm and his forty
thieves tire mere fyros to these self con
stituted rulers. They began with a lie,
they have continued with unremitting
fraud, und today they are a spectacle
of reeking, putrid villainny, without
peers outside of a pirate cabin. Year
after year they levied, higher and higher
the tax; it has been paid by a patient
people. Now a new fax higher in per
ocntnge, and upon property rated higher
in valuation, is to be gathered, and in
ppite of the figures Which show up their
extravagance and ?tealage, they have tho
effrontery to expect the people to 'heat
with them yet longer. In tho name of
humanity to your children, and In tho
name of justice to decency, make on ef
fort to arrest this outrageous spoliation,
before you nro hopelessly and ignomhu
uusly enslaved. Let the counties of
South Carolina have a convention. Let
each county bo represented at a State
Conference, and there appoint n delega
tion to go to tho head centre of Radical
ism, and make an exhibit of the doings
of its hirelings. Protest at Washington
against further taxation, under such a
filth)* disgusting loathsome State govern
ment and ask to be made a territorial
dependency, or u conquered province,
anything rather than the footbnll of
Moses and his crew.
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Adjourned at Columbia on the 24th,
having cost the State about 8125,000 for
the session. This expensive farce, suits
the ring, but it militates fearfuiiy with
the peace and welfare of tho people. It
accomplished nothing comparatively, for
two reasons: because tho jumble of com
plex rascality, was beyond futboming,
and if otherwise, the apish assembly were
not capable of the duties assumed. Like
puppets and automata, they danced to
the pulling of the wires. The showmen
pocketed the proceeds. The Morton,
Bliss & Co. mandamus, for the present,
is bluffed off, by the repeal of the act au
thorizing the Comptroller to give notice
to County Auditors of the rn'c per cent,
of taxation. The "bonded debt" is as
far from a solution as is the squaring of
tho circle. The fizzle may been purpose
ly mad & to hide deep, dark deeds. Go v.
Moses is popular with some of his crew
for impeachment. It is stilted that ho
only received $325,000 for approving the
Other heavy charges are against him,
which if produced will astound those
only who may not have heard of the dis
tinguished personage before. "Let us
?Boss Tweed, the scientific robber of
public funds in New York, has been sen
tenced to twelve years jailing in tho
county prison and SI2,000 fine.
?The house of W. H. Gardner of
Sumtcr (County Treasurer) was set firo
to on the stormy night of the 21st. The
loss was very heavy.
?Some of the claimants for confisca
ted property at Beaufort S. C. have been
successful, among them Dr. II. M.
Sinoak, Mrs C Johnson, heirs of Dr
Thos Fuller, and Miss Catharine IIou
?Two colored men near Charleston
fought with razors. Both bold out until
exhausted and were badly cut.
Mr. Hamilton Slawson was knocked
down by a dray in Charleston, from the
effects or which he died.
Married?On tho 18th Nov., 1873, by
the Kev. J. L Sillcy, Mr. FRANCIS P.
LANG LEV, ot Charleston, S. C, to Miss
HELL MOORER, youngest daughter of Hen
ry M. Moor er, of Orangeburg County, S. C.
CONSIGNEES FIR EXPRESS.
Rev W R Purler,
II A C Walker 2,
Miss M J Ford,
Jno S Rowc
J F Izlar, 2
Moore & Wilson,
L M Deyreaux,
W E Glaze,
Dr. A C Dukes,
V M Smith,
A L Crook
J F Myers.
rail IB UNDERSIGNED IS AGENT FOR
A tho celebrated Prize-Mcdnl Taylor Gin, of
which he has sold 25 in this county. Also, the
Nehlett Si Goodrich Gin, highly recommended
by Col. D. \V. Aiken and others.
On band. One 50 Saw, and One -15 Saw
n d One 42 Saw,
NKHLETT ? GOODRICH GIN.
furnished nt Agent's prices.
J. A. HAMILTON.
July 10, 1873 21 tf
TO READ THIS,
ALWAYS ON HAND AT MR,S
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Mach in?
Wao awarded first prcmiun at Orange
burg Fair 1873 for einplicity, light-ruu
niug and noiseless. I only ask you tu
examine for yourselves before purchasing
other'mnchiucc. Sold on easy terms.
,T. T SIMMONS Agt.
Orangeburg S. C.
Nov. 27, 1873 41 3m
VICK'S FLORAL GUIDE
FOR. 1874. I
200 Pages; 500 Engravings, and Col
ored Plate. Published Quarterly, at 2G
cents a year. First No. for 1874 just
issued. A German edition at same price,
Address, James Vick, Rochester, N.'Y.
Nov. 27, 1873 41 tf
SAVE YOUR TIME AND MONEY.
HAVING SECURED the right to seil
CLARKE'S PATENT PORTABLE
Hail and Tlnuk fence in this County, I will
put up a sample of the Fence at Ornugehurg
C. II.. on Monday, (.Sales-Day) and would in
vite tue planters of the County to examine the
same; ns I am satisfied it combines all the r.d
vantages to save time, and money. Either the
plantation or stock fence is proof against wind,
flood or stock* I will go to any parr of the
County to put up a sample, and instruct any
one purchasing thn right how to build the
Fence. Liberal terms will be offered to Oran
ges. Persons wishing to communicate can do
so, by addressing mo at lXowe's Pump Post
Office, Orangeburg County, S. C. .
JUDE ROBINSON, Agent.
Nov. 27,1873 41 3m
Mrs. T. W. Albergotti,
DESIRES to inform her friedda and the
public that she has just opened a lino as*
sortment of Holiday Oi'.*ts, Birthday and Bridal
Presents, Ac. Prices to suit the times- Fin*
China Foncy Goods, such ns Vases, Motto Cup?,
China figures, Jewelry Boxes, Toilet sets, Cot,
logne Sets, something new and handsome.
INDIA RUBBER GOODS, TOYS of va
rious kinds, and other articles too nu
merous t> mention, suitable for
OLD and YOUNG, LARGE
and SMALL. ALSO,
French and plain
* Con fecti pnaries,
} Fruits, Nuts, &c.
Call and sec for yourselves, and'she will env|
dcavor to please von.
Nov. 27, 1873 * 41 3m
J S Albergotti's Store
Corner Russell Street and
RniJ Road Avenue* _
Has in Store a well selected Stock of Grocc-1
ries for Sale at reduced prices. Parties
would do well to c;dl examine and price goods
before purchasing elsewhere.
A full Stock of Uacou Kluur Sugar Syrup
Molasses, Candies, Caned Goods, Crockery, Tin
ware, &c., on hand.
B?)?. Goods delivered, free of charge.
Jan. 1, 1873 11 lv
Bj Bnibhr'iIIirdxccLri' and' SappIie\)fjaUaigt,
JfiDrdchdsJfeKtLt Rut,!)'<iliijlcrj\lvv GamU,
Tiling/White Pine, Walnut finryLumber}
Send fbrfrice List.
i I. H, HALL & CO.
Mtnufktlurtni & Vettert,
2j 4>, G, 8,70. Karhet Street. I
22i. 22S, JSiatDdy,'
CHARLESTON, $j< C, \f
This cut entered according to Act of (congress
in the year 1S73, by 1, II. I lull ?V Co., in the
office of the Librarian of Congress, at Wash
$20. TUE BECK WITH $20.
PORTABLE FAMILY SEWING
ON THIRTY DAYS' TRIAL,
With Strength mid capacity Equal to any, tlc~
gardles* uf t 'out.
riM IK ( loth-Plate is the size used by a $100
? Machine is of Polished Plated Steel. At
tachments of proportionate size and (pinltty,
while Iho entire Machine has corresponding
finish throughout. Braider, Kmbroider, Guide,
Hemmer, Gatherer, lour sizes of Needles, tic.,
are given with every Machine.
NO TOII.SOMK TllF.AD OF TMK TRKADf.E,
Every Machine Can felly Tested and fhlly
BKCKWITII SEWING MACHINE CO.
Near 17ih St. and Union Stpiare, 852 Broad
way, N. Y.
July 17, 1S73 22
MAUKE 1' REPORT,
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
aSOSEXiXSY & CROOK
QRANGEBUBQ COTTC& MARKET
Cotton?Sales during tho week 2 lahp.
Ordinary, - - - - 10 @ 10}
Good Ordinary, - - -11? 114
Low Middling, - - - 12 ? 12}
Strict Middling, - - - 13 ? 13}
Bacon Hams : : lb 12 ? 21
" Sides : : " 9} ? 13
Lard : : " 14 ?
Corn : : : : bus 75 ? 85
Peas ::::?' 70 ? 80
Oat* : aeed : : " 1 25 ?.
Flour - : : : : cwt 5 50 ?6 15
Fodder . : : " 1 25 ?1 50
Rough Rico : : M 90 ? 1 00
Butter : : : : lb 35 ? 60
Eggs, : : : : doz 20 ? 22c
Turkeys : : : pr 1 75 ?2 00
Gees? : ; : : " 1 00 ?1 25
Fowls, i t per doz. 3.50 ? 5.00
Bees^Vax . : : : lb 22 ? 25
Bocf : : " 10 ? 12
Tallow : . : " S ? 10
Pkulcrs : : per bushel 1 10?1 20
BRICKS ! I
^HE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Infc .'ins the public that he is now prepared to
furnish BRICKS in any quantity. All orders
will meet prompt attention.
J. C, EDWARDS,
may 1 73 ly
IK CA! H (UFTS,
To bo distributed by the
UNJTEI> STATES PRIZE
OF NEW YORK.
A PRIZE FOR EVERY TICKET.
1 Cash Gift SI00,000
0 Cash Gifts 50,000
12 Cash Gifts 25,000
20 Casli Gifts 5,000
75 Cash Gift?, 91,000
300 " ?? 500
200 " " 200
550 " " 100
400 Cold Watches 75 to 300
275 Sewing Machines 60 to 150
*WEIOgruiT Pianos f each 260 td 700
60 MclodeotiH " 60 to 200
Cash Gifts, Silver Ware, etc., valued at 1,500,000
A chance to draw any of the above prizes for
25 cents. Tickets describing Prizes are sealed
in Envelopes and well mixed. <bi receipt of
25 cents a sealed ticket is drawn without choice
and sent by mail to any address. The prize
named upon it will he delivered tu the ticket
holder on payment of one did lor. Prizes are
immediately Rent to any address by express or
Von will know what your prize is before you
pay for it. Any prize exchafged for another
of the s.-.mc value. No blanks. Our patrons
can depend on fair dealing.
Opinions of the Press.?Fair dealing can be
relied on.?N. Y. Herald, Aug. 23. A genu
ine distribution.?World, Sept. 9. Not one of
the humbugs of the day?Weekly Tribune, Ju
ly 7. They give general satisfaction.?Stoats
Zeitung, Aug. 5.
RKFBitKXCES.?By kind permission we refer
to the following: -Franklin S. Lane, Lcwis
vilh* drew $13,000. Miss Hattie Banker,
Charleston^ $0,000. Miss Louisa T. Blake, St.
Paid, Piano, $700. Samuel V. Raymond,
Boston, $5.500. Eugene P. Braekett, Pittsburg,
Watch, $3000. Miss Annie Osgood, New Or
len?, $500. Emory L. Pratt, Columbus, Ohio,
One cash gift in every package of 150 tickets
guaranteed. 5 tickets for $1.00; 11, for $2.00;
?J5 for $3.00; 50 for $5.00; 150 for $15.
Agents wanted, to whom we oll'er liberal in
ducements nnd guarantee satisfaction'
//OLMES, HALE & CO.,
20 Platt St., New York.
HAMS, ' BACON, &c,
At very low prices.
SMOK ED SIDES ; SHOULDERS, FAMILY
Hams, bought low and to he sold low.
Also, a general supplv of SUGARS. COFFEE,
FLOUR, &c., at
< THE MARKET STREET STORE.
Appreciating the tightness of money matters,
I am resolved to oiler my goods at the most
moderate prices, and will receive PRODUCE
at fairest market rates in exchange.
Wheat, Rye and Oats Seed on band
JOHN A. HAMILTON
May 20, 1873 15 tf
EALER IN AND REPAIRER OF
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, ?c.
All work left with me over twelvemonths
will bo sold for expenses.
March 13, 1M7-') 4 tf
T. B, BOY?,
RESPECTFULLY CALLS THE ATTEN
tion of tlio citirena of Orangeburg and vi
cinity to the fact that he has just opened
A. SHOE STORE.
Next door to Cornelson's; in which mar be
found a stock of BOOTH and SHOES, which
have been selected from manufacturers, ex
pressly to suit HARD TIMES, both as regards
Sunlitics and prices. Hn onlvnsksan exami
ation of his stock before purchasing clscwherct
Nov. 13, 1873 3D ly
/s ".OF.. .. ... .
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 nnd
expecting tbo balance of it very soon, we can
ofler 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 Hair on hand, or
made of any required sire.
done promptly, carefully and at reasonable
GIRARDEAir & CO.
sept. 25. 1S73 32 Urn
AUW AND OMNGEBURG
Slao of Assignee In Bankruptcy,
At Aiken, S. C.
BY VIRTUE of nn 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 thY snid
court for said district, will be sold ut ?
Free From Liens and Incumhranecs of
Creditors of the Bankrupt,
at the Court House door in the town and
county of Aiken, and Statelof South Car
olina, on the first Monthly in December
next, l?73, a certain portion of the Es
tate of Michael O'Dowd, bankrupt, *.o
wit: Acertain tract of land, with im?\
proveinonts thereon, situated in the said
county of Aiken, formerly Orangehurg
district, containing two thousand and
fifty nine'acres (2,050) acres, more or
less, on the north side of the Edisto River,
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, 18G2,
being same land conveyed to said
O'Dowd, by L. A. Culler, Executor of
Casper Staley, by deed datod 23d De
And by virtue of the snme order, will
be Bold, at public outcry.
Free From Liens and Incumbrances of
Creditor? of the Bankrupt,
at the same time and place, a certam
other portion of the bankrupt's estate to
wit: A certain plantation in thesaid
Orangcburg 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 Goouland swamp, bounded by
lands of Porter. Winnit gham, Martin
and Allen Corbitt, Ileatbingtdn, Friday
and other lauds, and another tract con-j
taining forty lour (44) actcs more or le.-s
adjoining the last foresuid tract, lands of
said Winninghnm, Mary and Allen Por
ter. The two last tracts "conveyed to M.
O'Dowd by .1. II. Morgan.
Terms, as per order cash.
JOHN T. SHEWMAKE.
Assignee of M. O'Dowd, Bankrupt.
Nov. 13, 1873 30 3t
A I) V E UT ISE M E N T.
rilBIC Stringency of money require* me to sell
I JL exclusively for cash, until all old accounts
are settled; aftci that time I am willing to
render all accommodation possibly to custom
ers. I tender my thanks to all who have set
tled their accounts ; and earnestly request those
who have not, t<? do so at once, as I have al
ready performed my part of the contract.
\ erv Respectfully
F. II. W. BRIGGMANN.
Nov. 20, 1873 -10 It
MOSES M. BROWN,
MARKET STREET, ORANGEBURG, S. C.,
(next uooa to Straus a Street's mill.)
HAVING permanently located in the town,
woidd respect fidlv solicit the patronage of
the citizens' Every efVort will be used to give
Juno 18, 1873 18 ly
OFFICE OP SECURITY LIFE^N8URANCJ3 '*
AND ANNUITY CO-, OP N. Y.,
Ko. 40 ?road Street Charleston.
It luiYing been brought to the notice of*
the General Agent of this Company, for thof
Stales of North and South Carolina, that
some parties, with a m?he, which can only
be surmised, hnvc been propagating, will?
grcnt industry, through Orangeburg anal
the adjourning Counties, a report that Tin**'
COMPANY HAD FAILED, bo deems U -
proper to publish the payments, of the last ji
two years, and to add, that, because tbo
investments of tho Company are largely
in Securities, which liave risen since the
panic, the Company is stronger than ever.
In 1872, tho payment on losses in South
Carolina amounted to $28,500; among
which.was pno on.the life of G. I). Kettt,
und another on that or Jaby Weeks, both
well known in Orangeburg, each for $10?
In 1873, February 8th, -oa life of G. E.
Stcinmycr $10,000: May 20th, ou Rev. F. B.
Davis $2000; May 2Gth on life of Rochael
A.A. Bice, "Grahams" $1000; on July 12th
John Watson $4000;'Aug. 15thon.1 irSchulo'
$3,C00; G AMU EL ST HOCK $2000; Jobu It.
MilHaua. ??id' <to hi? wifo l?th Nor. *-18T8
$1000; and on tbe same day, tbo Company
offered to- pay another $1000, which Mr.
Milhous took out for a minor child; but tho
payments had to be postponed until a
Guardian can bo'appointed.
General Agent for tho States of North
and South Carolina.
nov 22 1873 It ?
IN Tllf. ? OMMON PLEAS,
William C. Hand and John K. H.ine plaintiffs
against Oeorge Boliver, as administrator,
of the Kstate of William C- Coter, de
. consul, John J. Jackson, Mary A Weeks,
wife of H. Weeks, Anna Toter. Sarah
P'riy, wifeof Jacob Friy. Martha 'Weath
er-duo, wife of James \V- Wcathersbio.x
Thomas L. Cofer and M. K. Cofer, defend
Copy Snmmous for Relief (Complaint not
TO THE defendant* Thomas L. Cofer and
M. K. Cofer:
"TS,Tou are hereby summoned and,required to
X answer the complaint in this action, Which
is filed in the office of the CleVk of the Court
of Common Pleas for the said County, and to
serve a Cony of your answer on the subscri
bers, at their Office at Orarigefeirg Court
house So. Ca. within twenty day* alter the
service of this summons on you exclusive of
the day of service, nnd if you fail to answer
the complaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiffs will apply to the Court lor the Ue
liefdemanded in the - omplai'it.
Dated at Orangeburg October 21si 1S73.
DKirevillc ?*c Wlinlev
To Thomas L. Cofer und M, K. ColVr. de
fendants above named:
T;i :c im?!ice That the summons and Com
plaint, herein, vcie liled in tin- office of the
t'lci '.< of the oart of f 'onmion Pleas for t u>
^aihjohurg ? 'mmiy. at t >ningcburg .South C ir
olina ??? the 2lst ?! iv ofOeTol>cr 1873.
ID :TRKVILLE? .Wll \ 1.1 Y
Obetoer 22sl IS'73.
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