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THE ORANGEBURG TIMES,
ORANGEB?RG, S. C, DEC. 18,1873.
. E@? Mr.-. Kirk.. RoniNsoto is authorized to
ipllect and receipt for advertisements and sub
scriptions to the Tinup.
iTO)H>I>l TOWN 'DIRECTORY.
Mayor?Jbab W. Moseley?
Clerk?T. D. Wolfe.
Treasurot-^B. WiUwmson. .,.
Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. V. llar
ley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfo.
: %,) at IT, A. M? and at 7J, P: M.' Dp I.
' c ?. ???
. Baptist Church?-Services every Sabbath. (Pa
,) at 11; A. M?
t/resBytcrianChurch;?Servh^bs At 11 A. M?>
. ani.4 P. M?Sabbath Schotti' at &1 A. M.~
fcrayc'r meeting ThVirsdftV afternoon at 4 o'cm'JK
VuV. J. T>. A-. BroXvh, Evangelist.
Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st
and 8d; Sontbvys. Scrvr-, nt fi a. M., 'and 4
P. M. Sabbath ScIl0ol 9J a. M.
Methodist Cliurch?Services at 11 A. M.
-iapd7i P*M. . Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
rRev. P, Auld, Pastor.
Lutheran (3raTch--Snbbath School at 9 A.
3)r P. a. Dantzler, Superintendent.
'.I ? . _
t)rnng8burg Mail Arrangement.
Mforfhern, Western and Closes.
Charleston. 11 A.M.
?Columbia. 1 P. M.
Office hours from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sundays
W. E. WILLIAMS, P. M.
? ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
DAT TRAINfl." - - ? PAY TRAINS.
"Down - - - li 30 A.M. Down - - - - 7.50 A.M.
IUp - - - - 1.54 P. M. Up-12,42 P. M.
NIGHT TRAIL'S ' NIGHT TRAINS.
Down - - - 11.52 P.M. Down - - - 0.13 P.M
Up.2.03 A. M.'Up.5.31 A. M
s may chnnge
must be sent
s of Rough
sat J. A. Hamil
. .There will le a meeting of this Grange
to ilny, lit \\\is usual place.
Mit. ?S. K. Mollicruuhp's card will ap
pear in oui next, infoJ.Tiing the public
of his School to be opened in January.
B@uTlic subscriber will ship cotton to
^Charleston or, Now York, subject to or
}er of Owners.
JOHN A. HAMILTON.
The Lutheran Congregation expect
to have its services on Sunday next
(21st) at the Presbyterian Chinch. Rev
?G. A Hough will officiate.
The Rev A Pope Norris has accepted
the chargo of the Baptist Church for
the coming Year. Mr Norris's services
will be gratefully appreciated.
The Granges, and the Agricultural
Association, nro invited to confer with
Capt. K. Melchers of Charleston on the
Subject of Immigration. Not a day is to
The Rev W. 11. Fuller will officiate
on Sunday next in this Church. We
lenm that the Congregation hopes to
purchase a sito for a Pnrfonngc, immcdi
.ately adjoining the Church.
Wo are informed that the incumbent
?o'fthis office, is, and hm been absent for
several weeks, at Columbia and other
places not within range of his functions.
The cause of this absence is a deficiency
in his official money matters which
by order of the Court was to bo supplied
or the penalty of imprisonment would be
deficiency is still on dock
^forced, xu* - " * nullily
,et aud the order oftheCou
VkYbcre's tbc eoroucr?
The Mends of Mrs Sarah M. Math
ows relict of William Mathews Esq late
.of Charleston, wi}l bo pained to learn of
the ' decease of this estimable lady,
Which occured on Monday au the resi
dence of her neice Mrs S. B. Mc Boo of
Greeville S. C.
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Dont put off.
Mrs. Thos W. Albergotti ? requests all
customers who intend sending him cakes
of any description to bo baked for the
Christmas Holidays, not to delay till the
last moment, but to Send early, bo that
none may bo disappointed. Our's shall
go early I f
A Ornament ^\\\ bo had nt Bam
berg on Lue 2Gth. An invitation is ex
tended to the young men of Orangeburg
t? ride. The list closes on Saturday the
20th Apply to F M Wsnuaraaker Her
ald. A fine time is expected. The pub
lic generally are invited.
On Saturday night a crowd of rowdies
made tho night hideous, and rendered
tho interference of the Polico both effec
tive and timely. Level Pauling,
Charles Forrest, Cajsar James and a
white man named Cunningham were
arrested. The latter was trying to dis
turb the quiet of a lone womau's house
The panic has not stopped tho steady
building up of our Town, which has
been going on for the past year or two
We notice that Drs Burton & Lcgare
have finished a neat Office on Market
Street, and that Dr Oliveros i3 getting
ready to build a very pretty residence
on Russell Street. Many small build
ings are being put up oil tho outskirts
Qn.SalJiuJaj' nipper looking Ouslomor
wasdeen about our Streets. It was af
terwards ascertained that he hnd a dark
hay horse for sale "which ho had fre
quently offered to various colored per
sons. On Saturday he left for parts ?n
known, and detective Hicks of Churl;s
ton fjllowed closely on his tracks. The
fugitive hnd stolen the horse, and thus
far had evaded arrest.
Messrs. Heyward & Mellichamp
Have been holding a public examina
tion at their school since Tuesday, which
will be closed to-morrow. The classes in
Latin under Mr. Hey ward passed a very
creditable examination, and those yester
day examined by Mr. Mellichamp in
Mathematics did the greatest credit to
their instructor. To-day the classes in
Composition, and othor English brandies
will be examined, and tho public nro in
vited to attend. This school should be
largely patronized by our citizens?it
combines advantages rarely offered in a
town tho size of Orangeburg. Wc pro
pose to refer to this subject, soon, at
It is humiliating and painful in the
extreme, to know that the peace of night
is so often disturbed by a party of
thoughtless,(if not malicious youths)who
for want of more profitable employment,
indulge in the disgraceful work of pulling
down palings and removing gntes. If it
is any satisfaction to these architects of
of their own disgrace, we hint that they
are strongly suspected, if not assuredly
known. Our growing lads -will learn a
lesson, und steer clear of companions,
who having little to lose, arc footfalls to
the unwary associate. It is earnestly hop
ed that we may be spared tho record of
such indecencies in the future.
An Evening with the Passions
Mr J Prcscott Eldridgo will present a
rare intentuinmcnt at the Elliott Hall
on tho evenmg of tho 19th. His dolin
cation of the passions is said to be w on
derful. Who would not see tho fawn
ing devilish Fagin, in contrast <vith the
raving Hamlet. Jno B Cough, whoso
opinion is Standard says" ho is remark
abiein tho portrayal of.the varied?con
tortions of the face, under the influence
of the passions. Go and there :
'"'Where thousand monsters wait
Grief weeps, and vengence bellows in tho gate
Base want, low fear, aud famine's lawless rago
And pale Disease, and slow repining Ago
j Fierce formidable fiends, tho portal keep
Pain, Toil, Death, and Death's half brother
Go early, secure seats. A full bouse is
Shop lifter arrested.
On Thursday last while the clerks of
Mr G. H. Oornelsor; were busy, one of
them observed a bright colored negro
Waning nffectionatliy against a loosopauo
of ono of the show' cubcs. Shortly after
the negro disappeared, and a revolvor
was missed. Pursuit was instituted by
Marshal "Wolfe who found tho man on
Russell St. He made a desperate resis
tance, and in proof of his innocence of
fered to whip ono or both of the Mar
shals present. A rap on his knuckles
rendered those scientific knobs tender on |
the subject of further practice. The pis
tol was found behind a chimney where
bo bad thrown it and tho matter being
referred to a trial justice, the negro was
put in Jnil. Ho iB from one of the
ncigbborgin cities and is a penitentiary
bird lately loosed by the Governor.
Our Advertising List.
The ''Times" is caref ully scanned each
week by a very large, and friendly pub
lic. They aro invited to run over our
list of patrons, for whom wo may saj-,
that anxious to serve, aud able to satisfy,
they offer a lin? 'Of goods, varied fresh
and at lowest prices. -~
Dr. A. C Dukes informs us of the early
arrival ofSauta-Claus. "From the top
of the porch to the top of tho Avail" .opw
dash nway,Cdash away, dash away all."
Mr. Jo3. McNaiuara is prepared to
answer with panic prices, the nlarming
reduction scares only- -?
Moss. Kohn & Bro. arc at the .front
waiting on evcryouo who buy for cash.
Huge stock at low rates.
Mess. J. W. Patrick & Co. are offering
their stock at panic prices.
Mr. C. D. Kortjobn, prompt, courte
ous and wide awake, see for yourself.
Mr. J. S. Albergotti, keeps up a large
stock at the railroad store. Ho is not to
Mr F. H W. Briggmanu, Russel St. is
as usual stocked, for a run, the more you
crowd him tho bettor ho likes it.
Mess. Bull, Scovill & Pike, liko wine,
improve with age. They nro ready
with heavy stock to serve their friends.
Mess Moselcy & Crook, are not to be
outdone in the race for favor, and they
know how to please.
Mr. Gco, Cornelson, with his handsome
stock invites an inspection "no trouble to
Mr. Kirk Robinson, is filled up with
Christmas gift books &c. There is many
a pretty present on bis shelves.
Mr- F. Ezokiel, is on the watch. His
jewelry and fancy goods are apropos for
Mr. Jno. A. Hamilton, advertizes a
full line of holiday goods. Read aud
Mrs. T. W. Albergotti is always ready
to fill Christmas orders. Everything nice
and fresh there.
Mr. T. B. Boyd, has a shoe stock for
"bard times" the quality of his goods and
prices are for tcndoi pockets and feet.
I Mess Girardoau & Co, are filled up
I with handsome furniture, call in and se
lect from their stock.
Mr. Simmons, thinks a Sewing Machine
is a good X mns gift.
Dr. F. J. Olivcros advertises building
lots, in his spaco, but wo think bo is up
with holiday demand.
Our Charleston, Baltimore and New
York, friends must lay over with the list
of Lawyers, Doctors, Iusuranco agents
&c, until the "yulo feast" is passed. To
one and all a happy a merry Christmas.
WANTED?500 BUSHELS OF
Uougb Rice, at highest cash Prices at J.
I A. Hamilton's Store.
'?Now is the winter of out discontent
made glorious," by our houses being
made warm and comfoi table, having- b&
curedgood Dpors, Shashes aud Blinds,
Marble ? and Marblcized slate Mantel
Pieces from the great southern Builders'
Emporium. To thoso now sufTcring cold
from faulty doors and broken sashes, <&c,
we say order at onco from Messers I. H?
Hall & Co., Charleston, s. C. They are
also agents for Asbestos' Roofing Pelt
and Lath which is superior to tin, and
particularly desirable for roofs of all
kinds, for salo at manufacturers prices. ;
CONSIGNEES PUR EXPRESS
J J Woodard,
' J R Vaughn'
Girarueau & Co,
Rev G A Hough,
W P Avers,
W W M Dantzler,
J A Dukes,
"W P Glaze,
J C Rast,
D W Sbuler,
S W Cannday
S E Bozard,
Izlar & Dibble,
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
MOSELEIT & CROOK
ORANGEBURG COTTON MARKET.
Cotton?Sales during the week 376 bales.
Ordinnrv, - - -? - 11? 12
Good Ordinary, - - 12 ? 12
Low Middling, - / - - 12| @ 131
Strict Middling, - - - 13}? 14$
Bacon Hams : : " ft 21
" Sides :. : , ? * 9J ? 13
75 ? 85
70 @ 80
1 25 ?
4 50 ?5 75
1 25 ($1 50
90 ? 1 00
35 ? J50
20 ? 22c
1 50 ?2 00
: , . " 1 00 ?1 25
per dor. 3.50 ? 5.00
: lb 22 @ 25
: " 10 ? 12
" 8 ? 10
per bushel 1 10?1 20
APINK ASSORTMENT OF GOODS
suitable for the holidays. TOY and GIFT
BOOKS. China Clips, Toilet Setts, Yoses,Motto
Murk ; also a variety of Toys, and Fireworks.
Call and examine my stock before making
your purchases. 'KIHK ROBINSON.
J. S Albergotti's Store
Comer Russell Street nud
Rail Road Avenue.
Has in Store a well selected Stock of Grace?
. ries for Sale at reduced prices. Parties
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.
B8X,. Goods delivered, free of charge.
Jan. 1, 1873 11 ly
1111K Stringency of money requires me to sell
. exclusively for cash, until all old accounts
are settled ; aftei 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, to do so at once, as I have al
ready performed my part of the contract.
*\ cry Respectfully
F. H. W. BRIGGMANN.
Nov. 20, 1S73 40 ' It
RE-OPENS January 5, 1871. Session ends
in October. Vacation in winter. Thor
ough instruction in all departments; including
book-keeding and Modern Languages. Boys
prepared for College classes or business. Ex
perienced Teachers. Board 10 00, to 12 00.
Tuition moderate. A pleasant summer
home. Send for catalogue to Cokesburv, S. C.
Rev. GKO. W. ROUND, A.M.
Dec. 4, 1S73 42 1m
t:ie home shuttle
Y? BEST, Because it is perfect in its work
Because it has tho endorsement of so
many ladies who use it; because it is simple,
and because it can be bought complete on table
for only ?37,00.
JOHN A. HAMILTON.
Agent for II. 8. S. Machine,
march 6, 1S73 tf
Has arrived and is holjS&xi^^jS^i^
.mi OC ,il t|
Dr. A. C. DUKES' Drtfgr .Stores,,, - ^Chdl
at once and see the splendid* it
? .<! ,vr.l,....hX? A-Vi
ment of Christmas TOYS, "
Bought to pleas^e the ' CMdEe?&A
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tl(Ulh9*Iiow' Rji cniflj
Li? J?od tMfl juifoff
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fu? lol h?
?SF* Call and satisfy yourself that I am ia earnest.,-, : a lounol
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? i mo '(jl btia?ilnil
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RUINOUS REDUCTIONS! 1?GREAT EXCITEMENT AT 0?HB>iE8?#
? ? Italy > viinl ud o| hjae
Ii AR DRY GOODS STORE. OP -1 .?i] ?m dhow
LT-'t ? ?_ aisduoZ? eUil'i' .,?::!' '
i '' in" 1 J?N5'.Mil 'tit nfdltfC
"We are receiving goods from the PANIC SALES;atfNewftf
ing goods'of every description at a mere song.
BEST 8PBAGUE PBINTB
THE GREAT BREAK HAS COME1!?*
s !,.. ?? spin j-)i:z?j ouj ah
JUST IN?PRINTS AT 10 CENTS A YARD, together ?Itoo?gj , great
Bargains. If you want goods, get your money's worth. It wilt pttvjjm mjfU w
spend your time and money at ' ' ^
V i . ? hy.il I .t! w;
v T. KOHN & BROTHERS - 11
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?. ;: !..*', L?ll;>>i Ikfuorfn
.1 Dttrj?a ftii.ii tor>no
Between Dr. Oliveros und MrTSr Oldendorff.
Nov. 5,1873 i 38 a?;n?iO adT lycm
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FOR- SALE. ,u -it
dOfJnifKX^A '?>**?* to
TilltEE (.1) Dcirahlc building lots; each measuring 34J running feet, and in djepth ov?f
300 feet. Being suitably located on Russell Street, opposite the store of?lr. C. 3X KORTJOHK,
it being one of the principal business streets of Orangcburg. The said lota can bo negotiated'for
either singly or as one parcel. 1 ' "a
The buildings on the premises arc to bo reserved, and tlmo grattteft to haVe thbrt Tetftov^
or the said buildings can bo purchased singly or as ?a whole. TeiW'^asti?li?i^^'*F?r
particulars inquire of ; <'i. ?*!iorf
E. J. OLIVER(IS,'7
AT DRUG 8&$Blnl*
ALSO, 167J acres wooded land, five miles from town of Orangeburg. 1 ; oilt
Feb. 27, 1873, 2 jy |;f[
? it, ? >mi ---it* :->ty.L -u|T
1 . 111.1!1! It Jill !lW
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TO SUIT THE TIMES?
i -}.-?' j ?; f m^uttfuixo
J. W, PATRICK & CO.
in i'. ' litiJprtn r>df
FOR CASH, ,;,,!,-:,
Aro closing out tlieir entire fetoclii of* '
L Id -h r.
BOOTS und SHOESs
NOTIONS, <t<c, &c:
LADIES' KII> GLOVES-BEST MAKE?VERY CHEAP}
ii i on 1? q no , W. PATRICK & ? CO., ,
March 20, 18/3 2? ly Riesel I Street, Orangcburg, S, C.