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HE OMN.GEBTJKG TIMES.
ORANGEBURG, S. C, FEB. 19. 1874.
Fleet und receipt for advertisements nnd sub
lptions to tho Times.
May?r?Joab W. Mosclcv.
[Clerk?T. D. Wolfe.
L'lci!su ret ?B. W i R i n niBon.
Jdcrmen?Henry Washington, J. P. liar?
]}. Williamson,'T. D. Wolfe.
'"Baptist Church?Services firstSunday evening
*[d tho second . nnd fourth Sundays, morning
d evening. Rev. A. P. Norris, Pastor.
. Pmayterion Church*?Scrvicca at 11 A. M.,
and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9J A. M.?
Pr?y?r mooting Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
tier. J. Brown, 3ivungcli?i.
Church of tho Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st
mid 3d Sundays. Servos at 11 A. M., and 4
. M. Sablmth School OjJ A. M.
Methodist Church-?Services at 11 A. M.
and 74 P(, %. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
Rtr. F. AuTd, Pastor:
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A,
Dr P. A. Dantzler. Superintendent.
Orangobnrg Mail Arrangement.
Northern, Western and Closes.
Charleston ...... 11 A. M.
Columbia. 1 P. M.
Ofiico hours from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sundays
W. E. WILLIAMS, P. M.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
DAT TRAINS. i DAY TRAINS.
Down - - - li "JO A. M.IDown - - - - 7."?(i A. M.
Up - - - - 1.54 P. SL Up - - - - 12,42 P. M.
NIOIIT TIIAC"8 N1UHTTRAINS.
Down - - - 11 VM\ M; Down - - - <>.ia P. M
Up.2.yi: A. M.'Up.?..31 A. M
Contract aits ertiscrs may .change
monthly. Every change must bo sent
in by Monday noon.
.Sec advertisement of Phoenix iron
works of Charleston.
1 ho town Council have commenced work
<m litistcll Street.
~ i-iee udvcrtisui.ciit of Mr. A. F: Ott,
for a lost pocket book.
Toolh Paste has reappeared in our
liudbt and has brought along a Wheel of
Fortune to bim.
The rank null file of tho VTiME3,,> are
ho::* red witli tickets complhnentry of j
Uie Young Americas more in due time;
' ?. -'C Mi i ;
"Moses's lcctr.ro on Religion" was a
clean theft of l)r. Hall's sermons. The
base creature gave it almost verbatim in
the language of the author.
Messrs Moseley, Crook & Copes have
just retcived 50 Tons of the celebrated
E. Frank Coca Phosphate, this Phosphate
has been used with unparalelled success.
The Treasurer of the Presbyterian
Church acknowlegcs tho receipt of 810,
which will he appropriated as requested
hv "a Friend."
XSext week the races will come off, we
look for n spicy letter from our correspon
dent A. Snodgrass (C. C. Carrcro Es<j)
on the subject.
The Oraiigeburg Agricultural, and
Mechanical Association meets on Satur
tlnynt the Fair building. Eunch and
wine may be expected. The Times will
be fully represented there.
i All whose subscription expires with
r this number will find a red cross murk on
the margin of the paper. Those who wlalt
^ their subscription renewed will com up
I at onco and settle.
Tbc game as seen on Saturday, und in
which many participated was as deinoiN
alizing as it-was open. A public stand;
and open sale of chances, with an occasion*
al winning card led ninny to invest to
the infinite delight of tho seller. Wo do
nounce this vs a reproach to our town
and nope tho Town Council will check
- oll such open street gambling.
A valuable communication on the sub
ject of the Orangeburg Agricultural and
Mecbauical Association stock, is omitted
this week.on account of a communication
from another friend which is in advance j
of it. The letter v> ill appear in our next.
Orchard and Garden Seeds.
See tlio advertisement of Messrs
Edward J. Evans & Co York Penn. who
offer unusual inducements to purchasers,
Their seeds are carefully put up and are
bound to give satisfaction, Give them a
Our sympathy is extended to the be
reaved bouse of Mr. T. C. Hubbel, on
accouut of tbo sorrow they sustain in
the death of little Frank Myers, The
funeral of the little fellow was largely
attended on Sunday inst by both oid and
Rail Road Avenue and Russell Street.
Mr. J. S. Alborgottiis nt his old stand,
siill attending to customers who throng
bis store to buy groceries &c, at such low
prices, and all exclaim 'bow can be sell
so cheap?' The reason is that be makes a
speciality of groceries and provisions and
is able to sell at such a seeming sacrifice*
? ? ?i ?
Dr. A. 0. Bukes.
Tbo Docter has on band a cboico lot
of segars, if you don't believoit;? nsk
Sberod Reever, who attends that depart
ment; be is a good judge of segars, and
would not sell you an inferior article. Dr
Dvtkes also has a largo assortment oi
drugs, medicines &c;, of the purest kind.
The "Rull Swamp" roa? is in a sorry
plight. From the bill bear Mrs Andrews'
gate beyond the bridges over Caw Caw,
it is n slush. The. travel on the road i?
very large, und the destruction of vehicles
and horse flcsb must be great. On be
half of ibe citizens living on this road we.
put in a plea.
Death of E. 0. Tharin.
On Friday inst the deceased died at bis
residence "Poplar Spring1' at the age of
sixty six. Mr. Tharin was a native of
Charleston and for nearly 18 years held
the position of flour infpector in that
City. Hj8 declining health induced him
to seek the retirement of tbo country, and
after a stay of eleven month') he fell under
a stroke of apoplexy,'His remains were
buried in the cemetery of the Episcopal
Church. A large number of friends
attended tbo funeral.
The 7th Anniversary
Of the Young America Fire Engine
Co. On the twenty fourth the Young
America's will celebrate their seventh,
anniversary rind as both Fire Companies
are going to parade we may expect some
thing that wil} help to enliven these dull
times. Roth companies wish to decorate
their aparatus with flowers <fec. The atten
tion of the ladies is respectfully called
lo the large assortment of colored tissue
paper at Mr. Robinson's Rook Store.and
nil favors, in the shape of artificial Flow
ers wreaths &c, will be gratefully received
by Mrssrs W. K. Crook, C. D Kortjobn
W. C. McMicbael Frank Briggmann and
J. M. Brunson, on behalf of the Young
I Americas, and by Messrs. Wannamaker
j Bull and Smoke, on the pnrt of the
Elliott Hook and Ladder Company.
Facts worth knowing! One of the bes
indications of the South, and prosperity of
Charleston, is to be found at the Estub
lishiuenl of Messrs J. II. Hall <& Co.,
located at Nos. 2, 4, l>, 8 Market St., 223
& 225 East Ray. The rapidly increasing
business last year of this firm, has indu
ced them to enlarge their Establishment,
which now supplies every conceivable
article that can be required in the build
ing of a house, from a baluster to any
size timber. Our friends inthe City, and
throughout the Stato who contemplate
building a bouse; can be supplied with
the materials necessary for its construc
tion, af prices and quality of work which
will save iv largo por< titago in tbo cost
of building. They are Agents for As
bestos' Roofing Felt, endorsed by some
of^bebest firms in tbo country. Send
for price list and circulars.
Sends your order? for Doors Sash
und Blinds to tbo Southern Houso of Gco.
S. 1lacker of Charleston S. C. Mr I
Ransdale of our Town is the author
ised agent for this Hot >,
Mr EDrroitr?Now, that the tide of
immigration seems to ho commencing to
How into other parts of thcState, may it
laCt he \v<dl ftw i lie f?riiiers i;i Oi'?iigebu rg
County to consider what they can do in
this all important mutter. (
An agency has been established in Now
York under tbo superintendence of Til
man R. Gaines to which, if tho N. Y.
Sun is correct, fhero arc unfortunately
If this is so, in view of tho importance
of tbo subject, public scnlimeut should
be directed against it,
Tbo people of South Carolina ought to
know tbat.if they bring in immigrauU as
laborers alone, tboy are not introducing
an clement as inharmonious as the one
they already have.
The only way to make tbo new comer
assist us in advancing the interests of
the State, agrlcuiiv.rnlly and poiiiicaliy.is
to make him feel that be is ouo of us
by^givinghim an merest in the soil equal
with ourselves ns land owners.
There is an abundance of good Innd in
Orangcburg County for the settlement of
nno or two thousand, and money enough
too to loau them for a few years. No|
investment would pay us belter. Ail
that is ncccssnry is combination, and
unity of action and sentiment.
Ono condition is deplorable, and if we
wish to relievo it, wo must either get men
to immigrate, or we may bo forced to
Everything else has been tried and
failed. Let the people of Orangeburg
County meet together at once, and estab
lish an Immigration society.
Mr. Editor, will you endorse next sales
day as the time of meeting?
Mr. Editor:?The regular quarterly
meeting of the Orangeburg Agricultural
?Society will take placo next Saturday,
2l3tinst. I hope the the meeting will be
a full one, as subjects of much interest
will be discussed to the farmer, Ono of
the most important, will bo Immigration.
Whilst nearly every County in thefate
is moving in this matter Orangc
burg is, in a manner doing nothing. I
hope at the coining meeting, some practi
cal measure will be adopted, by which
white Immigrants will be induced to come
among us, and aid us to get rid of the
intolerable government which is eating
?up our substance, and grinding .us to
Office ortjik OnA-Naidimtq Times.
Ordinary, - - - - 11 C 12
Good Ordinary, - -- 12 (" !:'.
Low Middling", - - \'.\\ ?
Strict Middling, - 11! ?
Bacon Ibmis : : 11) 12} ? 18
" Sides : : ? 11 ? 12}
Lard : : " " 12} ?
Corn. : : : : bus 1 00 ? 110
Peas : : : : " 80 ? 85
Oats : seed : : " 1 25 ? 1 GO
Flour : : : : cwi -i 75 ?0 00
Fodder : : : ? I 20 ?
Ivo ay h Rice : : "1 ?0 ? 1 35
Bu?rur : : : : lb 30 ? 50:
Egga : : : : do* 15c @
Turkeys : : : pr 1 00 ? 150
Gcchc : : . : : " 1 00 ? 1 25
Fowls, : : ? per doz. 3.50 perdoz.
Bees Wux : : : lb 23 ?
Beef : : " 10 ? 12
TaMow : . : " 8 ? 10
Finders : : per bushel 1 55? 1 35
T. B, BOYD'S
One door west of Cornclson'H, has the Largest
and Cheapest Stock of Bool's and SHOES
ever offered for Bale in Or.mr
AI-SO A FIJI.I. .-/I'd CK OF
FA M l LY GROCERIES,
CANDIES, SIX;AR-, TOBACCO Ac.
The above good.-, will besohl 10the purchaser
and hard times. All lie Wishes is a fall and
a Fnlf trial before purchasing elsewhere.
Nov. 13, 1878 :;t) . lv
SAVl) YOUR TIME AND MONEY.
HAVING SECURED the right to sell
CLARKE'S PATKNT PORTABLE
Kail anil Plank fence in this County, I will
put up a sample of the Fence at Oraagoburg
Oi IL; on Monday, (Sale.--l>ay) and v.ould in
vite tho planters of the Comity to examine the
jwincj as 1 am salts fled it combine.-: all the ad
vantage* to Bavo time, and money. Either tho
plantation or ?tock fence is proof against, wind,
flood or Block' 1 will go to any parr of (ho
County to put up a sample, ami instruct any
one purchasing tho rigid bow to build the
Fence. Liberal lortha will be ofterod to Gr?ti
ges, Persons wishing to communicate can do
bo, by addressing mo at i'.owc's Pump Post
Oflice, Onmgcburg Countv, S. <
- JUDE RiQBiNSO^J Agent.
Nov. 27, 1373 41 3m
On %leday last in the town of Orange
burg ?tfJRussell Street eoutaining forty
or fifty dollars iu Greenbacks and two
/one against II. II. Murph, and ono
titied not to trade for the above notes. A
reward ol ten dollars will bo paid for tho
said money and notc3. Leave at Times
office. A. F. OTT.
OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER |
Oit.\ woeuuro, S. C, February 0, 1374. J
?The TIME for the Collection of Taxes has
been Extended until March 7th, 1874, without
I will be at the following places for the col
led ion of the same s
Atllrtinebvim>, Monday February 10th, 1874.
At Lewisvillc, Wednsday February 18th, 1874
At Fort Motte, Thursday February 19th,1874.
AtJ.Hamp Felder^ Tuesday February 24lh,
At Dan'i Livingston's Mill, Friday Fcruary
27 th, 1874.
After which time, and on all intervening
days. I will be at Orangcburg until Mhrch 7?i,
when the Penalty will attach on all delinquents.
?J. L. HUMBERT,
Feb." 1874 5t
ORANGE: URG COUNTY
In tiii; Coukt of PncnATE.
ROSA V. CLARK, et al ve. ADELLA B.
. CAIN, ct al.
P>y order of Probate Court herein, I will sell
at Orahgeburg Court House, On Monday the
second day of March, 1.874, during the legal
hours of sale, and at the risk of tlie former pur
Tract No; 2, of the Estate Lands of th^ late
L. I). Chirk, dee'd, containing 89-100 of an acre,
more or less, situated in the town of Lewisville,
and whcion the Store pf the said L. U. Hark is
locsted, with other improvement; ,?
Terms of Sale?One-third cash| balance on a
credit of twelve months, purchaser to give bond
hearing intrust from day of! 'o for euch credit
portion, secured by n!ur;;.ij;o of the premises
purchased, and to pav for papers and recording,
b'heria's Oi'fice, ) E.T.Cain
Orangcburg C. If:, S. C, [ S. O. C.
j ;.. tout, i J74. j
fehl i 3t
Stat??l S??tll Carolina.
COUNTY OK ORANGEB?RG.
Comvr of Common Pleas.
Win. C. Lee, J. I). Jervey,")
E. V. Jervey and L N.
Chisolm, merchants, trad
ing muler tho Firm ^ For Relief,
name of Wui. 0, \hc & Co.
C. F. Gehralfi, Defendant.
To the I>tfe.ndunl, C. PGICIlnALS.
You are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint in this action, which is
tiled iiii :he o-?iee of the Clerk of Common Pleas,
for thef-iid county,' :uid to serve a copy of your
answer to ifie said complaint of the subscriber
at their oflive in Orangeburg, South Carolina,
.within twenty days after the service hereof,
exchisivu of tho day of such service; and if vou
fail to answer the complaint within che tune
aforesaid, the Plaintiff in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded in tho com
. Jwnuarv 21th. 187-1*
IIUT?ON & HUTSON
Clerk off. c. i?.
Jan. 31 1^71 Gt
Call iri and seo the Assort
ment; at store of :
J. A. HAMILTON,
FllKSII- AND OKNTJINE
GAlipEN ?i>EED3 and ONION SETS, Jus?
received from D. Land re th & Son, and for sale
by E. EZEKIEI.., Sign of the Big Waich
Members of the dificrcnt Granges will be sup
plied at Gitmgu prices.
Mar. 13, 1873 if
GiRAKDKAU'd FURNITURE STORE.
From our old stand to the NEW STORE in
REAR OF ENGINE HOUSE.
Having received a part of our Fall Stock and
expecting.tho balance of it very soon^.ve < :.:i
oflcr to parties in need of
of any kind-;? a line lot to -elect from, and
price.! da low in any house of the hind in
Of( .'oitoii, .Mo , \Ypoi or Hair on hand,
made of any required sbse.
done promptly, carefully and at reasoiiab
fljl 1fi? A fill} 13 A H} &CO.
sept. ?.o, ls73 Cm
F. II. W Bmi?GMANN
AS just received a fresh supply of GROCERIES tueh ns
LAUD, g TEA
BUTTER, ? SUGAT?,
? , * . M
CHEESE, tH OYSTERS,' ?
CRACKERS, g SARDINES, "
CONSTANTLY keep, ON HAND, Dry Groocl*, ?lotlnng, Slices, Hats,
Caps &G' &C ) at price to suit the times.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF
And Several kinds of FERTILIZERS which can he bought low down for raonov.
Apr. 10,1873 F-H W BUIGGMAN
... ,? Insure your Dwelling, Store or Stock of Goods in the
LIVERP?OL, LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE CO
Capital, $20,500,000 in Gold.
This company paid over three (3) millions at Chicago (ire. and over
million jit recent fire in Boston. JAS. K.'FONYLES, Agent
. A. C. BUKES
?raiiirel^nr^, G? IT-, So- Ca
Brugs, Medicines^Gheini als and Paints.
3TUNE Toilet SOA.PS, Fancv II AIR and TOTII Brushes, Perfumery and Toilet
? Articles, TRUSSES und Shoulder BRACES,
iOURE Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISTPS
A and DYE STUFFS
LETTER-PAPER, Fens, Ink, Envelopes. ?iass, Putty, Carbon Oil, Lamps, and
A FINE LOT OF CIGARS, TOBACCO and CANDIES.
.M?UVhyriicians' Proscriptions accurately Compounded."''**;
LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY!
Insure your life in the
PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON LIFE INSURANCE CO.
This is the largest and most prosperous of the Southern companies.
JAS. H. FOWLES Agent, at Citizen's Savings Bank.
Mr s. T. W. Altoergotti,
DESIRES to inform her frienda and the
public that sho has just opened a tine as
sortment of Holiday Gifts, Birthday and Bridal
Presents, &c. Prices to suit the times- Fine
China Fancy Goods, such as Vases, Motto Cups
China figures, Jewelry Boxes, Toilet sets, Co
logne .Sets, something new and handsome.
INDIA RUBBER GOODS, TOYS of va
rious kinds, and other articles too nu
merous to mention, suitable for
OLD and YOUNG, LARGE
and SMALL. ALSO,
French and plain ?
Fruits, Nuts, &c.
Call nnd sec for yourselves, and she will en
deavor to please you.
Nov. 27, 1873 41 3m
GO TO TEXAS
VIA 3 HE
LONE STAR ROUTE!
(Inteunationai. and GreatNoum kux ICR.)
Passengers going to Texas via Memphis and
Little Rock, or via Shrcveport, strike this line
at Longview, the Best Route to Palestine.
Heamo, Waco, Austin, lluntsville, Houston,
Galveston and all points in Western, Central,
EaMern and and Southern Texas.
Passengers via New Orleans will .ind it the
Best Route to Tyler, Mincola, Dallas, Overtoil,
Crockett, Longview and all points in Eastern
and Northeastern Texan,
This line is we'll buiit, thoroughly equipped
,wlth every medcrn improvement, including
New and l.legant Day Coaches, Pullman Pal
ace Sleeping .Cars. VveslinghOtise Air Brakes,
Miller's Patent Safty Platforms' and Couplers!
and nowhere el.-u can the pr.-scnger f-o complete
ly depend on a Bpcedy wife and comfortable
f ? The Long Star Rpjlje h.-r. admirably an-wvr
ed the query; '-How to to go to Texas?'' by the
publication of an info resting and truthful docu
nient,cbntail?ng a valuable Und correct map,
which can bo obtained, free of charge, by ad
dre.-r-ing :!;-r < Jen-.tral Ticket Ajjent, Ititcrhatt^nt
al and Great Northern Railroad, Houston,
Texas- District Ef]
Feb. 12 1ST I ly
he UNpER>JIGNEp baying this
day associated wi'tli them Mr. Robert Cop ?.. live
business will.hcreaftcr be conducted und-r the
linn name of Moseley, Crook & Cppe \
January 14th, 1874.
j. w. MoSEkRV,
W? K. CRfioK.
All persons Indebted to the- old firm of Mojo*
oy ?fc Crook f will raakolthmediatB payment and
all debts due by paid firrn will he paid by the
firm of Moseloy, Crook & Copes.
January l tth, 1874
J. W. M08ELJEY,
\v k. crook;
Special attention called to our full variety of
landreths garden seed.
? Feb. 13 1873, ly
Wc are offering our Guanos for this season oh
the following liberal terra?:
PHCEN1X GUAXO, TerTon of-2,000 tW$57,50.
W1LCOX, GIBU.S & CO.'S MANIPULATED
GUANO j)er Ton of 2,000 Iba] $70.00.
(?1.00 per ton drayage to be added.) On credit
until 1st November, 1874, with
Option of paying in Middling Cottcn, deliver
ed at buyers1 nearest depot at 15c per lb.
A discount of $10.00 per ton will he allowed
Our- Agents throughout tnaState'sell at Bame
prices and on same terms as ourselves,
llano in your orders to nearest atjenta, at once.
WIL.COX, GIBBS & CO.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Feb. 5 3m
15 KICKS !
PJ^IIE UNDEBSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
?loft :ms the public that he is now prepared to
furnish BRICKS in any quantity. All ordain
will meet prompt attention.
J: C. EDWARDS.
may 1 78 If
mo7 tiie"beckwith $20.
PORTABLE FAMILY 8EWSH?
ON THIRTY DAYSr TBIAL,
With- SiragiK and capacity Equal to any, Jfer
(javdless of (' '.
riMTE Cloth-Plate i* tbo size nsed bya $10Q
JL Machine is of Poll died Plated Steel. At-'
tachmcnUi of proportionate *iio and quality,
uliijo !be entire .Machine has corresponding
finish throng! out. Braider, Embroider, Guide,
Hemmer, Gatherer, four sizes of Needles, &c.,
are given witb oyery Machine,
no toit-somu tpkad op xna trkadle.
Every M^hine Car. felly Teftcd and fully
PECXWITII SKYV1NG MACHINE CO.
Near 17th St. and Union Square, 852 Broad
way, N. Y.
July 17, 1873 ? 22
moses h, BltOVVN,
?AHKKT STKBBT, ?KAXGEHU119, 8. Cv
(nkxt noon to Stiiavs & Stkekt*s mii.t..) '
I.BAYING permanently located in the (own,
il would respectfully uoHoll the patronngoof
diri citizens* t.very ellbrt will be used 10
June \S, 1873 18 j?