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HIE OllANGEBUllG TIMES.
ORANGEBURG, S. C, MAR. 5.1874.
Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized to
collect and receipt for advertisements and sub
scriptions to the Times.
Mayor?Jonb W. Moselev.
Clerk?T. D. WTolfe.
Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P. Hur
ley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe.
Baptist Church?Services first Sunday evening
?ml tho second and fourth Sundays, morning
and evening* Be v. A. P. Norris, Pastor.
Pr*sbytcrinn Church-?Services at 11 A.M.,
and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at A. M. -
Pray?r meeting Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
UeT. J. D. A. Brown, Evangelist.
Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st
and 3d Sundays. Serves at 11 A. M., and 4
P. M. Sabbath School 9J A. M.
Methodist Church?Services ?t 11 A. M.
and 7J P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
Rtr. J. B. Campbell, Pastor.
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
Dr P. A. Banhder. Superintendent.
Orangoburg Mail Arrangement.
Northorn, "Western and Closes.
Charleston ...... 11 A. M.
Columbia. 1 P. M.
Office hours from 7 A. M. to G P. M.Sundays
W. E. WILLIAMS, P. M.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
pat TI1AIXS. DAY THAI!.'*.
Down - - - 11 30 A. M. Down - - - - 7.5? A. M.
Up - - - - 1.54 P. M. l"i> - - - - 12.4!? P. M.
NIOI1T TRAP'S N'HillT Til A INS.
Down-11.52 P. Mj Down - - - 15.13 P. M
L'p.2.03 A. MJ L*p.r>.:tl A. M
Contract mhertiscrs may change
monthly, livery chnngc must bo sent
ju by Monday noon.
Several building are being put op on
the Belvi'lc road near the town limits.
Guanos me arriving frcvly by every
iraiiK The dejunnd will bo mainly for
.See notice of valuable real-estate on
Russell Street l??r sale by MtSsrs. Fowlc*
A' Glove;-, rea' estate agents.
The letter of the Uev. (i. A. Hough in
?in ether column is n warning against the
cailcss um' of kerosene lamps.
'"Wo are requested to sj?y that Mr. II ace
will not expect tho pay, or any part of
it untii he delivers bis transplanters to
mm ? w
C D. Korljohn.
Mr. Kort'obn is still at his old stand,
attending to customers, who throng bis
siore. to drink Hint delightful Lager Beer,
which be bus just received. lie also has
a fine'lot of choice scgars, which he? sells
tf. -imi - 4. im* ?
On Tuesday the Young Americas pa
raded, atid as vsual attracted a large
crowd by their brilliant uniforms. The
Young Americas always come up to their
"mast," and if ever a firebreaks out they
will always bo on the spot, but unless we
have more fire wells any engine is useless
j We notice that Mr. B. Williamson has
just bad his dwelling neatly painted by
Mr. Jas. A. Williams, who is a painter
that fully understands hisbusincss,nnd we
advise every one who wishes painting done
in all styles, both plain and ornamental
to give Mr. Williams a trial, and wo aro
sure that he will givo satisfaction.
Death of Mrs. Ann E. Barton.
The many friends of Dr. W. F Barton,
will be pained to hear of the death of his
most estimable wife, who departed this
life after a short illness, on the night of
the 3d; Her remains were interred at New
Hope Church on the 4th. Our worthy
friend has the sympathy of the entire
Subscribers whose term has expired,
will find a red Cross marked en the
margin of the first page. Hope all that
find the mark on their paper will renew
The old Drug House Revived.
Many of our subscribers will read with
pleasure tho announcement in another
column, that their old friend and acquain
tance, Mr. James Harral, has re-estab
lished his wholesale drug house in Charles
ton. Mr. Harral, who has for many years
been known to the business community as
a member of the firms of Haviland, Har
ral & Co., Charleston, Haviland, Rislcy
& Co., Augusta, and Harral, Risley &
Kitchen, New York, has nssvieiated with
him George S. Pelzcr, M. D., former
Registrur of the City of Charleston, and
brother of Mr. Pelzor of the well-known
house of Pclzcr, Rodgers & Co. With a
thorough knowledge of their business and
a large capital at command, their success
is assured ; and they have laid in a large
and entirely new stock which oilers great
inducements to purchasers.
Monday was bright and clear, afford
ing the large crowd a fair opportunity to
see aud to be seen. The usual tempting
assortment of hacked horses, and crazy
wagons were up for a change of owner
ship, drawing a number of bidders if not
a pile of greenbacks. Dr. Barton's planter
was greatly admired for its simplicity,
and thoroughness of performance. Mr.
Gregnie was on the square with a now
'planter which had its friends. A very
superior transplanter was on exhibition,
showing the march of improvement in the
agricultural line. This is the patent of
Mr. A. Race of Chesterfield County. Mr.
Race will visit our county to effect sales
and orders. From experienced planter^
it is pronounced the best yet offered. The
bland seller of fortunes was crowded with
applicants, ouch craving a gift which few
received; however he sold out and retired
with a pleasant2r smile, and more money.
There was a general desire to withhold
from contracts for liens', and our impres
sion is that planting must be limited in
There was only one sale by the Sheriff
viz: one lot with building thereon in the
town of Lcwisvillo, belonging to the
Estate of L. I). Clark, sohl for partition
bought by Geo. lh liver for $1080.00.
The Rural Carolinian.
The .March number of the Rural Caro
linian is on our table, with its character
istic promptness. This Dumber, like its
predecessors, is replete with information
which makes its regular monthly visits
so welcome to the home of the fanner.
The articles generally emanate from the
pens ol practical fanners, whose familiar
ity with the subjects on which they treat
is portrayed in every line and word. Wo
give the titles of a few of the leading ar
ticles i? the number before us: Labor
Saving Machinery on Ibe Forii; Koine
Methods of Irrigation, Illustrated;
Ploughs and Ploughing Again ; Digni'y
of Labor and tho Importance of Knowl
edge; Hints towards Rational Farming;
What can be done in Noitb Carolina;
Acid Phosphate mid Cotton Seed Com
post, cct. Besides the several departments
of the Magazine are likewise filled with
useful information, making the Rural, as
wo have often said, the most valuable
?agricultural publication issued in, tho
Southern Slates. The terms are $2 per
annum ; or Clubs of six, $10 per year;
Clubs of ten, 816; Clubs of twenty, $30.
Address the Publishers at Charleston, S.
C, who will furnish all information de
sired, as regards terms for Canvassing
Agents and the two beautiful Chronics,
which are offered to subscribers at exceed
ingly low prices?less than one-quarter
their cost at. retail.
Sends your orders for Doors Sash
and Rliods to tho Southern House of Geo.
S. Hacker of Charleston S. C. Mr L
Ransdale of our Town is the author
ised agent for this House.
Facts worth knowing! One of the bes
indications of the South, aud prosperity of
Charleston, is to be found at the Estab
lishment of Messrs L H. Hall & Co.,
located at Nos. 2, 4, (i, 8 Market St., 223
& 225 East Bay. 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 ti house, from n baluster to any
? .IL "BBfe
size timber. Our friends in the City, and
throughout tho Stato wbo contemplate
building a houso can bo supplied with
tnc materials necessary for its construc
tion, at prices and quality of work which
will save a large perceutago in tho cost
of building. They are Agents for As
bestos' Hoofing Felt, endorsed by somo
of tho best firms in the country, send
for price list aud circulars.
Mr. Editor Orangeburg Times:
I want to plant a small field of cotton
in cheeks. Will sorao of your numerous
renders bo so kind as to inform me through
the Times, whether it will bo any easier
to tend thau if planted in drill, If so, how
is the best way to prepare the land, how
to apply the manure, bow many stalks to
leave in the hill, and whether ho thinks
it will make as much as drill cotton?
In the Times of 19 Inquisitive says
people may think him asleep, but more
likely be and others arc like myself, work
ing too hard with head or bands to have
any lime to write for a newspaper but if
he or any one else will please spare a few
momeuts to answer the above and say
something more about hauling out manure
they will oblige your.
CONSIGNEES FUR EXPRESS.
Moore & Wilson,
A B Bochette,
Dr It W Bates,
Gates & Wingnrd,
H N Sandel,
J II Ford ham.
Office or the Ohangrburo Times.
. February 12, 1874.
CORRECTED WEEKL Y.
Ordinary, - 11 (3) 12
Good Ordinary, - - 12 ? 13
Low Middling, - 13} @
Strict-Middlmg, - \\\
Bacon Hnhin : : lb 12.} ?" IS
" Sides : " : , " 11 <fc> 12*
Lard : : "121 ?
Corn : : : : bus 1 00 1 10
Pea* : : : : " 80 (n\ 85
(?als : need .: : " 1 25 @ 1 (50
Flour : : : : cwl 4 75 o7;G00
Fodder : : : "1 23 (dy
Jtough Rico : : "1 30 @ 1 35
Butter : : : : lb 30 <H> 50
Eggs : : : : doz 15c @
Turkeys : : : pr 1 00 (?/ 1 50
Gceso : : : : " 1 00 @ 1 25
Fowls, : : per doz. 3.50 per doz.
Rees Wax : : : lb 23 ?
Reef : : " 10 @ 12
Tallow : . : " 8 @ 10
Piuders : : per bushel 1 55(? 1 35
TWO valuable business stands in
?rnng?burg, occupied by Mrs. Maule and
Mr. Gco. S. Shircr. Appiv to
FOWLES & GLOVER,
Real Estate Agents.
For Cheap Tobacco
At 8 plugs for SI.00
At 9 plugs for $1.00
Go to store of
John A. Hamilton.
RESIT AND GENUINE
OAR DEN SEEDS and ONION SETS, Just
received from D. Landreth &. Son, and for sale
by E. EZEKIEL, Sign of the Rig watch
Members of the different Granges will be sup
plied at Grange prices.
Mar. 13, 1873 tf
moses m. brown,
MARKET STREET, 0KANGEBUR0, 8. C,
(next noon to Stuacs & Strebt's mill.)
HAVING permanently located in the (own,
would respectfully solicit the patronage of
the citizens* Every effort will be used to give
June 18, 1873 IS ly
rjpilE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
luff :ms (he public that he is now prepared to
furnish REICKS in any quantity. All orders
will meet prompt attention.
n J. C, ED WARPS.
may J 73 Jy
POCKET BOOK LOST.
On Saleday last in tho town of Orange
burg on Russell Street ooutaiuing forty
or filly dollars in Greenbacks and two
notes, one against H. H. Murph, and one
against J. P. Ott. Persons are hereby no
tified not to trade for the above notes. A
reward often dollars will be paid for the
said money and notes. Leave at Times
oflice. A. F. OTT.
FARMERS AND PLANTERS.
Stepping and Preparing Seeds before
" This preparation,lately introduced to the Ag
ricultural worId,appcar from raccnt experiments
to surpass all that ha* ever been attempted in
that line. It not only contains all the elements
and tit food for tho heed in its infant state, which
enables it to come op strong and vigorous, but
positively claim that no rust smut or blight can
exist where it is applied, and proving a certain
preventive against the Potato rot. It dissolves
readily, and forms a mucilage by wnich any
material can be made to adhere to the need.
Coal Tar being a very small portion of this yal
abio compound to prevent the ravages ofbirda
ana) insects, but so united and prepared as to
form a dry powder, which dissolves readily,oiie
Sound producing one and a half gallons, or
ftcsn pounds of mucilage. On every farm there
aneUo.bo found in abundance valuable mate
rials for rolling seeds in before planting, which
should never be neglected. These are rich dry
black earth and wood ashes, orliine.and should
hi- mixed in proportions of one part of wood
ashes or lime, to three parts of earth. By the
aid of the mucilage, much of this material can
bo made to adhere to each seed, which never
fails to show good results. It has boen tried on
corn, rice, cotton, wheat, potatoes, peas and all
the cereals with marked effect, none showing
any signs of nut, blight or fungus where it was
applied. Put up in one pound Packages at SO
cents per pound, which dissolves and form one
and a half gallon of Mucilage., sufficient to roll
seed for one acre land. 000 Planters used it last
season with romaskablc success.
Every Furnier and Planters should use it.
FOR sAl.K BY
! KIRK ROBINSON. Agent.
Orangeburg, S. C.
Feb. 20 3m. .
T. B, BOYD'S
One door west of Cornclson's, has the Largest
and Cheapest Stock of HOOTS and SHOES
ever offered for sale in Orangeburg.
also a pult. .stock of
CANDIES, SEGA IIS, TOBACCO &c.
i 'A- I "V J
The above goods will he sold to the purchaser
andhard times. All he wishes is a Call and
.vifffir trial before piiscliasihg elsewhere.
Nov. 13, 1S73 3D Jv
W. J. DeTreville,
A T T O R N E Y A T L A W.
Office at Court Houso Square,
Ornngchurg, S. C.
inch 13. lyr
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
jVEontlily Insta.1 merits.
TERMS OF LEASE:
All Payments made on Lease tciil apply tavnrds
the purchase of the Instrument Loaned.
Piano* mined nl
$400' to $500 : : $75 advance, $25 monthly.
525 to (100 : : 75 advance, .'50 monthly.
?'-i? to 750 : : loo advance, 40 monthly.
Organs valued at
$12? to 200 : : $25 advance, $10 monthly
225 to 350 : : 40 advance, 15 monthly
300 to 500 : : 50 advance 25 monthly,
J&?Jf*' Parties who oiler satisfactory Security
can pay for Instruments in notes at 3, 0, 1), and
12 months' time.
Call and Hud out other inducements offered
in both Time and Cash Sales, from
Agent for Orangeburg Countv.
may 22, 1873 14 "if
GIRARDEAU'S FURNITURE ST0UK.
From our old stand to the NEW STORE in
REAR OF ENGINE H0U8E.
Having received a part of our Fall Stock and
expecting the balance of it very soon, we can
ofler to parties in need of
of any kinds?a fine lot to select from, and a
prices as low as any house of tho kind in
Always on hand, or made to order.
Of Cotton, Moss, Wool -or Hair on hand, or
made of any required ^i/.e.
done promptly, carefully and at reaFO nab
K2K AltDHAfl! & CO.
sept. 25, 1S7:< 32 Ihn
F. H. W BRIGGMANN
Has just received a fresh supply of groceries auch as
BACON, _ COFFEE, 2
LARD, g TEA f$
BUTTER, g SUGA*V W
CHEESE, w OYSTERS, ?
CRACKERS, % SARDINES, S
CANNED FRUIT. :
CONSTANTLY keeps ON HAND, Dry Goods, Clothing. Slioes, .Ha?s, L
Caps &C? &C>. nt price to suit the times.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW EOT OF
NOETHEEN IT A. Y,
And Several kinds of fertilizers which enn be boughtdown for mono v.
Apr. 10,1873 f- H- w- bimggman
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY?.Uff
Insure your Dwelling, Store or Stock of Goode in the I ;j
LIVERPOOL, LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE CO
Capital, f20,500,000 in Gold.
This company paid over three (3) millions at Chicago fire, and over . .T.
million at recent fire in Boston. JAS. H. FOWLES, Agent.: o
DR. A. C. DUKES,
Orangeburg. C- H / So- C:v * jtU
DEALER IN J/~
Drugs, Medicines, Ghemials and Faints. "
FINE Toilet SOAPS, Fancy HAIR and TOTH Brushes, Perfumery and Totfei*
Articics, TRUSSES and Shoulder BRACES, '-*t
GRASS AND GARDEN SEEDs
PURE Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH's1
and DYE STUFFS I ....
LETTER-PAPER, Pens, Ink, Envelopes, Glass, Putty, Carbon Oil, Lamps, aud
Chimnevs. * ALSO
J - ? i jam
A FINE LOT OF CIGARS, TOBACCO and CANDIES.
IKSul'livsicinns' Prescriptions accurately Compounded."?!!
LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY! 1
Insure your life in the
piedmont and arlington life insurance 00.
This is the largest and most prosperous of the Southern companies.
JAS. H. FOWLES Agent, at Citizen's Savings Bank.
THE OLD DRUG HOUSE REVIVED,
WITH an ENTIRE NEW STOCK of FRESH and CHOICE GOODS,
HARR Ali & PELZEK,
WH OLEF ALE DRUGGISTS.
107 MEETING SREET, - CHARLESTON, S. C. . *
Successors to the Old Establslicd Uonscs of
? ? ? i
HA VI LAND, IIA It It AL & CO., Charleston.
HA\ [LAND, RISLEY & CO., Augusta, Ga.
IIARHAL, RISLEY <fc KITCHEN, New York.
Mar. 5 1871 3in
Mrs. T. W. Albergotti,
TIESIRES to inform her frienda and die
-Lr public tbat she lias just opened a fine as
sortment of Holiday Gifts, Birthday and Bridal
Presents, Sec. Prices to suit the times- Pine
China Fancy Goods, such as Vases, Motto Tups
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 mer.ttan, suitable for
OLD and YOUNG, LARGE
and SMALL. ALSO,
French and plain
Fruits, Nuta, Szc.
Call and see for yourselves, and she will en
deavor to please you.
Nov. 27, 1873 41 3m
GO TO TEXAS
VIA 1 II H
LONE STAR ROUTE!
(Intkrxational and GnEATNonTHEits R.R.)
PasFv>ngers going to Texas via Memphis and
Little Rock, or via Shrevcport, strike this line
at Longview, the Best Route to Palestine.
, Hearae, Waco, Austin, Huntsville, Houston,
Galvcston and all points in Western, Central,
Eastern and and Southern Texas.
Passengers via New Orleans will ,3nd it the
Best Route to Tyler, Mineola, Dallas, Overtoil,
Crockett, Longview and all points in Eastern
and Northeastern Texas.
This line is well built, thoroughly equipped
with every modem improvement, including
Now and hlcgant Day Coaches, Pullman Pal
ace Sleeping Cars, Westinghousc Air Brakes,
Miller's Patent Safty Platforms and Couplers;
and nowhere else can the prssenger so complete*
ly depend on a speedy safe and comfortable
The Long Star Route has admirably answer
ed the query: ''How to to go to Texas?" by the
publication of an interesting and truthful docu
ment, containing a valuable and correct map,
which can he obtained, free of charge, by ad
dressing the General Ticket Agent, Internation
al and Great Northern Railroad, Houston,
Texas- District E.j
Feb. 12 1ST I ly
LIBERAL TERMS! >
Wc are ofteriug our Guanos for this season on
the following liberal term!-: ' *
PIKEN IX GUANO, Per Ton cf 2,000 lb*$57,50.
YYTLCOX, GIBBS & CO.'S MANIPULATED
GUANO j>er Ton of 2,000 Iba, $70.0a
($1.00 per ton drayngo to be added.) On credit
until l.st November, 1874, with
Option of paying in middling Cotton, deliver
ed at buyers' nearest depot at 15c per lb.
A discount of ?10.00 per ton will he allowed
Our Agents throughout the State sell at same
prices and on same terms as ourselves,
llano in your orders to nearest agents, ntonce.
Feb. 5 " 3m
For Cheap Tobacco,
At 8 plugs for 61.00
AtO plugs for $1.00
Go to store of
John A. Hamilton.
OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER
OR A NG Ell URG COUNTY,
OnAKOKnuno, S. C, February 6,1874.
The TIME for the Collection of Taxes hu
been Extended until March 7th, 1874, without
I will be at the following places for the col
lection of the same:
At Branehville. Monday February 16th, 1874.
At Lcwisville, Wednsday February 18th, 1874
At Fort Motte, Thursday February 19th,1874.
At.I. Hnmp Folder'sTuemlav February 34th,
At Dan'l Living-dan's Mill, Friday Feruary
After which time, and on all Intervening
days, I will be at Orangeburg until March 7th,
when the Penalty will attach on all delinquent;.
J. Li HUMBERT,
Feb. 7 1874 5t