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ME ORANGEBURG TIMES.
Orangeburg, S. 0., War. 12, 1874.
Mr. Kirk RoniNsox is authorized to
xdlect aud receipt for advertisements and sub
icriptiona to the Times. ?
Mayor?Joab W, Moseley.
Clerk?T. D. Wolfe.
Aldermen?Henry "Washington, J. P. Har
i#y. B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe.
Baptist Church??Services first Sunday evening
and tho second and fourth Sundays, morning
and evening. Bey. A. P. Norris, Pastor.
Presbyterian Church?Services at 11 A.M.,
and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9* A. M.?
Praytr meeting Thursday afternoon nt 4 o'clock.
R?T, J. P. A. Brown, Evangelist.
Church of the Bcdccnicr (Episcopal)?1st
and 3d Sundays. Serves at 11 A. M., and 4
P. M. Sabbath School 9} A. M.
Methodist Church?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7} P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
R?v. J. B. Campbell, Pastor.
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
Dr P. A. Dantzlcr. Superintendent.
Orangeburg Mail Arrangement.
Northern, Western and Closes.
Charleston. 11 A.M.
Columbia. 1 P. M.
Office hours from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M.Sundays
W. E. WI Lid A MS, P. M.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
P ASSE NC! ER. PH ET011T.
DAT TU A IKS. PAY Tit A t NS.
Down-11 HO A. M. Down - - - - 7.50 A. M.
Up - - - - 1.04 P. M. Up - - - - 12.42 P. M.
XUiUTTIIAP'S NU; MT Tit A INS.
Down - - i 11.52 P. M. Down - - - ll.lH P. M
\-p.2.03 A. M. Up.5.:U A. M
Conti net. adicrtiscrs may change
monthly* Kvery change must be gent
iu t y Monday noon.
A Masquerade Hull will tube place on
next 'J hur.-dnv n'mht.
See the rc-olutiwiis of the Physicians of
ll d nt'otU.d eil. Mat Lews.
J. A Hamilton < fl< rs 1 hosp:ulcs and
Pent via n Gutiuuo low for ea.-b.
The IMilor of the News gives us a
friendly lift for which be has our lhunk*.
The down Passenger Ira n on Tuesday
was delayed an hour, caused by an acci
dent to the Freight train. ?
Mr.C. D. Kurt job n ha made a change
i.i bis advertiser..cut. He idlers bis goods
Very low for ea.-l , and I boy are good.
fieo the advertisement of DeMars A
Wolfe iu this number, the advertisement
speaks lor itself; and if you go tin re yon
will find it s<>.
Messrs. Bamberg ?c Slater.
Mr. Sinter bus on band some very hoe
horses and mu'cs, any sty'e and ui ali
prices, to suit purchasers.
Girardcau & Co., sell funiturc at very
low prices, and if you w ant any beds,
chairs, tables, desks, wnslistands, bureaus
or anything elic in the funiturc line give
Girardcau & Co. a call.
S. & A? Telegraph Co.
The friends of Mr. G. Passailiague the
polite and attentive, operator of the ubovs
company, will regret to learn that he has
Jett. Mr. Zimmerman has taken his place.
We have received the speech of Col.
Ittcbard Lathers before the Tax-payers
convention at Columbia. It is a speech
that we all ought to read, it is full of
thought, and suggestions which every one
?ought to ponder over.
Hemoval ol the Post Office.
The Post OHice will ho removed in the
course of this week to the \ oung Aniericas
Engine House store. We understand
that Mr. Williams has associated with
Jiitn Mr. S. Bull, and intend to open a
Store Around the Corner.
Mr. Iinnsdale is now in bis new store
with a select assortment of Groceries
which can be bad cheap for cash; Mr. 11.
with his courteous son attends to the cus
tomers nnd guarantee satisfaction. Give
than a call.
Messrs. McMiclmel & Bloom havo
opened n store tit Meroney's old stand.
These gentlemen have been in business a
number of years, and wo predict a bright
future for them. They lmvo on band a
select assortment of goods to suit pur
The only reliable bakery in town,
Bread at all hours and made of tho best
material, when one buys from the bakery
they arc sure of getting something good
and if you buy once you arc sure to buy
there every day; you can get better bread
than you can make and a great deal
Dr. A. 0. Dukes.
All who want fine candy very cheap
go to Dr. Dukes, all who want segars of
tho very best quality, go to Dr. Dukes,
all who are sick go to Dr. Dukes for
medicines of which he has a selectsupply.
If you want paint, oils, pipes toys tobacco
both smoking nnd chewing go to Dr.
Dukes and he will give you satisfaction.
We notice the new sign of Mr. J. S.
Alhergotti, it is something new in the
line of sign painting. M r. A has every
thing in the grocery line which he offers
for ealc'til reduced prices?and suggests
to those living at a distance from bis
store to drop their orders in his P. O. Rox
by 12 o'clock each day, and the goods
will be delivered in the afternoon. A good
plan for those down town to trade with
the cheap up town store.
The illust rated annual of Phrenology
and Physiognomy for 1874,ooutaHs eighty
large octavo pages, with more than fifty
engraving-:, icprcst nting bead-, faces,
months, noses, good and bad, "signs of
character;" also, my schoolmates, and
what became of them ; A good memory;
The "leak; or a hole in a pocket through
bad habits;" and bow to Save money! One
thousand hoys wanted; Bud breath, its
cause and cure; A fascinating face; What
tho .Saraus are doing for mental science,
etc. The best annual ever issued. Agents
wauled. Newsmen have it. Sent per paid
by liir ! p:>st; for 20 cents, by S. II. Wells
Publisher, 885) D road way, New York.
Tbc Mandl number of Wood's Housc
bo'd Magazine is a capital one. It pens
with an interesting story en til'.'.'. I, "The
Guiding Hand," by Mrs. II. (I. Ib.we;
following this dosepl' Snider gives bis
"Experiences in the City," an aiticle
which for its simple truth the youth of
the land should icad to their profiit;
"My Prayer' i; not a religious sketch, as
one would suppose fiom the title, but is a
most touching story told in the sincere
manner and rough speech of a railroad
liiiiid. "Tbc Weekly Diabolical," by
Karl Kase, aims a sharp and timely
blow at sensational literature. "The
Kaiser Frederick" is one of .Mary Hart
well's entertaining stories. In the in
stallmcut of "Misery Jippcau," II. V.
Oshorno raps the knuckles of the fashion
able clergyman, and busies Penny Post
from sight. There are several other
articles of merit, and some choice poetry.
The Magizine contains six illustrations,
including a fine design for Country
School House. Terms only ono dollar a
year?with chromo Yosemite ono dollar
and half. Subscriptions may begin with
any number. Address, Wood's House
hold Magizine. Newhurgh, N. Y.
Facts worth knowing! One of the bes
indications of tho South, and prosperity of
Charleston, is to be found at the Estab
lishment of Messrs J. II. Hall ? Co.,
located at Nos. 2, 4, 6, 8 Market St., 223
tt 225 blast Hay. Tho rapidly increasing
business last year of this firm, bus indu
ced them to enlarge their Establishment,
which now supplies every conceivable
article that can bo required in the build
ing of a house,'from a baluster to any
size timber. Our friends in the City, and
throughout the State who contemplate
building a bouse can be supplied with
the materials necessary for its construc
tion, at prices and quality of work w hich
will save a largo percentage in the cost,
of building. They, are Agents for As
bestos' Hoofing Felt, endorsed by some j
of the best linns in the Country. Send
for price list and circulars.
Scuds your orders for Doors Sasli
nud Blinds to tho Southern ITouso of Geo.
S. H?cker of Charleston S. C. Mr L
Rnnsdale of our Town is the author
ised ageut for this House.
The following prcamblo aud resolu
tions were unanimously adopted by the
committee therein mentioned:
WnERKAS, at the anniversary parade
of the I. Y. A. F. E. CO., on the 24th
of Fe! ruary 1874, we, the committee ap
pointed ior the Decoration of our Truck,
were materially assisted in our work of
Decoration l>y the conti button from the
hands of the fair ladies of Oraugeburg.
And whereas, it is the part of chivalrio
courtesy and gratitude to express to the
fair ones our appreciation of the taste as
well as the kindly and cheering interest
manifested for us.
Therefore he it Re olved, that we, ar a
committee, and for the I. IS, H. <& L. CO.,
return our nearly thanks lor their dis
play of their beautiful taste, and signal
interest in us as individualy and as Fire
Resolved, that it be thus published to
all, our appreciation of this bright expres
sion of interest felt for us- by the ladies
Resolved, that in this kindly interest,
we find a holy incential and cheering
encouragement to maintain our Organi
zation, preserve our dieipline, aud thus
to be ready when duty calls.
Resolved, that these resolutions be
published in the Oraugeburg Timms and
Lt. Tl. Wanmamaker, ')
D. K. S.moak, > Commttce.
J. S. Bull. j
CONSIGNEES ?1R EXPRESS.
C \V Culler,
T F Alhcrgotti
J G McKfswn,
J: l? Thompson,
J E B rower,
Dr R \Y Bates,
J 11 Felder,
Mrs A Smith,
T A Danuler,
Rev T J Clyde,
Dr A M .Snider.
M A Si ?\ LOT It E PO KT S
Office of t? t: Ouan.; i-:u\mo Turesi
February 12, 1874.
Ordinary, - - - - 11 ? 12
(iood Ordinarv, - ? 12 (ii 13
Low Middling - I3| @
Strict Middling, - 1-U (.<.;
Bacon Hams : : 11) \2\ (?< IS
" Sides : : " 11 <V?> 12}
Lard : : " 12 j (?y
Corn : : : : bus 1 00 % 1 10
Peas : : : : " SO (?v 85
Oats : seed : : " 1 25 1 00
Flour : : : : cwt -1 75 (JvlV??
Fodder : : : "l i? tV
KoukIi Kin") : : "1 30 ? 1 35
Butter : : : : lb :J0 ? 50
Fges : : : : do/. 15c fji
Turkeys : : : pr 1 00 C". 1 50
Cicese : : : : 1 00 @1 25
Fowls, : : per do/.. "?.?O per do/..
Pees Wax : : : lb 23 @ '
Beef : : " 10 ? 12
Tallow : . : " S % 10
Binder? : : per bushel 1 55(? 1 35
131G II LX S M PO RT A N T
FARMERS AND PLANTERS.
Steeping and Preparing Seeds before
This preparation,lately introduced to the Ag
ricultural world, appear from recent experiments
to surpass all that has ever been attempted in
ihr.', line. It not only contains nil the elements
and til food for the seed in its infant state, widt h
enables it to come up 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
readilv, and forms a mucilage by wliich any
material can be made !?> adhere t>> the seed.
Coal Tar 1>. big a very small portion of this val
iible compound In prevent the ravages of birds
and insects, lait bo united and prepared as to
forth a dry powder, which dissolve.' readily,one
pound prod it 'big one and a half gallons, or
fifteen pound- of niifcilnge. On every farm there
nrc to bo found in abundance valuable mate
rials for rolling reeds in before planting, which
should never he neglected, 'flu e arc rich dry
black earth and wood ruJics, or liinc,aud should
bit mixed in proportions of .in,- part of wood
a In . or lime, '.<> three parts of earth. By the
aid of the mucilage, much of this material can
lie made to adhere toeaehs.nl, which never
fails to show good results. It has boon tried on
i orn, rice, cotton, win at, potatoes, peas and all
tlio cereals with mat Led cllcct, none showing
any BlgUM of rua, blight or fungus w here it was
applied. Put up in one pound Packages at M0
cents per pound, which dissolves rind form one
and a halt gallon of Mucilage, Hiillicieut to roll
need for one acre land, 000 Planters used it last
season with remarkable success.
Every Firmer and Planters should use it.
roit sAi.t: iiY
Hi UK ROBINSON, Agent.
Oraugeburg, S. C.
Feb. 2?.j 3m,
T. B, BOYD'S
Ono door westof Cornolsop's, has the Largest
and Cheapest Stock of BOOTS and SHOES
ever oU'crcd for sale in Orangeburg.
ALSO A PULX STOCK OF
CANDIES, SEGA RS, TOBACCO &c
The above poods will be sold to the purchaser
and hard times. All he wishes is a Call and
a Eair trial before puschasing elsewhere.
Nov. 18,1873 ' 3D Jv
GO TO TEXAS
VIA 1 HE
lone star route!
( Intern atioxal and Great North fun K.K.)
Passengers going to Texas via Memphis and
Liiiio Sock, or via Shrcvcport, strike this line
at Longview, tho Best Route to Palestine.
Hearno, Waco, Austin, Huntsville, Houston,
Galveston and all points in Western, Central,
Eastern and and .Southern Texas.
Passengers via New Orleans will .ind it the
Pest Route-to Tyler, Miucola, Dalian, Overtoil,
Crockett, Longview and ad points in Eastern
and Northeastern Texas.
This line is well built, thoroughly equipped
with every niadern improvement, including
New and I'.lcgaut Day Coaches, Pullman Pal
ace Sleeping Cars, WestinghouHO Air Brakes,
Miller's Patent Safty Plat forms and Couplers;
aud nowhere else can the prssengerso complete
ly depend on a speedy safe and comfortable
The Long Star Ponte has admirably answer
ed the query: ''Mow to to go to Texas?"' by the
publication of an int"resting nnd truthful docu
ment, containing a valuable and correct map,
which can be obtained, free of charge, by ad
dressing the General Ticket A pent, Internation
al and Great Northern Railroad, Houston,
Texas" District E.]
Feb. 12 1874 Iv
liberal t m r ms!
We arc qflcring ot:r (? \-<',\o~ for this season on
the following liberal terms:
PIKES IX GUANO, Per Tonor 2,000 lb*S57,ri0.
VYIECOX, GIBBS & CO.'S MANIPULATED
?UANO per T?n Of 2,000 1?*, $70.00.
($1.00 per ton drnyagu to be added.) On credit
until 1>1 November. 187-1, with
Opt ion of paying iu MuhUirg Cotton, deliver
ed at buyers' nearest depot at 15cper lb.
A discount o( $10.00 per ton will be allowed
Oar Agent.: throughout tue State sell at same
pritvs and on same terms as ourselves.
Hand in your orders to nearest agents, at once.
WIIAJOX, GIBBS & CO.
GllA It LEST < )N, H. C.
* -f cb. C 3m
For Cheap Tobacco
At 8 plugs for 81.00
At ? plugs for SI.00
Go to store of
doiiis A. Hamilton'.
pianos and organs,
jSXojiMiIv .Install merits.
rER?LS OF LEASE:
.1/?' Payments mailt on J.<?<?.-<? will apply towards
the purchn ?? of the Instrument Loaned.
Pianos valued at
$ r>0 to SV.io : : $75 advance, $25 monthly.
D2?.to <K;tt : : 7? advance, 30 monthly.
(525 to 7?0 : : 100 advance, -10 monthly.
Organs vtducd <tt
$120 to'200 : : $-.'?"> advance, $10 monthly
22"> to 3?0 : : 40 advance, 1"> monthly
30Q to 500 : : 50 advance 2? monthly.
Jtr:o"' Parties who oiler satisfactory Security
can pay for Instruments in notes ;it 3, (5, !>, and
12 months' time.
Call and find out other inducements offered
iu both Time anil Cash Sales, from
Agent for Orangeburg County,
may 22, lv73 H tf
GIRAUDEAU'S 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 the balance of it very soon, wc can
oiler to parties in need of
ofnny kinds a line lot n> s< loot from, nnd a
prices u.< low as any bouse of the kind in
Always oil hand, or made to order.
Of Cotton, Moss, Woo) or Hair on band, o r
made of any required size,
done promptly, carefully and at rensonnb
laitAIt?KAH' & CO.
Bcpl. 25, 1S73 32 0m
F. II. W BRIGGMANN
Has just received a fresh supply of GROCERIES such as
bacon, _ coffee, 2
lard, g tea ^
butter, q sugat', 5
CHEESE, 3 OYSTERS,- 0
CRACKERS, fc SARDINES, |5
? i SI
CONSTANTLY keeps ON HAND, l)vV Good*, Clotliirig, Shoes, T~Iat?5W
Caps &C? &C-? ?t price to suit the times.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF
\ d-t?; .W"
And Several kinds of FERTILIZERS which can be bought low down for ra^upvp
Apr. 10,1873 F. u. \y. BRiaGMAF' ,
FIRE INSlTRAltaClB AGENCY? ' .'^
Insure your Dwelling, Store or Stock of Goods in the ? l'<m%
LIVERPOOL, LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE :,;C0
Capita!, $20,500,000 in UoU. ,f[.
This company paid over three (3) millions at Chicago fire, and over >W mux
million at recent fircin Boston. JAS. H. FOYVLES, Agent. -n-ulT
DR. A. C. DUKES,
Qrangeburg? C- IT-, So "Ca
DEALER IN ,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemials and Paints.
INE Toilet SO APS, Fancy HAIR and TOTH Brushes, Perfumery and Tqiler
Articles, TRUSSES and Shoulder BRACES,
AND GARDEN SEEDs
Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH'S
- and DYE STUFFS
? ETTER-PAPER^ Pens, Ink, Envelopes, Glass, Putty, Carbon Oil, Lamps,' ah
iJ Chimneys. ALSO
A FINE LOT OF CIGARS, TOBACCO and CANDIES. '
B?UPby'sicianV PrcRcriptionsaccurately'C?rniyounded.'??g t
THE OLD DRUG HOUSE REVIVED,
WITH an ENTIRE NEW STOCK of FRESH and CHOICE GOODS,
HARI1AL & PELZEB,
, WH OLEF ALE Dil UG GISTS.
1(57 MEETING SREET, - CHARLESTON, S. C.
.Successors to the Old Establslicd Houses of
V . .
HAVILAND, HARRAL & CO., Charleston.
IIA V IL AND, EIS LEY <v CO., Augnirta, Ok
HARR Ali, RISLEY A KITCHEN, New York.
Mar. 5 1S71 3m
I NOW OFFEB TO THE PUBLIC
' ft j
THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST ASSORMENT OE
E\ Kit brought or Si.Id :it this Market, at pi u i so low that a small sain can buy n gallon of Puro
WHISK KY, 'Kyc or Corn," aa they prefer. With a view of closing out the present heavy stock
TEE CONSTANT DEMAND F >R
HAS not only induced mo to keep constantly n Fresh supply on hand, and receive .additional
supplies by every Train and every .Steamer, but it has induced M K to lower the prices of guod.i
to cause a "steady sale of all goods, and make it advaatagor.s for the Public to purchase at ' ?
Nov 20, c31 ly
nimm Ml fin tma ~i~n - ^.?aiJ-.Ttts?J
ENTERPRISE CLUB ROOMS,
DEM AUS & WOLFE,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT OF LIQUORS AND ft EG A RS, AND IT IS
Receiving every day the
JPatroiiag? of tlie I-Miblic,
WHO come in there to pass a pleasanthour, by playing a social game of Billiards on their newly
ly litte?! tables. If yon want anything
In the Liquor Line
GO to the Enterprise Club Rooms, for von will find in it everything.
.Jan. 1 1S71. tf,
Mrs. T. W. Albergotii,
~H * KS I RES to inform her frienda ami tho
Air public that she has just opened a lino as
sort moot of Holiday Gift?, Birthday mid llridnl
Present*,*&c. Prices to suit the time* Fine
China Fancy Goods, such ns Vn?w, Motto Cups
China figures, Jewelry Horas, Toilet sei , Cor
i.. - it Set*, BOmcthiug now.and handsome.
INDIA llUltiJKH GOODS, T?Y3 of va
rious kind , and odo r articles to., nu
merous t> mention, suitable for
OLD and YOUNG, LAllGK
and SMALL. ALSO,
Fronch and plain
Fruits, Nuts, A-e.
Call and see for yourselves, and she will en
deavor to please you.
Nov. 27, 1878 11 3m
HR IC KS !
fp'ii: UN pKHSICNKD FtESPEvTFyL^Y
Infc .'im tlio public that he is now prepare*} Jo
turni h MUCKS in any quantity. All orders}
will meet prompt attention.
0, C. EDWARDS,
may 1 73 ly
For Cheap Tobacco,
At 8 plugs for SI.00 i
At 9 plugs for $1.00
(ro to store of
John A. Hamilton,