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IUE ORANGEBUllG TIMES,
Oiangeburg, 8. 0., Mar, 26,1874.
t9* Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized to
jollect and receipt for advertisements and sub
scriptions to" the Times.
Mayor?Jonb W. Mosclcy.
Clerk?T. D. Wolfe.
Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P. Har
ter, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe.
Baptist Church-?Services first Sunday evening
end the second and fourth Sundays, morning
and evening. Rev. A. P. Norris, Pastor.
Preelf/terion Church*?Services at 11 A.M.,
Mid 4 P. M?Sabbath School *t 9J A. M.?
Pr*y?f meeting Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Hsr. 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 9} A. M.
Methodist Church?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7} P.M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
Rsv. J. B. Campbell, Pastor.
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
J. O. Vose. Superintendent.
Oraagebarg Mail Arrangement.
Northern, Western nnd Closes.
Charleston. IIA. 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
, AT ORANGEBURG.
pat TUA1NK. I DAY TUAIN3.
Down - - -11 30 A. M. Down - - - - 7.?(i A. M.
Up-1.54 P. M- Up - - - - 12.42 P. M.
XIOflT TRAIV8 I KIOHTTR?1SH.
Down - - - 11.52 P. M. Down - - - 0.13 1\ M
Up.2.03 A. M. Up.5.31 A. M
Contract advertisers may change
monthly. Kvcry change must he sent
in hy Monday noon.
The Ornngehurg Division met on
Thursday, and had a fine dinner. Who
wouldn't he a granger.
- mt * -m
The fishing season is in full blastjudg
itg from the number or fish carriers seen
'on the street on Saturduv.
The Funny Fellows held their first
rehersul on Tuesday evening. They hope
to give an entertainment at an early day.
Wk have received a copy of the Stu
dents Journal, al! young people ought to
have it. The publisher offers unusual
TiiEinauj friends of Mr. Fuller will
regret to learn that ho has left the Epis
copal church of this plac , and is going
to St. Stephens.
The Rev. G. Hough of the Lutheran,
Church will officiate on Sunday next in
tho Presbyterian church, The subject
of his rermon will be "The resurection
We have received from Col. A. D.
Frederick, ouo of our delegates to the
Convention, a neat pamphlet, containing
the proceedings of tho Convention. The
pamphlet is well gotten up, and is very
The Flying Horses have paid our town
a visit; and has afforded to the young
people fine amusement. The proprietor
C. M. Randolph understands his business,
and seems to have made many firends
among the young people.
Go to Boyd'8 boot and shoe store, and
buy some of those fine shoes. Mr. Boyd
has just received a select assortment from
the North; and by making a speciality of j
shoes he is able sei la good and substan
tial shoe, for a very small price.
Mr. J. R. O. Bettison has at last sup
plied a want; that is getting the illustra
ted papers here regularly. As ho has just
otarted be carries iton a small scale, but
judging by the rapid way he sells them
we predict that it will be a pleasaut and
All those whose subscription has ex
pired will find a red cross mark on their
paper and we hope all will come and settle
Mb. She-rod Reeves, the polite' and
attentive assistant of Dr. Dukes has re
turned to his old post after an absence of
two weeks; every body is glad to sea him..
Dr. Dukes has on hand a fine stock of
drugs, chemicals &c, you hnd better give
him a call.
Mr. J. A. Williams is still at his trade
of painting in which he excells. One
of the finest specimens of his workman
ship is now at M r. Riggs shops?namely:
a buggy which Mr. W is painting, it is
done up in style, and we can well say
that Mr. Williams is a stylish painter.
Death has taken from our midst Col.
Thomas Oliver. This gentleman died on
j Sunday night after au illness of only ono
j day. Many of us saw .the Colonel on the
! strocts on Saturday, seeming in good
j health, and we were shocked to hear on
I Sunday evening that ha was unable to
live through the night. Helcava widow
and several children, who Lave our deep
--? . *
The first game of Base Ball, for this
season took place on last Monday even
ing. As this was the first game it was
not attended as well as it might have
been ; but those who did attend showed
the right spirit. By commencing early
the club wi'l be in good practice when
the regular season opms ; and as it is not
unlikely that the club will have a good
many matches this summer. We only
hope that thoy may be as victorious as
they always have been.
Sir. A. Fischer.
Mr. F. has just refitted the Enterprise
Saloon in a style which is worthy of
its proprietor, in it are all the modern
improvements, and after you get in there
you can easily imagiue yourself in some
big city, by seeing such an array of fancy
bottles and decanters and glasses. Mr.
Fischer has a fine assortment of liquors
and segnre; which he offers to his patrons
at very low prices. He has also a select
stock of groceries in the front part of
his store; to which he invites attention.
Mcldichael & Blume.
See, sec, the advertisement of McMi
chael and Blume. Read it carefully and
go and purchase from them, for you will
be suited, suited in both ways, in tho ar
ticle and in the price, if you don't believe
it go ami see for your selves. They have
on hand a fine assortment of groceries
and liquors which they arc selling cheap
for cash, and as they want to make every
one satisfied with their barguins they
will show you around free of charge, and
you will not fail to buy something from
this Cheap Cash Store?at Meroncy old
Southern Life Insurance.
Messrs. Hugood and Treutlen, agents
for this staunch and reliable company
are in town, taking out policies very rap- j
idly. Both of these gentlemen are well
known, cud need no eulogy from ub?
but this we will say that, that they are
responsible aud reliable gentlomen, whom
all can relie on. Gentlemen wanting to
iusure can do so by applying to the above
gentlemen, come one come all and insure,
you can be supplied with tho best of life
policies, on the most attractive plan?
thus providing unmistakably,against pov
erty and distress for the loved ones of
home.?See their advertisement.
mt ? mmm
Every one will bo glad to learn, that
the New Depot is a settled thing, aud we
suppose it will be erected during the
summer. Ladies will then have the
satisfaction of sitting in a private room
while waiting for the truin. Mr T. O.
Dawson the ageut has alwaya tried to
make it as pleasant to ladcis as possible,
but with one very small room, and that
crowded with people it is very unpleas
ant to Indien, to say the least of it.
Orangeburg does alnrge amount of busi
ness and can of lord to have a large depot.
Ms. T. O. Dawson is the best agent that
has ever been here, he is very accomoda
ting, he is not only at his post every day,
but at night also for bo is up to the 12
o'clock train every night. j
Address of Cayt.S neridaa.
We requested from Capt. Sheridan at
the time of its delivery in October last, a
copy of ids admirable address before the
Survivors Association, and were disap
pointed that we did not receive it. On
Friday last (about five months after) it
Tens handed to us from the post office, by
Mr. J. S. ?ull who was rearranging the
loose papers &c. The many friends of
the gifted orator, and the Captain him
self will please exculpate us from indiffer
ence in the matter. yVe suppose the
cause of the non-delivery of the Manu
script was owing to it being not stamped.
One of tae first business principles to
act upon, is to make all purchases direct
from the manufacturers, thus saving large
sums of money, for this reason we advise
our readers tp purchase their Windows,
Doors, Blinds, &c, from I. H. Hall &Co.,
Charleston, S. C, who have at the Facto
ries combined benefits derived from ma
terials in first hands, skilled workmen,
latest improved machinery, and thorough
systematic management All windows
glazed with good clear glasi. They ure
also Agents for Asbestos' Roofing Felt,
try it and you will be pleased with its
durability. Send for price list, circulars,
CONSIGNEES PSR EXPRESS.
J W Shuler,
Mrs M K ?ullens 2,
Moor & Wilson 2,
J P Evans,
W T Dantzlcr,
Mrs A Smoke,
D R Shanahan,
II N Knell,
D R Pearson,
Mrs A V Cooner,
M Walls & Co,
II N P Sandle.
Office of the Ouangeburq Times.
February 12, 1874.
Ordinary, - - - - 11 ? 12
(iood Ordinary, - - 12 (a) 13
Low Middling, - - - 13} ?
Strict Middling, - - - ,141 ?
Racon Hams : : lb 12$ ? 18
" SidcM : : "11 ? 12J
Lard : : " 121 ?
Corw : : : ' : bus 1 00 ? 1 10
? Peas : : : : " 80 ? 85
Oats : seed : : " 1 25 ? 160
Flour : : : : cwt 4 73 ?6 00
Fodder : : : "I 20 ?
Rough II ice : : " 1 30 @ 1 35
Butler : : : : lb 30 ? 50
Eggs : : : : doz 13c ?
Turkeys : : : pr 1 00 ? 150
Geese' : : : : " 1 00 ? 1 25
Fowls, : : per doz. 3.50 per do/..
Bees Wax : : : lb 23 ?
Beef : : " 10 ? 12
Tallow : . : " 8 ? 10
Pindcrs : : per bushel 1 55? 1 35
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE undersigned, having assumed the Gen
eral Agency of the SOUTHERN LIFE IN
SURANCE COMPANY for die State of Ssuth
Carolina, beg leave to inform their friends and
the public generally, that they have opened
their office on Main street, in the city of Colon i
bio, where they will be pleased at all times to
meet their friends, and give such information
as may be deiircd, and to write life polices on
the mast approved plans, as well as at the lowest
stock rates. The very satisfactory and substan
tial condition of this great Southern institution,
with the prompt and liberal manner which has
characterized it in the adjustment of its losses,
should commend it to the highest consideration
respect and patronage of the citizens of South
HAGOOD & TREUTLEN,
Mar. 26-3m General Agents for 8. C.
RESH AND GENUINE
GARDEN SEEDS and ONION SETS, Just
received from D. Lnndreth & Son, and for sale
by E. EZEKIELo Sign of the Big watch
Members of the different Granges will be sup
plied at Grange prices.
Mar. 13, 1873 tf
rjpiIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Infcrms 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
GO TO TEXAS
VIA. 1 HE
LONE STAR ROUTE!
(International and Great Northern U.U.)
Passengers going to Texan via Memphis and
Little Rock, or via Shrcveport, strike this line
atLosgview, the Best Route to Palestine.
Hearue, Wnoo, Austin, Hnntsville, Houston,
Galvcston and all points in Westen, Central,
Eastern and and .Southern Texas,
Passengers via New. Orleans will .ind it the
Best Route to Tyler, MtneoUi, Dallas, Ovcrton,
Crockett, Longv'ievr and all points in Eastern
and .Northeastern Texas.
This line is well built, thoroughly equipped
with every modern improvement, including
New and hlcgant Day Coaches, .Pullman Pal
ace Sleeping Cars, Wcstinghouse Air Brakes,
Miller's Patent Safty Phitfomis and Couplers;
and nowhere else can the prsscnger so complete
ly ^depend on a speedy Bafe 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 be obtained, free of charge, by aa
dressing the General Ticket Agent, Internation
al and Great Northern Railroad, Houston,
Texas- District E.]
Feb. 12 1874 < ly
We ore offering our Guanos for this season on
the following liberal terms:
PHtENIX GUANO, Per Ton of 2,000 lbs $57,50.
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.'S MANIPULATED
GUANO per Ton of 2,000 lbs, $70.00.
($1.00 per ton drayoge to bo added.) On credit
until 1st November. 1874, with
Option of paying in Middling Cotton, deliver
ed at buyers' nearest depot at 15cper lb.
A di--count of $10.00 per tor. -ill.be allowed |
Our Agents throughout too State sell at same
prlcoa and on same terms as ourselves.
Hand in your orders to nearest agents, at once.
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Feb. 5 3m
j PIANOS AND ORGANS,
j\tontlily Xnstal merits.
TERMS OF LEASE:
All Payment* .made on Lease will apply toicards
the purchase of the Instrument Loaned.
Pianos valued at
$400 to $500 : : $75 advance, $25 monthly.
525 to 000 : : 75 advance, 30 monthly.
025 to 750 : : 100 advance, 40 monthly.
Oraans valued at
$125 to 200 : : $25 advance, $10 monthly
-E25 to 350 : ! 40 advance, 15 monthly
? 300 to 500 : : 50 advance 25 monthly.
; Jpciy* Parties who offer satisfactory Security
can pay for Instruments in notes at 3, 0, 9, and
12 months' time.
?Call and Und out other inducements oflcred
in both Time and Cash Sales, from
, KIRK ROBINSON,
AgcUt for Orangeburg t'ountv.
may 22, 1S73 14 "tf
GIRARDKAU'S FURNITURE STORK.
From our old stand to the NEW STORE in
REAR OF ENGINE H0?8E.
Having received a part of our Fall Stock and
expecting the Imlance of it very soon, we can
oner to parties in need of
of any kinds?a fine lot to select from, and a
prices oa low as any house of the kind in
Always on hand, or made to order.
Of Cotton, Moss, Wool or Hair on hand, o r
made of any required size.
done promptly, carefully and at rensonab
GIRARDEAir & CO*
pt . 25, 1873 32 0m
SASHES AND BLINDS,
Mouldings, Brackets, Stair Fixtures, "Muld
ers' Furnishing Hardware, Drain Pipe, Floor
Tiles, Wiie Gunrds, Terra Gotta Ware, Marble
and Slate Mantle Pieces.
Window Glass a Specialty.
White-Pine Lumber for Sale. ~g&8
Circulars and Price Lists sent free on applica*
tion, by P. P. TOALE.
No. 29 Hayne and 33 Pnckn cy street,
ocl 1-ly Charleston, S. C.
F. H. W BRIGGMANN
HA? just received a fresh supply of GROCERIES aich as
BACON, Q COFFEE, .g
LARD, g TEA %
BUTTER, g SUGAF, W
CHEESE, m OYSTERS, 8
CRACKERS, SARDINES, |2
CANNED ?. FRUIT.
CONSTANTLY keeps (pi HAND, Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats,.
CapB &C? &C-rntl??e?tto *aifcthe times.
has just received A sew lot of
And Several kinds of FERTILIZERS which can be bought low down for money.
Apr. 10,1873 F- H- W- BUIGGMAN
I NOW OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST ASSORMENT OE
PURE LIQUORS t
EV ER brought or Sold at tlds Market, at prices so lowtliat a small sum can buy a gallon of Pure
WHISKEY, "Rye or Corn," as they prefer. "With a new of closing out the present heavy clock
THE CONSTANT DEMAND FOR
HAS not only induced me to keep constantly a Fresh supply on hand, and receive additional ?
supplies by every Train and every Steamer, but it has induced ME to lower the prices of goods
to cause a steady sale of all goods, and make it advontagocs for the Public to purchase at
C. D. KORTJOHN.
Nov 20, c31 ly
GEN. J. B. GORDON, President. W. C MORRIS, Secretary.
GEN. A. H. C0LQU1T, Vice-Pretident C F- McCAY, Onumttiny Actuary.
ASSETS, anuary 1st., 1872, $1,241,94-7 4X>.
BLACK & WARING,
J S ALBERGOTTI,
-CORNER RUSSELL -STREET AND RAIL ROAD AVENUE
HAS a full Stock of everything in the GROCERY line and Receiving daily additions
to his already Full Stock-Fair Dealing and low prices is the motto of this House.
Just Received a Lot of frepared Ham and Dried Beef \
jeyORDERS Promptly Filled and Delivered Free of Charge.-?!
1 Platform SCALE, in good Order, Capacity 1000 pounds.
Feb. 19 1874 tf
DR. A. C. DUKES,
Orangeburg? C- H-, So- Ca
Drugs, Medicines, Chemials and Paints.
FtNE Toilet SO ATS. Fancy HAIR and TOTH Brushes, Perfumery and Toilea
Articles, TRUSSES and Shoulder BRACES, ?
GRASS AND GARDEN SEEDS
PURE Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH'S
and DYE STUFFS
LETTER-PAPER, Pen <, Ink, Envelopes, Glass, Putty, Carbon Oil, Lamps, ah
A FINE LOT OF CIGARS, TOBACCO aud CANDIES.
IKguPhysicians' Prescriptions accurately Compounded."?!!
ENTERPRISE CLUB ROOMS,
DEM ARS & WOLFE,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT OF LIQUORS AND SEGARS, AND IT IS
Receiving every day the
Patronage of the Public,
WHO come in there to pass a pleasanthour, by playing a social game of Billiards on their newly
ly fitted tables. If you want anything
In the Liquor Line
?O to the Enterprise Club Rooms, for you will find in it everything.
Jan. 1 _1874._ tf.
MoMICHALL & BLUME.
PARTIES "WISHING CHEAP GOODS, HAD BETTER PUT THEMSELVES TO A
Little trouble bv walking down the corner to this
CHEAP CASH STORE,
THEY have a Choice I?otofGROOERIE8 Such as
A fine lot of SEGARS and TOBACCOS low down for the mon^P^?0' ^CO*
Desciiption, and CLOTHING at wholesale prides. DRY G0ODS ?f
- -WE pay the highest market prices for Corn, Peas, Potatoes Ground nut and othar pro*
duce, and have for sale a largo lot of seed corn and peas Mc. * B,