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THE OMNGEBTJUG TIMES.
Orangefcurg, S. 0,, Apr. 2, 1874,
Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized to
?Hcct and receipt for advertisements pud nub
.criptionB to the Times,
Mayor?Joab W. Moscley.
'Clerk?T. D. Wolfe.
Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P. llar
Uy, B*. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe.
Baptist Church?Services first Sunday evening
And the second and fourth Sundays, morning
and evening. Rev. A. P. Norris, Pastor.
Presbyterian Cliurch?Services at 11 A.M.,
and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9J A. M.?
Prayer sneeting Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Uev. J. I). A. Brown, Evangelist.
M-.--^- ., __ it
Church of tho Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st
ahd 3d Sundays. Serves at 11 A. M., and 4
P. m. Sabbath School 9J A. M.
Methodist Church?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7J P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
Rev. J. B. Campbell, Pastor.
Lutheran Church-?Sabbath Scbool at 9 A.
J. Gr. Vose, Superintendent.
Orangebnrg Mail Arrangement.
Northen), 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
I?AT TRAINS. i DAY TRAINS.
Down - - -.11 30 A. M. Down-7.?o A. M.
Up - - - - 1.54 P. M. Up-12.42 P. M.
NIUIIT TRAP'S NIOUT Til A INS.
Down - - - 11.52 P. M.' Down - - - 0.13 P. M
Vp.2.03 A. M. Up.5.31 A. M
Soda water Season has commenced.
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Go to C. D. IvoHjohn for line liquors
A fine horse died on Tuseday from
Tiiere \va ? iinnpthei; game of Base
Bui! on Monday!
Tili: weather for the past few days has
been wann und pleasant.
A fresh lot of Uiiantipc bus been re
ceived by Mr. J. A. Humiltoii.
Tin-: Funny Fellows menu Business.
They had another rohersnl on Tuesday
I lev G. A. Hough praaebed an eloquent
Sel'lUou Ittkst .Sunday in the Presbyterian
Wednesday was the first cd'April and
numberless were the jokes '^ot oil'on the
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A public Installation of officers cf the
Temperance Division, No. 24, will take
place on Monday evening next.
The colored people of this place have
formed a Temperance Society, with about
forty members. This is a start.
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Wk have received a circular from F.
Meleheis Esq., Commissioner of Immi
gration, which we will published next
Tun Southern Cultivator comes this
mouth, filled with its usual interesting
reading matter, every body ought to sub
scribe for it.
The editorial on carpetbaggers tins
WvCk was written by our talented towns
man (and formei editor of this paper)
<Jns, S. Hay ward Esq.,
A line drove of Horses and Mules will
?oon hebere fron? the west, they will ar
riveabouttbe 13th or 14th of April, and
(will be'Bold by Messrs, Bamberg & Slar
ter?In roar of \/ose & J/Jar's store,
Messrs DeMars & Wolfe arc up to
the times and are going, to establish a
first class eating saloon in the rear of the
Biliard Saloon. The building is in fair
progress and we suppose by our next
issue that the resturant will bo in full
All th use whoso subscription has ex
pired will fihd a red cross murk on their
paper and we hope sill will comoand settle,
The now tmrber, J. II. Mathows, has
arrived, and has opened a first class bar
ber shop in Bcttlson's building. ' He is
j?st from Charleston, and knows his bu
Biness.thorougbly. Hd has had already
a large number of customers, and shaves
so well, that we know of a young man
who prayed for a beard just to be shaved
by the new barber?of course.
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Southern Law Review.
This able periodical comes with its
usual regularity, the No. for April is filled
with subjects of importance, not only to
Lawyers but to every one else. The
Review is published quarterly?-terms
$5,00. F. T. Reed Esq., a gentleman well
known in Literary circles is the Editor.
1 f any one wants it they can get it by
Addressing F. T. Reed, Editor Review
Go to the Enterprise Grocery Store,
and you will find what you want at the
lowest cash price. Mr. Fischer's grocery
store at the corner ie filled with all the
good things needed in a grocery store.
Ladies would du weil to examine his
stock before buying elsewhere In rear
of the grocery store, but kept separate is
the Knterprise Saloon filled with the finest
brands of liquors, segnrs &c. Give Mr.
Fa call. .
History of the 3, 0. College.
Mesrs. Walker, Evans & Cogswell, of
Charleston, S. C, expect to publish inn
few months the second edition of "The
History of the S. C. College." The work
had been prepared for the press by the
hands of its late lamented author, Dr.
M. La Borde, and will enbrn.ee the whole
period of the existence of the College, in
cluding several new sketches of members
of the faculty:
. It will also contain a life of the author
by Rev. J, L. Reynolds D! D., his col
league for more than twentp years.
Price, $2,50, to be paid upon its pub
Cupt. Mortimer Glover, has been re
quested to receive subserptions, and as be
is requested to report at an early 'day,
those who intend to subscribe should call
upon him at one .
Evry graduate of the College in the
County should have a copy.
The Rural Carolinian.
Toe April number of this invaluable
Magnx:!ie comes to us iu good season,
brimful of that class of practical and in
stinctive reading matter which has char
acterized every issue from its first incep
tion to the present time, and which has
won for it a deservedly high reputation
among the agriculturists of the country.
Roth publishers and editor merit the
warmest thanks of that large class of the
industrial community of the South to
whose interest and elevation it is cheifly
devoted. We hope their efforts will bo
liberally rewarded by an annual increase
in their sudscription list until the bene
ficial influences of its practical lessons
and bightoncd teachings shall, bo felt on
the farm and at the fireside, throught the
length and breadth of the Sunny South.
The terms are $2 per annum, with liberal
Club rates. The publishers also give
the choice of two beautiful chromes to all
subscribers, at prices astonishingly low.
Address Walker. Evans & Cogswell, and
William L. Daggett, Publishers, Charles
ton, S. C, who will send specimen copies
free, if desired.
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Sends your orders for Doors Sash
and Blinds to tho Southern House of Geo.
S. Hacker of Charleston S. C. Mr L
Ransdale of our Town is tho author
ised agent for this House.
One of Vtc first business principles to
act upon, is to make all purchases direct
from tho manufacturers, thus saving largo
sums of money, for this reason we advise
our lenders io purclutso their Windows,
Doors, Blinds, &c, from I. II. Hall &Co.,
Charleston, S. C, who have at tho 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 glasj. They are
also Agents for Asbestos' Roofing Felt,
try it and you will be pleased with its
durability. Send for price list, circulars,
&c. ? '
? Time is Money.?The old fashoucd
manner of building'houses, at.d waiting
for months for the . sashes, doors, and
blinds to season, is obsolete. A live en
serprising man who reads the newpapers,
and keeps posted- about matters and
things, will make an estimate of what is
required in the house he is about to erect,
Bend to Charleston, S. C, to the Buil
ders' Emporium, and bave all his Doors,
Sashes and Blinds, readjr to go in its
place when the weather-boardings are
put on. Messrs. I. H. Hall & Oo., the
Proprietors, have the most extensive
stock of Building Materials and Orna
mental House Work, including White
Pine, and Fancy Lumber, Marble and
Marbleized Slate Eentcls, Asbestos' Roof
ing Felt, &c. Stnd for price lists and
circulars. ,. , ... r, *
CONSIGNEES FER, EXPRESS.'
A R Boehette,
J W fuller,
F B Livingstone,
L R Beckwitb, 2
Moor & Wilson,
SMack,;H ;7j Ii '\r \.
F H W Briggman, ,
H A C Walker,
J P M Forest,1
-Mrs A-V Cooner.
Office of the Obanoeburo Times.
February 12, 1874.
Ordinary, - ' - - - 11 (7A 12
Oood Ordinary, - - 12 (?V 13
Low Middling", - - - ' ]3L ?
Strict Middling, - ? - 14} (tfy
Bacon Hams .: : lb 12} @ 18
i " Sides : : " 11 Q/J 12}
Lard : . : " 12} ?
Cora " : : : : bus 1 00 % 110
Peas ::::?' 80 @> 85
Oats : seed : " 1 25 ? 1 GO
Flour : : : : cwt 4 75 % 0 00
Fodder : : : " 1 25 0
Rough. Rice : : " 1 30 ?1 35
Butter : : : : II) .'50 @ 50
Eggs : : : : do2 15c @
Turkeys : : : pr 1 00 @t 150
Gccso : : : : " 1 00 @ 1 25
Fowls, : : per do/. 3.50 per dor
Bees Wax : : : lh 23 @
Beef : : " 10 @ 12
Tallow : . : " 8 @ 10
Pindcrs : : per bushel 1 55(? I 35
J. H. Blatliews
OHANGEBURG, So. Ca.
Shop in rear of BettUon's Building.
Apr. 2 tf
11 KS IT AND aTSNTJINTi'
GARDEN hEEDS and ONI ON SETS, Just
received from D. Landrcth & Son, and for sale
by E. EZEKIEL, Sign of the Big watch
Members of the different Granges will be sup
plied at Grange prices.
XS EZB KIEL
Mar. 13, 1873 if
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Inf?.-ms the public that be is now prepared to
furnish BRICKS in any quantity. All orders
will meet prompt attention.
* ? n v ? ? % o ? .
may 1 73 ly
Egg Fingers and
Honey Cakes, at store of
T. It. BOYD'S
One dour west of Cornclson's, has the Largest
and Cheapest Stock of ROOTS and SHOES
ever offered for sale in Orangeburg.
also a full stock of
CANDIES, SEGA RS, TOBACCO Ac
The above goods will besohl to the purchaser
and hard times. All he wishes is a Call and
a Fair trial before purchasing elsewhere.
Nov. 13, 1873 80 lv
GO TO TEXAS
via 1ii k
LONE STAll 110UTW
(lKTKuxA'fioNA j . and GrbatNoutiiekn R.R.)
Passengers going to Texas? via Memphis and
Little Rock, or via Shrcvcp?rt, strike this line
at Longview, the Best Route to Palestine.
Hearne. Waco, Austin, Uuntsvillc, Houston,
Galveston and all points in Western, Central,
Eastern and and Southern Texas.
Passengers via New Orleans will dnd it the
Best Route to Tyler, Mincola, Dallas, Overton,
Crockott,"Longview and all points in Eastern
and Northeastern Texas.
This.line Is well built, thoroughly equipped
with every modern improvement, including
New and klcgant Day Coaches, Pullman Pal
ace Sleeping Cars, Weslinghouse Air Brakes,
MillcrVpatent Safty Platforms and Couplers;
and nowhere else can tho prwenger bo complete
ly depend on a speedy safe and comfortable
The'Long Star Route has admirably answer
ed thq 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, fred at thaVg'e, by ad
dressing Jhe General Ticket Agent, Internation
al and Great Northern Railroad, Houston,
Texas*. District E.]
Fcb}^2 .1874 * ly
We ore offering our Guanos for this season on
the following liberal terms:
PHCEplX G?ANO^PerToB of 2,?o4 fnisAjto) |
W1LCOX, GIBBS & CO.'S MANIPULATED
GUANO per Ton of 2,000 lbs, $70.00.
($1.00 per ton drayage to be added.) On credit
until 1st November, 1874, with
Option of paying in Bliddling Cotton, deliver
ed at buyers' nearest depot at 15c per lb.
A discount of $10-00 per ton will be allowed
? Our Agent? throughout tue State sell at same
price* and on same terms as ourselves.
Hand in your ordern to nearest agents, at once.
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Feb. 5 3m
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
IMContlily Insta.1 merits.
TERMS OF LEASE:
All Payment* made on Latte u-ill apply totcarde
the purchase of the. Instrument Lottned.
Pianos ruined at
$450 to $500- : : $75 advance, ?25 monthly.
. 525 to 000 : : 75 advance, 30 monthly.
(?25 to 750, : : 100 advance, 40 monthly.
Orr/nns tallied tit
?125 to 200 : : $25 advance, $10 monthly
225 to 350 : : 40 advance, 15 monthly
300 to 500 : : 50 advance 25 monthly.
XeafcT" Parties who oiler sntiafuctorv Security
can pay for Instruments in notes at It, G, 0, and
12 months' time.
Call and rlfid out other inducements offered
in both Time and Cash Sales, from ?
Agent for Orangcbiirg County,
may 22, 1873 14 "tf
QiUARUEAU'd FU UN ITU UK ST0UK.
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, we can
offer to parties in need of
of any kinds?a fine lot to select from, and a
prices as low as any bouse of the kind in
Always on hand, or made to order.
Of Cotton, Mosh, Wool or Hair on hand, o r
made of any required size.
done promptly, carefully and at rcaeonab
GXRARDEAlf & CO.
pt. 25, 1873 32 0m
SASHES AND BLINDS,
Mouldings, Brackets, Stair Fixtures, Huild
ers' Furnishing Hardware, Drain Pipe, Floor
Tiles, Wiie Guards, Terra OotUt, Ware, Marble
and Slate Mantle Pieces.
Window Glass n Snoclnlty.
fiQT White-Pine Lumber for Sale. ??rj
Circulars and Price Lists sent free on applica
tion, by P. P. TOALE.
No. 29 Heyne and 33 Pnckncy street,
ocl 1-ly Charleston, S. C.
F. IL W BRIGGMANN
l!?AS just received a fresh supply of GROCERIES aich as
'?^ BACON, 0 COFFEE, g
LARD, g TEA %
BUTTER, ? SUGA", jg,
CHEESE, W OYSTERS;. [
CRACKERS, & SARDINES, j?
CONSTANTLY keeps ON HAND. l>fe GoodR Clotliiisg.- Slices, -Hats
Caps &0? &C-? ?* price to suit the times.
nAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF"
And Several kinds of FERTILISERS which can be bought low down,for monex:
Apr. 10,1873 F- H- W- BiHGGMAW
I NOW OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST ASSORMENT OE
EV ER brought pr Bold at this Market, at price;? bo low that a small sum can buy a gallon of Pure
WHISKEY, ^JRyeorCJoiB/!itt? they prefer. With a view of closing out the present heavy atocfc ?
; > 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, bnt it has induced'.?.! E to lower the prices of goods'
to cause a steady sale of all goods, and make it advantages for the Public to purchase at
C. ?. KORTJOHN.
Nov20, j c31 ly
THX8 ZS THE TZMXS AND PLACES
fFK) BUY ANYTHING YOU WISH IN THE GROCERY LINE SUCH AS FLOUR
JL Bacon, Prepared Ham, Lard, Butter, Mollasaes, Sugar, Coffee &c, &, AT THE
ENTERPRISE GROCERY STORE.
And in rear of the Grocery, is the
WHICH is kept full of ihe finest grades of LIQUORS, SEG ARS &c, which will be sold to
suit the purchaser. Call and gee for yourself.
March 20 1874 tf
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 tliis Home. .
Just Received a tot of Prepared Ham and Dried Beef 9
fl@-01vDERS Promptly Filled and Delivered Free ot Chnrge.-=?a
\ Platform SCALE, in good Order, Capacity 1000 pounds.
Feb. 1(J ' 1874 tf
DR. A. C. DUKES,
Orangeburg, C...HU So- Ca
Drugs, Medicines, Ghemials and Faints.
FINE Toilet SOAPS. Fancy HAIR and TOTH Brushes, Perfumery and Toile*
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, Pens, Ink, Envelopes, Glass, Putty, Carbon O il, Lamps, an.
A FINE LOT OF CIGARS, TOBACCO and CANDIES.
BSk-Phy sicinns* Prescriptions accurately Compounded.*
ENTERPRISE CLUB ROOMS,
DEMRA8 & WOLFE,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT OF LIQUORS AND S EG ARS, AND IT IS
Receiving every day the
Patronage of the Pnblic,
WHO come in there to pass a pleasant hour, by playing a social game of Billiards on their newly
ly fitted tables. If you want anything
In the Liquor Line
HO to the Enterprise Clnb Rooms, for you will find in it everything.
Jan. 1_ _? " 1874. tC
MoMICHAEL & BLUME.
WI8HING CHEAP GOODS, HAD
Littlo troublo by walking down the corner to this
CHEAP CASH STORE,
THEY have a Choice I,ot of GrROC3HlRI3?S Snob as
Rviiter. ?iaoar-,. _
Coffee, Tea <fco.
A line lot of SEGA RS and TOBACCO'S low down for the mane v.
DRY GGOD&of every
Desciiption, and CLOTHING at wholesale prices.
8*3s~WE pay the highest market prices for Com, Peas, Potatoes,,Ground-nut and other pro,
duce, and have for salea large lot of seed corn and.r?eas >h\.?.V.B~