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FHE OMNGEBURG TIMES.
Oyangebarg, S. 0., Apr. 9, 1874.
jjr. Kms; Romnson is authorized to
,'ollect and receipt for advertisements and snb
teriptions to the Times.
Mayor?Joab W. Moscley.
Clerk?T. D. Wolfe.
Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P. Har
le?, B. WilliamBon, T. D. Wolfe.
i 1 - -
Baptist Church?Services firetSunday evening
and the second and fourth Sundays, morning
and evening. Rev. A. P. Norris, Pastor.
Presbyterian Cliurcli?Services at 11 A. M.,
and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9J A. M.
Praroc westing Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
fcov. J. D. A. Brown, Evangelist.
Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st |
and 3d Sundays. Serves nt 11 A. M,, and 4
P. M. Sabbath School 9* A. M.
Methodist Churcli?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7j P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
ReVt J. B. Campbell, Pastor.
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
J. G. Vose, Superintendent.
Orangebarg Mail Arrangement.
Noriliarn, Western and CIobcs.
Charleston. 11 A. M.
Columbia. 1 P. M.
Oilicc hours from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sundays
W. E. WILLIAMS, P. M.
ARRIYAL AND. DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
dat tra1nh. , day-trains.
Down - - - 11 ?6 A. M.iDown - - - - 7.50 A. M.
Up - - - - 1.54 P. M. Up - - - ? 12.42 P. M.
nioiit TRAICH ! niohttrain*.
Down - - - 11.5*2 P. M.I Down - - - tt.13 P. M
Up.2.03A. M.'Up.5.31 A. M
Mit. J.S. Albergotti ?ftersgobda cheah
lot cash, see Iiis advertisement, and you
can depend on what he says.
See notice i?t a valuable blick yard to
rent, now is the lime, it can be got cheap
and liiere is no end to the profits in that
kind of business.
Wlisee from the Uniou-p erald of
AVttuicsdnyj Ihttt Judge Glovef has been
appointed County Treasurer, vice Hum
In. rt removed;
TitK Mercantile Prize Association if
K *w York, otiers unusual inducements to
person^ wishing to buy tickets. It is
endorsed by some of tbo leading citizens*!
of New York.
We call attention to the notice of part
nership between Messrs. \V. Wiljcock and
T. I). Wolfe. These gentlemen go into
their partnership with the best wishes of
their friends and the public.
We call attention to the article on th
c-msttutional points involved in the case
of the State vs the County Treasurer. It
was written by one who is able and well
qualified to write on such subjects.
A rare chance to secure a very desira
ble residence and laud adjoining, in the
town of Orangeburg, is given by Messrs.
Fowles *fc Glover, who ?fter for sale the
dwelling of Mr. Geo. S. Shirer on Kail
Road Avenue. Here is a fine opportunity
for some one.
We publish in another column the
statement of the Southern-Life Insurance
Company. Very few companies can show
such a statement, and all who desire to
^insure had better avail themselves of the
opportunity now, while the agent, Mr. L.
Hagood is in town.
All who want good segars low down
for the money, call at J. A. Hamilton's,
he has just received a fresh supply which
for flavor and cheapness aro unsurpassed.
They aro new brands which never have
Veen introduced in this market beforo,
,but since smoking one, wo hope they
cwill never go out
On Monday night the following oflicers
) were installed in tbo Ornngeburg Divi
sion, No. 24, S. ofT.: J. O. McKcwn,
AV. P.; Miss Annie Albergotti, W. A.;
I?. H. Wannamaker, R. 8.; Miss Lucy
Banner, A. fi. ?,; W. P. Brunson, F. S;
AlissO. L. Neuffor, T.; F. 8. Dibble.Chap.;
toJames A. Hamilton, C; T. L. Wanna
Baaker, A. O.; Miss Fannie Cannon. I. S.;
|T. O. S. Dibble, 0. S.; Di. T. A.Elliott,
Man wants but few things hero below,
but wants those few things nice; and tho
plaee you can get them is at C. D. Kort
john's, who has a supply of all good
things, which can be had cheap. Mr. K
has everything in the grocery lino, and
guarantees satisfaction; his segars nnd
liquors will suit the most fastidious. Seo
Has just received direct from the Man
ufacturers a largo supply of Boots and
Shoes to suit the trade. All who want a
good shoe for a small price, go to Boyd's
boot aud shoo store. Examine those fine
Gaiters, which feel so good on your feet
that they make walking a delightful
pastime. In addition to his shoo store,
Mr. B has a fine assortment of Groceries.
8ee his advertisement.
This popular festival of tho Germans
comes off the latter part of this month.
Heretofore it has been conducted in a
style thai, was worthy of the great Natiou
that it represented. From what we can
gather from the papers, wo think thac
this one will exceed the others in better
arrangements &c. Tho officers who have
the management of itare gentlemen fully
qualified to carry such an enterprise
T. Kohn & Bro.
Go to T Kohn & Bro., for anything in
tlie way of dry goods, boots, shoes, hats,
caps &c, aud you will come away satisfi
ed; for who could help being satisfied
when you can get more dry goods, for less
money than any where else in town. Mess
T. Kohn & Bro., have on hand the lar
gest stock of dry goods ever brought to
this market, and by selling for cash they
arc able to sell cheap, making quick sales
with small profit. Sec their advertise
ment and then give them a call.
The excitement for the past week has
been the rumored defalcation of County
Treasurer Humbert, who was arrested on
a warrant from Headquarter.-, oil Thurs
day last?charging him with a deficiency
of $10.000.00. For a day or two before
his arrest, rumen* were current about the
streets, that lie had defaulted to a large
amount; some had it thirty-three, sonic
thirty, and some twenty thousand dollars.
He was arrested* on Thursday morning,
aud in the evening was taKcn before two
trhil justices and hailed out until the.May
term of the Court. The amount of his
bail was $10.000.
Monday being .sale dnyi the usual
crowd were present. The following were
t'ie sales made by tho Sheriff, to wit:
1 Lot, 3 acres more or Jess, on Sunny
Side, property of B. D. Clark deceased,
bought by Mrs. L. S. Hall and Mrs. M.
Clark for $170.
1 Lot known as Clark's Brick yard,
bought by George Bolivcr, for $20
1 Saw Mill on High Hill Creek, nnd
the timber on G80 acres of laud adjacent
thereto, property of P. A. Buyck, bought
by Homos M. C. Kaiglcr for 815.
1 Tract of 540 acres and one other
tract of 448 acres, property of Jacob
Dantzlcr, these two tracts wore sold sub
ject to a mortgage, and were bought by
X. W. DariUder for $90.
1 Tract of 400 acres, property of David
Bull, bought by Mrs. E. M. Bull, $1000.
1 Tract of 125 acres, property of Jacob
F. Witt, bought by J. R. Watts, for 853.
Sends your orders for Doors Sash
and Blinds to tho Southern House of Gco.
S. Hacker of Charleston S. 0. Mr L
Rahsdnlc of our Tj&Wll W UiQ author
ised agent for this House.
One of tno first business principles to
act upon, is to make all purchases direct
from tho manufacturers, thus saving large
sums of money, for this reason wo advise
our readers to purchase their Windows,
Doors, Blinds, &c, from I. II. Hall &Co.,
Charleston, S. C, who have at the Facto
ries combined benefits derived from ma
terials in first hands, skilled workmen,
latest improved machinory, and thorough
systematic management. All windows
glazed with good clear glaso. They are
also Agents for Asbestos' Roofing Felt,
try it and you will be pleased with its
durability. Scud for prico list, circulars,
_.' ;? ?|"|r-?LiLi-i_j_*_-.'.'J ?1?is
Time is Money.?Tho old fashoncd
manner of building houses, and waiting
for months for tho sashes, doors and
blinds to season, is obsolete. A live en
serprising man who reads the nowpapers,
and keeps posted about matters and
things, will make an estimate of what is1]
required in tlic houso he is about to erect,
send.to Charleston, S. C, to tho Buil
ders' Emporium, and have all his Doors,
Sashes and Blinds, ready to go in its
place when the weather-boardings are
put on. Messrs. I. H. Hall & Co., the
Proprietors, have the most extensive
stock of Buildiug Materials and Orna
mental House Work, including White
Pine, nnd Fancy Lumber, Marble and
Marbleized Slate Eantels, Asbestos' Roof
ing Felt, &c. Stnd for price lists and
Office of the Orangerurg Times,]
February 12, 1874.
e CORRECTED WEEKLY.
Ordinary, -- -. '- - 11 ? 12
Good Ordinary, - - 12 ? 13
Low Middling, - 13} ?
Strict Middling, - - - 14? ?
'Bacon Hums : : lb 12}' ? 18
Sides : : " 11 ? 12J
Lard : ? : " 12J ?
Corn : :* : : bus 100 ? 110
Pens : : : : " 80 ? 85
Oats : seed : ' : ' " 1 25 ? 1 ?0
Floiir : :" : : cwt 4 75 ?GOO
Fodder : : : " I 25 ?
Rough Rico : : " 1 30 ? 1 35
Butter : : : : lb 30 ? 50
Eggs : : : : do/. 15c @
Turkeys : : : pr 1 00 ? 1 50
Geese : : : : " 1 00 ? 1 25
Fowls,, : : per doz. 3.50 perdoz.
Bees Wax : : : lb 23 ?
Beef : : " ; 10 ? 12
Tallow : .? : " 8 ? 10
Binders : : per bushel 1 55(W 1 35
To amend the Ordinance relating
to the Fins Department of the
Town of Ors-ngecurg, adopted
March 13, 1867.
Be it Ordained &c, by the Mayor and Aldermen
Tlint the Chief of the Fire Department and
the 2nd Assistant Chief, shall be elected by the
membe-s of the Town Council, and the two
highest officers of each of the chartered Com
panies-of the Fire Department, oir joint bnlldt-'
Tlint the 1st. Assistant Chief shall be elected
by the Town Council.
That the Mayor of the Town shall be Ex
Officio a member of the Board of Eire Masters.
All parts of ordinances Or regulations in con
flict with this ordinance, so far as they are
inconsistent herewith, arc repealed.
Done in Council this 7th day of April, 1874.
J . w. m?seley,
T. I). wolfe, Clerk.
ORANGEI}URG,S. C. March 31, 1874.
THE undersigned have this day formed a
Copartnership, under the name of WILLCOX &
WOLFE, for the transaction of a Tin, Stove and
General Merchandize business.
TOWNS END D. WOLFE.
TO Let out for this year, A BRICK YARD
on the Edisto River, together with all the Ma
chinery &c. Experienced hands arc awaiting
to go into it. Apply to J. C. EDWARDS, or
Apr. 0 Gco. S. SU1RER.
,IN CASH GIFTS,
TO BE DISTRIBUTED BY THE
mercantile Prize Association
of new york
A PRIZE FOR EVERY TICKET.
ICashGift, $100,000i 75C.G.,each,$1,000
6 " each) 50,000.300 ? ? 500
12 " " 25,000 200 " ?. 200
20 " " 5,000!??0 " ?? 100
400 Gold W?1*-'1??8 ' " " $'r> l<> ^00
275 Sewin? Machines ? - - - 60 to 150
75 Elegant Pianos - - . 250 to 700
50 " Melodcons - - 50 to 200
Cash GiftH,Silver.ware,etc,valucd at St,500,000
A chance to draw any of the above prizes for
25 cents. Tickets describing prizes arc sealed
in evelopes and well mixed* On recedit of 25
cents j\ sealed ticket is drawn without choice,
and sent by mail to thy address. The price
named upon it will be delivered to the ticket
hfk!?r ?" navment of one dollar, Prizes arc
iimmediately sent to any address by express or
You will know what your prize is before you
pay for it. No blanks. Our patrons call depend
on fair dealing.
opikions of tue F?RSS.?Fair dealing can
he relied oir?AT. Y. JItrald, Aug. 23. A gen
nine distribution.? World 3ept, 0. Not one of
the humbugs of the day.? Weekly Tribune, July
7. They give general satisfaction.?Staat* Zci
tuny, Aug. 5. ~
References?By kind permission we refer to
the following:?-Flanklin S. Lane, Louisville,
drew $13,000. Miss Ifattie Banker, Charleston
$0000. Mrs. Louisa T. Blake, St. Paul, Piano,
$6000. Samuel V. Raymond, Boston, $5,600.
Eugonc P. Braokctt, Pittsburg, Watch, $300.
Miss Annie Osgood, New Orleans, $500. Emory
L. Pratt, Columbus, Ohio, $7000.
One Cash Gift in overv package of 150 tickets
guaranteed. 5 tickets for $1; 11 for $2; 25 for
S3; 50 for $5; 150 for $15.00
Agents wanted, to whom we offer liberal in-,
ducenicnts and guarantee satisfaction. Send all
mnnev exceeding one dollar By express
Add roes. J Ol IN, l\ H A MI ETON A Co
Apr. 9-3in 24 Pine St. N. Y.
GO TO TEXAS
VIA 7 HE
LONE STAR ROUTE!
(International and Great Northern R.R.)
Passengers going to Texas via Memphis and
.Little Rock,"or via Shreveport, strike Urn line
at L?ngview, the Best Route to Pa'lestino.
Heurne, "Waco, Auatin,?- Huntsville, Houston,
Gnlveston and all points in Western, Central,
Eastern and and Southern Texas.
Passengers via New Orleans will .hid it the
Best Route to Tyler, Mineola, Dalhw, Overtoil,
Crockett, Longvicw and 'all points in Eastern
and ?Northeastern Texas.
This line is welt built, thoroughly equipped
'with every modern improvement, including
New and Klccant Day Coaches, Pullman Pal
ace Sleeping Cars, Westinghouse Air Brakes,'
.Miller's Patent Safty PlctforniB and (L'ouplers;
and nowhere else can the prsscnger bo complete
ly depend on a speedy Bate and comfortable
The Long Star Routo has admirably answer
ed the query: ' How to to go to Texas?" by the
publication "of nn interesting and truthful docu
ment, containing a valuable and correct map,
which can be obtained; frco of charge, b)^ ad
dressing the. General Ticket Agent, Internation
al and Great Northern Railroad, Houston,
Tcx:w District E.]
pi Feb. 12 187-4 * ly
I . We ate offering our Guanos for thiB season on
the following liberal term<?:
.PIKEN1X GUANO, Per Ton of 2,000 lbs $57,50.
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.'S MANIPULATED
GUANO per Ton of 2,000 lbs, $70.00.
|t$1.00 per ton drnynge to be added.) On credit
until I?t November, 1874, with
Option of paying in Middling Cotton, deliver,
cd at buyers' nearest depot at 15c per H?.
A discount of $10.00 per ton will be allowed
Our Agents throughout titc State sell at same
prices and on same terms as ourselves.
I ' Hand in your orders to nearest agents, aionce.
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.
CHARLESTON, S. C. ?
Feb. 5 3m
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
jSXontlily Instill merits.
TERMS OF LEASE:
All Payments made on Lease will apply toward*
the purchase of the. Instrument Leaned.
Pianos rained at
$400 to $500 : : $75 advance, $25 monthly.
525 to 000 : : 75 advance, 30 monthly*
025 to 750 : : 100 advance, 40 monthly.
Ort/ans valued at
$125 to 200 : : $25 advance, $10 monthly
225 to 1550 : : 40 advance, 15 monthly
.'WO to 500 : : 50 advance 25 monthly.
[r^-7rjfc?'" Parliert wlio ofler satisfactory Security
van pay for Instruments in notes at 3, 0, I), and
12 months' time.
Call and llnd nut other inducements oflered
in both Time and Cash Sales, from
Agent for Orangeburg Countv.
may 22, 187:5 14 'tf
FARMERS AND PLANTERS.
Steeping and Preparing Seeds before
This preparation,lately introduced to the Ag
ricultural worhl.appcar from recent experiments
to surpass all that has ever been attempted in
that line. H not only contains all the elements
and tit food for the seed in its infant state, which
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
readily, and forms a mucilage by wnich nny
material can he made to adhere to the seed.
Coal Tar being a very smnll portion of tliis vnl?
able compound to prevent the ravages ofbirds
and insects, hot so united and prepared as to
form a dry powder, which dissolves readily,ono
Jiound producing one and a half gallons, or
iftcen pounds of mucilage. On every farm there
arc to he found in abundance valuablo mate
rials for rolling seeds in before planting, which
sliould never he neglected. These are rich dry
black earth mid wood ashes, or lime,nnd should
bo mixed in proportions of one part of wood
ashes or lime, to three parts of earth. By the
aid of toe mucilage, much of this material can
be made to adhere to each sted, which never
fails to bIiow good results. It has boen tried on
corn, rice, cotton, wheat, potatoes, peas and all
the cereals with marked effect, none showing
nny signs of runt, blight or fungus where it was
applied. Put up in one pound Package*at 30
cents per pound, which dissolves and form one
and a half gallon of Mucihig?, sufficient to roll
seed for ono aero land. 600 Planters used it last
season with remarkable success.
Every F inner and Planters should use it.
von sAi.k nv
KIRK ROBINSON, Agent.
Orangcbnrg, S. C.
Feb. 26 3m.
H. C. STOX.Ii. Agtv
Wholesale tuul Retail Dealers in ?
AT THE OLD STAND,
287 KING STREET.
HAYING made arrangements to continue
the business lately conducted by the firm
of STOLL. WEBB &Co., I rcspectfuly iuform
my friends and customers of Orangcbnrg
county that I have now in store a' largo assort
ment of goods, bought for cash, during tho
Panic, which I am offering as low as auy
House in the city. Thanking iny friends and
customers for the patronage so liberally be
stowed upon the old firm. I hopo by strict, at
tention to business to merit u continuance oe
the same. / will adhere strictly to the one prief
Ii. C. STOLL, Agent,
Successor to 8loll, Webb & Co., 287 King
Street, Charleston, S t".
Nov. Iff. J?73 30 i*n?t
F. II. W BRIOGMANN
HAS just received a fresh supply of GROCERIES tuch as
; BACON, ft COFFEE, : g
LARD, g TEA ?
BUTTER, jg SUGA?, W
CHEESE, laj OYSTERS, ^
CRACKERS, ? SARDINES, j2 :'>: .
CANNED., ^ FRUIT, ? ~*
.-T--"-"ALSO, : x\ r .
COSSTANTLt keep? ON HARD, l)vv Oooclft, Clotliingr Shoe?, H^te?,
Caps &C? &C?> a* P"co to 8?h the times,
IIAS JUST KECEirED A KEXV tXff CfP.
? To srrfoS
And Several kinds of FERTILIZERS which can be bought lov/doW for mofccv-.
Apr. 10,1873 F- HW^ BUKiGMAN , lu jl.
In Announcing to the PUBLIC
THE Keceipt of a Large, Complete and WELL SELECTED SPRING STOCK of 1 ?
GROCERIES, LIQUORS & SEG?RS
. I "t in 1 >? 1
IBEG to Inform all Parties Intcreatcd in a Bargain, that they have been bought Under,Ex
traordinary Favorable Circumstances, and thr.t they will be Disposed of
CHEAP FOR CASH.
IT is my object to make it advantageous for my Friends, Patrons and the Public 10 fitnF'&A&i'i
C. ?. KORTJOHN. f*
1 >. S- I Invite Special Attention to a pure Holland GIN. Cognac and Peach BRANDY
?" 20,_?81- ? , . ? ,ul|,,
THIS IS THE TIME AND FLACHS
TO BUY ANYTHING YOU WISH IN THE GROCERY LINE SUCH AS Ftj??& ;
Bacon, Prepared Ham, Lard, Butter, Molhusoes, Hagar, Coffee Ac, A, AT THE ! ? ' 11;
ENTERPRISE GROCERY STORE.
?' *? ' 11 I / i * *?
And in rear of the Grocery, is the
WHICH is kept full of tlte finest grades of LIQUORS, SEGARS&c, which will be Soid'to
suit the purchaser. Call and see for voureelf.
,r , on -A. FIBOHER. ?
March 20 1874 n; . - iilhfV W
J S ?LBEEGOTTI,
-CORNER RUSSELL-STREET AND RAIL BOAD AVENUE^
HAS a full Stock of everything in the GROCERY 1'ne and Receiving daily addition*
to his already Full Stock-Fair Dealing andl?w prices is the motto of this Home. ', j
Just Received a tot of Prepared Ham andHried Beef,
BACON, SIDES, SHOLDERS, HAMS, STRIPS, SUGAR, COFFEE, FLOUR
Molasses, Syrup, &c, at reduced prices. Call and be convinced. .
fiSrORDERS Promptly Filled and Delivered Free of Charge.-?* '
1 Platform SCALE, in good Order, Capacity 1000 pounds. "",f*'
Feb. 19- * ? 1874 : tf
~-, ? ? ??
DR. A. C. DUKES,
Orangeburg, C- IT-, So- Ca
Drugs, Medicines, Chemials and Paints.1
FINE Toilet SOAPS, Fancy HAIR and TOTH Brushes, Perfumery and Toil**
Articles, TRUSSES and Shoulder BRACES, .; . i
GRASS AND GARDEN SBHDs
to ? ? ? itj ,>. mIj
PURE Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH'S
and DYE STUFFS
ICTTER-PAPER, Pens, Ink, Envelopes, Glaa
IETTER-P A PER, Pens, Ink, Envelopes, Glass, Putty, Carbon Oil, Lamp s
J fuVimn0y8. ALSO
A FINE LOT OF CIGARS, TOBACCO and CANDIES.
B^uPhysicians' Prescriptionsaccarately Compoundc<k^&ft
ENTERPRISE CLUB ROOMS,
DEMARS & WOLFE,
... -w...->i tiruij
, ii'Milnto ?
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT OF LIQUORS AND ft EG ARS, AND IT,.**
Receiving every day the
Patronage of tlie X^?blic,
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 r' ;_?,;*?
In the Liquor Line
GO to the Enterprise Club Rooms, for you will find in it everything.
Jan. 1 1874. ,, ,, |t
MoMIC-H ALL & BLUME.
t ? . i vlfO..
I) ARTIES WISHING CHEAP GOODS, HAD BETTER Pirr THEMSELVJS T?hA
. Little trouble bv walking down the comer to this
CHEAP CASH STORE,
THEY have a Choice Lot of GROCERIES S^h as
Flo vir. Bacon,
13uttei> Sugar,. ? .
' V ? , Coffee* Tea *fcq.
A fine lot of SEGARS and TOBACCO'S low down for the money.
DRY GOOD** of every
Description, and CLOTHING at wholesale prices.
86V-WE p?y the highest market prices for Corn, Peas, Potatoes, Ground nut and other pro?
duce, and have foe sale a large lot of seed corn and peas Mc. A B,