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tai ?EAjNt^TJ^G TIMES.
Sntngeborg, s, ft, Apr. 16, 1874.
109* Mr. Kr&sb' R?tjikson is authorised to
J?H*Jt ?*dd rsctipt for advertisements and sub
kttSftiodsto Um 2Vmet.
Mayor?Joab W. Mosel?/.
Clark?T. D. Wolfis.
. Isaaoira? B. Williamson.
AHiiinen?Henry Washington, J. P. Hnr
hyf 8. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe.
Baptist Church?Services first Sunday evening
flinj th? second and fourth Sundays, morning
Sad arenlng. Rev. A. P. Norris, Pastor.
A?f?byterisn Church?Services at 11 A. M.,
Prftyar isieoting Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
fc?r. J. D. A. Brown, Evangelist.
Church of. the; Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st
and 3d Sundays. Serves at 11 A. M., and 4
P. SI. SabWafh School 9" A. M. .
Methodist Church?Services at 11 A. M.
mmi Tj P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
Bev. J. B. Campbell, Pastor.
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
3. G. Vote. Su peri n tend on t.
vrjtagssarg Mail Arrangement.
?ferthpm, Western and Closes.
Charleston. 11 A.M.
CflanhU. 1 P. M.
Ofioo hours from 7 A.M. to 5 P. M. Sundays |
W. E. WILLIAMS, P. M.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
PAT TRAIN?- I DAY TnATJTS.
Down - - - Ii A.M. Down - - - -7.60A.M.
U? - - - - 1.54 P. M. Up - - - - 12.4*2 P. M.
SnoriT TRAIL'S K IUI IT TRAINS.
Down - - - 11.52P.M.;Down - - - ?.13 P.M
Up.2.03 A. M.'Up.5.?l A. M
Mit? Fischers "Plantation Scgnrs" arc
unoxcelled for fin vor nnd length.
The "sa-amp Angels" plnye<l their
first game on hist Friday afternoon.
Sei: the communication from "Repub
lican," answering "Clio" of ln.?t week.
Job wonK done with dispatch and
neatness nt this office, very low rates.
, let". Ice, at C. I). KortjohnV?livery
thing nice, nice, nt (.'. D. Kprtjohn's.
Si:r. notice of mules stolen. Look out
for fhem, a inrjre reward is offered.
IjOCAI^ arc sea reo tlii.s week, every
Imdy is attending to their o<vn business,
so says an exchange.
> ? ? ?? *? -
A communication signed "Rcndhitner"
came too late for insertion this week but
In ill have it in next issue.
JU*K Ball Clubs arc in full blast. It is
rumored that the "Orange" Club will
receive a challenge from the Blackvilh
Mit. Albergottie's bakery is filled with
?II good things such as flour su &c.
bread and cakes baked on the shortest
notice and warranted to give satisfaction
On Tuesday the council held a meeting
and elected Mr. Kirk Robinson clerk.
Mr. R. is well qualified for his position,
and the. appointment gives universal
Mb. Slater has just received a select
assortment of horses and mules from the
West. As this drove is the only one in
town those wanting to purchase had bet
ter do to at once.
u See the notice of a ordinance by the
$own Council to raise supplies for the
Fiscal year, also the tax notice, by the
e'e^k tljfe K. Robinson) Our Town tax
this year is smaller1 thm ji ever was
M?v KirK Robinson has on hand some
Ink of his own manufacture, and for writ
ing, the ink is unexcelled. It does not
corrode or evaporate, and it retains its
freshnew hotter than any other. It is
"E Pulribus unuui." Give it a trial.
Tfoa other day a mother said to her lit
tle son '.'S^mrniB run, the rooster will kill
^a cKicjjeng.'? ^mipin spjd "No* ma ho
went there for the hen to hiro him to
jhelp mind the chickens."
*:''jro^bpv^ a few days
ago, in ,tho uppqr. portion of this Ooupty.
, "?.? I?-'" 1 ' ?
Messrs DeMars & Wojfenre up fb tho
times, thcyxhave just received a fine sup
ply of superior segars ? which they are
cheap for the money. They also have
on hand a splendid assortment of liquor.
Death of Dr. F. Fersner.
Dr. Fersuer an old and respected citi
zen of this place died on^ Saturday. He
was huried on Monday by the Masons.
Dr Fcrsner has been a resident of Orange-'
hurg for the lnst fifty years; he leayes
many frieuds to mourn his loss.
The night school of Mr. Jas. 8. Hey
ward, over store of John A. Hamilton,
affords to those who are unable to educate
themselves in the day, an opportunity of
getting, amidst arduous duties, that all
important necessity of life a good educa
tion. Mr. H started; last week and his
scholars are increasing in knowledge and
numbers constantly; others also intend
to eome as soon as they can arrange their
business. Hours from 8 to 10 P. M.
Terms as per day sehool.
The 55th anniversary of the order of
Odd Fellows in the United States will he
celebrated by Edisto Lodge No. 33,1. O.
O. F., on the 27th of this month, in the
Elliott Hall. Mr. T. B. Boyd will deliver
the oration on that occasion. This order
is comparatively a new thing in Orange
burg, being established here in December
last, with only five members now it num
bers over forty. The public are invited
to attend at the celebration; Ushers will
be in attendance to Heat the ladies, pre
serve order &c.
County Treasurers Office.
We k-arn ihnt Judge Glover, whose
bond was approved by the County Com
missioners on Tuesday last, made yesteday
a formal demand upon Ex-Treasurer
Humbert that the office be turned over,
to him, which the latter refused to do.
The grounds given for said refusal, were,
that the papers presented by the new
Treasurer lacked the Seal of the State,
nnd thnt a regular commisiou from tlic
Secretary of State would have to be pre
sented before the office could be turned
?vor. In the meantime, who is author
ized to receive taxes?
O- . "
Charity Lodge No. 7, Orangeburg
"Knights of Pythias, founded on naught
but the greatest and sinccrest motives to
alleviate the su Oerings of a Brother, sue
cor the unfortunate, zealously va'ch at
the bedside of the sick, sooth the dying
pillow, perform the last sad riles at the
grave of a Brother, offering consolation
to the afflicted; and caring for the Widow
and Orphan. Hfl ving these principles iu
view, they will endeavor to exemplify
them by practical tests; and if, by the
grace of God, it shall successfully carry
out this object, they will feel that their
mission has not besn in vain."
Mr. N. I. Tuckheim being the only
member of the Order in this Town hns
succeeded iu establishing the above named
Lodge, at a meeting held on Tuesday the
31st of March 1874. Mr. Tuckheim was
called to take the chair, called the meet
ing to order, and stated that the object of
the meeting was to organize and elect
officers, that its business and operations
was of a sc cret character having for its
ultimate object Friendship, Benevolence
and Charit}. The election then took
place which resulted as follows:
W. H. Girardeau.
N. I. Tuckheim.
J. M. Danner.
Master of Exchequer.
Master of Finance.
W. K. Crook.
Master of Record and Seals.
T. B. Boyd,
Master at Arms.
J. S. Albergotti.
Z. M. Wolfe.
Sends your orders for Doors Sash
and Blinds to tho Southern House of Geo.
S. Hacker of Charleston S. C. Mr L
Bau?dale of our Town is tho author
ised agent for this House.
The April number of Wood's House
hold "Magazine, uow upon our table, well
sustains its i eputation as a first-class, live
publication. While its contents are not [
deep or scientific, its pages are free from
trashy sensational stories, and are full of
bright sunny reading that goes home to
the heart.. The magazine contains its
usual number of illustrations, and its
general appearance compares favorably
with,the higer priced magazines. Sub
scription price one dollar a year; with
chrorao Yosemito one dollar and a half.
Address, Wood's Household Magazine,
Ncwburgh, N. Y.
One of the 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 to purchaso their Windows,
Doors/Blinds, &c.'j from I. H. Hall &Co.,
Charleston, J3.:C,fwho 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 glas?. They are
also Agents for Asbestos' Roofing Felt,
try it and you will be pleased with its
durability. Send for price list, circulars,
Time ib Money.?The old fashoned
manner of building houses, and 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,
send to Charleston, S. C, to the 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. Hi Hall & Co., the
Proprietors, have the most extensive
stock of Building Materials and Orna
mental House Work, including White
Pine, and Fancy "Lumber, Marble and
Mnrbleized Slate Eentels, Asbestos' Roof
ing Felt, &c. Send for price lists and
Or'Akgebukg, S. C.
Adril, 8th "1873
By:n resolution of the Independent,
Young America Fire Engine Companjr
held ibis evening, it among other things
Resolved. That a vole of thanks be
tendered the Ladies nf Orangeburg foi
their kindness in assisting us to decorate
our Engine for our last Anniversary.
E. Mkxtzki ,
W. E. McMiCHAELi
C. D. KORTJ?HN,
The Swamp Angels arrived at last.
A Base Ball Club is organized in Orange
burg and is styled, The Swamp Angelsof
Oraugcburg. The following angels were
elected to govern the club:
J. G. Vose,
T. B. Bovi),
J. BlCLTON BeTIHON,
W. K. Ckook.
1st Director, R. W. Jones,
2nd " E. Mentzel,
3rd " W. I\ Brunson,
4th " J. W. Gue.
Office of the OllANGEBURG TlMES.
February 12, 1874.
Ordinary, - - - - 11 ?? 12
(iood Ordinary, - - 12 ? 13
Low Middling, - - - 13' ?
Strict Middling, - 14} ?
Bucon Hams : : Ib 12} @ 18
" Sides : : " 11 <fc) 12}
Lard : : " 12} @
Com' : : : : bus 1 00 % 110
Peas : : : : 44 80 @ 86
Oats : seed ; : " 1 25 <3> 1 GO
Flour : : : w: cw? 4 75 @ 6 00
Fodder : : ' : " I 25 ($
Rough Rico : : " 1 30 ? 1 ?J
Butter : : : ; lb ' ?jo ? 50
Egg? ' J ? \ doz 15c ?
Turkeys v . . pr 1 00 (S> 1 50
^ese : : : : ? 1 00 @ 1 25
Fowls, : : per doj, 3,50 pqr dos.
Rees Wax i : : lb 23?
Beef 11 ? 10 ? 12
TaHow j.i ? 8 <$ 10
Pmdors t 1 per bushel 1.55@1 35
TO Let out for this year, A BRIOK YARD
on the Edisto Biver, together with all the Ma
chinery &c. Experienced hands arc awaiting
to go into it. Apply to J. C. EDWARDS, or
Apr. 9 * Gco. S. SHIRER.
-A.JST QHDIISr A.3STGEI
To amend an Ordinance to raise)
Supplies for the fiscal year ac.
T?_ t.' ...3 ... . f ?
xrg iv uruameu ixc ;
1; That the Clerk of Council shall collect all
taxes and licenses.
2. That in cases wheie the ownership of]
property has changed since the last assessment,
the Clerk shall enter such property in the name
of its present owner.
8. That in cates of improvements and better
ments of property since the last assessment', and
prior to the first day of April, 1874, the Clerk
?hall add to the amount at which such property
has been assessed, the value of such improve
ments or betterments, to be ascertained upon
oath of the owner of such property, filed with
the said Clerk. Provided, that when the value
returned by the owner be deemed by the Clerk
to bo less than the real value of such improve
ments, the Clerk shall refer such return to
Council, who shall then assess the same.
J. W. MOSELEY,
d. WILLIAMSON, Clerk, Pro tcnn"V""'
Ratified on the 14th day of April, A. D. 1874.
ALL Pcrsonsrintei4tkd1 are nerebyrbbtlfied
that the Books for the collection of the Town
Taxes will be opened daily, at my store, from
th$ 20th of April to the 9th of May inclusive.
Tax or Real Estate 1 Mill.
Licenses will also be collected. Parties offer
ing Beef for sale within the corporate limits of
the Town are required to record the marks of |
said Beef or Beeves with the Clerk.
Office hours from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M. and from
4 P. M. to 6 P. M.
After the 9th of May the penalty on all un
paid taxes and licenses will be attached,
Clerk of Council.
Orangeburg, April l?lh, 1874. 3t
Dx J. P. Frrun.?Bslng nrora, uyi. I graduated at tha
Tj'nlTortitT cf I'onn'a la I <IX and nftc r SO yt.in' oipt rtmcnt,
rtrfect-i Dr. Fltler'a Vegetable BhesmaUe
Syrup and Pill*, which I guaranU? aa lofalllbU euro
It i'aini In Ilaad. l.'io,-?. Bark. Ilemt. LLcrl i. Ncrtoni Kid
?ay. Blood, aad allKtwuaaUodlataale. S?ern to, tataSgih
Aprtl. 1871. F. A. OSBOUBN, ITotu-t Pvllu, Pkxla.
WeCllffraeaWtrtCOrtA^rtt, andwiUfaliifraayons writ
ing as Rer.Tho* Murphr.D D Frankfurt l'bila Rer.C U.
'Rwtnf.alcdia.Fa Itev J 8 Badrinas, Clirtara low*. B?T.
U O Smith. PUtttord. N. Y. Btr Jot. Biggs Kails Cnurch,
l>il.i..*c AffiictxtibonldwriuOr F>>]/v.l,hi!a . foraapla
asiorrPamphletatvoguaranle?. gratia V'<3<) Vic*ardroraa.i?
tarablociio. Nocnrtnoajtaiga,araality icldL/drotgieta.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
Monthly InstaL merits.
TERMS OF LEASE:
Payments made on Lease will apply (mvards
the purcltaxr. of the Instrument Loaned.
Pianos valued at
$450 to $500 : : $75 advance, $23 monthly.
525 to 000 : : 75 advance, 30 monthly.
025 to 750 : : 100 advance, 40 monthly.
Organs valued at
$125 to 200 : : $25 advance, $10 monthly
225 to 350 : : 40 advance, 15 montblr
300 to 500 : : 50 advance 25 monthly.
SQT Parties who oder satisfactory Security
can pay for Instruments in notes at 3, 0, 9, and
12 months' time.
CaU*and find out other inducements offered
in both Time and Cash Sales, from
Ageut for Orangeburg Couutv.
may 22, 187? 14 tf
The recent test of Fire-Proof Safes
by the English Government proved
the superiority of Alum Filling. No
other Safes filled with
Alum and Plnster-of-Paris.
MARVIN & GO.,
265 Broadway, N. Y.y
721 Chestnut St., Phila.
FARMERS AND PLANTERS.
AMMONIATED M UCILAGE,
Steeping and Preparing Seeds beforo
This preparation,lately introduced to the Ag
ricultural world,appoarfrom recent experiments
to surpuss all that has ever been attempted in
that line. It not only contains all the elements
and fit food for tho Kecd in its infant state, which
enables it to come up strong and vigorous, but
positively claim that no rust smut or blight nan
exist where it is applied, and proving a certain
preventive against the Potato rot It dissolves
readily, and forms a mucilage by which any
material can be made to adhere to the seed.
Coal Tar being a very small portion of th<r. val- ]
able compound to prevent the mvp.ges of h.rds
and insects, but so united ao^ prepared na to
form a dry powder, wh>':Ydis?/ives readily,ono
pound producing one nr.u a half gallons, or
fifteen points of mucilage. On every farm there
ar1 ?o be fouvid in abundance valunblo mate
rials for rolling seeds in before planting, which
should never bo neglected. These are rich dry
blhok earth and wood ashes, or limc,ntid should
bi) mixed in proportions of one part of wood
ashes or lime, to throe- part* qf earth. By the
aid of tho mucilage, much of this material can
bo made to adhere' ta ench Seed, which never
fails to Hhow good results, It has Uoen tried on
corn, rice, cotton, win at. potatoes, peas and all
the cereals with marked cflect, none showing
any signs of rust, blight or fungus where it was
applied, Tut up in ono pound Packages at 30
ccpta per pound, which, dissolves and form one
and a half gallon of Mucilag?, sufficient to roll
sect! for one acre land. 000 Planters used it last
weapon with remarkable bucccss.
Every Farmer and Planters should use it.
von hAbe by
KIUK ROBINSON, Agent.
r Ora ngchtt rg, S. C,
Feb. U? ora
F. H. W BRIGGMANN
H AS Just nseeivetf ? fresh supply ofGROOERIES auch a*
BACON, n COFFEE, g
LARD, ? TEA %
BUTTER, g STJGAT>, g
CRACKERS, fc SARDINES, |?
CANNED " FRUIT.
CONSTANTLY keep. ON HAND, T>vV Ooocls, Clotlting? SLoes, Hat?,
Caps ?;q? &C i at price to suit the times.
HA8 JUST KECEIVED A NEW LOT OP
And Several kinds of FERTILIZERS which can he bought low down for mono*-.
Apr. 10,1873 jg\ H- W- BUICGMAN. - *
*~ in Anmmnin gAo"Ao.fTOiig/
THE itecelpt of a Large, Complete and WELL SELECTED SPRING STOCK of
GROCERIES, LIQUORS & SEGARS
IBEG to Inform all Parties Interested in a Bargain, that they have been bought Under Ex
traordinary Favorable Circumstances, and that they will be Disposed of
CHEAP FOR CASH.
IT is my object to make it advantageous for my Friends, Patrons and the Public to BUY from
C. ?. RTJOH?T?
I?, jy.- I Invite Special Attention to a pore Holland GIN, Cognac and Poach BR AND v
Nov20, c81 ly
i ? '
THIS IS THIS TXXKE AND PLACE
T) BUY ANYTHING YOU WISH IN THE GROCERY LINE SUCH AS FLOUR"
Bacon, Prepared Ham, Lard, Butter, Mollasses, Sugar, CoiTee &c, &, AT THE '
ENTERPRISE GROCERY STORE;
And in rear of the Grocery, is the
WHICH in kept full of the finest grades of LIQUORS, SEGARS Ac, which will be sold to
suit the purchaser. Call and eec for yourself.
March 26 1874 ' *-V-tf
DR. A. C. DUKES,
Orangeburg, C- H-> So- Ca
Drugs, Medicines, Chemials and Faints.
FINE Toilet 80A.PS, Fancy flAIR and TOTH Brushes, Perfumery andToilei
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 Oil, Lamp a
A FINE LOT OF CIGARS, TOBACCO and CANDIES.
BggwPhysicians' Prescriptions accurately Compounded."
McMICHAEL & BLUME.
I ARTIES WISHING CHEAP GOODS, HAD BETTER PUT THEMSELVES TO A
Little trouble bv* walking down the comer to this
CHEAP CASH STORE,
THEY have a Choice Imt of GKROCERIES Such as
A fine lot of SEGARS and TOBACCO'S low down for the money. GG* GQ> <S5C
DRY GOODS of every
Dcsciiption, and CLOTHING at wholesale prices.
pay the highest market prjee^ for Corn, Peas, Potatoes, Ground nut and other pro?
d ce, and have for sale a large lot of seed-corn and peas Mc. A B,
1874 SPRING TRADE 1874
T. KOHN & BEO.
ARE NOW OPENING THEll,
NEW SPRING STOCK
And can confidently as?ert that they are
THE GrAEATEST BARGAINS
EVER before Exhibited in Oraugcburg, which arc the results of Unusual Favorablo Purchases
in consequence of the prosent and past Pressure upon Trade
DRESS GOODS, PRINTS, EMBROIDERIES, NOTIONS,
WHITE GOODS, PEHCALICS, HOUSEKEEPING GOODS Ac, Ac.
OF the Finest and Riches Materials and tho latest Novelties in style and Designs of this season's
Wear. An elegant Stack of lady's Neck Wear, Tics, Collarettes, 8earfs, Ruche* and Bcltn
in most Select and Becoming designs. Vy"c have added to our already Immense Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Comprising tho Latest Style? of Ladis' Gaiters, Gents' Shoes and Boots.
Our Stock of
GENTS' CLOTHING, HATS, AND FURN1SHINF GOODS
IS Superior to-any ever offered by us.
We earnestly call your attention to tho above facts and solicit a VISIT of Inspection. Wo
being able to ofier far more Valuable I.iducements than ever heforc presented, and such as can
not fail to claim the Patronage of all who study Economy in connection with the Finest Quality.
THEODORS KOHN & BROTHER.
Apr. 0, 1874 . NEW STOHK