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^ra^gebnrg,, 8, Q.T May %. 1874~
llv. KniET Robinson is nulliomcdto
*lls& and receipt fur advertisements and sub
icriptions to tho Time*. \
Major?Joab W. Mosel ey.
Aldermen?Henry Washington, J, JP,Har~
lay, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe,
v "? ?hntch Services.
Baptist Church?Services firstSu'nday evening
and tho second and fourth Sundays, morning
and evening, Bcv. A. P, Norris, Pastor.
Presbyterian Church?Services at 11 A.M.,
?at! 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 91 A. M.~
frayap Meeting Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
?lav. J, If. A. Brown, Evangelist.
CSMrvrtK, Redeemer ^pUcepal)-lst
?n*^. *jntl^ Serve* ^ A M . ,
^Hv^bVath.^lool W-A. M.7 ?
Vathadist- Church?Services at 11 A. M.
aad H P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
Kar. J. B. Campbell, Paster.
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
J. G. Vbse. Superintendent.
?rangeaurff Mail Arrangement.
Nerthern, Western and Closes.
Charletton. 11 A. M.
Celumbia.% 1 P. M.
Office heurs fror? 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sundays
W. e. WILLIAMS, P. M.
ARRIYAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
<? Passenger. freight.
DAV TRAINS. , DAY TRAINS.
Dawn - ? -11 H6 A. M. Down - - - - 7.r?ti A.M.
Up-L54 P. M.'j Up - - - - 12.42 P. M.
KIOIIT TRAP'H I NIOUT TRAINS.
Dewn - - - 11.62 P. M: Down - - - 6.13 P. M
Up.2.03 A. M.I Up..r>.:il A. M
We call attention to our letter from
JntAi. Justices seem tobe doing a
Miss Ann Elfe died on Monday morn
Hug after a lingering illae*.*.
The O. B. J3. C, have received a chal
lenge from the Athletics of Blackvillc.
Ji t?<iE Glover bus at last received the
office of Treasurer, taking poncssion on
Tin: Aikeu Journal com.** to us this
week quarto form, it is by lar tho best
Countv weekly in the State.
Qi;iTt:a number of candidates for leg
islatives honors uro entiling out. Wire J
pulling is going on extensively.
? mm * mi - - - -
l)n. A. G. Dukes has on bund a fine
lot of everything that is nice, his sogars
and eonfectionarv are unexcelled.
Comk up and settle your town taxes,
which are lighter than ever before, being
only one mill. The Treasurers Hook
.will be closed on the 10th of June.
See the card of Dr. A. M. Snider, who
has token the old stand of Dr. Fersner.
Dr. Snider is first class dentist and worthy
of the patronage of the people of Orange
On Friday Miss R* Allbrgotti'o school
?jgave a picnic, it was well attended, and 1
very much enjoyed by both old and young.
Jt was tlie largest affair of the kind since
the war, and it will be remembered by
.all who attended it, as a day of pleasure
. and enjoyment.
The go ahead firm of T. Kohn & Bro.,
.know what is needed in a community,
^and they keep up to the times by always
having a firtt class store filled with every
(thing suitable in ihe dry goods line. Give
them a call and you are sure to be satis
:fied with the price, goods and clerkfl.
^ ? mm
. 'We are pained to record tho death of
KjMr. Oldcndoff, one of tho oldest citizens
Kof Orangeburg, Mr. OldcndofT leave.1! a
m bereaved wife to mourn his loss, and tho
r entire sympathy of the community is with
Jicr in iier sore 'bereavement. Mr.
01dei)dorfT,died on Sunday night after an
''llncss of only two days; He was buried
ITT- - _
+> " jyjll^ose whose subfQriptiion h*a
piraA.w^ll^?da red cross, mark .on their
tpappWd wohope all will come and settle
Catalojjejays it m us ? indeed Ibo nearer
perfection than any of the other systems,
Munsou has been generally used here
tut when we get a copy of Scovils system
We will judge for ourselves and give our
readers our judgment : between the two
- ? i ?
Monday being sale day, the following
tracts of lund were sold to wit:
1 Tract of land, sold in the case of V.
D. V. Jamison Referee, vs A. G. Selley
Executor, containing 800 acres, more or
lees,purchased by R. S. Salley lor $101.00.
Also,, John J. Jennings Adm'd. & Geo.
B'iViver Clerk, a.ft Salley, 800 acres,
bough* Vjy R. M. Salley for $6.00.
V* V, Jamison Referee and Adra'r.
vs N. M. Salley, 80? acres purchased by
R. M. Salley for $25.00.
Calvin Hayden vs A. G. Salley 80*
acres purchased by Calviu Haydeu, $41.
100 acres of land owned by Nathan
Porter, brought $31, purchased by Geo.
Tho day being rainy very few people
were iu town consequently tho sale were
not well attended.
Tiik American Farmer for May is re
ceived, filled as usual with a vast amount
of practical instruction upon every branch
of Agriculture, Horticulture, Floricul
ture, Live Stock, i&pf, suitable for the
season. The senior editor iu a leading
article on Manures, iu which the use con
jointly of the barn-yard manures and the
fertilizers of commerce containing4 phos
phoric acid, is most emphatically urged,
remarks, that if he could only impress up
on the minds of the farmers, whom he
has been serving for years, the import
ance of the facts presented, he will con
sider that he has not lived his long life in
vain. Published by Snm'l Sands & Son,
No. 9 North St., Baltimore, Md., at $1.50
a year, 5 copies $5.00.? Specimen num
bers sent free.
W?VKRTljKR, S. C, Apr. 26, 1874.
Kilitui' O.'anncbury Timm
I do not claim, nor am I a politician,
but as I always peruse the columns of the
Tim ks very closely and criticise them, on
having noticed tb? true political corres
pondence Hgued. respectfully Clio and
K-.publican in which they both speak of |
the liogrosj Clio says the blacks and not
the whites are the blame for our present
political condition. I differ very much
from him in this respect, lie says the
white went to the blacks, they did go, but
they weut to try to force them to submit,
even went so far as to not employ any oi
them ns laborers (or rather threaten uot
to employ any). This was the wrong step
indeed, the whites held tho majority once
and if they had dealt kindly to t! era they
would have had it yet. But alas! I fear
it is now too late, the blacks have the
start now, they have the government in
hands, the whites are leaving, the blacks
are flocking from every quarter, unt l
they have a vast majority now. As for
Republican, I differ from him, he no
doubt is one of these scalawag carpet-bug
gers, seeking for 8n office. It is just such
men as he who have placed the whites in
their present deplorable condition. He has
placed himself on au equal with the negro
in politics, I wonder if he does tho same
at his eating table or bed. When be
speaks about their honesty, it reminds me
very much of a remark made by an old
negro womnn, who on one occasion was
roasting some potatoes for dinner nnd
had left some in the tub for herself, leting
no one know it, and when reminded of
her dishonesty, says, why dat is nothing
every nigger in de world will steal,
and Mr. Editor there is a great many, if
not the most of them, woo takes sides
with tho negro no better than them.
However, I would say to republican, that
I would not trust him farther than I
could throw a bull by the tail. So farewell
for the present. Yours,
THE undersigned taken pleasure in announc
ing to hi* many friends and patrons, that he has
permanently located at Orangeburg, C. II , S.C.
whore he will devote his entire time, from every
Monday till Friday noon to the practico of
^?n?stry in all its Dcpai tmcnts. Perfect satis
"teed in all operations entrusted
faction guarm. -moderate,
m hi* care. du.rgca'v?., . ^iUcock
Offlee at Dr.FcpWa old aUUUlo?.
Store. A,M ^IPEB.D.N
Sends you orders for Dbore Sash and Blinds to1 |
the Southern House of Geo. 8. Hncker of
Charleston 8. C. Mr L. Ransdale of our Town
is the authorised agent for this House.
One of the first buisness principles to net upon,
is to makeall perxhasaadirect from tho man
ufacturers, thus saving largo sums of money,
for this reason we advise our readers to pur
chase thoir Windows, Dcors Blinds, Ac., from
I. IT, Hall &Co., Charleston, 8. C, who have
at tho Factories combined benefits derived from
materials in first hands, skilled workman, latest
improved machinery, and thorough systematic
management. All windows glazed with good
clear glass. They are also Agents for Aabestors'
Roofing Felt liy it and you will bo pleased with
its durability. Send for price list, ctrcnlnrs, Ac.
THR old fashnncd mnncr of building houses,
and waiting for months for the sashes, doors
and blinds to season, is obsolcnte. A live enser
prising Stan who reads the netvpapera, and keeps
posted about matters and things, will make an
estimate of what is required in the house be
is about to erect, send to Charleston. 8. C, to
the Builders'Emporium, and hvve all bis Doors
Sashes and Blinds, ready to go in it.-; plucewhcn
the weather-hoardings are put on. Messers.
I. II. Hall &fjo.,thc Proprietors, have the most
extensive stock of Building Materials and Orna
mental House Work, including White Pine, and
Fancy Lumber, Narb!? and T^arblciscd Slate
Eantels, Asbestos* Hoofing Ftlt, dc. Send for
price lints and circular*.
Avery zapld, safe and easy way io raakt
money ,in to procure territory to introduce the
latest useful invention that is wanted evry day.
by evry one, evry where, who has a family, a
full sized Sewing Machine with Table and
Treable for only $10 that docs the same work
as a Machine yea would pay $80 for,..rapid,
smooth and firm, makes n scam so strong the
cloth will tear before the stiebe? rip apart.
Eight new attachments for all work and the
improved Button Hole Worker used by us only.
Agents only need show them in operation to
sell in evry house they enter. ?30 and upwards
clearC^ daily by smart agents. No such Ma
chine was evef offered at any such price. 85.
000 sold !:ut year, iC?,n'W Families use them.
Demand increasing ovorv day w.:?ro they ^be
come known. Minister, Judges, Lawyers,
itors, Machinists, Tailors &c. recommend them
as perfect. Rights given free to first applicants.
If there is no agency in your place, write for it,
or buy a Machine for your Family or a relation,
there is none better or so cheap. Machines sent
to all parts of the country on receipt of price
S10 Bead advertisement beginning "SliO saved
in evry Family" in another part of tnis paper,
Address the proprietors, Robert J. Mulligan &
Co., 820 Canal St., New York.
MARKET RE POUTS
Office ok the Oraxgeburg Times.
February 12, 1874.
CORRECTED WEEKL Y.
Ordinary, - - - 11 (<t. 12
tlood Ordin?r,-, - - 12 (?\ 18
Low Middling, - - - 131 (?\
Strict Middling, - 141 (>?,
Bacon Hams : : lb 12A ? 18
" Sides : : " 11 <fc> 12J
Lar.d : : " 12J @.
Corn : : : : bus 1 00 @ 1 10
Peas :^ : : : " " 80 (?; 85
Oats : seed : : " ? 1 23 (?>. 1 ?u
Flour : : : : cwt 4 75 % 01)0
Fodder : : : "1 25 0?,
Rough Rice : : 11 1 30 C<i\ 1 85
Duller : : : : lb 30 @ 50
Eggs : : : : do/, 15c (>',
Turkeys : : : pr 1 00 (<?. 1 50
these' : : : : " 1 00 (" 1 25
Fowls, : : per do/.. 3.50 per dor..
Bees Wax : : : lb 28 Oh
Beef : : " 10 @ 12
Tallow : . : " 8 (>i\ 10
Pindera : : per biixhcl 1 55(S 1 85
CONSIGNEES T^R EXPRESS.
Miss M A McMichacl,
Moor & Wilson, 2
S T Pearson,
W II Mormon,
K II Williams,
T K Sttsportns,
ALL persons indebted to the Firm of Mosely
CrooK iS: Copes, are requested to settle the came
within thirty days front dale. If not satisfac
torily arranged in that time, the claims will be
handed to an Attorney for collection.
Apr. 22, 74. MOSELEY & COPES
FARMERS AND PLANTERS.
Steeping aud Preparing Seeds beforo
This preparation,!ately introduced to the Ag
ricultural worhl,appearfrom recent experiments
to surpass all that has ever been attempted in
that line. It not only contains all the elements
and fit 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 id applied, and proving a certain
preventive against the Potato rot. It dissolves
readily, and forms a mucilage by which any
material can he made to adhere to the seed.
Coal Tar being a very small portion of this vol
atile compound to prevent the ravages of birds
and insects, hut so united and prepared as to
form a dry powder, which dissolves readily,one
pound producing one nnd a half gallons, or
fifteen pounds of mucilage. On every farm there
arc to be found in abundance valuable, mate
rials for rolling seeds in before planting, which
should never be neglected. These are rich dry
black earth and wood ashes, or lime,and should
be 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 Btfcd, which never
fails to tdiowgood results. It has boon tried on
corn, rice, cotton, wheat, potatoes, peas and all
the cereals with marked effect, none showing
any signs of nut, blight or fungus where it was
applied. Put up in one pound Packages at 30
cents per pound, which dissolves and form one
nnd a half gallon of Mucilage, sufficient to roll
seed for one acre laud. 000 Planters used it hist
season with remarkable success.
Every Farmer and Planters should use it.
FOR sAl^B BY
K.IKK. ROBINSON, Agent.
Orangeburg, S. C.
Feb. 26 3m.
ALL pcreoiiB nrc hereby forewarned not to
trade for a certan proniicsory NOTE Bigned by
me, and payable' six mouths after date to Bam
berg & Slater, for one hundred and ? forty-five
dollars, with interest at twelve per cent, dated
March 30t?i, 1S74, as I will not pay said note,
having a good and legal defence to the same.
4pr. 25, '74. P. T. RICKENRAKER.
IN XSVSRV PAltiLTXiSr
Male and Female agents clear $30, per day
Outfits and county rights granted free.
Wonderful Achievement ?-New Inven
tion?Latest Style?A Large
with Table and Treadle complete.
only ten dollars.
The successful invention, and production of |
the only fidl.idzed really good Sewing Machine
for less than '$50, tliat operates by
Frire Medals, Premiums, Diplomas, awards
of merit, Honorable mention, &c, &c,
over All others.
The last useful invention to render the dim
cultics of sewing less labo.ious. The new and
button hole worker,
the culmination of perfect mechanical accuracy
practical skill and utility, with beauty, strength
and durability combined. A long required labor
8 NeW Patented Sewing Machine Attachment?
with which over seventeen different kinds of]
beautiful sewings, fancy, elaborate, ornamental,
intricate, fine, plain and strong can be done
with perfect case and rapidity by those wdo
never saw u sewing machine before. Our new
attachments* have goniinc merit that command
immediate sales. They are the most valuable
?4iuncts ever patented to advance the usefulness
of'Scwing Machines, and are adjustable to all
other good iuti<&jucs, equally as well as our
own. Without them no niasUinccan he perfect/
Sold bcparate if desired, at one-lcm!; the cost of
the old styles used by all other machines.
our new machine
is larger than some of the $80, machines' Will
do every description of sewing, hem, fell, tuck,
scam, quilt, braid, cord, bind, gather, ruflle
shirt, plcatc, fold, scollop, roll, embroider, run
up breadths, &e,. &c., will sew anything a nee
dle will go through makes the strongest stitch
known, so strong that the cloth will tear before
the seam will rip apart. Has self-adjusting
slmight .needle, reliable accurate feed, direct
motion, no complication of useless coggs or
cans to oil or get out of eider, is silent, easy
working, light running, very rapid, smooth and
correct, quickly understood and easily managed.
The invention of those excellent machines
can be relied upon as upright and responsible
men. well worthy of the confidence and patron
age of our Christian reiiders.A"Northern church
standard," N. Y. Dec. 27th.
ami machinos promptly forwarded to any ad
dress on receipt of the following cash prices.
Angle machines for samples or private use,
I'ain styles with 2-3 abinstahlc extension ta
lc and treadle, famished with equipments
ready for immediate use $10 Each
Machines with extra tine table IS "
Stwhincs wirb tnble and rover 20 "
Machines with enclosed tehle half
cabinet stvle 20 "
Machines with enclosed table full
cabinet style. " 40 "
The machines at $10 are precisely the same
ue those of a higher price, the only difier?iicc
being that those at $10 have plain but neat t?u
ble and treadle, while those of a higher price
are ornhnental, with elaborate and costly pol
ished black walnut.
Tables with covers, enclosed cases, and cabi
No extra charges made for packing or ship
ping fa any part of the country. Special cer
tificate for live years with every machine. Speci
mens of sewing, illustrated circulars, with
numerous recommendations, wholesale cadi
prices, extraordinary inducements to ngent?,
ax*., mailed free. Exclusive control of territory
given gratis to capable and energetic agents,
merchants, store keepers, &c., who will travel
or open agenecs ami exhibet the wonderful
merits cl our-machines in their localities, and
and solid orders.
Outfits and county rights given free of charge.
An uucqualed quick and honest money ma
king bninesa formale and female canvassers in
all parts of the country.? Christian Iudex. X
Y. Jair 5th.
must be made in Post Office money orders, or
Hank Drafts made payable to our order In New
York. Registered Letters or by express at our
AU Orders and fouiinuoications muat be
ROBERT J. MULLIGAN & 00.
:s:u; Canal Street, N. y.
General Manufacturers of Machinery.
TluiHersILrdrart and Supplies, VSawngf,
JflraehelsJtexerU RailBauu&rt.MRn 6u<*/iZr/N
\\ Sidle And Marble Unities; Floorand'Drain a
'lilinjrjWhite Pine, Wabndtincyl.umbert
I. H. HALL & CO.
ifonuputurtn k Detter*.
2,4; 0, 8, W. Market Street. f1
225, 225. Jiast Bay,'
CHARLESTON, $1% 0. \
This cut entered according to Act of Congre
in the year 1873, by I, H. Hall & Co., in the
office of the Librarian of Congress, at Wash
F. H. W BRIGGMANN
HAS just received" a freak supply of GROCERIES tueh as
LARD, g TEA %
BUTTER,. g- SUGAR,. W
CHEESE, szf OYSTERS, 0
. CRACKERS,. jg ? SARDINES, ?. . .
GO J-? ... j Im I
CANNED " : FRUIT.
,..'.;:/ . if/#?11 ALSO, . f.... "
CONSTANTLY"Reep? ON HAND, Dvy Q??dSr Clotliixig? Slices, Huts*
Caps &C? &C'i nt price to suit the times.
.*7rAS*TTJSTHECErTED A NEW LOT OF
And Several kinds of FERTILIZERS whjcli can he bought low down for money
Apr. 10, isia . ?,?^Mft F. If - W. RKIGGMAN*.
In Announcing to the PUBLIC
THE Receipt of a Large, Completejuid W?U. SELECTED SPRINO STOCK of
GROCERIES, LIQUORS & SEGAIIS
ID-EG to In Tor m all Parties Interested in a Bargain, that they have been bought Under Ex
traordinary Favorable Circumstances, and that they will be Disposcdf of
cheap for, cash.
IT is my object to make it advantageous for my Friends, Patrons and the Public to BUY from
C. D. KLORTJOHN.
Jp. fcj. I Invite Special Attention to a pure Holland GIN, C ognnc mid Peach BRANDY
Nov 20, c31 lj
THIS IS THE TIME AND FLACH
TO BUY ANYTHING YOU WISH IN THE GROCERY LINE SUCH AS FLOUR
Bacon, Prepared Kam, Lard, Butter, Mol lasses, Sugar, Coffee ?Sc, A, AT THE
oi uii m
And in *ear of the Grocery, is the.
en terjpn ise saloon,
WHICH is kept full of '.he finest grades of LIQUORS, S EG ABS Ac., which will be sold to
suit the purchaser. Call and sec for voursclf.
March 20 1874 tf
bacon and flour
ass % |?g
t" < < O (D Q
? rj rj O (( |j
& tf tf a> >v 3* 2. W
COME ONE COME ALL
AND EXAMINE MY FINE STOCK OF
BOOTS AND SHOES,
WHICH I am now offering to My Patrons at erv reduced rav^ By buying direct from the
Manufacturers, I am able to bell a I? IN E SHOE at a very low price. I have all Stv'cs of
SHOES to suit the purchaser. " J'
IN addition to my Shoe Store, T have a Select Assortment of
Whic' I am offering Low Down.
v .?!1OT^ T. B, BOY IV*
Nov. 13, 1873?ly ? ? . ., ,. ? .
1874 SPRING TRADE 1874
T. EOHN & BRO.
ARE NOW OPENING THEIR
NEW SPRING STOCK
And can confidently assert that they arc
the gae atest bargains
EVER before Exhibited in Orangchurg, which arc the results of Unusual Favorable Purchases
in consequence of the present and past Pressure upon Trade
DRESS GOODS, PRINTS, EMBROIDERIES, NOTIONS,
YVlllTEGOODS, PERCALES, HOUSEKEEPING GOODS Ac., Ac,
OF the Finest and Riches Materials and the latest Novelties in style and Designs of tlijs ?cmoh?'
Wear. An elegant Stock of lady's Neck Wear, Ties, Collarettes, Scarfs, Ruches and yelfa
in most Select and Becoming designs. We have added to our already Immense Stoc\ of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Comprising the Latent Styles of Lad is' Gaiters, Gents' Shoes and Boots,
Our Slock of
GENTS' CLOTHING, HATS, AND FURNISU^T G.QQPS} .
IS Superior to any ever offered by us.
We earnestly call your attention to the above facts and solicit a VISIT of Inspection. Ws
! being able to offer far more Valuable Inducements than over heCoje presented, and such as can
j not fail to claim the Patronage of all who study Economy in connection w^th tha Fine?'. Quality.
TH?Q$OR& EOHN & BROTHER.
Apr. 9, 1874 tt?W $TOR?t