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WZr 8r 0.T May % 1874.
KrltEJ Robinson in authorized to |
?lUa and receipt for advertisements and sub
veriptioni to the Times,
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Mayor?Joab W. Moseley.
Aldermen?Henry Washington, J? J?, Hur
ley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe,
7' ,h ?bthA Services!
Bap?st Church?Services firstBifhday evening
and the second and fourth Sundays, morning
and evening. Rev. A. P, Norris, Pastor.
Frattryterian Clmrcli?Services at 11 A.M.,
t*4 4 P. M?Sabbath School ?t 9J A. M.?
frrajtp wtoiuig Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
fc?Y. J. V. A. Brown, Evangeliet.
thV Redeemer t^bcopalj-lst
""%l5^* rt 11 M".
"?T-iiool A. M.
Whtdlst-Cliurch?Services at 11 A. M.
mad 7* P. M. Sabbath School at 0 A. M ?
K?t. J.B. Campbell, Paster.
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 0 A.
J. G. Vose. Superintendent.
trangflbarg Hail Arrangement.
Northern, Wcotcrn and Closes.
Charleston. 11 A. M.
Columbia.% 1 P. M.
Office boura fron 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sundays
"W. E. WILLIAMS, P. M.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
fv PASSENGER. FREIGHT.
^ DAT TRAINS. , DAY TRAINA
Deirn f ? - li SO A. M. Down - - - - 7.M? A.M.
Up- L54 P. M.I Up - - - - 12.42 P. M.
KlOItT TRAIL'S I KIOlIT TRAINS.
Dewn ? - ? 11.52 P, Mi Down - - - 0.18 P. M
Up.2.03 A. M.'Up..rj.31 A. M
We call attention to our letter from
k Jriai. Justices acem tobe doing a
? lively business.
Miss Ann Elfe died on Monday morn
ing after a lingering illness.
\ The O. B. B. C, have received a chal
lenge from the Athletics of Blackville.
Jt'iKiE Glover has at bust received the
office of Tretihurcr, taking ptttC**ion on
Tin: Aiken Journal coiu.'S to us this
week quarto form, it is by lar the best
County weekly in the ?tate.
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Quite a n'titnber of catididiUcs for leg
islativen honors are coining out. Wire
pulling i.s going on extensively.
Du. A. 0. Dukes has on bund a line
lot of everything that is nice, bis segari
and confectionary are unexcelled.
Comk up and settle your town taxes,
which are lighter than ever before, being
only one mill. The Treasurers Book
.will be closed on the 10th of June.
See the card of Dr. A. M. Snider, who
has taken the old stand of Dr. Fersner.
Dr. Snider is first class dentist and worthy
of the patronage of the people of Orange
Otf Friday Miss E. Allbrgotti'i school
.gave a picnic, it was well attended, and
very much enjoyed by both old and young.
It was the largest affair of the kind since
the war, and it will be remembered by
.all who attended it, as a day of pleasure
The go ahead firm of T. Kohn & Bro.,
know what is needed iu a community,
^tnd they keep up to the times by always
having a firfct class store filled with every
ithing suitab'.e in the dry goods line. Give
them a call and yov .are sure to be satis
.fird with the price, goods and clerks.
'We are pained to record the death of
^"Mr. Oldcndoff, one of the oldest citizens
,'iof Orftngeburg, Mr. Oldeudoff leaves a
bereaved wife to mouru his loss, and the
entire sympathy of the community is with
Jicr in her sore bereavement. Mr.
Oldeudorffjdied on Sunday night after an
illness of only two days; He was buried
(AP ftwdWt ffi^y?? -
" ^IL^ose whose subjiQriptfon has *?r
papered we.hope all will come and settle
We have receive^^drnMeBsm Haskoll
& Johnson a Catalogue of Scovila Phon
piijr, and' if it comes up to .wftftt the
atalog?o says it must indeed bo nearer
perfection than any of the other systems,
Mubsoii lins been generally used hero
but when we got a copy of Scovils system
we will judge fov ourselves and givo our
readers our judgment: between , the two
?- ? r
Monday being sale day, tho following
tracts of laud were sold to wit:
1 Tract of land, sold in the ease of V.
D. V. Jamison Referee, vs A. G. Salley
Executor, containing 800 acres, more or
ies8,purchased by R. S. Sn.lley for $101.00.
Also,, John J. Jennings AdnYd. & Geo.
B':Viver Clerk, ^ ?.S. Salley, 800 acres,
bought 'Dy K. M. Salley for $6.00.
V. D. V. Jamison Referee and Adm*r.
vs N. M. Salley, 80? acres purchased by
R. M. Salley for $25.00.
Calvin Hayden vs A. G. Salley 80t
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 in town consequently tho sale were
not well attended.
Tite 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, &c., suitable for the
season. Tho senior editor in a leading
article on Manures, in which the use con
jointly of the barn-yard manures and the
fertilizers of commerce containing 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, tho import
ance of the facts presented, he will con
sider that he has not lived his long life in
voiii. Published by Sam'l Sands &Son,
No. 0 North St., Baltimore, Md., at $1.50
a year, 5 copies $5.00." Specimen num
bers sent free.
Wavkutuim:, S. C, Apr. 20, 1874.
Eilitnr 0:annebuvy Times:
I do not claim, nor am I a politician,
but as I always; peruse the columns of the
Times very closely and criticise them, on
having noticed the true political corres
pondence digued, respectfully Clio and
Republican in which they both speak of
the n!,gm?, Clio says the blacks and not
the whites arc the blame for our present
political condition. I differ very much
from him in this respect. He says the
white went to the blacks, they did go, but
they went-to try to force them to submit,
even went so far as to not employ any of
them as laborers (or rather threaten not
to employ any). This was the wrong step
indeed, the whites held tho majority once
and if they had dealt kindly to t! em they
would have bad 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-bag
gers, seeking for an office. It is just such
men as he who have placed the whites in
their present deplorable condition. He has
placed himself on an equal with the negro
in politics, I wonder if he does the fame
at his eating table or bed. "When he
speaks about their honesty, it reminds me
very much of a remark made by an old
negro woman, who on one occasiou was
roasting some potatoes for dinner and
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, who 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 prcseut. Yours,
THE undersigned takes pleasure in announc
ing to his many friends and patrons, that ho has
permanently located at Orangeburg, C. H , S.C
where he will devote his entire time, from every
Monday till Friday noon to the practice of
,v?ntistry in all its Dcpai tmcnts. Perfect satis
x>- "*ced in nil operations entrusted
faction guw**.- 7? moderate.
mhMVcato. Cwrges'vSi, . crWillcock
'Store. " / M.^IpEB,t>.^
Sends you orders for Doors Sash andBlindstd
the Southern House of Gco. S. Hacker of |
Charleston 8. C, Mr L. Ransdale of our Town
is the authorised agent for this House.
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On? of the firs'; buisncss principles to act upon,
is to makeali perckssss direct from the man
ufacturers, thus saving largo sums of money,
for this reason we advise our readers to pur
chase their Windows, D?ora Blinds, &c, from
I. li.'Ball &Co., Charleston, S. C, who have
at the Factories combined benefits derived from
materials in first hands, skilled workman, latest
improved machinery^ and thorough systematic
management. All windows glazed with good
clear glas?. They are also Agents for Asbestors'
Roofing Felt try. it and you will bo pleased with
ita durability. Bend for price list, circulars, &c.
THR_old fashnncd mancr of building houses,
and waiting for months for the sashes, doors
and blinds to season, is obsolente. A live enser
prising man who reads the newpapers, 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 Rudders' Emporium, and have all his Doors
Sashes and Rliuds, ready to go in ita place when
the weather-boardings are put on. Messers.
I. II. Hall &Co., the Proprietors, have the most
extensive stock of Building Materials and Orna
mental House Work, including White Pine, and
Fancy Lumber, Naxble and J^arblcizcd Slato
Eantels, Asbestos' Roofing Felt, dec. Send for
price lists and circulars.
i-? U i m "? i-flt
A' very rapid, safe and easy way to make
money,in to procure territory to in trodurc 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 you. would pay $80 for,..rapid,
smooth and firm, makes a scam so strong the
cloth will tear before the stiches rip apart.
Eight new attachments 'for all work and the
improved Hut ton Hole Worker used by us only.
Agents only need show ihc.ni in operation to
sell in evry house they enter. $30 and upwards
clcarC^ daily by smart agents. No such Ma
chine was ever* offered at any such price. 35.
000 soid Jail year, iCO,0?0 Families use them.
Demand increasing every day w..?rQ they be
come known. Minister, Judges, Lawyers,
itors, Machinists, Tailors &c. recommend them
as perfect. Rights given free to first applicants.
If there is no agency in your place, write for it,
or buy a Machine for your Familv or a relation,
there is none better or so cheap. Machines sent
to all parts of the country on receipt of price
S10 Read advertisement beginning "$(10 saved
in evry Family" in another part of tnis paper,
Address the proprietors, Robert J. Mulligan &
Co., 326 Canal St., New York.
Office of the Oraxoerurg Times.
Februnry 12, 1874.
CORRECTED WEEKL Y.
Ordinary, - - - - 11 (it, 12
Uood Ordinary, - ' ? 12 @ 13
Low Middling* - - - 13J (fit
Strict Middling, - - - 14J @
Bacon Hams : : lb 12J ? 18
" Sides : : V 11 <fc> 12J
Lar.d : : " 12! @
Corn : : : : bim 1 00 @ 1 10
Peas :^ : : : " " 80 85
Oats : seed : : " ? ! 25 @ 1 06"
Flour : : : : cwt 4 75 % 6 00
Fodder : : : "1 25 <&
Rough Rice : : "1 30 @ 1 35
Butler : : : : lb 30 (?v 50
Egg?? : : : : do/. l?c @
Turkeys : : : pr 1 00 @ 1 50
Geese : : : : " 1 00 @ 1 25
Fowls, : : per dost. 3.50 perdoz.
Bees Wax : : : lb 23 ?
Beef : : " 10 @, 12
Tallow : . : " 8 @ 10
Pinders : : per bushel 1 55(3 1 35
CONSIGNEES FLiR EXPRESS.
Miss M A McMiehacl,
Moor & Wilson, 2
S T Pearson,
W H Mormon,
E H Williams,
T K Snsportns,
ALL persons indebted to the Firm of Mosely
Crook it ('opes, are requested to settle the same
within thirty days from date. 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 and Preparing Seeds beforo
This prcparation,latcly introduced to the Ag
ricultural world.appearfrom recent experiments
to surpass all that has over been attempted in
that line. It not only contains all the elements
and fit food for the seed in its infant ptate, 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 which any
material can be made to adhere to the seed.
Coal Tar being a very small portion of this val
ablc compound to prevent the ravages of birds
and insects, but so united and prepared as to
form a dry powder, which dissolves rcadily,ono
pound producing one and a half gallons, or
fifteen pounds of mucilage. On every farm there
urc 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 liine.and should
bi: mixed in proportions of one part of wood
ashes or lime, to three parts of earth. Ry the:
aid of the mucilage, much of this material can
be made to adhere to each s?.ed, which never
fails to show good results. It has boen tried on
corn, rice, cotton, wheat, potatoes, peas and all
the cereals with marked cll'ect, 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 land. COO Planters used it last
season with remarkable success,
Every Farmer and Planters should use it.
for s A lb ny
KIRK ROBINSON, Agent.
Orangeburg, S. 0.
Feb. 26 3m.
ALL persona nre hereby forewarned not to
trudo for a certan promissory NOTE signed by
me, and payable' six months after date to Bam
berg & Sinter, for one hundred and* forty-five
dollars, with interest at twelve per cent, dated
March 30th, 1874, as I will not pay said note,
having* a good and legal defence io the same.
^pr. 25, '74. P. T. RICKEN BAKER.
, Male and Female agents clenr'$30, per day
Out tits und 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 full sized really good Sewing Machine
for less than $50, tli.it operates by
Prize Medals, Premiums, Diploma*, awards
of merit, Honorable mention, &c, &c,
HVCD ilT ATUPRP
vT&n nLiU UIHL.HJ.
1 The last useful - invention to render the diffi
culties of sewing less labo.-ious. The new and
I improved patented
BUTTON HOLE WORKER,
the culmination of perfect mechanical accuracy
practical skill and utilitv, with beauty, strength
and durability combined. A long required labor
vaver. . ; - I ;
8 NoW Patented Sewing Machine Attachments
with which over seventeen different kinds of
beautiful sewings, fancy, elaborate, ornamental,
intricate, fnie, plain and strong can be done
with perfect ease and rapidity by those wdo
never saw a sewing machine before. Our new
attachments have gcuunc merit that command
immediate sales. They are tho most valuable
adjuncts ever patented to advance the usefulness
of Sowing Machines, and are adjustable to all
other good machines, equally as well as our
own. Without them no machine can he perfect.
Sold separate if desired, tit one-tenth the cost of I
the old styles used by all other machines
? OUR NKW MACHINE
is larger than come of the $80, machines- Will
do every description of sewing, hem, fell, tuck,
seam, quilt, braid, cord, bind, gather, rufllc
shirt, pleate, fold, scollop, roll, embroider, run
up breadths, &c,. &c, will sew anything a nee
dle will go through makes the strongest stitch
known, so strong that the cloth will tear before
thu seam will rip apart. Has self-adjusting
straight .needle, reliable accurate feed, direct
motion, no complication of useless coggs or
cans to oil or gel out of order, 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 ns upright and responsible
men, well worthy of the confidence and patron
age of our Christian readers.*"Northern church
standard," N. Y. Dec. 27th.
anil machines promptly forwarded to any ad
?bres* on receipt of the-.following cash prices,
jingle machines for samples or private use,
*i&a styles with 2-3 abbistable extension ta
1<j and treadle, farnLdicd with equipments
rcadv for immediate use $10Each
Machines with extra fine table
SrtSWiiiies wirh tnble and cover
Machines with enclosed teble half
Machines with enclosed table full
The machines at $10 are precisely the same
ac those of a higher price, the only difference,
being that those at $10 have plain but neat t>u |
hie and treadle, while those of a higher price]
are ornimental, with elaborate and costly pol
ished black walnut.
Tables with covers, enclosed cases, and cabi
No extra charges made for packing or ship
ping ta any part of the country. Special cer
tificate for live years with every machine. Speci
mens of sewing, illustrated circulars, with
numerous recommendations, wholesale- cash
prices, extraordinary inducements to agent?,
?Cc, mailed free. Exclusive control of territory
given gratis to capable and energetic agents,
merchants, store keeper?, ?Sc, who will travel
or open ngcuccs anil exhibet the wonderful
merits cf our* machines in their h/calities, and
and solid orders.
Outfits and county rights given free of charge
An uncqualed quick and honest money ma
king buiness formale and female canvassers in
all parts of the country.? Christian Index. N.
Y. Jan- 5th.
must be made in Post Office money orders, or
Bank Drafts made payable to our order In New
York. Registered Letters or bv express at our
AH Orders and Commuoications muat l>e
ROBERT J. MULLIGAN & 00.
336 Canal Street, N. Y.
General Manufacturers of Machinery.
jABrjcAeljJrrwT/j RaiLBduu&rrJVir* GiidMi,
\\ SUleandMarbleMintlcs: Floor aadDrainA
I. H. HALL & CO.
iUnu?eturtn & 1) filers.
2,4.0, 8,10. Market Street. ?
22Z, 225. Hast Bay,? fc&
CHA RLESrON, ?, C H
This cut entered according to Act of Congre
in the year 1873, by I, II. Hall & Co., in the
office of the Librarian of Congress, at Wash
F. ft; W BKICfOMANN
Has jnat received* ft fr?sTr supply of GROCERIES fcuch as
BACON, ? COFFEE, ?
LARD, ? TEA %
BUTTER,. g SUGAR,. W
CHEESE, j^S OYSTERS, ?
bv *" tat
. CRACKERS, g SARDINES, ?.
CANNED : FRUIT. 'f '
. 17 /.It ALSO,
CONSTANTfiV lcocpsON HAND, T>ry Oootte, Clothing, Shoes, TXttdks*
Oaps &C? &C*i at Pr'ce to suit the times.
~~??-.wwyuyr itiLfi:iTEP a new lot op
And Several kinds of FERTILIZERS which, can be bought low down, for moaar.
Apr. io.xsia. tr^.,rTff. F. H W. BRIGfcMAN.
In Announcing to Hie PUBLIC
THE Ecceipt of a4*rge, Complete. audJMELL SELECTED SPRING STOCK o^ ...
GROCERIES, LIQUORS & SEGAR8
IBEG to Inform all Parties Interested in a Bargain, that they have leen bought Under Ex
traordinary Favorable Circumstances, and ?iRt they will be Disposed1 of
ciin:A3? FOR CASH.
FT is my object to make it advantageous for my Friends, Patrons and the Public to BUY from
C. D. KORTJOHN.
P. SS. I Invite Special Attention to a pure Hol) .nd GIN, C ogitac and Peach BRANDY
Nov20, c31 lj
THIS IS THIS TIME AND P&ACB
TO BUY ANYTHING YOU "WISH IN THE (GKOCETiV LINE SUCH AS FLOUR
Bacon, Prepared Ham, Lard, Ruiter, Mollasses, Sugar, Cofiee ?Sc, A, AT THE
ENTERPRISE GROCERY ST?RE.
And in-rear of the Grocery, is the,
WHICH is kept full of the finest grades of LIQUORS, SEGARS Ac, which will be sold to
suit the purchaser. Call and sec for voursclf.
? A FISCHER.
March 20 1874 ? tf
BACON and FLOUR
0^ 9 9s*
g-g 3 , * 3 3 2
3 < < o ? g
? ? ? o CD M
S ? fij &> & 3- 2. g
& ? %
COME ONE CO?IE ALL
AND EXAMINE MY FINE STOCK OF
BOOTS AND SHOES,
WHICH I am now offering to My Patrons at ery reduced rave*. Ry buying direct from tho
Manufacturers, I am able to bell a l'I2sL SilOL at a very low price I have all Kt*'M nf
SHOES to suit the purchaser. 1 otj.w o?
IN addition to my Shoe Store, T have a Select Assortment of
WluV 1 am offering Low. Down.
W .3,1873-,, ..y T- POYP^? '
1874 SPRING TRADE 1874
T. KOHN & BRO.
ARE NOW OPENING THEIR
NEW SPRING STOCK
And can confidently assert that they aro
THE GAEATEST BARGAINS
EVER before Exhibited in Orangeburg, which are the results of Unusual Favorable Purchase*
in consequence of the present and past Pressure upon Trade
DRESS GOODS, PRINTS, EMBROIDERIES, NOTIONS.
WHITE GOODS, f PERCALES, HOUSEKEEPING GOODS Ac., Ac.
OF the Finest and Riches Materials and the latest Novelties in style and Designs of tl\iB.scMon?*
Wear. An elegant Stock of lady's Neck Wear, Ties, Collarettes, Scarfs, Ruches and'JBoIts
in most Select and Becoming designs. We bavu added to our already Immense Stock 'of.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Comprising the Latent Styles of Ladis' Gaiters, Gents' Shoes and Boots.
Our Stock of
GENTS' CLOTHING, HATS, AND FURNISH.^** QQQPSi #
IS Superior to any ever offered by us.
TIIJBQ&ORB KOHN & BROTHER,
Apr. 9, 1874 ^NEW STOftEv