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Mr. Knut .KouinsokJ?. ar?hiprir.ccUo
.?ollect nnd receipt for advcrtivffienpOTnd'JifSjb
.criptions to the Times.
Mayor?Joah W. Moseley.
Clerk?T. D. Wolfe.
, Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P.
ley.'B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe.
Baptist Church?Services first Sunday evening
nnd tho second nnd fourth''Sun days, hiorning
and evening. Rev. A. P. Nor'ris, Pastor.
.> Pfttbrterian Church?Servicesat.il A.M.,
and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at A . ?Mi-iS
?^?*t*!?r auw?nlThuraday. afteruoon at 4 o'clock.
J. D.A. Brown, Evangelist.
Ciiuixjli of. the Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st
nnd Sd-v'dundays. > Serve*, nt 11 A. M., and 4
P. M. Sabbath School OJ A. M.
Methodist; Church?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7i P.M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
"Rtv. J. B. Campbell, Pastor.
Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
J. O. Vose, Superintendent.
Oraiigobtfrg Mail Arrangement.
Northern, Western nnd Closes. ?
Charleston .. 11 A.M.
'?Columbia. ? IP. M.
Office hours from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sundays
W. 15. WILLIAMS, P. M.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
PASSEXCJEH. PR EI( i I LT.
DAY XttAlNH. r?Av TUAtWs.
Pawn-11 :I0 A.M. Down - - - - T.fitl a. M.
t>,-L54 P..M. Up - -- .- 12.4- p. M."
KlOUl.fit.viva N"I(; u'r Tit AI Xfl.
Pawn- - - 1 1.-V2 I'. M.I Down - - - ?5.13 T.M
tip.2.0;i A, M.jlip --?.?l A. M
Wo return our thanks to Dv II. J.
Avingor of'Texas for copies uf Texan
To-dny die game of base ball between
the Alh'eties and Oranges will take place
We have received a valuable coinmu
,. .ideation, from J );?. Snider on the treat
ment of child rcii's teeth:
Till-: weather has bcett unusually wann
for the last three of lour days but that
nu ke I)r. Duke'* soda wulor more ac
At the recent Tax sales 21,'JUU acres
\vcr siild for Ti(xcs, l.lt?H) being forfeited
1o i: e State. \?hd other County can
I)eMurs A'. W'olf'e. are still doing n
thriving business having a fine stock of
summer liquors on band which they are
fcel.inu: at reasonable rates.
Coubt adjourned on Saturday Morning
ealy about, four or five cases wcre'tiied
1>y tho jury?Humbert's case was contin
ued until next,term of tho Court.
The Young Americas paraded on
"Tuesday afternoon, practised with their j
?ongiwe, and -went through their different
evolutions in their usually brilliant style.
C. I). Kortjohn believes in quick sales
/with small profits, so any one who wishes
to buy groceries etc., at the very lowest
market price, cnii do so by tailing at
?C. D. Kortjohn's.
Mr. Wilcock's (Jotbic house is being
painted and finished off Tho house is
Ai ornament to that portion of the Town.
The Architecture of the building shows
a great deal of taste and too much credit
cannot, be given to tho designor.
Tho Friday night, lee ('ream enter
tainments arc woll patronized by ' both
old and young. The ladies of the
Methodist Church are engaged in a. laud
able undertaking, and they have too bed
. wishes of the community for their.success*
Mn. Peter Gowati sin old and esteemed
resident of this place died on Tuesday
night aller a severe" illness. Mr. Gowa'ri
yvns" Jbrnierly a citi/cn of Charleston, be
leave? a large number of relatives nnd
friends to jno'Jrn his loss. Mr. Gowan
was in his eight^ccoml year.
* 'AlVthosp -*^ ?ubscr.pttou has ex
pired will find a red pross mark on their
taper and we hope all will ?oine and settle.
tlmt the Puioks of the Town uror
will be dosed jm the 10th. After tlmt
daylthc penalty, will be attached. Those
who .have uoj paid their town tax will do
'well to pay up, aud avoid the penalties.
-1-1 imi ? m?
Monday being sale day, the following
Tracts of land were sold by the Sheriff:
The interest of John J. Salley in a
tract of larid "known j'as the "Poplar
I Spring" tract, 800 acres more or
i bought by'Messrs Bull & Scovill 830.
Also a tot of notes and accounts be
longing to the Estate ofL. D. Clark.
-head of cattle belortgihg to ' tho
Estato of Thos Oliver; were sold.
Very few in Town, the weather being
uro requested to give1 notice that
the Annual meeting of tho Orangeburg
j County.Bible Society will ho held next
Sunday night at the Methodist Church
in this place, services to commence at 8J
o'clock P. M. An address will be de
livered on the occasion, and a collection
for the benefit ofJItlic Society will be
taken up. W'c trust that there will boa
large audience present, to show their in
| tercst in behalf of this most worthy Soci
ety. Come one, come all, and lend your
hid in sending the Bible to the needy.
Tiio'Law of Landlord and Tenant.
A case h:is been decided in the Court
of Common Ph-ns for Richland County
which involves a question of very grave
importance to l.unHor Is. A man pained
Mooui-y r.-nh-'d ahoiisoii) one Edwards,
upon the express condition, in writing,
that he whs to surrender the premises
upon failure to pity the monthly/ rent."[
Edwards did fail to make a payment
when it became due. Upon this Mooney
complained to a trial justice, who after
the usual ten days' notice, ejected the
tenant. Edwards thereupon brought an
action for damages for unlawful eject
ment, and upon the hearing Judge Car
penter decided that the trial justice had
no jurisdiction, anil that Mooney was
liable in' damages. The jury found a
verdict of c20U in favor of Edward--.
Cmh r this decision trial justices have no
jurisdiction to oust tenants for non-pay
ment of rents, ami and landlords have no
remedy against that, class of tenants, cx
| ccpt by imi action in the Circuit Court
for possession of .mil property. This
being an notion in which judgment can
on!;, fo obtained in open court, even
'.win li m.'Mrfcmv R made, the 'delay in
volved will t>pei:itcgreatly to the injury
m the landfowners. The law, as nou;
construed, is a virtual denial of the rights
CONSIGNEES F?R EXPRESS.
C I) Kortjohn,
J J Hooker,
Hinas & Co,
F H W Briggman,
B P Thompson, 3
E M Parlor,
L S Connor, 2
M I Browning.
E\V FLOUR FROM WHEAT OF
J. A. Hamilton's;
ALL persons indebted to tho Pinn of -Mosoly
Crook A* I'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, '71. MOSELE Y& C( ICES
THE Copartnership of MosotSy, Crook &
Copes, has this day been dissolved by the with
drawal ofWillinm IC. Crook. All liabilities of
the Firm are assumed by Joab W. Mosoley and
.f. W. MOSELEY;
W. Iv. CliOOK,
KOHERT C< >l'ES,
The busini a .vill be continued by the under
signed under tho name <>f Moseloy & Copes.
,J<).\I! W. MOS ELMY,
r.i ?BEIIT <"< d*Ks.
Oraiigcburg, S. 0.; April l?, 1STL
$300 per month will prove it,or forfeit $1,000
to sell IlLAUE'S ShulUe Sewing MACHINE.
Price only Sau. The bed and cheapest Look
Stitch Maehii'.o. in tho United States or Canada*
A FEW COOI) REASONS.
1. A new invention, thoroughly tested.
2. It makes the Look-HtStch alike on both
sides, and cannot ho ravelled,
?J linns for years without repairs.
?1. Construction most careful and finished. It
in manufactured hv the most skilful Machinists,
For Circulars and'.terms address
S. BURKE, SON & CO.
100 Warren Street, Jersey City, N. J.
May 28 1974 3m
;v. :- February 12, 1874.
Ordinary, - YM ? V.l
(loodj?rdiuarvfjr J \?\\ <Vl3i @ 14
Eow<Middling, - - ' 15 ?
Strict Middling, - -"^^rV*;' \
#PBECTTSW i3 j
Uli! I r 1 liilr ttjwi LTi Mnl HlnlP
Oata,;. ria pood : : 1 00 ?
Row ;: ':? i .: cwt 4 75 ?0 00
Fodder : : : " 1 50 (s)
Rough lilec : : ? " 1 05 ?
Butter . t : : : lh 30 ? 50
Egga ": ' : ' : .. dpz 15c ,@
Turkeys : : . : l>r 1 00 (<<: 1 50
Geese : : : : " 1 00 @ 1 25'
Fowls, ! : per doz. 4.50 per doz.'I
Hoes Wax , : : ': lb . 23 ?
Beef ' : : 10 ? 1 %
Tallow : . : " , S ? 10 j
Hinders' : :i per .bushel 1 65?1 35 I
Sends you orders for Doors S?sh und Blinds to !
the .Southern House of Ceo. S. Hacker of
Charleston 8. C. Mr L. llansdalo of our Town
is the authorised agent for this House.
Ono of the first huisnoss principle-no act upon]
is to make all perehasas direct from the man
ufacturers, thus saving largo sums of money]
for this reason we advise our readers to pur
chase their Windows, Diors Blinds, &e|, from
1. H, P ah &C?., Charleston, S. C, who have
at tho Factories combined benefits derived from
materials iii first hands, skilled workman,latest
improved machinery, ami thorough systematic
;management. All windows glazed with gO&j
clear glass. They -are also Agents for A^bcstorw
Hoofing Felt try it ami yon will he lUeasctl with
its durability. Send for juice list, circular?, &c?
rj^IIE old f.ishonod manor ofhuilding houses,
Jt and waiting for months I'm- the sashes, doors
and blinds to season, is obsolente. A live enscr
pricing man who reads the newphpiTs, and keep?
posted about matters and things- will make an
estimate of what is.required in tlie house ho
is about to elect, send to Charleston. S. C, to
the Builders' Emporium, and Iruvc'all llisDoor*.
Sashes and Blinds; ready to go in its place when
the weather-boardings are put on. Messers:
It IT; Hall &C?7,:the Proprietor:!, have the nioM
, oxtensivostoek of Building Materials nhtl ()rna?
mental Mouse Work, including White Pine, and
Fancy Bum her, Nnrhle and Narblcized Slate
Iv-ntels, Asbestos' Boot ing Fil , tvo. Hund for
price lists and circulars.
. a, ?
a very rapid; safe ami easy way to make
/iLinonoy.istb proc'mc territory to introduce the
latest useful invention that is wanted evry day.
by evry one, evry where, who has n family, a
full sized Hewing Machine with Table anil
Trouble for only $10 that does the same work
as a Machine you would pay $.S0 for, rapid? |
smooth and linn, makes a seam so strong the
cloth will tear before tho Stiches rip apart.
Right no>y a'.tachnunts for all work and the,
improved Bulton'Holo Worker used by in or.+W
Agents only need show them in operation to
si ll in evry house they elfter. !?'50 and upwards
cleared daily by smart agents. No such Ma
chine was ever ottered at any such price. 35.
OOll sold lait year. 100,01)1) Families wv them.
1 Jemand increasing every day where they bo
coine known. Minister, Judges, Lawyers, Ed
itors, Machinists, Tailors &tsi recommend them
as perfect. Bights given free to first applicants.
If there is no agency in your place; write for tt,
<r\- buy a Machine for your Family or a relation,
then is none better or so cheap. Machines sent
to all parts of the country on receipt of price
310 Bead advertisement beginning "$(50 saved
in evry Family" ini another part of tins paper,
Address tin-proprietors. Hohert J. Mulligan &
Co., 32tVCanal St., New York.
One Six horse power Portable Steam Engine
in fair order, can be seen in operation every
Saturday, at the plantation of Mr II. B, Griffith.
For terms apply on the place, or address L.S.C.
1*. O. Box 01, Orangeburg,S. C.
ALL parties wishing to compete for Premi
ums, at the coming County Fair, (to In; held in
October.next,) for Field Crops on small (train
and Crosses or other Forage, are requested to
call on the undersigned, for the Hides and Reg
ulations governing the same.
By order of Board of Directors.
may 21?lm Sect, oi Ticas.
ICE 0REAKI and REFRESHMENTS
AT IlALb UF
YOUNG AMERICA FIRE CO.
THE LADICSof tho MvthodU Episcopal
Church, Smith, in this town, respectfully inform
the citizens of Oiangeburg, that they will be at
Fireman's Ball on next Friday afternoon and
evening with Ice Cream and ltefreslnnents, for
Sale?and on every Friday afternoon and even
ing thereafter during thosummcr months should
the success of their ollbrts guarantee it. The
proceeds to he expended in furnishing the Par
sonagf of that Church. The Hall will open at
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
]S'?o lit lily I iisttii merits,;
DERMH OF LEASE:
All V?yincill? n)(UU <>i, Lewe will ?;>/)/?/ towards
the purchase of ihr. Intlruu\eni Loaned.
T*idndll rnhird at
?100 to $500 : : $75 advance,' $25 monthly.
626 to ODO : : ih advance, 30 monljdv.
C.23 to 750 : : 100 advance, 40 monthly.
Ornans ralurd at
$125 to -TiO : t $26 advance, $10 monthly
225 to 350 : : 40 advance, b"> in out lily
30010.500 : : 50 advance 25 monthly.
J^SrV" Parties w ho offer satisfactory Security
can pay for Instruments in notes at0, 0, and
l'J months' time.
Call and Ibid out other inducements offered
in both Time and Cash Sales, from
Agent for Orangebiug (,'oimtv.
may 22, 1873 14 *tf
THE undersigned takes treasure mannounc
itigto his many friends and patrons,flint he has
permanently located at Orangoburg, C. II ,B.C.
whcra?hi*ilfr deAJbto^i*Wir??m$ dyesf]
Monday till Friday^ mum to the practice of
Dentistry in all ila Doprnttiiciits. Perfect satis
faction guaranteed in all operations entrusted
to his care. Charges very moderate.
Office at Dr. Fcrsncr'a old stand over Willcock
Store. A. M. SNIDER, S. D.
$60 SAVED. .
IN EVERY FAMILY
Male and Female agents clear $30, per day
Out t'us and county rights granted free.
Wonderful Achievement?New Inden
tion?Latest. Stylo?A Large
with Table and Treadle complete.
ONLY TEN DOLLARS.
The successful invention, and production of
the only full sized ready good Sewing Machine
for Tes;srtlum $"'0. that operates hy
Prize Medals, Premiums," Diplomas, awards
of merit, Honorable m<nlion^ Are., &c.,
OVER ALL OTHERS.
The last nst ful invention to render the.diffi
culties of sewing less labo.'ioits. The now and
,hnprovcd patented . _ .
1 BUTTON HOLE WORK MR,
-the culmination of perfect mechanical accuracy
practical skill and utility, w ith beauty, strength
|^and durability combined. A long required labor
8 NeW PntoutcdSnwiii^Miu'hineAttacIiuicnts
with which over'seventeen different kinds of
beautiful Sewing?, fancy, elaborate', ornamental,
intricate, line, plain and strong can be done
with pCrTec't ease and rapidity by those wdo
never saw a sewing machine hi fore. Our new
attachments have '.?< mine merit that Oomtnmid
immediate sales. They are the most valuable
ad'pinets ever patented to .advance the tlsefuhie&R
bfScwing MachoHs, and are; ndjustable-to all
other good machines: equally as well as otir
own. Wilhout.'thein i.o luaehinecan be perfect.
Sold separate ifdesiredi at onc-1'nrh the cost of
the old 8t\ les used bv all other machines.
is larger than -'/irte oft!* r>'0, machines- \Vill
ilo every dg&'Jriptu uolH?wihg, hem, fell] ftbck,~t|
Rellin, quilt, braid, cord, bind, gntlier, rnllle
Miirt, plume, i'ohi, fcnliop, ndl, embroider, rim
up breadths, A.c.. >vo., will sew anything a nee
dle will go through makes the strongest stitch
known, mi strong that the'cloth will (car before
the seam will fiip . apart. Has self-adjusting
straight neeillp, reliable accurate feed, direct
motion, no complication of uselaw, CQggR' or
cans to oil or got on I of order; is silent, easy
working, light running, very rapid, smooth and
correct, cpiiekly understood and easily managed.
The invention of those excellent machines
can be relied upon as upright and responsible
men, well worthy of the confidence ami patron
age of our Christian rcaders.,t"Xorthern church
standard," N. Y. Dec. 27th.
and mabhin'os promptly forwarded to any ad
dress on receipt of the following cash prices.
I - Single machines for samples'or private wcy
p airi styles with 2-51 abjnstable extension ta
ble and treadle, tarnished with equipments
ready for immediate use $10 Each
I Machines with extra fine table. l? "
Machines widi table and cover1 20 "
Machines with enclosed table full
cabinet style. 40 "
The iqachines at ?10 are precisely the same
ac tlib'se of a'higher price, the only difference
being that those at $10 have plain but neat fa
ble and treadle, while those of a higher price
are ornimental, with elaborate and costly pol
ished black walnut.
Table* with covers, enclosed casea, and cabi
No extra chare, -? made for packing or ship
ping ta any part of the country. Special eer?
tilicatc for live years with every machine. Speci
mens of sewing, illnsiraf?tl circulars, with
numerous recommendations, wholesale cash
ju ices, extraordinary inducements to iigent-*,
Ac, mailed free. Exclusive control of territory
jiven gratis to capable and energetic ngtnts.
merchants, store keepers, eic., who will travel
or open licences ami ex hi bet the wonderful
merits i f our mnebiues in their localiti?*, ;aud
Outfits and county rights given free of charge.
An imcqunlcd quick and fionos't money Ina
king hniness formale and female canvassers in
all parts of the country.? Christian Index. N.
Y. Jan- Gtb** ? 'f'fl'? *IL i? i
CASH I1M ITTANCES
must he made in Post Office money orders, or
I Jiauk Dittfls nuidu payablu to our order in New.
York. Registered Letters or by express at our
All Orders and Communications niuat
RODERT J. MULLIGAN & CO
a:i? Canal St.cp'i, X. V.
General Mamifai lurcra.of Machinery,
j Wfi?^^i ?mm
tfiBh ? :;?':,.)h. b." "'. >mkr/,M7rt.0'ttud*A
Lj TdinvjWhite Vine, I: i' w *RncyLumber,- \
(?abihefMtker.t/uie Wecdj&c. \
Send forfrice L ist. N
I. H. MALL & CO.I
Ii Iii 3/jnvf*rfvrert& J)ctUrs. >
2j4;C?, c,10, Uiirhet Street.
This cut entered according lo Act of Congro
in the year 187tf, by I, II. Ilall A Co., In tbc
office of (ho Librarian of Congress, at Wash
, ? Fv II. W BR16.GMANN
HAS just received a fresh supply of GROCERIES ftuch aS* - - ' -
J I * ,?5SC\> XtmrrH ?A ?V ?<srtW>
? CHEESE, m OYSTER?F-~J&r-x
CRACKERS, & SARDINES; g&t 4d
CANNED I "FftUIT?rc
1HT SOM ftTKn IfitjMl JW8T?
HAS JUST RECEIVED A^Nlfw ^
1 NORTHEBN' H;Ml ?
And Several'kinds-of FERTILIZERS 'wluch\cah1)b hofl|^5^HHHS^
Apr. .10,1873 ? ' F- II-W- littlGGMAN ;
i i /In /Announcmg to
THE l\ecefpl\)f a^argc/Coniplcto ami WELL'SELEGTfiD Sl'RI^G.S550?K,Qf
1 ol R? r </f fB ?J at/Oivn
ted in a^Bargahi, that.they nave been
:c*, and tlir.t tlicy will be Disposed of
bought Under Ex
IBEG to Inform all Parties Interes
traordinary Favorable Circumstances.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
it is my object to make it advantageous for mv Friends, Patrons and the Public to^UY'from
" ' C.tt. itWJRTJf?ttjr.
p. S- 1 Invite Special Attention tu a pure Holland GIN, Cognac and Beach BRANDY
Nov 20, col -4y
,T j >?ilffif,?ooil -.. j rt_:ur.-.-i m1v
THIS IS TES AND^IiACS j
rp? BUY ANYTHING YOU WtS
I Bacoit, Prepared.Ham, Eurd, ihVlter?^
t nl ?t
MllMf Eldb ITIIUUIVI ?
And in rear of the Grocery., jjs &6SuitfoTg ifev'.W
WHICH ?s kept f.il! of :he finest grades of LIQUORS, SUGARS &c, which will be sold to
suit 'he purchaser. Call and fcc for votfrself.
March 20 ? <>1874 fcC
^ 1 ..."... 1 . . "... i.?j! .J) m\>. ;??! "
IBACON and FLOFR ^
<rti j d-j?ii ami), iivv/ d'.ndvr ixsixiw. Hij.*r rrt?HTi
? SpeoialtiBs, ; : l'1 ^
?W ? ! ^-^
Q ? Q
g B5 .CS
s? s ^
U1?A ?WA^i?MOHW O ? O
.3a feO?G^r ? rv>?'
> -'s. 2.
i . ? tKO &idVni i DJ ... ? .,.
?fi\; / ^ S?3 ^S7"31110 .....
~eirsr ONE COME ALL
? AND EXAMINE MY FINE STOCK OF
ti ji gniiuy^iUi 4^.* >l t. TJig i<w? .oa?u ;tnj?.-> cvu :ikidA ? jkykk Jh;:?'.'
BOOTS AND SHOES,
WHICH I am now offering to Al>' Patrons at ery reduced rates. By buying direct froir
Manufacturers, I am able to Sell a FINK SHOE'at a Very low price. . *Phave all S*.v!
SHOES, to .suit the purchaser. . *
IN addition to my Shoe Store, I have a Select Aasortmcnt of
\ % 8 %
Whic' lam offering Low Down
T. R, BOYD'S
ARE NOW OPENING THEIR ,
T. KOHN &
N_E.\V_.. S F.II I NO ST OCR
And can confidently assert that they are
?r t u-} (^ikatest n. a.ix::.,\
EVEB before l'\-bibi(e<l in Oran -urg. which arelbv restdu of Unusual Favorable Purcha.se?
in eohsniiit iKetpf ihe j rt.-as-.a and pa-1 l':v-.-ure upon Trade " ?_
DP ESS < a )ODS; PR I N TS, EMBB/>TDEKTK.^ov? ifod 11 -NOTIONS,
WHITE GOODS, PElU 'AbKS, lloUSlCK-EEl'lNG G0O1.H Ac., &c.
OF the Fineiit and li'n-hes Maiorials and the l.t'e-t NoveTtli . In -tvleathl Designs of fids seasons'
Wear. An elegant Stock of lady's Neck.Wear, Pies, Pillared*;, Se.Vrfi, Rnchesand Belte
in most Select and P.eeomingdesigns. have added to'our alroudy Immense Stock of
Con\prising the 1/Uest Styles of Ladis' Gaiters, (ient?' Shoes aiid Boots. .? jf^
Our Stock of
n -i i ?u" i.i-oj.iu tu.? Tvjn o?. ) mil of ffif otjl?irff . v crt ii^ffju ?dl e*
GENTS' CLOTHING, 11 ATS, AND FUUXISUINF GOODS]
IS Superior to any ever offered by us.
We earnestly ?-.-ilI your attention to the above facts and solicit a VISIT of Inspection. We
being able to ofler fnr more Valuable laducements than ever before presented, and uch as can
not fail to claim the Patronage ofall who study Economy in connection with the Finest Quality.
Apr. 0, 1874
THEODORE KOHCST& 3E?THER,
NEW h^TOlt H