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^AttGEBURG, S. C JULY 9, 1874.
Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized
to -olkct and receipt for advertisements and
??b erlptionn to the Time?.
Major?Joab W. Moseley.
C1wk~T. D. Wolfe.
Aldermen?Henry Washington, J.' P.
H?rt?y, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe.
Baptist Church?Service* first Sunday even
?ng ar>4 the second and fourth Sundays,
morning Biid evening. Rev. A. P. Norris,
rresbyterian Church?Services at IIA.
M., and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9}
A. M.?Prayer meeting Thursday afternoon
at 5 o'clock. Rev. J. D. A. Brown, Evangelist
Church of tho Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st
and Sd Sunday?. Serves at 11 A. M., and 4
P. M. v 8abfeath School 0* A. M.
Methodist Chtircli?Services at 11 A. M.
?ad 7} P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A.M.
JUt. J. B. Campbell,.Pouter.
Lutherah Church? Sabbath School at 9
A. M., i.Q. Vosc. Superintendent.
Orangebarg Mail Arrangement.
Kcrthem, Westernand Closes.
.Charleston. 11 A.M.
Columbia. 1 P. M.
Office, bourn from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sun
W, E. WILLIAMS, P. M.
Read what is said about the Home
Magnolia's kind letter is on file
for ihfxt week. Thanks!
Mtl. Dan'l. Zimmerman's crop was
Oiuch injured by the late hail.
Bee the interesting letter of Dr.
Barton who is at present in England.
PltOF. C. W. Hut son is here on a
Vtfit to hi* hither, Col. W. F. Hutson.
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The late Treasurer's account was
?hurt; that is he was to li?Ve settled but
The Rev. A. P.ipc N orris lias taken
ptmpv it of tho residence of the late
1*. G.iwau Emj.
. Marteii Harry Dnwtioii was knocked
down by a horse a low days since, but
hie injuries were slight.
Mi:. L. IL Bcckwith handed arqutid
several of the premium lists for the
lit xi County fair.
Mit. Willcock's githic cottage is a
gem, am. located upon a street th.\t ir,
rapidly improving with neatstructures
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At the has:.' ball ground during the
late game, a gentleman was taken quite
ill, but was restored and removed by
Justice sends us a letter, but given
no name, wc cannot publish communi
cations without knowing the anther.
Please write again.
i Dit.Olivcros' mansion is being closed
in. The mansard roof is a novelty
with us. This bouse will be an orna
ment to Orangeburg.
Sale Imi' last \vn>? an quiet, as any
other summer day, nothing to sell, and
no money to buy with had anything
been offered. The base ball defeat was
the main topic of interest.
Oranoeburo has the reputation of
trying to bring Moses to trial, and now
i? being tested as a collecting agency.
A bill is here for collection upon F. J.
Moses Jr. Wonder if the drawer will
shave it; if so he may sell it for a relic
of the much abused native Governor.
See notice of Dr. T. B. Legarc in
another column. The doctor's profes
sional skill is established beyond need
of mention here, and we are requested
to state, that patients needing his ser
vices will apply early in person or by
letter, that appointments may be made
to enable him to give attention to pro
fessional calls outside of the town.
The "Orange Club" has played
the first of the series of games for the
championship with the Carolinas, and
will play the next in Charleston. The
correspondent of the News & Courier
states that the challenge came from
the "Orange club," this is a mistake,
the "Oraugo" accopted the banter of
the Carolinas. A little practice will
worry up their sturdy opponents.
Taxa Orange club and Swamp An
gela me' again on Tuesday, and played
the last of the match games, and the
result showed the Swamp Angels 73 to
a score of 43 -for tho Oranges! This
leaves the Orange club defeated in the
contest for home championship.
Our Schools.?If any community
is alive to tho interest of good schools
it is ours, and to our friends in the
country . whose children aspiro to un
usual advantagesnear at home, we can
safely recommend the several schools
"in Orangeburg. That of Miss Rebecca
Albcrgotti is the oldest, having been
in successful operation for the training
of young ladies and children even be
fore the close of tho war. Miss Alber
gotti's system and discipline has and
always will secure large support. Next
in order is ihe Orangeburg Academy
of Mr. Jas. S. Hey ward. Mr. H. is a
teacher of fine culture and his through
drill places him in an enviable posi
tion for the public patronage. Mr.
Stiles II. Mellrchamp is in deserved
favor with his ?rst eines school, and i?
abreast with the latest modes of in
struction. We hope these popular
schools will be filled nt their next
Sons of Temperance.?A public
installation of officers of this order
took place on Monday night at their
hall. A large attendance of ladies and
citizens gathered and occupied the
scats prepared. Tho venerable Dr.
Thos. Elliott acted as Grand Conduc
tor, and G. W. P. Brother Elkins per
formed the rites. The ceremony of
installation issimplsyet beautiful,and
tho following officers took position for
the following quarter: John A. Ham
iltion W. P.; Mrs. Eliza Cannon W. A;
J. C. Edwards R. S.j J. L. Heidtmnnn
A. R. S.; P. Ltcgare P. S.; James A.
Hamilton C; Miss Lucy Danuer A C;
F. S. Dibble Ch.; T. O. S. Dibble I. S.;
L. H. Wauuamaker O. S.; J. G. Mc
Kewn P. W. P. After the installa
tion the meeting was addressed by the
W. P. elect with remarks that appealed
to the sympathy of the public in the
work. Mr. Elkins also entertained
the audience with a pleasant speech.
A collation among the members ended
the interesting events ot the evening.
The Society numbers about fixty
ladies and genllemci:.
The Fourth.?A drum and fife at
the bead of a colored militia company,
roused our citizens to the fact tit at
"Independence day" had run its an
nual round. The column after march
ing to the engine house halted, and
dressed right and left as best they
could in undress uniform, and thure
met the "Comet" fire company in their
usual good appearance who wcicgeting
ready for the enjoyment of the day.
The train from Charleston brought the
Carolina base ball club" with many
visitors from the old city by the sea,
and Meroney's bus was never more in
demand. At three o'clock the field of
contest was alive with anxious faces,
and the champion Carolinas in their
handsome uniform got ready lor the
match. The Orange club were in their
neat outfit, and although not the match [
of their opponents in physique they
met them to win or to fight for it. The
game excited great interest and greater
disappointment, when the result wns
known, and the Oiango club wero'de
feated by a score of 23 to 41. The
fielding of the Orange club was said to
be excellent, and the general playing
of the Carolinas was incomparable.
Each club caught ten fly balls. At
night a splendid avotion of ediblan,
drinkables, and mirth making, greeted
the guests from Charleston, who left
by the night train full of victory, and
kind feeling for the generous hosts,
and wann welcome had in Orangcburg
during the game.
Town Clodk.?Orangeburg needs
a Town Clock senrcely any two persons
agree upon the time, and the various
meetings of our societies arc seldom
held at tho appointed hour, because
there is no standard recognized by the
community. It is n notorious fact
that the services in our various
churches do not often -commence at
the hour stated. Now time (iu one
sense at least) is money, and if we had
a clock which the community would
adopt as the correct standard, much
timo, now uselessly spent in waiting
till tho latest man's watch shall have
indicated the proper hour, would be
Tho advantages are so obvious,
however, that we will next ask, "is it
practicable'? We think so. Tho Steeple
of the Baptist church was evidently
built with reference to placing a
clock there ami wo arc informed by
several Baptists, that it would be en
tirely agreable.to the members to use
it for this purpose.
Is tho cost too great? We think not.
An experienced watch maker, who
has circulars of town clock makers,
tells us that a clock with 4 dials (3}
feet in diunntcr), giving only the time,
can be purchased for $250; a clock
striking the hours would cost, $425.
There would be a few additional ex
penses incurred, but they would bo
comparitivoly small. But who will
furnish tbo money? Where the whole
community is to be benefited, we arc
unwilling to ask a few individuals to
bear the expenses, and think the Town
should foot the bill. We respectfully
suggest to our Council to give this
matter their immediate attention. Let
every one who is interested speak to
the members of the Council on the
Office of the Orangeburo Times.
February 12, 1874.
Ordinary, - - - - 121 @. 13
Uood Ordinary, - - 13J ? 14
Low Middling, - - - l? ?
Strict Middling, -
Bacon Hums : : lb 12J ? 18
" Sides : : " lift ? 13J
Lard : : . " 15 ?
Corn : : : : bus 1 00 ? 120
Rough Rice : : : 1 50 ?
Poa? : : : " 120?
Oats : seed : " 1 00 ?
Flour : : : cwt 4 75 ? G 00
Fodder : : : " 1 50 ?
Butter : : : lb 30 ? 50
Egg* : : : doz 15c ?
Turkeys : : pr 1 00 ? 1 50
Gees? : : : " 1 00 ? 1 25
Fowls, : : per doz. 4.50 per doz.
Bees Wax i : lb 22 ?
Beef : : : " 10 ? 12
Tallow : . : " 8 ? 10
Pinders : per hunhcl 1 55 ? 1 35
Fresh Cakes and Crackers
J. A. Hamilton's.
Home Shuttle .Machine
Combines every pateuL of the Singer and
Wheeler ? Wilton, with perfect simplicity
and beauty of stitch. Sixty riming in Orange
"MS" PRICE $25 00 AND $37 00,
Only think of it
THE WEED FAMILY FAVORITE
On account of it < successful contest with
the "Wheeler & Wilson" at the Maryland
Institute is rated the best of American Ma
chines. Price lower than any odier first class
Machine. For Sale by
JOHN A. HAMPTON
Agent for Sewing Machines
OFFICE COUNTY AUDITOR.
Qranokuuru County, S. C.,
June 10th, 1874.
Notice is hereby given that from on and
after WEDNESDAY, the Fist Day of July
1874 to Thurdav the twentieth dav of August
this Office will be OPEN to receive the RE
TURNS of Heal and Personal Property of
this County. Tax payers arc requested to
have a correct List of the different classes of
Lands, as follows:
Number of acres of Planting Land.
Number of acres of Meadow and Pasture.
Number of acres of Wocd Laud.
Ami number of Buildings.
Each tract of laud must be returned sepa
rate in the Township where it lies, and at
the same time they will make their return of j
Personal Property, Moneys and Credits.
Taxpayers are urgently requested to he
prompt in making their returns, as the Law
requires me to add a penalty of 50 percent,
to the Real and Personal Property of delin
quents which in every instance will he done.
JAMES VAN TASSEL.
9 4 County Auditor.
In the Court of Probate.
By A. R. KNOWLTON, .Judge of Probate.
Whereas, Mrs. Mary A. Carroll widow
hath petitioned this Court to have her home
Htcad in the Estate of Jacob Carroll deceased
appraised and set of!'. These are therefore,
to notify all concerned, not unless complaint
bo made by any creditors or other person in
terested against such appraised and setting
off of Homestead. I will on 21st day of July
next, appoint persons to appraise and set off
June 10th 1874.
AUG. B. KNOWLTON,
2-2t Probate Judge
In the CoUet of Prorate.
By A. B. KNOWLTON, Judge of Piobate.
Whereas, Mrs. Mary E. Oliver, widow
hath petitioned this Court to have h.>r home
ntcad, in the Estates of Thomas Oliver, de
ceased,appraised and set oil, These arc there
fore to notify all concerned that unless com
plaint ho made to me by any Creditor, or
otlicrpcrson interested against such appraisal
and rotting off of such Homestead. 1 will on
thc21st day of July next appoint Appraisers
to appraise and set off such homestead.
June 10th 1874.
AUG. B. KNOWLTON.
i\i OSELE3T& copes
for your TURNIP SEED of all kinds
Fresh and Genuine from the Celebrated
House of David Landrcth i\. Sons. 2 It
W. ?T. BeTreville,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office at Court House Square,
Orangoburg, S. C.
racb 13. lyr
DR T. B. LEGARE,
Graduate Baltimore College ot Dental
OFFICE OVER STORE JA.1IAMICTON
July 0 1874 tf
I have on baud the best
for Preserving Fruit, that has been invented
They will last Forever unless accidently
broken. They nrc Cheap, and well worthy
of tho attention of those who like good Pre
Just received front D. Landrcth & Son,
lOO lbs FRESH RUTA BAG A
Grangers Supplied as usual, with all the
difll'ivnt varieties of Seeds.
} E EZEIvIEL
Sign of the Rig Watch.
June 25, 1871 tf
DR. J. G. WANNAHAKER & CO.,
Respectfully call the public's attention to
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE,
on Russell Street, next door to McMaster's
Prick Ruilding, where can be found a well
selected stock of Medicines, Paints, Oils,
Soaps and Fancy Toilet Articles. A kind
and generous patronage is earnestly solicited.
Dit.J. G. WAN NAM A KER & GO.
THE undersigned takes pleasure in an
nouncing to his many friends and patrons,
that he has permanently located at Orange
burg, C, II., S. C, where he will devote his
entire time,-from every Monday till Friday
noon -to the
PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
in all.its Departments. Perfect satisfaction
guaranteed in all operations cntrustedto his
care. Charges very moderate.
Office at Dr FersnerV: old stand over Will
A. M. SNIDER, S. D.
?? J4if rfl'?aP* test of Fire-Proof Safes
by "fTltf" Engflsh Covommt'nt proved
tho superiority of Alum Filling. No
other Safes filled with
Alum and Plaster-oT-Paris.
M?R?IM & CO..
265 Broadway, n. Y.f
721 Chestnut St., Phila.
go to texas
LONE STAR ilOIJTE!
Intkiinationaj. & Grkat Noktiikun R.R.
Passengers going to Texas via Memphis
and Lhtle Kock, or via Slireveport, strike
this line at Longview, the Pest Route to
Palestine. Ilearnc, Waco, Austin, Hunts
ville, Houston, Giilveston and all points in
Western, Central, Eastern and and Southern
Passengers via New Orleans will bid it
the Pest Route to Tyler, Mincoia. Dallas,
Overtoil, Crockett, Ixmgview and all points
in Eastern and Northeastern Texas.
This line is well built, thoroughly equip
ped with eviry modern improvement, inclu
ding Newaiul Klegant Day Coaches, Pull man
Palace Sleeping Cars, Westinghousc Air
Brakes, Miller's Patent Safty Plat forms and
Couplers; and nowhere else can the prssenger
so completely depend on a speedy safe nnd
The Long Star Route has admirably an
swered the query: '"How to to go to Texas?"
by the publication of an interesting and
truthful docnmcut.coutaining a valuable and
correct map, which can be obtained, free of
charge, by addressing the General Ticket
Agent, International and Great Northern
Railroad, Houston, Texas' District E.]
Feb. 12 1874 ly
THE CELEBRAEDTAYLOR GIN
Price $350 per saw,
THE ORIGINALG UISWOLDGIN
Price $3 75 per saw,
THE EXCELSIOR GIN.
Price $4? per saw.
THE DANIEL PRATT GIN.
Price $4 per saw.
THE MORRIS GIN. Price $3 50
per saw, at Depot in Columbia, S. C.
All work warranted to givo satisfaction
For sale by
J. E. ADGER&Co.
62 EAST BAY, Charleston.
THE TAYLOR GMT.
Price reduced, and vastly improved in. Quality.
Ilaving tho exclusive agency for the counties of ORANGEBURG and BARN WELL
I am prepared to furnish the celebrated TAYLOR GIN ut very much reduced
prices. Thees Gins are now used by a great many planters, among whom are:
Dr. AV. W. Wannamakci, I Mr. Jacob Keitt,
Mr. Jacob Coon er,
Mr. J. W. Smith,
Mr. N. 34. W. Sietrunk,
Messrs. Kolin & Argo,
Major A. J. Hydrick,
Mr. James IL Fowles,
Mr. IL J. Hydrick,
Mr. Keating Norris.
A sample Gin may be seen nt the store of Messrs. Bull, Scovill & Pike, with whom
orders may be left, or at the store of
JOHN A- HAMILTON,
June 10, 187 4.-18-4m. Orangeburg, South Carolina.
F. H. W BRIGGMANN
Has just received a fresh supply of GROCERIES fcuch ns
BACON, ^ COFFEE, g
LARD, g TEA i?
BUTTER, g SUGA^, g
CHEESE, w OYSTERS, 0
CRACKERS, fc SARDINES, S
CANNED " FRUIT. *
CONSTANTLY keeps ON HAND, Dry Goods?, Clothing, Shoe*,
Hats Caps &C- &C-> at price to suit the times. ?
HAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OP
And Several kinds of FERTILIZERS which can he bought low down
Apr. 10,1873 F. H- W- BltlGGMAN
In Announcing to'the pTJBLX?
THE Receipt of a Large, Complete and WELL SELECTED SPRING STOCK of
GROCERIES, LIQUORS & SEGARS
1BEG 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
C. D. KORTJOHN.
P. hJ. I Invite Special Attention to a pure Holland GIN, Cognac and Peach Brandy.
Nov 20, c31 ly
BACON and FLOUR
S < o ? q
? ? u o g m
? * * 43. ^ S? ?? g
* * * ^ % ?
COME ONE COME ALL
AND EXAMINE MY FINE STOCK OF
BOOTS AND SHOES,
WHICH I am now offering to My Patrons at ery reduced rates. Bv buying direct from
the Manufacturers, I am able to Sell a FINE SHOE at a very low price. I havt all
Styles of SHOES to suit the purchaser.
IN addition to my Shoe Store, I have a Select Assortment of
Whic' I am offering Low Down.
T. B, BOYM'S
Nov. 31, 1873?ly
1874 SPRING TRADE 1874
T. KOHN & BBO.
ARE NOW OPENING THEIR
NEW SPRING STOCK
And can confidently assert that they are
THE GREATETS BARGAINS
EVER before Exhibited in Orangeburg, which are the results of Unusual Favorable
Purchases in consequence of the present and past Pressure upon Trade
DRESS GOODS, PRINTS, EMBROIDERIES, NOTIONS,
WHITE GOODS, PEttCALES, HOUSEKEEPING GOODS &c, Ac
OF the Finest and Riches Materials and the latest Novelties in style and Designs of this
season Wear. An elegant Stock of lady's Neck Wear, Ties, Collarettes, Scarfs, Ruches
and Belts in most Select and Becoming designs. We have added to our already
Immense Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Comprising the Latest Styles of Ladis' Gaiters, Gents' Shoes and Boots.
Our Stock of
GENTS' CLOTHING, HATS, AND FURNISIIINF GOODS
IS Superior to any ever offered by us.
We earnestly call your attention to the above facts and solicit a VISIT of Inspection.
We being able to ofll-r far more Valuable 1 .iduccmonts than ever before 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 STOIIK.