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Q^AWGEBUR?, S* C- JULY 30, t874.
;.lpP^ M*" Kuut Robihbon is authorized
.-ollect and receipt for adyertiseraents nml
criptions to the Timct.
**v".< & .'? " S
Mayor??Toab W. Moeeley.
Clerk and Tteas?Kirk Robinson.
Aldermen?-Henry Washington, J. P.
Harley, B, Williamson, T. D. Wolfe,
Echnrd only remains ton days with
his Photograph Canopy.
Tnc tneeting at Lewisville on Satur
day last was a finde, the few that were
there, knotted off in squads and gave
the reformers a cold shoulder.
A juvenile knight of the bat and
ball'carries a black and blue eye as a
token of affection. Cannot our town
Marshal put a stop to the nuisance of |
base ball playing on the street
Eohnrd makes two victoria pictures
The bricks for the new depot have
?een brought down; and splendid brick
they are. We are now convinced that
tho railroad Company is in earnest. It
has been a hard straggle to give up
that old nondescript affair, but its
days arc numbered, and the agent is
- Ben An i) the photographist, in his
commodious tent is doing a lively bu
siness. A true picturo for a mere song;
.Give him a call and wait your turn.
He Utkes four pictures for one dollar,
one for mother, and one for father, one
ibr brother and one for-. Echard
deserves a full support, and will get it.
CoRREsroiSDRNTs mu?t affix their
names to their communications to in
sure attention. If a writer is ashamed
of-lurt name or unwilling for other
reasons to give it, they will save trou-|
ble by not sending letters to this office.
Of-course the name is not published
mules? desired, all that we want is to
know who tflie party is.
<f>r?eT? taken for out door views of |
residences Arc, by Echard.
Tjif. Charleston Daily Sun is upon
file, and its light promises to shine in
Home of the dark haunts of State gov
?rninCnt. Located nt tho commercial
<?entre of the State, where mniiifd in
fluence affects the legislative expression
1 he Sup tins a field for good service.
Its editor lins u bold opportunity, and
we hope will meet his promises. Let
ll*e "?Sun" he upon one flank and the
*Ncws and Courier" on the other, the
fur will fly from the catamounts.
lihFouE us is a protest of a ?Iwrit for
050, on Hon F. J. Moses Jr., endorsed
bv C. S. Bull to DeMars <fc Wulfe, and
seul for collect ion through Mcss.Fowles
and Robinson. The Notarial return
(states that the office of F. J. Moses is
?fosed Ac. This d?-nft was received by
Messrs. DeMars & Wolfe in payment
ofa biUl ?lue them, and they may have
the privilege of holding it as a souvenir
of the spteudid representative of the!
party who put so low and dispised a
creature where he is.
Special attention is given to family
groups by Echard.
It Is our lamentable duty to aunouncc
the death of the Rev. I. S. Keith Le
gare at his homo on Wednesday tho
29th. This announcement carries sad
ness with it far and wide. Mr Legarc
came to Orangeburg iu May 1835, to
C?tnb?ah the Presbyterian church. By
his efforts and that of his family the
?rst church was built; over which he
presided as pastor lor ten years, relin
quiihing the post onjy on account of
?declining health. Since then his la
bors have been broadly philanthropic.
"Truly a good man hath fallen."
The small boys of our town under
the name of "the Junior nine" played
a match game with the "Arragansctts"
at Branchville on Saturday evening.
A number of people witnessed the
game, which was lively and interesting,
and the playing on both sides was very
good. Mr. J. W. Fairey of Branchville
acted umpire. The game occupied
about two honrs and half, and the score
stood twenty-nine to forty-eight, in
favor of the "Juniors." After partak
ing of a splendid supper prepared for
.them by their opponents the "Juniors"
returned well pleased with their trip.
Look out Carolinas.
All work done at Savannah and
Charleston prices by Echard. '
The communication of to day ad
dressed to tho "Taxpayers" is a full
and complete statement of tbe objects,
sought by the association. Any doubts
respecting the 'Taxpayers Association'
must be removed; co-operation must be
secured, and success must be Attained;
or our people are a mob, unwieldy;
unsettled, and routed. Let the masses
vote as. they will; elect whom iney
please; "be.as blind to reason as a
muezzin; only let them join to bring
law to bear on rascally offices, and
wo wilt rout them on their own ground
Let ua keep aloof, and our homes
will go under the hammer of the tax
It iff related ot Mr. Petti grow that
when a young man and practising in
Colleton he rode up to an old lady*3
house for a dinner. ! Being welcomed,
he waited the meal. It came on; the
leading dish being a burly roasted,
rooster. Mr. P tried his knife and
fork, but the frame work of the ancient
relic of the barnyard refused dissection.
In dismay and discomfiture he pushed
the silver spoons into the dressing of
the fowl and hiding all securely,
went his way. Returning two days
after he saw for dinner the venerable
chanticleer of the previous meal, and
accused his hostess to that effect. "No
sir;" ehe replied but strange to say my
silver spoons were lost the day. you
were here." "Ah;" replied Mr. P
"well madame if by any means possi
ble, contrivable or attainable you'll
show me how to get into the interior
of this biped (pointing to the rooster)
I'll discover your lost treasure," and
forthwith commenced to pull* out tho
spoons. Like the "reformers" they've
been tried before and are too tough,
bring out a new dish.
Mass Hosting-"Grand Speeches
Row and Pistols. -
On Monday last a crowd of between
seventy-five and a hundred of the con
stituency assembled on the public
square, to hear words of counsel from
the reformers. While the thunders of
eloquence "rolled along the trembling
earth and fastened on" the elm trees,
there was an outside influence sapping
tbe foundations of the reform temple.
A squad of cheap constituency saw
their man over a watermelon ; another
batch sidled off under orders to a grog1
shop, and pledged faithfulness in a
bumper of Pike's rectified. There were
about as many candidates in the field
as there were voters, and "when all
were so true who could be refused."
Rangier (colored) premised his remarks
by saying that abuses did exist, but
who were to blame, first the conserva
tives then the bad men of the rcpulican
party, Ransier however is a reformer;
his speech v as cautious and noncom
mital. Humbert (colored cx-treas
urcr) had a word or two to offer,
as he is a reformer. Phillips (white) i
thought the colored people had been
bought, and hood winked, too long, he
advised them to take the dollars, bacon
and whiskey, and the ticket that was
put in. their haud to vote, to be sure
that their pantaloon's pockets, had
holes in them, large enough to let the
ticket out, and keep the money in.nnd
then votn as honest men; Good advice
Phillips is a reformer too he says.
Other speakers clambered to tho ros
I truro, an occasional veil testified to
some hit, or lash of patriotic outburst.
Mr. A. B. Kn owl ton then took the
stand, and for reasons not known to uu
has been in bad oder for some time
with certain lcadiug politicians, he was
not acceptable. During his remarks
oue Charles Green (colored and a pen
itentiary bird) interrupted "Mr. K,
whereupon the speaker informed the
crowd of Green's accomplishments.
Green made a rush with a pistol, and
a lively scamper ensued, small boys
took to trees, and a general amount of
rowdyism, in the shape of oaths and
abusive-language followed. J. Felder
Meyers (editor of the Orangeburg
News) was accused of being an ac
complice with Green in the matter
affair, as also J. H. Walhers (a
young white man) and candidate for
legislative honors, but they denied
having any knowledge of tho pistols.
After a while the crowd gathered
around tho stand aud Paul Jones (col
ored) went into the political cauldron.
The "reform party" are represented
by the old wire pullers, and their game
is familiar to many of the colored
people who look on with contempt
particularly after the digraceful row
dyism of Monday.
One large picture set in a 8 X 10
frame for 82 00 by Echard.
Office of tue Orakoeb?ro Times.
U'i, . July 30,1874.
Ordinary, - - - - 111 Q 1?
Bacon Hams , t lb 12 J ? 18
K. Sides : : " 13} fe\
Lard : : . ? 18 @
Com : : : : bus 100 ?
Bough Bice : : ' : 1 CO ? .
Peas : : : " 100?
Oats : seed : " 1 00 ?
Flour : : : cwi 4 75 ?550
Fodder : : : " 1 50 ?
Butter : : : lb 30 @ 50
Eggs : : : dot 15c fa
Turkeys : pr 1 00 @ 150
Geese : : : " 1 00 ? 1 25
Fowls, : : perdoz. 4.50 perdoz.
Bees.War : : lb 22 ?
Beef : : : " 10 @ 12
Tallow : . : " 8 ? 10
Finders : per bushel 1 50 @
attorneys ,at law,
Orangeburg, S. C.
Jas. F. Izlar. S. Dibble.
qr. e J OL1VEROS
DRUG Q 1ST,
Again desires to return his Grateful Thanks
to tke public for the magnanimous and lib
eral Support given him. By assiduous eflbrts
and faithful performances of the Responsible
duties devolving npon him as dispenser of
Medicines, he hopes ever to maintain thicr
confidence and patronage. . nl2-tf
GLOVER & GLOVER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office opposite Court House Square.
Orangoburg, S- C
T. W. Glover, Mortimer Glover,
Feb. 19_tf '
Bjoks, M-tuAc, Stationery, and Fancy
ORANGEBURG, C. H..-S. C.
June M, ? 1874 tf
MOSES it. BROWN,
MARKET STREET, 0RAX0EBUR0, S. C,
(next ik)ou to Stuavs a Street's mill.)
HAVING permanently locate*! in the town
would respectfully solicit the patronage
of the citizens* Every effort will be uned to
June 18. 1873_18 ly
DfL J. G. WAKNAHAKER & 00.,
Respectfully call the public's attention to
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE,
?lt Russell Street, next door to McMaster's
Brick Building, 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.
DbJ. g. wannajmaker & c/o.
the undersigned takes pleasure in an
nouncing to his many friends and patrons,
that he has permanently located at Orange
burg, C. H., 8. C., where he will devote his
entire time, from every Monday till Saturday
noon to the
PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
in all its Depattments. Perfect satisfaction
guaranteed in all operations entrustedto his
care. Charges very moderate.
Office at Dr Fersner's old stand over Will
A. M. SNIDER, D. 8.
$.100 per month will prove it, or forfeit
$1,000 to sell BLAKE'S Shuttle Sewing J
MACHINE. Price only $20. The best and |
cheapest Lock-8tilch Machine in the United
States or Canada*
A FEW GOOD REASONS.
1. A new invention, thoroughly tested.
2. It makes the Lock-Stitch alike on both
sides, and cannot be ravelled.
2. Runs for years without repairs.
4. Construction most careful and finished.
It in manufactured by the most ski) ful Machi
nists. For Circulars and terms address
S. BURKE, SON & CO.
169 Warren Street, Jersey City, N. J.
I have on hand the best
for Preserving Fruit, that has been invented.
They will last Forever unless accidently
broken. They are Cheap, and well worthy
of the attention of those who like good Pre
Just received from D. Landreth & Son,
lOO lbs FRESH RUTA BAGA
Grangers Supplied as u*ual, with all the
different varieties of Seeds.
June 25, 1874 tf
O?TH CAROLINA RAILROAD
Charlston, 8: C., Oct. 18,1873.
On and aftor Sunday, October 10, the Pas
senger Train* on the South Carolina Rail road
wiU run a* follows:
FOR CO I.UM III A.
Leave Charleston - ? ?.00 a m
Arrive at .Columbia - - 6,00 p m
LeavrfCharleston - - 9.00 a m
Arrive at Augusta - 6.00 pm
Leave Columbia ? - 8.40 a m
Arrive at Cliarleslon - - 4.20 pm
Leave Augusta '?? -" - 8.20 am
Arrive ?t Charleston - - 4.20 pm
Columbia Night Express (Sundays excepted)
Leave Charleston . - 7.10 pm
Arrived at Columbia - - 6.80am
Leave Columbia - - 7.16 p m
Arrive at Charleston - . - 6. 46 a m
Augusta Night Expreps (Sunday excepted)
Leave Charleston ? - ??r!pm
Arrive at Augusta ? ? 7.60 a m
Leave Augusta ? - 6.00 pm
Arrive at Charleston ? * 5.40 am
Leave Summervillc at ; ; 7.26 a m
Arrive at Charleston ; ; 8.40 am
LeayerCharleston ; ; 3.10 p m
Arrive at Sumraerville ; ; 4.30 p m
? t.. CAMDKS TRAIN.
Leave-Camdea ; . ; 6.60 n m
Arrive at Columbia ; ; 11.60 am
Leave Columbia ; ; 1.50 pm
Arrive at Camden . ; 0.35 p m
Day and Night Trains make close connec
tion at Augusta, with Georgia Railroad.
Night Trains, only, make close connection
with Maeon and Augusta Railroad.. This is
also, the quickest and most direct route, and
as comfortable and cheap aa any other route
to Montgomery, Selms, Mobile. New Orleans
and other points Southwest, and to Louisville
Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Leuis, and all other
points West and Northwest.
Columbia Night Train connects closely
with the Greenville and Columbia Railroad
and with the Charlotte, Columbia and Au
gusta Railroad for points North.
Through tickets on sale to all points North
Camden Trains connect* at Ktngville daily
(except Sundays) with Day Passenger Train
and runs through to Columbia on Mondays,
Wednesdays ana Saturdays.
G. 15. PICK ENS, G. T. A.
Cotton Gins Ac.
THE "COTTON BLOOM"
made by the Sanborn Machine Co., and sold
the past two seasons as the Magnolia Cotton
Gin; it is the lightest running and cleans
the seed better than any others.
. HALL'S COTTON GINS,
with feeders attached, save the labor of or.e
hand in feeding tbe Gin.
HAND COTTON GINS,
?with 16 Saws each. Also
WRIGHT'S HORSE POWERS
One of the strongest, best and simplest in use
GULLETT'S Hand Lever COTTON
Send for Circulars.
62 EAST BAY STREET,
South of the Post Office.
CHARLESTON, S- C.
Jnlv 23 1874 3t
GO TO TEXAS
LONE STAR ROUTE!
itTTRRNATIOKAL & GRRAT NoRTRERK R.R.
. . Passengers going to Texas via Memphis
and Little Rock, or via Shrcvcport, strike
this line at Longview, the Best Route to
Palestine. Hearne, Waco,. Austin, Hunts*
ville, Houston, Gnlveston and all points in
Western, Central, Eastern and and Southern
Passengers via New Orleans will ind it
die Rest Route to Tyler, Mineola. Dallas,
Overtoil, Crockett, Longview and all pointa
in Eastern and Northeastern Texas.
This line is well built, thoroughly equip
ned with every modern improvement, inclu
ding New and Elegant Dav Coaches,Pullman
Palace Sleeping Cars, Westinghouse Air
Brakes, Miller's Patent Safty Platforms and
Couplers; and nowhere else can the prssenger |
so completely depend on a speedy safe and,
comfortable journey. .
The Long Star Route has admirably an
Bwered the query; 'How to to go to Texas?"
by. the publication of an- .interesting and
truthful doemnent,containing a valuable and
correct man, which can be obtained, free of |
charge,, by addressing the General Ticket
Agent, International and Great Northern
Railroad, Houston, Toxas* District E.]
"Feb. 12 1874 ly
THE CELEBR AED TAYLOR GIN
Price $ 350 per saw,
THE ORIGINAL GRIS WOLD GIN
Price $3 75 per saw,
. THE EXCELSIOR GIN.
Price $4 per saw*
THE DANIEL PRATT GIN.
Price $4 per saw*
THE MORRIS GIN. Price 93 66
per saw, at Depot in Columbia, 8. C.
All work warranted to give satisfaction
For sale by
J. E. ADGER&Co.
. ?62 EAST BAY, Charleston.
July 0 it
THE TAYLOR GIN.
Price reduced and vastly improved in quality.
Having the exclusive agency for the counties of OBANGEBUBfl and BARN WELL
I am prepared to furolah tlie eelebratcd TA YlaOR GIN?' very murh reduced
price*. Thees Gins are now wed by a great many planten?, among whom are:
Mr. JaJob Eeitt,
Dr. W. W. Wannamakei,
Mr. Jacob Cooner,
Mr. J. W. Smith,
Mr. N. E. W. Sistrunk,
Meura. Bolin A Argo,
Major A. J. Hydrick,
Mr. James lt. Fowlea,
Mr. II. J. Hydrick,
Mr. Keating Korris.
A sample Gin may be seen at the store of Messrs. Bull, Scovill Si Tike, with whom
orders may be left, or at the store of _^,
JOHN A If AMII/TON.
June 10,1874-J8~4m. Orangeburg, South Carolina.
FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS
T. KOHN & BROER
"WILX. CLOSE OUT THEIR
Entire Stock of
"Without Regard to
Being Determined to Sell for the
arrival of Fall goods.
THBOSORB KOHN & BROTHBB?
Apr. 9, 1874 NEW STOKE
In Announcing to the pTJBLIC
THE Receipt 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 beea bought under
Ex traordinary Favorable Circumstances, and that they will be Disposed of
CHEAP FOR CASH.
IT is my object to make it advantageons for my Friends, Patrons and the Public to BUY
frora C. D. KORTJOHN.
P. I Invite Special Attention to a pure Holland GIN, Cognac and Peach Brandy.
Not 20, * c31 ly
BACON and FLOJJTt
S a a .
W nf) n *
rl < <
? ? ?
g flfi ? A
2 2 2
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. By buying direct from
the Manufacturers, I am able to Sell a FINE SHOE at a very low price. I have ?11
Styles of SHOES to suit the purchaser.
IN addition to my Shoe Store, I have a Select Assortment of
Whic1 I am offering Low Down.
T. B, BOYD'S
Not. 31, 1873?ly
F. H. W BRIGGMANN
Has just received a fresh supply of grooeries Mich as
BACON, Q COFFEE, g
LARD, ? TEA %
BUTTER, ? SUGAR, g
CHEESE, m OYSTERS, ^
CRACKERS, I SARDINES, E
CANNED * FRUIT.
CONSTANTLY keeps ON HANI), DryGpods, Clothing. Shoe*
tri ifctB Caps OCO' &C-, at price to suit the times.
HAS JUBT RECEIVED A If ZW LOT OF
And Several Kinds of fertilizers which can bo bought low down
Apr. 10,1873 jp. H. w. bkiggjmtan'