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?RAMGEBURG, S. C AUGUST* 13,18?4.
tST Mr. KikkRohusbon is authorized
lb rollcct and receipt for advertisements and
tubcriptions to the Times.- ^
Mayor?-Joab W. Moselcy, |
Clerk and Tieaa?Kirk Robinson. ^
Aldermen?Henry Washington, J- P
ttarley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe.
BaptistChurch?Services firstSunday even?.
tng and the second and fourth Sundays,''
morning and evening. Rev. A. P. Norrip,
Presbyterian Church*?Services at 11 A.
M., and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 0}
A. M.?Prays* meeting Thursday afternoon
at 5 o'clock. Rev. J. D. A. Brown, Evangelist
Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?1st
and 3d Sundays. Serves at 11 A. M., and 4
Pv M. Sabbath School 0} A. M.
Methodist Church?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7$ P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A.M.?
ftev. J. B. Campbell, Pastor.
- Orangebnrg Mail Arrangement.
Northern, Western nnd Closes.
Charleston. 11 A. M.
Columbia. 1 P. M.
Office hours from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sun
W. E. WILLIAMS, P. M.
Mr. Kortjohn says; well read for
yourself, and as ho has a full supply of
good things you may try a sample first
and then purchase.
The juvenile clubs, Independents
and Edistos, will play a match game
vm Tuesday afternoon the 18th. There
?will be benches fbr the ladies.
?Services will be held at the Episco
pal church on Sunday next (16th).
Rev. William F*. Johnson rector ofBci
nting. The public are invited to
Several pntriotic "county savers"
arc having a hard time; if the whiskey
was put on peaches it might pay better
Ihnu letting it go to treacherous deser
ters. Oh my;
Wk heard that Govornor Moses
culled nt a colored camp meeting at
Alston S. C., w liked up to the pulpit
ami gave the preacher ten dollars.
MEPf-nf. Kohn & Brother have put
out a new sign; It is showy and a i en 1
beacon guide to the wayfarer. All
who follow its way will go right in to
the Ha/.aar of fashion.
Mn. Fleming's house fell in during
a laic blow, and smashed things to n
great extent. Fortunately no one was
injured. A sewing machine was dam
aged; now for a rush;
Mr. T. B. Boyd has a chnngo of ad
vertisement, Read and call ou him,
he'll be suro to please you. Mr. B has
thirty different brands of segars, and
they aro something fine, ;j ?
^ ? ??
We are authorised to state that thej
time for the regular monthly meeting
of the Orange township TaxUnion has
been fixed for the fourth Thursday of
euch month, at 11 o'clock A. M.
The Democrats have gained great
victories in the following States: Mis
sissippi, Alabama, Tennessee and
North Cnro'ina, in electing nil their
candidates by overwhelming majorities
We have a card to the Nashville
Industrial exhibition. Would like to
go but prefer investing our greenbacks
in a nearer amusement. The exhibi
tion will be one upou n grand scale.
The correspondent of the "Cincin
nati Commercial" says, "if the convicts
of the Ohio penitentiary were created
a legislature, they would be fitter to
rule than any legislature of South
Carolina since the inauguration of
radical rule," and further ho adds that
'"the only salvation for the State is to
let the taxpayers have tho rule of tho
The bridge at the railroad crossing
on Russell street is a dangerous nfTnir,
and our Council has a right to demand
of the railroad that they shall put a
wider platform there, and if necessary
rail it. Tho old platform lately re
moved was barely wide enough, but
that was taken up, and one only twenty
feet wide has been put there. It is a
shame; and the first accident that
occurs will be at the expense of the
TiiE sxercises of Miss R. ?. Alber
tus School will bo resuns?d on
icsday' September the 1st., :tt tlio rcsi
mce of Capt. T. A. Jefiord^ JftUs^ell
reet. Those intending to couipeto for
rizes should comtnonco with school,
isic and French by a competent
icher. :_ !
In consequence of a corner in Chi
cago lard and bacon havo advancod
25 percent. . Speculators are running
produce up to fictioious prices, and the
poor man suffers from it. Corn ad
vanced 20 per cent, in one day, and
pork $6 per barrel, inconsequence of j
There are three County papers in
Orangebi!*g that have the largest cir
culation. The Times modestly claims
to have tho largest list of paying sub
scribers. The American tea Company
and Walker's vinegar bitters havo
perhaps the largest gratuitous circula
On Monday last a fight took place
between the editor of the 'Free'Citizen'
and tho School Commissioner, caused
by an article published in the above
named paper. There were three rounds
no one hurt. The School Commissioner
on trial vfas lined ten dollars, or go to
jail For twenty-five days.
We notice-that Messrs. Straus and
Street have completed their rice and
grist mill. These gentlemen deserve
great credit for their enterprise. The
whole establishment involves an in
vestment of at least $5000, which adds
greatly to the property of out town.
Tiie News and Courier accidentally
credits Camdcn as the scene of the late
storm which so seriously interfered
with Mr. Ezekiel's comfort. We are
positive that Mr. Ezekicl will never
consent to say it did occur anywhere
elso than here; if he is not anxious to
havo it repeated. Tho same,paper
says "on Tuerday night last during a
storm in Camden, a house was blown
down, and a colored child killed."
This accident occurred at the Dwight
place in Orangeburg.
Another Fow* Wow.?About 12
o'clock yesterday the thump of a pair
of drum sticks, and scroam of anasth
matic fife were heard e n the street, and
through the sun at 94 and dust ever so
thick, a crowd of dusky voters headed
by Mr.??Pllilips (white) who boro
a calico American flag filed along in
a loose step style. j. P. Faurcs(whito)
also figured in the crowd. Tho crowd
\\ent into tho Court house yard and
Were addressed by Solicitor Butt/., who
Was plain and earnest in telling thorn
that tho dead weight of rascality must
be unloaded or tho same power that
freed them would desert them for their
' The "Free Citizen" a now weekly,
edited by E. A: Webster, and pub
lished by A. Webster, is before us. Its
appearance is nca;, its platform is
broad being republican, and its expres
sion decidedly lively and facetious.
If tho "Citizen" defends "tho inherent
riglit? of all citizens without distinction
on account of race or complexion" it
must inaugurate a new republicanism
than that it claims has been fully vin
dicated by the National republican
party. The republicanism vindicated
by that ga-lorious party may suit the
limits beyond tho Potomac, bvt this
side of it, it is a republic of thieves,
ignoramuses and adventurers fostered
by the general government, to the
exclusion of the interests of others.
However the Froe Citizen proposes to
be a "swift witness" against crime of
every kind, and we hold South Caro
lina as a subject for examination.
An old negro whose occupation was
ennobled from the fact that President
Grant once followed it; i e wood haul
ing, may have bson often seen upon
our streets with an ox cart. It was his
duty to tramp on with slow tread bo
hind his slow ox, dispose of his wood
and return for another load. Nothing
seemed to interfere with his philoso
phical coolness. Moses' trial, nor the
comet affected him a jot. Recently his
cart turned bottom up, and his wood
scnttcred generally, the ox looked on
coolly, so did the driver, neither spoke
a word. Tho old man simply proceed
ed to re-upset, and reload; On Tuesday
last wo saw old Diogenes again, his
cart was a wreck, both wheels had
squashed in, and without any chnngo
of countenance, ?r regret, he drove tho
ox away with the shafts dragging on
the ground. 'Old man' wo said 'you're
broken up;" "No sar;" ho replied,
"I'so jiat do boy to cut de wood, season
em, and mek a new waggin."
& (COlMKp^CATEU); ., ;
Tho Angola Ro?ted.
We had not intended to note the
game between the Orange and Swamp
Angels, but, knowing that an incorrect
report ..was circulated as regards the
nine the Orango played against, if a1
write": Tho "Angels'' had out the
very best Nine they havoin their club,
and not scrub nine as is reported about
town. Below is a correct report of the
game. The Orange had their old nine.
Tho Angels having tbe choice sent the
Orange boys to' the bat. W. J. De
Treyille made one home run. Tho game
ended with a score of 71 runs to 15 in
favor of Orange club. Two games are
yet to be played to decide the contest
Office of tue Ocanoeburg Times.
CORRECTED . "WEEKLY.
Ordinary, q .- - - - 11* ? 12
Good Ordinary, 4 - 12J ? 13
Low Middling, - - - 13 ?
Strict Middling, - - - "
Bacon Haras : : lb 12* ? 18
11 Sides : : " 13J ?
Lard : : . " 18 ?
Corn : : * : : bus 1 00 ?
Rough Rico : : : 1 oO ?
Teas : : : " 100 ?
Oats : need : " . 1 00 ?
Flour : : : cwt 4 75 ? 5 50
Fodder : : : ?' 1 50 ?
Butter : : : lb 30 ? 50
Eggs : : : doe 15c ?
Turkeys : : pr 1 00 ? 1 50
Geese : : : " 1^00 ? 1 25
Fowls, : : per doi. 4.50 per doz.
Bees Wax : : lb 22 ? ?
Beef : : : " 10 ? 12
Tallow : . : " 8 @ 10
Pindcrs : per buriiel 1 50 ?
W. J. DeTreville,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office at Court Houbo Square,
Orangebur<r, S. C.
mch 13. lyr
Bjoks, Mmic, Stationery, and Fancy
ORANGEBURG, C. H., S. C.
June 11, ' 1874 ? tf
MARKET STREET, ?RAKGE11URG, S. C,
(next i>oor to Straus a Street's mill.)
HAVING permanently located m the town
would respectfully solicit the ltalronage
of the citizens* Every eflbrt will be used to
June 18. 1873_18_ly_
DR. J. G. WANNAMAKER & CO.,
Respectfully call the public's attention to
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE,
oh Russell Street, next door to McMaster's
Brick Buiidlng, where can be found a well
selected stock of Medicines, Paints, Oils,
Soaps and Fancy Toilet Articles. A kind
and generous patronage iB earnestly solicited.
Dr.J. G. WANNAMAKER & GO.
THE undersigned taken 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 Saturday
noon to the
PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
in. all its Departments. Perfect satisfaction
guaranteed in all operations entriiBtcdto his
care. Charges very moderate.
Office at Dr Fersner's old stand over Will
A. M. SNIDER, D. S.
$300 per month will prove it, or forfeit
$1,000 to sell BLAKE'S Shuttle Sewing
MACHINE. Price only$20. The l>eat and
cheapest Lock-Stitch Machine in the United
States or Canadas
A FEW GOOD REASONS/
1. A new invention, thoroughly tested.
2. It makes the Lock-Slitch alike on both
Hides, and cannot l>e ravelled.
2. Runs for years without repairs.
4. Construction most careful and finished.
It is manufactured by the mostskilful Machi
nists. For Circulars and terms address
S. BURKE, SON & CO.
169 Warren Street, Jersey City, N. J.
May 28 1971_3m
I have on hand tho best
for Preserving Fruit, that has heen invented.
They will last Forever unless accidently
broken. They arc Cheap, and well worthy
of the attention of those who like good Pre
Justrcccivcd from D. Landrclh & Son,
lOO lbs FRESH RUTA BAGA
Grangers Supplied as tiKiial, with all the
diflerent varieties of Seeds.
B EZB Ii I EL
. Sign of the Big Watch.
Juno 25 1874 tf
gOIJTIl CAROLINA RAILROAD
ClIARLSTON, S, C, Oct 18, 1873.
On and after Sunday, October 19, the Pas
senger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad
wiU run as follows:
Leave"<3tihrleston - - 9.00 am
Arrive at Columbia - - . ? 5.00 p m
Leave Charleston - - .. ?-??R ni
Arrive at Augusta -. - 5.00 pm
Leave Columbia " - fH?am
Arrive.at. Charleston ? - . ? 4.20pm
Leave Augusta - -? ?'iYLam
Arrive at Charleston - - 4.20 pm
ColumbiajNight Express (Sundays excepted)
Leave Charleston - - 7.10 p?i
Arrived at Columbia - - **Q-9-P
Leave Columbia - - 7.15 pm
Arrive at! Charleston - - 0.45 a aii
Augusta Night Expre?s (Sunday excepted)
Leave Charleston - - 8 30 p m
Arrive at Augusta - - 7.50 a m
Leave Augusta . - , - 0.00 p m
Arrive at/Charleston - ' - 5.40 am
: SUMMERVlijliE TRAIN.
Leave Smnmerville at ; ; 7.25 a m
Arrive at Charleston ; ; 8.40 a m
Leave Charleston' ; ; 3.10 pm
Arrive at Summcrville ; ; 4.30 pm
' jj CAM DEN TRAIN.
Leave Camden ; ; 6.50 a m
Arrive at Columbia ; ; 11.50am
Leave Columbia ; ; 1.50 p m
Arrive at Camden ; ; 6.35 p m
Day and Night Trains make close connec
tion at Augusta, with Georgia Railroad.
Night Trains, only, make close connection
with Macon and Augusta Railroad. This is
also the quickest and most direct route, and
as comtortablc and cheap as any other route
to Montgomery, Sclma, Mobile, New Orleans
and other points Southwest, nnd to Louisville
Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Leuis, and all other
points West nnd 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 Train's connect* at Kingvillc daily
(except Sundays) with Day Passenger Train
and runs through to Columbia on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
8. B. PICKENS, G. T. A.
' x '_, ... ? -_
Cotton Gins &c.
THE "COTTON BLOOM"
made by the Sanborn Machine Co., and sold
the past two seasons as the Magnolia Cotton
Gin'; it is the lightest miming and cleans
the seed better than any others.
HALL'S COTTON GINS,
with feeders attached, save the labor of one
hand in feeding the Gin.
HAND COTTON GINS,
with 16.Sav.8 each. Also
WRIGHT'S HORSE POWERS
oui^ottlipjjjrongest, best and pimplest in use
5 ' and
GULLETT'S Hand Lever COTTON
Send for Circulars.
52 EAST BAY STREET,
\ South of tho Post Office.
CHARLESTON, S- C.
Julv 23 1874 3t
GO TO TEXAS
via 1 he
LONE STAR ROUTE!
International ? Great Northern R.R.
Passengers going to Texas via Memphis
and Little Rock, or via Shrcveport, strike
this Hue at Long view, the Best Route to
Palestine. Hcnrne, Waco, Austin, Hunts*
ville, Houston, Galyeston nnd all points in
Western, Central, Eastern and and Southern
Passengers via New Orleans will .ind it
the Best Route to Tyler, Mineola, Dallas,
Overtoil, Crockett, Longview and all points
in Eastern and Northeastern Texas.
This line is well built, thoroughly equip
ped with ovnry modern improvement, inclu
ding Ne w nnd Elegant Day Coaches,Pullnian
Palace Sleeping Cars, Westiughouso Air
Brakes, Miller's Patent Snfty Platforms and
Couplers; and nowhere else can the prssenger
so completely depend on a speedy safe and
Tho Long Star Route has admirably an
swered the query: 'How to to go to Texas?"
by the publication of an' interesting and
truthful doenment,containing a valuable and
correct map, which can bo obtained, frco of
charge, by addressing tho General Ticket
Agent, International and Great Northern
Railroad, Houston, Texas' District E.j
Feb. 12 1874 . ly
A Southern House.
GBO S HACK.ICR'S
DOORS, S A SH and
King, Opposite Cannon Street,
Charleston, S. .C.
The only house of the kind in thisCitv own
and managed by a Carolinian.
A Largo Stock always on hand, and
sold at 20 per cent, less than Northorn
Greo. S. Hacker
P.O. BOX 170. Oct. 30-1 y
THf3 TAiflj?H GIN?.
Pride reduced aiid vastly iiiiprored in quality.
Having the exclusive afrenry for the! counties of OltANGEflUftG ahd" BARnWELIV
inn mu, wiu vAUunnci p^vii?^ ?w? Ilia? ?_ _^-?-- * -?j
am prepared 4o furnish the celebrated HA YLjOR GIN at very, much reduced
ices. Thees Girts are now used by a great nlttny planters, arttfng whom are:
Dr. W. W. Wannamakci,
Mr. Jacob Cooner,
Mr. J. W. Smith,
Mr.N.E. W. Sistrunk,
Messrs. Kolin & Argo,
Mr. Joiob Kcitt,
Major A. J. Hydrids,
Mr James H. Fowle*/
Mr. Hi J. Hydrick,
Mr. Keating Norria.
A sample Gin may be seen at thd store of Messrs/ Bull, Scovill & Tike, whfi whoToS
orders may be left, or at the store of _ tlt^Lr
JOHN A- HAfiflfcWK.
June 10,1874-J8-4ffL. Orangeburg, South Ctfrwrfta.
FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS
T. EOSN & BROER
WILL CLOSE OTJT THEIR
Entire Stock of
"Witliont Regard ix?
Being Determined to Sell f?tf the
arrival of Fall goods.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER*
Apr. 0, 1874 NEW STORE
C. D. KORTJOHN
HAS A FULL SUPPLY OF
TOBACCO & SEGARS.
C. ?. KORTJOHJV.
Nov20, c31 ly
BACON and FLOUR
a a * V ^ f * S
5 1 I '. * ^ S g 8
? ? rj <& o M
goo ? 2 8 g
T. B. BO YD
HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF THE BEST
BOOTS SHOES, GROCERIES &C,
Which he will sell low down
ALSO THE LARGEST STOCK OF
SEGARS ANT) TOBACCO
Ever offered in this market. No humbug, Call and convince yourself.
T. B, BOYD'g
Nov. 31, 1873?ly
F. H. W BRIGGMANN
Has just received a fresh supply of GROCERIES fcuch as
bacon, n coffee,
lard, ? tea S?
butter, ? sugar, g
cheese, m oysters, u
crackers, sardines, |5
CONSTANTLY keeps ON HAND, jDry.??bd?, Clothing, Shoop.
Hats Caps &C? &C-, ?t price to suit tho times. ? rTT'
HAS just received A new lot of
And Several kinds oi FERTILIZERS which can ho bought low.dpw^
A^r-. 1?.1873 F- H. BlUGO.WAlV