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ORANGEBURG, S. C AUGUST 20,1874.
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If?* Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized
to ,'ollcct and receipt for advertisements and
tub .criptions to the Timo*.
Mayor?Jqab W. Moseley. ?
Cleric and Tiens?Kirk Robinson.
Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P.
Harloy, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe.
Orangobnrg Mail Arrangement.
Norther.., Western and Cloaca.
Charleston. ^. 11 A.M.
Colombia. 1 P. M.
Office hours from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sun
W. E. WILLIAMS, P. M.
Liibt or New Advertisements?
Ornngeburg High School.
St. Mathews Academy.
J.S.Hey ward?Notico. -
W. S. Barton?Notice.
Mr. Meroney'8 new store on Russell
street is nearly completed.
The Swamp Angels promise a dif
ferent game from the last, when called
"We call attention to the notico of
Wm.B. Barton, to be found in another
Mr. J. S. Alhergotti has recovered
from his late indisposition, and is again
There is a scarcity of corn at pres
ent in tho market, but good crops are
in the fields. . .
Solicitor Buttz is on a warm trail
of certain misdeeds in Count}' paper.
Cheer him on;
There will bo a protracted meeting
at the Baptist church begining on Sat
We regret to learn of the protracted
illness of Captain Mortimer Glover at
the residence of his fat her.
We learn that, a school will be open
ed here 1 y the Rev. G. A. Eough,thc
pastor of the Luthc-an church.
Our friend Fischer at the corner, is
doing a lively business, ho spares no
pains iu pleasing his customers.
A market for fresh meats and vege
tables is badly wanted; Will not some
enterprising person sec about the matter
The delegates of the Tax Union will
m et oil the 5th, and tho County Tax
Uuioii on the 7th of September next.
Mn. Kirk Robinson is ready to
receive subscriptions and attend to the
business of the Times ut his book store.
Mr. W. Sistrunk brought in a very
fine lot offish on Saturday last; among
them several trout weighing eight and
His excellency Governor Moses will
be re-indicted after his term of office;
Then the $6000 job will be fully ven
tilated. Poor Moses;
The patrons of Mr. Mellichamp's
school will take notice that the exer- j
cises commence on the first day of
September, instead of the first Monday.
See constitution of Tax Union in
our issue of to-day. Is'ut it sulphur,
and brimstone, nitre and glycerine?
None but "the wicked flee when no
man pursucth." Read and join every
one who says he is free.
TnE stranger who got drunk on
sour, tried to sleep it off in a horse
rack, and finally took lodging at the
guard house. He thinks our restau
rants require a chemist to examine the
quality of soup dispensed. .
That twenty foot crossing at tho
railroad on Russell street ifnot widened
will cost the South Carolina Railroad
a big lawsuit, and that will hardly pay
for the consequences of a smash up of
some vehicle precipitated in thegulley.
of the Charleston "Sun" is the same
who lately wrote for the Times over
the nom dc plume of Snotlgrass from
Charleston. The gentleman has re
turned to Charleston after a short
Mr. Ezekiel is out again in a large
advertisement, and is in at his new
stcro on Market street. His clock
stands still over the door where ho
lately held forth, but he has moved on,
and the elock must do the same, as
well as the crowd who will be repaid for
their so doing. Success to tho worthy;
An important feature of ?rangeburg
farming is decreasing every year. "We
refer to the growing of rice. Every
farmer is intent upon cotton, and pro
visions to sell are merely nominal. The
result is a largs sale, and outlay for
advances of all that is made.
The annual sale of whiskey iu ?r
angeburg county is estimated at $45.
000. Of tobacco at $60.000, and of
segars $5000. The voluntary contri
butions in aid of Missionary societies,
Bible cause, and Sunday schools will
hardly reach 8500. So says one*who
ought to know.
The trains on the South Carolina
Railroad are draped with crape in
memory of Captain Butler agent at
Augusta who was brutally and without
provocation shot by a mulatto named
Murrell. Immediately as it became
known that Captain Butler had died, i
about four hundred of the citizens of
Augusta went to the jail, took Murrell 1
out, tried him, and shot him to death.
An old gentleman who live in the
neighberhood where electioneering has
been going on for the past two weeks,
says that almost every night a cow or
sheep has been offered up to the God
dess of Liberty. The old gentleman
is reconciled to the amnesty proclama
tion, but he thinks radical hustings
are a big hurrah to cover up sheep
Query: Do the nominees eat the
meat, or pull the wool?
Notice?The exercises of Orange
burg: Academy will bo resumed on
Tuesday tho first day of September
next, in the Fair Building, 81 P.M.
Pupils will please attend promptly.
JAMES S. HEY WARD.
20 " Principal.
Among and chiefest of the educa
tional advantages of Mr. Hoy ward's
Academy is that of scholarships to
Northers colleges of unquestioned
standing, to bo awarded ns prizes to his
papiis. Tho most proficient earning
the proud position of entering upon n
collegiate course at a very nominal ex
pense. The scholar so endorsed by Mr
Heyward will have his expense de
frayed to New York or Boston, from
either of these places to the collcgo
selected, the expense of travel will fall
upon the pupil. Arriving at his point
of destination, his full courso is allowed
free and board provided aud tho cost
of clothing will be the only expense.
Mr.H expects to obtain scholarship for
his girls also; With such strenuous ex
ertions to place the Ornngeburg Acad
emy iu a most desirable attitude, the
principal cannot fail to ensure success
which we earnestly wish him.
Is Common Pleas.
J. A. KELLER, vs T. K. SA&PORTAa and
M. j. SASPORTAS.
By virtue of the judgement of foreclosure
herein, I will sell, at Ornngeburg Court house
on the first Monday in September next, du
ring toe legal hours of sale, at auction for
1. Plantation of 220 acres, more or lcss,on
both sides of liinnakers Bridge Road, boun
ded by Innds now or lately of W. 8 Dudley,
Lewis Wissenhunt, J. Riley, and Estate of
S. Beach; being* tract conveyed to T. K.
Snsportas by Dr. E. J. Oliveros.
2 Tract of 123 acres, moro or less, on little
Pen Branch, bounded by lands now or lately
J I) Fairy, J W H Dukes, Andrew Berry
and Mrs. Celia Melts' Dower.
3 Tract of 227 acres, more or les, bounded
by lands now or lately of Andrew Berry,
James Rhoodf, O II Ott and-Edward?
the two last described tracts being the lands
conveyed toTK Sasportas by Mrs Celia
McttH, Executrix of the will of J D Metis,
In Common Pleas.
J A KELLER, vs T K SASPORTAS, B.
LiXXYD and "V D BOWMAN.
By virtue of the Judgment of foreclosure
herein, 1 willscll.at Orangeburg Court house
on the first Monday in September next, at
auction, for cash, during the legal hours of
1 Plantation of 410 acres, more or less,
bounded by lands now or lately of Oliver
Partium, Andrew Inabinet, II Waunamakcr
I S K Legarc, and Estate of Peter Hook;
being premises formerly of the Estate of S.
2. Lot and Dwelling in the Town of Or
angeburg, on West b'uIc of Market street
fronting on raid street, 42 feet and 8 inches,
and running back 271 feet to lands formerly
of James Hader, deceased, and hounded by
lot of Independent Elliott Hook & Ladder
Company anJ of j S Bowman]
Purchaser to pay for papers nnd recording
Sheriff Office, Y E.I.CAIN,
Ornngeburg C. If., S. C. \ S. O. C.
August 15th, 1874. J
Orcmgcbujg High School
The exercises of this School will be re
sumed on Tuesday September 1st 1874, in the
Buscmcnt of Dukes Hotel.
STILES R. MELLICHAMP.
SURVEYING will be done by the Prim
cipal in the afternoons in the town, and on
Saturdays anywhere in the County.
Aug. 20 . 2t
M ARKET RE PORTS
Office of the Oranqeburo Times.
Ordinary, - - - - 11* ? 12
* 12f ? "
Good Ordinary, - - * 12J ? 13
Low Middling, - - - 13 ?
Bacon Hams : : lb 12J ? 18
" Sides : : " 13* ?
Lard : : . " 18 ?
Corn : : : : bus 100 ?
Bough Rico : : : 180 ?
Peas : : : " 100 ?
Oata : Beed : " 1 00 ?
Flour : : : cwt 4 75 ?660
Fodder : : : . " 1 60 ?
Butter : : : lb . 30 ? 60
Eggs : : : dor 15c @
Turkeys : : pr 1 00 ? 150
Geese : : : " 1 00 ? 1 25
Fowls, : : per doz. 4.50 per doz.
Bees Wax : : ID 22 ?
Beef : : : " 10 ? 12
Tallow .: . : " . 8 @ 10
Pinders : per bushel 1 50 ?
The subscriber having heard that certain
parties have constructed, and arc using his
"Fly Brush Machine," hereby notifies all
such parties, that they are infringing upon j
his patent, and unless they cease to use them
or pay him a Royalty on them, be will be
forced in defence of his interest, to institute
legal proceedings against thsm.
Wm. S. BARTON.
JJR. E. J- OL1VEROS
Again desires to return Iiis Grateful Thanks
to the public for the magnanimous and lib
eral Supportgiven him. By assiduous efforts
and faithful performances of the Responsible
duties devolving upon him as dispenser of
Medicines, he hopes ever to maintain thier
confidence and patronage. nl2-tf
The Grange Store
OPEN FOR THE TRANSACTION OF
BUSINESS. In it be will found a supply of
Bagging, Ties &c.
At the the lowest Cash Prices, also prepared
to pay the Highest CASH Prices for
RICE, CORN, PEAS, CHICKENS,
EGGS, WOOL, WAX, RAGS
and all other country Produce.
PATRONS enn receive all information in
respect of purchasing supplies through the
Grange, with the prices ?Sic. For further
information call at tho
The Grange Store,
Opposite where Whittemorc'a Soap Factory ^
used to he.
Aug. 20-tf AGENT
One Tract of Land one mile below Branch
ville, on the South Carolina Railroad, con
taining five hundred acres more or less.
One tract five miles above Branch ville on
the Columbia branch of the South Carolina
Railroad, containing four hundred acres,
One tract containing about six hundred
acres in BarnwcU county, on Edisto River,
three miles from Branchville. The above
lands are oak and hickory and are No. 1 for
cotton or provision.
I will sell several lots in the village of
Rranchvillu well improved. All or any part
of tho above property I will sell on the most
liberal terms. Apply to the subscriher at
Branchville. J. D. D. FA I RE Y.
July 23-3m *
ST. MATHEWS ACADEMY
The first term of this School will l>cgm on
the First Monday iuSepteinher, 1874, under
the supervision of Mr. Hugo G. Sheridan.
Instruction will be thorough, and boys pre
pared for any oloss in College.
TUITION TER MONTH.
First grade, or beginners.$2.00
Second " or Graramer scholars 82.50
Third " or Advanced scholars $3.00
Latiu and Greek 50 cent* extra, each.
Board can be had in excellent families near
the Academy and also witnin easy walking
distance of the Lutheran and the Methodist
churches at the following ratei;
Per school week.$1.50
Per school month from $10.00 to 12.00
DR. J G.WANNAMAKER & GO.,
Respectfully call the public's attention to
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE,
on Russell Street, next door to MeMoster's
Brick Building, where can he found a well
selected stock of Medicines, Faints, Oils,
Soaps and Fancy Toilel Articles. A kind
and generous patronage is earnestly solicited.
Du.J. G. WANN A MAKER AGO.
GI.OVER & OLOVLiR,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OfRco opposito Court House Square.
Orangoburg, S. O
T. W. Glover, Mortimer Gi.ovkr,
Feb. 1? tf
S>I*. ?. B. LEGARE,
Graduate Baltimore College ol Dental
OFFICE OVER STORE JA. HAM ICTON
July 0 1874 tf
W. JT. JDeTreville,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office at Court House Square,
Orangeburg, S. C.
racb 13. lyg
red rust proof oats
Just received bv .
J. A. HAMILTON,
attorneys at law,
Orangoburg, S. C.
Jas. F. Izlar. S. Dibble.
TUE undersigned takes pleasure in an
nouncing to bis many friends and patrons,
that he bos permanently located at Orange
burg, C.JL, 8. C, where he will devote bis
entire time, from every Monday till Saturday
PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
in all its Departments. Perfect satisfaction
guaranteed in all operations entrustedto his
care. (Jhargcs very moderate.
Office at Dr Fersner"? old stand over*Will
A. M. SNIDER, D. S.
Bjoks, M title, Stationery, and Fancy
ORANGEBURG, C. H., S. C.
June 11, 1874 tf
MOSES M. BltOWN,
MARKET STREET, UltANuEBUllU, S. C.
(next booh to Straus*Street's mill.)
HAVING permanently located in the town
would respectfully solicit the patronage
of the eitizens* Every effort will be used to
June 18. 1873 18 ly
Home. Shuttle Machine
Combines every patent of the Singer and
Wheeler <& W-ilson, with perfect simplicity
and heautv of stitch. Sixty riming in Orange
burg. ' ' J
PRIOE $25 00 AND $37 00,
Only think of it
THE WEED FAMILY FAVORITE
On account of its 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 Salti by ?
JOHN A. HAMITON
Agent for Sewing Machines
go to texas
LONE STAK 110UTE!
International & Ghrat Northern R.R.
Passengers going to Texas via Memphis
and Little Rock, or via Shreveport, strike
this line at Longview, the Rest Route to
Palestine. Hearne, Waco, Austin, Hunts
ville, Houston, Galveslon and all points in
\Vcstern, Central, Eastern and and Southern
Passengers via New Orleans will ind" it
the Ilefjt Route to Tyler, Mineola, Dallas,
Overton, Crockett, Longview and all points
i in Eastern and Northeastern Texas.
This Hue is well built, thoroughly equip
I ped with every modern improvement, inclu
ding New and Elegant Dav CoacheB,Pullman
Palace Sleeping Cars, Westinghouse Air
Brakes, Miller's Patent Safty Platforms and
Couplers; ami nowhere else can the prssenger
so completely depend on a speedy safe and
The Long Star Route has admirably an
swered the query: '"How to to go to Texas?"
by the publication of an interesting* and
truthful docuinent,contaiuinga 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 1H74 ly
A Southern House.
CHBO S HACKER'S
DOOl iS, 8 A 8H and
King, Opposite Cannon Street,
Charleston, S. C.
he only house of the kind in this City own
nd managed by a Carolinian.
A Large Stock always on hand, and
sold at 20 per cent, less than Northern
<*eo. S. Hacker
. Charleston, S- C
P. O. BOX 170. Oct. 30? ly
Fvice reduced, a?d vastiy improved in quality;
Having the exclusive agency for the counties of ?BAlsGEBUBG a'n^BAJKN^ELL'.
I am prepared to furnish the celebrated TAYLOR GOi" *t very much reduced
price:!. Thee* Gins are now used by a great many planters; among whom are?
Dr. \V. W. "Wannamaker,
Mr. Jacob Cooner,
Mr. J. W. Smith,
Mr. N. E. W. Sistrunk,
Messrs. Kolin & Argo,
Major A. J. Hydride;
Mr. James H. Fowies'/
Mr. H. J. Hydrick,
Mr. Keating Norris;
A sample Gin may be seen at the store of Messrs. Bull, Scovill & Pike, with whom"
orders may be left, or at the store of
JOHN A. HAMILTppr,
June 10,1874-J8-4m. Orangeburg, South Carolina.
FOR* THE NEXT 30 DAYS
T. KOHN & BROER
WILL CLOSE OUT THEIR
Entire Stock of
. SUMMER GOODS
"Without Regard ?0
Being Determined to Sell for the
arrival of F?ll goods.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER.
Apr. 0, 1874 NEW STORE
C. D. KORTJOHN
HAS A FULL. SUPPLY OF
TOBACCO & SEGARS.
C. D. KORTJOHN.
Nov 20, c31 ly
BACON and FLOTTR
?ss 4* ff 8
0 3 S ? ? a
a ? os a, ST S i
go? ^ bft 2 2 a
T. B. BOTD
HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF THE BEST
BOOTS SHOES, GROCERIES &C,
Which lie will sell low down
ALSO THE LARGEST STOCK
SEGABS AND TOBACCO
Ever offered in this market. No humbug, Call and convince yourself.
T. B? BOYD'S
Nov. 31, 1873?ly
??MM??.II 1? ??aHWM?MB.?IUI.?! Ill ?M?IIIIHIBII ??????
F. H. W BRIGGMANN
Has just received a fresh supply of GROCERIES such as
BACON, 0 COFFEE, g
LARD, g TEA |
BUTTER, g SUGAR, W
CHEESE, m OYSTERS, u
CRACKERS, |j? SARDINES, jjS
CONSTANTLY keeps ON HAND, DryGpods, Clothing. Shoes,
Hats Gaps &C? &C-, ?t price to suit the times.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A MEW LOT OF
N ORTHERN HAY,
Aud Several kinds of FERTILIZERS which can bo bought low down
Apr. 10,1873 ^ F, jf, W. BKI<jGA|^N>