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ORANGEBURG, S. C SEPT. 17, 1874
Mr.. Kirk Robinson is authorized
to ?Uect and receipt for advertisements and
cuh.eription3 to the Times.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One Copy for one year, - - - $2.001
" ?? ? Six Months, - - . 1.00
Our friends wishing to have advert toementa
Inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in
by Monday morning, 10 o'clock.
Mayor-r Joab W. Moseley.
Cleric and Tieaa?Kirk Robinson.
Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. P.
Harley, B. Williamson, T. D. Wolfe.
Mr. T. B. Boyd has gone North to
supply his store.
The Baptists and Lutherans will^be
interested in the communication in an
other column signed "A. B."
Mr. Ezekiel has just received a large
supply of cooper ware, cutlery Ac.
Enquire at the Grange store.
The railroad bridge on Russell street
is a substantial and safe crossing now.
Instead of being twenty feet, it is now
forty and a fraction. We are satisfied
now and much obliged.
We understand that a tax has heen
levied for the erection of a Court house,
and that other steps have been taken
in the matter. We are glad to hear
of it, as every new building is an im
provement to the town.
Which club is really entitled to the
championship for the 8eason,theOrange |
or the Swamp Angela ? We ander
Btaud that only four games were actu
ally played, each club winning two
apiece. What is the ruling?
The rush at the depot looks like
business; four car loads of freights
were received on Thusrday last, and
the drays did a lively hauling. Cotton
is coming in, but so far business is re
markably backward and dull.
? ? -
Mr, Augustus Fischer is making
considerable improvements on Ids store.
He is, very rightly, not only looking
j ciitcr the outside, but the inside too,
by increasing his accommodations fur
goods. This looks like business.
Wk hope the Committee appointed
to examine the county books will look
thoroughly into the settlements of tho
.< afferent Treasurers with the Auditor.
This is the way to get at the truth.
Partial statements in papers won't
<t ? ??
Read the advertisement of F. H. W.
Briggraaun, that staunch eld merchant
of our town, whose ripe experience in
mercantile matters, and fidelity to his
patrons, entitles him to the confidence
of the people. We guarantee satisfac
tion to all who patronize him. Call
and examine his stock.
A communication has been handed
us proposing Gen. John A. Wagener
for Governor, which together with an
important one from England,has been
crowded out of this issue. General
Wagener is a good man and would bo
acceptable, not only to the Germans,
but to the whole Conservative element.
Three cheers for McMichael and
Biomo I Anticipating our necessities,
they havo presented us with a very
acceptable lot of cigars and so forth.
The segars we will "puff' right away,
and the so forth we will keep as long
y as circumstances wilL admit. Their
liquors are of the best quality and
Dr. Dukes advertises in another
column a flue assortment of medicines
fancy articles, candies, paints <fcc, to
which we would invite public atten
tion. We would advise all v/ho are in
want of any of tho articles mentioned
in the doctors card to call at his store,
where we know they can make a good
The Ed is to Social Rifle Club com
pleted its organization fully on Tuesday
evening, by the election of three more
officers required by the constitution.
The full list of officers now stands as
President, Capt. James F. Izlar,
1st Vice President, W. B. Izlar,
2nd " " ' J. S. Hoy ward
3rd " W. H. Perryclear
4th " " J. G. Voae,
^. Armorer, P. G. Cannon.
w ' Treasurer, G. W. Brunson.
The quiet of Friday last was dis
turbed by tho squealing of a hogfwbich
presuming on old rights defied tlte
> power of Council, and ventured toruu
around loose and natural. His career
was cut short by a watchful .official,
who laid hold of a hindYoot, and cal
lous to the wail of the "last minstrel,"
dragged him off to the lock up.
An itinerant tinner happene4 upon
our quiet town with his solder and
! brass, and did a thriving trade against
the peace and dignity of the ordinance,
created especially for peddlers. Finally
he was brought up and informed that
he owed the town three dollars, which
he promised * to pay, but forgot and
left hy the next train.
As we see no denial, *from Mr Boli
ver, of the statement in the -"Free
Citizen," that ho is willing to give hb
services to the committee appointed to
examine the county books, provided
they allow him one third of the value
of the frauds detected, we presume it
is true. This looks like a practical
' admission from a trustworthy Republi
can source, of Republican corruption
In our midst. Otherwise, why this
We notice iu the lost issue of the
"Free Citizen" a lengthly article on
"Foreign Immigration" by G. A. Ne??
ft er, a member of the Orange township
Tax Union. He states that while Capt.
Melchers requires 810,00(3 for the Im
migration work, he will undertake it
for S2500. Now this is certainly a
wide difference bdtween the two pro
posals, if they both cover the same
work.* The question therefore, that
the people will want light upon is this:
Does Captain Melchers propose to do
no more with $10,000 than Mr Neuffer
does with $2500? We would like to
hear what Captain Melchers has to say.
In order to judge correctly of the mer
its of the ease, the estimates should be
very plain and definite.
We take pleasure in drawing the
attention of the public to the new ad
vertisement of T. Kohn and Brother.
Theso gentlemen deserve much credit
for their enterprise and business thrift.
They not only have the handsomest
store in Orangeburg, but they have
just filled it with a large and splendid
stock of goods from the North for tho
fall trade. We would call more special
attention to their dress goods, gent's
clothing, furnishing department, and.
musical merchandise. Their diamond
shirts are superb, but the musical in
struments in charge of Mr. H. Kohn
will bo the subject of enquiry. Whether
it is the thought of tho music or not,
whenever we th ink of the many good
things with which Mr. Kohn has en
riched bur Burg,our poetic nature over
Iflows, and we are constrained, to urge
All who wish their wives to please,
And good things hope to own,
Tp save their cash, collect their fees
And buy from Henry Kohn.
The South Carolina Monument
A meeting of the members of the above
Association of Orangeburg County will be
held at 11 o'clock a. m.,on Saturday the 26th
of September, to devise means for raising
further funds lor thocompletion af the Mon
ument. MRS. T K. LEU A It li,
Mns-J .Glover, County'Treat, and Sect
The place of meeting will be published
de. -ATc dukes,
Orangeburg C. H., 8. C.
DRUGS, MEDICINES CHEMICALS, '
Fine Toilet Soaps, Fancy Hair and Tooth
Brushes, Perfumery and Fancy Toilet
Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and
Dye Stuns, Letter-paper Pens, ink,
Candies, Tobacco and Segars.
THE undersigned takes pleasure in an
nouncing to his many friends and patronsj
that he has permanently located at Orange
burg, C, H.,S. C, where he will devote his
entire time, from every Monday till Saturday
noon to the
PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
in alb its Depatlments. Perfect satisfaction
guaranteed in all operations entruatedto his
care. Charges very moderate.
Office' at Dr Fersner's old stand over Will
A. M. SNIDER, D. 8.
. THE GREAT SOUTHERN
DR Y GOODS MO?SE,
FUROHGOTT BENEDICT * 00.
275 King Street, Charleston, S. C,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
MATTINGS, . RUGS, Etc.,
This Side of New York.
For prices, mo local scp. 3-m
Office of tiie Oramoeburq Tiwes,
September 17, 1874.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, '.'I
Ordinary, - - - - 11J @ 12
Good Ordinary, - - 12* @ 13
Low Middling, - - - 13* ? 14
Hough Rice : : : 1 50 ?
Coin : : : : bus 100?
Cow Peas : : " 1 00 ?
Fodder t : : " 1 25 ?
Pindcrs : per bushel 1 50 ?
W. JT. SeTrevlIIe,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office at Court House Square,
Orangeburg, 8. C.
weh 18. _, ly*
W, K. CROOK
Having Opened a First Class
Would call the attention of the public to hia
well selected Stock of
Can Goods, Bacon, Flour,
Lard, Butter?, Molasses
Sugar, CofTae, Syrup,
Opposite Bull, Scouill & Pike.
297 King SjSftfloors above wentworth,
CHARLESTON, S- C
Has. 3 Broad Street and 109 East Bay Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
yet, bt vsino CHE AIT Jt grades of stock,
we cam rORMISU work at
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
f hie fashioh?blTstationery,
Pirles Paper and Envelopes.
Redding and <?att invitations
on the Aest .stock anp printed in the
O?TH CAROLINA RAILROAD
ClIARLSTON, S. C, Oct. 18,1873.
On and after Sunday, October 19, the Pas
senger Train- on the South Carolina Railroad
will run aa follows:
Leave Charleston ? - . 9.00 am
Arrive at Columbia - - 5.00 pm
Leave Charleston - - 9.00 a m
Arrive at Augusta ? - 5.00 p ns
Leave Columbia ? - 8.40 a m
Arrive at Charleston - - 4.20 p m
Leave Augusta ? - 8.20 a m
Arrive at Charleston .?' * 4.20 pm
Columbia Night Express (Rundays excepted)
Leave Charleston - - 7.10 p m
Arrived at Columbia - ? . 0.30 a m
Leave Columbia - - 7.15 p m*
Arrive at Charleston - ' ? 6. 46 a m
Augusta Night Express (Sunday excepted)
Leave Charleston ? ? 8.30 p m
Arrive at Augusta - - 7.50 a m
Leave Augusta - ? 6.00 pm
Arrive at Charleston - - 5.40 am
Leave Suromervillc at ; ; 7.25 a m
Arrive at Charleston ; ; 8.40 am
Leave Charleston ; ; 3.10 p m
Arrive at Summcrville ; ; 4.80 p m
cam ben TRAIN-.
Leave Camden ; ; * 6.50 a m
Arrive at Columbia ; 11.50 am
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 comtortable and cheap as any other route
to Montgomery, Kehna, Mobile. New Orleans
and other points Southwest, ana to Louisville
Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis, and all other
points West and Northwest.
Columbia Night Train connects closely
with tho 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 Kingvillo daily
(except Sundaysbvith Day Passenger Train
and runs through to Columbia on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
8. B. FICKENS, G. T. A.
?>tt. T. B. LEGARE,
Graduate Baltimore College of Dental
OFFICE OVEB STORE JA. HAMICTON
July 9 1874
5 ? ? s J
2 I 3 r- ?
IZLAH & DIBBLE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
t * , ?raugcburg, 8. C.
Jas. F. Izur. . S DIRnr
lach 6-lyr nibble.
MoMICHAEL & BLUM
Having lately Replenished their Stock of
DRf GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES and HATS,
Suitable for' the FALL TRADE, together with the best and
Cheapest Lot of Groceries
Ever offered to the Public before are now Selling them off'at very Reduced Prices.
Their STOCK of
TOBACCOS, LIQUORS, BRANDIES, AND SEGARS
Are unequaled in this Market. Come one come AIL and sco for yurselves ,
THE TAYLOR ?*IN?
Price x*educed and vastly improved in quality.
Having tqe exclusive agency for the counties of ORANGEBURG and BARNWELL
I am prepared to furnish ihe ceicbrniut! TAYLOR, GIN nt very ssuch reduced
prices. Theos Gins are no used by a great many planters, among', whom are;
Dr. W. W. Wannamaker,
Mr. Jacob Coon er,
Mr. J.W. Smith,
Mr. N. E. W. Sistrunk,
Messrs. Rolin & Argo,
Mr. Ja-.ob Keijt,
Major A. J. Hydrick,
Mr. James H. Fowlcs,
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- HAMILTON,
June 10, 1874-3 8-4m. 1 Orangeburg, South Carolma.
BACOISr and FLOUR
8 ? s ? > 4?. 3
? j 3 ? ? ? g w
S * s 9" 5- 8
ENTERPRISE CLUB ROOMS,
DEM ARS ?& WOLFE,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT OF LIQUORS AND SEGARS, AND
SIT lRcceiving every day the f
[Patronage of the 3?ublic,
WHO come in there to pass a plcasanthour, by playing a social game of Billiards on their
newly fitted tables. If you want anything
In the Liqu r Line
GO to the Enterprise Club Rooms, for you wifr find in it everything.
SEGARS of the following popular brands
IMPERIAL REGALIA, LONG TOM, GOLDEN EAGLE, LA ROSE,
PERCY 8EMPLE, LA NOMEA, SWRET HOME, HENRY CLAY
Jan. 1 1874. tf
In Returning my Thanks
TO "MY PATRONS for their Liberal Patronage in the past, I assure them
that I will spare no efforts to please them in the future
MY STOCK is Well ASSORTED
IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHINGr, SHOES, HATS, GROCERIES, WINES
LIQUORS, SEGARS &c.,
All of which I offer as low aa any House.
SATISFACTION GUARAN TEED
Please call and Satisfy yourself. No trouble to Show Goods.
Maj B F POU, M B SISTUNK, W D RISER and W W WOLFE are with mo, who
will be pleased to see their friends
Apr. 10,1873 F. H W- BRIG GM AN
IEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS and THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL
THAT HE IS NOW RECEIVING HIS
And that the same will be ready in a? few days for inspection. It comprises all the
novelties in all the different branches of
VJXY OOODS, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES
GLASS/WOOD and WILLOW-WARE,
nice Assortment ready made Clothing
THE same having been bought with an EYE to the Wants and Necessities of my
Customers under the present Hard Times, I am enabled to give every body Full av
tho Mneyand full Satisfaction, Inviting an early Inspection,
! . GEORGG II, COMELSC^'