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ORANGEB?RG; S.C- SEPf7_4, 1874/
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S&T Mr. Kiiik Robins#n is nutliorizcd
to .?ollcct and .receipt for advertisements and
?ub.crlptMisU ffe tom*.H
he Cbpy for one year,
Our friends wishing to have advertisements
Innerted in tho TIMES, must hand them it
by Mon&yj ffirri$^fepck: \^ 5t>^>
MayorjpTJab tfT$los?&. <Pf <&
Cleric SM TteasM-irf Robinson.
Aldermen?Henry Washington, J. ..P.:
llarley, B. Williamsoti/T. D. Wolfe. -!>
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Coi??' ?iit to tlie nleetirfg
on MoxicL\y,- October Gttil
.fo&r-t?f-koif will be given', at this 1
office that may lead to the recovery of I
a cream mul&Stblon from tluaiCcrunty
Ji 1 ji ? i n "> T?\ trT] ? a
W. K. Crook has. up a new and at
tractive.sign. See hia advertisement
in another column. Ho menus busi
Miov:)- gft- 1
The many friends' of Mrs. Sarah
Stone, widow of tho lato R. G/Stone
will be pained to loaru of her death,
which occurred on the 19th instant in
A hunt was interrupted one day last
week by the killing of two fine hounds
while they were following the chase.
The dogs were shot by some party who
waB not engaged in the hunt.
Kellooo luis been leicstated by
Grant as Governor of Louisiana; We
suppose he will keep his big brother's!
arms always around, or near him, to
prevent Iiis being (Penn>ed again.
Our sympathies are with Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Bl?ck, formerly of our
town, who have recently been afflicted
in tho loss of an infant child while
spending a time at Cherokee springs.
Mit. Carttuill 1ms on hand a very
fine and varied assortment of dry goods
boots, shoes, varieties &c, which he
sells at reasonable prices. We would
ndvn*e all who wish to buy to call on
Wk call Attention to the new adver
tisement of Vose & Izlar, whose store
bears a first class reputation in the
grocery line. '1 hey have a fine stock
of goods, and arc always ready to cxr
We are requested to state that the
Rev. John G. Williams, of'Barnwcll,
will be present to assist in a protracted
meeting in the Baptist Church at this
place, to/commence Monday evening
Sept. 28th, 1874.
It is said that "if Washington was
first, Hamilton must be second," but
we have tried Hamilton's cigars and
we pronounce them second to none in
the town. We have "pufled" them,
and therefore know.
edi8to Social Rifle Club meets on
the third Tuesday of every month, at
7} P., Mj| The uniform adopted by
this club, is to be gray, trimmed with
green, frock coat and caps. It ought
to make a very neat appearance, and
will cost about $7.50.
On Sunday morning last, a mnn was
found lying on the bridge on the -lev/
Street, near the depot, sick v/ith chill
and fever, and so reduced, that he was
unable to tnke care of himself. Ho
had come down on the 12 o'clock night
train, and remained in this condition
until some of our good citizens made
provision for him.
The Ladies of tue M., E., Church
South, in charge of the ice cream en
tertainment, lately held hero, beg leave
to return their thanks to the I. Y. A. P
E. Company for the use of their Hall.
Also to tho I., E., II., & L., Company
for the loun of chairs, and to the pub
lic generally, for tho liberal manner
in which they patronized their efforts.
We have received a communication
from Rev. S.T. Hallnian, iu answer
to "A. B," which is too late for this
issue, but will appear in our noxt.
Tho Lutherans and Baptists seem to be
having a lively timo in the lower part
of St. Mathows. Dip or sprinkle is
now tho all absorbing topic. Rev. Mr.
Hallnian promises to be at the meeting
at Santco on Sunday and gather mate
rial for a reply.
We call attention of ln.se bnllists to
the communication of Mr. J. S. Alber
gotti. Guy;litquiries were prompted,
by certain expressions of d??bt as to
tHST ?Tmmpionship, which wo heard
upon the streets, and ^ft^YVnfirFi
"spirit lpf favoritism, on oymtft W"
rdiily don't know to whlCaldlLU
difforent members belong. We onl^
wished as a matter; of pub^rfjjtt
that these doubts should bbHMi
which wo hope will bo-tjon? by J!
Albcrgotti's letter. jfljLlfl
J^a^John Danner has returned from
the MortK with ^-^L?11^ splcudid
steck of goods for MvOoriiclson's^ore.
Judging by the constant ana iieavy
>h$)Mfn> fjrj>ra jtjbpx^otjft^Q gentle
men must intend t.o .do.a, lively busi
ness. 'ThtP^torfrnte ? r'cft?tkimftb
clorks are a^wayayi^Mt^S^
tfiodatiug, and thoso who want to buy
willj find everting there that the heart
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I i"Oul of one hundred and eighty-two boyB
in the C^^jectidiij ^r^^hVoT,^^}^^
tntendent reports that one hundred and
'eighty jarp) Uara.: : TJie?propo$nl<rjowj:iB \\o,
educate the entire lot of 'em for the profes-"
biou of newspaper editors."
Tho man who got tip this squib
oughtto be put uiider a twentyi;/totr'
iron weight,and left to the tender mercy
of the "press." We wouldjue at him
anyhow; but we give hinvcredit f?r bet
ter sense, as ot course, ho must have
lip tho Charleston DailyV Biin does
not 3top its folly it will be regarded as
a Chamberlain organ. It is;doing.
gooid; work for the ring in Its opposition
to Green, and if it exorta much influ
ence, and continues its presont course,
it-wijl blast every hope of the C'onscr
tives. It is a sprightly well \viitten
paper, but it thinks badly.
If the Independent Republicans
nominato Green and the Conservative
Convention endorses him, there is a
fair prospect of defeating tho Ring,
aud its lenders , know it. They will
therefore find much comfort in the
course of the Sun, and look upon it as
more useful to their cause thou nnyof
their own organs. We have no doubt
tho Sun is sincere, and friendly to the.
Conservative cause, but it is doing
much harm by creating division in our
ranks at a time when we want the
The South Carolina Monument As
sociation, formed by the women of the
State for the purpose of orecting a
monument in memory of our dead.in
theCon federate war, has, ah object
\vljich is worthy of the earnest consid
eration, at least, of every one who
sympathized with our soldiers and
their cause. Oyt'M^?} 3jj'?<
Whatever views maybe held, in this
day of political agitation, as to the
merits of tho "Lo.?t Cause," no one
would takeaway from ourgdllantdea<
their grand epitaph, "They'dted fo
It is a subject which demands our
most earnest attention, for it is always
[the duty of the Irving to show respect
to tho dead, but,cspcially ro, when tho
causo which brought them to the grave
was ours as well as theirs.
Tiie cost of the monument which is
under the superintendence of the dis
tinguished architects, Muldoon & Co.,
of Kentucky, will bo 810,000, half of
which is already paid, and the balance
will only require tho small sum ef $200
irons each county.
Let Orangeburg county do her duty
to her fallen sons. Any subscriptions
left with Mrs. John Glover iu Orange
burg will be forwarded to the Board
of Directors in Columbia. The meet
ing of the Assciation will take placo
at Mr?. John Glovers, at 11 o'clock
on Satu rday September tho 2oth*
Futchgott, Benedict&Co., Chnrleston S. C.
offer to the public and dealers in general, an
immense and well selected scock of Dry
goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattings, &c, at
the lowest prices. Herewith they annex the
prices of a few articles?(Jaiicos, from 0 to
10c., Long Cloths, from 6 to 15c., Brown
Homespuns, extra heavy, from 7J to 10c,
Jeans, from 12c. upwards, Flannels, from 20
to 50c. Ladies', and Gent's Hose. Toe, $1. 15
$2. 00 per doz. and upwards. Suspenders,
$1. 40 per. and upwards, Lndies' mid Gents'
Pocket Handkerchief*, from tiOc, per doz,and,
upwards, Pluck and Colored Alpacas, 20c.
nnd upwards, Dress Goods, from 25a upward
Ladies' and Genta' Furnishing Goods,Fancy
Goods, Kibhons, Notsons, &c, from 15 to 25
per cent, cheaper than elsewhere. Samples
sent and orders promply filled. All Kctasl
orders from $10. 00 upwards, seal per Ex
press free of charge* A liberal discount to
W. J. DeTreville,
ATTORNEY A T L, A W.
Office at Court House Squnro,
Orangchurg, S. 6.
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K MARKET REPORTS
Oi'KlCK OF TJIKOllANOKUUlUi TlKKfj,
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Factors onico, No, !> Ceutral Wharf
GR^IN AND PRODUCE COMMISSION
_lj[OUSE, N6.103 ANSON STREET.'
CHARLESTON, S. C.
'**^ Ws?earriestly/ solicit Vtontfgnniett& of'
all kindsidf Country Produce. hnloi
Sepfc'24'f 1874 f-- 3nv
iNoTicK?The exercises of Obange
iujkg Acajjkmy will bo resumed on
Tuesday rthenlirstrdny. of September
next, in the Fair Building, P.M.
pupils will pleaso attend promptly.
J AMES S. HEY W ARD.
20 i. Principal.
t^^rSuiu,8! mbu .
| Rev.SAHCJ^.RvJo#ks,D. D., president.
;Fall session rrill open on the First Wednes
day in October. Standard 'of pcleolurship,
lihzh. Terms nioderate. For circular, address
the President at Columbia.
Sept. 3 ?t
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jtAUKKT STltiiKT, OltAXWEBUKG, S. C,
I CNKXT UOoil TO STIlAVSvt STREET'S MUX.)
1J AVING pcrpianenlly located in the town
jpl would respectfully solicit the patronage
of the citizens- Every effort will be used to
? June 18. 1873
207 King ?t, 3 doors above wcnlworth,
ClTAIir.KSTON- S. C
Nos. 3 Broad Street and 109 East Bay Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
YET, BY VBINO CHEAPEH GRADES OF STOCK,
WE CAN FUtNI.UI WOKK AT
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
Piries Paper and Envelopes.
Redding and (Ball invitations
ON THE BEST STOCK ANO PRINTED IN THE
GO TO TEXAS
lone star route!
INTERNATIONAL & GllBAT North i:km R.R.
Passengers going to Texas via Memphis
and Little Rock, or via Shrevcport, Htrike
this line at Longview, the IlcstRoute to
Palestine. Hearno. \Vaco, Austin, Hunts
ville, Houston, Galveston and all points in
Western, Central, Eastern and and Southern
Passengers via New Orleans will .hid it
the Rest Route to Tyler, Mineola, Dallas,
Overtoil, Crockett, Ixmgvicw and all points
in Eastern and Northeastern Texas.
This line is well built, thoroughly equip
ped with every modern improvement, inclu
ding Now and*Elegant Day Coaches,Pullman
Palace Sleeping Cars, WestinghotiHc Air
Rrakes, Miller's Patent Safty Platforms and
Couplers; and nowhere else tain the prsscnger
bo 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 document.containingn valuable and
correct map, which can he obtained, free of
charge, .*ly addressing the .General Ticket
Agent, International and Great Northern
Railroad, Houston, Texas- District E.l
Feb. 1'2 1874 ly
Graduate Baltimore College of Dental
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Orangeburg, 8. C.
McMICH ALL & BLTJ ME,
Having lately Replenished their Stock of
DRUf 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 arc now Selling them offat very Reduced Price*.
Their STOCK of
TOBACCOS, LIQUORS, BRANDIES, AND SEGAES
Arc uncqualcd in this Market;. Gome one conic ALL and see for yursblves ,
WE ARE RECEIVING and have now on hand a VERY FINE LOT OF
WHICH WE WILL SELL VERY LOW FOR
COUNTRY MERCHANTS WOULD DO WELL TO
GALL AND EXAMINE
'ALL PARTIES Indebted to us will please come forward and SETTLE UP
" Werner what we say. ^OSB & IM.AR,
THE TAYLOR GIN.
Price reduced and vastly improved in quality.
Having tue exclusive agency for the counties of ORANGEBURG and BARKWELL
I am prepared to furnish !he celebrated TAYLOR GIN at very much reduced
prices. Thces Gins are no used by a great many planters, among whom are:
?Dr. W. W. Wannamakei,
Mr. Jacob Cooner,
Mr. J. W. Smith,
Mr. N. K. W. Sistrnnk,
Messrs. Kol in & Argo,
Mr. Jacob Keilt,
Major A. J. Hydrick,
Mr. James H. Fowl es,
Mr. H. J. Hydrick,
Mr. Keating Norrie.
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-J8-4m. . Orangeburg, South Carolina.
ENTERPRISE CLUB ROOMS,
DEM ARS & WOLFE,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT OF LIQUORS AND SEGARS, AND
;SIT lRcceiving everyday the
^Patronage of* trie 3?u.blic,
WHO come in there to pass a pleasant hour, by playing a social game of Billiards on their
newly fitted tables. If you want anything
In the Liquor Line
GO to the Enterprise Club Rooms, for you will find in it everything.
SEO-AFtS ?f the following popular brands
IMPERIAL REGALIA, LONG TOM. GOLDEN EAGLE, LA ROSE,
PERCY SEMPLE, LA NOMEA, SWRET HOME, HENRY CLAY
Jan. 1 1874. tf
In Returning my Thanks
TO MY PATRON3 for their Liberal Patronage in the past, I assure them
that I will spare no efforts to please them in tho future
MY STOCK is Well ASSORTED
IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, GROCERIES, WINES
LIQUORS, SEGARS &c., &.,
All of which I offer as low as any House.
SATISFACTION GUARAN TEE TD
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 me, who
will be pleased to Bee their friends
Apr. 10,1873 jp. |j. BRIGGMAN
GEORGE H CORNELSON
BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS and THE PUBLIC IN GENERAI
THAT HE IS NOW RECEIVING HIS
And that tho aamc will be ready in a few days for inspection. It comprises all the latent
novelties in all the different branches of
DEY GOODS, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES
GX* ASS,WOOiD and Wiii.?W-?ARE5
A nice Assortment r eady made Clothing
THE same having been bonght with an EYE to tho Wants and Ncces'ilies of ray
Customers under the present Hard Times, I am enabled to give everybody Full av
the Mneynnd foil Satisfaction . Inviting nn early Inspection,
GEORGE Hi CORNEL,sON