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ORANGEBURG, S. C OCT.. 29, 1874.
B&* Mr. Kiruc R?binbon 'unauthorized
to .-ollcct and .receipt for advertisement*, and
sub criptions to tho 2Yme?.
Our friends wishing to have advertisements
inserted in tho TIMES, must hand them in
by.Mondny morning, 10 o'clock.
Court adjourned last week after the con
viction of Russell Wilson, who is to ha hung
Miu M. I. Browning requests us to state,
that he declines running for Probate Judge
in favor of C. B. Glover Esq.
The young mens Grand Fair Ball will
take.place next Wednesday evening,at the
Elliott Hall. Tickets can bo had for $1.00
each at T. Kohns and Vose and Izlara. Our
thanks for a complimentary.
Mr. Ezckicl advertises in this issue spec
tacles of a very superior quality, besides a
varied assortment of jewelry silverware &c
Sec his advertisement.
Cons krvatives now is your chance to
prove the sincerity of your professions by
supporting honest Republicans in preference
to dishonest ones. Don't complicate mattem
by putting out additional candidates at this
1 ate hour.
Wk again call attention to tho Orangeburg" j
Fair which takes place next -Reck. Read
the comwuwicftio". 'n another column fron?.!
-xl" on this subject, if you wish to form an
idea of the treat in store. This article is so
full that it docs not leave a word for us to
say in a local.
Read Kohn and Bros, new advertisement
They have an cxtiaustlcss stock of dry goods
boots, shoes ?See, of a most superior and fash
ionable style and will sell as reasonably as
any other store in town. Customers will be
courteously waited upon by their efficient
clerks, Messrs. Cummings, Periclcar, Bran
son and Bochet.
We understand that certain busy bodies
have been attributing unworthy motives to
us for using our discretion in rejecting or
accepting matter for publication. We want
it distinctly understood that truth is our bea
con light, and We shall follow wherever the'
leads, but ?rc must be excused for reserving
our right to distinguish between her steady
rays, and the wild flickcringsof a miserable
jack n lantern. If these valiant men wish
to arrive at the truth, there is a better way
than by, cateardly dirt throwing.
Since being permitted to examine the
Report of the (; rand Jury more carefully,we
notice alterations made in pencil which we
overlooked at first. As our synopsis is'accbr
dihg to the original, and the pencil altera
tions make a difference in meaning, we will
give them here, and leave ty to the public to
divide which'is the true version, the pencil
alterations or tho oiighlal writing of the
Change No. 1, J "They showing on their
face that they had been paid by n former
treasurer, lilid the dates eraced evidently by
t he person in whose possession then found."
Change No. 2, % ''Fraud was practiced in the
settlement, or afterwards by the School Com
The County Question.
The Conservatives having no ticket in the
field it is evidently their duty to decide be
tween the best of tho two Republican tickets
put forward. The question now resolves
i tself into this: If an honest Republican and
a dishonest one are candidates for office, shall
we quietly stand aside and let the dishonest
one beat, or step forward and lend a helping
hand to tho honest one? One or the other
is obliged to be elected. We don't think
there is any room for doubt in the mind of
any intelligent man.
The People's Republican Ticket is a vast
improvement on the Regular Ticket, and as
there is no Conservative ticket, and it is too
late as well as bad policy to complicate mat
tors now, wc think the best thing the Conser
vatives can do, is to vote for the most honest
Republicans nominated, and'thereby show
that they arc always ready to aid every laud
able effort to secure honesty without regard
to party or color. The Sheriffs election is
special and Cain will bo elected ?anyhow.
The following is tho People's Republican
ticket, which wc think decidedly better than
the Regular one:
Probate Judge?A. B. Knowlton,
School Commissioner?Thomas Phillips,
Representative.-;?S L Duncan, Ellis For
rest, J II Livingston, F W Williams and
County Commissioners?F \\ Fairy,Rufus
Folder and Jacob Dnpont.
Coroner-?J H Fordham.
In these days of progress, most enterpris
ing firms use every means of putting their
names before their customers. In no way
can this he more convenienly and attractive
ly done than by using Printed Letter Head
ings and Bill Heads. They have come into
such general use by Mcrchats, that one seems
oId fashioned who does not use them.. and
the custom should bo generally adopted by
the Country Merchants.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, Charleston S.C
furnish Letter and Bill (leads of all grades,
and at tho most reasonable prices. Send to
t hem for samples and prices.
By the way, Messrs. Walker, Evans and
Cogswell arc getting up and selling like hot
cakes, some excellent books for our Mer
chants. One, the Merchants' Cotton Book,
for keeping correct accounts of purchases
and shipments of Cotton; the other, the Mcr
chants' Bill Rook, for readily knowing how
the payments on their customers'notes and
acco unts stand. Jtoth books are exceedingly
comp lete, and answer the purposes exactly
OFFICE OF COMMISSIONERS OF ELEC
TION FOR ORANOEliURQ COUNTY.
Oranueduro, S. 0., October 24,1874,
At a' meeting1 of tho Commissioners of
Election, held as above, it was,
Resolved, That a Foiling Precinct be estab
lished at E Valentino Sneli's Store; on the
Five Notch Road, about eleven miles from
Orangeburg Court house, to bo called 'Snells'
And the following persons were nppointcd
Managers of Election, to'wit:
A*iBger,B?A P Avinger, Hercules Rieb?,
art!sou. .January McNeil.
Uookliart's?Har'man Rush," Wm Paul
ling, Abrain Mingo. .....
Brown's?Barnet Livingston,Frank Jam
i; on, J D Jones. ?
Bull Swarap-rJ E Knotts, R?fus Whet
stone, Joseph Rush.
Branchvillo?Dr O HOtf, Carolina Thorn
as, Heury Riley. ; . >
Corbcttsville?Dr G 1 Odora,' Robert
Washington, Alexander Brown.
Cedar ?rove?U U Jennings,Allen Brown
CInb House?DrTK Keller, A C Wil
liams, George Greene.
Easterlies?W A Eastcrlin, Emanuel
Pou, John Mitchell.
Elliott's?Peter M Honscr, D J Knight,
Caleb Guignard. ;
Fort Hott?Daniel Zimmerman, John G
Duncan, Joseph Stuart.
Fogle'i?John W Mack, Adam Fludd,
J M Brown. V i ?
Fonres' Chapel ?E J Frederick, Frank
Cam, Charles Corley.
folder's?David L Ccnnor, Henry Phil
lips, Cupid Glover.
Griffin's?J A Felder, Solomon Felder,
Gleaton's? Martin Livingston Garret
Bloom, Uufus Pou.
Jamison's?Dr A J Hergcr, Paul Govanj
Isaac Coal tor.
Lewisville?Dr W W Waniiamaker P M
, General, Phillip Smith.
I Orangcbnrfi?T W Albcigolti, Abrain
Martin, J M Thompson.
Howe's Pnsnp?Dr O N Bowman, James
Melvin, W C Rives.
SneU's-^Absaloiu M Snell, W B Logan,
Washington Seminary?Hugo G Sheri
dsy, Mil Hard Harton, Earl McCord.
Zeigler's?Tbos W Oliver, Peter Gladden
NOTICE is hereby given that ''Washing
ton Seminary" Poll is removed from the old
Seminary to Morgan T Shumakr's store.
And that Orangeburg poll will be open at
the Elliott Hook and Ladder Truck House,
on Market Street.
And that the Board of Commissioners of
Election will meet at the. Equity Room of
the Clerk's office, on Wednesday, November
4th, 1874, at ten o'clock A. M., to recievc the
boxes from Managers of Elections, and wi'.l
continue its Session, with such recesses ns
may be expedient, until the'boxes arc all
received, during the time prsfcribed by law.
Managern are requested to call at the Clerk's
offlee to qualify and receive poll lists, ballot
UOXi-s und copips (,t" Kl o<-( i? m lav.'.
SAMUEL DIBBLE, Chairman.
W, R. R. DUNCAN,
T. C. HUBHELL,
Commissioners of Election for
Orangeburg County, S. C.
And fflEOHAWIOAL ASSOCIATION
WILL ItEOIN ON
Tuesday Nov. 3rd? IS rni*
AND CONTINUE TILL
Friday Not- 6tli, 5 p. in
ADD.MlSSioN 50 cent* each day.
Children ander 12 yeacs half price.
Exhibitors Tickets whole lair $1.00.
TpUNAMENT 2nd day
JJASE BALL 3rd dav.
DISTRIBUTION OF PKMIUMS 4th day,
Annual Address, 3rd day by
MAJOR T. % WOODWARD,
President ol the State Agricultural Society.
Persons wishing to en tor Stock will
aid the Directors by applying to the
Secretary and selecting their stalls or
Arrangement) have been made with
the South Carolina Railroad, for tho
Transportation of articles and Animals
for Exhibition for one charge of freight
Visitors will get Excurtiong Tickets
for tho week.
Full Brnss Band in attendance.
For further particulars, sec Pam
phlct, which can be obtained of
KIRK ROBINS ON.
Secretary and Treasurer,
Or cither of the Directors,
Dr. W. F. BARTON.
L. R. BECK WITH,
Capt. F. H. W. BRIGG MAN,
J. G. WANNAMAKER,
M. J. KELLER,
O. B. RILEY.
An address on Agricultural Chcmis
try will be delivered on Friday Novcm
her 6th at i0 o'clock, by Dr. W. D.
Winner of Charleston.
Office of tiik On akokmju'? Tiki.-,
October '29, 1874..
Ordinary, - -
Good Ordinary, - - 12 ? 12*
Low Middling, - - -? 13 ? 13}
Hough Rice . : : i 1 26 ?
Corn : : : : bus 00?
Cow Peas : . : " 1 00 @
Fodder : ; : " I 25 ?
Pinders : per' bushel 1 50 ?
CHARLES It. GLOVER Esq., is nomina
ted for the Office of Probate Judgo for Or
angeburg County at the coming election.
Fnrchgott, Benedict & Co., Chnrlcaton.S C.
are offering one of the largest stocks of Dry
Goods, aim Carpets in tlio United States.
' Parties in want of the samCj will save from
25 io 30 per cent, by ordering from iheni.
They are prepared to send samples on appli
cation. All retail orders over $10 will be
sent free of charge to any part of the South
ern States. Remit by P.O. Order, Express,
or Draft drawn to order, or Goods will be
sent C. O. D.
JJR Er J- OL1VEROS
Again desires to return his Grateful Thanks
to the public for the magnanimous and lib
eral Support given him. By assiduous cfibrts
and faithful performances of the Responsible
duties devolving upon him as dispenser of
Medicines, he hopes ever to.maintain thier
GLOVER & GLOVER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
.'St;'- '? ? '
...Office opposite Court House Square.
Orangobui-g, S- C
w ' ? ? ' ? ? ????.. y .
T. W. Glover, Bfofttihf&C Glover,
_Feh. 10 J __ _tf_
DRA. C. DUKES,
Orangeburg C. H , S. C.
DRUGS, MEDICINES CHEMICALS,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Fancy Hair and Tooth
Brushes^ Perfumery and Fancy Toilet
Articles, Paints, Oils, \ arnishes, and
? ? Dye'Stuffs, Letter-paper Pens, Ink,
Candies, Tobacco and Scgar*.
I 207 King St. 3 doors above wcnlworth,
CITAPvLKSTON. S. C
Nos. 3 Broad Street and 109 East Bay Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
yet", dy ratNo cheaper nnAiitts or STOCK,
WE CAN ITKklSll.WOtlK AT
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
FINE FASHIONABLE STATIONERY,
Piries Paper and Envelopes.
Redding and <?all invitations
ON THE BEST STOCK AN0 PAINTED IN THE
GO TO TEXS
via 1 he
lone star route!
iNTKnNATlONAI. & GttKAT NORTHERN R. R.
Passengers going to Texas via Memphis,
and Little Rock, or via Hhreveport, strike
this Hue at Longview the Best Route to
Palestine. Hearnc, Waco, Austin, Hunt?
ville, Houston, Galvcston and all points in
Western, Central, Eastern and Southern
Passengers via New Orleans will find it
the Best Route to Tyler, Mincola, Dallas,
Overtoil, Crockett, Longview and all points
in Eastern and Northern Texas.
This line is well builtj thoroughly equip
ped with ovary modern improvement inclu
ding New and Elegant Day Coachcs,Pullnian
Palace Sleeping Cars. Wcstinghouse Air
Brakes, Miller's Patent Safty Platforms and
Couplers; and nowhere else canthcpaa<enger
so completely depend on a speedy safe and
Tho Lone Star Route has admirably an
swered the query, "How to go to Texas ?"
by the publication of an interesting and
truthful docnmcnt.containhuza 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 F..]
Feb. 12 " 1874 ly
McMICHAEL & BLUME,
Having lately Replenished tftcir Stock of
BRIT GOODS. BOOTS. SHOES and HATS,
tabl'ifor 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 Price*.
Tlieif STOCK of
TOBACCOS, LIQUORS, BRANDIES, AND SEGARS
Are uncqualed in this Market. Gome one come ALL and seo for yurselves
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
CALL AND EXAMINE
ALL PARTIES Indebted to us willjplease come forward.and SETTLE UP
Weme?nWhatWesay, VOSIH A I7XAR.
._ . _ *?
THE TAYLOR GIBT.
Price reduced and vastly improved in quality.
Having tqe ex elusive agency for the counties of ORANGEBURG and BAR NWE
I am prepared to furnish the celebrated ta YIjOR GIN at very ranch reduc*"
prices. Tliecs Gins aro no iwed by a great m iny planters, among whom are:
Dr. W. W. Wannamaket,
ajr. Jacob CoOtter^" TTC
Mr.J. W. Smith,
Mr. N. E. W; Sistrunk,
Messrs. Rolin & Argo,
Mr." Jacob Keiit,
Major A.'J. Hydride,
Mr. James H. Fowles,
Mr. H. J. Hydrick,
Mr. Keating Norrb). ?
A wamplc Gin may be seen at the store of Messrs. Boll, Scovlll A Pike, with whom
orders niay lie left, or at the store of
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
June 10, 1874-18-4m. Orangeburg, South Carolina.
ENTERPRISE CLUB ROOMS,
F. M. DEM ARS,
?.. . i.y . <?, ? i ?, ? *???
HAVE.JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT OF LIQUORS AND SEGARS, AND
HIT 1 Receiving every day the
Iratrdnag? of tlie 3?ublic,
WHO come in tbero to pass a (deasantbour, by playing a social game of Billiard* on their
newly fitted tables. If you want anything
In the Liquor Line
GO to (lie Enterprise Chili Rooms, for vou will find in it every thing.
SKCxA US of tlie following popular brands
IMPERIAL REGALI A. LONG TOM, GOLDEN EAGLE, LA ROSE,
PERCY BEMPLE, LA NO.MEA, 8WRET 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, CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, GROCERIES, WINES
LIQUORS, SEGARS Ac.,
All of which I-offer as low as any House.
Please call and Satisfy yourself. No trouble to Show Goods.
Mij B F POU, M B SISTUNK, W D RISE?, and W W WOLFE are with rao/who
Will lie pleased to see their friends
Apr. io, 1873 p. if. w BRIGGMAN
BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS and THE PUBLIC IN GENERAI
THAT HE IS NOW RECEIVING HIS
And that the same will be ready in a few days for inspection. It comprises all the latest
novelties in all the different branches of
DEY GOODS, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES
aXiASS,W002D and WILLOW-WARE,
A nice Assortment ready made Clothing
THEeame having been bought with an EYE to the Wants and Nccesdlies of uiy
Customers under the present Hard Times, I am enabled to give everybody Full av
fu II Satis!action, Inviting an early Inspection,
GEORGE H, COKNKLSON
THE undersigned takes pleasure in an
flouncing to his many friends and patrons,
that lie has permanently located at Orange
burg; C. U.,8. C, where lie will devote Iiis
entire time, f/um every Monday till Saturday
noon to the
PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
in all its Depot tments. Perfect satisfaction
guaranteed in all operations entrusted to hto
care. Charges very moderate.
Office at Dr Fersner's old stand over Will*
cock's Store. ..._ ?
A. M. SNIDER, DV8,
VKM.V.ll in *
B3oks, Muifc, Stationery, and Fancy
ORANGEBURG, C. H., S. C.
June 11, 1874 tf
DR. T. B. LEGARK,
Graduate Baltimore College ol Dental
OFFICE OVER STORE JA. HAMICTON
July 9 1874 tf
DR. J. O. WAHNAMAKER & CO.,
Respectfully call the public's attention to
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE,
on Russell Street, next <j^y to McMoster**
Brick Building, where can be found a well
selected stock of Medicines, Faints, Oils,
Soaps and Fancy Toilet 'Articles. A hind
and generous patronage is earnestly solicited.
Db.J.G. WANNAMAKER AGO.
THE GREAT SOUTHERN
DR Y GOODS HO USE,
FVBOHGOTT BENEDICT & GO.
275 King Street, Charleston, S. C,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
MATTINGS, RUGS, EtcJ,
This Side of New Yortr.
For prices, see local sep. 3-m
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
Charleston, S. C Oct 18,1873.
On and after Sunday, October 19, the Pns
scnger Trainsoii the South Carolina Railroad
will run on follows:
Leave Charleston - - 9.00 am
Arrive at Columbia ? - 5.00 p m
Leave Charleston ?? . r 9.08 a m
Arrive at Au$usta - . - 5,00 p m
Leave Columbia ~ - 8.40 a m
Arrive at Charleston ? - 4.20 p m
Leave Augusta - 8.20 a m
Arrive at Charleston ??. - i.2v pru
Columbia Night Express (SumLiys excepted)
Leave Charleston ; r ; 7.10 p m
Arrived at Columbia ; ;- 6 JO am
Leave Columbia ; : . 7.15 pm
Arrive at Charleston , ; 6.45 a m
Augusta Night Exprors (Sunday excepted)
Leave Charleston ; ; - 8 30 p m
Arrivo at Augusta ; ; 7 50am
Leave Augusta ; ? 6 00 p m
Arrive at Charleston ; ; 5 40am
Leave Summerville at ; ; 7 25mm
a .-rive at Charleston : ; 8 40am
Aeave Charleston ; ; 310pm
Lrrive at SummerviHe ; ; 4 30 p m
Leave Camden ; ; 6 50am
Arrive at Columbia ; ; 11.50am
Leave Columbia ; ; 150pm
Arrive at Catuden j ; 6 35pm
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 to
also the quickest and most direct route, and
as comtortable and cheap as any other route
to Montgomery, Sei ma, Mobile,Now Orleans
and other points Southwest .and to LooistUIs
Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis, 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 connects at Kingville drily
(except Sunday*) with Day Passenger Train
and runs through to Columbia en Mondays
Wednesdays and Saturdays*
; S. B. PICKENS, G. T. A.
A Southern House.
GBO S HACKSR'S
DOOES, SA 8H nnd
King, Opposito Cannon Street,
Charleston, S. C.
The only house of tho kind in this City own
and managed by a Carolinian.
A Largo Stock always on hand, and
sold at 20 per cent, less than Northern
Creo. S. Hacker
Charles ton* f?. C
P. O. BOX 170 Oct. 30~ly