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?RAfl?&?RG, S. C. NOV. 19, 1874.
_- Mr.. Kirk Robinson ia authorised
to .-ollcct and receipt for advertisements and
lubecrlptions to the Times.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
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Oar friends wishing to have advertisenienii
Inserted in the TIMES, moat hand them in
by Monday morning, 10 o'clock.
See notice of stolen horse in another
The Courier Journal of Aiken, comes
to us enlarged to an eight page paper,
and improved in every way.
The Lutheran church has been sur
rounded by a neat fence, which adds'
amazingly to the general appearance.
A special meeting of the Ediato Rifle
Club ik called for Friday next, 24th
inst., at 74 P. M. A full attendance
m ?> mmi -
Editing a newspaper is like holding
an umbrella on a windy day; every
body thinks he can do better than the
one who holds the handle. j
We omitted in the premium list, a
diploma presented to J. E. Adger &
Co., for superior plows, and tho best
?collection of agricultural implements.
Ms. Augustus Fischer got the 6 rst
premium in the County Fair for best
liquors and cigars. Who doubts now
the superior quality of the articles he
?offers for sale? |
Mr. &. K Caughraan, Agent for the
Palmetto .Orphan Home will deliver
an interesting Lecture on an important
subject, in \he Baptist church on Fri
day night next. '
Rev. G. A. Hough, pastor of the
Lutheran church, has moved Into town
and intends soon to open school. We
Welcome him to his new field, and be
speak for hi::: a liberal patronage.
Read hia notice in another column.
Rev. T. II. Legare, the "Children's
Friend," delivered a very interesting
address to the Sunday School children
in the Methodist church on Sunday
afternoon. We were deprive*! of the'
pleasure of hearing it, but it was rep
resented as being appreciated both by
young and old.
In addition to the fifty cages of ani
main in tho great Show, are tho five
golden Chariots, the massive Tableau
Oira of crimson and gold, the magni
ficent pony Chariot, the splendid band
Wagons, tho golden cars of the Con
querors, all of which can bo witnessed
in they rand street display, which takes
place on Wednesday, December tho
2nd, that being the day old John Rob
inson's Great Show visits our town.
Don't forget the date.
It is certainly a compliment to
Judge Green that his own County, in
which of course he is best known, has
given him a most overwhelming majo
rily over Chamberlain, in spite ot the
fact that in 1870 this county gave over
2500 majority to the regular nominee.
It is also said that many colored people
. on the turpentine werks in Orangeburg
. County hailing from Sumter, who
' knew Judge Green, voted lor him.
This speaks well for him.
W. K. Crook as a young merchant
deserves a liberal patronage. It has
been but a short time since he opened
on hia own responsibility, and he has
already established a reputation which
older merchants might envy. Perse
verance and fair de lling are his watch
words, and with this device he is bound
to prosper. He sells groceries, liquors
cigars and in fact every thing at the
most reasonable rates. He has done
another good thing in getting Edward
Bozard with him. We know Ed, and
ho is a capital fellow any where you
Moseley & Copes are extending
their business as shown by their now
occupying two stores instead of one, as
heietofore. Mr. Moseley continues in
charge of the old stand, corner of Mar
ketand Russell streets; while Mr Copes
takes charge of the new store, corner
Russell and Broughton street's. It is
unnecessary for us to say anything
in commondation of the mercantile
ability and fairness of theso well known
gentlemen. They are true and tried,
and our farmers know woll where to
find them when thoy visit our Burg.
Read their advertisement in another
On Monday and Tuesday" evenings
was largely attended by our moat res
pectable citizens, and gave complete
satisfaction. Ho seemed to come up
fully to every tbing nnuounced iu his
advertisements, and even surpassed tho
expectations of most of his audience.
; He proved himself to be perfectly at
i home" m his profession, and performed
his legerdemain tricks with wonderful
It was impossible for the most obsory.
ing to disc&ver the illusion. The
Royal. Marionettes excitedvno small
degree of mirth and merriment. One
favorable. and noted feature of his
performance was the absence' of any
allusions of an immoral nature. The
gifts were as represented numerous
and valuable. The leading presents
given out were silver watches; while
many others of less value were also
Upon the whole the audience was
highly entertained, and we predict for
the Signor a crowded hall. during the
rest of his stay. Remember there are
only two more nights/Thursday and
It was our pleasu re ou 'Sunday morn
ing to enjoy the interesting services of
tho dedication of the Lutheran church
at this place. The neat and commo
dious building, which has just been
completely renovated, was filled at the
appointed hour wkh a large and appre
dative audience. The interior of the
hou'<e which presented a pleasing ap
pearance on account of its freshness
and beauty, was also tastefully deco
rated with evergreens and flowers.
The dedication services performed
by Rev. W. S. Bowman, D. D., of
Charleston and Rev. A. G. Hough, the
pastor, where peculiarly imposing and
interesting; and the whole occasion
was enlivened by sweet strains of music
from the choir.
A?er these services the dedication
sermon was preached by Dr. Bowman
and produced a lasting impression upon
the sued bound audience. Besides its
profundity and eloquence the address
wfnS particularly pleasing on account of ]
Its adaptation to the occasion and its
confinement within the range of the
subject. At the close of the sermon mi
appeal was made for aid in liquidating
the debt on the building, which in view
of the sacred cause, we trust was
warmly responded to, |
The Lutherans here comprise many
of our hest citizens, and we hope that
the tabernacle which their faith and
christf&n philanthropy has reared iu
our midst may lorg continue a "light
to the world" to guide and comfort the
erring and troubled on life's weary
We were right in our calculation in
our last issue as to the County ticket
elected. Our onlj error was that we
gave Chamberlain too raauy votes, and
Green too few, as the following official
report will show:
* D. H. Chamberlain.8779
John T. Green.2014
For Lieutenant Governor
*R. H. Gleaves.3793
R M. Delauey.1950
*C W. Buttz.....3690
E. \V. M. Mackey...2054
House of Representatives.
*& L. Duncan.5,551
* W. H. Reedish....3,202
?Shad rick Morgan.2,974
* Aaron Simmons.2,942
J. H. Livingston.2,696
* C. W Caldwell.2,671
E. I. Cain.5,459
For Judge of l^obate.
A. B. Knowlton.3,611
*T. K. Sasportas.2,111
j C. B. Glover.84
For School Commissioner.
*F. R. McKinlay.2,636
For County Commissioners.
h\ W. Fairy......2,954
* J. P.Mays.2,946
*Jf. B. Johnson.........2,822
?John H. Phillips.2,726
Rufua Felder.2 521
The asterisks show those regularly
Office of tiieOrakoeboho Tikes,
Ordinary, - - - -
Good Ordinary, - - 12 ? 12}
Low Middling, - - - 13 ? 13ft
Bough Rice : l : 1 26 (S>
Corn : : : : bus 00 w
Cow Peas : : ? 1 00 ?
Fodder : : : ? 1 25 ?
Plnders : per bushel 1 50 Q?>
WETAKJS PXEA?BE Iff ANNOUNCING TO OUR PATRONS,wd the PUBLIC
generally that we have increased our
STOpK OF MERCHANDISE.
And having rented the SORE of Nr. J P Harley, at the C ornerof Bussell and Brwghto
Streets; we are now prepared to serve you at either, 8tore. 0
Mr. J. W MOSELEY will continue the Business nt our Old Stand corner Russell and
Market Streets < . \
Mr. ROBERT COPES takes charge of the NEW* STORE, where will ho found at
either place a well selected stock of General Merchandise.
Thankinir you for former patronage we respectfully solicit a continuance of the samo.
J. W. MOSELEY L ROBERT COPES
175, 177 and 179 King street
CORNER OF CLIFFORD,
CHARLESTON, So, Ca
D. H. SILCOX, D. S. S1LCOX.
Oct. 22 1874 lm
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McMICHAEL &t BLUME, |f
Havgin lately Replenished their Stock of
I bH"? GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES and HATS,
] for 4he FALL TRAUE, together with the bestand
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 uncqualcd in this Market. Gome one come ALL and see 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 I
ALL PARTIES Indebted to us will please come.forward.aud SETTLE UP
We mean what we say, ___0? c .
VOSE & IZLiAR?
THE TAYLOR GIN.
Price reduced and vastly improved in quality.
Having U[e exclusive agency ibr the counties of ORANGEBURG and BARN Wud
I am prepared to furnish ihe celebrated TAYLOR GIN at very much rcduc
prices. Thees Gins are no used by a great many planters, among whom are:
Dr. W. W. Wannamakef,
Mr. Jacob Cooner,
Mr. J. W. Smith,
Mr. N. K. W. Sistrunk,
Messrs. Relin & Argo,
Orders may be left, or at the store of
June 10, 1874-38-4m.
Mr. Jacob Keitt,
Major A. J. Hydrlck,
Mr. Jai?ca II. Fowles,
Mr. M. J. Hydrick,
v Mr. Keating Norris.
JOHN A- HAMILTON,
Orangeburg, South Carolina.
In Returning my Thanks
TO MY PATRONS for their Liberal Patrouage 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 &c,
All of which I offer as low as any House,
SATISFACTION GUARAK T?HTED
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 m F? H? W- BUIGGMAN
ENTERPRISE CLUB ROOMS,
??Jr.?,,U.ST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT OF. LIQUORS AND SEGARS, AND
fill llteceiving every day tho
Patronage of the 3?nblio,
3?yTued tblcs10 RTou??^ ^ ' ^ f Billi.rd. on their
In the Liquor Line*
g^tha |?^feC,?!>Bo<>m8| for you will find in it everything.
o/ftS A RS of tho following popular brands ?
iMP^WAL REGALIA, LONG TOM, GOLDEN EAGLE. T A HftSU*
?i 8EMPLE' LA NOMEA, i SWRET HOME, * HENRY CLAV
ULD JOHN KUblNSIM 5
Great World's Exposition!
AMERICA'S FAVORITE SHOW,
With America's} Veteran Manager. Tho Monarch of Amusements!
Thousands of Living Animals,
MYRIADS OF BIRDS, COLONIES OF MONKEYS, SCHOOLS
- OF AMPHIBIA, MILES OF REPTILES,
Embracing the Largest ard most complete
MENAGERIE, AVIARY AND AQUARIUM!
In the "World*
?.MAKR WELL THESE LINES***
We will Exhibit at each place tho GREAT SHOW visits
A HERB OF LIVING GIRAFFES, COSTING $62,000!
OR THE MONEY RETURNED1
A BLACK SUMATRA!? RHINO CBROs!
OR THE MONEY RETURNED!
LARGEFT PERFORMING ELEPHANT IN AMERCA!
OR THE MONEY RETURNED I
A GIANT OSTRICH, 12 FEEL1 HIGH!
OR THE MONEY RETURNED 1
MONSTER SEA LIONS
OR THE MONEY RETURNED 1
A 3 HORNED AND 3 EYED BOVINE FROM THE HOLY LAND!
THE ONLY ONE EVER EXHIBITED I
OR THE MONEY RETURNED I
These are special features that are not owned or Controlled by any other traveling
exhibition, in addition to which is the ,
STRICTLY MORAL CIRCUS
GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH.
?AIL.Y EXPENDITURE 2,500
LIVIKG UONS y D TIGEkS LCe IN THE STREET
TWO BRASS BANDS, FORTY MUSICIANS.
DOORS OPEN AT 12:30 AND 6:30 P. M.
ONE TICKET ADMITS TO TBE ENTIRE ENTERTAINMENTS.