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ORANGEBURG, S. C DEC. 3, 1874.
Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorised
to .oUcct and receipt for advertisements and
lUbscrlptions to the Time*.
Our friends wishing to have advertisements
inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in
by Monday .morning, 10 o'clock.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One Copy for ope year, - $2.00
u * " Six Monthe, - - - 1,00
Many of the Bills brought before
tile Legislature would indicate reform.
It remains for timo to prove whether
this is only a semblance or a reality.
New Goods I New Goods 11 Head
Mr. Fischers advertisement. He is de
termined to keep up with the times.
Wk ceo by the Kershaw Gazette that
the Rev. T. H. Legare of our Town
delivered an address in Caniden in
the interest of the American Sunday
Rev. S. T. Hall man of the Lutheran
church preached a very practical ser
mon on Sunday night at the Metho
dist church on the subject of peace as
one of the essential fruit? of the spirit.
Bowen was on the platform at
Branchville Thursday morning as
smiling as a basket of chips. He was
on his way from Columbia, and must
have beeu pleased at the progress of
The advertisement of Mr. John A.
Hamilton is suggestive of Christmas
oheer. Think of it mince meat and Eng
lish plum puddi.ug ready for use, and
other good things. Be sure to call and
" On Saturday night a nable legislator,
coming down on the train, said he in
tended to carry his''fambiy" back with
litm, from which preparations for per
manency wo have lowered our autici
patiousTor a short session,
?- .iO- -
We call attention to the notice of'
the meeting of the Edisto Odd Fellows |
Lodge. On Monday the 7th they will,
march from the Hall over Messrs Vosc
*Sl Izlur's, and take nosses?ipu of. their
Hall (Tver Ezekiel's store.
Rev, J. T. Wigbtmanol Charleston
lms been in Orauguhurg several days,
and lias drawn crowded houses where
ver it was known tlitil he would preach.
O i Monday night be punched at the
M 'thndist Church otic of hU usual
i:io(|Uuiit and impressive term uis.
Wi? notice in the Atlanta Constitu
tion a vry flattering account of the
.Orangebnrg Fair written by ?'Annie
Maria,V?n accomplished writer in that
city. Everything is described with a
minuteness and accuracy which ex
hibits n considerable degree of interest
iu our affuirs.
We understand tlmt Mr. Edward
C'arswcll most worthy Associate of the
^National Division of North America,
will deliver a lecturu on 'Temperance'
in Ornngebuig on the night of Deceni
ber the 23rd. Ma. C'arswcll bears a
high reputation as a lecturer, and we
bespeak for him u large audience.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wanrainakcr
will please accept out than La fur the
wedding cake kindly sent us, a? veil
as our best wishes for their unalloyed
happiness in the matrimonial life.
May joy and contentment rule in their
household, and the sunshine of pros
perity always illumine their pathway.
The Conference of the Lutheran
Church was held here onr?ri*y morn
ing. Rev. B. Krcps preached the open
ing i-ermon. The Conference then
regularly organized, and the Commit
tees were appointed. On Saturday an
interesting religious discussion took
place, and on Sunday morning the
officers of the Lutheran Church at this
place were installed.
The Ladies Sewing Society of tho
Evangelical Lutheran Congregation,
met in the pastors house on Wednes
day November 26th, Miss Julia Ciietz
burg being in the chair.and Miss Mcna
Briggmann acting as Secretary, and
elected the following officers to serve
for a quarter:
President?Mrs. G A Hough,
Vice Pt esident?Mrs. W T Malier,
Treasurer?Mrs. M L Neufler,
Secretary?Miss Cornelia Ncuffer,
Directors?Mrs. W K Crook, Mrs.
L Jenney, Mrs. J H Rcncker and Miss
Judging by tho crowd pouring into
town yesterday to attend tho Circus,
one may have imagined that a sermon
was to be preached on Home or For
We regret to learn of tho death of
Colonel Richard DeTroville, father of
our worthy townsman,, at his home at
Colonel DeTreville was a lawyer of
eminence in this Stale, and is well
known in Orangeburg County. His
ability was adorned with that humility
of demeanor,and cordiality of manner,
which is the distinguishing mark of
truo greatness, and always won him
friends wherever his lot was cast.
He has hold many positions of honor
in Fouth Carolina in the days when
intelligence and character were justly
His memory will not soon did in the
places that new him. The whole com
munity deeply sympathize with his
sorrowing family; for his loss is not
only a private but a public calamity.
Anniversary of the Elliott Hook and Lad
On Monday this Company celebra
ted its.5th Anniversary. In tho af
ternoon at 4 o'clock, escorted by the
Ynnncr A.H!6ricA 'Onmnany they para*
ded through the principal streets, the
engine and ttuck being, beautifully
decorated by woman?hand. The young
men turned out in their might and
youthful vigor, and the young ladies
failed not to cheer them by their beau
ty and approving smile. After the
parade the annual election of officers
took place, which resulted as follows:
Foreman?J. C. Pike,
Asst. Foremnn?W. H. Perryciear,
Secretary?I?. H. Wannamakcr,
1st. Director?E. L. Salley,
2nd. Director?T. B. Boyd.
We congratulate the Company on.
their excellent choice. After the
meeting, the two Companies, with.the.
imp" ted guests,rcpaired to the Hook and
Ladder Hull, where a delightful sup
per awaited them, and was partaken
of with peculiar zest.
The dishes and fragments being re-,
moved, then came the feast of wit hu
mor and reason, and for several hours
the house was kept in rapt attention,
und demonstrative merriment. . , * ..
Tho speeches and sentiments were
enlivened by soul stirring music from
a company of young men under Mr.
Tho regular toasts then came up as
"The Day ve Celebrate."
Was responded to by Captain John
A. Hamilton in his usual neat chaste
and classic style.
"Our Sister Association"
Was responded to by Capt. James
F. Izlar, whose pleasant and lamiliar
tones were listened to with unabated
"Our JJoanl of Firtma$ters?,
Was responded to by our Ex-Mayor
Briggmanu, who showed that he could
not only govern a town but interest
"Our City Fathers"
Was responded toby our worthy and
popular Mayor Moseley, w ho althougn
he made but a few remarks, said them
just to the point.
Was responded to by Mr. James H.
Fowles, who made a capital speech,
and kept his audience delighted.
" Our Worthy Patron xrhose i\a?ne ire Bear"
Was responded to by Mr. Thomas
B. Boyd in a manner worthy both of
the subject and of the speaKer.
"Our Departed Firemen"
Was responded to rising and in silence.
"Our Invited Quests" v
Brought out Mr. W. H. Girardeau,
who, although he took tho place of the
regular appointee, showed that he was
equal to the occasion, and could think
on his legs.
Respondod to by Mr. M. I. Brown
ing in a stylo which completely bus
taincd his well known reputation for
eloquence and humor.
Was responded to by Stiles R. Mcl
The evening past off so pleasantly
thai tho hours seemed but minutes.
Besides the material benefit of the Fire
Department, tho social feeling engen
dered by such gatherings deserve cul
tivation, and we hope that these annual
celebrations will always constitute a
part and parcel of the lifo of our B?rg.
Tho Committo of arrangements deserve
much-praise for the manner in which
thoy conducted tho whole entertain
Off ick OF Till: OltANGKHUnu Times,
December 3, 1874.
CORRECTED WEEK Li.
Ordinary, - - - -
Good Ordinary, - - 12^R> 12J
Low Middling", - - - 13 ? 13J
Bough Rice . : : : 1 26 fa
Corn : : : : bun 00 ?
Cow Peas : : " 1 00 ?
Fodder : : : ? 1 26 <#
Finders : per bushel 1 50 @
Resolved, That Williaton Grange
No. 69 Patrons of Husbandry call for
a Convention of the Granges in Bum
well, Colleton, Orangeburg, Aiken and
Edgefield to get concurrence and co
operation in certain measures of vital
importance to planters, to meet at
Williston Thursday, Doc. 10,1874.
J. A. Miller, Secretary.
5R7^ri^x.rcG AR K,
Graduate Baltimore College ot Dental
OFFICE OVER STORE JA. HAMICTON
July 9 1874 tf
DR. A. C. DUKES,
Orangeburg C. H., S. C.
DRUGS, MEDICINES CHEMICALS,
Fine Toilet 8oaps, Fancy Hair and Tooth
Brushes, Perfumery nnd Fancy Toilet
Article*, Paints, Oils, V arnishes, and
Dye Stuffs, Letter-paper Pens, Ink,
Candies, Tobacco and Scgars.
JJR E j ol1veros
Again desires to return his Grateful Thanks
to the public for the magnanimous nnd lib
eral Support given him. By assiduous efforts
and faithful performances of the Responsible
duties devolving upon lam as dispenser of
Medicines, he hopes ever to maintain thier
confide nee and patronage. nl2-if
GLOVER & GLOVLlt,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office opposite Court House Square.
Orangeburg, S- C
T. W. Glover, Mortimer Glover,
Feb. 10 tf
DR. J. O. WANNAMAKER & 00.,
Respectfully call the public's attention to
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE,
on Russell Street, next door to McMaxter's
Brick Building, whore can he found a well.
selected t-tock of .Medicines, Pnillts, Oils,
Soaps and Fniicy Toilet Articles. A kind
nnd generous patronage is earnestly solicited.
Dn.J. G. WANNAMAKER &?O.
THE undersigned takes pleasure in an
nouncing to his many friends nnd patrons,
that he has permanently located nt 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 nil its Department?. Perfect satisfaction
guaranteed in all operations cut rusted to bin
care. Charges very moderate.
Oflice at Dr Fcrsncr's old stand over Will
A. M. SNIDER, D. S.
ANNO UN GEMENT
ON and after the First day of February
next. I will be prepared to receive
IN connection with my Day School. I will
take either Boys or Girls.
james s. heywarjd,
Nov. 19 3m
Hi: A I.Kit IX
Bjoks, Mui ic, Stationery, and Fancy
ORANGEBURG, C. H., S. C.
June 11, 1874 tf
STIXES R. MELLICAMP^
Will Survey in theTown in the afternoon,
after School bourn, and anywhere in the
County on Saturday,
Surveying requiring a longer time will
also bo taken, in which W. A. Mcllichamp,
his partner, will do the field work.
VICTORIA It tiltlEllA, I
CHARLESTON, S. C
Has beenentlrely renovated, and refurn
ished throughout. It is most centrcly sitna
teil, on King, near Market Street, tor the
travelling public. I solicit their patronage?
Board perdav $2.50
MRS. MARIA OPDEBEECK,
Oct 15?2m Proprietress.
Baxlev & Vnndohlen
Factors Office, No. ft Central Wharf
GRAIN AND PRODUCE COMMISSION
HOUSE, No. 108 ANSON STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
jjgyWe earnestly solicit consignments of
all kinds of Country Produce.
Sept. 24 1874 3m
THE GREAT SOUTHERN
DRY GOODS HOCSE,
FUR0HG0TT BENEDICT fc 00.
275 King Street, Charleston, S. C,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
OIL CLOTHS CARPETS,
MATTINGS, RUGS, Etc.,
This Side of New York.
For price.)) see local scp. 3-m
297 King St. 3 doors above wenlwortb,
CHARLESTON. S- C
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
ClIARLSTON, S. C Oct. 18, 1873.
On and after Sunday, October 10, the Pas
senger Trainson theSouth Carolina Railroad
will run as follows:
Leave Charleston - - 0.00 a m
Arrive at Columbia - - 5.00 p m
"' FOR AfOWTA.
Leave "Charleston - - 0.00 a m
Arrive at Augusta ? - 6,00 p m
Leave Columbia * - 8.40 a m
Arrive at Charleston ? ? 4.20 pm
ljeavc Augusta ... 8.20 a m
Arrive at Charleston - - 4.20 pm
Columbia Night Express (Sundaysexcepted)
Leave Chn-leston ; ; ; ,7.10 p m
Arrived at Columbia ; ; G.30am
Leave Columbia ; : . 7.13 p m
Arrive at Charleston ; ; 6.45 a m
Augusta Nijjht Express (Sunday excepted.
Leave Charleston ; ; 8 30 p m
Arrive at Augusta ; ; 7 60 a m
Leave Augusta ; ? 0 00pm
Arrive at Charleston ; ; 5 40am
Leave Summervillc at ; ; 7j)nini
A.-rive at Charleston : ; 8 40am
Aeave Charleston ; ; 3 10 p m
Lrrive at Summerville ; ; 4 30 p ra
Leave Camden ; ; 6 60 a m
Arrive at Columbia ; ; 11.60 am
Leave Columbia ; ; 160pm
Arrive at Camden ; ; G 36 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 tho quickest and most direct route, and
as comtortable and cheap as any other route
to Montgomery, Selma, Mobile,New Orleans
and other points Sc::thwcst,and to Louisville
Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis, nnd all other
points West and Northwest.
Columbia Night Train connects closely
witb 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 Kingvillc drily
(except Sundays) with Day Passenger Train
nnd runs through to Columbia on Mondays
Wednesdays and Saturdays*
8. B. PICKENS, G. T. A.
GEORGE H CORNELSON
IS NOW RECEIVING BY EVERY STEAMER, AND WILL
Continue to do so till Christmas
NEW ADDITIONS TO HIS ALREADY
Large and Extensive Stock
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, HARNESS,
GLASS, WOOD and WIII.OW-WARE,
A New Assortment of Fine Clothing
PLEASE call every one and Examine for youselves. I continue to buy
COTTON, RICE, PEAS, CORN, Just as usual, at Highest Market Prices
I still continue tho ONE PRICE System nnd adhere strictly to the old
Motto, Quick Sales and Small Profits. Hoping to seo you all soon
I remain Respectfully yours
GORGE H, CORNELSON.
MOSE LEY &. COPES,
WE TAKE PLEAURE IN ANNOUNCING TO OUR PATRONS nnd the PUBLIC
generally that we have increased our
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE,
And having rented the STORE of Mr J P Hurley nt 'the Corner of Rnncll ?nd Br>nghto
Street?, we arc now'prepared to nerve you at either Store.
Mr. JT. W MOS KLEY will continue tho Business at our Old Stand corner Russell and
Mr. ROBERT COPE8 takes charge of the NEW STORE, where will be found at
either place a well selected stock of General Merchandise.
Thanking von for former patronage we respectfully solicit a conthinance of the same.
J. W. MOSELEY ROBERT COPES
D H SILOOX & BOIST.
Furniture Ware rooms
175, 177 and 170 King street
CORNER OF CLIFFORD,
OHA.Hr.ESXOISr. So, Oa
D. H. SILCOX, D. 8. 81LCOX.
Oct. 22 1874 In
McMICHALL & BLUME,
Havgtn lately Replenished their Stock of
DRY GOODS, BOOTS. SHOES and HATS,
?3 ? r th e FALL TRA.DE, together with the beat am?
Cheapest Lot of Groceries
Ever offered to the Public before are now Sellins; them off at very Reduced Prices.
TOBACCOS, LIQUORS, BRANDIES, AND SEGARS
Are unequaled in this Market. Gome one come Ali? and see for yoreelves
WE ARE RECEIVING and have now on hand n VERY FINE LOT OP
WHICH WE WILL SELL VERY LOW FOR
COUNTRY MERCHANTS WOULD DO WELL TO
? ALL AND EXAMINE
ALL PARTIES Indebted to us will please come.forwnnTand SETTLE UP
We moan what we say. vogE fc
The Orangeburg Bakery.
T- W ALBERGOTTI, Proprietor.
Offers to the Public at all Times
FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, FRUITS, CANDIES, TOILET
8FTTS, and every Description of Fancy Goods.
Wedding Cake Furnished at tfie Shortest Notice.
A splendid Lot of Cli rift mas TOYS and PRESENTS for Children hau just been Received
In Returning my Thanks
TO MY PATRONS for their Liberal Patronage in the past, I assure them
that I will spare no eflorts to please them in the future
MY STOCK is Well ASSORTED
IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, 8HOES, HATS, GROCERIES, WINES
LIQUORS, SEGARS &c.,
All of which I offer as low as any House.
Please call and Satisfy yourself.' No trouble to Show Goods.
M*d B F POU. M B SI STUNK, W D RISER and W W WOLFE>tewith me, who
will be pleased to see their friends .
Apr. 10,1873 p. If. W- BHIGGMAN
ENTERPRICE CLUB ROOMS,
F. DEM ARS,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FRE8H LOT OF LIQUORS AND SEGARS, AND
SIT 1 Receiving every day the
3ra/txonage of tlie 3?\iblic,
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.
SEGA US of the following popular brands
IMPERIAL REGALIA, LONG TOM, GOLDEN EAGLE, LA ROSE,
PERCY SEMPIjE, LANO.MEA, SWRET HOME, HENRY CLAY
Jnn. 1 1874. tf