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OrfE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. j OOiTaNW OTTPt^ COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE
VOLUME VI. FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 3^ 1879. ~~NUMBER^
JUST OPENED ONE DOOR
I>r. A. C. Duko'a Drug Store,
TJ. Gr. CANON
Vim will keep
constantly <>n hand
;i I l" Id/and C< > d
PLKTE stock ,,f
,11 itr?! wail'C,
u tl <tj ,
n n us.
CiOO?m oi every description.
AUo all kinds of Repairing done
?d the shortest notice to Huna, Pistols,
Lock?, Umbrellas, and
Sli WI N G IN T A C i 11 N ES
Pone up und Adjusted.
Bta>'" All good* and work warranted to
give entire satisfaction in quality work
manship ami price
Thanking my friends for j>n^t patronage
I hope to merit a continence <>f the same
in the future. L\ U. CANNON.
rapt 28 1878 ly
:w A G O N s
^^BSjyWS^tpBEwP' 1 am now giving
s5flsj33E?^C&2inV mV i? i: kson a l
ATTENTION to my Husinc?Kof
And will guarantee that my work in the
future ?hall l>e asOOOl) as in thr jiast forty
years that 1 have been in the business,
REI>t'('KI> MY r III F.S
To SUIT the. TIM KS, ind if you will cull
on me 1 v\i!l guarantee that mv charge* ami
work will give full SATISFACTION.
1 am now prepared t<> manufacture the
DKXTKR SPRINf;:iil; G G V
"Which for comfort ami case cannot be ex
Constau'lv on baud KoSK WOOD and
Of all ?i/.es. Uive me a call.
11 Alt i* in KICiO.s.
sept 31 3iu
Vor tho soeoily i 'uro nfSt'inltial w mi km>sM, '. ? ".t
Mnuii.wimI itl*<>r<lt>m lirmiitht ???> Uy liiitis.
occtloti ijr i.k??< Anv hruvulkl l--is tli?> iiuvm
llent*. nr. W. j iiU Ks a ? ?>.. No. iao
>/Nl Mlxlli NJreet, Ciueluiiall, *>.
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Til E GREAT CAUSE
31 I'M AN MlSI'RY.
Just Published in <* Smted h'tivetapc.
A F.twttcrc on ?Sie "A'a
lure, Treatment, v \\ h'adical
j^fepv'.*',-^ cure of Seminal Weakness, or
Spcrmatorrha'a, induced by Self-Ahn.?e.
I in olrjA^J^tji--;,i:i-. I inpntcm-v, Nel'V
<??:? 1 >eC -^rrn-fTt*!in!???.!? oi.-:;i- !?> M.uii.iu"
gnueralrTT^ Consumption, Epilepsy, and
Kits; Mental and I'hvsieal lucapaeii v, ?c. -
By K< mVAlV ?) ? < i I .V KI! W ]; 1.1.* V. 11 .
author ot tho '"Green book." A.c.
The woi Id-renowned author, in lhis ad
mirable Lecture, clearly proves from his
own experience that the awful consequences
of Self-Abuse may be cG'eetnally removed
without medicine, and witln til dangerous
surgical operations, hnugics, instrument*,
rings, or cordials; pointing out a mode of
cure at once certain and elleeliiat, by which
every sufferer, n<> matter what his condition
may he, mav cure In nisei f cheaply, private
ly and radically.
Berti" TliL* Lecture will prove a boon to
thousand* and thousands.
Sent under seal, in h plain envelope, to
any address, on receipt of six cents, or
two postage ,?taui|M.
Address the Publishers,
THE CULVERWELL MEDIC VL f'O.
41 Ann St., New York; Post Office Box 4tiS0
may -1 l y
, \ . rraMHAM'S
(??mf?&i VJABRfcSTID BE67& CHCAPE8T.
VS-i^A Alt*, KILLIH9 fnAStilHERY.
Wffi? rfi^ n?fll???ED'jOHD Al'K. 20, "73
" '*? r i-;it!ii>l:tc:?itree. Ovrtect, Yock. 1 *
1>R. B. V. HHJCKKIVFUSS has
moved his Office over store of Wm. Wil
cock, formerly occupied by I >r. Fersner
where ho will be glad to serve his friends
on the most roasonablo term--.
DR. B. F. MUCKENFUSS, Dentist,
sept 23 td
The undersigned respectfully informs the
Citizens of the Town and County that lie i?
prepared lodo up and make Mattresses on
the shortest notice. Also will conduct an
Upholstery business. Prices will be as low
as possible. Orders solicited.
und Morphin? h?hlt rurrit.
( ?HK Si-i .1 .l?n?|l f.rt.ookoa
Onium n.ini... i , u n S....I,j,
Wurtbluci ii. Orvtao Co.. lod.
ajti'l 27 ) 1
879 AT LAST 1879
The lime, the phice, and opportunity has come for pur.dtJisin^ goads at
least 'J? PER CENT LOWER than any other place- in town.
F. BeMARS, Agt.,
Next Doer to A. Fisoaer's
Oilers a well selected slock of G-FOC ?lfiCS at Prh that, defy com
petition, consisting in part ol
Flour, Sugar, Rice, Potatoes Co J fish,
Bacon, Collcc, Buckwheat, Mackerel, Surdines,
Untns, Tea, Butter, Salmon, L b tors,
Strips, Grists, Olu.se, Ueof, Turkey
Lard, Meal, Macaroni, Tniiguo, Can Milk,
'JoitMtttoes, Peaches, 1 ine Apples, ['runes, Pidkloi,
'1? hacco, Sogurs, Soap, Starch, Pepper Spice. Sen Foam,
Ilorsiords, Muslnrd, Candy, Nutmegs, Shot, Powder, Caps,
Cartridges, Pipeu, Cutlery, Crockery and I'm Waru, Viuegar,
Sieves, Ac., Ac.
X.l I 111 SAMPLE ROOM
In rear, is Stockei! with one ol the Finest Stocks of Wines and Liquors ever
brought to tlii.s Mai ket.
My Gooils are A 1, bought fir Cash and sold lor same.
'?>> M 187'J T. BelVXARS, Agt.
An absolute necessity id* the TIMES.
Millions Have Been Wasted in our
(*ountry in the past few years in b<gh-prieel FERTILIZES Vou Lnow
i:; we know it. Stop this insane, criminal practice ol bninj:
these pind.? at tremendous high prie^i and on
long credit, and trv
Long's Prepared Chemicals,
Which enable PLANTERS, at a SMALL COST, to utilize their Cotton
Seed, Stable ami Hartiyard Mauur?', an 1 t ? provide thuiitselves with a
I lie icsttll of ?hieb have been iu' iVouMullv equal t-> th j'jr.gh-priisjs.l Fer
tilizers, und at oi <? tiii.;; its cost. For sale by
Ivll M\ noiUNsny
ORANGEBUH ?, S C.
liKVi ^ i if II
[AT tit i: CORN KR < >F
ISussel Street aiul Railroad Avenue
w nom fy
A ' full Slot k of
Which will be Fohl ( ? i v A I > r r C A S L 1 .
All my Obi J-'rit ii !> and a< many Now ;'i.-'s a- will ftvor tn-s with a
call respectfully invited ;?> examine m\ Goods and Price*.
jaii24-ly ,1. \Y _ .\i OS 1 ?] ] , ]? Y.
I P PIFF
Ja a I 6 :l \ EL
SAME pLl ) STAND
] iicd to mi vc his n any tmt< liters during this year, as in the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
We have on hand a Large and well Assorted
S T O C K O F G O 0 ? S
With Polite and Experienced CBilOB?. Bi.S to show them.
I am making preparations to handle all of the Best Grades of
1 respectfully ask the continuance of the Liberal Patronage so gene
rously bestowed in the past.
Ccij'" Highest Markst Price paid Tor all Country Produce
PRIME II 10 COFFEE :.t 01 Pounds lor SI 00.
FAIR " " 7
SUGARS 9, 10 and II Pounds for SI 00
COLG.ATFS New Style Laundry SOAP 5 cents
PARCHED KK) COFFEE b Pounds for SI 00
Extra Gi E.|Butter, Pearl and Plain Grists, FamiIv Flour, Froth Ground
Graham lor Griddles, llorsford Bread
Preparation, Sea Foam, t&c.
All of which are just in and at Lowest Prices.
Also a Iml supply o! FEKRY'S GA ?BEN SEEDS.
J TS3 O. A. :i [AMLTON,
Next to Mr. llcnrv Kohn.
Our Sunday I"i?l?rc:iiiHK
PitKsnYTKitiAN Ciiuitcu?Rev. J.
D. A. Brown took his text from St.
John, Glh Chapter, and 27th verse :
?'Lahor not for tho moat which
perishoth, i>ut for the meat which
eudurcth unto everlasting life." Tin;
text contains, first,a prohibition, and.
secondly, an injunction or command.
The words "meat which perishoth"
reler to all temporal blessing?, u de
sire for which is natural and right, |
bci"g hurtful ami sinful only when
made the chief object of life, which is
?'more than meal." .Success in our
efforts after wealth is not certain, nor
is irue happiness obtained by its
The injunction, in the .second
clause, to labor for the "meat which en
duicth unto evcrla-ling life," was thon
shown to refer to obtaining Christ,
and the resulting benefits, lie being
the spiritual meat, which is entirely 1
satisfying, and docs not diminish in
theu&ing. The Parable of the Prodi
gal .Son exemplifies the lesson of the
text. The sermon was closed by
exhorting all to "labor" for this meat,
but nut to attribute the merit in
obtaining it to the labor bostowe 1.
LtinmrtAN CiitMtcii?Rev. J. F.
Kiser took as his text. "Love your
enemies/' lie showed that before
the coming of Christ the L'-x l\tiivnis
prevailed, but this comman 1 has
given us a different rule, and now it
i; a test of true manliness a? well as
of Christi inity to return g ?od for evil.
This command, however, only r.v
quires us to forgive private injuries,
and dues nut relate to offenses
agninst the laws of the country.
MirrmuusT Ciruitcn? llcv. T. II
Legare tilled the pulpit of the M tho
diftt Church on Sunday morning, and
['it ach? d from the text : " 1:
iiny mau will do bis will, he shall
, kpow of the doctrine, whether it be
i f God, i>r whetlwr I spenk of my
self." We regret that wu did not gel
a synopsis ol this excellent disc >urjo.
j At night Rev.Manning Brown prea
(died t-> n tolerably full house. The
sermon was eminently practical, and
[ set forth excellent advice. It ad -
I ministered a wholesome lesson to the
j idle ti ud seekers of soft places, and in
Ia< t to all who try to escape the man
j date '*b\ tho sweat of thy brow .-halt
' thou cut thy bread."
I It uns shown that there were too
I many consumers, ami too few pro
ducers and ih it this fact was a fruit
ful muse of the troubles of the worl 1
Raj'ti.st Ciiuitcn?Rev. T \V,
Mcllicbamp having preached about a
month ngo on ' Sinners in Zinn" too Ic.
us his subject last Sunday morning <
'Christians in Zion."
lie discribed the Chiistian as one
who abstained from sin, and avoi led
the counsel, the way, and the seit ot
the wicked, preferring to be classed
as a peculiar people than t > give
car to their advice, and gain their I
apphutie. lie carries with him t!i ?
fruit? of the spirit which are "love,
joy, peace, long suflb/ing, gentleness,
goodness faith, meakness, temper
a nee," and sheds around him alight
I which illumines the darkness of life,
i and points the erring to the portals ol
Heaven. "His leaf shall not wither;''
but he shall be "like a green olive
li ce in the house of God."
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BitANt'iivii i.i: S. ('.,
February 19th, 1879.
Editor Oraiiijebury Times:
I have been waiting to see if some
one would |?ivc von a fair statement
! of the municipal election held in tin-,
place mi the Hid inst., but as no one
seems interested enough to do so, 1
concluded to give you abrief state
ment in justice to all partio*. We
bad no political party strugglo, but
tickets of a local mittue. Tue ticket
beaded by 12. T. R. Smonk was got
ten uj> by Democrats, and before the
other ticket, and received over half
of the Democratic votes of the town.
I nil the ticket being Democrats, except
E. Green; The ticket headed by J.
t'. Reeves for Intendant was iir.-t
headed by W.U. lucdi-h Independ
ent Republican, and they tried to get
true horned Republicans t?> run on
their ticket, for the purp 530 of
strengthening it, hut they refused to
run. Mr. Reedish withdrew from the
canvass on Saturday before the elec
tion on the following Monday. The
party then put J. U Reeves on their
ticket for Intendant and called it the
Democrat ticket. It was a party
trick to get the whole of the Dctno
cralic .voles, hut in this t' _? " were
doomed to disappointment. After
the polls were closed the votes were
counted by one of the managers. Ho
made out 1(34, and as the poll list bad
only 111 names on it, 53 wero drawn
out, and the re.-t in the box tallied.
Nearly all of the Reeves tickets were
very small. After the tally was over
it was found that 114 votes bail been
tallied and only 111 names on the
poll list. No correction was made,
The managers declared the election,
and a part only of the ticket qualified
for the office. 'J here are at least 70
of the voters who say they will tr.ko
an oath that they voted the Smonk
ticket. This gives the Reeves ticket
11 legal votes, and the Smoak ticket
-'.) majority, which would, ban tho
box not been stuffed, have tallied with
Smoaks majority 29 or larger. Mr.
Smoak was our Intendant years ago
and was regarded as one who did
more "pro bono public" than any
Intendant wc have bad for years.
Fiat Jcsrmcn Ruat Con um.
. V> ... LA 11 x* M..
We meet as we have met before ?
In festive scene?two gallant corp.*?
With different names-?yet there arotiono
but will admit our purpose one.
We here present the names'to you
Uf these two corps?each number.) few
Yet from no duty do we~?hirk,?
We ready are todo_;ood work.
The tir-t we name an- dressed in white;
Their name is "KlliottV?name of might.
When "KiliuttV starr out on a tramp,
They so".d ahead friend Mellicbamp,
Wie? clears the way of every braker
For Foremen Sistrunk and Wannamaker,
De-Mars and Moorer, Dukes ami Browning,
With careful hands save stocks from drown
And Griflin, Martzog, fcichards. Meyer,
Will climb to ladders top ? and higher ?
(Than building in which keeps A Fisch?l
W lien followed close by Kansdale, Itisher.
While l7.1ar . Will) an I Peter Cannon,
'lie- Urigginann, Walker, Kobiuson
With Bryant, Kecvcsand MeKown's two
Nine active men?good work they'll do.
The active red -hirts are hut few ?
We now present their names to yon;
How to begin we will not parley,
But mention first F.x-l'residctit llarley.
As rest are named, prepare your smiles,
We give you Schachte, Garner, N ilen,
Sheridan, Slater, Henry Kol:n?
Are''Young Americas" nroll known.
from fire fiend we'll ne'er retreat
When led by Thompson, Cummings, Street;
Sehililcy "ill see the work well dona,
Though absent be John Livingston.
Dibble's three and Branson's four
Will most makeup the red shirt* .'core,
Ycsl rest assured we've not named all.
There's Ihdiver, Dautzler, J ohiinie Manie,
With I/.lar too, and .Surgeon "Cilly,"
And wc have a'most closed our tally,
But add the names of three ?their new?
Bill Champy, Jones, an?? Sorcntruc,
Aud last,as le ider out of trouble.
Our greatest man. friend F.d. S. Hubble.
The name of 1011iot is a link,
Uniting these two eorp?, we think,
May we aspire to his pure life,?
And 'twixt n> lie n there'll be no strife.
A Fair of Patriots.
Senator Gordon and Gov. Colquitt,
of Georgia, are doubtless patriots of
the purest school and statesmen of
the highest order of statesmanship,
but as financiers of other people's
money they have proven themselves
j magnificent failures, as can be nttes
i led by an army of poor helpless
1 widows and orphans. Gui. Gordon
introduced the Southern Life Insttr
j mice Company to the people of Char
leston, He had the rooms of the
Chamber of Commerce tendered to
him "e met a multitude of busi
ness men, and he showed them how
unpatriotic, how unwise, how foolish
it was for Southern men to insure
their lives in Northern companies.
II* organized a "branch'' of tho
Southern Life in Charleston with a
board of trustees, and carried away
by the plausible argument of the
great Gordon, tllQ trap was soon i*u!l
of victims. There were visions of
magnificent buildings to he erected,
abort and easy premiums to be paid,
and comfortable provisions for ouo's
widow and children after one should
have laid aside the cares ol busy life.
One poor fool who had scraped to
gether from his pitiful iucimo a
sufficient amount to pav the premium
on a policy which would have at lea-it
kept want, from the loved ones at
home, und had invested it in one of
the Northern companies, at once
t runs (erred . A hundred other, poor
fools followed suit. Then ihere fol
lowed three or four years of pimniiu
and scaping and saving to piv tho
premiums?and then came the simple
unnou nccment that the "Sou "diet n
Idle" had burs ted- Never a word
since then; not a word to the victims
who have been lleeeed out ?fall their
savings, and yet the promoters and
officers of "The Southern Life" are
not paupers, nor are their names un
known, nor their voices unheard in
the councils of the nation.?Sunday
SOltK.YfRUE & LOR YEA
Mc MAST ICR'S BRICK STORE
Are selling specialities, which cannot
be excelled nor equalled h\ aiiv
other Firn, in QUALITY "
and TRICE in the town
SIO.SI5:3tY ! HOSIERY!!'
I [OSIERY !!!
7 ecu Is a pair aud upwards.
Gentlemen arid Ladies
At prices that defy competition.
Uf I 'ry Goods,
Which wo will sell, until further
notice, at New York cost.
Remember also our
IL A. j>I 2? s
Which has proved to bo the BEST
LAMP in use.;
Vet?" Give us a call. No trouble to
SORENTRUE & LORY LA,
Proprietors of tho
sent 7 1>)7S rjrrt
By virtu'- of Sundry KxecutioiiK to rncdi
rect eil, 1 will sell at Orangeburg, (J. II.;8.
('., on tin- fifat Monday in March next,
during the legal 'hours of sale for c.-ish, tho
folio wing described property to wit:
Two lots on Kail Koad Avenue, meni
ureing fifty (r>()i feet front, and running
hack seventy-tive (75) feel each. Hounded
by Kail Koad Avenue, lot ol'^J. F. Wsv,
other land-.of Mrs. M. It. TreadweU and
.lohu Wai aw right.
Two other lots in the Town of'Orange
burg each e attaining eight acres more or
lc>*, and bounded l>v lands of H. Loni*, WJ
Oliver, I)r. W. H. T read well, Kdisto lviver.
and Public ltoad, leading lo Kivcr bridge.
Levied on as the property of .Mr*. M. IS.
Trcail well at thu suit of Theodore Kohn &
Uro. and George-JJo?ver.
Two hundred (200) acres of land more or
lr-s, bounded North by lands of Lewis
Sliulcr. east by Jobrt^S. Itowiuan, south by H.
Howniau and West by lands of Gabe Kerry.
Levied on as the property of H. *M An
drews, at the suit of Staloy, Armstrong,
Chadwick, and Hurst, l'urnell?& Cj.
All that plantation or tract of land con
I i iii:ii;one hundred and ten acres more or
I less bounded North by W. L. Wolfe, South
by lands uf l'\ O. Fairey, ttnst] by l.unW.of
Metis? Pukes Levied on a* the property o
W illiam I', Kivcsal the suit of William P
(Jp Tuemlav the 4tli of March next at tha
plantation of K If. lriek.
i >11? r Hay Horse Mule.
()no Kcd Cow.
One Hed Hull.
One Silver Watch.
I/Cvied on as the property of K. II. Iriek,
at the .-nit of Map A. L, Stoutlenraire.
J. H. LIVINGSTON, 8. t), ?.
Sheriff'* Oflice, Urahgcburg Co. S.
fob. 11 .St.