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The Orajxgeburg; Times
TAKE TOUR CHOICE
Between the Times at $1.00 for a
year; or the Charleston Weekly Newt
and the Timeb clubbed together for
This gives our farmers as much
rending matter as they enn digest
during the week, at the cheapest rates
Wow's If our Chance
To buy a No. 1 buggy cheap. B.
Frank Slater can suit you.
The Great eat Paper
In the United States is the New
York "Herald," which is independent
in all things.
Vegetables and fish can be had at
Marion Jncksou's iu rear of postoflico
at all times.
Is the first Democrat who h.\- been
elected President siuce Buchanan;
and yet the bouth is trying to kill
A Xnughty Lawyer?
Wni. B. Bonner, au attorney of
Galveston, recently shot and killed J.
"Wheeler, editor of the "Banner" of
The White Sewing Machine has
become m> popular that Henry Kohn
has engaged one mau to attend to
Can be bad at Mrs. Oakman's
during Fair week at $1 ptr day for
the whole week, and at $1.50 for a
Our young townsman, W. F. Rob
inson, Esq., fell from his wagon on
Monday , receiving some injury to hit<
aim, but we are glad to see he is all
The following check? drawn by the
County Commissioners are ready tor
?delivery: Juo W Flake, Bufu? Fel
der, G V Patrick, C T Couuor, J O
A Connor, A F H Dukes, Caroline
At Henry Kohn's, one of the larg
est nod most beautiful assortments of
lady's neck-tics ever ofleicd in this
market. Ladies visiting the Fair
solicited to call aud examine.
The Orange Light Dragoons
"Will assemble at the Company
?parade ground on Saturday the 18th
of October, 1879, at 10 o'clock a. m.
for drill. By order of
N. N. Hatdkn, ('apt.
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The Ex c lira Ion
To Charleston on the S. C. R. R.
lext W'tdnesdsy, we hear, will carry j
xnany from our Burg to the "City by
the Sen." 'J he time allowed is six
?days, and the rate from here $1.50
tor round trip.
Mr. Kirk Robinson has just re
ceived some of the most beautiful
pictures we have ever sein, represent
iug hun ing, and snow scene*, aud
landscapes of every variety. Stop
and see them.
I>. A. Sain,
Of Lewisvillc, has just got iu a
splendid stock of dry goods, clothing,
groceries, liquors, ?fec, which ho
offers at the most rcasonab'e prices
to the citizens of that vicinity. Go
aud see fer yourselv es.
A Signal Light
Of such brilliancy has been put up
by the S. C. R. R. Company at our
depot that it is said it can he seen
from BranchviUe. We wish now
that the Company would still further
Jet its light shine by the payment of
its debts?we mean for stock killed.
We regret to learn of the bereave
ment of Mr. aud Mrs. Abiul Lathrop
on Monday night in the death of an
infant child. It may ho hurd for
them to give up their little one, but
it wiil be a consolation to feel that it
is spared the trials of a cold world,
and is safe in its eternal home.
Iu the town who desire to take
part in the Glass Ball Tournament at
the coming Fair, will hand in their
names to Mr. P. G. Cannon before
the 20th of this month.
Teams in the country who intend
to eater for the prize will report G?
W. G. ALBEBQOTTI.
The Court ffonoe Square
Is alive with Mr. B. Frank Slater's
new buggies. Now is tho tune to buy.
Mr. Luther Rickenbneker has
started a new store on Russell street
near the R. R. coruer. We wish him
success. He is a young man of ener
gy and enterprise, and deserves it.
Of Mr. B. Frank Slater have ar
rived. Loug strings of them were
hauling nil day on Wednesday from
the depot. They are equal to all
that bar been said of them. Go and
make your bargain.
Wo regret to learn of the severe
illness of Miss Annie Albergotti
daughter of Mr. T. W. Albergotti.
We trust that the disease may be
unested and that she may be re
t-torcd to health.
tiernuiu C'huniouiilc Tonic?
A tonic that at ouee invigorates
the Liver and Digestive Organs,
regulates the Bowels; acts upon the
Kidneys, opens the Pores of the Skin
aud for all Impurities of the Blood,
it is uusurpnsscd. Trial bottles 10
ceuts. For salo only by Dr. ,1. G.
D. E. Smoak & Co 's advertisement in
another column. They have in store
a fresh and varied supply of merchan
dise which they are selling at the
most reasonable figures. They have
also the best quality ot liquors, cigars,
itc that tan be found any where.
Cnii on iheru before you go elpcwlfere
and we warrant you will not c\?me
out without purchasing. ^
"IU? 9fcd!cuied Toilet Pew<^l
Ah a toilet accessory and beautifiur
it has no equal. It is warranted to
adhere better to the skio and remain
on longer than other powders, Lilly
White or Tablet., in Ute. Ladies wl o
Pave u?cd it regularly for years, pro
nounce it the very hot cosmetic they
ever tiled. Price 15 ceuts per box.
For sale bv Dr. J. G. Wanna naker.
New Appointment ?
Dr. T. R. Mahnte has resigned as
( leik of the Beard of County Com
missioners, and Mr. Ij. H. Waniip.
maker appointed in bis stead. Mr.
Wannamaker has bad much experi
ence iu this line, und we arc satisfied 1
will make an cflicient nierk. Iii*
health, for some time, has precluded
bis pin t hi pat ion in business, aud we
are glad to see that be is again iu
Our llivcr fliurieys
The surveying party ordered by
Congreu to tuake a survey of our
rivers has commenced operations
aud is now camped on the Watcrec
under Col. Worlbrcch The Conga
ree and the ?'autee will Soon be
reached and we hope the invc*iiga
tions and repoit to Congress will re
sult iu material benefit to us. The
object is to nscertaiu the cost and
practicability of improvement, aud
everything will depend on the report
cent to headquarters.
Occurred on our streets on M in
day and was renewed on the same
night with increased vchemeuce.
Words and even blows passed, and
a considerable crowd gathered on
Russell street. Finally ail bands
were arrested and carried to jail, and
after giving b il they were released
to appear at the Mayor's Court next
morning where a lively scene was
enacted. We arc glad to see tha
equal aud exact justice was done iu
their arrest by the police, before
whom there should be no respect of
persons, und no difference shown be
tween white or black, high or low.
Remember! Remember I!
Tho Edisto Rifles' Fair to-night.
Last night it was a complcto success,
and to-night it will bo more brilliant
than ever. The Indy admirers of
this gallant corps are doing up things
in pplendid order. The tables are
i!i.cly urrnnged and well liilel.
There will be many amusements
and interesting contests.
A magnificent Lady Washington
doll valued at 825, presented by Mr.
Van Lantech, of I burbston, will be
rallied at 50 cents a chance.
A walking cane will be voted for,
ut 5 cents a vote, to be pr esented to
the member ot the company who re
ceives the largest vote as the hand
somest man in the company.
A beautifully bound copy of "Ten
Byoott" ia also to be voted for at 10
cents a vote, !o be presented to the
school receiving the highest vote, to
be awarded to the moat efficient
scholar in eaid school.
Besides these things when one gets
tirid he enn sit down aud enjoy a h it
supper fur 25 cents.
We hope the Edistos wiB meet
with a brilliant suceess.
Boiling Spring Cnmp Meeting
This meeting has just closed, and
is said to ha\c been of unusual inter
? t. About sixty tents were occu
pied. The congregation was large at
the opening service, and eoutinued to
iucreuse till Sunday, when it became
immense. -A!any excellent sermons.
Twenty per* on* pie*i-utcd themselves
as applicants for church mcmbctship.
The following ministers were pre
sent: Rev Manning Brown, Presid
ing Elder, Prof. Duncan, of Wofford
College; Revs. McKibbon, Jiio. Mooch
Melton, Ferguson, Kountree, Price.
Boyd, Iuttb net, I eltus, Graham and
The Sunda> night sermon will not
be loigo ten for many years.
KnlglitN of Honor?
This popular order, which seems to
be rapidly taking the place of Insur
ance Companies, is in much favor
here, and is likely to increase in
popularity, now that the benefit, of
*2 000 on the life of Mr. I. R. Till,
who was a member of the Lodge here,
and who died sometime ago, has been
paid to Mrs. Till, according to the
benefit certificate. Sixty days from
the receipt of notification, by the
Supreme Lodge officers, of the death
of Mr. Till, a check, drawn on the
the Supreme Treasurer of the order,
*>as received by Mr. DeMars, re
corder of Oraugeburg Lodge, cashed
by Mr. J. C. Pike, aud the amount
paid to Mrs. Till.
s Like all Iusura"cc organizations,
they reserve sixty days within which
to pay a benefit, so that all business
having precedence may be transacted.
We learn that Mr. Till had been
a member of the order only about
five mouths, and had paid about
eight dollar*. The o.der seems to be
reliable, and is certainly the cheapest
Insurance offered to us. A whole
rate member insured for S2,000?-pays
about $20 per annum.
In consequence of tho sickness of
Judge Aldi ich, the Coirt adjourned I
over to Monday, Oct. 13thy at which
time the Judge, Solicitor, Sheriff,
Clerk, Tipstaff', Ac, put in an ap
pearance, and started the machinery
of the term.
On Monday, Judge Glover, in bo
half of the Bar, presented a pream
ble and resou lions in reference to
the death of the late W. M. Hutson,
E.-q., Master for Oraugeburg County.
After brief remarks by Judge (Jlover,
the icrolut.ons weie seconded by
Messrs. Wbaley, Izlarand Browning.
Judge Aldrich took occasion to
eulogize the deceased, aud ordered
the resolutio is to hi spread upon the
Journal of the Court, and as a further
maik of respect, directed the Stierilf
to adjouru the Court until Tuesday
morning at ten o'clock*
The billowing cases have been tried
and disposed of up to going to press :
Slate vs O M Strock, forgery?not
Joshua Mingo, forgery?
Oni H?ft" and A F H
Dukes, assault and bat
tery with intent to kill ?
" Jack Inabinet, assault with
intent to kill?guilty o|
a-i-aul L and battery.
" Allen Brown, rape?not
" Adam Jones, forgery?
nol. pros. j
" La u i a Smoak, larceny?
The Fair? 1
Persons intending to patronize our
Annual Oraugeburg Fair to be held
on the 20th, 00th and 31st of this
month by exhibiting stock will aid
the Directors very much by making
early application to Secretary J. L.
Ueidlman, and enpnge stalls or pens
lor Ihcii .stock. Don't put it oil'until
the last moment. Ily engaging stalls
early it will enable the President to
make all suitable arrange no tits for
tho accommodation of exhibitor's
The Premium list slates that en
tries for exhibition can be made at
the Fair Building on Mond ty and
Tuesday 27lh, 28th, and on Wjdn js -
day 20th, until 10 o'clock A. M. It
is hoped exhibitors will outer as early
ji? possible. Don't put it off to the
la it moment. **
The Directors are making every
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effort to make the coming Fair ono of
tbo most successful ever held in this
County. Will the people Becond
their efforts ? From the present out I
look we think they will, and that
their efforts will he crowned with suc
We are offeiing an extra bill of
attractive amusements during tb e
Fair; 1st a Grand Tournament; 2nd
Base Bail; 3rd Team Glass Ball
Shooting. Besides we expect every
Department to be fully up if not bet
ter than heretofore.
Tho ladies are preparing articles
for their Departments, and whatever
lbey attempt to do, they are sure to do
We are iu hopes of having exhibi
tors from our friends iu other Couo
tics. We expect them to vibit our
Fair, and to nee wbat we can do in
old Orangcburg County.
We expect to get excursion rates
during the Fair. By present arrange
ment of trains persons desirous ol
visiting our Fair can take the morn
ing train at Branchville and at all
stations along the line to Charleston ,
arrive at Orangeburg in ample time
to visit our Fair, spend a pleasant
day, and, if desired, take the h past 5
o'clock evening train and return
home same day.
The programme of arrangements
for Fair will be published next week.
W. F. Bahtom, President.
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We are gratified to learn that Mr.
Jacob Bolivet, who has just returned
to bis home in Omaha, af ter a short
stay in Orangcburg, J gives expression
to the highest opinion of our citizens
aud their hospitality. He made ga
favorable impression, and we bone
he will speak a good word for uc
abroad. It is oniy in this way that
the delusions of ihr North about us
may be practically dissipated.
The Orange Light Dragoons have
the honor to announce that, at tho rc
q not of and under the auspices of the
Directors of the Agricultural Asso
ciation, they have arranged a grand
Tournament t > take place, at tbe
coming Annual Exhibition, on
Thursday October .10, 1878, with t..e
Oih'curs of Tournament :
K ing?Capt N N Hay Jen.
llcral !?Lieut C W Culler.
Bugler?L B McCant*.
Judges?Gen Jas F Izlar, Major
John Se-lers, Col A D Frederick.
A O It AND I'ROCfcSSION
Of the Knights, in costume, headed
by the Baud in a decorated Wagon,
and escorted by tbe Dragoons in full
uniform, will be formed on the old
field and inarch through the princi
pal btrects of the city to tbe Fair
Grounds, where a grand
will take place.
Three cash prizes in Gold and Sil
ver Coin :fi'l be awarded to the three
Knights taking tbe greatest number
ot rings in three rides, chance of
three rings each ride. Time scveu
secouds. All questions of riding will
be decided finally by the Judges.
1st prize Twenty Dollars in Gold.
2d piize Ten Dollars in Sil vor,
od prize Five Dollars in Silver.
The list of Knights will bo iu
charge of Lieut. Culler.
Knights arc expected to be appro
priately costumed, n.s it is tho aim of
the Company as well as tha Dir.* tt >rs
of tbe Association, to m ike the occa
sion a grand and beautiful pagiant,
which will rcfLct credit upou tbe
Dragoons, and enhance tbo enjoy
ment of visitors to tbo Fair.
Do Wo Relieve in Witchcraft;?
''I take the position that we do not, in it*
broad sense, *aid a gentleman of ream and
experience, and yet we lind many of the
present day carrying a Ihiekeye in their
pocket through a Void of superstition
when they might he relieved by a few
applications of Tablcr's Ibtckcye I'll*
Ointment." This Ointment is made from
the Buckeye, and is recommended for
nothing else hut Pile*. Try it. It will
cure you. Price 50 cents a buttle. For
Male by I>r. J. U. Wannamaker.
Taken in fhe Aot.
Sister Jones called on Klder Smith a few
evenings since. Itetug ?. next door neigh
bor, she entered his study unannounced,
and was greatly shocked at seeing him
taking a drink from a suspicious looking
Imttle. lie noticed her look of inquiry,
and said: "This, Sister Jones, is Tablcr's
I'ortalilie, or Vegetable Liver Powder, the
only remedy I have over found for the
many troubles arisi'jg from a disordered
Liver. I can recommend it." Price 30
cents. Kor sale by Dr. .1. U. Wannamaker.
OFFICE OF CO. TREASURER,
Orangcburg, C II., S. C, Oct. 8th 1*79.
Tax Payers must hoar in mind that the
Penalties and costs will attach on and after
Friday October 31st 1879. No extension of
time will be asked for.
1 Treasurer Orsngeburg County,
Corrected every week by Messrs. Bull
Friuat, October 17, 1879.
I,?)?>,? Middlings. 9 %
Ordinary. . 8@8J
Fodder, per 100 U>s. 70
Rough Rice.$ 1 16
DR. C. MoLANFS
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is pale and leaden
colored, with occasional flushes, or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
cheeks; the eyes become dull; the pu
pils dilate; an azure semicircle runs
?long the lower eye-lid ; the nose is ir
ritated, swells, and sometimes bleeds ;
a swelling of the upper lip; occasional
headache, with humming or throbbing
of the ears; an unusual secretion of
saliva; slimy or furred tongue; breath
very foul, particularly in the morning;
appetite variable, sometimes voracious,
with a gnawing sensation of the stom
ach, at others, entirely gone; fleeting
pains in the stomach; occasional
nausea and vomiting; violent pains
throughout the abdomen; bowels ir
regular, at times costive; stools slimy;
not unfrequently tinged with blood;
belly swollen and hard; urine turbid;
respiration occasionally difficult, and
accompanied by hiccough; cough
sometimes dry and convulsive; uneasy
and disturbed sleep, with grinding of
the teeth : temper variable, but gener
ally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. McLANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
it does not contain mercury
in any form; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not capable of doing the slightest
injury to the most Under infant.
The genuine Dr. McLane's Ver
mifuge bears the signatures of C. Mc
Lane and Fleming Pros. on_ the
DR. C. McLANFS
are not recommended as a remedy "for all
the ills that flesh is heir to," bat in afTectiom
of the liver, and in all llllious Complaints,
Dyspepsia and Sick 1 leadache, or diseases of
that character, they .stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWABE Or IMBTATlOSfB.
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the lid with
the impression Dr. McLane's I.tvcR Pills.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
McLane and Fleming Bros.
? Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. Mc
I-ANE's Liver PtLl-s, prepared by Fleming
Brot., of Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being
full of imitations of the name McLflnc,
spelled differently but same pronunciation
Eighth Annual Session
Of this SC HOOL will commenco on
Course of Study and
DEPARTMENT A, $2 PER MONTH,
Reading, "Writing, Spelling, Elements of
Aritheiuetie and Grammar, History, Geo
I graphy and Elocution.
j DEPARTMENT 11, 52 50 PER MONTH,
! Composition, Higher Grammar, Book
Keeping and Higher Arithmetic added
to the Studies of Department A.
DEPARTMENT C, $3 PER MONTH,
Rhetoric, Philosophy, Algebra, Geometry,
Chemistry, 1/Ogic, Botany and Astronomy
added to the Studies of Department B.
CLASSICAL DEPARTMENT, 50 CENTS
I XT 11A FOR EACH LANGUAGE,
Latin. (Jreek, French, Roman and Grecian
In charge of
MiSS F. Ms. HELL1CIIA1P,
Til K ASSISTANT TF.ACilER.
&&T LiberalJJdeductions made where
more than one pupil attends from
BOYS prepared for COLLEGE or
The SEXES kept strictly soparato.
RIGID DISCIPLNE and high
MORAL as well as INTELLECTU
AL TRAINING maintained.
Public Examination and Exhibition
in May of each year. Close of
bessiou Juno 30th.
BOARD in good familus from $10
to 612 per month.
For further particulars apply to
S/lL&s R. Mellich lee-,
Orangeburg, 8. 0.
We are opening daily
Just in heautifnl CASHMERES
in ohu'k and all the fashionable
TufTettas, Silks, Satins, Diagonal*
in all shades.
Nove'ties in NECK WEAR
by every Steamer.
The LATEST STYLES and PAT
TE UNS in ail Goods.
Car You can secure more Elegance
and Kxcedcncc, and yet practice
than ever before."^!
Ikftutiful DRESS GOODS at 121
iu Linens and Lmg Cloths, we are
our COSMOPOLITAN SHIItTS at
at old Low Prices.
FurOUlfaud Young at the most r*?
Carpets in Large, Variety at very
OOiVLE and take ,ook ?*
The CHEAPEST and one of the
]'c-1 Sewing Machines in the Mar
Always on hand. Also Needles,
Attachments, Oils, Ac.,at Factory
MME DEMORESTS Fall and Win
ter Leliable Patterns on hand and
in full variety. |
I invite all to call and examine
my IMMENSE STOCK and LOW
PRICES. No fault will be found if
you do no t buy. Remember
Fn.diionable Dry Goods Emporium.
All person* holding old school claim* am
requested to have them registered during
tlie month of October or otherwise they
will Ik) debared regeatration until Octorbtr
D L. CONNOR,
of Orangeburg County.
Pcpt. 16th 1879.
Liquors and Cigars,
two noons east op
1> E SMOAK & CO
Now all ye people far and near
To Briggmann s Restaurant repair*
When Hunger on your sensas otsals,
And get your fancy Drinks aid
The old, the young, the wise, the ny.
All who have money, and can PAY,
Call on me at my stand so new,
And I will do my best for you 1
Five Hundred men are wanted now?
To unload schooners, (ALL know
The work. I'm sure, will never cease?
Tim pay is just 5 cents apiece!
Then come and got employment
[ would have it understood,
Without a single bit of fuss,
You'll get your money's worth with
oct3 1879 ly
The Lands of the late W. M. Hutwm
can be treated for at private sale on a
liberal credit. They contist of the Office
Lot, which < will b? sold as a whole or in
parcels to suit purchaser.
The Residence, on Russell Street, with
Two Lots on tame side of Amelia Street
and fronting it.
Ono Lot on opposite side of .imelia
Rov. J. l>. A. Brown, at the Rotidence,
and VY. P. MutRon, at the Office Lot, will
give everv information in relation thereto.
M. M. HUTSON.
oct 3 If
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