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Tlio Oraxigebui'g Times
TAItF YOUR CHOICE?
Betwcen the Times nt $1.00 for a
year; or tha Charleston Weekly Newa
nnd the Till?8 clubbed together for
This gives our farmers ns much
rrnding matter as they can digest
(luring the week, at the cheapest rales
Of Mr. J. W. II. Dukes Jr., in
another column und take heed.
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2Vow*? Tour C hancc
To buy a No. 1 buggy cheap. B
Frank Slater can suit. you.
The 4?mud jury Itcport
Which will he found in another
column is published by order of the
Adjourned indefinitely on Satur
day in com-cquence of the continued
indisposition'of dudge Ablrich.
In n XutMhell ?
If Robinson carries New York,
Tilden will be the man. If Robin
sou loses it, Ruyard will be the man.
The PlihtHkl March
Is the name of a new and excellent
piece of music sent us by Messrs.
Luddeu A Rates cd Augusta.
Tliul SlMMV Case
At Dr. Wanuamaker's filled with
the finest of pipes, cigars and cig
arette holders sab auty. Co down
and look at them. Prices reasonable .
'lhc Jl.j?m of the FxcurMioniKtn
Keturueil on Tuesday niglst irons
tlie ' *C i i y by the Sea," waiting for the
last tap of the drum to bring them
JIorsvM iiud NnleH
?wr. E. h\ Slater has on hand a large
number of stock which lie is ??Hering
nt from S?U to Now is your
chance to procure a good nag.
'Hie NN Iiitc Sewing Machine has
become so popular that Henry Kuhn
b:;s engaged one man to alten i to
J'alr! I air I! Fair I!!
.All is lair? the weather, the ladies
4iltd the Ex! ibilion. Yesterday was
a big dny, but to-dny is bigger stilt.
Come out, one and all, and enjoy
Are due Senator Hampton lor
jpt.biic deciiiiieiitf containing the lust
ai^oMige of the President of the Unit
?ed States and other useful iuforma
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NVc 4tre glad to note in the pro
?occd?aigs of *he Lutheran Syuod that
$200 annually has been appropriated
to aid in lib* support of the Lutheran
t hurt li in the town ol Orangeburg.
On Saturday before lust, as Col. D,
li. Rarlou was crossing the street, he
was knocked down by a wagon going
at rapid spec i, ami painfully bruised.
Such careless driving ought to ho
The Governor has appoi nted T K.
Legnre, Esq., of Fort Motte, a Trial
Justice, and; J. Ci Yose, Esq., one ol
his Aids witti the rank of Lieut.
Colonel. Better appeintiuauts could
not have been made.
Mr. Bascom Shulcr has scut up to
the Fair a specituen of marl or phoi
pbate, taken from b.s place about a
milo and a half from the Still tee. it
was'mdiscovered in excavating a wcli,
and is said to be good.
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On Monday, two vehicles in the
Yoik were run into by a bu^y com
ing at a wild and reckless rate from
the village. The second buggy was
upset and a lady occupant thrown
out ami considerably hurt.
The Penhody Fund?
The iTtatai Superintendent of E lu
catiou has been i a forme 1 that this
fund, which has hitherto been
applied to schools, will be withdrawn,
the plan now being to apply the.same
to the education of teachers.
The ".News and Courier" has com
menced a column of extracts from all
the country papers who will come
out for Bayard lor Ereeideut. This
oilers a splendid chance to be quoted,
and wo expect next wcok thattho
list will be considerably swelled.
Messrs. Colemau, Jacobs nnd others
iu tho Fork near Mr. Exum's still,
ou Tuesday night caught four Foxes,
which makes sixteen for them this
Our County Treasurer, is certainly
one of the best County officers
Orangeburg has ever had. We say
it because he richly deserves it. II;
does everything ior the dispatch of
business ami the convenience of tax
payers, mid keeps his office iu clock
Of Mr. F. b. Stan ton, of Orange
burg, are being collected by T. W.
Riggs, of Charleston, to be published
in book form about the 1st of Janua
ry. Mr. Stallten's poems are admired
wherever they have been published,
both North and South, and tho book
at SI will bo well wort'i the in ?i sy.
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Tho i:?liHlo Hille*
Held a meeting on Tuesday night
for the purpose of discussing the style
of uniform K.r the Company, but
were unable to come to u conclusion.
They will meet again foi the purpose
in a fortnight. They have tho rocks,
so that money is not a consideration,
What ?lo 3 oil Moan?
A Correspondent; Iro n Edgofie d
says, ''Judge Mae.1-'ay adjourned
Court nt 4 o'clock Sunday morning.
I hear the last hours reminded one
more of a mock session of the Legist a
lure than any thing else. It was
squally indeed. Nobody hurt how
(?ei-mnii 1 lianioiaile Tonic?
A tonic that til once invigorates
the Liver and Digestive Organs,
regulates the lioweU; acts upon the
Kidneys, opens the Poles of the Skin
and for nil Impurities of tho Blood,
it i.- unsurpassed. Trial bottles 1<)
cents. For sale only by Dr. J. (t.
<V r. Eroa lins a large supply of line
nieer.-chuum pipe-, ci/nr'*, eiguvtte
holders nicely ca ved. which he is
offering at bankrupt prices. B.-rsides
the above goods, you will find every
thing you want iu the cuke, candy
ami fruit line. Also groceries of
I>r. A.C. Dukes
Advertises in today's is ne his
splendid stock of drugs and chein ?
cala. at his new i rick store- He
always keeps ou hand the pureit au 1
most reliable articles. Living over
the store now, he will get up at any
time iunns'.rer loth* night bell Tins
is an old and r liable house and we
commend it to piiblio patron ige.
We liuderstaud lh:t the congrega
tions of Trinity (Lutheran) Church,
and Jerusalem (Methodist) have ap
pointed a Committee to arrange for
an exchange of their churches. Tho
plan would he mutually advantage
ous in consequence of the location of
the two congregation* iu reference to
"The Medicated Toilet Pow
A.> a toilet accessory and beautifier
it has no equal, it is warranted to
adhere better to the skin aud remain
on longer than other powders, Lilly
White or Tablet, in use. Ladies who
have used it regularly for years, pro
uouuee it the very be?t cosmetic they
ever tried. Price I? cents per box.
For sale by Dr. J. (i. Wanna maker.
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Cm.'ubm Hull Tournament ?
Messrs. F. W. Wagener et Co., of
Charleston, through their Agent,
Capt. T. A. Jeffords, have offered a
box <d line, segnrs as an additional
prize to the Team making the best
score at the Tournament. Hurrah
for Wageimr & Co! Teams will meet
promptly at lj o'clock r, M, this
day, at the store of Mr. P. G. Can
The IJe*t 1'ohI
If you want to have thebenelhs of
Democratic governm *ut practically
demonstrated go to the tax oliieo to
pay your taxes. Everybjly comes
away surprised and delighte I at the
sinallncss of thoir bill. Figures
don't lie. You in ty indulge as m ich
as you please, in 'generalities, but this
is figuring tho thing out.
We know a man who-e property
has been the same for the past ten
years, aud who paid $29.00 under the
Radical regime, paid $3 60 on Tues
day under Democratic rule. This is
coming dowu to hard pan pretty
rapidly. It only shows ho.v cheap
we can run tho government minus
the Radical stealing.
Read J. S. Sorcutr tie's adve rtise
ment in to day's issuj. His etore is
filled with dry goods, notions, groce
ries, hoots, shoos aud general mer
He has with him .Mr. B. P. Izlar
who will he glad to see his many
friends in this and adjoining counties.
Mr. A. L. Str?men is als?) with hin?
and is always ready to serve cu to Itt
ers. Stop in us you pass.
We are informed that the ladies of
the Presbyterian Church intend hav
ing a Fair during Christmas week
for the ben lit of the church, the
funds to be applied to the erection of
a parsonage. The object is a most
laudable one; and we hope will in ?jt
with abundant sueee-s. In faet noth
ing else may be exp.'cte I, for s tin ; of
the fair hands that coolribir.nl so
largely to the success of the Edistos
will be engaged here also.
Some weeks ago a horse was stolen
from Mr. Sain's yard Mr. Stuart
went in pur-uit of the stolen ani
j mal, and after a diligent search fdu t 1
him in possession of a colored man in
Edge field County, who got i im in a
trade limn a white man named John
Price, having given a mule in ex
i hange for him. Mr. Stuart caught
up with Price at Johnson's Turn
Out, and be has been placed in
Edgcfichi jail. Mr. Stuart has re
turned to Orangeburg with his h .rse.
Capt. .James S. Hey ward of the
King.-tree Star was in town during
the latter ? art of last week and re
turned to his duties on Saturday.
\\ e notice that Rev. W. S. Rich
uidson ul the Methodist Church who
wnfj ?cnt California some mouths
back in the interest of the denomina
tion i* hack again on a visit to our
Rev. A. P. Korrisol the Baptist
Church has also been m town during
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The Right Spirit -
The colored peoplo in thj B til Swamp
community are en leavoriu^ ti er^ct,
an arbor for religious worship, and
V. D. Bowman and T. K. Sasportas
have been appointed a committee to
so icit aid. We are glad to hear
from than that the whites of Orange
burg, Rowesville, Jamison's, Eewis
ville, and in fact, of all theiulerven
ilig country arc responding liberally.
We commend this spirit an I feel sat
isfied that its existence is more uni
versal than is gen .'rally believe 1.
The (? range Alive?
On Monday night a car load of 22
head of mules and horses artived for
the Grangers, and were taken in
charge by Dr. W. S. Barton. This
shews life in the order, and if a more
united spirit was manifested, savings
in eveiy lino could be effected. A
lew dollars saved on a single item
may be regarded as trilling, but when
we count up the dollars saved on
n any items it tells.
Dr. Barton informs us that in this
transaction at least !>0 per cent has
been saved, and that Middlepeu alone
has saved by it $;>?0
Iiiciricff h of Hie Fair
Have not been witnessed; but such
unparrallcled crowds at C. D. Korl
John's have never been seen. Stran
gers visiting town wott'd ask, ,-Is that
the Fair going on there," so enthusi
astic and delighted were the custom
ers of this underselling merchant in
their exclamations of joy at the bar
gains they were getting. Calicos,
homespuns, b teachings, shirtings,
tdiawls, c'olhing, hats, boots and
shoes, groceries and knick knacks,
and the thousand vtretem* only
known in Korljohn's store, went into
the humid of eager purchasers; and
yet the shelves were replenished as
they wire imp tied! Were be pus.
sensed with tut Aladdin's lamp, he
could not pci form so many astonish
ing feats of low selling. It ii the
marvel of the :u;e, this new life of
Forljohn's. He seems reckless of
! bis futute,and is determined to make
his fe low mail happy. L.mg may he
live It) b'e.-s those who have but a
lew dimes with which to ntase their
families happy! Remember his won
derful auctions. a
A damper was thrown >v?r the
Fair yesterday by the falling of a
window shutter from the second story
of the building, cutting a colore 1
man iu the head, from the effects of
which bo is lying in an insensible
condition with apparently little hopes
of recovery, aud wounding a colored
boy. Dra. T. K. Keller, W. 8. Bar
tou, M. G. Snlley and others were
promptly on the spot rendering every
possible medical ^attention. June
Smith was the name of the injure I
Another fatal accident oc curred iu
Vauces Township near Mr. John
'fates' place on the S.intee. A color
ed mnn and woman were playing with
a loaded gun which went olf discharg
ing the whole load into tho woman
from the effects of which she died be
fore Dr. A. C. Baxter, who was called
in, could reach the spot.
As we go to press we gather the
'acts iu reference to the Tournament
of C'apt. Hardens Company, which
took place at the Fair yesterday.
? very creditable number of Knights
entered the contest, and the prizes
weie wun as follows:
1st. Prize, Knight Perseverance,
G. B Kitt re II, $20 iu gold
2nd. Prize, Black Knight, \V, J.
Kittrell, $1U in silver.
3rd. Prize Knight - F.
Gariek, $5 in silver.
Miss Julia Carton was r-ovned
Queen by the successful Knight,
wearing hor honors with marked dig
nity ami grace. Shu was attended
by Misses Ida Houser aud Kitrell as
Maids of Honor.
'1 in Cup was received by Mr.
Frank Jennings with as much grace
ami good humor a; if it was lined
with gold and bestud led with dia
A .Stroll Through flic Fair
Oil Wednesday afternoon, the first
day of the Exhibition, we enjoyed a
stroll through the Fair, and felt
g rut died at the prospects of the occa
sion . We wete informell by the
chief clerk, Mr. E 11. Wannainaker
that 825 entries had been made,
which is in advance of previous
years. There is much more d versitv
than usual, and upon the whole the
Exhibition is deemed very satisfact
ory. Iu the short stay that wo made
it was impossible to make a proper
examination of the various depart
ments, and therefore our roa ler.-> must
indulge us until the next issue for a
In the stock department some very
fair specimens of cattle, hogs, she :p
and horses are to be seen.
In the mechanical lino we were
attracted by an ca-y chair, a speci
men of the ingenuity of Dr. W. S.
Barton, which could he arranged by
a simple contrivancj to suit any
posture that may be desired. We sat
in it, and it felt like an editor's easy
chair. In the same line we w ere
much please 1 with a specimen of mV
Kimmy's workmanship in ?v mo t con
venient and useful sale. Mr. Kimmy
seems to make a specialty of such
jobs and succeeds well.
UpMairs we could not begin to see
every thing, but our attention w as
called to an interesting re?c exhibited
by Mr. W. C. Moss in the shape of an
ancient newspaper called the ".Ja
zelte and Advertiser" published in
Charleston, July '4ih 1702. It con
tains some curious an.I interesting
Mr. George Sehiffley was very kind
in showing us the White Sewing
machine exhibited by Mr. Henry
Kohn, which did some splendid work.
The Domestic and the New Wilson
exhibited by Mr Theodore Kohn arc
both formidable competitors.
We only mention these things iu
passing, and do not mean them a) n
report of the ??air. Yesterday the
Tournament was the attraction ami
crowds were pouring into town.
To day the Class Ball Practice will
come off aud the Premiums will be
awarded. Next week we will give
the result when we hope to be able to
report a successful* affair in every
Eaktiiqimkb. ? The Winnsboro
"News" tnyj there was a distinct
shock of mi earthquake felt iu that
town about 8 o'clock on Sunday even
ing last. In some localities it sound
ed like a mere thump or thud; in
others ilwre was a tattling sound,
lasting several seconds.
Corrected every week by Messrs. iiui.i.
Fri?ay, Oetobor 487?.
Low Middlings. U]?
t Irdtnury. >S (<? n
1-odder, j ?er 100 lh?. 70
Rough Iticc.? 1 10
Do We Believ? in Witchcraft'.?
"I take the position that we do not, in its
broad sense, said a gentleman of years and
experience, and yet we find many of the
present day carrying a Buckeye in their
pocket through a find of super-union
when they wight he relieved by a few
applications of Tahler's Buckeye Pile
Ointment." This Ointment ia made from
the Buckeye, and is recommended for
nothing else but files. Try it. It will
cure you. Price 50 cents a bottle. For
sale by Dr. J. O. Wanna maker.
Taken in the Act.
Bister Jones culled on Klder Smith a few
evenings since. Being r. next door neigh
bor, ?lie entered his study unannounced,
and was greatly dhoeked at seeing him
taking a drink from m suspicion-* looking
bottle. He noticed her look o( inquiry,
und ?nid; " This, Sinter Jones, is Taoltr'h
i'ortalinc, or Vegetable Liver Powder, the
only remedy I have ever (blind for the
many troubles arising from n disordered
Liver. I can recommend it." Price ?U
cents. For sale by Dr. J. G. Wnnnamaker.
DR. C. McLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is pale and leaden
colored, with occasional flushes, or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
checks; the eyes become dull: the pu
pils dilate; an azure semicircle runs
along 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 cars; an unusual secretion of
saliva; slimy or furred tongue: breath
very foul, particularly in the morning;
appetite variable, sometimes voracious,
wdth 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 unfrcrptcntly 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, w ith 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 DOr.S not contain MKRCURT
in any form; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not capable of daing the slightest
injury ia the ?tost tender infant.
The genuine Dr. McLank's Vkk
MtFUGK bears the signatures of C. Mo
Rank and Fleming Pros, on th:
DR. C. McLANE'S
arc not recommended as a remedy "for all
the ills that flesh is heir to." but in affections
of the liver, and ia n!t Itttious Complaint*,
Dyspepsia and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No heiter cathartic can he used preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaJcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATION'S.
The genuine arc never sugar coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the lid with
the impression Dr. McLank's Liver Pills.
Fach wrapper hears the signatures of C.
McLAKK ami FleMINO Pros.
J Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. Mc
Lane's Liver Pills, prepared by Fleming
Pros., of Pittsburgh. Pa., the market being
full of imitations of the name flic 1jtitle,
spelled differently hut same pronunciation.
Rust Proof Oats.
Also a small lot of
Bust Proof Wheat!
This Seed was tested in Georgia
last Season and was a success.
JOHN A. HAMILTON.
A Octal WAX BEOGAN for SI,
A Good WOMAN'S SHOE for 90 c.
JOHN A- HAMILTON.
By virtue of Sundry Executions to me,
diiectcd, I will sell at Oningeburg, C. IL,
S. <'., t?n the first Monday in November
next, dining the legal hours of sale, for
casb. <?lie Six-Horse Steam Engine, also,
One < iitllelt Cotton Gin. Levied on as the
property of A. C. Norton, at the suit of
Otto Ti deman & Sons.
Sheriil 's Office, Orangchiirg C. II., 8. C,
Oct. Ith IS7JI.
JOHN II. LIVINGSTON, S, O. C.
oct 24 at
Mrs. J. Oakman, having occupied the
I commodious, residence of (.'apt. F. II. W
I Briggmann on Amelia street, will accom*
[ modatc a few Boarders. Rates reasonable
and satisfaction guaranteed.
a. m~ briggmann,
DEALER I If
Liquors and Cigars,
TWO DOORS EAST OP
D E SMOAK & CO
Now all ye people laraud near
To Briggmann 8 Restaurant repair,
When Hunger on your senses steal*.
And get your fancy Drinks and
The old, the young, the wise, the gar.
All who have mouey, aud can PAY,
Call on ra?? at my stand so new,
And I will do my best for you 1
f ive Hundred mcu are wanted now?
To unload schooners, (ALL know
The work, I'm sure, will never cesse ??
The pay is ju tt 6 cents apiece I
'1 hen come and get employment
For I would have it understood,
Without a ?ingla bit of fuss.
You'll get your money's Worth with.
oct3 1870 ly
?'Time und tick," hotli wanted are.
For Watch ami Clock km) j>ooplt here,
If tick you need, or time to ?et,
Just .saunter round to Chivictte.
Tor twenty years and two, ho'sspant
In learning how hin arid to know,
By ?pecial Providenoe he'? unt
To Orangcburg that art to ?how.
If a Watch will keep no time.
And if a Clock will give no tick,
'Tisjiist beciiiwe you've m'nuicd ihh line,
Which teil? of good work, true and quick.
If j our Watch will keep no time,
Co U> T. DeChiviette;
If your Clock will give no tick,a
(to toT I?e<'Iiiviatic.
"Tick and time" arc needed hero
Bv Farmers, Doctors, Lawyer*, all,
If lit im he true, then take good care
Du T. I). ChivieMe to call.
Hf& NOT1CK?All Watchea remainm;
widi me lor repairs on the lnt Nov., 1878,
will he xoU at auction if not called for Lo,
foie the tir.Nt Monday in December next.
jtdy 4 tf
jHricks For Sale.
100,000 first-dam Orangeburg Brick for
nab; at the Orangeburg brick Yard. For
particular* Ac, enquire of A.M. IZLARas
the Yard, or to
40 Head Horses
JUST ARRIVED AT
E. F. Slater's Stables
The above Stock is as FINE aa
ever brought into this State, and will
be sold at very reasonable prices.
The public is respectfully invited
to call and examine the same.
E. F. SLATER.
Established in 1871 by the Propri
etor, who is still ready and willing to
fdl orders in
BREAD, HOLLS, PIES
Of all descriptions.
Bv the BARRXL or BOX.
For Camp-Meeting? or any other kind ef
- Freuh Confecttonarim,'
Which will he ?old a* LOW as any that can
he bought in Orangeburg.
Thankful for the past patronage of say
friends and the public I still solicit a con*
tinuauce of their custom.
T. W. Alberfrotti,
Russell Street, next door te
sept 14, 1878?ly Mr. J. P. Barley.
!t'Ihe undersigned would respectful
ly inform the citizens of this and
adjoining Counties, that he has given
up merchandizing in order to give
his wl ole attention to
Will arrivo the coming week a
large lot of fine Harness and Saddle
HORSES which will be offered at
very reasonable prices.
Having many years experience in
the above business I feel confident of
giving full satisfaction to every one
who favors me with their patronage,
W. M. SAIN,
At the Old Stand.