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THE OltANGEBURG TIMES.
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Merry, Merry Christ mu.s !
? Yes> we say merry Christmas to
all from the bottom of our heart.
"Why should it bo otherwise? Wo
are celebrating the day when joy,
light and truth were born into tho
world; the day of all others the most
joyous to the Christian heart. Iiis
meet and proper that we should cele
brate it with pawns ol joy, and as wo
make glad with affections offerings
v.-iihin the family circle aud from
friend to friend, our hearts should
swell with gratitude and love for the
Great Gift which has blessed man
kind, and of which these things are
but faint and feeble symbols. Nor is
the expression of gratitude enough.
We must i/o the will of Him who so
loved us that he made so great a |
sacrifice for us. He has not left us !
without light, but has bequeathed t)
us an ever living example in His
May this be our guide ami chart,
and as He forgave his rev tiers und
persecutors, may we learn freely to
forgive all those who injure us. Like
Him may we bless and curse u it.
If the association-! which cluster
around this day should elevate us
above the groveling things of time
into a purer atmosphere, and till us
with the joy which belongs to him
who has learned lo keep the com
mand "to 'ove God supremely and his
neighbor as himself," then we
have well said, "M Kl?t v, M::kky
"We are pained to chronicle the
death on Sutuiday last, of Mr. Calvin
Haydeu in ihe 8(>th year of his ago.
lie was buried on Sunday, when a
Jarge concourse of friends followed
Iiis remains to their last resting
]>lace. He has been for many years
3i member of the. Methodist Church,
?and for over 60 years a member of the
Masonic Order. Indeed he w is
**poken of as one. of the oldest Masons
ill the United States. But he has
served out the span of time allotted i ?
??WU-JUi*~4mcs8?is hViidictl irmHttr
lias gone to reap his final reward
which we have every reason to hope
will lie the crowu reserved for the
It is also with regret that we re
cord the burial at the Presbyterian
Cemetery on Saturday morning of a
little child of Mr. W. K. Crook,
which has been called among the
angels of light.
It is thus that we are reminded
lliat old aud young are alike subjects
for the grave, and that .we,should al
ways be prepared for our latter end.
i*ctit Jurors Drawn for Juttii
ary Term 18SO?
John A. F?rtick, John J. Salley
Jr., J. P. Martin, Preston P. Sh.iler,
A. Jeff Inabinet, Win. P. Had ley,
Charles Thorn, James L. Rast, .1. P
Phillips, R. V. McMichael, W. L
JShney, A. Elliott Darby, 1 ichard
Edwards, E. V. Haigier, L. M.
Wolfe. J. . W. Sellers, E. E. Bull,
John H; Jennings. Warren Hughes.
W. H. Brya?t. Paul P. Graniliii, A.
IN.. Wnnuamakcr, Geo. S. Bellinger,
James W. Horsey, J. M. Cope, Lewis
P. Collier, Wm. J. Fairey, L. M.
Whaley, Wm. S, Prothro, Joseph A.
Fanning, Morgan T. Smoake, W j n
Celd Gafney, J. W. Kntniiier, Thos.
IL Salley, Geo 11. Cui nelson, D. 1)
Confercnce Appointiiieiif s
Orangeburg District. M. Brown,
V. E.; Ornngeburg, O. A. Darby;
Orangeburg Circuit, J. C. Bissel I;
Br?nchvillc, T. Ra}sor; Providence
J. B. Platt; St. Matthews, E. Aul,I;
Leivisville, J. L. Shufi rd; Orange, J.
13. Mascebcau; Edislo, N. K. Melton;
Edisto Mission, M. M. Ferguson;
Grahams, J. A. Clifton; Williston
and Blackville, I). Z. Daut/.ler; Lang
ley, R. H. Jones; Granitevilie Circuit
Aud Missian, d. A. Mood; B u nwell
Circuit and Mission, to be supplied
by T. B. Boytl.
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The exercises of this school will
be resumed, after the Christmas holi
days, on January 5th, the first Mon
day of tho New Year. Punctual at
tendance on tho first day is important
for classification. Many thanks are
returned for the handsome patron age
of this school in the past, as well as
for the flattering encouragement
given lor the future. An assistant
teacher has been employed to meet
the demands of the increased patron
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N?vr Y?ar? Presents ?
Santa Claus mado his headquarters
.at KirKj Robinson's store this week,
where you can get just what you want
fox jour New Year's presents. Call
The Cl i rift mos tree at tho Lutheran
Churoh Christmas night.
In consequence of the Revival
meeting going on at the Baptist
Church, the Christmas tree there, has
been dispensed with, but tin; presents
will be given out to the Children after
tbe regular services, ami the occasion
will be made more interesting than
ever by short addresses from Dr.
Teu.sdale, ami other speakers.
This will take [dttce on Friday night.
??^mmmmamm- ? - - ???
Rev. T. C. Teasdale, I). I)., the
distinguished revivalist, ii holding a
series d' meetings this week in the
Ibipiist Church. He will preach
morning and night on Sunday, when
his tit in re appointments will bo. an
nounced. He is a remark able man
ami never fails to interest his hearers .
All are cordially in\ ited to attend
II? will preach next Monday
bight on tho fearful su bject of the
Bible Hell. Those who think there
is no hell, had better attend this ser
vice, ami listen to the urgumcnt of
this learned divine on this subject.
Lf there is tl bull, we had belter know
it, and endeavor to avoid it
Tho I*refiibj:teriiiii jFtilr
Is progressing finely. It is em
pbalically "a thing ot beauty and a
joy forever." The young ladies are
bur, the boys are oluver, and old as
well as young arc as happy as can be.
.Santa Chli s has come with a lull bag,
and will spread joy all around.
Is'ext week wc will give the par
Farmer*? Aid AMKOCiiltiou ?
'Ibis Association will hold its-Ith
Annual meeting on Saturday, Janu
ary 3rd ltfSU, hi the Basement ol the
Presbyterian Church. A lull meet
ing is earnestly requested.
. .- mm ? ? -
Mr. H. b\ .Slater has 80 head iu
stable, and ah ml. 40 bead n.i the way
here. runners lake heed to tbe
A 1?11 X IST K A TO It'S MALE
By virtue of r.r. order of the Probate
Court, I will sell at the late residence of
Win. II. Ulovr,''eceased, in Orangeburg
dainty, on the !Sth day of January next,
all the personal property of said deceased,
consisting of Morses, Mules. Cattle, Hogs,
Coin, Fodder, Poas, Itice. Potatoes, Ihiggr,
Harness, lloiisehold und Kitchen Furni
ture, farm ?g UlCudl-', .Ve. Terms, Cash
.1. II HOOK,
I>?c. 2h.i l-7!>.
dee 24 2t
Ity virtue of Sundry Executions to me,
diireted, I will sell at Orangeburg, C. II.,
S. C-, on the first .Monday in January
I880f during_?ia-Icg?! hours nfsale, for
cash, the following property to wit .
All thai tract or parcel of land, situate
in said County and Slate, containing
niiieiy-six (Obd noi'es, more or less/aiid
bounded by lands of.I S t' IloHtnan, 1> F
Thompson and J.Mfaus&Co. Levied on
as the propei tv of II I) I ookc, at the suit of
,1 A Cooke.
On Tuesday the sixth day of Jnnuarv
1880, tit the" Mill Iinuieh place of (borge
Kn?ver, in said Count.* and Stale, 1 will
sell, about 1?0 lbs. Seed Cotton,? ?00 Hid.
Fodder, f> bush peas, ami two acres of corn
in held. Seized mi us the. crop ,of Lewis
Until', under warrant or Lien to Georg?
On same day at same place, about 20
hush, eorn.?on ||,s. Fodder, 10 hti-h, cotton
seed, and live stacks potatoes. Seized onus
the property of Charles Felder, at dirMiit
ol D A 8lraker. Terms -Cash.
Sheriff's Office. Orangeburg O. II., S. C.,
Dir. l?, Ls7t>.
.JOHN 11. LIVINGSTON, S. (). C.
dee 10 ;il
Mnyor ol Charleston,
But don't let that deter you from calling
when in Town, on me, to see my .Vtnck uf
KxcVtor Jewelrv ami Plate I Silver Ware,
suitable for Christinas Presents. All goods
not on hand, will be ordered, at lower rales
l linn regular ret til prices.
All Watches left villi me foi repairs, nol
called for before January I-I ISS0. thai
have been done over one year will besohl
"No iiho IbflM-inlof's I ok
unless von want to lind the liio-l i*.KLIA
BLE i'LAUH in Town In buy Jewelry.
Sec lhe wonders of the day, an
Automatic Show Case.
Which turns all day, the ruby giving you
a better chance, to select what will -nil
yourself or Friend I can supply al
classes, from the poor to the rieb, und vet
-till another line lot of Excelsior JeWeln
ju-i opened for inspection. I can under
sell any one .South, with lhe same ipialitv
h?ls from 25 els. to J?26. All other good*
\V. F. ROBINSON,
uov 21 ly
OPERATIVE AM) MECHANICAL
I5y I>r. I/. S. WOLFE. Office over
I>. Louis' Stoie. Satisfaction guaranteed
iu all operations.
8^y* Teeth extracted without pain, I?)
the u?e of Nilroim Oxide 'las.
A U i; 'J1 B O IS K E1* IN 11?
T. G. HUH HELL
WILL ATTEND TO THE SALES of
Real Eptnt?,. Personal-PiopertVj Ac, Pub
lic ?r Private. BunillCSfl entrusted to him
will hp promptlv attended to.
Oraiigehurg, So. Cn., Dee. 1st 1870.
[ nor CS lo70.
In compliance with Decretal Ordern made,
by the Court of Common Pleas for Or
nngeburgCounty, I will kcII at Orange*
burg Court House, on Moiitluv, January
.r)th, 1880, within the legal hours, th?>
Rial Kstate particularly described in
each of tho eases stnled below :
Hubert Young vs. I)emp.-ey Udrdncrct at.
All that plantation or tract of land eon
taining one thousand and sixty-111 no and
one-half acres, more or le-s, situate, lying,
ami being iu the utility ami State of South
Carolina.' on Hull Swamp, waters ol North
Ktlisto Hiver, ami hounded on llic North Ivy
lands of O. Ii. Hilev. on the Hilst by lands
of the Kstate of Freeman I lookt?r, on the
South by Mr."?, I lmer und I". Robinson,
and on the West by land- lately owned by
ti. t). Kolt't and recently purchased by
F.dward Willis, Trtutce. Terms?One-linif
cas'i and tin; balance on a credit oflwelvu
nioiilhs, purchaser lo given hood lor said
balance bearing interest from the day of
sale and a mortgage of the premises, also
lo pay for papers an 1 recording, and in
ease any purchaser ahull fail to comply
with the terms of stile the premises to be re
sold on the next succeeding wiles "'ay upon
'.be same terms and a' die former purchaser's
Oeorgc Rolivervs .Tames Manigd.
Ail ibat tract or parcel of land, situate
lying and being in the Cotinly of Orange -
burg aud Slate aforesaid, containing sixteen
and one-halt' acres, and lioHtuled on the
North and ICstsI by lands now or formerly
of Ira T Shoemaker,on the South by lands
now or formerly of John Dan old, ami on
the West by lands of .lames Urow'ii.
Terms?(.-ash, purchaser lo pay for papers
George H. Concb i vs. August Fischer,
Charles It. Jones ami ?>. L llcidtuiau.
All that certain lot or parcel of land
situate, lying and being in the town of
Orangchurg in the County and Sta'caforer
said, on the North side of Amelia street in
sai'l town (with dwelling house and other
buildings thereon) fronting and measuring
on saiil street one hund red und one (101)
feet, more or les-?, and running back three
hundred and flirty (5>40) feel, more or le?.s,
and bounded on the North by lauds of /_
('humpy, K.ist by lot of the Haiti (.ten H
Colielsuii. Soutji by Amelia street a I ore aid,
aud West by hits of A Champy, John A
Zciglor. Jr., and KstaO-oi' I'heodoe Miney,
deceased. Terms?'hie-half rash, and the
balance on a credit of one year secured by
bond ol the purchaser ami ii mortgage ol
the prrini-cs purchased, purchaser to pay
for paper.-, and recording.
Ann M. Millions. RciiHon Tarr?ltt, Ad'mr.
et al vs. Thomas I'.aysor. .Tames \\'illiains
All that certain Intel of land which .lohn
K Millions in his lifetime agreed to si II to
j Henry Millions, containing I wo hundred
(,-00 J acres, more or less, boiimled bv 1 mils
of .1 1' Holen and I he ICstale of t Ii6 said
?lohn Ii Millions.
All that certain tract of land which Un
said ilohll K MMilOlls, deceased,reed lo
sell to David Kennerly, containing one
hundred and thirty.four acres, wore or less,
(and ktio'wii *>*:i a purtol the II H Honiiett
tr.iet on tireal Hrauchj ami bounded bv the
same Hoiinetl,-Sharperson, lUitch
intoti and Salb'y Itounett tracts.
All that certain tract of land which the
saiil John It Millions, deceased, agreed to
sell to .losiah Chaviri (being a part of the i I
H Itounett tract on tircat Hrauchj contain
ing two hundred and twenty acres, more or
less, lying North of the Ninety-Six Hoad
w hereon the stiid Josiah Chavi.i resides.
All that certain tract of land which I he
said ?lohn K Million*, deceased, agreed to
sell lo David mid Joseph Sharporson, who
afterwards assigned the same to Mary A
?letlunut, i being part of the II II Itoniiett
lands on Oreal Hraneb ) bounded North bv
landsofJIW Webb. Kort ??> liuids of \\ A
Maokey, South by laud* of Jc?o t.'larson,
and >\'esl by lands of James I'Ji tchtngton.
TerillH- -One-third cash, balance on a credit
of one and two ('.!) years purchasers to
give bond hearing interest front day of stile
lor said balance, with a "mortgage of the
premises, purchased, ami to pay lor paper.-,
Caroline L. Stroinan and others, Fx'rs vs
AM that tract ot land situate in the County
ami Stan- iiforcsuid, on either side of the
road leading from John W Dunldcr's to tin
State Itoad, containing one hundred and
lifty acres, more or less, w ith the improve
ments, and adjoining lands of Jacob l>a:ii/.
ler. John I. Moorer and lamb assigned to
John W Ihuitzler its n homestead. Ternis:
Cadi enough to pay $0Vi '.??*> and interest
ami frosts and expenses of sale, balance on
a credit of ?nie. two and ihrer ye;u>secured
by bond and mortgage, pureha-e rs t(? pav
;or papers and recording
T. W. (JbOV Kb'.
Master's Otlice, Orangehurg, .V. C., |)ur
dec in :ji
N E X T WEE K
The subscriber will have, iu addition to bis already crowded Stock, a
full supply of goods from Which
Can make bis selection of presents for both the Little Ones and the Old
Folks. All who arc iu search of Iloli?ay PresentH
My Establishment where you will lind a large assortment of Books, Sta
tionery, Vases, Toilet Setts, Clips; Saucers, Chromes, etc. A lso a lino assort
ment of Silver Ware. Jewelry and Watches, at ptiees cheaper than they
can be purchased elsirthere iu
Don't lail to give nie a call before purchasing your Christmas aud New
Your wives, husband*, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, sweethearts and
the little one-j happy. Remember the place, for Old Santa Claus will make
For tbe Holidays, this year
KIIIK IKilllXSON'S BOOK STORK.
(Late of (he firm of SO Tl R $ T flV K Sl LORYAE,)
invites the public to call aud examine his stock ol
Consisting of n lull lints of
DRY GOODS A.lSrI3 NOTIONS
Boots anil Shoes,
Cigars nnd Tobacco,
Which will bs so'd at astonishing Low Prices. Call and see for yourself at
"Proprietor of the "CALIFORNIA. STORE."
N. B. Messrs. Benj. P. IZI.AR and A. L. STROM AN are now with
me und will he pjeased to see their many friends and customers.
Is HEADQUARTERS for
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods!
Having greatly increased his usually Large Stock, all the Novelties in
DliLSS GOODS, a Lame Variety of Black and Colored Costa
meres, Lustn s and Suitings.
l strong- points
That i o mbri j if set t: (ion is nl'owed, and any Child. ca,) trade with as
much Confidence'its uti experienced Shopper. Our Line of
CLOAKS and POLMAKS to which we invite
the Inspection of the Ladies.
A WORD TO THE WISE !
When in search of good Shoes or Boots, just take a look at my Stock ol
Philadelphia Hand-made. The Selection of this Stock wns made
with the view of meeting t very Demand, the various
Tastes, and prices from 25 cents a Pair up.
BULLDOZING WON'T WIN!
AH we ask Young Man is for you to look at our Suits of CLOTHING,
Medium and Fine. Our $10 all Wool Cnssamere Suits is the
JiO!?S? Also a Largo Assortment of Chil
dren and Boys School and Dress
Agent for BUTTERICK'S. PERFECT PATTERNS.
White Shuttle Sewing Machine
Runs Lighter. Wears Longer, Runs Faster, Sews Detter, Never Fails, al
ways Ready, Best Made, Best Material, nil working parts being Case
Hardened, an I a Written (?tiarun'cc under the Seal ol the Company
given tor -r> Years with eve ry .Machine.
DON'T YOU FORGET IT!
Wc beg to extend to our Patrons and Friends a Cordial Invitation to
call and sc ? us.
DRY GOODS BAZAAR.
"Something new i
In addition to the LARGE and Elegantly assorted stock of
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c.
Also (3 ifi (>CE BSIIOS <>f tbe BEST QUALITY, Cheaper
than they can bo bought any whciethe. The FINEST and BEST Stock ol
Whiskies, Brandy, Wines, Gin, Rum, &c,
The PRICES of which has just been REDUCED 20 to fiO cts. per gallon.
D E, SMOAK & CO.'S
Utivc fillctl up lluir upstairs and laid in a STOCK of ,^5000 ?f 1'1C
BEST, FINEST ami CHEAPEST assortment of
To he f? und hi twcen Chnrlc.-tou and Columbia. If you arc in need of a
Suit at any price, Pants, Coat or Veal. Don't fail to seo them before
.lust received J.5Q barrels FLOUR "hieb will besohl CHEAP
er than the tamo quality can be bought in Charleston, to make room for
200 barrels lo be in first November.
Best RUST PROOF WHEAT and OATS on hand.
D. E. SMOAE & GO.
I will receive on or before Sut?r
day, Nov. *2?th, 1879, one
CAR LOM) J10RSES.
Iwill uIho keep oortttlttrttly
lioild, during the Season, a troll iwtect*
ted Ktock of HOUSES and MULKS
PRICES lo .suit the times.
Those needing STOCKJ will do w?Itto>
MY ST A
ami BUGGIES, Bitray?on hand.
"R. Frahic Slater.
nov '21 6"?
Having recently in't>ved into toy
New ?Store, I would beg lean1?rf in
form my old fr'muds and tbo publib
generally ibat I have and wilt- cOd|;
tinuc to keep on baud tbo
liest Paints mid Oils, / -
Lamps and Fixture*,
Fines! Cigars and TobadCo?,-.
Plain and Fancy Can?liei, .
And in fact, everything usually kept'
in a fust class
I also occupy, with my family, tb*
rooms over the store, and therefore
will be able to put up prescription!
at any and all hours during the night.
See bell on front door.
A. C. DUKES, M. O.
octSl 1879 lr
We are opening riaiiy
Just in beautiful CASHMERES
in nlack and all the fashionable
Taflet tas, Silks, Satins, Diagonal?
iu all shades.
Novelties in NKCIv WEAR
by every Steamer
Tbo LATEST STYLES and PAT
TERNS in all Goods.
&v" You can secure more Elegance
and Excellence, and yet practica
I ban ever beforr."Yj3R
Beautiful DRESS GOODS at 12?
in Linens and Long Cloth*, we are
our COSMOPOLITAN SHIRTSat
at old Low Prices.
For Old^and Young at the most fea
Carpets in Large^ Variety at v?ry
CO]\:tl^ nutl h?k? look at
WILSON Lit HTtftifG
The CHEAPEST and one of the
Best Sewing Machines in the Mar
Always on hand. Also Needles,
Attachments, Oils, etc., at Factory
MME DEM QUEST'S Fall and Win
ter Reliable Patterns on hand and
iu full variety.
I invite all to call and examine
my LMMENSE STOCK and LOW
PRICES. No fault will be found if
you douot buy. Remember
Fashionable Dry Goods Fin porlOra
40 Head Horses
JtTST ARRIVED AT
E. F. Slater's Stables
The above Stock is as FINE as
ever brought into this State, anH^Vill
be sold at very reasonable prices.
The public is roipectAtlly ittvited
to call am! examine tbo same.
E. F. SLATER.
Harbor und Hair l>rcHH?r,
Nearly opposite Bull A: Scoviilo
Guarantees Satisfaction iu his liuu of
business. Tatronngo resp?ctfullT