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The 'Orangeburg Time?
L O C .A. Hi
Arrangement with the Noes and
Courier is working charmingly. By
it two paper, the Weekly Neu.'* and the
Tmis is obtained lor the incredibly
email sum of $2 50, and the subscrib
er gets as much reading as he can
digcit the whole week.
For a complimentary to the Grand
Ball at Lcwisvilleon Christmas Day.
The names of tho Committee were a
guarantee of success.
Tue ^riint Itoou?
Is kept alivo by '.he great boomer
Vooming around to show himself. lie
is now advertised for Charleston
Augusta and elsewhere.
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Will be phased to notice that Dr.
Teat-dale will preach for their special
benefit on Monday night. It will be
at the opening of Court, and an
appropriate time for good advice. Let
all turn out.
A New YcuITn Dinner
Was enjoyed by a happy company
at Baxter's, formerly Merouey's I
Hotel yesterday. We acknowledge
a complimentary from friend Baxter,
but regret that business prevented
our attendance. Good lack an I
prosperity to this popular house.
Huriied io Dcnth ?
A colored man, named Paul Hurt
sell, living near llollman's Bridge,
in the Fork, went into a neighboring,
house last Friday to make up a lire
ibr eoiue little children, when he was
taken with a (it, fell into the tire, and
was burned to death.
A little son of Mr. B. F. Thomp
fon was thrown from a wagon by a
horte taking fright on Wednesday,
ami had his arm dislocated. It wits,
however, set by J)r Hydriek, and we
are glud to hear that the Ihlle fellow
is doing very well.
A^lng Royalty ?
In imitation of Bismarck and other
crowned heads of :lie old world, the
expectant third termer sent a dis
patch to the citizens of Augusta who
were preparing for him, over the sol
itary ami significant signature?
About 1 (/clock on Christinas
uight, the kitchen of Mr. J >siah
Brunson, near the railroad, was burnt
down. Happening at such an hour,
the alarm wae not generally given,
and very few knew anything of the
matter until next morning.
Of Mellichamp's school will be re
Kumcd on Monday. The pupils should
be prompt in re-aflscmhliug. Time
lost cannot he regained. Boys will
be prepnrcd at this school for any
college they or their parents may se
lect, and g'nls fjven a thorough
Itow on Saturday?
On Saturday afternoon the colored
people became disorderly on KusseII
street, and a number of them wete
arrested and takeu to the jail. On
the way there were some efforts at
resistance, and a corresponding num
ber of knoc'-. downs. These disturb
ances arc becoming too frequent.
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A Faithful Steward
It is a source of gratification, not
only to his own denomination, but to
the community at large, that Rev. < >.
A. Dtirby has been returned to
Orangeburg by the Conference. His
broad and liberal views, and hi- pow
ers as a preacher, n.s well us his ex
emplary character as a citizen arc
We are pained to learn of the death
of Miss Addie Vogi on Tuesday at
the residence of her brother iu law
Mr. Samuel P. Wells in hmvr St.
Matthews. She was a young lady cd"
remarkable intelligence and fore; of
character, and combined with all a
gentleness of spirit that caused her to
be beloved, in every circle in which
she moved. The sad intelligence of
her demise will be received with sor
row by her mapy friends. The know
ledge of hpr Christian life will how
ever be their comforting si la.ee.
Wo aloo regret to hear of the d ath
at Lewisville on Wednesday of Mrs.
W. B. Mack, an estimable Christian
lady. Our deepest sympathies are
with the afflicted family.
Wo received an invitation this
week to attend tho 21st birthday cele
bration of ono of oar old pupils,
which wo accepted aud heartily ap
preciated. A happy company w.n
assembled when we arrived as joyous
ns"tnurriago bells." We congratu
late you friend Dan on your ar
rival at manhood ami hope you will
live to be a useful citizen in your
day and generation.
I ntal Accident?
On Christmas day a son of Mr.
Marshal Aniuker, a bout lo years old,
went to the store of Mr. J need) Cook,
and leaned his gun against the door
steps. Dicking it upon coming out
it lired oil' and struck him in the
bead, fracturing the skull The un
fortunate young man lived until
Saturday morning, when he died. Our
sympathies are with tin n?Tcted
A SusplfioiiH Vitsit ?
Mr. M. W. Uliner, having nccasio i
to go into Iii? yard about 1 o'clock on
Monday n ght, as he reache I the
second steps heard tile clicking of
n gull. On looking a roll n I, he saw a
man with a gun in his hand b.diin I
a [illarol the boin-e Tinning logo
back into the house, the man gave a
whoop and disap peared. The party
is known, and step* will be taken for
his arrest. Two others were also
>3 rs. Amu .1 etc out
On Long Ibanch, went on Christ
mas eve I" her brother's, about <>n ;
mile trom her redduueo, to help hi in
butcher, when lie.rhou.o was br dceu
into and robbed of $27 ?>!). pair hi.ink -
ets and ecveiul articles of value. T.iis
is very h?a\y on Ibis holy, who is a
witlow, and we hope the parly will
be appiintended. He is supposed to
be n i tn> ii : n ftoin the [Vniieiit'ary.
He h <! also robbed a house a bo it M
miles above Mrs. Jclcoat's, and was
i?? 1 ov.? d th wn lo her l.oti.-e.
Wlto W> it* ?2 it" I be a Mujcr Hoy?
'J he 1'.til.-tos have g'?t their ne.v
unif..rin, and !i is u "tbitig of hcatttv.
We :tic Mil -If: it will make iho ug
lieft hoy h-ok handsome If you
want to be pit it}, we say then join
the Edistos. liver} It How ih.it puts
tni thai uniform is bound to gel a
ewcctloari 11 uI we miau n i joke
:il cut it; our boys ire now wcli
enough clad in app ar iu any com
pany, ami we expect,when lb. ex cur?
Hon days come again, in see them go
abroad and do honor lo our Hu g.
On Cbri.-lmas morning two 1 oys,
Shelly Scoville and Ciiliord Oliver i ,
ubouI 12 years old, were playing,
when a small pistol in the hands oi
tin." lurmcr, supposed to he uniotdc I,
lined off accidentally, ami tbe ball
entered the ki.ee o! (ho latter, in
dieting a rather painful wound. The
hoys nie true and tried friends, ami
it was dillici.lt lo cay ait..r the acci
dent which was the m ist hurt. Dr
M. C Salicy cxtracied the bull, and
we arc glad tu se,. ilml his y<?uug pa
lient is out on the street already
About a mouth ago, while Mr. A
W. Thai in was absent from home, a
rogue eel lire to his corn house about
bid lin e, uial had it not been lor the
presence ol mind and courageous
action of his wife aud sisters, who
rushed out ami put out tbe Hum s,
the residence and othci buildings may
have hem dcslroyctl. An eilbrt was
also made to burn the residence, as a
bundle ol splinters, arranged aud
ready for igniting, found under the
hou.-e, afterwards proved The rogtio
is said to be known, and we hope he
will be brought to justice.
.Siiuilny .School KxcrciMt'*
Took place on 1'rid ay night lit the
llapii.-t Church. Dr. Teasdulo gave
one of his substantial ami excellent
talks to the young on the occasion,
spicing ii with some admirable advice
to parents on their duties. Alter
Dr. Teasdale, Kev. T. \\ . Melli
chainp, the pastor, also addressed the
young ones. Alter the addresses the
children were till made happy by
being presented with appropriate
presents. Alter these gifts were dis
tributed Dr. Mydrick, on the part ol
the Su.olav Scho.il and the friends
who had contributed, presented Kev.
Mcllichamp, I he pa.slor, a handsome
overcoat, a pair ol gloves and a pair
of hoot.-, us a testimonial ol their af
fection. The latter, who was taken
completely by surprise, responded in
a lew feeling remarks, acknowledging
with gratitude his bind treatment, not
Qlily by bis own, but by tbe cotnmu
uiC/ fit Iftrge.
A correspondent from tiiis place
Christmas 1ms been a jolly one
down hero ill some respects. In
others it has not been si Paradise.
Parties upon top of parties have been
given, and enjoyment after cjoyme ut
has been had; loves after loves have
been pledged tfud plighted; hearts
niter hearts have been won and lost;
all are happy no .v !
The. series of Christinas parties
here were grand. The most recherche. I
was the ouc given ai Mrs. it's on the
night of the 21)th, Following close
on its heels was the quiet und spien? j
did entertainment of Mr M., in which
old and young engaged. "All went
merry as a marriage Holl !"'
A Curd of Thank*?
The l.udics of the Presbyterian
Church who hud iu charge the l*\iir,
which look place on the 22ml, 2Urd
und 24th of December, beg leav?* to
return their sin crest thanks to the
First. To the Ladies of other
denominations who bo kinkly a-sisted
them iu conducting this entertain
Second. To the Pr-'.ss, whose
columns have been open to their free
Third. To the Merchants, Fac
tors ami IViends,'in Charleston, Palli
um re, Boston, New York and Seneca
Palls, who so nobly and generously
answered their appeal
Fourth. To one ami all, at bom p
or abroad, who, in any way whalov -r,
contributed io the cause, thereby
making it a grand succvSS.
Ur. TeiiKdale'H Appointment*.
Dr. Teuidalc give? one of his in
imitable Jiilde Headings every urnm
i lit; a I 11 oYlock. 'I hose w b.> do not \
hear those readings have ttu idea
what ihex are losing.
To-night .Friday; the Doctor will
picaih on "Sit.in.rs' Fixe uses :?i nut
Si i vii:g God ." j
Tt-inoiioxv night he will prea?di on]
"The P. n?er ol Grieving the Holy!
Spirit Foiever Away."
On Sunday morning he w ill preach
on ' Cod s Expostulation with Sin
(>n Sunday night he will preach
ou ''The General Judgment."
Ai.d ?n Monday night he will
j ilelivc." a ''Foreiado DUt'ourse*' for
the beneftt A the neu l leinen of the
legal profession. j
His discourse ou Saturday night
l>:st, on "Keeogiiiti u in Heaven,"
was Iii'cd with a pathos and power
which kept his audit net* enchained,
and that on Sunday night, from the
tcM, "It the righteous scarcely be
saved, where shad the ungodly and
the sinner upprarV" was a mustcrpieoo ,
ol * u I j it eb qiu nee.
'J he ilist oUr.-cs nil Tuesday and Wed
j noday nights to y? ting ladies and
yoi.ng um n v.ere Iii .i d with wholesome
advice, poimcdlv g veil, and it is to
be reg i'i tied that a larger number
were Hot < ut t:> enjoy them.
The Fair I.umI U'v.ek.
We promised last week to give the
result of this chaining Festival,
given for the erection of a Presbyte
rian parsonage, which, our reader
will he pleased to know, turn" I out a
complete success. As indicated in
our previous issues, as well as in the
card of thank- p-ildish*:d t> I iy !>*?
the ladies, the patronag's and usd.u
uncu of frien Is, i? >t'i at h? n ? ail
abroad, have by.m iu >-.! gener ? is, and
wi.l ever be appreciate I by th ? c > n
The zeal wi'h which the ladies in
charge of the various ? ubP\ an I the
young ladies and gentlemen with the
voting boxes performed their duties
ai ?1 pressed their claim-, was highly
e mmeiidable. Nothing, however,
could be more- iiiteiesting and lamia
hie than the ardor and Christian love
iu which all the denomination! work
cd together lor the end in v ew.
The net proceeds aggregated the
handsome .sum of $SfS(>. The Voting
lor the silver trumpet was exciting
and spirited to the end, when the en
t!iu-ia-m cropped nut in hearty
che? rs. One hundred ambseveti dol
lars were realized from this source
alone. Tho Elliotts were the win
ners, receiving (?10 votes. The Young
Americas received dn? voles. The
chair for (lie ministers brought $M04,
and was gained by IIcv. J F. Ktscr,
of the Lutheran Church. Th ? hat
for the most popular young la Iy was
won by Miss Fannie Noiii.-, and
brought S10. The dressing-gown for
the professional men Icll to Dr. M.
G. Salley, and brought 814, The
cake voted for the married ladies was
received by Mrs. J. C, Piko^ aud
readied 37.40. Miss Fannie Norris
was the fortunate winner of the ring
iu a cake.
A beautiful silver pitcher, present
ed by a Charleston merchant, was
purchased by a prominent Orange
burg merchant, and again presented
to the Busy Bee Society of tho Pres
Not only was the Fair a financial
success, but as a social gathering il
cannot fail of good fruit. To the
President of the Committee of ladies,
whose executive ability has contribu
ted so much to the success of the oc
casion, and every member ol the
Committee who worked so untiringly,
too much praise cannot be given. The
whole affair proves what has long
been seen?that there is no such
thing as fail with the ladies of Orange
burg when enlisted in a noble cause.
Tiio (JliriHtmiiM Tree
At the Lutheran Church on Christ
mas night was a very interesting
all air. Not only the children, but
the grown people were out in lull
force In spite of the iue'ement
weather, the house was full to over
flowing. The tree was beautifully
illuminated, and loaded with pres
cuts. The exercises of the evening
were varied with appropriate songs
and addresses. Uev. Kiser, the pas
tor, iu <>j.cuing the exercises, took
occasion to thank the friends who
had responded so generously to the
calls upon them lor the Christmas
tree for the children, and referred to
Mr. George Boliver as the chief of
the beggars. This allusion brought
out the latter, who very happily
turned the point, and entert du i I the
children with a few w u*Js of en :o tr
iigcmcht. Uev. W. II. Lawrence, who
is peculiarly intorostiiii t> c'iii Irsti ,
made one of bis chara t.-ristie ad
dresses, contributing not only enter
laiumcut, hut instruction tu his h inf
ers. Among the presents on the
Christinas tree was a hatnhom ? bea
v? r Jbr Rev. Kiser, which was pre
sented lo him by Dr. Cooke, in his
usual neat and uppropriale style.
The juveniles went home happy aud
delighted with their presents, aud
about 1 o'clock the pleasant exercises
wir. concluded with singing.
Of Mos Annie A. Aibergotti's
school w ill he resumed on Monday
Juuuary ;*>.h, 1880
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Fx lends ji happy New Year to all
his patrou.s and hopes they will come
in to examine his splcudl I stojlc. lie
know- how t > make; them happy.
ilorscM timl .Huies!
Happy new year to the farmei I
B. Frank Slater received yesterday
40 head cd' line horses and mules.
Call and see them.
A Happy Xeiv Year
Gteets one und all from the '"Cali
fornia siore." .V r. Sonn true bason
hand a splendid supply of boots, shoe-,
groceries, and he wants the people to
.11 r. 'i nn Tunis rl
\\ blies all of bis customers a
happy New Year, and says be has
a finer stock of groceries Lheti hp has
ever had. Give him a call und he
A Happy .\<>w Ticar
To all, is the good word that come.*!
from Mr. A. II. Lewin. It you
want to led happy indeed, go round
lo his simp and get a shavo. Then
is nothing like a clear conscience and
a clean slidvc.
IkCbpccllully returns bis thanks to
his tunny customers for their past
patronage, and hopes to merit the
tame in the luture by keeping con
stantly on hand Irish meats of ev iy
kind, al his old statu', in rear of the
Po*Udficc, during the present year.
IT Any Southern Man,
Or indeed, any human being, had
.-aid live years ago that the South
would in 1879 lall down and worship
Grant, he \v< uld have bun put down
as a veritable ass. Truth i-sirangci
t ii a n fiction, is one of Byron's ni >-t
spiaMng lines. And tbe truth to-day
is that Grant is - -. bul why talk 01
h i in. M.ive we nit got our o.v i
Kortjobn. Is tic not all beseems?
Docs he not keep the be-t ami cbo.ili
est stock in the country ? Is be not
willing ami anxious to help his
Iricnds? "Yes!" You all have
Then that being tbe case, we enjoin
you one und nil to spend your money
at his counters. There you will get
justice; there you will be made hap
I py, there you will see things uoiuor
[ tal man ever dreamed of before?call
yc, call you, there in Kortjohn's,
A good cigar ibr SI 50 per 100.
Also cigars of every brand, compris
ing the celebrated Orangeburg favor
ite, always on baud at Dr. J. G.
TIlC Most K< liable At;ent
For destroying and expelling
worms from children and adults is
Shriucr's Indian Vermifuge, 25 cents
a bottle. Try it. Every bottle
guaranteed to give satisfaction .
A <t Iiild's Clrcatcsl IlOsiemy
Is worms. Who can calculate the
misery aid Buffering a child has to
endure who is in'.es ted with worms?
Shriucr's Indian Vermifuge will de
stroy and expel worms from both
children und adults. Ouly 25 cents
Fruit Tri ????
Ail parlies having engaged trees
from .Moore of the Tennessee nursery,
and Jones of the North Carolina
nursery, ate requested to call on Mr.
M. Walls ami get them. Also a few
very fine fruit, trees for .sale low down.
Call soon at Mr Walls'store near
Uni I road.
You Might as we.i lry;to Pick
A quarrel with a graven image, or
do any other impossible thing as try
to sell any other preparation for
Files, if Tablet's Buckeye File Olnt
incut can be had. It is the only I
remedy for Files that will cure obsti
nate cases. Price 50 cts. For sale
by Dr. J. G. Waunamakcr.
(jleriuan C'hamouiilc Tonic?
A tonic that at mice invigorates
the Fiver ami Digestive Organs,
regulates the Bowels; acts upon the
Kidneys, opens the Pores of the Skin
and for all Impurities of the Blood,
it is unsurpassed. Trial bottles 10
cents. For sale only by Dr. J. G.
Hobble und Limp no More.
But hang your crutches on the old
oaken peg, and seize the first oppor
tunity to be permanently cured
Rheumatism. Contracted Muscles,
Stiff*Joints, Frosted Feet, Headache
Parachc, Pain in Breast, Side and
Pick will yield to that powerful
remedy, known its CiusseiH Light
ning Liniment, which is g io 1 for man
and beast. Piice 50 eis. a bottle.
For sale by Dr. .1. G. Wannum iker.
? ii ?min 11 ii n i in ? ii mil r? ? a?
BE. C. MsLATSTE'S
Cc 1 eh ra t c d American
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
TI IF, countenance is pale and leaden
colored, with occasional flushes, or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
checks; the eyes become ?lull: the pit
pils dilate; an a/.tirc semi* in le runs
along the 1( wer eye lid ; the nose is ir
ritated, swells, and sometimes bleeds;
a swelling of the upper iij>; 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 vorat ions,
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 unfrequcntl) tinged with blood:
belly swollen and hard ; urine turbid:
respiration occasion.illy difficult, and
accompanied by hiccough; cough
sometimes dry ami convulsive ; uneasy
and disturbed sleep, with grinding of
the teeth : temper variable, but gener
ally irritable, iS:c.
Whenever the a! ovc svmptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. Mcl.ANES VFR.MI FUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT l>o:s Nor CONTAIN MF.RCURY.
in any form ; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not capable of doing the slightest
injury tt> tiie most tender infant.
The genuine Du, McLant.'s Vi r
Mii'tTOK bears the signatures of C. Mt
Lank and Fiimim. Hups, on the
DR. C. McLA^TjZTS
arc not rccommon.l'-'l ns a remedy " for p.li
the ills that flesh i:. heir l<->." toil in aflectidn;
of the liver, and in all bilious Complaints,
Dyspepsia and Sick Headache, or diseases o(
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic ran be used preparatory
to, or afier taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative! they arc uncqualed.
DEW A RR OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never Mif.ar coated.
Each box hasa reel wax seal on the In) with
the impression Dr. McLank's I.ivuh Pn.i.s.
Each wrapper he.-:, li e signatures of C.
? Mil.Axr.au>! Pl.KMlSC. r.uos. ?
l Insist upon law inj? the gfri tine T >i. C. Mc
Lane's I.IVF.H 1'it.t.s, prepared by Homing
llros., of Pittsburgh, Pa., the market hcing
full of imitations of the name Afc/vffne,
fPolled diflcrcntly but same pronun< iation.
Corrected every week by Mes&rtj. BuLI.
Fjiiuay, January '2, 1879.
l ouder, per 100 H>s. 75
Rough ldc.c.$ 1 10
y<jn s all:.
A house and lot opposite Wm. Willcock'* on
the lielleville Road. Tho house ii in com*
pleleorder with every convenience. For
particulars apply to
A M SALLSY
1 laving recently moved into ray
New Store, 1 would beg leave lo iu
Ibrtn myoid friends and the public
generally that I have and will conj
tinue to keep on h ind the
Best Paitds and Oils,
Lamps and Fixtures,
Fines! Cigars and Tobaccos,
Pia' . and Fancy CanJies,
Ami in fact, everything usually kept
in a first class
I also occupy, with my family, tbe
rooms over the store, aud therefore
will he able to put up prescriptions
at any and all hours during the night.
See bell on I rout door.
A. C. DUKES, M. D.
We arc opening daily
Just in beautiful CAS II ME RISS
in nlack and all the fashionable
Tafleltas, Silks, Satins, Diagonals
in all shades.
Nove'ties in N EC K WKAK
by every Steamer
Tbe LATKST STYLFSand PAT
THUNS in all Goods.
?*?..-* You can secure more Elegance
ami Fxce lencc, and yet practice
than ever before.'V/St
Hcautiful DRESS GOODS at 121
Notwilhslan ling the
! in Linens and L ng ninths, we sire
lour COSMOPOLITAN SHIRTS at
I at o|d Low Prices.
For Ohl fand Young at the most roa
I sonable FIGURES.
Carpels in Large ^ Variety at very
COM R ??J lake look at
WILSON LI: IITNING
j Sewing Machine,
The CHEAPEST and one of the
l'.e'l Sewing Machines in the Mar
j Sewing Machine
Always on hand. Also Needles,
Attachments, Oils, &c, at Factory
I M ML DEMOREST'S Fall and Win
I tor Reliable Putterns on hand and
iu lull variety.
1 invite nil to call and examine
my IMMENSE STOCK und LOW
PRICES. No fault will be found if
you do not buy. Remember
; Fashionable Dry Goods Emporium
40 Head Horses
JUST ARRIVED AT
E. F. Slater's Stables
'I In: above Stock is as FINE at
ever brought into this State, aud will
be sold at very reasonable prices.
The public is respect fully invited
to call and examine tbe sain< .
TO F. "SLATER.
i s. - n
, e"in. ..it; ii? j i.-iiuo' . .. .. ?
j Uriggiuaitn on Amelia street, will acooiu
I modate a few Hoarders. Kates rea?touable
and satisfaction guaranteed.