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Tlio Orpiipebiirg TimfeJ
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New shutters have been put iij> ou
the Fair Building.
,1. h\ Way? Esq. is pulling down
the <dd 'J/dur olliee to make way for
his line building.
Fine pictures, geraniums, &c., for
sale at Wir. T. C. HubbeH's auctiou
and news depot-.,
Mr. J. C. Pike bought 10 hales of
cotton on hist Monday. This looks
like business lor our town.
Al last, the trees around the Court
House arc boxed. The work was
done by G. 0. Aycrs. It oujrht to
have been done long ago.
Mr. Posted, our efllciont Railroad
Agent, is fast making friends by his
business like and vet courteous con
duct of the duties of his olllee.
We arc informed that the report in
the "News and Courier" that lite
rent for the Master's olliee is $7"> per
annum is a mistake. It is only $30.
The hideous chasm made in the
wall of Bpliver's olllcc by
Mr. JifU, seems to US to have the
Articles for the Floral Fair will be
received up to il o'clock to-day. Ad
mission 50 cts. for adults and 2fi cts.
That shabby little fellow, Fred
Grant, son of U. S. Graut, says:
"No (1?it uiggcr shall over graduate
at "West Point." Is this the teaching
of the father to the son?
Go to thi' Floral Fair to-day and
carry nil your friends and relations
with you. Fair maidens, sweet
music and the richest Mowers id' the
couuty eouiistituto the attractions
ot* the day.
Wc regret to learn just before go
i'g to press of the death of a little
child of Mr. John Ogreu. We tender
to the sorrowing parents the comfort
ing solace that "id' such is the king
dom of heaven."
Mr. L. F. I). Cai n, one of the jury
men, was taken very ill in the Court
House on Tuesday and was carried
into one of the ante rooms for medi
cal attention . u'i> aru glad to learn
that he is better.
.Mr. C. 1>. Glover is nominated in
todays issue for the ofliee of Probate
Judge. Mr. Glover and Mr. Ii. 1'.
I/.lur are so far tlx-only t wo candi
dates for this olliee. Rothare ex
cellent gentlemen and fully qualified
for the posit ion.
A runawny occurred on the road on
the day of the pie nie. A horse ran
away with a buggy in which Mr.
Stuart and Mr. Turner were riding
upsetting the vehicle ami breaking,
the shafts. Fortunately no further
damage was done.
Mr. dos. Fros desires to notify his
patrons thai the time for getting ice
on Sundays is two hours before and
two hours after service; that ice
cream orders for Sunday delivery are
received on Saturday up to 10.o'clock
r. M.; also thai he is pitying the best
price for eggs.
All Democratic Clubs arc hereby
requested to send in immediately, to
.1. L. Heidtman, Secretary of the
County Democratic Executive Com
mittee, the names of their President,
post olliee address, and the mimes of
their respective Clubs, and in what
Township they arc located.
The Southern Baptist Convention,
in session in Lexington, Kentucky,
is said to be one .of the most impor
tant und interesting ever held. Dr.
Royce and Dr. Winkler, formerly of
South Carolina, Gov. Brown, of
Georgia, Gen. Hawthorne, of Texas,
and Dr. l?den of our Stale, are
among Hie delegates present. The
visitors went on up excursion to ('b:
cinnati during llic week. Much good
bus been done by the meeting.
The Independent and Comet col
ored lire engine companies, turned
out. on parade on Monday afternoon,
und presented a very creditable ap
pearance. Both companies were well
manned, and the usual maneuvers
were performed with great skill and
promptness. AI night a handsome
collation was provided ami partaken
of, and, from all accounts, the order
and decorum was exemplary.
The public spirit of Urn colored
men comprising the companies is
worthy of the highest commenda
A mad dog, on last Saturday, cut
up a number of antics of a rather
dangerous character on Mr. Dukes'
place. He got in the pasture und
took after the bogs, but fortunately,
as far as known, bit none of them'
lie was, several times, struck with a
booby the colored people, and finally
his throat was out with an axe.
Wo are pained to learn of the death
of Mr. Daniel Joiner, of the Fork, on
Wednesday. He has been an inva
lid for a number of years, and at hist
his system has yielded to the en
croachment*) of disease. Liu was a
consistent member of the Methodist
Church, and in his death a^jood mail
has passed away. Our sympathies
are with the bereaved.
Mr. .1. J. Street who sent his span
ner on to Seneca Falls, N. Y. to be
uiekle plated, has received it beauti
fully finished. It is a great improve
ment as it saves cleaning and pre
vents rusting, and only costs "20 or :?<>
cents. All wishing this improve
ment can have it by leaving their
spanners with the Secretary of the
Don't you forget it! Dr. Watina
innkcr's soda fount is more popular
than ever; In fact there has been
such a demand for the cooling
draught that the Doctor has been
compelled to employ extra help-in
order to act oimiiodate his large run of
customers. < io and refresh yourselves
and take your nearest friend along
with you. a
A little daughter of Mr, J. W.
Wirt, who lives on the Santee, was
severe!? kicked by a louse on last
Friday. The bridge of her nose \v:is
broker., and her eyes swelled from
the bruises until they were closed for
three.lays. It was a 'distressing ne
cid'enl, hu1 we arc pleased to learn
that she is getting along extremely
well utidci ? he ei reu instances.
The .following resolution was unan
imously passed by the V. M. <'. A.
ai the meeting of April :ipth, 1880,
ami ordered to be published in the
county pa porn:
Resolved, Thai we are very thank
fill to the holies who have shown t heir
interest in our Association by the
beautiful Mowers placed on our table
on two occasions, and the handsome
watch stand and interesting games
we lind in the room-:.
We regret to learn of the serious
illness of Mrs. Fd wards, the estima
ble wife of Kev. U. .1. Fd wards: and
also of the sickness of the bitter,
doubl less from deep anxiety of mind.
We trust, that the progress of the
disease may be arrested, and that it
may be the will of Providence t?> re
store both t<> hen It h.
Since writing the above we have
learned that the Rev. R. d. Edwards
The war about the change of coun
ty olliccrs is assuming quite nn in
teresting phase, and rat her huge di
mensions. Bolivor and all tin-bur.
except two, stand on one side, und
the County Commissioners, the
County Treasurer, and a number of
citizens on the other. The Judge
seems puzzled, and refers the matter
buck to the ('entity < 'oininissioners lo
take evidence. What is to be'done
with the irrepressible BtdiverV It
seems to require l wo olllees, i f t be hn r
is right, to contain him.
Mr. F. A. Kchilllcv, as we announc
ed in our last issue, has opened his
grocery on Russell street, near the
Railroad corner, and like a wise man,
as his advertisement in to-days issue
shows, he tells the people about it.
Mr. So hi 111 lev has had long experi
ence in this line as a clerk, and now
that he has launched out on bis own
account, we bespeak for him a liberal
share of public patronage. Hehns
a new and fresh stock, and keeps
nothing but the best goods, w hich he
?ells nt living prices. Co and trv
The Sunday School nt Trinity
Lutheran Church in St. .Matthews,
we are glad lo learn, is in :i most
loiirishiug condition. One secret of
the success is that the grown people
come into the Sunday School along
with Hie children. We can never
cxpeel ii school to Moorish, be il day
or Sunday School, where the parents
lake no interest themselves. If the
children feel that Hie parents and
grown persons are nuconcerncd, their
interest will be sure to Hag loo. We
are cheered by this report from old
Trinity, and hope ot her < 'hitrebes will
take pattern'. The Sunday School is
the hope of the Church, and isn
fruitful field in which to work for n
blessing to the community,
A correspondent from Branchvillc
Wi'iling to the TlSlKs, says:
The farmers are busy with their
corn mid cotton lighting the grass
which the rains are pushing forward'
Outs are line. One bunch, measured
:il the post olliee, reached live feet
eight inches, of which there arc sev
eral acres of the saute size. The
(own is making a start since the lire.
\V. II. Reodish. Tost Muster, has a
line post olliee built on Main street.
Tire foundation of Mr. L. Ronrlstine's
new store on Railroad street, and Mr.
W. II. Sypiirett's on Main street is
about to be laid. The Railroad
hotel is also undergoing repairs.
The new church is going on, and
there are three line schools in the
The Court closes this week, the
civil eases having been finished, ami
the juries dismissed on Wednesday*.
Judge Thomson has dispatched busi
ness with satisfaction to all con
cerned, and has produced a favorable
impression us a Judge. The cases
tried are mostly without public inte
rest, ami a report of them would be
uninteresting. On Tuesday a rather
am using ease eamu up between D. A.
St raker and George Bolivcr which
threw some light upon the doings of
the patty in the painty days that are
past. It was a suit for $\ 1.25, and
kept .Judge, juries und court ollicials
at work for half a ?luv at a cost to
the county of probably ten times the
The Democratic by-st-inders were
highly eddied. Gen. l/.lar pleaded
for Bolivcr, ami Stinker for himself.
The jury brought in a verdict for the
I all er.
A gloom was cast over our communi
ty on Saturday by the announcement i
of the death of .Miss Sophie Clark, a
most estimable, and interesting young
lady of the Methodist Church, whose
amiable disposition and many ehris
tiun virtues had won her a host of
The funeral services were perform
ed on Sunday morning in the Metho
dist Church, by Uev. F. Ail hi, a form
er pastor al this place, under whose
pastorate she consecrated her life to
the eniise of her Master. The church
was filled to its utmost capacity.au>.l
Mr. Auld preached one of th" most
impressive sermons from the text, so
appropriate on t his occasion, "Blessed
are the 'lead which die ill the Lord."
The elfeet of his discourse was deep
and marked upon the large congrega
tion, and we hope, may prove a hloss
ing t<> tIk- living.
The Christian life and peaceful end
of the lovely subject of this brief
notice will be a source of sweet con
solation to the loving ones who are
left behind, and should dry the tears
from every weeping eye.
May we all strive to live and die
as she has done, and be dentally
The examination of Mollichamp's
school w ill take place :at the seht ol
house on Monday in Latin, philoso
phy, algebra, arithmetic, history,
geography, grammar and other Fug
Tbc public exhibition, consisting
of dialogues and exercises in dechl
Illation and iiiusie by the pupils, will
take place in the Court House on
The copy of ??Tennyson" voted to
the school at the Kdisto Hilles' Fair
! for the best scholar will be awarded
during t he evening by ('apt. Dibble
of the Kdisto Rides. The Kdisto
Brass Hand will dispense the music
of t he occasion.
During Iheexereises an opportuhi
iv will be allowed all disposed to
throw iua dime or nickel for the
hcnclit of the band, the public spirit
and progress of the members of
which deserves our encouragement
This, however, is entirely voluntary.
There will be no entrance fee at the
All arc cordial y and earnestly in
vi Jed to come free of charge, and by
their presence lend encouragement to
t he cause of edueat ion.
Kxereises commence prompt I v a!
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What is the matter? Why so pale
so languid? Arc you siekV Kvi
tlently, your liver is not doing its
duty. You ( a u in I live in coin fori or
peace until you are relieved. Go to
the nearesl drug store and buy a box
of I >r. Gilder's liver pills. ' A few
doses will restore you to perfect
health, and give a rosy tint to your
chock. For sab- by Dr. S. A. Reeves.
'I housands of children are saved
from disease ami death every year by
the timely use of Shriuer'sIndian
Vermifuge, 1 he popular remedy. Only
25 ccuts a bottle.
The Methodist pic Jiic, on Tues
day, was a most interesting occasion
to old aud young alike. The Super
intendent'of the Sunday School, Mr.
II. <i. Sheridan, who was master of
ceremonies, w as earnest and until ing
in his efforts to make the affair a suc
cess, add the excellent und accommo
dating Committee of Arrangements
did all in their power to 'onttibute
to the enjoyment of the crowd as
seinlded, ami tO cause every one oil
the ground to feel welcome. At an
early hour the wagons commenced
loading up in front of the church,
and .-it about 8 o'clock the guy and
happy procession commenced mov
ing to the grounds under the inspira
tion <d' the most delightful music
dispensed by our new Wand under Mr.
Owens. The pic nie was held on the
beautiful grove id' Col. A. (>. Frede
rick, who not only kindly offered the
place for the purpose, but, with his
characteristic hospitality, busied
himself during the whole day in
moving lo and fro niuoug the visitors
and making all feel at home.
The day was spent as usual :il ??i <
nies, ni various amusements, which
the young ones enjoyed in the highest
About I o'clock dinner was an
nounced, and the huge gathering
drew around the tables which were
loaded with everything th<- most fas
Ihliotis laste could crave.
The feast provided could not be
excelled, either in quantity or ipiali
ty. All went away from tin* festive
board fully satisfied, and yet there
was much that was left.
After dinner a few showers of ruin
caused an earlier return to the town
than was intended. At the call id*
the Superintendent Ihe merry pic
nickers returned to the wagons, and
reluctant ly commenced t he homeward
journey. About 5 o'clock, amidst
cheers und tuiisic they reached tin*
town, and thus ended a most delight
fill day. the recurrence of which will
be looked forward to with intense
This Sunday School for many
years past, has the largest aud most
nourishing school in the town, and
probably, in the whole county.
As the years roll on may it con
tihtie to grow and prosper until its
intluence is felt in the whole com
Thin rind breakfast strips, the best
put up and only In ets per pound at
1). K. Smoak A Co's.
Kvery bottle of Shriner's Indian
Vermifuge is guaranteed to give sat
isfaction if used according to direc
-? ? IT M . - . 4? i
I'cuberry coffee, the best and cheap
est known in the world :it 1). E.
Smoak iV. Co's. .Money refunded to
any one who uses it without s*atisfac
Ilnx A liro.'s celebrated sugar
cured hams guaranteed sound and
sweet I2i cents at I). K. Smoak A
The genuine corn cob tobacco nt
I). Smoak & t'o.'s at manufacturer's
pliers. Beware of imitations as
there are many on the market.
Sufferers, Head This I
If yon are nfllictcd with Neuralgia or
Headache, you can In* speedily relieved l>y
taking the Specific Ncuralgiue. Speedy in
its action, entirely free front Opium and
other N tt reo ties, it commends it: elf in he
ilig as innocent us efficient.
Hi st, Raskin it Lam An,
Wholesale Agents, Atlanta.
For sale hv Drs. A. C. Dukes, ami J. o't
may N lltl
- ? - ? . mm
Will You believc II ?
Woman's bent friend. To relieve the
aching hear! ?'f woman, and bring joy
where sorrow reigned supreme, is a mission
I before which the smiles of kings dwindle
into utter insignificance. This is the pecu
liar province of bind field's female Reg'*"
lalor, which, from its numberless cures,
is appropriately styled '?Woman's best
Friend." The distressing complaint known
as '?whites," and various iricgularitics of
the womb, to which woman is subject, dis
apptar like magic before a single bottle of
this wonderful compound. 1'hysleiaiH
Prepared by l>r. J. Bradficld, Atlanta,
tin., Mid ?ohl nt $L?V? per bottle by l>r- A.
('. Dukes, and also hv Or. J. 0. Wanna
Now in I'KttrKl r u i \ 1/1ii.
Near Maimi.tta, On., March 21, l.^7<>.
?Some months ngo I botlglll a bottle of
Rrndlicld's female Regulator, ami used i(
in my family with the utmost satisfaction;
have recommended it In three oile r fami
lies, and they have found it just wJiat it is
recommended. 'The females who have
i:s< d the Regulator are now in perfect
health, ami able to, attend to their house
hold duties. We coruialty recommend it
to the public. Kkv. II. B. Johnson,
id.iv 11 lin.
Ruttcrick's May patterns have ar
rived. Send for fashion paper, free
at Aenrv Kohn'si
Atfeid inn Taxpayers?Notice is
hereby given, that the time for the
collection of town taxes without the
penalty is extended to the fifteenth
(15th ) day of May instant.
<'. R. Jonks, < Uerk.
Respectfully returns his thanks to
his many customers for their past
patronage, and hopes to merit the
surtic in I he future by keeping con
stantly on hand fresh meats of every
kind at his old Stand, in rear of the
Postoflico, durin?! the present year.
Corrected every week by Messrs. liUJ.t.
FltlOAY, May M, ISSO.
Middlings. 11 (V,
Low Middlings. Hi'" KM
Ordinary. ?<S iij
N? w ?'orn .
(?'odder, per 100 U.s. 1 10
Kotigii Hire.S 1 :10
Notice to Creditors,
All persons having claims against th?*
Instate of .laeob G. Keitt, late of Orange
burg County, deceased, are hereby requir
ed !>? pre 'tit and prove the same, before
lie- undersigned, as special Master,on.or .
before the K>th day of duly isso, or else (
they will be debarred pavnient.
Orangeburg, C. II., May Mth ISSO.
limy 11 It
FLO BAL. FAIR J880.
h 1ST (IF vktii i. MS kok which
mA Premuiins are oflered by the Orange
burg Agricultural aid Mechanical Asso
eiation, to bo exhibited at the Floral Kni
of said Association which will be bei.I ot
the I Ith of May 18*0:
Gie?tesi variety of hot Is.a: a; Plant.; ex
hibiteil by, one person
7,'est collection of Plant5.
2ml /.'. st "
Itesl h'ancv haft Scraniutus.
2nd. WcSt* ?' "
Host Zonale " "
2nd. liest f "
Koses (cut flowers)
" Mixed Flowers (arranged.)
< 'reiitesl varietv of Vegetable^,
liest colleelion "
2titl liest " "
best Cabbages (mil less than head-.)
" lri-h Potatoes.
J. L. IIFJDTMAX,
Secretary and Treasurer, <> A. ?V M. A.
ANDREW C DIBBLE,
ATT< M!N KY
(OI XSITJ.OK AT IAH.
ST- PAUL AND CHURCH STREETS,
< ?l-an^ebn ir, S. O.
apt 23 1SS0 :iui
A House with -I Rooms and base tu rut
with Lire Places Piazza with a large hot
57 it. Kronl by 31)0 ft. deep; fronting on "1
streets; health v location. Terms easv.
T. ('. IH'Ill;i:i.L, AiKlinnecr
A TRUE TONIC
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
I laving recently tn >vcd into my
New Store, 1 would beg leave to in
form myoid friends and the public
generally that I have and will eon
tiuuc to keep on hand the
Dost Paints and (>ils,
Lamps und IT.xlur. s,
Finest Cigars ami Tobaccos,
['lain and Fancy Candies,
And in fact, everything usually kept
in a Hrst class
1 also occupy, with my family, tho
rooms over the store, and therefore
will be able to put up prescriptions
at any and all hours during the night.
it:ce bcli on 'roiit. door.
A. O. DUKES, 33. I>.
oct od 1S79 ly
COME AT LAST !
?. M. WS ORSDELL, Jr..
Photo and Artist.
Huh opened a Gallery in front of Moron-*
ey's Hotel, whore the public can have i'ho
togrupun taken of fust clan and artistic
finish. Nothing hut first class work done
this Gallery. Call and examine samples
at Hull cry. All wishiug good
work (Inno ran have the chance without
having the expense of going to the City
for the same. Call and see me. All work
cash when volt f-it.
0. M; VAN DliSDELL, Jw
apl 2 tf
South Cjxrolina Rail Road.
Passen g<?r Department
riiANOi: ok sciiKnt.'j.r.
On and after Nov. :'0(h, 1S7!>, Passenger
Trains on thin Road will run as follows :
(till further orders.)
uTceuvilltf Express frailt:
Leave Columbia at.1 l? P M.
Arrive :it CnnulcH at. 8 1"> "
Leave Oraiigeburg.(! l? "
Ar rive nt Charleston.: .'J 30 "
Leave Charleston at. 7 OD IM.
Leave Oraiigeburg at. 0 58 "
Leave Ciunucn at. 7 00 ?'
Arrive at Columbia at.11 -r'0 "
Way Freight ami Passenger Trnitis.
? Leave (Columbia.. . ? SO A M
Arrive at Camdcil. 1 '-'?') 1* M
Leave Oraiigeburg.10 17 A M
A ri i M at < ha l iest on. 2 15 P M
" dugust.i. "
* Leave Charleston. bO A M
?* Augusta. 8 00 ??
" Orangeburg.:. 1 17 P M
Arrive at Columbia. ? .'57
* l'iiFsengers leaving Columbia Cr'Char
leston on these trains have to change ears
at Ilrmiehville to reach Charleston at 2 13
p m or Columbia at 5 37 p lit;
Night Express Train,
Leave Columbia. 9 30 P M
?? Orangeburg. 1 '20 A M
Arrive at Augit la . 8.89 " fl
Cliurlcston. 5 50 "
Leave Charleston. 0 00 P >i
" Augusta..t. 7 40 "
'? t ?raiigebtirg. '2 48 A M
\rrivcat Coluiubitt. ? 50 "
New York Kxpress.
Leave Oraiigeburg. ? 47 A M
Arrive at Augusta. ?-4
Leave Augusta. (1 00 V M
Arrive at Oraiigeburg. '.) 57
The Orcenville Expr&si and the
night Express Trains will run daily.
All other trains will run daily except Sun
day.-. Sleeping Cars are attached to Night
Iixpress. Berths only $1 50 to Charleston
or Augusta. These trains make sure con
nections nt Charleston with New York and
Italtimore Steamers on Wednesdays ami
Saturdays, also with Florida Steamers on
Tuesdays and Saturdays, also with 7 a in
Irani S iV C Hail road for Savannah and
i lorida Points. Connections made by
other (rains at Augusta with trains from und
in that point, also with all trains from and
to Charleston. 1) C ALLEN,
G P Ac T A.
JOHN n PECK, General Sunt.
.1 ii. PUSTELL, Agt.,Oraiigeburg, S.C.
Respectfully announces his arrival
front New York, and takes pleasure,
in calling the attention of his friends
and patrons to one of the
Of Dress Ooods in nil the latest
Styles, all the new Shades and Colors
in Silks, Satin, Brocade, Hunting,
Linen and Cotton from the Looms of
Finland, Francej Germany, China
and America. Prices to suit every
body in want of a dress
I'ata-ols, Fans, Laces, Embroide
ries, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Corsets,
I? ibhoiH, Trimmings without cud.
and pri< es all right
The hi test Novelties of the Season
in Ladies Neck W< ar, Fi.-buSj Rush
iii^'s, Collarettes, Neck Ties, Jabots*
Hows, Lneek Scarfs, of which, all I
:t.-k is for everybody to take a look
at, und make selections
A very nicely selected Figured
Muslin.*,' Lawns, Picquesj Calicos*
Percales and Cambrics
[tumense line of White floods of
[every iminaginablc description
Gents and Youths Clothing of the
Of Ladies, Gents, Misses, Hoys and
Children Straw Hats
Shirts, Keek Tics, Scarfs, Hows, Col
lars, Underwear, Suspenders in the
usual great vai icty
MM 10 DEM OR EST'S RELIABLE}
PATTERNS for Spring and Sum
Machine Needles, Oil, Attachments,
always on hand
Goods shown with pleasure Givo
me i call and I am sure you will all
bo mndo to smile
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