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Tho Orangelbiirg Timea
L O C A. L
Wo are now offering rare induce
ments to parties wishing to supply
themselves with good and sound
newspapers at the following low
The Times and Charleston weekly
"News" for only $2 5U per year.
The Times and Columbia weekly
?'Register" $2 50, Tri-weekly $1 00
ami the Daily at $7 7."? per year.
The Times and the (Columbia week
ly "Yoemau" at $2 50 per year.
The above rates are at least 50 et.s
lower than the regular subscription
price to either of the papers named.
The Suunv South! Where is it?
A boom has taken place in cotton.
The staple has advanced one cent,
during the week.
Horses! Dorses! Horses! at B.
Frank Slater's. Now is the time to
Hon. Samuel Dibble went to Co
lumbia on Tuesday to meet
with the Electoral (lotlege and east
the vote for Hancock.
The County Democratic Executive
Committee is called by Capt. Dibble
to meet in the Fair Building ou Mou
Whoever is interested in buying or
renting houses or lots had better
road the real estate advertisement of
jVir. Kirk Robinson.
Small house and lot for .-.ale at the
first cost of the building ami lot, and
on easy terms, if desired. Apply .it
Rev. W. C." Dana. 1). D. for forty
live years pastor of the Central Prcs
byteriau Church of < 'harlestou died
in that citv on Tucsdav.
See new advertisement in this issue
of Christmas toys and presents at T.
W. Albergotti's popular bakery. His
stock is new, bright and varied.
A farm of 22 acres on the town
boundary line for sale or rent.
Fences audland in good order. Apply
at tlii1* oilice.
The County Commissioners will
meet to-morrow, Saturday, to pass
on the bonds of our newly elected
We are sorry Lo hear of the serious
illness of .Mrs. Dr. Ilydriek, but
hope, for a speedy rebuke of the dis
ease and a complete restoration lo
The Lady Commit let! of tin V. A.
Fair will meet Dec. 7tn at half past V>
at the residence of Mrs. Seovile.
Ladies will pteaae come prepared to
get their ticket s.
- - mm ? UMm ? -
Pomona Crange will meet in extra
session on the 1 st. Saturday in 1 )eccm
ber, 4th 1880.
By order of the Masler. E. J.
Mr. , Willrock has jhst received ti
fresh supply of No. 1 stoves. Read
his now advertisement and then go
and please your wife by investing in
Read A. lb Walker's nt-'w adver
tisement in another column. You
can get. your ("bristmas groceries
here of the finest, qn .Hi ties al the
Dr. A. (.'. Dukes bus received a
larger and better selected stock of
toys than ever before. Now is the
time for you to make selections for
A our sweetheaits and the little ones.
Mr. Jos. Eros, who is always up to
the times, advertise* in this issue
that he will make a present to every
bod}* who purchases from him to the
amount of $1. His Christinas stock
Two important religions bodies
have been in session during t he week
the baptist Convention at Camden
and the Presbyterian Synod at Sum
ter. They were both attended by
distinguished men from abroad.
Thanks to Master Piekens Snlley
for a lino mess of extra large rtlta
biiga turnips; also to Mr. M. A. Davis
for a lot of large Hat Dutch turnips
presented to the Times. They were
among the finest of both varieties
that we have seen.
Mr. Lewin is Ottering at bis nil
gallery eight gems for $1 and four of
a larger size for the same price. With
pictures sit such prices who cannot be
supplied? Mr. L. is an old hand at
this business, and guarantees sat is
faotion, in his work.
Co lo B. Frank Slater's stttblcs
anil purchase a.fine horse. They are
there now, but Mr. Sinter's rcputa
tion as a lair horse dealer will in
duce many l<> buy, and they will not
be there long. See his advertisement.
A helping band. Drugs of all
kinds taken internally shock the sys
tem and by reaction produce bail re
sults. Dr. Flagg's Improved Diver
and Stomach Fail aids nature in
nature's own way, and pel feet health
never tails to follow its use.
1 )r. \Y. S. Barton had his hand
severaly mangled in bis rice thrasher
a few days ago. Some of the lingers
were cut oil' and others badly in
jured. II?' has our sympathies in
his painful accident, and our hopes
for a speedy recovery.
ICxcursion tickets will be issued by
the South Carolina Railroad from
Dec. <h h to 1 )ee. 17 to attend the
great Industrial Fair in Charleston.
They will be good to retlifn until
Dee. 20th. The rate will be two cts.
per mile each way.
The meeting of the A. M. E.
Church has been going on this week
under favorable auspices. A num
ber of excellent speeches have been
math', and the work of the session
has been going on harmoniously and
We notice among the con
tributions to the Firemen's Fair
one from the Home Insurance Co..
N. V. This is as it should be. We
hope those companies which help us
will receive a good share of patronage
from our people.
The purchase of the front of
Judge Clover's lot on Russell street
by Mr. B. Frank Slater lor the erec
tion of buildings will be a vast im
provement to our town. It is from
such young nn-ii of enterprise that
we look for our material growth.
Another trumpet, (a present from
Air. dame S. Allen, of Charleston,) to
inspiiea spirited contest between the
Eltinli's mid Young Americas
There will be a double attraction in
this for the reason that there will be
two elegant lamps (another contri
bution) to be voted for with the
trumpet. Rally all you: force-, boys':
Now as tin- holidays arc approach
ing, and everybody v. ill be looking
out for a handsome present lor some
relative, friend or sweetheart, we
would ad vi hc them to Call iu .-it Dr.
Wnnn.'iinnkor's and < xnmiue his large
and hand-onie stocked' fancy g.iods
jusl suited for the above purpose
mmm * ?-?
We mention en fniysant, a '.cry in
genious specimen of artistic skill on
the part of Capt. duo. A. Hamilton,
iu the form of a what-not. which we
had th^ pleasuse of examining
during the week. It is carved en
lirely with a potkel knife, having
upon it the beautiful design of yn
angel brooding over the Palmatto
tree redeemed in 1 S7b.
Married on the 2-llh November
lS.Su, at the residence of the bride's
father by Rev. .lohn Williams. Mr.
.1. A. F. Rislier Of Oraiigchurg, S. < '..
to .Miss Joscpl ine W. (ivies of
Blaekviile, s. <'.
May sunshine, and not shadows
fall upon the pathway of the young
couple to cheer and to bless in ail of
We regret to learn thai Mr. W. P.
Hadley, an Englishman who settled
amongst us .a few yea i s ago, and who
has proven an excellent ami most en
terprising citizen, winning for him
self many friends during his i-hort
stay, has tendered his resignation as
a member of our Agricultural Socio
ly, preparatory to a return to Fug
land. We want hundreds of such
men to settle with us. hud u?me to
The (i rand Ton r A round t he World
from New York lo Jerusalem, bv
Prof. Tremaine, illustrated by colon
sal sun pictures, will be exhibited lot
six nights at Way's Hall, commen
cing next Monday night at eight
o'clock. Kach night will present dif
ferent scenes Magnificent scones iu
New York. England, Scotland, Swil
zerlniid, (Iciiuiany, Italy, Jerusalem
and other Bible lands will be given.
It. is represented as no "Catch Penny
Show." hut a genuine art entertain
ment, worthy of the attention of per
sons of culture and intelligence- a
grand exhibit of Ihe sublime in na
ture, wonderful in architecture, mem
orable in history ami beautiful in art.
Admission 20 cents each night or$l
for the course. Remember the night,
Monday December 5th.
The Ornngoburg Agricultural So
' eiety hold its Annual meeting at the
Fair Buildingon last Saturday. We
regret that ahsence from the town
prevented our attendance- but we lire j
gratified to learn that the meeting:
'.van full and interesting.
The following ollicers were elected
to serve lor the ensuing year:
L?resident?Dr. W. F Burton.
Vice-Presidents?(.'apt. John L.
Moorer, Dr. d. C. Ilolmuu and Col
I). It. Barton.
Secretary an 1 Treasu er?Mr. Kirk
After tin; usual routine of husinoss
a bountiful repast was partaken of
by all w ho had the good fortune to
be present. Speeches being then in
order, Capt. Dibble aud Capt. Fi M.
Wanuamaker were called upon, who
let fall words of wisdom und encour
agement, widt h were highly appre
ciated. This Society is one of great
benefit to our < obii'v. and ?:vCry farm
er ought tobe a member.
In addition to former acknowledg
ments, the Committee are in receipt
of the following contributions:
New York ? Marx A Co., Gold
W in. N. Cornwall, two Revolvers.
Sehloss Brothers, Fancy Parasol.
M. and (.'. .Mayer, twelve silk Ildf's.
Edward Ditlinan, $10.
Uothshild A- Steven. $2.
Hart A- < '?>.. $10.
Home Insurance Co., $10.
Baltimore?Leon, Frank A Sons,
''our pair French slippers.
Prior A Hilgenberg. $10, and a lot
II. and E. Hartman A' Co., one line
N. Stcrnheirn, $1.
Townseud, Whitoly A Co., $?"?.
Kaliu A Schlos*, $5.
Charleston?James Allen, Silver
Stephen Thomas dr. A Bro., Silver
Syrup Pitcher and Salver.
.Mrs. .M.J-'inly. Ladies Full Dress
N. A. Iluil', six pr. Bootsand
three pr. Shoes
Edwin Bates A ('<?.. large lot of
Fancy 1 >ry < loods.
U. S. Foster, I hiublo Shawl.
E. T. Bniwn A < 'o., fine Hat.
W alker. Evans A Cogswell, live
St col Engravings.
Boyd Brot hers. $5.
Augusta, (ia.--t.io. F. Jackson. !
P. .1. Berchmau, Plants Ac
Columbia?K. To/.ier, $.*>.
J :o?. ( . 1 )ial. $0.
Phionix ILA I.. ( ?... Silver Butter
I >ish ami K nife.
Philadelphia? Kohn, Liebcrinan A'
Richmond?D. (>. Davis A Co.. $,">.
Louisville, Ky.?Chambers A
Atlanta. Ca.? Elias. Haltnau, $2.
Seneca Falls, N. Y.?Silsby
M nl"-. t "?>., tu?, Nil kle Plated I.an
A \i-ii to Korijohn'.s cheap cash I
si ore at ibis t i me is really instruct ivo
and remunerative. One has no idea I
how main bargains are lobe had ;
until they go and set; for themselves.
Oiie phrasing feature in this estub
lishtiient is that they are not pulled
tip by their success, hut every one is
willing and anxious to1 show you
around and sell to you low down lor
cash, for you must remember that j
the secret of Kortjolm's success bus
been thejensh trade. He makes no ox
ceptions, keeps no slate, no meiimr
andtitns in I he cash drawer, Im; gives
sledgehammer bargain", in exchange
lot the American dollar. With old
experienced buyers of rare judgment,
pluck, audacity and ability having
unlimited command nfthat o/teihinj
thai will buy the world, they arc
able lo watch and take advantage of
these splendid chances and oiler to
their customers who are not afraid
of the insane cry of auction goods.
Inlis, leaders and specialties well
calculated to unsettle lire brain of
t lie buyer on lime at lifty percent,
on goods, interest added. It injures
no fabric to drive it through the
giant engines of r. s. inarshall and
assignee, tin; sheriff and the auction
marts of the city* It only eliaiigcf
the price from a very high to'a very
low figure. The stock of this store
lias been largely replenished dfrring
the week, and they are now prepared
lo meet demands of their many
friends. In addition to the heavy
stock, I bey are now opening the fol
lowing, which persons in the country
will do well to not ice:
Silver plated table and teaspoons,
knives and forks, window shades,
ladies dress goods, ladies, misses and 1
uhi Id runs white and colored lioso,
gents hall' hose, Indies and gents silk
handkerchiefs, looking glasses t'roin
I?) cents to $2 25, ladies baliuoral
skirls, ladies, misses und gents shoes
and boots, glas* setts, shirts, tumb
lers, goblets, pictures, tobacco, candy
bams, ivc, tfec. Give hilll a call and
see if what we have said is not the
Straus it Co wants 12 or 15 good,
quick active half grown colored hoys
to Work in their mill. Will pay good
wages ami furnish houses for them
to live in. A
Another large lot of parlor and
bracket lamps of the latest designs,
with or without illuminators, just re
ceived; direct from the manufactory,
at astonishingly low prices at J. I.
Sollen 11 'tie's
< lo to Prof. Van Orsdell and have
your pictures taken before it is too
late, lie leaves on the lirsi of De
cember. Call early and avoid the
rush. Also line frames ami mould
ing can be found at his gallery.
Don't put olftothe last week.
I'o' r Shoot inj??Taking pills ami potions
is like shooting with the eve-, shut. When
yon are Languid, (ilooiuy, Sore, with Sour
.Stomach, Pains iu the body iiild Limbs,
}'ellow Lyes, Skin and Tongue, a bad
Cough, Dyspepsia, Uiarrluva and other
miseries lake no doses- -use br. Flagg'? Im
proved Liver ami Stomach Pad ami he
Kxtra line heel", pork and mutton
furnished every week at the well reg
ulated market til* Marion Jackson.
Another supply of the popular
White sewing machines received at
Henry Kohu's. Kvory machine has
a written guarantee for live years.
All the hading shades in silks,
satins, brocades, cashmeres ami
worsted an- to he found at the dry
goods bazaar of Henry Kohn.
One of the most useful and com
lertable articles for our people to use
is the inside sole or (not protector,
composed of wool ami cork, worn in
the boot or shoe. It is a sure reme
dy for rheumatism and proof against
cold and damp feet. For sale by 1'.
A. Lofvt utlahl at 20 els pet pair.
.1. I. Sorentrue is just in receipt
of a large lot of Tobacco of all grades,
which he v ill sell cheaper at retail
than the same could be bought iu
Charleston at wholesale, ami another
?choice lot of Hams at It) cents per
poll in 1. Goto see h im.
('cntlcmcn's furnishing goods, i m
bracing linen collar-, cutis. ha\A*
hose, ai d some of the besl qtl \ y ol
unlaiindried shirts at 75 centn and
-i" 1.liTt al J. I. Sorentrue.
Persons camping in town over
111!_i111 arc requested to slop in 1). F..
Sinoak A" Co.'k yard when- they will
lind good accommodations for them
sel\ es and horse.-.. a
" BLACK-DRAUGHT" makej chills
and lever impossible.
For sale by Dr. .1. (1. Wannatnaker
Don't forget to carry your cotton
samples to D. F. Snio.uk A Co. They
pay the highest p ices and pay. the
Beauty, health, and happiness for Indies
in " WINE OF CARDUI "
1-oi -ale by Dr. J. G. Wannumnker
If you need n nice set of harness
lou t buy until vmi have priced them
at D. F. SmOak A Co.'s. They have
just received a line lot. a
Goods arriving by every train for
.1. I. Summt rue. lie will make, this
season, shoes a specialty as his
large and varied .-lock wili bIiow by
D. F.. Smo.ik has returned with
the ft nest lot of clothing ever othVred
in this market. a
" WINb OF CARDUI " for Ladies only.
I'm stile by Dr. .1. (!. Watinainak
The drug store where can get your
money's worth is at Dr. .1. (!. Wan
namaker, Orangebttrg <'. H.. S. (*.
We buy the best, keep the best, nni!
?sell it f/t low priees, hence, if \ou want
any Illing in the drug line, call and
see u>. We keep a full line of hail
and tooth brushes, toilet soaps, per
turnery, sponges, patent medicines:
make prescriptions a specialty; will
be found at our post, day or night.
I f you are going to (-amp Mt el ing
?mi to I), F. Smoak A Co. and get a
line suit of clothes at low ligUt'Cft.
Take " BLACK-DRAUGHT " and you
wiH never be bilious.
For sale by Dr. J. <!. VVannamaker
It i? found at last! SninVthmg new
under the kiiii A new era i* tlrawiu):
upon woman. Ililltcrto flic ha? hVi n en 11
cd u|>on to suller the ills of mankind and
her own besides. The frequent and dis
tressing irregularities peculiar to her si-x
have long been to her the ''dircfril spring
of woes unnumbered." In the mansion of
die rich and hovel of poverty alike woman
has been the constant yet patient victim of
a thousand ills unknown to man?and
without a remedy, "tili Lord, how long!"
iu the agony of her soul, halb she cried.
Ihit now the hour of her redemption is
come. She will suffer no more, for Brad
field's Female Kcgllhllor, ?Woman's liest
Friend," is for sale by Dr. A. C. Dukes,
and also by I>r J.?. W.'innauiaker.
Prepared by Dr. J. Hradfield, Atlanta,
Ca.; price, $1 >r>0 per bottle.
Catijjjbe Found the Largest Lot oi
Cook Stoves, Parier and Keating' Stoire^
From the Celebrated Stdve Foundry of FERRY & Co., Albany, New
York and Chicago,
Kvcr brought U> Orangeburg Countv, and to all of which 1 will gurah'ce to'give
PKKFJiCT mimI KNTIKE SATlSd'At Tl< >N if put up with a propel Draft to them.
Tloy arc nil lilted up in the best manner known to the trade. Castings arc the smooth*
est and of the verv best Iron Only.
frriV" Any one buying Stoves of me can pet repairs for same at any time, and in this
way your Stoves can be made to last aiuen longer.
1 will sell these Stoves as LOW as they cab be bought in the Statt', I am enabled
to do this on account of getting them at Low Hates of Freight. (Jive nie a call und I
will (his to your satisfaction. 1 am selling them out very fast.
i also keep constantly on baud tile most complete line of
To be found in the County. House Furnishing Hoods a specialty. Kerosene Stoves
generally in Slock. Respectfully
AVm. W I LLCOCK.
mar 26 H*?0 ly
A trul package of " BLACK-DRAUGHT"
free of charge at
For sale by Dr. J. G. Wnnnainak
[Read what Gen. 0 T. (TlgS) Andcrso
Messrs. Hutchison & Bro.: Gontlt'nicH ?'I
have been a great cuflerer from neuralgia ?
the attacks lasting for days. I had tried
every known remedy without being reliev
ed. In my last attack 1 tried your ''Neu
ralgine," anil in a Hbort time was perfectly
eureil It is a consolation to know that I
! have at last a remedy that controls this
[ painful disease, and i can cheerfully re
[ commend it 'o all who sutler an I do
vi. T. Anderson,
Chief of Police.
Atlanta, April 18, 1880.
Loi'IMVll.I.K. Kv., May 3, 1879.
Messrs. Hutchison A Uro., Atlanta, Ua.:
Gents? For sixteen years I have diligently
sought for some specific (of speedy action
for neuralgia and betidache?recent use of
your "Neiiralgine" proves. 1 have at last
found it and I lake great pl' asiirc in fully
endorsing your remedy as possessing evety
quality claimed for it as a specilic lor sick
headache and neuralgia.
'J IIOR. IS. I'owKI.t..
For sale by Dr. A. C D'jKes; add also by
l'r. d. t-i. Wannatnakcr.
But terick's fashion sheets for Nov.
is now ready at Henry Kohn's. Call
or send for one.
No bead-ache or back-ache for Indiea
who drink "WINE OF CARPIH."
For sale by Dr. J. <L Wannatnakcr
Corrected every week by Messrs. Bum.
I A ScoVIl.l?
Flti day, . Dec. 3, ISSO.
Low Middlings. loKA
i Irdinary. b'iv.'/i'i
New Corn .
Fodder, per 100 lbs. To
Hough Hire. lUU
i hctcgrapMc Gallery 1
Is now open and ready for business in all
i brauebcH of the art.
In order to accommodate all my friends
I shall he pleased to have you call and get
EIGHT FERROTYPES FOR $1.
Den't forgot the place
A. II. LEW IN',
Next to Dr. Peeves' Drugstore,
nov 2G I88U if
Large Sale of Personal Property.
I'y permission of the Probate./udge of
Orangeburg County, 1 wid sell on the tub
day of December next, nt the /fetfldci'ce of
^samuel K Rickeiibiikcr, deceased, the per
bon.'tl properly of the deceased, consisting
of hnr.-cs. nudes, cat tie, hoir*. .sheep, pro
visions, Ac Ac. Terms of wile?cash.
F.l.UABCTU S K.CKKNBAKKR,
N ovunber22d IS*0.
nov -? 21
County Commissioner's Okkick,
Orangt-btirg. 8. C, Nov. 114, 1880.
In accordance with Section 2 of An Art
of the General Assembly of the Stale of
South Carolina, entitled ''All Act to pro
vided for ihe past due indebtedness for
Orangeburg Coiin.y." I at i fled December
28rd 1870, all p? rtmns haying "PaMt Due
Claims ' against thesaid County, ore here
by notified to file with the Clerk of the
Hoard of County Ubt'iirn'ssioiiers fi?r said
County, on or before the twenty.seventh
(27tb) day of I'eeember 1880, their bids
upon the same, such bids to be Scaled and
endorsed, "Hills on Past Hue Claims, O. C.,"
and shall specify the drscwuut agreed to he
taken by the person so bidding.
1 hat the Hoard of County Commissions
wi'l meet at their office on the twenty-eighth
i'JStbj day of December 1880, for the pur
pose of opening and a. ting upon the bid.
That th?re is in the "Treasury to beau
plied to the Past Hue indebtedness, the bum
of two tbotisa'nd four hundred and filly-.mx
dollars, and 77 cents ($2 4">(l 77) a< per
Treasurer's report Nave tuber l?th 1S?0.
Hy < >rd*r oi the Hearth*
L. 11. W ANN VM A K P/R,
James Van Tassel,
On hand and receiving daily Fresh'Oro
ries. and the Finest Brands of Liquors m
town. DUO H TON STREET,
OHANi i KHCHti, S. C.
riMic finest mid cheapest
1 Liquors in Orangeb?rg, for sale at
Wallace Cannon's old stand.
Now is the time to buy from I
C; RE A.T
Ali styles of Shetland IrShawlsJand
Sacks, nnd Cloaks and Dolmlids', also
a larg e and tine assortment of Chil
drens and Missed Cloaks.
Offering extraordinary inducements
in all sty lei of
DRESS GOODS, SILKS, SATINS,
CASHMERES, ALPACC?S, &d.
I have ndiled largely to "my
ami nni now offering the. finest assort
ment and Largest Sioekevcr exhibi
ted in Orangeburg.
The attention of all Parents is
called to inyjinc selection of
BOYS & YOUTHS CLOTHING,
Oomprisi ng Dress and School suits.
Also elegant OVERCOATS for the
theVfild weather. Prices LOWER
than ever. A call is solicited and
TVfbh-'s -:r",p' CLOTHING at
PRICES t'iat will please everybody's
Sole agent tor Drlsh^imei.'s and
Miirkd'sIPhiladetpliia and Baltimore
tine R< )()TS and SliORS.
The Light Running
Domestic Sewing Machine
Also Needles, Attachments and parts
for all Vachines for s ale.
In conclusion would state that I
am now offering inducements in all of
my different departments, I 'shall be
pleased to have you call and exam
ine my Stock and Prices, and am
confident that you will be convinced
has the LARGEST selection, LOW
EST prices and NEWEST styles at
G-reat DrV G-?ods
HM PO It I UM
Tho undcisigned would respectfully iu
form the citizens of this ami adjoining
Counties that ho will furnish, on tho most
the best of Vehicles ami Harness or Sjfd
Horses, well broken and warren ted t
Alse alwavs nn hand and fur ?ale I W
KOESBS UM It
M Y O.MXIHCS will continue
j to meet evei y train
Done op die shortest notice by careful and
trusts hands. (live me a trial
W. M. SAIN,
At the Old Stand.
Ufr. C It. Jones keeps good horses and
buggies for hire, and is also prepared to do
all kinds of hauling promptly on short
notice. Terms reasonable.
ang 20 tf
tchoice Chewing und Smoking
) Tobacco, Brandy Peaches Ac,'at Wallae?
Cennon's old stand