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All dishes left from the Y. A. Fair
can be had, if called for, at the resi
dence of Mr. F.. S. Hubbell.
Subscribers to the Tim ks wil please
p.iy their dues to Mr. Kirk Robinson,
who will,, also take all new subscrip
We arc glad to sec Dr. DuBose
hack again after spending the sum
mer North. He looks well and
It is Mr. James II. Hamilton, and
not Capt. Jno. Hamilton, as we stated
in our last issue, who is building a
neat, cottage ou Glover Street
We.regret to hear that a brother of
our fellow townsman, Mr. D. N,
Smith, has been seriously ill for some
time, but hope he may Boon recover*
Mr. Theodore Kohn is now offer
ins his entire stock of fall and win
ter goods at aud below costs. Now
is the time to get bargains.
Mr. D. Smith, late of Cornelson's,
is now with D. E. Smoak <fc Co.,
where he wiil be pleased to see his
many friends and customers. . a.
If you want a extra fine segar at a
reasonable price, call in at Dr. J. G.
Wannaraaker's Drug Store and we
guarantee you will be accommodated.
Remember that you can get two
large illustrated papers and 24
beautiful chrouios for $'2 per year by
subscribing til rough W. V. Spencer
The antics of au unbroken mule
with a colored man who was attempt-,
ing to ride him attracted considera
ble attention on Monday afternoon
on Russell Street.
The party who got an odd pair of
slippers from tho Y. A. Fair, can
have.the mistake rectified by calling
at the residence of Mi. E. S. Hub
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Married on the Kith Dec, 18S0, a.
t lic residence of Geo. Binnicker, sir.,
by the Rev. W. F. Chaplin, Mr. G. A.
Ein nicker to Miss R. M. Johnson.
Also M r. D; .Smoak tp Miss .laue E
Iii j nicker.
There is a general confusion about
the name of the new street on the
Sou4Ir Western side of our town. The
.-. name which has been given lo
r.* iy resolution of the Town Council
i> Clover Street.
Cub Hugh S. Thompson delivered
:in oration in the Hibernian Hall in
Charleston yesterday, the birthday of
Robert E. Lee. It is due to virtue
that this occasion should be cele
Mr. J. G. Vose has just received a
full line of farming implements which
he iu offering at low prices. Also a
full and complete stock of groceries
and [crockery ware always on hand.
Give him a call.
The entertainment by the .young
men of our town will be given to
night and to-morrow night, as prev
iously announced. All lovers of fun
will do wall to come out and enjoy n
couple of evenings. A treat ie said
to be in ?toj<e.
We neglected to mention iu our
last, the-'death of old man Rrown.
the barber. He was a gooiLoTd man
and attended strictly to his business.
Although settled here but a few
years, he will be missed as a- land
mark of our town.
See the new advertisement of Cnpt.
John A. Hamilton in this issue.
Salt, rock lime aud axes of the best
quality are advertised at low figures.
Capt. John A. Hamilton is au old anil
reliable merchant, and all would do
well who patronize him.
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Our excellent Town Council has
done much for the improvement of
our town during the administration
of the present Mayor and Aldermen
The town has been kept cleanly, the
police have been enlarged and made
efficient, and good order has pre
We have been favored this week
with several communications on ini
port ant subjects to which we refer
our readers. On the subject of the
Fence Law we have nothing to say at
present. On the educational ques
tion, we are perfectly in accord with
both writers as to the importance of
a Graded School and Teachers In
stitute, and hope the matter will be
agitated until something tangible'is
rsrS. Heyward has becu ap
pointed to 1111 the place of Mr. Fish
er, who has resigned his situation in
in the Agricultural College nt Or
nngoburg, and entered upon his du
ties on Wednesday. Mr. Hey ward is
u toucher ol experience.-und culture,
and we have no doubt will receive
the permanent appointment when it
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The friends and relatives of Mar
tin, an ex-pupil of Claflin, who was
taken up in Charleston for robbing
the mails, say that there are two sides
to the question, and that Martin was
innocently decoyed by a plot of a po
litical adversary, whose object it was
to ruin him. The tricks of politics,
it is true, are various, but whether
this is one or not, we kuow nothing.
There seems to be no end to the
bad weather. A few days ago the
sun came out aud everybody was re
joicing in the prospectof fair weath
er, when here comes the rain again
People, we understand, are prevented
from coming to town on account of
the condition of the roads. No doubt
that some sit tiering lias been caused
by the limited supply of lire wood
that can be hauled in.
? *~ A complete change has boon made
in the arrangement of Mr. Corml
sou's mammoth store. The groceries
have hcen moved to the rear. The
hardware is moved into a separate
apartmcut nuclei- the management of
(.'apt. Wuunumakcr. By the change
more room has been obtained and the
duties of the clerks considerably
simplified and systeinati/.ed. It is
useless to say anything in commen
dation of this popular and enterpris
ing establishment. Mr. Gary is
Chief clerk. _
The Exhibition of Powell Brothers
in Orangeburg last week, was well at
tended and was fully up to anything
of the kind ever witnessed in our
town ill this line. The feats of|
legerdemain were wonderful. The
mystery of a man entering a box thttt
was locked in the presence of the
large audience ami lashed with ropes
cannot be unraveled. The most val
uahle presents were distributed, and
all went away well pleased. We
have tu* doubt these brothers will
draw Farge house*- wherever they go.
Judge Mocker, while on bis way
to the depot tin Saturday hist, had
[occasion to observe the profanity
r practised by the colored pd?jde on
the streets, lie observed also that
there was no policeman at the depot,
lie expressed surprise that the law
against swearing and vulgar expres
sions on the streets, is not enforced,
and that so important a place us the
depot was left without a policeman.
Profanity is too common on our
streets, and the depot is a resort for a
very low set of men and women.
A circular has been issued by
Grand Worthy Patriarch Rev. S.
I.ander, of Williamston, urging a
general rally throughout the State to
induce our next Legislature to pass
a law "totally prohibiting the manu
facture and sale of ardent spirits as a
The circulai sets forth that the re
cent action of the Legislature on the
subject iu "of iuestimuhlc value us
an evidence of the tendency of the
enlightened public sentiment of the
country," but it holds that total pro
hibition is needed.
We regret to learn of the death, at
George?-' Station, ou last Thursday,
of M r. ,Joseph Street, the lather of
our esteemed townsman Mr. J. ?!.
Street, in the f?7tll year of his age.
Mr. Street was a highly esteemed
citizen and a consistent Christian
whose private life was in every way
exemplary. The large attendance
at his funeral ceremonies, and the
touching discouses of the officiating
clergymen best attcut the estimation
in which he was held by the com
munity in which be lived. Our sym
pathies are with the bereaved family.
The County Board of Examiners
are now engaged in the examination
of the papers of the applicants to
teach in our County. The work is
not yet completed, but so far four
applicants have been rejected, and
eight have passed. We give the fol
lowing names of the successful can
didates to whom certificates will be
issued, corresponding with their sev
eral grades: .Miss Rosa C. Thnritl
Mrs. M. P.Phillips,Mrs..) T.Jones'
Mr.?. E. A. Murpb, Rev. W. S. John
son, P. D. Harris, C. .1. Idx, and N.
.1. Kennedy. Next week we hope to
publish the names of the remaining
Clothing! clothing!! clothing!!!
I). K. Smoak it Co., arc now offer
ing their entire stock of winter cloth
ing, nieb blankets anil heavy winter
goods ut actual cost for cash. Should
you need anything in clothing,
shawls, blankets, jeans, ore, don't
forget, that you can buy from them
25 per cent, less than regular prices.
K. IL Martin, a student or gradu
ate of Chilli n University, was taken
up in Charleston for forging a note
on .'Pitman Brothers, or receiving
money under false pretences. It is
said that he overheard a conversat ion
that this draft to the amount of over
.$:i00 was to be sent from William
burg through the post office, and he
managed to rob the mails and get it.
lie is a young colored man, about 22
years of age, of more than ordinary
intelligence. After his gradaatiou
he taught school iu Williamsburg,
and in the last election it will not 1)0
surprising to hear that he was a can
didate fort.be Legislature on the He
In our local strolls a few days ago,
stopping at the store of Mr. P. G. |
Cannon, we were shown a piece of a
glass bottle taken out of the stomach
of an alligator captured by Mr
Lewis Evans, on Four Holes, some
lime in the Fall. ThCj.glass was
rubbed smooth ?even the edge being
rounded from ware, showing that it
must have been swallowed by the alli
gator many years back.
Iu connection with this we are told
that before the war, when our people
were accustomed at stated periods to
assemble for muster and picnic on.
Felder's old Held, a good and faithful
old colored man, who always attend
ed on such occasions, but who was
unfortunately, like some of our Con
gressmen, too fond ofjhis bottle, was,
after one of these gala days, found
A diligent search was mode for
him, and after several days, his bag
and fishing cane were found on the
edge of the run of Four Holes.
It was in this vicinity that the al
ligator was captured with the piece
of ghtss bottle to which we have re
ferred, inside of him. It is unlikely
that, .he alligator would have swal
lowed the bottle atone, either for its
own sake, or for the sake of what it
contained. Who knows then but
that this alligator swallowed the
; man, whiskey bottle and all, while
[ the poor fellow was lying at the wa
ters' edge iu a state of inebriation.
We do not vouch for the story, but
only give it for what it is worth, hop
iugthat each reader will take it with
the necessary grains of allowance.
The two parts of the story, when
taken separately arc said to be strict
ly correct, but when taken as a wholci
there may be some slight room for
I). K. Smoak A Co. commenced
hauling fertilizers this week. They
will handle seven or eight of the heat
brands this season, and will sell
them very low for cash, und cheap on
credit. Farmers will Hud it to their
interest to examine '.heir stock before
making arrangements with other
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The Union Meeting of the Secoud
Division of Orangeburg Association
will convene at the Two Mile Swamp
Church Saturday before the fitu Suu
day in this month. All the churches
are expected to meet with us.
W. F. Chaplin, Moderator.
Extra lino beef, pork and nuittou
furnished every week at the well reg
ulated market of Marion Jackson.
We take this opportunity to inform
the ladies and the public generally
.that we have discontinued the sale of
whiskey, dec. We keep a nice as
sortment of dress goods, notions,
shoes, hats, fancy, and staple groce
ries, which sre offered' at lowest fig
ures. Satisfaction guaranteed, and
frequent visits solicited.
I). E. Smoak <k Co.
Gentlemen's furnishing goods, em
bracing linen collars, cuffs, half
hose, ai d some of the best quality of
Uttlttuudried shirts at 75 cents and
.$1.25 at J. I. Sorcntrue.
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.
" BLACK-DRAUGHT" make* chills
and lever impossible.
For sale by Dr. J. G. Wunnamakcr
Goods arriving by every train for
J. I. Sorrcntruo. He will make, this
season, shoes n specially as his
large ami varied stock will show by'
Beauty, health, ami happiness for ladies
in 11 WINE OF CARDUI."
For sale by Dr. J. G. Wannamaker
Don't forgot to carry your cotton
samples to D. K. Sinoak it Co. They
pay the highest prices and pay the
"WINE OF CARDUI " for Ladies only.
For sale by Dr. J. G. Wannamak
The drug storo where can get your
money's worth in at Dr. .1. G. Wan
namaker, Orangeburg C. IL. S. C.
We buy the best, keep the best, and
sell it at low prices, hence, if you want
any thing in the drug line, call and
sec us. We keep a full line of hair
and tooth brushes, toilet soaps, per
fumery, sponges, patent medicines;
make prescriptions a specialty; will
be found at our post, day or night.
J. 1. Sorentrue is just in receipt
of a large lot of Tobacco of all grades,
which he v ill sell cheaper at retail
than the ftnmc could be bought in
Charleston at wholesale, and another
choice lot of Hams at 10 cents per
pound. Go to see him.
Take " BLACK-DRAUOtiT " and you
will peter be bilious.
For sale by Dr. .1. G. Wannamaker
It is found at last! Something new
under the sun A new era is drawing
upon woman. Hitherto she has hem call
ed upon to sutler the ills of mnnkind and
her own besides. The frequent and dis
tressing irregularities peculiar to her sox
have long been to her the ''direful spring
of woes unnumbered." In the mansion of
the rich and hovel of jwvcrtr alike woman
has been ttie con* tan t yet patient victim of
a thousand illu unknown to man?and
without a remedy. "Oh Lord, how long!"
in the agony of her sold, hath hho cried.
Hut now the hour of her redemption is
come. She will xufhr no mere, for Brad
field's Female Regulator, "Woman's Beat
Friend," in . tor salo by Dr. A. C. Dukes,
and also by Dr J. Q. Wannamaker.
Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfield, Atlanta,
Oa.; price, $1 50 per bottle.
A tiki package o( "BLACK-DRAUGHT"
free of charge at
For sale by Dr. J. G. Wannnmak
[Read what Gen. Q. T. (Tige) ?nderet
Messrs. Hutchison A Bro.: Gentlemen ? I
have been a great sufferer from neuralgia?
the attacks lasting for days, 1 had tried
every known remedy without being reliev
ed. In ray last attack I tried your ''Neu
ralgine," sod in a short time was perfectly
cured It is a consolation to know that I
have at 1**1 a remedy that controls this
painful disease, and I can cheerfully re
commend it to ail who sutler as I do.
Gl. T. Anukhsok,
Chief of l*oliec.
Atlanta, April IS, 1830.
LoutHTlI.lJt, Kt., May 3, 187??.
Messrs. Hutchison & Bro.. Atlanta, (ia.:
Gents? For sixteen years 1 have diligently
sought for some specific (of speedy action)
for neuralgia and headaclie?recent use of
your ?\Nenralginc" proves I have at last
found it and I take great pleasure in fully
endorsing your remedy as possessing eveiy
quality chimed for it as a specific fur ?ick
headaclie and neuralgia.
Titos. F.. PowKLL..
Forsale by Dr. A. <,'. buk*?, ami also by
Dr. J. Uf Wannamaker,
I). E Siuouk haw returned with
the finest lot of clothing ever ofJorcd
in this market. a
No head-ache or back-ache for ladies
who drink "WINE OF CARDUI."
For salcmby Dr. J. G. Wannamaker
If you need a nice set of harness
don't buy until you have priced them
at D. E. Sinoak <k t'o.'s. They have
just received a tine lot. a
Corrected every week by Messrs. Bui.t.
Faiuar, dan -0, 1380.
Low Middlings. 10>?10J
t 'ora.l?'.'j flu
Fodder, per 100 lbs. 76
Rough Kies.<. 1U0
SCHOOL COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE,
Otangehnrg, S. f., Dec. '2d. 1880.
The v . ? 'I . ? c >e various School
D ? ?'? > i ?' ? ij 0 angehurg, are
i i their reports
< i . < . >? i iie and color
ij- . i- several Dis
tf .... < ? ? inner, as early
. ? i oi January,
i e .vchool fund,
u ? ; ii.ued upon the
in. . < rejKirts are
m u| portionmeut.
...an .?, i mis duly to
:t ; iv .. . ..( i...., o. t he education
LI S IJ. M E Li. ICH AMP,
feeiiooi t oiituiissi oner, O. ?.
ULTON Market Beef, best ever tasted
at VAN TASSEL'S.
J. W. MOSELEY
1 Wll.l. kkurivm ten DAYS
A CAR LOAD
O. 1>. HOIITJOHN
sept 17 hsso tf
SHAVING AND HAIR-DRESSING
Done in the most approved style by . H.
MATTHEWS, nn Experienced Barber, on
Market Street, in rear of the* I'oHtofhce.
Now is the time to buy from g
All Btylea of Shetland (Shawls'and
Sack?, nndJCIoaks and Dolmans, also
a large and fino assortment of Chil
dren! and Misses Cloaks
Offering extraordinary iuduoomeata
in idl|stylfs of
DRESS GOODS'SILKS, 8ATIN?,
I have added largely.to'my
and am now offering tho fiuest^aasort
mont and Largest Siockjovor exhibi
ted in Oraugeburg.
The attention', of all Parents ia
called to my fine selection of
"BOYS A YOUTHS CLOTHING,
Comprising Dress and School suits.
Also elegant OVERCOATS for the
tho cob I weather. Prices LOWER
than ever. A call is solicited und
mtisfactionigtiarnn teed. T,
Men's fi?e CLOTHING at
PRICES tnat will please}everybody's
Sole ngont for Dnlsheimei's and
Marko'? Philadelphia ami Baltimore
Hue.HOOTS and SHOES.
Domestic Sewing ^Machine
Also Need lea. Attachments and parts
for all ? uchines for sale.
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 jib at you, will bej convinced
has the LARGEST selection,tLOW
EST pi ires and NEWEST .styles at
Great Dry Goods
BEST nualityensed fond Milk at
In compliance with the order of the
Court of Common Plea* I will ?teil the
rttal estate mentioned and divided in the
several cases stated helow, at Onmgehurg
Court House on the first Monday in Feb
ruary next, within the legal Jhours:
Caroline L. Stroman and others. Ex'rs. vi
T. I?. Whaley and W J. HeTreviMe.
All that lot of land in the Town of Orange
burg, opposite the Court Hnnse. on Chnreh
Street, bounded North by lot of land of
John I). Stroinun und >s'oiilh and East by
lot of N A Hull and West by said Street
measuring in front cn said Street about
fifty one feet and four inches more or lea*
and from East to West forty four fitct, more
or less, and on the back one, from North
to South on N A Hull's lot, about fifty feet*
Tel ins of sale. One half ea-h and the bal
ance payable in one year, with a bond bear
in? interest frein the day of sale, ?ecured
by a mortgage of the lot. I'urchastr to pay
foi papers and recording. If the purchas
er shad fail ;o comply, the lot will re-sold
i at his risk on the same day or on some con
venient sale day afterwards.
Ann C* Wingard' guardian va Thomas
All that lot of laud hi Village and Coun
ty of Orangeburg, situate between the Pub
lic Road and a Branch and separated by
Paid ttoad from lands of P. P. O'Neill d
of T. 11. V. ha ley; and M-parated by aaid
branch from lands ot Henry EH'ts und T. P..
Whaley. Hounded to the North bv iatuli
now or late of F P. Phelpi and to the
South by lands of W S. Henry, containing
Eight acres more or los*. Terms: Out
half ..cash and the balance in one
>ear, secured by a bond learing interest
from the day of sal* with a mortgage of
the premises. 1 f the purchaser shall fail to
comply with the lei ms the lot will be re
sold at his risk on the same or on some
odier convenient sale day Purchaser to pay
for paper* and recording.
Hank of Charleston, rs E- M. and A. J.
All that Tparcel or traet of land, situate
in the County of Orangeburg, containing
one hundred ami thirty seven and one half
acres, more Or le.-s, and bounded by land*
of Henry If. Earnum and Johnson Porter,
S. H. Cannaday ami Elizabeth M. Jackson,
Terms. CHsh,nnd if the.purchaser .-hall fail
to comply with the terms of ?sie the land
will he sold at his risk on the same or on
the next succcedingly ?a eday, on the same
terms. Purchasers to pay for papers and
Waiter's OHice, ) THUS. VY.CiLOVKR.
Jan. 10,1 SSI. J Master
CHOICE Ohio Kama at
JAMES VAN TAS8ALM.
J. DBS ANDREWS,
Would Respectfully inform the Citieens
of Orangeburg, dial he has in charge the
Mtwek and fixtures of Z. J. King, nt Wallnro
CnaDou's Old Stand. Main Street?where
ko will be glad to serve his friends and the
public with anything in bis line of trade.
Every thing fresh and pure, and guaran
teed ' to give satisfaction. A full line of
OOOD8 kept constantly on hand.
Uoin ami raised in Orangoburg, I hope
te receive a liberal share of the pntronagc
of my Kollow-Citizens.
J. DEE ANDREWS,
jay 21 ly
BABBLE Wb BIS,
onk noon east op
Dr. 6. Wannamaker,
1\f a mi fac Hirers, of aa<J
Denier? in nil kinds of American ana
.Marble nnd Slate Mnnlelrtt
And all kinds of f?tdh? Work furn
ished to any design*
Polished Granite Work
Kither Native or Foreign to order At
Lowest Possible Prices.
Correspondenco solicited with these
in wait ot anjr work . in , tho nheVfe
line. Oot 1?If
call AT Tin:
LONG ESTABLISH KD
BREAD, HOLLS, CAKES,
Aleo Itaisine. Currant*. Citron, Kutn
anil Canned Goodaof-all kiuila.
A fresh lot of Confer! ftonery now
on hand. And a full assortment of
(II K ISTMAS GOODS
Via: Cups and Saucers, Vases, Toilet Sets,
i>aJl*, Tea Beta, Mugs, Tin Toys of all
descriptions, Lamp .Stands, CliiU
dren'n Chairs, VYngons, Book
ing Homes, Ac., ?See., Ac."
Call at once and get whnt you wnnt for
Christmas. I'arties wishing articles for
Christmas Trees will do well to come bow
while they can make a good selection.
Don't fail to call at
T. W- Aiberprotti'?
And he convinced that Santa Claus will
soon he here.
The undersigned respectfully In
fotms the public that he is prepared
to do all
Kind of Work
in the above line on the shortest no*
ttoe anil at
HORSESHOEING done iu the
beet possible manner.
I also have in full operation my
PLANING AND MOULDING"
All work in this line done without
delay and on reasonable terms.
A share of the public patronage ii
july 25 H. RIGG8.
A fine lot of
8oH A Flat* Jewelxy,
Ladies, Misses and Children Sets?
Bings. Charms, &o.
Watche and Clocks
FlILDREN'S RA IIS PIERCF.D frea
of Charge wheu Bings nre Bought.
Call before buying elsewhere.
W. F. Uobinaon.
To arrive to-day at my STABLES
ou Market Streek
Pine Horse S suited to an*
Those needing a Horse will do well
to call at once.
~B. Frank Sin ter.
TEE DICt VZOZTABtZ 100300? KADI.
Tho most cortntu modlelno to eis
atl Utnoasos ot ttio blood, auch oa Seat* I
ulrv, llhoumntlsm, Bolt Ithoiin), ToirBe.)
Pimples, tteh. Cancers, Soros, Abcess? [
es, ttoucti Hktn, Swollou Joint?, SrkVB
Tho most reltntito LIVBIt OOnOECT
on, will euro Chronic Constipation).
IleA.tacho, Doprosnton, Inrttirrsltosj,
Oyspupsla, Heartburn, Laiigatdrneos,
The- mostcomptot? Khlney .tpeelfle.
eure? Drabotes, F.jcosa of Urine, roten
tlon ot Urine, Sight Bwoat?, Polna to
I Are you a Sufferer?
It so, try ono boltto ot ihta valuaMo
modleino, and got relief, no bumbo*
err, no <h<o?ptton, nrndo by iwdob
slble. parlies bom ?lru(cs that hs?n
been known for yivir* to our br*t Vng
alclans as Pj>ocinea tor <sny ot above
All DruEflsU tail it. Prteo ?1 ??i BottU.
THE BROWN CHEMICAL CO
35 8. Sharp St., Baltimora. Md.
mar 12 ly
I7K)R the Freshest and Selected stock of
; Groceries go to VAN TASSEL'S.