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^-??2 ?' i i**B JKF JL^ "^ST" SSI C?^ ?JE iL?:-? ,, ^
j? CLOSING OUT! WINTER STOCK CLOSING OUT!
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, &C, FOU 30 T*AYS ONLY!
ai^ Give U3 a call and convince yourselves that we mean what we say ! Jjj?
Tho Orangeburg Timen
?Ii O C .A. X.
The weather is still unaettled.
Mr. Wm. Snin has moved to Ii it:
now residence near the Railroad.
The first report seems to have been
oovreet that Melutiro't leg is broken.
A mad dog was killed last week at
Col. Folder's place.
Don't fail to cull curly at Henry
Kohn's clearing sales.
We are shocked at the display
given by the press to the cock fight
ing in Greenville.
Mr. CVrnelson is shipping bales of |
the new yarn made at bis factory,
This looks li/ce business.
We arc glad to .see Mr. 1). W.
Robinson out again, lie had a severe
attack of illness sonic days ago.
Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized
to receive subscriptions aud all dues
to the Timks.
Married on the 27th dun., 1881, by
Rev. S. Hay den, M r. Joseph Brunsen
to Miss Francis L. Heir. All of
Orangeburg Countv, S. C.
Interesting religious .services arc
going on at the Methodist Church,
which wo hopi will be productive of
A. I). Caunou and M. A. Poyse
Esqs., have been appointed, by Uov.
Hagood, Notaries Public tor Orauge
A Radical paper is sou:/ to be
started in SV-inter, of which the In
dependent. Fleming i.*-. to be editor.
Jlc is a pungent writer.
It is rumored thtita eol< ied in-, a
named Alux Jellcoat, was Uillc< on
Tuesday, in the Hull Swamp t i in
in unity by a piuotre* falling on hint,
v< bile splitting rails.
Married, Ja.mury 27th I8NJ-, at the
Residence id' the bride's father, by
Rev. 1). W. Cutttlo, M r. Clarence
Dantzlur to Miss M. Shuler. All of
We return our thanks to Col. John
T Sloan, Clerk of the House of Re
presentatives, for a neat pamphlet
containing the recently passed acts
of the General Assembly.
Factories arc springing up all over
the Sont h, and we have no doubt that
in a few years this section will ccpial
any in the Union, if the race" ques
tion can bo amicably scttl d.
Prof. HolTman's second entertain
rxent came oil' on last Friday even
ing with renewed success. The act
ing of "Old Blind Joe," by Mr. Jas.
A. Hamilton, with the chorus of the
troupe, was highly complimented.
Married on thu ilOth Jan.. 1884, at
the residence of the bride's father,
by the Rev. F. Aui.l, Mr. J. A. Sum
mers to Miss ('arric Pooser, daughter
of Mr. W m. Pooser. All of Orange
burg County, S. C.
We regret to learn that Mr. Pom
brook Bruuson was taken seriously
ill on Monday morning; and that
Mr. Dan Cannon is still very sick.
Wo hope soon to be aide to report
them both recovering.
Lap rings and liuk.->, hoes. rakes,
slings, plows, axes, forks, pocket
knives, carpenter tools, and in l*a< t
everything iti the hardware mid gun
line just received and for sale low
flown at P. G. Cannon's.
On Sunday night some rogue took
a horse from the stable of Mr. E.G.
Jenkins. The animal has isince been
found in the ' vicinity of M r.
Hobt. Cope's place the thief evident
ly having let him loi.se after he had
finished using her.
There arc sixty-live far mars in tho
present House of Representatives of
South Carolina, being more than ono
half. There arc only twenty-live
lawyers. We think that this may,
therefore, bo called the farmer Legis
la Iii re.
Ae Spring advances the horse and
mule market becomes brisk. Droves
of slock are continually going out
into the country to supply the runn
ing n ecesslt ic?.
Mr. S. L. Ay era is about t'? open a
new stoioat the stand formerly occu
pied by Mr. Schachte. We wish him :
success, and note with pleasure the ;
indication of business success.
In co versation with farmers, we j
find that the oats crop has been com
pletely killed around Si. Matthews,
and in other sections of the County j
bv the cold and rainy weather
We hear complaints of much row- i
dyism and evil doing on Amelia
Street, which is supplied with neilh- !
cr lights nor policemen. Our Ciu 1
Fathers milv consider ill ? Biibjec
Mr. II. S, Rcnnckcr has \\>: re
ecived a large supply >t ph ws,
trace , baincs, hoc.-., forks axes ati
other faruiiny, implements, which he
is selling low own f< i cash
Mrs. ?I. It. Lalloche has been lying
critically ill for several days past,
but, we arc gla 1 to be aide to icport
that at this writing the symptoms
are more favorable. We hope for her
Six or seven lijw houses are in
process of erection in our prosper
ous town. 'I he sound of the ham
mer is heard in every direction. Capt.
lu ll has sent oil lor eight mere car
penters to meet the ucmantls.
Critic hast.- n menced his valuable
articles again. Our readers will be
I glad that :: n^t from legislative du
ties enables him to pay attention to
the Tim es a^ain. Farnurs, read
what ho says i >-day.
Edmund \V McOrcgor ."riaekay
reappeared at Oraugeburg on Mon
day, au i was engagud during the day
in grin ling the outrage mill. His
coining is always a signal for the old
. ack poiiiiciana io tl ?ck around the
All parties interested are requested
t<? fond tin- notice of the oflice hours
and days of the School Commission
er published iu another column as he
will tjo'. attend to any official busi
ness outside of the hours and days
Wo regret tu see that the Lancas
ter lie vine < ffkv, with the type, ma
terial, books, Ac, was destroyed by
lire mi the 2f>th .laHilary. Two at
tempts were made to set the oflice on
lire. The first uns 1 list fated, hut
the Seeon I succeeded. There was
an i 11.-lirauee of $>00, and we hope
the paper will soon be re established.
Wo are pained to learn of the death
on Saturday, and 'he burial on Sal
day. in the Fork of Edi^'.O, of Mrs.
Way, the ago I unit her of Mrs. James
Cannon. Jr., of our town. She was
an esl imable lady, and true Christian,
and has now gone to !i t rest. Our
synipal hies are extended to tin
bereave 1 family.
Now is the time for bargains a
f!pc. II Cornclson's. For the next,
thirty days there will be a gran
clearing out sale of boots, shoes. h:i
dry goods and clothing to make rooi
for Spring goods. Lie offers hi
slock al a sacrifice, and all win ?
id once will reap the benefit, Re;
A few day s ,140, while Capt. A. .;.
Evans, of our County was returning
from Rlackvillc, after dark, ridin?
with a lady in his biigy,y heutud his
wagon, which was sent ahead, somi
fiend, concealed by the roadside near
the junction of the Grahams and
lilackville roads, tired at Ilia party,
the ball passing through the clothing
of the wagon driver, and missing
(.'apt. Evans and the holy but a few
iindies. Fortunately the driver was
armed und returned the lire, Capt
Evans pursued the would-be assassin
to the swamp, firing upon him three
times. Doubtless, the scoundrel sup
posed the parties were unarmed and
(Jen. James II. Uallouquist or the
United States survey, who is en
gaged in surveying our water c ourse
passed through Oraugoburg on Tues
day, on Iiis way to Pittsburg. He
will return shortly to survey the
EJisto. We are glad to see that he
has with him our clever friend, Mr.
Win. Oakmau, son of Mrs. Oalctnaii
of our town, as assistant surveyor.
The editor of the Timks di ir< to
return his thanks to the Ed ist? Band
fjr the sjrenade at his res I tice on
last Friday night, Although absent
himself, it was highly enjoyed by
others of tha household, for whotn,
we mi leratau 1. it was equally intend
ed) an 1 who are beUer able to appre
ciate the excellent music wldch is so
delightfully iispeuscd by the young
meu u:i lor the superior training and
lea Iership of Mr. Oivebs.
A col ired man; named Sam Salley,
was kille I nil Saturday night, on the
turpentine farm of Mr. Hart, in the
Fork, iu an altercation with some uf
the turpentine hands. On Monday
morning Coroner Heidtman proceed
ed to the spot and summoned a jury
of inquest. The verdict was that
"the deceased came to his deat h at the
hands of one Robert Jamison with a
club or maul." Jamison has been
lodged in jail to await his trial.
Capt. John A. Hamilton is receiv
ing several car loads of ihc "Star
Cotton Manure," which is highly re
commended by all farmers who have
used it. Some s:<y it is "the manure
they will use .so long as it can be
had." It is an ituimouiated ran bone
phosphate of the hj.ui character
as Con's and Mn; ?s. ].: uis.o adver
tises Stone phosphate, kainit, lime,
ifce. Iiis ?lange of advertisement
will appear next week. We com tuend
his manures to the attention of far
mers preparing for their crops.
The Ronnie Meyer Combination
Company will perform at the Mason
ic Hali in our town on Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday nights. Judging
from the comments of the press it is
an excellent entertainment, and those
who fail to come out will hereafter re
gret the loss of ''golden opportuni
ties." The drama entitled "Fam-hon
the Cricket" has excited much inter
est at the North, where it has been
acted by this company. A Imissioti
;?0 cts; reserved seats 7Sots; children
25 cts. Ticket for sale at Dr. A. < .
Dukes Store. Com? out one and all!
We understand thai a species of|
randalisin has been going on for
some weeks in the Fast i n porth :i of
our town, in tin; way <>.' removing
gates and concealing them iu places
where the owners a e put to great
trouble i:i Ii ding then and restor
ing them lo their places Mr. F. A.
Schiflley's gute has been taki n o:l |
three times in the las! Ibrtirtrht,
and the last time it ?:i hid under
the Railroad briiig . Mi'. VViii.
Sains gale was als.? tuovcil, ami Mr.
John Lucas' yard was lei; open to the
destruction of the shrubbery We
understand that the parlies engaged
in this frolic are suspected, and we
w ! i ii t hem ' o desis .
. In oniy ilvay to make the Pdlilic
-?... . cm cll'cctive in the country
! people to cooperate with the
state ; . upporlihg good schools.
Lei each coiirtiiunily cmpioy the best
.cr attainable. Lid tin- public
fund support him ns long as it lasts,
ami as soon as it is exhausted let the
patrons take the burden upon them
selves an l keep tlu school open for
the remainder of the school year*
The State, without aid from the
National government, cannot tin tlu
work by itself. The parent must not
depend upon the State, nor the Slate
upon the parent, but both must work
together, if we wish good schools.
In our towus und villages tveniust
have graded schools. Upon this
subject wo will make no further com
ments at. this time, but an ait another
letter from our correspondent who
baa nlroadystarted the ball in motion
and we hnye will kocp it moving.
Road curd of 'die new lnw linn o
Col. W. J. ReTrevllle aud Hon. C
R. Glover in this issue. Both gentle
men are lawyers of eminent ability.
I ami we think this partnership an ex
i On Monday' morning the body of n
I new born infant was found p: it ill'",
1 Mild rudely buried in a rough box
j in a vacant lot on the South
; side of Glover Btreet on the line of
I continuance of Doyle street. Doubt
less it was put here soaietimc during
the previous night. The babe, which
RccuiCii to bf n?.ii ly white, was found
with a cloth suing arouud its neck
with which it was evidently cruelly
strangled to death. Coroner Heidt
man summoued a jury of inquest
%v Ji ich hnn not yet arriveJ at
a verdict for lack of testimony, but
the investigation is going on.
The Barn wel l Sentinel asks the
following (piestiou: "How tunny j
County lawyers will volunteer th"i>
services in defence of the persecuted
Democrats." We think we can an
i swor for the lawyers of Oraitgcburg,
I that they will come Bquarely to the
frout, aud do their duty. The law
yers ?hay give 'heir service-. Inn it is
too much to expect that they should
also pay tli.'ir traveling expenses rind
the expenses of witnesses and papers.
The Democratic party must provide
th'd moans to defray the expense*.
Tin; man who refuses to contribute '
his quota, when the demand is m:u!ot j
I is uuworthy of the advantages of
good govcruiuetit which lie enjoys. |
The Raleigh. N. C, AW* fays:
1 "One of the most agreeable oceu
sioos which has occurred in bur
Stale was tue" bop given by Mrs.
I Governor Jarvis, Friday night, to .
j her fj:end aud guest, Miss A nna
I Keif, of South Carolina. Mi--s Iveitl I
is li lovely biou l>, ac ompliMied in
mi ltd and man tiers, A?d since, her
visit here has won fo'r her.--elf ihnnv
[admirers. She! is a daughter of the!
distinguished L?Avreiiets Keilt, ??eii!
remembered by many of mir eil der
Col. Keitt was one of Ornncreburg's
most gifted soils in the past, rcprti-j
seuliugthis District with honor in!
Congress. lie was killed in the late j
war about the same tim<; with hi-> j
! brave anil Iii nie.: le 1 iinriipeor, Coi. ?. j
M. Daiit/lcr, ?notIn r illustoiotis son j
of our Cotint v. 1
Wo have received from Mr. Ah. I
lrews, a sample Of bis Scot eh tiled
pteparei bv the Ehg'ish Boitling
: : ? ? - i
utiu-jiji: prepared ginge?-, j
as ah appet izer and tonic, it is!
?' I, en it tint be excelled. It is strict I
\ a temperance drink, suitable fo !
i.'s an:l children, as well as 1*4"?j
:' fathers, br >t b-i-?? an 1 tirndss.
$1 50 per n?. All order.- de
od fl ee of cliai" A
I*. < I K I i ve ? IV ? .1 1 !t?. i ?!
' u;.'. v Whip*. '25. 50 To ci--., ?].\
$1 J? *2. alt. I Km ijohiiV
The !i'i mpionslrp i-; it warded to
Flaog's I'iiprnve 1 Liver and Stoma? !,
J'.ul, the never failing remedy for
i dyspi'psij^ hiUiOusite? f, dini i i.o-a.
I dysentery, foul stomach, liCjri lach ??
j fever, -pains in the limbs and I 0 !y.
ngucj slei plv'f sii( ss, vnl iable sippetite,
fetching, vomititig after meals, night
?OugiU', v/:::.t of c . . ami Othoi
iiVer complaints. Take ho ihedicihoi: I
lisi i iiggS Ha l and bO cured at 1
BROTUKRS1 Sparkling Champagne j
Champagne Lager H er,
A X. r nmihi l'o.'U r,
(linger A lo,
Old Holland Cm.
London Royal I'airri 0in^
Sweet Appl ? ('; icr,
Catnwha, Port, and Sherry Wines, i
Always (in hand til
ANDREWS' SAL< >0N
Mr. I). Smith, late of Cornelson's,
is now with 1). E. Sinoak Si Co.,
w hore he w ill be pleased to see his
many friends and customers. A
Butterick'e Fashions for January
and February now- out. Call for a
copy, free at H?.nry Kolm's. |
Kami tour., Oel. 4, 1830
Mu. A. R. Mottzb
I 1 ear Sir: l-nst winter I w n in bid the
ifjout of the tinn-, und spent thirty-five dol
lars for medicine. One day my physician
?*h itJ he wished me to get n bottle ot l,I'?L
moxa." I did so. I vta* eure?! on two
third* of tlu- bottle. In tli" meantime my
wife took a heavy sold, nml wna oured bv
lining tin' bdluncc of the 'M'clmosa."
WhiNt I wn using it the Doetor earn?: t"
-t c hu; every 'lay, hu "aid u> watch the
eltcctaol "1'ci.miiNa." After witnciung it.-?
Rdtoniddng eilcets he threw up hin hands
und excluitni.'d, ,lI tun going to recommend
that i'uLMONA to every one dint lets any
thing which it id intended to euro." i feel
it i.- u (in y 1 owe ttiflering humanity to
write liiit), and you can pubh*h it far and
r.?-:ir. 1 believe tliui PuLMoNA in the
graudcHt runciy of the ago for Lung
Thus. \V. Ki.kh.
3U0 Saratoga Htreet.
50 routs per t ottle, for au'.e by Agent,
1 >r J < i. \\ Hiinaintiker
If you wan; a extra fne fiegar at a
reasonable price, call in n' Dr. J. G.
VYuuuHiiiakcr's Drug Store and we
gun ran tee you '.??l be accommodated.
Valentine?? new styles?chromo,
vcuitian, caiueo und laeedge, very
I handsome in design arid finish, arc
displayed this season at Henry
We take this opportunity to inform
the ladies and the public generally
tliat we have discontinued the sale of
whiskey, &c. We keep u nice as
sortment of dress goods, notions,
shoos hats, fancy, ami staple gtoce
! ri?s, which arc uttered at lowest fig
ures. Satisfaction guaranteed, aud
t req ? r.-ttl ". i S i'..: t cd.
D. E. k Co.
I The White Sewing Machine is as
popular as ever and the sales have
Steadily increased. Every lady de
j lighted \s i;' i I hem. 3?\ Call und see
/them at Heury Kohii's.
A heavy load is rct iowd when the
nervous, debilitating reeling, the
headuchf, i;. .-.lion, fo..l stomach,'
rheumatic j i . waul of energy, j
gloomincsa uud general sickness |s I
banished aud lie. system strengt ? :J i
e i and healthy. No medi ties
etlect his. Dr . ? g's Impro ?
Liver a.i i lite t:acL i ? I is the o.
renn; Ivi j
Uy reference :i JTenry FCo'm s a I ? i
vertisend ". \o\i will notice he D j
i losing out hia t tit '? Slock of winter j
goods. Don't xiii'ss the chance as he
means what he 5ay,. j
D. ly. Stiinak a- : (ire m.w oiler- ,
*ing their eutirt stoi k of wi?t er cloth
nig, also blankets and heavy winter
goods at actual cost for cash. Should
you n.-.^.i anything in clothing,
shawls, bunkcts, jeans, A.c., don't
forget that you can buy from them
*J'> j >'v i ent. less tl.au regular prices.
Kxtra line beef, pork and mutton
furnished every week at the well reg
uiated market of Marion Jackson.
I'. K. Smoak A Co. commenced
haulitig fertilizers lliis week. They
will handle seven or eight ofthebest
I brands this bcnsnu, and will sell
them very low for cash, and cheap on
I credit. Earmers ivill Und it to their
interest In examine'.heir stock before
making arrangements ?'??.!> other
Gontieinen't; furnishing goods; em
hinting loan collars, i nil's, half
hose, at d spine of the best quality of
iihlaundried shirts at 73 cents and
$1.20 tit J. 1. Snrentrhe.
Another large lot of parlor and
bracket lamps of the latest designs,
with or without illuInitiators, jt;st re
ceived, direct from the manufactory,
jit aSton shingly low prices at J. I.
''QLACC-nivX?r.HT^ inakea chills
and fever i in possible.
I'or sale by Dr. J. G. Wannainaker
(in. is arrivpig by every train for
J. I. Sorrentrue. He will make, this
seai-'ou, shoes ft specialty as his
large and varied stock w ilt show by
P? auty, boati!>, and hnppiuess for ladies
ii. "Wirk PF CAKDUI."
lor sale by Dr. J. G. Wannamakcr
Don't forget to carry your cotton
samples to D. K. Smoak & Co. They
pay the highest prices and pay the
j cash, a
WINE OK CAROlll " fur Ladies old/.
For sale by Dr. J. G. Wannamak
The drug store whero can get tout
money'a worth is at Dr. J. G. V?*an
nauiaker-, Orangeburg C. H.. S. C.
We buy the best, keep the best, ami
sell it at low prices, hence, if you want
any thing in the drug line, call aud
see us. We keep u full line ol* hair
and tooth brushes, toilet soaps, per
fumery, sponges, patent imedlciiiua;
make prescriptions a specialty; v-ill
be found at our post, day or night.
J. I. Soreutrue is just in receipt
of a large lot of Tobacco of all grades,
which he \ ill sell cheaper at retail
than the same codid be bought iu.
Charleston at wholesale-, and another
choice lot of Hams at 10(tents per
pound. Go to see him-.
I Take- " BLACK-PRAUQHt" and vor.
I will never he bilioUd.
For sale by Dr. J. O. Waanamakcr
It is found at last! Something n*w
under the son A new era ig drawiug
npurt woman. Hitherto she hai been cu?l
e<l npon to suffer the ills of mankind and
tier o..n beddes. The frequent and dis
tressing irregularities peculiar to her sex
have long been to her the ''direful spring
of woes unnumbered." In the mansion of
the rich and hovel of poverty alike- woman
h... been the con-taut yet patient victim of
n thousand ills unknown to man ? nod
without u remedy. ''Ob Lord, how long!"
in thu agony of her soul, hath she efricd.
But now the hour of her redemption is
.nine, yhe will sutler no mere, for Hiad
lield'a Female liegulutor, "Woman's itest
Friend," ia lor Hale bv Dr. A. U. Dukes,
and a so by Di J.O. Wannamuker.
Prepared by Dr. J. Urstlfieid, Atlanta,
Oa.; priee, si jU per bottle.
A triil package ci" BLACK-DRAUGHT "
free c4 charge at
For sale by Dr. J. O. Waunautak
[Read what Gen. 0.^ T..(frlgt} Atderso
Messrs. Hutehistm & Dro.: Centlcir.Dfl ? T
have been a great (-u?ererfrom neuralgia ?
the attacks lasting for daya, 1 had :;iod
every known remedy without being reliev
ed. In my laat attack I tried your''Neu
ralgin?," and in a short time was per'.ceiiy
cured. It is a consolation to know that I
have at last a remedy that controls this
j uinful disease,tjund 1 can cheerfully re
commend it to all who snffvjras I do.
U, T. ASDEtiso;),
Chief of l'o ice
Atlanta, April 18, 13SO.
Measrs. Hutchison ?& Hro., All la, Go:,
(rents? For sixteen years I have < igenlly
sought for some specific i of speed action)
lor neuralgia and headache?rec < use of
; 11 i ?> euralgine" proves 1 ha . it last
i I'd t:ml I tuke yieat pleasure fully
? < - iij your riuie t-? l?-k**fsii evei /
ei lit} tluiued for spee.irlcfor tick
*.* u~il i and mural *? ..
iiespectf fja. ,
aril/ o c. t hi..
For cale by Dr. A. C. uos."En ?*1m? by
L>r. U. U. ^ atimttnaker. L> uke.s, ?^??^tv.
I). E. Smouk has returned with
the finest lot of clothing eve- offered
iu his market. a
'. ? i !. u!-ucho or Lack-ache for ladii.^
"W;NE 0F CABDUI."
I o: rale by Hr. .J. G. Waniiainaker
If you need a nice 6et of harness
don't buy until you have priced them
at D. E. Stnoak A: Co.'s. They hare
just received a fine lot. *
I Market Reports.
Corrected every week by Messrs. -i'.L'i.f,
j i\ SCOYll.L.
FnioAT, Feb. fj, IHSl.
Low .Middlings. lOSrfloj
New Corn .?.
Fodder, per 100 lbs....1 q() to 1 2.>
Rouuh Vice... 100
Would Respectfully inform the Citizen?
of (>r:ingc'>nrg, fhh't ho baa in charge iho
Stock and fixtures of//. J. King, ui Wallace
Cannon's <>hl tttand, Main Sine, -where
he will he glad to serve Ms friend- and th'fl
pulilic with anything in his line of trade
Kvcry thing fresh and pnre, and giiHrnn
Iccd i?* give satisfaction. A full line r>C
GOODS kept constantly on hand.
Hoi u and rained in Orangeburg, T hop'
to receive a liberal ahare of the patronago
of mv fellow-Citizen*.
.1. DEE ANDREWS,
.ay ?1 I ?
SCHOOL COMMISSIONER'S OFFH i..
Orangeburg, S. C, Dec 23 18.?'**.
The School Trustees of the various School
His ricts of ibu County of Orangeburg, are
urgently requested to bring iu their report.'
of the number of children, whin- and color*
cd, attending school in their Ri ' irat Ih*
trias, to the School Commissioner, aacarly
uh possible, (hiring the month of January,
a? the apportionment of the Sc . . fuu
exclusive of the poll tax. ia base.;
school attendance, aud these : fcra
necessary to make bp said a| | .. .
lMcaacaUcrtd promptly to tili i i >
avoid any embarrass, ucnt ofth ? . . 5
STILES R. MELLK |1 .,.
School Conun??rv.?r ?
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