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Thw Orangeburg Times
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Orangeburg is prugt'essingk
There was a good dual of drunken
ness in town on saledav
We wonder if Hayes is tired yet of
sleeping in Tilden's lied?
The work on the Methodist Dis
trict parsonage is going on.
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Tke Young Americas were out Oh
Tuesday on regular parade.
The crowd in town on saledav was
larger than usual.
Bain! rain!! raiu!!! when will it
bo clear again.
Go to A. II. Walker's for fresh gro
A crazy negro, from Branchville,
wan lodged in jail yesterday.
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Rev. Laniploy preached an able ser
mon in the Baptist Church of our
town, Sunday before last.
Mr. Kirk Robinuon is authorized
to receive subscriptions aud all dues
to the Tim ks.
The Rowesville Academy is now in
successful operation with^ forty-six
The cheap excursion rates lor the
races in Charleston this week, will be
utilized by many of our citizens.
Three keys on u ring, picked up in
Mr. J. C. Pike's wagon yard, will lie
returned oh paying for this notice.
Persons can go to Charleston and
return on the S. C. It. R. this week,
for one fare.
It is said that the entertainments
iu town last week interfered conside
rably with the religious meetings |
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We notice that some of our broth
ers of the press have fallen into the
habit of copying from the Tim ks
without giving the proper credit.
The Hoard on School Claims will
issuo warrants on Saturday to"the
lowest bidders who have identilhd
Mr. W. L. Wolfe, an enterprising
citizen of Rowesville. is about to add
a rice mill to his other mills now in
operation in this, little town.
Rev. J. M. Hcrlong, who has been
ill for sonic time, as the result of u
fall, we are glad to hear, i? convales
We understand that the Edisto
RilUs have given up the contemplated
trip to Washington to attend the in
A brass key was picked up near
the post ollice and left at this otllee,
which the owner can have by paying
for this notice.
If you want safe insurance at rea
sonable rates go to Kirk Robinson
who represents none but the best
i nsurauce com] in u i es.
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Mr, T. M. Raysor made his maid
en legal speech at Trial dust ice's
Court yesterday, doing remarkably
well, and winning his case.
We note with pleasure, that Mr.
W. T. Rives, of St. Matthews, in
about to become a citizen of Orange
burg. We heartily welcome all such
accessions to our town.
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It is Mr. B. Adler, aud not Mr. S.
L. Avers as we were informell, who
has opened store at Schachte's old
stand. The store wears the air of
business, and we heartily welcome
the new coiner to our town.
Read the advertisement of the
l'lncnix Iron Works, G. Dicrks pro
prietor, in another column. Steam
engines for sale, and all kinds of re
pairing done promptly, und iu work
Wc wonder if Miss Eleanor Cal
houn, the relative of the great Caro
lina statesman, who is performing
with 80 much rcltit in other towns in
the State, will give Orangeburg a
chauce to hear and sco her.
Cnpt. Wunnamnkcr and Mr. T. C
Albergotti, the ex-memhers of the
County Board of Canvassers, weic
taken bet?re Commissioner Lathrop
on the .'11 st of January, on the flimsy
charge of not. forwarding certain
boxes to the State Board in the. pre
scribed time. 'They were represented
by Messrs. Browning and Dibble.
Mr. Albergotti was discharged, but
Mr. Wanuamakcr, as Chairman, was
retained for further persecution.
On Sunday rnoruiug tho roof of tho
house of Mn J. W. H. Dukes, living
about 11 rniles belotr Orangeburg
cauglit fire from a spark frpin the
chimney, und was not extinguished
uutil a considerable portion of the
roof was burnt.
The verdict of tho jury ofiuqucat
upon theiufanticidc spoken of in our
last issue, was, that tho iufant came
to its death at the hands of AinnS
rintha McDaniels, its mother, who
committed the deed against the
peace and dignity of the common
wealth. ? _
We refer our readers to the medical
partnership in St. Matthews, between
Drs. J. L. Pou aud W. T. C. Hates,
as advertised iu another column. It
is unnecessary for us to add a word
of commendation, as the high repu
tation of both geutlcinen in the pro
fession is too well knowtii
The Bonnie Meyer Company played
here three nights last week, leaving a
very favorable impression. The nob
ingthroughout was first rate, and all
who went out felt that they were well
repaid for coining out. We feel sure
after this, that this company will
draw a crowded house in our town.
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The jury of inquest on the infanti
cide in our town, a notice of which
appeared in our last issue, has been
continuing its investigations, until
Suspicion now rests strongly upon
one Amnriutua McDaniels, who, upon
the certificate of Severn lofour physi
cians' has been arrested and lodged in
The Democratic Executive Com
mittee and Presidents of Clubs, met
at the Fair Building ou Saturday, to
mature plans for the raising of funds
to defray the expenses of the politi
cal persecutions. The various ciubs
are called upou to pay up their as
sessments, and we hope there will be
The Ii? y ist cr and the Anderson
Journal have got into a spar. They
taunt each other with the epithets
"street Arab," "chimney sweep" and
"puppy." What does nil this prove
gent leinen V Can you prove any of!
the pro] ositions you have laid down?
If you can't then you have done
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The Borgers have come and gone!
We must say that we were disappoin
ted. As far as the entertainment
wen', it was line, the music and
j renditions being excellent, but the
programme was too slim. When the
announcement of the close was made
an air of surprise scorned to pervade
the large, fluttering and intelligent
audience, It was certainly nothing
like the Borgers a few years ago.
We are sorry to learn that young
John Keitt Wann a maker, of St.
Matthews, had his leg broken week
before hi<t, by hin horse stopping in
a hole and falling upon him. Am
putation was thought to be necessa
ry, bill Dr. Till ley, of Columbia, who
was sent for, has, so far, avoided it.
The lad, who is only about thirteen
years of age, is reported to be in a
The religious meetings at tin
Methodist Church arc still going on.
ami, wc believe,increasing in interest.
Rev. Manning Brown and Rev. O. A.
Darby, the pastor, have, so far, car
ried on the work, but Rev. ( reit/.berg
and Dr. Meynardic are expected to
come to their relief this week. Wc
hope the people of the town will come
r. ut mid hold up the bonds of these
faithful servants in the vineyard of
the Most High. We cannot be re
minded too often, and urged too
strongly as to our duties in reference
to a future state, and our prepaia
tion for the world to come. In the
bustle ami tile cares and attractions
of life wc often forget that there is
any other existence but the present.
Let us go up to the temple ami en
deavor to lift ourselves into a purer,
happier and ludier atmosphere.
Wc arc pained to chronicle the
death, on yesterday morning, of Mrs.
J. IL La Roche after a painful illness
of over a week, of which mention was
made in our last issue. She was a
daughter of Col. W. J. DcTrcvillc,
and has been taken away in the
bloom of youth. Possessed, in a high
degree, of those virtues and accom
plishments which make womanhood
attractive, she will be sorely missed
in the circle in which her influence
was felt; and the whole community
is touched with the suddenness of
her removal from the sphere of use'
fulness which seemed just opening
before bar. Our deepest sympathies
nre with the. yotillg husband who has
been thus early culled upon to mourn
for the loved one who was nearest his
heart. May he receive comfort and
consolation from Him who does all
things well, aud sends all his chas
tisements in love.
The history of the late war, by
Hon. Jefferson Davis, so long looked
for, will be out in about two months.
This information is derived from a
FlerWc/ reporter, who was sent to the
Applet?n Publishing House to obtain
the latent news in referetice to it. The
book will be a thorough and compre
hensive one., Mr. Davis having pre
pared it witii the utmost deliberation.
It will be a book universally sought
for. Its title will be "The Rise and
Fall of the Confederate Govern
Judge Maekcy says that no liquor ;
has been sold in Marlboro In thirty
five years and that the Count}' is a
perfect Paradise. Prosperity pre*
vails and the criminal record is ex
See the new advertisement in thlp
issue of J. I. Sorentruo. He will pay
highest cash prices for all country
RaLTIHORK, Oot. 4, 1330.
XIn. A. K. MrrrfKR ?
J tear Sir: Laat winter I was In Led the
most of ilic time, und spent thirty-five dol
lars for medicine. One day mt pbyiician
? aid be wished me to get a bottle of *'Pi'l*
Mosa." I did te. I wu cured on two
thirds of the bottlo. In tbo meantime tri7
wife toek a heavy cold, and was cured bj
using tbe balance of the ''I'ci.moxa."
Whilst I wax usinf it the Doctor oatne to
see roo every day, be paid to watch the
effect* o< "I'rt-MoHA." After witnessing its
astonishing eOccU he threw up his handi
and exclaimed, *'I nm going tw recommend
that Pclmona to every one tbat has anv
lhiug|which it is intended to cure." t feel
it ic a duty I owe suffering humanity to
write thin, aad you can publish it far and
near. 1 believe ibai PclmoXa is tbe
grandest remedy of tbe age for Lung
* Yours truly,
Tnij?. W. Kerr,
60 eentA per hotilo, for tat? by A^ent,
Dr J. <J. Wtnounsksr.
J. I. Sorentruc wishes his many
friends ami cost timers to stop in his
wagon yard when they come in town.
It is large enough to accommodate a
" BLACK-DRAUGHT" makes chills
acd icv.r impoaatole.
For sale by Dr. J. G. Wannamakcr
If you want a extra fine sogar at a
reasonable price, call iu at Dr. J. G.
Waunamakcr's Drug Store ami we
guarantee you will be accommodated.
Ik-nntv, health, and happiuew for ladies
in " WINE OF CARDU!."
For sale by Dr. J. G. Waunamaker
Don't forget to carry your cotton
samples to D. E. Stuoak A Co. They
pay the highest prices aud pay tbo
"WINE OF CARDUI " lor Ladle* ouly.
For sal* by Dr. J. G. Wannuraak
We take this opportunity to inform
the ladies and tho public generally
that we have discontinued the sale of
whiskey, dec. Wc keep a nice as
sort meut of dress goods, notions,
shoes, hats, fancy, and staple gioce
ries, which are offered at lowest fig
ures. Satisfaction guaranteed, nud
frequent visits solicited.
I). E. Smoak A Co.
A tnil pnekaff* of *'BlACK-DflAUQHT"
tree os* chartru at
For nale by Dr. J. O. Wauunmak
Clothing! clothing!! clothing!!!
D. K. Smoak A- Co., are now offer
ing their entire stock of winter cloth*
iug, also blankets and heavy winter
goods at actual cost for cash. Should
you need anything iu clothing,
shawls, blankets, jeans, Ac., don't
forget that you can buy from them
25 per cent, less than regular prices.
P^xtrn fine beef, pork and mutton
furnished every week at the well reg
ulated market of Marion Jackson.
D. E. Smoak A Co. commenced
hauling fertilizers this week. They
will handle seven or eight of the best
brands this season, and will sell
I hem very low for cash, and cheap on
credit. Enrmers will find it to their
interest to examine'.heir stock before
making Arrangements with other
Take- " BLACK-DRAUQHT " ami you
?rill never be bilious.
For sale by Dr. J. G. Wannnmaker
If you need a Dice set of harness
don't buy until you have priced t hem
at D. E. Smoak A Co.'p. They hsro
just received a fine lot. a
No head-ache or hack-ache for I adieu
who drink "WINE OF CARDUL"
For sale^hy Dr. J. fi. Wannamakcr
It la found at last! Something new
Under the win A now em is drawing
upou woman. Hitherto she. ha* boen call
ed upon tu suffer the ills of munkind and
her own bidden. Tho frequent nnd dis
tressing irregularitic>< peculiar to her aex
have long been to her the ?'direful spring
of woe* unnumbered." In the mansion of ]
tho rich und hovel of poverty aliko woman
hun been the constant yet putleut victim of]
a thousand ilIn unknown to man?and
without a remedy. "Oh Lord, how long I"
iu the agony of her soul, hath sho cried.
But now the hour of her redemption Is
come. She will suffer no mere, for itrad
field's Fctualo Regulator, "Woman's L5e*n
Friend," is lor sale by Dr. A. C. Dukes,
and also by L>r J.U. WatiuatuSker.
Prepared by Dr. J. l>radtield, Atlanta,
Oa.; price, $1 r?u per botde.
Tho drug store whero can get your
money's worth is at Dr. J. (J. Wau
nauinker, Orangeburg C. H., S. C.
We buy the best, keep the best, and
sell it at low prices, hence. If you w^nt
any thing iu the drug line, cull and
se? us. We keep a full lino of hair
aud tooth brushes, toilet soaps, per
fumery, sponges, patent medicines;
make prescriptions u specialty; will
bo fouud at our post, day or night.
D. K. Smoak too; returned with
thw finest lot of clothing ever offered
in this market. a
Corrected every week by Messrs. Bull
Kni?AV, Feb. 10, 1881.
Low Middlings. lOoyiOJ
t orn."?'? &
New Corn .~
Fodder, por U?0 lbs.1 qQ to 1
Kongh Vice. 100
Orangeburg Lodge No. 14'j'2. Knights of
Honor, Regular Meeting. Monday Night,
February 14th, at half-past seven o'clock
The Financial Iteportor, wid he athi*dc*k
thirty minutes belnre cad of meeting By
order THEODORE KOI1N, Reporter
Take notice, .'!?' days .nftor date, the under
signed will petition dm Clerk of the Court
of Orangeburg County for a ('barter for the
Orangeburg Colored J"int Slock Associa
1) A Struker, President
M II Middleton. Secret a *v
Orangeburg, S C, Kob 8th 1S81
feb 10 4t
OFF1CK OF CO. COMMISSIONERS.
The contrart for building the new Fence
from Congare* t?? Santec River, harinr.
been given out. all persons are he -ehr noli*
led that on and after die first (1st) dar uf
March A. P. IHM. all stock belonging In
parties living within ..aid Pence line must
lie kept enclosed by fhoir owners, or thev
wilt he sub jret In tlio penalties of the law as
prescribed by Statute.
C G Dantr.'er,
J A Fanning,
I. H W'annaTiialer. Clerk
Ft Motte. S C, .Ian 27th 1881
feb 1 i .It
Notice of Dismissal.
The undersign.d hereby give* notice
that be will fde his final account with the
Honor.hie Judge ol Probate for Orange
hure as Guardian ef the Fatale of Alice t'.
Felder and Oliver 1'. Fehler on J/areh 9th
1881, and auk mr letters I)i*mi**nrv.
CHARLIE J. FELDER.
feb H It
Tim undersigned have formed a copart
nership for the practice of medicine iu all
its brauche.?. Ollice at Dr. Fair's dragsters
in the village of St. Matthews.
W. L. POIT. M. I?.
W. T. C BATES, If. I),
feb 8 Ut
Notice of Dismissal.
The undersigned hereby gives notico that
he will on the 1th day of March. A. 1).. |88L
l?e his final accoli.it with tho Probete
Jnilg: forOrangeburg Count*, and a?k for
letters of Dismissal, as Aduiinistrator of j.
I'hiiiip Martin, deceased.
jacob \v. JVaBTIN,
feb :\ 4t
Notice of Dismissal.
Notice is hereby given that on the Sth
day of March next. I will Iii? my fin*l ac
count with the Honorable Judge of Pr?
bale for Oriingeburg County, and ask for
letters of Dismissal a* Executrix of the
Will of David lfnii<cr.
F.. VF.KMF.LLK IIOIISKR.
feb 8 It
Notice of Dismissal.
The undersigned will file his final ac
count as Executor of the Will of Dnvld
St i vender, deceased, with the Probate
Judge of Orangeburg County, on the 4th
day of March 1881, and ask for letters of
E. n. GRAVES,
Kx ecu tor.
Take notice that the members of
"Knights of Wise Men of the World" will
thirty days after date, according U? the pro
visions of law. apply to the Clerk of the
Court ol Orangelairg County, S. C., fm- a
Charter lor said benevolent organisation
T. T. HKNHON. E. A.
N II. Mll'DLLTON. G. 8.
Orangeburg, S. C, Janunry i'6th 1881.
Jan 27 i;
, Kxoevi!,i*ix'y Sal^.
By permission of tho 1'iobate Jndge of
Oraneeburg County, I will sell on'Monday,
3Ut day of January 1881, nt the residence "of
Daniel O'Cain deceased, the personal pro
rerty of said deceased, consisting of Cattle,
logs, Sheep, Household and Kitchen
Furniture, t iig, Wsgon, Mill Fork, Ac,
CATHERINE E. O'CAIN,
Jan. 15th 1881.
jan ?0 it
Adininirttratonj Executors, Guardian*,
Trustoes, Ac, aro requested to ootuo forward
without delay and make their .4unn*l
Ketnnm ut thin ofhee.
?KNJ. P. LZLi?,
Jtidgo of Probute fur O. C
Oi niigubiiig r cl). 2nd Krai.
feb a 2t
The uudendgurd have thru day formed a
copurdiirr?b?p tor ihe practica of law nnder
the linn natuc of l't'TrevlMo & Ulover.
W. .1. DbTUKVILLK,
C. Ii. ULOVER.
Feb. 1st 18U1.
? NOTICE ~%
tiCHUOl. COMMISSIONER'S OPFIi'F,
Orongcbonr, B.C., Fs b. 1? IML.
Partie? Interested will please take uotUn
that '.he School Cututuiwioner will always
be found in the School CoOimiMioaor's
office on Saturday* for toad nee* or of usmlu
tlou. In cases of neoee-nity be o.a also bo
*e?u any afternoon after Jty o'cJoek,
but never before that Lour. A competent
Clerk wiU also b? fuubd In the effioe every
Friday and every Salvadny. Teaeeteie.
Trustees and nil olker? will please be
govirncU strictly by the above bourn.
St iL ks K. MtLuuHAxr,
School Commissioner, O. C.
Stffen? dV Werner,
E. S. Oriffin. Agent.
fty Order of the Circuit Conrt, I will sell
at Orangeburg. C. II., H. C, on iho elgh*
teenth (l*th)day of robruary 188), to the
highest bidder for Cash, follow iug property
One ttarrcl of Whiskey.
One Iron Snfe.
Let of Empty Barrel*, Ac, Levies!
under a warrant ef attachment lauaed iu tbe
STATK OF SOUTU CAROLINA,
CoVJTTT Ot* OfcAjlOBnCIUJ.
By tirtiio ofcertaiu warrant* tome i*eaed
by the Clerk of the Court, I will sell ou the
1- tli day of Februraty at the u?nal hours ?..f
salo at tlie plantation of *>r. Charte? It.
Taber, three hundred bushels of Cern,
more or le*a, aud at thesaoio time, en lit*
plantation of T. K-. Legare, ?" busbeU of
Hier, n.oro or leas, and one lot of Forage.
Levied on as the property of W U. Wise,
kt the AHit of A. Fi*ob?-r, Agt.. tor bis wife.
A. M 6ALLLY.
Sheriff. O. Co.. C. H , a. C.
Sheriffs Office, Jan. 81, 1881.
feb ? _ti_
N?%ti<:*B of DiBitilsnioU
I will tile my final account as Adiaintstra
tur, d? 6or.i? non, of the Kit tat* of Joseph
Cook with the Judge ot Probate of Orange
burg County within thirty days from <lale,
and ask for Letters t,( l)ii<ruiv?iou.
B. F. THOMPSON.
January &tb 18H1.
Tli* share holder* of the Orsag'bttrg
Agricultural'and Mechanical Aasocialiea
arr hereby requested to attend tbe regular
Annual meeting of said A*?ocii\lion en
Saturday 12th day ef February i Wetag
srvond Saturday I at lO o'clock A. II., fsr
the purj>o?eof electing (7) aevec Direvtera.
who fliall serve for tbe next ensuing year,
and for Mich ether and farther bssiaesa as
aiav be brought before said meeting.
A full attei.daiise is earnestly rcqnftUa.
By erder ef,
W. F. UABT05,
lollN B. r.OWK,
jan U *?(
N lice of Dismissal.
The undersigned hereby give* sotics that
thirty days after date hereof, hl will file kit
final accoitat with tbe Judge of Probat? for
Orangeburg County, and ?*k for letters of
Dismissal, a* Fxccutor of tke Will ef
Kinauuel A. Fairev deceased.
PHILLIP W. I'A IKK r.
jnn 27 4t
Notice of dismissal.
The undersigned hereby gives notir?lhat
thirty days aftt>r date hereof, be will file
hin final account with (he Judge of Probate
for (Jrungvburg County, and ask for letters
of I?ismiKJttl a* Kxccutor ef the Will of J
W. Culler deceased.
?. L. CULLER,
j*n 27 4t
KSTqua?tv Coadeneed Milk at
CAR LOAD OF
W KST ^ R N M A It K KT8
WILL bsc RrOKIVF.t> AT
I^ULTON Market Btef, beat ever tasted
; at VAN TAS.SEL'f.
Wonld Respectfully inform the Citiiea*
of Orangebtirg, (bat hs hno in charge tke
9lepk and fixtures of Z. J. King, al Wallace
Cannen'a Old Stand, Main Ktrcet?where
he will bt glad to terve his friends and the
Euklie with anything in his line ef trade,
.very, thing fresh and pure, and goaran
teed * te give satisfaction. A full line of
GOOPK kept constantly en hand.
Bom and raised in Orangeburg, I hope
te receive a liberal share ef tks patreaag?
of ray FellowCitisens.
J. DEK ANDREW?,
jay "i te
?PERATIYE AM? MF.CRANI8AL
By I>v. L. R. WOLFE. Offloej over
T>. i4Dv' ?foie. Patirfaet'oi fuaramoed
in all operatioaa.
BftrTeeth eztrseted vritkeut- fain by
tke us? of Nitro?* Oxid Ga*.
? i -- >a?sBaw>_J4.L-JMjajau_
^PHE beet ef Dre Saltaad rkneged rVpot
X !?? <*0T? ?* TAN TABBEX'B.