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Tho Orangeburg Times
Charminjr weather again.
The farmer feeds all.
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The Keim?ls are nourishing.
Plough your ground deep and well.
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The Agricultural Society meets on
A fortnight of good weather has
Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized
to receive subscriptions and all dues
to the Timks.
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Farn ers arc backward with their
crop preparations on account of the
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The Anniversary celebration of the
Young America Fire Company takes
place on Monday. We w ish the Reil
Shirts a happy time.
Mr. Browning, a citizen of Sum
mcrville, paid u short visit to our
town this week-.
A setter belonging to ('apt. T. A.
Jeffords of our tow n, w hich was bit
ten last summer by a mad dog. died
on Sunday last of dumb rabies.
Monday was St. Valentines day,
and many missives, gentle and oth
erwise, passed through the mail at
The School Claim Hoard will con
tinuothe disbursement of the money
on t he School debt to the lowest bid
ders on Sat urdav.
We understand that the Hull
Swamp road is in ail almost impassa
ble condition. We hope something
will be speedily done for the conven
ience of travel iu this direction.
The convocation of the Grand Arch
( h apt or of the Masons takes place in
Charleston this week. There recnts
to be a full representation from the
diderent parts of the State.
Sec notice of night school by M r
Jamcs S. llevwar l in another col
umn. This w ill be a splendid chance
toi young" men w ho arc iu business to
pursue their studies under a inpital
The roads being somewhat im
proved by the lew'dava of cold and
windy weather, fanners are busy
hauling out fertilisers. It is said
that a larger amount than usual is
sold this vear.
I*. S. Commissioner LatStrop has
gone to Williamshurg to hear testi
mony in the Congressional contest in
that District, between Richardson
and Lee. Oraugoburg is too small a
held for him.
We understand that a lively party
if hunters from OruJigoljurg and
vicinity has gone to I he banks of the
Santee in pursuit of the licet looted
deer of the forest. Good luck to the
We were glad to greet in ourolliee
on Wednesday, M r. L. C. ('ram of
Rowcsville, wli i is off for Charleston
to lay in supplies for his Store. 1 Ii
is an appreciative reader of the
Ti \i i:s.
We hope to see the day when the
whistle of the locomotive may be
heard through the land from Monk's
Corner on the N. 10. R. IL to a point
on the Augusta and Columbia, cross
Wtg the S. ( . R. R. at Orangeburg.
Another lot of extra line horses
and mules just in at Wnn M. Sain's
stables, and will He sold at hot'.om
prices. Now is the time to procure
a good horse or mule at a moderate
There will be a convocation of
Episcopal ministers at the Church of
the Redeemer, commencing Thurs
day next, 21th just. Services to com
tnencc in the morning at the usual
hour. All persons arc cordially in
vited lo attend.
The Glasx Hall Team of ( 'olumbia,
has sent tin invitation to the Team of
Orangeburg to participate in the
shooting match to take place in thai
city on the 22d. Practising \> now
going on, and wc hope the im itation
will be accepted.
Read .1. I. Sorcnlrue's new adver
tisement in to-day's issue, who is
"positively selling oil' at cost" to
make room for spring goods. It
would be well for all purchasers lo
call in and examine his stock before
pur? insing elsewhere. His big space
in thcTl.MEB to-day shows thai he
(.'apt. Mortimer Glover was elected
on Monday, legal adviser of the Coun
ty Commissioners. A good selection.
Our subscription books, becoming
crowded from the constant addition
of new subscribers, wo have made out
a now set of books, and, if in the
transfer, any names have been omit
ted, we hope the parly omitted will
immediately notify us so that the
correction can be made.
The meetings at the Methodist i
Church are still in progress. llev.
K. J. Meynardie, the popular pulpit
orator wt* this denomination, spent
several days here preaching a num
ber of able and eloquent sermons.
His classical attainments, biblical
research and impressive delivery
render his discourses eminently at
The reputation of the White Sew
ing Machine is so lirmly established
here that its merits scarcely require
mention. Us simplicity, durability,
backed by a warrant lor live years,
light running quality, and all other
requisites necessary lo a first chus
sewing machine, have made it a great
favorite at home and abroad. Sold
only by Henry Kuhn.
We were attracted into Mr. 1'. G.
Cannon's store on Tuesday by a re
maikable looking bird killed by .Mr.
A. M. l/.lar. It is an owl of the most
unusual and beautiful plumage, and
it is thought by those who have seen
it tobe a st ranger in this (dime. Mr.
Cannon has sent it dow n to Charles
ton to best it Hod, und after its return,
it will be a matter of interest for any
< me t o si i ip i n a ml see i t.
We hail the pleasure, on hist Wed
uesdny evening, of witnessing the
?upt ial ceremonies, at the Methodist
Church, of our young friend, Mr. T.
L. Wannamaker, who has taken as a
partner in life, one of the fairest
daughters of Orangehurg. The
I bridal party made a most charming
[appearance as they moved up the
aisles of the crowded church and
formed in a semi circle around the
altar. The services were performed
i by Rev. 0. A. Darby. It was. alto
gether,:! most imposing; and attrac
tive eel v mony. We wish the young
couple ail the peace and happiness
which life affords, and the enjoyment
together of ?'' green old age.
The Sunday 7Vme.s of last week
says: "With this issue we comment e
a new story, entitled "TAc ** .//<*?//??//
Mi//*," by "b'utb Goodloy" at:.tented
South Carolina lady. 'I he story like
all others published in this paper is.
highly interesting, without Icing
sensational. The plot has Keen care
fully arranged, and the reader will
lind himself pleasantly entertained
as tlie narrative continues."
The readers of the Oranged.urg
Timi.s are familiar with the writings
of "Ruth Good Icy," who has con
tributed several stories to our
columns. We are glad to It.' able to
aunouui e that we will so in commence
i be publica! ion of anol her story from
hergifledp.cn, written specially for
It may not have occurred lo our
readers, that, in a little over two
months, the centennial of Orah-xe
burg will roll around. On the lltli
of .May I7M. the P.ritish garrison at
Ornugeburg, "to the mini her of one
hundred, with all their stores and a
large supply of pit vision-, surren
dored to Sumtcr, after a spirited as
Hut a lew days before this event,
the noble and true hearted Mrs.
M i >; te pre? en ted to Marion the Indian
bow which ilislodged the liritish
f.um the residence used as a fort
bearing her name, ft will thus be
seen thai the two centennials of Fort
Motte and Ornngeburg come very
close together, and may, with pro
priety, be celebrated about the same
time. It will be a pie nie season, and
it seems to us that it may be very
pleasant and appropriate to have a
suitable demonstration. The site
of the old fori referred to, is a beau
tiful and picturesque one on the
red banks of the Conga reo, within
easy walking distance from the Wail
road. An excursion parly would lind
it a very pleasant trip, and we hope
the leaders in our public nduirs in
this section, will start the ball in mo
lion in the Way of preparation.
Don't forged to carry your cotton
samples to I). 15. Smoak A Co. They
pay the highest prices and pay the
" WINE OF CARDUI" for Ladies only.
For sale by Dr. J. G. Wannamak
Baltimore Oct. 4, 1880.
Mit. A. It. MrrrrKE?
Dear Sir: Last winter I was in bed the
most of the time, and spent thirty-five dol
lam for medicine. One day my physician
said he tviHhcd mo to get n botlio of "Pii.
mo.na." I did so. I was cured on two
thirds of the bottle. In the meantime rny
wi I? took a heavy cold, and was cured by
using tho balance of the 'M.'ulmosa."
Whilst I was using it tho Doctor mime to
see mo every day, ho paid to watch the
effectsoi "PuXMONA." After witnessing its
astonishing efl'ccU be threw up bin hands
and exclaimed, ''lam going to recommend
that 1'i i.MONAjo every one that has any
thing^ which it is intended to cure." I feel
itisadit'yl ewe suOering humanity to
write this, and you can publish it far and
near. I believe that Pli.mona is the
grandest remedy of the ago for bung
Tit oh. \V. K Knit,
;j:;?_ Saratoga street.
50 cent* per bottle, for sate by Agent,
Dr J. <?. Wannauiaker
" [jLACX-DHAUGHT" makes chills
and lev .r impossible.
For sab- by Dr. d. (I. Wanuamakcr
If you want a extra fine sogar at a
reasonable price, call in ul Dr. .1. (j.
Wanna maker's Drug Store and wo
guarantee you will be accommodated.
Beauty, health, and happiness for ladies
ia " WINE OF CARDUI."
For sub- by Dr. J. C. Wanuamakcr
*Wctakc this opportunity to inform
the ladies and the public generally
that we have discontinued the sale cd'
whiskey. iVe. We keep a nice as
sortment of dress goods, notions,
shoes, hats, fancy, ami staple groce
ries, w hich are offered at lowest fig
ures. Satisfaction guaranteed, and
frequent visits solicited.
1). K. Smoak A Co.
A trial package of" Bt.AClC-DRAUGHT"
free of charge at
For sab- by Dr. .1. G. W.annamak
Clothing! clothing!! clothing!!!
D. K. Smoak ov Co., arc now otter
ing their entire stock of winter cloth
ing, also blankets and heavy winter
goods at actual cost for cash. Should
you need anything in clothing,
shawls, blankets, jeans, Ac. don't
forget thai you can buy from them
20 per cent, less than regular prices.
I). F. Smoak A Co. commenced
hauling fertilizers this week. They
will handle seven or eight ofthebest
brands this season, anil will sell
them very low for cash, and cheap on
credit. Farmers will lind iL to their
interest to examine '.heir slock before
making arrangements with other
Take " DLACK-DnAUGHT " and you
will never be bilious.
For sale by Dr. d. (i. Wannamaker
If you need a nice set of harness
? don't buy until you have priced them
at I). F. Smoak A Co.'s. They have
just received a fine lot. a
No head-ache or back-ache for ladica
who drink "WINE OF CARDIM."
For sale by Dr. .1. G. W an n a maker
It is found .-it last! Something new
under the suri A new era i- drawing
upon woman. Hitherto she has he? n call
ed upon to sutler the ills of mankind stnd
her own besides The frerpteot and dis
tressing irregularities peculiar to her sex
have long been to her the ''direful spring
nf woes uiMuimbered." In the manuion of ;
the rich and hovel of poverty alike woman
has been I lie con-taut yet patient victim of
a thousand ills unknown to matt?and
w ithout a remedy, "tili Lord, how long!"
in the agony of her soul, hath she cried.
I'ut now the hour of her redemption is
come. Mio w ill sufl'? r no an re, fur Brad
liehi's Female Regulator, "Woman's liest
Friend," i* tor sale by Dr. AC buivc*,
and also by Dr J.tl. Wannamaker.
Prepared by Dr. .). brndlivld, At'anta,
Ca ; price, SI ,riu per bottle.
The drug store where can get your
money's worth is at Dr. d. < !. Wan
nnmaker. Orangeburg ('. II.. 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 and
sec us. We keep a full line of hair
and tooth brushes, toilet soaps, per
fumcrv, sponges, patent medicines:
make prescriptions a specialty: will
be found at our post, day or night.
D. F. Smoak has returned with
the finest lot of clothing ever offered
in this market. a
Corrected every week by Messrs. Bui.i.
Friday, Feb. 17, 1881.
Low Middlings. IO'/i,IOd
l 'orn.~~>rii, S
New Corn .
Fodder, per 100 lbs.1 on to 1 -?
Ituucli V.icc. I0U
Notice of I Msiru^sion.
Notice is hereby given that thirty days
from date, I will tile my final account with
the Judge ol Probate of tlraugeburg Coun
ty, as Administrator of the Estate of Miirinv
itobinuoiti ?^r., dee'd, and ask for Letters of
DismisKory. K 1 K K ItOBINSON,
feb 17 It
I7?LTON Market Deef. best over tasted
; at VAN TASSEL'S.
Take notice, .'JO dnyn ftfler <iatc, tlio Under
nigncd will petition (he Clerk of the Court
of Orangehurg County for n Charter for the
Orangehurg Colored Joint Stock Associa
D A Strnker, President
M II Middlcton. Secretary
Orangehurg, S C, Fob 8lh 1881
OFFICE OF CO. COMMISSIONERS.
The contract for building theucw Fence
from Congo reo to Fiuiteo River, having
brcn piven out. all persons arc lie'oby noli
ied that on and after the first (1st) day of
March A. D. 1851, all ?lock belonging to
parties living within said Pence line must
he kept enclosed bv their owners, or they
will be subject to the penalties of the law in
prescribed by Statute.
C <" Dantx'er,
.1 A Fanning,
L II Wantinwaler. Ch-rk
Fi Motte, S C, Jan '.27th 18*1
fob 10 St
Nolico of Dismissal.
'flic unilerxign ?I lierehy gives notice
that bo will file his final account with the
llouor.'ihlo Judge ol Probate for Orange
bun: hi (iiiardiaii of the Estate of Alice ('?
Felder and Oliver F. Fehler on .l/arch 9lh
I SSI, and ask 0>r b iters |)ismis<nrv.
fell 8 k
The undersigned have formed a copart
nership for die practice of medicine in ab
its branches. Ofliee al Or. Fait'* drugstore
in the village of St. Matthews.
W. L. l?OU. M. P.
W. T. C. HATES, .If. l>.
fell S ?t
Notice of Dismissal.
Tin? undersigned herebv given notice that
he will on the -Ithday of March, A. !>.. ISS 1.
tile hi' final accou.u with the Probate
Judge foe Orangehurg Co intv, mid n?k for
letters tif trismissal, as Administrator of J.
PhiSlip Mai tin, ileee !>?? il.
J?COI5 W. .1/ \ I IT IN,
Notice of Dismissal.
Notice i- hereby given that on die Kth
day of Marth next. 1 will li!-* my find ac
count with the Honorable Jinlgo uf Pro
hale for i >r?mgehurg County, and ask fur
b tier* of Dismissal as Executrix of the:
Will of David lbmser.
K. VELMKLLE IIOFSKH.
fell .". It
Notice of Dismissal.
Tin'undersigned will file his fma! ac
count as Kxecntor <if the N\ ill of David I
Si i vender, deceased, with the Probate
.lodge of Orangel urg County, on the -iih
day <<f M.?reh 1881, ami ask for letter* of
E. IL U RA V KS,
The undersigned linvc this day funned a
copardn< r-hi|i lor the praetiecof law under
du- linn ituuie uf DeTrevi Ic & Ohivor.
W. .1. DkTKFVILLE,
('. L. ? LOVE It.
Feb. 1st IF81.
Siii .iff s wm"..?. ?W a
Stil. ns ,fc Werner,
E. S. < iriflin, Atrenl.
F.y Order of the ? ireuit Court. I will ?eil
at Orangehurg. 0. H., S. C, on tins eigh?
teeiith (Dtli 'lav uf February 1881,to the
highest bidder for Cash, follow iug property
in wit :
One Barrel of Whiskey.
One I ron - i fe.
I.Ol of ClllptV Parrels, Sio. Lovicd
under a warrant of attachment issued in the
A I .SO
STATE OF SOUTH CA Hold N A,
Cocntt et* Oranoeiumuj,
I'y vir'ue ofecrtain warrants lo me issued
by the ?!. rk of the Court, I will sell on tlm
1'. tli day of Februr.iiy at the it-ird hour* of
sale at u:e plantation of Dr. Chailei It.
Tahtr, ihrec hundred bushels, of Corn,
more or less, and at the same t ime, on the
|ilaiitatiou hi I. K, Legate, ;">'? bushels of
nice, more or less, and one lot of Forage.
Levied on as the pioporty of \V iL Wise, j
it die suit of A. Fischer, Act., or his wife.
Sheriff. O. Co.. C. II , 8. C.
Sheriff's Office, Jan. SI, 1831.
fch ? Id
N tico of Dismissal.
The undersigned hereby gives ' oticr thai
thirty clays utter date liireof, he will fi e his
final account with the Judge* of Probate for
Orangehurg County, and isis for let tern of
Oismissal, as F.xcctitnr of the Will ol
Fiiianucl A. F-iirev deceased.
I'll 1 Lid P W. FA 1 UK 1",
Jan 'J7 It
Notice of i ismissal.
The undersigned hereby give* notice that
thirty days nfuu date hereof, he will file
his liual account with the Judge of Probate
for Orangebiirg County, and usk for letters
of OUmissal aj Executor of the Will of J
W. Culler deceased.
E. L. CULLER,
jan 27 It
SCHOOL COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE
Orangehurg, 8.C, Feb. 1st 1881.
Parties interested will please take notice
that the School Commissioner will always
he found in the School Commissioners
office on Saturdays for business or consulta
tion. In cases of necessity he c.n also be
-ecu any afterooon after 8j o'clock,
hut never before thai hour. A competent
Clerk will also he found in the office every
Friday and every Salesday. Tcacheti.
Trustees and all others will please he
governed strictly by the above hours.
Stiles lt. Melliciiami?,
School Commissioner, 0. C.
SHAVING AND HAIR-DRESSING
Done in the most approved style by J . II.
MATTHEWS,an Experienced burner, on
Market Street, in rear of tho Portoflice.
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IL W H
The undersigned respectfully in
foiins the public that he is prepared
to do nil
Kind of "Work:
in the above line on the shortest no
tice and at
HORSESHOEING done in the
best, possible manner.
J also have in full operation my
PLANING AND MOULDING)
All work in this line done without
delay nml on reasonable terms.
A share of the public patronage is
inly 20 II. RIGGS.
CALL AT THE
PEOPLE S BAKERY
BREAD, ROLL5, CAKES,
Abo ltaisins, Currants, Citren, Nut?
and Canned Ooodsof all kinds.
A fresh lot of Confectionery now
on band, and a full assortment of
Viz : Cup,! and Saucers, Vanes, Toilot Sets,
polls, Tea Set", Mugs, Tin Toys of all
descriptions, JtLninp Stands. Chil
dren's ( baits, Wagons, Mock
ing Horses, ?io , ?S:c , *Ve.t
Call at once and get what you waul for
Christinas. Parties wishing articles for
Christmas Trees will do well to come now
while ihev can make a good selection.
Don't fail to call at
T. \V. Alberprotti'sf?
And be convinced that Santa Claus will
SOOU be here.
Would Respectfully inform the Citizens
of Orahgeburg, dial he has in charge the
Stoek nod fixtures of Z. .1. King, at WaUar.a
Cannon's Cid Viand, Main Street?where
he w ill be glnd to >-crvc bis friends and the
public with anything in his line of trade.
Kvery thing fresh and pure, and guaran
teed to give satisfaction. A full line of
(j CHIOS kept constantly on hand.
?oi u and raised in Orangeburg, I hope
to receive a liberal share, of the patronage
of inv Fellow-Citizens.
J. DEE ANDREWS.
<av 21 !y
To arrive to-day at my STABLES
on Mai ket Street
Fine HorseS suited to any
?Those needing a Horse will do well
to call at once.
T$. I^rnnlc Slater.
uiality Condensed Milk at
CAR LOAD OF
WILL BE RECEIVED AT
e. :f. sl?tee's
Tike notice that the members of
"Knights of Wise Men of the World" will
thirty days after date, according to the pro
visions of law, apply to the Clerk of the.
Court ol Orangcburg County, S. ('., for a
Charter tor said benevolent organization
T. T. BENSON, E. A.
N II. MIDDLETON, G. S.
Orangcburg,S. C., January 26th 1881.
_j:?n 27 _-U
Hiomas M. Eaysor,
COU XSELLOR AT LAW,
Corner Church and St. Paul Streets,
Orangobnrg, s. c?
Prompt and careful attention 'given to all
I business entrusted to my care,
j jan i*Sl ly
JAMES F, IX&AR,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
on an c j e bui ia, s. c.
OSlec corner of Court House; Square
and Church Street, the same
formerly owned and oc
cupied by Wm. M.
11 ut son, Esq.
june 11 tf
- holographic Gallery
Is now open and ready for business in all
branches of the art.
In order to accommodate all my friends
I shall be pleased to have you call and get
EIGHT FERROTYPES FOR $1,
i ?on'/ forgot the placo
;.\. IL LEWIN,
Next to Dr. Itccvcs' Drugstore
nov 26 18S0 tf
flfr. C. R. Jones keeps good hsrscs and
buggies for hire, and is also prepared to do
all kinds of hauling promptly on short
notice. Terms reasonable.
C. R. JONES.