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T?hne Otnangeburg Times
T, O OAL?
Court meets here next week.
The few warm days uro making the
lea. .. put out rapidly.
Real estate has never been so high
in our town as it is now.
The gun teams were out on prac
tice again last Tuesday.
Our farmers are bending their en
ergies to their crops.
50,000 yards calicos, fast colors,
5 cents, at Henry Kohn's.
- ?MO? . . . ?! I I.I
lie v. W. K. Parier preached in the
Baptist Church of our town on last
We are glad to hear that Mr. Sor
?en true is out again, and that Air.
?Sain is better.
"Small farms, factories and immi
gration will make us all that we waul
Thanks to the Itusscll Publishing
Company of Boston, for an excellent
monthly entitled the "Little Ones."
Hamilton & Knrris have just re
ceived 1 a fresh and sptewttd supply
of can goods of all kinds.
Btittcrick's fashions foV April ami
May. Call at Henry KolnVs and get
?i fashion sheet free of charge.
Mr. Allen Kiloy, near Four llole^
Church, lost another out house by
lire last week. It is hot known how
the lire originated.
Any one losing a setter dog in the
neighborhood cd" Blaekvilve or ('ra
hams would do well to read our ad
vertising columns this week,
Matting in white, red cheek and
fancy, front 20 cts a yard up. Also
?oil cloths and carpets as cheap as in
Charleston?t Henry Kohn\s.
The Y. M. C. A. arc abotil making
arrangements for the erection of a
Suitable building in an eligible loca
tion in our town.
The pupils of the High School of
Charleston from Oraugeburg arc pre
vented from returning on account of
the scarlet lever in the City,
Most olV ule lawyers were in (.'?
lumbia last week in attendance lipon
the Supreme Court, and everything
was remarkably quiet in our town.
Many ?ttrnetive bargains from the
recent sherilf Miles aw tlisplayed a;
Henry Kuhns. Call soon to set the
Thanks to Ai r. iL V. Patrick for a
in'ss of Spring turnips. They are
larger and further advanced than
any we have seen. Who can beat
Town Council continues to put u4i
tlie hnines of lite streets. A feu
more street lamps are also tobe dis
tributed. Let them be put in tlie
How is it our young men look so
well dressed? Heeause Henry Kuhn
is the clothier, and always has wdiat
is the latest, and most fashionable in
? . fTliy.. - . ^Knammm
The Young Americas turn out next
Tuesday for parade, when there will
be a trial of speed hetween the
squads. They will have their first
till mini maroon in May.
See notice of a desirable place for
sale on Kussel! street. Any one
wishing an eligible location as a
residence or place of business would
do well to enquire,
Mr. Li % Marshal!, the. Agent for
Jelforson Davis' Hook has arrived in
our town, and is now canvassing for
this excellent work. We again com
mend the work to all.
Mr. Win.dJ et singer, father of Rev.
J. J. Get singer, died at his home in
Barn wo 11, last week. He leaves a
large family and inn 113' friends to
mourn his loss.
The people who pay taxes In the
town of Ornhgcbiirg, will lake no
tice that Mr. Copes will take their
taxes on the three first Sa! unlays of
the month of Mny. Pay at once.
On the subject of the fence law,
which is now agitating cilll people, a
good many of our public men are
said to be on the fence, but the dif
ficulty is to lind out which fence they
Low, lower, lowest prices always in
Derby suitings, linen and worsted
dress goods at Henry Kohn's. Be
yond a doubt the largest assortment
and the prettiest selections, which
cannot fail to please the ladies,
We ought to have a railroad run
ning through the rich country be
tween Sunteo. and Four Holes and
connecting the North Eastern Rail
road with the South Carolina at Or
We have tried CoiTVancc's soap
which he is endeavoring to introduce
in our County, and it has proved all
that he says about it. Jt is an arti
cle that will sell on its own merits.
6rive it a trial.
See change in card of W. F. Rob
inson, who represents the "Combina
tion Perfected Spectacle." He has
glasses to suit all eyes. Look well
to your eyesight, and be sure th t
you see clearly.
Many thanks to the Committee .for
a complimentary invitation to the
pic nie at.llayden's mill on Satur
day; Maj- 7th. A good time may be
expected, for the people of this com
munity know how to do things well.
In last week's Times we reported
the capture in Columbia, of the pro
bable assailant of Miss Cunning
ham. It has turned out again that
the man captured is not the right
Mr. Robert (.'opes, our County
Treasurer, starts out into the Conn
ty next week to collect taxes. All
who can raise the money would
be wise in paying at once. It would
be bad policy to pay interest if you
can save in paying the taxes at once.
An exciting match was shot on
last Thursday between Messrs. I). J.
Sal ley and A. Ms I klar with the fol
lowing score out of a possible of tori :
A. xM. IKlar, 10 shots, 10 balls; D.d.
Sal ley, 10 .shots, 8 balls. Orange
lung can boast of some Hue shots.
The telephone line between Capt.
Mortimer Glover's and judge G lov
er.'s residences, distance DH3 fcut,
works successfully. It is the lir.si
line established in our town. Anoth
er is proposed by Capt. Dibble be
tween Iiis office and Gen. Izlnr's.
See h?tien of MrAfef und Reaper
in another column. It is highly re
commended and should engage, tin
consideration of all our farmers.
Mr. I Vier kin, one of our most sue
ccssful farmers, taking stock in it, is
a sullicicnt guarantee of its success.
Give it a trial.
We hear of two admirable young
men of o\\v t?wn who are distrihii
ting roses?beautiful while roses?
iVeo to all the young ladies who wil,
stop for them. It is only necessary
for the young ladies to call in order
o get them?we mean the roses, ot
Mr. W. M. Sain was taken sun
donly ami seV'.oUsly ill about t\Vo
o'clock on Monday, and, exaggerated
Illinois getting out as lb his coiidi
ion, considerable alarm was occti
sioned iu our town. We are glad,
however, to hear that he is getting
The Baptist Church in our lowi
lias called Rev. T. M. Galpliiii as
ogular pastor. Mr. Gutphiii is :?
du dent from the Rtiptist Theologi
ill Institute of Kentucky and is re
irescnted its a y?ii?g preacher oi
"?"inise. We welcome him to his new
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A gentleman representing capita!,
tvhile.o'.i a visit to our town last week
'x pressed himself in the high es
onus of t he advantage of starling i
sink in Orangebtirg. It is a min i
elt need, and should lie presset
)ur banking facilities are iticoiivcti
We tender our grateful acknow
lodgements to Mr*. J. G. Postell for
i beautiful waiter of pan si es grown
n her garden in our town. Such
ok ens of consideration are cheering
t'isitaiits in the editor.til sanctum.
I'liey are the oases in the desert ot
3? ? ? ? <xam
Ypiiiid Freddie Pitt htm, son of Mr.
V. Pit t hau, foru erly of our town,
but now living hear Four Holes, w<
are sorry to hear, was run over by :i
loaded wii^on on Saturday. We tin
lerstaud that Ik; is doing very wel.
and we hope that it will prove noth
ing vel'v serious.
The following was the result of she
[Caster election held lit the Church
if Ihc Redeemer in our town:
Wakoknh ? John Lucas, W. J;
Vksthymkx?Gen. Jas. F. Izlar.
fVrl J. W. Patrick. Ohas. S. Lull, 1).
K. SlliOak, Jas. S. Hey Ward.
Mr. .1. I. Sorcntrtie, who Went
dowii to Charleston last week on busi
ness, returned on 'Thursday night
very ill, and for some time serious
alarm was felt for his condition. We
are ghid, however, to be able to re
port Unit he has rallied, and we hope
that in a few days he will be ntbusi
Two of our young men, oh last
Friday morning, rigged themselves
with till necessary lishnig tackles
and a shot gun, and concluded to
spend the day Upon the waters
of the Kdistbi Success having
crowned then' efforts, they returned
late in the afternoon with one
cat squirrel, a trout fish weighing
eleven poll litis, two perch and three
The summer days are long and hot,
and if you feel tired and overcome
with hcttt, there is nothing that will
make yon feel better and cool you ofl
quicker than a glass of Dr. Wnnna
makef's pure, cold soda water with
fruit arid crenfn syrups, drawn from
the celebrated John .Mathews appa
ratus, at the low price of 5 cents a
glass. Also the valuable tonic Pe
ruvian Boer will bo drawn fresh from
the fountain. Go and be refreshed'
t.lt . EBSBSSSBBSim_ 55 ??- -
The farmers of Ornugebtirg Coun
ty ought certainly to move in the
mutter of Immigration. The tide of
Bettlers seems at last to be setting in
towards the South, and why should
we not get our share? It is said that
arrangements can be made at any
time for immigrants from Castle
Garden. All that is needed is sys
tematic action. The State Agent
will do his part. It seems to us that
a County Agent, with an oflice for the
registration of lands and wants,
would greatly promote the cause.
Let us net for tile good of the county
Jury Commissioner F. S. DoTrc
ville has drawn the following Petit
Jurors for the May teem of Court:
E. IK l!<arson, L 8. puihmihgs, J.
M. Cope, S. B. Hair, David GaHancy,
II. (4. Cooper. Morris Jaruckov, II.
M. Miller, Jas. Droytoh, J. A. Cope;
D. L. Bean, Ja?. *K Fa iicy, l\ F.
Shuicrs Jack Dant/.ler, J. C. Wolfe,
Jerry C, Ca>s, W. C, Bull, Geliii S.
Utirt; .tamesCannon, t\ C, McMillan,
A. J. Smoak, O. P. Felder, J. Swift
Livingston^ J-. IL Andrews, \V\ W.
Hutland, M. L. Hughes, Martin
Elullmitn, Josiah ft. Smoak. J. W. R.
Rerrv, Vastinc Livingston. B. F.Me
AlhnnUy, T. >L Asho, 1). \\\ East er
lin, J. IL I un bittet, B. II, Barton, J.
Wo agree thoroughly with Critic
as to our farmers breaking them
selves away from their mania for cot
ton, and paying more attention to
provision crops. We hope, however,
that what he says will not throw
cold water upon the immigration
hoom. Critic sees the importance of
iniiuigratioo, but he is only warning
our fanners to be ready for the new
comers. And this is tight. We
ought to be ready and willing to
make them sntistied. There is too
much at slake for us to bo uncon
cerned in this mattei\ If we wish
to see our country prosper, if we
wish to make our' polities pure, wo
must foster lniniigraYion. Critic is
practical?but he is notes;-, awnk* to
our necessities and requirements.
Wc arc deeply saddened by llie in
telligence of a most terrible accident
on the Charleston und Sa vanna h
Railroad which the more nearly af
fects our community on account of
its connection with one of our towns
men. Mr. Wigfall ?Sims, n younger
brother of Mr. J? L. Sims of out*
town, was crushed between I Wo cars ?
near Yniuassce on last Thursday
and died the same night at his home
in Charleston* where he was carried.
The unfortunate young man was
coupling ti box and lumber cur to
gether, and was crushed by u pro
jecting piece of lumber. The de
ceased Was just entering upon man
hood with all the promises of life lie
fore him. lie is represented by
those who knew him to have been ti
highly moral, pious and industrious
young man. To the heart broken
and weeping mother., and the sorrow
ing- brothers and sisters we extend
our deepest sympathies. May they
find sweet consolation in the thought
that their loved tine is now at rest,
and that* "their loss is his eternal
A deep gloom was cast over our
community- on Sunday morning by
tlie sudden death of Mr. John M.
Dalmer. lie had been in a critical
state Of health formany months, but
he had so fur rallied that on the Fii
day before his death he rotte out to
his farm and store coil versing with
his friends whom lie met in his usual
pleasant and cheerful manner.
Mr. Banner was a man of most
excellent traits of character. As a
citizen he was publicspiritcd, just
andcourteous, always having a good
word for every one with whom he
came ill contact, gladdening the path
way of life by the genial rays of a
joyousdisposition, and carrying hap
piness into every sphere in which he
moved. Asa father and husband he
was kind and affectionate and blest
the family circle with his love.
The funeral services Were perform
ed oil Sunday afternoon in the
Methodist Church, of which he was a 1
member, by Rev, O. A. 1>arby before
a vast concourse of people who had
come oul to pay the last tribute ol
respect; His remains were deposited
in the Presbyterian graveyard with
Masonic honors. Our heartfelt
sympathies arc extended to the be
Dr. J. G. Wa .naninke.t' has jtist
received the finest stock of cigars,
cigarettes, smoking and chewing to
baccos ever offered in Oraiigeburg.
The Dr. never keeps anything hut the
best of goods in his line and we take
pleasure in calling attention to these
goods. Go down and try them.
If you want ft extra fine sogar at a
reasonable price, call ill at Dr. J. (J.
Wan tut maker's Drug Store and we
guarantee you will be accommodated.
Corrected every week by Messrs. BUi.li
FnioAY, April 28, 1881.
Low Middlings.?. O'/iiOy
Peas. 1 25
Fodder, per 100 lbs. t 50
Hough Kice.,. 8.5
Mower and Ueaper.
TAM offering to sell the best Mower and
Reaper invented. Have used four
different machines in the last twelve
months, and am satisfied that the NEW
CHAMPION Machine for the South will
pay for itself ill less than orio dny in good
peaviues. I will keep on hand all parts of
the machine that are subject to ware nnd
brake, something that is not done by any
one else selling machines nearer than
Baltimore or Richmond. I will also set up
and start to work, and givu all necessary
instructions in regard tot hem. Send for
circular and price,
J. A. PETERKIN,
npr'l 2^ 3m
J:.3ce('ut ivo Chaitibcr,
COLUMBIA, C, ,xpril ^2, 1381.
fl, ta,r I! EREAS h formation has been rrc
t V ceived at this Hepariinent, that in
the Counijf of Oraiigeburg ol'lhis State bii
the lOili day or March I SSI, Miss .Inno
Cunningham was atrociously ft?sau I led by a
colored person whosa name is unknown and
that the said person has lied from jusliee:
Now, I here Iure, I JOltNS?N IIA iutlD.
Governor of the Mate ol South Carolina,
in order thai justice may he done, and the
majesty of '.lie law vindicated, do hereby
idler a rewind of Fifty Dohurs for the up
prehension ami delivery t > the She ill' of
i iratigehiirg Cottiiiy of die said colored
The said perfton is described as being
about ? f.'et (i inches in Itsigl'.t, brown com
plexion, Stout built and about IS year* o'd.
lie Was dressed in hlaH; pan Id, a light
colored bruwii coal and a hlue check shirt
with a large bra-s button on ihe bosoiiVj ami
congress shoe-, lie was .?erittchod in the
face during tiio struggle, He worked for a
Mr. Ii(.nj. Crion near liowesyiHe, S. C,
the tiny before the assault was committed
and gave hi - name as Uovail HrOWii, and
said he was from Suthtcr, S. I). Alter, in
his (light, he gave his name as William
In testimony whereof I have hereunto cot
inv hand and caused lb.- (Jre.itSeal of
the State io nc atlixi-d tins 21 at day of
April 1831, a ml in the It) ah year of the
ii.depeiuieuci of the L'mud States ol
[Ls.J JOHNSON HAUOOD,
do vet nor.
U. M. SIMS,
Secretary of State?
apr'l 28 3t
The Slate of South Caroliaa,
OiiAxnicituiui cvi nty.
nV i'. p? IZI.ar, KSO.?IKK, ritOIIATf: ju1k31k
Whereas, Mrs. S. At nie Hanner hath
mailt'suit if) me, to grant her Letters of
administration of the Estate and eltects of
Jno. M. Daimerdeceased.
'1 lu-e are therefore to citv and admonish
all tiiidsingular tlt<u kindred and Creditors
ot the said .Inn- M. L'anncr deceased,
that they be ami appear, before mu. in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Orangebnrg,
C. II., on 12th May next, after publication
hereof, at 1 I o'clock in the (orciiooti, t-.t
show eau.-e, if any they have, why the said
Administration should not he granted.
Iiiven under my Hand, this 27lh day of
April, Anno Dinniiii lSrfl.
l>??] - It. P. IZLAR,
Judge o/Probate, Orangebury County.
apr'l 28 at
7 E would rcspettftdly a^k the public
t<> Call niiil examine olir stock \?f
1 n endless var'u t v.
In all the I.atckt and most Fashionable
Uoth Staple pad Kiiney
Tho World Renowned
LYON BAKING POWDER
In 1, \, \ and 1 lh package*, guaranteed
liest of io 1 or money refunded.
gP FLOUR! ?
Direct frllin the Mills, and we call particu
lar III tent ion to two bf oar Fancy brand.-,
Which cannot he eijliuled in this Market,
and which is within the reach ol I lie
poor as well as the rich.
A full nnd well Selected Sloe 1, from $7 GO
to SI 2 00 per set.
From $2 to $12.
From the l'.cst Factories in North. Carolina
and Virginia, Low for Cash.
For Ladies, Misses, Children, Meiu Youths
Hoys in great variety.
fipiMEwill not allow tin to hientlon onr
1 En tiro Stock. Come and look and
you will be pleased. P,uy and you will be
?. 11. 8M0AK & CO.
CALL AT THE
Goods Mid Prices sure to give Satisfaction. Also Agent for the
Celebrated Eawloy Clotlaes Wfirstname.lastname@example.orgSt
Call and Examine*
3. arco. vose,
Sl-ussol! Street, Oran^ebia-rg.
iiov 2C 1880 ly
A fresh lot of Orange Crimps, Egg Jumbles, Rifle Nuts, Cocoanbt Ordpa,
Cocoa nut Wafers, Zephyr, Soda an Cream Cracker?;
Also Green Pens, Spiced Sardines and Mustard Sardines.
Also another lot of the Celebrated
MASTER STROKE CIGARS.
? ?, DITESS GOOODS,
^ A. . OPIQtTfiS
JLn ImmSAsd Steck*
Clothing, Hats ard Shoes
/J??"*Wc invite every little Girl in the Town and
County to come and receive a FAN free. Conic and get
otic; Wo have plant}*.
A SETTER 1>0G followed rrte fro-U the
jT\ ncigldiorhnod'ofGrahams or Itlack
vilie pnmc time ago. and refused to bo
driven back. The owner can have it by
h|t|ilytui> to ine or at Mr. D. H. Rush's
near Elloree. proving ownership and pay
ing necessary expenses.
J. M.STOU DEN MIRE.
apr'128 2t ?
?FFICK OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
Oka no km: ho Corxrv.
Ornngeburg, S. C, Aril 2ti, 1881.
NOTICE is hereby e;ivcn that in accord'
mice with an act of the General As
sembly, No. 07ti, passed Deeeinber 2-lth
I ?SM; 1, or my Assistant will attend ibe
following named places, on tho respective
dates, for the purpose of taking the Assess
ments foi the'laxes of (he present year:
branch vi lie, Wednesday and Thnrsda}',
June 1st and 2nd.
Kowesvillc, Eridav ami Saturday, June
M and 4th.
Connoi's Stor??, Monday and Tutsday,
.1 tine tith and 7th. %
j Avers' Shop, Wednesday and Thursday,
> .June Kill and 9tli.
Fehlcrvillo, Friday nnd Saturday, June
1 Oih and 11th.
Wells' iVtorc, Momhlyatld TnL'sdav, June
12th and 14th.
Avingt-i'sj Wednesday and "Thursday,
.lime l?lh and l?lli.
Snider's Store, Friday and Saturday,
June 17th and 18th.
Dr. Tlicifl. K. Keller's, Monday and Tues
day, June 20th and 21st.
t ine Giove Acadatny, Wednesday and
Thnrsdav, June 22nd und 23rd,
Foit Motte, Frtdav and Saturdav, June
2hli and 2">th.
Lewis vi lie. Monday and Tuesday, June
2711' and 2Sth.
Y.K igler's Store, Wednesday and Th?rs
da/, June 20lll and 3jUh
Knotts Mills, Friday and Saturday, July
1st and 2nd.
Easlcrlin's, Monday and Tuesday, July
Ith and 5th.
L'orbctlMViU?, Wednesday and Thursday,
July (ith am) 7th.
Sawyer's store. Friday and Saturday,
July Stb and Oih.
Livingston's Mill, Monthly and Tuesday,
July 1 Ith and 12th.
W. F. Phillips', Wednesday and Thurs
day, Jn'y l?th and 14th,
J. D. Sinoaks mill, Friday and Saturday,
July loth and 10th.
J acob Smoak Sr.,: Monday and Tuesday,
Julv lSth ami 19th
?rangebnrg C. II., Wednesday, July 20th.
'1 he oflice will be open each day during
the time prescribed by law to lake the re
turns from nine o'clock a. m. to (3)
three o'clock p. m., and all persons con
cerned should avail tbomsclvcs of these
opportunities, and avoid the penalty which
attaches after the 20 th day of July 1S8L
DONALD lt. IIAUTONj
Auditor Orangeburg County,
apr'l 23 . 4l
THIO Lot and Residence now occupied
hy the undersigned .on Russell Mroet
hext to Dr.S. A. Reeves' drug stora. ' for
particular* apptf to Dr. A. S HYDRICti
or to .1. IL LIVINGSTON.
aprM 28 _ 2t
Having contracted with Wandt Caldwcll
for the services of Iii? son Adam Caldwcll
(a minor) for the year ?8?l, I
hereby forewarn all pei sonn from employ
ing Idm or allowing the ?nid Adam Cald
wcll to ?tay bn their premises. :
Z. M. WOLFE.
April r?, 18SL
JtprM 14 ' 8t
By virtue of 8undry Executions "to'md
directed, I will sell for cash, at Orange
burg Court House on Monday the 2nd day.
of May 1831, during the usual hours of
?ale, lite following propertv to wit:
All that certain tract of land ".situate in
said County, containing 101 acres, niore of
less, bounded on the North by J. T. Clav
ton, So i h by Mf?? Pricket, East by M. *8.
Haddock, and on the Went by U. J. Clay
I ton Sr Levied on as the property df
David J. Claytau Jr., at the suit of Thomas
Also, one Other tkact Of Itirld contairtlhg
one hundred kctc*. more or less, bounded
on lite North by A. Rickeubaker, East by
Jacob Smortk, South by- Antley, ami
un the West bv lb 15. Smouk. Levied on
as '.he propUrly Of Harman Rowe, at thd
suit Of Ueorge'll. Curnel.'.c"
A.M. S ALLEY,
i % Sheriff, O. Co., C. IL, S. C.
_ Sheriff s Ojlice, AjnuUh, 188L_
Peguhiraud Transiont Boarders can get
good and reasonable Hoard at this excel
lent Boarding Hoilsc which, I have opened
to meet the growing needs of Orangeburg.
It x* loeatid inn desirable locality, con
veniciit to the hush c-s portion of the town
und truveirmg!pu'di vi
V. U. W. BKIGGMANN.
Ifitf M0NR?2 Jr.,
The Finest Bred Stalliou ever befor?
County, con now be
Yv. M. SAIN'8 STABLES.
Below find rtdigrcc of Jim Monroe,- Jr.,
the Trottitig Stallion. Jim Monroe wna
sired by. Jim Monroe, he, by Alexander's
Abdalah, nnd old Abdaluh by Ilamiltonian,
dam,, out of Imported Fieklo. Jim J/on
roe, Jr. is eight years old, bred by John R.
Nutter, of Georgetown, Ky., nnd can trot
hi* mile in 2.40, and also half brother to
tha fatCBt Htsllion now on the Turf "'Mon'
roe Chiet," record 2.18.