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The Orangebuj'g. Tinges
?Tuesday, fr?s, a sweltry day.
?Maj; Whaley and family are off
rusticatiug pn the Santee.
?Dr..pukes is considerably.im
proving the Barton building., '. ]
??Mr.'B. Frauk Slater got in a
fine lot of buggies on Tuesday.
?Mr. D; E. Hydrick is back from
Vanderb'ilt looking well and hearty.
?The medicine man and the um
brella man have both left town.
?Mr. Nelson Bruneon will com
mence soon to clerk for Mr Geo. Vesc.
?They;have becu feeding the Pres
ident on'MoWs milk*. W hat next?
'?Mr* A; B. Walker's building by ;
Mr. Briggriian's is getting along fine
?Mr. Cornelsou was obliged to
haul water from the river last week
for his factory. .
?Mr. J. G. Postell has bought out
Mr. W. M. Sain and will now run a
live hauling business.
?Drummers come to Oraugcburg
and go off with leng faces. Cause,
?Dr. S her rod Reeves is now selling
out a splendid lot of Tobacco at the
cheapest rate. j
?Mr. C. P. Brunson had another
turn of sickness this week. What's
the matter Charlie?
?Rev. T. M. Galphin, of the Bap
tist church, returns from his preach
ing tour in the county this week.
?The Institute for white teaehers
opened'in Greenville on Tuesday un
der flattering aimpices.
?We learn that a little daughter
of Mr. G'. W. RrunBon is quito sick,
but hope for her speedy recovery.
?Rev. W. H. Lawton and wife of
Allendale are on a visit to their kins
man, D'ri Salley of our town.
?Thanks to Mr. A. W. Jourdain
for a supply of delicious grapes for
the Tim Ks force on Tuesday.
?Bishop Howe preached a most
exeelleut sermon on Sunday on the
?A goodly number of the teachers
of Orangeburg will be at the Green
< ? A string band has been organ
ized in ?uf town which will be a pub
?Mr. A ('Dibble has been appointed
by the Graiid Division a delegates to
the State Prohibition Convention.
?A very good shower of rain fell
in O rangt-burg ami vicinity on Mon
day, put not enough to do much good;
Salesday passed off quietly, the
crowd in t<#wn being much smaller
?Cattle Creek Camp Meeting com
mences to-m?rrow." expect there
will^be a large tuftiouton Sunday.
?Timely repairs have been ma&e
on the lancleadin g from Rub
sell street past the Times office.
?The Post Office is moved across
the way to the building on the Bap
tist Church lot.
Mr. Pike is about to commence
considerable improvements in' t$_e
rear of his store for his g. owing buti
nees. * .-V'
?We regret to hear rjf the il-hreiis*
?of a daughter, of Rev. Manning*
Brown, and hope that she will "soon
be restored to health.
?Mr. A. C. Dibble has bcc<fche5i
ored by the appointment--us?'Grand
Scribe of the order of theX Sons of
Temperance of the State.
?Greenville is a popular place for
big meeting^* -and justly so. Its
bracing atmosphere and hospitable
citizens are sources of-attraction
?Mr. L. H. Wannnmakcris spend
ing a-tine In .Greenville, May he
return invigorated by' mountain
Mr. Henry Kohif'startcd North
last night to buy goods,'and his fain
ly, at the same time, to spend a time
?The^Epiacopal Church of our
town has been neatly painted out
side and inside. Well done fojK the
little flockf *> - ^7
?Dr. Wannamaker and family
Miss Rebecca j "^.lbergottt and
MisB Agnes DibnTetbok train'on last
Thursday . morning in search of
?The Methodist Church of our
town will be closed on Sunday, all
the ministers going to Camp Meet
ing. %. .
.-c?W/s hear complaints of the bad
c&JQition of the .causeway over the
river near the town at the point
knovm, ac the lake bridge.
? $$ ?-' ?* i
?^ehear<i:<Wo citizens of Lowis
villc say they would give $100 each to
the erection of a flue academy build
ing iti that town. .Why can't it be
?Rev. G. W. Gardner of Lancas
t?r paid a visit to hie relatives on
BnllSw amp and preached seTcral ex
cellent sermons In the last few weeks
He npw ?turhi to bis charge in Lan
?The London Times has a loading
editorial on Horace Conkling, tho le
tiriug United States Senator from
Now York. Alas for human fame!
?Another brother of Mr. Dave
and Mr. Haskell Smith is now in
town clerking for Mr. Walker. We
can afford to take in many more such
>-+-\Ve read a notice on the door of
the County Commissioners office that
the clerk, who is now snuillug moun
tain breezes, ''will return when he
?Who are the candidates for May
or and Aldermen? . The day of elec
tion is fast approaching but every
thing seems to be kept wonderfully
?Mr. Sheltou Bull, who has been
away for some time, returned on Sat
urday night. He is now traveling
for a Northern house. Mr. Bull is a
clever business man of most pleasing
address and will succeed anywhere.
?A colored man was arrested by
the town authorities yesterday, and
turned over to be tried by the Lourt
of Common Pleas, for carryiug con
?Mr. W. F. Robin sou onys the
rnins have come now, and he has a
fine lot of turnip seed for plauting.
Goto him and get them.
?We are requested by Miss Thom
son to slate that, upon solicitation,
she has determined opon a second
session of her dancing school. Ap
plication must be made at once.
Terms invariably in advance.
?Capt. Mortimer Glover's brick
building is nearing completion. Capt
Glover will occupy the office on the
south side himself; Hon. T. W. Glov
er, the Master, the central room and
Trial Justice Raysor, the Northern
?While the Comity Commissiones
are about it, let a good substantial
fence be put around the Court House
cither an iron fence or stone posts and
a chain. Cheaj. public works never
?A noted physician of New York
writes to a friend: "I have in my
mind a sufferer from gravel and a
complication of Kidney disorders
that was permanently cured by the
use of Prof. Gu dinette's French Kid
ney Pads." The druggists sell them.
?An election will be held on the
11th of August in our sister county,
Barowcll, to determine whether the
fence or no fence system shall be adop
ted. This is in accordance with the
requirements of the Legislature.
L O C A. Tu
Soiree.?A soiree will be given on
Friday, tomorrow, evening, at 8 o'
clock at the Fair Built ling by Miss
Thompson for the enjoyment of the
Temperance Sermon.?Rev. J. F.
Kiser, by request, will preach a ser
mon oij the subject of Temperance
on Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the
Lutheran Church. A cordial iuvita
ti?h is extended to the public.
Unci.e Joe.?The Young Ameri
cas were ant on monthly parade on
Tuesday afternoon in good force.
Uncle Joe, the town pet, was again
tried with perfect satisfaction.. An
other reel race resulted in the throw
ing of water in 59 seconds.
ANOTnEit New Pacer.?The first
issue of the Sil rater Advance, pub'
Hi shed ai Sumter by Messrs. Darr &
Pahnalee, reached us this week. * It
is neatly printed and full of news.
We welcome the new comer on our
Arrested.?Hojiry Thompson a
colored man wasarrested and brought
up to jail last week by Messrs John
D, Sbuler, and A. R. and T. M. Fel
der, on suspicion of burning the resi
dence of Mr. J. H. Felder at Felder
A Lecture.?A lecture was deliv
ered in the Fork of Edisto by Mr. G.
E. Bolin on the sucject of ''Qbedi
tMieo*"-. which is highly sunken of.
The subject .was fully illust rated by
examples from the life of Christ, and
is calculated to do good in the ad
vancement of the Sunday School
Better Still.-^-Wc reported re
ceutly 1000 watermelons sold by Mr.
P. W. B dl for Mr. Hess Andrews this
season. We learn since that Mr.
Audrews' accounts show that 6000
have been sold. This is a good busi
ness. The wonder is how Mr.
Andrews protects himself from the
Y. M. C. A.?.A District meeting
of this Association will eomnlencc at
Orangeburg on August lO'-h. Mr. J.
W. Wallace, the great singer and
musician, nud a number of other
Christian workers are expected to be
present. Let our citizens give the
cause a united support, and the visi
tors a heart3' welcome.
Dr. ,\. G. Wannnmaker has just
received the fiuest stock of cigars,
cigarettes, smokiug and chewing
tobaccos over offered in Orangeburg
The Dr. never keeps anything *but
he best of goods in bis line and we
Uike pleasure in calling attention to
these goodai 'Go down and try them
A Narrow Escape.?While Mr.
J. F. Jackson was coming to town
last Thursday^his mule took fright
from an approaching train, anil came
very near doing very serious damage.
The mule commenced kicking and
jumping and ran directly for the
train at full speed. Mr. Jaeksou
managed to get out, but the buggy
was upset and ten gallons of honey
thrown into the road. The shafts
were then separated from the body of
the buggy and the mule ran with them
ahead of the train for sometime and
finalty brought up in Mr. Dukes'
yard. Damage about $10.
A Happy Happening.?We had
the pleasure of falling into a pleas
ant farmers gathering at Capt. J. A.
Peterkins at Ft. Motte on Friday
last. There were present Col. A. D.
Goodwin, Dr. Goodwin, Maj. W. C.
llano, R. E. Clark and others. After
partaking of the generous hospitali
ties of the Captain, a ride was taken
over the crops. The general ex
pression was that the crops were at
that peculiar^tnge that several days
development would bo required be
fore any definite or correct estimate
of the prospect could be given. Cot
ton is exceedingly small, and corn is
The Souxn Carolina Rail
road.?The South Carolina Railroad I
was sold last Thursday, according to
to previous notice, in front of the
Charleston Post Olllce, for $1,275,
000. Geo. W. Williams, Sam'l Lord,
Maj. W. H. Brawley and others re
presenting various companies of capi
talists or syndicates were present at
the bidding. The road was finally
knocked down to Maj. Brawley, re
presenting the purchasing Committee
at the above ligues. General satis
faction is felt in Charleston at the
result of the sale. It is believed that
the road under tho new management
will be run for the best interest of
the public, and that satisfactory re
sults to all concerned are anticipated.
Mellich amp's School.?As shown
by the advertisement in another
column, the Tenth Annual Session
of this Sehool,will commence on the
first Mouday in September. Renew
ed efforts will be made to make the
School all that may be needed in a
growing town like Orangeburg.
Work will soon be commenced in the
erection of a suitable School build
ing for the better accommodation of
the pupils. The School has flourish
ed for the past nine years, increasing
in patronage each year, and the
prospect for the future is bright. We
point with pleasure, and we think
with propriety, to the number of
young men, who are successful clerks
and businessmen in Orangeburg and
elsewhere, or who have passed credit
ably through College, and the num
ber of young ladies now adorning
society, all educated at this School,
as the most substantial testimonials
to its oOijfieney. Continued patron
age is .jjjpspectfulby solicited. Read
That Salmon Again.?It appears '
to us that the chances are that Coi.
A. D. Goodwin is right,-that the lisb
he caught and sent to the fish com
missioner was a salmon^ and not a
bass or rock fish, as pronounced at
headquarters. An article in' Scrib
ners Magazine shows that a dis
cussion took place in England about
fifty years ago upon this very subject.
A tish was caught that tttracted at
tention. Some called it a salmon;
others a trout or stripped bast.. The
discussion showed that the salmon
changes in appearance at the differ
cut stages of its growth and is dilli
cultof identification iu the. growing
state. The anglers, therefore, deter
mined that the only way to decide
the class and name of the fish before
them was to allow it to grow, and de
velop its characteristics. This was
done, and it was found to be a sal
mon. Now inasmuch as the Eng
lish anglers were thus perturbed, nnu
the striped bass decision is extreme
I3' unlikely, may it not be possible,
at least, that Prof. Baird at Wash
ington was misjtaken this time.
DEATn.?It is with pain that no
record thedeath of Miss Emma Sal
tcy> youngest daughter of Mr. N. M.
Salley of the Fork of Edisto. She was
taken sick on Sunday and died the
following Wednesday of last week.
Like a llower of the Held suddenly cut
down uuder the sickle of the reaper,
she was taken awn}'in the bloom of
youth. She will be sorely missed by
all who knew her, but the memory of
her modest virtues and pure Chris
tian life will be as a sweet smelling
fragrance to those who are left behind.
Our deepest sympathy is extended to
the bereaved fnmily.
We also regret to learn of the death
on last Saturday of Mrs. Robert Moo
rer of Middle Township at the home
of'jier brother Mr. J. W. E. Moorer.
The d( ceased was a consistent mem
ber of the Methodist?' Church and
possessed of many excellent traits of
character which will cause her loss
to be severely felt. Our deepest syin
pathios are extended to the mourning
New <fc Secondhand ENGiNEs.-Take
notice, that Straus dt Co arc offering
the finest lot of second hand engines
and new engines at cheaper rates than
can be obtained anywhere. ? fine
lot of tbem will arrive In a few daj's,
and parties'desiring'to buy will find
it to Cheir ij^jd^S^-to call and exam
ine them. " ?' -T
Tribute of Respect.
At a regular meeting of Midcllepeu
Grange,-Mo. 116, P. of II., held July
8th, 1881, the following preamble and
resolutions were unanimously adopt
"Whereas, It hath pleased our
Heavenly jc'ather in His infinite wis
dom and loVe to remove from us our
much loved brother, A. G. Stroman,
therefore, be it
Resolved, That we bow submis
sively to the Divine will; yet our
hearts are filled with sorrow, aud we
feel thnt this Order has lost one of
her exemplary members, the State a
good and upright citizeu, the commu
nity one of its true and tried friends.
Resolved, That we extend our
heartfelt sympathies to the bereaved
family, with a cbpy of these resolu
Resolved, That a page in our
minute book br iuscribed to his
Resolved, Thatour county papers
be requested to publish these resolu
TAX x\ OTICE. ?
Office of County Treasurer,
i 'mngcburg I uuuty, 8. C.
Orangeburg, C. IL, 8. U.,|Jnly ^Uth 1881.
Notice in hereby given that the mie< of j
Taxation ''upon every dollar of the value
of all Taxable Property" for the fiscal vear
commencing November 1st 18fi0, are an
For Mute purposes, five indls (5).
For County purposes, ihise mills (3).
Fur past Indebtedness, three-fourths of
one mill (ij).
r'or l'ast Indebtedness of the fiscal year
1878 and 1879, one-half of one mill
For the suppoi t of l'ublic schools, l\vu
To.id number of mills,! It.
Notice id also given ihat I will be at the
folluwing uameil pIsceHon the dayB speci
fied lor the purpose of collecting Taxe.-* for
tlie above mentioned vear. MJ ICXIiN
iON of WILL l*E ASKED F?R.
Office houis from ? A. M. to s p. M
\V t Phillips Thursday, Kept 15th 1881.
t'61 Livingston's .Mill Kridav ,. 16th ,,
Knotts Mill Saturday ,, 17th ,,
Counsboro, Monday ,, 19th ,,
Sawyerdale, Tuesday ,, 2uth ,,
John T N illiamson'.s n'ensd' ,. 2lat ,,
Eiislerlin's AI ill Ihursday 2:md
Jacob Sinoiik's Friday ? 2:ird ?
branch vibe Saturday ,, ii-ttb u
Jos D ?i?iiak'fl Mill Monday ,, 20th ,,
Zeigters Stture I uesduy ,, 2< ili ,,
niMatthcws Wednesday ,, 2oth ,,
t ort Motte Th tin-day ,, ?'Jtli ?
Pine Urove Academy Friday ? ??tu ,,
Dr T K KeUea's Saturday October 1st ,,.
Connor's Store Monday ,, 8. d ,.
Aytsr'a Shop Tue-day ? 4lh ?
I ti'J'elder Wednesday ,, 5th ,,
S P Wells Thursday ? 6th ?
Avingcra Friday ,, 7lh |(
W .1 binders Saturday ,, bth ,,
Rowesville Monday ,, lUth ,,
Jamisons Tuesday ,, 11th P|
A/y otuco will be open at theCoutuy nail
during the remainder of the time allowed
? y theluw lor the above pupose.
- ., t reasurer C?. C.
Aug 4 ?t
Ait i Iji ? jTTi ~ 77 v ~;
In rear of T. \\A)II X'S Store.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE,
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Lop? of appotlto,Nauae&.bowels costive,
Pain In tneHeaa.with a dull aoriHationjn
iEo'bock part, Pahi^ndeFlHe shoulder*
blade, fulrneBB~?"ftor o?tlng. with a disin
ollriation to exertion of "body or mind,
TrHtab'iliCy of "temper. Low aplrfl?. Losa
of momory, wi jfTjnSaung of havipg neg
lect? djiome & ty. We_arInessTTDlaaloass,
Flutte .'ing of' fieHeart,"D ota bofore tho
ayeiT' fe??wt fklnj^^adaoheT^eatlesB.
noas c j nigh' ."Eighty oolorodurlne.
TT TTL28E W iRNINGS ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISLASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'S PILLS are especially udapted to
such oases,one dose effect* auchucliatige
of feeling aa to astonish the sufferer.
They Surrencf tlie Appetite, and cause tlia
body to Tab? on Flesh, thus tho aystem le
nourished, and by tliplrToule A ct ion on tho
Digestiv? Organ?, Regular Ntool o nrojiro.
duced. Price '25 cent*. 33 Murroy jHW, N.Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Onxv IlAiBorWiiiBKKRs changed toaOLoasy
Black by a single application or thin ays. It
l-npartn a natural color, neta Instantaneously.
Hold by DruggUU,or sent by exproe. od receipt of fl.
Office. 35 Murray St., Now York.
?Dr. TCTVB IHM ji. of T.ln.hL InfurHaUn aad IS
Cttfll Btcclpta will h- nalltd FBIE aa appllcaUas.jr
tntalarln, ia an 1/neeen Vaporona
Poison, spreading disease and death In many
localities, for which quim e ia no genuine an*
titode, but for the effects of which Hosteller's
Stomach Uilter? is not only a thorough rcnic
dy, but a rcli.iblc preventatlvc. To this fact
there Is an overwhelming array of tcst!mon> .
enlciidlug ovtr a period of thirty years. All
disorders' of tlio liver, stomach and bo*vcls
aje aLo conquered by the Bitters.
For bitchy ?II Druggirts and Dealers
' ? ? generally._.
HAI! HAY! CORN! OATS! OATS!
8033ales prime Eastern. Hayi
-A. lr *; of prime "White Cornt
Red rust proof Seed Oats
NOW is your time to buy a Jot of choice Abbeville raised oats.
Seeds must advance with a light crop.
3 Tailor Gins on Hand.
A flesh supply of Family Groceries including delicacies for invalids.
Lunch and Potted tongue, potted bam,- anchovey paste, can mackerel, sal
mon, and lobsters, gelatine, ficsh crackers, cut loaf and powdered sugars,
U \ son, Young Ilys-on, Gunpowder and Oolong teas.
JOHN A. HAMILTON",
20.1881.?ly NEXT TO HENRY KOHN.
Orange burg, 8. C.
net I 1880 ly
Of Sewing Machines.
It has the Fioost Fished Wood
Work, and is the
Machine in the Market.
Its Shuttle is Self-threading,
Its Needle is Self setting*,.
Its Bobbins can be Oiled without
removing work or attachments.
So simply constructed and Light
Running, that a child can use it.
Warranted for five years.
flora (o Iiis friends (nnd Iii?
v " public, :it the Htore recent, y occupied
a full Steck of General
a call solicited ?ud satisfaction guaran
Will be made si specialty.
W. B. THOMPSON.
jtinr 4 !3S0 .ly
THE 10th ANNUAL SESSION
of this School will commence on the
FIRST MONDAY ?
SEPT E M BE R 1881.
Hoys are prepared for College
or Business, and young ladies given
a finished course.
Renewed efforts will be made to
make t Iiis School even more accepta
ble and efficient, if possible, than it
has been during the past Nine Years
of its successful and uninterrupted
progress. No pains will be spared
in the thorough training, morally and
intellectually, of every pupil in at
All the English Branches, be
sides Latin. Greek, and French are
B65~ Book-Iieopintr, Pen
man fillip ?"d the Ethics ?f
J3ltsines* receive special attention.
The aim of the Principal is the
Heart as well as the Mind of the
pui il n the cultivation of correct aud
enuobl ug moral principles.
terms pek month:
Primary and Intermediate.$2 00.
Latin, Greek, French aud Book
Keeping, each, extra, 50 cts.
Liberal deductions made where
more than one pupil attends from a
Board can be obtained at from 10
to 12 dollars per month.
For further particulars, apply to,
STILES R. MELLICH AMP,
Orangeburg, S. C.; Aug. 4,1881.
T. C. UUBBELL,
AI! Illustrated Papers and Sunday Map
zines, Sea Side Library, &c.t from which
tlie minds ?f the Old aa well aa the Young
can be improved. . ..
All ordern for Book? Paper?, &c.j entrust
ed lo me will receive prompt attention. '
DEPARTMENT OF DELT0AOIEO
Where the body can he Refreshed with
Pun: Candies of alt kinds, Ico Cream of the
richest and purest flavors every day, ex
cept Sun/da), from 11 A. AI to 10 P.M.
The Saloon is neat and private, and ladies
can frei nt home.
Lemonade made with pure Lomon Juice
and Loaf Sugar.
Fresh Charleston Patent Broad every
morning by Express. Also Currant and
Potato Hrcad. and various other articles
too numerous to mention. Call and poo for
vourselv.-s. T. C. IIUBBELL,
may 19?6ro Russell Stre*)e
TBE RESTLESS & SLEEPLESS
Watchmaker and Jeweller
Orangebtirg, g. c.
Prices will tell I Facts are stubborn th'*
Where can I get tlio goods I want?
Where can J get the Latest Styles?
Where can 1 got the goods that gi\ me
best satisfaction and at the Lowest I'rio. .'
These tire questions that interest etery
buinescman- Answer: At
At Jos. Eros' Store.
n. SP AHR,
and dealer ik
Musical Instruments, <fcc.
Fancy Goods, Toys, Fine Spectac
les in gold silver and steel frames.
Just received a lot of ladies and
children's bracelets, plain gold rings
and gold pens. Repairing done well
jgTSF-AU goods warranted as repre
scnted. Prices as low as possiebh
oct8 1830 tf
"D R I^T^s-Thousand* o
x\ V_7 JLJ Lj ?\i JL/graves are annually
robbed of their victims, live? prolonged,
happincrt* und health testored by the use
of the great
which positively and permanently cures
Impotency (caused by cxecase* of any
kind), Seminal Weakness, and all diseases
that follow na a scquenco of self-abuse, as
loss of energy, loss of memory, cniversnl
lassitude, pain the back, dimnemt of vision,
premature old ago, and many other distales
mat lead to insanity or consumption and a
.Send for circulars with testimonials frea
by mail. The Invigorator is sold at $1
per box, or six boxes for $6, by all drug
gist, or will bo font free by mail, securely
sealed, on receipt of price, by addressing
F. J- C II EN EY, Druggist;
187 ?nmit st. Toledo, Ohio.
Snlo Agent for tno United (States,
may 19 ly