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'1?h? Orangeburg Times
?tuknkd Bt Liohtninq.?A tree
w*? struck by ligbtuiug in Mr.
Fowlcs* yard on Sunday, and a color
cd woman standing near was so uov
erely stunned by the shock that she
waa not restored t^ consciousness for
? cveral hours.
Death.?We arc pained to bear of
the death last week from heart dis
ease of Miss Mary Rast, the God
daughter of Mr. Con rod Rast, of St.
Matthews. . Miss Rast was a lovely
character, and cast a sweet influence
in the circle in which she waa known.
She suffered much during her sick
ness, but has gone to her rest, where
suffering ia no more. Our deepest
sympathies are extended to the be
Rally Dkmocuats!?See notice of
* meetibg of your Club at the Engine
Hall to-night for tho purpose of mak
ing nominations for Mayor and Alder
men. Let every Democrat turn out
and put up a good square solid
ticket aiJ elejs it. Don't stay
away from the meeting and then
grumble about the nominations.
Lome out to the man, and let the tick
?t nominated be the clear expression
of the will of the party and then let
adjoin bands and hearts together
and elect it.
Correspondent "W" has given us a
good article in this issue, but he is
rather funny on the editor. He comes
at us for ptiblishiu'g the communica
tion of "Many Tax Payers" last week
If a communication is of public inter
est, properly written, and not person
al, it is the duty of the editor to pub
lish it. He ought ninny8 to be fair,
and never exclude articles merely be
cause he docs not agree with them.
The newspaper ought to be a fair and
faithful rcllex of public opinion. We
often publish articles that are in di
rect opposition to our views. We dont
think "W" mean to be as hard on us
as he seems. We hope he will write
Orangebukg at Asiievillk.?The
Orangeburg <Jlnss Hall Team carried
olf the. first prize in Columbia, as
stated last week, and have also won
no inconsiderable honors in Ashc
ville. On the first day, the second
prize was won by the Orangeb?rg
Team, consisting of I). B. Smoak, A.
31. Izlar, Dr. M. C. Salley, D. J.
Salley and Win. M. Sain, iu a score
of 4L In the first independent,
sweepstakes the first prize was divid-'
cd between D. J. Salley and two.
? others; the weeoud prize was divided!
by N. If. Rull and A. M. Izlar, and
!the third prize was won by Dr. M. G.;
Kallcy On the second day, the Mer
chant' s Hotel purse for the second
prize was won by Orangeburg. The
first independent sweepstakes was
won by Dr. M. G. Salley, Lusk and
McCaricy. In the regular sweep
stakes, the first prize was won by
Smoak, Lusk and Furman; the second
by Sain and Waddell, and the third
by N. H. Bull and McCaricy. In the
second independent sweeptakc? the
first prize was divided by D J. Salley
with two others, and the second was
won by Stuoak. Ou the third day,
in the independent sweepstakes, the
first prize was won by A. M. Izlar. In
the pigeon match the first prize was
divided between Izlar ami two others,
and the second prize was won by N.
Staut lino Suicide.?The sail in
telligence reaehon us that Mr. Char
les A. F, Du fiord, son of the late Rev.,
E. Du fiord, killed himself last Sun
day morning in the woods near his
home in St. Matthews. The circum
stances of t he case, as near as we
could gather, were as follows: On
the morning of the sad deed, the
quiet Sabbath, he was sitting in his
house conversing with the family an
usual. After awhile he got up, and
with the exclamation, "well!" he'
went to his room and walked out
across the field into the woods, the
family suspecting nothing. In a"
short time, a pistol shot.being'heard
in the direction in which he walked,
his mother asked his aunt to go and
see what be was shoot ing about. The
auut first went into his room and
found that his pistol was not in its
usual place. She then crossed the
field with tho little brother of the de
ceaucd, to the piece of woods in which
he had gone, remembering the while
that he lookud back at her in a
strange way when he was goingofT.
The little brother first noticed his
hat lying on the ground, and ex
claimed, "here's Charlie's hat." By
this time the aunt saw his body lying
prostrate on the ground, and, upon
examination, it was found that he
was dead, being shot directly through
the heart, the pistol lying at his side.
A jury of inquest was held and the
verdict was rendered in substance
that the deceased came to hid death
by a pistol shot from his own band.
These are the facts. Whether the
pistol was fired accidentally or in
tentionally, the jury does not say,
and the public is left to judge from
the circumstances. No cause can be
imagined or assigned for his killing
himself. Ho was out the day before
to church, and the evening before his
death, he visited some of Tue friends
in hie usual spirits. The affair has
cast a gloom upon the community,
and our deepest sympathies arc with
the mourning family.
?Dont bo blue
?New cotton is coming in rapidly.
?Trial Justice Raysor in kept bu
?The Charleston Mercury still pegs
?The town political pot is begin
urug to boil.
?Another spell of hot weatlrei has
come upon us.
Mr. D. Louis and wife and Mr.
Scoville nuil wife have gone North.
?We have been blest by exemption
from (ire for a long time.
?How about the Orangeburg Fair
Isn't it time to agitate the subject?
?Everybody who stops in Orange
burg fulls iu love with the place*
?Dr O. A. Darby preached in the
Me hodtst church last Sunday morn
?Change was a scarce article on
last "Saturday. What ha? become of
?At theiprcsont r?te of progress
Oraugeburg will soon.justly claim
tho appellation of "city."
'?F. W. rairy Esqr. has been ap
pointed a Trial justieofotOraugcburg
County by the Governor.
?The ordinance of baptism was
administered at Four Holes church
?Mr. Meroney is putting up a
new buildiugon Russell street near
? Messrs Berry 4r Fairy have bought
a county right for a new double bed
?Sevoral communication's arrived
too late for Ulis tissue, but will receive
att mum in our next. Tuuuks to our
?A gentleman tells us that heha.
counted forty five new buildings thai
have gone in Orangeburg sine
the 1st of January.
?Rev. O. A. Darby and family
moved from Orangeburg on Tuodav
tie carries with hi in the love and es
coin of the whole Community.
?The season for Jim Monroe
.dr. Sinn's stables will commence o.
tile 1st of September, lie is achon.
in i mal.
? A competent whiU. male tcachc
is wanted in Fine Grove Township
Apply to G. .1. Zeigler or R. W. R.
ir Fori Motte.
?Many thanks to T. K. Sasportns
'or a delicious lvess of peaches grow,
mi bis place on Caw Caw, v hieb W
?ichly enjoyed and appreciated.
?One reason why people do no
visit stores that do not advertise i*
iccause they do not wish to disturb
he boy who is reading a uovel behiuu
?A party of the be a y and chival
ry of Orange burg took train onTues
day night-for .Mr. Chisolm's where a
deiightful social evening Was enjoy
?Look out for the chan ge of ad
vertisement of M r. Jo-icph Eros next
week. Tae ice creain ma on is over
and he now has oilier things to tell
the pcopie about.
?There are eight tickets in the
field in Abbeville for municipal hon
ors, and seven different candidates
for May tin How many in Orange
?Messrs Bull dc Scoville are put
.ingupa neat brick office in the reu
of their store, which we understam
is be occupied by the law firm of D>
i reville w Glover.
?Wc have been favored with ?
:icat copy of the transactions of tin
.State Medical Association at Neu
:?erry. The next meeting is to tnk
plane at Spartanburg on the fourti.
Tuesday in April 1882.
?M r. DeChiviette desires us to sa
that all watches, clocks, and jeweln
left with him for repairs for over a
year, if not previous! j called for, by
the owner, will be sold on the 1st ol
?We hear throughout the County
that cotton is opening very fast. Fo<
ler stripping will soon be over. I>
is still very dry. Teas are sufferinc
and turnips are uot generally plantt d
?The exercises of the .Young Men'
Christian Association-last week were
interesting. It was tobe regretted
that the meeting on .-uuday night
conducted by Mr. Kenedy, General
State Secretary, was somewhat inter
rupted and shortened by the threat
?Ladies, If yon arc suffering from
weak back, nervousness, leucorrhoac
or in fact any disease of the kidneys
bladder or urinary organs, I'rofGuii
mettes French Kidney will cure you.
For sale by all druggists.
?Our farmers hi ar upunder the pros
pects with remarkable fortitude.
Most of thorn seem cheerful and look
ou the bright side. . After all the
times might be brighter than we ex
?We hope that Congressman Dib
ble and Senator Brown of Georgia
will knock their heads together and
secure National aid for education
in the South. Mr. D'bblc is always
interested ou thia important subject.
?See change of advertisement of T
C Hubbeli Esqr. in this issue. Ho is
now under the Engine Hal', and is
fixing himself up nicely for the open
ing trade. Give him a call.
?Rev. Luther Probst and lad}' are
spending some time with their father
Rev. Probst, of St Matthews. Rev
Luther Probst is the esteemed pas
tor of the WentworthSticet Lutheran
Church of Charleston auo1 will preach
at St Matthews on Sunday*. We be
speak for him a full congregation.
School.?The exercises of Miss
Annie A. Albergotti's School will be
resumed on Monday, September 5th,
Harder Shop.?Read Coleman
Beattic's advertisement in this issue,
and go around to his well equipped
Harber Shop and get a clean shave,
and be refreshed* He will give you a
regular good old Democratic shave
and send you home feeling happy.
He has now with him a first class
barber from Columbia.
Getting Better.*?Young Laury
Moseloy, a son of Hon. J. \Y\ Mose
ley, has been seriously ill. He
has hail a couple of painful operations
performed upon him by Dr. Sallev.
which we understand has given great
relief, and we are encouraged to hope
that he is getting better.
C'?ttORT at Last.?For some time
past some unknown persons annoyed
the passing train just below Orauge
burg by* throwing rocks at the cars.
A detective was put on watch,-and we
are glad to hear that the guilty par
ties nave becli caught and arrested.
This is an amusement that should be
A NnW Store.?We take pleasure
in referring our renders to the new
advertisement of B H.Owen <fc Co.,
who have just opened a new and live
business in general merchandise be
tween Mr. Albergotti's Bakery and
the Marble Yard. Mr. Owen is a
thorough businessman, from the well
known house of D. Louis, and all who
patronize him will be pleased and
satisfied. Ri*ad his advertisement
and then go around and give him a
trial, and we warrant you will never
A Prospecting Party.?Majors
Goodwyn, Maulding, Tobten, i.nd
friend McSweeney, of the Hampton
(inardian, representing capitalists of
Hampton County, visited the Cornel
sou Factory on last Thursday to ex
amineits capacity and workings with
the view of starting one iu their own
County. They were showu around
by Capt G. W. Brunson of the Cor
nelsou house and seemed well pleas*
ed with what they witnessed. We
hope that the result of this visit will
be the establishment of a factory in
young Hampton County. We regret
very much that we were absent from
town and did not have the pleasure
of a hand shake with friend Ale. who
is is oue of the most jovial and pro
gressive men, as well as one of the
best newspaper publishers in the
Rev. W. G. Mack.
The community will be pained by
the intelligence of the sudden death
ou laut Saturday of Rev. W. G.
Mack, of heart disease. He had been
in declining health for a number of
years, but his demise at this time,
and so suddenly, was far from being
expected. Ou Wedueaday he was in
Orangeburg, and we saw him jump
from his carriage and move about tlfe
streets and attend to business in
comparative health and elasticity
for a gentleman of his age. We are
also informed that he attended to the
routine of his plantation a Hairs on
Saturday, the day of his death, and
was struck down while calmly and
pleasantly conversing with s friend
on his piazza. Mr. Mack was a use
ful man in his community, and his
loss will be deeply felt. He was a
faithful minister of the Baptist
Church, and held mauy important
posts, being a number of years
Moderator of the Orangeburg Asso
ciation. His funeral took place at
Bull Swamp Church on Sunday
morning, Revs. Durham and Lamp
ley performing the services.
Another messenger of peace has
passed away, but to those who mourn
Ins departure, he has left a legacy in
his exemplary life, which is more
precious than the wealth of untold
mines, or all the diadems of earth
ly potentates. A good mini has in
deed left us.
Igive notice to all my customers
and citizens generally that I have
employed a first class b iitfi?ti from
colcmdia and made other improve
ments in my shaving saloon. Please
call and give us a trial, NEXT
DOOR TO TIME'S OFFICE.
COLEMAN BE ATI E.
Ifcq Uug26 ly
In rear of T. KOHN'S Store.
Entrance through the Store
Work neatly and promptly done.
OKANGEBURG, S. C.
a MEETING OF THE COURT HOUSE
J\ DEMOCRATIC CLUB ja hereby call
ed for Thursday Evening, August 25th,
1881, at 8 o'clock, at Enyinc hull, for the
kurpuse, (if the meeting do determine,) of
ftominating candidates for Mayor an I four
Aldermen, lor the Town of Orangeburg, to
ft voted for at an Election to b? held
September 13, 133 1. Only members of the
Club who are qualilhd to vote at said
Town Election, will be allowed to partici
pate in the nominations Members will
tuko duo notice and govern themselves
Hv order of the President.
L. IL WANNAM?KEIL Secretary,
August '20,1881. -
Engine. House, Next to Uncle Joe,
T C. HUB BELL,
N i 'vvp I Vpartmont.
All lllus:rA.ed Papers and ?unday Maga
zinen, Sen Side Library, ?fco., fruui which
the minds of the Old as Svell as tlio Young
can be improved.
All orders for Rooks Papers, &c, entrust
ed 'o tue wi'l receive prompt attention.
DEPARTMENT OF DELIUACIES
Furo Candiesnf everv viwieiv;
Northern Vpples, Lemons it
V KC ET A1ILE I) E!- \ Iff M BN.T
Northern ? C ibbagci, I rich I\>:n.tocs.,
UltEAl.) DEi'AHT.M EN V
Prcsh Charleston Patent Ib'flad evbry
morning by Express. Also Currant and
1 very bixu-y of the Market will ? c
T. C. IHT'.HKLL,
may IP?6m l*?UMeli Street
Attorney and Couii sciier t LeiW
O KA N( i P. i i i; I t; 1, S. Oi
OKiee corner id' ('onit. House Sqnari
aud (.'hitrcii Street, the ?ante
! fonncrly owned hud oc
cupied by Win, Ni.
11 Hi;SOU, K- l.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYrVIEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Liobs of n.ppotite.Nauaoa,bowela ooatlve,
lTftin In tneHe~?Q,w:ith ? dull souaation En
tjio back pari, Paiu undor tho nhouldor
plade, fullness nft-6reuling, with alliain
nTlnnjfjjffljfc*" ?xortlon of body or mind.
leoteTf ?ome_d tyj wehrinuaa, IJizaineBJB,
IHutU "dngjaf"' rlo t|e?rt."D?ta bo'foro tho
oyos^ .'ellbvy i fkfn, Yl eadaoho", Hoatleaa
neva i fnTgh' ."highly colored UrhTe.
rPTHJ3E"W 1RHINQ8 ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISI ASES WltL SOON OE DEVE10PED.
TUTTS PILLS in'? eapoclally adopted to
auchoascH.ouo dune olTactH suclinchungo
of feeling as to aatouiah tho auITeror.
They lner?iup ??-?? AppOtlt*. nud cauAO tho
body to Tulte on Fle?t>. thus the aystem U
nourlihrd.and by tlielrYonlo Acilonon Uio
DUreetl w Oi-iri&u*. RtSfUlw *?tools uro pro?
ducgd. l'rti t: g Centn. US Murmy St.. W.Tt
On.iv HAirtor WniPKKits changed to a OLossy
Black by a single application of this Dve. It
1-upartB a nnlurul color, act.i Instantaneously.
Sold tiyDriigyiMn.or sent by cxpiia? ou reovipl of 01.
Office, 35 Wlurray St., New York?
<Dr. TtTTS JliSf.AL of V?lu?IiU Inrnrtadlon ml V\
Cicful Ue*tl|>t? ?rtb b* uudlrd FBEZ on uppllcktloa.^
I'i.u tu^, Omnibus. Ac.
EA VI Ni! bou?bl mil tho oiiifit of
llor.'Cs, V> tigiiu and t'nuiitiiH, from
Mr. *V, M. Main, together with die good
will oi in-, I am pii-p-rtd io haul every
kind nt" freight with dispiifch. ^lerclinntH
enirusiiiig iln ir biisiut-s to hie will ^e h'.ilh
fully served. I'as^ungi rs for iliu trams
can be served any hour day'or night. Spc
cial coniructM iuadb lor large bibs of haul
O ilcrs l?-r wagon <>r OmuibtiH may be
Icit at sierea of ?'i. J. <r. Wannamakor,
I>r ^i. A. Kecves and Express t?laV?%
Aug. 11 J.t.5. POSTKLL.
Corncted every week by Ale.?.^rs. Uci^L
FltipAY, .June 1G, 1881.
COT 1 ON
New Corn .
pea*. 1 50
I'odder, per 100 lbs.1 60
fdtalarla I? ma Unsoon Vaporous
Poison, spreading dlnease and death In many
localities, for which ?jnini e is no genuine an
tltode, but lor tho cftects of which lloitelter's
Stomach Bitlera is not only a thorough ixme
dv, but .i reliable preventatlva. To this fact
there ih an ovorwhelmlug array of testimony,
eulending ovor a period of thirty years; All
disorder* of the liver, ?tomarti and bowols
bio uUo conquered by the flitters.
For sale oy all nruRyi^ts and Dealers
NEW CASH STORE
B. B.Owen &Co.
! just opened between Alb^rgoUis B-tkery and th? Slarblo Yard?
With a full and Fresh Selection
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE FURNITCRE
GENERAL MERCHANDISE &c. &c\ .
IKsL-Call ?ad examine our stock and give us a trial. You can Rave money
by dealing''with us.'^fl"
nug 25 81 lv
''up ^rlative in its
S t a u <i s aek ubwledged
Or-siig-uiMirg? Sk 4.'.
net 1 lcSO lV
Of Sjwiag Machines.
It has the Finest Fished Wood
Work, and is the
Machiuc la the Market.
It? Shuttle is Self-threading,
It-. Needle is Self setting.
Its Rob bins can be filled without
removing work or attachments.
So simply constructed and Light*
Running, that a child can use it.
Warren ted for five years.
THE UND.E' SIGNED
OllV'rs to Iris friends ?nd (Iko
public. :il the ?Iure recent y occupied
A full ri'ock of (ioneral
A call solicited und satufaction guaran
TTOT*> A CCO
Will be mailt! u specialty.
V7. Bv THOMPSON.
jntic 13SU ly
'KKill 8 C H 0 8 L.
THE 10th ANNUAL SESSION
of this School will com liftnee on the
SEPTEMBER 188 1.
Hoys arc prepared for College
or Business, and young ladies giveu
n finish n> course.
Renewed ellorts will be made lo
make tb it* School even more accepta
ble and ellieicnt,, 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 Fu-n?h are
imuiHliip and d?? ICtllics ?I
I-i Utdnojss receive special attention.
The aim of the Principal is the
HeAiit us well as.the Mind of the
pupil in the cultivation of correct and
i nnobling moral principles.
terms per month :
Primary und In tcrmediate.?..?.$2.00.
Latin, Greek, French and Book
Keeping, each, extra, 50 cts.
Liberal deductions made where
more than oue pupil attends from a
Board can be obtained at from 10
to 12 dollars per month*
For further particulars apply to,
STILES R. .MELLICHAMP,
Orangeburg, S. C, Aug. 1, 1881.
r ti t Ii Carolina Holl Ivoad
CHANCE O.V SCHKDULt.
On and after May 15th, ISiJI, P:iP*engelf
Trains on this Knnd will' run as follows I
(till fui thi.r no! ice.)
Greenville Express Train.
OOIKG EAST (DAILY EXCEPT SUN DAT. 1
Leave Columbia at.G 00 l' il
Arrive at Cumden at.8 4r? "
Leave OWrigcbu'rg.7 57 "
Arrivv at Charleston.It) 45 "
GOING WEST (DAILY EXCEPT St'NU
Leave Charleston at.6 00 A Nt
Leave Urnngoburg at. 8 43 *
Leave Cauiden at. 6 -15
Arrive at Columbia at.......-...10 35 "
Way Freight and Passenger Traits? Dully
* Leave'Cubnnbia. G 30 A M
Arrive at Caindeu.12 40 P M
Leave Orahgclmrg.10 18 V M
Arrive at .4ugii*tn. 3 20 P M
? hsirlestoh.mi*.? HI Pit
O?IS? WEST (DAILY EXCEPT BCNDAfi)
* Leave Charleston. I? 05 A >t
Augusta. 7 55 *
" Or?ngebnrg. 1 20 P M
Arrive at Columbia...v..*. 5 30 "
* Passengers leaving Columbia or ?'har
leston on these trauis nay?J tr. change ram
irt LruncbviUc to reach Charleston at 1 &?
\. in oi Columbia at fi 30 p m.
Night Express Trains-Daily.
Leave Columbia.0 00 p
?? Oran-.-cbiirg.12 31 A M
Arrive at Align tu. 7 25
Charleston.- ti 3o "
UOINX1 WE T, DALY I
Leave Charleston. B 10 P
Augusta. 7 ?? 4*
' Oriingtfburg. 1 52 A M
Arrive at C'ohuubia. 5 30 "
tin Columbia Division Night Express
Trains run daily; all Other trains daily ex
Un Anyiir-ta Division all Passenger Trains
Sleeping Cars are attached to Night Ex
piesa Trains?berths only $1.50?between
Columbia. Charleston and Augusta. On
Saturdays and Sundays, round trip tickets
care sold to and from all stations at on
fiiBl-cjass tare for the round trip, good till
Monday noon to return. Excursion tick
ets good for ten days arc regularly on sale
at M.x cents per mho for round trip to and
troin all stations. Connections made at
Columbia with Greenville and Columbia
und Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Rail?
roads at Charlotte iluuctun by train arrlv*
inj at Columbia at 10.35 A; M,? nnd Icav*
big Columbia at 0.00 1?. M. to and fiom all
points on both roads. At Charleston with
steamers for New York on Wednesdays and
Saturdays; alsu with steamers for Jackson
vile, r'.a., and points .on St. John RiVcf
and with Savannah and Charleston Kall
roud to a 1 points South.
Connections are made at Augusta with
Georgin Unit road and Central ttailro.vd to
and from ail points West and South.
Through tickets can be purchased to nil
points oontli and West, bv applving to
L>. C ALLEN, G *P & T A.
JOHN D 1'El.K. General Supt.
J G. POS FULL, Agtt, Orangnburg, S. 0i
THE RESTLESS & SLEEPLESS
Watchmaker and Jeweliw
UriuiReburg* 8. C.
Prices will tell I Facts are stubborn thf
Where can I get the goods I want?
Where can 1 get the..L:ttest Style??
Whore can 1 get the goods that gi\ tn?
best patisfaction and at the Lowest Prio. .
'iheso an? questions that interest cw-.-y
btidhcso man Answer: At
T. l'l-AJHlAY ETTE,
At Jos. Eros' Stom