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The Orangeburg Times
Notice.?Callers at the School Com
rnissioners o?lce will note that they
can't be attended to, after Sept. 1st,
outside of the regular oflice days, Fri
t'ays, Saturdays and Salesdays.
Accident.?Mrs. Louisa Smith, one
of the operatives at the Coruelson Fac
tory, had her fingers rather painfully
but not seriously mashed in the roll
ers yesterday morning. The engin
eer, attracted by her screams, stop
ped the machinery.
A Villaiuous Act.?Last week a
mule of Mr. John IL Livingston's was
brought home to him by the driver
with a terrible gash in the side from
the effects ot which it fell dead in ai
few minutes. Some villain did the
deed, but who it was, it seems hard
to find out.
Pay Ui?.?Call on Mr Kirk Robin
son, or on the editor, and pay up for
the Times out of the first bale of cot
ton when you come in town. It is on
ly $1 to you, but $1000 to us either
made or lost. We have served you
faithfully. Come up now and gladden
School.?The exereiyes of Miss
R. S. Albcrgotti's School will be re
sumed on Monday, September 5th,
at the Residence of Capt. T. A.
Jeffords, Russell Street. For terms
etc., apply as above. *
Soiree.?Miss Thompson proposes
to give another of her delightful soi
rees on Friday eveuing at the Fair
Building. During the evening the
German will be introduced in which
some of the beautiful figures of this
fashionable dance will be displayed.
The attendance promises to be large,
and much enjoyment is anticipated
by the young folks.
Getting Better.?Young Laury
Mosclny, a sou of lion. J. \V. Mose
ley, has been seriously ill. He
has had a couple of painful operations
performed lipon hini by Dr. Salle.y,
which we understand has given great
relief, and we are encouraged to hope
that he is getting better.
Insurance and Collecting Agent.
?Mr. Kirk Robinson, Insurance and
Collecting Agent, will come out with
his new advertisement next week.
His insurance business is rapidly in
creasing in consequence of his promp
ncss and fidelity in business. The
cheapest rates with perfect security
may be obtained with him. Our ad
vice is, keep your policies with home
Destructive Fire.?We regret to
bear of the total destruction of the
gin, gin house, engine, mill . nd other
buildings of Mr. H L. Taylor last
week. The fire was entirely acciden
tal, resulting fruhi the catching of a
nia*ch in the lint room in the broad
light of day. Mr. Taylor had a new
engine and was doing a lively busi
ncss. The loss will probably reach
four or five thousand dollars, and
there was no insurance. Mr. Taylor
we understand, is manfully at work
preparing to rebuild.
Encounter.?Our town was thrown
into somewhat of a state of excitement
on Saturday morning by an encoun
ter on our streets in which one of the
parties engaged received quite a se
vere gash from a pocket knife in the
bands of the other. Bystanders then
interfered and prevented a ccntinu
nncc of the difficulty. The two par
ties were friends, and we are glad to
hear that the matter has been amica
Too Thin.?We hear that a story
is being circulated for political effect
that the ticket nominated last week
by the Democratic club is a '?tempei
ancc" ticket. This is entirely too
thin and won't go down. There is
not a member of the temperance so
ciety on it, while there is an old and
active member of the temperance so
ciety, if we are correctly informed on
the opposition ticket. Theie is no
a man on the regular Democratic
ticket who will interfere with the li
quor laws. It is all a rouge to decoy
Mellich ami's School.?Parents
and guardians will take notice thnt
Monday (salesday) is the eommenc
mcnt day of this school and it is very
important that every pupii should be
present on the first day. The school
will assemble on Monday morning in
the old school house, and move over
to the new one, which is now in pro
cess of erection, as soon as it is finish
cd, which we hope will be within a
few weeks. The new school house
will be a comfortable two story build
ing, 10 x 25, plcasautly and conveni
ently located in the grove on Amelia
Street in the rear of the Methodist
Parsonage. Having been subject to
frequent moves during the past ten
years we hope here to make the school
a fixture, and a permanent institu
tion in Orangeburg.
?Married people would be liappi
r if husbands were as thoughtful of
etheir wives as they wore for their
sweethearts, and bring them some
timcB a package of Jos Eros' confec
tionery, or delicacies of some sort. *
?Deer hunting time will commence
?Our Lutheran friends are repair
ing their church in town.
?We have had a few delightful
?All the water mills and gins iu the
county can now start to work again.
?Mr. Pike's furniture store is fill
ed with line new furniture.
?See card of Mr. Kirk Robinson
in another column.
?Business is commencing to boom
?Major Whaley has moved into
his new office.
?Sheriff Salley has gone to Colum
bia to attend a Sheriff's Convention.
What's up now?
?Brick has been hauled to com
plete the new drain from Louis' to
?Mr Mosely and Mr. E: R Slater
have each received a uew lot of hors
?There have been less Shcrifi Sales
this year than usual, and in spite of
the times ahead lands are enhancing
in value in Orangeburg.
?The Presbyterian Parsonage on
Glover street is hearing completion,
and will be a neat dwelling.
?Rev. W. R. Richardson, the pas
tor of the Methodist church, has
moved to the parsonage.
?Mr. Shull is about to move from
Doyle's corner to the MeM aster
?Mr. Gus Meyer has taken the
place of Mr. J. C. Albcrgotti at Mr. C
?We hear of considerable damage
from the blowing down of fences and
trees throughout the country by the
?Boys and girls, pack up your
satchels. On Monday your school
days commence again.
?The storm blew down a portion
of Mr. E. Hughes' mill house in the
Fork breaking bis saw aud doingoth
er ?lam age.
?It has been brought to our at
tention that the footway over the Ed
ist.o causeway into town is in a bad
condition and heeds repairs. Let
the County Coin hi issiou crs see to it.
?Messrs Brunson & Dibble are bu
stlyat work ou their new store prcpar
ing to receive their goods. Success
? Among the merchants who have
returned from their northern trip, we
not ice, Messrs tJ. 11. Cornclson, E F.
Gary, J. C. Pike, J. M. Brunson.
?The people of Orangeburg Coun
ty ought tc lake more prhL; in hav
ing better school bouses. Mo.^t of
them are a disgrace.
?A teacher was sent to the Tca'.dj
crs Institute in Greenville at the pub
lie expense from almost every school
district in Darlington Count}'.
?Mary Sharps College the Female
University of the South in Tennis-ce
a Baptist Institution has recently
granted free tuition to the daughters
of ail the preachers of the denomina
?Mr. J. R. Mack's school opens
in Lewisville on Monday next. We
hope the people of the town will give
a liberal support to their own school.
?We hear that a ticket has been
gotten up in opposition to the regu
lar Democratic ticket with a temper
ance man on'it.
?The Times desires to return
thanks to Marion Jackson, the oblig
ing and courteous butcher, for some
?The work before our next Legis
lature is far greater and more respon
siblethan that of any other session
we can remember.
?The Misses White of Charleston
are on a visit to our "burg," being
guests at the home of Air. P. Doyle.
?The last excursion to the moun
tains for the Summer on the South
Carolina Railroad went up on Tues
?Through the courtesy of Mr. A.
C. Weldon, our accommodating tele
graph Agent, dispatches as to the con
dition of the President have been fur
dished our citizens twice a day.
?Mr. Kelley has started a beef
market in our town and is enden vor
ing to supply the wants of our peo
?We hope the card of Mr. J. S.
Albcrgotti in anot her column wil
put a tpiietnson the temperance bug
?T. C. Albcrgotti, Geo. S. Sbircr,
and F. S. DeTreville are appointed
the Board of Managers at the coming
town election. See notice of Regis
?Theodore Kolin is now in New
York laying in his splend'd stock of
Fall goods, and they are now arriv
ing every day. Ladies and gentle
men will do well to call and examine
them as they will be sure to be pleas
ed. His and will appear next week.
?The expression of a young ladies
face, who had just received a box of
Jos Eros' pure candies, is said to have
tmch resembled Eve's, when she first
entered the Garden of Eden. *
?Friend T. L. Wannamaker has
been quite sick, but wc arc glad to
hear that be is better again.
? Strauss. a> Co. give notice that
they will have no more rice for ex
change till further notice is given. *
?Mr. A. P. Avinger is doing a thri
ving business in general merchandise
at Vance's Ferry. He deserves the
patronage of bis community.
?Prof. Guilmctte's name is a house
hold word in France, aud so it should
be, for he is the inventor of the French
kidney Pad, which has performed
such wonderful cures in diseases of
?VanTassell's store around the
corner on Broughton street is fillet!
with everything in the liue of family
groceries, liquors Ac to meet the de
mands of the town. His goods are
always fresh and moving. Buy from
him and you will be pleased both with
the price and quality of everything
?Mr. A. M. Tzbir of OrnnsrebUrar
is moving to Lewisyille to dp busi
ness. We are sorry to lose biiii, but
we wish him success in his new home
He opens there a lull and complete
stuck of groceries, w ines Arc and we
commend him to the citizens of our
?"Wc understand that Mr*. Dr.
Vogt has chgncred ihc bbij^o on Tins
sei street recently oe'-"p' * by Cnbt.
Ffnyne Wann - ?..? ' er \\ ?? 'i ?? -.hrp?sc
bfeducntin?- :'p ' :ldsr wn'.We
welcome her to our jjri wins cit; .
?We hove ben 1 :,%V.'y favored
this werk * In fact f r ?wwr? t;by?
past by (??> ??("??P'! ? ? - . rc,i;r'n
glad to ' ' " \h"' : i ;n '??
issue the* >?? s .*?? it' i < uifc - b?"r;
-W n ?>!?/-> ;rt ?? ? '<> *-'',0''i'ia Mr. if. C :
Pike i?? back rgwoll -n si*ire of
his FieknT? whi'o Norl b Ho vc'tort'n
a vei v f;'oom v *?:ite if f?-pl ?; ovov
whc'e coiiverjuer' ? o!* !br> terrible
d"'Oi"/V. He s*nw rr,hoi \ -?r e' ??<??? linv
wh( on ItHb ihm b>>?-.v -m Oitu<t
bir.c: and Fort Motte. Thi? indie'd^s
that Mio diptych is rrmepd. and tha*
th" not look for the future is anything
A C A TJI)
Having r< cu Mr. J. W. Zimmerninn.
travelling agent, to whom 1 had re
ference' in my card published in this
pnper on the 18th of A.U?ru?*t; T woidd
statc? t bat be has denied anv ihtoni
tion on his part of misrepresenting
me as an insurance agon*.
Kikk IJouinson. Ins. Agt.
A GA BD.
With the hope of defeating lb"
Regular Ticket nominated las?
Tbusdav night, sonic one has eireii
lateil the ronort that T am in favor ot'
lociil Prohibition. This I pronounce
fiihr. My opinion is that 1 rohil.i
tion, to bo of an v benefit, must come
from the National or State govern
?T. S. A I.HKIJOOTTl.
Aug. 31st 1381.
Dkmoc aticj Mkktincs. ? On last
Thursday evening, the Democrats of
the town assembled in large mini
hers at the Engine Hall in Obedience
to the call of the President of the
town Club for the purpose of no mi
nating a municipal ticket, if so
deemed advisable, at the approaching
election ordered for September 13th.
The meeting lias called to order by
President Hydrick, and Secretary I..
H. Wannamaker then read the call.
Mr. J. L. Sims then moved that a
straightout Democratic ticket be
nominated by the Club, which resold
tion was unanimously carried.
Gen. Izlar then arose, and in a
speech commending the present
Town Council, and especially the zeal
and energy of the acting Mayor in
improving the town, nominated Mr,
J. S. Albergotti as the most, suitable
and acceptable candidate for the
position. This nomination was re
ceivedwith applause and upon tin
vote being taken Mr. Albergotti was
unanimously nominated as the stand
ard bearer of the Democratic party bl
the town. Mr. Albergotti then arose
and in a neat and well timed speech
thanked the Club for the evidence of
their confidence, ami promised, ii
elected, to do all he could for t be pros
perity and welfare of Orangeburg.
This speech was well received, ami
loudly applauded. The contest then
came for Aldermen. A very large
number of nominations were made
and the voting became very spirited.
After several ballots, the foil..wing
gentlemen having received tt majority
of all the votes east, were declared
the Democratic nominees for Alder
men at the approaching election: B.
Frank Slater, Geo. W. Brun son, D.
Fj. Smoak and Theodore Kohn. The
object for which the meeting was
called being thus accomplished the
members of the Club quietly return
ed to their homes. The gathering
was one of the most harmonious that
wc have ever witnessed In Orauge
burg. There was not a dissenting
voice. Tbc ticket is now in our hands.
Let us determine that* we will elect
j it on the 13th of September over all
TkcStiitoor South Carolina.
11Y BKNJ. p. IZIiAB, PROBATE JUDGE.
"I?7HEREA8, William B. Mack bath
TT made mi it to mc, togrant him Let
ters of Administration of the EHtato and
efieots of William G. Muck deceased.
Those are therefore to cite ami admon
ish ajl and singular the kindred and Credi
tors of the sail I William 0. Mack deceased,
that they he and appear, before me, in the
Court ofProbate, to be held at Orangeburg,
C. II/, on loth September next after pubh
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, why the
eaid Administration should nor be granted.
Given under my Hand, this 30th day of
August, Anno Doui.ni 1881.
llU s j BENJ. P. IZLAR,
Judge of Probate, Orangeburg County.
sep 1 2t
Engine House, Next to Uncle Joe,
T C. 11UBBELL,
All lllustra.ed I'apeisand Sunday Maga
zines, Sea Sidu Library, Jkc;t from which
the minds of tho Old as well as the YoutlfS
can be improved.
All orders for Books Papers, &<:., entrust
ed <<) me will receive prompt attention.
DEPARTMENT OF DELICACIES
Pure Candiesof every variety.
Northern \pphrt, heinous eic.
VK<; KT A ULK DE P A ll'VM ENT
Northern Cabbage, Irish Potatoes.
H? EA1) D EPA KT M ENT
Fresh Charb'stnii Patent Bread every
morning by Express. Also Currant and
Fvery luxury of lb: Market will be
T. C. 11 CUBE IL,
may 19?Gm Russell Street
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Jjoaaof oppQtito.Kaut?aa,bowoIa coativfl,
yain in"tnoHo"a3,with a dull sennation in
tho back part, I'ain under the shojiTder
EIsTdeTrtnine'sa after eating, with a disin
clination to exertion of body or mjnd~
Irritability of Oimjper, Low spfrlta, Losa
?f memory, wi ,fi~a feeling of hnylnn nog
Heteoleome cf ityj weariness. PTiElnosa,
Kutte.Vingof1 fie Heart, Pots before the
oyosT?follow!fkfn. H?ndaoho. BOBtlosa
neaa a; uigb? ,~Highl7 colored Urine.
TTTILZSE W ARNINGS ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISLASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'S FILLS ?rib especially adapted to
? UcH cnacn,uuo dono offoota lUohaahaDfe
of feeling: <*? to astonish ttte sufferer.
They Inrrriue ttio Appetit?, and cause toe
body to Take on Fleab. thus the ayatem ta
nourlUied.aiid by tholrTonlcAcUonou th?
EMiri^U?f ?n:n"o. Regular Stools aropro
duced. Price S cent*. S3 Murray SL* W.T.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Ghat llAiRorWuiSKKits changed toaOtoaaT
Black by a alnglo application of thla dtk. It
l-npart.n a natural color, acta Instantaneously.
Bold by Druggist., or .?ul by expro.a on receipt of Ql.
OtTlee, 38 Murray St., Now York.
?Dr. TVTVS SJASCAL of Talu?kL laCona.tloa *
Ilttlljiilg, Omnibus, Ac.
HAVING bought out the outfit of
Horses, V\ agon and Omnibus, from
Mr. ?V-. M. Sain, together with the good
will of same, I am propUrYd to haul every
kindi>f iVeighl with dixpatch. Merchants
entrusting their biifiine-s to mo will be faith
fully served. I'as.-engers for the trains
can boserved any hour Jay or night. Spe
eial contract^ made for large billo of haul
i> tiers for wagon or Omnibus may be
lejt at stores of ? ?r. J. it. Waunamaker,
I ?r S. A. Peeves ami Express Office.
An?. 11 J.U. POSTKLL.
Corrected every week by Messrs. Bull
FlUHAY, June 16, 1881.
Low Middlings. KiJ^J
PRO VIS IONS
> orn. 7">f7? 80
New Corn .
Fodder, per H'-'U lbs
SJ.ijraci Plnt sisiitanjci \\v Xq ajffB lOjf
?S)U3UI|pi ? > 4 i" pu? 53|t|noJi <aupj>t ' uisur tn
?ita'i|J ??M'H'Pi' ? vf?fiailarXp 'uoiiedjisuoa ')u>?|d
-tuojj.)Ai| 40J Xpauiaj auiajdns ? ajouijaipanj
SJ l|3(l|M '.-iipolll'.l-llsinn; >U33IJ3TI3q S|t|t
iptAV )i lsunsSii in.>->?;.<-> sip i.uioj.i '?Jauid
qaui ioiss4i:>tv>Vs?II MtJav ttuiA )neaSu?uj at(|
U104J pi>DiJ OU %?\ AOUl UJ3VJA9 01(1 ' JU3)J11"
>0isnop,iq io 'an?B puviaAaj qijM Jaqy puv
laior ajja^ji us u?h"iis ^Duosij-,
Attorney and OoiinselL**'^*1'11^
ORAM GE HURCJ, S. C.
Ottiee eoruer of Coart House Square
and Chnrch Street, the sntae
lbnuerly owned and oc
cupied by Wm. M.
NEW CASH STO? E
B. B.0wen &Co.
as just opened between Albergottis Bakery and the Harblo Yard.
With a full and Fresh Selection.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE FURNITURE
GENERAL MERCHANDISE &c, <fec.
SgjuCall and examine our stock and give us a trial. You can uavo money
by dealing with us.'
Qup ^rlative In it ?
Oi'imgclMirg, S. C
Of Sewing Machines.
It has the Fioest Fished Wool
Work, and is the
Machine in the Market.
Its Shuttle is Self-threadiiig,
Its Needle is Self setting,
Its Bobbins can be filled without
removing work or attachments.
So simply constructed and Light
Ruuuiug, that a child can uso it.
Warrented for five years.
4 \flora to lain friends (and Hie
public, at the store recent, y occupied
a full Slock of General
A call solicited Jnd natisfaction guaran
Will be made a apcaiidty.
W. B. THOMPSON.
jurie 1 1880 ly
THE IOtu ANNUAL SESSION
of this Si-hool will commence on the
Boys arc prepared for College
or Business, and young ladies given
a FINISHED COURSE.
Renewed efforts will be madt to
make this 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 Esr.Lisri Branches, be
sides Latin, Greek, and French are
JG?y Book-Iveepint?, Pen
manship and the EthiCS ?f
JJltsiliess receive unecial attention*
The aim of the Principal is the
Heart as well as the Mind of the
pupil in the cultivation of correct and
'. tumbling moral principles.
terms per month:
Primary and Intermediate.$2.00.
Latin, Greek, French and Book
keeping, each,extra, 50 cts.
Liberal deductions made whero
more than one pupil atteuds from a
Board can bo obtained at from 10
to 12 dollars per month.
For further pnrticnbirs apply to,
STILES R. MELLICH AMP,
Orangeburg?S. C, Aug. 4, 1881.
cntli Carolina Rail Road
CHANGE OF SCHFDUL*.
On and after May 15th, 1881, Passenger
Trains on this Road will run M follows,
(till further notice.)
Greenville Exprnii Train.
OOIKO east (DAILY kxckft 1CVOAT.)
Leave Columbia at.... -.6 00PM
Arrive at Camden at.8 4ft 41
Leave Orangeburg.7 67 u
Arrive at Charleston.10 45 u
GOING west (dailt excck l^mbat.)
Leave Charleston at.?. 6 00 A M,
Leave Orangeburg at. 8 43
Leave Camden at.- ? 15 ?*
Arrive at Columbia at.-10 96 "
Way Froij;bt and PassengorTrains?Bally
?Leave'Colurabia. 0 30 A 11
Arrive at Camden......?.12 49 1? if
Leave Orangeburg.-1018 A M
Arrive at Augusta. ?MPM
" Charleston. 1 65 P M
aoiNO west (dailt xxcxrr sujcday.)
* Leave Charleston. 9 OS A If
Augusta. 7 65 "
11 Orangeburg.- 119 P M
Arrive at Columbia........ h 80 ?*
* Passengers leaving Colambia or Char
leston on these trains nave toehango car*
at Branchville to reach Charleston at 1 69
p m or Columbia at 6 SO j> e&.
Might Jgxpresa Trains ?Daily.
Leave Columbia......9 00 ? If
I " Orangeburg.12 61 A M.
Arrive at Augusta. 7 26 "
Charleston.- ? 85 "
[ eowa wut, palt i
Leave Charleston. 8 JO P II
?* Augusta. 7 00 "
f* Orangeburg. 1 rt2 A M
Arrive at Columbia..... 6 80 "
On Columbia Division Night Express
Trains run daily; all other trains daily ex
On Augusta Division all Passenger Traitut
Sleeping Cars are attached to Night Ex
piesa Trains?berths only $1.60? betweea
Columbia, Charleston and Augusta. On
Saturdays and Sundays, round trip tickets
eare sold to and from all stations at on
lirHt-clas.H fare for the round trip, good till
Monday noon to return. Excursion tick
ein good for ten days aro regularly on sale
at six cents per mile for round trip to and
from nil stations. Connections made at
Columbiu with Greenville and Columbia
and Charlotte, Columbia and Augnsta Rail
road* at Charlotte Juuctisn by train arriv
ing at Columbia at 10.36 A. M.. and leav
ing Columbia at 6.00 P. M. to and from all
pointH on both roads. At Charleston with
steamers for New York on Wednesdays an*
Saturdays; also with steamers for Jackson
ville, Fia., and points,on St. John River
aud with Savannah and Charleston Rail
road to all points South. A
Connections nre made a! Augusta with
j Georgia R-ulrond and Central Kail rot d to
and from all points West and South.
Through tickets eau We purchased to all
points South and Weal, by applying to
D. C ALLEN, UP AT A.
JOHN B PECK, General Supt.
J. G. POSTELL, Agt,, Oraugeburg, S. C.
THE RESTLESS & SLEEPLESS
Watohmaker and Jeweller
Orangeburg, S. C.
Prices will tell 1 Facts sro stubborn tbf
Where can I get the goods I wantT
Where can I get tbo Latest Styles 7
Where can 1 get the goods that pit no
best satisfaction and at the Lowest rriov. /
These are questions that interest eveffy
budneso man- Answer: At
At Job. EroV Store