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THE OBANGEBtTKG Tlm?.
c'jjffiJfrGEBURQ, S. C.,.MA? 1, 1873..
Mr. Kirk RobInbon is authorised to
collect and receipt for advertisements and sub
scriptions to the Times.
Baptist Church?Services every Sabbath. (D.
V.,) at U. A. M? and at 7}, .P. M. Dr. I.
D. Durham, Pastor? \y? .
Presbyterian Church*?^Services at 11 A. M.,,
and 4 P. M?Sabbath School at 9J A. M.?
Prayor meeting Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
WeTi'Jt -i>. A. Brown, Evangelist.
. Church of the Redeemer (Episcopal)?Sab
bath School OA. M.
Methodist Church?Services at 11 A. M.
and 7J P. M. Sabbath School at 9 A. M.?
Rey^f'. Auld, Pastor.
.Lutheran Church?Sabbath School at 9 A.
Dr P. A. Dantzler. Superintendent.
Mayor?F. H. W. Briggmann.
Clerk?E. J. Olivcros.
Aldermen?E. J. OHveros, Win. Willcock,
Qec?Boliver, A. Martin.
Orangobnrg Mail Arrangement.
Northern,- Western and Opens. Closes.
Charleston. 10 A.M. 1.46 P. M*
Columbia .. 12,30 P.M. 1P.M.
Ofiico hours from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sundays
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
! DAT train;;. DAY train*.
Down - - - 12.05 P.M.'
Up.2.17 P. M.
Down - - - 11.58 P.M.
Up.2.00 A. M.
Down - - - - 7.50 A. M.
Up - - - - 12.42 A. M.
Down - - - 0.13 P.M
Up.5.31 A. M
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
I From Aptil 24 to May 1.
? M ' H to . M. P. M.
X I 7 I 10
klfonday,. j 62
Tuesday, j 62
Wcdn'y. I 02
12 I 2 I 4 I 6
71 I C4 I 74
(50 I 02 I 02
03 I 04 04
71 I 70 I 70
70 70 6?
70 70 08
Contract advertisers may change
monthly. Every change must bo sent
in on Su turd a vi
$6T" The firm of Messrs. Ed wards &
bakniKn has been dissolved by mutual
consent; Slid hereafter the business will
be co?d*i:e!ed by Col. J. C. Edwards
alone' We learn that the brick-yard is
in fulf blast,' rind v?c may soon hopes to
have a fdllJj?p'pJy of good bricks, which
are so much needed is our growing town.
*?- \Ye learn that Dr.' B: II. Moss,
formerly of Ornngoburg, lately an emi
nent p'rActionor of Nc<v Orleans, is dead.
The deceased was a brother of our es
teemed fellow citizens Messrs; James and
Wiilinm Moss. Ilia death deprives that
community: of an excellent christain, and
a noble friend.
agk. It is our mournful privilege to
record the death of Mrs. M. A. Silley,
mother of the Rev. J. L. Silley, was bus
been called from this scene of labors
to (hat rest, for which her iong life has
beefa a scene of preparation. After a
Very protracted illness, this estimable
lady passed away on Tuesday morning
lastaboutO o'clock.' Her obsequies were
performed at the Methodist Church on
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Bea~ Sec Messrs. T? Kohn & Brothers'
seG?fid spring advertisement! Is any
thing needed in the Dry Goods line ? T.
Kohn & Brothers' is the place to pur
chase everything you need, whether wf
fine or coarse texture. If in need of
shoes, tl?is is the place which makes a
.-specialty of the shoe department! Is
vyour purse light? Thank us for telling
you that, at Kohu's its contents rvill go
farther than you have any idea of. Coll
At'oil20, and get first choice!
?Messrs. j. w. PATRICK & CO.
Are making rapid adviinccs in the
public favor and confidence, and wc con
gratulate them on the stand they arc
taking, as euterprising young merchants.
See'obange of advertjsm->nt to-day, and
yoU will find they are up to tho times,
(as well as in the Times), and intend
keeping' thoro. A very neat awning has
Ijeeu erected by them on the street, which
will ho gratefully patronized this suin-j
mer by many an overheated mortal.
The extreme neatness which pervades;
their Btore, the liberal prices charged and
uniform politeness shown to all customers,
make the store of Messrs. J. W. Patrick
I & Co.', a most inviting place to visit.
? We had the pleasure of seeing sundry
rolla of butter which our friend"1 D'rV tV.
F. Barton brought from his farm. The
color and firmness was all that butter
should be, and tho flavor was equal to
the ehoicet Qoshen.
The members of this Society, who are
iu arrears, are earnestly requested to set
tle up their dues, before the next meeting.
The Society at Orangeburg, is in debt to
the State Association, and it is of great
importance, thut the matter be attended
to at once. Call on the Treasurer, a
Citizens Savings Bank.
ALMOST A FIRE.
On Friday afternoon last/while the
saw of the shingle factory was ripping at
the rate of a thousand an hour, some
sparks communicated with the loose
shavings around, and the fire threatened
to destroy the building. The strenuous
and prompt measures used put a stop to
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RAIN AT LAST!
Alter a mouth of intensely ary weath
er, made more so b}' the constant winds,
we were blessed with a splendid shower
on Monday morning, which was hailed
with delight by hundreds of farmers,
whose crops were suffering. Wo hope
soon to report a good stand of cotton from
all sections of the. country.
FROST, IN APRIL.
A heavy frost fell on Friday night, of
last week, doing considerable injury to
tender vegetables. We happened to be
coming from Charleston on Saturday
morning, and- could see tho damage done
on market farms in the suburbs, particu
larly to the Irish potato crop.
TO Ol li MERCHANTS.
i We b-?g to suggest that,,in order to
allow clerks and other parties, whose
time is not their own, to attend the Tour
nament, the stores be closed, say between
?.he hours of 11 A. M. and 3 P. M. Hol
idays are scarce as hens teeth to the above
mentioucd parties, and surely nothinu
will he lost by those liberal merchants,
who now have the opportunity of grant
ing a little indulgence to their employees.
RAIL ROAD AVENUE GROCERY STORE.
The store of Mr. J. S. Albergotti at the
head of Rail Road Avenue, is admirably
situated, and commands a large trade in
consequence. Jt is convenient to all
living in the Eastern portion of the town,
especially to those across the Rail Road,
who can purchase front Mr. Albergotti
everything obtainable at $*Ffjft8T class
grocer? store. We crill attention to
his new advertisement in to days' issue,
and advise you to give him a trial, which
is all he asks for.
ATTEMPT AT MURDER AND ROBBERY.
Wniio Mr. Graham the operator for
the Western & Union Telegraph Com
pany was returning from his office at the
depot on Monday night to his home, by
the way of tho Kew Street, ho was sud
denly fired upon bj a man, who sprang
out from behind a fence. The ball cut
through his vest passing Out without do
ing injury. Mr. Graham'fortunately was
armed, and returned the fire, which is
supposed to have wounded the villain,
as he ran off, and blood wns found the
next morning whore the attack occurred.
'1 here are strange characters among us,
who had better be looked after. We
have warned the public before, and again
repent that it is the duty of every ono to
have an eye to such as have no visible
raeaufl of support among us.
THE TOURNAMENT TO-DAY.;
Wo confess to a feeling of disappoint
ment that this issue of our paper, which
is published boforc tho display of to-day,
cannot contaiu an account of tho pleas
ures in store for every one fortunnte
enough to witness tho Tournament. It
is too late, even to urge Upon our people
(as we endeavored to do }ast week !?) to
put aside the plow for a single day, and
accompany the youujffblkstotho annual
May-day festival. ' lib will relievo the
monotony of farm' life, and pleasant'
memories of a happy day spent will liri\
gor in their hearts, lightening their cares
during the weary summer months.
We take-it for granted that everybody
and his sweetheart will bo there, bent
upon enjoyment, and certain to obtain it.'
Many a maiden heart will flutter at the
thought of being crowned "Queen of
love ancrbeauty," or (what is next best)
ono of her "Maids of honor."
Orangebur_Pmay well be proud of the
spirit shown by her young men, i? keep
ing up this manly amusement; proving
that our people are still alive, and not
dead, as some will have it; showing to
strangers without the Stato, and croakers
within, that in spite of misrule and cor
ruption in high places, our spirits are
undaunted, and our confidence in the fu
Let our rulers, then, prevaricate to
their hearts content, and misappropriate
until the funds ?ro gone, but we?are
going to the Tournament!
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Carpenters, Pattern Mukcrs, and Cabinet
Will take notice that P. P. Toale,
of Charleston, has on baud and for sale*
White Pine of the finest grade, wholesale
and retail. Also, Walnut, Oak and.
other hard wood.
rflHE Subscriber offers for sale the
I "Well-known, Plantation "McCant's
Villa, situated in Orangeburg County,
filfeen miles due east of the Court House,
on the five notch Road, containing seven
hundred and fifty-seven acres, more or
less, with the privilege of two hundred
acres more, recently conveyed to my son.
The latter place having on it a siuglo
story dwelling, four rooms, one fire-place,
kitchen, stable, barn, etc., and about
twelve or fifteen acres cleared laud.'
On the larger pluce is
FIRE-PLACE in each,
And every other building necessary
on a well-settled plantation; Fencing in
very good condition. For further par
ticulars apply cither to Messrs. Izlar &
Dibble, Orangeburg C. II., S." C, or to
the undersigned at McCant's Villa, Or
aiigcburg County, S. C.
J. C. EDWARDS.
March 6; 1873 3 ' lam9m
FI KM OF S. D. DANTZLER & CO.,
. Men bunt?', Fort Motte, S. C., is this day
dissolved by dissolved by mutual consent. All
the assert of said Finn being retained by S.
?. Duntzler, and all liabilities of the same be
ing ussumed by him.
P. p. DANTZLER,
L. P. RAST.
Fort Motte, S. C., \
April, 12th, 1873. /
IWILL continue the business at the old
stand and trust by strict attention to merit
t;.a pairoiiayy hcjvtofjrc so liberally bestowed
to the late fir im
S. D. DANTZLER.
april 10, 1873 8 _ 3t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Abb PERSONS having demands against the
Estate of 11. O. Hunt, deceased, ami all
persons indebted to said Estate will present the
Bumc and make payment to the undersigned
within three months from this date.
JOHN P. SPIOENER,
February 11 1873.
March 13, 1873 4 3m
ALL persons hnving demands against the
Estate of the late. John Bonnvtt will ren
der an account of them duly attested to, and
those indebted will make payment to the un
JNO. F. BON NETT,
Earch 15, 1873 6 Ira'.
THE HOME SHUTTLE
BEST, Because it is perfect in its work
Because it ban tbe endorsement of so
many ladies who uhc it; because it Ts simple,
and because it can he bo*"7ht complete ot\ table
for only $37,00.
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
Agent for II. S. 8. Machine,
march 6) 1878 ? ? -3 tf
TB OS. W. ALBBR60TTI,
#wo doojss east of
?J. P. HARLEY'S
Russell Street, prangeburg, So. Ca.,
Kan Just Recoived a fresh supply of
Nuts, all sorts,
China "Ware. .
I Arger arid Small Fancy BasKeta,
Pickles, &c, dec.
Also Fresh Bread always on hand, and
suptdied to regular customers every day
nt their doors.
In ray cake department you will find
n I ways on hand and fresh.
Fine Bridal Presents,
esh Pies constantly on hand.
Weddings supplied with all kinds of
cakes and Coirfectionaries at the s1 ortest
July 17, 1872 ly
tOG ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
(FOGAnTIE, STILLMAN A CO.)
OUB NEW CATALOGUE >*?". 141
A Dictionary of Science, comprising Astron
omy, Chemistry, Dynamics, Electricity, Heat,
Hydrodynamics, Hydrostatics, Light, Magnet
ism, Mechanics, Meteorology, Pneumatics,
Bound and Statics; preceded by an Essay on
the History of the Physical Sciences, edited by
G. F. Rod well, F. HZA. S., &c, with numCr-,
oub Illustrations^ $5.
Deschanel'a Natural Philosophy, translated
and edited by Prof. Everett. Part 1st?Me
?chanies, Hydrostatics, and Pneumatics; Illus
trated by 181 Engravings and one colored
Plate, $1 75. Part 2d, with 151 Engravings,
I-cat, $"1 75.
The Treaty^of Washington; its Negotiation,
Execution, and the Discussion relating thereto,
by Caleb eushing, S2.
Education in Japan?A series of Letters ad
dressed by prominent Americans to Arinori
Memoir of a Brother, by Th?nifc Hughes,
author of "Tom Brow's Schooldays," &c., $1 50.
Sermons in Stone, or Scripture con?rmud by
Geology, by Dotnimck McCaunlaud, author of
"Adam and the Adamites," $1 25.
The parting word.* of Adoph Monod to his
Friends and the Church, translated from the
fifth Paris edition. $1 50.
Year Book of Natun and Popular Science
for 1872, cilited by 1'rol jsaOr Draper, S2.
New*Books published by London Religious
Traet Society, and London Sunday-School Un
Nora, the FIowcr-Girl, 40c. Fireside Sto
ries rbr Winter Evenings, 50c Scenes in old
London. 75c. ' Waiting for Sailing Orders, 50c.
Willie Russell's Temptation, 40c. The Orph.
Sisters, 50c Edith Iiinton, or. Twice Blessed,
75c Across the Sea, some Thought* on the
Voyage of Life, $1. Pounceford Hall, a story I
of School Life, $1 50. The city of Nocross,
and iti Famous Physician, by A. L. O. E., 80c.
The Master's Home Calf, bv Rev. E. H.
A New anil cheap edition of Bickerstitfi's
Yesterday, To day and forever, $1 25.
Comfort ve, Comfort ve; or, The Harp
Taken from" the Willows, by Dr. McDufij $1 50
The Everlasting Righteousness; or, How shall
Man be Just with God, by Dr. Bcnar, Si 25
Oliver Cromwell, The Protector; a vindica
tion by D'Aubigne, $1 50.
N. B.?Books will be sent to any part of the
country free of extra charge on rccept of pub
lishers' price. Address
FOG ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 200 King Strei t, Charleston, S. C.
march 27, 1873 0 cwtf.
Prepared Coal Tar.
FOU STEEPING AND PREPARING SEEDS
PICHLS preparation lately introduced to the
A Agricultural world, appear from recent ex
periments to surpass all Unit has ever been at
tempted in that line. It not only contains all
the elements and lit food for the seed in its in
fant state, which enables it to come up strong
and vigorous, Inn positively, claimed that no
rust, Hmut or blight can exist where it is ap
plied, and proving a certain preventive against
the potato rot. It dissolves readily, and forms
a niuf?ugc by which any material eau be made
to adhere to "the seed. Coal Tar being a very
small proportion of this valuable compound to
prevent the ravages of birds and insects, but so
united and prepared as to form a dry powder,
which dissolves readily, one pound producing
one and a half gallons, or llftecn pounds of mu
cilage. On every farm there are to be found in
abundance valuable materials for rolling seed
in before planting, which should never he neg
lected. These are rieh dry black earth and
woop ashes, or lime, and should be mixed in
proportion of one part of wood ashes, or lime,
to four parts of earth. By the aid of tho niu
cilago much of this material can be made to
adhere to each need, which never fails to show
good results. It has been tried on rice, cotton,
wheat, potatoes, peas, com, and all the cereals
with marked eneot, none showing apy Bigns of
rust, blight or fungus where it was applidl.
8say For sale by
? KIRK ROBINSON, Agent.
April 10, 1878 8 tf
AMEETING of the shareholders of this
Association will be held at Engine Hall
at Orangeburg, S. ('., on Saturday, May 10,
1873, at 124 o'clock, P. M., for the purpose of
adopting by-laws, electing officers, and trans
acting Buch business as they may deem neces
Subscribers to the capital stock of the Asso
'ation arc called upon to nay the ('ash Instal
ment of TEN DOLLARS per share, to Kirk
RobhiHon, Esq., Treasurer of the Association,
nt Citizen's Savings Hank, Orangeburg, S. C,
. on t.r before, the lQtb ?!ay of May, '873
Certificates of subscription to the Ottuigeburg
County Fair Fund can be used in payment of
tho said instalment* ?
By order of tho Directors,
S. DIBBLE, Secretary.
I april 23, 1873 1 0 3t
March 1st, 1873, WM. V. IZLAr/
IF you don't believe that GROCERIES can be bought at Charles-*
ton prices, call at
VOSE & IZLAR'S
ALL goods guaranteed as represented. Goods delivered at the houses of Vil
lage customers. .- ?
October 2,1872, 4 1 "oda
LiFE iNSUiUtfCE AGENCY! ii
Injure your life in the
PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Capifal; |500,0??. ,
This is the largest and most prosperous of the Southern companies.
JAS. H. FOWLES Agent, at Citizen's Savings Bank. I
Great reduction in prices of Spring
Goods, bought in the last ten days.
IF you want to get the beat and cheap
est ready-made Spring clothing, go
to :M cKaMARA^S.
IF you want ladies and childrens' shoes
of the best quality and at low prices,
go to MeNAMARAS'
IF you want Ladies dress goods cheap
and stylish, go to
IF you want Gentlemens' Cassimeres.
Cloths, Tweeds, Meltons, Drab' d'ete.
bummer drills and cottonades, etc., all
of the best quality, and the largest stock
in'towa, aud at low prices;, too,* go to
IF you want good Sugar, 8 lbs for $1
go to McNamaras'.
IF you want good Brown Homespun,
one yard wide, at 12J cents, go to'
IF you want to buy cheap' for cash, go
Being thankful for the liberal patron
age bestowed on me in ths past, I res
pectfully solicit a continuance of the
same. ? J. McNamara.
Appril 23, 1873 10 ly
THE firm of STROB^L, ALDRICH & CO.,
proprietors of "Edisto Stave and Shingle
Factory," in this day dissolved by mutual con
JOHN F. STROBEL,
ROBT. II. ALDRICH.
M. A. BLAND."
Orangeburg, S. C. April 22, 1873.
The undersigned will carry on the stave and
Shingle business, at Orangeb?rg, S. O, at the
Factory on North Edisto River, under the firm
name of Aldrich & Co.
ROBT. H. ALDRICH,
M. A. BLAND,
april 22. 1873 10 tf
Smith;*] lung preserver is
? Sure aud fittoctunl cure fqf all
diseases of the Throat and Lungs such as
Consumption, Asthma, &o.
Send for Circulars to
WM. A. SMITH,
Concord, N. C.
For sale bv
?r. e. j. OLIVEROS,
Orartgeburg, S. C.
March 13,1873 4 tf
DR. II. BAER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
bit UG GIST,
131 Meeting Street, Charleston, So. Ca.
DR. BAER keeps a complete assortment of
everything that belongs to hip brnnch of
business ;*and makes a specialty of Trusses, Ab
dominal Supporters, Elastic Stockings, Shoulder
Braces, for ladies or gentlemen Also Mag^ I
nctn-Elcctric Batteries, Homoeopathic Mcdi- j
eine?; and Medicine Chests for Physicians or
He is proprietor of numerous valuable reme
dies, and agent for many more. He cordially
invites orders from his couutry friends.
april 16, 1873 8 6m
. yiMMON'S HEPATIC COMPOUND,
Or Ljvor Cure, is manufactured by E. L
KINO & SON, Columbia, S. C
Dr. E. J. OmvEnos, Agent, Orangoburg, So.
April 2, 1873 7 4t
All Rafts of Timber, passing down the
Edi?to River v.''!!_ pleas-' stop ono rail?
below Parker's Forry, on the right, aud
receive Shingles as freight. For which
provisions or cash will bo paid.
apr 10 1m
Rev. Jas. Douglas, A. B.,_
Prof. W. 6. Dudley, M. D.
Prof. J. D. 7-1 idler, in ccarge Mo&ical Depart- '?
?n?nt . ..... .vT. . ?tft*
Collegiate* *car, 1879. 
j - r'
1st Sesaiou, from Feb. 3, to June 21st.
2d Session from June 20 to Nov. 25tb.
Tuition and Board, (ftcl and lights included
$100 per Session.
Ycrkvillc, S. C, Jan 27, 1873-49-ly
DOYLE & ENGLISH
MADE up their-mind to keep up their stock ?
OF the choicest groceries. Also, a full supply
of Wines, Ales, Porter and Liquors generally.
Examine our stock of
At the lowest prices. ? .
Feb. 20, 1873
SIGN OF THE
CLOCKS and WATCHES;
LANDBETH'S GARDE?T SEED.
8?r Watches and Jewelry repaired. ?
March 13, 1873 4 tf
SASHES AND BLINDS,
Mouldings. Brackets, Stair Fixtures, muld*
ers' Furnishing Hardware, Drain Pipe, Floor
Tiles, Wiic Guards, Terra Cotta Ware, Marble
and Slate Mantle Pieces.
Window Glass a Specialty.
SOT White-Pine Lumber for Sale. ^gB/g
Circulars and Price Lists sent free on applica
tion, by P.P. TO ALE.
No. 29 fliiyne and 33 Pinckney street,
oct 1-ly Charleston, S. C.
JOHN S. FAIRLY & CO.,
\vii0i.esaxe dealers in
Notions, millinery, Hosiery and
No. 37 HAYNE STREET,
Charleston, 8. C,
Solicit the custom of the merchants of Orange
burg, feeling confident that they can offer in- ,
ducemcnts to purchasers equal to those ofieied
by any* house in our line in this country. Ouyij
Stock is always largo and is replenished wiffi?'
fresh goods of the latest styles by every steamer
from the North. Our terms are liberal to re?
sponsible houses, and we guarantee satisfaction
to parties entrusting orders to us.
I am prepared lo furnish Sashes, Blinds,
Doors, Mantles, and every stylo of inside
work, at tho shortest notice, and of boH
material, ut Baltimoro rates, adding
freight. Cull in and sec Catalogue. Worft
JpHN A. HAMILTON,
nek 18-lyr Orangeburg, S. C,