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ORANGEBURG, S. C JAN. 28, 1875.
86T" Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized
to .'oU?ct and receipt for advertisements and
subscriptions to tbe Tima.
Our friends wishing to have advertisements
inserted in the TIMES, must hand them in
by Monday morning, 10 o'clock.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
On* Copy for one year, ... $2.00
" V " Six Months, - ? - 1.00
Bee notico of money lost.
Dr. T. B. Legare has removed his
office to his homo.
The Bchools arc prospering, as far
as we know.
Mr. Lightfoot is going into his
Teach your boy? that they go to
school or college to learn how to
work, and not how to shun work.
Dr. Dukes is building ? fino resi
dence next to his lather's hotel on
If Council don't strike the line
widening Russell street, we will have
a crooked affair of it.
Mr. Cornolnon'8 store is getting on
finely, and it is not going to be any
small thing either. The truth is Cor
nelson don't deal in small things.
Messrs. Cannon & Sain are erecting
a neat store on the burnt district, at
Wallace Cannon's old stand.
Things are going the right way.
Put your stores on Russsll street and
your residences in the vicinity of the
depot, on or near the new street.
We notice our young friend Lewis
Fischer has opened a ntat little fruit
and oy3ter store one door east of Mr.
A. Fischer. Lewis is an energetic
fellow, and tries to please all who
favor him with a call.
Things are a little muddled about
the location of that cotton bale. How
ever, we have now turned our atten
tion to the location of the lots on the
burnt district, with which we hope
to have better success.
C. D. Kortjohii advertises at full
atv.i splendid stock of groceries,
liquors, cigars, Ac.; which are bound
to plen.se all who try them*. He pros
pel's, simply because lie is a business
mau and knows how to suit hit cus
tomers. Give him a call.
F. DeMars, Esq., has made an im
provement in his business arrange
ments. The front of his establish
ment is fitted up as a first class gro
cery store, and the rear for liquors,
<Src. Mr. DeMars is a first rate bus
iness man, and whatever lie attempts
he does thoroughly. Go and examine
1)is stock. Everybody will be pleased
with his fair dealing. Sec his adver
McMicunel & Illume.
These young merchants deserve a
great deal of credit fnr the way in
which they have rallied from the dis
asters of the fire.
By their euergy they saved their
stock, and are now located at the
brick store, corner of Russell and
B rough ton streets. They sell tho best
of goods at reasonable rates. Road
their advertisement and give them a
On Friday night a band of burg
lars entered tho stores of Bull, Scovill
& Pike, J. G. Vose, P. Doyle and J.
P. Thompson and carried off what
they wanted. . The indications are
that they are well organized and sup
plied with all the necessary instru
ments. It is said that they also tried
their hand on the storo of Wolfo &
Wilcock, but wore fired, upon by Mr.
Mitchcl, who was on the. look out.
It is hard for us to realize that "in
the midst of life wo arc in death."
One by one our comrades fall by the
way side and we pass on, pausing .but
for a moment, and then mingling
again in the bustling scenes of time.
We have been heavily afflicted in
a material view by our recent disas
ter, but it is Jar more melancholy to
look back and recall the names of the
good citizens we have lost in a few
Scarcely has the soothing influence.'!
of time mitigated the pangs or dried
tho tears at the loss of Col. Oliver,
Rev. Keitu Legare, Mr. James Jones
and'Mr. Jonney, than we are called
upon to mourn at the gravo of Dr.
Oliveros, and now again of Mr. Jo
Mr. McNamara was probably one
of the heaviest sufferers by tho fire;
and' doubtless tho pressure of his
troubles hastened his end.
Ho was an experienced and educa
ted merchant, a useful citizen n?d a
kind fried. His sensibilities were
tender and his disposition generous,
and ho will be sorely missed by tho
He leaves a largo family, to whom
we extend our heartfelt sympathies.
We return thanks for au invitation
to tho anniversary celebration of the
Graham Lee Society of tho Washing
ton nnd Lee University of Virginia.
Tho orator of tho occasion was N. A.
Stcadman, of Texas, and the debate.!
were C. A. Dailey, of Texas, B. Jacks
and W. Gregory, of Tennessee, and J.
L. Lisle, of Kentucky.
We notice on tho committee of in
vitation tho name of J. W. Sto'.ces, of |
South Carolina, a promising young
citizen of Orangebnrg county,for whom
we predict n distinguished future. He
is a son of Mr. Jas. Stokes of our
The real "banditti" are Kellogg, Pack
ard, Bcckwith, and the rest of the "ring"
who are running the usurping government
in Louisiana, and who have enlisted Pres
ident Grant, a part of his cabinet, and a few
influential members of congress in support
of their effrrt to perpetuate their stolen
lease of power.?New York Tribune.
Dr. T. Berwick Lcgarc, dentist, respect
fully informs his patrons nnd friends that
that ho has rmoved his office to his home,
where he can be consulted by those who de
sire his professional services.
If notified through the post office or oth
erwise), lie will cheerfully visit those who
reside at a distance in the country.
C^QQfi THREE HUNDRED nnd
P?JOV/~ElGHTY DOLLARS in cash,
in the following bills: Three one hundred
dollar bills; ono fifty-dollsi bill, and the
rest in five-dollar bills; also, tax receipt for
Wallace Rivera, amount $2.18. R. R.
receipt for 7 bales cotton at Jnniisou'R T. O.,
D. M. Ilurgcr, agt. The finder will be lib
erally rewarded by leaving the sumc at
Liar & Dibble's law oflicc.
The above money and paper) were lost in
the villnge of Orangebnrg, between 10 and
12 o'clock, January 25th, 1875.
L. R. BECKAVITII.
IZ LAR &
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Orangeburg, S. C.
Jvs. F. Izr.ar. S. Dibble.
? DISS? 'IAJTION.
THE COPARTNERSHIP existing un
der the firm name of Jefibrda & Alber
gotti was dissolved on 1st January, 1S75, by
Mr T. A. Jeffords, Agent, will settle up
the a flairs of the late concern.
T A. JEFFORDS, Agt.,
J. S. ALBERGOTTI.
M PORTA NT TO FARMERS.
ONLY FORTY DOLLARS A TON !
An important nah ral Guano?a genuine
Animal Deposit. A cargo of 500 tons now
on the way to this port. This guano gave
great satisfaction in Virginiu and North
Carolina the past season. Circular and cer
tificates sent on application.
Prof. Wilson, of Baltimore, Md., says or
this guano: "By n critical examination of
the analysis of the various cargoes you have"
imported, a striking feature is the great
regularity in the percentage of tho impor
tant constituents essential for the produc
tion of all crops."
Prof. F. A. Genth, of Philadelphia, Penn.,
sava: "The guano is evidently of animal or
igin, and the minute bones which wero dis
covered in the same indicate that it is tho
result of the decay of bats, mice, &c. The
quantity of organic matter winch is still
present is about 12 per cent., and this yields
about 2\ per cent of ammonia. A portion
of the nitrogen is preseut ns nitric acid, of
which about 3 per cent, were found. All
the nitrogen present would bo equivalent to
about 8J per cent, of ammonia. The phos
phoric acid in the guano avernged about 12J
per cent., equal to 27.8 per cent, of Bone
Phosphate. A considerable quantity of the
phosphoric acid, however, is present as ho
j called neutral Phosphate of Lime, which,
j being slightly soluble in water, renders the
Guano as quick in its action as a correspond
ing quantity of Superphospatcs would do.
The small percentage of potash which was
found in analysis adds to its value. From
nil the experiments which 1 Imvc made of
the Guanahani Gunno no doubt can exist
that it is a valuable manure."
Prof. 11. C White, of the Georgia State
Agricultural Society, says: "As shown by
the analysis, this guano contains, in good
proportion, nil the elements which nre gen
erally considered as of value for plant food,
and the forma and combinations in which
they are present arc such as to render them
available to and assimilable by the plant, I
should judge that the proper use of this ar
ticle for purposes of fertilization would be
attended with great profit."
Prof. Charles U. Shepard, Jr., in a recent
analysis of this Guano, says: "This Gunno
(of animal origin) would appear from it*
physical and chemical properties to answer
every reasonable expectation of a chemical
Orders received and arrangements mnde
foritssalo bv nppHcntiou to
J. N. ROBSON,
08 East Bay, 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
THE ATTENTION OF fHE TRADE
To our ASSORTED STOCK of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, consisting I
DRY GOODS, CANNED FRUITS,
BOOTS, - -OYSTERS,
&o., &c. TOMATOES,
Bacon, Dry Salt,. ? Coffee,
Strips, siuoaked, Sugars,
Hams, baggod, Teas,
Pickled beef,. Wines of all kinds, Tin ware,
Pearl Grist, Sraokiug tobacco,
Bolted Grist, Chewing tobacco,
Alo and Began?,
Two hundred barrels of Flour to be sold in thirty days.
Agent for Hazliit & Co's Bitters.
C. D. RORTJOHN.
Noy 20, qHl_ly
THEODORE KOHN & BRO.
THE BRICK STORE,
ARE SELLING OFF THEIR RESCUED STOCK, BEING SLIGHT
LY DAMAGED BY REMOVAL.
THE GOODS MOST 01 SOU),
nKD me selling for whatever they will bring.
Come at once and secure Kare Bargains.
We mean Business,
as we need money.
THEODORE KOHN & BROTHER,
AT M'MASTER'S BRICK STORE.
GEOEGE H. C?KNELSON
IAM HAPPY TO BE ABLE TO ANNOUNCE TO MY FRIENDS
and the public in genera!, that
I HAVE RESUMED BUSINESS
again, however, on a smaller scale, and can be found at the FURNITURE
STOKE, back of the Engine House, until I am able to move into the new
and commodious store now in courso of erection
AT MY OLD STAND,
which I hope to have completed in a months time. Having but small ac
commodations at present I am unable to keep a large stock, but what is lack
ing in stock I will make up in low prices, and therefore invite all Lo give mo
a call and get cheap goods. -?
As soon as I can get my store and storehouse up ngain I will be ready for
all business as heretofore, only
ON A MUCH LARGER SCALE.
Thanking my friends and.the public for past favors and for the encour
agement received during the late disaster, 1 reinaim
jnn21tc . GEORGE H CORNEL.SON.
T. B. BOY1)
HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF THE BEST
BOOTS SHOES, GROCERIES m
Which he will sell low down
ALSO THE LARGEST STOCK
SEGALS .AND TOBACCO
Ever offered in this market. No humbug, Call and convinco yourself;
T. IS. BOYD'S
WIOSELEY & COPES,
WE TAKE PLEAURE IN ANNOUNCING TO OUR PATRONS nnd tho PUBLIC
generally that wo hava increased our
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE.
And having rented the STORE of Mr J P Hnrley at the Corner of Russell and Brmghto
. Streets, we are now prepared to serve you at either Store.
Mr. J. W MOSELEY will continue the Business at our Old Stand corner Russell and
Mr. ROBERT COPE8 takes charge of the NEW STORE) where will bo found at
either place a well selected stock of General Merchandise.
Thanking vou for former patronage we respectfully solicit a continuance of tho same,
jVw. MOSELEY ROBERT COPES
D H 8ILOOX & SON.
175, ?77 and 179 King street
CORNER OF OLIFFORD.
CHARLESTON. So, Oa
D. 3. S1LCOX.
D. H. SILCOX,
Tho Copartnership of Vose & Izlar is this day disolved by mutual consent
The business will hereafter be carried on at the same place by J. Geo. Voso j
who will settle all the business of the old firm.
J. GEORGE VOSE,
Wm. V. IZLAR.
Thanking our friends for past patronage, we solicit the continuance
W. V. IZLAR.
same for Mr. Vose,
Orangeburg Jan. 1st 1875.
In Returning my Thanks
TO MY PATRONS for their Liberal Patronage in the past, I assure them
that I will spare no efiorts to please them in the future
MY STOCK is Well ASSORTED
IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, GROCERIES.iWIKES
LIQUORS, SEGARS &c, &.,
All of which I offer as low as an v House.
?ATT.SFAOTION GTJ-A.UA.TS: TEED
Pleas* call and Satisfy yourself. No trouble to Show Goods.
Mij B F POU. M B S1STUNK, W D RISE? and W W WOLFE>re with me, who
will ht pleased to sec their friends
Apr. 10,1873 F. H? W- BRIGGMAN*
Agricultural Implements &c
HART; & 00.
We are in receipt of a Full Lino of
SWEDES IRON, HOES, TRACE CHAINS,
PLOW STEEL, NAILS, . POT-WARE,
GUNS, PISTOLS, WOODEN-WARE,
ROPE, PLOW LINES TIN?WARE.
AND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TURPENTINE TOOLS &c
Brisg to your attention our Plow Implements which aro made from Pattern?
furnished us by the following Gentlemen:
A. L. Wyse & Co., Newberry, ?
Donald Fleming, Spartanburg, |
Celev & Bro., Greenville,
3 Dr. W. S. BARTON Jr., Orangeburg.
NO. 1 LAP RING,
? 2 GREENVILLE SWEEP
" 3 PLOW CLEVICE,
" 4 BATESVILLE SWEEP,
" 5 PLOW CLEVICE,
" 6 ORA NGEBURG SWEEP
" 7 HEEL BOLT,
NO. 8 GRASS ROD,
" 9 SOLID SWEEP,
? 10 SHOVEL PLOW BL
" 11 BULL TONGUE,
" 12 Diamond Point Bull Tonguo,
" 13 CMt Iron TURN SHOVEL
? 14 STEEL TURN PLOW.
HART & CO.
SO Hay lie St. and Cor. King and Market Sts,