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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 16 November 1878

I'VK'.'Y KAT?ttJ?A\ MOKyiNO ,. tii" Subscription. Oii>: Copy '?:>-. Year.00 "' Six Mouth*. 1 00 .Kates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.SI 50 Each Subsequent " . 1 00 Xolicrs inserted in T.?rnl Column at 20c per T inc. (I Subscriptians and 'J'ransient Advertise : ?- ,. be paid for in Idvunce. ftf.1" Vo lteeint Jor Subscription nr Advcr {izcnin Is are Valid unless Signed by lluiuness Hantiger. ?J?,V We aro hi on way responsible* for the views or opinion., of our Correspond tints. SATURDAY, NOVEMEFK IG. 1878. " ?RANGEBTjkC FaTr. Tho election is over and ti glorion* political victory has been won. Or anpebtirg County is redeemed and every community within our bounds feels moie hopeful of tho ful'u o now than ever before. What nunc fitting occasion is there of nut infesting our joy for recent successes than that of the approaching Ftiir, where visitors from every petition 6! the Stale ami every corner of the County will as mi.Lie to tell what they know nnd to hear what oth...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 16 November 1878

L O C A L CMIDRC li~I>I RECTORY. MirrrroDiST?Rev. W. S. Richardson Pas tor. Services every Sunday morning 10:30, night 8:30. Sunday School 8:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday Evening 8:30. Chil dren's meeting every third Sunday. Pbksbytisiuak?Rev. J. i). A. Brown, Pastor. Services every Sunday morning 10:30 and afternoon 4:30. Sunday School 8:30. Prayer meeting every Thursday af ternoon 4:30. Baptist?Rev. T. W. Mellichamp, Pas tor. Services every third and fourth Sun day morning 10:30, night 8:30. Sunday School every Sunday morning 8:30. Sun day School Missionen- Meeting every fuur'.h Sunday. Episcopal?-Rev. t.. O.Guc-rry, Pastor. Services third Sunday in euch mouth Morning 10:30, afternoon 4:30. LvTHKRAN?Rev. Wingard, Pastor. Ser vices Second Sunday in each month. Morn ing 10.80, night 8.30. Suntlay School every Sunday morning 8:30 Y. M. C. A.? Rooms on Russell Street. Open every evening in the week from 8:30 to 10:30. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 8:30 and Sunday afternoo...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 16 November 1878

a Great Book ?ou .e. Out! of the ehenpcbt bookstores in the world is that ofT. B. Petersou & Brothers, 306 Chestnut Street, Phila delphia, *'. T '?" r?ohlish l.ho writ tugs of Airs, l ' \>. ,-i. ??? Souihwnrth, \'r? A "t, s Stephens Miss Dtipny, Mrs. W tu field, Mr*, I?\ 11. Burni tt. Mrs. El'en W md, ' ieo. W. M. Bey Tio'ds. .sir iValterSco !, :ii>t Mnr ryatt, Henry Cockton, t?ugone Ru George Su nd, \V. 11. A msworth, Frank Fnirlegh, T. A. TroUope, Mrs. Dorsny, Caroline I.- e Mint/.. Charles Dickens, Charles Lever, "Wilk'.c Collins, Alex. DutnasSutnuel Warren, Frcdrikti Bremer, Ellen rickering, Mis. Gr. y, Mrs. No why, (Justave Aimard, C. (5. Lolaud, Ceorgo Lippard, Etner^n Bennett, Mifc8 Pardoe, T, S. Arthur, \V. 11. Herbert. G. 1*. 1!- James, and many other popular writers, as well as "Peterson's Dollar Series ofOond and Now Novel-,' and "Peterson's Sterling Series of Now and i! ?? ?! J3ook3," and "Peterson's Square 12mo Scries," and they would call tho attention nil Bo...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 23 November 1878

two dollars per annum. <? GOD ^ISTD OTJR COUNTRY. always in advance VOLUME VI SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1878. NUMBER 35 NOTICE Ifl hereby given that Application will be mndo at the uezt Session of the General Assembly of J>o. Ca. lor a Renewal of Charter of the Executive Committee of the Ottuigoburg (baptist) Missionerv Union. 8. W. K EMM IS RUN, ?opt 14 Seeretnrv. "VEliETINE; BayanDoatotiUhytilciiin, " linn no oqnnl iu n blood purlflor. Hearing of Itn many wonderful curcN after nil othor remcdioHlmd fnllcd. I visited the Labora tory, and convinced iny?clf of I|h genuine merit. It la prepared from tmrkx, rool?, and licrb?, rnch of which is highly effective, olid they arc com pounded in ?uch a manner tin to produce astonish ing results." Is tho grent Blood purifier. VEGETINE Will enrc the worst ase. of Scrofula. VEGETINE In recommended by physician* und npothecarlea. Um effected eouio marvclloim cureu In case* of Odnoor. Cores the worst mm-h of Canker. Will eradicate Salt ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 23 November 1878

?nr >?????Tin ????? i The Ovan^ebiivg Times I88UED EVERY SATURDAY MOHN I NO Terms of Subscription. One Copy one Year.$2 00 " Six Mouths. 1 00 .Kates of Advertising. &nc Square 1st Insertion.$1 50 Each Subsequent " . 1 00 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise' tnents to be paid for in Advance. JfoP" No Rccipt* for Subscription or Adver tisements are Valid unless Signed by Business Manager. t6?~ We nro in no way responsible for tne views or opinions til" our Corfespond thim. "^SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1878. THE FAIR. The fifth annual o] Otting of tin? Orange, burg Agricultural and Mechanical Associa tion vas announced by ringing the bell at their Fair building on Wednesday morning at 9 o'olock a. m, Tbe heavy clouds that bad gathered, and tbe steady rain that bad been falling on Tuesday, together with tbe unfavorable aspect of tbe weather during tbe early part of the night, had served to throw a damper upon tbe ardor of the Pr...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 23 November 1878

SS?' J^i O O j\- JL, Month Curoliicn, ltailroitil. OFFICE HOURS AT ORANUKRCK? DEPOT. Fro?i 8 o'clok A.M. toi P.M. From 2 o'clock P.M. to6 P. M. Goods received and delivered only during ofHce hours. Passenger Schedule S. C. Railroad. DAY TRAIN. Columbia Up Passenger, (Morning).11 ? Down " (Evening).5 ?S ACCOMMODATION TRAIN Columbia Down.'1 48 " Up. . 3 KIUHT TRAIN. Columbia Up. ?"> I " Down. 114 We learn tbnt Mr. Andrew* bus sold the Kdisto Clarion to James Li. J Sims, of Spartanburg, who will con- j tinne its publication in the interest of | the Democratic party. - iBimi . - ??emmwamm ? The following citizens of our conn ty were awarded premiums at the biate Fair recently nel 1 at Columbia: Mrs. W. C. Clark, Mrs. I . Felder, Mrs. J. G. Vose and Mrs. W. A. Ma roney. The Committee on Refreshments during the Fair, composed of Mrs. Dnnncr, Rowe, Melliehamp and Meidtman,deserves the thanks of the Association.and visitors at the Fair, for the faithful service rendered the one und kind ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 23 November 1878

D. H. Chamberlain Indicted. Evidence Discovered of his Complicity in the Famous llcll-llole Swindle. Columbia, November G.? The Court of General Sessions met at 10 A. M. The cus<i of tho State vs. Sallio Williams, murder, was tried; verdict not guilty. Tbc defendant was charged with tho murder of her new born babo. At tho conclusion of this cause tho grand jury was cull ed, and a little ripple of excitement occasioned by the solicitor handing to Ihe grand jury quite a bulky look ing indictment iu tho case of the State vs. T>. H.Chamberlain et al., charging them with conspiracy to cheat the State. Tho solicitor stated that ho had two witnesses?Messrs. DeSaus8ure nndCochran?who would now go beforo them, and if their testimony was not considered suffi cient he had another whom he ex pected to-morrow morning. Judge Pressley said to the grand jury that they had all doubtless heard that the Stale, i-oine years ago, had appropriated a Urge ium of money for the purchase of homes for c...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 December 1878

two dollars per annum. } VOLUME V GOD -A-jSTD OUR COUNTRY SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7./87S. always in advance NUMBER 37 k HARDWARE STOR JUST OPENED ONE DOOR EAST OF I*r. A. U. Vukc^a l>r?j? Store, BY l*>. Gr. OANOX Who will keep constantly on hand n FULl/arid CO.M I'LKTK stock of ,1S w dwnrc, Culler}', And Sporiiiig OoociS 01 every description Also all kinds of ISepatri US done on the shortest notice to (.inns, Pj.-tols. Jx)ckp, Umbrellas, and SEWING M AG 111X IDS Done up and Adjusted. BSl>'" All goods ami work warranted to give entire satisfaction in quality work mannhip and price. Thanking my friends for past patronage 1 hope to merit a contiuunee of the same in the future. P. <J. LANNON. sept 28 1878 ly "sheT iio a is S Malo School The ExevtJise^of du?.'S<'*llO? ?1 will be resinned at the Fair building on the Firat Monday in September next. TERMS PER MONTH Int Grade. Beginners.?2 00 '2d " Grammar Pupils. 2 50 ?d Advanced Knglish. .'? 00 Latin and (Meek 50 cents ex...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 December 1878

Tli? Orangeburg Times? j I68UKD FVEttY SATURDAY MOKNINO Tonus of Subscription. One Copy one Year.$2 00 " Su Months. 1 00 ".Rates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.SI ,r>o Koch Subsequent " . * nn Notices inserted in Locol Column at 'JtV pel Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise 7ncn(n to be paid for in \d>ancc gfcjy iYo Rccipl* for Subscription or Adver tisement* ore Valid unless Signed by Jhtsincss Manager. B?*' We are in no way responsible lor the views or opinions of our Correspond ents. "^SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1878. _? ,_?. _ U. S- SENATOR. There is no matter of greater political concern to the people of South Carolina than the election of United States Senator to succeed Patterson. Heretofore our great interest lay within our own borders: dangers threatened in upon every hand, indeed (he political life of our State rented poised in the balance and no man could tell what a day, even an hour might bring forth. Such a crisis and such eirenm stances demanded ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 December 1878

_T, o O AL__ viiv iicif~i>iiil?cT?ic\. ~~ Mbthodist?Rev. W. S. Richardson Pan tor. Services every Sunday morning 10:30, night 8:30. Sunday School 8:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday Evening H:30. Chil dren's meeting every third Sunday. Presbyterian?Rev. J. I). A. Brown, Fnstor. Services every Sunday morning 10:30 and afternoon 4:30. Sunday School 8:30. Prayer meeting every Thursday af ternoon 1:30. Baitiht?Rev. T. W. Mclliehanip, Pus tor. Services every third and fourth Sun ?lav morning 10:JlO, night .S.30. Sunday Hehool every Sundav morning 8:30. .Sun day School Missionen- Meeting every fourth Sunday. EriscoPAt.?Rev. L. li.Oncrry, Pastor. Services third Sunday in each month Morning 10:30, afternoon 4:30. LuTflKRAN?Rev.Wingard, Pastor. Ser vice? Second Sunday in each month. Morn ing 10.30, night 8,30. Sunday School every Sunday morning 8:30. Y. M- C. A.?Rooms on Russell Street. Upen every evening in the week from 8:3(1 to 10:30. Prayer uncling every Thursday evening at 8:.'50 and Sund...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 December 1878

'lhe "In uitle" women oi' Utah have ?Ji ut a strong letter to Mrs. Pres.itlent Hayet Bgaittit polygamy in that Ter ritory. Some of their facts arc these : "That more of these unlawful ami unhallowed a liauces have been eon stimulated during ih<? past year than ever before in the history oi the Mor mon Church; that endowment houses, under the namo of temples, are being erected in different parts of the coun try, costing millions; that the Legis lature is composed almost c iliroly of polygamists ami members of the M u mon priesthood, and they have throwu around polygamy every poss ible safeguard iu their power. The right of dower has been abolished to break down the distinction between the lawful wife and concubine; and that the Mormonsaro rapidly extend ing their settlements into Arizona, Idaho, New Mexico ami Wyomin j." Up to date the applications lor pension? on account of the late war amount, in round figures,' to 500,000 260,000 of which were made by men and 2-10,001) by widow...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 December 1878

Jl'ST OPENED 0!NL DOOR EAST OF l>r. A. Duke"? ?r?R Store, BT N ho will keep constant I v on baud u I-l LLanH COM PLFTK .-lock of JEitrriwarc, Cutlery, maim, Bristols. And Spurt ill}; OooiIn ot every description. Also all kin.Is of Itcpitirillg done on the shortest notice 10 linns, Pistols. I-s)cks, I' in b toll as, und sewing MACillNKS Done U|> ami Adjusted. ?^fcj'-AU goods ioiil work warranted In give entire satisfaction in ipialily work mauship and price Tltaukitii! my friends for past patronajjij 1 hope to merit a eonrimmcc of the same'' in tin- future. I*. < VNN< >N. rapt 28 lflfH ly SIEI K I\TT) A K^S Male School The [{Jxe'i'ciscr* "i" 'hi* S< -lioo] will l>?- i. Mimed al ibe Fair iluihliuij on the'First Mond iy in Scptcniber next. terms per month Int' Grade. Beginners.>- ''0 *' Grammar Pupils. ?_? .~.o 3d ?? Advanced Fnirlish. :; (Ml Latin and dr.-.-r: ?'?'?> cents extra each. Hoard in exeelh'iil families, m- o 111< School Itooins. may he olitaiue...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 December 1878

The Orangetmi'g Times? I68UKD EVERY 8ATUKDAY MOHN I NO Terms of Suhsci iption. One Copy one Year.$2 00 " Six Mou'hs. 1 U0 "Rates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.S-l uO Each .Subsequent " . 1 00 Xotica inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subrniptions and Transient Advertise inent* to be paid for in Advance. JJrjY" jVn Iteciptn jnr Subscription nr Adeer li*rm<nts ore ]'alid unless ti'tpitd by Itumnens Manager. ?6*"" We aro in no way responsible lor the vic*? or opinion* of our Correspond tntn. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21 1?7P. Mr. Geo. Boliver lias sohl the Times to St.los I\. Melliehamp and W. A. Edwards, hut in consequence of his sudden sickness, which hua con fined him to his room since Monday , the papers could not he signed in time for the snlulntory to appear in this issue. We will only say that the 'paper will bo purely and strictly I'enio nratie, and that 'the interests of sub scribers and advertisers will bo care fully looked after. .- mm ? ? ? Christmas. The ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 December 1878

LOCAL P ? CHURCH DIRECTORY. Miitfcoihst?Rev. W. S. Richardson Vic tor. Services every.Sunday morning 10:30, night 8:30. Sunday School 8:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday Evening 8:30. Chil dren's meeting every third Sunday. IPkesbyterian?Rev. .1. P. A. Brown, Pastor. Services every Sunday morning 1Q<30 and afternoon 4:30. Sunday School 8:30. Prayer meeting every Thursday af ternoon 4:30. Baptist?Rev. T. W. Mcllichamp, Pas tor. Service? every third and fourth Sun day morning 10:30, night 8.30. Sunday School every Sunday morning 8:30. Sun day Schooi Missionen.- Meeting every fourth Sunday. Episcopal?Rev. L. I'.CSucrry, Pastor. Rorvicefl third Sundnv in each month Morning 10:30, afternoon 4 30. IjCTUrRAH?Rev. Wingard. Pastor. Ser vice* Second Sunday in each month. Morn ing 10.30, night 8.30. Sunday School every Sunday morning 8:30. Y. M. C A.? Rooms on Kussell Street. Open every evening in the week from 8:30 lO^JO. "l'rnyer meeting every Thursday tuning at 8:!10 and Sunday afternoons at ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 December 1878

Who will be Crowned in Keavew [Now Orleans 7Y//km ] A live dollar hole would be an ex travagant price to pay lor her ostab lit-bincnt and all it contains, but it heroic womanhood ever louud em bodirucnt in huma.i shape, it can lu seen uigh<ly lipon St. Charles street, just below the academy oi' music. A week ago Grandma \\ itson was in Memphis, ha Illing pestilence by her tireless vigihineo fl.ilbvl h? u?" ror stricken commuu ty as Lhoir gunidiuu angel, E iznbet , in tin zenith f her ppleiidor, could rio hir c coiiiinandcd the adulation vh spoinaucnosly went forth to that pUiii old woman, For thirty eight days ; nd nights dining the Iri^hllul bar vest ol death at Grenada those wither en blinds 'Were often the o??Jfy ones t soothe the hurniilg brow or'efose dying eyes. To her tender cart were committed their childrcudyiiig by parents. .Appointed by the divine mandates of gratitude universal executrix and administratrix, in tha setfeon ol deadly peril and death, the confidential ir...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 December 1878
Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 December 1878
Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 December 1878

The Oraiigetmi'g Times? ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING MEIil.ICII A^I'AV: EDWA 1?>S SATURDAY, DECEMBEh 28 1B7?. In accordance, with our custom, ami as announced in our last, wc come out thls week iu a half sheet- lly next week our printers will got over their Christinas, ami wc'will make amends. The exercises of Mr. S. K. Mellichamp's School will he resumed on Monday Janu ary Gth. On Christmas day some of our colored population became unusually inspired, nnda little cutting, fighting and jailing was the rcsul t. Here's "your "mulc ! II. P. Slater, Ks q.' will have a line drove of mules nnd horses in town in a few days. Head his notice. - i ? ? m-? Sonthern Surgical Institute, Atlanta fla ? Pr. J. W. Gurlcy Prof, of this justly celebrated Institut ion will visit Orangeburc Janunty 15th and until the l^th 1S70. Stopping"" at1 Maroney'H Hotel. Wc will come fully prepared to treat all eases of Club Feet, Spinal disease, Diseases of the Eye and Kar. Calanle Paralysis, Piles ami Fistula...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 December 1878

XMAS! 2t MAS 1.1 Layer Raisins, Citron, Cu-irants-, Oranges, Apple?, Cocoa Nuts, Powdered, Crashed, A White and Brown Sogar?. Flavoring Ex tract*. Chocolate. Brown Cocoa, Best Fami ly Floor, Can Salmon, 'J/nckeral, Oysters anil Lobsters, English Piccalilli, (therkins ami Chaw ('haw, Seville Olives ,1/autardo, Cox's Ualatine Java ami Kio Coffees patch ed and green, for sale at lowest pi ices by tlgOIIN A. HA A3 8 LTON, Henry Kuhn. GLAD TIDINGS for everybody AT mi 1 biVslVV fashion a 1>, le jDSJY GOODS Ml There has bren a terrible crash in the prices of ail styles of Dl'OSS Goods, ( loaks, Shawls, Carpets and nil kind of Woolen (loods, etc. The Indies of Orangehurg should not fail to improve the present golden opportunity to pi;ubase their TI.KS, SSOWS, Buchings, Lace Goods. Collars, Kid Gloves atrj* Notions of every description Prices of these goods will be fount! from LT) to Tit) per cut lower than Been or oflbred elsewhere.J It is my constant aim to make nty tlie great rallying ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 January 1879

v ONE DOLLARS PKR ANNUM. J- GOD -A-jS3"D OTJorfc COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVANO VOLUME y[_ SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4J87^. 18T\ NUMBER 40 JUST opened one door EAST OF Dr. A. C. Duke's Drug Store, BY L3?. Gr. CAJNTOjNT Who will keep constantly on hand a FULL and COM PLETE stock of ^Hardware, Cuflory, n uns, I'iHloln, And SporiiUR OoodH ot every description. AIho all kinds* of Repairing: done on the shortcut notice to Gun*, Pistols, Locks, Umbrellas, and SEWING MACHINES Done up and Adjusted. g?JTAM goods and work warranted to give entire satisfaction in quality work xaannhip and price* Thanking my friends for past patronage I h?pe to merit a continnncc of the same in the future. P. C. CANNON. 'm sept 2S 1878 ly CARRIAGES BUGGIES AND WAGONS I am now giving ^tfiS^^-'Uttf^ mv p E Kg ON* A L ATTENTION to inj 1'usincMof CARRIAGE MAKING, And will guarantee that tuy work in tke future shall he aaUOOD as in the past forty years that I have been in lh* business. I hare KF.DIXKn MY 1*RICKS To SUIT ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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