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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 February 1879

JUST OPENED ONE DOOR east op I>r. A. C. I>ult?>*k I>hik Store, BY jP. Gr. CANON Who will k'vp col staut I v on Land a FULl/iutdCXM I'LKTE stock of ,11 ur<lu a ro, ii i!ory, Ii 1UIH, l'isiols. Ami Sporting CSooitH of every description. Also all Kinds of R?pttiring done on the shortest notice to linns, Pistols, Docks, Umbrellas, and SEWING MAC 1 I INES Dono up and Adjusted. ItiSyAII goods and work warranted to give entire satisfaction Oil quality work mansbip and price. Thanking my friends' for jiast patronage I hope to merit a conti mi nee of the same in the future. 1'. O. CANNON. Kept'28 1878 ly "cAiurrAGErf' fit cid iK?" and] iW A G O n s I mn now giving y>?ESS^^!^-''LA^fl^' mv P K KS UN A L ATTENTION to my Iiusine-wuf AltItl.l?!F 5IAKIMJ, And will guarantee that my work in the future shall l?e as 0001) as in the past forty years that I have been in the business. I have REDUCED 91Y V 511 ES To SUIT the TIM KS, ami if vow will call on me 1 will guarantee that my cl...

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 February 1879

THE OKANGEHUKU TIMES. s/ . - i_?_ ISSUED KVEItY l lMDAY MORNING SlKhhlCIIAMr* & KllYYAUbS, Prtqirielors. STIIiKS k. MKMdCII IMP Ktlitor. Toim.i?? 61' Subscription* . OntlCojiu fliic }'"'??.$1 00 ? ."? ... "... Six Months. 75 Kales of Aiivertising. Hut Square Is/ Insertion.00 Each .Subsequent " . Notices iiiecrled in Local Column ut20cpei Line. ; . ) e -All Subtcriptions and Transient Advertise ments to lie paid for i? {dinner. Criv" '"ft'o an: in no way responsible for lite views or opinions of our Correspond HUH. ? I k 1 ha v, FkRkUAUY 7, 1*75?. The Phosphate Fight. F?V^/n:o tjme pasi the Press of the the fjlato hat? Leen combatting rather ficvoelvthe Pins-plmte Companies in tticir '*?? hi It ccd "combination mono -fc?l.y-" -tri kctpuD the prices, of their Teftiiizce*' while cotton ami every thing else lias gone down so low. These cotnprini? s* iVnvo at last beetled the elainoi and mode air cxplant'tiori. They claim that they have reduced the price of their phosphates $2 on vth...

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 February 1879

THE 0KAM5EHUKU TIM KS. i_. ._,_ ISSUM) F.VEHY PK I DAY MOKKINCI MELLICH AMI' & tDWAItDS, Proprietors. STILES K. MELLICH \1W Kdilor. _ XOVJ^IS of Siil iHcri]-)! ion. .\ On?.'Cfy>j/ fljVe Tear.$1 00 ? ?"> ... "... Six Month*. 75 Kalos of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.?1 e.0 h'ach Subsequent " . 50 Sot ices iiircrteil in Local Column tit 20c per Line. . ; .' -All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be jmid for in Advance 8?**,'tV'e are in 'ho way responsible for the view? or opinions of our Correspond Hits. ? 1' it 1 pa y, KkM?AKY 7, 1ST?.?. T?g I huspliale Fi^hl F?Vlifi'n-0 C"llR l)asl ,Ml' Press of the the Siuto lute hern combatting rather lj.evoejy-the -Pin sphate Companies in '.rtiy.r *|;?1*1 * gcd "cotnbii.iitioti mono -fcol.y-" ?to keep up the prices of their 'Tettilizcfcs' while cotton and every thing else has, gone down so low. These e oinpani'>" have at last heeded the claiuoi and made air ex nla nation. They claim that they have'reduced the pri...

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 February 1879

TIio Oi'aniLrc^?i'fj: Times? CHURCH ?IKECTOHY. OlDTirODlST?Rev. O. A. Darby, Pas tor. Services every Sunday morning 10:30, night 8:30. -may School 8:30. Prayer mooting Wednesday Evening 8:30. Chil dren's meeting every third .Sunday. Prksdyteriak?Rev. J. D. A. Drown, Pastor. Services every Sunday morning 10:30 and afternoon 4:150. Sunday School Jf:30. Prayer meeting every Thursday af ternoon 4:30. Baptist?Rev. T. W. Mcllichnnip, Pas tor. Services every third and fourth Sun day morning 10:30, night 8.30, Sunday School every-Sunday-morning 3:30. Sun day School Missionery Meeting every fourth Sunday. EPISCOPAL?Rev. T.. ti.Oucrry, Pa: tor. Services third Sunday in eaelt month Morning 10:30, afternoon 4:30. Li'TIIErAn?Rev. J. F. Riser, Pastor. Services''every Sunday. Morning 11.30, night 7,30. Sunday School every Sunday morning 9:30. Y. M. C A.? Rooms on Russell Street. Open every evening in the week from 7:30' to 0:30. l'rayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30. Business meetings fou...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 February 1879

Boii t Get the Bis tiead. Don't gel too big foi your breeches \\ st lecr.usc vu lire ti littlc prosper ous, und liavo a few more dollars thai some of your less fortunate neighbors. Many a man much butter ufl than you are has come to his wal let and stall' Before the war w<< re niindar to' have heard a then rieh ma.ii ray lliat he was never to work in4Ire held. That same man to-day is ploughing an ox ami splitting vails. Fact?-and, if wo Iblt ri dispose 1, could, name him. Go slow on your moonshine prosperity and riches, for you may yet le Lr.mLlc, Don't gel the Lig head, bul take your | r-is peri y slow ? you may yet under (I;.- wea her, and yet be glad to l ave your poor neighbors ?ivo?gi.i/e you. A poor man is jus! us good as a rich one, if not belter?wi re it not lor the p or people, lie.- thing railed a world would ! ecu be nolhingni - and ihr inhabitants w< al'd so. u go to the devil. The poor, nil the rich than, keel's ihia v.; rid moving. 1- he en tit!id..lo no rvtip...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 February 1879

imnnn ! Sit JUST OPENED ONE DOOR EAST OF Dr. A. C Duke's DrtBg Store, I-\-GK C/VNON ^jB^A. Wio wiil keep ? &?p^^T^ coir taut lv on luind ^?^fe^V^l a 1 I l/ailtl COM 1'Lh.T K --lock of A e:?l S?M?l*liitg ^lioc-vl:; of every description. Also all kinds of IgCftmirillg dorn on llio shortest notice to Uinis, i'iatols, Lucks, Umbrellas, and S10WI N< i mach IN 1 IS Done up and Adjusted. 8S?" All goons and work warranted to give entire satisfaction in quality work mansliip and price. Thanking my friends for past patronage 1 hope t<> no rit a cuiitinuuce of the same in the future. V. CA NM IN. sept "JS 187S ly cmhuacks iiuooTEs ;W A ? O N S VS&lt '...'. CVIl niv 1? K KSUN A L ATTKNT1? 'X to my IJusiiu =s uf And will guarantee that my work in the future shall bo a- <:< ?< >!> sis hi the past forty voids that 1 have bei :i in the business. 1 have ? To SUIT the TIMK.S, ind if you willeall oh hi ? I will guar.inke? that my charges and work will give full SA ISI'A...

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. — 14 February 1879

..-M t.l> I Vl-.KY l-'KIDA^ MC'JtNINU MKlddCIIAnT ? KP'iVAKDS. I'ropr.otois. STIbKS |{. Mbbbit'il Uli* Kttitnr. Terms of Sul ?sri-ipi [< >n. Our Copy one Year.si <?() " " iSVx Months. 75 Kates of Advertising. Our Square \sl Insertion.si h'urli Subsequent " . ?">'' Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions und Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. S-ti?" We nri! in no way responsible lor Um views or opinions <>t our Correspond ents. 1 kida Y, 1- I i;ttU.\ li\ il 1871?. For (lie Ortmgi hm u Ti: t>. Editor ( rt;uis<l.i'ry Timm: Dkai: Sik, It Las bi t u tny purpose for some time to direct public attention, to u matter where public interest is in volved; but < iie nnd another pre ventive el a piivale nature intorpos cd, and not until the present have I been able to give the stibjei 1 the at tention it merits. Mature relied ion advises the County nowspap crs?as the proper medium through which to arrest, the attention o...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 February 1879

iTho Oran^oburg; Time t J~t ? ? A L r l'o-Day Is Valentines Day ! It Will Pay You to read Henry K olio's ad. in this issue. Don't Forget That Eros has moved dow n to Capt. Briggniann'3 Store. See ad. F. UcMaiH A?l., Has a conspioiotis place in tho . columns of this paper. Head it. P? s'iu er? Try Ed. Slater when you arc in need ot a good horse or mule. His card appears in another column Father gcliaclitc . Of the Romt'.ll Catholic Church, is ill town, looking after the religion < ^ interest of his charge. Willie ISoltinsnn Js not (?! ly timely, but far ssciug. Bc-id.s clocks and watches he has spectacles ; nd ( vc glasses cheaper than can he obtained anywhere ulae. Call in Ii t in and improve your tight. A <Jhaii;;c. Air. 15. F. r later, v.e Uarn, has pur chased the lot on Market St , from I'on. duo S Bowman. 3Ir. J. W. Fairy 0 Of Brunei.viUo, who was .-hot on the day of election, wo arc pleased to learn, is in a fair way ol recovery. Mr. 1>. IF. ibjvitagyi eon Has been mad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 February 1879

The Light keeper's Daughter. Never a fairer maiden lived Than bonny, blue eyed Alice; Her hair was like the dailbdiht, llu- brow like lily'schalice. Within Ibu lighthouse IV mi a babj H.e'd dwell anil known no sadness, Dul ev'ry night dreamed happy dreams, Ami woke each day i<> gladness. And closely crowding round her homo The spirits of i he water, With many a shell and sea plant rare And ocean jewel sough/ her; For brighter far than sun or star They livid the keeper's daughter I Dc.t sailed a ship from foreign lands, Ami a handsome lover brought her; lie came In-i f the ligiitt? u-e prim, And saw the keeper's daughter I Tlie cve the wedding day was set Her father's face watclouded, And e'en tue light lii 'i hiirned on high s'i i med h ill in darkne-s shrouded. And Had the wind inoat:ed when the maid Of her old friends h; ihought lier? And, leaning from the th>or, looked otit Upon tin ino?Wlit watt r. Where whispers low went ami fro Aneut the keener'h daughter. ''Farewell!...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 February 1879

one dollar 'per annum. > GOD ^lISTD OXJjR COXJiNTTFlY. alwa.y8 in ADVANCE -. , , , m^nnjfmMK VOLUME TI FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1879. JUST OPENED ONE DOOR EAST OP 5>r. A. C. Duke'H Ittriig fitore, IJT TP. Gr. GA.NON Who wi'I keep constantly on hand h FUEL and COM PLETE stock of ill iiriZwairCf 11 ti ('it, n imp. <G?otEw of every description. Also all kindB of Repairing den? on tho ?hortest notice to Guns, Pistols, Locks, Umbrellas, and SEWING MAC 111NES Done up and Adjusted. J?e?y"All goods and work warranted to give, entire satisfaction in quality work manship and price. Thanking my friends for past patronage I hope to merit a continunce of the s.*.nie in the future. 1'. G. CANNON. sopt?S 187? ly ANI)J ;w AGO M" & ATTENTION to my Biwinc-?? of AKKSAGJE fli^I^?rvfJ, Aud will guarantee that my ? n:k iu thv future shall he asGUOD aH in the past forty years that i have been in the business. I have MKI>U)CKI> MY 1" TLZS. ?M To SUIT the TIMES, nnd if you will call o...

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 February 1879

MKIililOilAMt* & IJi'VAIiti.S. I'rupriettns STIhKS It. MKLIiEOfl Uli' Editor. Terms ol' Subscription* One Copy one Year.i'l Ol) " " Six jMonjhn. 70 Rates ol\ ?'tvQi tiKiiijR 0;*c S'jKtirc Ist fnatrtion.Sl 00 ICmkmikA^iH-nU ? ". 50 Jfoiicci ?nrpdcd in Local Column at 20c per LincS' i j !>.. : ,J ' ??I'/ Subscriptions and 'Ii andient Adcrrtt.ic menttmhhb? paid for m -Advance. ?i^f-'W.j 'a'n; in' 'i'o V. :\v i-.'-pon-il.K? 'tor Uic . Vi'owr <Trr opinions of mir Oorres'poti.d J-ntfl.^^1, ,?; i ? . KRIDAY, hT.ltRUAUY IM. tST'J. Jtfegro Suffrage. - Gow Hampton inA a letter to the H'?rJj^^Amtriean Jleview lakes strong pdsi?pn against the Northern ltepub licifns, who are talking about taking away from, the , negro the right to V?fc?fT and -advises a continuance of the suffrage, but the eYvatioU of the colored man''to its proper approcia tion4by education, by which he means iuo^l n ere' ] nrlu ulni'ly than intel leot^ml'training. G >v. Hampton h.u struck the right key.. The Repu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 February 1879

MlilililOHAMI' vV !.!??. AH?S. ftupriciHra KTIIiKS U. MKhldl'IJ \Mi* tiditnr. Terms of Subscription Chic Copy one )"?<ir.!?1 on . " " 4>'i? MoiUlm. 7-3 .^???Wi. ?I ft.-. '..... . ? .' .". Rates of Advertising One Sipiurc 1st fnstrlion.?l 00 J?.wJUSWi?fiw-iii. ? ". -r>0 h'o^ica ifu^kd in I,oc<d Column at 10 e />.-,? All Subscriptions owl Ti anstatt Ailrcrli.se inentombhn? pit id for ki Aden :??> .aYc" in' *iio way ri;'spo|isihlo 'lor the VifwS <Tr" opinions of olir Correspond- ? 1 KIpAV, f flllU'A UY 21. 1S7U. JMegro Suffrage Gow Hampton \w a letter to the Ror^h^vurican licview takes strong position Egailistthe Northern Repnb licijn.8, who are talking ahotit taking away from, the , negro the right to VoteiT and advises a c?nlinnanee of the suffrage, hut the e'l vntiott of the colored man'to itspropdr appreeia tion^by education, by which he means rooj^l'.-'n'Tre! rnriii ulnrly than intol leo^ml*traihing. G >v. Sainpto'i h.u struck the ri^ht key.. The Itcpnbli c...

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 February 1879

Tho Orangebiirg Times T-j O O A \ j Our Sunday Field Glass? Baptist Cnuucn?Rev. T. W. Mellichomp. Morning text: ''For what is your life ? It is even va pour, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanishcth away." Tho sub ject was treated under the following heads : 1st. That life is short; that it is represented here by the figure of a vapour, and elsewhere in the Bible as a span, a handbreadth, &o., all showing its extreme brevity. 2d. That life is evanescent; that m tho vapour vnnishcth away so man's life di?nppearoth suddenly: 8d In view of the br?Vity and evanescence of life it was our duty to improve every moment of it without procrastina tion in preparation for that lifo which endureth forever. Epihcopal Cuubcu?Rev. L, G. Gucrry. Morning text: "Ami it fell not for it was founded on a Rock." A rock aIfords the only true Mid ti liable foundation. Practical ejererit nee will kooik r or latter dis cover do ft t Is in every other. 1 he hilly country of Juden with iis at ti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 February 1879

mi. v-> ?? duped, that the l* itH.'dmcn's Bank established by the Republican party ostensibly for their benefit, as soon as its coffers got full of the hard car nod leavings of the colored people, broke up, und tho money disappeared. Tho Bank was established, man aged nud finally robbed by Republi can philanthropists. Nobody else is responsible. Mr. ISIlis, a Democrat, has now introduced a bill into Congress pro viding that the whole of the assets of tho Freedtnan's Dank shall be real ized within eight days, and appro priating two million dollars to pay the depositors or their representatives who are the eolored men and women of the South. The bill meets Democratic support, ' and, if impracticable at tins sossion , at .least at tho next roliefwillbo given to the colored people on this score, and the Democratic party will be put on record boforo the country BB< restoring to the ' nations wards," tho Colored- poople, tho money that tho Republicans stolo from them. No wiser strok...

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 February 1879

?^v ^^^^ ' ^^^^ " ^^^^^ # OrfE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. j OOiTaNW OTTPt^ COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME VI. FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 3^ 1879. ~~NUMBER^ Iii rn/Yh n JUST OPENED ONE DOOR HAST OK I>r. A. C. Duko'a Drug Store, TJ. Gr. CANON Vim will keep constantly <>n hand ;i I l" Id/and C< > d PLKTE stock ,,f ,11 itr?! wail'C, u tl <tj , n n us. And Nportiitg CiOO?m oi every description. AUo all kinds of Repairing done ?d the shortest notice to Huna, Pistols, Lock?, Umbrellas, and Sli WI N G IN T A C i 11 N ES Pone up und Adjusted. Bta>'" All good* and work warranted to give entire satisfaction in quality work manship ami price Thanking my friends for j>n^t patronage I hope to merit a continence <>f the same in the future. L\ U. CANNON. rapt 28 1878 ly carriages iT?G?Ies :w A G O N s ^^BSjyWS^tpBEwP' 1 am now giving s5flsj33E?^C&2inV mV i? i: kson a l ATTENTION to my Husinc?Kof AKKIA(ii: ItlAltlXfii, And will guarantee that my work in the future ?hall l&g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 February 1879

1VF f'V ? N'.Vrn?*. TT HI FS ...... \ . i:\ I , ;?!?..; im. MKLUCllAMi' \ KUWAHUS. Propriet?r?. STIL KS ::. OjlilCHAMi1 Kaitor. XevriiH v):' Kuosstiviption.? One C?;>2/ wit Year.$J 00 " " Six S'onlha. 7? Rates of Advertising. On* Sauare \M Insertion.$1 00 Aar A Subsequent " . 60 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c |W /?ine. ytH Subscription* and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. g*a>? We are in no way responsible for Che views or opinions of our Correspond ents. FRt DAY, FEDKU? UY 2S, L879. - The Fireman's Jubilee ! Silver Wedding of (lie Yonng Americas? Their '2">ih Annivcsary. Iu accordance with an annual custom, the Yottug America* cele brated their Anniversary on last Friday with a pa rail-j and appro* priatc festivities. They were escor ted by the Elliotts on the parade, an 1 the iwo companies prcsontc 1 a fine appearance on mir stro't;. The engine and truck weio both beauti fully decorated with flowers and evergreens, showing the c ore and inter...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 February 1879

Tho Oraxigebiirg: Times " _ 1 j O O A i7 March lNt To-morrow. \Yc hear of several cases of measles in town. Onion Soils? A. Fischer has just received a large supply which he is offering low down . ?irdlng? The boys and sportsmen of our Burg are bringing home fine lota of robins and cloves almost every day. ?- m m *m - Another Large invoice of goods just in at C. D. Kortjohn's auction house. A word to the wise, etc. Nlill Another August Fischer is putting up a small building next to the'TiMKs' office. Jt'o !?I <M*{ ? ia: v ? ? l'he inch in*, ncy of the weather and the attraction ol the Elliott Festival interfered with the Democratic Club meeting on Wednesday night ttickness ? A little daughter of Mr. II. C. Sheridan has been quite id, but we arc ghul on going to press to hear of its improving. A Collifiion Occurred on Tuesday between the Omnibus and Mr. Julius (Jlover's buggy. Fortunately nobody was hurt, but the buggy was seriously damaged. - -i ? *y ? Clov. Ilnniptoit'm E'arcwcl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 February 1879

The Tesl Oalh and Supervisors. The Gght has begun in Congress. In the House lust week the exciting questions of tin* abolition of .Supervi sors of elections, and the removal of the oath for jurors came up. The Republicans were load by Hale of Maine, who violently oppos od the measure*, and tried to provoke the Democrats to an excite ?1 discuss ion. The la ter however kept cool and foiled his purpose, .lodge Kel lcy of Philadelphia a Republican, look sides with the Ochiucruts. 11 is thought that the! upshot of cf _tl:i n alter will be thai the House ?will pass both bills, thai i?, the aboli tion of f-upi i \ 5h.js, ai.d4 the removal of t!i ! onth for jurors, but that (he Kennte will relit o to concur in the forme r, nnd '!:-..! finally the il ouse will recede from its posi i in. It iv/n:i!!(.U(l'ttluit tin v. Hampton v?ill si on marry the widow nl l'x Govcrnor I ". \V. V\t kens," in which case his col league CJen. M ('. Butler wil im her own words. DaLTIMOBE, Ml>., Fob. i?, um. li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 March 1879

ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. > GOD A.IS3T) OUR COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE iv. -i_x. scsaass_ VOLUME VI FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1879. NUMBER 4 I J JUST OPENED ONE DOOR ka3t Or Dr. A. C. Dnkc'ii Draff Store, jit *P. G. CAJNTOIISr Who will keep constantly on hand a I t l.l, and COM l'LKTK ?lock of illardwnre, it tl or jr, ii mi Hi And Sporting CioodB ol every description. AIuo mil kind* of Impairing done ?a the shortest notice to ?un?, l'ioiola, L*cks, Umbrellas, and SEW INCr M AC MIN ES P>on? up and Adjusted. Ja^fiTAll goods and work warranted to give entire satisfaction in quality work roanship anil price. Thanking my friend" for past patronage I hope to merit a continence of tlio Baue in the future. P. U. CANNON. ?ept2S 1873 ly CAIIKIAGES TUGG1ES A n d| ;W A <; O IS S I am now giving mv p K US ON A L ATTENTION to niy Ibisine** of AltKIAUi: MAKING, Aprl will guarantee that mv work in the futuro shall he as t>0OI) an in the past forty years that 1 hare heen in the business. I ha...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 March 1879

THE ORAKOKBUKO TIMES. IB8U?D EVERY FRIDAY MOHN I NO MELL1CUA&IP & BD WARDS) Proprietors. STILES K. MKLLK'HAMI* EditorT" Tei*m? of Subscrii^tion Ont Copy one Year.$1 00 " Six Month. 75 -:0: . . Rates of Advertising. On* So 1st Insertion.$1 00 Kaeh Subsequent " . 60 Nvticu instrltd in Local Column at 20c per Lin*. All Subscriptions und Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance* f?T" We arc in no wav responsible ior tho vier.? or opinion* of our Correspond kits. KR 1 DA Y, M A HOI 17, 1S79. Den ihn Mr. Abrain Dukes, an old and respected citizen, died at Iiis residence tu ar Brancbvillebf dropsy of the dust, outhcoth inst. The deceased Was a Maso;i in good standing, a useful mem ber, of the Church, tuid a va'ued and loved citizen, aud until) there are to i egret the extinguishment of his lamp of life. Our oldestcitizensare gener ally our best, and it is a melancholy thing to see them thus passing away. Mr. D?tes had nn rcthan half com pleted his threescore of years. Jt...

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