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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 8 August 1879

! THE OHAMiKmJKU TIMES. I88UKD.FVEKY Fill DAY MOKMNO UKI.LIC1IA3U' & KOWAlii^.i'iopritIqvh. STHiKS R. 311)1,1,K'llAMl* Editor. Terms of Subscription* One Co)>u one Ycixr.$1 oo "* Six Months. 7? -:o: Rotes et' Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.?1 00 J:'arh Subsequent ". oO I I.VoO'cts inserted in Local Column at 20cper Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ment.- to be paid for in Advance. Ss?f" We arc in no way responsible for the view a or opinions of our Correspond fnts. FRIDAY, At M ST 8, IST9. Education. Wc are glad to see- that there is more interest manifested on this sub ject all over the State than has been for years. The schools are better patronized, and all Becm to bo aroused to tho importance of training tho youth of the laud. Even as an iuvostrreut it is begin ning to be realized that nn education is tho best legacy that a parent can letiTc bis chihl. For'ones ( hange, and the rich of this generation become the poor of ?be next, and k> on accordi...

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. — 8 August 1879

The Oi'Miigolmrj?; Time LOCAL r inc Horses and Mules Mr, Ed, Shilor will receive a line lot of these useful animals on next Tuesday. Mr. F. A. Scliiffloy Has his Photo Canvass up, au 1 is prepared for work again. Give hi in a call. For Sale A desirable Houe and Lot in thi-s town. For particulars apply to ibis ollicc. Home Again? Messrs. F. S. Dibble and W. B. Thompson are back again from their up country trip looking as fresh as mountain rt SCS. CO* for I lie S?rth? Messrs. Webb Bull and J. C. Pike start for the North on Tuesday to lay in stock. We wish them a pleas ant tt t d profitable trip. Queleciuefois Jlas favored us this week with a letter from the mountains which cools us to read, lie promises soon an ac count of a trip over the Air Line. Ferstoiis Who left their School Claiau with the Investigating Committee to ascer tain the County Indebtedness can get them by applying to W. F. IIutsov. Y. M. C. A.? The Sunday afternoon services of this Association will be held at the room...

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. — 8 August 1879

-tow Escape from Death. fr. Robert G. Pillow (son of tho v ral l'illow) who is now run :t plantation in Arkansas, had row escape from death not long .i>-'<\ Accompanied by Aleck, 0110 .if colored men on tho place, ho was onl bunting a wild bog that bad ii the vieLiity. Mr l'illow had ud A lock had aimed himself t bottle filled with whiskey, g was found and shot, and as Mr. Pillow went up to the ng animal, au immense cotton snake, whoso bite is fatal as of a rattlesnake, fastened his on the calfofb'n leg. As his .. know Bob is not easily fright in ?!. lie took in the situation in a .til. and instead of exhibiting , he turned to his companion tpiielly remarked: "Aleck, I 1*11 try a little of that whiskey ' w." whiskey being considered an a lible remedy. He poured every i p down his throat without stop i ing to venture any remarks 113 to its qualify. Then, shouldering hisgiin, he rapidly walked to the house, a l all mile distant, w here he drank I he ?:nti ills of three ordinary ...

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. — 15 August 1879

Carriage Factory. Tho undersigned respectfully in forms the public that he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above Hue on the shortest no tice and at Living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING MACHINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited. july 25 H. RIGGS. Pu a. ONE DOOR EA8T OF Dr. A. C. Duke's Drug .Store, Who will keep constantly oh hand n FULL and COM i PL KT K stock of _.11 :t r?I Wit ro. ^ Cutlery, (?11118, Pistol*. And Sporting CioodH of every description. FISHING TACKLE From the very liest manufactories just re ceived and for sah' low down. AIko all kinds of Repairing done on the shortest notice to Guns, Pistols, Locks, (JnibrcllaH, and SEWJ N Or M A CI 11X12 S X>one up and Adjusted. |tQy"All goods and work warranted to give entire satisfaction in quality work numship and price. Thanking ovy friends fo...

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. — 15 August 1879

THE OUANCEBUKG TIMES. ISM I T) FVKRY FI.IDAY MOKMKCJ MKhldCliAMI & KDWAUUSi Proprietors. STILES It. MELLIGHAMP Etlitor. TfM'ins oi' Siibeoi'iptiori? Out Owy one Year.$1 00 " " Six Months. 75 Kotos of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.St 00 Iiach Subsequent " . nO r Notices inserted in Locol Column at 20r per Line. All- Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. JJW We arc in no way responsible foi the views or opinions of our Correspond Hits. FrIDAyT At (.1ST ].., 1S7U. Orangeburg. Ina material point of view Orange burg hns made rapid strides since tbo i\nr, nnd ban kept well npaec with lier sister towns in the State. Phoenix like, she has twice risen from her nshes, and stands forth grandly to day as an exemplar of energy and enterprise. Where but a few years ago the honest toiler drove his plough and plied his hoc, spacious streets arc lattling with the bustle ol trade, and the smoke of happy cottages grace fully curls towards the heavens. Withi...

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. — 15 August 1879

The Or?rigebxirg Times J j OCA Tj The l*ump nud Fire Well By the Engine House have been overhauled and repaired. See Change In advertisement of Mr. l?\ Do llars. Tickets For the Old Fol Ices Concert can be had at all the Drug Stores. The Fair - We have received the "descriptive pamphlet of our next Fair which takes place on the 2 Hb of October. Tho Weather Took a must delightful change on Saturday, and it has bei,? e.io! ail pleasant for several days. Mr. Comelson'S Ileflnnry Is Hearing completion, the machin ery now going up It will soon bo ready foi action. Horses ais?i IMuIew? B. Frank Slater, Esq , returned to Orangeburg today with a splendid lot of stuck, fresh from the West.. Itcntciuher The examination of Teacher j on August 22d for female applicants, aud on August 23rd for male appli cants for all grad?r. I>r. F. II? Murray Is building his new house on the public road near Mr. J. W. 11. Dukes',an eligible position overlook ing the Railroad. Nor tit ward e5*>?sn<I ? ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 15 August 1879

??Strengt hy" Talk About "Lengthy." Judge. Prcssly as an Blyuiologist. Dining the court last week one at torney referred to another's speech as being "lengthy," qualifying the ex pression by adding, "if such a word is good English." Judge Prcssley remarked, "It is not good English. You had as well say'bieadthy'for broad as 'length >' for long." ? AI ir berry UeraUl. The above little circumstance has created quite a stir among the brethren of the quill throughout the State. The Beaufort "Crescent." ta?es issue with Judge Presslcy, and de cides in favor of "lengthy." The Abbeville "Medium" we '.hink, agrees with the Judge. While Judge Prcssley is a capital Judge of the law, we think we can quote some very ancient ami distin guished authority against his ju lg mout in etymology. Gibbon wrote bo fore the Judge was born,in 17Go\ubuut "lengthy aud original dissertation-." Lord Byron in 181a* spoke of "some lengthy additions;" and Thomas Jcflctson discourses of 1 details too lengthy." W...

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. — 22 August 1879

Carriage- Factory. The undersigned respectfully in forms tlie public that be is prepared to do all Kind of Work iu the above line on the shortest no tice and at Living Prices. IIORSKSIIOHING done in the best possible manner. J also have in full operation my PLANUNG AM) MOULDING MAC II INKS, Ami GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited. July 25 II. IM GGS. p , a. onk noon east OF I>r. A. C. Duke's Drug Store, Who will keep constant I v <vi hand y-1^> i' FULl/nnd CO.M I'bHTK stork of i-/rfTT^W 11 Pistol*. Ami Sporting <j!ootls of every description. FISH IS G TACKLE Prom the very beat manufactories just re ceived and for Halo low down. Also nil kinds of Repairing done ?on tlie shortest notice to <!iiu-. 1'istoln, Locks, Umhrellas, and S EWJ NO AIA C1 I I X KS iDonc up and Adjusted. fi*?r' All gooefs ami work warranted to jjive entire satisfaction iu quality wovk tnnriship and price. Thankin...

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. — 22 August 1879

'I HE OHA N(iEI5l)K(ji TIMES. IHSl'l :> I VKllY KltJDA.V MOIININO MKIiliiniA.V.r iiUWAUUS, Proprietors. STihKS n. MKhhiciiAihT editor. 'Poi'iTi? of Stiljsc.ii\ipt;ioiL? 0?l! J'"f;-.Si 00 " " Six Month*. 75 -:<t: Hales of Advertising. dm Stptare 1st Insertion.?1 ' 1 Koch Suhsetpit nt " . i Notices inserted in ImcuI Column at per bine. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise' min!.! to be. paid for in Atlrttuce. Jj*?" We lire in nu way responsible for the views or opinions of our Uorrespond Mils. I Ul DAY, At (ilS'f 22, 1870. Corruption and the Remedy. To us the moil n) palling tendency of llic politics of tli3 day is the ilog uiJatinn of public morals. \Y heilet ho rising generation witness li e political trickery to which so called respectable ini u sloop, can we be astonished ul the clfccUs lipon their (I r iacl?r, and hence upon the lone of society? We Fiiy so (ailed respecta ble ii cii, became we do not refer to the tiulj honorable, but to a class of ir.cn who arc general...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 22 August 1879

Tho Orangeburg Times L O C ^ L For Mayor J. W. MOSELEY. For Aldermen J. S. A LB EKG OTT I. J. G. DICKSON. W. M. SAIN. JOSEPH STRAUS. lie v. J. 1>. ?. ltroivii la spending a time, with his wife, at Glonn Springs. The IfioolM Of the pine trees taken up on Railroad Avenue ought to ho re moved. Town Election Ou September 9th. Registration on the three days 'previous. Sec notice. 3Iaj. A. Ii. KiMMvItoii Is about to start on a short visit to Iiis relations in Wisconsin. Wc wish him a pleasant trip and safe return. Our HoadM? The communication on another page in this issue signed "Riad Worker" contains some suggestions to which we call attention. At Mayor's loiirt On Wednesday Barbary Wright Avas fined S? for keeping a disorderly house; and Miley Hancock $5 or ton days in jail for fight ing. jpeter Chiiuuh Has in a new , and excellent assort ment of pistols, guns, cartridges Ac, which he is selling at reasonable fit? ures. Give him a call. Old Anliocu? We received too late for this issu...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 22 August 1879

And Mill Another. The Alkuin, Ga., "Di: | tit eh" an 1 < ttlU i a Geh, ?I? i USi 11 I ??' ' ' " i' .. . (ion ?>i the ii'ifii on i iitv.vt ti m the lower tier ol coun Ki .-, and lo which Gen. Ilngood bo longs. The upper counties will cer tainly) iuiin that place, however much ihrv may bo willing to e ompiomisi lie iu\t place mi the 'i.-I.et lot he lover connliy; Gen. Ilngood is every imh a too iir, and is riiill} a most excellent man, bul he lacks the quuii ty lo enthuse Mo is too c< Id. lie has never attracted around him any wann and ardent admirers, however much he deserves emotion. The next cam paign which, will be divested of all Radical int< if ?renc' , will n iv (rthe1 o is require candidates whom the people must feel arc in accord with their material adv'tuiccim m, and lo whom their uuquulifi I .1 ?? ! li o will 1 tendered n< : 1 1 a trumpet with 11 |:l)( ci tain si 1 1 W't can never a :i expect to sec unot Ii r Hampton. Per haps Gary would eon hexi 'n Mm in aro...

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. — 29 August 1879

Carriage Factory. The undersigned respectfully in fo uns the public that ho is prepared to do all ISind of Work in the above line on Ihn shortest no tice and at Iflivln^ Prices. HORSISSIIOEING done in the best possible manner. J also have in lull operation my PLANUNG AND MOULDING MAC HIKES, And GRIST M ILL. All work in ibis line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share ol the public patronage is solicited. july 25 IL RIGGS. P. Or. OA oiffu noon east ok I>r. A. C. Duk?'s I>rii? Store, ^?^Pj^r>^- W,,? w5,l keep ? Vs-v- f?^''1\?^' constant I v on hand _^^^^ '.;^%><< a 11 1.1/:mil COM /^^^V^S^T I'LI/ri; stock of ^ ^?swt.v^ Ami Sporting CioottM ol every description. FISllliSG TACKLE From the yory best niiutnfactoruM jusl re ceived :uni lor sale low down. Also ail kinds of Kcpitiriltg done on the shortest notice to thins, 1'istols, J.oeks, Cmhrellas, and SKYA'I NG MAC IT IN i-:s J)onc up and Adjusted. jQAll ^'ouil- and work warranted to ?zivc entire satisfacti...

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. — 29 August 1879

'! I'M (JHAKCKHL'IUi 'i J V. KS. ISSUKI) i Vi ItY I 1:11?A V MOItMXU MKIiLU'llAMl' i\ KPWAUItS, I'l-ojnirtors. STILUS Ml-i Id. It'll AMI' Either. Term.-: <>!" SuljstM'ij>t.ioTL (.'?/i C'?)?y one ) .?.-1 do " "' Sir Month*. 75 Kates of Advertising. Oiic. fSi[iiart. Ist In? et im?.?1 00 ICdch Subsequent " . 50 yrntices inserted in Local Volumn nfSOe.jMT ./???<*. .1// Subscriptions arid Transient Advertise went* In be naiit for in Adcttnec* Je,.' Wo air in m> \v:iy responsible for tlsC views or opinions (.four Correspond hus. 1 Ul DAY, AlCl'ST 'JO. I87y. Riuf in California. Ki v. .1. S. Knila< h, die work in \ lm n's caiulttluto for Mayor >l ^ui l'iam i-ico, lias Uu n liol Uv Charles .DcYoung, editoi of the "Chronicle" oi that city, 'j he tragedy grow out of the fact tlai 1 hsYouiijj wrote a scathing c li torial showing up Kullnch's blsiek re I <ord. Kallach nexl called au im mciisu meeting of working men at which he reiul a letter terri lily ha Hucaringthc char...

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. — 29 August 1879

Tlio Oranjselmi'g Time T, O O X T, For Mayoi' J. \V. MOSELEY. For AKlevmen. .1. S. ALBERGOTTL J. C, DICKSON. \V. M. SAIN. JOSEPH ISTHA US. Cotton ]s 1 cgiiw.ing lo < nine in. Tli? RniiiH Arc damaging ihc opening oott. m and mining u largo (juan'.Uy of foil der. Fragrant :>;i?l ItefreshlnK? C uiicutu soap lor nil >k n discuses, tl;c toilet, bath und nursery. For gale by I)r J. <?. Watinaniakor. A New Slore W ill open lo-tuoriow at the R. R. corner t>\ Mr \V. II. Svliifllcy. \Yc hope he will nueeoe 1. Mr. II. I ratal*. :??!:?,?. r Is now si lling what is pronotiunced to bo one ol the best lots of nninmls ever brouglit into this market. A Free Ijeelare? Fresidenl .). L. .lion s, of Cohnnnia Female College, will deliver a lecture oil l( n ale (dii ation, I his cv< ning at the Methodist (Jhtiroh . A Cheap KxeiirMioii To the *? <Jity by the Sea" i-* ;i Iver tised by the S. C, R R , to commence on Monday, September 1st., and hist lias I) en cstablidied IV >m \V. J. ...

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. — 29 August 1879

Six Acres Better Than Fifty. All fiver our \> .!?>???'.sij r.iiV- , ? ..... [tiiiiu.i) eMail crops frbin large] fields. Tithe, labor anil capital arc sunk in fruitless I oil. Is there not a )i< tier way ? An < xl rat L from a !>"L tor lo tl.e editor fr?mi tin: Uov. .J. N Oleen, Bockdule County, Georgia, SUggUfetS the answer. Mr. Gleen Kays: "In 1827 5>2 I was intimate in the family ol Mr. William Hudson, Han cock County, Georgia. I often ob tcrved a six acre lot, u|on which he raised cveiy > ear a line crop of wli tat. Tin: crop ol 18'?2 was the very bod J wheat 1 ever .-aw. lOmpiitinginto the secret ol'his success, he told ii) ?, in sub.1 lar.ee. thai ho had sown wheat in that lot for over twenty one yea; - in ruccc&sinn. W ben h< liegnii with ii the html was worn, and thin. The secret ol il.- redcin] lion and surpris ing pfodiiclivi iicss was, thin be be l by f pleading ovir it. in June, a I heavy coaling ?( manure front hi - gin I und horse lot, pro)&g...

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. — 5 September 1879

ONE DOLL All PER ANNUM. r GOD A.TSTD OXJjR COXJTSTTI^Y. ALWAYS IN ADVANn? VOLUME VI FRIDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 5, 1879. NUMBER 30 Carriage Pactorj. The undersigned respectfully in forms the public that he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above lino on the shortest no tice and at Z?iving Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING MACHINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in this lino done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited. july 25 H. RIGGS. "P . Offli ONE DOOK EAST OF 3>r. A. C. DiiKCh Drug .Siore, Who will keep constantly on hand n FULL ami COM PLKTK stock of .Harri ware, Cud cry, Gnus, IMhIoIs. And Sporting CiOotlH of every description. FISIIliSG TACKLE From the very host manufactories just re ceived and for sale low down. Also all kinds of It {'pairing done on the. shortest notice to Chins, Pistols, Locks, Umbrellas, ami SEWING MACHINES Done up and Adjusted. J5SaJ...

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. — 5 September 1879

?! V 01! ' Mil-Ill''I niMS. . . .i.. ... Aih ci-tishig. dm Square 1st Insertion.?1 00 y-.'i'c// Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in T,e.eat win at '20.- per Line. Ail Subscriptions and Transient Kildvcetise im til,: it> he paid fur In Advance. ? ..' We-sire in no way responsible for Ihr views er opinions of our Correspond ents. I Klh.W, SKPTI Mit Kit 5, 1875). Cur luLlic School Sysiem. An r.ddrcss delivered ril Ai>l>c ville 1>\ M r. W. C Penot on the above subject has excited consider al>lc com men I on account of Us origi nality indepi ndencc and power. lie reviews ^ cry frankly the do fiele na well us the advantages <?l the system. Among die delects lie mentions il.e lowering ol the* standard of edu cation, the loss of individuality, and ihi Ii mit ix \ to communism. regard to our ?State system lie thinks that ii is nol :i !apt< <l in the ( cmlilibn of "our people, and there fore necessarily very imperfect in >\ iie of the great improvemo it- uf our ab...

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. — 5 September 1879

TIig Oi'aiijLrolmvy: Time* fi O C A I j For A! ayoi' J. W. MOSELEY. Foi* Alclevirieri J. S. ALBERGOTTI. J. G, DICKSpN. W. M. SAIN. JOSEPH STRAUS. Mr. Copes AV i 11 bo. at Coibeltsville on September 3()tb. See lintieo. ? i ? ?? - A I aiM ) Fair? We uro informed that the Ed is to Rides have in view a Fancy Fair about the middle of next mouth. Only One Dollar For the Tl.Mi.fs lor one year. Sob scribe and be posted in the .news of the day. Tltnf.S 115 i;; hi - Council i- now eiigag' <I in having the road to the depot worked and leveled A railirg is also suggest nl along the. Railroad. con raising? Wti were very much gratified at the opening of the schools on Mon day. The prospect, seem-; to be brighter than usual. Dr. E>uk< s" Store And residence on Main and Mar ket streets is nearly completed, an 1 presents an attractive Iront. Such buildings improve our town. Attention Is called to {ho communication of ''Red Cat.-'' inanother coin* n, which gives the ligures in the cultivatio...

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. — 5 September 1879

Free School Teachers. The Hoard of Conntv Pohord V\x tuiii iig cui ttlicaics : F'iist Grade? Males?J. 13. O'Neal 1, Uolloway, A Elliott Darby, William \V Smoak, Johu U Mack, Edward II Ilou.sor, Ihaddctis K Sasportas Ilderton W B. wnmn, William G Evans, Lewis G Inabnit, II O Frede? lick, M E Gardner, ,1 L Humbert, .lohn L Williams, G W IMolcau, John J Mays, Charles .1 Sasporlaa. First Grade.? Females?Mrs. Su san E Albergotti, Miss Ju'ia R Jen iiev, Miss Lynie Richards, Mrs. Jcwella S Thomson, Mrs. M ECald tvcll, Mrs. Julia A Livingston, Mrs b'arnli A Humbert, Miss Ella Rlake, Mrs. Mary E Whetstone, Mrs. Anna E Livingston, Miss Sarah E Middle ton, Miss Frances R Kdwards, Miss Mary 11 Reel; with. ?Pccond Grade?Males?Ruller K II Kieps, F Marion Green, Hamilton M Miller, John A Stokes, Raul D Jefcont, Alexander S Iliblcr, Vandy I) Bowman, William G While. l?cn jamin O Evans, Thomas W Haiglcr, G T Laniuels, Hardy I) Edwards. Set ond Grade?Females?Miss Melissa Y Wolfe, Miss Mary Jessie Smi...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 12 September 1879

oNE ik)l,.a1! pkr annum. > CiOl^ AND OUR COUNTRY. always ik advanv, VOLUME VI FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1879. NUMBER 31 Carriaga Factory. The undersigned respectfully in forms the public that, he is prepared to do nil Kind of Work in the above line on the .-hortest no tice and at Living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. J also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING. MACHINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited, july 25 IL RIGGS. P, Or. CAlmM ONE POOR EAST Of I>r. A. C. Dukc*s Drug Store. Who will Keep constantly on hand W&S&fr ? RILL and t O M ^feSSSSfc^ I'LKTK stock of ^StK^T^M)? IH :i ?*<? \Yi\ H*o, f^^^P^?LfC^) < it t lory, tfi^t^W?*' Hunts. *r:<ff,3??2*^ JN^V Pistols, Ait<l Sporliiif; O'ootls oi every description.. FISITT2SG TACKLE --. . *. rroin the very best manufactories just re ceived and for sale low doJKL Also all kinds of B...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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