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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 12 September 1879

Garriaga Factory. The undersigned respectfully in forms the public that he is prepared to do nil Kind of Work in the above line 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, Aud GRIST MILL. All work in ibis line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited. july 25 II. RIGGS. P. a . Cffil ONE noon EAST OF I>r. A. C. I>ukc*s I>rus More. Who will keep constantly on hand gggSSKSi* :\ KUJ.Land COM PJ.KTK stock of ,11 aril ware, Cutlery, (?uns. I?ist<?Is, And Sport int4 Oootls oi every description. Tl con vo rn ? r>\j't n j ' loll J.i\ o JALJvIjI!j From the very best thaniifactq?riea just re eeived and for sali- low ihoflA. .Also all kinds <>f HC <*i?li'c nir ilonc on the shortest notice iJflRm-, Pistols, Locks, t"inhrcllas, and SBEf s j: \v i x (i :\ i a BL i n us Pone up and Adjusted. mjm\^^ JGhi>" All go...

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. — 12 September 1879

Carriage Factory. The undo reigned respectfully in forms the public that he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above line on the. shortest no tice and at Iiivin^ Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING MACHINES, Aud 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. RIGGS. ONE DOOR EAST OF I>r. A. <?. Duke's Drug Store. Who will keep on?timtly on hand KUJ/Land co.M PLKTKulock of ? a in ?m are, Oil lory, Gnus. EMsloIs. And Sportitig CSooiLs oi every description. FISHISG TACKLE From the very best manu factories just re ceived and for sale low <lo^^ Also all kinds of BS<>li|W8i,iiiir done on the slioiiot iic.ii.-r iifcU\.\\~. I'i-tol. Locks, Umbrellas, ami SEWING- MA Done up und Adjusted. 6ki>" AII goods and wirJ{ Jfarranted t< give entire satisfaction \rt /,{jdity worl munship und prieo. Thanking lay frien...

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. — 12 September 1879

TUN OHA NU KliUllU i IS1K8. i:tr>\ \ !> I V! t > ? I FJ)A Y ??.?lt> I JiKl.hiCiiA.V(r \ 1 lAYAllbS. I i\,\rt c.i.s. KTiiiks it. Ki:i.i?:t-:i \xv iitiiior. Tcrm? ol' Sttl>.*c'ripiioiL? One ( ' />;? i.?i<: }V?r. ;:1 00 *' " Alix Moni Im. 75 Hates of Advertising. Our Sonore \rt Insertion.SI 00 I'aeh tiubscmtenl " . -ri0 iXotices inserted in Locol Column at 20c per J.n.<'. . .1// Subscriptions ond 7'runricnt Advert ist' incuts to Li puidfur in Advance. ' ?VjV' We W> in im \viiy responsible for the or ,11? iol oio i.onoj'oiul Hit*. 1 BIDAY, M 1 I I M III It 12, lNT'.i. Ifce Ch?iU?(cn Licet.on. The rolltest for the mayoralty of C'bni 'isten h ( n s t<> lie waxing war in, ai:d it it u tin r unfortunate to wit ness po much eVeti? lien i"g even in the I'i nidi lie i: i.l s. 'I I c oil to <l so iy must he repeated that "indppe's. dinli in' is our pica I eil dangt r. From the speech or letter ol ( I. Gi?\cr published as early as July, whether justly or i ot,...

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. — 12 September 1879

Tlio Ornntre'bui'g Times l o o _a_ Xj ONJ*Y OX K LM> 1* I, A It For tlio 'J lmks for one year. New cotton is coining in ami now is the best time to subscribe. Our circulation has air cad y sur passed our most sanguine expecta tions, and every week btings us in a r.ew batch of volunteer subscribers. Rut we will take as many as come, ior while the dollar inn hardly do more i linn pay the expenses of inch sheet, the more rea Its wo have, the inure "value received" wi 1 we give to our advertisers. (hood Ti.m'm Arc coining and everybody looks happy. It IIII it W11J ? A horse runaway in low a on Satur day, creating et nsidcrable consterna tion among bystanders. Theodore liolui Is (j tiling a huge stock of goods vhiih he will siil at bottom prices. Go anil get bargains. JDind? Considerable dust has been kicked up in Orangeburg since the election. It has been almost suffocating for several days. Tue II us Came out on Saturday looking as bright as a spring morning. It has been painted and...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 12 September 1879

A Rule ol Lifo. tfnn UM i'l 1(0 hitiieoii iliileti'il I l< i!, i?i lower i ule ol lile t hau thai j which he himself observed. Nay, rulhcr oi l he put now life ami cm pirns is into ihe fundamental law of the decalogue as tho law of his own kingdom. For he compresses the ten commandments into that one rule of holy obedience and consecration, which he pressed home upon the heart, when be said, "Thou ?halt love the Lord thy Clod with a'l thy heart, and soul, and strength, and thy neighbor as I by self." Deeper than this we can not go for a foundation of religion; higher than this wc can not rise for a standard of li e; nothing broader, fuller, more complete, and final, can we have as a spirit and rule of consecration. It is the most spiri tual conception of religion that the philosopher can form, and at the fame time the most simple ami prac tical rule of piety that can be'given to a child. This principle, settle.I within the soul as the one aim ami law of its life, is the good trea...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 12 September 1879

A Rule ol Lifo. r himecli iliustra U<!, i i> lower line ol life than that which he himself ohscrveil. Nay, rulhcr oi l he put new life ami em phasis into the fundamental law of the decalogue as the law of his own kingdom. For he compresses the tea commandments into that one rule of holy obedience and consecration, which he pressed home upon the heart, when be said, "Thou ?halt love the Lord thy God with a'i thy heart, and soul, and strength, and thy neighbor as thy self." Deeper than this wc can not go for a foundation of religion; higher than this wc can not rise for a standard of li e; nothing broader, fuller, more complete, ai.d final, can wa have as a spirit and ruh? of consecration. It is the most spiri tual conception of religion that the philosopher can form, and at the same time the most simple ami prac tical rule of piety that can be.'gi ven to a child. This principle, settled within the soul as the one aim and law of its life, is the good treasure of the heart, out o...

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. — 3 October 1879

Carriage Factory. The undersigned respectfully in forms the public that he is prepared to do all Kind of Work In the above line on the shortest no lice and at Living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. I also have in full operation my FLANING AND MOULDING MACHINES, Aud GRIST MILL. All work in this lino done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited. jnly 25 IL RIGGS. T HE CLOCK, WATCHMAKER and repairer. ''Time anil tick/' hoth wanted are, Poi Wsl!c!s and Clock ami people here, If tick you need, or lime to ?et, ?Tust snUMter round to (Jhivictte. For twenty years anil two, he's spent In learning how Iiis arts to know, By special Providence he's sent To Orohgcburg that ait to show. If .1 Watch will keep no time, And if a Clock will give no tick, 'Tin just because you've missed lhi? line, "Which tells of good work, true an-1 quick. ii "our Watch will keep no time, <io tu T. DoChivictte; If your Clock willgdvenn tick.j (>...

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. — 3 October 1879

TliE UlMKtiEIiUKG TIMES. I mki i.ii !? v.Mr i i-inVAr.iis. ri^iiririu^ STILES K. MKLLIVIIAM1* Editor. rEei'iTif? of SiiDsci'ipbion? One Copy one Year.-"rl 00 "* Six Month*. 7") Kates of Advertising. Ovo Sonore \st Innertion.?1 00 Aach Subsequent " . 50 Xotice.t inverted in Local Column at 20c. per Jjinc. . All ^ubseriptionn and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance We are in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspond Hits. J HI DAY, OtToilKK =!, 1879. The State Debt. The decision of the Supreme Court lias at last been rendered on this im portant subject, which we trust will put an end to all agitation of the qucsitQii in the future, it is the ver dict of the Supremo Tribunal of i In state, and, although it dees not give either to the bond holders oi' the State what was asked, it should b ? re ?garded as conclusive, ami unquestion able. It has been rendered with great ability and carries conviction along with it. Tho judgment of the ('< url < f...

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. — 3 October 1879

Tho Orangeburg Times L O C J? L A Splendid Chance? For the benefit of our readers, wo bave effected nu arrangement by which we can afford to offer tho Charleston Weekly News and tho Orangeburg Times together for the exceedingly moderate sum of S'2 50 cash in advance for a ycat. The Times which gives all the County news and carefully condens ed local reading matter, which every farmer in the County must have, and the Weekly Nctrs, acknowledged to be the best paper in the South, con taining the cream of the Daily "News' and Courier," is, by this ar rangement, offered fur only 50 cents more than one of the paper* costs. It is giving two papers for almost one price. Those who huve already subscribed to the Times will only have 81 50 to pay iu order to leap the advantages of the arrangement. As you come in ?with your cotton stop at our ollicc and make the best investment of your life for the good of your family and the education of your children by furn ishing them with the largest quant...

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. — 3 October 1879

Fur tjic Oranguburg Timrs. Our County Fail. Juiitoi' Cront/rbuiu/ Tim< < : The Sixth Annual Exhibition of the. Orungeburg Agricultural an 1 Mccbntical Association will be held in the town of Orangcburg, com mencing on Wednesday 30th Oct. and closing Friday 31st. Ornngcburg County justly claim-; to be ono ot the first in tlio State i.i her productions. She has the finest bui'ding, gave the State building, for her Exhibition, The President is a man finde fatigablc exertions. He has been the leader of an] Agricultural .-society for many years, lie has taught many valuable lessons to the farmers o f this County. He tenches by exnmp'e. When the Society becomes fatigu sd discussing agricultural quo>tt ins oi* interest, he refreshes us with rich and mellow wine, lie proposes to make tin Fair of '7D a complete 'success, lie has succeeded in making every Fair held a success, as far ns^articlcs uxhW J bitcd were concerned. Adver e sea- | sons or some other causes , have inter- I fcre...

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. — 10 October 1879

ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM.} GOD ./V NTD? OTJK COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME VI FRIDAY MOKNING. QCTjQBER 10, 1879. NUMBER ? < F. DeMARS, A gt. under MASONIC HALL FricndH ami Co"?<nmcu attend! f)o not wait until jou spend "l^verv cent in places dear, ?flake DkMARS your (jrocer here ! Ask him for his H AMS so nice, Running at the LOWEST PRICE! Stop aim try his Flour so tine, Cheese, and ALL things in his lino I Have some BUTTER sent around? Every man should have a pound 1 A,ul if you'd feel well and aide, l*uthis MACKEREL on your Table ! Oood are all things in his Store, Reason cannot nwk for more ! 0?ly try his LIQUORS rare? (Jan't be equal led any where ! Kvcry man who knows DkMARS, Rushes for his good Segarol Jn his Sample Room they fly, i?very time that they are dry! Some thing tells them UK'S the man ! And he always lends the van ! ^fever yet did he retreat,? JJon't you know he can't be beat? J,ook within his Store so grand, fn his liar-Room?near at hand; Auestion him and von...

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. — 10 October 1879

TK ORAISGEIlURU TiaiEcS'. issuiii) i vi i:y Friday morning MELI ICH.UIP& KUWAUDS, Proprietors. STHdiS II. MKLLU'ILUIP Miter. Terms of Subscription* (hie ( ''<}?J one. Yrttr.$1 00 " " Six Month*. 7ti -:o: Hates of Advertising. nvr Stpiore 1st Insertion.SI 00 Koch Subsequent " . ?0 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20r per jilir. AH Subscription* und Transient Advertise theuts tu l>e paid for in Advance. '. ts?r" ^* ">re in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspond mm ,,1'KIDAY, OCTUBKK 10, 1870. The muddle in Charleston. In order that our readers may havo ns lull an understanding ?s possible of the political muddle in Charleston in reference to the Mayoralty we will give nil the information we havo as gathered from both sides. The Democracy of this city seems to bo divided into two factions, the Courtenay and Sale, led by tho i respective candidates for the o.'Hco of | Mayor. The "News find Courier" seems to favor Capt- Courtenay, and the ''Democra...

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. — 10 October 1879

Tho ?yangeburg Times LOC A. Xj_ TAKE YOUR CUOtCE Bctwcen the | Times at $1.00 for a yea?-; or the Charleston Weekly Neioa and Ihe Times clubbed together for $2.50. This gives our farmers as much reading matter ns they 'can digest during the week, at the cheapest rales c\cr vet'offered. Looli Out Frank Slater's buggies will be here soon, i Rare bargain* will bo offered Horum? W. M. Sain will receive a car load of fine horses in a day or two J ook out for them. A Fine Yield Mr. J. W. II. Dukes has made 130 gallons of syrup from the sorghum cane on h half acre Int. A Chinas' To buy a good buggy will be given by Mr. B.Fiank Slntcrjn a few days. hove your money. -- Mm ?.?<??? Appolntmcutu? .lohu T. Williamson and Wm. L. Ehney, of the Fork, and Edward Carroll, of Branohville,^ havo t been appointed Trial Justices. Tue Itnin This week has been very accepta ble. Besides its benefits to the farm, the laying of the dust was no incon siderable item, Mad I>og? Mr. Julius Edwarde killed a ...

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. — 10 October 1879

The Good flirr of a Profession. Thousands of poople everywhere will acknowledge the justness ol the following tribute to a certain profes sional class: Th, Joinih/ Phyrinan.? 11c is hut a man; be pursues a science,founded on shifting sands; his work is largely experimental, and in many places he gropes in a more than twilight gloom. But to our ignorant hclpfeissness his limited knowledge seems 10 be the clear sight of a god, his slightest averment a thing to treasure i?p and consider carefully for its storo of truth, his decision an affair as immu table as the laws of the Universe. I f wo die, wo cling to his hand as we step into the dark river, while he is like the comforting rod and staff of the Scripture; if we live, we feel as through his determination an 1 b : cause of his effort. Not that we ignore, b / any means, the great and merciful Power.behind him; but wo recognize him as the agent of that Power, who has put into his hands, as it were, the issues of birth ami the grave. ...

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. — 17 October 1879

ONE DOLLAR PKR ANNUM. f GOD AND OUR COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME VI FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1879 NUMBER f.6 F. DeMARS, Agt. UNDER MASONIC HAUL FriendB and Conntryuien attend! Do not wait until ion spend "Kvcrycent in place? dear, Jtyf akc- DeMABS your (Srocor here ! Ask him for his HAMS su nice, Running at the LOWEST I'RICEl Stop and try Iiis Flour so tine, Cheese, and ALL things in his lino! Have some BUTTER sent around? Every man should have a pound I A nd if you'd feel well and able, Put his MACKEREL on your Table ! CJoort arc all things in his Store, Reasdh cannot ask for more! Only try his LIQUORS rare? Can't be equalled any where ! Kvery man who knows DkMAHS, Rushes for bin good ^egars! Jn his Sample Room they fly, 1<* very time that they are dry ! Some, thing tells lhum HE'S the man ! And he always leads the van ! ^fever yet did he retreat,? X^on't you know he can't be beat? J^ook within his Store so grand, In his Bar-Hoora?near at hand; Question him and you will ...

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. — 17 October 1879

ONE HOLLAH HKR ANNUM. )? GOD .A-lSTD OT7R COUNTRY. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE VOLUME VI FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER i7% 1879. NUMBER ?6 F. DeMAXtS, Agt. UNOER MASONIC HAUL FriemlH and C'onntryiucii nllcud! f)o n?? wait until jotl spend livery cent in places tlear, J\Jake DeMAKS vour Grocer her?! Ask him for his HAMS so nice, Running at the LOWEST PRICE] '.Stop and try his Flour so line, Cheese, and ALL things in his line ! 1|are some liCTTElt Bent around ? Every man should ha\^ a pound ! And if you'd feel well and able, Put his M ACKEREL on your Table ! <*ood are all things in his Store, Reason cannot nsk for more I Only try* his LIOJTOKS inrc? Can't be equalled any where ! Every man who knows DeMAKS, Rushes for bib good Segars! In his Sample Room they fly, livery time that they are dry ! Some thing tells thjjjui HE'.S the man ! A"d he always leads the van ! 2^ever yet did he retreat,? JJon't you know he can't be beat? J,ook within his Store so grand, |n his Bar-ltoom?near at hand; <Jue~ti...

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. — 17 October 1879

THE OltANGEHMlG TIMES. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY. MORNING MBLLIG1IAHP & EDWARDS. Proprietors. STILES It. ilKLhlCHAMP Kditor. Terms of Subscription* One. Copy one Year.$1 00 " " .SVx Marths. 75 -:o: Kates of Advertising. One Smtare 1st Insertion.?1 00 Knelt Subsequent " . 50 Notices inverted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be jKi'id for in Advance. " JUS?" We arc in no way responsible for the viewn or opinions of our Correspond ents. FK1I > A Y f?CT?li K K 17,1079. Party. Tarty is an organization or combi nation of men, who, although they differ ou minor points, concur on the main principles, and unite for the achievement of great ends, which could not bo accomplished individu ally. That it is an evil will hardly bo denied; but it seems to bo an evil necessary to our political surround ingfi, and conipsnsates iu a great measure by its results. Under its existence our freedom of action is necessarily curtailed, and individu ality is...

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. — 17 October 1879

The Orajxgeburg; Times LOCAL TAKE TOUR CHOICE Between the Times at $1.00 for a year; or the Charleston Weekly Newt and the Timeb clubbed together for $2.50. This gives our farmers as much rending matter as they enn digest during the week, at the cheapest rates eter yet.oftered. Wow's If our Chance To buy a No. 1 buggy cheap. B. Frank Slater can suit you. The Great eat Paper In the United States is the New York "Herald," which is independent in all things. - ?ara?*??o??? Beef, Vegetables and fish can be had at Marion Jncksou's iu rear of postoflico at all times. Tilden Is the first Democrat who h.\- been elected President siuce Buchanan; and yet the bouth is trying to kill him. A Xnughty Lawyer? Wni. B. Bonner, au attorney of Galveston, recently shot and killed J. "Wheeler, editor of the "Banner" of that city. Popular? The White Sewing Machine has become m> popular that Henry Kohn has engaged one mau to attend to that alone. ?Uno? Sw?rd Can be bad at Mrs. Oakman's during Fair week...

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. — 17 October 1879

Hancock as a Nominee. We do not like to cherish animos ity, and when wo consider the fact that Gen. Hancock did much to re lieve the -Buffering of the Southern |>eople, and when again wo think of his noble conduct towards tho op pressed people of New Orleans, we can but praise him and wish him well. But his conduct in the Surratt trial will stand as a scar upon his name not to be erased. She paid a penalty not just or right. She went to her grave without evidence sufficient to convict, arid it is now an established fact that her so-called legal hanging was noth ing less than a murder. The name of Andrew Johnson, Senator King of N. Y., W infield Scott and Hancock are too closely connected with this mur der to be forgotten, and this must for ever preclude bin? from being Presi dent. Bayard, not Hancock.?C??i tlcn Journal, What I Would Do ? If I were possessed of the most valuable things in the world, and were about to will them away, tho following wouhl.be my plan of distri bution ...

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. — 24 October 1879

F, D elf ARS, ?gt. UND KU MASONIC IIAL.fj Friends :m<l (.'?miilryiiieii attend! T)? not wait until tou spend "10 very conl in places dear, ftflake DkMAHS vmirOrucor here! Ask him for Iiis IlAMSso nice, Running at the LOWEST PRICK! Stop mill try his Fluur so line, Cheese, and ALL things in Iiis line! l|nvc sonic ItUTTKR sent aruuml ? Every man should have n pound ! A"d if you'd feel well and able, Put his MACKEREL on your Table ! CSeod are all things in Iii? Store, Reason cannot ask for more! Only try his LIQUORS rare? ^'an't be equalled any where ! Every man who knows PkMAIIS, Rushes for his good Segsirs! \n his Sample lfoom they fly, |?1 very time that they are dry! Something tells them HE'S I ho mm ! And he always lends the van ! Jfvvvr yet did he ret rest,? T>on't yon know he can't he beat? JLook within his Store?? grand, fn his Ihn*-1 loom?near a' hand; OueKtion him and von will sec? UNDERSOLO ?H"Kf AN SOT HE! ()h ! wait not till you are wiser, Reason points to Mr. KISKR, ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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