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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 20 February 1880

Taking Advantage o? ff<vja*p> j Yvr;.'. I I C i t.' V the Other d.t\ to look after j ?v.'Mm' p'oidtry ::<>i stuqk 'ii .1 .no ? iioiej although having a light 1? iggy and strung horSi ; ho got oa;, took a 1*0iI oil' thi'. fence, and \Vus trying to pry the vehicle out, whon along on me a el rap ping young woman ahotii _'ti yenra of age. She halted, surveyed the situation, and said : '"You stand l>y the horse while I heavo on tho rail, and don't bo afraid of getting mud on your hands and boots." Their tit died efforts fb'casod the vehicle, and the Detroiter returned thanks and asked her lo gel in an I ride. Sha hesitated, looked up and down lit j road, and finally said : "Stranger, I'm bltiiil spoken, Who arc you ?" lie gave Iiis naine and rc-ddenoe, and she c< utinued : "I'm over L'">, worth 8000 in ('ash, know nil about housework and this is leap year. " Yes, 1 know, bill for Ifen veil's -nke don't tisk me to marry yi it 1 he re plied as he ! aw ibe drift, "Sec h...

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. — 27 February 1880

ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. )? god ^:srj:> our oothnttry. VOLUME VII FRIDAY MORNING, FEBR?ARY 1880. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. T^MilER- % The undersigned respectfully in forms the public that he is prepared to do all Hind of Work i\t tho above lino on the shortest no tice aud at Living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the bo?t possible, manner. I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING) MACHINES, And GRIST AULL. All work in ibis line done without delay and on reasons hie terms. A share of the pirl lie patronage is solicited. july 25 IL RIG GS. CALL CALL AT TUR PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to fill orders in BREAD, ROLLS* TIES C A K 12 S Of all descriptions. gungkrs ?v the BARREL ?r BOX. alxo 33 Ft K A D For t'amp-MoeUnp? or anv other kind oi .Meetings. '.wt received ITreMli Con<<*<?(ionarie**, a ml IVolinin? Which will las hold us l.OVY as any that can be bought in Orangebiirg. Thankful for the? pa.tt patronage of rxy fr...

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. — 27 February 1880

THE ORANGEBURG TIMES. I88UKD rviCKY FRIDAY MORNING MKI.LICHAMi' & hnWAKDS, rroprietors. STILES IL MBLblCHAMi? Kilitor. X^X'XXiB oi" S\i"bsci*iptioii? One Copy one Year.$1 00 ?? " Six Moni hit.~ 75 -:0: Hates of Advertising. ?7i< Square 1st Insertion***.$1 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c ;ht Sjine, All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance SOT" We arc in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspond Mtts. FRIDAY, FEBUAKY 27, 1830. The Father ol our Country. We cannot pass by the birthday of the distinguished father of our coun try without at least recurring to Iiis ! noblo virtues and citing bis exempla ry life foi tho emulation of our people. Washington was, indeed, "first in war, ?ist in peace and first in Lhe hearts of] his countrymen," He was first, too, not account of any brilliancy of ;u tellcct,but on account of his houcsty aud his soundness ou all practical issues. Without that lustio wh...

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. — 27 February 1880

Tho 'Oranp;Gburg Times LOCAL OURCLdUB Arrangement with tho New* and Courier is working charmingly. By it two paper, tho Wcjkfy Nctc* and the TiMrs is obtained lor the incredibly small sum of $2 50, and the subscrib er gets ns much rcuding as he can digest tho whole week. The Firemen's Jubilee. On Tuesday afternoon and evening, j the occasion of the 'JG h Anniversary j of tho Young America Fire Eugiue Company, a lively time was bad in our Burg. The Red and the White mingled in fraternal unison, the two 00101.311164 parading through our streets, enlivening the toWu with their huzzas, and attracting the attention of old a..d young. The young ladies too were out io greet the boys, and the exercises of tho afternoou passed off with the usual eelat. At 7 o'clock tho company as sembled in regular meeting and elec ted the following officers to serve for the ensuing year : President ? P. S. Dibble. Vice-President? I lent y Kohu. Sec'try?T. O. S. Dibble. Treasurer?J. M. Brunsen. Solicitor?Gen...

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. — 27 February 1880

Squire Ilm'?** Co?r^-.l?f;>. Squire Bray, of Caswcll, xumi Ninth Carolina paper, was huuling another wile, hut his son Bob, a wild blade, knocked bun out of it. In the capacious breast pocket of the pquire's great coat reposed a pint tickler well filled, that he only proposed using on bis way back from seeing the widow Brown. Now just before ho started Bob slipped the tickler out and put in its place a small alarm cock, care fully wound up and set for 11 P. M The Equiio had si t the lire out ami j was well on with his overcoat, hold- | ing the widow's hand at tbo door and putting his sweetest licks for tlie last "Yes, your first husband, my dear, was one of my best friends, and we'll visit his and my lost Hannah's graves won't we, love?" "Ah, yes, for where was there a sweeter woman than your poor Hannah ?" asked the widow. ''A good woman; she was good enough, but there's a living one just as sweet," said the squire, and he. was draw ng her to him lor a kiss, when w hi/./, wi/.z ...

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 March 1880

rr ? o -ONE DOLL Alt PER ANNUM. }? YQ?ITME VIT GOD 'iASfD OUR COUNTRY FRIDAY S?r^l^j^Mlii^^S^fF^^ ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. nuWiTerI' 1 e J-'^i^lutfderaigBed rapectfull^ m vk t formt the public I tat he is pvopared te de ?II *~^fc*d of Work its' 'the alb?v? line on the ehorteet no ^#?Vin# Priced* *" H?it?ESHOEING done in the heal possible manner, I ?Im have in full operation ray PLANING AND MOULDING; MACHINES, And GRIST MILL.?4 a a All work in this line ddity wiih&ut' delay and on reasonable t^nins.j >? A share of the public* patronage is solicited, july '-,:5 II. BIGGS. call ) r- cat PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1^71 by ihe Propri etor, who instill rendv ;unl willin? In till ordern in L i: mead, WT.I&, pies O A K E s Of .ill descriptions. IN tHe'TfXnftM'L or POX. 'AISo B Ti ? r: a t ) i For Camp*Meetings or any other kind 01 Mcoyin?;*. .'?jfit ree? ' l^rt-y it <?o?jW*iimmric>s, Li. v>J Which will lie > hp btjtt 1* auv ihr?' he hou?lu in e)ran?!*? V * f ___T. \V* 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. — 5 March 1880

THE OBAKGEBUBG TIMES. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING MKLLICILUU' & EDWAltI)si tYtmiitdois. STILES K. MELLICH AMI? Editor. Terms ol' S\ibec?ripii{^rf. One Cbjpt/ one Year.$1 00 A Six Months. 7o _ = ? -~:D:-; - V , , Tlates of Advertising. Oar So uarc \sl Insertion***...???.?...SI 00 Each Subsequent "-'?.?Aua..;.... HO " <t $to<kxvi \\ '*jr(e.ar i\\ L&tl Column <i( 20c per AW Subscriptions and Transient -Advertise' "msi'ts to be paid for in Advanos- I j fcQ"f* are in nv> way rcspottf^bU? for the view 8 or opinion! of icur Oorteppond enta. FRIDAY, MAKCH 5, 1880."" . I Tlie Cotton Factory. tt is a runttcr of encouragement to sec tiint the people of OnmgcWrg have taken the initiatory steps in the matter of a cotton factory. A con siderable amount in money and cotton "\vas subscribed at the last meeting of - the Agricultural Society lor the pur pose, and the following Committee ?appointed to carry the enterprise ?out: Harpin Riggs, T II Zimmerman, W P Hadloy, James Stokes...

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 March 1880

TUE OKAKGEBCKG TIMES. if-STJI'I) ES" Ii 15 Y FRIDAY MOHN!KCl MKl IdCHA III' ?'. V.h v AHDS, l'wprietors. STIhBS Ii- MELLICH AMP bditor. Terms ol* Subs&i^iptit>Ti? One Oipv one Year.Si 00 M Six Month*. 75 Rates of Advertising. One Square Ist Inwlton?.$1 00 Each Subsequent " ........AO ' IKotiees inserted inS Low/ Cbtttinn <t< 20c per Lin*. Ail Subscriptions end Transient ? Adcertiae "yitnts to be paid for in Advance. , "BOT- ^'e arc in no way rospoViR'tb'ta for thu views or opinions of:tour Correppvmd FRIDAY, MARCH iTloSu. Tue Cotton i'actory. Tt is a matter of encouragement to see that the people of OrniigeWrg have taken the initiatory steps in the matter of a cotton factory. A con eiderabld amount in money ami cotton "was subscribed at the last meeting of the Agricultural Society for the pur pose! owl the following Committee ?appointed to carry the enterprise ?out: Harpin Higgs, T II Zimmerman, "NV P Hadlcy, James Stokes, \V A Mackay, )>, J C Hotmail, lion. M ,J Kel...

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 March 1880

The 'Orangeburg Times LOCAL_ OUR CJLUB Arrangement with tho AVtrs and Courier is working charmingly. By it two paper, the Wcdebf ]$cu>* and the Tints is obtained-for the incredibly *roall sum of $2 60, nnd the subscrib er gels ns much readiug ns he can digest the whQfr jjjjj' 8 < I. < E - r? ~i ,*."".?> ~~ , g A town clock is needed. : V i Ornngeburg Is impVoV^hg?^^ A gooil rein\would be beneficial. Largo family Bibles at Kortjohn's. We want a cotton factory aud^niust ?iiave,to ?? ~.. _ ,rA f PffTflS ,1 \V\\y don't Orangeburg have a itfarketl I I "i I <? < f ? /f r ? 1 ' ' I : I Ml * >? Givo us a cotton factory public meeting. *: '. 7: f "*k ' I ? ?Ii ?O I Let the whirring of tho spindlo be tho music of'the South. Large lot crockery and glana ware just iu at KortjwhnV House to rent. Apply at this oflico. Two comfortable rooms, pleasantly located, to rent. Apply at this office. Just iu at Pike's an invoice of shoes. Go and suit yourselves. Wanttd ?0') dozen fresh...

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. — 5 March 1880

The "OrangebTirg Times LOCAL OUU CX.UIS Arrangement with tho Newt and Courier is working charmingly. By it two paper, the Wcck-fa Ifeicinnd the Tinfb is obtained-for the incredibly *roall sum of $2 60, and the subscrib er gets es much reading as he can digest the whetff #ofr.T kl i I<E / '*\ A town clock 13 needed. ?' > \ Ornngeburg is improving?1 A gootl rpjm.would he'beneficial. Large family Bibles at Kortjohu's. Wo want a cotton factory aiid'fhust Why don t Oraugcburg have a iunrktt? i( ^ : ' ' , f. ' Givo im a cotton factory public meeting. ' s f II ??K ?0?*1 Let the whirring of tho spindlo bo the music of'the South. Large lot crockery aud ^!ass ware just iu at Kortjohu's. House to rcut. Apply at this offico. Two comfortable rooms, pleasantly located, to rent. Apply at this office. Just iu at Pike's au invoice of shoes. Go and suit yourselves. Waat? d ?0<) dozen fresh eggs at Kortjohu's. Our thanks are due Mr. Henry Tiokeuhaker for favors extended to this office. Anothe...

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. — 5 March 1880

\ i ?.i .i i f> 11 '.i . i ulj? > i ?. In: iNortl> crn wire-pullers und presses to tunke Mr. Tildeu odious und his causu a f?llen one. It tooIU3 to us t!-..t noth ing confused the Republican mind more than the chaigt? nod the just one?that Mr. Tilden had been swindled out of his election, and that the sol d Democracy ol the Union Would insist at the next grand assize ot the people, that this unholy act should be atoned fur and avenged. IYmiving this, and uctcrmiuing to break its force at all hazards, the Republican press, guided by the master minds of the party,orgauized a furious, ingenious and persistent war upon the man thoy had wronged, aud succeeded finally in persuading, with Democratic aid, a large number of people that Mr. Tildeu was un cauny, timorous and altogether bad. This was the trapset, and not in vain, although in tight of the bird. But, before tho writer of this artici left >\ ashii gton, it was beginning to dawn upon tho miuds of mauy of the Demo crats ...

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. — 12 March 1880

Garage: Factory. Tlio undersigned respectfully in fonns the public I hat he is prepared to do all Hind of Worii in the above Hue on the shortest no tice and at laving Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. J also have in full operation mv PLANING AND MOULDING; MAC IHNES, And GRIST MILL. I All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public, patronage is solicited. inly 25 II. RIGGS. CALL CALL AT TIIK PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in l3Tr1 by the Prpprj ?rfor, who is still ready and willing to Jill orders in B11EA1), ROLLS, PIES c a k 1: s Of all descriptions. ?UNGUUS By the DAUltML <>r lioi. Also p> Tt k A :d For Cainp-Mcet'mgs or any other '>in<! < ! Meetings. u'm\ received i-'resti i 'oiir<''.'^ioii:?s,ios. And .\.i(tirns Which will be sold a^ I.oW^is ariy thai can he In a i glil in Orangchorg. Thankful for .the pa-t patrofiago of my friends and '.In* public i -iill ^niioit a Coil liuuauct! of their ciutom.* T....

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. — 12 March 1880

THE OltANGEDUKG TIMES. ?:. t id! L?i|p ! . V-. ASM .- I !??>(>? irtulK. Sil Iii { Ii UKLIiil-H \Y:V Editor. T> i n if- < i Svitot-soi'ipt'.ioii" <hu < . ph <?.:.? Ycur.^ 1 00 " " Six Month*. 75 Kates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.SI 00 l-'.ach Subsequent " . 50 Nut ices inserted in Local Column nt 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and 'Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. St?f" Wc are in no way responsible (or the views or opinions of our Correspond ents. FRIDAY, MARC11 12, 1880. The M?roll of Empire Tho opinion rendered by the Su preme Court of the United States in certain cases recently brought under its jurisdictkn Bit ikes a severe blow at the very existence of the State governments, is in perfect harmony with the centralizing spirit of the times, and is probably a part and parcel of the stalwart programme. The Cole'* case in Virginia affirms the light of Congress to provide for punishing auy Stato officer in the United Stales Courts...

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 March 1880

The Oranerebiirp: Times LOCAL What has become of Critic? ????*? <?? --? The air is redolent with the odors of spring. The woods are brilliant with tho golden jessamine. The weather has been very spring like for a few days. The bett politics for tho South is the whirring of the spindle ? - m ? mm -? A. lino Com t House like ours de serves a fence around it. - ?? ^mm ? ?. '-? Another lot of horses and mules just in at 13. Frank Slater's stables 1000 yards embroidery from 3 to 20 cents at Korij?diu's. Theodore Kuhn is ofl'for the North. Lock out for spring goods. With a cotton factory iu uvny County scat, the South will soon rise. I'h.cenix-like from the ashes." Joyner's IJoieK near tho depot, iu ColtMitbid, was totally destroyed by fire on Monday. Remember to-morrow is the day tor the Cotlon Factory Committee to luvet. The query in made whether the c\eu'-'on f.?re this week is con lined si-icily to merchants or not? Goblets and tumblers, .silver ware, dry goods, groceries, c othing...

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 March 1880

V/ ;? /I ? -. ' . ; J'i r. "i;, who neglect the t-crvicesol Ontl's hou.-e and the means of graue, would do well to examine, in tlm Ught of God's Word, their reason for this course. Faith Cometh by hear ing. Blessed are they that hear the word of God and keep it. It is our duty to hear tho Word of God and keep it. It is our duty to hear the. Word and ttot to forsake the as seiubling of ourselves together. Now, indifferent brother, what are your reasons for your disobeying this (Scriptural injunction ? Why do yon wilfully absent yourself from God's house? Why will you no longer hear the Word as it is proclaimed by God's appointment in the sanctuary for the comfort ami nourishment id souls? Do you say yon do not like the preacher? Will, what is the matter with him ? Does he preach the truth? Then you should continue to attend service; tor it is the truth, not a man-pleasing preacher that you should seek in tho house of God. Von should bear with the infirmities ol your pastor, and kindl...

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. — 19 March 1880

IL-? EL S . \ JS ; ONE DOLL A It PK I?. AN NUM. }. GOD AND OUR COUNTRY FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1880. ALWAYS IX ADVANCE. NUMBER r GBm&g.) Pactory. The undersigned respectfully in fornig tho public that he is prepared tu'do all. ?~?I?incl of Work iu^the abovo line on the shortest no tice .arid at,; .Living Prices. HORSESHOElBf? douo ju the beat 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 Bolicited. julVp5f^ i Hi RIG GS. CALL CALL at Tin: PEOPLE S BAKERY Established in 1 ST 1 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to Uli orders in MIEA1), HOLLS, PIES <?.? ? > ? CJ iV i.v i'Z Ss Of kll descriptions. GUNGERS aU?the.BAR'R.'<:? BOX. 'Also' BEK?D For Camp-Meetings or any other kind ol Meeting?. Just received Fresli ConTectionarics, Fancy <iloo?l?4 And Motion* Which will be sold as LOW as any that can be boug...

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. — 19 March 1880

THE ORANtiEBURG TIMES. rs.SUici) ' vi i:v ri:ii).\v MOUMNO MEIiLICHAJir ? l.i>\YAh!)S, Proprietors. STILES II. MKLIdCIl .UIP lidiior. Terms ol* Sub^ci-i])! ion. Une Copy one Year.?1 00 " " Six Months. 75 Kates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.-::1 00 Koch Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise vicnts to be paid for in Advance. JfcS?" We arc in no way responsible lor the views or opinions of our Correspond int?. 1 K1DAY, MAKCli 11?, 1SM).~ Preparing for tue f ray. Tlietl)eniocratio State Convention will assemble in Columbia on the 1st of June to elect delegates to the "National Convention which.assembles at Cincinnati on the 22nd of the same month to nominate candidates lor President and Vicc-President. Be sides this, the same Convention at Columbia will nominate a Governor und lull .Stale ticket, and the Presi dential Ekclois. Tbc Convention will also instinct the delegates to the Cinncinnnti Conventio...

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. — 19 March 1880

Tliq Orangeburg Times ?? BT i . =s T L Q O A. X. Shad aro coming in lively. The flowera of Spring, how lovely 1 600 buggy whips just iu at Kort joWfr.-: _ Dr! J.^W. Summers lost a very fine horse fast Saturday night. Another lot of White sewing ma chines just arrived at Henr} Kohu's. The rainy season has been a great blesiiug to the Comity. ? 'Cotton seed wanted at 15 cts. per bushel. Apply at this office. Just iu.nt Henry Kohu's a nice lot *if apriug olothing. ^ TlicMtiil and exerciso of the Kl iiott Hook and Ladder Company will lake plnco to-night. - mtm ? m*m - Why Is it that the puzzle of 15 is like the great Electoral Commission ? liecause it is made up of 8 to 7. A fine lot of ladies aud gents baud made shoes just received at Henry Kohu's. It is said that 8. L Duncan i< the recently appointed Chairman of the Rads iu this County. We learn that the Hessian fly is destroying the wheat crop iu ilu Fel dervill e u feigliborhood. Have you tried town talk powders, or fruit essence...

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. — 19 March 1880

Tli? JBeatiug Heart IfliiHtCJo or By blasting drought, or black'ning ft ., If all thy industry ho lost; If in the (loot! fond hones go down, Waste not thy life with idle. moan. Beat, throbbing heart, or the. The bruised reed perchance thou art, Or like the Brooking llax in heart, Old friends have proven false to thee, E'en then, thy wntchwotd ever be, Heat, aching heart, or die. "When love resigns her mystic throne, To leave thee desolate anil alone, When life's most consecrated ties ?Shall change to dreadful tragedies. Bent, breaking heart, or die. Hhcn earth draws down, and powersds ay. Twilight steals over life's sad day, "When hopeful may give place to must, Allies to ashes, dust to dust. ('case, broken heart and die. A young man who had just return cd from a long journey, clasping his adored one in a loving embrace in a dimly lighted parlor, was seized with a great terror that for an instant paralyzed all bis energies. "Oh, my dearest, darling on earth," said ho wildly, "why di...

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. — 26 March 1880

Oarrxag.. Factor/. Tlio undersigned respectfully in forms ilie public Mint be is prepared tu du all Kind of Work in the above lino on tlio shortest no tice: and nt Isii/m^' Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. 1 also have in full operation my PLAIN LS( J AND MOULDING; MA< MINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without dclnv and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited. it'llV 25 H. RIGGS. GALL at Tin-: PEOPLE'S BAKERY | Established in LS71 by the Propri- ; etor. who is still ready and willing to till orders in MEAD, ROLLS, PIES o a k i: s Of nil description*. G?NGKRS Itv the BAKR'Oh or UOX. 'Also 33 R E A D For Camp-Mcotings or any other kind ol Meetings. J ist rec:eivcd jTrosh ('otilV't'tionaricM, I-'uimm <r<?<mIs Aim! \ulionH Which will ?>U\ as LOW as any that can he hnujdit in Oraiigcbiirg. Thankful for the past patronage of iwy i friends and "die publie 1 still solicit a Con tinuance of their riniiim." T. \Y- A...

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