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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 10 September 1880

The undersigned re? pect fully in foi'iiis fhe public: that be is prepared to do all f% A| f\ I v Kindfjf ^oillt in the above line on tun shortest no tice and at Living Prices.. . e> Ii ) :i\(3 done in the best possible nutnner. J also have in full operation my PLANING AND MQl llhna;; MACHINES,' And GRIST M ILL. All work in'this'line' dime without delay and on reftsoilnhlo term--. A fdmre ol the public patronage is july.25 IL RIGGS. 'at the PEOPLES BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor. who is still ready and willing l?i Iii I jorders hi. MEAD, ROI LS, NKS Of alldesrJipl^jC J j '\ I'.y the RARRSL'or TO* 13 r is a i > For Camp-Mcetin^-? or any other icintl "I Meeting*. .'?1st reee'lVOil? . , 1<'roSI? C*oSri fevi I <> n ar ie*. Fancy i.r,:ui% Atal \olion? "Vthirh will lie suhl us LOW as any that can he bought in t Iranuel'iir^. Thank fit I for the past patronage of my frirndu ami '.lie public.'.I ill ill solicit a con ti nuance of tlioir ciium'to" T. \V. Alberyr...

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 September 1880

TUE OttANGEHUKG TIMES. I i88uei) evKity friday mohn 1 no HKIiLICIIAMr & Kl)\\ AIU)S, i'roprietors. STMiKS 15. )1 KhhlCll \JjIP Kditor. XOI'ttis <>1' Sill )Hfl'i) )l i? >n One C'npy nne Year.!?1 no " " Six Mnnifu . 7? Hates of Advertising. One Square \st Insertion.SI 00 Each Subsequent "? . .">u Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscript inns and Transient Advertise' incuts io in- jut ill for in Advance. Jfshy" We :u<' iii no way responsible lor the views or opinio'iis o' 'inr Correspond tuts. " FOR PRESIDENT Winfield Scott Hancock OF PEN.NSYLVAN i A VICE-PRESIDENT. W. Ii. KNGLIEJI. OF INDIA N A OUR STANDARD BEARERS, iiWVAllXOii. GEN. JOHNSON IIAGOOD. Fiiciileimst'l-Clove rnor. GEN. J. I). KENNEDY. Secretary of State. ('<;:.. !.'. M. Sims. ('otnptroller < leiteral. .1 am i:s ('. ('err. Attorney (lonoral. LkKoy F. Vim mans. Sttp't. of Education. (l.ver. I Iron S. TtniMcsox. Aiijt. and Inspector General. A. M. Mamoai'i.t, Treasurer. (!oij. ...

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 September 1880

Xho Orangoburg Time L O CAL Business is commencing to boom. The weather for the past week itas been excessively warm. The Marlboro Republicans'have adopted the Independent ticket.?as their own. The fleecy staple is pouring in, and J farmers and merchants are'" gelling .happy. ' ? ? ii in?? ? - ? ???? The schools we. believe luive open ed rather better llu\n. jisunl,. j)o.*.pite the hot weather. "Hark from the tombs a 'doleful sound!" Bob is about to speak in Georgia in the interest of Norwood: A large assortment of tine pipes Just iu and forsale clicap at Dr. A. C. Dukes. W\* 5 Mr. H. O. Smoak is at Mr. II. S. Reuneker's and will he glad to see all his friends. We aee by a circular that the S. ('. R. R. Company has advertised a re duced fare for the great show i n Col umbia on Monday. * i Mr. T. C. Alborgotti hasgono to Philadelphia to look after some in: portant machinery for Mr. Cornel son's factory. Mr. Eros has a splendid fresh us Hortnicnt of smoker's articles, such an cigar ho...

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 September 1880

(UlU'lEhD'S HYMN. A el;,n:;c t<> Keep T have, ? ? ' ,;. : li i hiV ioitci'<iii4 i'ause wbu|dsave, 'flu ii I must mind iitv evci A ! in no- w ilJof at'ui;-: care, I.? ?: I myii-.'lf i-oiray, Am!. I.'1 it?fir ?oiuetinirn unaware, Should {"ive in-.. i If iiway I1ATIIS I > THE KCliobl<lt003I. A mission school in IMiihnlclplihi has in its hnsonu'nl a largehulliing uml swimming uVpartnteul. Therei tiro rofii' gvoal tub-, in which the ii i i.iy lilt li: ???? i I'I: .-ii art! dee to clchnsc 1 iicuiscl vc 11n11 to Uikc ;u juhl ic ? xci' eise iimU'l' pm.erilied regulations, ftueli tuii :'v romiuodnt es nearly I wo (lo/.cii Children hi :> I inn*. The silr nujmling jlopt'H hot I wails iiiv oi brick and 'co'.-'Tffso thtij m? iroslrielio'ri is put oil sphlshing. A man willin small whip in his hand stands by during; hat hi nr; hi mi's ready l?? casti gate any of the young persons who air unruly or vioh-ui. Tu llieirercdil it, inn i In .-.-ii i llinl he is seldom compelled to uso ...

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 September 1880

The undersigned respectfully in forms the public that he is prepared to do nil Kind of Work in tho above line on tho shortest no tioe and at Living Prices. HORSESHOEING done iu the beat possible manner. I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING; MACHINES, Ami GRIST MILL. All work iu this line done without <lolav and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited. july 25 II. RIG GS. CALL CA LL AT THE PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in LS71 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to fill orders in ' 13READ, HOrJiS, PTES c a k ! ? : s Of all descriptions. G UN G ICRS Bv the ItARRSL or IK >X. "Also B I* IE A 1 ) -For Camp-Meetings or any other kind <>t Meeting?. .7"ist received I^rosli Con feet ionarle*, FilHC.V Go:m1s And \ olio us "Which will he fohl as LOW n? any that can ?be bought in Orangchuri?. Thankful for the past patronage of niy friend* mill '.he pulilie I tail! solieil a con tinuance of their custom.* T. W. Alberto I t i, {R...

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 September 1880

THE OltANtiEKUlMj T1H1?. ISSUED KVEltY PIMDAY MOUNINO MKLbWilAMP & i.i>W\Wl>s. Proprietors. STILES li. MKhLlrHAMI' Editor. 'IVi-ihh <><' Siibssci'iptjoTi? One Copy one Year."?1 00 " " Six Month . 7? Kales o!' Advertising. Oltc Square \st Insertion.51 00 Kaeh Suhxc.tjue.nt " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column <il 'JO<' per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments In In paid for in Adrancc. 8Qy* Wo ?rc in no way rc-poir-iMc U?r the views or opinions <?' mr tiorrespoud nils. FOE, PRESIDENT "Winfield Scott Hancock OF i'i lXXSY I jVA N I A VICE-PRESIDENT. W. II. KNdU.'U. OK I N I > 1 ANA OUR STANDARD BEARERS. C.'OY BO IS IVO 22. GEN. JOHNSON UAfJOOD. Ijicii(ciiitii(-C3ov<kriior. GEN. .1. I). k 10NN KDY. Secretary of State. ( 'oi.. U. M. Sims. (ompt roii.'i (icncrnl. .1 .\ m i s ( '. < hit. Attorney < Sonera I. LkHoy I'. Y or m aNS. Sup'!, of Ktiiieal ion. ( 'ait. lil'cii S. 'I'llMMP- 'V. v\dj!. ami Inspector (Soiiornl. A. M. M \MOAf...

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 September 1880

'Flic OraTuarebiii-i? Tim < LOCxVL Remember the Dime IOn tor Lini ment next. Thursday night. During tin* recent cold spell, tires have, at times, been pleasant. The sore eyes is an epidemic in the community at this time. We hear of much sickness through out the < 'iuint\. Tue Lutheran Ladies' Society have decided to have their Fair in the tliird week in October, proximo. See advertisement of Mr. J. \Y. Mosoley in another column; lie has a line lot of horses for sale. Mr. P. W. Hull, is running a ? ami 10 els package dray for the acebinino dation of the public. Don't forget that 10. F. Slater has a lot of line horses which he is otter ing very low. The day of atonement, the most solemn festival of the Hebrew year, was celebrated on Wednesday, Mr. P. (I. Cannon informs us that be is selling tin wnrotiii percent less than any ot her house in town. Mr. W. M. Sain is olfering very line stork to buyers. Now is the time to get a horse. -mu ? cm, In our next issue we ex peel to pub 1 ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 17 September 1880

Mr. Robert Ingersoll proposes to contribute $2,000 of the money which he bus m?i Ic by delivering inlidel leeti vs throughout the country* to I lie Republican campaign fund, pro vi<!e,! ?jt)0 others will du the siiine. The school fund in Mecklenburg for the half school year beginning March 1. 1880. was $10,052 90, of which $1,278 70 was derived from liquor licenses. A mother who has guided and moulded the lives of a family of child ren s<? that they come to an honest, virtuous Christian manhood and wo manhood, has done ti work that any woman may be proud of. Good temper is like a sunny day; iL sheds a brightness over everyI hing; it is the swectner of toil anil the soot her of disquiet ude. Rev. Henry Ward Beech er is said to have jumped seven feet in :i recent competitive leaping match. A Michigan farmer leard thai music would prevent bees from sting ing, and he took his aecordeon and went out. and sat down by a hive. Only forty four bees had got a show at. him when he jumped...

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 September 1880

? _I SI_S~ I^iX? LtZ.1 ONErcDOLLAH 1'HK ANNUM. J GOD .A.ND OUR COUNTRY A-LW.AVS IN ADVAN r-r FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24 1880. NUMBER 35 Carriag; Factor 7. The undersigned respectfully In foiuis the public t but he is prepared to do nil Kind of Work in the above line oil tho shortest no tioe and at Livinej Prices. HORSKSHOKIJNG done in the ?vboBt possible munner." 1 I also have in full operation my ?PLANING AND MOULDING) MACHINES, And SfilC 'G?LST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited. / jiilyi'25 II. RIGGS. ? A. iL ILi CALL AT Tit F. PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in LS71 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to till orders in BREAD, ROLLS, TIES c A K 13 JS Of nb'descriptions. HUNGER'S Uv the BARREL or BOX, X ix, ~B Tl "FC A r> For Camp-Meetings or any other kind ril Meetings. Just receive*! JEresIi Confectiotinries, - j JFiUiey iaOIMlN ?? Auel Notion* Which will he sold as LOW as any that ...

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. — 24 September 1880

ON 10 HOLLAH IM IK ANN UM. y . ?1 I"' in SP VIT GOD .ViS" 13 OIJTi COTJNTTiY ALWAYS IN ADV AM ?. ?r FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 524 1880. NT M15 ER 35 Carriag: Factor7. The undersigned respectfully In fonus the public that he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in tho above line oh tho shortest no tioc and at Livins Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the ?-best pofefible mnnnor. I also have in full operation my t I'tANIiSG AND MOULDING; 1X0 MACHINES, And STliC ?GjRIST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the. public patronage is Boli cited. Miri!2! II. RIG GS. raSMfrf QALL P** L AT THE PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in LS71 hy the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to fill orders in BREAD, ROLLS, PI KS O A K lu S Of ntl~d?scription?. ? '' ' GUN OERS -. It^the BARREL or . Al&j BRE AI) i**or Camp-Meetings or any utUcr kind o( Meetings. Just received frcsli ConfeoUoiMrles, - . . - JFuucy GoimIs And Notions Which will be sold an LOW as any ...

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. — 24 September 1880

THE OBANGEBURO TIMES. ibbuko every friday morning MKhblCIIAMP ?x KDWAHDS, l'rnju'ictoTs. STILES II. MKLhKTIAMP Editor. Terms of Subscription One Copy one Year.?1 00 " Six Moni hi . 75 Rates of Advertising. One. Square 1st fnscrtibti.$1 00 ICaeh Subsequent " . ?'30 Notices inserted in Local Column al 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise tncnts to be paid for in Advance. tQf" Vic are in no way responsible for the views or opinions or mir Correspond, iiitn. FOR PRESIDENT- = Winfield Scott Hancock OF PENNSYLVANIA VICE-PRESIDENT. W. II. ENGLISH. OF INDIANA OUR STANDARD BEARERS. GEN. .JOHNSON HAGOOD. Uciitcimut-OovcrKor. GEN. J. I). KENNEDY. Secretary of State. ( oi.. R. M. Sims. Comptroller-General. Jamk.s (.'. ( 'oit. Attorney-General. LkRoy F. Youmans. Sup't. of Education. ( "act. Hugh S. Thompson. Adjt. and Inspector General. A. M. Manigaui.t. Treasurer. Col. J. P. Richardson. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, I860. THE COUNTY CAMPAIGN?CHEERING MEETINGS AT GLEATON'S AND KNOTTS'...

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. — 24 September 1880

The* lOipciTigebi^i'g Tim es . L O C L "The weather has been uu season n bly wann.for several days. E. S. Griffin lias moved to the now store in Way's brick building. Orangeburg's big day is near at band. Let the Red Shirt Brigade turn out in force Mn T. 0. Hubble has moved his news emporium to Pithan's store, op posite Willcock'fi. .. Our'old pupfi, F. A. Addon Is at - home ftoiu. school in New York. We were glad to meet him and note his continued progress. Mr. J. W. Mobclcy informs us that he will receive, In about ten days, a car load of extra fine stock, which he will sell at*rcasonable prices. -~^mw>- % mm. - Mr. A. L. Stroman informs us that he killed, last Friday/,, hear his lint room door, a rattle snake with ten rattles and a button, measuring six feet.. A. M. Izlar has moved to the stand formerly occupied by M. Albright, where he will be prepared to continue supplying his patrons and the public with everything a first-class restaur- j nut can afford. Wcr'-Nverp in ?Iii ...

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. — 24 September 1880

Tbp iQgRnget^urg Times _ _ . : ? LOCAL "The weather has been unseasona bly wafm.Xor several days. E. S. Griffin has moved to the new store in Way's brick building. Orangeburg's big day is near at hand. Let the Red Shirt Brigade turn out iu force. Mr; T. C. Hubble has moved his news emporium to Pithnu's stoi c, op posite Willcoek's.,. Our bid pupil, F. A. Adden is at , home fLOAi.school in J\Tow York. We were glad to meet him nnd note his continued progress.' Mr, ,1. W. Moseley informs us that, he will receive, in about ten days, a car load of extra fine stock, which he will sell ntirensonable prices. - im < ? - Mr. A. L. Stroman informs us that he killed, last Friday1, near his lint room door, a rattle snake with ten rattles and a button, measuring six feet.. A. M. [zlar has moved to the stand formerly occupied by M. Albright, where he will be prepared to continue supplying hie patrons nnd the public with everything a first-class restaur ant can afford. We'-^were made glad on Thu...

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. — 24 September 1880

F. A. SCHIFFLEY, (Next Door to Dr. Patrick.) Would in form my friends that I have opened ;f first class On my own account, and would .solicit their patronage, i ONLY FRESH GOODS Kept, and sold for the Lowest FossiMo Psicas For CASH. may 1 I .tin IP O XT T Z 'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS ^3 Will cure or prevent Dlsenno. yn nonsB will die of COLIO, Horn or LuXO F?. Yitn. If Foiilr'n Powdortlirc n?cd In tlm*. * ?? Foutx'sPowdera wtltcuru ami prevent i '.<>? cnoMtn* Fout/.'a Powdort will prevent (5 a PK? in Kowip, Fontx'a Pow.dora will Innren?! tin1 ttnantlty of milk und cream twenty per cent., mid umk?5 tl>? huttcr firm Kod awoet. Fotttrs l'owder? will euro or prevent almost rvkiit PlPKiftlt to w It tri I llor?-s nnd C.Ktlr nrr ?tlhjrct. Foutz'b I'oiT-iinUH WILL oivii BftTlaFACTtOX. ?oid everywiiiTi*. UAVIO K. FOUTZ. Proprietor. BALTIMORK. Ud. For raleby Dr. .T. G. WANNA MAKER nnd Dr. A. (j. DUKES- novl2 ly Higli Sekool, 2Tor Soys and Girls. The NINTH Annual Session of this SCHO...

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. — 1 October 1880

Carriag: Factory, The undersigned respectfully in form? the public that he is prepared to do nil Kind of Work in tho above line on the shortest no tice and at Living Prices. IIOJtSESHOElNG done in the "b$9t possible tnunner. ^ I nlso have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING; ^ ^ MACHINES, , And ffllfl GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without dein)* nud on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is solicited. july 25 II. RIGOS. ,l call AT TlltS PEOPLES BAKERY Established in LS71 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to fill orders in BREAD, ROLL?, PTES C A K Li S Of Ml doHcriptions. ?GUNGE IIS l\y the I'.AUKEL or HOX. 'Also B R K a r> For Camp-Meetings or any other kind o| Meeting)*. Just received jOri'MU Cbiiffeulioiitiric;*, . , I'aiicy Uoo<l? Ami Notion* Which will be sold as LOW aj any that can be bought in Ornngoburg. Thankful for the past patronage nf my fricndH and the public I still .-.oli<-ii a con tinuance of their custom." T. \V....

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. — 1 October 1880

Till) ORANti'lSIiUHG TlMKS. I68UKD EVERY FRIDAY MOKNINO MKhhlt'llAMr & Ki)\VAItl>s7 IM^M i(!t(trs. ST 11-KS Ii. Mill,MCI! AMI' K.I i I or. Term?! oi' Sul)!=cripi ion. One Copy one Year.$1 00 * Sir Mom!,:. 75 Hates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.St 00 V.'irh Subsequent " . ;">0 Noticed 'inserted in) LoeUllColAmn ut'2Qcper Line. All Subscriptions mid Transient Advertise ments to !?? paid/or in Advance. f*SV" We are in no way responsible (or the views or opinions <>* >ur Correspond rnts. I-HI PAY, QCTOBKK b tooth THE RADICALS MKT. Boliver, Maokny, Tuft & Co.. had fixed up :i meet ing at Ft. Motte on Saturday, at which they expected to have, h nice time ail to theuiselves. poisoning the minds of the colored people against the whiles in order that I hoy might regain or retain ollicc to themselves. Things however did not turn out as lliey wished. The Democrats headed hy Col. Ilnskell, Gen. I/.lar, M r. Jorvey and Capt. Wannninnker came tipjusl xi.s their l...

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. — 1 October 1880

Tivp) Ora-nfroinji Lr Tiiyies | ~ I, O C A Tj TJry and dusty is the greeting now. The Kdisto Brass Band have pur chased new instruments. A letter from Picket will appear in our next issue The weather changed cool and ?wintere yesterday, Monday is stjlusday. Lookout for a big crowd and large trade. The "Maine" spring of the Repub lican party seems to he Wcith. William Anderson, :i colored man ? in Poplar Township, picked 1108 lbs of cott(m on last Friday. Next! Mr. B. Willintnssn has had his Btorc on Russell street, la'ely occu pied by Mr. Kirk Robinson, repaired. The Northern last train has been discontinued since Sunday last, which w ill prove an inconvenience to many. Our Editor's sickness this week has placed us under obligations to a kind friend who has furnished us local 'Uni other matter. The ladies of the Lutheran ( hurch will give an enterlniument sopti to raise funds to have the hell, donate I them, put in position. Messrs. II. S. Wnnmiinnker ar.d D. 1'. ll vdrick have retu...

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. — 1 October 1880

F. A, SCHIFFLEY, EmsscII street,, (Next Door to Dr. Patrick.) W?lld inform my friends that I have opened a first class WAMim GROGEBY On my own account, and would solicit their r* patronage, ONLY FRESH GOODS Kept, and sold for the lowest PosslM? Prices For CASH. may 14 3m "F* O XT T 25 HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS VJ111 our.- or I'rovont Dlnenrie. ??? nomB will die of Colic. Hotm or Luwo Fb Ym, If FnuU't Powrtrm lire Hied In Um?. * j Fontt'?Powd>ni wlllcure und prevent Mom CiTOLEnA Poatz'a Powdrra will prcrrnl GaI'KS im KoWLft, FonU'a Fowdon will InTcnxo tlir quantity of milk r.nd cream iwfntr percent, and inttka Oir butler firm ?ndiwrot. Pe-ati1? Powdore will enro or prorcnt almost ktrfit Ol?a?n la trhli-Ji ltor?-n and Cattle :irr iiiWert. Tovtz.'* PovriiKnn will ??ivk Satibkaction. Sold CNrj wIi.'f. DAVID E. FOUTZ. Proprietor. DALTI KOBE, 2?d. For sale by Dr. J. G. WANNAMAKER and Dr. A. C DU K ES- nov 12 1 y Higfi, Seliool, 3Tor Soys and Girls. The NINTH Annual Session of this SCHOO...

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. — 8 October 1880

ONE DOLLAR VKR ANNUM. }? GOD AND OUR COUNTI^Y ALWAYS IN ADVAN VOLUME VII FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1880. NUMBER 37 Carriag: Factor/. The undersigned respectfully in forms the public that he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in tho above line on tho shortest no tice and at Iiiving: Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. I *lso nave in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING; MACHINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A shnrc of the public patronage is solicited. july 25 H. RIGGS. ?X?x7 CALL AT THE PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing lo fill orders in BREAD, ROLLS, PIES CAKES Of .ill description*. G?NGKRS By the BARREL or BOX. Also B RE A D Fcr Camp-Meell?g* or sny other kind of Meetings. Just received prcHli ConfcclionarlcH, Fancy (Hoods Aud Kolioitn Which will be sold as LOW as any that can be bought in Orangeburg. Thankful for the pant patronage of my ? friends and 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. — 8 October 1880

'mi; oiuNtiEumtG timi:s. ISSUM) PVKKY i'kijuy MOItNINO MKIiUCII iMI'& KDWAHDS, h'?pilet?r?. STIL KS II. AMI K?litor. Terms of Sulwri] ion. One Copy one Year.$1 00 " " Six Mmi'ii.. . 7? Hairs of Advertising. Onr Sijniii f 1st Insertion.SI co ^{.. I'-"Mt Subsequent " . 60 Notices inserted in Load Column nl lH)r. per Line. All Subscript inns and Transient Advertise mmi* to be paid for in Advance. ?4f?" Wo ore in no way responsible lor the views or opinions of mr Correspond ruts. FRIDAY, (HTOJ'.KK 8, 1880. DEMOCRATIC MASSOIKLTIMJ, AT OR ANUKIIURG, TUESDAY, OCTOBER I2T11 isso. Tnc pi"Oeessi n will move fiom the Depot in tlie following order, on Ar rival of (Icn. Hngood, ami (?Iher dis tinguished guests by train: Grand Marshal and Assistants; Col. John C. Edwards, *Maj. W. C. Haue, Mnj. G. \\r. Danncllv. Edisto Rand; Edtsio Hides, acting as escort; carriages with our dis tinguished guests; First Division of mounted Clubs, from Edisto Fork, under Marshals X. X. I lay den and II. II. Sa...

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