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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 8 October 1880

71bc Orongcbiu'y: Times l7?~C A Tu Senators Hampton and Butler will both speak hero on Tuesday. Notice change in A. M. I/Jar's ad. Influenza seems to lie the great trouble in Orangebtug. Dr. Cooke has returned for the re opening of ClnlUN next week. Mr. John O'gren lias removed to the LMtthnn building; Generals Moise and RUtledge will speak here Tuesday. Sec change in Mr. Lcfvcndnhls' ad in aoottier column. Tin? communication from ''Conga - ree' has been crowded out this week, but will appear i i our next. Col. DcTreville has gone away to net as (Counsel for Col. A.D. Good >vyn in the Cash-Shannon duel. liei'reslling and much needed ruin started lo "nil <>n lust Monday and continued Tor several days. Wlial is the difference between Garliold and HancockV Well! there is a sight of diliorcnce. B'o'lhig Springs ('ainpiiioeiing em braces next Sunday. We bear o.*| many going from here. It is a little remarkable that out of the many bills given the Grni.d .Jury but one "no bill" w...

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 October 1880

Tlie Orangobui'g Times is o c a. r, Senators Hampton and Butler will both speak hero on Tuesday. Notice change in A. M. fzlar's ad. Influenza seems lo lie the great trouble in Or a ngebu.ig. Dr. Cookc has returned for the re opening of Clnmri next week. Mr. John Q'gren has removed t<> tin' IMttlmn building, Generals Moiso and Kutledge will speak here Tuesday. Sec change in Mr. Lefrctiilahls' ad in another column. The communication IVoju "Conga roe' iutsbeen crowded out this week, but will appear in our next. Col. DeTrevillc has gone away to ?et as Counsel for Col. A.D. Gootl >vyn in the Cash-Shannon duel. Refreshing and much needed rain star led i<> fall on lust Monday and continued "or several days. "What is the difference between Garlield and HancockV Well! there is a sticht ol* dilicrenee. Roding Springs Guinpmcciing em braces next Sunday. Wo bear o.*| many going Prom here. - ? mm ll is a little remarkable that out of the many bills given the Grnml .Jury bill one "...

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. — 8 October 1880

UNPARALLELED SUCCESS or TUB HteSewiDglacMfl? Superlative in its Attributes. The WlllTKgtiimlsaclcitowl <'<!fv?--<5 KING, oi' ?H Sewing Machines. In the third yenrof its existence its sales amounted to 54,853 Machines. .No other itiaeliino ever had Bucha , RECORD^OF ^POPULARITY It is simple in construction. g t s Tension is Automatic, once regulated re?|uiie no cluuige lor ordinary work. Jt is the Lightest h'tlllUlng Machine made, and is nearly noiseless. |ts Shuttle is Self-threading, made of s<did .Steel, and curries a Larger Bobbin than alnmst any {other family Machine. Jt has more room under the Ann than any oilier Machine, making it very desira ble for Drc.-sin tkers .?ind'others,^wdio often wish to carry the fabric under the arm without crushing it. It baa, in tact, every ' Improvement known in Modern Sewing Mach in en. Besides all the regular and extra Attach ments wllich are given free with each Ma chine. 1 also give the New "W'oite" At tachment, con mting of 1st....

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 October 1880

Carria*. Factor ?. Tbc undersigned respect fully i" foiins ihe public thai lie is prepared to (In all Kind of Work in lim above line on tin; shortest no tice and at Eiivine; Prices. IHjRSESIIOKlNG done in the Lest possible niaiiher. i also have in full operation my planing and moulding; ma( u in i :-, And GRIST m ill. All work in lids Mho done without delay and on reasonable terms. a share ol the public patronage is solicited. juiy 25 II. HI GGS. CALTj CA LI \ PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in I -71 by the Projiri clor. v. ho is still icitdy and willing to \ fill orders in IMxKAI). ROI LS, LTES (; a k i: s 1)1" all descriptions. f < C y "!V < < 9* 5j p C i SlSU i '< i X k > w 3 ?. I l>v the I'.Altlii'd. or lit)X. "Also w 11 ] ?: ,\ r> bor t'anip-M? eliiigs or an\ oilier Kind n| Meetings; .J.ist revived |Ort?i t. P?m (imaurzcM, S ani'v <??>OJtn All<l .V.i: as Which will he sold a hOW as any dial ear be bought in < >r:iiigehtirg. Thankful for the past ...

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 October 1880

THE ORANGKBLM* THU S is6ukd every Kit i day morning MKIjIjICIIAMP & KIIN akhs. Pni|..iet.us. STlhKS R. MKIJdCII AMP Kilitor, Terms of Subscription* One Copy one. Year.Si 00 Six Months . 7") Rates of Advertising: One SffiKirr lit/ Insertion.$1 00 Koch Subsequent " . .r>0 Notices inserted in Load Column nt 2i)c. per Line. All Subscript inn.* und Transient Advertise incuts to Or paid for in Advance. J5?y>- \\'c nrQ *|, ?? wav responsible for the views or opinions of air Correspond ents. FOR PRESIDENT Winfield Scott Hancock OF PENNSY I ,V A N I A VICE-PRESIDENT. W. II. KKGLteil. Ol' INJ HAN A OUR STANDARD BEARERS, GEN. JOHNSON HAtiOOD. I .icii(cii>iitt-<?o vcrnor. G EN. J. f). K EN NEDA*. Secretary of State. Col. Ii. Mi Sims. Comptroller (leiieral. Jajiks (.'. ('hit. Attorney-General LkRoy F. Youman s. Sup't. of Education. CaCT. Ht'OII S. TllOMI'SoN. Adjt. and Inspec tor General. A. M. Manksal'I.t. Treasurer. ( -OL. d. P. Rr'II AllliSON, Friday] October i">. isso. GUA...

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 October 1880

THE OttANtiEBUJRG TIM KS. | I86UICD EVERY Fill DAY MORN I NO MKLblCILUIP? KbYVAKDS. Proprietors. STIL KS It. MKLLICIIA.MP Ktlttor. Terms of Subscription. One Copy one Year.Si on "* Sir Month, . 7? Hutes of Advertisings One. Square 1*1 Insertion.51 00 Knrh Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise' menls to be paid for in Advance. J5*fiS>'" Wc are in no way responsible (or the views or opinions of >ur Correspond* tuts. FOR PRESIDENT Winfield Scott Hancock OF PMXNSY I ,V A N I A VICE-PRESIDENT. W. II. KNULiSlL OF I N I > I A X A OUR STANDARD BEARERS. GEN. JOHNSON HAGOOD. JLieiiteitiuil-Ciovttriior. GEN. J. I). KENNEDY. Secretary of State. ( toi.. R. M. Si ms. Comptroller^ ?euer? 1. J Alt KS C. C'oit. Attorney-General. LkRoY F. Yot'MA N's. Sup't. of Education. Cai't. Hugh S. Thompson. Adjt. and Inspector General. A. M. Maniuaci.t. Treasurer. Col,. J. 1'. RlCIlAUOSON. FRIDAY, Ot TO It KU l?. 1880. GRAM) DEMOCRA...

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. — 15 October 1880

T^ho OrangoVmrpr Times LOG X Jj The political pot is hoi ling over. The weather has changed eooler. ? mm *> m* The moonlight nights arc delight ful. Mr. ,J. W. Moseley has just re ceived a car load of fine horses. The Kmls are jubilant over the October elect ions. Three weeks might change their tune. Kev. j. F. Kiser is absent from town in attendance upon the Luthe ran Synod. We understand that the public Hchools of the County will open on the 1st of November. Grant ha.- considerably qualified Ids remarks t?? Dr. Fowler about Hancock. Mr. Willcock will, in a few days, receive a ear load of sto.vs. Look out for them. The Hoard of County Commission ers will meet next Monday, the 18th iust. Shntier's Indian vermifuge will de stroy and expel worms. Jt is relia ble, it is c heap. Only 25 eouts a bottle. Frof. W. \V. Duncan will pn a< h at White House and llethel at II .v. at. und 3 A e. m. on the Itli Sunday in i November instead <d' October us was announced. Hon. Samuel Dibble,...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 15 October 1880

UNPARALLELED Superlative in its Attributes. The W'ii ITICt lUIKlMflckllOM'I ???ige?! K INO, ol" all Sowing Itfliftchint??. In the third year of its oxistcneo its Haley amounted tu r> I iYLju;lliner*. No other iiiaehine ever had Micha RECORD, 0I-' ;POPULARITY 11 is simple ia construction. |t sTeilst? ii i- Anii made, once, regulated requite no change for ordinary work. gt is the Lightest Umiunig Maehitie made, ami is nearly m i.-cl. jts sin tile is tr^dfM breading, made of Folid .Steel, ami carries a Larger Itohbiii than id most any'odtcr Kniuily Machine, jit has more room under the Ann than r.ny oil.i r Maehine, making it very desira ble for Drcisui ikcrn and others, w ho often wish to carry the fabric under tin* arm without ei itdiing it. 21 haa, in fact, every * 1 inproveiiicnl Known in Modern Sewing Machines. Hesiues all the n gular and extra AttiK h im nis which are given free with euch Ma chiiu-. I alsn give the New "Wbilu" At tach uieul. c<>h i 'tiiig of 1st. A r.ii.d...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 22 October 1880

Carriag Factor 7. The undersigned respectfully in foi ms tko public lhat he is prepared tu do all Kind of Work in the above line on the. shortest no tice ami at Livine; Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the beet possible manner. I also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING; MACHINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in this 'ine done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is anlici ted. julv 25 Ii. RIGGS. rG?T?lj CALL AT THE PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1ST I by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing in fill orders in BREAD, ROI.Lv, PIES ( 3 A IC K S ?Of all description*. GUNGEILS Bv the HA KK.SL or IJOX. 'Also B i l K \ D Tor Ca nip* Meetings ?r any oilier kind "! Meetings. ' -ist received l<"rc?.li < 'otifcctloiturics. I'anc.v (xloo.ls And Notions Which will be sohl as l.t)\V a- any that can l?o bought in Urangehurg. Thankful for the past patronage of my .friends ami -.he puhiic l ?tili solicit a con tinuance of their custom.' T. W. Alh...

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 October 1880

Till) ORANtiEBUIIG TIM FS ISSt'Ul) i vi:KY i>ttll)A*Y MOKNINU MKIililCIIAM'l' & I'DWAllPS, I'nijuir'-iis. KtiiiKS It. MKLh! CHAMP I'llitor. 'IVrniH <>i' Svibsci'ipt ion* One Copy one Year.fl no " " Six Moni},. . T>"? Kates of Advertising. One. Square 1?/ Insertion.SI 00 AW/i Subsequent " . .r)0 Notices inserted in Local ('ultima at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Adecrtisc mcnts to be paitlfor in Adranee. b*r)'" We an- in no way responsible for tlie views or opinions of mr Correspond rnts. FOE PRESIDENT Winfield Scott Hancock OF PENNSYl jV A N I A VICE-PRESIDENT, W. II. KNOLI?11. OF INI > I A X A OUR STANDARD BEARERS, <t;ov ioit\osc. GEN. .JOHNSON HAOOOD. ITouton it j:t-diot er?or. OKN. d. I). K KNN Kl ?Y. Secretary of State. ( hi.. R. M. Sims. (!ompl roller-' lenernl. d a m ks ('. ('orr. Attuiiiev ('cucrnl. LkUoy F. Yocm.vxs. Siip*t. of Ivlocalion. (Ait. I Iron s. Thompson. Adjt. ami Inspector General. A. M. .M AM?. Al l 1. Treasurer. ('ni.. .1. ...

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. — 22 October 1880

THE ORANUEIHJUG TIM I S. Jssri:i> l-VKKY KUIWAY MOKNIN? MKhbini.V.!!' i\ KlfWAUPS, Proprietors. STILES 15- MELIJUII AM I' Kditor. 'IVrms <>]' Svtbsci'ipt ion? One Copy one Year.S1 00 " Six Month? . 7"> Kates of Advertising. One Square \?t Insertion.SI 00 Kach Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at2Qcver Line. All Subscriptions und Transient Advertise' ments lo Ik- paid for in Advance Rzi?" We nre in no way responsible lor tin- views, or opinions or mr Correspond rntR. FOR PRESIDENT Winfield Scott Hancock OF 1> K N N S Y I ,V A X I A VICE-PRESIDENT. W. 1!. KNOLteif. OF INI ) I AN A OUR STANDARD BEARERS. 4;<>Yj:it\oie. GKN. JOHNSON HAGOOI). J.iou ten on*-Governor. GKN. J. 1). KENNEDY. Secretary oi State. ' 'oi.. R. M. Sims. (!ompl roller-General. .1 \ M i:s ('. < hi r. Atlbrnoy-t ?cnoral. LkRoY F. Yot'MANS. Snjft. of Fducation. ( \l"v. Hi <;ii S. Thompson. Adjt. ami Inspector General. A. M. .Maniwai i.t. Treasurer. ( ol.. .1. 1*. Rlt'llAUDSOX....

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. — 22 October 1880

rrho Oi'axiKebni'jjr Times X, OCA. Xj Principles, not men. Dcmoerts, g? to work ! The itg?uy will noon he over. Lay aside prejudices aud work for good government. -???mmc*v ? ' ? <?? - 100 dozen champaign lager beer jlist received by J. Dec4 Andrews. Hot dinner and hot supper to day at the Lutheran Fair for only 25 cents! A son of Mr. W. A. O'Caih had his hand badly cut in his father's gin on Wednesday afternoon. See advertisements of Air. das. Van Tassell in this issue, and govern yoursclves necon 1 inydv. J _m ^_ Mr. J. G. Peers has just received a full line of canned goods of the very best brands. Go and try them. The New York Herald, the weath cock paper of America, blew Demo cratic last month, hut i:-> blowing lie publican to-day. ? lino. . * . <ju.i?.i Mr. Mosel(iy has sent up a line slock of horses to Lewisville where he has established a branch business in the stock line. The leaders of th<' Radical Con vention have appropriated to them selves all tin- lish, and ...

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. — 22 October 1880

lI MP ft PIIS I |H P*H Superlative hi its Attributes. o B -j e? f*t\ p n <d SMMiM 0? Tri B iiteSeifiiillcMig ? ? i ? - i $ ? : ... X , . ..... ;i - 1 ?sr' -.-_-./ V "-? Ti?A.i-?w i i jy i ?t i 1 ? VO L'J'I-J? taiH&sut'k ow! . ? l\ i .\ ( i ?? all M'wiii? MacIainoM. In llio I"'' fviirol its existence it.-? sales' luiiuniocti to t Miicliiiies, No other litach.m evci had such a RECORD Oe' POPULARITY g t is simple in construction. fi s T? usii n i? Antoiiui tic, once regulated rcipiiie ii" change1 U?r ordinary work. 31 i- the Lightest I.mining Machine made, ami is nearly noiseless. ti- Shi.tile is ?elf-lhieaditig, made of solid .Steel, and eiirries a Larger bobbin than alulesl iiny'olher Family Machine, f! has more rnoui uiidcr the Arm .than t;ny oilier Machine, making it very dedra hie lor Dressni ikers and oihers/.wlio often wish in carry the fabric under thv arm without ei lldlillg it. jj I haa, in tact, every Improvement known in Modern Seving Machines, besides all l ho regul...

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 October 1880

Carriag Factory. Tho undersigned respectfully in | forms the public iliut he is prepared to ilo all Kind of Work in the above line on tilts shortest im tice an<l aL Living Prices. IIuRSESHOEING done in the Lest possible manner. I also have in full operation my PLANLNG AND MOULDING; M.U HIN KS, And GUI ST M ILL. All work in ibis >im> done without delav and <?n reasonable terms. A share ol the public palronrge i soliei toil, julv 2$ IL Hl Gl :S. OALT, . O A LI, PE0PiE\S BAKERY Established in 1*71 by the PropH etor, who i.- still ready and willing to till orders in BREAD, ROLL.-, PIES < j a k i-: s Of all description*. G?NGISIIS Itv the UAIllt.SL or III >X. Abo i \ 11 \<z a n For Camp-Meetings or any other kind .Meetings. i'asl received Is i 'v,:i (V<'(iOlt:i rios, JPaiiey <?oo*Js And YwCi Which will be sold as !.<>w an.v dial can be lioughl in OraUgchurg. Thankful for the |?':is*i patronage Of my friends and '.he piihlie I -till -oli.:t a eon tiiiii.in...

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 October 1880

THE ORANGEM KG TIMES. I ISSUM) KVKItY KKIDAY MOKNIKU MELLICH AM I' & KDYVAKHS. Proprietors. STILES It. MELLICH AMI' Editor. Tei*ms ol' Subscription* One Cop;/ our. l'ear.?1 00 " " Six Month,. 70 Kales of Advertising. One So uare 1st Insertion.?l 00 Koch Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Locol Column at'10c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. BSf Wo are in no way responsible lor tho views or opinions o* nur Correspond *nts. * FOR PRESIDENT. Winfield Scott Hancock OF PENNSYI A' A N I A VICE-PRESIDENT. Ol?' INDIANA OUR STANDARD BEARERS. <a>vi-:ifixoit. GEN. JOHNSON tIAGOOD. fjiCllteiitlllt-CIo vernor. GEN. J. 1). KENNEDY. Secrcl n ry of SI a t c. Cot.. It. M. Sims. Compt roller-General. James O. C'oit. At torn oy -Gene ra I. LkHot F. Yol mans. Sup't. of Education. CArr. llr<;u S. Thompson. Adjt. ami Inspector General. A. M. MASiOAt'i/r. Treasurer. Col. J. 1'. llicilAltosox. FRIDAY, (>< TOJIKK 2th ISStb HEMOCR ATSJA...

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 October 1880

~ L 6~ C A. ? Hon. M, P. O'Connor will spouk hero to-night. Note change in W. F, Robinson's card in this issue. Mr. J. G. Vose will open a family grocery in the store one door West of I). E. Smoak & Co. See advertisement of Mr. Dnnner in this issue. A word to ihc w ise, Ac. Mr. Jacob Hozard's infant died last Friday night and whs hurried on Saturday. The bereaved family has our sympathy. C. I). Kortjohn is oOering rare in ducemcntsto everybody and especi ally to country merchants. Soe no tices. The taxes are being paid up rapid ly in this County. Honest expendi ture of public funds makes our peo ple confident. . ?.-iu9 ? m ' - No child can be healthy if worms abound in its stomach. Send for Shrincr's Indian Vermifuge, the reli able remedy. See card of declination of M r. II. L. Rickenbaker for School Commission er on the Radical ticket, and let every Democrat follow his example. holivcr is a Republican to day, but he will be a Democrat at the next elec tion, as that will hi-an "...

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 October 1880

I^lio Orange)mr;-c Timca l7?~? "?. TL? Hon. M? P. O'Counor will speak here to-night. Note change in W. F. Robinson's card in tins issue. Mr. J. G. Vose will open n family grocery iu the st?re one door West of J). F. Smoak <fc Co. See advertisement of .Mr. Danner in this issue. A word to ihewise, Mr. .Ineoh Bozurd's infant died last Friday night and was hurried on Saturday. The bereaved family has our sympathy. - - -?- i in ?ira-?- . - . mi* (J. I). Kortjohn is offering rare in ducements to everybody and especi ally to country merchants. Sec no tices. The taxes are being paid up rapid ly in this County. Honest expendi ture of public funds makes our peo ple confident. No child can he healthy if worms abound in its stomach. Send for Shriner's Indian Vermifuge, the reli able remedy. See card ofdeclination of Mr. II. L. Rickenbaker for School Commission er on the Radical ticket, ami let every Democrat follow Ids example. Holiver is a Republican to-day, but he will be a Democrat at the...

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. — 29 October 1880

OF TUB liSeiiilaclii! it: '?fk-4 //:/T ??ri - Ml ?J ? net I Superlative in its Attributes. ?:<- W i ITi:stuiMlHlli*k( OWl c<ij5*'?5 KINO, all bewinfs Mtao.liint'm. In lord year ?>C its oxisfetig? jtssnJes: aiiumii'iii I.. ;, |.,-;:>.?? .\ l; i-. ? 11111 < No other in:icli>in" ever luul such it rECOr..0 of ro: ularity 11 i- simple in ???.t>~! i notion, i i s 'I < msion i.-. .\ iitouiiii it*, uiicc regulated rcipinc no change lor ordinary work. i;t |k llic Lightest I tunning Machine nluilo, ttltd is nearly noiseless. , |is Shuttle is .S lf threading, made ><\ soli.I 6'tcel, anil curries a Larger llohhin than almost auy'othcr family Machine. |i has more room under the Aim than any oilier Machine, making ii very ih.-sita li h; in I >i? -.-in ikers ami others, \\h?> otieii wisli to eiiriy the fabric undc! thu iiriu without ei u- hing it. ri litia. in i.ni. every Improvement known in Modern Set ilig dai-hiiics. besides all the regularaiul i'xtra Atta? 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. — 5 November 1880

Carriage Factor/. The undersigned respectfully in forms the puhlie that he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in tho above line on the shortest no tice and at Living? Prices. HORSESHOEING done in 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 dolay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patron ft ge is solicited. july 25 H. RIGGS. "CALl7 c a El AT TUR PEOPLE S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready ami willing In fill orders in BREAD, ROLLS, PIES c a k iz s Of all descriptions. GUNGKRS By tho BARREL or BOX. Also B n t5 a D For Camp-Meeting* or any other kind ol Meetings. Just received Fresh ('onfootioij;irien, r<iucy 4jJ<??mIh And KolionM Which will be Bold as low a.s any that can be bought in Orangeburg. Thankful for the past patronage of my friends and the public I still solicit a coli? tinuance of their custom.' T. W. Alberprotti, Kusuell ?'stree...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 5 November 1880

THE OIlANGEIiti l!<5- TliiH.S, ISSUKL) ' VI ? I I.IDW MllltMMi ??*??- - ? - IB MKbhltlllAMr' & lYar::cloi;s::| STII.KS It. HKIiKICluiMP C?tnr. Tei'in.? <>l" ^>nl t.-cript i( >:i. Qng Cony one Year.$1 00 " " ? Sir, vtoni.L ....... 70 Hates of Advertising. One Saiiare 1st Insertion,....$1 00 /iViI/i o?6.w/jj(fiit ". 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at 2Uc pa Line. All Subscriptions ana Transient Advertise- j mails In be paid for in Ailvuncc. . JJ-We an1 iu no way i ?..?loiir-ibic lor t lif vIciiR or opinions n:r l\iircspond mis. ikiiuy, n<?\ i,mi:hi: ... i?so; Till: DEMOCRATS ViClOUlOUS IS TUE COUNTY, ANU STATE! The"returns fi-oin the Vtiiious polls show fho election of the entire, Goun tybDentocriiti'e ticket by a handsome majority. Tito Republicans put np no .State ticket, so that the whole State Deitto eratic ticket is elected almost without opposition, .'mil II a goo tl is Governor of South ('aroliita. Thi? victory should certainly con sole the Democrats i...

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