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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 5 November 1880

Iig ?'raiifrebTii'K Times X. O C WL Let us have peace. Now for mateiial progress. Let us build up factories. Hard work was douo on election iy. - mtm ? mmVm Let us nW'fc the workers and tin Three cheers tbr Hagood, our Gov ernor! The" vote" was unilsmiUy heavy at the Court 1 louse. The Kads tried bull dozing wher ever they worein the majority. Grum l'aees, threats and sticks on'L scare worth a cent. The ticket scratchers are all known uid will be watched hereafter. If trouble Comes who will be re Hponsihlc? We think we know. The election was quiet and orderly at the ('ourt House poll, The Grectiba'cli bait did iibl lake. 'The Rads <lid hot take up the lit kei. In the election of Hagood ^outli Carolina has an excellent Governor. The Hancock electors have ear? icd this State by -10,000 majority. Thi' election has passed otf all over the < 'oiinty with far less trouble than was anticipated. Several arrests were made at thi' ill House on election day, but rything passe.1 oil*quiet...

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 November 1880

^lio Orangeibiii'f?: Times Let us hltVC peace. Now for matciial ?l'Qgrosa Let us build up factotios. Hard work was doue ou election ly. ? ? \'' ; ' -mm ? ?i ? .Let us mark. the workers and the laggards. Three cheers Ibr II a good, our Gov ernor! The'vote was iniilsunlly heavy at fcj.be Court House. The It ads tried bull-do/.ing wlier Jevcr they worein the majority. Grutn faces, threats and sticks F3ou't scare worth a cent. The ticket serntehers are all known and will be watched hereafter. ]f trouble comes who will bo re sponsihlc? Wc think we know. The election was quiet and orderly at the ('ourt I louse poll, The (Jreenhaek bail did not take, The Rads did not take up the ticket. In the election of Hagood South Carolina has au excellent Governor. The Hancock electors have car ied this State by -to,ot?o majority. The election has passe.I oil nil over the County with far h -s trouble than was anticipated. Several arrests were .ill:tj\i at the urt Mouse on election day, but Fery thing ...

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 November 1880

UNPARALLELED SUCCESS or THE liteSewiDglcta ort 1 188?) Superlative in its Attributes. The W1IITI0 stands acknowl edged KINO, ol" all Mewing Machines. In tin* third year of it* existence its sales amounted to 54,808 Machines. No other machine ever !iad such a RECORD, OF POPULARITY" I tin simple in construction. II ? Tension is Automatic, onrc regulated requite n<' change lor ordinary work. 11 in the Lightest Cunning Machine made, and it) nearly noiseless. ItH Shtttlo is Self-threading, made of solid .Steel, and carries a Larger Bobbin than almost any (other Family Machine, |t lias more room under the Ann than any other Machine, making it very desira hle :oi Drcssni ikers and others,, who often wish to carry the fabric under lh? nrtn without crushing it. |t haa, in fact, every Improvement known in Modern Sewing Machines. Besides all the regular and extra Attach* incuts which arc given free with each Ma chins. I also give the New "White" At tachment. c"ii Utting of Int. A Binder for...

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 November 1880

Carriag: Factor f. Tbc undersigned reaped fully in fotnis the public t hat he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above line <>n the shortest no tice and ut Ijivira^; Prices. HUKS1C.SLLQEI.N1G done in the; best possible manner. 1 also have in lull operation my PLANUNG AND MOULDING; MAC MINKS, And CRIST MILL. All work in this line done without delay ami on reasonable term-; A share oi the public patronage is solicited. inly 25 11- RIGGS. CALL OA LTi A I '1 11 K Established in 1^71 by tie- Propri etor, who is still ready and willing in till orders in BREAD, KOI L>, IM KS q a k i: s Of nil descriptions. GUNGEilS l$v the BAH1LSL or III IX. 'Also 1 >> i I ! \ I > For Ca tup-Meetings <u- any other 'dial n( Meetings. Jast received l?"*!-?*?? !? ('<>n i.'vi ioiiarios, i'a?<'.v tbloosBs And .Voliuus Which will be sold as LOW as any thai etin he bought in t Irangehurg. Thankful for the past patronage of my friends and '.he public l still solicit a d>ii l...

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 November 1880

THE GUANMEHUUU TINES, j ls:-rt;i> M'KHY fltlDAY MOltNINd I ? - ' i ?IKM-iCII.UH'& i.l.W AP.?S. I'lnp!ietiirs. STILTS [';. Mhidl'il IMP Kililiir. ? ? ' 'lY-i-ms-- <?t' Sul)r'ci'ipi i'oii? Our. (?..;../ Yair.VI Sit Mou'i . 75 Kales at Advertising. One St/uure 1st Insertion.Si 00 Koch Subsequent " . ">u Notices inserted in I.oral C'olntnu <<> 20n per J.inr. All Subscriptions und Transient Adrcrtisc incuts to /.<? paid fur in Adrunr.c. ?r-.Y" We nnj in ho way ..n il l. ior the vict\? or opinions: ??' >iir < orrCspi i;-! f Ills. Kill DA y, N< >Y | .M I'!.;; i j. jssti. \a:t i?y?oNi:s m: iwu > ,(?: . The election is over. ! ei .; ? now turn our atlenliou loot her :i:i . n.a profitable themes. There is :*o use any longer Lb harbor the sii iim ivies which have been gonorsite,! oh either side by ihe excitements ol'the cam paign. We waat peace and tpii et us a people in order lha.l we inn\ devote <hirselves I<? material progn s and to the security...

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 November 1880

The Orrm;u:el>iirgr Time? Jj O C A. Jj Everything is quid along the Kdisto. We saw mi huntSumlay, aDeino eratie heu with a reel shirl cm. Mr. 15. Frank Slater has leeeiveil another rar loail of huggies. A pntfof Dr. Sherroti Keeves" cigars will curt the w orst case of blues. We have hail several days of rainy and sloppy weather. Hurrah for Home Uule, good government, peace, prosperity and harmony! We are -lad to learn that M r. J. .1. Street, who has keen quite ill for the last few days, is improving. Thanks to Dr. A. <'. I hikes for favors extended to us this week. We wish him long life ami prosperity. Til man 1?. U nines, the odi tor id' the "State Httildcr," was in our town on Saturday. A good farm of ~- acres only one mile from the. Court House for sale or rent. Apply at this olllee. ? "Sec yourselves as ot hers see you," by buying a looking glass from the "cheap store" of < . D. Kortjohn. .Mr. .!.('. I'ecrsis selling en bbnges ami fruit cheaper than they can be ha?! el...

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 November 1880

siifisi i 5" TUl? m i bet 1 C 1 S AI A 1 v V' ' I there; iiitil the ... :} ?I I.,- iiLiivi- 1 uh m i ii.ii,i< :< is; My ;-;:.!?.? I.:'- ii.iy. I Jiiij i' I'oiiiid !1 in . > -. :???:,?? ? i ? t it<*:?iirsVj |.T |V< iistiie t: ? l ? ? ? ; . :?? . c< i (>? tili"? I ? liit an tii" t : ? i ?? ?: ? , I . ? I'I iit'l-i .'."w..1 i. ? itti/ii v. so it- v . iit.i.-i - liii ?.. I I.M j?uivli::>:* (?riei i>l' t ..it i v: ii ?. ! . . v ii ? run 1 1 ?.. i.l.M Superlative in its Attributes, 'S lie \i i i I'l'I'iSlltlKiNlK'lil <9-?v I ii \\ | N< '?? ??? all fetwlllg Aii :Hiitist<vM. !n tIn- 'liii>! year ef itsy existence basilic* iiiiioiim'i ?! '.<? r>. I ?JSri; J Min.'IiiJtcs. ."?i? othl i' lilt'i.'ll air ?ver had mi. !i a ACCORD OF rOIULAillTY jiissimph1 in cdiisirticlioii g i,-T? nsi? n is Auii'itiiitu', eiici rigitkiicd utjtii > no change tor uidiimi v um I;. 11 is il <- Lightest limning Machine i: aile. ami is nearly in.i.-i !< ?. fl i * Sh...

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 November 1880

Carito Factor 7 The undersigned respectfully in 1 foims ihc public lliul he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above lim: on tlm shortest no tice and at Liiv'na; Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. f also Itave in i'ull operation niv L'LANIjnCJ AND MOULDING; MA( HIN KS, Ami GRIST M IKK. All woik in this line done without delay and or. .'ensoiinbh' terms a sliarc ol the public patronage is solicited. jtily '25 II. LIGGS. CALL C.\L1. PEOPLE'S' BAKERY Established in 1871 by lite I'ropri etor. who is still ready and ?\: 1 i. i. l: ,; iill orders in BREAD, 1H I I , IMKS <: A K l: s Of nil descriptions. UUNliRRS Hv the IJAUUSL or IJUX. ".Abo -?~? "i > : i .i ? i. I > IV 1 ' i \ 1 ' I'or Cnmp-Mrelings or any other ki:oI ? M ectingx. * ust received I^ros-li ('on feet mini ric>, i'illM'.V 4?o??us And Aid ious AY.hicdi will he sold as LOW -a- any that can !. ? hoii^hl in tb'nngehurir. Thankful for ih? past patronage of ir.\ friends and ".he pnhlic I -till...

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 November 1880

Carriaff .Factor /. Tlir undersigned respectfully in fm ins (lie public I lull he is prepared tu do till Kind of Work in tho above line on tlio shortest no tiee and at Iiiv'no; Prices. lRiUSKSll?KING den.- in the best possible manner. I also huvi in bill operalioa my 1'LAN I KG AND MOULDING] MA( II INKS, And GUI ST M ILL. All work in ?Iiis line done without delay and on reasonable lentis A share <>l the public patronage is ; sol ieitcd. july 25 II. IliGl !S. I CALL C \ T.lJ PEOPLE S BAKERY Kstnblished in LS71 by ihe I'ropri eior. who is still really ami willing h iill older.- in BREAD, Ri I L , IM KS ( ) a k i: s Of nil descriptions. (iUNfiKlLS ?v tin- I1AKKKL or I5UX. *AUo ]5 i i \ ] \ I > l or Csiinp-Mrethigs or :my other kind Men hip*. Just reeeived I^rOKll ( 'on loci idii;i ries, I';iik'.V 4?oiMls Aii<l Aotioiis W.ldelt will he -.Id LOW as any that can ',. ? hon^hl ie tIraiipehurp, thankful lot tlo- past patriinapc of in\ friends nod '.he public I ?tili solicit a eon...

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 November 1880

THE OlU N(JM'Jl (Mi TIHKS. IF.' l ! I) i' V: lt> iminw M"i.v lN<i M !'h!,it'll \ .Ml' S K1)\YAKI)S? Projiiicloi's. oTIhKS !!. MKI.hlflll OIP Kiiittir. l'l'ViH <>!' Sill >: t *)? i; >l ion. fur ( '<>;.?/ .)/.? Vi irr. ? 1 00 " .SVjr: M<in'h . 75 Hales of A'lvei'tisitig. On, S,;!!,,,:- 1st fnscrtioil.SI "<> /?aii'/i Sit'i. itju, nt " . ?<) Notices' inserted in /. ? ?<..' (;.!,,,?,, ?' 20c per J// Suhwrii\tions .<nd Tnti'xirnt .idrcfiise Wait* I? I.- /? ii .' /..,? IH .|?/;.rtlf.\ /?" VV,. ;ui' in iui \v!iv li'-f >?>!!? ! 1. 11 il tlt ? - viiinis or t.pinion- <?' mr 1 one e >ii'l i Kilt A V. N< i\ ; M Iii i; 111. 1. a. Tili: i.l.Ulhl \: I ill) VM: i is V?M.?. Our .; ii; (. oiiiii'illiii oil i hysony ;(. 1, ^i.-jnii} for I'ic IViitiiv eh'.-.iv of bur Stifte. ho<lv i j- ??! it h tau tain thai many ilillmilit p'ri I ill ? - aii- !?? he sol ved u hu h i'i . j a?? ?? a iiu ami eh ? r mihi fi sl.'tU'stnaiisiliijii iai ii Lt'.uisliit...

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 November 1880

rJ'h<> OrniifrebuvjLr Times jj o c A. We are now oileriag rare iutluee raents to parties wishing to supply themselves with good ami sound newspapers :il the following low rates: The Tin ks and Charleston weekly "News" for only $^ ."><> per year. The Timks and ('oluinbia weekly ??Register" $2 50, Triweekly $1 on and the Daily at i""? 75 per year. The Tim ks and the ('olumhia week ly "Yoeman"* at $'J nOperyestr. The above rates area! least fiO ets lower than the regular subscription priee to eilherof the papers named. lee on Moutlay. The Legislature meets on Tue day. - -- MMM * -*Mmm Look mil for Mr. Kirk liobinson new advertisement next week. Mr. DeMars is celling apples at exceedingly low prices. -? ? -torn - Gov. deter h: appointed next Thursday the 25th as a day of Thanksgiving. We return thanks 1?? .Mr. Allen Riley for a line mess of ex I ra large ruta-haga t unips. If you want a real good ami sur vioeul.de pockel knife at a reasonable price call on II. Ucunekor, T...

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. — 19 November 1880

7'be Oraiijjrebui-ja: Times L O O A. I. We are now ottering rare induce nients to parties wishing to supply themselves with good and sound newspapers al the following low rates: The Tinks and Charleston weekly "News" for only $2 50 per year. The Timks and Coliimhia weekly "Register" 50, Tri-weekly $1 00 und the Daily at #7 7."? per year. The Tim ks ami the < 'oluinbia week ly '4Yoeman" at ut) per year. Tin- above rates a re at least fit) ets lower than the regular subscription price lo either of the papers mimed. lee on Monday. The Legislature meets on Tues day. - m%m\9 * mit* ' Look (ml Ibr .Mr. Kirk Robinson's new advertiscment next wee... .Mr. I-'. DeMars is selling apples a' exceedingly low prices. Gov. deter has appoinied next Thursday the 2">th as a day of Thanksgiving. We return thanks to Mr. Allen Kiley for a line mess of extra large rutabaga t it nips. If yon want a real gooi am! ser vicoable pocket knife at a reasonable price call on II. Ketineker, The Presbyterinn t...

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. — 19 November 1880

tfk 0 8 ff? ffS p Q ? wfUUuuuWIiifV labiilUt Superlative in its Attributes. 'i lie V* - - IM'K r- t:l mis Sieh ?M I ?'<lji,<'<l IvlNCJ <2 iil? ."?'Win". AfcsAclcim'S. In l iiv third yvni' of its existence1 its Hale.'1 im ?? in'?'.I in J ..--."">,' 5 .\ I ; u ? 11 i 11 < bo other inarli nie ever I?:? <t suclt ti RECORD Off FOrULARITY I!I- simple iu construction j! s Tension is .Nntoniaiie, nitei regulated laimiic no i li.n.i r lor i I'iiuai v work. ti i- ill I iylitcsl I iiiniiiig Macltiiie. i: :n!i . aitil i- la :irl\ ie iseh-Ss; j!- Sin Ith- i- .v el I'threading, mail'' of ?olid .Steel, iiiul e'irrie a Linger liohlihi than aliiii'st any'other family Maclihic, Ji has i.int. m.iiii liiisti r ihii Arm than :.i;;. nllui )<iiiehiiie,:iii:ikiiig it ven th-ha i.i I n -hin i! 11- ami others, who olieii wish lo rv ihr la'-.ric mein- tnv ana \\ illioui ei i: hiiig ii. Ii i ha s. oi i .i i. every Imjirovciuen; known in Modern Sev iiig Marline s hi'seie. all the reyiil....

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 November 1880

Carriag. Factor /. The undersigned rc? pect fully in foitns the public that he is. prepared to do nil Kind of Work in the above line on tins shortest no tice and at L.iv:iis? Prices Hv.Ifc-ESHOEING done in tlx host possible manner. I also have in lull operation tnv PLAN I is Ci AM) MOULLING M At INN ICS, And GRIST MILL. All work iu this !inc done without delay and on retisoiinhlo terms A share ol the public pal run air- i Bolieitt d. iuiv 25 ii. niGi;s. CALL c1 \j \ PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1 ^7 I by tin1 IV ? > etor. who is still reatly and wiilin (ill orders iu HR KAI), \v i I , IM KS (: a K i: s Of al! descriptions. \ * C . i k L-1 .' ftv i)u> HA I. W M. ..i Iii >.\ 'Also IS I i : 1 or I'Viiup-V| ei . ? Vlcetiiigs. i-t reoei \ ud J'-rt's-Ii onIV ?. t. .t?i?t A ti ll> V\hh-ll will l.e sold a- 1.'? a- all? thai -it he bollylll iii Oruilgchlll g. Thankful for llie pa-: patronage of ??. friends and 'he public I sliil solu/ii a ??? liunanei of their ru? i?tn T. W. Al...

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. — 26 November 1880

Carriag. Factor /. The undersigned ropcetfully in foi ms the public that he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in the above line on till: shortest no tice and at. X-iv;na; Prices Hv.KsKSIIOEING done in lh< best possible manner. I also have in lull operation my PLANING AND MOULDING M At 11 IN ICS, And GRIST MILL. All work in this 'ine done without dehiv and on rensoiiubb1 terms A share 61 the public pat n>mie->- is Bolieited. july 25 I!. RIGCS. caiLt] c I,i PEOPLE S BAKERY Established in 1^71 by the IV ? ? rtnr. who is still ready and will <. fill orders in It 'll KAI), Hi i I- , I'M KS (! A K 1 : s> Of rd! descriptions. <a'NULfi! Uv ihe I'.A KU SI. or lit >.N "Also 1 ) ! : ! or i atop* W,:et iej ??leetingS. l-l reeeive.i l-'res-ll .. on!'. ... -t S ;t??e*, t.o >.. . it titt .? u in >\llicll will he ><ml a- I." \ a- a to ilial be Luii ;lu in < Irnhgebiii jr. Th.'iid;fiii for tie- pa-: patronage >>: -t. friei.ds and '.lie piddie I ?Iii; soin n...

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. — 26 November 1880

THE OUANUEIilUU TIM I S. ISSUKI) I'VKItY FHtDAY MOItMNO MEblJCHA.MT & KliWAuilS, I'roprirtonk STILES It. MKMilOIIAMI? Editor. Terms of Subscription. One Copy one Yeor.Si "0 " " iS7x Moni ha . 7? Hales of Advertising. One Square. 1st Insertion.f?l 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Locol Cohn?a at 20c per Live. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be jiaid fur in Adruncc. 8h";v' We nre in no way responsible for tlie vicot or opinions i*' ><?: Lorrcspomh tnts. IK! DAY. NuVI.MIIki: 2?. hSSii. THE U?V EKNOlVs M ESSAU E. The message of do v. .let er is a praetieal document, l! is a g.i chart for Ihr guidance 01 the Legis laturo. We will dhlye?.l nt'.t'ntidii t o a few poi ut s. On I In- subject of I In- poll tsi x he suggests the import a nee of devising some law by which Lit is lax may hi more generally collected. On the subject <>!' public educa tion he is very full, and couuucuih to the favorable consideration of the Legislature, the recommenda...

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. — 26 November 1880

Tho ?rangetorirg Times L ?? A Tu We are now tillering rare induce ents to parties wishing to supply >inselves with good and sound 'spapera at the following low es: The Times and Charleston weekly "News" for only $2 50 per year. The Timks and Coluinhia weekly "Register" $2 50. Tri-weekly $1 00 and the Daily at $7 75 per year. The Times and the (lolumbin week ly "Yocninn" at $"2 50 per year. The above rate - are at least 50 els lower than?tlic regular Kuhseriplion price to either of ! be papers named. f Everybody is happy. Business is booming. Cold weather has set in in earnest. A cold rain has set in upon us. The cold snap gives the wood ven dors a briskTmsincss. Repairs are being made on Market Street in front of Cannon's Hotel. A new post ollhv has been est ab lirihed at the. residence of Dr. K. \\ Hates under the name of Me< ants. The boys are already commencing to remind us of ( b i ist mas wit h their lire crackers. The public schools were ripened throughout the County on ...

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. — 26 November 1880

ort 1 1 SSO Superlative in its Attributes. The 1"? ?? ITlOhlsintlHucki-o'H'I ecljf?;?l KINO, ol' all hewing Machines. In the third year of Uh existence its sale .ii ted to 54,B58 Muslime**. No oilier iitncliiiie ever had such a RECORD OF .POPULARITY 11 is simple in const met ion. 11 > Tension is Aiitomntie, once regnltited requite no change for ordinary work. 81 is the Lightest h'tuuiing Machine made, ami is nearly noiseless. Its Motile i* Sell-ihreading, made of solid .Steel, and carries a Larger bobbin than nlmost aiiy?odier Family "Machine, 11 has timre room i|iid<*r tin' Ann than any other Machine, making it very desira ble for Drcssm tkers and others, who often wish to earry the fabric under thu arm without cni-hing it. |t baa, in I'net. overy liiiprovemeu; known in Modern Sev iug Machines, Besides all the regular ami extra Atta? h menls wbieb are given free with each Ma chin;. 1 also give the New "White/' At taehnient. c>n isling of 1st. A Hinder for SeiUlop*. 2d. A W...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 3 December 1880

Fi 4* nr.?.i ._i_ ONE DOLLAR PKK ANNUM. )? GOD AXI) OUR COtTJS'jriiY n _^ .ii?ir VOLUME VII FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 3* 1880. ALWAYS IN ADVAN -^..jj:-^.a. -u., _? in / , &T NU Mil ER 44 Y< Garriag. Paetorj. The undersigned respectfully in forms the public that he is prepared to do nil Kind of Work in tho above liue on tho shortest no tic* and at Living: 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 line, done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public patronage is sol'- ited. july 25 II. RIGGR. cXlxT" oa Lx. AT THK PEOPLES BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready and willing to fill orders in BREAD, HOLLS", PIES G A K E S Of nil descriptions. G UNOERS Pr the BARREL or BOX. Aluo T5 R !K A O For Camp-Meetings or any other kind <>i MrctiugH. Just received jFreult C-oiifee(ioii:irivH, Fancy Wood* And Notions Which will be sold...

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 December 1880

THE ORANtiEISUKti TIMES. IS8UHD EVKItY i'KIDAY MOHNINO HKhLUJllAMI' & KDWAKDS, Proprietors. STILUS IL MEhLlCIIAMP Editor. Terms of Subfiscription.? One Copy one Year.$1 00 " " fix Month* . 70 Itatos of Advertising. Our. Square 1st Insertion.$1 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20e per Line. All Subscriptions ami Transient Advertise' inents to be paid for in Advance. S&iY' We. arc in no way responsible lor the views or opinions t?f >ur Correspond ents. I-KIDAY, DKCKMoKK ... 1880. TUE INA 1*0UBAI/IEBEMONIKS, The Governor and Lieutenant Gov ernor elect were inaugurated on Tues day with the usual ceremonies. Gen. Ilugond's inaugural address was characteristic of the man, terse and practical, and contained some valuable recommendations. He concluded in these words: '?It is ray duty as Governor to 'take care that the laws are faithfully executed in mercy.' I repeat the pledge made before my election?that in the discbarge of this high trust, I shall k...

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