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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 3 February 1881

THE UltANUEHUKG TIUE8. I66UISD KV 1*1 tY 1'KIIiAV MOHN I NG STILUS U. MELLICH AMP Editor. Terms ol* !biibsci-iptioii? One Copy me. Year.$1 00 Six Mon'h. 75 nates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.$1 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 Kntices inserted in Local Column at 20c per I.inr. All Subscriptions und Transient Advertise tnents to be paid for in Advance. We arc in no way rcppousibl? )??r thu views ur opinions t<( mr CorrcMprtnd TJl??h?AY, FKHIUJAiT\ 3,1881. \VH0_1S Ei,ECTi:i) PRESIDENT]"** The Electoral Col lege says Gnr lield; lull the people say, llaneoek. The carefully compiled vole of the States s'lows that Hancock ha 3 Inn e Garfield by <">,:;:!:! votes. Nor is tln> the first tinio this has Jiappencd. Tilden heal Haves by an immense popular vole, although il is also true that he heat him in the Electoral College, ?fteen votes being stolen for Hayes. .Seymour nearly equalled ("rant in the popular.vote, although the latter heat him heavily in tin Electoral College. ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 3 February 1881

THE ORANGERl R(J TIMMS. ISSUED KV..KY FRIDAY MOKNI NO STILES R. MKLLICIIAMP Editor. Terms ol' Siifosci'iptioii One Copy one Year.'il Od A - Six Month. 75 Hates of Advertising. One Square \st insertion.$1 00 luieli Subsequent " . 60 lYff/l'crt! inserted in Local Column al 'JU<- per Line. Ail Subscriptions and Transient Adrerth ments to In: paid for in Advance. ?S-V'"1 Wc arc in no way responsible lor the views or opinions <*' tur Correspond ruts. THURSDAY, EEliR?ARY 1881. who.is .elected presidknt i The Electoral College says Gar field; lnii the people soy, Hancock. The en re fully compiled vote of tlie States s'iows that Hancock has Inn c Garficld by l),Xl'2 votes. Nor is this the lir.sl time this h:is happened. Tilden beul Hayes by an immense popular vote,although it is also true that lie hint him in the Electoral College, fifteen votes being stolen foi Hayes. Seymour nearly equalled Grant in the popular vote, although the latter beat him heavily in the Electoral College. Nei...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 3 February 1881

^-??2 ?' i i**B JKF JL^ "^ST" SSI C?^ ?JE iL?:-? ,, ^ j? CLOSING OUT! WINTER STOCK CLOSING OUT! DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, &C, FOU 30 T*AYS ONLY! ai^ Give U3 a call and convince yourselves that we mean what we say ! Jjj? Tho Orangeburg Timen ?Ii O C .A. X. The weather is still unaettled. Mr. Wm. Snin has moved to Ii it: now residence near the Railroad. The first report seems to have been oovreet that Melutiro't leg is broken. A mad dog was killed last week at Col. Folder's place. Don't fail to cull curly at Henry Kohn's clearing sales. We are shocked at the display given by the press to the cock fight ing in Greenville. Mr. CVrnelson is shipping bales of | the new yarn made at bis factory, This looks li/ce business. We arc glad to .see Mr. 1). W. Robinson out again, lie had a severe attack of illness sonic days ago. Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized to receive subscriptions aud all dues to the Timks. Married on the 27th dun., 1881, by Rev. S. Hay den, M r. Joseph Brunsen to Miss F...

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. — 3 February 1881

Attractive Prices AT THE A FULL LINK OF FAMILY GROCERIES Always on hand. COFFEE, Parched and Ground to order, NEW BUCKWHEAT, N. ?. WOLASSliS, .v.-., &e. Also a lull line of CROC K ERY, LAMPS, &o. Give nie a call. eT. GEO. VOSE. HEX) STOSiS, Sl-assell Street. nov 20 18S0 ly KIRK ROBINSON, Ins-uranco and !Ht3al Estate iLgoat. Roprebcndng a number of Oltl ami ES<?lij?3?S<' C'ompailiCR, I am pre pared to Issue POLICIES on all classes of Property at FA 111 und REASONABLE rates, A N 1) In addition to my Collecting Business, will attend to PurcllttSiirg and StiHiifi FOE SALT*] A SMALL FARM in the Town, with a Vineyard of about I acres in good cultivation. .Dwelling and Kitchen <-'n premises. Terms reasonable. ALSO iron SAT:!' Several Building Lots .and two Dwellings in the Town. For Hileor rent, 2 story Dwelling on itnssell Street. For p arlictdars apply to K-TLTv IJOl^lXSON", CHRISTMAS, CHRISTMAS! 2T?u*oy OQe&s, French, C033.feotio3a.er3r, Fzisss Bosses, ZTix? "Works,...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 10 February 1881

Make Your Home Attractive and Pleasant! The following is the beautiful premium Chromo* presented free to every subscriber of Our Home and Fireside Matjuzinc: The Kvening Song. a beautiful child is shown looking out at the radiant sunset. The ffoly faintly. Little Da'ty. Here is one of lbo..e charm ECenes. Bible Stories. One of the mo*t charming pictures of real Ufo t Sen. < ieorge N a-dii ngton. Ladv Waoliingteii. Calla Lilies. Water Lilie-. Wild Ho* s. Moss Hoses. Double Koyal Hoses. Morning 0 lories. The small siitn of one dollar will secure tho Magazine for fifteen months, ami a'so the twelve ulesanl cliior.i is mentioned above. VV. P. SPL.NCKK, Agent. The following is the premi mi Pictures presented free to llie .iibsCribers of the. Jlhi I, tiled l'uinify Herulti ?' The Monarch* oflhe Mouiuains. The Little Student. A more exipiisite work of art can hardly be thought ol. C!ros<ihg ?lin Meadow. Here is one of the sweetest and must charming scenes ever beheld I Caii Sec Voiii...

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 February 1881

EDITORIAL CHIPS. A bill has passed iu Congress de nying the right of the President of the Senate to count the electoral vote. Thomas Carlylo, the writer and philosopher, died in Condon on Sun day in the 86th year of his age. There is nothing more cheering than the vigor of the cotton factory campaign in the State. It is said that Hon. Alexander II. Stepheus is preparing an elaborate reply to Mr. Catlin'a letters ou the South. Col. 1). Wyatt A ikon, always inde pendent in his views, has given some pain talk in Congress in answer to the attacks of Mr. Catkin, of In diana. The salaries of public school teachers i;. Anderson County has been reduced to the following rates: First grade. $'10 per month; second grade, $20, and third grade, $12..")0. The subject of ??Coffee Taverns'1 is being agitated in some of tho towns ofour State. We think the idea is a good one and hope to see it carried out. Hon. J. L. M. Curry has been appoin ted General Agent of the Pcabody fund in place of Mr. Soars...

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 February 1881

Thw Orangeburg Times ~~ LOC A. X, Orangeburg is prugt'essingk There was a good dual of drunken ness in town on saledav We wonder if Hayes is tired yet of sleeping in Tilden's lied? The work on the Methodist Dis trict parsonage is going on. . ?- ma ? m Tke Young Americas were out Oh Tuesday on regular parade. The crowd in town on saledav was larger than usual. Bain! rain!! raiu!!! when will it bo clear again. Go to A. II. Walker's for fresh gro ceries. A crazy negro, from Branchville, wan lodged in jail yesterday. ? ? -. - Rev. Laniploy preached an able ser mon in the Baptist Church of our town, Sunday before last. Mr. Kirk Robinuon is authorized to receive subscriptions aud all dues to the Tim ks. The Rowesville Academy is now in successful operation with^ forty-six pupils. The cheap excursion rates lor the races in Charleston this week, will be utilized by many of our citizens. Three keys on u ring, picked up in Mr. J. C. Pike's wagon yard, will lie returned oh paying for this noti...

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 February 1881

n b Grand Cleaning Out Sale of Dry Goods, Boots, Shpes* Hats and Clothing at GEO. 8 <J ? i ! l <1 YVc will ofler .'or t lie r.ext THIRTY DAYS on rent ire Slock of 136 f f 1111 iL B rvU u u y CI AT A LARGE LINKS of CiO< i)S mist he CLOSED ??T I ? make room for sprig good; o $110 'OO? v.onh ..f IJOOTS, SHOES and I! A TS will be offer* at a SACRIITCK. Now is your time to buy fJHEAP GOODS ?I I e?iIRisT?vIA!:M* cifn^A toil) f boons, m vntkl im tic mo ok ? \. ?. ml everything in tile HB ISTDIAS GOODS Line. Uuhaerd of " ARO, INS. ( om!V.?H'1 examine my Si ??!. so that ye y;ktio\v \\hero.4t is MOS I' to 1KVKSI vein minify. I !:;?.?? ,.'?<< ;? fin ?Stock of Sw.'t-t Mtf.\r- iityj I^hlKrV ( 3 I' ? ' ??-if -4 at |>iic< \\hi< h defy ccowction. Polite ami aiitut vc Oidotcmuu id ididiv and sC I Si'l ! 1 ?<? you laiii il duvjinvav, ! . i'j be Irtttli i- diitj ly lids, 1 li ? hirgtiiu* ihiit otlii rs i You'd be sure i-> mis*. Coulailltv o:-C sliJV :nv:iy In (JouhVv. Sui...

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 February 1881

ONE DOLLAR PKK ANNUM. )? GOD OlTli COUNTRY VOLUME VII THURSDAY MORNING* FEBRUARY 17, 1881. ALWAYS IN ADV AN NUMBER i GREAT ATTRACTIONS I 13 llciiutiful Chrouios! The following is tho beautiful premium Chrome.* presented free to every subscriber of Our Home and Fireiide Mwjazlnc: The Evening Song. A beautiful cliild is shown looking out at the radiant ?onset. Tho Ifoly Family. Little Daisy. Here is one of those charm scenea. Bible Stories. Ono of the mo^t charmitig pictures of real life (Jen. George Washington. Lady Washington. Calla Lilies. Water Lilies. Wild I?o<es. Moss Hoses. Double Koyal Rosen. Morning Glories. The small sum of one doVar will secure the Magazine for fifteen months, ami a'so the twelve elegant chiouios mentioned above, W. 1?. SPENCER, Agent, OHANG15 B IJ ? I G Mmm wo eks, g. yt&xwsw & son. one Doon east of Dr. J. G. Wannamaker, Afannfaofur^rs, "r 11,1,1 Dealers ill nil kinds of Anicrictin und Itulin Tombstones, Monuments, Marble and Slate Mantels, And ...

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 February 1881

EDITORIAL CHIPS. Win. ('. Ree, a prominent factor of Charleston, died in that city on Tues day morning. Two persons have been fined by the Town Council of Anderson, re spectively, $20 and $25 for carrying concealed weapons. A freight train fell in on the tres tle near the Savannah river last week carrying down two miles of trestle. No lives were lost. "Thai's what 1 call a finished scr mini," said a wife to her husband,as thev went home from church. "Yes," was the reply, "but, do you know. 1 thought it never would he." Homer .Jenkins, a well to do fann er, about 2:1 years of age, living near Greenville, committed suicide last week by shooting himself with his 1 shot gun. The 'd'almetto Regiment of South Carolina,'1 is composed of the crack companies of the State, ami it is pro posed that an annual meeting shall be held during every State Fair. Air. U.S. Cunningham has bought out the Kings tree JSttir oilier and bc gnu the publication of the Williains burg ffni'uhlat Kihgstree. The p...

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 February 1881

Tho Orangeburg Times LOCAL Charminjr weather again. The farmer feeds all. . ^ ? ? - The Keim?ls are nourishing. Plough your ground deep and well. - m * ? ? The Agricultural Society meets on on Saturday. A fortnight of good weather has been refreshing. Mr. Kirk Robinson is authorized to receive subscriptions and all dues to the Timks. ... i^o ? ^ Farn ers arc backward with their crop preparations on account of the ?weather. . ? m ? ? - The Anniversary celebration of the Young America Fire Company takes place on Monday. We w ish the Reil Shirts a happy time. Mr. Browning, a citizen of Sum mcrville, paid u short visit to our town this week-. A setter belonging to ('apt. T. A. Jeffords of our tow n, w hich was bit ten last summer by a mad dog. died on Sunday last of dumb rabies. Monday was St. Valentines day, and many missives, gentle and oth erwise, passed through the mail at this place. The School Claim Hoard will con tinuothe disbursement of the money on t he School debt to the lowes...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 17 February 1881

Grand Cleaning Out ?:o.le of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Clothing' at GEO. H. CORNLSON'S "We will offer for the next THIRTY DAYS our entire Slock of LAUGE LINKS of GOODS mi st be CLOSED OUT t ? make room for ? $IO OOO worth of BOOTS, SHOES and HATS will he offered nt a SACRIFICE. Now is your time to buy CHEAP GOODS at GEO. BS. COUNELSOtf. GI^iSTMAsT^ "~~CHEISTMAS, CHRISTMAS! 2Tajucy CQods, UPrezicli Confectionery, 3?3:is? Bosses, 2Pire Works, CHINA TOILET GOODS, MANTEL PIECE ORNAMENTS, And everything in the CHRISTMAS GOODS Line. Unheard ofBARG* INS. Come and examine my Stock so that you may know where it is BEST t*> INVEST your money. 1 hnvc also n lim Stock ofSwcot MEATS and l^niic'V GroCP.vies at price* which defy competition. Folilc nud micutivc Gentlemen tu show and sell Could nhy one stay siway Suppose yon gliou'd stay away, In C< univ, State or T?*?? I JJ?? ?"?'? i*???JP>y diw, t , ,. ..* ? i ,i ?.. would, I lie bargains that others set, 1^:\!d?irou,,a;^ call ar...

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 February 1881

ONE HOLLAH PER ANNUM. |> GOD ^TSTD OUR COUNTRY ALWAYS IN ADV AN VOLUME VII THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 24, 1881. N UM HER 2 SPECIAL NOTICE. Now that tho holiday Fenson is over and everything has gone pros porous nnd happy; every one hotter off, nnd a bright fertile year nhead, at no period in the history of our business life have we been so thor oughly prepared to meet the want? of the trade nnd the requirements of the people, as we are now. We shall continue to place upon our'coutilers from day to day, bargains in [every drpai Intent nt LOWEST PRICKS, and shall niwnysshe found using our best tndenvors lo^prevent extortions and uphold the CASH SYSTEM Our entire slock is*now offered at. REDUCED PRICES. We ask )ou to call and inspect our goods. Wo 'guarantee to please as to quality an 1 price. Look can lolly over this list of a few articles mentioned : Gents 1 llusc,,\\ hile, .r) and 10 c. striped 12? solid colors 12J " double heel & toe 12] Ladies"hose, white, ?, 10,.12]. strip...

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 February 1881

THE OltANUKIJL'IMi TIMES. 133ui3d every thursday morning STILES K. MELLICIIAMP Editor and Proprietor. Terms of Subscription. One Copy one Year..$1 00 " " Six ifoMh* . 70 UaL's of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.i?l 00 Kaeh Subsequent " . 60 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise' ments to be paid for in Advance. ??*" Wo are in no way responsible l?r the views or opinions *?? iur Correspond ents. TTltJK&I>AY, FJSbii 1' a RY 24, 1 ss 1. * THREE t il EE KS FOR Til E~~ YOUX? AMERICAS I Muinlay was a gala day for the Firemen of our town, the occasion being the Anniversary of the Young Americas. In the afternoon tin Company was out on parade escort ed by the sister organization, th> Elliotts, both commands making a line appearance and exl ibiting thai esprit </c corps which is so essential to of" ,; icy and success. The parade was made through the main street, and the windows and side-walks were occupied by our citize...

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 February 1881

Tho Orangeburg TimOs L O C A. L We have had a few days of most delightful weather. Col. J. C. Edwards' family, we are glad to see, have moved into town. Seventeen hundred lieus have thus far been filed in the Ch rk's office of our County. It is not right to barricade the pavements with boxes or other ob structions. Major Pou, we are sorry to hear, is quite sick at his home, but we hope he will soon be out ngaia. We arc told that the old Columbia jpoad, from Farnum's to Orangeburg, is in a wretched condition. We welcome the Democrat, in its new out fit, after a tw>> month's sus pension. ??> ? - ? <?? ? - Gentlemen, what are you going to do about ?he Centennial of Orange burg and Fort Motte? ? ????? ? ?? ? ? Uncle doc was drawn by four horses in the parade on Monday, two grays and two blacks. Mr, Ivirk Robinson is authorized to receive subscriptions and all dues to the Times. ?? iim^ ? m -- Taft has g??nc to Edgclield to take testimony for smalls against Tilinan, and hasn'...

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 February 1881

Grand Cleaning Out Sale of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes. Hats and Clothing at E GEO. H. CORNELSON'S \Vc will offer for the next THIRTY DAYS our entire Stock of LARGE LINES of GOODS mi st be CLOSED OUT t> make room for $IO OOO worth of ROOTS, BliOES.nnd HATS will be offered at a SACRIFICE. Now is your time to buy CHEAP GOODS at GEO. Ifl. CORNELSON'S. CHRISTMAS, ^ChSsTMAS, christmas! FaA-cy COods, French Confectionery, Pzise 23o2ses, Fire Works, CHINA TOILET GOODS, MANTEL PIECE ORNAMENTS, And evcrylhing in the CHRESTIKAS GOODS Line Unheard ofBARGAlNS. Come and examine my Stock so that you may know where it is BEST to INVEST your money. 1 have also n tint Stock of Sweet MEATS and j^n.IlCV Oxl'OO^v^ies nt prices which defy cou?| etitiou. Polite aud alicntive Gentlemen to show and sell Could any one stay away Suppose you shou'd stay awav, In County, State or T"" '" ! V,n' V""' l*"1""!*1^ "j'". t l 'i iu? would, Miu bargains that others cut, It1eanaromn!:^ea.l around. I YonNI bcUe to miss. ...

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 March 1881

ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM. } GOD A-iSTD OTJIR CO TJNTRY VOLUME VII ALWAYS EN AD VAN THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1881 N UMHER 3 SPECIAL NOTICE. Now that tho holiday season is over nnd everything has gone pros perous aud happy; every one better off, and a bright fertile year ahead, at no period iu the history of our business life have we been so thor oughly prepared to meet the wants of the trade and the requirements of the people, as we are now. We shall continue to place upon our counters from day to day, bargains ini every depai tnicnt at LOWEST PRICKS, and shall always be found using our best endeavors to_prevent extortions and uphold the CASH SYSTEM Our entire stock is now offered at. REDUCED PRICES. We ask 3 ou to call and inspect our goods. We guarantee to please as to quality ani price. Look can fully over this list of a few articles mentioned : Gents 4 Hose, white, 5 ami 10 c. " striped 121 solid color* 121 double heel & toe 121 Eadics^hose, white, 8, 10, 124. ?? striped, 10 " ...

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 March 1881

THE ?RAKUKBUH? TIMES. I?.SUlU) EVCRY TllBRSDA.Y MOKNIKO MILKS R. MKLLICHAMP Editor ami Proprietor. Toimas of Subscription. f hut Copy one Yvar.-.?1 00 " .Six Mor.ih. To Rates of Advertising. Om Square 1st Insertion.~.SI 00 JCaeh Subsequent " . 60 Xotiea inttru l tn Local Column at 20c per Line. AU Sabteriptioni and Transient Adverlue m-.ntt lo be paid for in Advance. ' Ek&" wc are in no way responsible tar (lie viewe or opinions t?f iur Correspond *ut?. 'ill U Ufa DAY, M A KU ? :i. 1 881. _ TUE CASfi~ TUl.VL. In our last issue, we published the opeuiugof the trial of Gol. C. E. 11. Cash in Darlington for killing Col. Wm. M. Shannon iji a duel last Sinn wer. This week, we are able to pub lish the progress and result of the trial. Col. Spain and Gen. Prince, the counsel for Col. Cash, otlcrcd no evi dence whatever for the prisoner in order, as we understand, tliat they might have the reply iu debate. The evidcuec for the State was conclusive and proved murder of the most ag gravat...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 3 March 1881

Tho Oraxuxeburfr TimOs _Jj O C A L Pea uecd is scarce and in demand. March was ushered in with con. sidorabic blowing. A number of shad have been caught at Branchville. The bO}'S arc fixing up their old nets for the lishin<r season. Phosphates are going out to our fanners in every direction. We arc sorry to hear that Mr. Dan Cannon is still lying seriously ill. Read what Geo. II. Cornel sou has to say in his new advertisement. Mr. Seovill'a hot house i* "a thing of beauty.'' Mr. T. M. Green has been appoint ed, by the Governor, n Trial Justice in Orangeburg. A telephone line is spoken of from the business portion of town down to t be depot. The new charter vf the Orange lmrg Missionary Society is in the bunds of Mr. Jeremiah Riley, Sr. Mr. B. I". Thompson's horse ran away with the wagon last week, but, fortunately, no harm was done. Judge Izlar is about to move into the Ezckicl house, on market street, for the convenience of his business. M r. Geo. 11. (lornclson, t he live man o...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 3 March 1881

-PHOENIX IRON WORKS, COLUMBIA, S, O. P. KIND, Superintendent- G. DIERCKS, Proprietor. MANUFA CTU RER OF Water and Morse rowers. Saw and Crist IM ills. Columns for Store Fronts, Bailings for Balconies. All kinds of Castings done at Short Notice and Low Prices. Work done in Good, Workmanlike manner. Repairing of all kinds of Machinery and Engine's. All orders left witli Capt. l?\ Ii. W. BRIGGMANN, my Agent at Orangchurg, S. ('., will receive prompt attention. feb 10?If TUE STA R COTTON MANURE. 1 am receiving SEVERAL CAR LOADS of this LEADING l^HTIIL.TZTd]R. So well known and advantageously used on COTTON last year. To CLUBS ami CASH BUYERS, I will make LOW RATES. Il is an' Ammonia ted RA W BONE Phosphate of the same character as Cue's and Mapes. The Rev. L. Zciglor says in reference to it, '1 had excellent cttsons, hut never had so large a yield on my place before." Other eertili ates from II. L. .1. BLUM E and others ENDORSE IT as "THE MA NURE they will use so long as it can ho had."...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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