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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 10 March 1881

?NE DOLLAR l'KR ANNUM. J. GOD .A-lSTT) OTJIt COUNTRY ALWAYS I.V ADVAN VOLUME VII THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1881., NUMBER4 SPECIAL NOTICE. New that the holiday season ia over and everything haa gone proa ?ereua end happy; erery one better eff, ??ad a bright fertile year ahead, at bo period in the hhtory of oar barinees life hate we been no thsr eaghly prepare! to meat the want* ef the trade and the requirements .if the people, ai wo are bow. We shall eentiaae to place upon our countorj freaa day to day, bargains in t every dopai tmeat at LOWEST PRICKS, aud ehalt a1 ways be found using our heat rndeatorj to prsveut extortions aadapkold tbe CASH SYSTEM Our entir? stack io now offered nt. REDUCED PRICES. We ask } ou te call and inspect our genda. We guarantee to please aa to qaality and price. Look cairfully over this lift of a few articles rneutioned : Genta } Hose, ?hitc, 5 and 10 c. " striped 12} " solid color* 12} double heel *fc toe 12} Ladiea*hoao, white, o, 10, 11! j. 4 striped...

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 March 1881

THE ORANGERURG TIMES. IMU13D EVKKY Til U1131? AY MOHN I NU SUM'S K. MEI.E1CIIAMI* Editor and ? Proprietor. Terms ol* Sul >{s7c j'ipi ion. One 0>py one lVir.?....?:$] 00 " " Sir Months . 7<> Mutes of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.$1 CO i'.aeh Subsequent '* . SO NdtieeR interte.'l in Local Cotumn at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise' men!* to bcpuidfor in Ailvanrc. gt^v" \Vq tiro in no way responsible ler tho views or opinions t?' mr Correspond* cuts. TU I Kh DAY, MARCH 10. 1 hS 1. Till. INAUGURAL. Tho Innugunil address of Gon. Gariield, on the 4th, was thoughtful, statesmanlike und able. His fair ness in dealing with the Southern question is far beyond * our expecta tion. It augurs well for the advance incut of political i;outiincut when a Republican of the stamp of Garfivld od in i t s that the South is not wholly responsible lor slavery, and for Hie illiteracy which now curses the laud; and that it is the ditty of the whole country, by a sy...

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 March 1881

Tlie Oi'singeburg; Tim?s Jj O C A. Mclutile has left us. Business mcu advertise in tho Tim kb. The now street-connecting Russell ami Glover streets is named "Orange" by the Town Council. A lino dog belonging to Mrs. Mc Nainara was poisoned and died on Tuesday. How about that drain from Louis' to Hurley's corner, on the South side of Russell street? It is sadly needed. Ml*. "WilkeS Sawyer has bought :i tract of laud near Mr. .J. W. II. Dukes', on the suburbs of tbe town. -m ? tm - A prize will be given to tbe lady wearing the neatest calico dress at the ball on next Tuesday evening. A line team of the Clydesdale stock has been imported by Messrs. Strauss & Street. They ore power fully built working horses. Mayor Moscley's black horse, jusl imported, is a superb unimal. For size, carriage and beauty, it is *i5111 cult to tobe surpassed. As a cheering sign of progress, we notice that the young men of our town, mostly clerks, are rapidly ac quiring property. The last donat ion for t...

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 March 1881

JHRISTMAS, CHRISTMAS, ? CHRISTMAS! 3Tojuoy COods, French. Confectionery, Fxize Boses, 2Pire Works, CHINA TOILET GOODS, MANTEL PIECE ORNAMENTS, Aud everything in the CHRISTMAS GOODS Line. Unheard of RA KG/. INS. C orne mid examine my Stock so that you may know where it is RES P to INVEST your money. I have ulso a fiti? Stock of Sweet MEATS and TPoilOV Grrocv^ios at prices which defy competition. Polite aud attentive Gentlemen to show and sell Could any one stay away Suppose von should stay away, In County, Stato or Town, I The truth* in simply this," I don't think they WOU,d? The bargains that others got, ?o call around, ye* call ?round. ' d bc ourc 10 mM' 13 WALKER Champion (irocer, Orinigcbiirff, S. C. an v\imiiallkm:i> of. iV FI?lt 1?? every person who ?nbscribe* to tku Household Gitctl Magazine will receive free four Magnificent Chrotuos. Each 17?24 inches. "The i'cturnrd Fugitive" i*? one of the most charrainp chronics we have, ever seen, and will be appreciated by all. Numbe...

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 March 1881

SPECIAL NOTICE. Now that tlio holiday season is over nnd everything hua gone pros perous and happy; every one Letter off", and a bright fertile year ahead, at no period in the history of our business life have we been so thor oughly prepared lo meet the wants of the trade and the requirements of the people, as we r.re now. We shall sontiuue to place upon our counters from Jay to day, bargains in. every dcpai tmcltt at " LOWEST PKICKS, aud shall always be found using our l est indeavora to prevent extortion* r.nd uphold tho CASH SYSTEM Our entire, stork is now offered at. REDUCED PRICES. We ar.k \ uu to oni 1 and in: pect our goods. Wo guarantee to please us to qaality an I price. Lot.k can fully over this li*t of a few articles menu med : Geula i Hose, white, 5 aud 10 c. striped 123 solid color* '2} double heel & toe 12s Lauiee]hose, white, tt, 10, i2}. striped. 10 " solid colors, 1 2\ " b*.ibrigga!i, 1 j " *' tiutr-t qua'i ty, 25 i kthiren's ho?1, colored. 5, S, 10, Iii: Ladies...

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 March 1881

THE ORANGEBL'HC TIMES. /S.SUKI) EVIiHY TlfUKStfAY MOltNINO STILES It. M ELLICH AM l' Editor and Proprietor. Terrnf? <>f Sribsevipti?ii? Ohe Copy one Year.?1 00 " " Six Months . 70 Rates of Advertising. One Sqvn'fe 1st insertion.SI 00 Each Stibstifuent " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subsci'iptiohs httd Transient Advertise' ments to be paid for in Advance. SiSf" We an' in ho way responsible tor tin* views <>r opinions ?' wr Correspond ents. TJI ?T4& I?A Y, MAI,. II 17 j ISSl. THE SECUK'i1. Mr. Stephens tolls the secret of the defeat oft he Educational l>ill in Con gress a few weeks ngo. Tho hope was indulged after the mdgniliceril speech of Senator Brown of Georgia on the subject, which was warmly seconded liy a host of Northern Sena tors, that Llix* sectional spirit was sullicicuily allayed to ntliriil of a sys tern of national education which ?would have beeil a blessing lo Ihc whole land. So generous and >o zealous was the support...

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 March 1881

THE ORANCEIIUKC TIMES. f?3UKD EVI?ltY TII?KSD A Y MOUNINO STILES It. BI'KMjICIIAUI* Editor ami Proprietor. Terms oi" St:fbg?'ci'iptit>ii? One Copy one Year.$1 no " " Sir toonthj . 7? Rates ol" Advertising. OneStfith'fe \st Insertion.?1 Of) Each ?ubs&jucnt " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at.lOcper Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Adcatice. JS&" 1,0 ,v:l> responsible l*r (in; vicTiK or opinions tj' jur Correspond ents. Till fl{& I?A V, MAPCll 17, IS8I. TllK SL'CKK'i. Mr. Stephens tells tho secret of the dofenl oftho Educational bill in Con gress :i few weeks ago. Tho hope was indulged after tho nmgnilieenl speech of Senator Brown of Georgia on the (??abject, which was warmly seconded by m hosl of Northern Sena tors, thai ihr sectional spirit was? Rulllcieully allayed '??> ndmil ofti svs loin of natiounI education which would have boon :i blessing lo lite whole Inhd. So generous add mi zealous was llio support of the m...

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 March 1881

Tlio Oraiigetmrg Trails L O O A a Bountiful Spring. ???? The martius have come. To-day is St. Patrick's day. The skating rink is well attended. - - - ? ? ? - - Major Poll, we regret to learn, is still very ill. We regret to learn of the sei ions illness of Mr. John Danner. Mr. Cornelsou's is getting in addi tional machinery for his factory. Rev. W. Ii. Parier preached in the Baptist < 'hurch last Sunday. Mr. Henry Kohn has gone North to lay iu Spring goods. After this rain will be u propitious time for fanners to plant corn. The average editor can sympathize with England in her troubles with the Boers. An influenza or grip is attacking the children, and even the grown peo ple of our County. S. R. Dickinson, the colored law yer of Charleston, was In <>ui- County this week. "Wo regret to hoar of tlie sickut -? of Mr. W. T. Malier for the past week or 1 wo. The Sons of Temperance of our town will have their Aunivorsan supper on Monday night at litt Engine Hall. The Acts of 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. — 17 March 1881

MAMNK ?S been THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED and ARRANGED ro that purchasers can enjoy every convenience* and attention. Our STOCK is LAUGE and VARIED, bought entirely fur C/ASH, wc can oiler g 11 Kj\ T 17. Ii IjNI TDUCEjMTC X TS to buyers than any other House in Orangeburg. Our stock consist:* in part of the following lines of goods which vre now REPI/ESISH WEEKLY bv ihe arrival ol every STEAMER, with ah tin ^t sow and b 83 S a 15 A u.lk GOODS of the Season : Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Yankee Notions, Ladies and Gen? llcmen Eurnishing Goods, Hosiery, Boots and Shoes di rect bom the Manutaotory iu Lynn and else where, Hats and Capj, Umbrellas, Clothing, Heavy aud Fancy Groceries, F it mi ? lure, &c. Wn.ro the Agent? for the BEST and CHEAPEST SEWING MA CHINES ma le. We have the MODEL HARDWARE STORE South of Baltimore n per feet GEM, where you can got anything usually found in a ElR T CLAS? 1 lard ware Stock. V e h:-\e nho n ndc arranpcnicn(8 to supj.lv the Trade with GRANITi VILLI' DRILL...

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 March 1881

' St / ONE DOLLAR L?KK ANNUM. }? VOL?MR vif GOD ^?sTD OUR COUNTRY THURSDAY MORNING. MAR H 24, 1881. -TT ?JE - i: ji.^; - 1S3KS IJB -JIJOiUVO ALWAYS IN ARYAN NU Mi ER 6 SPECIAL NOTICE. Now that tho holiday reason is over khli everything had gorie pros perous and happy; every one better ofr, and a bright fertile year ahead, at ao period i* the history of our business life have we been so ihor ?nghly prepared to meet the wants of the trade and the requirements of the people, hs we are now. We .-hall oontiuue to place upon our counters from day to day, bargains in. every depattment at LOW HOST P?H:F>:, aud shall hi ways hit lound ut?if*g our best endeavors to prevent extortion.-* and uphold the CASH SYSTEM Our entire stock is now offered at. REDUCED PRICES. Y/c ask ) ou to call and inspect our goods. We guarantee to please a.' to quality an I price. Look cnirfully over this li-t of a few articles mentioned : G*uts i Hose, while, 5 and 10 c. striped 12 J solid c?h.rs I2i double heel &...

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 March 1881

THE OKANUEKL'K? TIM ICS. I93UHO EVERY THURSDAY MORN I NO STILES K. MELLICH AMI* Editor and Proprietor. Terms of Subscription. One Copy one Year.$1 00 " Six Month* . 75 Rates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.$1 00 Each Subsequent " . SO Notices inserted in Locol Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise mentt to be paid for in Advance. B?ff" y>9 are in uo way responsible far the views or opinions ">ur Correspond, rnts. Til URS DAYj M A KCl I 24," 188L ~ POP Uli AH EDliCATION. It is encouraging to note that the subject of popular education is at tracting the attention of the press and of the people. The Aikcn Journal and licvicu speaks very thoughtfully and intelli gently upon the subject. Its edi torial shows a thorough appreciation of the importance of the education of the masses; but we think it makes one mistake. Impressed with the inadequacy of t he State fund to make the public school system effective, the editor of the Journal and Hcvieic s...

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 March 1881

Tii? Orangeburg Tim s LOCAL* The weather was as cold aS Winter on Tuesday. Hamilton & Norris have on hand 300 barrels of flour for the trade. - !?? m m - ? Rev. Mr. Guerry preached an able sermon last Sunday afternoon at.the Episcopal Church, on Temperance. All the mill dams on Cedar Creek have been broken through, and much damage done. im?OM?.-. ?? ? Lumber has gone up in Charleston, and mill men on the Edisto arc run ning a good business. Barnwcll county has an Immigra tion Association. This is right. The Counties should move in this important matter. M. R. Delaney, of Charleston, who ran for Lieut. Governor on the Green ticket is in Washington seeking a consulship to some 1 ot region. Thos. F. Bayard has been appoint ed by the President as Director of j the Columbia Institute for the Deaf and Dumb. Mr. T. C. Albergotti came near meeting with a serious accident by his horse stepping in a hole on Lake Bridge. The unusual rainy season has been hard ou the farmers in their prepar...

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 March 1881

TTrlJE WONDEI-tl' UJL, TWIN &e test ?PSX;-; d SED Made. ( LEAN AND NOISKLL. , STRONG AND DURABLE, ty Rights for htilc. Manufactured only by it. a. i? \Kick & CO., Main .Street, Orangeburg, S. G. mar 10?It. on.' ig> Jf AS been THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED and ARRANGED so n that purchasers can uujuy every convenience and attention. ' in r STOCK is LARGE and VARIED, bought'cntircly for GASH, ?an olfer GREATER I NDTJCEMENTS buyers than any other House in Orangcbiirg. Our stock consists in part of the following line? of poods Which wc u ?? PLE&ISH WEEKLY by the arrival ol every STEAMER, with all NEW and ?ESIB?A HSB-iW GOODS of the Season: Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Yankee Notions, Ladies and Gen tlemen Furnishing (roods, Ho.-iory, Boot.-: and Shoes di rect from the Manu lac to ry iu Lynn and clsti* where, Hats and Cap*, Umbrellas, Clothing, Heavy and Fancy Groceries, F u mi ? tu re, &c. We are the Agents for the BEST and CHEAPEST SEWING MA LI NES made. d have theft ODEL II A...

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. — 31 March 1881

POOR MEN'S WIY.US. The trouble is, none of our young women nrc willing to become poor men's wives, professedly, even though fehey niiij beso in reality. The girl who marries upon $1,000 :i year looks forward to a life spent in second rate boarding houses, frein which she will squeeze out a certain cheap domes ticity and some expensive pleasures. The children which Heaven may scud arc not thought of nor provided J for. It is a question whether the young wile can make herself a dress, or prepare herself a wholesome meal of victuals. She marries for freedom, to have a good time, to spend money which she neither earns, nor helps to earn?for Heaven knows what?but certainly hoi to make a comfortable, if humble, home for her husband. In this respect we consider the Ilrilish girl has an immense advantage over the American. From the highest to ?die lowest circles of society in P?rit Van. girls are trained to make good and useful wives, inasmm h Indies preside over the departments of.heir hou...

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. — 31 March 1881

'j Ilk .,. i.x.v i?G t ?.\ai.ij. ISSUi'U KVEltY Tili ?SD/W MOUNINd STILES K. Mi: Lb! Til AMI' litlitor am! i i'ront'iv'idi'. Terms <>f SilbfBoripti?ii? One Cany one Year.?1 co '? Six Month. 70 Kalos of Advert isir.g. One Alt?re, l.f Kbertion.?1 00 /?.'?(.?A Suhw.juent " . 50 ffaticc? inserted in Ttocul Column dt 20c ?.?er Line ??t// Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be jiaid for in Adcanee: ?f/V" Wc arc in m> way responsible l??r tdc views or opinions ?.?' itir I urP ipond iiits. Tiiili^uAY, M?Kcii :si, issi. The changes which lime iiiid cir cu?istuuCcs produce i.: lb ? opinion; of men are oftentimes remarkable! urn! furnish a profitable and inierost hi?ij theme for the student of human lihturc. Ah n proudly boast of t hoi) opinions to-day* hilt who ! :mo. - \y'h: i they will In* ten years '.?> i ?meV V.; eah otdy judge Of the future by Hit ]?::st. 'YtVljiiiru )itit(,infiir, it ;."?< inn inniur in Hi is, is n tr?tli which all must ad in it. Truth, of t ik...

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. — 31 March 1881

Tlie Orantrobrn-'^r Tim ? Jj O C A. L a More street lamps arc to be put "P- _ _ Head pedigree of V?'. M. Saih's stallion in his new advertisement. - ?wag? ??? 'W?iiw ? Spriug goods at T. Kohu's. Go at once and l>e supplied. Mr. J. S. Uowc has purcba ed a 1 >l Ibra settlement <>a the Kivc Notch ro&, near ?.<??? l- s ? -<my A soiree tu ??;?,) s ii.v?l on lusj Wednesday evening was highly en joyed by Iho yOhng folks. The public schools in (-ur town have just idosed hu\ iugbeeh rumi ing uucccssiully for nearly live mouths. The High School of Charit slwti is about to have a gymnasium for tin boys. Y. M. ('. A. A special meeting bf this asse-eiatiou is cs-.lhi ; fort his al ter noun at the room, a'. .>'o\ k-< k. A lull htteu !: ib.e deshjcdi Mr. It. F. Way. bf the iork, has a lot of carefully select ed t?>L: <:;? seed which he will .?? !i al dO cents pt.'r bushed. Quantiti, a of shad are lit;.-. heiiifj taken froh) the Ke.i*lit, .it. { inir towii has 'van...

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. — 31 March 1881

N E W E I It M! NEW GOODS!'! HAMILTON & NOKRIS, (NEXT TO KIRK ROBINSON.) Offer a full Stock of 'DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, &0. CIl KA i.' VOR CASH, AS been THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED und ARRANGED so iliat purchasers' can enjoy every convenience and attention. Our STOCK is LARGE and VARIED, bought^ciitirely Tor gash, we can oiler G-EiJATEl I IND.UOEMfiN TS to buyers than any other House in Orangeburg. Oui'slock consists in part <>f the following lines ofgoods which wo now RPLEXISII WEEKLY by the arrival oi every STEAMER, with all h\ KKW ?'Hl fi^filJ - & L. 2 A BSffjSS GOODS of the Season: Fancy und Slaj)lo Dry ( loot!.-, Yankee Notions, Ladies and (ien? llcntcu Furnishing Goods, Hosiery, Hoots and Shoes di rect from the Manufactory in Lynn and else where, Ilai.s and Cap?, Umbrellas, Clothing, Heavy and Fancy Groceries, IP u r n i - tu re, Ac. Wo tire tho Agents for the REST and CHEAPEST SEWING MA ET INES matle. Are have the MODEL HARDWARE ST?RE South of Baltimore* a per i GEM...

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. — 7 April 1881

a. >;Annoy,' escape. Jkssamini: Vai.lut, March 2-1, 1881. I Editor Orangebtirjr h'tur-x: I beg leave through your widely: cii'pulaliiig'prijVtfr Id give its readers a sliorl account (.1' a roeeiit trip i ; made to your Village. J whs trawl- j ihg in my buggy, und haying nearly j reached t he Hi ver, 1 met Cap*. Win. Moss and many others who informed i hie that tlie bridges were IloatiiigJ and that any attempt to ero>;.s them would certainly endanger |ife hud i properly, but as niy l.d'.sihoaa was urgent 1 tu. m- ! a (leaf car to ev<;yj atiinouition. airs I btddly plu'iigc'.l in; j animal into the swollen Hood and buceeeiled hi rtjuch.iti:^ thes'iait load- ; ing to the hialii 'Midge, where 1 nie! the ihdoiiiiinblo Turn Alhergoll.i. We hurriedly exchanged the is si: :d formalili:e?'-"of friciidp i:: Irouble it::!'! ! parted^ he, for the ijtte? ior off! Fork, and I, lor the Village when arrived in .-:-!\:y. Soi'M howovt meeting my foremen ll<i*.iei I f.-i. n 1 \vl had retur...

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. — 7 April 1881

the oiunuebuhg times: ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, STILUS E. MELLIOIIAMP Editor ami Proprietor. Terrn? of Subscription* One Copy one Year..$1 00 " " Six Months . 75 Rates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.$1 00 J'Atch Subsequent " . 60 Hoticos inserted in Local Column at 20c per .Line. All Subscriptions and Trantienl Advertise ments to be paid for in Advanec. Jfel]F" We arc in no why responsible for thu viai>B or opinions of *>?r Corrcnpond THURSDAY, APRIL 7, l?SlT^ 7" THE MACKET CONTEST. The evidence in the content case between Mackay and O'Connor has been going on for tho past few days in various parts of our County. Mack ay represents himself, but Mr. O'Connor, who is attending to the interests of his constituents in (.'on gross, is represented by Mr. M. I. Browning, Capl. Samuel Dibble and others. At the Court House Mr. Browning brought out from the wit nesses the most convincing evidence in favor of Mr. O'Connor. At St. Matthews and other places Mack ay sought to...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 April 1881

7?lio OrantreTyiiirfl: Times LOCALS We regret to hear ol the illness of Gen. Izliir duringthis week. That pot at Louis' corner blight to be removed. Mr. T. G. Miibbell is doing a brisk business at his variety store. The skating- rink, we understand, closes permanently this week. Mr. T. M. linvsor will conti hue the practice of law, besides attend ing to the Trial Justice's olliee. M. I. Browning, Esq.. went to El lorce on Tuesday to lake testimony lor air. O'Connor in the contest case Mr. Goruclsou's factory is now running night and day, the night, work having commenced this week. Look out for the new advertise ment of Mr. Jo?. Eros next week. lie has iu his store everything that the heart could wish. Capt. Bell has his hands full of contracts to build houses in our town. The building boom was never so high. Capt. M. (.Mover is preparing to put up a new brick olliee on the site of his old olliee, which was hhrnt down. Ourofiicieht County C'?uihii.ssio!. crs have caused the bridges o...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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