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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 April 1881

N E W F I II M ! NEW GOODS!! ( NEXT TO KIRK ROBINSON.) Offer :i full Stock of BEY GOODS, grR??EEIBS, &C. Ot-IKAi? X<'0 i t O?8S mar ? t ! S3 I ? %./: ^ J-1 JS. % ':; JLrp ;;.'U. JU^ ?g$ Rfl! A 1$ - AT I I f-T^ ? ft* A S been THOROUGH LY O YER T r A U F.K D and AR RANG ED so ili'n't purchaser* can uujoy every eonveideuuo am! attention. Our STOCK in LARGE and VARIEl), bought entirely for CJ^LrS wo can o!Vi r ? a Yiv).A.rj\YT.Ti :i 7>rr>t jots?, rrc>; ts to buy< ra than any other House in Orangeburg; l)tir slock consists in par' of the (b!h wo line? ofgoods v. ! '<?!? we a >?. REPLENISH \V.KKKI,Y Kv the arrival of:"evtrv S-'iE.a JViVAX. with r,!l thA f? BOW ?<1 ?JS^iiSi^ Pfi^i GOjOUSof die ricifcoh:! Fancy and Staple Dry floods, Yankee Notions, I .adiea and Gen llcnicn Furnishing Good:?; Ilodery, Boots and Shoe- di rect from the Mahuifiul try in Dyhn : where, lints and Cap*, U.thbrella*?, Clothing, Heavy an.I Pa hey Groceries, I1' u r n i -- tu re, &'c. ...

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. — 14 April 1881

[Written for the 6r.ni?j?l)nrg Times. THE BAKESHOKO B.VC?KLOH CLUB. 8omk ok Ith Sayinus and D?ings. No. 1. Theaocial element of Banesbor<? waH thrown into dire eonfnsiou?ex citement was rife?expectation on tiptoe. A portion of that clement was at war with the whole; in short, the >oung men of that nourishing town, for reasons which will be made] manifest in due time, had revolted and organized a distinct society pre sumably for their exclusive benefit, improvement and pleasure. The announcement of their intentions was made, and the hour of meetiug ap pointed. A lew elderly lady friends of the rebellions youths were 1111 reasonably anxious;, but older and wiser men merely chuckled over il prirately, old Major Skiuuor predict ing u speedy end of the bold project; *'for want of friends;" he said, ??the boys won't atlbrd it long, they will soou lind out that el libs are rather expensive." Great merriment pre" vailed among some classes, but the inceassant interchange of the usual b...

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. — 14 April 1881

THE OKANGEBURG TIMES. IBSUKD EVERY THCKSDAY MOUNINO, STILES R. MKLLICHAMP Editor and Proprietor. Terms of Subscription One Copy one Year.?1 00 " " Six Months ... 75 -:o: Rates of Advertitdng. Otic Square 1st Insertion.$1 00 /Caeh Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Loral Column at 20c per Jjine. All A\d>scriptions and Tranricnl Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. Wc aro in no way responsible for tlie vions or opinions ?r nir Correnpond CtlUl. iii uith ITa v,"at ki l HA88i" ^ ~~ "ue>v ji.Jiy. GARY. The whole State mourns the death of a brave, true and gifted son. The Hail intelligence comes from Edge Held of the sudden death on Satur day of Gen. M. W. Gary from con gestion of the brain. Wo first remember Gary as a gal lant soldier. At the first souud of the bugle of war, although as frail as a flower from a naturally delicate constitution, he rushed to the de fence of his State, undertaking all the hardships aud dangers of the field for the love he held for what he bel...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 April 1881

Tho Orangeburg Times L O C A. LB The gun team went but practicing on Monday afternoon. We arc glad to see that (Jen. J. F. Izlar i.s agaiu out at his business af ter a few days of severe illness. Mr. Jas. S. Hey ward has moved into town, occupying the residence of Mrs. W. M. Hutson, on R?ssel St. - w mm ? Mr. Berry has received the press nud material for his job blllcc, and Will be ready in a few days for work. Dr. J. C. Holmau, who has been sick for several days, we are glad to see, is out again. We regret to learn of the death of Mr. Holmau, an esteemed citizen of Barnwell, and a brothcr-iu law of Mr. Goo. H. Cornelson. We understand that Dr. Mucken fuss is about to have a couple of | cottage houses put up on Glover street. The monotony of a dull day was somewhat relieved on Monday by a cow prancing through the street with a tin kettle tied to its tail. Congressman Aiken has been sick for several months and prevented from resuming his seat after the holi days. See Vau Tassel's new...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 14 April 1881

Special ^-ctraotiozis IN SPRING GOODS SPECIALTIES! SPECIALTIES! IN Notions! Dry Goods!! Shoos!!! C roccries!!!! The largest and best [selected stock o Ladies, Misses and Children's TItlftllUISI) If ATS over brought to this iriniket from 2? cent" to $5 a piece) guaranteed to be sold 25 per cent cheaper than any other retail house dealing in this line of good*. MOSIKUY AND GLOVES.! Ladies White Hose from 1010 60 cents per pair, the best selected stoek in town. Misses Hose, while anil colored) from 10 cents up. Ladies, and Misses List Thread Gloves, in light and dark shades. Gents Buck and I'og Skin Gauntlets and Gloves, made a specialty. Revcrnl dozen Ladies 3 Buttoned Kids, Opera Shades, still on hand at 75 els per pail. Dili ??4><>J>K.! Calicos at ?>, Q and 7 ccnU, ami a full line of Muslins, Lawns, Linen, Suitings," Plaids, Homespun, .leans. Cassi meres, Cambrics, ?Sc., at reduced rates. SHOES ! ! 3000 pair consisting of Gen Is, Ladies, Misses, Children and Infants, ...

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. — 21 April 1881

[Written for toe Orangcbnrg Timks] MY FIRST 1.0VE. To-dayi T pat nnd mu?cd alone, Beneath the Jasmine's bower Ahd mcni'ry took my lone heart back To one bright, vanished hour:? Two yearn ago. to-day, I sat ?With some one by my Hide, "Who took my trembling hand in his, And whispered, "lie my bride?" My glad heart gave a joyous bound, 1 know not what I said; Hut in those great brown eye? of his His deep, pure love I read, Hut time and fate since then have brought ]>cep griefs and bit tei t??ars; And, now, I sit, and muse (time O'er those two, vanished years. Oft have love's lips since that time breathed The same fond words to me; They touch me not?1 only crave | My timlluve, pure and free, And, yet, perchance that bright spring-day Showed but tlieln'ent llowcra Of love and joy, which y< t may hlooni To blesii these lives of ours. [Written for the Orangchutg 1\.mes. THE BANESHORO B ACHELOR CLL!B. So.MK CF ITS SAYINGS AND D?INGS. No. 2. Rouse;! to cflbrt tit last, Bob nip ped with...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 April 1881

THE ORANOEBU?G TlHKg. tSBVRiy EVkirf rtivnsVAY morning, STILE? R. MELLmiAHP Editor and Proprietor, Terms of Subscription* One Copy one Year-.$1 00 M " Sue Months .~ 75 -:o: ??? nates of Adverthung. ?nf Stptare 1st Insertion?:.*.$1 00 Eaeh Sttbstquent " ............. 50 Kotices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. Alt Subscription! and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. Wo aro in no ^fay. responsible for the views or opinions t>' iut Correspond *ots. THURbDAY, APRIL 2L.1881. KEfel* THE ScOR^CLEAbT Time is moving on. Twelve months will scarcely roll around be fore another campaign will be upon ns. Are we prepared for tho issue? Stupendous work is to be done. The minds and resources of our best thinkers will ho taxed to their ut most tension. It may not be neces sary for us to discuss at this time, the plans winch must be inaugurat ed for our success, and for the per petuation of good government. There aro many opinions, but these opin ions must be brought tog...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 April 1881

1_B Tlio Orangeburg Times LOCAL Fish arc getting plentiful. There are tnlka of a spelling bee in our town. The communication of "Agricola' will appear next week, r The few delightful Spring days arc cheering. Neat sigu boards, with the names of the streets, have been put up by the direction of Council. The Columbia VttffMer and the Camden Journal were both in full and deep mourning for the lamented Gary. Rev. J. F. Kiser will be absent from town ou Sunday in attendance upon the installation services at Mt. Lebanon. We arc tinder obligations to lion. Win. 'Windham, of Minnesota, for a copy of his excellent speech on the "ship canal." A colored minstrel troupe per formed In our town too night? this week affording groat amusement to thoso who were out. The Rev. Lark O'Neal, who is Well known in Oran'guburg, where he lived many years ago, died at his home in Edgullckl in the first part of the mouth. Hamilton & Norris have just re ceived a fresh lot of orange crimps, egg jumbles, rif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 April 1881

Th? Orangebur^ Tivnoa Tj O ? uJL Ii ? Fish are getting plentiful. ??????*-???? There are talks of a spelling bee in Our town. The communication of "Agrieola" will appear next week. The few delightful Spring days are cheering. -;- " C-t ? Neat signboards, with the names of the streets, have been put Up by the direction of Council. The Columbia lltfftoer and the Camden Jvumal were both in full and deep mourning for the lamented Gary. Rev. J. R Kiser will be absent from towu on Sunday in attendance upon the installation services at Mt. Lcbauou. We are under obligation-i to Hon. Wm. Windham, of Minnesota, for a copy of his excellent speech on the "ship caual," A colored minstrel troupe per formed In our town too nights this week affording great amusement to fiiOHO who were out. T.he Rev. Lark O'Neal, who is Well know.n in Oran'guburg, where he lived many years ago, died at his home iii Iv.lg?Ilold in the first part of the month. Hamilton & Norris have just re ceived a fresh hit of o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 21 April 1881

Special [Attractions IN ?PBOG GOODS AT [ J. I. Sorentrue's SPECIALTIES! SPECIALTIES! in NoUoiir! Dry Goods!! Shoes!!l Groceries!!!! Tlie largest and best fsclecled stock ? Ladies, Misses and Ctdldreti's TIll5mEI> HATS ever brought to this niatkct from 2ft cent* to $5 a piece, guaranteed to be "<old 25 per cent cheaper than any other retail bonne dealing in ih is line of goods. iioSIERY AXD GLOVES.! Ladies White Hose from 10 to 50 cents per pair, the bent selected stock in town. Missen Hose, white and colored, from 10 cents up. Ladies nnd Mistes List Thread Gloves, in light and dark shades. Cent* Ruck and I 'og .Skin Gauntlets and G'ovea made a special ly. Several dozen Lndiefj 3 Buttoned Kids, Opera Shades, still on hand at 75 cts per pan . DKY UOOUS;! Calicos at ft, 6 and 7 cents, ami a full line of Muslins, Lawns, Linen, Suitings. Plaids, Homespun, Jeans. CassimcrcH, Cambrics, &c, at reduced rates. SIKOF.S ! SHOES ! ! 300? pair consisting of Cents, Ladies, Misses, Childr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 April 1881

PROF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE , XOR SPERMATOEBHCBA. "S E Rfl B S\3 A FAST B L Lfr. A Valuable PisROTcr^ ami r?ew ])? ? i11 r i i r c in NM -? iral SclanOf, an entirely Stir ami positively ellrrl Ivc Ikemrdy for th* tpecJr aiii p?rtT?ineT?t Cure of Hcvnliinl Emisslonn eS Juiroioncy by the on;/ Dircot ??liJnai rUTiLtc true way, viz: Dircot -??1 Application to thi rt:u cipil S.?l of ih. IHfcau^Vftinj fv Absorption; lad eiext. tor in ijvrifii Influenca on II..; BotnlUftl Vcuiulca, E|:;c ulntory Ducta, Frontale Glnud, and Urethra. Tb? mm of is.c Hetur.l) it attainted ivilli n - |am or Incut teuienre, at. I deri hd! interftra villi Ihr ordinal/ pumiltl of life I it ii Suickl. duinlvcd atil run nbtoibeJ, pruducinr, an Immo late' looihnir; ami rettoralira eneel upon it:c nvu.il anl nertnut orcamziiiont wrecked fn m H'lf.ltbtlfe, ar.d eiccafc% atuppinr the drain from thr tyilvin, rcltnrlne, Ihr irilud Kl lie.Ith im! tjouud mr-niorj-. im.ovine thr Dliitiiouii if eight. Nervous Duuility, Confusio...

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. — 28 April 1881

THE OKAJWEUUIIG TIMES. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY MORNIKO, 8TILES H. MELLICH AMP Editor and Proprietor. Tei'iris o?t* Sutoscii'ipti?ii? One Copy owe Ttvtr-.$1 00 44 " Six Mon'lt? . 7? Rates of Advert>rsi??. One fytfnrtrc 1st Intention.~.$1 00 Each Subsequent " -. 60 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per t Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. Jt6"f We arc in no way responsible lor the viowB or opinions &* )ur Correspond ents. THUKSDAY, APKILi 28* 188L M. P. OTONNOK. Our renders will be shocked by the! startling intelligence of the death of] this faithful public, servant, at his home in Charleston on Tuesday. The excitement of public life, and the harassing contests to which he was subjected during his Congress ional career was more than .Mr. Con-, nor could bear. Added to these corroding ouiv.s and excitements, his unswerviug attention to duty, and Iiis devotion to the interests of his con stituents, completely broke down his (healt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 28 April 1881

THE ORANOEBUKO TIMES. ISSUKD EVERY THURSDAY MORNINO, STILBS H. MELLICHAMP Editor ~?m\ Proprietor. Terms ol* Sufosbriptton? One Copy orte iVctr..?.?,.-.$l 00 i 41 " Six Mon'lu . 75 Rates of Advert>rsi??. One fitpttare 1st Inecntion..$1 00 Each Subsequent " ....?. 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at 30c por f Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. J|6y~ We arc in no way responsible fnr the vioflB or opinions e?* iiir Correspond ents. TH?It?DAY, APKLL 237'lo8l7 M. 1?. O'CONNOR."" Our renders -will he shocked by theij BtftrUitig intelligenceofthe death of! this faithful public servant at his itoinc in Charleston on Tuesday. The excitement of public life, and the harassing contests to which he was subjected till ring his Congress ionnl career was more than Air. Con-, nor could bear. Added to these corrodingeuros and excitements, his unswerving attention to duty, and his devotion to the liiteyesls of his con stituents, completely broke down ...

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. — 28 April 1881

T?hne Otnangeburg Times T, O OAL? Court meets here next week. The few warm days uro making the lea. .. put out rapidly. Real estate has never been so high in our town as it is now. The gun teams were out on prac tice again last Tuesday. Our farmers are bending their en ergies to their crops. 50,000 yards calicos, fast colors, 5 cents, at Henry Kohn's. - ?MO? . . . ?! I I.I lie v. W. K. Parier preached in the Baptist Church of our town on last Sunday. We are glad to hear that Mr. Sor ?en true is out again, and that Air. ?Sain is better. "Small farms, factories and immi gration will make us all that we waul to be. Thanks to the Itusscll Publishing Company of Boston, for an excellent monthly entitled the "Little Ones." Hamilton & Knrris have just re ceived 1 a fresh and sptewttd supply of can goods of all kinds. Btittcrick's fashions foV April ami May. Call at Henry KolnVs and get ?i fashion sheet free of charge. Mr. Allen Kiloy, near Four llole^ Church, lost another out house by l...

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. — 28 April 1881

i Special [Attractions ? IN AT J. L Sof eiitrue's , ! SPECIALTIES! SPE?mTIES |j IK -Notions! Dry Goods H Shoes-!-!-! ! G roccrios I'J'fl The Largest and best [selected stock o Ladies, Misses and Children's TRI 91 HUES HP HATS ever brought to this matket from 25 cents to $5 a piece, guaranteed to be sold 25 per rent cheaper than any other retail house dealing in tins line of goods. HOSIERY AXD GX.OYESX. (Ladies White Hose from 10 to 50 cents ?pcr pair, the best selected stock in town. Missco Hose, white and colored,' from 10 : ?cents up. Ladies and Mistes List Thread CS loves, in liglit and dark shades. Gents Buck and I'og Skin Gauntlets and Gloves ?made a specialty. Several dozen Ladies It Buttoned Kids, Opera Shades, still on ?hand at 7-S cts per pail. -o DKY GOODS.! Calicos-et 5, G and 7 cents, iflrjtl :a 'full 'line -of MusTrtis, Lawns, 'Linen, Suitings. Plaidt?, Homespun, Jeans, Cassinieres, Cambrics, ?&c.j at redticcil rates. SHOES! SHOES II 3000 pair consisting of Gents. L...

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 May 1881

GOD AND OTJR. COUNTRY always in aiivan PHURSDAY MORNING*, MAY 5, .1881. N.UMUBR 12 PROF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE . ro? spermXtoebhcea. -TliE "SEGtf?BEM?L FASTSLLE" A Vsloahl* Discovery (UM l lit* ?? ? ?tum??, nitilt? and New Departure in *?tel* leal Scleran. in entirely New and poaitirrly effect, ivo Remtrtr for tho speedy and permanent Curo o. Seminal EmUalonn St Impotcnojr by tin maty trtto way, vim Direct Application to the prin cipal Statol lha Dilraac, actine; It Absorption, and elcrt lor IU aparific influence nn It)* Ucmlual Vealulca, EJao ?f??orv Ducto, Frostaato Gland, and Urethra. The ut* at tbo itemed; ia attended with do ptio or Inrouv.nicccr, ai l aioea not interfere with tbo ordinary purauiti of Ufa ; it it Sulckly diesolvcd and ooon absorbed, producing an Immo late lootblar and rrsloralive effect upon Ihr actual anJ Bervoae organisationa wracked fropi aetf-abuit and electee*, atrpptnf tho drain from lh< irjir:?, rcilnrlnr thr mlud to health and oound memory. remnvinn t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 5 May 1881

THE ORANGEBURG TIMES. I83UKD EVEHY THURSDAY AIORNING, STILES It. MELLICH AMP Editor und Proprietor. Terms of Sttb?Qi'ipti?ii? One Copy one Year.id 00 " Six. MoMha . 75 Rates of Advertising. One Square 1*1 luxa tion.SI 00 Koch Subsequent " . *0 Notices inserted in Jjocol Column at 20r per Line. All Subscription* and Transient Adrertiie men/* /e be paid for in Advance. t&" Wq are in no way responsible ler I the vic*as or opinions *** ->ur Correspond ents. Til U life DA Y, M AY ~5, 1?S 1. ' Tjoiis s. rRtsm>. Within a few weeks, we have been culled upon to mourn, in rapid suc eession, the loss of three of the most prominent men of Stttith Carolina. First, the brave, the dashing and the unrequited Gary; next, the noble, courteous and liberal minded O'Connor; and now, the classic and unconquerable Preston. Gen. Preston was a grand and re markable personage. He was a man of the most commanding appearance, a brilliant orator, and, withal, a ripe and finished scholar. His whole sou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 5 May 1881

Th? Orangeburg Times LOOALa Saturday will bo a pic-nic day. The refreshing rain on Tuesday ni<jht was a welcome visitor. The communication of A. J. E. will appear next week. The Dentists of the State met in Chcraw on Tuesday. The School Exhibition season is at hand. Remember the pic-nic at Hnydcn's Mill to morrow. A first class grade d school is the need of Oraugcburg. Why don't we have it? Mr. T. C. Ilubbell has started an Ice cream saloon at his variety store. Call and be refreshed. Court will adjourn when the busi ness of this session is over to meet again on Tuesday, May, 17th. A gentleman said, on Monday, that he believed plOperty was as high in Orangeburg as in New York. We are indebted to Major McCra dy for a copy of his excellent lecture on education. The celebrated Strcnt's Crow cigar just in at Dr. J. G. Wnnnauiakcr's. Go aud try them. Dr. M. G. Sal ley will, hereafter, be found at Mr. James 8. Hey ward's at the resilience recently occupied by Mrs. Win. M. Ilutsou. Some...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 5 May 1881

W. F. ROBINSON. AlsoFro'h lot ofLa'iUreth seeds. JIM MONROE Jr., The Finest Bred .Stallion ever before Uu^Publie* in Orangcburg County, can how be round at W\ M. sain's stari.es. Below find Pedigree of Jim Monroe, Jr.. lite Trotting Stallion. Jim Monroe was hired by Jim Monroe, be, by Alexanders Abdalali, and old Abtlalah by 1 Iain il ton iun, dam**out of Imported Fickle. Jim .I/o ti me, Jr. is eight years old, bred by Jobn It. Nutter, of Georgetown, Ky., and can trot bis mile in 2.40, and also half brother to (lie fatent Stallion now on the Turf ''.Mon roe Chief," record 2.18. mmm&ms Hoirp. Regular and Transient Hoarders can get good and reasonable Hoard at. tins excel* lent Hoarding House which 1 have opened to meet the growing needs of Orangeburg. It 3' located in a desirable locality, con venicnt to I he business, portion of the town and travellingjpublic. ?: k\ II. \V. BRIGGMANN. mar 10 ?m T. Dediisvyette, Watchmaker and Jeweller, .AT Ii II OS" STORE Having 21 years experie...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 12 May 1881

TAX NOTICE. Oi'kick uk County I nKAStiUKit, ?'rangeburg 'omity, S. 0. Orangeburg, H.. S. 0.,.; April 1st 1SB1. Notice is hereby given tln?t the rates of Taxation "upon every dollar of the value of nil Taxable Property" for the fiscal vetir commencing November 1st 1H.S0, are as follows: For state purposes, five in.Us (?l. For County purposes, tliiae mills (.1). Kttrpast Indebtedness, three-fourths of one miil (j). For Fast Indebtedness of tlie fiscal year 1*78 und 1871', one half of one mill (j). For the Kiippui t of Public schools, two milli (-')? T tal hiiml er of mi'*a,l 1 K Notice is also given ili.it I will hi* at th ? following named places on the days r>peci* lied for ihe purpose of collecting T.?xe-< for the aliovo liieotioii'.'d vear. NO KXFrON Tto.NOK I'IMK vtfl.l.t, itK ASKK? Kok Ofltce Iiouih from 1? A. M. 0? :' 1*. .'<1 Zeigh-rs' store, Monday May lind. Knoll*' Mill, Tuesday :?rd. I'ort Mottt, WultteH >ay Udi i.ert'bvillc. Th?rs lav "nil. >V; F. Phillips. ...

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