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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 7 July 1881

SPECIAL NOTIGE. Now that the holiday season is ?over and everything has gone pros perous and happy; every one hotter ?oft", and a bright fertile year ahead, ^at no period in the history of our business life have we boon so thor oughly prepared to inset the wants ?f the trade and the requirements of the people, as we nro now. We shall ?continue to place upon our counters iYom day to day, bargains in every depat tmeut 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 on to call and inspect our igoods. Wo guarantee to please as to ?quality and price. Look rait fully over this list of a few articles mentioned : "Gents i Hose, white, 5 and 10 c. striped 12 J solid colors 12] double licel & toe 12-J -Ladies hose, white, 8, 10, 121. ?* striped, 10 " solid colors, 12! " balbriggau, l.~> " " finest quali ty, 25 '< hildren's hose, coin led, ?, 8, 10, 1...

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 July 1881

?EDITORIAL GLEANINGS.? If Arthur gets to be President.,? What then? This is now the question of the hour. The-Charlcston Mercury threatens to sue the Charleston Herald for tak ing a part of its title. There arc four papers in Suinter. This county must be blessed with a kind of literary atmosphere. The Greenville News thinks it very natural for ihe Spirit of the Times to oppose prohibition. "Wc should always be just before we are generous. No man has a right to give, until he has paid his debts. The Prohibition Convention has been postponed to some time in ?Sep tember. Bayard gives a dark jiic'tnre of the political cousoquenoes of the Presi dents death, if it should happen. "SenatorDavid Davis' wealth is es timated at from four to live millions, chiefly made by investing in lots in the suburbs of growing western towns. If Arthur becomes President, the parties will become so even in the Keimte that we may expect the dead liest kind of a dead lack. Henry Wattcrson of the Coui-icr Journ...

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. — 7 July 1881

"Xho Orangebixrg Times L O C -A. Hi n The Glorious 'Fourth.?Tiiis na tional holiday was celebrated by the ?colored people who came into town in ,pretty considerable numbers and a ?mused themselves with a bund of rhu sic and other diversions. They wound up the whole with a big dance ? at night at the Engine ?house. Blocking the Post Office.? Webster and Mb attaches were start led on last Thursday by the arrival of about a ton of mail for Congress ?man Dibble iu the shape of ollicial documents which had accumulated in Washington for hitn. They had to be conveyed from the .pcyst olliee in 'two cartloads. A-FINEGame.?A very spirited : game- of base bull was played on last Thursday evening between the Col umbia club aud the Orangeburg Dai sy club. It was said to be the best game of the season. The score -stood 14 to 15 in favor of the Columbia club. The victors had little to boast over, the contest being so close, that all hands could feel victorious. ? A Mauk ok Respect.?The Edisto ?Rif...

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. — 7 July 1881

iOPERATIVE AM) AIECUANICAL By Dr. L. S. WOLFE. OlTice over ?D. Louis' Stoie. Satisfaction guaranteed tin nil operations. ??iy"Tecih extracted without pain by the use of Nitroni Oxid Otis. Notice to Whiskey Drmkers, Physicians, Members of Temperance Societies. TTSELOW fmd a few brands of Whiskies l> which I guarantee pure and unadul terated: Gotdea <>r:iin Lye, Old Crown Hye, Hunter's Mountain Lye. These arc three of the purest and best V Iiiskeys made. Maj. Paul Uotirbnn, pure N. C. White Corn, Red Corn Whiskey made from Itcd Corn, Vine French llrandy. Crystall ized Hock and Lye. California Peach and Honey, the Celebrated Lyon Punch, Wine-: of the best and purest qualities, imported and domestic (iins. Lager beer always on hand,and cold as ire can make it. Hitters, aJl of the best brands. IS'. II.? I do not, head the above, mean ing that the Physicians und members of Temperance Societies are drinkers, but head it in that manner to call the attention of all to the place wher...

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 July 1881

SPECIAL NOTICE. Now that the holiday season is over and everything has goue pros perous and happy; every one better off, and a bright fertile year ahead, at no period in the history of our business life have we be;n so thor oughly prepared to mact 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 in every department at LOWEST PRICKS, and shall always be found using our best endeavors to preveut ex to; tioh's nnd uphold the CASH SYSTEM. Our entire stock is now offered at. REDUCED PRICES. We ask 3 ou to call and inspect our goods. Wo guarantee to please as to quality and price. Look cajc fully over this list of a few articles mentioned : Gents J Hose, white, 5 and 10 c. " striped 12} " solid colors 12J double heel & toe 12* Ladies hose, white, 8, 10, 124. striped, 10 " solid colors. 121 " bal briggnn, 15 " " finest quali ty, 25 < hildren'a hose, colored, 5, 8, 10,123 Ladies Gauntlets,...

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 July 1881

-3I~ TO KI A L L E AN 1 N ? S.? Fife morefamilies of immigrants arrived at Columbia ibis week. A church roof fell in, in Mexico, lastweek, killing over fifty persons. Guitontl Vends no other book but the Bible streng?; to say. The crop prospect is reported as gloomy in Darlington on account of the drought. "THenamc "Stalwart" has got into disrepute since the attempted assas sination. A one armed confederate soldier knocked a man down in Chicago last week for abusing Gar field. The most delicate, the most sensi bio of all pleasures, consists in pro moting the pleasure of others. W. W. Coi ?coran, the philanthro pist of Washington has contributed $5000 towards the fund for Mrs. Gar field. It is coldly suggested that mor phine has probably had a good deal to do with the Presidents bright re marks. The White -House folks could set "wp a variety store with the presents that people all over the country are sending them. The difference between a cat and a comma is Hint one has the claws at...

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. — 14 July 1881

T'b.e Orangeburg Times X, O O _A_ L A Fire.?A lire occurred tit Georges ?Station on last Thursday night burn ingout Mr. Emory - building. The loss was from $1500 to $2000. No insurance. It is supposed to be the word of an incendiary. Wool Buying.?Mr. C. P. Dawson at the S. C. II. 2i. Depot is still sen cl ing wool to the factory to be ex changed for cloth, lie will also pay top of market, cash, for all delivered at the Depot. Bring him your wool. You can all be satisfied. ? - - . - T - Base Ball.?The George's Sta tion Base Ball Club played a mutch game with the Brauchvillc Club at the latter place on Tuesday. We have not learned the score. Why doiit they try the "Daisy" Club of our town? A Sad Deatxl?In another column we give the particulars o^the killing of Dr. IL J. Ayinger in 1'ex as. He hns many relatives and friends in Orangeburg who will he .deeply mourned by the recital of the unfortunate affair. Our deepest sympathies arc extended to the be reaved ones in both States. Fon Ge...

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. — 14 July 1881

Dentistr OPERATIVE AM) MECHANICAL ?:oj? By Dr. L. S. WOLFE. Office over D. Louis' Stoie. Satisfaction guaranteed in all operations. JBQyTect" extracted without pain by the use of Nitrous Oxid Oas. Notice to Whiskey Drinkers, Physicians, Members of Temperance Societies, BELOW find a few brands of Whiskies which I guarantee pure and unadul terated: Golden Grain Kyc, Ohl Crown Rye, Hunter's Mountain Kyc. These are three of the purest and best Whiskeys ?ii?de. Maj. Paul Bourbon, pure N. C. White Corn, Red Corn Whiskey mittle from Red Corn, Fine French brandy. Crystall ized Hock and Rye California Peach and Jloney, the Celebrated by on Punch, Wines of the best and purest qualities, imported and domestic Oins, Lager Heer always on hand, and cold as ice can make it. Hitters, all of the best brands. N. B.?i do not, bead the above, mean ing that the Physicians and members of Temperance Societies arc drinkers, but head it in that manner to call the attention of all to the place where they can...

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 July 1881

SPECIAL NOTICE. Now that the holiday season is ! over and everything has gono proa* ' pcrous and happy; every one better off, and a bright ferlilo year ahead, at no period iu the history of our busiuess life havo wo boen so thor oughly prepared to tuaet the wants of the trade and the requirements of the people, as we aro now. We shall continue to place upon our counters from day to day, bargains in every department at LOWEST PRIC13S, and shall always be found using our best thdeavors to prevent extortions and uphold the CASH SYSTEM. Our entire stock \a now offered at. REDUCED PRICES. Y.'e ask 3 ou to call and inspect our goods. Wo guarantee to please as to quality an 1 price. Look call fully over this list of a few articles mentioned : Gents } Hose, white, 5 and 10 c. " striped 12} " solid colors 12* " double heel & toe 12* Ladies hose, white, 8, 10, 12}. fctriped, 10 ,{ solid colors, 12} " balhriggan, 15 " " finest qua'i ty, 25 (. hiluren's hose, colored, 5, 8, 10, 12} Ladies G...

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. — 21 July 1881

TS?E OUAN?EBUiU UM LS. 1SSUKD EVKRY THURSDAY MORNING, 8TILE-S It. 31 Ebbt Ctl AMP. Editor ami Proprietor. Terms of Subsoi'iptioii One Copy one Year.SI 00 " " Six J'oii'ha . 75 Rate? of Advertising One. Square 1st Insertion.SI 00 Hack Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at 'i\Jc jhtt iLine. All Subscriptions and Iranaicnt Advertise ments to be paid /or in Advance. ?*?r" AV? are in no way reNjuinnHilt; iwr ?he vions or opinions of ->ur Correspond ent*. Til UKS DAY, .) ULY 21, 1SH1. Kow for Guitcnu and his Crime. Now that the President is getting well, public attention will be direct ed to the would-be assassin, and to a eousiduration of the question, what will be done, with hint? Under the laws of the land wo cannot bcc how he can be indicted for anything else but assault with intent to kill, and he wdl be subject alone to the punish mcut provided for this offence. There is no special legal provision for at tempts ? poll .-the life of the President, and iu our opinio...

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. — 21 July 1881

Tlio Orangoburg Times LOCAL A Good Appointment.?Mr. Kobt. ? McKewn for a long time clerking for ?Mr. J. C. Pike, has just been appoint ed a conductor on the S. C. K. It. Mr McKown is au old railroad man, and the appointment is uu excellent one. We wish him well. Thanks.?Many thanks to Con gressman Dibble for Congressional documents in the shape of reports of] the Commissioner of Education, and a pamphlet upon the Original Grow th of Sheep Ilttsbnudry in the United States. Improvements}.?Tbc greatest im provements have been made in Mr. Cornelson's excellent store. The Ven tilation and CHpfteityi'haTe'bKcn.greHt' ly enhanced, and an air of neatness pervades the whole establishment. The whole is now being freshened up by a coat of paint on the inner walls. Monster Rattlesnake.?Mr. Gco Bonnet killed a rattlesnake last week near Reeves Landing on the Edisto river, measuring 5 ft 81 inches in length, and 4 inches through the body, and having nine rattles and a button.' We h'nve the rattle...

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. — 21 July 1881

Tho Orangoburg Times L O O A. L A Good Appointment.?Mr. Robt. ? McKewn for a long time clerking for Mr. J. C. Pike, has just been appoint cd a conductor on the S. C. K. It. Air McKewn is au old railroad man, aud the appointment is an excellent one. We wish him well. Thanes.?Many thanks to Con gressman Dibble for Congressional documents in the shape of reports of the Commissioner of Education, and a pamphlet upon the Original Growth ofShcop Husbandry iu the United States. Improvements.?The greatest im provements have been made in Mr. Cornelson'a excellent store The ven tilation and capacity have'been great1 ly enhanced, and an air of neatness perVfcdcs the whole establishment. The whole is now being freshened up by a coat of paint on the inner walls. M on st En Rattlesnake.?Mr. Gco Bouuet killed a rattlesnake last week near Reeves Landing on the Edisto river, measuring 5 ft 8.V inches in length, and 4\ inches through the body, aud having nine.rattles and a button.' We have the rattle...

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. — 21 July 1881

OPERATIVE AN!) ?liCU?SICAL. ? iOZ ? By Dr. L. 6. W?LtF. O?icc over 1). Louis' Stoic. SatUfactk ?i guaranteed Jn all operations. ?@"Tt'etli extracted without rain hy the use of JSitroua Oxid Gun, Notice to Whiskey Drinkers, Physicians, Members of Temperance Sociotios. BELOW lind aft w brands of WluskicH which I gua?:iuiee pure nod twiidtd leratod: Golden Grain Kyc, Old Crown Rye. Hunter's Mountain bye. Tlicne are three of the purest nud "bent \S hi.--keys made. Maj. Paul Bourbon, pure N.G. White Corn, Red Corn Whiskey made from Rod Corn, Vine Kreuch llrnndy. Cryalall iztd Hock rind live. California Peach and Honey, thcCclcbrated Lyon Punch, Wines of the best and j 11rest qualities, imported and domestic Gins, Lager Reer always on hand, and cold as ice can make it. BiUers, all of the best brands. N. 15.?I do not, head the above, mean ing that the Physicians and members of Temperance Societies are drinkers, but bead it in that manner to call the attention of nil to the place where they...

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. — 28 July 1881

SPECIAL NOTICE. Now that the holiday season is I over and everything has gone pros- 1 perous and happy; every one better off, and a bright fertile year ahead, at no period iu the history of our business life havo wo bocn so thor oughly prepared to meet the wants of the trade and the requirements ->f the people, as we are uow. We shall continue to place upon our counters from day to day, bargains iu every department at LOWEST PRI?K?, and shall nlways_bc found using our best tndeavors to prevent e.xtortions and uphold the CASH SYSTEM. Our entire stock is now offered at, REDUCED PRICES. Wo ask 30U to call and inspect our goods. Wo guarantee to please as to quality and price. Look chit fully over this list of a few articles mentioned : Gents J Hose, white, 5 and 10 c. " striped 124 " solid colors 121 double heel ?& too 12* Ladies hose, white, 8, 10, 121. ?' striped. 10 " solid colors. 12] " balbriggan, 15 " " finest quali* ty, 25 xl hiblren's hose, colored, 5, 8, 10, 12-3 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. — 28 July 1881

?BDITOBIHi GLEANINGS.? Gen. Hancock ia invited to the At' laut a Exposition. Palmetto trees are being planted on East Bay in Charleston. Oh Harmony3 How many crimes have been committed in thy name. Miss America Cason was killed from the explosion of a keroscuc lamp last week at Ninety Six. The irrepressible *Tim Hurley, - a stalwart South' Carolina' Radical," is now a big Democrat iu New York Ci ty A number of delegates from South Carolina are in attendance upon the National Teacher's Association at Atlanta. , Gov. Hagood and suite went up to Greenville on Monday to the meeting of the State Agricultural. Society. Justice Clifford died on Monday which causes a vacancy on the Su premo Bench of the Uuited States. Will the South now have representa tion.' Even John Kcllcy, who hates Conk ling with a holy hatred, admits that tho treachery of some of his pretend ed friends was such as men instinct ively despjset J. L-. W, Matthews, tho editor of the Fourche Valley Times of Arkan sas, was ...

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. — 28 July 1881

*B DIT 9 B IA It GtjEAKINGS.? Gen. Hancock is iuvited to the At lanta Exposition. Palmetto trees are boing planted on East Bay in Charleston. Oh Harmony3 How many crimes havebeen committed in thy name. Miss America Cason was killed from the explosion of a kerosene lamp last week at Ninety Six. The irrepressibleTjm Hurley^ a stalwart South'- CaroBfra' -Radical," is now a big Democrat in New York Cr ty. A number of delegates from South Carolina are in attenda*uce upon the National TOacher's Association at Atlanta. , Gov. Hagood aud suite weut up to Greenville on Monday to the meeting of the State Agricultural. Society. Justice Clifford died on Mouday which causes a vacancy on the Su preme Bench of the United States. Will the South now have representa tion.* Even John Kellc3r, who hates Conk ling with a holy hatred, admits that the treachery of some of his pretend ed friends was such as men instinct ively despise,, J. L. W. Matthews, the editor of the Fourcha Valley Times of Arkan sas,...

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 July 1881

The Orangobui'g Tirn<es L O O A. Tu Roubery.?The residence of Mr. Wm. Pooser was entered on lnst Monday night, and a number of household articles were stolen. Cotton Opening.?Opened cotton bolls were found on Mr. Stepben Berry's place, on the 21st, and On Mr. W. Edwin's, on the 22nd. Blue Cat.?A blue cat three feet four inches long, and weighing 31.J pounds was caught in the Kd is to hist week by a party of fishermen con sisting of Mcsrs. J. A. Fanning, A. J. Jackson .'and Lloyd Morgan. ? i ?? i - ? -. 11. -? Rumored Change.?We understand that the Post oilice is soon to be re moved to the building at the North West corner of the Baptist Church lot, the lower story being used for the Post office, and the upper for Lath rop & Webster's law otficc. Correction.?A correspondent from Branehville writes: "It was not 'Branchvtile Nine' that played with the Resolutes'of Georges, but 'Our Boys' Club of Rowesville. The result was a walk over for the Roso- ( lutes, the-score standing -13...

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 July 1881

BFNTi9E OPERATIVE AM) MECHANICAL By Dr. L. 8. NVjOLVE. OiGco over I). Louis' Stoie. Bvtisfactio'i guaranteed in all operations. BS5?"Teetli extracted without pain hy the use of .Nitrous Oxid Uas. iET.CAV find a few brands of Whiskies which I guarantee pure and unadul terated: Golden Grain live, Old Crown ltyc. Hunter's, Mountain Rye. These are three of the j ?ihm rnd nesi V liLk'eys made iVaj. 1'jinl Ilourlon, pure N. I'. White Corn, IUd t urn \\ hiskey made from lied Corn, Vine 'French ? randy < rystall ized Hock and Rye California Peach and Honey, the Celebrated Lyon Punch, "Wines of the best ai d | nrest qualitiesimported and domestic (?ns, Lager beer always on hand, and cold as ice can make it. Bitters, all of the beet brands. w 3i MmMMM. . At (iriffinV; Old Stand. XXTil! keep constantly on hand a choice ?? and well selected stock of Family Groceries A 1.80 IJ RAN DIES, WHISKEYS, GINS and WINI'-S of every grade and quality Call and be convinced that 20 per cent Gail be .saved...

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. — 4 August 1881

SPEOIALsNDTICEl; V A!*"fc'tfit?s ' * k ! ?? ***** Now that the holiday season is over and everything has gone pros perous and happy; every one better off, and a bright fertile year: ahead, at no period in tho history of our business i life have we boon so thor oughly proparod to moot the wants of the trado and the requirements wf the people, nn we are now. Wo shall continue to place'upon our counters from day to day, bargains iu every department at and shall always.be found using our boat endeavors io.prevent extortions and uphold the CASH SYSTEM. Our entire stock' is i)OW offered at. REDUCED PRICES; . . We ask 3 oil to call and inspect our goads. We guarantee to please as to quality and price. Look can fully over this list of a few articles mentioned : Genta 5 Hose, white, 5 and 10 c. " atriped 12 J " solid colors 12} " double heel & toe 12i Ladies hoee, white, 8, 10. 12J. striped, 10 " solid colors, 12$ " bulbriggan, 15 " ; u finest qua'i ty,25 < bibiren's hose, colored, 6,...

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. — 4 August 1881

THE ORANGEBUilG TIMES. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY MORNINO, 8T1LES U. MELLICHAHP, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms of Subscription One Copy one Year.$1 00 " "Six Month* . 75 -:o: Rates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.$1 ?0 Each Subsequent " . 60 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. . , .. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. ggy- Wg are in no way responsible (er the vionn or opinions ?f our Corre?pond ?nta. _ THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1881. Country Schools. The clever letter of Mr. Baldwin,! on our outside of this week's issue, together with the recent discussion in the National Teacher's Association at Atlanta, growing out of the posi tion taken by Dr. Newell, furnishes a fruitful theme for reflection. Mr. Newell's. position, which is endorsed by Mr. Baldwin, seems to j be, that in our "old field" or "country Bchools," only one-fourth as much spelling, and one-third as much arithemetic should be taught, "ex punging fractious entirely," th...

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