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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 1 September 1881
The Orangeburg Times LOCAL_ Notice.?Callers at the School Com rnissioners o?lce will note that they can't be attended to, after Sept. 1st, outside of the regular oflice days, Fri t'ays, Saturdays and Salesdays. Accident.?Mrs. Louisa Smith, one of the operatives at the Coruelson Fac tory, had her fingers rather painfully but not seriously mashed in the roll ers yesterday morning. The engin eer, attracted by her screams, stop ped the machinery. A Villaiuous Act.?Last week a mule of Mr. John IL Livingston's was brought home to him by the driver with a terrible gash in the side from the effects ot which it fell dead in ai few minutes. Some villain did the deed, but who it was, it seems hard to find out. Pay Ui?.?Call on Mr Kirk Robin son, or on the editor, and pay up for the Times out of the first bale of cot ton when you come in town. It is on ly $1 to you, but $1000 to us either made or lost. We have served you faithfully. Come up now and gladden our hearts. School.?The exereiyes of M...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 1 September 1881
.fx rt\ 5 QfSP : "y A> JlJiil 1 JL k3 JL JLtv JL . P'^UATIYS AND MECHANICAL V,y Dr. L. 8. WOLFE.' Office over II. Louis' Stoic. Satisfttctic?? guaranteed in all operations. BSy"Tcetl? extracted without pain by the use of Nitrous Oxid Gas. BF.LOW li?d a few brands of Whiskies which I ipiarnntco pure and unadul terated: Golden Grain Kye, Old Crown live. Hunter's Mountain live. These are three of the purest and beet Whiskeys made. Mnj. l'aul llourbon, pure N. C White Corn, Red Corn Whiskey made from It cd Corn, Vine French Brandy". Crystall ized Hock and Kye, California Peach and Jloney, theCeb bratcd Lyon Punch, Wines of the best ami purest qualities, imported and domestic (tins, Lager beer always on hand, and cold.as ice can make it. JtfiUcrs, all of the best brands. w 31 riataicijLVE. AI GillWs Old Stund. "\^JiH keep constantly on baud a choice ? ? ami well selected stock of Family Ciroeeties . ALSO P.KANT HKS, W'UISKKYS, (HNS and WINiS of every grade and quality Cull :? litl lie...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 1 September 1881
?'^IL\tlYE AND aiECUANICAIi. By Dr. L. vS. WOLFE; ?ffiee over I). Louis' Stoic. Satisfaction guaranteed in all operations. ?fc;>" Teetli extracted without pain by the use of iNitroiM Oxid Gas. I">KI.OW lind a few brands of Whiskies } which 1 guarantee pure and unadul terated: Golden Grain live, Old Crown Bye. Hunter's Mountain Bye. These are three of the purest and best Whiskey? made. Maj. Paul Bourbon, pure N. C. White Corn, Red Corn Whiskey made from Bed Corn, Vine French Brandy*, Crystall ized Hock and Bye, California Beach and Honey, theCchbratcd Lyon Bunch, Wines of (he best ami purest qualities, imported and domestic (.tins, Lager beer always on hand, and cold.as ice can make it. Milters, all of the best brands. ^iiliii ?fft At drifting Old Stand. ""?TJTill keep constantly on hand a choice ?? ami well selected stock of Family Groceries . Al.So BBANDILS, WIUSKKYS, GINS mid WI2\F,S of every grade and quality Call and be convinced that 20 per cent Can be saved by buying fro...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 15 September 1881
SPECIAL NOTICE. Now that the holiday season is over and everything has gone pros perous and happy; every one better ?IT, and a bright fertile year ahead, at no period in the history of our business lifo have we been so thor oughly prepared to meet the wants ?f the trade and the requirements of the people, as wo are now. We shall continue to place upon our counters fron? day to day, bargains in every dcpai tment at LOWEST PRICKS, and eh all al\vays'kbe found using our . best endeavors to prevent extortions and uphold the CASH SYSTEM. Our entire stock is now oll'crcd at. REDUCED PRICES. We ask j 6u to call and inspect our goods. We guarantee to please as to quality and price. Look cat (fully over this li.-t of u few articles mentioned : Gents 2 Hose, white, fi und 10 c. " striped 12* solid colors 121 double heel & toe 12i Ladicfl ho.-e, white, 8, 10, 12A. ?* striped, 10 " solid colors, 12*> " hrilbriggan, 15 u " lines! quu'i ty, 25 ( hildrch'S hose, colored. f>, 8, 10, 12' L...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 15 September 1881
EDITORIAL NOTES, The President is sitting up nt Long Branch viewing t he ocean. Gen A. E. Bum side died on Tiles day morning. It looks very much like Ohio is going Democratic once agaiu. Sidney Lanier, tlie poet, died at Try on City on last Wednesday. One of the guards shot at Guittcau in his cell last week to kill him. The "Wet" ticket was elected in Union on Monday by 100 majority. It Is very clear that the Republicans are seriously alarmed about Ohio. Let us hope that Long Branch May moan long life. Is Long Branch the capital of the United States now? Senator James Cnllison is preach ing sermons to the people of Edgelield County. A white boy, 18years of age, was whipped to death in the convict camp in Georgia on Monday. Efforts arc being made to reestab lish the old Citadel Academy of Char lest on. The Legislature will have enough to do next session, and il will be hard to stave off a family row. Hon. Samuel J. Tilden isestimatcd by a New York correspondent to be worth $10,000,00...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 15 September 1881
Tho Orangebarg Times LOCAL Notice.?Callers at the School Com inissioners ollice will note that they can't be attended to, after Sept. 1st, outside of the regular odiee days, Fri days 'Saturdays aud Sulesduys. - . ?j- ? - ? jati' - Pay Ue.?Call on Mr Kirk. Robin son, or ou the editor, and pay up for the Timks out of the /irst b'dc of cot ton when you come in town. Not Deal?.?We understand that the son of Jake Ilaigler, whom we re ported kicked to death by a stallion is not dead. - ELe was kicked senseless, aud to^ll^nppcaritncos dead at the time, ^nncl hence the report. Although terribly mutilated about the jaw, he has revived, aud will doubtless reepver. The Faik.?We hope that our citi zens will tase a lively interest in the coming fair. The advantages of ?fairs cannot be disputed. Socially and materially they benefit a com munity. They bring the farmers to gether who are naturally isolated on account* of their occupation, and in many ways they tend to develop a County. Let us do al...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 15 September 1881
?PEUATIVB AM) MMClIANIOiVL ? :o; ? By Dr. Ti. 8. WOLFE. Oflico over B. Louis' Stoic. Satisfactici guaranteed ill all operations. iwri>"Teetli extracted without pain by the use 6t"-Nitrous Oxid Gas. BET-QW find a few brands of Whiskies Which T guarantee pure and unadul terated: G?ttien Grain Rye, Old Crown Bye, Hunter's Mountain Hye. These are three of the purest and best Whiskeys made. Mnj. Paul Bourbon, pure N. C. White Corn, Red Corn W hiskey made front lied Corn, Fine French Brandy, Crystall ized Bock aitd Rye California Beach and Honey, the Celebrated Lyon Punch, Wines of the bestand purest qualities, imported and domestic (tins, Laeer Beer always on hand, and cold as ice can make it. Bitters, all off-he best brands. ! IS At Griffin's- Old Stand. "S^ri II keep constantly on hand a choice ? f and well selected stock of Family Groceries ALSO BRANDIES, WHISKEYS, CilXS and "Wl NFS of every grade and quality Call and be convinced thai 20 per cent Can Lc s? veil bv biivihu from inc...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 22 September 1881
SPECIAL NOTICE. Now that 'the holiday season id over and everything has gone pros perous and happy; every one better off', and a bright fertile year ahead, ?at no period in the history of our business lifo have we been so thor oughly prepare! to meet the wants of the trade ami the requirements of the people, its we are now. We shall continue to p'htfcc trpon dtir counters from day to day, bargains in every ?depai tment at ej LOWEST-PRICKS, and sii&ll aluaysbe found using our best ciidofvYbrs to prevcuVcxthrtiona and uphold the CASH SYSTEM. Our en tiro stock i? now ollered at. reduced rur'CEs. Y.'e ask you to call and inspect our goods. Wo guarantee -to please as to quality an 1 price. Look cum fully over this list of a few articles mentioned : 'Gents ?} Hose, white, 5 and 10 c. " striped 12-J Eolid colors 125 double heel & toe 122 Ladies hose, white, 8, Id, 12:. st lined, 10 " solid colors. 12] " bitlbriggun, 15 " " Yincst quali ty, 25 '( niloieu's hosts colored, 5, 8, 10.12...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 22 September 1881
R. 15. Elliott is delivering lectures In New Orleans. ^iTis to be hoped that Senator Hill of Georgin will get well. Redmond is a brave muh, and de serves a better fate than he has. JJThc President is to be buried next Monday. There, is a hint that General Go don,-having made a plenty of money since leaving the Senate, may enw i politics again. There arc talks of having a Pout I Carolina department put up at the At lanta Exposition. We hope it will be done. A prayer for Gnilteau was made in a Cincinnati church?for bis spir itual but not his temporal welfare. The Georgia Tress Convention meets in Atlanta on the opening day of the exposition. General W. T. Tucker wasnssnssi hated Wednesday night, at Ok.ilona. Miss. He was called to the door o! his residence and shot by an unknown party. Gen. Grant and President Arthur walked arm in arm at Long Branch the day after the death of Gartield. This has a decidedly "stalwart" look. Gov. Hagood has is med a procla mation calling upon all the pe...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 22 September 1881
] The Oi'angcbiu'g TimeTP I _T, O C A. Ta_I Water Melon.?Tnauks to Mr. A R. Phillips of Liberty township for a magnificent water melon weighing 28 ? pounds. The seed was sent from the Agricultural Department. BoAumvu Pupils.?The principal of "Melliehamp's School," is prepar ed to furnish board for three boys and one more girl at his school at $10 per month. Apply at once. Dedication.?The Pour Holes Baptist Church will he dedicated on the First Sunday in October, The dedication sermon will be preached by Rev. T. M. Galphin. It will be an interesting occasion, and there ?will doubtless be a fine turn out. Wc congratulate the community on the successful consummation of such worthy efforts; in ;i good cause. Rev. T. M. Tolson of Alabama has been called to the pastorate. The Court House Fence.?The | County Commissioners at their last | meeting awarded the contract of put ting np an iron fence around the Court House to Mr. P. G. Cannon. This will add very much to the beau ty of our town, ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 22 September 1881
T?EIETY STORE Angine ILou??, Next to Uncle Joe, & Fi? . .. - BY, TL G. MITCHELL, TSTows r>opai't'ni? n. 1. All llTiiBtraietl 1'nperaand Sunday Maga zines, Sea Side Library, &c, from wbicb ?the niiiuis of tlii! Old as well as the Young <can bo improved. . All'o'rdc'rs for Hooks"Papers, Sc., entrusl ?cd to me will receive prompt attention. DEPARTMENT OF DELICACIES Pure Candies of everv variety. FRUIT DEPARTMENT Northern Apples, Lemons eic. V EG KTABLE DE PA HTM ENT Northern Calibage, Irish Potatoes, Onions, &c. 1 \ R IC AD D E PARTIM EN T Fresh Charleston Patent Bread every ?morning by Express. Also Currant and Potato Uread; Every luxury of the Market will be obtained. T. C. HURBELL, mav ID?Gin lUlSflcll Street LANBliETlPS TUBJVIPS- CABBAGE A FEE3K SUP PLY AT Je v.-oller. Orniurt'b?r?; S. C. Notice to Goiisuiiioi'S of Tobacro. "XZOTJR nttenfionls called loa few brands A of my line unonkiiig ami chewing Tobacco's, also Ppjjark und Cegn rette?, which 1 make a specialty...