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JAMES L. SIMS.
Lock Box No. 116, Orangeburg, S. C.
The name of Gen. R. R. Ilemphill
has been brought forward for the posi
tion of Secretary of State. The Gener
al is in every way fully qualified 'for the
position, and we do not think a better
selection could be made.
The Port Royal Post calls upon Con
gress to give Port Royal a public build
ing, and wants to run Col. William
Elliott for Congress against Smalls.
That portion of Orangeburg County
that is in the Seventh District would
give Col. Elliott a warm support should
he enter the race._
The verdict in the Steedly-Connel
ly case is a travesty on justice. With
such verdicts is it any wonder that we
occasionally have a lynching. Miss
Connelly should (have been convicted,
and the paliating circumstances in her
case laid before the Governor who no
doubt would have pardoned her. This
would have preserved the form of law,
at least. _
The hideous portraits that blotch the
pages of American newspapers all over
the land are a disgrace to the profes
sion. If a newspaper paragraph should
represent a handsome young lady as
being ugly it ought to be adjudged as
libellous. Not less so of these abomi
nable prints. And this is the view
. taken by a young lady of St. Paul who
sued one of the papers for subjoining
her name to one of the beastly cuts,
claiming it was a libel.
Paul H. Hayne had no petty
jealousies. He sang pceans to three or
four of the leading Northern poets,
and he delighted in protecting the
memories of the Southern men of
genius. His labors in behalf of the
gifted Harry Timrod, of Hugh S.
Legare and Gilmore Simms will not
soon be forgotten. One of his last acts
was to pay a charming tribute to Judge
Gayarre, one of the South's greatest
% The North is a great section. It
furnishes all sorts of characters and
experiences. Pretty Mrs. Wixom
offended some of the several vixens
living at Kawkawlin?Michigan, where
upon they visited her house, broke out
the window glass, pelted her with rot
ten eggs and tore her dress about off of
her. Six were arrested and fined S4.70
each. They ought to have been sub
jected to the same treatment they gave
their helpless neighbor.
Any thoughtful man will notice the
wonderful love of God to us, in that to
encourage us to keep His laws, He has
promised present as well as future hap
piness. The "peace that passeth un
derstanding" being the serenest of
earth's attainments, and that happiness
of the world to come is the fulfillment
all our wishes. He has so far inter
woven duty with happiness, that the
effort to discharge the one makes the
best?yes, the only provision for the
Ex-Governor Moses, of South
Carolina, is pining and failing fast in
the Massachusetts penitentiary. His
is the only instance in American his
tory where an ex-governor became a
common convict. Men often climb
half way up the ladder and stay there;
but it is seldom that they fall halt
way down and stop short of the bot
tom. At thirty Moses was deemed the
most brilliant and promising man in
South Carolina. Now, at fifty, he has not
even, like Lazarus, a dog friend to lick
The proceedings of the farmers' club
at Greenvill should be read by every
body. They have struck the key note
of the campaign. The fanners' move
ment in our State is entirely within the
Democratic ranks, seeking redress,
evils which they claim have existed
against them, and to have a more
economical administration of the
government. They believe in a change
in offices?taking men fresh from the
people who know the needs, necessities
and burdens which the farmers have
to labor under. We publish the pro
ceedings of the Greenville meeting
STATE Senator Farris of Missouri,
who has just come into prominence
through the veto of a bill granting
him an increase of pension, ought to
be able to get along despite his disap
pointment. He is a well to do man,
accounted almost rich in his neighbor
hood. He owns a newspaper and has
held oflice almost uninterruptedly ever
since the recovery of the control of
Missouri by the .Democrats. Taking
one thing with another, Mr. Farris ap
pears to have been pretty well taken
care of, and his anger at his inability
to get hold of a few more of the peo
ple's dollars indicates *that he is not
The State Press Association.
The Press Association which met
last week in Spartanburg had a
pleasant and profitable meeting. The
essays and discussions were all on
practical subjects, and could not but
be beneficial to the craft. The people
of Spartanburg gave the members and
their families a most oordial welcome
and did all that was possible to make
their stay pleasant. Friday morning
most of the Association left for Wash
ington, arriving there the . following
morning. As soon as their arrival
was known the Honorable* Samuel
Dibble and Col. T. Stobo Farrow called
upon them and made arrangements for
a reception by President Cleveland.
This was given at one o'clock, the
members of the Association being in
troduced by Congressman Ilemphill
and President McSweeney, of the Asso
ciation. The President shook hands
with each member of the Association,
and the ladies as well, after which the
party dispersed and made an inspection
of such rooms in the White House as
were thrown open to them. In the af
ternoon they attended the concert by
the Marine Band, and at night a recep
tion, which was given them by Col.
For the Legislature.
We believe that it is pretty well con
ceded by all who have given any
thought to the subject that the Banch
ville section of our county should be
represented on the Legislative ticket
to be put in the field this Fall. We
know that many of our Branchville
friends think, from the fact that they
have had no representative in the
Legislature since the Democratic party
came into power, that they are entitled
to at least one on the ticket this time,
and we must confess that there is con
siderable justice in the claim. The
fact being conceded that Bianchville is
entitled to representation on the ticket,
the next thing is to find the man
suitable for the place, and we think
Dr. 0. II. Ott fills the bill. In present
ing the name of Dr. Ott for the Legis
lature The Times and Democrat
departs from its usual course of not
espousing the cause of any individual
candidate for office, and we do it to
impress upon thv. voters of the county
the justice of giving Branchville re
presentation in the Legislature and of
rewarding the unselfish work of Dr.
Ott in the cause of good government.
Plurality or Majority.
So far as human foresight can deter
mine the primary plan of nominating
county officers will be adopted by the
convention that assembles to-day, and
it will be the duty of that body to say
which plan of the primary will be
adopted?the plurality or majority. In
the counties where a majority of the
votes are required to nominate, the
plan is most satisfactory. The will of
the people might be thwarted by the
plurality plan, as the Carolina Spartan
clearly demonstrates. Our cotemporary
says suppose there are four candidates
for the same office and only 4,000 votes.
The most unworthy man might,
through trickery and demagogisrn se
cure 1,200 of these votes. These would
go to him for any office and against
any opponent. He would get no more,
if two of the other candidates had
withdrawn. Then it is hardly fair to
let less than a third of the votes nomi
nate a man. The will .of the people
would be reached better by requiring
the two highest men to run the race
over when neither has a majority. The
convention should consider this matter
well before acting.
The County Convention.
The Democratic County Convention
meets to-day. This body has many
grave duties to perform, but the most
important is the election of a County
Chairman and the election of delegates
to the State Convention, which con
venes in Columbia on the 4th of Au
gust next. We must have thorough
unity and harmony in the Democratic
party in this county, if we want to
continue to be successful at the ballot
box. We cannot be successful if we
break into fragments, each class look
ing out for itself. There should be no
grasping and grabbing for all the
prominent positions in the organiza
tion by any one set of men to the ex
clusion of any other. There should be
a fair distribution of the honors as well
as of the labors to be performed to in
sure "a long pull, a strong pull, and a
all together." We meet not as farmers,
lawyers, doctors, or any other class,
but* as Democrats. Let us then act
with wisdom and forbearance, remem
bering that every individual member
of the great Democratic party has
rights that should be respected.
Hani on the Politicians.
Thomas Dixon, Jr., who represented
Cleveland county. N. C, in the late
legislature, and who delivered the 10th
of May oration in Charlotte, in lb'So,
has -abandoned politics. He has issued
a card in which he declares : "With
feelings of peculiar sadness and yet
with an emphatically determined re
solve. I realize it a duty to my numer
ous friends and constituents, who are
depending on my candidacy, to an
nounce to the public my withdrawal
from the field of politics. I will never
again be a candidate for any political
office. I have but one reason and that
a very simple one,, for adopting this
resolution. I have determined with
the help of Cod. to live a conscientious
and consistent Christian life. I cannot
be a successful politician and a success
ful Christian." This is heavy on the
politicians, but we are afraid there is
considerable truth in what Mr. Dixon
A storm at Baltimore Thursday
nicht unroofed many houses.
One hundred houses have been de
stroyed by fire in Koden, Poland, turn
ing '300 families out of homes.
The New York Sun lost 45,000 sub
scribers by advocating Ben. Butler for
the Presidency, and its dividents fell
off 50 per cent.
It is again reported thatSartoris and
his family are shamefully treating
Xellie. -Gen. Grant's cup of sorrow
was full when he died.
A negro woman was killed by light
ning in'Newberry last Saturday. New
berrv College building was also struck
by lightning, but the damage was only
Ex-Sheriff John Renoe, of Sumter
county, Tenn., was taken from jail at
Livingston on Tuesday by ;i mob and
hanged, for the attempted murder
of his brother-in-huv.
A brisk snow storm of about 15
minutes duration passed over Po
quosine township, near Yorktown, Va.,
on Friday afternoon, much to the
astonishment of the natives.
Small pox of a very malignant type
has broken out at Santiago, Chili. The
disease, which is epidemic and becom
ing worse every day, proves fatal in
70 per cent, of the persons attacked.
Mrs. Caroline Benedict, a well-known
woman, who for many years has re
sided in the little village of Mottville,
in the town of Skaneateles, X. Y., died
recently after a fast extending 53 days.
? Tuesday morning Thomas M. Daly,
an employee of the East Tennessee,
Virginia and Georgia railroad, was
killed in the Simpson street yard, in
Atlanta, while detaching a freight car
from a train.
Ben. Jones, colored, was found lying
bleeding and unconscious at the cor
ner of Vanderhorst and Rutledge
streets, Charleston, on last Wednesday
night. James Gough, colored, who is
suspected of the assault, has skipped.
The boiler of a portable engine ex
ploded at Alton, Illinois, Tuesday and
injured five men, three fatally. Besides
the wrecking of the threshing ma-!
chine and the burning of all the wheat I
adjacent, three or four horses were
Serious rioting broke out on Tues
day between Catholics and Protestants
at Belfast. Many stones were thrown
and revolvers used freely. The mili
tary was called out to restore order.
Many were injured and sent to the
Dr. Robert Taylor, formerly associat
ed with Dr. L. A. Sayre, of New York,
reports the cure of a case of traumatic
tetanus, or lockjaw, resultant from a
wound, which is said to be the only
instance in which'a fatal conclusion to
such an attack has been averted.
The Court of Charleston on Thurs
day was engaged in establishing the;
legality of a marriage between Sarah
James and Henry James, both colored,
before the war. Henry is dead and
some of his relatives are disputing the
right of Sarah to his property.
Sarah Clinger, an eight year old
daughter of the widow Clinger, living
near Brunson, was playing Tuesday
afternoon with five other children on a
flying jenny, when the pin on which it
turned gave way, and it lell on1 her
causing instant death. The othe?!8?l
dren escaped unhurt.
Prof. Tread well, of Massachusetts,
has proved that a half-grown robin
will dailv devour more than once and a
half times its own weight in cater
pillars and beetles. A young brood
cannot live on less than 70 or 80 worms
a day. A single pair of sparrows will
carry every week to the nest 4,300
caterpillars or beetles.
The St. Georges News says a huge
snake, of the coach-whip species, was
killed on the farm of Mr. T. O. McAl
hany several days since. It made a
savage attack upon Sylvester Douglass,
one of Ms hands, while plowing in the
field, and was promptly slain with a
fence -rail. It measured seven feet in
length, an a* was of proportionate size.
Addison Boggs, of Liberty, lost a
sow and eight pigs during the late
storm in the following strange way:
The pigs and sow sought a refuge from
the storm in a hollow tree in the pas
ture, and pushed their way up said hol
low, until the sow became tightly
wedged, so that she could not go back,
and she and the pigs were found dead
in a day or two.?Easley Messenger.
A Lincoln county, Nevada, farmer
has a cow which recently gave birth to
a hairless calf. The farmer is also
the owner of a turkey gobbler that has
a topknot of feathers which are over
three inches in length; has a ewe that
has four teats like a cow; he is the
father of fourteen children, eight girls
and six boys, and is one of the bestjciti
zens of Lincoln count}'.
On Wednesday morning while Trial
.Justice I. Hamilton Knight was two
miles from Summerville driving rapid
ly into town, a colored woman stepped
into the road and pitched her baby
almost under the horse's feet. Mr.
Knight reined in his horse in time to
save the child from being crushed to
death. The woman then coolly picked
up the child and walked off. It is sup
posed chat she is crazy.
About two hundred active Republi
cans from all parts of Massachusetts
met at Boston on Monday and adopted
resolutions asserting that the Republi
can party in Massachusetts should de
clare its uncompromising antagonism
to liquor saloons and that the question
of constitutional prohibition should be
submitted to the people, and inviting
men of all parties to co-operate. An
executive committee of fd'teen was ap
Mrs. Roger Pinckney of Early Branch,
Hampton County, had quite an adven
ture with u negro burglar recently
during the absence of her husband.
The burglar hud boldly entered the
private apartments of the residence,
but instead of being frightened out of
her wits the lady whipped out a revolver
and fired at the intruding felon. He
went through a window like a catapult
and made his escape. It is not known
whether he was hit or not.
A special dispatch from Fargo, Dak.,
says : "Persons from the West report
that Sunday afternoon an immense
cloud of grasshoppers settled down on
;i wheat Held in the vicinity of Sanborn,
on the Northern Pacific Railway, some
sixty-live miles West of Fargo, and in
a very short time cleared off fifty acres
of every vestige of greenness. Several
other fields in that neighborhood were
also partially swept. About sunset
the inseets rose and flew Southwest."
Dots from Elloree.
Editor Times and .Democrat:
The corn crop of this section of coun
try is generally fine. The cotton crop
not as good as last up to date, and is
somewhat discouraging yet from ex
cessive rain. The rice, sugar-cane and
potato crops are looking line, and as
for General Green he is doing remark-,
ably well. I tell you it was a strong
contest between the farmer and the old
general this year. He came mighty
near being crowned with victory at
one time, but the farmers are getting
the best of the old general now. He
still holds the fort at some places and I
expect will until tire broad hoe passes
along in the Fall month of October. So
much for crops.
Now something for the Eutawville
Rail Road. It is devided in two sec
tion, one lot of hands at work down at
Vances, one lot on the Elloree end, and
I feel satisfied that if the manager be
low is progressing- as fast as Capt.
Dunning- on the Elloree end it wont l>c
long before the whistle will be sounded
on the old Santee side, and then we
will have excursions to the great city
by the sea, and won't that be nice .'
Our honorable board of commission
ers is about to give us a public road
from Four Hole bridge to Elloree,
which will be a great accomodation to
us to attend court at Orangeburg and
haul fertilizers from Elloree.
I read in your valuable paper some
time ago the constitution of the Demo
cratic party and also the call of the
County Convention to be held at
Orangeburg ou the 22nd for the pur
pose of electing delegates to the State
Convention and devise plans for the
good of the Democratic party. It is
rumored on this side that the secret
part of the convention called was not
published in your paper. The rumor
that is now out I am sure it has not
come out in print. It is reported that
the convention tobe held in Orange
burg is a kind of mob to bring the
Farmers' Democratic delegation into
trouble. I never heard what all the
troubles we will have to contend with,
but one big trouble is to define the
principles of the farmers delegates. I
understand their quality of principle
must be such as laid down in the
Divine Law reads thus: They are to
be blameless, the husband of one wife,
sober, vigilant, Sec. They must spring
from a first class, decent family with
out spot or blemish. If so I am afraid
the delegation will be small. But I
think if there be any that can stand
the test we need not fear of not having
good and wholesome laws hereafter. I
truly hope that any man or set of men
that may be nominated or appointed in
this coming election for office may be
possessed with the principles as are
hereby set down for our farming dele
gates.* I don't mean to say that any of
our officers are guilty of having more
than one wife, or a brawler, or striker,
&c. But should there be for heaven
sake deliver us from their rejgn who
ever they may be.
If this report that is now out is a
part of the proceedings of the conven
tion and you would not publish it that
your farming friends who are delegated
to that convention might bring their
record with them so they would be
seated without the trouble of standing
before judge and juror, I think it un
fair in you. But I have no doubt it is
an error of some of our friends and you
know nothing of it. Please try and
find out if it is true and let you friends
know the judge and jury they will
have to stand before and oblige yours
respectfully, Hard Worker.
[We knowr nothing of the secret part
of the call that our correspondent
speaks of and don't believe any exists.
i As to the report that the farmer dele
gates would be subjected to any annoy
i ance is all bosh, and must have origi
nated in the brain of some very imagi
native person.?Editor Times and
Assisting Nature a Little lilt.
When the resources of Nature have
become retarded, no matter from what
cause, it is then quite time to help the
Liver and Spleen, and other organs, to
perform their thorough duty?or we
shall soon be quite ill. In such cases
there is no more natural remedy than a
mild cathartic, one which will be sure
to perform its duty without injuring
the system in the least. Such, let us
say in all candor, is Simmons' Hepatic
Compound. It will gentiy move the
bowels, without irritating them in the
least; when the medicine works, the
bowels are soothed and healed like a
charm?yet the medicine is more effec
tive than Calomel; one of the principal
ingredients possess all the good qualities
of that poisonous drug, without any of
its constituents. A dose of Simmons'
Hepatic Compound every night on
going- to bed, will infallibly restore
health. Testimony of the highest con
sideration from eyery portion of the
country, and from all classes of people,
abundantly substantiate this fact. The
importance of this treatment cannot be
over-estimated, and it should he tried
by all means. _
Dr. J. (J. Wannamaker, Wholesale
Agent for Orangeburg County.
Storm in Illinois.
Ruin and desolation mark the course
of Friday night's storm through the sec
lion of country ten miles southwest of
Kankabcc, 111. Hail was the principal
agent of destruction. Commencing at
a point one mile west of Chebausc, and
extending three miles northwest, then
almost retrackiug its course toward the
southeast to a point between Clifton
aud Ashkum. The storm mowed a
path three to four miles wide, destroying
every species of vegetation in its path.
Luxuriant fields of corn six fect high
were cut close to the ground. Timothy
hay and oat swerc mowed down as though
the harvester had passed through them,
and scores of farmers arc raking up these
crops which have never felt the sickle.
Editor Tunes and Democrat:
I send you a choice item taken from
an old paper?London Sunday News?
which for its quaitness and directness
ought to be perpetuated. The fathers
\v?cre nothing if not intensely practi
cal. It was not in the nature of their
philosophy to take two bites at a cherry.
They called a spade a spade- but to the
iteni. "An official order published in a
New England paper calls upon certain
persons to pay up their Uehindermtnts
?(arrears) before the County Court."
Suppose you try it/on your delinquents,
there, may be magic hi the word.
"Lustro," the great metal polish for
silver ware, sold only by P. W. Cant
News ainl Goswin from our Sprightly Little
ROWESVILLE, S. 0., July 20th, 188(5.
Just having received ;i report of the
game played between Jamison and the
O K's on the 15th, and feeling muchly
elated at the idea of such a^ignal vic
tory over such a formidable battery,
the score being so much in our favor,
giving them the advantage of one in
ning it summed up fifteen to nine. We
would like for the many subscribers to
your valuable paper to see what our
late acquisition and twirlcr, Mr. Willie
Withington, and our scientific home
made catcher Mr. Touimie Dukes, did
with Orangeburg's formidable down
"shooter." That battery was literally
battered on that occasion. We extend
our thanks for the kindly assistance
rendered us by those who were kind
enough to supply the place of two of
our best players in their absence, and
also for the umpire for his gentleman
ly deportment and impartial decisions.
Those who were present and should
have experience say it was as good a
game as has ever been played on the
diamond at our neighbor city. It won't
do to monkey too often gentlemen, and
be utterly paralized. We propose now
to keep "the ball rolling if we can get
any one to help us. Since Midway was
so totally defeated in her last effort
with the champions, we will visit them
next if they will allow us, in order that,
we may decide whether we can stand a
showing should we have the audacity
to challenge them. This trip to Mid
way will be somewhat of a Summer
excursion or pleasure trip. We will
take along every thing essential to the
comfort of the inner man, also a strong
band from the little village. We will
be prepared for accident or snake bite
either, with a medicine known to the
base ball fraternity as Japannese oil,
this remedy is very highly recommend
ed by the ebon hunters in this vicinity,
but the advice is that you take a half
pint before hand to get the start of
Messrs. John Robinson and Donnie
Barton are making preparation for
more modern and improved residences.
Crops are making some improve
ment since the shut off of the rainy
period, but never can entirely regain
what it has beer? damaged thereby.
Tom Felder, a brother of the sneak
thief who robbed Mr. W. P. Dukes' es
tablishment has been caught in a simi
lar act and severely chastised in the
old fashion style with a buggy trace,
he had to have several application be
fore he would disclose the whys and
Mr. Jeff Bowman we are glad to say
is still improving, and in a few days
will be able to go buggy riding and ere
long resume his general routine of
business. His idea is to leave for more
healthy and cooler climates as soon as
The crops are showing signs of inju
ry from continuous rains, the cotton
particularly is being damaged very
considerably on sandy soil, the swamps
are overflowed, some fields appearing
like huge mill ponds which were plant
ed in corn, rice. &e. Notwithstanding
this Mr. F. 0. Fairey and A. F. Smoafc
have promising prospects for an abun
dant harvest of these necessaries in the
The waters of the Edisto and its tri
butaries are supposed to be higher than
they have been since Mr. Harrison was
president. This being the fact it
would be a good idea if the fathers of
dandy sons who have a hankering for
watering places would send them for a
month's camp on the banks of the Edis
to, and if the waters of that pure
stream with the aid of the musquitoes
did not purge them of their dudiness
and extract all the impurities from
their blood so as they could balance
themselves without parting their hair
in the middle and plastering it down
over their foreheads, betraying a dis
position to hide their intellect, then
there are no purifying qualities in
water, and it is false economy to ship
these dandles off to enhance their men
tal and physical abilities, but keep
them at home and give them lessons in
gee and haw.
Campmeeting being near at hand,
and there seems to be a fascination in I
the rear of the tents for a great many
young men of all classes, most of
them on the order of the high neck
ed dude whose coat tail has crawl
led up around his neck assuming the
capacity of a collar, leaving his coat so
short that there is not room for pock
ets. Xow it might not be a bad idea
to appoint a committee of five of the
0 K's to see that these dandies are fed
and watered within the limits '?t the
grounds, us it gives the appearance of
inhospitnlity on the part of tent holders
to see them so indifferent to the wants
Mr. J. P. Sain is making arrange
ments to build u commodious burn six
stories high in which he proposes to
prepare his tobacco for the manufacto
ry. Mr. Sain having experience in the
cultivation of this weed will doubtless
make a success of it, and encourage
others to undertake it another year.
Mr. Jude Robinson's prospect for a good
turn out of tobacco is also encourag
ing. There are a great many others
who deserve notice as having good
general crops and would be delighted
to see their names as having such;
don't pout gentlemen or you may be
afforded the pleasure of seeing your
name in print ere long.
Some of my friends of the bachelor
persuasion who are disappointed in
their crop yield are hunting coon
dogs, they must havemettheman from
Orangeburg traveling in the interest
of the "coon skin house" and took the
agency. Success to you my friends,
there "is money in the business when
the crop is short.
It is now 2 o'clock at night; there is a
good deal more that could be told, but
old Morpheous is about to take us in
his tender embrace, and we fear that
we have already intruded on your
valuable space, so we will conclude by
hoping that we may see you at Cattle
Creek Camp Meeting. All of your
subscribers that have paid up will be
glad to see you and you might have an
accidental meeting with some in ar
rears from whom you might derive
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satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Dr. J.
some financial aid.
(>. K. C.
Cure for ]?lle?.
Piles are frequently preceeded by a
sense of weight in the back, loins and
lower part of the abdomen, causing the
patient to suppose he has some affec
tion of the kidneys or neighboring or
gans. At times, symptoms of indiges
tion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
of the stomach, etc. A moisture like
perspiration, producing a very dis
agreeable itching, alter "getting warm,
is a common attendant. Blind, Bleed
ing and Itching Piles yield at once to
the application of Dr.. Bosankos Pile
Remedy, which acts directly upon the
parts affected, absorbing the Tumors,
allaying the intense itching, and effect
ing "a permanent cure. Price 50 cents.
Address the Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co.,
Piqua, 0. Sold by Dr. ,T. G. Wanna
Cure for Sick Headache.
For proof that Dr.Gunn's Liver Pills
cures Sick Headache, ask vour Drug
gist for a free trial package". Only one
for a dose. Regular size boxes,25 cents.
Sold by Dr. J. G. Wannaruaker.
l^OR THE CONVENIANCE OF
J- Farmers and Mill Men, we have open
ed a REPAIR AND SUPPLY SHOP on
Mr. H. Riggs' corner, and will be prepared
to do all necessary ENGINES AND, GIN
REPAIRING with promptness, guarantee
ing satisfaction in every instance.
In connection with our Shop we are
Ageuts for the sale of The Talbott Engine,
Saw and Grist Mills. Also the best Cotton
Gins, Condencers and Self Feeders. The
Handcock Inspirator, K?rting Universal
Injector, the best Boiler feed in the market,
Vanduzen Jet Pump, for lifting water
out of wells of any depth.
We will keep on hand a full line of
BRASS FITTINGS. STEAM AND WA
TER GUAGES. STEAM AND GAS
PIPING, ELBOWS. NIPPLES, &c.
PACKING. LUBRICATING AND CY
LINDER OILS, and in fact everything to
fit up your Machinery. Orders for Pul
leys and Shafting filled at lowest prices.
We would respectfully solicit the patronage
of the people of Orangeburg and surround
POOSEB, McKEWN & CO.
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, WAG
Having bought the right for Orangeburg
County in the Celebrated Nun & Epps
Patent Non Washer Axle Nut, 1
am prepared to put them on
axles at 81 per set. The use
of this Nut does away
with leather wash
Vehichles of every description repaired and
repainted on the shortest notice. All
kinds of Blacksmith Work and
Horseshoeing done promptly.
My Plaining and Moulding Machine Is stiL
Ui operation and I am prepared to fur
nish Moulding or Plain Lumber on
the most Liberal Cash Terms.
My Grist Mill runs every Saturday.
Wesleyan Female Institute)
OPENS SEPTEMBER 22d, 1880.
One of the first schools for young
Ladies in the Union. All Departments
thorough. Buildings elegant. Steam heat.
Gas light. Situation beautiful. Climate
splendid. Pupils from nineteen States.
AH important advantages in one greatly
reduced charge. Board, Washing,? Lights,
Engiish, Latin, French, German, Music,
for Scholastic year, from Septemberto June.
3260, No Extras. For Catalogue, write to
REV. WM. A. HARRIS, D. D., President
July 8-3mo. Staunton, Virginia.
PLYMOUTH ROCK COCKERELS
PRIZE WINNING STOCK.
RARE CHANCE TO GET A
fine Bird. Price, only ?1.25 in high
Cage, delivered at Ejmress office. Send at
once, only a few to spire. Address,
R. E. CLARK,
July l-3t Fort Motte, S. C.
The Smmyside Cemetery Com.
OFFER FOR A LIMITED TIME
burial lots in the ir Cemetery for ?25 a
lot. Size of lots 20>:20. Plat of ground
can be seen at the Countv Treasurer's ollice.
J. S. ALBERGOTT1,
_F. S. Dnwii.K, Secretary. ^dijdy_S-o
4 LL PERSONS II 0 L I) I N G
1 \- claims against the estate of V. S.
UUTTO, deceased, will present the same
properly attested, and those indebted to
said estate will malic payment <*n or before
January 1, 1SS7, to the undersigned.
?T. F. UUTTO,
July s-at._ Executor.
Notice ?1" Dismissal.
rpiIHlTY. DAYS AFTER DATE. I
1 will (lie my final account with the
Judge of Probate for Orangchurg County
as Administrator of the Estate of U. N. P.
Sandle, deceased, and ask for letters of
Dismissal. W. S. BARTON, .
July 8- Qualified Administrator.
I T AYING RESUMED THE TAN
J-J. uing Business near Orangeburg I am
now prepared to Tan and Dress all kinds
of Hides on halves. In front of Dr. Mur
ray's Residence'. WM. BRUSNER.
March 18_ _.
A Rents W:i n !<?<!.
TPRAVELING AGENTS WANTED
I to sell the NEW IMPROVED SIN
GER SEWING MACHINE.
D. S. LAMBERT, Manager.
July s-2t. Rox 2V:> Columbia, S. C.
ONE BUILDING LOT ON
Amelia Street, Orangeburg, S. C.
Apply to MRS. T. W. ALBERGOTT1.
July 15-2t_Russell Street.
rpilE HOUSE ON RUSSELL
I Street lately occupied by Mr. T. 0.
Smith. Applv to
July j5-_ _ B. FRANK SLATER.
n. II. mos-. C. O. DANTZLEB
OSS i\ DANTZLER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ORAKOEBUBG, S. C.