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The Orailixolnivir Times
X, O C A X,
Arrangement with the New? oh-I
Qouricr is working charmingly. By
it two paper, the Weekly Kt-nwaml the
Timj 8 is obtained tor the incredibly
small sum ol $"2 50, and the subscrib
er gets us much rending ifs be can
digest the whole week.
Will be held morning und evening
on Sunday in the Baptist Church by
Rev. W. A. Therrel. the new pastor.
The EdlMlo Rifiea
Will parade on our streets in their I
new uniform on Mondti) afternoon !
and will be inspected, we understand,
by Gen. I/.lnr and staff. The occa
fiion, wo think will be an attractive
Serious IS'^m'ss ?
We regret lb 'earn that Mr. A. L.
Moorer has receive.I a dispatch bear
ing the unwelcome news that his wile
is lying dangerously ill in Georgia,
where t-be had recently gone Lo spend
a short time.
On the 11 th January, 1880, a( the
resilience of Mr. C. C. Oehivls, 1>\
"Rev. \V. I?. Tarer, Mr. Win F.
Wielaud, of Linie Kuck, Ark., to
Mrs. R. Ilornick, <>!' Orangehurg
County, S. C. No cards
Rev. J. tf. A. Browne will deliver
h lecture at the rooms of the Voting j
Men's \ hrislian A sociatio i on ne\t
Tuesday Week. This will hi the f.r
of a scries 61 monthly lectures under
the auspices of the Association this
False Alarm ?
On Monday uflerhnoti, ahmt six
o'clock, an alarm of lire was souu 'od
and the engines rustic! out. it
proved, however, to be nothing bui
th'i burning out <d' a chimney ??
(small house mar the jail,uccuph I by
Of F. L. Stauten, recently ol
Orangeburg, are am it to be com
piled ami published by T. W Ri,r|<.
of Charleston. Voahg Htutii m ??;> ?
joys a justly deserve I rep itati in ?. a
poet, and we wish su :cess i i ..ie c > u
A Model HI inter 4 Uitr:>
We don't mean "vJrv.i I ither s
Churn," but 1 Iatterli.it I's patent,
which attracted so much attenli m at
the recent Charleston Fair. U can
he:'seen at I'ihe'a store, and wi ! repay
examination bv all interested.
On a fox hunt, on M >.i lay of I is.
week, Mr. J. I*. Bell was thiown
by his horso against i tr ??? au I th u
collision caused the dislocation <>. :> f
shoulder blade. I.V. Sal ley \v;i
called and set the parts, ai d he is
now doing: well.
The public spirited young iiiCii be
longing to the FJiiolt Fire Company,
who are ever looki ig to the improve
ntent of the Fire Department, have
purchased from Charleston a gong,
which they have had attached lo
their truck at Doyle's workshop.
Those i*els --
Mr. Richard Bo/.ard caught an
old alligator and seventeen y? ting
otK'S on Wednesday evening, on tlol.
Folder's place, below Uiangebur_,
and turned over the whole family to
Mr. (Jus Briggninn, who is very tomi
of pets, having already a ] < ?; deer.
Some 1Yil<2 IKoys
C)n Thursday night of las; wee*
as a practical jolce, [Milled some posts
out of the newly dug Indes along the
iront of1the Oliverof Iii i lius-ell
Street aud Mvid them ticros* the pave
ment as a surprise lor passers by
We 'have heard, however, of no one
being 'h urt.
The Hero ol" .Viiipu a,
Fro lessor Frank Siook v. enter
tained the people <d* Orang ibur?* on
Monday and Tuesday a: tern an* with
sonic of his wonderful louts on tlin
rope. He walksd the entire length
of tho rope, stretched from the top
of the Court House to the top of .?.
Ijoims'stove, two of the highest points
in the town, and performed upon n
all kinds of gymnastics, such as
jumping, turning somersaults, 'Listing
himself into the a;r, and many other
miraculous feats, lie attracted a
largo crowd of curious spectators
each afternoon, and carried out his
The A very WaRb'rts
j Offered forsalo by O. II. CornoL
son, of which we spoke in our lust,
have arrivo.l. We call nttention to
the change in Mr. ( oruelson's udver
liscment in to-day's issue. These
wagons are of a superior mate, and
have a high reputation.
A Specimen oi* Mule
Was exhibited on ltus*cll Straat on
Saturday afternoon to the intense
amusement of citizens and small h >ys.
The incorrigible asiuiuo rc.fuifcd to
yield lo all ellb'rls either of persua
sion or compulsion, an I obstinately
laid down while harn w. I to thj
wagon rather than budg-j a peg.
A Well inviiiK ?
On la-1 Friday, while two u tgrncs
were engaged in deepening a well for
Mr Phillip tiich, at St. Matthews, the
well cave 1 in and buria l them for
about twenty min ites, wiion asds
tance came and they were rc-euo I
The well was about forty levl deep?
about I? feet of sand caved in over
A B-'s??- Svft ool ?
Wc an- glad to hear that Si
Matthews Acad my, under Professor
no hiway, is in a most (louriahiug
comliti ?>. Professor !!? libway is tin
carnc t leach and .?< tied > > his
profession, widen is tlsu secret nf Ins
.-ucc ?. Piie people ol Middle Sti
Mattlicws arc foriunaic i:i Idling him
lit ;!.<? way id' advertising is.x
hihitcd tiii.- week in our town by ihe
agents ol Or. Flnggs' Liver lad.
riiey iidvftlise ilicir goods from *
stand erected in front id' t i 1 - - Lour:
Mouse hy phiy 'og, singing and talk
ii g. Tho playrYig and singing lakes
w <?!!, ?? ii" the general novelty attrac's
a ciowd ar nnd them all i.ho lime,
n 1 rror
Was couiniitl-.i I !),? i? i.i av;:n
thai lire lot ; I - i..i ? -it v :'. pi; .? nr.* d ??
u.ifi^t lor I he bouciit of the P.i.-b.to
i ia i I itii VMtS! pres. died by .1 e hat les
i ii mi.h.i it i. w.h a present fro n
a New ^ in U iucivhnii , a whole s > lie I
a :> I ; ildie <p:i die I i^ortH jn en,a i I is
it not If! r < vi led "o of g >?< i will i'ro n
abroad. Wo la?e pleasure in ma -
ing the correction.
S?ep:tir Y<niis* <?s?:*
?~-<.e adverlis uieiit <?i O M. ."done
??V C o., in another column, olfmi ig lo
repair gins at to M i ? i y.;. Oid v\ or Its
at Auvusta,Ua. It much tl>e bc-.t
ami cheapest to have your work
thine by expetiehced work tuen and
thorough mechanics. Your gin * wil I
coiilu hack to you as good us new
1 Wc direct Ihe attvtttiou oi farmers to
the subji at.
5. O. O.
The lollowins of lice rs w? re in
.-t ilied in Ldislo L ilge, No. ?S. I. O.
i). I'., at their uncling on Friday
.?oglit last to serve lor ihe cu-.iun e
lei in : I
.] uliiis M \ er.-, N. (i.
?loseph Lros, V. Li.
A. U.Chninpy, I'reasurer.
.1. A. W idiu**f, () <..
Fiauk 1 )c -ai-, Si crelary.
J, U. Hoover, . t J.
A (aCHCl'OUM eooiht'i' -
"l^iic iplctni ?" WilU's: A inn.
way id .- ; < iidinjj ( hrhditias ii it'll uiie'
hi mil l was given in d.-.\ on ihe as.su
rai.c.i "1 :'. Well known i: >>. /.? i ol
Pro vitlt/vee 1 ? >.? n ? 11. j.. Casar I'rown,
a small, I..lit comp lexton ? l ucirrn,
having liten on a visit i ? hi- bri t ici
ai the plantation nl VViidc Kvau
Ksij . I.'t about thiee dtiys tillci
t h red mas, taking with bun .~'i-n
Mdoier, cohocd, ilio wiii i>; his Inn
tlici*. l;e-ai meant iti i- Ijeutd'oiis,
as he ..1' hthtml loin Ii..-. o.iii w.l. ?
and ii child i?; two years. c lius.
j.??in In lb"!.' i-iauds.
B'lae ?itu<l:i3 Melton) AOcctinK
A i the Presbyterian (milrc'i o
t*juinlay nflornoou wa* b, a very
plcasanl ediiiracicr. Tho ?? t uchisiug
til' the pupil- of the school by tlm;i
Superintendent, .Mr. .!. A. Hamilton,
whs thorough, ail ndhiClul great
credil tiiike up'r'.n tea dnovs , superin
tenth ni -M il pupils. 'I he answers ol
the lit lie ones were as prompt and
perfect as wxj have ever known mi
such an occasion. Mr. Hamilton
exhibits an otiruc.-incss ami interest
in Iiis work which we con mend In nil
en gaged in the Sunday school oiiir.'n
L? v. o A. Daii.y. of the Mctho
tlist Church, heiug called upon hv
the Superintendent, emurtaimitl the
children in a talk on "Little Tithes,"
which was rcplc'o with sound and
wholesome advice. Tho music by
tho choir and children was a most
pleasing feature of the occasion.
n ? 3?.. .. -- - -'J"
"Pnysan," in his "forked flashes'' j
in to-day'a issue, lo which wo call
the attention of our readers, makes a
lively "Hash" at the editorial "we,''
but the prospective approach of that
burly "sou of Erin" constrains us to
be careful how we ''flush" back. We
will 'further say to friend "Paysan,"
if he keeps his promise, and continues
to livens more such lively "Hashes"
for our readers, he they "forked" or
Stl night out, he will never have
occash n to use his pugilistic Iricud
Has, at last, re; in, after months of
unusual mildness. Ot*urcuul< and
moils have beeil lushionable and ?Com
tollable Sjinc'c Wedne-d.iv morning.
Hut still t! ere is no rain. Wbat wi li
be the effect of this it i.-> hard to say.
Tin' fail of 'water being generally
equal, or nearly so, every yt ar, i;
. t mis to reason t'nat we will now
baVe this uniformity disturbe I, and
the rain may com?* ton much it a
time. S ill a drought in the wi.it r
i:j less injurious than one in tho
summer,an i, ii the dry spell saves us
fiom the nsu'?l .-unnner drought, it
may be best lor us.
A 11 a ii dsn hi v 8>j Vfc?l0.il<I~
The La.igley Manufacturing Com
panv !.as declared a semi annual div
idcllil of six dollars per share, pay
able to stockholders >r. the l?th inst.
This information should certainly af
Surd practical encouragement iWr the
d< vtdi?piuc..t of the no. lethvl resources
o! ()i angebtirg, ami inspire ihn com
miltee who nr entrusted to examine
into he practical) lity of establi.-hing
a vai n factory in our couhty. Orange
biir^ is admitted to be one of Hie best
countie^ in the State, ami yet we have
no factory. Wu Want more enter
prise an i j ubiie spiill in line dil'cO
The enlarged advertise mint of
Mr. 1* G. Cannon in lo day's is-uie is
i roof positive i>t the enlir/eui ml of
his business lie lots learned tin1
merit of printer's ink, and as his
business prospers he (h"< more ink,
or riVe? ciuui, as'he uses printer's ink
i.is busiues prngp* is. 1 here's magic
in its touch. Mr Cannon keeps in
his store even thing in the hardware
and cutlery line t i suits the wants of
the people. And his pis-lob, guns
and tin munition are alwi ysof t! c best
and most reliable quality. Hero, too,
you can have your lire arms and
every ?hing else in his line repaired
ami in.tile new. Call on hilll.
A week seldom pr.sses but what
we have sunn- name to add lo the
death list. At this tint - ive are pain
ed to chronicle the demise oi the
!)lh in t., on Ibtli S.vamp, of Mr*. J,
>S. Livings.; n, daugbiur of Mr. .J. A.
NNolfc. he was lor many years a
la it Ida I member of the Moihodist
t liurch, and was years of age at
the time ?.: be. death. She leaves a
husband and lour children, besides a
largo circle ol friends to in >urn her
i>u; with then .she i aves the
precious legacy of r. eouvisteul Chris
nan itc as tticir must comforting so*
Wo regret to leani thai uir f' Unw
eit /. u. Mi. A iC Liwiu, ha* ju.-t re
eeived ;:.?? sad fctclliguooc of tin
death iif los li'tlo Ii v. wtlo was :iL
lending "ehool in M .\ \iik, where
ic gave eviiirul .sign i d p! ? in.-.'. We
? ifiOjdy >ympa /.. with the father
> h ha ? !? ten - ? ely a.11 cted. but
vvc point to tii ' coiisola.'.on that lbe
oved one is "ii y removed to a better
i \vv ,il Si. .VIull)it?u ?
A l halt' pasl two o'ci > -k on Mou
day morning the '? v thitnots of St.
Mat thews wete aroase I by i e cry of
lire; ihtt Me broke i.ti! in the st ire
.?ii I tail road A vi iiu ?, lii-i propertv ol
Mr. W.U. 11.>.v., which was . ecu
pie i I y .Mr. .Siou leineyer an ! a col
ored tailor uAmed ,|.,e ('bapui.ui.
I he lire oiigiliatcd in Chs mum's
-ide, ami the cause is a- eel un
known. Mr. Stolid n.n ryer i- ab
i em, u ml ha i been f >r t w i d ?. . 1.
seem; lh*l Chapman was ininxh-Aied
and the lire originated from the stove
which he had in the shop, Others
seem to think that the storj w.h lint
robbe i :tu I i lien .-i I on Iiie. M r
Stouden 0 el' i.a I ahn i! ^ i I ) w m th
o: mere Mi Ii.??1, ele , in hi ? si i.\ and
o i n'cc itint ol tie inteiisii lo- u a ;i 1
the rnphi binning of iht' building
nothing was saved.
The store was valued n| ?700; no
itnurancc. Other houses near by were,
in great danger, but eery thing being
o moist, through the strenuous effort
-. ?:-?? .. _ _-?;??;?- ?:-z?
of the citizens, both white nnd color- '
cd, tho adjoining buddings were
saved. Joe Chapman was arrested at
once, and will be held lor a prelimi
We sympathize with .Mr. Mention
ami Mr. Stoudebmuyer in tacir Iosj,
and hope, that if the idiair was one of
incendiarism that the guilty party
will he i unished.
- MJ- ? -cm .
I>r. BTafcN* IjiVi'V* aiii?l Ntioittatttli
Cures l)vs?ri:r?iA, Rhkiim ctism.
Indiukstion, Kidney Complaint, a
certain vttK- for Chills mi l Fever.
In fact all ailments originating from
a UlSivVSKD Stomach an 1 i'orpid
Liver. No BsMiggiiig Ihe Sj'Strui !
No intci i al medicines riNpiirod lo be
lakeii u- insure a speed) cu:u. Fe
male, Weaknesses ol av' kimls in.me
diately acted up >n by thy use of D
I* i acgs' Livkk and Stomach Pai>.
Ask th m> that are now wearing the
Lail what il is ?Iciiig 1 >r ihetil. The
Agent will .-lay in Orangoburg for
another w/ck. Call and s ? : him a;
Mcroiiey'i Hotel. Coxsultatii) n
ai.d AlJVICK I'KIClv. N ) I'Uilli No
tPr. I'iuggVs I'.m'i i; ?.L>i. 11: c
. oNM.Ul'l'l. AJtSOItl'l'IVK i l iMIAT.
i oiuc with your aches und p 11 : ? on I
rcccivi imiuedi ate relief. Do not put
a idl*. LisL-a^c is not wati.iu', but
surely makrng inroads into y on sy I'
ll in, therefore act upon il at on :o an i
return to Positive and Per in tin nl
Health by w taring Dr. Flagg"?
Latent Liver and Stomach Pad.'and
always lave a h? tile of Di Flagg's
Pain lialm in the hnn?? n i l you'll
have no Doctors to sen, au i u ? D.'.tg
lo put iu your Stomach.
ETi?'ro Viu a '? i;;!:! !J<>:k?
I erioruuiiicc in this place on Mon
tlay boo, which nttr* el cd wide ntten
lion, out there were many who wei
htaid lo say : "lMiaw! Kprijuhn's
stoic and tiuclions heftl that all lo
pieces!" And }o it is. The former
took tno'ucv from the people, whereas i
the Lit lei puts peace an I i-otiien'm ml
in their hou&ch Ids from year y -ar. j
The lormcr was iti.ieraul ; the I uti r
is a I cm am ncy, ami wiinoVd v.h'.ch
ibis county would become a waste,
a howl.ng wilderness to the hundreds
oi tl.e i? oi dwelling upon its fertile
bosom. Then barken, ><? unto u- j
llcrealtcr save vour money and simml
it at Korijohu's. Make your wifu
happy by going then-; make \oftr
little hoy dance lor very joy by visit
ing I here ; make your silveivv icctl
liltie girl sing a SolHj as swe< t as that |
ol ihe i ighl ingnle's by locking into j
Kor I. John's kindly tountcnance. in!
one word, make your whole home an
earthly paiadiso by throwing your i
dimes ? n his counter, ami carrying
away in exchange therefor thrice,
i In ii- value's worth. Once again, wc
say, ? nlI on Forijohn.
Judge Prossley vecnuvchel ihe
Court < i Common Plea- !?>r this i
county on Monday moining last, ::n I
a very good da; 's work was accom
plished. The lollowiug cut es Wert?
dispn ed of:
AWrtd i: Tabcr vs. Henry Me
Phflsou. W. .1 Ticville for ihn
plaint i: D A. St raker for the de
fence. This wv- a -nit en an a co int,
and'ihe jury were iri?*'.rueted by the
Court ?" bring in '.\ verdict fur the
plaint.il' for :"_':>!.?l), the defendant
having failed t i iile bill of particu
lars ui ;.i V mnter claim m demand
in ;.i i iii 'anee w ilh u .v
l>. R. Oiililaiid, assignee of W. C.
Courtney ivl Co., Vs. .James I). Tieze
vant. Suit oti a 'note. Malcolm I.
I'liowii'mg for the plaintiif, A'. J. ?>??
Trev'tlh'. for the dsfouei. Verdict fir
. I tiiititr for giiO.Ol?.
Ma. ;ii i A. Ultimo vs. !?. A d. For
rest. Suii on ?? u ift"*. Kh w t ?ti v'c
Laihrop I'm th- plaintiif, D. A Stra
k i !. i' the drd'ene*. Verdict for
plaiuli'l for ?!?D J1.
D. D. A alley v.-. A iidrew Meyers
and Margaret S. Meyers. Sun on u
note given hy tlie defendants for the
payment.VSf two niulrs, van.mo d hy
do- plaintiif to ho sortnd. Tlie ?!.
lemlants refused lopay ihe not-* when
due oo id* ground thai one of iln
mules had proved no- ?an I, ami had
? lied within two months alter the
purchtt*tV. Mr. W..L DoPrevi lo up
pea rod for the plaintiff, ant Gen. .1.
F. l/.lar represented ihu defendants
i The jury found u verdict of i \<rl for
The case of W. P. Dukes vs. Colson
W hebst one and Rives lor a pieco of
I land in Rnwcsvilie. Verdict for de
fendants. Appeal is made to the Su
In tho case of Paul S. Felder vs.
James Duhrs, the verdict was fur
plaintiff for S i t:'.
In the ease of D. II. Hut Ion vs.
Andrew K. Phillips, th" verdict w.ts |
lor plaintiff for ;>'>4.? I.
'I ii -case of j. H. Livingston vs. II.
15. ICxum, J. T. Phillips, and Morgan
A. I'avis, for trespass, is now on trial.
Complaint dismissed ih to Davis.
Con gre-iouujiu O'Connor
Has the than Us of the "J t us for
conti unco! favors in furnidiing us
Cougiessiomil lloeords ami other
< >;' bursts an 1 nudes just in at t!ie
Stahles of Mr. .1. W. II. Duke?. .Jr.
'2000 pounds loader, for which >l
p> r hundred will he paid hy IV'm. M .
Will tell you what he knows ah ?iit
the merit of Shrin ir's In linn ver tVi
fu jrc ; he popular re medy.
Know the i?ro!icno*.s ?l itis*'etvtti
deposit i!i.? ii- in decayed frit t.
What creates worms in the human ;
body ? Think of tiii- ami give ;
Sh liner's Indian vcrinifug-j:oeou>idh- j
ally your c iiihlreri.
Kirntion Hi?sto Stilles
Atletal tie- regular parade >1" your
c< ii | any < n M< nday afternuon, dan.
I?, lS80j al half past :', o'clock in full
uniform. I'.y order of th ? Captain.
J. M. Diiuxaos, O. S.
K5oI? e :tn<3 H.i:? ?> m-.> .'*3<>:??.,.
Hut hang your crutches on the old
oaken peg, a hi I sei/.d the first oppor
i unity t? ho permanently cured,
IHiiiih.at'siu, Contract! ' Muscies,
Still Joints. Fii stial Ifeeti II.-a la cite
I-n cache, Pain in Breast, Side and
Back will yield to that pawirlul
remedy, known ih Cousseu i L jjat
iiing Liniment, which ii good for man
and honst. Price 50 e'.s. a b it t ie.
For saiu liv I).-. .1. tWann a maker
Marinet B.op orts.
Corrected every week by Messrs. liui.t.
fs; in vv, January 10, '. S SO.
Low Middlings. 11 ]',< \2
tbdinary.10] i 11
< '<>rn.j 73
Ni w * 'urn.
fodder, |ii r loo 1!?. 7
Ki.iigli Kh-e.* 1 t'O
BE, Co BjlcL?JfE'S
Celebrated A met a ari
SYMPTOMS of WORM 5.
rfll IK countenance is p; lo and lea I rn
eclorcdi with (icc:i.s'k>iial flushes, or
a circumscribed spot on ?de or both
cheeks; the eyes become dull; the pu
pils dilate; an azure r.eroi i'ri Ic rims
along this tower eve ltd ; t'..- no c is ir
ritated, swel'-', aitd someiinies bl;eds;
a swelling of the upper lip; occasii jval
headache, with humming <>:? throbbing
?f the cars; an unusual so< rction of
saliva; r.limy or furred lohgue; lir.ehth
very foul, p.uti. ii'.uly in the mornihg;
appetite variable, soiiietinfc.s \ < >ra< : his,
with a gnawing sensation of the stom
ach, at other:, entirely : "v : fleeting
pains in the stotuachi; occasional
naitsca and vomiting; violent pa tri if
throughout the ribdoiueri: bowels ir
regular, at tunes costive; stools sihnvj
hot lihiVeqtititv.Iv tinged with !!.>!.
belly swollen and hard.; itrihej titrbid:
respiration Oci abibhnlly dilVu ttit, and
accompanied by hiccough; comrh
sc oik limes dry .i.nd . i i.tviilsiv c ; uneasy;
and distttrbed sleep', with grinding'of
tb.e teeth ; 1 ein per! variable, but g?'ti'br
ally irritablcj &c;
' Wherever the ,-.hr,vc s> mptoir.s
aVC !>?.::. . to e'.is',
dm. Cj Mi LANii s vkumifijgI
will certainly effect a c.: .r.
If liotis Nivr i us : '.IN Mi !o t r.V
in any form; it is an iniiocerit prcp.ira
tioti, tiv! t\!/>,i/'/t' i f i.'i'ihg ; '.< su&ih'si
injury At ifie ;;.\ sf .'. .-.../ :./,::.'.
The genuine !>.?:. M< ! SN'i-'.'n Vi'tb
Mil t or. bears the sii \\alin es 'of (.'. Mi
Lank and Fi.i;mi.Ni; Ihn . on
dr. c. asci >\-:rrx
an- jint rerominviuled as a remedy * * i".?r
the ills that l!v>!i i ? heii !? .'" hat ia aft'c tiyr.
of the liver, and i:i I'ilioes (.'oinplaiiits,
I iyspensin and Siel. I len.hu he, or i?v.imm I
thai character, I hoy stand without a rival.
A G U f. and f KV IC \\.
No 1 ictter rnihhftlr can !?.?>. ,etl preparatory
to, or after lal.nr; t%n;h !:> ?.
As a bi in pic pilVgrttiy*.' they arc tincqiialcd.
nrAV.iiti: or i.uitatioas.
The geiiiiiint arc n t siigar coated.
Kacll l?o\ hsis a red ii a\ s. on the 1 ?. 1 with
the impression Du. M 1. .m '. I ivr.i: I'n.i.s
lvacli wrapper I i?ars the sijpiaturt . of (.'
No I.ANK am! I 11 m:n<. Hi;
t Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C.
I.ANK's LiVKK I'iii -. prepared by l'"iemhij
ttres., of i'illsbiirgh; Pa.i the market hcin;
full of imitations of the name Mr I .tine
spelled differently but same pronunciation.
You Might as well try to Pick
A quarrel with a graven image, or
<!<> any other impossible thing as try
to Bell any other preparation for
Piles, il Tablet's Buckeye Pile Oirtt
meut can be had. It is the only
remedy for Piles that will cure obitL
nate cases. Price 50 cts. For sale
by Dr. J. O. Waunatnakcr.
A (Tousc with 1 Rooms nnd Iknemeut
with I ii?- Place?" I'hwJKi with n largo Lot
07 It. Front by 5100 ft. deep; frontin* oa 3
streets: heal liy location. Tcrius on?y.
T. C. HUlWEbli, Auctioneer
MN'f ATM NOTICK!
All persons having chinas BcahiHt the
I'state of .lames D. Muck, a?jtcaxed, will
iend< r ihe same, duly uttCHtcd, to the Pro
bate Judge of Oraiigcburg County, and
those indebted will innke immediate pav
im in lo HA It NEY B. MACK,
j. ii J.lt (Qualified Executor.
1 ME .STATICOK SOUTH CAROLINA.
UY i ? C OLOVirit, I ?qlMKK, lMtOBATE JCDOS.
Whereas, George I'rt?vcr, durkofdiv
Common Pit-is, hath made
.-nil *?. me, to grunt him Letter* of
Administration of the K.?late and ulFecLs of
Kotierl I lutlihAn, deiHJtfn'd.
i Ii are tin refor< to eile and admonish
il'tl and rdtj^.thtr the kindred and Creditors
?..!' the caul Uoherl I I'nfftintn, late of
iJrangehiu'^ Comity, deceased, that thev bo
net appear, bemre nie, in the Court
i.f i'ro'.iate, lo be held at < Irangcburg, C. II.,
on Tib I'ebruury next, after publication
hereof, :'i 11 o'clock in the forenoon, t?
ihtov e.:c..-e. if tiny they have, why the said
\t!nihu-tr:itinn idtotihl not !>?? granted.
liivm under my Hand, this -Olli day of
! ?? m!i< : . i ii!.o ! lotuini 1S7U.
[.I. s. I C. p.. (IIA ?VKit.
Jud^e of Probate, Orangeburg County.
jan -i ik
I v. ill receive on or .before Satur
day, Nov. 2'dth, 1S70, one
q wiii also keep constant iy ou
R. band, tluriug theSeasuu, a wall Kolect
ud stock of lit) US HS und MULLS at
l'ii t< KS to -nil the time-.
'I hose needing STOCK' will do wtllto
MY ST A.?lVES
C ! N t I X X A TI 1*11 EATO S 8
and Ill.'CtCrl E3, a I way* on hand.
\ ?- Shrank Slater.
hov *-i 5ui
fere opening daily
J.:s' in beautiful CASHMERES
i in nlack and all the fashionable
. l ....
fallet las, Silks, Satins, Diagonals
in a!) shades.
Novelties in NECK W E A 11
hy (very Steamer
Tho LATEST STYLES and PAT
TERNS in all Goods.
; Von can secure more Elegance
and Excellence, and yet practica
j than ever before," '.\t
I Rcnutilul DRESS GOODS at 12}
in Linens and L ng ninth*, wo arc
our COSMOPOLITAN SIIlRTS^t
j at o d Low Pricts.
i ' I A )Ti 1 IXCi'
? hor Old ami lourig at the most rea
(WIM ?iH TS 1
I Carpets in Largo Variety at very
I Low Prices.
'* '< > .\ i iand take look at
! WILSON LI; 1ITNING
i The CHEAPEST and one of the
Pest Sewing Machine's in the Mar
' Til HO
Always oh le nd. Also Needle?,
At rich nichts^ Oils, Ac , at Factory
! MME DEMOREST'S Fali and Win
ler I t In.I n Patterns on hand and
in full variety.
1 invite nil to cidl an.I ? ? >? o?i.
my 1 \i1 e; i?: s ,' ? '
pint k j
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