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Tli?9 Ornngeburg Time?
L O C A. I,
We have bad quite a cold snap, j
A heavy lot of ahoea sent in to
Korijohu to fell at once.
The Saatee baa risen six feat, and
tobacco six eta. in a few days.
Go to Theodora Kohn's for a 8
button opera kid glove for 60 ccucs.
Wo regret to hear of Mr. Van Tae
eele continued illness.
Auolhcr consignment of buggy
whips, good and cheap, ?t KortjohuV
Genuine hand made ihoes just in
at J C Pike'8.
The Democratic Count} Co.ivnu
tion as-setnblea May 8th. See uotica.
J\ic nacs by tho bbl or lb cheaper j
than Charleston, at Kortjohii'a.
See notice of Photograph gallery
by C M Van Osadell in to day's issue
Twenty-five per cent paved by pur
chasing your goods from Korijohu.
We regret to learn of the severe
illness of the wife of Dr. Bowman, of
Howes \ ille.
The desci iplion of the Charades at
Fuldervillc came too late for this
issue, but will appear in our next..
Call at Theodore Kohn's for Mine.
Demorest's catalogue of spriug and
A decline in htaxy groceries has
taken place ami Korijohu is the first
to give bis customers the benefit of it.
A colored child was very severely
burned on Mr. Frank Zeigler's place,
on the Five Notch road, on Friday
The boia puxz'e of 15 and a box of
collars for 25 cts. at Theodore Kohn's
fashionable dry goods emporium.
Tilmaa K. Gnines, editor of the
Slate Builder, and Prof. Jones, of the
Columbia Female College were in
our town duriog the week.
The ladies of the -Mission Society
of the Baptist Church are requested
to meet punctually at 5 o'c'ock next
Wednesday afternoon, at the church.
Full stoi k of notions, dry go ?da,
flhoev, hats, shirts, drawers, dec, at
aucliou Saturday awd Monday i*i
We regret to hear that Dr. Elliott
has been confined to hi* room for
some time iu consequence of feeble
health. We hope, as the spring ad
vances, he may improve.
Genuine Alexander 2 button kids
undressed, for 75 cents at Theodore
are glad to note that steps are
being tnkm to insure the safety of
the oteoplo of the Baptist Church
which has been leported aa needing
Toon talk baking powder is' the
purest, healthiest, strongest and best
in the world, the bist quality in cans
to be had only at the agent's Korl
Rev. Peter Gowail, of the Presby
terian Church is making a stay in
?ur town in consequence of the ill
nets of his mother. Ho preached a
very impres-ive sermon ou last Sun
During the trial of the steamer ou
Wednesday afternoon, a little colored
boy was knocked down by a buggy
near Louis' corner, and cut in the
head rather severely, although not
lSew st) le dress buttons, new sbn !es
in ribbons, lovely brocades suitable
for trimmings, at Theodore Kohn's
F. D. G. E.
Physicians recommend Shriner's
Indian vermifuge in their practice as
a superior articlo for destroying and
expelling worms. Only 25 cts. a
The Young America Steam Fire
Engine Company invite the public
geneially, and the ladies most par
licu lailj, to attend the christening of
th?ir new pet ' Uncle Joe," ou Tues
day afternoon next at 3 o'clock.
Mr. Pcstcll, the new Railroad
Agent at our depot, is making a
favorable impression by hiscouiteous
and business like management. The
retention of Mr. Clnvlco P. Dnwson
aa assistant gives generaj satisfaction.
An extra convocation of Eureka
?Chapter No. 13 It. A. if. will be held
Friday evening, April 9th. 1880. 7
o'clock P. M? Important business to
ibe transacted. Council degret to be
j&A0, 8. Dibble, we understand, is
reroo&fttog and improving the Olive
roe' houjjfc, which he proposes to, make
his f*iiVMP ^residence. it ja ^ beauti
ful UtcAtUn and a worthy object of
Jif ; I?bbl4>>fxtii?a tail?.
Mr. A. H. Lewio, whose health
has been feeble for a long tim?\ has
concluded to suspend business for a
?hort timn and spend the summer
Worth. Wo hope the change may be
beneficial, and that he ma? return in
tbe fall fully restored.
dee Dotice of meeting of Gongaree
Democratic Club ou the sccoud Sat
day in April. This Club has always
dune its duty, aud it* early meeting
shows that its members are wide
awake. We hope there will be a
full turn out.
Mr. Staley's residence, at Rowev
ville, wus totally destroyed by fire
on last Friday. It is rumored that
tlie fue was caused from the buruiog
of paper in ihe chimney by eh;Idi en.
There is no iutfU ranee, and iho loss
will be a heavy one to Mr Staley,
who has our heartfelt uytupathies.
We are pained to learn of the death
on !ast Sunday, of the wife of Mr.
Is. K. W. **istrunk after a lingering
illness, bhe was u iudy ol estiuiub-e
chribtinn character, and her los-, will
bo felt in the community. Our
hturlie!t sympathies are extend, d to
the bereaved husband au I family.
The residence Of Mrs. Dr Good
wyu, at Fort Motte, was totally de
stroyed by lire on Monday morning.
The w i d was very high end ? nly a
portion oi ihe furniture could be
rescued from the flu iocs. It is said
thai the fire was accidental. \Ve re
grot to hear of tho lo.ss.
We learn that \l?v. S. T. 11*11.um,
of our mutity, bus received an earn
est ilivilutiou in the pastorale of a
church in Virginia. We hojie, ior
the gimd of our Lu heran f neu da in
the county und community at large,
thut he will not be iiidut'td to leave
us. Vi * < an t spare nur good men
Ilev. J II iwk us will prote.li At
Mt. Lcbuuou Lu'.heran Church ou
Saturday and ?uuday. the lOih and
lllh ol April, being the second Sun
day in the mouth, at which time, ihe
h?dy c< mittUiiiou v. ill bo adinini.-tered
A cotdial iuvitulioii ia extended tti
tt e public Ly the pastor, Kt>?. ?. T.
Ou Moiiday ?veniug, about nine
o'clock, a ker-t.-cuw* >a:np in lr. Dj
Mm.-.' More, explode I, scattering the.
fruguieuts and ihe burning liird ull
? ?vcr the floor. Had it n i t> < u for
the promptness ol Mr. DeMttr* and
his ass slants m extinguishing he
flumes, a diMis iou*. c nilagrtttiou may
The D.me Iteadiug, Fair and Cou
c?rt in aid of the Airican Methodist
Episcopal Chu*ch. u notice of which
appeared in our lost issue, proved a
complete success, ltev. J. S. Lee,
the pa?lor, dtsires to return ttiuuks
for the liberal patronage extended by
the white aa well as the colored peo
ple. The performance* were credit a
blc to all engaged.
A party ol H.i ii'4:tri tu im migrain-i
consisting ol tour men a id one wnniaii
arrived here from New York ?a*t
week, in charge of Mr Theodore
Kuhn, who took them Iroiu ' a-tle
Guidon. We regret to hear, that Hot
having obtained the t-m| loy im-nt
they desired, they contemplate going
buck as fur as < harlestoii. Tuey are
able hoditd ami industrious people
and we hope they limy < ci get goinc
tiiing to do in Orangeburg, and he
come Contented and happy citizens.
Since writing the above, these im
migrants suddenly left in in seek
higher wages, and we soe by the Ncira
and Courier that they urc luketl up ill
Charleston as wattilorers.
The K.i st er pic nie season passed
off as pleasantly as usual. Gather
ings were had in various puns <>t our
county on Friday ami Sulurdiiy. At
Huydeu's mill, in the Fork, on Sat
urday, there was a very 'arge absein -
bin :<: of th'' people, and a pleasant
timo wag enjoyed The tubios weie
loaded with everything the county
could provide, und Citpt. Heyden, the
Committee uf Ariaugements ami the
citizens of the community dispensed
the most liberal hospitality. There
were ulso simitar gatheiingsat Mo'.-r
er's miil and Pine Grove, und from
those who were present we learn that
they passed of)' admirably, with ihe
only exception of a slight inte?for
encu from tho showers of rain which
came up about midday.
Charleston has just enjoyed her
Whale actuation, but Orangeburg cuti
MOW boast uf big fish too. On Tues
day evening & monstrous sturgeon
was brought iuto town, and exhibited
as the curiosity and wouder of tho
season. It measured 8 feet in length
and weighed 348 pound*. It was
caught in a skia not oaths Santw
fiwtr before day ob Tuesday morning I
by a parly consisting of W. M.
Stoudenmiro, H. J. Ross, J. W. Kel- I
ler, A. L. Walt, J. 0. Stoudenmire
and Ezekiel Hergius. In the boiato ;
rous demons! rations ef the monster,.
the latter was thrown overboard, but
escaped with no further damage than
a cold bath and a little scare. The
fish was taken to Orangeburg in a
wagou anil put upon exhibition. It
is said to he the largest sturgeou ever
captured in the waters of the Santee.
The oil is very valuable, aud we hope
it will be soni elhing of a compensa
tion for tht trouble of the en.erpria
We hear thut the name of Col. A.
D. Goudwyu is prominently spoken
d by b'u friends iu Richland and
Oraugehurg tor the office ot Adjutant |
and Inspector Geucial uf the Stute.
His record as a Confederate soldier
certainly entitles him to cousidcratioii,
und Or.iiigeburg deserves a place on
the Slate ticket, lie served during
the Whole war, a..d took part in the
battles of Manassas and Williams*
burg, and in tbe lights nr-uind llich
inoiid. in one of the latter ho was
severely w Minded, Iiis tasto lor
mi dl try life specially fits him for this
position, und be would certainly re
fleet credit up m bis .State.
We understand that. Mr. Jos. P.
Hurley bus been appointed by tbe
Fi?:? C mi:mission, r as a Fish Wurden
for Oraugeburg Coiiuiy, wh.ise iluty
will be to prevent any Violations of
tbe lisb laus. We therefore call the
attention of the readers of tu.; Timks
to these lows. From sun set ench
Thursday to sun rise each Tuesday
all lifts seines or any uth-r devioes
fur ct.il ecting lisb 'which obstruct any
stream, shuil be removed. Any one
violating this law, may be tine 1 820!)
At no time shall there bo any perm*
inut obstruction to any stream.
In reference to the gaaie laws, it is
unlawful, nccurdiug to tin act of tbe
Legislature in 1879, to worry or kill
tiny deer between the firot day of
March and tbe first day of September,
it will also be unlawful to kill any
wild turkey, patridge, dovu, wo?l
co? k or pheasant between the 15th
ol Match and the l?lh September.
.1 (?unuissiourr Hut ler is taking an
interest iu his duties, a.id if the b'.ws
are obeyed, good will result to :. e
'I he Slate Convention of the Y. M.
C. A. meets iu the Methodist Church
of our town this inoruiog. We trust
there will ben general turn mt of our
citizeua to greet these young men
and show the interest and sympathies
of the community iu their christiall
efforts. We arc unable to publish the
full programme, but the services will
be interesting ami vaiicd. The well
known chrisiiun worker mid singer
>.r. Waliuce ot Augusta, will be pre
sent, ami al;o ?evera: eminent div nes.
Religious exercises will i?o held every
day, commencing to day, morning
afternoon and night, until ihc closing
exercises Sunday night, l'he dele
gatcs are requested to use the Rooms
o: the Association at their pleasure.
Stationery and read 11 >j matter win
be at their disposul. The Rooan will
bo open the who u lime.
Ann ng I be prominent Association
men who have arrived aru lie v. I)r
Bracket of t 'barlest ?11, Mr. TiioiniH
K. Cree ?>i New York, traveling Sec
retary ot the International Y M >' A.,
Mr. K W Walkius Slate Secretary,
and Mr. John Wallace of Augusta, the
sweet sinirer, of en called lb j' Sankey
? ?l the South."
A vi-it to Fort Motte, on Sutur lay,
agreeably surprise I tis with the
grow th of this lit lie town. A fine
store lots t'con elected in th>i heart of
ibe (due l?\ T. K. Legare,Esq., who
is doing a lively husit ess. Neat cot
tagen have been built in hi^ht of the
depot on the crest of ttie surrounding
hill by Col. A. D. Goodwyn, Dr.
Jesse Gwodwyn and Mr. T. K. Legare,
The T own Council, looking to I ho
improvement of the place, have just
opened a streut ruuning from tin
Railroad, near Legare's store, a short
distance, and then turning at right
angles between El kins' aud Raul's
lots and connecting with tho Totncss
road. Dr. Charit:* R. Tabor, who
has been living at To tue?," has movod
within a mile of the town. Besides
these improvements in the town thi
value of the sitrroitudiiig red clay
lauds ia rapidly attracting t-ettler*
from a distance. Mr. Pcterkin, an
enterprising citizen of Marlboro, now
owns tho McCord place, and is mak
ing it blossom as the rosu. Mr. John
Harmon bat purchased BellaviUa
and in rapidly settling it up with
thrifty wh to men. and ma'ciiig great
i? ii jMovement s Among the m.v aet
tltrs in this vicinity from Brunei' viHe
and other parts of our county wo may
mention the names of A rant, Fairey,
Buzurl, O .t, Dautzler, Parier, Folkel
and Buir. The oat crop of Mr. llano
is said to bo ex.ruordinarily fine, aiUi
that of Mr, I'eterkiu. which exceeds
it in quantity, although not quite
equal in growth, is very fine These
lauds are not only the best iu the
county, but the best in the S:ate, and
afford a mist iu vitin; Ii d I for itn ni
giants. ire are glad tu note evident j
signs of prosperity.
The celebrated Medicated Toilet
Powders always mi baud, price 15
rents per box. For sulo by Dr. J.
Kcspectludy returns his thanks to
his many euat nners for their past
patronage, ami hopes to merit the
suine in the iuture by keeping con
stantly on hau I fresh meats id'every
kind at his old stun I. in rear of ?ho
Post office, during the present year.
No medicine has ever been discov
ered to prevent death. The hist that
can be done is to assist nature in
keepiug the fun. lions of the hodt in
u healthy condition during life. The
German (Uiumomilu Tonic is the
thing for all disorders of the Liver.
For sale only by Dr. J. Q W.in.ia
Loreuz'p Lilly of the lakes, Terainn
Lilac &c, the fin ?st perfumeries
ma le, they have gained their popu
larity from their exquisite aweeltiess
ami permanency of ordor, they only
need lo bo used to he admiicd. For
sale by Dr. J. G. Wunnamuker.
A perfect Hair dressing Cocno'i ne
for preserving and softening the hair
and promoting its growth. Highly
perfumed. The .bovc is the hext
?rlicle of this kind ever offered in
market. For sale by Dr. J. G.
Do y??u want heath? Why will
ye die.? Death, or what is worse, is
theinevit able result of continued sus
pension "f the menstrual tl ???. Il is
a condition which should m t be
trifled with. Immediate relief is the
only bafeguurd again*t coustt .tit tonal
ruin. Iu all cu-.es of suppression,
suspension or other irrvgulariiy of the
"courses," Brad field's female regula
tor is the ou'y sure remedy. Iis acts
by giving t-me to the ueivous centres,
iuipioviug the hluod and determining
directly to the nrguna of menstrua
lion It is a legitimate prescription,
and the moot intelligent physicians
use it. Prepare I by Dr. J. Drad
field, Atlanta, Ga. 8150 per bottle
Sold by Dr.s. A C Dukes und J G
?Notasuloa, Ai a., July 7, 1877.
Drudiicld's Female. Regulator has
been thorougnly tested by me in n
great vurh ly ?f cases, and 1 urn fully
convinced that it is unrivaled fur nil
thntchi.-a of diseases which ii claims
to cure. J C 11 USA, M 1).
mar 5 lm
1 ml it s and gtnts Ira' citing hand
mirrors, the clearest and best ever
j made. For sale by Dr. J. G. Wanna
D F Smoak & Co, who now occupy
the first rank among the merchants of
Oraiigeburg, liuve added lertilizers iu
their geueral merchandize. They
tue count iiin ly receiving hvidi lots ol
Hiuinouiuled bone fertilizers for our
farmers and deal only in sue Ii ma
nu res as improve th ? land. They
have also u fresh supply of spring
goods. Cull and examine.
Lnreuz's glycerine Pearl fnr .m
puriiug beauty and freshness to the
complexion and clearness and soft
ness to the skin. Try it ladies and
you will use no oilier. For sale by
Dr. J. G. Wanuatnuk,*r.
The Georgia Baby Bonds will b uj
neuralyine. Neurulgiue will cure
ncuru'giu ami headache. NVu a gia
and headache lead to disease?disease
to death. Morai .* Go 10 your drug
gist and gel a bottle of neuralgiue
and be telieved. Hunt. Rankin A
Lamur, wholesale itgttt's, Atlanta.
For sale by Drs. A C Dukes and J G
Waiui ur.uker. mar Ct lm
Do you care for your shoes ? If
so, go to Dr. J. 0. Waunamaker'a aud
procure a bottle of Wolffs Acme
Corrected every week by Messrs. Bult. |
Fbidat, April 2, 1880.
Ordinary. 11? HJ
New Corn .
Fodder, per 100 lhs. 1 00
Kuugb Rice.$ 1 35
On and aft< r lldl date (April 1st 1880)
1 will be in my etile in Engine Hull from
lU o'clock A. M , to 2 o'clock p. at., each day
for the purpose of collecting Tux an aud
(J. It. JONES, Clerk of Council.
npt^l l 2t
Pursuant loa rcfoiution passed at the last
meeting of Conga ree Democratic Club,
there wi I! ben in?eting of said Club, held at
the Congare* Killo Company's 1'arade
Grounds, on the second Saturday in April,
at o'clock P. M., for the purpose of re
organisation of >ui<t Club. A full attend*
aucc i? earnestly rvuuested
F M PnlCKET, President
K \j Akthimi. Secretaryprv (em.
"Man.h 24th 1 <3?.
Atlcnti'u Oittngc Lighl Dragoons!
You are hoi el y ordere?! io asseinh e n!
Company's reudezvntea at Orangehtirg, on
Saturday, April 17th IS 0, at Ioo'clock \.
M , sharp, fir drill, in full uniform. AH
meml ers who receive sabres or v ho know
where they can he found, are ordered l-t
bring or report them. In response to the
request ot our Solicitor Col. M. I. Brown
ing, lie Adhltant (Jenem! has sent on tbe
lirst instalment- of sabres a id belt*, which
will he delivered to tbe Company on that
day- A larj?e attendance: is e.truestlv
requested Itv Order of
N. N. HAY*. EN. Captain O. L. D.
Comp'ainls bavin? been made of- arfies
in the corporate limits violating Sec. 4 of
an Ordinance appertaining to Oow?, ilo^s,
ove.. Asc, ratified June 2) 137*. tiie saa o ?
putdi-hid for the information of al<
?Set. 4 That from and after the 20th day
of dune 1*7'2, that if the earcawof any dead
animal, of whatevi r class, be found within
the corporate limit-* of said lown - whether
the dead earcas-" is found on the premises of
?>wn*;r or not. they be required after nutifica
tinu from Couueil. to have the sai l de.vl
caican removed immediately l?cyond the
corj oral?- limits of nusd lown, and any viol:
lionoftltiBHeCtiou, shall subject theotfeud.r
tn fines oi not ic-.i than site ($1) d dlar, n >r
more than tweny |S'*X>) dollar-', or im
pri?inm?nt of not lc-s thnu one (1) day,
nor more than twenty (-01 days And any
person or persons, who ?h*ll move a desd
cares es ot any annual, And leive it within
ihe corporal* limit* of said town, shall be
subjected 'o a fmr of not le*s than one ($1)
dollar, or more than twenty ($-?') dollar-,
or imprisonment Inr not len-s than one (1)
da v. nor more than twenty (20) days.
Ity Older of Council.
C H JONES, Clerk
apr'l 2 2l
rrimi .ivi>: i) i/
Respectfully announces his arrival
from Now York, and ta'<es pleasure
iu calling the attention nf his friends
aud pattotis to oue of the
Ol Dress Ounds in nil the latest
Styles, all the new Shades and Colors
in Silks, Satin, Br- cade, Bunting)
Linen and Cotton tr.ou the Loons of
England, France, Germany, China
and America. Prices to suit every
body in want of a dress
''uras.nl.?-, Fans, Laces, Embroide
ries, Gloves. Ilandkorchie's, Corset--,
It ibboiis Trimmings without end
and pi ires all right
The httest Novel'ie? of the Reason
ill Ladies Neck Wear, Fl hu.*:, Ku-b
illgs, Collarettes, Neck lies, Jabots,
Bows, Lnee Scurfs, of which, all 1
a>k is f>r everybody to take a look
at, and make selections
A very nicely selected Figured
Muslins, Lawns, Piciiues, Calicos,
Percales and Cambrics
Immense line of White Goods ol
??v?ry itiiiuaginable description
Gents and Youths Clothing of the
La lot Styles
Of Ladies. Gents, Misses, Boys and
(. tiiblivu Str.iw Hats
Shirts, Neck Ties, Scarfs, Bows, Col
bus, Underwear, Suspeudcrd iu the
usual great vaiieiy
MMK DEMOREST'S RELIABLE
PATTERNS lor Spring and Sum
TIIE PR KMIUM
Macbinn Needles, Oil, Attachments,
always on hand
Goods shown with plensurn Give
mo i ca'l and I am sure you will all
he made to smile
Fashionable Dry Grids Enporium
PRESCRIPTION FREE I
rvtrtue sneetly Clint<ti Henilnil Weakness, Lost
Maninil.?.; sin! all dttoruem hroughl ou !>)' Inrllsv
creUon or caeca*. ny^Onig^al has the lusjjs^
COME AT LAST!
C. M. VAN OR8DEIX, Jr..
Photo nnd Artist.
IIa? opened a OaHery in front of Meron
pv'h Hotel, where tho public can have Pho
tograph* taken of first claiw and artistic
finiph. Nothing but firm class work donu
this Gallery. Call on Monday and exam*
hie Maoplei at Qallery. All wishing good
work done can bavu die chnnce without
having the expense of going to the City
fot the same. Call and see iu?. All vrotU.
caah when you fit.
C. M. VAN ORSDELL, Jn.
apl 2 tf
By 'P.C. Hubhell. Auctioneer.
By virtue of an order from the Probate
Court. I will red in front of Urnmzeburg
Court t'orse, on Monday, April 5, 1880. at
11J o'clock A. A/., the remaining personal
property and ebenes of the Estate of the
late Kddro J Olivcros. deceased, including
3 ?ltarcs of stock of the OrStijcburg Agri
cultural and Me.-b. Association.
e. hqh\ v. nunnELL,
I will ..ell At publics>il?e to the highest
bidder* for cash, on thu Gib day of April
next, at eleven o'clock A. M., at the resi
dence of .Mr. V.. N.Chi*olm, all tbe per
sonal property of lite Estate of Murray
Itobinxoii Kr\ ? onsisting of;
Cattle, 1 Morse. 1 .Mule, 1 Colt, Hogs.
Sheep. Cotton Cdn, Crif-t Mil', Farcing
Implements, Cotton Seed, Timber Cart,
VlitgoD?, Iron Sale, old Machinery, Z>illiard
Table, ?c. Purchasers to remove t;oods oti
d;iv of aale.
Sharif's Sales. ~~
By virtuo of Sundry F..Tecutiou* to me
directed. 1 will sell at Orangoburg Court
House, S.C.. oh the r>lh day of April. 1810.
the onnie being ihe lir-t Mond ?y in said
month, for ca-sh, to the highe?! bidder, all
the right, title and interest of the defend
ants in the following property, to wit :
All that tract cl land in tbe Fork of tk*
Ediptos, in Orangebnr>; County, containing
on? hundred and forty (140) acres, rnore or
less, and bounded North by lands ol Livid
Uriflitb, East by lands of Joseph Griffith,
South by lands of Henry Garick,and West
by lands of John Kennerly. Levied ou a*
the piopcrty ofj W Kenuerly, at the suit
J H. LIVINGSTON,
a. o. c.
8herifTa Office, Orangeburg County, i?. 0.
March 15ih 18S0.
mar 19 St
Notice i? hereby given thai the under
signed, with such persons an may be asso
ciated with them, will after the expiration
of thirty daya from the d ue thereof, under
the provision of the .?et of (Jeucral As
sembly of the Slate ofSouth Carolina, ap
proved February 20lli 1874, and ihe amend
ment thereof, entitled " \n Art to provide
for certain Charters," apply to QeorgJ Boli
vcr r.?q. Clerk of Court of Common Pleas
for Orangeburg County, to grant them x
Charter lor a " Corporation." to be located
in tbe Town of Change burg, 3. C, and to
be known as tho "farmer's Mutual Lid.
Win. K i/artoa, J II Felder,
\V F Kobinfou, F Ii Orain?ng,
Kirk Robinson, in'. Stokes,
W F Barton. A K Feldor,
F. W Brantley, Jus. M Mosa,
J J F?ir?y, T F Carton,
l'aul F Clanding, * W vV Culler,
Z E Gramling. W F Hadhty,
Juo J ?allev Jr., John ? ' llohntn,
W f M?ller,' II AiggH,
W A Sfaekay.
mar 1) 1 ra
W. F. Robinson,
Oritnirobnrtf, tt, C.
A TIME ICK ALL TllINCJS 1
TANDRETIPSS.EEDS have been on tho
j the Marketaines 17.vl.and *ti!l keep
the lend I have die LAUGEST quantity
and collect ion ever brought to Uraugcburg,
which I warrant to be fre?h.
Purchase vour SEEDS in time, and as I
Pens, "Beans arid Corn
by MEASURE it's to your adv~ntngo, and
on can get a look at the Seed before buy
ing. ALMANACS, with valuable informa
tion, free to customers.
I now acllingo.T my FALL STOCK of
At LOW RATES. Also will order Bing?,
Jewtlry, Silver aid PUted Vtarr below
Retail I'-icea, and attend to*Bcpairlng of
.dl kinds in my line.
\V. F. Robinson.
The undersigned respectfully informs tho
public that fdie ia ptcpaeed to do ail kinds
of Ladies and Gentlemen* Sewing. Patron
age solicited, and aatisfaciion guaranteed.
Drcaaea made in tbe latent Styles.
MISS E. E.STEKLE.
Over Store of P. 0. Cannon, and next door
lo Di. Dukes' Drug Store.
Orangeburg, S. C, March 23, IS80.
mar 26 tf
Notice of I )ismtHsion.
The undersigned will file hi* final ac
count, a* Trustee, under th*? will of .Murray
Robinson or., witb tbe Hon. Probate Judgo
of t'rangeburg County, on ibe 2f5th day of
April next, and ask for Letters of L>ia
March 26th 18S0.
mar 23 4?.
40 Head Horses
JCST AKIilVKI) AT
E. F. Slater's Stables
'Ihe above Stock is m Fl N Ii a?
e\er brought into this .State, and will
be sold at very reasonable priced.
The. public i> respectfully invited
to call aud examine the satno.
K. F. SLATRfc.