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Tlio OraTipjetatirg: Times
The cold Bunp we arc experiencing
is rather unusual for May.
We sec that Mr. Robert Copes has
been nominated for Clerk of Court
There ought to be a street lamp
put up near the Lutheran Church.
Won't Council think of the matter?
W. F. Robinson advertises a lot of
new goods in his line. Call and see
Farmers are earnestly requested to
exhibit samples of small grain at the
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The song of the candidates:
"Tickle me Johnnie; tickle me do
Tou tickle me, and I'll tickle vou."
The Southern baptist Convention
met in Louisville, Kentucky, on
Tuesday. South Carolina was ably
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Hon. Samuel Dibble went to New
York on Tuesday, but will return
next week in time for business in
('apt. F. M. Waiinainukcr was in
attendance upon Court. He was in
good spirits and seemingly enjoying
"Hourbon" Democracy won't do.
Democrats must sec to it that we
don't fall back into the old ante bel
liartjett's black ink, sohl by Dr.
S. A. Reeves, is of a superior quali
ty. Wo have tried it :rWtl we recom
mend it to the public.
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The Fanner's Aid Association re
ceived several additions to then
membership at the last meeting.
The people are beginning to appre
ciate a good insurance company.
See price list of M r. C. D. Kort
john in another column. Dick is
always ahead of the times in his
goods and prices. Lend and be con
"We call the attention of all persons
.attending upon Court to the private
boarding house of Mrs. Oakuian on
Amelia street, as a pleasant place to
stop. Cheap hoard and good fare
can be found here.
Attention Taxpayers?Notice is
hereby given, that the time for the
collection of town taxes without the
penalty is extended to the fifteenth
(1 nth) day of May instant.
('. IL Joxks, ( lerk.
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The attention of our readers is cal
led to the fact that Dr. A. < '. Duke':
soda font is in full blast. The repu
tation of this font is too wi ll known
in this County torus to attempt to
add any thing to its merits by our
pen. Try it.
An old colored woman was found
dead in her bed, on last Friday, on
the place of Mr. Frank Jennings of
the Fork. An inquest was held over
the body on Saturday, Dr. M. G.
Salley being called in to make the
medical examinat ion.
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We understand that our enterpris
ing young townsman, Mr. F. A.
Schitlley, intends conducting a mer
chandise business near the Railroad.
He is a thorough and active business
man, and we w ish him the success
he richly deserves in anything he
may undertake. *
We are glad to hear thai the St.
Matthews and ML Lebanon Luthe
ran Churches are in correspondence
with Rev. Mann, an aide divine of
Maryland, with the view of procur
ing his services as pastor of the two
churches. We hope their efforts may
be crowned with success.
On Tuesday, while Mr. Unland
Moorer, of St. Matthews, was testify
ing in the Court House, in n certain
ease, he fell in an insensible state,
and was taken from the stand in one
of the ante rooms, where, after re
ceiving medical attention, he was
soon revived, and continued in at
tendance upon his business.
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The Florid Fair takes place in the
Fair Building on the 14th. Let all
the ladies who have (lower gardens
take an interest in the mailer by
sending their choicest (lowers and
geraniums, and (hose who are not
blessed with llower gardens show
interest by their presence. \Ve say
not hing about I be men, for w here the
ladies go they are sure to follow.
There is nothing more ennobling
than Mowers and music, and both will
bo enjoyed next Friday.
Mrs. M. P. Phillips, ji sister of our
townsman, Mr, W. P. Spencer, who
emigrated from South Carolina to
Mexico about 11 years ago, returned
to her native State one week ago, and
is now enjoying a re-union with her
relations in Orangeburg. She brings
with her many interesting relies of
he? Mexican home.
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The names that we have so far
heard used as nominees for Count3'
oilices, are as follows: For Clerk?
J. F. Robiiisou, Capt. F. M. Wunua
maker, Robert Copes and Col. A. 1).
Fred rick. For Sherilf?lion. d. Wj.
Mosclcv. For Representative?Dr.
J. ('. Molimin. For Probate Judge?
IJ P. I/lar.
The Tie N ie of the Methodist Sun
day School will take place on Tues
day the 11th iust, and promises to
be an enjoyable aIIair.
The Committee of Arrangements
consists of 1??. II. Owens, L\ W. Hull,
S. K. Owens. \V. L. Hurley, L\ C.
Bruuson and Ceo. J. Dexter.
We hope the weather will be fav
orable, and that the little ones will
have a pleasant time.
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The Cram! duty of Ornngeburg
County has recommended the pass
age of a law by the Legislature pro
hibiting the carrying of concealed
weapons. It also recommends the
fixing <d" the retail liquor license at
$12(10. The Grand Jury is the true
representative of (he people, und the
custodian of their interests ami safe
ty. Recommendations therefore coin
ing from (his source have peculiar
weight, und cannot lie iirnored.
We were the happy recipient, Oil
Thursday before last, of one of the
most exquisite bouquets of the
choicest (lowers of the Fork; and
along with it, we also received :i most
imperative command not to let the
matter get info the papers; so we
s:ipp<?e now we are going to catch
it. Hut we can't help it. We can't
enjoy such attentions us (hose with
out giving some expression to our
high npprccint ion.
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Prof. William Hoffman, practical
piano niid organ maker, tuner and
repairer, representing the well known
piano house of Wiegaiid lb\?s., Au
gusta, (.in., is in our town tuning
pianos, and will remain with us seve
ral days. Me is represented by those
who know him to hen thorough work
man in this line, as the reputatiob of
the house for whic h he is traveling
abundantly testilies. Now is the
chance to tune up your pianos.
W. I). Thompson F.sq.. now has a
full supply of assorted merchandise
in his new store at the Railroad cor
ner, Mr. Moseley's old stand, and is
prepared (<> receive customers at all
times. With a fresh stock, low'prices,
courteous clerks, and :i thorough
knowledge of his business, he is
bound to give satisfaction. We would
advise nil who waul to spend their
money judiciously a ml advantageous
ly to give friend lli'rd ti call and 11 tri
al. Iiis advertisement will appear
next week. Hllcouragc enterprise.
A spirited game of base ball w.-is
played al Rowesvillc on last Friday
between the "Juniors" of our (own.
ami "Our Roys" of Rowesvillc, in
which the "Juniors" came oil' victo
rious, the score standing (?7 to II.
The Iiowesv ille hoys treated our Or
I angeburg hoys with the most gene
rous hospitality. A splendid sup
per was prepared which was richly
enjoyed by the two chilis nnd their
friends after the athletic exercises of
the ?luv were over. Our boys re
I turned home on the night train,
bringing their laurels with them.
j Another week brings another pang
I of sorrow to our hearts. This lime
it is our painful duty to record the
demise of W. A. d. Sistl'tlllk, :t most
worthy and useful citizen of Orange
lung. lie died on Monday at hi:
1101 ne in our (own in the ? 1st year of I
his age. lie was complaining but 11
few iluvs, so (lint (he intelligence will
j be 11 severe shock lo his many friends
throughout (he County. .Mr. Sis
trunk was an experienced and sue
eessful furnier, and eminently prueti
eal in all his dealings. As n man he
w.-is scrupulously honorable fyr which
j he was loved by good men; and us :i
I father and husband, he was kind and
I affectionate. His remains were ear
I ried to Ihe family hurrying ground
011 Hull Swamp, where thev were in
tenet I on Tuesday, the funeral ser
vices being performed by Rev. \V. (!.
Mack. He leaves a huge family and
many relatives and friends lo mourn
his loss, to whom we extend our deep
Dr. W. C. Wannamakcr, n son of
our much esteemed feHpw-citij.cn,
Capt. J. G. Wannamakcr has located
in <?ur town where he will hereafter
practice in his chosen profession.
Dr. Wannamakcr is a graduate of
thu Medical College of South Caro
liua, und has hud considerable expe
rience n* n practitioner in city hos
pitals. Resides his experience, nnd
the value of his services as n physi
cian, he is a most ngreeahle nnd nc1
complishcd gentleman, nnd wo wel
come him in our midst as :i citizen.
His olliee will ho found over Will
cock's store. Soo Iiis card.
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The Y. M. C. A. reading room. lo
cated just hack uf the Court House,
contains among other papers on its
111 es, the "News und Courier" (daily)
Ti.mks and "Democrat''; also books
and magazines, und tin- games of
chess and draughts. The room is
opened every evening during the
week,ami is free for the .use of nil.
Those uf our leaders in attendance
upon Court will find it a pleasant
place at which to spend their even
()u every Friday evening n young
men's prayer meeting is held, to
which the Association extends n cor
dial invitation to nil to attend.
The Crotch Pen Democratic Club
was organized by the election of the
following ollicers :
duo. N. Hook, President: W. F.
Ott. iindW. F. Hozznrd, Vice Presi
dents; A. 1>. Zeigler, Treasurer: and
.1. II. Riley, Secretary.
Delegates to the County Con von
tion are :
.Ina X. Hook. .1. R. Riley, und W.
Member of the .County Executive
Committee, nominated by the Club:
?I. R. KM ley.
At the last meeting of the Club, fin
members were enrolled with the pros
pect of many more hereafter. This
is a live and prosperous Club.
The Hull Swamp Democratic Club
was re-organized on Saturday the
fust inst. at Kliotts hover mill with
the following ollicers :
Dr. W. <*. Wolf. President: Mnj.
d. II. Hydride and A. Ilolman, Vice
Presidents; A. .1. I Iydrick, Secretary,
and Dr. .). II. hiabiuel Treasurer.
.1. S. Rowe was elected as a mem
ber of the County Execiitive Com
The following delegates were elect
ed bv ballot to the County Conven
Maj. d.# II. Ilydriek, d. F. North.
N. K. W. Sistrunk, Dr. P?. II. Ivnotts,
.1. S. Rowe, and A. 1 lolinan.
The following were elected Alter
.1. II. Hodges, F.. II. Honsel-. W.
Reed, and A. .1. Ilydriek.
Resolved, Thai our delegates be
instructed to oppose the nomination
of State ami County ollicers until
in the fall: iilso that we are opposed
to the abrogation of the two third
rule in the "National Democratic
The Dime Reading of the Voting
Mens Christian Association on Mon
day night was richly enjoyed by u
small but appreciative audience. The
exorcises commenced with music by
( apt. M. (Jlover. Tho fust reader
was Mr. F. A. Schillley. Deselect
ed several extracts from the poetic
works of Lord llyron which he ren
dered in his quiet ami unassuming
style, giving expression to the beau
ties of the author to the entire satis
faction nnd enjoyment id' the atten
Mr. d. II. Fowles was the next
reader. lie gave Several stories,
showing ii]) the infelicities of a mar
ried couple, which, despite the mis
fortunes of the parties engaged, put
the audience in n high state of mer
Mr. F. S. Dibble was the Inst rend
er. He selected "The M isfoi tiines of
tl Mrshfill Voting Man," with which
he entertained his renders most suc
cessfully. The narration of the va
rious blunders into which this poor
fellow became entangled was ex
tremely ludicrous, nnd excited gene
Hut the best we have reserved to
be told last. The exercises were in
terspersed and happily enlivened
with the most delightful and exqui
site vocal music kindly furnished |,v
Miss A. H- , ( apt. M, Clover
accompanying qii I lie melodeon.
An evening passed in this way is
both pleasant nud profitable, and we
hope that Olli'good citizens will do
all they can to encourage the mem
hers of the Association to furnish
attractions in our town which arc
beneficial to the young, and enno
bling iu their lendeii y.
Rev. \Y. A; Thcrrell has moved to
the dwelling formerly occupied by
Mr. C. B. (H?ver.
The Cotton Factory mooting did
not take place on Inst Saturday. By
Home misunderstanding, Ihc day
seemed to have been mistaken by a
great many. There was a doubt in
the iuindsof many as lo whether the
meeting was advertised for the lirsl or
the second Saturday. Ilesides this,
(lu re were political club uieelings all
over the county on the smite day,
which accounts for the slim niton
dance. Wedon'.t think I lint the fail
ureofthe meeting should be u source
of great disappointment. Let the
matter be tried again when I he farm
ers are not uo busy; and when Hie
minds of (he people are not absorbed
with political meetings. The impor
tance of a cotton factory in Orange
lung is too great for the enterprise to
In-given up. There must be :i not her
attempt under more favorable au
spices. Wo repeat it, if vve have to
write it every week, that the only way
to bring out the South, and make her
t he equal, and even the superior of the
North in prosperity, is by the estab
lishment of cotton factories. We
have every advantage over the North
in soil and climate. All we need is
Court commenced here on Monday,
.Judge ThoillSOirpresiding. It is the
first time that Judge Thomson has
appeared on the Bench in Orange
lung, and high opinions have beeil'
expressed :is lo the correctness of hit
rulings and his courteous and digni
lied bearing in the discharge of hi?
A large number of true lulls were
given out by the grand jury, id' which
(he following cases have been tried
up to yesterday morning:
State vs Joe Mart, Jeffrey Jackson,
Archie Palmer and Sani'I Green for
grand larceny. This case was tried
and a verdict of "guilty" rendered.
The next case tried was that of
the State vs K. M. Parier for receiv
ing at his store a bale of cot ton
claimed by another. A great deal of
interest was manifested in this case
ofT account of the standing of the
party accused. The Jury, however,
after a very short absence brought in
a verdict of '?/lot guilty."
The ease of the State against Jo
sephine Martin for larceny of li >
stock was next tried, and :i verdict of
??guilty" rendered. She was sen
tenced to one year in the penitentiary.
The next case tried was the Stati
vs Wade Pinekney for house break
ing and fareoMv. The verdict was
The next case was the St;ito vs
Stephen Flinches for larceny of live
State vs Daniel Jones?burglary
and larceny?"not guilty."
The Presentment of the Grand
Jury was read and (hey were dis
charged for the term. Fpon a peti
lion lo the Grand Jury to retail l>\
the drink, spirituous liquors, thev re
commended that no such license he
granted for less than #12(10. The
Jury also recommended to the Legis
lature, the passage of a law prohibit
iug the carrying of concealed weap
The civil dock el is light, and < 'ourt
will probably adjourn next week.
Thin rind breakfast strips, the liest
put up and only 10 i ts per pound at
D. K. Stnoak A- ('o's.
Every bottle of Shriiicr's Indian
Vermifuge i.-. guaranteed to give sat
isfaction if used according lo direc
Peaberry codec, the host and cheap
est known in the world tit D. IS.
Snioak A Go's, Money refunded to
any one who uses it without satisfac
Hax A- Bro.'s celebrated sugar
cured hams gun ran Iced sound and
sweet 12A cents at D. K. Snioak A
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The genuine corn cob tobacco al
I). Snioak A t'o.'s at manufacturer's
prices. Hew arc of imitations as
there are many on the market.
KtTMTKK, S. ( '., Nov. 10, 1 S71.
Mit. W. II. Bauuktt,Augusta, Ga. :
Dear Sir?It. gives me great
pleasure to attest to the oflicieney of
thuGilder's Pills received from you a
few days ago. They have accomp
lished every thing thai I desired of
(hem, aud I have given several Id my
neighbors. Please send me two
dozen more for use on my farm.
Yours res pee I fully,
J SO. ( '. TlSOAf.E.
For bale by Dr. S. A. Beeves.
Atlanta, Ca., Feb. 10, 1H79.
Dr. Hutchimn & Uro.: Gents-1 have
used your "Ncuralginc" in several inst
ancen,and find ii the beet remedy for neu
ralgia 1 have ever tried. It relieves the
pain ami leaves none of dio.se unpleasant
effects due to narcotic) or other anodynes.
1 shall always keep it in my ollicc,and take
much pleasure in recouimeiuling it to my
patients. fi. U holland, Dentist,
*JI W hitehall, Atlanta, < la.
For hah- by Urs. A. 0. Dukes, and .1. (i.
Wan mi maker.
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Health iiuilItcautyCombined -Woman''
ItiglltK-Otie whi> has lung studied this
Kidijecl hoNV presents the result of his inves
tigation!*. He is happy to say that he has
discovered "Womalis liest Friend." It is
adapted especially to those eases whoi'c the
womb is disordered, and will cure any
irregularity of the ''menses " /^radfield's
Female Iteguhitor acts like a charm in
''whites," or a sudden check of the "month
ly clauses," from cold, trouble of od ud or |
like causes, by restoring the discharge in
every instance. In chronic cases its action
is prompt and decisive, and saves the
constitution from countless evils and pre.
mature decay. Prepared by Dr. .I. Brad
liehl. Atlanta, Ga. For sale at SI.60 per
bottle by I>rs. A. C. Dukes, and ?>?<;.
Wan ii a maker.
Mll.l.n.WN, ClIA.MIlEIH Co., A I.A.,
July Ml, IS77.
I have used your female Regulator ex
tensively in nly pincticc for a long time,
and ?villi entire success where there was no
complication of disease. If it is mil a
specific, it is, in my opinion, the best known
emedy for the diseases for which it is rc
comended- J. II. Davis, M. I).
apt 1 '.) 1 in
Respectfully returns his thanks to
hta mnuy customers for their past
patronage, and hopes to merit tho
same in the future by keeping con
.-tautly on hau l fresh meats of every
kind at his old stand, in rear of the
Post o dice, during the present year.
Ruttciick's .May patterns have .ar
rived. Send for fashion paper, free
ul A en ry K ohnV.
Sl.ST of Unclaimed Letter*.
a Hemaiiiing in the Post Ollice at
Orangeburg (J. IL, Urangeburg (Aiuntv,
May 1, I8S0:
Win .1 /j'eard, S II Hear. Hob Bearrv. Ja
bunk, Primus Hayly, Mis* Do.sia Mack,
Corrected every week by Messrs. IJt.i.i.
Fjiioay, May 7, li-SO.
Middlings. 1 1 \ (a\
Low Middlings.|U ,r in;
Oidinary.?. 1 ? 1 iM
t 'orn.75? ? S(
New t'orii .
Fodder, per 100 lbs. 1 10
Rough Lice.5 1 U0
FL.0RAL. FAIR 1880.
H 1ST OF AltTIf LFS FOU WHICH
11 A Premiums are ollercd by the Orange
burg Agricultural and Mechanical Asso
ciation, to he exhibited at the Floral Fair
of 'aid Association which will he held oil
the I Ith of May 1SSI);
Grcatcsi variety of hot houso PI ants ex
hibitcd by one person
J.'c.-t ci>llection of Plants.
Pest Fancy leaf Geraniums,
-'ml. Best " " "
Best Zonale " "
?Jml. Best "
liest Scented - "
2nd. Pe*t " ''
2nd. Best "
" Loses (cut Flowers)
" Ali>:t-? t Flowers (arranged.)
Greatest variety of Vegetables.
Best collection " *'
2nd. Lest "
Uesl Cabbages (not less than heads.)
" 11 ish Potaiot*.
'? St law berries.
J. L. HF.IDTMAX,
Secretary and Treasurer, O A*. & M. A.
may 7 'Jt
a nt >
I am selling my Old Stock
To make room for Fall Goods,
New ;m<l LiUtomt Styles
A In I stock of
Landro.li's Garden Seeds
On hand. Now is the lime to plant for
Summer use. Call at mice.
\V. F. Kol)iiison.
ANDREW C. DIBBLE.
ATTORN Iii Y
(Ol \Sl I I.OH AT LAW,
"coit he a
ST- PAUL AND CHURCH STREETS,
Orangebng, S. C%
apl 23 1S80 ym
COME AT LAST !
?. H. VAN OKSDELL, Jr..
Pliolo and Artist
Has opened a Gallery in front of Meron-1
ey'u Hotel, where the public can have Pho?
tograpliH takei if first chew und artistic
finish. Nothing hut first class work dono
this Unllcry. Call and examine samples
at Gallery. All wishing good
work done can have the chaiice without
having the expense of going to the City
for the same. Call and sec inc. All work
cash when von sit.
C. Mi VAN O RS I) ELL, Jn.
a pi 2 tf
South Carolina Kail Road
CHANGE Of BOH KDUUi
On and after Nov. 30th, 187'J, Passongor
Trains on this Head will run on followsi
(till further ordern)
Greenville F.xpress .Train.
I..- Columbia at.4 15 V M.
A rrive at CnmdcM at. 8 15 M
Leave Orangebnrg.6 15 "
Ar live at Charleston.U 30 "
Leaje Charleston at. 7 00 A M,
Leave Oraugcbiirg at. 9 58 "
Leave Canideu at.<. 7 00 *'
Arrive at Columbia at.11 50 "
Way Freight and Passenger Trains.
* Leave Columbia. 5 SO A U
Arrive at Camdeii. 1 20.P M
Leave Orangeburg.to 17 A M
Arrive at Charleston. 2 15 P M
* Leave Charleston. 0 00 AM
" Angtistn. 8 00 '*
" Orangcburg. 1 17 P M
Arrive at Columbia. 5 87 "
: Passengers leaving Columbia or'Char
leston mi these trains have to change cars
at 1'ranchville lo reach Charleston at 'i 15
[, m tu Columbia at 5 ;17 p m.
Night Express Traiu*
Leave Columbia. 9 30 TM
?? < ?rangeburg. 120 A M
Arrive at Augu*UV. 8 35 "fl
Charleston. 5 50 "
Leave Charleston. 0 00 P M
'? Angn-ia...... . 7 40 "
" (Irangchtirg. 2 48 A XI
Arrive at ( ohuubia. 6 50 "
New York Express
Leave Orangchurg.. 5 47 A M
Arrive at Augusta.....<....< 024 ??
Leave Augusta. fi 00 P tl
Arrive at Orangeburg. 9 67 "
The (ircenvillc Expresi and the
night Expres* Trains will run daily.
All other trains will run daily except Suii
days. Sleeping Cars are attached to Night
Express, liertlis only $1 50 to CharlesUm
or Augusta. These trains make sort con
ncctious at Charleston with New York and
Haliimorc Steamers on Wednesdays and
Saturdays, also with Florida Steamers on
j Tuesdays and Saturdays, also with 7 a m
train S & C Railroad for Savannah and
Florida Points. Connections made by
other trains at Augusta with trains from and
to that point, also with all trains from and
to Charleston, D C ALLEN,
U P & T A.
JOHN I' PECK, General Sunt.
.J. <;. POST ELL, AgL, Orangeburg, S.C.
Respectfully announces his arrival
from New York, and takes pleasure
in calling the attention of his friends
and patrons to one of the
Of Dress Ooods in all the latest
Styles, all the new Shades and CoIoM
in Silks, Satin, Brocade, Buntings
Linen and Cotton from the Looms of
England, France, Germany, China
and America. Prices to suit every
body in want of a dress
Parasols, Fans, Laces, Embroide
ries, Gloves, llandkdrchicfs, Corsets,
H ibbons, Trimmings without end.
and prices all right
The latest Novelties of the Season
in Ladies Neck Wear, Fisbus, Rush*
ings, Collarettes, Neck Tie3, Jabots,
Bows, Lace] Scarfs, of which, all I
ask is for everybody to take a look
tit, and make selections
A very nicely selected figured
Muslins,' Lawns, Picques, Calicos,
Pc rea I es "and Ca in b rica
Immense line of White Goods of
fevery imniaginable description
Gents and Youths Clothing of the
Of Ladies, Gents, Misses, Boys and
Children Straw Hats
Shirts, Neck Tics, Scarfs, Bows, Col
lars, Underwear, Suspenders in tho
usual great vaiicty
MM E 1 >EMOREST'S RELIABLE
PATTERNS for Spring aud Sum
Machine Needles, Oil, Attachments,
nlways oil hand
Goods shown with pleasure Givo
mo i call and I am sure you will all
be made to smile
Fashionable Dry Goods Emporium