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The Orangebui'g Times
See notice of lot for sale
Gen. I/.lar has moved over to his
See card in this issue nominating
Mr. J. F. Robinson for ( 'lei k of Court*
The crops are looking line every
where, the recent refreshing rains
doing much good.
Alderman Straus is doing a good
work in superintending in person,
the improvements to our town diu ins.
We regret to hear of the serious
aflliotion of a child of Mr. Donald
R. Joiner, of the Fork.
No-olioinnrgnrino, hut choice Go
.sli'cn butter at 115 cents' per pound nt
d. 1. Sorentrue's.
A first class cook, with good refe
rence can procure a lucrative position
l>y applying at this oflice.
? ???I i ? -? m i fmm
Dr. A. C. Dukes has just received
n lot of line razors and straps w hich
he is ottering :it moderate prices.
Choice Rio colS'cOj the best in the
market, at .r>A ami (5 pounds fnr$l nt
.J. 1. Soreutrue. ?
A colored man in Sum lor, b\ the
name of Klison Hampton, whipped
bis son to duatli lust weeJc
Mr. 1'. A. Lofvendahl has received
new supplies in his lino. ('.ill on
him at 11 uHoy's corner.
Hob Ricken baker, a colored man,
Avas taken sick while working, on
Saturday, and died during the night
from heart disease.
We nvo under continued obiign
lions to Senators Hampton und Hui
lor, and our Representative ()*<'on nor
for valuable public documeuls.
Fresh canned ^oods, lull weight.
A large lot just receive.1 :il .1. 1.
Sorentrue's. All warruntevJ to bo the
best and sold at the lowest prices.
The Savannah and (,'hnrleston
Railroad was .sold during the week
to a syndicate represented by M r
1'i 'III, of .New York.
A match game of base ball will be
played on Kdislo Greet) to-morrow
between the Juniors and Our Hoys.
Tim ladies are invited to witness the
We welcome the Abbeville
'?.Medium'' on our exchange list
again since our tri]) to Columbia.
11 rot her Ilemphill knows exactly how
to run a first class paper.
flu down to .Mi-. Kros' ice-cream
saloon and refresh yourself, lie keeps
on hand daily the best of cream and
other delicacies not hard to take with
it. "Now don't you forgot it."1
The Voting Americas .-it their
meeting on Wednesday night decid
ed tosmul a detachment lb ('olumbia
on the lath to participate in the reel
race at the Firemen's tournament.
The County Commissioners meet
m xt Saturday to further discuss the
matter of the change of ollioos about
which such :i tempest in :i teapot has
- mm ? ttm.
Court met here on last Saturday,
Judge Thompson presiding, mid con
tinued several days. The cases were
chiefly inequity, mid there was noth
ing of special puhlic'Lntcrcst.
W. (J. Lawton, a colored mail currier
of Charleston, w ho has been robbing
the mails systematically, probably
with an expert band of associates,
has been arrested at last.
You can not expect your children
to thrive when they are being de
stroyed by worms. Give them a few
doses of Shriuer's Indian Vermifuge
ami they will be restored to health.
The excursion rate from Charles
ton to Columbia for the round trip
to the firemen's tournament is $2 ."><?.
The rales for intermediate stations
w ill be as follows: llrnncln illc $1.00;
K'owesville, $1.2f>; Oratigeburg, $1;
St. Matthews and Ft. Motto, 75cents.
The ticket will only be good to re
turn the same day.
A (hud took place near Richmond
last wcekj between W.O. Klan, editor
of 1 be '-Whig," nud ('ol. Thos. Smith,
son of Fx (iov. Smith, of Virginia,
in which the former was severely
wounded. The difficulty grew out of
an editorial in the '-Whig'' reflecting
upon the party leaders since lNtlO,
among whom Kx-Gov. Smith whs in
"Wo understand that it is contem
plated, when the stores close :it six
o'clock, to erect a stand on the Court
House Square where the Orangeburg
band will occasionally dent our citi
zens to music.
The "Daily Mercury," oC Colum
bia, has been short-lived. Alter u
career of only a few short moutlus it
has fallen through, und is now
merged into the "Palmetto Yoeman"
which seems to be still nourishing.
'flic one man who stuck to Gar
field through every ballot, from the
first to the last, no doubt, feels proud
of his pertinacity. He certainly did
not have the dread of minorities that
most people [have.
Head Gen. 1/lar's law card in this
issue, lie has moved to his olliec
purchased from the late Win. .M
Unison's ICstate, where In? Will be
pleased to see his numerous clients,
He is too well known to need recom
mendation from our hands.
The schools tue all going into sum
mer quarters as the warm weather
approaches. Almost every day now
closing exhibitions, and examina
tions are taking place. The leaehers
and pupils will now have a season of
needed le I. _
A* we go to press our good people
are maki ig I heir way lot he Mclho
disl Festival in the C'ourl House, an
account of which we will give in our
next. Tin* latlics were preparing :in<I
decorating the hall during the whole
Dr. I). K. C'ooko, President of (.'laf
lin, aui;o'.int*es thai he is propafed to
furnish (ompi'tcMl leaehers to any
commit: ':;, ib'sirihgeducational ad
vances, t hose young colored nu n
arc vvidj taught; anil will be :i beiielii
to tV < i.. ::. i v.
S .-ir dye colors for fahiih u .< ?
roniju'j i.: 5 the f Mowing colbhs: me
get ..?!. i?!u.;, brims in, violet, hro.vn
am. '.. !.?;. One p.icuhguwill dye I
lb of .v .-.1 ?V \ Id of silk goods.
Pri e -J.'. c! <. I- i>r sale by Dr. J. (;.
Syrup of tar and wild cherry for
rtc ? ii ! c! ronie coughs and colds,
bronchitis, loss of voice, inability ol
the larynx and Causes, and other in
llamed conditions of the lungs and
air passages. For sale by ?I. <>.
The Young Aimrieas were out on
Tuosilay afternoon on regular parade
with "lrneb' doe.'1 A trial of time
and power was made, and water was
Lhrowu ir S minutes, The turn out
w:is creditable, and the en trice ha iked
as neat and bright as n new pin.
A swarm of hoes attacked n store
j on Kussel] Street, on Monday aftoi
noon, und caused n considerable
stampede nmon<? the inmates, and a
closing up of the doors. The sign
of :i bee hive on the awning of the
store may account for the singular
und unwelcome intrusion.
A cor re pondent from Augusta
says, ''Gordon and folquitl are Iik??
refined gold the harder you rub them
the brighter th?\ shine." This is a
capital hint to the policy holders of
l he Southern Life. Ily a lin le rub
hing, may be that defunct com pain
might be made lo rise again.
Kxeursion rates lo Cincinnati arc
put down ..I ifi7.SU for the round trip.
The rate is made for the benelit of
delegates und .-ill others who desire
tin isit t his eity diu ing I he sin ing of
I he National Democrat ie ('on vent ion.
The tickets will lie good until Juh
(Jen. Gordon \\:\< relurued Crom
Washington lo Augusta, where he
j made a speech on Saturday in vindi
cation of his character ;i;;.-iinsi (he
charge oC u bargain between himself
(!ov. < o'lpiitl, and Gov. Ilrow n
\yhereby the latter was appointed
Senior nod (heGeneral was provided
for in a railroad.
At a meeting of the Kbonozer
Democratic held al Kbonozor Church
on (he I si of May, in Ihe absence of
ihe President, Dr. 1'.. < 'onnor, Mr.
?L Whclsell w-as called to the Chair,
and I he Club went into an clcel ion
for pcrmuncul Organization, which
resulted ns follows:
Presided W. It. Uiley.
I si Vice President P. M. Wealh
2d Vice President d. | >. Ukken
Secretary II. P. Whotsell.
About (it) names were enrolled, ami
the < lull is in excellent condition.
We should have pul Ii. lud (his mat
ter earlier, bill the neeount of the
meeting was misplaced.
Gov. Simpson and a company of
distinguished oflleinls, paid a Gubcr
natorial visit to beau fort last Satur
day. They were given an excursion
around tin- harbor by the ollicers of
United States navy At night the
party was serenaded at the Seaside
Hotel, and Gov. Simpson and others
made speeches from the piazza.
Consignees for unclaimed freight
at So. ('a.. R. Ii., lor tin-week ending
June ?th 1880:
.1. \Y. Summers. \V. K. MeConib,
It. Livingston, 1*. Livingston. W. A.
Shuler, Mart ?V < .... W. II. I hiutzlen
R. II. Kales, I). UOsendorf, II. W.
Thowmau, I Sen Tucker, J. Nelson,
.1. I'. Hurley, G. W. llrunson and
.Miss M. Pain.
We clip the following from the
Columbia "Register": "TheOrangr
burg Timks s:ivs. our lireiueu's ton in -
ameiit is to be a grand allair and
hopes thartletuchincntsofthe Young
America's and Klliott's will go. We
snv chine on. boys, it is going to be n
grand allair and you will have more
fun than you ever did in your lives
We arc pained to learn of the
death of M r. .1. < '. I "Isey. lie was
an old gentleman, in the 77th year of
his age, and was much beloved in
the community in which ho lived,
lb' was confined to his room for a
longtime, and has :it last been re
lieved of pain to lake his place in u
better world. Our sympathies arc
with tb ? heronve 1.
The clerks have presented a peti
lion to lite merehatits of our town to
close the stores at 15 o'clock during
tin- duil season so as to give them
some i pporl unity for leisure and re
laxation. We can hardly dotild thai
it will be signed by every employer.
Other towns und cities grant these
privileges In employees, and Orange
burg should not be singular.
bob lllainc does m>t hit wide of
the mark when he says that if you
keep a horse ton long in the same
stable he ? ill think the stable be
longs to him The moral is plain,
thai if you keep :t man loo long in
olliee be- will think that theotliee be
longs to him, and thai nobody else
has any right to disturb him. It is j
bad for the people, when olllco hold
ing becomes a profession. The lie
publicans have set a conspicuous atul
wholesome example on this subject
.?u Chicago by pronouncing against
a third term b>r any man.
floods arc Steadily declining in
every line. Consequently we will
nnj give quotations in this issue, but
rest assured, we will give ynu the
benefit oi* every decline, .-irnl do it .-it
once. We don't wail until we are
forced to put down prices by some
Who has benefited the County;
Who give- the firs} decline? Kort
Who forces dow n prices? Kortjobu.
Who gets the ill will of merchants
by so doing'.' Kortjohn.
W ho gets t he w i ll w islies of
Who intends to lighl it out on the
cash and small profits bases? Kort
Who sells g.Is with the privelege
of returning? Kortjohn. a
The cxainiuatioii of the Chillin
University and Ihe Slate Agrieiillu
ral < 'oIlege look place on Monday und
I tiesdny. We regret that, an ap
pointed member of Ihe board of Kx
nmincrs our |U'ivate engagements prc
\ ented our at tendance, bill we are
gratified to hear, from lhose whose
privilege it was to attend, thai the
students acquitted themselves with
great credit, and (hut a decided ad
vaneemenl bus been made in tin
standard of scholarship.
()n Tuesday evening ('apt. Samuel
Dibble, a member of (he board of
Trustees, by special invitation, re
pented his oration delivered :i your
or two,ago at Wnllnrd, before the
I students and Faculty of Clallin. It
was well and favorably rceeived, and
from all we can learn, is calculated
to do much good. Aller M r, I h'ldde
had conclmled. ?Jen. Izhir, De Web
ster and I ?r. bust, a prominent sup
porler of < 'hillin, und promoter ol
educational interests among the col
ored people, were culled upon and
in the course of his remarks, Dr.
Rust took occasion to snv that he re
cognized before him gentlemen of
different political parties, holding
di He rent political views, but be re- |
joiecd to feel and know, from what lie j
now witnessed, that when the cause
of education was presented, all could '
rise above party and stand upon the
On Wednesday afternoon the clos
ing exercises, consisting of exercises
in declamation, tfce., took place. All
the pupils who took part in these ex
orcises acquitted themselves remark
ably well, and exhibited the thorough
training of their preceptors. Clear
noss of enunciation and self-posses
sion were noticeable characteristics
of till the speakers. A perceptible
stride forward is made at every com
Diplomat woregiven to the follow
ing students who had finished the
A. L. Jackson, II. <'. Dixson and
S. .1. Middletou, among t he girls, and
-among t he boys.
Valuable prize books were given
out to the following pupils for proli
Seipio Moore,?Amanda M. Ilnr
vey, M. Ulakolcy, Caroline Sanders.
Nancy Sanders, II. <;. W ill'iams, .1.
II. .Jones, A. II. Illach, .1. K Ibow n.
Thomas Sims. A. \V. W ha Icy.
The valedictory of Alice .tackson,
of the graduating class was well
done and deserves: special mention.
After the distribution of pri/---.
the benediction was pronounced b\
The music by Iho pupils was line
This institution is exerting a pow
erful iutluetiee in the community
Which, if properly directed.'as it tin
? doubt ??illy i-. under the adniinistra
. tion of Dr. Conkc and his able cond
I julors, is calculated to do much good.
Life is n pleasureonly when we are
in I he Cnjoyuieut of nil our faculties
land in perfect health; This
ean only be when nil the important
. organs of the hotly are perlormitii!
their functions properly. The liver
i-. more liable to get out of order than
any other organ, and produces more
unpleasant effects. A dose of Dr.
(J idler's liver pills occasionally, will
keep it .-'11 right, or set it right if it
has gone wrong. Sold h\ Dt\ S. A.
Rutterick's new patterns for.Itihe
are ready, (.'all for new fashioils,
iwi.? v.-.l l lenrv Kolin's.
The decline in dry goods has so
far a Heeled the market that some of
i ilu: best prints are sold from <? lo 7
cents nt 1 lenry Kobu's.
The genuine corn cob tobacco :it
D. Suioak A* Co.'s at manufacturer's
prices. I Iowa re of imitations as
i here are many on the market.
The while sewing machine gives iini
verhl sati.sfactipn. Lightest running,
easiest managed and best satisfying
machine over sold any v. here. A
few more Ici't :il lleiiry Kobe's.
IVahorn collect t he liest and cheap
est k now n in l lie w lii'hl at I >. I '..
Smouk ?V t 'o'si MqiieS refunded lb
an\ olii' who uses ii withoiil satisfac
1)(m'l \ i at forget ii ! Dr. W anna
maker s sodri fount is uion popular
I ban ever. In fact there has been
such a demand for the cooling
draught that Iho Doctor b.i> been
compelled to employ extra help in
order lo accomim date hi- large run of
customers. ' Sound refresh yoursch rs.
and lake your nearest friend along
wii h v on. a
Thin rind break fast ships, the host
put Up und onl\ |() ct.s per pound :il
I V K. Sinoiik A ( o's.
I lax iV llrb.'s cidebrnted sugar
cured hums guaranteed sound und
sweel \'2\ cents at D. K. Suioak A
lvcspeellullv relurn's his thanks lo
his nmny customers for their past
patronage, and hopes to merit the
same in the future hy keeping con
slantly on hand fresh meat? of every
kind al his old stand, in rear of the
Postollice, dtirjn<r the present year.
Corrected every week hy Messrs. Hum.
Fiun.w, dune 11, ls:-.o.
Low Middlings. lo ./
New Corn .
Kodder, per 100 lbs. 75
Rough Kice.$ 1 ^5
,vm t .:? -. ass
Cheaper than Physicians' Hills.
"A tiling of beauty is :t joy forever."
What is it? Something prepared for wo
man only, an</ used by them exclusively.
It is adapted especially to cubcs where the
womb is disordered, and will cure all it
regio, rities of the ''menses" or ''monthly
courses," by restoring Ihcdischarge, wheth
er acute or chronic, in every instance.
brudiichl's Female A'cguhltor, "Woman's
best Friend," is prepared by Dr. J. IJrad
lield, Atlanta, CJa., price $?l.f?0 per bottle,
.-'old by Dr. A. C. Dukes, and also by Dr.
J, <i. Wannamaker.
An.am ia, fJ.x., Feb. 4, 1870.
Mcwa. llutehi'on <C' Uro.? Having thorough
ly lusted your "Neuralginc" in my case, 1
cheerfully recommend it to all ,tho sutler
with neuralgia. Tuos M. Wool),
of II. ward, Wood & ('o,
MAvon's Ot'kick, )
biet snuuo, Va., April II?, 1879. ?"
Messrs. Hutch iron A- Hm ? It u (lords in e
pic:..-mc to testify in the great virtues of
your "Neuralginc" for the cure of neuralgia
and sick headache. It is t lie best remedy
lor tin se most distressing complaints I have
ever used. It should be in every family in
Yours truly. Gko. K. Hi-:.\ o,
Mayor ol I .eesburg, Vn.
For sale by Dr; A. C. Duke*, and also by
Ur. ?!? <;. NVannamalicr.
iime 11 1 "i
For Probate Judgo.
Editor OritiH/i'bitru 77w'.?:
We take plea ;>ir" in presenting tie- name
of I'.. 1'. IZLAli, Iv-ip, for the ollice of
Judge of Probate, subject i > the net ion of
Ihe Democratic nominating Convention.
II.- was :i failhful Confederate Soldier, is
now an liuiublu citizen who has never held
or sought idiieif, und is in every way tmnli
lieil by education and business experience
lor tin- discharge of ihe duties of the office
lor which he is named by,
For Clerk of Court.
Kil!tor OniHijrhiirij Tinten:
Mr. Jos. I . UOUIXS )N i- hereby nn
nomiced, by his many friends as a Candi
date for the'ollice of Clerk of Court, anil hi-1
ehiins an- submitted lo ihe County Demo
cratic Convention, hv the result of which he
w ill abide. Should he leceive at the hands
of the people this oiliee, it will he hill w hat
they intended to confer in 18 S, and again
in I s 71'. I.ei him not he deprived ol what
in 1 JSCS was taken from him by force, and in
ihTo hv corruption and fraud. We believe
him i., he ihe choice of the people and
know him to be honest, zealous and elli
Editor Oranyehnry T imr* :
I hereby announce myself a Candidate
I'm- the office of Sheriff, and will submit to
the results of the County Democratic Con
J. W. MOS KLEY.
Mav Hjlh I8S0.
THE WOHKIXti PEOPLE'S
Mr. Harpin biggs is announced as a fit
Candidate for the office of Clerk of the
Court for Orangeburg Comity, lie has
been tried in ollice and has never found
wanting in his duty.
THE VVOKKINt 1 PEOPLE.
For J ndyo of ProlDal t>.
Editor Qramjeburii Unten:
Please announce Mr. Charles IJ.fSlover
as a candidate for the above office. It is
nsele.-s to say anything in his favor, as his
ability i- already displayed by the manner
in which he has discharged tie duties of
that pf-sition dining hi- term ofscrvicc.
We furl her urge our claim m his behalf on
the ground, that the ineumhenl of that
office ought io have considerable experience
i.i ihe pracliee of law, as the ollice i- not
ministerial, hut is beyond a doubt, judicial.
Any pei -oii-, desiring to satisfy themselves
mi this point, can do so by ri ferring lo the
Coc.stitutioii of our Stale, ''Article t, .Indi
cia' De part m en i, Sec. -0." Also Revised
Statutes, pages 571! ?*? f?7S; ***i*illo.-I, I*r?
Lite Courl," and to ihe Hides, of Court."
In nominating Mr. (Mover through your
columns, we pledge him and ourselves, to
abide by the decision of the Democratic
County nominating Convention.
I t X VA X illiS 1 TA X VA X KllSl
Notice i> hereby given the! the time for
the collection of Town Taxes without the
penally is extended to the first (1st) day of
?lunc 1880, after which time the penalty
will positively he added.
C. It. .Jo.N Ks, Clerk,
may "II :',t
Hook and Ladder Truck For Sale.
Strongly built, well equipped, and in
pi rfeel order. Terms easy, .' pp'y t>>
S. A. A'EF.VSS,
W. L. i.I.A/.i;,
.1 b. II I .I I > I'M A N.
MAYO/J'S ( H-TICE,
dime I'.r.l 1880.
Citizens arc hereby notified that they can
obtain disenfectants by calling at the Store
ofC. D. Kortjohn.
7.'v t)i tier of the Hoard of Health.
.1. H, ALRERt'iO'JTI, Act. Mayor
Notice c o Creditors.
All persons having e'aims against the
Kstatc of Florence (Hover; late of Orange
hurg County, deceased, no boieby request
..I to piesenI mid ptovethe same before mc
.ii or before the loth day ol.luly, I880,or
else lliey will be debarred pavnu til.
Ornngeburg, S C, May l?lh 18S0.
I11U3 '-'1 :'>l
A neat Dwelling with I Rooms, Fire
Places, and Kitchen attached, with a Lot
*J acre; in a healthy location. Terms made
easy. Appy to
T. C. HriniF.t.i., Auctioneer.
I7011 a Cool Drink ofCroJJ
/ Apple Cider, go lo Wallace Cannon's.
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD!
Skvf.a GV.tb IlARD.
Can nE Madk any BtrxNOTII Ocsirrd. I.as*
Twick Ai Lotio.
Slnma Carol -ritlwut Dragging iht S/ttea.
Chills and Fever,
Siek i Nervous
> ThcM Ptlits C<irr :> 17 DiftpgtCS l>y Al>*irptiin. NS
Noxl >U4 I'illx. < HU.or I'oOimoiM .Mitlicin>'?!ircCik<:rt
Into ihn Htomncli. The 1'iul* Bre worn over Uta J'lt
of the SSIotna<;li? covering the Great Nervo '??iitr.r?.
iil'n tii" Liver anil Btntnitch. A Kvntic V?*KrtaMe
Tonic Is nlxorhcil iiitoCivcin-ulntlon fifths I'.'-kkI ami
|.ivvr.|iui Ifj \ltfi theUltivl.gtiinulatlng UM I.ivrrnvU
Kiilney* t<j hwilthy scti-i, unit ?tr?tijrtb<-nlng Uie
Ktomikcbto?Hi;o?i fi 'i'l. l*i:ir'K er Vwn ?i and *t
bach, y n.ii iiv all Puvocmra, or teat by .Malt
Miunificlund at 39 li North I.ibkutt St,
Kali I Molt i:. JVi :?.
COME AT LAST!
C. ML VAX ORSDISIX, Jr..
Pliolo and Artist.
Has npened a Gallery in front of Meron*
ey's Hotel, where the public can have Pho
tographs taken of first class and artistic
finish. Nothing lint fust class work done
this (iallery. Call and examine samples
at Gallery. All wishing good
work done can have the chance without
having the ex pease of going to the City
for the same. Call and see me. All work
cash when von sit.
*C. M. VAN OIt.SDF.LI/, Ju.
apl 2 if
Soul U Carolina liaii 1xojj<-1
CHANGE OK BCIIKOULT.
On and after May Kith, 1880, Passenger
Trains on (his Load will run as follows:
(till ho the. orders.)
Greenville Express' Train.
(jot NO BAST.
Leave Columbia at.'t L"> P AI.
Arrive at CamdcH at. 7 4~> "
Leave Oningehtirg.G 05
Arrive at Charleston.'J 00 "
Leave Charleston nt. 6 ?lr> A M.
heave Orangeburg nt. S-10
Leave Camden at. 7 00
Arrive at Columbia at.10 30 "
Way Freight and Passenger Trains.
'Leave Columbia. 5 -10 A At
Arrive at Camden.12 ?0 P M
Leave Orangeburg.10 08 A M
Arrive at Charleston. 2 00 P M
August a. 8 25 "
? Leave Charleston. 0 00 A M
" Augusta. 8 00
" Orangeburg. 1 15 P M
Arrive at Columbia. 5 37 ??
* Passengers leaving Columbia or'Ghar
leston on these trains httVo to change cars
at brauch vi He to reach Charleston at 2 00
p in or Columbia at 5 H7 p lit.
Night Kxpress Train,
Leave Columbia. 9 30 P At
Orangeburg. 12 30 A M
Arrive at Augusta . -1 50
Charleston. 0 20 "
'Passengers to arrive in Charleston ;>.t 6 20
A. M , have to change cars nt Isranchvilla
it* they are nut in the sleeping cam, which
goes through without a change.
Leave Charleston. 0 C5 P At
Augusta. 7 10 "
'? Orangeburg. 2 45 A St
Arrive at ( blmilbia. 0 10 "
New York Express
Leave Orangeburg . .?5 17 A M
Arrive at Augusta. 9 21 '?
Leave Augusta. ? Ol) V AI
Arrive al Orangeburg. 0 57
The firecnvillc Bxprest and the
night l'.xpies-? Trains will run daily.
AH oilier trains will run daily except Sun
days. Sleeping Cars are attached to Nicht
Lxpress. Itorths only $1 50 to Charleston
or Augusta. These trains make sure con
nections at Charleston with New York and
Itahimoro Steamers mi Wednesdays ami
Siitnrtlays, also with Florida Steamers on
flic-days and Saturday/, also with 7 a m
tram S .V C Ihulroatl for Savannah and
Kloritla Points'. Connections niada hy
other trains at Augusta with trains from and
lo that point, also with all trains from and
to Charleston. 1) C ALLEN,
ti P & T Ai
JOHN 1'. PECK, fteneral Supt.
.1 O. POSTBLL, Agl., Orangeburg, 3.0.
^?k coL.rr\ NEVER FAILS TO
/g\ i CONSTIPATION,
<>K Li \ j-.n 1.1.1 HE For all diseases of '
the liver, Kkih, bowels, sloniach. and kid
neys, it ha- unequal. It is daily use by
thousands, all aver die country, who volun
tarily testify to its met its. * It is: entirely
vtgettihle, perfectly harmless, and ?in ho
taken by persons of nil wges. Try it once,
and you will not regret it.
Sample hollies and pa> kagc. 'J? cents.""
I .a rue hollies, SI; large package, 50 tents.
HOW I K? MOISE,
Sole Proprietors. Charleston, S. C.
I't r -ale hv l>r. J. Ci. vVniinainaker, and
also hy I ?r A C I Mikes.
a or'I II Cm
im<ivati<: SA le.
A llotisc with 1 Looms nnd'Hascmcnl
?villi Fire Places Piazza with'a large Lot
ii it. Front by 300 ft. deep; limning on 3
streets; healthy location. Terms easy.
T. C. HURDEhTi, Auctioneer.
a Wi t i o is k er i rif?"
T. C. HUBBELL
Will attend to the sales of Peal Kst ate.
Personal Property, Sc., Public or Private,
business entrusted to him w ill be promptly
Orangeburg, So. Ca., Dec. 1st 1870.
nov 23 1870