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Tho Or;\ii^cburg times
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During our absence from tue city
with the Tress Association, we leave
the editorial management of tin;
Timks with a friend, in whose hands
know that the. interests of our pa
trons will bo safe. II in labors ct>nl
lncucc with this issue, and will con
tinue probably two weeks. We hope
tobe so bencfittqd by our visit that
when we return we will be able to
wield our pen with fresh vigor in the
See change in advertisement of l'.
A good piano for sale cheap. See
' Pr. E. Cooko will preach at the
Lutheran t hutch on Sunday morn
ing at usual hour.
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A communication has been re
ceived from^'ICufllo1' too Into for this
is>uo, but will appear in our next.
Refreshing showers fell throe or
four miles north of us on Wednesday
Eureka Chapter No. 15$ H.A. M.
meets to-night. M. AI. degree to be.
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The latest out?the steamer to be,
purchased for the Edisto is to have
brick puddle wheels.
A lady of ('olumbia presented each
of the Elliott boys with u handsome
hoquct made to represent tin K.
They return thanks.
Mr. Jas. Van Tassel bus gone on a
trip North for his health, lie will
remain through the summer, and we
hope, may return entirely restored.
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"While the editor of the Times is
enjoying the Cinciuuati trip our devil
intends having a good time gene
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The father of our much esteemed
friend. Rev. <) A. Darby, left for his
home in Charleston, after spending
sometime iu our town.
The Moonlight Pic Nie for the
benefit of the Lutheran Church, will
take place next Tuesday evening, 22d
inst., at Fair Ground.
A few doses of Sitrinet's Indian
Vermifuge, given iu time, may save
you many dollars in money ami the
life of vour child.
The talk now is fence or no fence
around our farms. Some say, with
out wishing to give oIfence, that no
fence is a poor defense against offen
sive cattle. Which?
Dr Barton's neat cottage near the
Lutheran ('hutch, is about completed
and there is no fence around the
Court House yet, nor tire the new
boxes around \he trees whitewashed.
Again the angel of death has
bourn away one of our citizens. Mrs.
Pilot, who resided with Maj. II v
drick, has been gathered to her rest.
He ye also ready.
A child of Mr. Jacob Cook, who
resides on Bull Swamp, bad its thigh
broken by a fall one day last week.
We hope the little sufferer is doing
Our young townsman, Mr. W. P.
Brunsen, we are sorry to learn, was
suddenly attacked with illness while
in Columbia. lie reached home
safely and is doing well.
A recent trip over in the Fork oil
Kdistn in the neighborhood of Ebe
nerer Church we noticed the crops,!
both of corn and cotton nru Hue and
in good condition.
A colored boy, about thirteen years
old, was drowned while bathing in
Jlottsor's mill pond, on last Tuesday.
He jumped from the pier betid and
became entangled among some logs
which lay at the bottom.
The Collcton County Democratic
Nominating Convention for County
oflicers convenes July 20th. Let Urn
best interest of our parly be consult
ed and the best men be placed in the
field. This, wo believe will be done.
The ICtiwan phosphate works suf
fered to the amount of $21,000 from
lire on last. Saturday. The main
buildings were saved by the excel
lent pumps at the works, which were
equal to steam engines.
The child of Mr. Donald Joiner
which has been so ill, we are pleased
to learn is improving.
We are sorry that we cannot so re
report of Mr. R. M. Smith who con
tinues quite sick.
A delegation of Orangeburg Fire
men wont to Columbia to take part
in the tournament. They were the
guests of the Phoenix Hook anil
Luckier Company of Columbia, who
met them at the depot with a hearty
A mad dog was killed on our
streets one day this week by Chief
Cannon! This .rabid animal bad
bitten several others before it was
dispatched. \Ve think they too
.should die else this trouble may con
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A negro man was kilted by light
ning on Mr. Noah Whetstone's plan
tation, on Bull Swamp, on Tuesday,
while standing under a tree, and a
w hite mnn, by the name of Cuigler,
under the same tree, was shocked
The Kdlsto steamer is still spoken
of, and we believe, from the charac
ter of the gentleman at the bead of
the enterprise, she will soon be "walk
ing the waters like a thing of life."
We hope to sec it, and to enjoy a trip
up the Edisto before, the summer is
The new buildings of Mr. Way
and Mrs. Vincc, on Russell Street,
are in rapid progress, and will soon.
uh<h-r the magic touch of Capt. Bell,
tub! another adornment io that por
tion of our city. We arc pleased to
note these evidences of thrift. There
is room enough for more.
Key. Win. M. DaFrade delivered n
line sermon before the young ladies
of the Columbia Female College <>n
last .Sunday morning. This was the
commencement sermon. This school
will soon ''ujoy the summer vacation,
and the yVutcr ladies will be happy
in their Lome.- alter a season of
study and toil.
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The fishing season is fairly open
ed, ;u?d it is no unusual sight toseu
more than a dosen followers of Isnae
Waltou on their way to the river
every day, with "worm and fly," seek
ing therewith to entice some member
of the finny tribe <>u shore. The re*
soil is. now and then, success, but
ofteuer fisherman's luck.
The delegation from the Elliotts
:in<l Young Americas were magnifi
cently entertained in Columbiu by
their neighbors. They made a most
creditable and handsome appearance
in line, and returned home much
I pleased with the hospitality and the
pleasure they enjoyed while at the
big Court 1 louse.
The Rev. W. L. Johnson was ar
rested by the Charleston police on
Wednesday, for carrying four mock
ingbirds in one cage, in violation of
the game laws of the State. He wasi
released on the deposit of $20 for his
appearance before the Recorder's I
Court, hut left the city, and so for
feited his bail. I
Consignees for unclaimed freight
at S. C. R. R for week ending June
,1 II Staley, W Bennett, R W & A
A McMiehael, V 1) Tilly, J M
Hughes A Bro, ,1 F Gramling, IS
Livingston, W II Dantzler, P Liv
ingston. A DCumpsty, J C Holman,
J (' Jefeout.
It is said that when ever yon hear
a man begin to talk about his friends
urging him to ruu for ofllee, righ!
then yon may set it down he's got
it?the political itch?and he'sgot'it
bad. This fearful malady is spread
ing in one of our Counties but thank
our stars that it hj?s not reached us
yet, that is not to any very alarming
The Edisto Rand was upon the
streets serenading Tuesday night
and furnished some choice music
pro hono publito. For those who have
been so short a time practising wedo
not think they can he beaten in the
State. A little further perserverance
On their part, and especially on the
part of "Mr. ()wens who lends them
ami Orangeburg will have music to
brag oil ill real earnest.
1 Crangeburg was in a depleted
state on last Wednesday ns regains
inhabitants. We are informed that
90 of our citizens left that, A. M. to
attend the fireman's Eoiirnamont nt
our Capitol. Among them were the
following team of "shootists," some
of whom are. no! easily beuten: Dr.
M. O. Snlley, Messrs. P. G. Cannon,
Willie Dc.Tre.vilio, J. A. Snlley, Da
I vid Sullcy, and Greet- Albcrgotll.
There was some glass broken in
Columbia and some pigeons killed,
too, and Orangeburg brought home
I he second prize.
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?The attention of the County Cotn
! mUsioiM'iK is called to the old well, on
Court House square!. It is inn very
dangerous condition, and to prevent
accident it would be advisable t"
take some immediate steps to make it
so safe that there will be no fours of]
some youngster being drowned or se
riously injured by fulling into it.
While cleanliness is next to godli
ness, und while we admire decency
as touch as any one, yet we have of
ten beard that too much of a good
thing is good for not hing. The boys
keep Edisto river busy or Edisto riv
er keep the boys busy, wc don't know
which, but entirely too much so for
the health of the hoys. The Hoard
of Health should see to it.
We are informed that Jus. Hamil
ton killed a very large snake of the
ntccensin pesunsioti near the river
which had caught and was in the net
of swallowing nil eel. Hitherto we
hud thought that these animals were
ol too friendly .-> nature and too close
kin to indulge in any such canniba
lislie tastes and amusements?to the
A severe tornado passed through
our county ncarSt. .Matthews ou last
Saturday afternoon, prostrating trees
and fences. Persons at the depot
were scarcely aware of the presence of
a cloud upon the luce of the sky and
lind no dream of the proximity of any
tiling like a storm, which was then
raging within Iwq or three miles of
tlnon until some farmers from the
scene, brought information into town.
This was about -1 P. M.
Mr. J. W. Harlow, a native of
Clarendon County, will visit our town
shortly. This gentleman is canvass
ing wit h great success, for the macki
uaw pen. This pen holds ink for
im indelinate period of time, and is
very list ful for travellers and men ( 1
all professions and trade. It is
highly recommended by Hon. Hugh
S. Thompson, and other prominent
men, who are using them. .Isoieom*
lion ft r every census taker, Leave
vourorders with Mr. Harlow.
The Executive Coininitte i of t! c
Oraugcburg Missionary Union have )
made the following appointments for
Rev. T. M. Gidphin:
Four Holes?Saturday before the !
"2d Sunday in duly.
Antiocb?Saturday before the 3d
Sunday in ?) uly.
Providence ? Sat inlay before the
1st Sunday i:t August.
Amelia Saturday before the 2d
Sunday in August.
( ongnreo?Saturday before the 3d
Sunday in August.
The Fair of the Sunday School
Children of the .Methodist Church,
though httrridly gotten up. was a
pleasant and successful affair. The
spacious Court House Hull was
tastefully decorated, and was well
tilled both evenings by bright and
happy faces. Fortunately the Fair
was held durhig the "hot spell," and
the ladies in charge of the cake table,
the ice erentn arbor, and the lemon
ndc well <ii<I a driving business. The
la lies having charge of the fancy
table, and the (lower stand did well.
Hut not being favored by the weather
oottld not compete with their neigh
bors. The dinner given Friday was
suinptoiis and profitable. The net
profits were almost two hundred
A very interesting game <d" base
ball was played between Our Roys
of Howesville und the .Juniors of our
town which resulted in a victory for
Urungcluiig. Our Hoys played :i
very creditable game indeed, und in
ti short time, with perseverance, will
bo hard to beat as batters and field
ers. After the game was over our
guests were conducted In the Fair
building where a bounteous supper
was spread and enjoyed to the utmost
by the contestants, who seemed to In
as much at home with knife and fork
as with ball and bat. How pleasant
to see young life thus enjoying itself,
and developing every resource of
brain and muscle for future use in ti
different and more important sphoic
of life. A good crowd assembled to
witness the contest, and doubtless
each little maiden had her special
favorite whom she wished to see
heralded as the champion.
They Fix Him All Hioht.? New
Yoke, Feb. f>. 1880.?W. H. Bakrett,
Druggist, Augusta, Ga: Please send
me a box, of Gilder's Liver Pills, 1\\
mail. Am sick and need them. Thej
fix me all right every time.
J. W. WniTr.
For rale by Vr. b. A. Retree.
Wo certainly can be excused if we
ass a little beyond the custom in
such cases made and provided, and
say that it is "hot" instead of warm
weather. The thermometer has
reached 0(1 degrees in the shade. The
"Palmetto Yeoman" has the follow
i ug for last Sunday :
"Yesterday was decidedly a hot
day, as the following figures will
show: A gentleman residing on up
per Sumtcr street tells us his ther
mometer was U9? in fcthe shade in tin
opeti hall, aud that it went to 149? in
the sun. A gentleman residing on
Assembly street says bis thermome
ter stood at l(Kt? in the hall for six
hours. Another gentleman, residing
on cost Washington street, informs
lift that in his bull-way, which is
forty feet long aud eight feet wide,
his thermometer indicated *J'J? at It
1'. M. This chows that the heat was
general and iutense. To-day has
been very nearly, if not quite, ns
warm as yesterday. A good rain is
The readers of this paper will ap
preciate our endeavors in keeping
ihetn posted as to prices, Ac. As to
the quality of mir goods we ask the
most careful examination and com
parison. The grand boom in goods
is over, and many who fancied "there
ivas millions in it," by crowding
".heir stores with goods at boom
prices are taught a severe lesson, and
like little boys when cuughl in bad
tricks, promise not to do so any more,
??and we hope they won't"; but Kor!
john sells on in; usual, cheap for cash,
and invites you to call. Kor the next
week we oiler:
Nails ft cents, all sizes.
Homespun <> and 8 cents.
Long cloth ('?, S and 10.
Bargains in tinware and crockery.
Tobacoro, good article, :i lbs for-t 1.
Calicos, best prints at o cents.
Sugars 8. II and 10.
Coflee 12A, 10 and 2U cents.
I Embroidery 3, 7, lu to ~2?>.
! Flour declining. Low down.
C. I). Kokuoiin.
! Syrup of tar arid wild cherry f^r
j recent and chronic cough* and colds.
I bronchitis, loss of voice, inability of
the larynx and fttuses, and other in
i llnmed conditions of the lungs and
I air passages. For sale by J. (J.
Wan na maker.
Buttorick's new patterns for dune
arc ready. Call for new fashions,
paper, at Henry Kokn's.
The decline in dry goods has so
far afieeted the market that mine of
.he best prints are sold from d to 7
cents at Henry Kolio's.
The genuine corn cob tobacco at
!). SlilOak A ("o.'s at manufacturer's
prices. Beware of imitations as
here are many on the market.
Star dye colors f<>r fnniilt use'
?omprisingthe following colors: me
jenta, blue, crimson, violet, brown
itid scarlet. One package will [dye 1
lb of woolen or \ lb of silk goods.
Price 2fi cts. For sale by Dr. ,1. C
The white sewing machine ghes uni
veral satisfaction. Lightest running,
easiest managed and best satisfying
machine ever sohl any where. A
few more left at Henry Kohn's.
Peaberry cotfee. the best and cheap
est known in the world at D. E.
Smoak A Co*a. Money refunded to
any one who uses it without satisfac
Don't you forget it! Dr. Wanna
maker's soda fount is more popular
than ever. In fact there has been
such a demand for the cooling
draught that the Doctor has been
compelled to employ extra help in
order to accommodate his large run of
customers. Co and refresh yourselves
anil take your nearest friend along
with you. a
Thin rind breakfast strips, the best
put up and only 10 cts per pound at
D. E. Smoak A Co's.
[lax A Bro.'s celebrated sugar
cured hams guaranteed sound and
sweet 12A cents at D. E. Smoak A'
Respectfully returns his thnnks to
his many customers fur their past
patronage, and hopes to merit tho
same in tho future by keeping con
stantly on hand fresh meats of every
kind at his old stand, in rcav of tho
Postoffjco, during the prenrnt year.
SSi -Ui-U HBBB BHHWHSe K3K_?L --t
Corrected every week by Messrs. Hum.
Friday, June 18, IS80.
Low Middlings. 10?
New Corn .
Fodder, per 100 lbs. 75
Kougb Rice.$ 1 26
Clieuycr than Physicians' Bills.
"A ibing of beauty its a joy forever."
What is it? Something prepared for wo
man only, and used by them exclusively.
It is adapted especially to coses where the
womb is disordered, and will cure all ir
regularities oT the '"menses" or ''monthly
omrn's," by rcstonnvr the discharge, wheth
er acute or chronic, in every instance.
Hr dfield's Female rVegulator, "Woman's
best friend," is prepared by Dr. .1. Iirad
lie'd, Atlanta. On., prlcn i>l/'0 per bottle.
.Sold by Dr. A. C. Dukes, and also by Ur.
Ati.amta, Oa., Keb. 4, 1870.
i)fcr*ra. /futehiiOH tiro.? Having thorough
ly tested your "Nenralginc" in my case, 1
cheerfully recommend it to nil who suffer
with neuralgia. Titos M. Wood,
of Howard, Wood A; Co.
Mayor's Office, i
Lkksruko, Va., April 19, 1870. /
Messrs. Hutch iron tt" Bro ?It affords ni3
pleasure to testify to the great virtues of
your "Neuralgin*:" for the eure of neuralgia
and sick headache, it I* the bent rem *dy
fur these most distressing complaints I have
ever used, ll should be in every family in
Yours truly, Oko. R. Hkad,
Mayor ol I.ceshurg, Va.
For sale by Dr. A. C Dukes, and also by
Or. J. II. Wannainaker.
For School Commissioner.
W'c announce for School Commissioner
Mr. STILES R. MkI.LICIIAMI', the man who
i ha- held up the banner of Democracy
i through all the dark day a of Radicalism
; without wavering, nml wlio by pro i cad on
i ;mi 1 pi act teal experience is the best man to
j lakechnrgeoflhe educational interest of our
I county. Mas* VoTKRS.
For Probate Judge.
. Editor Orangcburq Times:
I We take pleasure in presenting the name
of 11. I?. 1ZLAH, Esrp, for the office of
I Judge of Probate, subject to the action of
I the Democratic nominating Convention,
j Me w as a faithful Confederate Soldier, is
j now an humble citizen who has never held
or Sought office, and is in every way qnuli
j lied by (ducat ion and business experience
for the tli*:hargc of the duties of t lie office
i for which he is named bv,
For Clerk of Court.
Editor (hoiii/thury 'I ilt\rx l
j "Mr. Jos. F. ROBINS ")N is hereby an
? uouneetl, by his many friends as a Candi
; date for the office of Clerk of Court, and his
claims arc mbtnltted to the Comity Demc
; cratie Convention, by the r'so't of which he
j will abide. Should he lcceivc at the hands
of the people this office, it will be but w hat
they intended to confer in 18* 8, and again
in 1 st*"?, bet him not be deprived ol what
in ISl'8 was taken from him by force, and in
187i. by corruption and fraud. wc believe
; him In be the choice of the people and
j know him to be honest, zealous andeffi
' ? pf.MqcaTs.
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j Editor Ornvyrbnry T line* ?
I hereby announce myself a Candidate
for ihe office of Sheriff, and will submit to
j the results of the County Democratic Con -
J. W. MOSELEY.
May 10th ISSb*.
i'lIIK WOK KING PEOPLE'S
i Mr. Harpin Higgs is announced as a tit
I Candidate for the* oIKce of Clerk of the
, Court for Orangeburg County. He has
! been tried in offic* and lias rover found
? wanting in hi- duty.
THK W ORK I NO I'KOPI.K.
Fof ?r adjure ol' IProbato.
Editor Untngrburg lime*:
Ph ase .innonncc Mr. Charles II. Olover
. as a candidate fur the above office. It is
\ useless to say anything in his favor, as his
j ability is already displayed by the manner
in w hich he has disc barged tin duties of
that piidlhn liming his term nPservice.
We further urge our c laim in his behnlf on
the ground, that the incumbent of that
J offn e ought to have considerable experience
j i.i the practice of law, ;i* the office is not
I ministerial, but is beyond a doubt, judicial.
Any persons, de-iring to satisfy themselves
on this point, can do so by referring to the
Coi stitutioti of our State."'* Article 1, Judi
cial Department, Sec. -0." Also Revised
Statutes, page* 57'-' to 57N, "Title 4, Pro
bate Court.'' and to lite "Rides of Court."
In nominating Mr. filover through your
columns, we pledge him and ourselves, to
abide by the decision of the Democratic
County nominating Convention.
Hook and Ladder Truck For Sale.
Strongly built, well equipped, and in
perfect order. 1 erms easy, / pplv to
S. A. /JEF.V/iS,
W. I.. Gl.azk,
_J_l.. HEI DTM AN.__
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having cairns against the
Estate of Florence filorer, late of Orange
burg County, deceased, mr he. chy request
ed to pi cent and prove the same before lue
?in or before the lUth day ot July, l88<>,or
else thev will he debarred payment.
Orangeburg, S- C., May 15th 1880.
may 21 ftt
AH pcn?ous having WnfellCM or
Jewelry in my lends to be repaired me
hereby requested to odl at once and take
the same away and pay the charges thereon,
uk I am intending to remove from Orange
burg on tho tirrt of July next.
r. p. ohivjette.
j'ir. IJ tf
PRIVATE SAX. iL
A neat Dwelling with 4 Rooms, Fire
Places, und Kitchen attached, with a Lot
2 acre; io a healthy location. Terms modo
coxy. Appy to
T. C tiunOEI.il, Auotioneer.
/ tlaaiiipulv.il F.nrger Beer,
\j bottled by the English Holding Co.,
prescribed by Physicians as the most
healthy beverage in the world. Freehand
pore. For sale at Wallace Cannon's old
stand, by J. DEE ANDREWS, Agt.
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I
Never Tetii Hard.
Ca.* be Mxtr. any Si e..<;tu Oesiukd. Last
T\ ic? ,\f l.ono.
CIjomm Curcl Tt'.'azt DrcEzlbr; tio OtxUb.
Chills and FeTfr.
LUer Complaint, 1
8iti k Nerton?
Thc?c Pattn Pure .??.11 r>i"-.Tc* bf Ab?nrptton. No
Noxiom I'M*. Oils, er PniwnotM .Mcdirlrn.-?ftr? inlc-n
tuto t'.ic Stomach. The Vn'U am ?ro:n nvi-r the lit
of the Stomach. eoTcriiiK ill* Ursul .Nrrvij i-c:it,v*.
also th< I.ivrr ami Stomach. A i;cp?*c y'r^riaU"
Tonic is ni?'ori?:d IntnthcclrculatloKbfUje nioxini-t
I.ivrr. purifying' Ihelllcod, iUintilatintf the Hvrrapd
KMn-yj tu 1 ?al|l v sctl'i. .->?d ?t-*mrth-c'.n?; C. -
3ioinucli toills'-?t food, fairs of Ihui ft Asn n
n.\rn. PrLu av all l)r.on, cr icul by .'>.a.l
NtitnufaslUMl at ?'? .'. !t "o:t?ll Jismrv ^t,
BALTixctci:. r. i>.
"COME AT LAST!
C. M. VA1* ORSRELL, Jr..
Photo and Artist.
Has opened a Gallery in front of Meron?
ey's Hotel, where the public can have Pho
tographs taken of fir>t class and artistic
finish. Nothing but first class work dono
this (.Jallery. Call and examine samples
at Gallery. All wishing good
work done can hflco the chance without
having the expense of going to the City
theriutnu. Lad and nee me- All work
cash when you sit.
C. M. VAN ORSDKLL, Jn
apl 2 tf
South Carolina Rail Road
ClIANOE or M.urOULV.
On and after May With, 1830, Passenger
Trains on this Road will run a~ follows :
(till further orders.)
Greenville Express Train.
Leave Cuhlihbia at.4 1A P M.
Arrive a' CamdoH at. 7 45 "
Leave Orangeburg...4...??.0 00 "
Arrive at Charleston.'J 00 "
Leave Charleston at. '> 45 A M.
heave Oratigeburg at. 3 40 "
Leave Cumucn at. 7 00
Arrive at Columbia at.10 30 "
Way Freight ami Pnsseagor Trains.
* Leave Columbia. 40 A
Arrive at Camden...I* <?0 P M
Leave Orangeburg.>0 08 A M
Arrive at ? harleston. " 00 P M
Augusta. 8 25 "
* Leave Charleston. 'J 00 A M
Augusta. S 00
" Ora. gebiirg. 1 15 P M
Arrive at Columbia. 5 37 *"
* Passengers leaving Columbia or^har
leaton on these trains have to change can
at Branchville to reach Charleston at 2 00
p in or Cobiiubia^it 5 37 p 111.
Night Express Train,
GO. NO KA.ST
Leave Columbia. 9 30 1* M
?? Orangeburg. 12 '0 A M
Arrive at Auguta . 4 50 *?
Charleston. ?20 "
^Passengers to arrive in Charleston :'t fl 20
A. M., have to change cars at Branchville
if they are not in the sleeping cars, which
goes through without a change.
Leave Charleston. ?") P M
Augusta. 7 40 "
" Oratigeburg. 2 45 A M
Arrive at Columbia. fi 10 "
New York Express.
heave Oratigeburg . ?> 17 A M
Arrive at Augusta. !? 21 "
Leave Augusta. 6 0(1 P M
Arrive at Oratigeburg. 9 ">7 "
The Oreenville Expresi ami thu
night Kxpres? Trains will run daily.
All other tiains will run daily except Sun
days. Sleeping Cars are attached to Night
Kxpresd. berths only $1 50 to Charleston
t or Augusta, fliese trains make sure con
nections at Charleston with New York and
Railimore Steamers on Wednesdays and
Saturdays, also with Florida Steamers 011
Tucsdavs and Saturday*, also with 7 a m
train S A tj Railroad for Savannah and
Florida Points. Connections made by
other trains it Augusta with train" from and
to that point, a I mi with all trains from und
to CharhMo.i. D C ALLEN,
(i P ? T A.
JOHN R PRC K. General Supt.
.1 0. POrfftflJ., Agt., Oruigab ir.r. S.C.
OR LiVj.ii tlJRE For a'l db-easesof
the liver, skin, bowels, stoni teil? and kid
neys, it has no cquab It la daily use by
thomands, all over ike country who volun
tarily les'ify to its merits. It is entirely
vegetable, perfectly harmless, and can be
taken by persona of all agt s. Try it once,
and you will not retrret it.
Sample bottles and package, 25 cents."'
Lar^c bottles. SI; large package, 50 cents.
DOW I A MOIRE,
Sole Proprietors, Charleston, S. C.
For sale by Dr.J.G. Wannaniaker, and
also by Dr A C Dukes.
apr'l 9 fun
PRIVATE SALE. "
A House with 4 Rooms and Basoiuent
with Fire Places Piazza with a large hot
57 ft. tjont by 300 ft. deop; fronting on 8
j fctrcetb; healthy location. Terms easy.
I Apply to
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