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The Orangeburg Times
Sir. W. F. Syphrett is rebuilding
on his burnt lot in lirauclmllc.
Tildcu has given $100,000 for the
Marion Jncksou \viil have line beef
to-morrow morning. Don't forget it.
Thanks to Mrs. Jenney for deli
cious clusters of grapes which made
the editor's heart happy.
Tlu; County Democratic Executive
Committee meets at the Court House
Dr. Tanner has now entered upon
his 25th day of living without eating,
aud is said tobe improving.
. ? ? ? -
Mi\ W. F. Robinson bas on hand
a fresh supply of the best turnip seed.
Now is the time to get the best lor
your turnip patch.
Cattle ('reek (.'amp Meeting will
commence next Thursday. Rig pre
parations are making, and excellent
preaching may he expected.
Refreshing rains on Wednesday
afternoon and night have cooled the
atmosphere, and gladdened the heart
of the furnier.
"Pine? Hill," from Ziotl Township,
Mill plea t indulge us a little longer
for further consideration on his
highly prizedVtml flattering com
Rev. J."Y. Riser of .'lie Lutheran
Church has retu'rneii&ou>>.i?iS North
ern trip He looks well, *:7X]^doubt
less, comes back with fresh vigor for
the renewal of his duties.
We are glad to note that ihn Meth
odists are erecting a line church in
the town of Branch vi lie, the comer
?stone of which will he laved in a lew j
Thanks to Prof. G. (). Robinson,
proprietor of the "Augusta Music
House," for the new and popular
piece of music entitled "W hen Han
cock takes t he ( hair."
4>hriner's Indian Vermifuge de
stroyed and expelled worms thirty
vears moo. Wu LMiur.intee il to 'In
the same to day. to the satisfaction of]
?every oue \\ ho use it.
Married. July Rlili, ISsO. at the
l.cwisville Rapt ist Church, h.v Kuv.
I). F. Spigner, Rev. .1. J. IL Stoudon
ntire, of Orangohurg County, S. <
to .Miss Mamie K. Uowc, of Ra en well
< ollllt v S. ( '.
Next week we will have another
communication fro hi "Critic," and
also the first chapter of another
story entitled "Over the Sea," from
our regular and accomplished con
tributor in *his line.
?? m i - - ? oc?in
We are sorry to hear of the sick
ness, at llranchville, of the cstima
bin wife of Dr. drosselt: and als? of
I he feeble health of Mr. dames
(?rimes. We hope soon to hear id'
i he complete recovery of both.
Married duly the 8th, at the resi
dence of Mr. d. K. Tucker, by the
Rev. W. A. Thurrell, M r. James K.
Tiicker, of Orangohurg, to Mi>s
Mary K. Holmes, of Scott county,
Mrs. Hell, the wife of our esteemed
townsman, ( apt. .1. S. Hell, who has
been absent for some weeks in conse
quence of her health, returned this
week to her home. We hope that
her convalescence may continue u::til
entire restoration is made.
A juvenile Hook and Ladder Com
pany has been raised in our Uure, in
opposition to I he Klliotts', who will
now have to look well to their lauich.
The young prospective firemen
turned out on our st reets in line styl?'
on Monday afternoon, and exhibited
wonderful skill in their mnucuvrcs.
Mr.C. May hew. of Columbia, will
open a marble yard in Orangeburg
?in or before the first of September.
He is an excellent workman in his
line, and we would advise all having
orders of Ibis nature to reserve them
until Mr. Mnyhew's arrival, if they
want to get n good job and save ex
We have on our table an open col
ton boll with the fleecy staple flowing
out of it. It was sent to us by Mr,
.1. T. Sliuler of Lower St. Matthews,
on the Sanlee, ii young farmer who
keeps up wilh the times. It was taken
out of bis field on (he I.Uli. and is the
lirstj so far as we know, of I he sell
sou. Mr. Shulcr expects to t out
t.bree Laien by the last of Alien!>t.
Mr. J. W. Delano, of the "Sunday
'Fiiups", is on a visit to our town, and
honored us with a call at our office
yesterday. We are glad to note the
continued prosperity of his sprightly
and readable paper, in the "city by
the sea." lie goes in a few weeks to
Chicago to attend the grand convo
cation of the Knights Templar.
List of consignees at S. ('. R. R.
for unclaimed freight for week end
ing duly 1880:
( I. Pierce. .1 .1 Slllley, M A Davis,
W A Johnson, R N Bates, .1 II Sta
ley, 15 A Davis, T A Jones, David
(.ray, .1 II Fordham P? II Barton,
Mrs E /rost, T J P Walsh, T L
Smith, P R Pearson, J F Way. R A
Carson, W S Barton, .1 K Hart &
Co. W II Dani/.ler, R F Way.
.Messrs. D. P.. Sinoak A- Co. are
still ottering extraordinary induce
ments to the public in keeping their
goods down at the lowest figures.
'1 heir stock is c'omplctc m every de
partment, ami with it, they have a
set of the most polite and accommo
dating clerks thai ? an l>e found any
where. Th?y do not spare any pains
lo wait upon a customer, therefore it
is a pleasure to deal with such gen
tlemen. Don't forget the place.
mm ? m?i
List of unclaimed letters remaining
in the post oiliceat Orangeburg C. II.
Orangeburg Co. S. ('..duly 17th.
Miss Norah Chancy, .Mrs Ann M
Felder, .Jacob (Iray. Mrs Francis
Handy. T C Hodges, Warren Hughes
Robert A Mit 'ollins, care W II Eh
neyJr, .Miss Florence Riddlehoover,
E P Robinson, Miss Deolcnre Rolis
Miss Durah Smoke. Billy Summers,
Miss Mary Aim S Whaler, Abe Wil
liaius, i are Target Church.
Brotlier Wilson, of the Abbeville
"?Press and Banner/' i" commenting
on the Press Association, says: "Mr.
S. P. Mellichnmp was the poet and
di: n'.lied gciltlvliiail of the party.
Iii- poet ic elfllsioiis and personal hits
afforded marly as much amusement
as Carters telegrams. Rev. \V. P.
Jacobs was the pious brother/1
Please inform us. brother Hugh,
whether yon moan by this that all
the rest of us are impious'?
A w?iv?d cutter ou the plantation of
Copt. J. ti. Wniiuamukor, at Stilton,
recently cut a pine tree about four
feel in diameter, which turned nut
over I hree cords of wood, and. strange
to say, in the centei of thetree was
found imboddcal U tmnnio luitl which
we now have on our table in perfect
preservation. How long this ball
has been there is uncertain, as the
tree is supposed to he about two ban
died years old.
At a meeting (if the Edisto Rifles
on Tuesday evening, a handsome
sword was presented by the Compa
nv to ('apt. Samuel Dibble. The
presentation speech was made by
Gen. Izlur, and ( apt. Dibble, who
was taken completely by surprise, re
sponded in feeling terms. This is a
deserved tribute tonne who has done
so much for the success of the Edis
los, a company which ranks now
among the fust in the Stale.
On .Monday evening, according to
previous appointment^ Prof. J. W.
Stokes delivered a most excellent ad
dress to a select and appreciative an
ilieuce at the room.- of the Y. M. ('.
A. Mr. Stokes is a son of Mr. dame
Stokes, one of our most prosperous
farmers and influential citizens. lie
is a young man of more than ordin
ary promise, being a graduate of
W ashington and Lee'College, of Vir
ginin, for which he was prepared by
Mr. J allies 8. i ley ward, lie is now
leaching in Tennessee, where he is
A correspondent from St. Mat
thews writes .-is follows:
??St. Matthews and vicinity is
afloat wtt.li the gossip of a grand en
tertainment, to he given at Masonic
Hall for tin- benefit of the Baptist
Church and l/.lar Lodge A. F M. on
Thursday evening the 21Mli instant,
by a number ladies and gentlemen
of this town assisted by ladies of
('linrleslon and ('aiiufcn. The en
lerlaininent, consisting of vocal and
instrumental music, will conclude
with a farce entitled, (he "Rough Dia
mond/1 As the performance was
devised for (ho sob- purpose of rais
ing funds, which are. nl present, very
necessary lo both lodge and church,
a large audience is expected. We
trust Orangeburg w ill not hesitate in
contributing her aid toward its ulti
The ivcullici is qiiitc warm. 'I . o
crops arc in excellent condition. The
farmers arc in buoyant spirits, ami
the merchants tire patiently awaiting
the "Sweet Byeaud Bye/1
At a meeting of Tine Grove Town
ship Democratic Club lietd July 10th,
1880, the following officers Vrcre elect
ed to serve for the next two years:
President?O. J. Zcigler.
Vice-Prcsident?S. F. Folder.
Secretary?S. A. Jones.
Treasurer? W. W. Staly.
Executive (Joinmittee?J. F. Jones.
? Regular meetings every second
Saturday in euch month.
The "News and Courier" says:
"The Rev. I). <?. Johnson, postums
ter at Sixty-six Mile Turnout, Or
augeburg (Jounty, and John \V. Uanr,
ex-post master at Fifty eight Mile
Turnout, in the same county, were
Ii rough I before Uuited States Com
missioner James E. Magood yester
day, charged with mulaw .'illy using
postage stamps, stumped envelopes,
and postal cards i:i the payment of
their debts or in the purchase ol
merchandise and other saleable arti
cles, and pledging and hypothecating
the same in violation of the Act ol
J tine 17, 187S.' "
Johnson is a colored man. and
Iiaar a white man.
Mr. J. S. Krwin, pointer on the
"Democrat," leaves us on Sunday for
Floridn, whence, niter a short stay,
he goes to Columbus .Georgia, where
he expects to locate permanently.
Mr. Irwin has been in Orangeburg
scarcely two years, but in this short
time has drawn around him, by the
force of his sterling qualities a host
ol'true friends', who deeply deplore
the severance of the pleasant associ
ation with him. Faithful in business,
genial in manner,and honest of pur
pose, be will make friends ami win
confidence wherever he goes. He
carries with him our best wishes for
his future happiness and prosperity,
and. along with it. the hope that the
next turn in the wheel of fortune may
luing him bach in our midst. (
On Saturday night, tin- F.disto
Band, accompanied by a number of
our citizens, gave a serenade to our
esteemed townsman, (Ion. Samuel
Dibble, who has just returned, by
way of New York, from Cincinnati,
whither he had gone as a delegate
from this State tot be I )emoeratic Na
tional (.Convention. Mr. Dibble re
sponded in an appropriate and well
couched speech, describing thogene
ral enthusiasm at tin- North til the
nomination of I (uncock and lCngifcd^'.
and expressing for -himself the ut
most confidence in the result. Y?'e
are glad to note this attention to Mr
Dibble on his return to his constitu
ency after his Northern trip. It is
well deserved, and we hope that other
honors me in store lor him in the
A friend who has made a trip
through a portion of the Santee sec
tion gives us an account of the ei'oj s
that lie has scoa. on the way. Com,
he says, looks fair in all his travel'
except in the neighborhood of Fine
G rove Church over II all-w ay Swamp,
where there is an indication of fail
Tynah plantation, worked and con
trolled entirely by t olol'cd people
has about 175 acres of very line cot
ton. Mr. Russell Keller's old place,
on the opposite side of the swamp,
worked in I he same way, has also ?_'< (I
acres of excellent cotton, but (lie corn
is not good. ('apt. David Rush ha
cut 70 or SO acres of the finest oats,
which he is now sowing in peas.
The crops from Flcabite to Hull
man's seem to be sullcring.
It seems that our Community has
been sorely nlllictod of late by the
sudden visitations of Providence.
In our last issue we chronicled the
sad intelligence of the sudden death
of Mai. d. ,1. Salley, from apoplexy or
heart disease, and scarcely has the
shock of this public calamity passed
away, when we are called upon to
mourn the loss of aunt her estimable
and inllucntial citizen of our county,
who is lakeii oil' in the same way.
On Tuesday, the community was
startled by the announcement thai
Mr. Samuel K. Kickctihnkcr was no
lie was leading a meeting ill Dean
Swamp Baptist Church, and was en
gaged in prayer, w hen he tell dead.
Up lo the moment of his death he
was in perfect health.
We have known .Mr. liickcnbakcr
for a number iff years, and we have
ever found him a perfect gentleman, a
noble, citizen, and I rue hearted friend,
lie leaves a family of sons and
daughters who reflect honor upon bis
name, as a wise and faithful father.
In bis death the community has lost
a useful citizen.
Wi will conclude this feeble tribute
in the following words of a friend:
"When tlu> messengereniue, he was at
his post, and died while in prayer to
God. lie was noble ami true, the
embodiment of integrity and virtue
and a man of line Christian feeling.
He leaves a large family and many
friends to mourn his loss. .May the
('od of all grace comfort their
The Baptist Sunday School ( on
veiition. held lit Brnnehville on lasl
Friday, Saturday*nlld Sunday, was.a
most intvrcstiug'occasion, und in fact
the most successful meeting of this
body ever held yet. Fourteen Sun
day Schools were represented, and
the followingollicers were elected:
President---Tttev. !>. \Y. < 'uttino.
V icc-l'rcsidohls?\t\:v. II. .1. Eel
wards and h\ 11. Uiley.
Secretary?W. \. Edwards.
Treasurer?J. I\ Bruce.
Executive < oiuinittec d. C. I!-;.!:
er. L. W. Siiioak, S. P. Wells, Iii S.
Weeks und W. J. Snider,
j Kev. A. Buisl of Barn well, i lie
popular and clliciciil pastor of the
Baptist Church at Brnnchville, de
livered the address cd' weleonu'to the '?
Convention in a style and manner
that itfade all feel at home.
Prof. t.i. t). Uohinsou. of Aiigipstn.
the eminent organist, so woll known
throughout the state, by speeinl in
vitation, furnished the instrument
and the excellent music for the ocea
??ion. organizing a choir composed of
ladies from Sumtcr, Colletoii and
j (trnngehurg ('(unities.
Barnwcll (.'ounly Sunday School
Convention was represented by l\?t.
W. li. Duncan, licvs. A. Buisl and
.1. B. Morrow.
Colletoii County Sunday School
('(invention by Kev. S. W. A< keriuan
and M. B. Hill.
The following ministers, not a! j
ready mentioned, were also present:
Revs. W. .!. Snider. B. B. Bern . F.
P. Robertson and .1. .1. Ii. Stunden
On Sunday morning the church
was Iii led to its utmost rapacity, r.iidi
many were obliged to stand oul of
At Id o'clock Col. Duncan ad
dressed the Convention in an able
and eloquent speech, setting forth i'.s
duties and rcsponsihilii i"s
At I I o'clock. llo\. D. W. < 'uciiho
preached a most impressive seriuon
in hin usual ( hast;-and elegant style.
I u the ;i fternoi>:i Col. I human
again addressed the Sundae School
children in hi- well known happy
manner, enchaining the a;'.cutinn of
old and young during the whole lime
allotted to bis disi ourso.
The meeting was mos; harmonious
throughout, and the most gratifying
results uere altaineil.
A subscription of $1 l."> was raised
towards the payment of a Sunday
School Agent to travel within the
bound-, o'.' ibe I onveution.
The hospitality of the citizens of
Brauchville of all denominations
knew no bounds Their doors were
thrown bpyti lo delegates anil visi
The occasion will ever be remem
lie red with pleasure by all who at
The next meeting will be held at
St. t icorge's I lunch.
?l' Poxes Best I..?Hindi s Soap jusi
in. Will In-sohl low down by the
box or bar lo close consignment.
C. I). KolCTJOIIX.
The summer is now upon us and
Hie danger of fever and bowel alfec
tions attacking one i-* almost a cor i
luinty, but by keeping in thehoiison
bottle of the celebrated t Ionium j
Chainomile Tonic and taking ii ar i
cording lo directions, you w ill avoid
all the above diseases. Forsalconly
by Dr. d. G. Wanna maker.
The drug stoic where can g1 t your
money's worth is at Dr. .1. (J. W an
namaker, Orangeburg t'. II., S. c.
We buy ibe be.-i. keep the best, and
--ell il :il low prices, hence, if you w Mill
:in\ thing in I he-drug line, call and
see US. Wo keep a full line of bail
and looth brushes, toilet soups, per
fuinery, sponges, patent medicines:
make pivseriptions a specialty; will
j be found at our post, day or night.
Nouinlgmc this ii an internal remedy
I Ilmi never fails lo cure Neuralgia and
II endliche. It contain!* im (Quinine. Opium,
Morphine, Chlorid or Narcotic of any
kiml. Quick und perfectly sale in its
notion. Il coin mends itself m the alllictcd.
Hi n r, K \nkin ? Lamar,
Wholesale Agents, Atlanta.
For hiiIc le. I)r, A - C. Dukts, ami also by
I?r. J. (?. Wannamnkcr.
July ir> ini
Thousands use it, why hesitateV Joy to
the World! Woman is free*?Among the
many discoveries looking to tlio happiness
and amelioration of tin-human race, none
is entitled t" higher consideration than Dr.
J. Ilradficid's female Regulator, Woman's
Uest friend" IJy it woman is einaueipat
cd from numberless ills peculiar to her sex.
Befoie its magic power all irregularities of
the worn lish. Iteure? 'whites,' sup
pression i the 'uien. i >,' and removes
uterine obstructions. Ii cures constipation ]
ami streligious the System, braces the
nerves and purities the blood. It never]
t:ii'-, ;is thousands of women will teatify.
IJr dlield's rcmale ViVgulator,''Woman's
I'.' . t Kriciid." i- prepared by Dr. J. Itrad
liebl, Atlanta. (?a., price Si."?0 per bottle.
Sold by Dr. A. I*. Dukes, ami ah,, by Dr.
.1. <i. Waimainaker.
TiioMAsvii.i.i:,(?A., June 28, 1877.
I have been selling ISradlicld's female
lit giilatnr for years, aiid it still continues
popular? an evidence of its being all claim
ed for it. I can recall instance-" in which it
,iHorded relief after all the usual remedies
S. .1 ?-\n^ki.<, Druggist.
Respectfully returns his thanks to
his many cu>toint;rs for iheir past
patronage, und l opes to merit the
same in the future by keeping con
stautly on hau I fresh incuts of every
kind at his old slnni, in rearjif the
I'oslojjffcc, during Ihu present year.
POSTOFFICE MORUS AT ST MATTHEWS
Open :it 7 o clock a m., elo.-o at 1- in.:
open again at >i o'clock p. in., close at H
o'eloel; p. in.
J. .1. II. rTorokx.MiuK,
Asst. I'. M.
"THIIAT house whose buyers and sides
fl men have no i' ihicemcnts l<> idler bey
? ?nd the mere Iii vor of personal friendship
cannot compete with him whose cash,
brains and superior jiidg'ticul place before
you the same lines, ipialilies and values at
Iwoiity. ihirty,for/y, aye, even lift* per
line; couijielitioti, tlieiting froni the pa'sied
credit crew the wild despairiiig idi<itie,
"Huden goods, auction "goods, worthless
goods,*' ami the ab-iud exclamation. "Nol
houghl regular,'* iis if thai makes any
dillcrcucc lo die lucky put ha-er of olir
dge hammer bargain.-, it bought from thy
fashionable marble-fronted palace til high
price*, or houghl al half-price under the
hammer, wilhjh d flag Hying, by order Of
the .? Ii? ritt.'" and waiviiii! a sad farewell to
the victim of had debts imd worthless ledg
"for cash we oiler the following induee
i men I:"
, Mi? es 7"> tos] "?n T. I?. Measures^] 50
! i?rien Tea ;.'V IVsl Sonp ",e per lb
', Dressf?ood- ?'. to J'V Cotloiiades l "? t.. SOc
Mot nach Hak ine. l'.."d?-r'_?">.? per II..
TioruTalk ?_'?">? j.. rib. I Viol el Knives ?lo 7">
1 Knives X folks 00 to SI ?"? 1 Kon e pun ? to 8
! Axle Orease I?, 1*1 v l'rapi I > mode
Ihiygy W hips -J . |? 00?;
) I'.i!i- ot I 'rase Crockery low down to close
r. I). K< lUTJOHX.
Till. S'i'A'J K UK S< It; ill OA III I KIN A.
< lUA X'l.llCIM! ('. I'S l v.
UV c II. <.!.? ? v i i:, i:-.;i'ti: I . I'lUUIATK JCtMSK
Whereas, Kdwartl S Giilliii hath made
suit tu nu-. lo grant him Letters of Admin
i ist ration cum icsi a nr.ex o of the K>tatc and
eileds '.t Martha (iiillin. late of Orange
? hiirg County, deceased.
'I in Sc are Iheri lore (d cite and a hnniiish
I all and i-iiigalarlhe kindred and Creditors
ol the said Martha I'ritliu, late of
; drangchiiig County, decease*!, that iliey lie
i and ap|tear, before inc. in the Court
i.i I'rohale, lo be held at (Iraugehurg, (J. II..
'on ?pih ?liily next, after publication
hereof, til 11 o'ehu k in the forei.n, i .
-Li.w cau.-e, if liny they have, why the said
; .wlmini-i i aiimi shon <l uol he granted.
! Civeil under my Maud, this loth day ol
?Ilde, Ann.. I loioilli l.SsO.
i'l. s. I I!. |L (i|.l IVKU,
I Judge of I'rohale, Orangebiirg County,
i jnly Pi 1ft
j Ry virtue of an Kxccutinn to on
I directed. 1 will sell, ?I iM-aiigohurg U. II..
j S; ( '., during the legal hours of sale, to the
? highest ladder lor cadi, mi the lir i
Monday in .lue.nl. I.SSO, all ihe rigid, title
I and interest of the I >, Vn.lu.i in and lo the
! hd'ott ing propi rty in wil :
j ( lue Rnggy.
Levied on as the property of K S Phil
lip- ;.l the -nil -.1 Tin.- I'ceL
.1 II. LI VI Nt iSTl IN, .V.O. 0.
s'h. iiirN I'll.c . Uiaiigohtirg Countv, S. I.',
ji ly 171 It 1880.
jmic hi *>'
"new stork !
Having recently inivod into inv
New Stoic, 1 Would beg leave Id in
form my oid friends und ihu p,j hlic
generally thai 1 have and will cm
tinue to keep on h uid the
I'd rest Drugs,
Dc-t Taints and < Iiis,
Lamps and r-'ixtun ^,
fines) Cigars and Tohneeife,
Plain and Kiiuey ('an ?lies,
And in fact, everything usually ken;
in ii first class
I also occupy, with my family, the
rooms over the store, and therefore
will he aide to put up prescript ions
at any and till hours during the flight.
See bell on fron I door.
A.C. DlIK KS, M. 1).
oel 81 Is70 |y
J. DEE A3STDSIEWS,
\\ on Id It cpcel fully inform the t'ili/.ens
of Uraugehiirg, dial he has in charge the
Stock ami fixtures of/, .). King, at Wallace
Camion's Old Stand. Main Siii-el - where
he w ill he ghpl to sei'VC his Ii i, nil- and the
public w ith niiythillg in his lino of trade.
Kvcrv thing Irish and pure, and ctiaran
teed to give satisfaction. A lull line 6T
GOODS kepi const ;i n t! v nu ha ml ?
lloin am) raised in Orangebiirg,* 1 hojie
to receive a liberal share of I he patronage
of my Fellow-Citizens.
,J. DEE AN Din:WS.
may 21 fv
_ ii ,ebu.zt~^? ".t '/? L2
l'.y virtue of tin order made in the Court
of Common Pleas in the action of Lovick
10. I>. Bowman against F. I!. W. Brigginan,
I ?rill well at Orungebnrg,!). II., on the first
Monday in August next, within the legal
hoar-, the following Lttml Instate in the
Town and County of Orangeburg, consist
ing of Lots No. 1 and No. - :
Lot No I. All that lot of land in the
Town of Orangobiirg with the iiuprove
mviits llici'cou, fronting on UnsseH streets
measuring ivculy-ninu feet ami six inches
wi front, in rear, twenty-eight feet and six
inches, ami in depth two handled and
Iweiuy-tive feel, more or less; bounded
Norlli Ktisl by .J. F. Addon's lot,South Bast
by UusKell street, South West by lot of If.
Add. ii, and Smith West liv the next or lot
No. '-' All that lot in said Town with
the Itiiildings thereon, situate on Amelia,
street, no usuring cm s:iid street one hundred
and liny feet, in depth two hundred and
tii.iiv feet, none or less; bounded North
West by Amelia street. North Bast by
lauds of J. Strms- .V: t.'o.. South Ka?t bv
land id I. V. Adden, lot No. 1,11. Adde'n
I and others, and South West by lauds of Ml
I?. Tread well and l> boiiis.
Terms?One-fmrth cash, and the bal
ance on a credit ol one, two und three years,
secured hy bond and niortgnge of the premi
ses with interest from thcuay of-ale. The
buildings to lie insiireil and die policies
assigned to the Master. I'ttrobascrn to pa/
loi |*ii] er- and recording
A aster's O'llieu | T1IOS. W. GLOVER:
Juli 1880. / Master.
A neat Dwelling with I Booms, Fin;
Places, and Kitchen attached, with si Bot.
- at re; in a healthy location. Terms made
ea *y. A ppy to
T. C HuniiKi.i., Auctioneer.
(\!iaU))t;ti:;ii Lurgcr Jlccr*
/ bottled by the liiiglish bottling Cu.;
prescribed by Physicians as die most,
healthy beverage in tin-world. Fresh and
pure, for sale at Wallace Cannon'sohl
- .,ii l. by .1. |)KK ANIMI KWS, Agt;
Por sale mi reasonable terms.
Al'.n a large In', uf gootl son tin
( JOW I* A'ES
By I!. S..KKXNKKER.
jiiuo I tf
St hi 1:11 Ca rol inn 1.'nil l!oa?l
P;?s ;e:tgcr Depart lllcilA
citANUK or sen rtu i.r.
<>n and after May tilth, 1880, Passenger
Trains on this Head will run as to 1 lows :
(till further orders. I
Urecnvillc Express Train,
Leave Columbia at.I 15 V M.
\ reive a! ?'.linden at. 7 -lo "
Leave Orllnuebiirg.6 05 "
Arrive at Charleston.? 00 "
Leave Charleston at. ? I". AM.
j Leave OrtUigelntrg at. 8 10 "
Leave t'amden at. 7 UO ?
Arrive at Columbia at.1" .".0 "
Way freight ami 1'as.sengerTrains.
Leave Columbia. ? 10 A M
Arrive a! < amdcii.I'2 00 P M,
LeaveOratigeburg.10 08 A M.
An in at i harlestori. ? ?? - 00 r M
.1 ugusta. :> *25 " ?
Leave Charte -t >n. '?? 00 A M
?' Augusta. s oo
?? Orttngchurg. 1 15 1' M
Arrive at Cobunhia. 5 37 '*
:; I'assengers leaving Columbia or'Char
lestou on tle^se train-haw- lo change cars
at IbanehviMc to reach Charleston at 2 00
j. m ??! Colombia at ? :^7 p ill.
Nigltl Kx|iress Train.
Leave r'olunibia. 0 30 I? M
?? Drangehttrg. 12 -o A .\?
Arrive at Align-in . -1 50 <4
t Ibnrlestoii. ?', 20 "
Passengers to arrive in Charleston et il 20
A. M , have to change cars at llratichvillo'
if they :ire n t in die sleeping cars, which!
goes through without :i change.
I uoiSO wi:sr
Leave Charleston. 0 05 P
Augusta. 7 10 "
Ornngebitrj?. 2 45 A
\rrive at < ohimhin. t> 10 "
New York Kxnro.ss
goino i; ?st
l.i live Orangebiirg . ? 17 A M
Arrive at Angiista. ;? 21 '?
i.eai ? Ausu-I i. 0 00 P M
A nice.at 1 'r augchurg. '.) 57 "
T!i. l!r ciivilie Kxpresi ami the
n. lit ! \;>i -- Trains will run daily.
AM othe; t aius will run daily except Sun
oay<. Sleopinir-Caw are albieiied to Night
Kxpri s-. Ileiihs oaly $1 50 lo Charleston
'; or \ ? i ;.i I'hc-etrains make sure con
| lie. -Ii i-.- u < iiar'.cslnn with New York and
j Kaliiinoic S| aiiicrs oh Wediiesilays and
Satiuooys a -<. \v i;li I'hu ida Steamers on!
I'ne-.l.i s and .Siiinrdayn, also with 7 a in
tram S tX Kailin.nl for Savannah and
Florida Points. Connections made hy
oihci icaiio aj Aii'ii'^ta iiMlh trains from and
in !!?.??? , ..; <:. also with all trains from and
t..?. harli ? in. 1' i' A I, LION,
ii V & T A.
.ItHI N I! PK< K. < .eiieral Snpt.
.1 t ij ppsT.'il.l., Vgt.,OraiVKftbnrg,'S. C.
^^rrT^TT^ FAILS TO
/AVs^^ZA ? CONSTIPATION,
job Li \ r.n UUI5K Pur a'l diseases of
die liver, skiii. IioWcIs, stomach, and kid
neys, it ha- no equal, it \fi daily use by
lhoii.<-ands, "il over i he country ?Im volun
tarily res'ify lo its mclils; Il is entirely
vegetable, perfectly hnhnless, and cm he
la ken by persons at' ah ag<?'. Try it once,
and yon will hol ivjre. il.
Sample kittle- in,I jt-j kngc, 25 cents.
I iH ru,e bolllc's. $1; large package, 50 cents.
Sold eVerv \? here.
Sole /Vbprietors, Charleston, S.
For sale bv Df..l. ?>? WanutunaKer. and
also hy Dr A C lhiheA.
aprl !> Om
tAboice Chciviiiff amlSinohiiitf
J Tobacco,brandy Peaches.&c., at Wal
lace CcnnonS*. old htand