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TP\m? Orangeburg Tirries
L O C A Ls
*t%c Jail needs white washing.
ilrnekberries are plentiful.
Mr. Street's vegetable garden looks
The weather is getting very warm
To-day being election day,
the stores will be elosed.
A neat awning has been put up in
front of Mr. Pike's store.
Rev. O. A. Darby preachcj! an able
ncrruoQ in the Presby teriau Church
music ia the Presbyteriah
Church on Sunday was highly ap
Why don't the stores close these
dull days at G o'clock, and give our
young men a chance for recreation?
Col. Alfred Rhett has been re-ap
pointed by Gov. Hagood as Chief
Constable of the State. A good ap
Mr. T. D. Wolfe caught a rock
flsh iu the Edisto last week, weigh
ing 17 pounds. Mr. Tony Champ}'
alsc caught one weighing 10 pounds.
Mr. Townseud Wolfe is about com
mencing his fine brick store and resi
dence on Russell street. The fencing
is torn down preparatory to laying
We regret to learn of the serious
illness of the ?mother of Uiir lowhsihun
Mr. YV. .JL Thompson, at her home
in ?forth Carolina. Mr. Thompson
has gone tobe with her.
- ??? ? >? - - - ^summc^*?-.
We saw a combination desk made
by Mr. II. G. Retail) for Capt. Hamil
ton which reflects great ciedit upon
the skill and workmanship of tltw
maker. It is a line piece of work.
The State Agricultural Depart
ment has received already promises
bf assistance from about a dozen
bounties in procuring exhibits for the
?. ?? - - . mw&m*m
The Sunday School meeting id, the
Presbyterian Church on Siiriday' af
ternoon was an interesting occasion.
Dr. Rraekctt giving the cht'tirfc'fi an
The Columbia Base Hall dubs wiil
be in Orangoburg to-morrow to give
bur hoys another tilt hut we hop'o not
another beat. Let its give them a
? ? ?? I i?- ?
A young man of our town of dp
fnciitie proclivities set a hen recently
bn twelve eggs. ()ne egg spoiled; itncl
jr'et thirteen chickens were hatched
but. He is at a loss to solve the
Mr. A. .1. Ruple presented tts wdth
some line ripe peaches from his orch
ard already: This is early, aiid, con
?idering the unfavorable wen t Her,
we hope it is an indication of a1 bet
ter fruit year than we imagini-d:
A colored woman died in. Mr. J.
V; Pike's yard, on Sunday, from jf.fij
ctfects of an operation performed
upon her on Wednesday tor a tumor.
The knife for tumor or cancer seldom
.... IMP ? -
A fine mare of Mr. S. M. Fairoy's
was found in the stable on Sunday
looming, apparently foundered.
Whether it was ridden iu the night
by some rogue an I left in this condi
iitfn is an undecided question';
*" Lame bank,- brrnbago, scfrttirfi1,- and
all diseases of the kidneys,- IS rudder,
and urinary dVgans are pfSWlively
aud permanent!}' cured by thr
wonderful new remedy, Prof: Guli
hiette's Kidney Pad.
Great disappointment wrVs' felt In
our toWtr at the absence of Dr. GiVa
deau from the installation services of
Rev. J. D. A; R-'rown. He \tato de
tained at home by the serioiVs illness
6f a little grand daughter.
What Ira's tlio Committee on' Tm
nVigra'ti6h, appointed by the Agr'iciVl
fttral |Soei'tty beetv doing? We' call
upon Dr. John C. Dolman, Mr. K: N.
Chisolm and Mr. Samuel Dibble to
. "Who tied mine boat loose?" This
ife the all absorbing question of the
day. No doubt it is so-lne ex-ollicinl
who htm been running lohst? so long
that he hits taken to the stvnmp and
wants to tie evd'rythiiig else loose.
Rice! Rice!; Rice!-?Strauss & Co.
tire now retailing elorr'ivRice at (>, S, Id
and 12 cents per quart,und will con
tinue to do so in the luttire. Larger
(Quantities sohl in uch' illicit per. Come
due! come nil! and buy 3'<mi- Rice by
the pint, quart, peck or btishcl, get
tin jj it always fresh from mill;
Oh'liist Saturday little'NinSt' Oli
Veros, while playing on the hank of
rtie river,-f?ll in,-and went to the
bottom, and was' only saved from
disowning- by the pi-dinptness and
jir'csi'hed df mind of Master Claude
Nett fiel- lind her brotllciy Clifford Oli
rerds,- beys about twelve or fifteen
ydht*s of age. It was a lidl row' es
The ruin storm last night was
most refreshing and will undoubtedly
benefit the gardens and field crops.
Mr. Kirk Robinson advortios valu
able real estate for sale to-day. Read
See change in advertisement o
Mr. Henry Kohn's White Sewing
We regret to hear of the feeble
health of Rev. T. II. .Legare. -His
condition prevented him from taking
part in the installation services on
The great new hall of the Agricul
tu nil Society in Charleston was used
last night for the first time for a
grand Democratic rally in support of
Hon. Samuel Dibble for Congress.
Agents wanted for "Kings Moun
tain and its Heroes." Call at this
office if you mean work, and want to
make some money. None hut the
best need apply.
Col. A. D. Goodwyn caught in the
Congaree on Tuesday, and forward
ed to the Fish Commissioner's office,
a salmon, six iuches in length. Tint,
is tansriblc evidence.
Dr. A. M. Snider will go to Toronto
Can adit on the J5th to attend the
Iniernational Sunday School Con
vention to he held in that city. We
wish him a pleasant time.
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Thanks to Mr. W. F. Rhaiue for a
neat pamphlet containing the pro
ceedings of the annual mooting of the
Order of Odd Fellows of the ?tutt
at Suuifer in April.
A large company of negroes from
the plantations, about Char left ton got
as far as ..New York on their way to
Liberia and were driven hack to
their native foil oj" adverse reports
from tliat countrv.
We are glad to learn UtV.t Mrs. 0.
W.. l-truuson, who went Hwny some
time ugU Wr Ife'r hchlth, has been so
much benefited that she has re
turned to her home. We hope sh?
may continue to improve until her
recovery may be per nut pent.
The iXt.w* utuf (Jaunt r says thai
Mr. K. J. Cage, a drummer of Char
leston, has just made a thorough
canvass of Oramreburg County, ami
finds the crops all good except oats.
We hope Mr. Gage has not .over
drawn the picture.
A -ffnifd ?f music and I He it ml leal
leaders went up to Low is vi lie oil Sat
dny to got up a Markey dchibiistra
tion. We hear that some of the hack
speakers held forth, hut nobody
seems to know what they said, and
wo doubt if they know themselves.
Davis' Rook, "Rise and Fall of the
Confederacy." Mr. L. It. Marshall,
the agent for Orange burg County
will soon be delivering the above
work, tosilhserihcrs; and those who
wish to subscribe may look for him
in few d?ys;
We hcertr considerables talk of mak
ing Roiling Springs a kind of sum
mer resoil for our county. Several
families speak of spending a few
months at this excellent spring. The
medical qualities of its waters are
well known. We hope it may be
come a favorite place for rusticating.
Rev. T. M. dolphin; the new
pastor of theHupt ist Church of mil
town preae-frod his first sermon before
. his new charge on last Sunday, ami
produced, we understand a very
favorable rrnioressiorr.- >fe a young"
and active preacher afYiI i.t' caFciYlateil
: to advance the Master's cause wherc
I eve>-hc? may he east.
Th'anks to Mr. A. C, Wi^httfran
! for a (ViAYplifarntnry rrrVi^ntifnVr6 at
tend a pic-nie at South Lyons Aeade
jiiiy ?nr Friday, dime 2lib, given un
;der trV-e auswiees of the school ol
\ which Mr. Wightman rs the efficient
j lea eher: Th'e people in JthVs section
do all things Well in ?Vi-b line, and we
predict a pleasant and happy dirty for
all confer inkl/
The Orangoburg hoy's vVcVe not
vict-M-Vmi last week in CAti'uft'hiii,
hoft they were splendidly treated by
the Columbians. They all came
home b?'i tiding good words for the
hospitality of the dili^cii's of the
capital' city, i"3 tjliey dilti n't bring the
lauii'ls. The.' st'oVe between the
"College* Nine" Of Coh'Ynhin' and the
"Daisy (Mub" of ?rangchiirg stood
22 to* 14. That of the boys' club
stood, for Columbia HH, a*ud for* ,0r
iangehiirg 'MS: We hope otIV hoys
will' du better t'litt next1 time.
D.':At.* SlVaker, notoriohs in Or
angeHVrr?- as a leading Radical politi
cian, *,Vho was appointed a deputy
custolns'Mnspector under R. II. Elliott
[a fevV mouths ago, hits received a
!ndtilictilioh of his' removal by the
authorities at Washington. Straker
had a ni?c Mile" place, whh'h pilid
him fdiir dollars a day and \\\k trav
eling cxpensbs, ihid hall Vflry little to
'do.' His tlppoiiitmdut was made fdr
campaign reasons al the request of
Eilitit't, and it is thought by those
who keep posted on such matters that
this removal'is' but the prceilrsdr to
the removal of Elliott.
The indications nie that the ap
proaching Municipal Election will
be an exciting one. The question of
"wet" or "dry," we believe, will be
sprung. The issue Iuib never been
squarely made before. A comprom
ise hits generally been made. We
dislike to see the issue drawn, be
cause thbro w ill be extremists on
both sides', and all exciting wrangles
in small communities are injurious.
We understand that Mr. B. Frank
Slater, while In Charleston last week,
called upon Mr. I). C. Allen, the
efficient and accommodating Ticket
Agent of the -.G: It. lt., add through
tbe courtesy and public spirit of that
gentleman, secured very liberal re
ductious of Railroad l*rir>i mr persons
visiting the Glass Ball T?Mrnttineiit
in our town on the l?th inSt. The
price is one fare.
A number of our subscribers Have
responded cheerfully, and promptly
to the cross on their paper*; 'o whom
we return our thanks. There are
others, however, who are still in ar
rears, wdiose papers will be discon
tinued after this issue, and their ac
counts collected, unless they call at
Mr. K. 1 obinson\s b fore our going to
press next Wednesday, and settle up.
This is our last notice on this sub
Grinding! Grinding! Grinding! ?
Strauss *k Co., have arranged their
grist mill so that no customer in
future on Saturday will have to wait
more than a few minutes to have
their corn ground. They have put
their mill in first-class repair, and
will in luttire pay special attention
to their grinding department,
cracking corn for stock on half toll.
Kindly thanking their eustomois ?V?r
their liberal patronage in the past,
they ask for a continuance of the
sattle in the future.
This week has been examination
week with Chitlin University. All
tlic vi iibrs testily to .he pro
licieney exhibited by the students ill
their vat ions recitations, and the fine
decorum of the institution. About
fiftv or sixty pupils were examined
in Prof Hey wards room in English
Grammar, showing a remarkable de
gree of perfection, and reflec ting
credit lipon this rigid and thorough
teacher; Prof. LaRoche examined a
number in his department on me
chanics and phihfri.'-'pl'y; rrVkuig
them take part iu the philosophical
expert hi fit and iflhstrations; exhibit
ingtotho public their understand
ing of the subjects treated. Miss
Bngnall carried her pupils through a
comprehensive review of English
literature and history, a very pleas
ing branch of study. Prof. DeTre
ville gave his classes a rigid ex ami
niltion in t.lgohra, geometry ami
higher mathematics, in which they
showed the excellent training bf
their instructor. Prof. Lawrence':*
classes in- Greek and Latin, made;
splcirditi.rt'.citntP-'ns,' bb't fri*refy In
translation; but in explaining the
grammatical structure of tbe sen
tomes, and the relation of the various
words to iavh other, an exercise
'vliich lea'.'hera are loo prone to neg
lect in sonn? of our schools. Penman
ship is thoroughly taught in this
institution by Prof. LaRoche, and
some beautiful sj'ietnhens 'Ver* ,v*?
hibited at the examination. The
baccf.li- lirei tt sermon b\ Dr. Cooke
on "Duty," was pound, practical and
impressive, and we hope will pro
duce good. Interesting exercises
consisting of speeches 4c, by, the
juniors, were conducted in the chapel
on Tuesday night; und yesterday
afternoon, the commencement oxer-,
ciscs proper were held, a large audi
ence heilig present: The ppeec'hef
were all good, both in composition
ami delivery. Ten graduates were
given certificates or diplomas. Dr.
Cooke'r,' rr'snagement of thl*V institu
tion tija's been wine a fit! ?oiiM?rV'Vtive,
and the good frtliM art lV6V? aifyenr
ing to'the' p'irlilic.'
Dr. J. G. Wannatnaker has jAat
received the finest stock of cigfrs,
cigarettes, smoking and chewing
tobacco:*' $$6v ortt-nWl; iVr ?Vaj\geluirg.
The Di. neVi'l' k'ee|Vs ally thing but
the best of good's in his line and we
take pleasure in calling attention to
these good 8. Go down au d try them
The summer days tire long n'nd hot,
ami if you feel tired und oVtb^?rttc
with'lWiit, there I'V frMhiiv^ that will
make V?Mi *Vel b'ett^r and cool'yob oil'
quicker tliSSViiVglast*?l' pV. Wanna.
makcr's pm'\ Cold1 ??da water with,
fruit and cream syrups, drawn from'
the celebrated John Ma thews nppa
ratat the low price of 5 cents a
glass. Also the valuable tonic Pe
ruvian Beer will be drawn fresh from
the fountain. Go and be refreshed.
There is no use in drugging your
self to death, and buying all the vile
medicines for internal use when you
can be cured of fever and ague, dumb
ague, billious disorders,- jttumlico,
dyspepsia, its' >?m*M1 flta till disrShleis
and ailnidhts of the liVof, WhSdd and
isloiiijidli,' by, wetiriiig- one bf Prof.
!Gtmfetd?B Fi'rjnch' lVVei; pads, which
is a ain't! <;ih-e evi? y tiiite. If your
druggist doestiol keejl the ilKjjL send
$l.fj() in a letter to French Pad Co.,
Toledo, O., and if wdlj be seht you by
return mail. It is the only pad that
is guaranteed to' etile. Beware of
counterfeits. nhiy 19
County Commissioner!-)1 Office,
Oiangeburg, S. C, May 31. 1881.
"VTCT/ICE is hereby given that the
X1 undersigned will Attend on the 6th
day of July 18H1. at the ftcw Bridge across
South Kdiato RitaV 'dVi the Road leading
from BlaeVville, 3". C., Vo Columbia. S. C?
for tlie. ttVUrj )??30 d!f r*Vettitig o?t" the half of I
Bai'd Bridge i,which by law is repaiid l?y
j OraUttcliuiK County) for repair* <&c
\ SpttJ JK^iI on* hnVde knov 'h on dav of Pile
I For a bW of more than one hundred
j dollars; a Bond with approved sureties for
double the Aw Hunt o . bid, for the faithful
! performance of (ho wo?K, will be required.
I The lowest responsible lliddvr will be
j awarded the fccin?-jct' tne jigUt ..to _ reject
I any and all bids' being however reserved.
By o.der. .
JAS. A. FANNING.
, ,. Co. Com.
C B. C. C; t>. CU, S. C
jun 9 td
Belinqu?nX kaWa~fdr Stile for the
T#x df 1879} 1878 and 1877.
Amelia Township?Lizzie M. Clark,1
lot; Fannie Pierce, 1 lot, 2 buildings;
M A Wnllihfc uhd Ellen llowell, 1 lot;
Mr?. Litlilra/elgler. 900 acr?5. 4 buildings.
Catv-C?w?Mrs. Hmma Zeigler, 30V
Cow Castle?Cello Bowman, 16 ncrcs, 1
EtTfitu?Mr?. Elizabeth Sincak. 1 0 ncres,
Elizabeth?Mrs. E. C. Ilarlcy, 10 acres;
J K Watts; 125 ne-es.
(Jood ahd?Martha E Gardner, 78 acres.
litbrdu?Mr*. Ii L Willis and >V Guruey,
6461 acres; E E Wolfe, 130 acH-s.
Libwrty?bttiiiin Struruan, '26 acre-*, 2
Crange?Primus T Burwick, 1 lot; Peter
Cahlwell. 97 acres. 4 building!?; Simon M
Jones, t-'CO acres, 6 buildings.
Pine Grove?ED fcaaj ortas, 157 acres,
Union?William Coilman, 21 acres, 1
building; Prink Williams, 3? acres.
Vaitces?John 0 Tucker, '28 acres.
Willow?Andrew \\ Sin?ak, 00 acres.
Zion?James Wolfe, 190 acres, 3 build
Amelia?Mrs. Xiuiutl Zeigler, 900 acres,
4 buildings. *
Caw-Caw?Mrs. Emma Zeigler, 300
Arne in?Mrs. Emma Zeigler, 900
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDI TOR,
O U A KU Kilt! RO CoL'NTY.
Orangeburg, C. IL, S. C, June 7th 1SS1.
Notice id hereby given that the whole of
the several parcels, lots And parts of lots of
lit ?l Estate described in the procoedtug
list, or so much thereof as will he neeessaiy
to pay the taxes, penalties and assessment.-*
charged thereon, will he sold by th ?
Treasurer of t)ra" gehiiri Cotta v, ooutii
Card'ilia, at his office in said Coun'v o i
Mo.ica_ , "he -7th day of June,jinstan , 13*.,
unliFK said taxes, . HSCKHUicnt* and pe allies
he paid before lhat time; ami such sa c irill
he continued from day t?i day until all of
''id'J prtfctl?; lota to>d parts of lou ui keui
Estate (dial! he .-ehl of offered for sale.
DON ALT) It. PAUTDNj
Auditor Uraugeburg Countv.
June 7th 1??1.
jun 9 ft
Soittli Carolina Ii;til Road
Passenger Elcpart incut
CIIAXOK OK SCIIKUCLr.
On and after May 15th, 1SS1 P?*> enger
Trains on this Road will run ;h follows:
C Li 11 fui liter not ice.)
(irceuville Kxuress Train.
OOIMG KAsT tOAll.Y KXCK1T hl NOA1.)
Leave Columbia at.tf.00 I' *c
Arrive at (.'(un/'jei'f at.S JA "
: LeaVc 0'rrti\gel/ufg.??' .V.'.'..'...7 ."?7 "
Arrive at Charleston.10 45 "
UOISO WEST (DAlf.Y Ktf?El'T 8CXl> VY.)
Leave Charleston at.01). A M.
Leave Orahgebttrg at.?. H -f;>
Leave Cam Jen at. 0 15 u
Arrive at Columbia at..'..'.'.10 o5 "
Way Freight and raKseiigerTraiLa?Dally
r uOlXd EAST.'
?Leitrc Coiiimbia.- . G 30 A M
Arrive at Camden.12 4? P M
LeaveOrangeburg.10 IS \ M
Aritteat .4iigusin. 8 20 P Nl
" ( h'arleston >??uV?Vf.';'.'/.. 1 ?3 P M|
; GOlX? AVtt?T (DA \ UX EXc'Krr Sv^pjLTA
* Leavo Charleston......'. ? 05 A M
Augusta. 7 5?") '*
. Orangeburg,..';.'.*. 1 '20 P M
Arrive at Columbia.~. 5 30 "
* Passengers leaving Columbia or '"har
le-ton on these trains have to change cars
at Braituhville to reach Charleston at 1 65
\. m oi Columbia at 5 SO p m*
Night KxpresH Trains?Daily.
Leave Columbia.9 00 P M
I ?} Ofangcburg.12 SI A M
j Arriv? kV A'llgn ta. 7 25
" Charleston. .- b 35 M
ooiKU wr.-r, iJAti.Y
LeaV6 Charlertlon. 8 10 P M
?' Augusta. 7 00
'? Or'aiigcburg. 1 02 A M
AiTiVdrtl Cbluuibia... 5 30 "
? t.A C/iliU?bia Division Night Express
Trains run daily; all other trains daily ex
On Augusta Division all Pa?senger Trains
Sleeping Cars arc attached to Night Ex
pi ess Truths?berths only $1.00? between
Columbia, Charleston tin'd Ailgustn. On
!Saturdays and Sundays, round trip tickets
'are sohl t?' and from all Aafiuhs at one
liist class fare for the round trip, good till
I Monday tlooh lo retina. Excursion tick
ets good for fed days are' regithiVly oil sah
nt six cents per miie lor round trip to and
from all st'aticiis. Connections riiade at
Columbia with Greenville and Columbia
and Charluiie, Columbia and Augusta Rail
roads at Charlotte Juiictisil by train arriv
iiijj at Columbia at 10.35 A. M.. and loav
ing Coitiuibia at tl.OO P. M. to and fiom all
points on bolbioads. At Charleston with
steam era lor New York oti Wednesdays and
Saturdays; also with steamers for Jnck>on
vil e, Ftu., and points ,on St. Johii Rivei
and with ^avauhah and'Char'.eston Rai.
road to ltd pointa South.
Connections are made at Augusta with
Georgia Rai road and Cciltr"al .Uallrotd to
and lVotlV all points West and South.
Through tickets ciUi M'c purchased to nil
points aoulh'aiUI Wost, by apdlyiilg'tb
D.CALLEN, ? P & T A.
JOHN IJ PEoK; tiertertii SiipL
J G. POSTlibh, Agt.; Ontiige.biirg; Si C.
. , F"dr thb Summbr months:
itLlc*s ?1 50, $2 ancl $2 60 per day.
Aucordiiig to Location of Room.
Charlebton, S. C.
KI RK ROBINSON,
insurance and Gollocting JLgent.
Reprebeii'ring si number of Old aii<l Kollnl>l?? <'omi>nailCH, I am pre*
pared ft issue. POLICIES on all classes or Properly at FAIR and REASONABLE
In addition to my Collecting Budncsa, will attend to I'Ur'chnMlng ami fk*Hlln;5
A desirable Residence in.tbo Town, conveniently located for business men, IhvclluiZ
two stories; and l>os Eigbt Rooms, with Kitchen and Pantry attached, Servant's llou*o
and Slable.ou Premises. .
A New One Story Cottage, three Rooms and Kitchen arid Pantrr attached, Servant's
House on 1'remifles Located in a healthy and desir?lde, part ofthij T.owq., ( .
A Plantation of .'U'J acres, more or less. \ under cultivation. Located about 4} mi!ei
So Ith of Oraiigeburg, C. IL. on the 8. C.. R. R. Duelling ?nd outhousescjri PrcnNtM.
Abo for .-ule several budding Lots in thii town, And one building Lot at Row&ville,
s l; . . .
A RM?LI. FARM in the Town, with a Vineyard of about 1 acres in good cultivation
Dwell mg and Kitchen oil premises. Terms reasonable.
Sup ?rldtive ih its
Stnnds acknowledge I
Ornngcl>iirg, 8. C.
ocl 1 1880 lv
df Sewing Machine's:
It hits the Fibcst Fished Wood
Work, and is the
Machine in the Market:
Its Shuttle Is Self-thread!tig;
Its' Needle is Self setting)
Its Bohl tin's can be filled without
removing work or attachments:
Sb;shljpV>; constructed and Light
Running, that a child can use iL.
Warrented for live years.
NEW FLOUR MILL
Having just erected a New and Complete Flouring Mil!, lam now
prepared to turn out a lirst-elass -''LOUR, atid guarantee a better Turn'
(Jut to the quantity of wheat, and do it Iii a shorter time than any other
mill in the cdun'ty. I ant also prepared to furnish Lumber on short notice.
Abo a Large and well selected stock ?f
Always at hand and sold at Lowest Prices. I invite the attention of every
one to the above enterprises, niid guarantee satisfaction iu ever par
ticular. Give nie a trial.
Grinding oh every Friday and Saturday.'
tl JL TAT LQ-R, Lvou Township.
THE UNDE it SIGNED
A |fFern <t? Iii? frieiiQa ?PS?! the
f>tib!iu, :it the Btore recently oscu^icu
A full Stock of General
A call solicited 'jaM satisfaction giiaran
Will he made a spctdaTfy.
W; ft THOMPSON;
june 4 1SS0 ly
A KI fi UK IT. LEWliI,
PH ?TOG R APH J3R,
OR A XGEBURG, S, C.
Now :it A. P. Avitiger's Store,
Vu hoes' Perry.
Done in the best nntnncr and on the
most reasonable terms. Also
Of every description clone on the
short eat notice and d'L mo'der'u'ie
\V?-r'k respectfully Solicited.
SV. II. ftONYELf/,
Opposite Hat-ley's Corner,
Regular und Trnnsicnl Hoarders can get
good and reasonable I'.oar I at this excel
lent Hoarding Mouse which 1 have opened
to meet the growing needs of Orangeburg.
It 7.' local!d in a desirable locality, con
venienl to die business portion of the town
and Ira veiling'public.
K. 11. \V. RlMtiGM ANN.
mar 10 3iit
Sheriff's S?l es.
\ By yirttjo of a warrant to foreclose a
I Lien on crojl,'t**i ni'J i&'ietlj l y the Cletjkdf
Court of Orangebnrg CoJUuy, I Will sell at
the Into Hesidencc of Edwi'Vd M. Hughes,
oi? the place known as the, "Baily F/Jace,"
of Sunuicl pibjiie, on Thnmiay. the Kith
June, 1881, during tlie legal hours of ijule,
the crops planted .by the said Edward M.
Hughes, on said ".lhuly Place," and, con
stating of about 20 acres of cotton, 11) acres
of corn, about 11 acjen of rice and ntyoiit 10
acres of' oats, levied op as the property of
Hnid^, Edward M. Hughes, under lien of
Samuel Dibble. Terms Cash!
Sheriff, O. Qo., C. If , 8. C.
Sheriff's Office, May 19, 1d*=*l.
VARIETY STOB, II
T. C: H?BBELL,
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All Illustraed Papers and S\in^ay Maga
zines, Sea Side Library, ..&"c,, uj&jp whicu.
tlie minds of the Old a? well as the Young
can be improved. ., ?. , , .
.All orders for Hooks Papers' &C,.., cntrth't
eo tomewiil receive prompt attention. . .
DEPARTMENT OF Dpi.xoacie?
\y here the .body can be Refreshed with
Pure CainHenqG all kinds, . Ice Crc tin of the
richest and purest flavors every d*v, ex
cept Sunda>. final ll A. M to 10 P, M.
Tlie Saloon is neat and private, and ladies
can feel at home
Lemohtfdpjjpulc with pure Lemon Juice
and Lo.d" StlgT.?. .
Fresh Cliarh'sp^n. Patent Bread, every
morning by Express. Also Currant and
Potato lb-cad. and various other Articles,
too numerous to mention. Call and rCe for
voursedv.'s. T. C. HUBBKLL,
may 10?Gm hussell Stre-je
Mower and KeapW;
1AM offering to sell the best Mower nnd.
Reaper invented. Have used fnur
diilcrcnt machines in the last twelve
years, and am) satisfied that, the NEW,
CHAMPION Machine for the ^Sout.h w'U.I,
pay for itself in less than one day in good
pvavinca. 1 will keep oji hand all parts pij
I the eVa'chiile that are suj.yec^ to . ware an^
1 brake/something thrij. IfJJiSt done J?j jfn7,
one else veiling' liit^tueB. neaV^r, $ian,
Haltitiiore or Ricnmoijtt. , X will als,o seV y^p
;and start to work< ju?rrffye all necesVary
'. instructions' in'/ygariV toth'eni. Send for
circular ati'V price.' . ,
J. a\ pe1*ERJtIN,
THE RESTLESS & SLEEPLESS'
Watchmaker and Jewellor,1
??raiVKehnnj, 8. C.'
Prices will tell 1 Facts oro stubborn things!'
Where cat!'I get the goods I want?
Where can 1 get the Latest Stylqs? ^.
WhjBte, v$t\ 1 get tlie goods that give, me
liest SAtisVaulloiljanil at tlie Lowest Price.?,.
These are questions that interest ovory
btldiicse man. Answer: At ,
At Jos. Eros' Store? .
Attorney and Oounseller t La\/
jOKlcc corner of Court House SquanT
and Church Street, the ?ame
formerly owned and oc
cupied by Win, ?L