Newspaper Page Text
"Xho Orangebixrg Times
L O C -A. Hi n
The Glorious 'Fourth.?Tiiis na
tional holiday was celebrated by the
?colored people who came into town in
,pretty considerable numbers and a
?mused themselves with a bund of rhu
sic and other diversions. They
wound up the whole with a big dance
? at night at the Engine ?house.
Blocking the Post Office.?
Webster and Mb attaches were start
led on last Thursday by the arrival
of about a ton of mail for Congress
?man Dibble iu the shape of ollicial
documents which had accumulated
in Washington for hitn. They had
to be conveyed from the .pcyst olliee in
A-FINEGame.?A very spirited
: game- of base bull was played on last
Thursday evening between the Col
umbia club aud the Orangeburg Dai
sy club. It was said to be the best
game of the season. The score -stood
14 to 15 in favor of the Columbia
club. The victors had little to boast
over, the contest being so close, that
all hands could feel victorious. ?
A Mauk ok Respect.?The Edisto
?Rifles were mustcriugfor parade ami
'target practice on the 4th iu accord
ance with previous appointment,
when, intelligencehaviug arrived of
the sinking condition of President
'Garfield'hca?ai; was indcfliutely p/?s
poned asa mark of respect for the
A Runaway.?A couple of horses
!ran away with a wagon of-Mrs. Dan
ger's ou Glover street on the 4th,.
throwing out a little boy who was
driving, and ruunuig over him, up-'
setting the wagon in the ditch and
'doing other things too marvelous to
mention, and yet, strange to say, no
damage was bone. 'It was a regular
4th of July demonstration.
State Grange.?Col. T. Vv. llol
doway writes to Capt E. J. ??Fehler
that the Summer meeting of IhcState
'Grange will take place at Greenville
on July 2tith. ?Representatives of
Pomonas, will be admitted on the
same footing as the delegates of otb
?<er granges. Dr. Summers of Orange
burg -is appointed to deliver an nd
?dress or essay on some agricultural
^subject' Wo hope all the farmers
who can, will attend this meeting.
A Goon Wouk.?The Suhday s. hool
?organized by -Mr. C. S. Rull, called
-the "Factory "Chapel" school, are
-glad to hear is| flourishing. A large
number of boys and girls have joi ned
-?and a number of grown persons have
?reported for the formation of a Bibb
-class. There us great interest in.in
fested, which is encouraging. Air.
Bull would be glad to receive books
papers Ac as donations from any
?source for the benefit of the School.
The Coloue? Nokmal Institute.?
'The exercises uif this Institute coin
tmenCcd in Columbia on Tuesday
<untler very favorable auspices. Prof.
?Montgomery and his assistants were
.promptly at their post. Upwards oi
fifty teachers wore present from vari
?ous parts of the State, aud others are
?coming in daily. The expenses are
?only $2.50 per week. We hope
Orangeburg will be well represente<:.
Let our colored teachers look to their
interest in this matter. The Insti
tute will not close until the -.).h.
School Kxhmwtion.?The. closing
'exhibition of Mr. II. 0. Sheridan's
school took plaee, according to ap
pointment on last Thursday evening,
at the Fair Building. The exercises
'commenced about '.) o'clock before a
full audience, and the children did
their part in endeavoring to excel,
and to contribute to the genera! en
tertniument. It was pleasant to sec
the interest manifested in tlic school
both on the part of children and pa
rents. The Edisto Baud was out iu
full force and contributed iu no small
degree to the evening's pleasure by
At Asuville.?Orangcbiirg was
represented at AshYille in the shoot
ing match this week by the following
good shots: Dr. M. G. Sal ley, J. A.
iiallcy, D. E. Smoak, William Sain,
W. J. DeTreville and 1*. G. Cannon.
The following also attended as visi
tors: B. Frank Slater, E. F. Slater,
Frank DeMars, Dr. B. B. Lee, W. C.
Bull, It. F. Bryant and C. 1*. B run
sou. If there were any others, we
have not been able to ascertain their
names. Seven teams were entered
lor the grand shooting on the first
day. North Carolina carried bit* the
lirst prize; Spart an burg and Ashville
divided the second prized and Orange
burg carried off the thin! prize.
The New Daily.?The Charleston
Herald, the new daily, that wag prom
ised to the public some months ago,
made its first appearance on t he 4th
of July. The Salutatory is well and
gracefully written, showing tin able
editorship behind the curtain. The
paper is issued from the Sunday
Times ofllce under the management of
J. W. DcLano Esq. Its polities may
be best stated in the following extract
from the leading editorial; "With
these views, we tire necessarily Indc
pendent. No clique nor parly ow n
our free thoughts. We shall tell tin
truth about men and measures, und
oiler to the highest, as well as to the
humblest, an honest, fearless and rea
dy medium of public expression.1
?K>d luck to the new enterprise.
The American Sentry.?Wc have
received several copies of the paper of
the above name, published in New
York. It is of the National or Green
back creed, ami, outside of ils poli
tics, it is a very readable .paper, and
says some good things.
??? . - ? <? i m
The New Truck Coming.?The
Elliots have ordered a new truck
which is expected to arrive in a very
short Li inc. ll will be a great ac
quisition to the lire department The
company deserves credit for the sue
cess fid effort to make the organiza
tion useful, and in keeping up with
the growth of the town.
Hates to ?tatis Grange.?C?l.
T. \V. llollowuy, Secretary of the
State Agricultural Society, v rites us
that the rates on nil the railways to
Summer meeting of the State G riiugc
at. Greenville, July 20th, will be
"three cents per mile each way.*'
Tickets will be on sale from the 23rd
Lothe 20th of July inclusive. They
will be good to return until August
A "P-ROHTAnLE'-Cna x g e.?-Mr. vJoht
Copes and .Mr. Wilkes Sawyer made
an exchange of properly yesterday
which results .prolitably to Orange,
burg in the accession,probably of two
more good citizens, Mr. Wilkes ? aw
ycr and his son. By-the bargain which
was consummated yesterduyM Copes
gets two stores on Main Street, the
one now Occupied by Mrt>poigel. and
the,other by a Colored association;
and Mr Sawyer gels the lai'ih of about
230 acres, known as thoWjiiiley farm,
lying ?h each side of the railroad,
partly within and partly without the
"VVeseeyats Female Institute,
Staunton, Va.?We take pleasure in
directing attention to the adver.ise
incut of this poptila.* Seininary. It is
located in buciof the healthiest cli
mates in the world, where every
breeze contributes to the physical
vigor of it a pupils. It presents at
tractions unsurpassed if not unequal
led in the Union, lbs buildings are
home-like anil elegant, grounds ?;t
tractive, scenery grand. This sell bo I
is attended by i 20 boarding pupils
from 17 different States. It has
made great reduction in the cost of
education. Among the lowed terms
in the Union. Hoard, washing, fuel,
lights, Knglish, Latin, French, Ger
inn n, (elocution, Instrumental Mumc
?for entire' scholastio year.
See ?atlvci^.isenTont. For Catidogue
ltd dress Key. Win. .\. ITarri?, Presi
dent, Siauhlbn, Virginia!
A STAntsiNO A it air.? On the -lib
id*.Inly two colored men, Harvey
Council and Kilian ttcl IM u Id row, be
longing to the tiir-pentine farms got
into au altercation about. sOinu wo
iuah, and finally proposed to go out
to a qiiiel spot on the ottl skirt i Of
the town and light the mutter out.
When they arrived at the appointed
spot iMuidrow drew his knife, and wc
hear, also u pistol, upon which GOuii
cil sitid he was not armed, that lie
projiostHl h fair light, ami thai if Slut
I row did not put Iiis arms iip'10 r< fits
cdlo light. They tlicii walked back to
ih town, and when they got near
Sliausk Street's Mill words again
uros? bettveen them, and M n Id row
drew his knife ?and stabbed < otiheil
-om?ycro!y in the breast hear the '
shoulder that he was lakoiito Dr. :
iieeves' drug'storu for medical alien- 1
lion, ati'd is not exported to live. It
is isaid thai Council, the wounded I
man. kill'. il a ihah ulioiii two years ]
ago 1'oi" which lie was tried; hill
(putted. Muldrbw has made hisjes
FlREAT UEld>Et:VlI.l.E.?The intel
ligetice reached < itr town on lasii
Friday I ha I the residence of J, 11.
Felder I' q., was completely destroy
ed by lire not many hours before the
dawn of the day. Happening at such
a time, all the members of the family
were in tleep slumber, and were not
aroused to their dangerous condition
until the dining room attached to the
dwelling,lit which the Haines were
discovered, had fallen in. Mr .
Fehler, we arc teld> with remarkable
presence of mind, as soon as she saw
the situation, ran up the stairs which
were almost obstructed by the smoke
and Unities, and awoke the boys who
were sleeping in the second story,
thus rescuing them from a rather
perilous condition. There was no
time left but for the inmates to es
cape for their lives, and evorvt.li> tig
was lost, even to the money that
was put away. Besides the house wc
arc told that the smoke-house, with
all the provisions, was completely
destroyed. Wo believe there was no
insurance, and therefore iL is a total
loss to Mr. Felder, who has our deep
est sympathy, and we can say that of
the whole community in Iiis great
uiisfort it he.
Dr. J. G. Wahnaniakcv has just
received the Hucst stock of cigars,
cigarettes, smoking and chewing
tobaccos over offered in Orangcburg.
The Dr. never keeps anything but
the best of goods in his line and we
take pleasure in calling attention to
these goods. Go down and try them
?A number of the leading physi
cians of the country are now recom
mending Prof. Guilmetto's Kidney
Pad for lame back, sciatica, diabetes,
gravel, and other diseases of the kid
neys, bladder and urinary organs.
--ORANGE L E A V ES-?
? It is about as hot as ever.
?The hot weather is commencing
?Henry Kohn's store looks bright
aud beautiful despite the dry times.
?Who knows how it will bo! Pro
vidence orders all things.
?With the best seasons possible
in the future, we can't have full crops.
?Horace W. Grcolcy is lecturing
ih Columbia. Is he any.kin to old
?Teachers will notice in another
column the days for the summer ex
?-Mr. d.W. Fairy has bought Caii
lion's Hotel. It is an eligible situation
for :i public; house.
? The Young Americas were out
on regular-parade on Tuesday with
?Dr. Wnhnunmkers iced soda wa
ter is ever Mowing to refresh the wea
?\Yq are indebted to Gen. I/.lar
for several courtesies extended this
week. Long may he wave.
?The .Rapt ist Sunday School Con
vest ion meets at St. Georges Churcl
on Friday, July 10th.
?A wagon load of water melons
came in on tue 4th which was pur
chased by Mr. P. W. Rull.
?-Ueotty is a planter as well as a
barber, lie planted cotton on the 4th
of Mnv. and had blooms oil the4thof
?Fach Sunday School ie entitled
to three delegates in the Sunday
School Convention at Georges Sta
?The Him rains ?f last week up
p ar to have been general, aud havi
dine great good to the crops every
?Rev. J. F. Probst leaves for Hai
ti more on the 27th. and the Rev
iiedeubaugli fills his pulpit until hi.
?Clerks are amusing themselves
now trying to keep cool with palmel
.6 fans and unfolding marvelous talc:
? Rev. W. Ii. Richardson, the ne\
pastor el* the Methodist church o
mrto.vn. arrived on Tuesday morn
? A good number of our cit i/.cm
took advantage ol' the low oxeursin
rates on the S. O. R IL and visited
Charleston this week.
?'Flic Kdii to Band has purchased
now drums hud i:\niakihg other im
provements in instruments. *
?The river, w ich has been vcr\
low during I he dry spell, has risen
coli si d 'Hibly since '.he rains, but i.
?n the fall again.
?The well by the Court House '.
at last being secured by a coveriii
an f,.?!(?.?' v direct ion of the Count
? Mr. R. M. Smi 1 Ii is about, to
ihove t hv '?'!? -?? r?* ; hvi"". Ldu'rhi h\
1);-. A. 0. I Mikes (Vom Dr. Barton, u
hout tin- width of ilic house to lib
?-The immigrants who have; fount*
.'inployine in in o il' town arc working
splendidly llb'pugh all the hot wcath
sr and seem lo be pcrfectly satisiieb;
? We heard a l.'idy say that Drang?
i?urg could bohst soine ri'dit goo
looking young men Don't all call
i.; i "1110 itL otir e.
? Such is llf growth of Oraiiu
mrg that w'e si'O'jtd nc)t lie a: nils':
i'rised tb sec another iv.c'okly pap
p: iiig ii ;> soon.
-?There are now one hundred itti
h'trtyleaelurrs at the colored Insti
Ute in Columbia und tn?ie still ebi
?A fresh supply of turnip an
I'ahhage seed just received by W. Y
Robinson, Jeweller. Go and get th
best, from the bed place.
?Th inks for a neat eiiinlo.U'ue 01
the Me lieal college at Charleston
Flic fill -d course of lectures will be
?in on the 15 th of October,
?J. II. Oslondorf has bemi up
pointed Assistant Post M ester it
Charleston, lie and Tuft didn't work
during the Campaign for nothing
?It is unfortunate that there b
not complete harmony among tin
Doctors around tin* President. Wi
hope it will not result injuriously t<
?Tim exhibiting of a pistol by
tlie negi'6 Aluldrow in o?r town or
the-Ith July is another instance of
the violation of the concealed weapon
?Mr. W ilk es Sawyer and son, ol
I he Fork, paid us a visit this week.
We hope, from the prospects, to hnv<
both ascitizens of Orangeburg.
?Monday and Tuesday will be
: hi' ollleo days of t he School ('omuiis?
loner during the months of .Inly and
August. Read notice in aubthei
--One of our clerks has been
wonderfully successful this week
practicing upon a sick feline. His
patient will certainly recover whether
from fright at the operation, or from
the operation itself, we are not pre
pared, as yet, to say.
?As the beat proof of the hot days
that have past, ?ve hear of a eitiy.en
of Hebron township who bought a
lot of eggs and one of llteiii hatched
out a Chicken from the heat of the
weather before he could eat tliein.
?Bishop Howe of the Episcopal
church will visit Orangeburg on Sun
day', the 'list, for the purpose of a 1
mini storing the ordinance of Couiir
Notico to Teachers.
School Com.mission'Kit's Ori'lCE,
OitANOEnui.u, CoL'Mv, .July <*? i. : '?
The'following days have been fixed b\- J
the ( uiu.iv liourd of Kxaaiiinrs ul ?>r li - I
burg(Joiinty tor diu >omuH r f xuiuiiiutiwi I
of 1'obdo S?hool Teachers, bulb undo und j
'thiirsihiy, dtily -1:. for w!.':*.-- :;?;!: |
cauls for lo st gradeeorliti sites
Krida*-, July -Und, for colored ttppli
cants for first grade certificate?.
Saturday, duly U)rd, lor whtteapi'li
uants foi second grade certificate*.
Muiidtiy, .'ii y LiiiiJi, lor colored npplb
cants for second grade certificates.
I ue.-dny, July IMJth, to;- white applicants
for third grade Certilienles.
Wednesday. July tilth, for colored tip
plicnuts tor mini grade eerlifieates.
The l.xaiuiiiation will commence at 1U
o'clock Lueli day.
All (.(titiiic.ites, whether they have ex
pired or not, must tu- presented to the
Hoard during Hie Examination lor in.-peo
tijn and kciitfu.
All who expect to teach in the Public
Schools must apply how, as the Hoard
objects to special examinations.
JJuring the months o> July and August
the t'li'U.'K DAYS of the* School Loni
inissiouer are changed from 1 ridav and
Saturday tu MONDAY and H K.-b.v\' yf
Stiles II. Mellich A Sir,
School t 'oioiuissiuiter, < )ratiychtirg Con .ily.
5TAUNTON, ViR(.!LN i.V.
Ol'KN- September 20th, IS-Vl. One <:!
lb" Fiisi Schools \"? ?>iI.?dies
in the United ShUes. StnTbtiudihgs hi a iti
ml. L?iiiiiie iiiisur.pisi.-ed. Pupil* tioiii
seventeen Stii'es 'I ui'iits aiooiig the be.'t
in the I'liioii. I'ohi 1. Was big, Knglinh
burse, Latin, I'leweb, (irrniau. Iu-.ru
aieiilal Aliisjc, A:c., t'.u Inda-t eye froin j
.Sept. in .lime, &!*>8. !(;.?? at i?>? - v rite
to iviiV. ? Mi Ii Mints, I?. iL, l'. -i.hot,
Sta t. :< i , V i tas i :?? i .\.
july 7 ?l
I tegula r and l'ratisieiit !'.>';?! : - can get
? <?od and n lisnii'iblc. l!o:ir i a' t It iff c-nv!
.?im llYairdiitg' Mouse \,;. .?!. 1 have. -?;> ned
it meet the growing iiiid* of ? r.u hiirg
? I i :: :il<0 'in :i dodraLic iu.?'??n
'eiiiupt in ibit ??li.-.ii'.esti pyi'tl.lt; a?'iu.ii fii'ii u
mil travelling public.
li- \V. BmilC.MANN.
mar 10 ?m
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, A.iD
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
SYMPTOMS OF A
iioas6f tippet i ta,Knoneu.bowela cost ivo,
3P'ain in theHe_iid,\* it h ii dull sensation in
the bnek part, Pain uficter tho Shoulder*.
Binde,'fullness after eating, with a. ih.sin
oUnation to: e^ortl?n: of" body or mind,
Irritabllitjr_tif tenipor, Low spfritB, Loya
of meniory, with u f.-elitiRPf nuvim; nog;
Ibctod uome duty, ivoaitnos.i, Dlsr.aini a?,
IHutterinR of the 11 Rtiri, '">"t-i b"efi(ir?
eyon^Velloyr Hkini Her..la.-he. Itc?tle?.s
does ntufght,"highly colored Urine.
IF TH'?SE WAF.UIUGS ARE UN iIKED'?D,
SEHIO'JS UlSCASLSVilll S'JU\ DE DEVElOnE?.
TUTT'S PILLS are esiteelnlly ndh|viv<l to
Kiieli uiisent(iiiu dose ullV-el s sot l> n rliititgu
of feeling h*. O) iinIoiiIsIi Hie MiU'el it.
Tliev IiK'i'.'iihf tin* ll?l?e?He. i>iul enlist' tlin
IhxI}-"tu Tnli?. ?II I O-sIi. Ullis tlH' ??VSteni li
llour!?(it-4!.uii<l l>\ Ult'll T.>:i ii- Aft lull oil lliu
iMawatlv*' Oitiaim, K?iruliii*MtiNil*t are nr.t
duei'il: l'rii.- cents ::.'> IHm*ew.s Hi,; s.v .
TUTT'S Mil DYI
?"}n*Y Haiii brSVRisickHs clmiiKeil '.'? a Ol iisiiv
Hi.ack by a iliiRle niipllcatlon of this uyk. li
|-upai t? ii nnturat color, ucta IlibtuiltMneoujily.
fculil bj UruggiaU,or itnl l>y uck?, ??!! i i-ivi|>i bl f I,
Office, 3B Murray St., Now York.
fl Dr. TIXT8 MAM'AI. uf T?lu?Mr lnf..rn.?il..u ?nd n
HtWul HcNlrO ?ai be mallcil ? IttL on aiipUtitlon.^
K'eeblo und Sickly PcrK?hN
Itccnvcr tlicir vitality by pursidnj* a course ot
lloatettcr'8 Stniimch Hilters, the mokl popa*
l.ir invigoranl and iijteralivu ineilicine in use.
General debility, lever ami neue, ilysprpsln,
constipation, rliciunatisin, and other inalailic?
arc coiiipletely reinoveil liy ii. A^k thobu
Who have used .1 what it has (time lor tin in.
For a.ile by all Druggists and Dealers
Tk? Itrnrd; oT *t IO1I1 (mhi,
Maiiiifai'tti'ml liv ilia
Dirhata Pilo Curo C:., Ear'nia, 11. C.
It nVlrr Nl't to turn l| iut>rrli?Mi
or l'lli-. ?lim a mm I. in.tiSI*,
) , i-.. I.I.I and bona M* (toluioulali
PHOENIX. IRON WORKS
C O JLXJ _M 33 J A., S. O.
P. KIND, Superintendent- G. DIEROKS, Proprietor.
M ANUFA CT ? it OF
Wut er find Horso Powers, Saw ami G t M ills, olumns -for Store Fronts,
Mailings Cor Balconies. All kinds o nsti ugs done at Short Notice and
Low Prices. Work done in (Mood, Workmanlike manner. Repairing of
nil kinds of Machinery and Engines.
All orders left with apt. F. H. W. BRIGG MANX, my A&Mit ut
Drangoburg, S. ., will receive prompt attention. fob 10----tf
Or:&s?Kcb;:irg, S. C
oet1 1880 iy
Sup Elativ o in its
rJ HE WHITE
S ta n '.a ok uowledged
O f S ? w i n g M ac h * n e s .
It has the Fioe:U Fishcl Wool
Work, and is the
MabMne in the Market.
Its Shuttle is Self-threading,
Iis "Neadle'i? Self .selling,
lU Bobbins can he filled without
removing work or attachments.
So simply constructed and Light*
Running, that a child can use it.
WarreBtcd for fite ytfats.
TH2 UNDS' SIGNED
g KlJV'rs <?? hi**. friemSs Snt5?I (lie
^ lf public, at the store recent y occupied
A full Stuck of General
15? 2 ii ?.1 via A U?i-?iSJ.
A wtiliii 'ami wtfisfaaicn suaTan
Will bo made a specialty.
W, B. TEOLLPSON.
juiio ?! 1860 ly
?R HUH Ii. IE\V1N,
P11OTO G RA PI 1 EH,
Nov.- :tt A. J'. A vinger* s Store,
!><??.o i:i tin- 1 >?1 manner and i.n the
iiio.st reasonable terma. Also
Of everv description done on' the
sdjuHcsl notice ami at moderate
\Y' I'k ITS) e?:"tfullv Riuieiteil.
W. il. diOVVKLL,
C)nontiic Har'ev's Corner'
l> !?? ?rn~! ?n s :i n (i * ?
i i s 1 j 1 ';.'!Mves tire annually
: ,1 |r vh'thus, 11v pro onged,
;,s aiul hiuit'i'le'siorcd ?.?%? the use
( i: I : ] . j a f : i .(3,
which positively and permanently cures
Impoleney (eatised by excesses, of any
kind), Seminal Weakens, and ab diseases
thai follow us a i-eqn nee of m If abuse, as
? > ???: i v,^: ..y. \o&< ol mcmorv, ihiversal
i !-?:; :.pain tin-bach, ?inniciw of ?Lion,
l'i tmalio e old itge, and many other discuses
?mil v id in insanity or consumption and a
?Vi ud foi circtihirs with le-tinionials free
by mail. The Invigorator \* told at Si
per box. >>i six boxes for :r">. by all drug
gist, in will he lent freu by mail, wen rely
scaled, on receipt of price hv ad Irendng
p. J. ? IS i:S fi-:V," ttruggim,
I ?7 ?Viuniit st. Toledo, Ohio.
Sole Agent for l. c 1'id led -Slates,
may i'J ly
AT TO UN 12 Y
< OSJ "VNICS.LOH it *..L1V,
Corner Church and St. Paul Streets,
( ) rangobu r:->-, S. C.
Prompt and can fid uthu,'inn'*givcii to all
bn-ints- entrusted to my care.
jan 3 1.881 ? ly
Why sauer Nct-dlctKly
".Vitli the convulsing, rpadniudic tortures <if
fever and nunc unit liilums i umitUnt, when
llostetter's Stomach Hilters, acknowledged
to lie a real curative of malarial levers, will
eradicate ihe cause of so much Buffering. No
less effective is this benignant alterative In
case* of constipation, dyspepsia, liver com
plaint, iheumatism, and i'u general <|c|,j|ity
und nervous weakness. Fur aulo by nUDrug
' fciils >md Dealers g.^crally.
T C. rlUBfiELL,
Nnws I >epnvtrn.eiiT.
All II lustra :cd Papetaund Sunday Maga
zines. Sea Side Library, Ac, from which
ilie minds of tlie Old as well as the Young
can lie improved;
All Ofderii tor Hooks Papers, &c.j entrust*
ed t-j me will receive prompt attention.
DEPARTMENT OF DELICACIES
Where the body can he Refreshed with
Pure Candies of all kinds, lee Cream of the
richest and purest flavors every day, ex
cept Snnda>, from 11 A. M to 10 1?. M,
Tin. Saloon is neat and private, and ladies
can f' el at home
1 tfiuonadc made with pure Lemon Juice
and Loif Sugar.
Fresh Charleston Patent Bread every
morning by Express. Also Currant and
Potato Hread. and various other articles
too numerous to mention. Call and cee for
yoursoUva. T. C. 1IUUHELL,
may 10?dm ltnssftll Stre'ie
tije i;r:srLEss & sleepless
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
WriniKeljiirg, S. C.
Prices will tell! Facts uru stubborn things!
Where can I get thegooils I want?
Where call I g<"t the Latest Styles?
Where can 1 get thegooils that give me
best satisfaction and at the Lowesi Price?
These am question* that interest every
bu iiieso man Answer: At
At Jos. Eros' Store.
Attorney and Counsellor t Law
OliANG ? HUKG, W. G.
UKliie corner of Court House Square
and Church Street, the same
formerly owned and oc
cupied by Wm. Al.
liar. 1 1
IL SP AHR,
.'.Nil DKALKlt IS
Musical Instruments, <fco.
Gold, Silver and Steel spectath b a
specialitv. ?I list received a lot of fin
IS karat GOLD KINGS.
rJiSP*All goods warranted as rcpro
settled. Prices as low as possieble.
octS 1SS0 tf
~~ SFotscb. "
rplHRTY days afterdate, application wil
JL bo made tod. F. ttobinso?, Clerk o
Court lor Oratigeburg County, to inoorpor
ate the Executive Committee of Orange
burg Missionary Union ot irsl Division ol
the Orantrcburg Huptbt Association.
.1. H. FELDER,
W. H MACK,
,L M. PI LEY.
J. Mi HEltLONG,
june 23 &t
The State of South Carolina,
George Bolivcr 1 Warrant of Pistrcsa
W. L. W?Hz. ) for rent
Pyviitucofn warrant of distress for
roil in the above case to me directed, 1
will sell all the goods and chattels Seized
by me, at the town of St Matthews, con*
hlSling of dry goods, grocoiies; liquor? &c>
lit public auction on the Odi day of July
L^b! In tweeli die hour.-, of elcvcu o'clock a>
in and three o'clock p m. and naid tiilo to
continue Iron; day to day until the whole is
bold. Terni Cu>h
ShcrilT. O. Co., C. U., tj, C.
Sheriff's Onice, Juuc^U 1881.