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Tho Orangoburg Times
L O O A. L
A Good Appointment.?Mr. Robt.
? McKewn for a long time clerking for
Mr. J. C. Pike, has just been appoint
cd a conductor on the S. C. K. It. Air
McKewn is au old railroad man, aud
the appointment is an excellent one.
We wish him well.
Thanes.?Many thanks to Con
gressman Dibble for Congressional
documents in the shape of reports of
the Commissioner of Education, and
a pamphlet upon the Original Growth
ofShcop Husbandry iu the United
Improvements.?The greatest im
provements have been made in Mr.
Cornelson'a excellent store The ven
tilation and capacity have'been great1
ly enhanced, and an air of neatness
perVfcdcs the whole establishment.
The whole is now being freshened up
by a coat of paint on the inner walls.
M on st En Rattlesnake.?Mr. Gco
Bouuet killed a rattlesnake last week
near Reeves Landing on the Edisto
river, measuring 5 ft 8.V inches in
length, and 4\ inches through the
body, aud having nine.rattles and a
button.' We have the rattles and but
ton on our table for inspection.
New Road.?By an act of the
Legislature, the County Commis
sioners of Orangoburg and Lexing
ton will soon he called upon to have
a new road cut from Keiiiierly's on
the Ninety-Six Road, across the
North Edisto at Slab's landing to
Knott's 51 ill, and thence to H ticca
'bee's Mill in Lexington.
Tea Cultukk.?The lea I arm es
tablished by the Agricultural Bureau
at Summervilleis advancing satis-j
factorily. This demonstrates the;
fact that tea can be cultivated in
South Carolina. Prof. Bihhikov, it
will be remeihherid, tried it with
success in Orangeburg.
The Literary Miciiocosm ?This j
is the name of a now literary paper
just started in New York by Hall &
Co. It is an ably edited paper, the
best thinkers iu the country being
contributors. It is 50 cents per nu
num. and a sample copy wlll'be sent
free to any hue desiring to examineit.
Maruiage Notice.?By Joseph
Eroa, assisted by years of experience
icecream, the great refresher of our
native health to soda water the queen
of beverages, delicacies acting as
.groomsmen'and bridesmaids. The
t entire party will p it up at Joseph E
.ro?' and devote, themselvesto irrcping
everybody cool. No Cards.
CttME Home.?Mr. .lohn II. Snider,
!the youngest son of Mr. Lehre A.
Snider, who moved out to Arkansas
about twenty-live years ago, is on a
visit to his relatives in Orangeburg
County. He is now a guest of his
kinsman, Mr. B. F. Thompson of our
town. We hope he will be so pleased
that he will conclude to return tu his
father's old home.
School Commirsiovine's Appoint
ments.?The School Commissioner
will beat the following places on the
day* mentioned, where he will he
pleased to consult with trustees,
patrons, and all others interested on
Public School matters:
Lewisville,Thursday, July 28th.
Ft. Motte and Vicinity, Friday
arid Saturday, i!9th and 80th.
Jamison's, Thursday, August ?Ith.
Branchville, Friday 5tit.
Rowesville, Saturday <>th.
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A Seriocs Compi.axt.?Mr. Lc
tham, the Scotchman who lias conic
to Orangeburg says that immigrants
desiring to come South are treated
with great indifference at New York
and are thereby, doubtless, diverted
from this course. This is a set ions
matter, considering the importance
of the Sow of immigration in this di
rection. An agent from South Caro
lina ought to lm stationed at New
York to act iu onr interest in this
State Normal Institute.?Through
the courtesy of Mr. A. M. Howcll.
Secretary of the Institute- to- be open
cd in Greenville, August ?ndr we are
able to give the following informa
tion for the beoelit of teachers:
Board at the hotels can be obtained
from ?1 to 7 per week, and at private
houses from f3 to $1,50 per week,
washing not included. Persons pay
ing full fare going on the South Caro
linu Railroad can return free. On
the Columbia ami Greenville Kail
road the rates will be ordinary fare
goinp; and two cents per mile ret urn
ing. If persons sodesire, by apply
ing to Mr. Howcll, tlie Secretary,
board will be secured by him in ad
Thor? ra no nse in drugging yonrselSto
death, and bnyiag all. the vile uicdichivH for
internal uae when you can be eu red of fever
and ague, dumb ague, billions disorder*,
jaundice, dyspepsia, an well as all dhonU-rs.
and ailmentrt of the liver, blood and stom
ach, by wearing one of i'rof. Onilbnette'H
French liver p?d?, wllieh is a ?uro cure
?very time. If your druggist doca not
kewpth* pad nend $-1.50 Sn a letter to
French I'ad Co. Toledo, O., and it will be
fiest yotr by return mail. It iH the only
pad that ia guaranteed to e-.rc. Beware of
i*jur.trrfcit3. may 19
Dr. J. G. Waunamnker has juat
received the finest Htoek of cigars,
cigarettes, smoking and chewing
tobaccos ever offered in Ornngcburg
The Dr. never keeps anything but
?ie best of goods in his line and wo
take pleasure in calling attention to
these goods. Go down :tnd try them
New <fc Secondhand ENGiNEs.-Take
notice that Straus Jc Co are offering
the finest lot of second hand enginea
und new engines at cheaper rates than
can be obtained anywhere. A fine
lot of them will arrive in a few days,
aud parties desiring to buy will lind
it to their interest to call and exam
The EutsTu Tak?kt Practice.?
On Tuesday afternoon the target
practice of the Edisto 14ilies, which
was intended for the fourth of July,
came off oh the old field near the riv
er. The target was set at .150 feet
from the ~rlUoro.cn, and the .prize1
shooting resulted as follows: W. L.
Harley, 1st prize, Set gold studs; T.
M. iVlcMiehacl, 2nd prize, Glass Set;
L. J, Izlar, 3rd prize, Chair; T. L.
Wnnuamaker, 4th prize, Box Cigars.
The prize drill was postponed un
til the second Tuesday in October.
The company, as usual, made an ex
cellent show on.parade.
Inks.?We return thanks to Mr.
Kirk Robinson for ? number of cap
sules containing powders for making
ink, each powder being a different
color. The contents of each capsule
arc to to be mixed with a half pint
of rain water, aud the ink is made.
We sire waiting for rain \o make the
experiment, and will publish the re
sults when we have tested the mat
ter. We have tried the same ink
used by .Mr. Robinson, and it ia a
beautiful and cheap article. It is
manufactured by Knowlea and Max
im, Columbus, Gn.
TheMketing at Gkokoe?.?We
learn from Mr. \V\ A. Edwards, the
Secretary, und others who attended
the Sunday School meeting last w eek
at Georges Station; that it was quite
a success. The attendance of dele
gates was large, and the interest man
ifested gratifying. Rev's. Cullino,
Edwards; Snider. McMillan, Moore,
and 01 hers of the e'.'rgy, were present
and participated in the meeting. On
Sunday morning an enthusiastic,
mass meeting of the children was ad
dressed by Key's; Snider and MeMil
lau. All tin; visitors were splendid
ly entertained by the hospitable pt?b
pic of this community. "Tt is grti ify
ingto note tlie line church building
and the good coudilhm of the church
at Georges. Rev. Moore, the evan
gelist of the Ornugcburg Missionary
Association, a talented young minis
tor, is now conducting a .series of meet
ing.s at Reevesville.
Danoin's, anh-K'ANcy Wouk.?Miss1
011?e Thompson, an accomplished la
dy/of Savannah Ga.,just from A ikon,
ia now in our city and has opened a
dancing school at the Fair Building.
M iss T. started Moudny night with
a good class and has the promise of
others. Her instruct ions here arc
much admired. They arc modest
aud beautiful. S.ho comes highly re
commended as a teffchcr of the p dite
art, teaching nil the modern and Eu
ropean dances. She Mas taught class
es with success in eighteen cities.
MissT also wishes to obtain n class
of ladies for fancy work. All should
see her specimens of point and mac
rente, la e, tish skin and s< ale (lowers
and chenile embroidery. She is hom
ing at Mrs. Neuners. Her adverti^
incut lixing the days and hours f~.
classes will appear next weck. S..?.
will, doubtless receive a liberal pati ou
age in our town. *
New Comeiw.?Mr.'Wm. Letbam.
a most worthy Scotchman, with wife
nDd four children, came from
Brooklyn, N. Y. to Orangeburg last
week. This excellent family has set
tled on the place of Mr. Vastine
Joiner in the Fork, a few miles from
town. Mr. .Let ham says*, tlrat if he is
successful and pleased, a number of
his friends nnd kinsmen will be sure
to follow hi tu and settle in our midst.
One of his relatives ia now on his wny.
We feel assured that our people will
do all in their power to make the new
comers happy antl satisfied, and we
hope that at the end ttf the year tlu-y
may have reason to be pleased with
their selection of a new home, and
that many others from across the
water, or from lue North may cast
their destiny with them. This is the
class of settlers wetieedr and we hope
that ii nnclcns is now formed for a
growing colony in our immediate
Schooi. Nouses;?Now is the time
to prepare for the coining' school
year by building proper school
houses. In some localities there tire
no school houses and schools are not
I'llnniug on account of this fact, and
in othci'places those in use area dis
grace to our advancing age. What
then is the plan.0 To> build thuiu en
tirely out of the public fund would
takeaway from the means of educat
ing our children the coining year.
The sensible plan-seems to us to be,
for the people, both white and color
oil, to contribute of their means and
In her, and, as far as possible, put up
the school houses themselves, and
save the public money f or teaching.
If this hmvever caWt. he done, fet the
houses be put up out of the public
money. We hope school trustees
will encourage the people, for their
own good, to co-operate, with the
public school billet als, for lu this way,
and in t his wny alone, can the sys
tem be made a blcrniug.
?"We regret to liear of the illness j
of Mrs. Dr. Reeves.
?The Summer examination of I
teachers commences to day. J
?Will our farmers learn wisdongj
from the drought? y
?The poor farmers arc having l|
terrible prospect. \.
?Will we ever have rain? It isl
sadly needed. : - J
?R?v. j. F. Probst of the Luther I
au Chiirch was iu town ou Tuesday.t
Rev. Mr. Riser is now putting up
a bell to his schoolhousc.
?The eastern part of t?ur county
has been tar more blessed with rain
than the western.
?The building of Dr. Reeves,
store and residence on Russell street
is progressing linely.
?Wc want settlors to come in and
buy our lands and become identified
with our interests.
?The immigrants under Mr. Doyle
and Gtipti Roll arc working splendid
ly, and giving entire satisfaction.
1 ?The ordinance of baptism was
performed at the river on Sunday for
the colored baptists;
?There are some-men/who con
stantly remind ".is that "the human
heart is deceitful above all things."
?'Parties desiring new and second
hand engines will get a bargain by
calling ou Straus ec Co.
?Alonr.o Payne, an indian doctor,
is in town attracting attention by play
iiigthe buiijo and thus advertising
?The Bishop of the Episcopal
Church -will-he in Ornngoburg tin Sun
my," (lie .list, for couuituUiioii bor.vic
?Services will be held at the Fuc
<?rv Chapel, over Wiles building, on
<? tin day night at the usual hour.
?dipt. Mor'.imcr Glover returned
f mil a pleasant visit to Sullivan's Is !
i 1 iml on Monday. We arc glad to
joe him looking so well.
?A couple of canary birds got away
rom Mrs. W. 'P. Light foot this week
ind last. We wonder how they will
hrivc iu our woods.
? Rev. J. F. Riser has completed
he wing to his school house, which
e ?'??ideribly increases the capacity
of the room.
I ?In some sections of our County
j the farmers are cutting down their
corn, and.others are watering their
?Russell Street, from Doyles cor
i uer to the Railroad will soon be coy- |
ered with cut stone from Columbia*
by action of Town C mncil.
?A colored woman at Mr. W. _
I Robinson's fell in an insensible state ?
(on Monday afternoon, and-is still ly-.
ing iu a dangerous condition.
? It is sajd that the use of toy pis
tols has caused the death of a num
ber of boys from lockjaw. We men
tion the fact as a warning, in case any
of these toys should find their way to
I ?The rush at the Auditor's office
to make- returns during the last two
days was tremendous. The time
ought to be extended by all means.
?The County Commissioners, at
their last meeting, passed a rcsolu
tion denying the use of the Court
House for my private purpose.
?Everything goes to show that
' She burning of the residence of Mr.
J. II. Felder at Feidcrvilie was the
act of an incendiary. We hope the
fiend may bo caught.
? See change of notice in the ad
vertisement of IL Spahr, jeweller, in
1 to-days issue. He has on hand every
[style of jewelry, and is always pre-.
1 pared to do repairing of all kinds in
the most prompt and neat style.
? The School Conimiss'oncr was
badly poisoned last week* en hie
rounds through the County by hauu
linga poisonous switch picked up by
the roadside. We hope this is not a
sample of the switches -used by the
teachers to puuish bad boys.
?The Board of Equalization of
Orangeburg county meets at the
Court House ou the first Monday in
August. See notice of County Audi
tor. Partie? having complaints a
bon-l assessments had better bring
them forward on*that day.
?Why can't it be so that in our Iii
tic town election, the citizens both
white and colored meet together and
put forward a "Citizen's Ticket" up
on which nil, irrespective of party,
?George Vetttv, Justice of the
Peace, Toledo, O., says: "I was trou
bled with sciatica and kidney disease
for years at times bad to go oh criitML
es and suffered untold agony. PjgL
("Juilmctte's Kidney Pad cured nuflH
three weeks." j -p;
- Read Henry Kohn's advergfln
mi nt. fleis clearing off his stron
and bargains can be bad by calJBSS
t.t bis splendid clothing emp?rt/.
?A line Sun-day Schv.-r.4picnic/
place laxt Saturday at Cantu.in c!?99
in the Fork. A big dinner, big cr\__^
and big speeches t ore the order "or
the day. The latter were made by
Dr. Baggott and Revs. Chaplin aud
?I). A. Strakcr, ire understand,
litis ventilated himself In the Gallon
til Republican in abuse of the Demo*
(?ruts of Oruugcburg. The abuse \h
harmless, but when he says an we are
told, tlmt the colored people have no
* of publicly redressing their
;s, he tells u not so. The eol
Ipf.jthc Timks are always open
yum blest us well as the most
icitizen, white or colored.
?\ry Klection.?Atthc meet
no Ed. .to Rifles on Tuesday
on, Captain Dibble, whose
dl now be very much occupied
fpublic airaiis in consequence of
.'lection to Congress, felt it ne
cFssary to scud in his letter of resig
nation as Captain of this excelh'lit
Company. The letter was accepted
by, the Company with great regret as
Capt. Dibble whs an admirable ofti
cer, much beloved by the men, and
had done a great deal in making tire
Company what it now is. It is forth
uate. however, for t In; Company that
his place is (Hied by so popular a
gentleman as Mr. G. W. Brunsen.
After the pa ratio and target practice,
the annual election, of officers was
held with the following result: Cap
tain, (JAW Brunsen; 1st. Lieut.. F.
S. Dibble; 2nd. Lieut., J, M. Brun
sen; 3rd. L'eut., C. 1*. Brunsen; O.
., T. L. Wannninakcr; 2nd. Ser
geant, T. O. S. Dibble; 3rd., W. L.
Izlar; 4th., G. A. Neuffen 5th;, J. A.
Hol man; 1st. Corporal; Samuel
Spigel; 2nd., NY'. A. Hoffman: 3rd., J.
R. Tucker: 4lh., T. M. McMichael;
Secretary, L. II. Waunamnker; Sur
geon, Dr. W. C. W'annanmker: Chap
lain, Rev. J. D. A. Brown.
Y. M. C. A.?The prayer meeting
held at the Rooms las'- Tuesday
evening, though m>; as largely attend
ed as previous meetings, was inter
esting and appreciated. The sub
ject for next Friday evening, will be,
'A place in the Lord's Work for every
Believer.' ? References: 1st. Cor,*
12 elm p.. J2. 27 vors. Leader; Mr.
?Mortimer ("lover. At a meeting of
the Executive Coininittce, il whs
thought advisable to resume the
Sunday aft ernenn serviced held diir
jug the summer months heretofore. J
Tho first of tlic services for this sea -
son will be held at the Y. M. C. A.
Rooms on Sunday afternoon next.
24th inst., at quarter past, six o'clock.
Subject: ?'The Hearts Response to
God's Call." References. 1st Sam,
3rd chap. 1st. 10th vers. Pan. 27, 8.
Leader, Mr. Fi A. Scliiffley. An in
viration is extended to all who desire
so to do to attend the services both on
Friday evenings and .Sunday after
noons. Rooms nil Itttsuell street over
W. Willcoek's store, open every even
ing. Friday evenings, young men's
prayer meetings, at half-past eight
L^flock. Sunday evenings, every
'meeting at quarter past six o'clock.
r~~ '^^jjtffTf iTmlillBiWifi
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN. ANB
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE,
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUE3PH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
JjO bb of tip p e tito, N a uaeiub o w_ql uco atiy o_,
!f/ainTn fS ell e a d, wi t h a a till Bensaitton in
IHeTb^kpart, Pain under the shpidHer
blade, fulmens after eatlngj with a dialu>
cTlnation to exertl?n'?f body jor mind,
*?^ta^lllfyoftemper. Low "apiritB. Losa
of momory. with mfecunit ofbmVrXHK nag
le o ted aoino diityj vfeoriheaB, D1 zsd n ean.
Fluttering of tEe^e?rL D?t?"bof?ro tba
eycBT^cllqv^ It In, Headache. H diiTcBO*
noca ot nlgrHThighly colored Urine.
Ut THESE WARNINGS ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES Will SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT'8 FILLS are eapoeialiy adapted to
?neb tunes,oi)o (Suno elTooto ?nthnfhnngo
of fooling as to astonlnh the ?ufferer.
Thov InrronM *h? Appfl He, and emme ihn
body to Take on Flrah. thus 11?; system U
loariihtil, and by thelrl'onte Aoilon ou th#
- SO Murray tit-, jjLTj
ced. Price 1o rents.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Gray JlAtaor Wniaxv.Ra changed toaOLoasY
Ulack by a bihkIo application of thin Dyk. It
t-ttpnrU a nnturnl color, acts Instantaneously.
Bold by Druggist a, or *ent by eipresa on r*<vl|>t off I.
Office, 3(3 Murray Ot., Now York.
ft D?. TCTT8 UAMAT, of VrJj?k?? I?forra?tlo? ?nJ fc
t&Ccctkl Urtrtlpto will be bu?U-4 PBJI so (poUuUoa.gr
FceMe and Sickly Persons
Recover Uieir vitality by pursuing a course of
Hostctter's Stomach Bitters; the most popu
lar Invicorant and alterative medicine in use.
GcncralrtcbUUy, lever and aunt, dyspepsia,
constipation, rlicuinati.su), and other maladies
arc completely removed by il. Ask thobe
who have used it what it has done Tor tlicm.
Ter talc ty a!! Dru^ei!*:. auJ Dviicr?
PHOENIX IRON WORKS
COLUMBIA, S. C.
P. KIND, Superintendent. G. DIEROES, Proprietor-!
Water und Horse Powers, Saw and G t 2tt ills, oluuwa for Store Fronts,
Railings for Balconies. All kinds o nsti ngs done at Short Notice and
Low Prices. Work done In Good, Workmanlike manner. Repairing of
all kinds of Machinery and Engines.
AH orders left with apt. F. IL W. BRIG GM ANN, my Agent at
Orangeburg, S. ., will receive prompt attention. feb 10?tf
Sup ^rlative in ids
gygEEII I IHEWHI^I
Orjaiitfcburg, 8. <.!.
url t lbSO ly
Of Sewing Maehincs.
It has the Fioest iFisilod Wood
Work, and is the
Machine in the MnrkrJl,
Its Shuttle is Self-threading,
Its Needle is Self setting,
Its Bobbins can be filled without
reui"viug work or attachments.
So simply constructed and "Lighfc
Kunniu;*, thai 1? child can Use iL
Warreuteil for live years*
OHVrw io liiH friends ,HU4l (lie
public, at the sture recent v occupied
A full .Stock of General
A cull policiled and eatisfection guaran
Will be inad? a specialty.
W. B. THOMPSON.
June 1 188U ly
AR I HUR H. LLWiN,
In rear of T. KOHX'S Store.
Entrance through the Store
Work neath' and promptly done.
ORAiXGEBlIRG, S. C.
Dune in the best manner and ? n the
must reasonable terms. Also
Of every description done on the
shortest notice and -at moderate
Work respectfully solicited.
W. 11. 1-10 WELL,
Opposite Harley's Corner.
P f\\J p LTT\? Tlionunil-. o
IV V/ O 1_> Ci JU!j(faveB are annually
robbed of their victims, lives prolonged,
happinexrt ami health lealored by the use
of the great
( i] .) V| H \ I)
widen positively and permanently cures
Inipotency (caused by excesses of any
kiuil). Seminal Weakusss, and all diseases
tbat follow as a sequence of self-abuse, as
hiss of energy, loss ol memoir, cniversal
lassitude, pain the hack, iliiniieits of vnion,
premature bid age, and many other disease*
? oat end n> insanity or consumption and a
?Send for circulars with ieafhubuhtlH free
by mail. The Invigorator ia Hold at $1
per box, or six boxes for $5; by all drug
gist, or will be font freu by mail. Rrciirely
sealed, on receipt of price, bv addressing
F. J. ? II EX KT/ Druggist,
187 .S'niinit st. Toledo. Ohio.
Sole Agent? for tnu Unitud i'late?.
to ay 19 ly
i oc .wr; 1,1,0 it at law,
Corner Church and St. Paul Streets.
Oinngoburg, s. c.
Prptiipt and careful altention'given to all
bu.-intas entrusted to niv earc.
jan .3 1881 ly
Why Stttfet JVectffeealy
With the convulsing, -epa'dmodic tortures of
fever and ugnc -inrl bilious remittent, when
Hoiteittr'?> SMrmach Hitters, acknowledged
to liu-if.fnal-curative of malarial levers, will
er.tJirato the cause of so much tmfferin?. No
less effective is this benignant alterative in
eases of constipation, dyspepsia, liver com
pi.lint, rheumatism, and in general debility
aad nervous wcaknoss. For stls By til ?>juijp.
?isti aptCei?trs generally. ,
T C. 11VBBELL,
NoWs l;)eptii'tmont *
All lIluKtru.cd Paper* and Sunday Maga
zines, Sea Sale Library, Ac., from which
ihe minds of the Old hh well as tue Young
can be im proved.
All orders for Hooks Papers, Sc., entnwt*
ed to me will receive prompt attention.
DEPARTMENT OF DELICACIES
W here the bodv can be Refreshed with
Pure Candies of ail kinds, Ice Cream of the
richest and purest tlavora cvory dav, ox
cept Stindaii from 11 A. M to 10 P. M.
The Saloon is neat and private, aod ladies
caii feel it home
Lemonade made, with pure Lemon Juirs:
ami Lo^f Sugar.
Fresh Charleston Patent Bread every
morning by Es press. Also Currant and
Potato Bread, and various other articles
loo numerous to mention. Call and ?tc for
vomw.lv.-s. T. 0. ilflTilRKLL,
may 1 IF?6m Russell Stre-jc
TfiK UKSrLE?S & SLEEPINESS
Watchmaker and Jeweller
OruiigcburK, 8. C.
Prices will tell! Facts aru stubborn lb*
Where can I get the goods I want!
Where eaa 1 get the Latent Sty lea 7,
Where can 1 get the goods that fpt Hie
best satisfaction ami at the Lowest frio
These uro questions that interest ev,vy
bu imnc man Answer: At
At Jos. Eros1 Store.
~JAKESS F. ISXt??~
Attoraey and Counsellor t Law
OliANGEH?K?, S. C.
OSiee comer of Court House Square
and Church Street, the Hanse
c a pied by Wm. 3d,
TL SP AHR?,
and dealer IS
Musical Instruments, Ac,
Fancy Goods, Tovb, Fine Spectac
les in.gold silver and steel frameo.
Jnst -received a lot of Jadies?rod
rhildnnVs bracelets, plain gofd^rmgir
and gold pens. Repairing done ..well
??fSF*All goods warranted as repre
seated. iPriccs as low as poseicbh
oct 8_1880 tf
r nrTIRTY days after date, application vflf
i. be made to J. F. Hobinson, Clerk o
Court for Orangchurg County, to ineerr*''
ate the Executive Committee of OVang.
burg .Missionary Union ot irst I'rvi.-ion ol
the Orangchurg UnptUi Association.
W. II MaCK,
,L At. Ki LEY,
J. M. 11KKLONG,
june 2S ?t
OPENS September 'JOih, 18S1. One of
the Fir&t Schools for Voting Ladies*
in the United States. Surroundingsbeauti
ful. Climate unsurpassed. Pupils frorrt
seventeen States. 'I onus among the best
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