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YOLUME"?iT THURSDAY MORNING, ?H?STmT/788T NUMBER 2fi
Now that the holiday season is j
over and everything has gone pros-1
perous and happy; every one better
oft* aud a bright fertile year ahead,
at no period in the history of our
busiucss lifo have we boen so thor
oughly prepared to moet the wants
\)f the trade and the requirements of
the pepple,>8 we are now. We shall
continue to place upon our counters
from day to day, bargains in every
and shall always*be found using our
best endeavors to prevent extortions
aud uphold the CASH SYSTEM.
Our entire stock is now offered at.
We ask 3 ou to call and inspect our
Wo gunranteo to please as to
quality aud price.
Look cnit fully over this list of a
few articles mentioned :
Gents h Hose, white, 5 and 10 c.
" solid colors 12}
" double heel & toe 12}
Ladies hose, white, 8, 10, 12}.
" solid colors. 12}
14 balbriggan, 15
" " fiucst quali
* bildrcn's hose, colored, 5, 8, 10,12}
Ladies Oauutlets, dark colors. 30 c.
Berlin gloves, embroidered
V kid gloves, 4 buttons, "best
Gents buckskcu gloves, lined 75
" driving ?? 30
Derby suiting, 10
" hVured, 12}
Ca-d-imcre.*, beautiful colors, 16.1
Merinos, beautiful colors, Hi
Flannels, red, white and blue, 25 to
> i I ii.?, try prell y,* 30 c
1 udics 11 nods, new styles, 40
cooking Glus.-es, bureau size, SI
" extra iuVjre SI.50
" oval frames b'O aud
Silver plated tea spoons, SI 25.
Table 44 1.75
" Forks 1.75
" Knives 3.75
Glass Setts, handsome, 4 pieces, 50
Glass Preserve Stands, GO
Goblets, 75 ct per doz
Tumblers, fJOjjct per dots
Lamps from 25 to 75 cts
Large assortment Ladies, Gents
and Children's Shoes from the liuest
to the cheapest,
Meu and Boys Hats, 40, GO, 75, 1 00
1.25 to $3
Men aud Boys Caps from 25 to 50
Fancy Box Paper, Envelopes and
Agent for the Largest Tobacco
Factory in the United States, we
offer bargains in this line.
Agent for Manufacturers of Soaps
and Conceu rated Lye, we defy com
We have the Largest aud Cheap
cat Stock of
BROOMS AND BASKETS
in the Market.
Agent for the Celebrated Town
These Powders have stood the Test
by the best Chemist, and pronounced
PUBE, when bought in cans. Prof.
Mott, the Leading Chemist of the
World? says the worse adulterations
occur when Powders are sold loose or
in bulk. Remember this aud get
TOWN TALK from Headquarters
Your attention is asked to the re
duction in our CARPETING, put
down to 25, 35, 40 cents.
Pocket Knives from 5 cts. to 82..
Buggy Whips, 25, 50,-75 cts., 81,
$1 25 $2.
Q. D. KORTJOHN.
f6T Always notice this COLUMN
1 DANCING SCHOOL
A FAIR BUILDING
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY
?Evening at 8 o'clock.?
Mondays reserved lor Soirees when
For other particulars apply to
MISS OL LIE THOMPSON at
Mrs. Neu flora Hoarding House.
July 28 If
Done in the best manner and on the
most reasonable terms. Also
Of every description done on the
shortest notice and at moderate
Work respectfully solicited.
W. H. HO WELL,
Opposite IJarley'a Corner,
Attorney and Counsellor t Law
ORAN?liMUWx, ?. C.
OKlce corner of Court House Square
and Cliitrch Street, the same
formerly owned and oc
cupied by Win, M.
Office ok County Trkasukeh,
? ?ranpeburg Co?hly, s. C.
Orangeburg, C. IL, 8. C.JJuly \llhh 1881.
. Notice is hereby given that the rates of
Taxation "upon every dollar of tl?e value
of all Taxable Property" for the fiscal rear
commencing November 1st 188U, arc as
For state purposes, five nulls (5).
Tor Comity purposes, thiac mills (3).
For past indebtedness, three-fourths of
one mill (j).
l'or I'asi Indebtedness of the fiscal year
1878 niiil 1879, ?ue half of one mill
For the Riippoi t of Public schools, two
Total number of mills, 11 \i
Notice is also given ih.it I will lie at the
following named placeshn the days speel?
lied for the puriKMc of collecting Taxes for
the above meiittoned vear. NO EX EN?
ION Or' IT.M.E ?ViLL HE A3K.E? k\>lL
Office horns from U A. M. tu I P. M
\V r Phillips Thursday, .Sept 15th 1881.
i 61 Livingston's Mill Friday ,, ltith ,,
Km-its Mill Saturday ,, 17ih ,,
Cooiisboro, Monday ,, 1 Uli* ,,
Sawytrdale, Tuesday ? 2()th
John T Williamson's Wensd' ,. ?bst ?
Lasterlin's Mill Thursday ,, 22ml
Jacob Siuoak's Friday ? 23rd ?
branch vilie Saturday ? 2-Uh ?
Jos L) Smouk's Mill Monday ? 2titll >>
?Belgiers Store Tuesday ,, 27th ,,
SlMaUhcws Wednesday ,, 2-.ith ,,
Kort Motte Thursday ,, 2?th ,,
Pine Urove Academy Friday ,, 3<th ,,
!>r T lv Kellea's .Saturday October 1st ?
Connor's Store Monday ? 3.d ,,
Ayer's Shop Tue-day ,, 4th ,,
.1 II Eehler Wednesday ? 5th ?
S P Wells Thursday ? ?di ?
A vingers Friday ,, 7th ?
w J binders Saturday ,, 8th ,, '
KoweMvilie Monday ,, lUih ?
Jamisons Tuesday ? Hth ,,
J/y ollice will be open at the County seat
duriiig the remainder of the time allowed
? y thelaw for the above ptiposo.
Treasurer ?. C.
Aug t ^t
?pY^T-i R L\f\?Thouaand? o
JLV\y AJ L) JLj JL/graves are annually
robbed of their victims, lives prolonged,
happiness and health restored by the use
of the great
German Invigra.o r
which positively and permanently cures
Impntcncy (caused by excesses of any
kind). Seminal Weaknsss, and all diseases
that follow as a sequence of self-abuse, as
loss of energy, loss of memory, universal
lassitude, pain the back, dimness of \ ision,
premature old age, and many other diseases
tnat lead to insanity or consumption and a
fiend for circulars with testimonials free
by mail. The Invigorator ia sold at $1
per box, or six boxes for $5, by all drug
gist, or will be fent free by mail, securely
sealed, on receipt of price, by addressing
F. J? fIIKA*ICY,*Drnggisr,
187 A'nimit st. Toledo, Ohio.
Sole Agent for tnu United A'tatus.
may 19 ly
and dealer in
Musical Instruments, d*c.
Fancy Goods, Toys, Fine Spectac
les in gold silver and steel frames.
Just received a lot of ladies and
children's bracelets, plain gold rings
and gold pens. Repairing done well
^j?^All goods warranted as reprc
sented. Prices as low as pobsiebh
oct8 1880 tf
Johnstown, S. C, August 1st, 1881,
Editor Or mgeburg 'l*imcs :
Allow nie to call your attention to
*il little typographical error in rhy last
concerning our Sabbath School Un
ion at Johnstown Academy. Instead
of MissSallie Corbitt, it should read
Miss Pauline Corbitt.
At our last meeting Miss Corbitt
recited 1,500 verses, and Misa Gallic
Gunter 1,765, thus carrying oft' the
first and second prizes. Such bright
young ladies, with such retentive
memories are seldom to be found.
Prof. O'Brien's school continues to
grow in numbers.
The late remarkably dry spell has
greatly injured our crops, but just
lately we are having some refreshing
We hope to meet many of your good
people at our large Sabbath School
Convention which opens at Dean
f* wnmp Church on the 3rd Friday, to
continue three days.
Protracted meetings are in order
for the next throe weeks in this vi
cinity, and we hope much good will
Our people exult over the downfall
of Conkling, and reverently priiy for
the iccovcry of President Garlield.
Mow Little Princesses Dress.
In London, July 15th, the three
little daughters of the Prince ami
Princess of Wales came near being
killed by runaway horses. If there
were nothing else worthy the ad
miration of observers in the couduct
of the heirs Ij the British throne (in
poiut of fact there is- a very great
deal to be admired) their manner of
rearing their children would awaken
approbation from every parent. The
boy8 are sen t oft* on a cruise around
the globe, and it is understood that
no favors are shown them above other
luds of equal naval rank on ship
board, whatever festivities are creat
ed in their honor at the dilfereut
ports where they land. As to the
little girls,'if I were asked to name
those who, being the child reu of a
lady, are uniformly most plainly
dressed ami who conduct themselves
most modestly, of all such in Eng
land, 1 shoulu say at once ''the little
PrincesSca of Wales." 1 have seen
them at the opera, with their parents,
when, on one occasion, the little one
getting sleepy, her mot her took her
up on her lap and let her sleep there
on her knees all the evening. I have
seen them at charitable ceremonies
which were attended by much pomp
aud circumstance. 1 have seen them
riding, driving, walking, boating,
ami on none of these occasions, I
venture to say, did the wearing ap
parel of each one of the little girls
exceed in cost a ten-dollar bill; A
simple white muslin frock, uudeco
ratcd by any lace, unrelieved by any
silk slip or expensive sash, formed
the opera costume; the winter aud
boating dresses are of serge, the sum
mer dresses of washing prints. And
all are made in the simplest style?no
go Herings, puckcriugs ilouucings; no
bias bands, no khife - pica tings. No
feathers iu the hat; no furbelows any
where. Would that the "Mrs. Lof
ties" of America, those vulgar and
tasteless creatures who at the ?re
sent time at the watering places all
over the country are making the
bodies of their children a mere means
of parading their power to spend
money, and who are ruining the mor
al health of their offspring by incul
cating in these impressionable 3 ouhg
breasts a mad passion for personal
adornment?would that these sill\
and reprehensible mothers, I say,
could be here to see the pattern set
in this matter by the Princess of
Wales. The example is followed, as
all examples are when coming from
the fountain head of social eminence,
and the result is scon in the admir
able dressing of young English peo
ple, universally extolled in every
community of taste. Every one re
joices to hear that the little Prin
cesses came to no harm yesterday in
the runaway. Their carriage was
badly shattered, and a new wheel had
to be fitted to it in the open street be
fore it could be rolled on to the coach
house. The little girls, with their
governess, were safely lifted out, and
accompanied by a gentleman of
standing at court, who happened to
be passing, they made their way on
foot to Marlborough House.
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There is no use in drugging yourself to
death, and buying all the vile medicines for
internal use when you can bo cured of fever
and ague, dumb ague, billion* disorders,
jaundice, dyspepsia, as well hh all disorders
and ailments of the liver, blond and stom
ach, by wearing one of Prof. Giiillmettu's
Fi each liver pads, which in a tmrc cure
every time. If your druggist does not
keep the pad, send Si.50 in a letter to
French Pad Co. Tolodo, 0., and it will be
wnt you by return mail. It i? the onlv
pad that iH guaranteed to cure. Bew?re ?l
co?nterfeUii. may 10
v of (lie Mouth.
PovKinflBBfti, August 10th 1831.
Editor Orav. hj. limes:
I saw ill ? (.issue of two or three
weeks ngjHHw'eeeipt for making
scandal, nE? >rl- people around here;
wore bad efcMgli before, but it only
made themlBlrse, so I thought that I
would try An"! see if I could give a
cure for sjHidal, so please publish,
for the bcKalt of the above named
Take off rood nature" one ounce;
of an horlSpljil'cd by the Indians,
"Mind yofS^ own business," one
ounce; mixSiis with a little "charity
for others,"^itid two or three sprigs
of "keepyour tongue between your
teeth:" simmer them together in a
vessel called "circumspection," for a
short time, and it will be fit for use.
Application-the Symptoms are a viol
cut itching in the tongue and thereof
of the mouth, which invariably takes
place when you are in company with
a species of animals called gossips.
When you feel a tit of the disorder
coming on, Aake a teaspoon fill of the
mixture; hold it in your mouth,
which you will keep closely shut till
you get home, and you will lind a
complete cure. Should you appro
bend a relapse, keep a small bottle
ful about ypu, and on the slightest
symptom repeat the dose.
They had a terrible time at a wed
ding up at Petaluma the other day,
and which only goes to show how the
smallest drawback will take the stiff
ness out of the swellest occasion.
It >eema-that the ceremony was a
very grand affair indeed. There were
eight bridesmaids, and the church
was crowded from pit to dome as the
dramatic critics would say. But
when they got to the proper place in
the cerenu^ey, aud the groom began
for the ring, discover
i't on hand. After the
.cowled at the miser
a while, the latter do
agic circlet hud slipped
hole in his pocket and
worked into his boot. He com in u id
ea ted the terrible fact in a whisper
to tint bride, who turned deathly
pale, a ml w.?m ?mly kept from faint
iug by the rellccliun that they would
inevitably cut I he *A rings of her satiu
corRfllo in ca -e sh.- did.
'Why don't you produce the ring?
whispered the bride's big brother,
hoarsely, and fooling for his pistol,
under tlx' impression that the miser
ablo than was about to back out.
'i can't, it's in my boot,1 explained
the groom uader his breath, his very
hair mean while turning red with
'Try and fish it on!, somehow?
hurry up!1 murmured the preacher,
behind bis book
'I'll try,'gasp.mJ the victim, who
was very stunt; and he.put one foot
0:1 the chancel rail, pulled up his
trousers leg anil began making spas
modic jabs for the ring with his fore
finger. The minister motioned to
the organist to squeeze out a few
notes to till in the time, while a ru
mor went rapidly through the con
gregation to I he eilecl that a tele
gram had just arrived proving the
groom had four other wives living in
tin? Kast already.
?I ? 1 can't reaeli it!' groaned the
half married man, in agony. 'It, won't
Sit i'bwii and take your bool off,
you fool!' bisse i the bride's mother,
while the bride herself moaned pite
o it sly und wrung her hands,
There was nothing left; so the
sufferer sat down on the floor and be
gan to wrestle with his boot, which
was naturally new a.id tight, while a
fresh ru minor got under way that
the groom was beastly fight.
As the boot came finally off, its
crushed wearer endeavored', unsuc
cessfully, to Inden ".ende dollar'hole
in the heel of his stocking; noticing
which the parson who was a humor
ous sort of sky-contractor, said
?You seem to be getting married
justjjy time, my young friend.'
the ceremony proceeded with
rty ofthe lirst part standing
log, trying Id hide his well
ted foot under the tail of his
nnd appropriately muttering,
it!' at short intervals.?San
SoxuxPRDM.?'What is the dlf
fereRc between a man going to Ply
modxh Church and a .lav er about to
propose?' asks the Boston Courier.
Don't know.?Boston Post. Then
you had better go back to school.
One is going to sec Bcecher and the
other, to bobcech her.?Philadelphia
The following extract is taken
from the address of P;csidctit Miles
before the young ladies of Yorkville
"While we are warned against n
Pharastiical parade of otir observance
of religious duties, yet arc we bid to
ulet our light"?the radiance of the
Christian's life?"so shine before
men that they ma}' see our good
And I hope I am not trenching on
theological ground, in my lay ser
mon, if I would inculcate that broad
and catholic spirit of religious faith
which would include in one. great
Chi ist ian family all the true child
ren and followers of ('brist. Might
we not. paraphrase the familiar dis
tich of Pope and say ?
"For forms of faith let bigots then contest;
That which best rules the heart and life is
Let inc. once more, in conclusion,
commend to your attention (luring
all your training and preparation for
the duties of life, that description of
a went a u "nobly planned" which I
have already quoted from one of the
greatest, as he is one of the purest
and most thoughtful of English
poets, ft has really been the text
which 1 have endeavored to expound
and expand in my enforcement of the
importance of not neglecting the
cultivation of the strictly domestic
arts and accomplishments, and lay
ing the greatest stress upon the "edu
cation of the heart" iu the ways of
While sedulously striving then to
develop to their fullest extent your
God-given intellectual faculties, ami
lo store up in your minds the accu
mulated knowledge of the genera
tions of man, let me beg each one of
you also to remember, that a woman
"nobly planned," lit to be a true
"help meet" to man and trainer of
children for the Kingdom of Heaven,
ought to be
"A creature not too bright or good
For human nature's daily lood;
Ami yet a spirit still, and bright
V till something of an angel light.*'
When Men Are at Their BcHt.
Dr. Heard states that from an
analysis of the lives of a thousand
representative men in all the great
branches of tin? human family he
made: the discovery that tin; golden
decade was between forty ami fifty;
the l.ra/.cn between twenty and
thirty; the iron between fifty and
sixty. The superiority of youth
and middle life over old age in origi
nal work appears all '.be greater when
we consider the fact that all the posi
tions of honor and prestige?pro
fessorships and public stations?are
in the hands of flic old. Reputation,
like money and position, is mainly
confined to the old. Men are not
widely known until long after they
have done the work that gave them
their fame. Portraits of' great men
are delusions; statues arc false! They
are taken when men have become
famous, which, oh the average, is at
least twenty-live years after they did
the work which gave them their
fame. Original work requires en
thusiasm. If all the work done by
men under forty-live was annihilated,
they won hi be reduced to barbarism.
Men arc at their best tit that time
when enthusiasm and experience are
almost evenly balanced. This period,
on the average, is from thirty-eight
to forty. After this the law is that
experience increases, but enthusiasm
decreases. Of course there arc ex
ceptions.?Christ fan Intelligencer.
Professor Scott, who has recently
been appointed to the chair of Agri
culture jit Cirencester College, Eng
land, remarked at the opening of the
session "that it was a sad blot on the
intelligence of the nge that probably
ninety-nine per cent, of our farmers
came into their profcKsiou in life
without having ever received the
slightest training, cither scicutiflc or
technical, with special reference to
their needs and rcquiremen'fe.' The
old Roman agriculturist, Columelln,
said something of the same sort more
than eight hundred years ago, and
still we have to complaiu of the neg
lect of the proper training of youug
men to enable them to become suc
cessful farmers. It is not quite bo
bad now as in the. days of ancient
Rome, hut we have still far too many
agriculturists who think more of
watching the different phases of the
moon than of studying the chemistry
of the soil.
It is better to he the builder of our
own name than to be indebted by de
hceut for 'be proudest gifts known to
the bock.- of heraldry.
A Milwaukee bald-headed man told
a doctor that his iiair was falling out,
and asked him if he didn't know of
something that would stop it. The
doctor said he would fix him, so he
wrote a prescription, which was as
Chloride of sodium-1 oz.
Aqua purn --3 oz.
Shake well and rub on the scalp every
The bald mnu went to a druggist
aud had the prescription put up, pay
ing $1.00 for it. He asked the drug
gist it it wasn't a little high,.but .'felt
ashamed when the druggist asked
biih if he knew how much aqua ptfra
cost a gallon. He said he didn't, but
supposed it come high. The drug
gist told him that aqua puia was one
of the most penetrating drugs in the
store, and as for chloride of sodium,
there was nothing like it, and the
war in Peru had sent it up kiting.
The bald man used the medicine,
and felt as though it was doing him
good. His wife noticed little, new
hairs coming out, and he felt good;
so when the stuff was gone lie took
the bottle to the store and had it -fill
ed again. The chap who filled it thin
time was another chap, and when the
bald headed man threw down a dol
lar the druggist said: "O, neter
mind. We won't charge you any
thing for that." The bald man ask
ed how that was, when the druggist
said; "Why, it is only salt and water,
anyway. The salt is only 2 cents a
pound, and the water is pretty cheap
this year.'] The bald man gave one
gasp, and said: "Well h}'the great
bald-headed Elijah, I paid $1 for fill
ing that bottle before, and I want
my money back. It is a bald headed
swindle. I thought that Peruvian
story didn't look plausible." The
druggist gave the man a box of ci
gars to keep still about it, but ho
won't speak to the other druggist
who charged him a dollar.?l*cih't
High salaries for public officials
are advocated on the ground that
they will place the oJHcial beyond
temptation. This however does not
follow. High salaries encourage
extravagance, venality and dissipa
tion. Habits grow with what the}'
are fed on. The man who serves his
country out of patriotism for a ica
sqnable salary can always be trusted,
while the man who only serves hia
country out of avarice for a high sal
ary can never be trusted.??*x.
? III II I I II. -
A Galvcstou school teacher asked
a new boy: 'If a carpenter wants to
cover a roof fifteen feet wide by thirty
broad with shingles five feet broad
by twelve long, how many
shingles will he heed?' The boy took
up his hat and slid for the door.
'Where are you goingV asked the
teacher. 'To find a carpenter. He
ought to know that better than any
of we fellers."?Ualvestun News.
The Dr. never keeps anything but
he best of goods in his line and we
take pleasure in calling attention to
t hese goods. Gq down and try them.
The best way to apologize is to do
such a kindness to the offended one
that he will forget that you ever at
tempted to Injure him.
? ? ? ? mm ? ? -
Pad temper is its own scourge.
Few things are bitterer than to feel
bitter. A man's venom poisons him
self more than his victim.
T C. 1IUBBELL,
All Illnstra:cd Papers and Sunday M..gn
iiincK, Sea Side Library, &c, from which
the minds of the Old as well oh tUo Young
can be improved.
All orders for Hooks Papers, &c., entrust
ed to me will receive prompt attention.
DEPARTMENT OF DELICACIES
Where the bodv can be Refreshed with
Pure Candies of all kinds, Ice Cream of the
richest and purest flavors every day, ex*
ccpt Sunday, from 11 A. M to 10 P. M.
The Saloon is neat and private, and ladies
can feel at home.
Lemonade mado with pure Lemon Juice
and Lo if Sugar.
Fresh Charleston Patent Bread every
morning by Express. Also Currant ao'd
Potato Hread, and various other articles
too numerous to mention. Call and *ce for
voursslv.-s. T. C. HUBBELL,
may 19?6m Kubsell Stre'ie
ARTHUR H. LB WIN,
In rear of T. KOHX'S Store.
Entrance through the Store
Work neatly and promptly drffre.
ORANGE BURG, S. C.