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A. l??i>ei- for tlip ]|p?poi>Io.
Methodist.?Rov. O. A. Darby, Pas
tor. Services every Sunday morning; at
half-past 10 o'clock and at night at half
past 7 o'clopk. Prayer Meeting every
. Wednesday evening at half-past 7 o'clock.
Sabbath School cvory Sunday morning
?t 9 o'elock. L'hlWren's iSeetlpg oVery
third Sunday. * * *? ' 1 '
- PuKSUVTKiiiAN.?Rev. J. A, D. Brown.
Pastor. Serviecs every S'uudaS' morning
at half-pant 10 o'eloek, andern the after
noon at half-past 4 o'clock:' Prayer meet
ing eveiy Thursday afternoon at half
past 4 o'clock. Sabbat))' School every
.Sunday morning at half-pastMB o'clock.
BAPTI8T.?Rev. T. W. Melliehamp,
Pastor- Services every third and- fourth
?unday morning at hftlfcpnsfr 10-o'clock
??and at night half-past ? 6*cIodK ' Sab
bath School every Sunday " moaning at
half-past 8 o'eloek. SiiNdy School Mis
.sionary Meeting every fourth Sunday.
LUTiiEKAN.?Rev. J. F. Riser, Pastor.
Services every Sunday morning at hali
past 10 o'clock and at night at half-past
7 o'clock. Sabbath School every Sunday
morning at half-past 8 o'eloek.
Enscoi'Aj..?-ltoy. Ti, Uuerry, Pastor.
Services third Sunday1 in each month.
Morning half-past 10 O'clock; afternoon
half-past 4 o'eloek.
Y. M. C. A.?Rooms on Russell-street.
Open every evening during the week.
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening
at half-past 7 and Sunday afternoons 'at
G o'elock. Business meetings fourth
Thursday in each mouth.
ORANGEUUKG, S. C, MAY 28, 1879.
The celebrated "What never?"
"Hardly ever!" in the ".Pinafore" to
Ladies! those Trimming Silks,
Trimming Satins and Trimming
Fringes have arrived at Henry Kohn.
Granu Chcrus to-night in the Pin
afore at the Concert?"His sisters
and his cousins and his aunts."
Oun popular and ellicient Mayor
"was sick the early part of this week
put we are pleased to say he is con
A meeting of Eureka Chapter, No.
J13. R. A. M.j will be held on Friday,
May 30. M. M. and P. M. Degrees
will be conferred.
Mns. Sanders, of Charleston, will
exhibit at the Floral Fair a fine lot of
blooming plants which she will sell
to parties desirous of purchasing.
Mr. J. R. Tucker is engaged in
building a new fence around the Pres
byterian Church grounds. When
completed it will be quite an improve
ment upon Ute old inclosure.
Go to the concert to-night given
for the benefit of the Episcopal
-Chwch, and if'you do not carry your
^'uncles, your aunts and cousins,"
carry?wellj somebody else.
A fine Bhower of; rain fell on Sun
day afternoon, refreshing vegetation
and making glad the hearts of our
farmers. Good seasons and a good
price for cofaon'k.eep|the planter in a
most amiable'mood! '
WE; tender, our thanks to Mr. D.
It. Connor, School Commissioner, for
one of the finest head of spring cdb
lboce we have ever seen at this season.
Our good Commissioner is certainly
ahead in gardening this season.
The oat crop is. being harvested
and the yield bids fair to be the larg
est in this couuty for years. No
Crop will pay the farmer a handsom
er dividend than this and we trust
the acreage for the next season will
be double tho present.
Our young townsman, Mr. B. B.
Lee, represents the large manufac
turing house of Grnmpert Brothers,
Philadelphia, for the sale of their fine
Havana and Domestic Cigars, in this
State. We are glud to learn ho is
doing a driving business.
The children of St. Paul's Metho
dist Sunday School havo a treat in
Store for them if the programme pre
pared by the committee of arrange
ments is an indication. Read it,
cnildrcn, and.preparo yourselves for
a good time.
I; ? ?-?
Many thanks arc duo Mr. Harpin
Riggs for the sample of his delicious
boney presented to tho Democrat.
Patent hives are used by Mr." Riggs
and his honey is of the finest quality.
It evidently pays to use these hives
it only to enjoy the luxury of excel
' D?? Wi C. Wanrjamaker, formerly
of Orangeburg, now* one of the hos
pital physicians in Charleston, was
On a visit (or a fevrdaysf this,' wedk to
relatiqns in our town. Rev. A. V.
iNorris is also on a visit to Orange
burg, and ,^ooks as strong as when
living among us.
A few days ago a sow belonging to
Mr.'' F. G. Haigler, of Middlo St.
Matthews, gave birth to nineteen
pigs, six more than she had udders
to support them. Tho sow is two
and half years old and, with the pre
sent litter, has had forty-four pigs.
If any body has a moro prolific breed
tiring it forward.
May ho '"who tempers tho wind to
the shorn lamb" not'' overlook
the poor woman who, ja married to a
man who won't oubscribo for his
county paper, but depends upon his
neighbor for his reading. She is tru
ly one nut to bo forgotten.
Mu. Joseph Eros will accept our
thanks for fco. Cream. Wo rover
tasted' bettor. Our readers will not
forget his saloon'when the weather is
hot and refreshments needed. Iiis
wagon will go out every afternoon be
tween four and five o'clock, with ico
Mns. W.;A. Waronby kindly prp
ccntcd us with a couple of large and
beautiful flow era of the Cactqs; we
have never seen liner specimens. The
colors, a 'white and red, ai e remarka
bly rich with the different tints beau
tifully blending. We. hope her flue
collection of flowers will be largely
represented at the approaching Flo
Wk saw more drunken men in, Hie
streets of Orangeburg last Saturday,
and heard of more lights thau com
ports with the dignity of our town
and ' he good morals of our citizens.
Court week is no excuse for whiskey
drinking, and a mistrial of a lighting
case is no reason for more fighting.
Jim Cannon must have been oil" duty
The Missionary Society of the
Methodist Sunday School held its
monthly meeting according to an
nouncement on Sunday afternoon at
four o'clock'. Notwithstanding the
unfavorable weather a goodly number
wpre present, and Prof. Lawrence
made one of his characteristic speeches
to the old as well as the little ones of
We learn from Mr. Robert Copps,
our worthy County Treasurer, that
the following amounts were collected
on the taxes during the month end
ing May 15, 1879 : State tax, 8103-,
43 ; county tax, $410.22 ; special tax
of 1 mills for past indebtedness,
8112.25; district school tax, $293,
18 ; poll tax, $00.50 ; making a total
Young man do not be discouraged
because you ha\c been denied a
strong intellect, qv pine because you
have never made a success of any
thing and the future seeins to loom
up to you dark and forbidding. Re
member that the glorious picnic sea
son is here, and you arc needed to
put up swings und turn tho handles
of ice cream freezers.
Personal.?Mrs. Esther Loryca,
mother qf our fellow townsman, Jo
seph Loryea? visited our city last
week. She is an old resident of
Charlest?n, having lived there thirty
eight years, and is now seventy-eight
years of age and as spry as. a lark. She
is perfectly delighcd with Orangcburg
and would iiko to live here, were it
not for the interests she has to look
after in Charleston.
There is an unusual amount of
sickness' among the citizens of our
town for this season of the year.
We learn that Col. W. M. Hudson,
Mrs. J. S. Alborgolti and a little
child of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ilubbcll
arc all very ill. Our sympathies, are
with the afflicted ones b,ih\ we trust
that the means employed for their re
storation to health will be blessed
with n most gratifying success.
Wednesday morning Mr. Cornel
son's team, while hauling a, load of
furniture from the depot, became
frightened near Doyle's corner from
'a piece of canvas and dashed down
Rufisell street at a fearful speed, leav
ing articles of furniture" scattered
promiscuously on the road. Fortun
ately one of the horses fell and the
infuriated animals, were caught with
out doing any damage other than
breaking a few straps and springing
A chandelier in Mr. J. C. Pike's
store fell Saturday evening last toi
the floor and * smashed tbo lamps, I
three in number, in pieces. Two of
them wcro burning at the time and a
terrible disaster was probably pre
vented by the extra fine quality of
the oil used, the "Red C Oil," which
is said to be nori-oxplosive. .This is
certainly an excellent test and we
would recommend this oil to all per
sons who wish to uso a highly illu
minating and beautiful oil.
The Pic-nic of the Lutheran Sun
day Sphool yesterday at the Fish-trap
was quite a success. The happy
faces of the children indicated a
pleasant day, and the complacent
smiles playing over the features of
parents and friends testified to an oc
casion oi unusual enjoymont. We
rcgyet exceedingly our inability to at
tend but business engagement were
such as to make us forego a plcasuro
which under other circumstances we
certainly would have enjoyed.
? ? ? at W*HL, ft" ft U
Floral Fair-?Tho Secretary will
bo at tbo Fair Building from .twelve
o'olo.rU M", on ' Thursday . ,lp pinp
o'clock A. M.' on Friday to receive
articles to bo competed for. The
Fair will bp ppeped. puj Friday at,
9 o'clock A. M. Admission, adults,
50 cents; ehildren 25 cents, Re
frcshments will be furnished on the
I grounds by tho Association. The
grounds ,are- ready /oivtbe knights to
I prncjioe* Premiums awarded will be
[ paid in cash*.
Wk invite the attention of our
readers to the ncticlc on our first
page in reference to, newspapers.
When tho wholesome tr'utfis spoken
of in that article are thoroughly im-,
bedded in the teachings of our civili
zation, then will the printer's milleni
mii begii) to draw night and the war
dance of delight will swing corners
and chasscz around the editorial tri
pod, the scissbrs will cut the dou
ble shufllc, and the pastepot weep
grpat tears of unctions joy.
Tun appointments announced by
the County Auditor, where ho will
meet the owners of personal proper
ty and real estate, are published this
weed. The names of those persons
Composing tho Boards of Assessors
for the various townships, \yill like
wise btc found in another column.
It is of great importance that Ilvese
matters of the Auditor receive the
attention cf all taxpayers, and wo
would direct their attention to the
announcement of Auditor Barton.
How interesting it is for a young
man to be in tho company' of young
ladies while they are engaged in dis
cussing the different styles of the
latest su miner fashions, and to use
words something like this: "Polo
naise cut bias, with a frill around the
edging of different shades of color,
qnd Hounces cut parrallcl with the
scants and scalloped, and so on." It
makes a man conclude that there arc
some things he Las to learn yet, and
he scratches his head and looks sim
Tlik picnic of the Methodist Sun
day School will be held at Col. An
drew Frederick's Grove, an Tuesday
next, May 27th. The school will
assemble at tho Church at 7 o'clock,
and leave for the grounds at half-past
7 o'clock. The committee will take
charge of the baskets at the church ;
those sending baskets arc requested
to mark them plainly. Amusements
of various kinds will he provided for
all. j\ game of base ball between
the II,ampton and Junior Clubs will
be played in the afternoon. The!
wagons will leave the grounds for
town at six o'clock.
We know that our readers have
not forgotten the corner store on
Railroad Avenue and Russell street,
where Mr. J. W. Moseley keeps on
hand a large and well selected stock
of general merchandize suitable both
for the country and town trade. Ey
j cry line of goods is represented by
the best of its kind and selected with
spepial reference to this trade. Prices
are proverbially low and satisfaction
guaranteed to every one who may
favor him with a call. Buying for
cash and selling at a small profit Mr.
Moseley can and docs olfer the very
best inducements. See his advertise
ment, and don't forgot tp call.
A peculiar feature in the trado of
the present day, is the increasing de
mand for cheap things and tho re
markable facility with which our
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merchants adjust themselves to meet
the demand. Gooc} kid gloves for
fifty cents, handkerchiefs five cents,
calicos live con is ami, a hundred other
substantial things at prices wonder
fully low. Indeed the progressive
merchants ol Orangeburg arc insti
tuting a new feature by way of at
traction, nnd call the institution by
the popular name of "five cents coun
ter." Mr. T.' W, Albergotti and
friend Korljohn lcad% tho new move
ment. Success to them both.
The most intcrcbting ease of those
tried by a jury during the present
toim of the Court, was that of Fuirey
vs. Dnkcs, Mr. Mv'r. Browning re
presenting the plaintiff and Messrs.
J. F. Izlar nnd S. Dibble flic defence.
After a volume of testimony, much of
it conflicting, and four or live houis
of argument, the case wont to the
jury. ' An absence of several hours
revealed' the fact that no verdict
could bo rendered, there being eight
jurymen for the defendant and four
for the plaintiff, consequently a mis
trial Was reported. V/o trust the
friends of the parties will now take
tho matter in hand and make mi ad
justment on the" basis of a perfect
friendship. Life is,too abort and1 its
dutios too responsible for good men
to harbor" bitterness in their bosoms.
L;ct by-gones bo by-gones.
A lull lino of Dr. Tripe's Unique
Perfumes, Colognes ami Toilet Wa
ters. .These' Perfumes Lave ^gained
their popularity from their exquisite
sweetness and permanency of odor.
Any lady or goritlemap who will give
them a trial, will bo convinced that
no Perfumes, made in this, or any 6th
cr country, can comparp with theiu.
They arc only to bo used to be ad
mired. For sale by Dr., J. G. Wan
? _? \
Editor Orang<burg Democrat:
Foljowing the suggestion of some
friends, and with your permission, I
will.add two more names to the com
mittee' recently appointed by inyseif
to complete arrangements for the
meeting of our County School Con
ventions : T. J. P. Walsh, of the
Fork, and Mr. Hanahan, of Bull
Swamp. I trust thq experience and
skill of these gentlemen as teachers
will make them valuable accessions
to the committee. I s.eo no call as
yet for a meeting, can you not, as a
member of. thOiComraittoo, make the
call and urge the teachers to attend ?
D. L. Connor,
Wk clip the following notice of the
Democrat from the columns of the
Georgetown Times and Comet of last
week: "Wo have received this week
a copy of the Orangeburg Democrat
for the first time. The Tunes and
Conmt is delighted to make the ac
quaintance of such a neat, lively and
newsy sheet as the Democrat. It is
certainly one of the bc3t weeklies of
the low country, and whilst we do
not wish Spartanburg any harm, yet
we hope that its manager has taken
a long truce with the 'old \ron'> city,
and that he lias driven his stakeo deep
and tight in the low country soil."
Joseph Sessions, Esq., a first honor
graduate of Wo fiord College, is edi
tor of the Times and Comet, and we
are glad to know that the paper has
fallen into such able hands.
We are pleased to learn that Mr.
Edwin llay and wife and Mr. Austin
Govc and wife, all of Boston, Mass.,
are at Rev. A. Webster's an a visit
to our town, for thu purposeol spend
ing the summer months. These gen
tlemen, like many others, have left
their homes with the hope of im
proving their condition by the health
giving influences of our Southern
climate. "VVc trust in this they may
not be disappointed and- that their
stay among us may be as pleasant as
a residence among strangers will al
low, and when they return home will
be able to carry back with them noth
ing buttUc moot happj' remembrances
of a pleasant sojourn among the peo
ple of Orangeburg. We feel assured
that once our Northern friends under
stand on:* climate, soil and people,
Uicy will not be slow to come among,
us and perhaps be induced to make
Orangeburg their permanent homes.
We need the zeal, the energy, the
business habits and, the enterpiisc of,
the North at the South, and as much
;s.o. in Orangcburg as any where else,
and the only way to get these ncces
saiy elements of prosperity is for
i thoso who visit us now to be favor
ably impressed, with the country, cli
mate and people; with the country,
because of the fertility of soil and its
varied resources; with the climate,
because of its health-giving power,
and with the people, because of their
manners, customs and universal hos
pitality. We believe Orangeburg
possesses all the qualities of a favor
ite summer resort, but is sadly defi
cient in the conveniences necessary
to mako a long stay pleasant and
comfortable. Cannot these be pro-:
Teachers' Convention?Maj. Thomp
son to l?e Present.
Editor Orangeburg Democrat:
Wo are glad to observe the inter
est manifested in the organisation of
a Teachers' Union in our county.
As a member of the committee ap
pointed by our esteemed School Com
missioner, wo lately addressed a
communication to the lion. IL S.
Thompson, State Superintendent of
Education, informing him of tho up
pointm'ent of the oommitteo ami ask
ing if he would consent to be present
nt the organization of our Union,
and make us a speech, and we receiv
ed the following reply :
Cou.miua, May 15, 1879.
,/. B. O'Nealc Holloioay, Esq. :
Dear Sir?Your loiter of the 13th
inviting me to' attend a meeting o(
the teachers of Orangeburg has been
received* I. am gratified to know
that such a meeting is to be held,
and I will be glad to contribute' so
far 09 I may be able towards making
it'Bue'cessTul.' '? ' '
' Tiro dato which you mention, Sat
urday, JUhe 7, will shit inq, though
if your'profer I can attend on the
preceding Saturday. I hope the meet
ing will not bo later than the 7th of
June as I have other engagements for
the latter port of that month. Please
lot mo know when you decide upon
tho day." Yours very truly,.
Hugh fc?. Tumi^sqyj
The above letter explains itself.
Without jjiiy consultation wjtli tjio
olhor portion of the committee, we
suggested tho 7jh of Juno as, a c]ay
convenient for tcaclicrs, and allow
ip^ .abijndanco of opportunity, to
mnku the hoecss?ry. arrangements.
Wo Iiopc the Chairman of tho Com
mittee will not censure us for appear
ing officious. We arq deeply inter
ested on the snhiect p,f providing
some measures for the moral and in
tellectual education, of theyouth, p,fj
Keep the ball rolliug. Strike, while I
the iron is hot. Let us organise and
go to work. Trul}',
J. B. O'Neai.i. llcu-i.owAY.
As a matter of some curiosity, as
well as general interest to tho citizens
pf Ornngcburg County, wo publish
the following list of names which
were handed to us by Mnj. J. J. Sal
Icy. Wc aro informed that not one of
the gentlemen, WUOge, names are on
the list, is alive at this time. Tito
service intended, wag for the war of
1812, but, it is propablo the company
did nothing more than to take a posi
tion upon our coast and remain in
readiness to obey further orders. It
will bo seen that many of the names
arc familiar with us at tho present
day, and aye held in sacred memory
by a large number of relations and
friends now living.
Levell, Lexinc.ton District,
September 2Qth, 181-1.
Capl. John M. Salley:
Sir:?In consequence of Orders
received, the fust and second classes
of the militia of the 21st Regiment of
this State as classed in 1813, uro or
dered immediately to march t,o the
sea board. Cant. Sal ley will, there
fore take such measures that the said
fu st ami second classes of the militia of
Iiis company rendezvous at Mr. Dan
iel Walker's on Cedar Creek, on Fri
day next, at 4 o'clock in the after
noon, at that time anil place the olli
ecrs and privates of the said classes
will receive further orders. Captain
Salley will command the second
class. Jno. W. Lee, Ma.i.
N. U.?Capl. Salley will be f.o
good as to engage a baggage wagon
if convenient. J. W. L., Maj.
Capt. Salley commands tho 2nd
John Iluckcby, James Brown, Sr.,
Richard RutclilF, Bober,t Argae, Bur
ton Fansun, George B4 Myers, Joseph
Ratclilf, Ilolloway Williams, John J.
Wolf, Joseph Gleton, Patrick Young,
John Yon, Jr., John Salley, Jesse
Williams, Henry Livingston, Thomas
Gleton, Jacob Baker, over age, Uriah
Cumbaa, Thomas Briant, Isaac Hut
to, Sr., David Yon, Philip Martin,
Thomas Jones, Isom Sanders, Barnet
Powel, Powcl llydrick, Joseph Rush
ton, Benjamin Ilutto, Jr., Edward,
Bolen, Lewis,Parke?, Ruel Combat],
James McQueen, William Riloy,
Isaac Ilutto, Jr., Jacob Noose, Cor
nelius Ilutto, Thomas Davis, Win.
Wndkius, Joseph Williams, Leonard
Ham, James Chavis, Daniel William
son, Jaines Cumbaa, William Davis,
Jr., Lewis Yon, Thomas Bolen,
Muke A. Yon.
Corrected Weekly uy J.'c. Pike.
Middling.in? 10 1-4
Low Middling.1) SM ? 10
Ordinary to CJoud. 8 3-1 ?0
Riep, rough;.-.....81 jiO
ph\ A 1,AI)Y of several years' experi
W) eure, a situation as teacher of the
English brauche,? in a?sobool or family.
I The best references given mid satisfac
tion guaranteed. For further particulars
address Tllfc QjtAN?KnUUU DkMoCKET.
IRespectfully inform my friends and
the public lluil 1 am prepared to con
tract to do Carpenter's Work of any
kind cheaper than other contractors hi
Oraugebiirg County. Woik uolicitpd,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
March 7-3uios. .1. li. TUCK Kit,
B)EV. S. T. 1IALLMAN is prepared to
il FR AM E PICTURES of all sizes in
the neatest style ofllto art, and at lower
rates, for cash, than can be done else
where in the county. Picture Hangings
also furnished on the most liberal terms.
All parlies desiring work dorn; in tin:
above line, would do well to give him a
call at bis bouse in Lyon's Township, or
at l>r. ,S. A. Reeves,' Satisfaction guar
anteed. April 3?3mo.s
J. A. BARDIN & BR0.
PINCKNKY'8 LAN DING,
on SA.VTEE, NEAR VANCES FERRY
, DEALERS IN
G< ENERAL' MJdUClIAND I SE?OF
JC FERS lor sale A Hill and complete
stock of Groceries, Hardware, Ready
Made Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hal's,
Caps, and Trunks, and a line llneol'Dry
Qood? of ail descriptions Tor Ladies' use
and % ?ar ?also?
A fufr ; . J of Foreign and Domestic
Wines and J ira, Segnrs ae ,v?Hccoj
&c.,?!te. ' tu sept, Q, *
OFFICE QF. COUNTY! TREASURER,
Qkanojkju^i^v April 12, J97().
IN accordance with bisjtniptjoipj from
the Bonrq qf Emian^atibn, I vpj ho
hit the following ji.imni placc.s for J^c
collection of Tax.p8.for ue fiscal .year
commencing Novcqiopr. lj 187J3, on the
dates set opposite th.p namp of ij each
Orangcburg Court House, May 1Q,
iqilVto May 31st, 1870.ujid ()<\\\\ Kept. 30 I
to'Oct. .'50,18Vy. (uotn mourned.
Rbweaville, May 1, 1870 and Wpt 15,
1870. ' ' TT '
BraupJiyUle, May 2, 1870 and Sep*. 10,
1870.'.: " '
Lewlsville* J^Iay 9, 1879 and Sept. 23,
1?70, ?? ? ' '
Fort Mottp, May .10, 1879 and Sopt. 24,
Cedar. Qrpye, May 3, 1879 and Sept 17,
Easteilins, May 5, ,187p and Sept. 18.
1879. ' ' ' ? .
Connor's Store, May G, 1879 mid Sept.
19. 1879. ? ? . ' '
J. II- Felder'?, JJ[iiy 12, 1879 and Sept.
^Avinger's, May S., }a<9, apd Sept. 22,
Club House, May 14/, 18.79 and Sent 27,
1879. . * - '
Zeiglcr's, May 13, 1879, and SepJt. 2G,
Knott's Mill, May 7, 1879, and Se.pt 20,
lt. S. Gleaton's, May 15, 1879 and Sept
S?^-Oillec hours from 0 A. M. to 2?
M. ROBERT COPES,
Treasurer Orangoburg County.
April 18, 187?.
.X^YM^S "V^-BT TASSEL
For your Family Supplies in tlte way o
FINE LIQUORS, TpBACCO
FRESll LAGER always on draught I
GOOD FAT POULTRY and FRESH
EGGS always on, hand.
Country Produce bpug.htVnt the highest
J,AMES VAN TASSEL, Agt,
At Midler's Old Stand.
? T. V ZE
rpo,the requirements of the people, syid
\ feeling deeply interested in the satis
fac?on of tho public, I propose to make
efforts never before entered into for the
welfare of the community.
To tills end I have purchased my Stock
and knowing that earnest and honest en
deavors will meet with that success
which should nttend it. I would ask all
who are seeking bargains in
XJ> 3$ Y GJ- Ov O p S ,
CL OT H INOa
SHOES AND HATS
not to make purchases before examining
and I can aHSuro you5 you can save
l Theodore Kohn for Dress Goods.
Theodore Kohn for Novelties.
Theodore Kohn for White Goods.
Theodore Kohn for Domestics.
Theodore kohn fpr Cassimeres.
Theodore Kohn for Fancy G,Qp.d,s.
Theodore Kohn for Embroideries.
Theodore Kohn for Parasols.
Theodore Kohn for Straw Hats.
Theodor^ Ko.hu for Shoes.:
Theodore Kohn lor Shirts.
Tlu>odorc Kohn for Neck Wear.
A well kno\y,n fact that cannot bo suc
gives the best bargains to be had in
* OR AN O ?B.URG.
Kvjory^inap and-youth can be well dressed
in elegant BlyJq at nominal prices by
purchasing Clothing and Furnishing
T UE O.D.OJt IC KO-H-Nj
The Light KQitfifaig
DOMESTIC SEWIN<i MACHINE.
and Needles for nil Sewing Machines
always on hand and for sale cheap.
Agent for Madame Demotcst's
Spring and Summer Fashions are now in
and you can get Catalogues by applying
TII E O D O It E KOHN'S.
Agent for J. & P. Coats' Cotton, price
I per dozen 55 cents. Trade supplied. ?
No trouble to givo or send samples,
salesiudn' pollto and nnxioua to snow
goods.' Tbp continued rush of customers
Is proof conclusive that yon can get the
most goods for your money at
FINE WATCIHiB, ,
American and Swiss,,
Of'New und Elegant Designs, and Ext
DIAMONDS,. PEARLS, ,C>?EGS,
Aa weUaaJesa^jCQstly; ?ets,.lp grea^yarPy
ST*}R;LIKP SILVER WARE,
In Fresh and fteftutiful: Patterns, espct
clalJy adapted for, Wedding Present^
??.jo'^li'* djjwoiill *
SILVER PLACED WAR;$3
Tea Sets, Waiters, Ice Pitchers, ButfQr
? fll - i v .0 m.: lQ.. /A*
,QI10ICE FANCY GOODS,
Prencli Clocks, Bronzes,' Fine Table Cyk
lery,.Opera Classes, Fine Glassware.
The B.est Goods at the Lowest Prices?
Qrp 207 Kino Street.
White, Amber and Fult?,
SEED EYE. :?
SEED OATS, *
RUST PROOF, WHITE AND J ? ?.. ,
.; ki e in ??: f?i ' jnn ? /sa.
Grass Seed. Clover Seed.
SOME THING NEW\
Wnrranted I^ust I^roof
or Monpv Ref^nde^.,
?FOR SALE* BY?
L?MOK & XOWfiANCBI
Oct. d 3mo COLUMBIA Si C.
]. PRICES C V RUE NT
D. IW. MUSTARD,
I.ATE OF EEVy'ISVLLE, 8. C.
Dealer in Country Produce,
398 KING STREET,
FOWLS, per doz........3.25a3.70
Ducks (Eng'h) per,doz,..*..*..4.00
Ducks (MVy) per doz......5.00
Geese per doz..6.00
Turkeys per doz....12.00al5.00
EGGS, per doz..14
PEANUTS, per bushel.75al.l0
PEAS, clay, per bushel...65a70
" Mixed " .G0aG5
RICE, (Rough) per bushel..!.10al.20
lBEESWAX, per lb.......a22
HIDES, Flint, per ,1b..'...10
" Dry Salted,?? .......8.
SKINS, Otter, apiece......25a'2.50.
k4 Coon, M....5al5
v Fox, " .............I0a40
" Deer, per lb.,..^.lf>
". Qoat, 41.8
Highest market prices obtained for all
goods consigned to me.. Returns niado
promptly. Consignments solicited, ly
Rail XCOttcL Sohedule?.
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SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL R?AD.
Commencing Sunday, March IU,*1879,
Passenger Trains wjll ripi jJkS follows:
Leave Charleston at....0 45'k m,
Leave Charleston ai.tu.t..0 15 p m
Arrive at Columbia at.1.10,j> m
Arrive at Columbia.....7 00' p m
I Arrive at Columbia at..0 IS a m
Leave Columbia.8 20 a ui
Leavve Columbia at.4 00 p u
lieave Columbia at..;..,..9 30 p m
'Arrive at Charleston "at.". u.tiA JP.UP P Ml
Arrive at Charleston ai >,,i.v,..,.0 ?9. a jh
Leave Charleston at.0; 45 a m,
Leave Charleston at.0 15p m
Arrive at Augusta al...<.....?I 25 p m
Arrive at Augusta at........8 20 a'm
Leav.o Augiista.at..........v.\,..'..v.3 3d p m
Leave Augiista,e^...........'.7 30 p ni
Arrive at Ch'ai)Rston Vd.lj^vW P m
Arrive at Charleston at.......,....0 00 a m
CAM DEN DIVISION. . ,
(Daily, except Sundays.).
I,vavo Charleston at.7 20 a m
Arrive at Camden at.'..l.........'.:8 00 p n\
Leave Camden at...juj.?7 40 a u\
Arrive at Charleston..t.0 l?jj m'
Trains leaving Charleston at A 15, p. in.
apdColumbia at 4 p m. make close con
nections daily, except Sundayvwjfh tralm'i,
of Grccnvillu andtColumbia-Railroad, to
and from Greenville, .t^lho^lh^^uer
son, Sparlaubiirg aiid poTiilson ?Uc Spar
enburg and AHti?villo Railroad, and for
Laurcna oii'Tuesday, 'i'imi.-.day and oat
day. . " ,
? Trains leaving ( Imrleston at G 45 a.
m. and Columbia at \ p. m. make close
connections daity \vith trains of Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad, to and
froiu'ChafloJtu, Richmond, Washington
ami all Eastern Cities; also with trains
of Wilmington,- Columbia and Augiuto,
Raflrdad to and from Sunder, and other
.points on W. C. & A. R. It;
Trains leaving Charleston atG45 u. in.
nud 10 15 p. us. and Augusta at 3.30 p. m.
make close c?nncotions dully with treins
of Georgia .Railroad Jind Central ?Kol'*
road for Macon, Atlanta nud all points
'West nnd8outhweftt.>- H* <>m >*>rsf'?
Sleeping Cars on alt nloliPtlfalris.
JOHN 15. PECK, Superintendent,
D, C. ALLEN, Geii. K'aud T. Agt.