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A. Paper lljr the ^oq|>1c.
Metuo.UIST.?Rev. .O. A. Darby, Rflfl.
itor. Services every Sunday morning at
thalf-pastlO otelook and at night a.t ImV
past 7 o'clock. Prayer Meeting every
Wednesday ovenlug at half-past 7 o'clock.
Sabbath School every Sunday morning
.at 9 o'clock. Children's meeting every
presuyterian.-r-Ro,v. J. A. D. BlJOWIV
Pastor; Services ?vcry.Siuiday .morning
at half-past 10 o'clock, and in the after
aioon at half-past t o'clock. Prayer meet
ing oveiy Thursday aftornoon nt half
spaet 4 o'clock. Sabbath School oyory
Sunday morning nt half-past.* o'clock.
Baptist.?Roy. T. w. MeJUehnmp,
Postor. Services every third and fourth
Suudny morning ,at hall'-4\ast 10 o'clock
and at night half-past$ o'clock Sab
*?alljj ?phool every Sunday inorning at
nSlPpast 8 o'clock. Suwdy School Mis
sionary Meeting every fourth Sunday.
IjUTHEUAN.?Rev. J. f. Klser, Pastor.
Services evory Sunday morning at 10 1-2
(o'clock*. Sabbath School ever}' Sunday
morning at-9 o'clock.
iEi'iscoj'AL.?Rev. L. Gnorry, Pastor.
Services third Sunday in each month.
?Morning half-past 10 o'clock; afternoon
jialf-past 4 o'clock. .
Orangeuuiig, S. C, June 27, 1879.
Mit. Ed. Slater lost a lino mule on
Wednesday from colic.
A man owes his success in his life
work to the woman who walks beeide
bim. Truer words were never utter
We learn tbat( Mr. J. F. Robinson
Jms a plenty of watermelons 1 1-2
feet in length. This is ahead of any
thing we have heard of yet.
In another column will be found
the official proceedings of the Demo
erotic Convention, which met at the
Fair Building on last Saturday.
Since the rise in the river, the
rafts, so long blocked up above town,
ihave been broken looBe and are now
passing down on their way to market.
Master Henry Holm an; placed us
under many obligations on Saturday
last for a few lieautifid June apples.
They were fine and of the best flavor.
Messrs. P. B. Smoak & Co. have
recently had built a refrigerator to
keep their lager beer cool these sul
try days. It was constructed by Mr.
JP. M. Kiminev.
An Orangeburgt.drummer, profess
ing to bo in the' cat business, was
peering 50 cents to 81.00 per bead,
nnd.. when a supply was brought he
went .back on his business and denied
We arc glad to.!be able to report
Mr. John Inabinet, who has been so
seriously ill, as convalescing
Jy? and great hopes arc entertain
ed by his .friends, of, his final recov-1
A IttthJ;.-ftl?i*?f''OTfi not to be
outdone brought us a large fine
peach y.eaterday, which came'1 but ot
Ilia father's garden. Shelly wo prom-]
ised not to tell who that!little friend
was and we don't intend :to.
W? are requested to state that the
merchants of Qraugeburg have gene
rally agreed to close ppjj their stores
on the coming Fourth of July, it be
ing a public holiday. Persons living
out of town will please take notice.
That genial drummer, Mr. W. II.
Terry, representing the Drug House
of Brown & Brother, Baltimore, is in
town taking orders of our druggists.
This house does a large business not
only here but throughout the South.
The sweetest thing on earth is a
little child when it has . earned to
know and love. Them are o ir scnti
xnents. A girl child, [yt instance,
who is pretty, fascinating and sweet
tempered, and who is not over twen
ty years of age.
On Sunday night last the dwelling
And kitchen of Mr. Frank Brickie
were entirely destroyed by fire. Mr.
Brickie had barely time to get his
family to a place of safety beforo the
house fell in. The burning is sup
posed to be the work of an incendia
It is reported, by persons coming !
to town, that all the branches in the
lov/er portion of the county are dry,
nnd travellers meet with difficulty in
finding watering places for their
horses.1 We trust the rains will soon
fall and supply the needs of man and
Tettor' bitten jind (Railed from
Charleston inviting a friend in Or
nngeburg to attend a banquet to bo
given in the city on the 18th of June,
was leceived here on tho 21st. Can
the connection be made in time and
whose fault was it the Postmaster's
or the Railroad's?
The turpentine farms around town
are in full blast. 'Phis scaspp of the
year with this bueinees is a3 busy as
September &P<1 Qctobor with tho cot
ton planter, We notice several wogj
ons passing through the streets on
their way to the depot with barrels
Office hours on Sunday at Dr.
'iyannaniak^i^jB Drug Sl?ro from 8
10 A. M.,?nd from fi 1-2 to 8 1-2
P.M. J,u'on8cof o?ioi%oncy access
can be had to the Drug Storo any
time during the day or night.
The annual exhibition of Sheri
dan's School will bo held in the Court
House this evening, (Friday 27).
Tho exercises will begin at 8 1-2
o'clock eliarp; ar^l visitor,* are reques
ted to be iti the rcora by that hour,
The public arc earnestly and cordial
ly invited to attend.
Mn. G. D. Sellers left at our oliico
on Wednesday several very fine
peachcB which ho informed no came
from tue orohnrd of Maj. _r. W.
Sellers, of St. Matthews." They were
large and lusoious. These are the
first wo have seen this year of our
The horse of Mr. L. R. Beckwith,
while standing hitched last Saturday
to bis buggj', becumo frightened and
ran out of Mr. J. C. Pike's yard
across the Court House Square, and
smashed tho buggy in pcices against
a tree. Unfortunately Mr. Beckwith
was in tho storo or might have pre
vented the accident.
Oun thanks are due Mrs, Wm.
Wilcocks. for as fine airies'b of Irish
potatoes as we have had the good for
tune to enjoy this senson. They
were lnrgo and when cooked present
ed that mearly appearance which is
characteristio of the best varieties
only. This was a satnplo of a fine
crop raised by Mrs. Wilcoeks.
We are glad; to see that work on
the new ?trect between Judge Glover
and Mr. Austin Bulls' residences
has commenced. In a short time this
important work will be complotcd
and the street openod for travel.
Having already a street denominated
Glover street wo would suggest the
name of "Bull" street for this one.
Fkom several sections of the coun
ty we hear tho crops arc suffering for
rain nnd if the needed seasons are
not had in a few days, the yield of
both cotton and corn will be short.
We trust the latter rains will come in
copious 'ehowtrB and the reasonable
expectations of our farmeis will be
fully realized. A refreshing shower
fell on Wednesday evening.
We call the attention of our read?
ersjto the new goods received by that
enterprising firm of Sorenlruc & Lo
n ea. These gentlemen are gradually
and surely winning their way in pub
lic favor, .by selling reliable* goodsi
and as cheap a$ any firm in town.
Illuminators \itc n specialty and cer
tainly demand attention in these dayc
of lamp explosions. Remember Me
Master's brick"buldjhg and give* them?
a call. h
._i ?????? in -.oi
In company with Mr. G. D. Sel
lers, and behind one of his fast trot
ters, we paid a visit to Dr. J. H.
Pooser's placo to witness the opera
tions of a new motive power which
he has invented. It worked satisfac
tory to our eye, and seems to be a
good thing. , We? .will publish a full
acconnt of the machine in a future is
sue. We return our thanks to Mr.
Sellers for the delightful drive he
gave us, but think "Dick" came
back most too fast for safety.
A grand excursion train will pass
this place for Charleston this evoning
at 0 o'clock. The fai e is put down at
81.53 for the round trip from ?range
burg. This includes a sail around
Charleston harbor, beginning at three
o'clock Saturday evening.
There will also be a grand exclu
sion of the colored Baptists to
Branchvillc on June 28, 20 and 80.
Tickets good to return for three days,
from Orangeburg will be sold at 50
We aro due Mr. D. E. Smoak
many thanks for a can of his choice
Ham Sausage Meat. To us this was
a treat of rare enjoyment and for that
reason so much the more appreciated.
Mr. Smoak has on hand every varie
ty of Canned goods ant!.at rates re
markably cheap, also everything in
the lino of family Groceries just suit
ed to this trade. Our readers, during
the summer months, will do well to
give him a call and try his Canned
goods. ? , (. ; t . ? j - j f
AsnuusT.?We are in receipt of a
copy of this thrilling story in pam
phlet form by Mcbsrs; Riordan &
Dawson, proprietors of the News &
Courier. The get-up of the book is
all that coujd bo desired by the
friends of the gifted author, tho type
is the same as that used in the News
& Courier and tho priuting plain and
distinct. Those who havo not read
this story or desire to preserve it jr.
a moro convenient form iviU do well
to purchase a copy at once. It will
bo furnished through the Post Qillec
free of postage at 25 cents per cony.
Pomona .GrakgT;, -No. 17r~Tho"
next quarterly^^cliuir of the Pomo
na ^Jrnngo will |>n hohl ot *-ho liaH of
Washington Grango on Saturday,
July ?th. Subordinate Granges, arc
urged to seiul full delegations, as the
meeting will bo a vary important one
to the order. Secretaries and Mas-!
ters are particularly enjoined to dis
charge their duty by making reports
as required. Kirk Kouinson, Secre
tary P. G., Wo. 17.
The exft4iinat|on of thc^closses^pf
Sheridan's-* School ended yesterday.
Thcso exercises were thorough in
every branch and was alike satisfae
tory to the numerous visitors in at
tendance and creditablo to the sui
dents themselves.' The' oxldbtti?n,
as published elsewhere, will take
place in the Court Room to-night,
wherp wO expect additional laurels
will bo won by tho students. After
the year's work we wish them a hap
py vacation und a cheerful return to
duty next September.
We copy the following from the
Columbia; Register of the 19th in
stant : "The Oxerciscs of tho Misses
Martin's High School for Girls dosed
on the 18th for tho summer holidays.
Miss Emilie O. Scovillc, of Oraugo,
burg, having completed tho course of
study prescribed by . tho school, re
ceived, the graduate's medal, hearing
the motto of the school, Fedtina
Lenlc." Miss Scovillc graduated with
diolihction, and we extend to her our
hearty cdpgratulation ou the success
she has attained.
Tue executive committee of the
Orangeburg Teachers' Institute will
meet! at tho Court: Ii ousc .. ou next
Monda}', the 3?th of June, to make
arrangement for the July meeting of
the Institute which , will be held on
the second Saturday of July in the
Court Room. The members and
teachers in the county will please re
member the date and place of meet
ing and let there be a full attendance.
These meetings may be made to re
sult in great good to the profession
if the teachers.will take hold of them
in tho proper spirit and especially is
this needed in the infancy of the In
Love's Lament.?From Ludden &
Hates' Southern Music House, Savan
nah, Ga., we receive as their latest
* ? f t * '<
publication a charming ballad by
John L. Ilardce, or Savannah, which
wo deem worthy of more than passing
notice. Words of tender, but not
foolish, sentiment, expressing a lov
er's regrets that not for him again
can bloom "love's paseiori llowers"
linked to a melody that is in itself a
lament over a 'Ulrcam that is done,"
form a well nigh perfect song. Mr.
Ilardce has written successful songs,
but this is conceded to be his best
yet. 'Pile publishers' will' mail"it'
postpaid on receipt of Thirty Cents,
or it'can be 'had from any Music
"Ike" writes, to. knp,w it is any.
harm to compliment a lady. We "an
swer, no. To pay a compliment is
to tell the truth, and to tell it al
though you meant it. And the only
way to do that is to moan it. If a
?young lady is pretty or accomplished ;
if she plays well, or. sings well, or
talks well; if, iu'a word, she pleases,
why in the name of common sense,
shouldn't sho be told of it? Don't
blurt it out before everybody. That
will onhy serve to make ; her feel un
comfortable arid Lydh appear ridicu?
lous. Say it quietly when opportun
ity offers, but say it strongly. Con
vey the idea distinctly and fully, so
that there may be no mistake about
Another large consignment of
Dry Goods, .Notions, Shoes, tfcc, re
ceived at the popular Cheap Storo of
Mr. C. D. Kortjohn on Thursday.
We copy from his invoice a few arg
ticle3 by permission. Call early and
secure bargains, or you will be told :
"Wc arc just out." Follow our ad
vice and avoid disappointment.
Among the numerous articles wd
inuko special note of Gent's,-Ladies
and Children Shoes, Gents', Ladies
and Chilprcn's Hats, Summer Cloth
ing, Dusters, Suspenders, Hosiery,
Ladies' and Gents* Undervcsls, Cor
sets, Hamburg Edging, Swiss Em
broidery and Insertions, Combs and
Brushes, Hair Oil, Machine Oil, Ex
tracts, Towels, Shirts, Dress Goods,
Cottonadcs, Tweeds, Jeans, Parasols,
Fans, Price's Grenadine, Gents' Cra
vats and Rows, Toilet Soaps, Histor
ical and Poetical Works, Family
Riblcs, Pen, Ink, Paper, Envelopes,
Linen and Paper Collars, Accord
cons, Tumblers, Goblets, Glass Setts,
Lemon Squeezers, Knife Boxes, Rol
ling Pins, Horse Blnnkots, Alarm
Clocks, Plated Knives, Forks, Arm
lets, Spoons, P?ckot IvnjvcH, Revolv
ers, Garters,1 &c. ' After reading this
paper go .at once and avoid the rush.
The Democratic( Convention.
' ..sTho1 nsBe^blago^Ws colled to or
der by Malcolm I. Rrowning, Esq.,
County Chairman, who read an ud
drcs.o, which will bo published in the
next issue of the Demochat.
The County Chairnjau then stated
that he would organizo the :C aven
tiou by making up its roll primafacte
and then the Convention would elect
its own ufllcers, and requested Mr.
John L. Heidtman, Secretary of tho
Executive Comjh'n}tce, to act as tem
porary Secretary^lo make up the roll.
The Secrctar}' then called tho names
of the clubs in alphabetical order,and
the following delegates were found
to be present:
Amelia^?AY", T. Hives, and W. T.
Branehvillc?F. W. Fairy and A. j
F. H. Dukes.
Congnrcc?F. M. Puokott, H. C.
Paulling and M. L. Hcrlong.
Caw-Caw?T. J. P. Walsh and O.
Cow Castle?W. B. Rilcy.
Edisto?Andrew Myers, J. J. Jen
nings, Hi H. Jennings ana W. S.
Elizabeth?J. W. Hodges,, J,. S.
Rowd, and W; C. Wolfe. - 1. -I i
Fort Motte?J. D. Trezevant.
^Goodby's Township?A. C. Nor
Good by's?R. W. Bates and M. T.
Gray's Store?Dr. B. F. Palmer.
Hebron?11. Livingston nud Dr. T.
Jamison's?Dr. A. J. Horgcr and
John L. Moorer.
Liberty?A. R. Phillips, U. P. Sal
ley. W. II. Joyner and C. T. Davis.
Lyons?\V.~\V. Oliver, R. H. Zim
merman, J. W. Summers and Gl D.
?iddlepcu?A. J. Inabinet, J; S.
Conner, A. .1). Pair, A* M. Inabinct
and J. M. Ayeis. '
New Hope.?J. J. Wolfe, T. E.
Dukes and James Stokes.
.,. Orangeburg Courthouse.?J. H.
FowJes, R. Copes, M. L Browning,
W. J. DcTrcville, J. F. Jzlar, T. C.
Albergotti, S. R. Mellichnmp, Thos.
Ray, S. Dibble and M. Glover.
Pine Grove?\V. R. Parier and A.
Willow?James T. Williams, A. J.
Evans,,R. D. Moss and C. D. Bates.
Zion?W. C. ?'Millicil, N. N. llay
dcu, E. Hughes and D. W. Bnrlon.
Elizabeth Club not having elected;
dolegates tho gentlemen numed above
as its delegates being present were
on motion of Gen. Izlur seated as
delegates from that club.
The County Chairman then an
nounced that thp roll was made up,
a quorum of the Convention was pre
sent, twenty-two clubs being repre
sented and sixty-fpqr delegates pre
sent, and that the?Gonvcution was
ready] to proceed to the election of
its permanent oiliccrs.
Mr. Fowlca nominated Hon. S.
Dibble for President of the Conven
tion. Mr. Dibble-declined-and-mov
ed that Malcolm I. Browning, Esq.,
County Chairman, be elected Presi
dent of the Convention. Seconded,
anil Mr. Browning' then requested
Gen.- Jas..; E\ Izlar to assume the
chair temporarily. Gen. Izlar look
the Chair and put the motion and
Mr. Browning, County Chairman,
wa9 unanimously pleeted,"; President
of the Convention". On Taking the
Chair, Mr. Browning in a few re
marks, thanked the Convention for
the compliment conferred.
On motion of Gen. Izlar, Col. A.
D. Goodwyn nnd Dr. J.W. Summers
ivero elected Vice-Presidents, and
Mr. J. L. Heidtman Secretary.
Tho President thou had the call
for tho Convention read by the Sec
Tho President then stated that the
businoss before the Convention was
the election of persons to be suggest
ed as tho choice of the Democratic
Parly to be appointed to the olliccs
of Probate Judge and one County
Commissioner, from and after the
expiration of the terras of C. B. Glov
er, Esq., Probato Judge, and N. N.
Haydcn, Esq., County Commissioner,
until tho next general election in
On motion it was resolved that
the election for appointee to office of
Probate J udge as above be proceeded
with and thai the election be by bal
lot, and that tho President appoint
two tellers to conduct to election.
The President * appointed Messrs.
T. C. Albergotti and W. C. Mitchell
to act as tellers.
Mr. W. J. DeTrevillo nominated
C B. Glover, Esq., for' Probate
Air. A. C. Norton nominated W.
Mr. W. C, Mitchell poiniuatcd Jos.
Mr. Norton withdrew the name of
W? L. G)aze in favor of Job. F. Rob
Nominations then closed and tho
election was had.
The President then announced the
result, as furnished by the tellers, as
Number of votes cast.,.Gl
Of which C. B. Glover received.38
And Jos. F. Hobinsop.,.25
And blank............. 1
.lit ? ? ? j _
And that C.B. Glover, Esq., was
uly elected as tho choico of this
Convention to bo rccomuaeuded lor
appointment to the said ofllce.
On motion it .was resolved that the
same rule and same tellers ho adopt
ed for holding the election for np
pointeo Cor County Commissioner.
Mr. N. ? N. Hayden was the only
one nominated, and it was resolved
that the rule bo suspended and Mr.
Haydcu be elected by acclamation.
And Mr. N. N, Heyden was so
elected, and the .President so an
The President then called atten
tion to so much of the County Chair
man's address as requested this Con
vention to fill vacaucies on the Coun
ty Executive Committee.
The Secretary called tho names of
the clubs, and the following names
of members of that Committee wero
furnished by the respective delega
tions : , ,
Amelia?Dr. W. T. C. Bates.
Branchvillc?To be filled.
Congaree?P. M. Prickott.
Caw-Caw?T..J. P. Walsh.
Cow Castle?Dr. D. E. Connor.
Elizabeth?J. W. Hodges.
Fort Motte?Col. A. D. G'oodwyn.
Goodland?No delegates present.
Gooulaud Township?No delegates
(?oddbj's?-Dr. B. W. Bates. ,
Hebron - -Dr. T. J. Pou.
Jamison?John L. Moorer.
Liberty?To bo filled.
Lyons?J. W. Sellers.
Middle Pen?Dr. W. S. Barton.
New Mope?Dr. O. N. Bowman.
Orangcburg?J. W. Moseley.
l'inc Grove?W. A: O'Cain.
Poplar, Providence, Rocky Grove,
and Union had no delegatos.
Willow?Victor A. Guo,
Zion?Dr. J. C. Dolman.
Dr. W. T. C.-^riotes, who had been
elected by Amelia Club, as its mem
ber of the County Executive Commit
tee, in place of F. M. Wannamakor,
Esq., resigned, was confirmed by the
vQto of the Convention.
The President requested the dele
gates from Branchvillc ami Liberty
Clubs, and Q>\\ other clubs in which
there arc, vacancies to havo them fill
ed, ami names of committee sent to
Mr, Heidtman, Secretary of Execu
tive Com mit ce.
On motion the Convention then
adjourned sine die.
Malcolm I. Browning,
J. L. IIkidtman, Secretary.
A bashful young man applied to
his villago paper for information on
tho importaut subject, "How to win
a woman's love." The reply was,
"Kiss tho babies, caress the cat, and
pay strict attention to the old lady."
Now, boys, wc have given you the
points, and you must profit by them.
The Abbeville Press and Banner,1
of lust week, says: "The Orange
ucrg Democrat has now au Educa
tional Column, under the editorship
of Mr. J. B. O'Ncall Holloway, who
makes his bow in a graceful salutato
ry. Success to the enterprise. It is |
gratifying to see the deep and wide-;
Soread interest in education manifest
ed by the press of South Carolina."
The Orangcburg District Confer
ence of the South Carolina Synod will
convene in the Evangelical Lutheran
Church at Orangcburg on next Fri
day morning at 10 o'clock. During]
the sessions of the Conference the I
following 3ubject8 will be discussed :
1st, What is Christian discipline?
2d, What is the lelaliou of the
Sunday School to the Church?
3d, What is the most effective |
mode of training children religious
Preaching Friday and Saturday
mornings at 11 o'clock.
Sunday morning servico will be
concluded by the administration ol*
the Lord's Supper. AU sessions of
Confercnco open to the public, and
all arc invited to attend.
Corrected Weekly uv j. c. Pike.
Middling.11^> 11 1-4
Low Middling.lU(Vf> 10 1-2
Ordinary to Good.10(^ 10 1-1
II ice, rough.$1 40
Oats, per ewl..00
Eggs. 8 10
D)Y A LADY of several years' experi
I?) once, a sitiintlou as teacher of the
EngliHh branches in a school or family.
Tho best references given and satisfac
tion guaranteed. For further particulars
addro?s The Oranueuuru Dkmooret.'
Contract Work I
Bcspeetfully inform my friends and
_ the public that I am prepared to con
tract'to do Carpuutlir's Work of any
kind ch'eapor'thau other contractors' in
Orangcburg County. Work solicited,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
March 7-3mos. J. R. TUCKER,
H)KV. 8. T. HALLMAN Is prepared to
IK frame Pictures of allstes iu
the neatest stylo of the art, and at lower
rates, for cash, than ,ean ho done else
where in the county. Pjctpro Hanglugs
also fui-iii*d.iecl on the must liberal terms.
All parties desiring work doue iu the
above line would do well to give him a
call at his house in Lyou's Township, or
at Dr. S, A- Reeves. Satlsfactlon'guar
antoed. April 3?3mos
DYER AND SCOURER,
No. 84 Wcntworth street, near the Old
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Gents' Coats Vests and Pants nicely)
Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed. Faded und
Moulded Clothiug Renewed with the
"Brick 1 !
1 Pil Ann FIRS T-CLASS OR.I
xO?)\J\J\J ANQEBURQ BRICK I
for sale at the Orangehurg llrick Yard.
For particulars enquire of A. M. Izlar at
the Yard or JAS. C. BELL.
A. Ii. Knowltok. A. Lathkoi'
KNOVVLTON & LATHROP,
Attorneys and Counsellors,
ORANGEBURG, S. C
Attorney and Connsellor at Law
(Cor. Church & St. Paul's Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. p.
W. A. MERONE Y,
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
Oners his services to the public as
General Auctioneer und Collector.
Charges moderate, and all business
promptly attended to. Feb 14
J. A, BAEDIN & BED,
on SANTEE, NE A It VANCES FERRY
qeneral MERCHAND Ise?OFr
Good? of ail descriptions for Ladies' use
and v .*ar ?also?
A full / of Foreign and Domestic
Wiuesatid i <t >rs, Segars an '?v>*?Heepi
ic, &c. *xi sept, o, .o.
JAMES Y?N TASSEL
.For j our Family Supplies in the way o
FINE LIQUORS, TOBACCO
FRESH LAGE&always on draught.
GOOD FAT POULTRY and FRESIlJ
EGGS always on hand.
Country Produce b?ughtj at "the highest
JAMES VAN TASSEL, Agt.,
At Midler's Old Stand.
To the Public.
THE undersigned respectfully an-1
null nee that they have purchased the 1
exclusive ri<ilit to sell the justly celebra
tcd "New Virginia Feed Cutter" in the
Counties of Orangeburg and Barnwell.
In this Cutter, cheapness of construction
minimum of power and rapidity of exe
cution have been fully attained. The
commendations of the many who arc [
using this Cutter render it' unnecessary
for us to say anything relative to its|
merits. We only iisk a trial and feel fully
Confident that satisfaction will be given.
For sale at the storo of Mr. J. C. l'iko,
Orangehurg, S. C.
EDWARDS & THOMPSON.
JUnd 13-3 mo
IN THE MATTER OF THE ASSIGN-|
MENT OF AUGUST FISCHER,
OF ORANGEBURG, S. C.
r|^he undersigned gives notice to all
X concerned of his appointment, as the I
Agent of the Creditors of Mr. AUGUST |
FISCHER, who executed a deed of as
signment for the bencllt of creditors on
May 12, 1870. All persona indebted to
the said August Fischer will make pay
ment to the undersigned forthwith, and
creditors will notify him of their respec
tive claims. .1. Ii. HEID TM AN.
Orangehurg, S. C, June 5, 1S79.
WHOLESALE COMMISSION HOUSE.
M. DRAKE & SON,
13S Meeting St. Opposite Pavilion Hotel.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Cheapest House in the South.
"E have a large and well assorted
STOCK, and receive large invoices
by every steamer direct from the facto
ries in Massachusetts. Visit us when
you como to thu pity. Wo paji sell yop
miythtng iri the UOllT and SlIOE lino as
cheap as ypi| can buy fit Boston. Q^r
goods tbo saino as sold by any other
wholesale houso iu the ciiy, and our
prices are from 10 to 20 per cent, rower.
Liberal time to parties giving elty accep
taucp. April 18?2<nos
a week In your own town. $5
out lit free. No risk. Reader
if yoii want a business at
which persons of elthor sox
can make great pay all tiiu ihnothey
work, write particulars to II. IIa'i.l^tt
ALI "V JH
rpo tho roqulrcraenta of tho people, and
X feeling deeply Interested In the satis
faction of the public, I propose to make
efforts never before outoreu luto for tho
welfare of the community.
Tojthla.efld I have purchased my Stock
and knowing that earnest and honest en
deavors will wont with that success
which should attend it, I would ask all
who aro seeking bargalus in
jo Tier <?oo?ji.
SHOES AND HAT?
not to make purchases bofore examining
and I can assure you, yon can save
BY 0QIHG TO . ~
. ..I,.,. , ... ., .',..?!* r. ?th.rt?J".-:
. . V ? 1 bV' Ait ? v
Theodore -Kohn for?Dress.Good*.
Theodore Kohn for Novelties.
Theodore Kohn,for White Goods..
Theodore Kohn /or Do me -tics.
Theodore Kohn for Casshneres.
Theodore Kohn for Faucy Good?. ... j
Theodore Kohn for Embroideries.
Theodore Kohn for Parasols. ,, M
Theodore Kohn for Straw.Hats. ,.* .
Theodore Kohn for Shoes.
Theodore Kohn tor Shirt
Theodore Kohn for Neck Wear.
A well known fact that cannot be suc
gives the best bargalus to bo had In
Every man and youth can be well dressed
hi elegant style at nominal. prices by
purchasing Clothing and Furnishing
?? ?..!..!? liUll
Tho Light Running
DOMESTIC SEW*2JG MACHINE
and Needles for alt Sewing Machines
always on hand and for sale cheap. > <
Agent for Madame Demorest's
RELIABLE PATTERNS* .,
Spring and Summer Fashions are now rq
and you can get Catalogues by applying
at .? i ? fm.
11-ti ? J -L U -r.1 ?!?_,- !1' 7 I'll 111 )} ?
T If E O D ORE K O n N' S.
V. ' !.; J'ti't i'.M ililiV? 'J}T| ?m?L
Agent forJ. & P. Coats' Cotton, price
per dozen 55 ceuts. Trade supplied.
; * ? J . -a: < l/J f J II i ?n tMQ&i
No trouble to give or send samples,
salcsnieh polite "aud anxious to chow
goods. The eon tinned rush of customers -
Is proof conclusive that1 yonVaq'get thy .
most goods for your money at t (!
i?fVEDDING GIFTS AT ALLAiN'ST
^MJ ' " ?ade
?o? . j. r
FINE WATCHES, ;
American and Swiss, ' :
? ' i Latest Styiesy;
Of New and Elegant Design?; and j
quisite workmanship. ??*
. , i b .i a ! r? tt iiiiiuoil
DIAMONDS, PEARLS, CAMEOS, ,u
As well as less costly sets, in groat varl'y
STERLING SILVER WARE,
In Fresh and Beautiful Patterns, e*pe?
cially adapted for Wedding presents;
Tea Sets, Waiters, Ice Pitchers, B,utt?r
Dishes,' Cups, Goblets, ?fcc.
? * *j_ f| ? lU Ii i
CHOICE FANCY GOODS,
Prench Clocks, Bronzos, Fine Talcid Cu& '
lcry, Opera Glasses, Fiiip Glassware." >
The Best Goodi at the Lowest Prices; ,
JAMES ALLAN. u
3 m 807- KjNQ STnEET. ? ?
D. W. ?J1JSTARP,
Dealer in Country Produce,
398 KING STREET,
FOWLS, per doz.?.3.25a3.70
Chickens, per doz..2.00a2.55
Ducks (Eng'h) per doz.-.:....:.'.:.4.0ll>
Ducks (M'c'y) per doz.5.00
Geese per doz.;6.00
Turkeys per doz.........l2.00al5.DO
EGGS, per doz.14;
PEANUTS, per bushel..75al.l0
PEAS, clay, per bushel....65a70
? Mixed !r...60a65>
BICE, (Rough) pepbushol..l.l0al.20
BEESWAX, per lb*;5.'....?22
HIDES, Flint, per JbV...10;
"V L)ry Salted; ?...8
SKINS", (Itter, apiece...... ;....2?a2.o0
?? Coon, ?j ' "..........?al?:
" Fox, ** ..........;.10a40
?? Deer, per lb.15
Highest market prlcos obtained for all
I goods consigned to me. Returns mads
promptly. Consignments solicited. 1]