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A. Pivjjox* lor tlao l'ooplo,
Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A.
M.,'and from halr-past 10 A. M. to 1 P.
Columbia mail closes at 10 A. M. and
the Charleston mall at half past DP. M.
On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for
Feldervillo, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill
.closes at half-past 7 A. M.
On Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills,
"Witt's Mills .and Pishes' Store closes at
half-past 2 P. M. _
OltANGEUUKG, S. C. OcTOUER 31, 187f>.
Teams will meet promptly at half
past one o'clock this afternoon at
the store of Mr. P. G. Cannon.
A Vermont editor claims to have
seen a rainbow at night, and the tem
perance people despair of him.
Hie women of this untry squan
der 814,500,000 a year on ribbous.
Just think how many cigars that mon
ey would buy.
Let everybody turn out to-day and
go to the Fair, and contribute their
mite towards making the exhibition
a complete success.
We had the pleasure of meeting
last Wednesday morning the Rev.
W. It. Richardson, who had just ar
'eived from California. Mr. Richard
Bon is looking well.
The New Huven Register says when
you see a young gentleman escorting
a young lady with suspicious regular
ity you can bet on that walking
match. Not evory time.
Wilt. Hall's Vegetable Sicilian
Hair Renewcr change gray hair to its
original color and not dye the skin? i
It will! and is a preparation of ac
knowledged superior merit.
Did you ever know a barber to own
up that he had cut you? They never
do it; they go for a chnnk of alum
and casually remark, "Well, I guess
1 have shaved that spot a tri?e too
A dog belonging to Mr. R. II. Ri
ley, near Jamison, went mad on Sun
day last, and in his rambles visited
the places of Mr. C. W. Culler and
Capt. J. L. Moorer where it is be
lieved every dog was bitten.
We saw Mr. Elijah Hughes in
town on Saturday labt with one of
the finest county raised colts we have
seen in years. Mr. Hughes is an ex
cellent rider which mode the horse
move off smoothly and gracefully.
We had the pleasure of meeting in
our ollice yesterday Mr. L.- I*
Jlaynes, an old (riend from Spartan
burg, but who is now editor of an ed
ucational journal published by Walk
er, Evans oc Cogswell, of Charleston,
?Michigan is priding herself on
the fact that she has never had a case
of yellow fever within her borders.
Verily is the "law of compensation"
great. Neither has Memphis ever
h id a case of Zaok. Chandler within
It isn't worth while for Democrats
to be either unduly alarmed or at all
disheartened at the result in Ohio.
We can carry New York, and, carry
ing that State, we can elect the Na
tional ticket In 1880. It is a time
for bard work, not for croaking.
The Winnsboro N< vjs says there
was a distinct shock of an earthquake
felt in that town about 8 o'clock Sun
day evening last. In some localities
it sounded like a mere thump or thud,
others there was a rattling sound last
ing Bevoral seconds.
Messrs. F. W. Wagoner & Co.. of
Charleston, S. G, through their
agent^ Capt. T. A. Jeffords, have of
fered a box of fine segars as an addi
tional prize to the Team making the
best score at the Glass Ball Tourna
ment to-day. Hurrah ! for Wagoner
We would invite the attention of
our readers to the advertisement of
Mr. J. I. Sovrentrue, who becomes the
successor of the firm of Sorrcntruc &
koryen. Messrs. B. P. Izlar and A.
L. Stroraan can now be found at this
establishment, and will he pleased to
sec their many friends.
Talleyrand said that happiness
depends on a hard heart and a good
stomach. We have thought over this
chunk of wisdom, and the more wc
consider it the more convinced do wo
become that Talle; rand was right in
his tally, The majority of fellows
with hearts worry themselves to death
and the keener the imagination the
greater the suffering. A fortune
awaits the man who will invent a plug
which a fellow can introduce into his
emotions, to be tnken out when he
feels the need of a littlo worry by way
A nmn c&n say anything ho wants!
to ahout "Pinafore" now. He can j
whistle and sing every tuno from "Lit
tle Buttercup" to "Captain, I Some
Jolly information ;" can say "hardly
over" as much as he pleases, and can
oven hitch up his trousers in tlio street
without being shot. People merely
point to their heads and say : "It's
A man was fov ad dead at Fifteen
Mile bayou, near St. Francis river
Ark. A jury held an inquest, and
brought in a verdict in accordance
with the fact; after which the 'Squire,
noticing a pistol on the person of the
dead man, again called the jury to
gether, who found him guilty of carry
ing concealed v, capons, and lined
him $25, and some stock of the dead
man was then sold to pay the find.
The marriage of Miss M. V. Lov
cll to Mr. J. W. M'Thincy, of Black
villc, on Tuesday morning last, takes
from the circle of Ornngeburg society
one of its brighest ornaments. Miss
Lovcll ws3 a general favorite, and
as our community had to lose her,
we congratulate Blackville on her
acquisition. We extend our congrat
ulations to the happy couple and wish
them a safe and pleasant voyage over
the stormy sea of life.
We learn from our contemporary,
the Times, that wo received two vot,cs
at the late Fair of the Kdisto Hilles
for being the best looking (dear read
er excuse us until wo take a long
breath) man in town. Did you ever.
Well, there is no telling what a fellow
will come to before he shufllcs off this
mortal coil. If the deluded individ
ual who deposited the voles will own
up and promise not to slander us
again we will freely forgive him.
Fou the Teeth.?Many of the
powders and pastes'now in the mar
ket contain ingredients like pumice
stone, charcoal, &c, which ought
never to be used for the purpose.
The Saponaceous Tooth Powder is
warranted to contain nothing in the
least injurious, and has no equal for
its purpose, as its flavor is pleasant,
is perfectly soluble in the mouth, and
contains nothing gritty or rough for
the teeth. For sale by Dr. J. G.
One of the good results of our
Democratic administration is the
laudable desire of pur colored citizens
for schools and the anxious enquiries
made for competent teachers. They
appreciate the privilege oircrcd by
the government and desire to reap
its benefits. For this purpose notices
have been placed on the School Com
missioner's door by trustees of sever
al districts asking lor competent col
ored teachers. We hope their wants
will be supplied.
Tue year's work in our farming
communities has been summed tip
and the result, notwithstanding the
hopeful predictions of both producer
and consumer, shows a cotton and
provision crop full one-third short
throughout the county. For the col
ton there is no remedy but a high
price, but a liberal sowing of oats
will meet the deficiency in the other.
Can our fanners hold their cotton for
the one, and make the sowing for the
The Darlington News notices fav
orably the improving condition of the
colored people in that county. It
says that a large number of them own
horses and cows, and many ol them
arc freeholders and no longer depend
on liens, hut work their lands with
their own money, and pay for their
provisions in cash. Their moral as
well as their pecuniary condition is
iir proved. There is less stealing,
churches are numerous and well sup
ported, and newspapers and periodi
cals are liberally patronized.
We were shown quite a large and
line specimen of phosphate rock ob
tained on lands of Mr. Bascom A.
Sbuler, in lower St. Matthews, a
week or ten days ago. The strata to
which this rock belongs lies about
twenty feet under the ground and is
thought to be thick and compose 1 of
the best quality of rock usually em
ployed an a base for the fertilizers so
generally used by farmers. If the
deposit proves to be extensive and of
the same quality as this specimen it
will be worth the attention of capi
talist to utilize it for fertilizing pur
A very good precedent was estab
lished recently by a respectable col- j
orcd man at Blackville. His daugh-l
tor having been for a long time the re
cipient of very marked attention by a
young admirer, the old fellow deter
mined to bring a period to the pro
tracted postponement of "business,"
consequently he confronted the de
voted couple with the parson Sunday
night after services and demanded
the immediate performance of Ihn
ceremony The young gallant pro
tested at first, but the old gent, was
firm, and the twain were made one
We learn that sovoral members of
the Tatrons of Husbandry in our
county clubbed together and sent on
to Tennessee and Kentucky for a cat
load of horses and mules, which ar
rived on Monday's train safe and in
good condition. The average cost of
this load, including freight, per head
was 30 per cent, or more below
the Orangeburg market price. We
see no reason why tho Grange may
not be move generally used by our
farmers for the purchase not only of
horses and mules but, of the finer
breeds of cattle, sheep and hogs.
Were this the case wo would soon
sec butter, cheese and wool a mar
ketable produots of our farms.
A Dead letter.?The Edgeficld
Advertiser says that certain ncgros in
jail at that place, charged with adul
tery, were promdtly liheaatcd by
Judge Mackcy on the opening of the
Court recently at that place. Judge
Mackey holds that the statute docs
not define the crime of adultery, and
that it is not pnnishablc by common
law. He regards the statute as a
dead letter, and so expressed himscll
wheu he was in Darlington last sum
mer. It is to be hoped that the next
Legislature will put life enough in
the law against adultery, so that the
Judges can act nndcrstendingly when
such cases come up. There are plen
ty of them in this County waiting for
i he law to lake cfTccton then.
The Fair opened on Wednesday
last under promising circumstances,
and the managers seem in good heart
of a successful season. When the
entries closed on Wednesday 11
o'clock, the clerk announce d that over
eight hundred articles had been en
tered for exhibition. Among these
we notice some excellent .specimens
of needle work?indeed this depart
ment and that of sweetmeats are
much fuller than previous years.
The department of Held crops is not
so full but more varied in the articles
and ill every'respect presents quite a
creditable account of the work of the
present year. In our next issue will
bo found a full report together with
the premium list.
Senators Vance and Hill have re
cently passed through the interview
mill. The former favors Hancock as
the strongest man to oppose tha Grant
boom. He believes that the South is
opposed to Tilden, and also to Bayard
because the latter pigeon-holed the
silver bill. Tilden will probably por
ish in the present Democratic eat
fight in New York, but the Stale will
he saved noxt year. Senator Hill be
lieves that Robinson has a chance of
winning, and is confident that New
York will be Democratic next year.
In his opinion the recent purification
of the Georgia administration by the
Legislature has killed out the Inde
pendent movement, Georgia will be
more strongly Democratic next year
than ever before.? Winnsboro News.
The most heinous murders are fre
quently occurring in the North, but
no account is ever given of them in
the jacobinal sheets of the party of
moral ideas, while if a white man
South snuffs his cigar against one the
nation's wards Nast and the Tribune
will howl over it for a month. This
is provoking to truth-loving people,
but C. D. Kortjohn continues on in
his strangely mysterious way of sell
ing goods lower than anybody else in
the State. How he does it no one
knows, lie belongs to the church,
and cannot, therefore, be in league
with some infernal spirit who enables
him to perform such wonders ; neither
is ho known to have a genii in his
employ, who by enchantment invests
him with powers over other men, wc
must, therefore, conclude that Kort
john has simply learnt a secret not
known to other merchants?that of
buying goods under his competitors.
Don't forget tho auction. *
Oun thanks arc due Mr. E. I\
liaigler for a copy of the old Charles
ton Mercury, bearing dato July 12th,
1843, the summer when Mr. John C.
Calhoun was the candidate for Presi
dent) and Mr. Lcvi Woodbury for
Vioe-Prcsidcnt of the United States.
On the third page is an account of
a Fourth of July celebration, held at
the muster house of the Fleabilc Com
pany, on Hm -1th of July, 1813. On
this occasion Dr. L. Dantzler deliver
ed tho oration and Mr. A. Holmnu
read the Declaration of Independence.
Among the voluntary toasts wc no
tice the names of Mr. Henry A.
liaigler, J. Peter liaigler, Jesse N.
liaigler, J. Lewis liaigler, A. Thnrl
night, Mr. M. Shuniakcr, J. Winter,
George Tilloy, Joshua liaigler, Lew
is T. Rast, J. liarman, Aaron Shircr,
James T. Rast, J. Zimmerman,
Frances M. Rast and D. D. McLure,
names fami.iar at this time in that
section. Many of these gentlemen
are dead, and of those living we rec
oguizc only the names of Jesse N.
liaigler, M. Shuniakcr, T. Zinnnor
man, as citizens living in that section
at the present time, and even those
arc old men and far advanced into
the evening of life.
Grand Jury Presentment.
Statu of South Carolina, Orangeburg
County?In the Sessions?October
Term 1870. ?
Tho Grand Jury, in attendance up
on this Court, submit the following
To Uu- Honorable A. P. Aldricli, Pre
siding Judge :
In the discharge of our responsible
duties, it is our privilege to note cir
cumstances which afford us gratifica
tion ; and we are called upon ollicial
ly to notice matters of a contrary na
ture. Numerous complaints have
been made to us of the condition of
the Roads and Bridges in the county,
many of which are in a dangerous
condition, unlit for travel;.and sever
al cases of wilful obstructions of. high
ways by individuals io the disregard
of public couveniencc and of the law,
have been called to our attention.
One of these latter complaints as to
the closing up of a road in Union
Township, leading into the Binnakcr's
Bridge Road, is appended hereto us
a part of this Report; and we present
to the Court the name of R. V. Mc
Michael for indictment for obstruct
ing the said road; and report the
names of Dr. A. S. Salley, Donald
Sallcy, Nathaniel Salley, John Rowc,
Allen Gray, and I. M. Felder, ns wit
nesses to prove the charge.
The iiolman's Bridge has no foot
way on the causeway, and the water
is Icnce deep at ordinary times. This
is a serious inconvenience to the
neighbors who have in numbers com
plained to us, and requested us to
bring it to tho attention of the Court.
All the roads in the Fork of Ed is to
ate sadly in need of work.
Jcfcoat Bridge, near the line of
Lexington County, has never yet
been repaired though futile dibits
have been made. One of our County
Commissioners informed us lhat a
contractor said he would do the work
for Lexington County at the rate of
ten dollars per thousand feet for the
lumber used, but would want twenty
dollars from this county, because the
pay was very uncertain. A sad com
mentary this, upon our financiers !
Tho Orangeburg Road, leading
from the tlUG" Road to Davis' bridge
has been and is now obstructed by
ono Thomas CaTtmill, who has erect
ed two gates across the same, and
plows and plants up the road, leav
ing scared}' eight fect open for travel.
Mr. N. N. Ilaydcn, Chairiuan of the
Board of County Commissioners, in
forms us, that lie gave Mr. Carl-mill
permission to'?do nS nbpvc slated.
We present Mr. Cart mi II for the said
offence, and ask lhat a rule issue
against N. N. Hoyden to show cause
why he should not bo punished, and
by what authority ho could thus
grant indulgences to persons to ob
struct the public roads, to the great
inconvenience and wrong of the pub
We furnish the names of Walter
C. Jumper, Mclvin A. Posey, B. A.
Yon, and M. L. Glcatoa, as witnesses
in this matter.
The road leading from Barn well to
Columbia, in the part next to New
Bridge, is almost impassable and is
very dangerous and unlit for travel.
This from the bad work and want of
work ; the work that has been done,
being in its present condition a de
cided injury rather than any benefit.
We present the County Commis
sioners for neglect of duty in all those
matters; and urge upon the Court
that they be held to a strict account
ability for these grievances, which
como so numerously to us from the
people. The excuse is, as we arc in
formed, Ihc want of funds. We have
done our duly in reporting these mat
ters to the Court. A vigorous inves
tigation will discover the true cause
of all this trouble ; and then the rem
edy can he applied.
The Poor House is a disgrace to
our civilization. It is too small, even
for the fortunately few occupants;
scarcely furnished at all; and the in
mates aro nearly naked. These
things should bo remedied, at all haz
ards, in some way. Wo find from re
ports in Commissioners' ollioe that
the average number of paupers in the
Poor House for the past year was
eight; and of paupers assist eil out
side twenty-eight. The total cost for
supporting them for tho year is
81,083.GO, divided as follows, for sup
port of those in the Poor House $781).
59?for those outside S2?8.16. Av
erage cost of supporting each pauper
inside the Poor House 81.88; and
those outside 20 cents per week.
Tho County Commissioners Ollioe
we found in some apparent confu
sion, owing, as was stated to us, to
the fact that thero has been a recent
change in the incumbent of Clerk to
the Boaid. We lind no minutes of
of meetings of tho Board recorded
since June 3rd of thisyotir?.although
informed by Mr. Connor that the
Board had mot frequently since that
time. We could not properly exam
ine this olllce on account of tho con
fusion in which its papers aro kept.
Mr. Connor and the new clerk of the]
Hoard looked in vain for papers call
ed for. We trust that these words of I
rebuke from us will have a salutary
'" The County Finances wo lind to be
in a dreadful condition. The hack
indebtedness is estimated at about
$20,000; and there will be only
81,.000 collected from incoming taxes
to pay oil* this heavy debt. The cred
it of the county is at zero. One of
the County Commissioners informed
us that uobodv would work or fur
nlsh materials to the county, not
knowing when pay day would come.
Neighboring counties arc in a better
condition und we cannot see why our
finances can't by proper arrangement I
and management be put on a credita
ble basis. Is our system of estimate]
for current expenses defective ; or does
the fault lay in the assessment or col
lection of taxes? Surely it cannot
be the latter. It is our duly to point
out the evil; we regret that wo can
The School Commissioner's Oflioe,
we found fairly kept, though wc no
ticed specimens of spelling |>oslcd on
the School Commissioners door, and
iu his books, which do not lellectj
credit upon those having charge of the
educational interests of our children.
And in this 'department again the
funds seem to be inadequate or badly
jianaged. The schools could only be
Kept open the present year until the
end of January. These things should
no remedied. The advance of the
age, in its contrast, rebukes these de
feels in our system of education, and
calls for reform in this most impor
tant department of our public affairs.
The Jail, wo found well-kept and
clean ; several locks being needed and
should he at once supplied. Wc re
port the recent escape of a prisoner,
probably from Ibis want.
The Ofliec or the Clerk of this
Court needs belter arrangement and
furniture of pigeon-holes and shelves
for preserving the valuable records
land hooks there deposited. This
walit has been spoken of by the pres
ent and other Grand Juries, until it
has become a regular part of these
Reports. Wc earnestly ask the Court!
lo take steps to have this want sup
plied before the next term of this
The plastering-of this hall is in a
manifestly dangerous condition. Be
tween each term of the Court large
quantities of it fall and the debris is
thrown out of the windows. It might
he guilty of the "high contempt" of
failing during term. This complaint
has become also a standing feature of
theso Reports. We now ask; your
Honor to make such order as will
prevent a very sorious accident, by
which some life may be lost. It it be
the fault of the contractor, builder or
architect, he or they should be held
responsible. It should be attended
to nt once. Suitable and couvenient
desks and seats for the lawyers
should be at once provided. And we
would call the attention of the Court
to ihd condition of the beautiful
shade trees thai surround Ibis Court
House. They are objects of pride to
every citizen of the county, and they
should be spared and proleoted and
preserved from the constant mutila
tion they arc undergoing. Il is a
shame to the oinccrs having these
matters in charge, that they should
witness this almost sacriligious de
struction of these beautiful and grand
old trees. We ask the Court that a
rulo be at once issued, diiected to the
County Commissioners requiring them
to show cause, if any they can, why
they have thus neglected their duty.
In conclusion wo congratulate our
community upon the diminution of
crime. '1 he session of this Court is
briefer than it used to he, anil we
i trust th'it the time is not far distant
when law and order will he so
universal that our County of Orange
burg can hold its 'maiden assize' and
there will he no criminal for tiiaK
Appreciating the pleasure of dis
charging our duties beneath the pre
siding of the Judges, whom we know
and esteem ; and thanking your Hon
or for the uniform ability ami kind
ness with which you have assisted us
in our tasks all of this our Report is
I. J. Yon,
Corrected Weekly by J. C. Pike.
Middling. 0 A I
Low .Middling. 0 l-l
Ordinary to Good. 0
If ice, rough.$1 10
Oats, per ewt.,.75
Poultry. R5<5> 25
A. B. KNOM'l/rON. A. LATllKOl*
KNOWLTON 6t LATHROP,
Attorneys und Counsellors,
ORANGEBURG, S. C
Attorney and Counsellor at Lav/
(Cor. Church & St. Paul's Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
I a week in your own town. $5
.outfit tree. No rink. Bonder
Id' you want a business at
Which persons of either sex
can make great pay all the time they
work, write particulars to II. Hai.i.ktt
TAMES A. HAMILTON oilers his scr-1
tf vices to auction Stock, Merchandise,
iftoi, on SalesdayB, or to attend sales any
where in the County. Orders left at the
store of John A. Hamilton will be at
tended to. JAS. A. HAMILTON.
O EV. S. T. IIALLMAN Is prepared to
IR FRAME PICTURES of all sizes in
the neatest style ol'ihe 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 parties desiring work done in the
above line would do well to give hint a
call at his house in Lyoh'fl Township, or
at Dr. S. A. Reeves. Satisfaction guar
anteed. April 3?3mos
Office or County Comm issio?ns, }
Ohakueuuhu County. >
ORANOEUUltO, S. C. Oct. 10, 1S71). }
rTUIE Annual Meeting of the Board of j
JL Count)' Commissioners will be held
on the first Tuesday after the first Mon
day ill November next. All persons
having claims against the County which
have not heretofore been presented, will
lllo the same with the Clerk ol the Board
on or belore the first day of November
next. T. R. MALONE.
Clerk Board County Comiu'rs
Oct 10- -It Orangeburg County.
ORANUEBURG, S. C,
1 would respectfully inform the public
that I have just received and now open
for inspection one of the largest, cheap
est and host selected stocks of
FALL and WINTER
of all varieties, and that the same will be
offered tit prices which will defy all com
petition, and I would especially call the
attention of all close
to this fact. A full stock of
always on hand to which special atten
tion Is Invited.
GEORGE II. CORNELSON.
Sept. ID, 1S79.
j Something New!
In addltlou to the large and elegantly
assorted .stock of Dry Goods, Boots and
, Shoes, Hats, Ac, itc, also
of tho best quality, cheaper than can be
bought any w hero else. The iiuest and
best stock ot
The prices of which have just been re
duced 25 to 50 cents per gallon.
D. E. SMOAK & CO.
Have iittted up their up-sfairs, and laid
in a stock $5,000 of the lluest, best and
cheapest assortment of
to be found between Columbia and
Charleston. If.yon are in need of n suit
at any price, Pants, Coat or Vest, don't
lull to see them before buying. Just re
ceived, 150 barrels of
FLO XI JR. ,
Which will be sold cheaper than the
same quality can be bought in Charles
ton, make room for
to bo hi by the first of November.
RUST PROOF WHEAT & OATS
D, E. SMOAK ?fc CO.
Drangeburg, S. C. June 27 tf
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Any person sending ns the money for
twenty subscribers to the Daily may re
tain for his services twenty dollars of the
amount; for twenty snbscrihors to the
Tri-Weeklj', fifteen dollars?f the amount ;
and for twenty subscribers to the Week
ly, live dollars of tbe niuoiuit.
As nil Advertising Medium, The Reg
ister affords unequalled facilities, having
a large circulation, and numbering
among its patrons the well-to-do people
of the middle and upper portion ot the
State. Terms reasonable.
I For any information desired, address
CALVO & PATTON,
Proprietors, Columbia, S. C.
JOfPariics desiring., copies of Tub
REGISTER to exhibit in canvassing iViil
be supplied on application.
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Market Street, "
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ORANGEBURG, S. C.
Mr. R. II. WILES respectfully Inform
his friends and the public generally Ihn
he is prepared to receive and make to or
Of the best material, niul finish them In
first class stjle. Also One and Two
put up at tbe shortest notice and lowest
prices. Repairing neatly and strongly
? done. Horse Shoeing by expert Smiths.
All work dono at rates to suit the low
ptice of cotton. Call and give nie a trial.
U. II. WILES,
Orangeburg, S. C.
June 20, 1879.
calTj vmm call
At the People's Bakery*
BY THE PRESENT PROPRIETOR
Who is still ready and willing to
BREAD, ROLLS, PIES
of all descriptions.
by the barrel or hox. i
BREAD FOR CAMP-MEETINGS,
Any other meetings at short notice.
JUST RECEIVED FRESH CONFEC
TIONARYS, FANCY GOODS AND
NOTIONS, Which will be sold as low us
any that can he bought in Ornngeburg.
Thnnkltil for the past patronage of my
friends and tiro public I still solicit a con
tinuance of their custom.
T, W. ALBERGOTTI,
Next door to Mr. J. P, i I ai lev.
Orangehnrg, Sept 1!1, |S7$i ly