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jk. l??i>ox* lor tlio r??oi>lo.
Opcn'frctn half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A.
M., and vtom hajl-past JO A. M. to 4 P.
M. ? ? " *
Columbia mail cloees ;?.t. iO A, M. and
the Charleston mail at iliUf.'^asl u I?. M.
On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail' for
Felderville, Vanccs Ferry und HolJy Hill
closes tit half-past 7 A. M.
On Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills,
Witt's Mills and Rlshes' Store closes at
half-past 2 I>. M.
^ORAKCSKIIUKG, S. 0. NOVEMIIEIt 14, 1870.
Odds and Ends.?The .State Bap
tist Convention will meet at Aiken on
the 20th instant.
The only thing a hoggish than docs
not try to got nioro than his share of
is religion. ?
A gkeat many young mop might be
more usefui if Utey belonged to a
Homo Miss Shun Society. ''.*
Thews is nothing lower than hy
pocrisy. To profess friendship and
act enmity is a sure proof of total de
The last Chicago atrocity is this:
When a St. Louis girl sneezes it is a
6igu of damp weather or rain across
the river in about two days, when the
6pray comes down.
The heavy heat led, schooled to dis
appointments, may at last become so
weary and saddened that no sudden
and new disappointment can cause it
more than a passing pang.
4*Pinafore" is a great nautical
drama because it is so full oP'navy
tar." If this is intended for a pun
on naivrtc the perpetrator i.s request
ed to call around and get a war map.
Judge A. P. Aldrieh is quit ill at
his residence at Iiarnwell, He has
had a severe attack of malarial fe
ver, and ia still very feeble. Wo
trust that his health will speedily lin
The Knights of Honor have buried
23 memders of their ort!;cr ju Memphis
sinca the present fever season bogan.
Also 10 members of families. They
have treated 153 persons, and ex
pended in all, $7, 992, 20.
Gov. Simpson has commissioned
Captain N. N. llayden as Count}'
Commissioner for Orangeburg Coun
Butteiuck's Winter Fashions are
just out. Call for Metropolitan Re
cord at Henry Kohn's Dry Good's
It takers aVwhold legislatu.ro lo
change a man's name. A wonjanoan
change hers by the act of a single
Summer, weather has prevailed dur
ing the entire week and caused many
persons to resutnc tha light clothing
so recently laid aside.
The wile of a New York German
tailor, mother of an eleved months
old girl, gave birth to twins, where
upon tho father fled from home, and
has not since been heard from.
The Edisto Rijles have adopted a
very neat ami handsome uniform,
wlpch will he ready in about thirty
day3. Qrangeburg can then take a
just prido in her gallant soldier boys.
Tjie Brooklyn Republicans have
again decided that Mr. licechor is in
nocent of the great transgression.
How man37 times will the character
of this truly good man have to be
We take pleasuic in recommencing
the use of Hall's Vegetable Sicilian
.flair Reuewer as a safo and reliable
preparation for restoring gray hair to
Jts natural color, and promoting Its
Since the cotton picking season is
ended, loafers have increased and the
towp is crowded with people who ap
parently have no visible means of
making an honest living, The va
grant law ought to be enforced.
The town scavenger buried the
fir? wells last week, that is, ho cover
ed them up with sand. A gentleman
remarked that ho supposed the
fire department was dead and conser
quently the wells should be buried.
We sometimes knuckle readily lo
difficulties, and take oomplaccncc
pn our serene submissiveness to Pro
vidence, when a little moro pluck and
persistence on our part would over
come the obstacles. Wo mistake
laziness for Christian resignation.
As an indication of the extent of
the business of our growing town in
the past, its picsent prospects and its
future out-look, wo will stale that
fourteen drummers registered at Mc
roney's Hotel last Monday night, ate
hearty suppers, slept soundly and
sold large bills the next day. Can
any interior town in the state beat
this for drummers?
OuDi:ui.y-Scrgount F. S. Dibble, Of
the Edisto RiQes, has been promoted
Lo the Third Lieutenancy qi' that ?al*
laut corps. Lieutenant Dibblo was a
brave defender of the "Lost Cause,"
and his promotion will be a gratifica
tion to his many friends.
We lcaru that a larger sowing of
oats is being made this season than
ever before in Ibis couuty. Our farm .
ers arc beginning to learn that the'
oat is a cheaper and a more profita
ble crop for stock than corn, upon
which they have been depending so
From the favorable weather for
picking cotton and'the rapidity with
wl?cU"i? ha? been' brought to market
we arc inclined to think that the bulk
of the crop has been sold, and the
high prices now pi evading will only
benefit the fortunate few who have
been able to hokt their crops.
The committee of ladies appointed
to serve at the Christmas Festival
to be given next month by our friends
of the Presbyterian Church to assist
them in building a parsonage, arc re
quested to meet at' the residence of
Mrs. N. A. Bull, Russetl-street, next
Tuesday morning at ten o'clock.
Gov. "\V. D. Simpson has appointed
by proclamation Thursday, Novem
ber ?6tb, }87?, as a day of Thanks
giving and Prayer to our bcncficic.nl
Croator for the blessings of vyhich
He has made us the recipients dur
ing the past year. It is to "be hoped
that this day will be snc;cdly observ
ed by our people.
The water gutters on the Court
house have "been repaired by Mr.
Wilcocks^ and brick basins have been
laid by "My. Bell to receive the rain
watcv. These repairs have been de
manded by the large quantity of wa
ter that falls and ncccssaiily settlers
about the walls of the building to its
damage and saves expense to the
Several of our citizens have gone
to the State Fair to spend a few days |
in social communion with friends
from the different sections of the
State. We fully intended going but
recognizing the force of the old add
age, "Business before pleasure," we
had to give up our trip. Those who
arc gone have our best wishes for
a pleasant time.
The Newberiy BrOaS Band furn
ishes the music at the State Fair.
The Columbia band were left out in
the cold, we suppose, because of their
exorbitant charges. Our County
Fair paid these ihusio blowers over
one hundred dollars for three days.
Why may not the young men of Or
angeburg organize a band and pooket
come of this money ?
Wild ducks are beginning to visit
the river and larger mill ponds for
the purpose of hunting roosting
places, and the sportsmen of tho town
aro having a nice Li nie shooting them,
One gentleman, a member of one of
the glass ball Learns, shot twenty
times and baggad one duck, which
taught him the vast difference be
tween glass ball and duck shooting.
Tjie only Legislatures elected last
Tuesday that will have the privilege
of choosing United States Senators
arc those of Maryland and Missis
sippi. Both arc Democratic, and the
result will be the gain of a Democrat
ic Senator in the place of Bruce, of
Mississippi. Tho Senate will remain
Democratic until March, 1883, and
probably many years afterwards.
Wj: would say to persons in need
of bibles and testaments that Rev.
Mr. Rountree, the agent of the
American Bible Society for this coun
ty, has loft a supply at the California
Store of Mr. J. I. Sorrcntruc, which
will be sold as cheap as to be within
the reach of the poorest citizen. The
books are of excellent quality and of
sizes from a large family Bible down
to a five cent Testament,
As the indications arc pretty
strong that the holidays will come
along before the next olootion, por
haps it might be a fair thing for the
Presidential booms to keep still a lit
tle while and give the holiday boom
a chance' If the miud of man must
continue to be bothered about booms,
it is oidy a matter of right that it
should, be allowed as great a variety
of booms as possible.
In, consequence of tjie long contin
ued drought, the wells arc failing, the
streams in the county aro drying up
and the Edisto river is lowor than at
any previous period. Wc haar of a
number of farmers who aro watering
their entire stock at home and find it
extremely difficult to obtain a supply
of water. If the drought continues
mticu longer the water supply will be
come a serious question in this coun
Down thev Go.?A groat many
dry goods wont to tho bottom of Ibo
Atlantic this weck. In Orangcburg
all that went down was the prices.
Especially was this case at Mr. Henry
Kohn's store, where everything has
been marked down to bottom prices.
Mr. Joseph Eros has just received j
one of tho largest and best Beleetcd
stocks of confectionery ovar brought)
to this market, which ho is disposing!
of at from 15 to 50 cents per pound.
He has also on han^l raisons, cur
rants, citron, &c, &o. Give Mr.
Eros a call whenever you need any
thing in his line.
An exchange says, and truly, too:
"The man who refuses to spend his
money liberally is galled stingy and
mean. Ho who spends it liberally is
spoken of ao a spendthrift, who must
sooner or later bring up in the poor
-house,'.' L)on't have any money
that's ,thc best way?or give it all to
the poor, as we do.
Wk arc glad to learn that most of
the public schooJs, in the different
Districts, hayo opened and arc now
under headway. It is probable they
will run a good deal longer than
heretofore. There is a slight deficien
cy Iri t'.io number of teachers which
wp, ?rust will be supplied after the
*29ch of this month, the time appoint
ed for as extra examination.
Tiik Charleston Democrat says
that soon after the Mayor's election
in Charleston a daily paper will be
started in that city with sufficient
capital to ensure its success. The
new paper will support Samuel J.
Tilden for President of the United
States and M. W. Gary for Governor
of South Carolina. Wo suppose our
Uncle Samuel will send down a bar
rel of money to aid the enterprise.
We direct the attention of our.
readers to tho change in Mr. James
Van Tassel's advertisement in anoth
er column of this issue. lie still of
feis the freshest groceries, the purest
tobaccos and segars, and indeed one
of the best assortments of family
supplies to be found in tne Orangc
burg market. Go to Midler's old
stand with your poultry, eggs and
country produco and giyc Mr, Van
Tassel a trial.
Foil the Teeth.?Many of the
powders and pastes now in the mar
ket contain ingredients like pumice
stone, charcoal*, &c, which ought
never to bo used for the purpose.
The Saponaceous Tooth Powder is j
warranted to contain nothing in the
least injurious, and has no equal for
its purpose, as its flavor is pleasant,
is perfectly soluble in tho mouth, nid
contains nothing gritty or rough for
the teeth. For sale by Dr. J. G.
Postmasters have no soul for son
timent. A young lady in Georgia a
short time since sent through the mail
to a gentleman of Washington a box
of flowers. Unfortunately she had
put it tho box n slip of paper with
the simple logend, "With love," w.iit
ten thereon. The postmaster found
out about the writing, and the young
man had to pay letter postage to the
amount of sixty cents?thirty cents
apiece for two simple words. Let us
hopo that ho did not begrudge the
In Edgefiold there aro eight candi
dates for the Senate, thirteen lor
Sheriff, sixty for County Commission
er, and seven or eight hundred for
the Legislature. This is what the
Advertiser hears. The whole state
abounds with self-sacrificing patriots,
willing of course to serve the people
in any capacity from a trial justice
ship to the highest office within their
gift, and yet some of our exchanges
are urging the abolishment of soiue
of the present offices. Brethren of
the press dou't speak of too many of
fices. It makes all the aforesaid
patriots tremble to think of it,
Mayor. Sale, of Charleston, threat
ens to invoke the aid of D. T. Corbin
to place him again ns mayor over a
pcoplo who do ;mt want him ; but the
friends of low prices say they will not
let the struggle down there bother
them so long as C. D. Kortjohn lives.
Living now with half what they once
did in consequence of his cheap stock,
the hardships of the world do not fall
upon them so heavily as in former
days. Kcopjcg constantly on hand
a vast variety of things, Mr. Kort
john has become a positive blessing]
to the county. Indeed, no one man j
has made sq many hearts happy with
in the last year as Kortjohn. His
auctions and his cheap store arc on
the lip? of men, women and children.
Even the breezes take delight in
bearing his name and famo to every
house and hamlet in the county! If
yon desire twice your money's worth
call on Mr. K. ;
When eqrtaiti men want, office uud,
can't get $ through the Democratic
party, they become very clamorous
about Urn rights of tho working men.
This dodge was tried in?Orangebiirg
in 1878 by a few chronic office-seek
eis, but the working men saw through
the little game and refused to be led
by tho nose. Mayor Sale is relying
upon something of this kind to be
elected Mayor of Charleston, but the
intelligent voters of the city, bo they
professional men or mechanics, will
support Capt. Wm. A. Courtenay, the
regular Democratic nominee.
The resistration of the .voters of
the city of Charleston was closed on
Tuesday evening last at six o'clock
with the following result : Number of
white voters, 0,43,7 ; number of color
ed voters, 5,340 ; total, d 0,7-7.9. This
gives an increase over the registra
tion 1877 of 1,191 names ; of this
number 912 arc colored voters. jit is
probable that considerable repeating
was done on the part of colored men
while others registered who had no
right to a vote in the city which
proves that under the strictest rules
regulating the registration names
may be fraudulently entered up the
Attention, Orange Light Dra
goons)?By virtue of special orders
No. 2, Series of 1879, from Brigadier
General's ofllcc, jou arc hereby or
dered to meet in Orangeburg, on
Wednesday, November 19th, for the
purpose of electing a Brigadier Gen
eral for the Second Brigade of South
Carolina Volunteer State Troops, to
which this command belongs. All
members arc commanded to turn out
and vote as no ballot will be taken
except for members who deposit it.
The polls will be open from 8 a. m.
to 12 m. The commissioned officers
will be managers of said election.
By order of N. N. JI AY DEN,
Tjjb steamer Clunnjiion, of the
Adgcr line, plying between Charles
ton and New York, was lost at the
mouth ol the Delaware river on Fri
day morning last at three o'clock by
a collision with the Lady Octaviu,>
wljich caused tho loss of thirty-four
lives and about 8200,030 in freight
and ship. Also, the steamer Falcon
from Baltimore to Charleston was
sunk off Cove Point on Saturday niglit
last by a collision with the seljoonpr
S. C. Tryon. No lives lost,' These
disasters arc of more than ordinary
interest to our citizens because the
steamers sverc owned by Charleston
merchants and many of our own
merchants had goods aboard one or
the other of these boats. As a set
off to these losses we learn that the
Qeo. W. Clyde has been recently pur
chased for the New York and
Charleston line, and with the^ Motto.
Castle will hereafter run regularly
between the two ports. This will in
part supply the loss and perhaps in
crease the travel and business.
We learn that the Fence Law,
which has been in operation in sever
al of our up-country counties for the
past two years, is being pretty freely
discussed by fanners in several sec
of our county. One year ago this
Law could scarcely muster a hall
dozen friends throughout the low
country, and now in Orangeburg
alone more than that number advo
cate its adoption as the best
policy to insure the material prosper
ity of the agriculturalists of the coun
try. This charge is doubtless due to
the growing necessity on the part
of our own people to find some
cheaper method of protecting the
crops than that which obtains now.
It is always best, however, in such
matters that tho question be freely
and thoroughly discussed, that its ad
vantages and disadvantages bo laid
before the public and that no change
bo adopted until it is proven to bo a
plain necessity. For this purpose
wc plfcr the columns of the Democrat
to the farmers of our county in order
that the quostion may bo freely con
sldeied before tho necessity arises for
I a decision.
Corrected Weekly nv J. C. Pike.
Middling. 10 3 9
Low Middling.. 10 1-8
Ordinary to Good. 0 4*3
liicc, rough. 81 10
Oats, per cwt.,.7u
Attorney and Connaellor at Lav/
(Cor. Cliurch & St. Paul's Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
Dec 13-tf ? ? '
Grand Invitation !
We arc opening every day New Goods.
Beautiful Cashmeres in Hlaok and in al
the New and Fashionable Shades, Taf
fettas, .Silks, Salin?, Diagonals in all the
In Nook Wen;- by .every steamer.
The latest styles and patterns in all
goods. Yon can secure more elegance
and excellence and yet practice more
economy than ever before.
Dcautifnl Dress Goods at 12 1-2 cts.
Notwithstanding the heavy advances
in Linens and Long Cloths we are selling
ut the old low llgures.
CLOT H I 3NT Of
For old and young at the most reasona
In large variety and 1q\v prices.
Come and take a look ^t!he
Lightning Sewing Machine,
The cheapest and one of the best Sewing
Machines in the market.
THE LIGHT RUNNING
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE
also always for sale, also Needles, Plai
ters Attachments, Oils, etc., at Factory
Reltab|e Patterns for Fuil and Winter,
received and tar sale.
I inyjut all to call nud examine my
iinnicnso stock and low prices, no fault
\\)\\ be found if you do not buy. RE
Orangeburg, S. C, Oct. 10,1879.
has not been fayqrec) wlU| propitious sea
sons It is true, but thorivyill nevertheless
he sufficient made to produce peace and
comparative contentment in our loud,
and also allow our good matrons a mar
gin for pocket change, in view of this
fact 1 recently had my nlready capacious
store renovated and enlarged, and am
now receiving the
LAUG K S T S TOCK
ever offered for sale in Branchville in.the
I have a complete assortment, of Ladles
Dress Ooodrf. Alpacas, Worsteds, Calicos
Homespuns, bleachlujrs, Linens, Hand
kerchiefs, Hosiery, Shawls, Collars.
Laces, Hibbons?in a word, every thing
that the most scrupulous taste could ex
act, or the most, inquisitive mind con
ceive of. In the GeuU' Department my
supply isiitoiiou superb and complete,
consisting as it does of the most thorough
selection of the kind ever
BROUGHT to BRANCHVILLE!
Such as Coats. Pants, Vests. Hats, Caps,
Hoots and Shoes ol all styles and prices.
In addition to the articles already enu
ineratcd, 1 have every kind of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CROCK
ERY AND TINWARE
to lie thought of. Also Lamps, Shades,
chimneys, &c. In the Grocery line, 1 am
determined not to be surpassed, and am
offering unprecedented bargains hi
FLOUR, COFFEE, SUGAR, LARD,
HUTTER, HAMS, SIDES,
MOLASSES, Ac., etc.
[ keep also constantly on hand Harness,
Saddles, Hrjdles, Girths, etc. Hut It
would take a column to mention all 1
have for my customers. Conic one and
all and see for yourselves. Don't spend
live coins until you examine my stock.
No trouble to answer questions or to
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
COTTON and PRODUCE!
Thanking my friends for past favora, I
shall continue to strive to merit a con tin
tiummcc of the same.
A.. F. H. DUKES,
BRANCHVILLE, S. C.
Tllcsneotfully inform my friends and
the public that I am prepared to con
tract'to'do Carpenter's Work of any
kind Chea'per than other contractors in
Orangeburg County. Work solicited,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
March 7-3mos. J. R. TUCKER,
W. A. MEHQjYEY,
ORANGEUURG, S. C.
Oilers bis services tP, tho public as
General Auctioneer and Collector
Charges moderate, and all business
promptly attended to. Feh 11
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR
BOYS AND GIRLS.
Corps of Teachers.
HUGO G. SHERIDAN.Prlnclpn 1,
W?t. Ii. GLAZE.l^t Assistant,
In charge of 2nd Grade Room.
MISS MACK AY.2nd Assistant.
In charge of 1st Grade Room and Girls.
rrWiis School opens on the First Monday
-JL in September annually, nnd nontlli
ucs.unintcrruptedly until tbe Uot of June.
TKItMS PER MONTH.
First Grade, beginners.8'2.0<)
Second Grade, Grammar pupils. 2.50
Third Grade, advanced English. 3.00
Latin, Greek, and German eaeb.
COimSK OK STUDY.
First Grade.?Alphabet. Spelling, Rud
imentary Arithmetic, Writing and First
Steps in Geography.
Second Grade, Spelling. Heading,
Writing, Arithmetic, Second Steps in
Geogr.api.iy, Grammar, Written Compo
sition, Latin, Greek and German.
Third Grade. Spelling, Reading, Writ
ing, Arithmetic completed. Geography
.completed, Gru.mmar eompluted. Compo
Hition,* History,"Philosophy. Rhetoric,
Logic. Hook-keeping, Algebra, Geotno
try, Chemistry, Latin, Greek, Geruiun
and Written Composition.
Elocution is taught in each grade.
Miss Mackay has charge of the girls.
Students may enter at any time during
the term, and are charged only from
date of entrance.
A Ubend deduction made when three
or wore children attend from the same
Hoys and ?Irls are prepared for the
Sophomore Class in any College or for u
aucccssful business lifo.
Neatness of person, polite manners
and a high sense of honor are considered
of no less importance than the brauche?
taught, and are therefore hiculcaUt
with unremitting assiduity.
Board may be had in good famllle?
near the school at ten and twelve dollars
per mouth, including washing and lights.
Boys and girls are kept separate and
no intercourse allowed.
A liberal share of public patronage is
A. Ii. Knowlton. A. Lath nor
KNQWLTON & LATHROP,
Attorneys cud Counsellors,
ORANGEDURG, S, C
pi week in your own town. $"?
kOiittltfree. No risk. Header
fit you want a business at
which persons of either sox
can make great pay all the time they
work, write particulars to II. Hai.J-ktt
JAMES A. HAMILTON offers his set
vices to auction Stoek, Merchandise.
?3fec., on Salesdayit, 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.
8}EV. S. T. HALLMAN Is prepared to
5 FRAME PICTURES of al! sizes in
tbe neatest style of the art, and at lower!
rates, for cash, than can be done else
where in the county. Picture llauglugs
also furnished on the most liberal terms.
All parties desiring work done in the
above line would do well to give him u
call at bis house in Lynn's Township, or I
at Dr. S. A. Reeves. Satisfaction guar
anteed. April 3?3ruos
ORANGEB?RG, S. C.
I 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 ?i? WINTER
of all varieties, and that the same will be
offered at 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.
j Sept. 10, 1870.
To the Public.
I r|MIE undersigned respectfully an
JL nounco that they have purchased the
exclusive riglit to sell the justly celebra
ted "New Virginia Feed Cutter" in the
Counties of Oraugcburg and Barnwell.
In this Cutter, cheapness of construction
minimum ol power and rapidity of exe
cution have been fully attained. The
commendations of the many who are
using this Cutter rondor it unnecessary
for us to say anything relative to Its
merits. We only ask a trial and feel fully
eonlideiit that satisfaction will ho given.
For sale at the store of Mr. J. C. Plko,
Orangeburg, S. C.
EDWARDS $ Thompson;
tul?tliuiiubu <J*eJUtrgo and elegaqtly
assorted r?t\ick.of ,Di*.\vG??hU, ihnts, iy>d
Shoes, llal8%,ttc.vjjjc., al?o
of -the best.quality, cheaper than, can.bo
bought any w^i^ro else. TheJlucst and
best stock of
The prices of which liavo Just beeu re
duced 25 to 50 cents.per jja.Uon.
D. E. SMOAK & CQ.
Have flitted up their up-fitulrs? jatfi UW
in a stock $6,000 of the ilnest. best and
clieapest assortment of
to bo found between Columbia and
Charleston. If you are in need of a suit
at any price, Punts, Coat or Vest, don't
tail to see them before buying. Just re
ceived, 150 barrels of
Which will be sold cheaper than the
same quality can be bought in Charles,
ton, make room for
to be in 1?3' the first of November.
BUST PROOF WHEAT & OATS
1). E. SMOAK & CO.
Orangaburg, S. C. June 27 tf
D. W. MUSTARD,
LATE OF LEWISVM.E, 8. C.
Dealer in Country Produce^
398 KING STREET,
FOWLS, per doz.3.25a8.70t
Chickens, per doz.2.0jDa2.55
Ducks (Eng'h) per doz.4.00
Ducks (M'o'y) per doz.5.00/
Geese per doz.COO
Turkeys per doz.12.00al5.00
EGGS, per doz.14
PEANUTS, per buahel.75al.l0
PEAS, clay, per bushel....65a70;
14 Mixed 44 .60a65. i
RICE, (Rough) per bushel..1.10al.20
BEESWAX, per lb.a22
HONEY, 44 .10.
HIDES, Flint, per lb.10
44 Dry Salted,44 .8
SKINS, Otter, apiece.25a2.50
44 Coon, 44 ..5al5
44 Fox, 44 .10a40
44 Deer, per lb.15
44 Goat, 44.S,
Highest market prices obtained for all
good.-; consigned to inc. Returns mado>
promptly. Consignments .solicited, ly ?
EPDING GIFTS AT ALLAN'S
American and Swiss,
Qf New and Elegant Designs, and Ex
DIAMONDS, PEARLS, CAMEOS,
As well as less costly sets, in great vari'y
STERLING SILVER WARE,
In Fresh and Beautiful Tatterns, espe?
clally adapted for Wedding Presents.
SILVER PLATED WARE
Tea Sets, Walters, Ico Pitchers, Buttel
Dishes, Cups, Goblets, &c.
CHOICE FANCY GOODS,
French Clocks, Broiues, Fine Table Cut. '
lery, Opera Glasses, Fine Glassware.
The Best Goods at the Lowest Price*
3m 307 KINC, S.TKEET..
J. I" SORENTRUB
Lato of the tlrm of Sorrentruc & Lo
ryea, thanks the public for their liberal
' patronage of the past while connected'
with the late Arm; and having now
bought out the entire stock will continue
the business at the same place. He in
vHcs the public to call and ermine \\b
i stock of
DRY GOODS 11
Staple and Faney
of cvety quality %nd ptlco,
SEGARS and TOBACCO,
which be will sell at the lowest prices
possible. AH goods subject to exchange
or money refunded if not satisfactory.
J, I. SORENTRUE,
Proprietor of tho
N. B.?Mr. Ben). P. Izlnr and Mr. A.
Ii. Stroman, who are now in ray estab
lishment, will bo pleased to serve their
many friends and custoincts.
Oningeburg, S. C, Oct. 31,1879?tt