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j\. Pnpci* ibr tlko Peoi>16,
Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A.
and from half-past 10 A. M. to 4 P.'
.'Columbia mail closes at 10 A\ M. and
the.Charlcston mail at halft past 5,1*. M.
? On Tuesdays and Fridays it mall for
Fclgcrvillc, Vanccs Ferry and Holly Hill
closes at half-past 7 A. M? ,..
, Oil Fridays a mail for Knott's Mlllsi
Witt's Mills and ltlshes1 Store closes a,
half-past 2 P. M.
ItAILROAD TIME TABLE.
* The trains arrive at Oraiigeburg us fol
No. 1. Day......'....0 ?S A. M.
No. 13, pay.......1 17 P. M.
No. 5, Night.2 IS A. M."
. from columbia.
No. G, NU'llt.I 20 A. M.
No. 14. Day.10 17 A. M.
No. 2, Evening. ..G 15 P, M.
In addition to the above trains there is
a through Northern Express Train which
passes Oraiigeburg as follows: Going
North, 10 I*. M. ? going So.uth, 8 A. M.
T. O. DawsoN, Local Agent.
ORAKGEBURG,' S. C, FEBRUARY 0,1SS'1.
notice,?Wo have made arrange
ments witu the proprietors of the
News and Courier to club their mam
moth Weekly with the Democrat nt
83 per annum, for botli papers, cash
? - * ??*-? ? _
There arc six paupers in the Poor
Mouse, prcty fair relics of hard times.
Du. A. S. Hydrick has been elect
ed physician to the poor house. The
selection is a good one.
We are indebted to Senator Butler
and Congressman O'Connor for send
ing fas valuable Public documents.
Mr. B. B. Lee, who is attending
Iiis second course of lectures in the
Charleston Medical College, spent a
few days in town this week.
Mr. B. Frank Slater will receive
idnother car load of cuoico horses' and
mufes on next Saturday. Couic in
and get the pick' of this splendid lot.
One large wfiile pointer dog, black
Cars, strayed from Dr. A. M. Salley's
residence. Any information concern
ing him will be thankfully received
by Mr. D. J. Sallcy.
Aiioct five hundred head of horses
and mulbs have been sold in this
county since the 1st of Novembei
last. Hoes this mean inextricable
debt or increased prosperity?
Married, at Cokesbury, S. C, on
January 29lh, 1880, by the Rev. Mr.
Humbert, Mr. J. E. Murray, of
Charleston County, to Mrs. JN'uella E.
Vance, of the former place.
w? arc pleased to learn that Mr.
Pi V. Dibble, who hits' been seriously
111 for_pom"e lime, is slowly recover
ing. We hope soon to see uim com
plcfefy teat?r0(1 to health.
Married oh Thursday, January 29,
I5?!J, at the residence of Major J. II.
Hydrick, by Rev. J. M. Hcrlong, Mr.
Edward Friday to Mrs. R. K. Robin
son, all of Oraiigeburg County.
Mr. Joseph Eros Is ready for the
spring and summ'cr trade and invites
our readers to give him a call. Sec
his advertisement in this issue chang
ed to suit the demands of the season.
The old Club House in St. Matth
ews Section of the county was.sold
on Monday last to Dr. T. K. Keller
for $42. This is another old land
mark of better days that has passed
A man of 70 married a woman of
CO at Birmingham, Mich., and finds
tiim'self subd lor breach of promise by
a woman of 05. "The giddy young
things are all in a tangle," says the
Altuouoh fraud may be written on
the face of the life insurance compan
ies, and though corruption may be
their head light, we cannot but feel
kindly toward them when we reach
but bftct1 a blotting pad.
Attention, Orange Light Drag
oons !?You arc hereby ordered to
assemble at the company's parade
ground on Friday the 13th of Febru
ary, at 11 o'clock A. M. for drill.
Ni N. Hayuen, Capt.
The following gentlemen have hecii
nominated, through the papcts, for
Governor of South Carolina : Johnson
Hagood, M. W. Gary, Hon. W. II.
Wallace, B. F. Perry, Armlstoad Hurt,
Jas. Cothran, S. Bobo and Gabriel
The Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation have removed their quarters
from R?ssel street to one of the low
er rooms of the building occupied by
the Democrat. Wc extend a cordial
welcome to the Association, and wish
it a prosperous Pittire.
A meeting of the Orange Light In
fantry, the new company, will be
held at the Hook and Ladder Hall
ha next Tuesday evening at half-past
7 o'clock. Members are requested
lo be punctual as business of impor
tance will be transacted.
? . i mm- ? 'I i I || ??nr~-~^ ..- ? ? - ? | | 11H | TWfrn 1ITTTT1
A little negro girl on Mr. J. J.
Dukes place, was so badly burned on
last Monday afternoon by its clothing
taking lire that it died on tlie follow
Makkiel*', Wednesday, February
4th, 1880, by the Kev. F. Auld, at
the residence of Maf. L. Beck with,
Miss. Annie L. Bcckwitb, of this
county, to' Mr. Jno. G. Smith, ol
North Carolina. No cards.
R. P. Hall &Co., Nashua,' N. II.,
proprietors of Hall's Vegetable Sicili
an Hau Ronewcr, publish a treatise
on the ET&irj wh ich they will send free
to any one on application. This is a
valuable little book, send for it.
Valentines.?Mr. Theo Kehn is in
receipt of n large lot of Valentines.
His stock embraces all kinds, from
Ibe ugliest comic to the handsomest
sentimental, so that any taste can be
fully satisfied by calling at his store.
We. bad the pleasure of meeting
Mr. Virgil C. Dibble, Principal of
the Charleston High School, in town
on Saturday and Sunday last. He
gives quite an encouraging report of
the business and government of his
We are glad to report tbot the
Rev. Manning Brown, who has been
absent some time from his woik in
consequence of falling health, has re
turned greatly improved and wiTl re
sume, at once his labors as presiding
elder of this district.
Edison's phonograph was exhibit
ed to the students of Cltiflin Universi
ty on Monday night, and to those of
Sheridan's Classical School Tuesday
afternoon. This invention is cer
tainly a great triumph of science, but
whethci it can ever be utilized re
mains for the future to reveal.
The dwelling house ol Mr. J. B.
Thomas, of the Fork, was destroyed
by fire on*lhc morning of the 2d in
stant. The unseasonable hour of the
lire, just before day, admitted of lit
tle effort Id save the contents of Ihe
house. Thejoss-is heavy, and no in
surance. The lire is supposed to have
Ciuk Youkselk. Tako Hall's
Hepatic Panacea for Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Sick and Nervous Headache,
and ab diseases arising from a torpid
Liver. It is purely vegetable, and
satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. Price 50 cts, per bottle.
For sale by S. A. Reeves.
Tin: Professor who was engineer
ing Ihe phonograph here a day or two
ago, tried to jump his board bill, but
mine host, Baxter, not liking that
mode of settlement, overhauled the
gentleman at the depot and made him
fork over. We would advise the
Professor Id throw away his phono
graph ami go to work.
We call the attention of our lead
ers to the card of t!<c Virginia House
in nholher column. This House was
opened several years by Maj. Doda
tnead, who certainly understand.-) run
ning a hotel- It is conveniently near
the State House and just the phu-e
to stop if you have business with the
Legislature?. Rates very reasonable.
Pr.ni stuians can cross the streets
of Orangeburg very safely in dry
weather, but a day's rain will make
them almost impassable without hog
ging?greatly lo the damage of boots
and fine clothes. A few dollars ex
pended by the city council in provid
ing stone crossings at. convenient
places would not he amiss or com
plained of by our taxpayers.
German Cltaniomilo Tonic is the
favorite remedy for dyspepsia, sour
stotnack, headache, billiousiiess or
any disorders of a sluggish liver.
Taken in time it will save much suf
fering. Dyspepsia is a common com
plaint, and anything avoiding relief
is gladly welcomed. Only 00 cents
per bottle. For .'-ale by Dr. J. G.
Tut: ladies of our town gave Rev.
Manning Brown quite a pounding on
Tuesday evening last. It is certain
ly gratifying to a faithful minister lo
receive such a tangible manifestation
of regard from those for whom ho la
bors, and we arc pleased to learn
that this was really a pounding worth
receiving. All honor to the prajoc
toi-s of this little pleasant episode.
Quite a number of otir citizens,
and especially farmers, have availed
themselves of Ihe present low excur
sion rates on the South Carolina Rail
Road to visit Charleston. These ex
cursions are of immense benefit lo
Charleston, and in nothing more than
'.ho visits of the farmers who become
acquainted with Ihe merchants and
make arrangements' with thcih fot
On the night of the 28tli January
last, the same on which Mrs. Berry
was so cruelly treated j two negro
men, probably the same who visited
Mrs. Berry, entered the premises of
Mr W. J. Fairy, near llrniichvillc,
and raced ids hogs nil over the lot
and woods to catch them. Mr. Fairy
hearing the noise came out with his
new double barrel gun and bred at the
rogues but without effect. They made
Edison's electric light may fail and
Iiis slock sell at a heavy discount,
hut there is no failure with ?Mr. \V.
F. Robinson or discount upon his
stock. If our readers desire fresh
garden seed, or a new watch, or an
old one repaired, this is the place to
go. His supply of jewelry is large
and valuable biu sold wonderfully
cheap. His steel plows are the bosi
in the market. Don't forget to call
at W. F. Robinson's jewelry store,
At tick the tcriiblc lire which re
cently dcslroved the depot and much
valuable railroad property in Char
leston, the Receiver of the South Car
olina Railaoad at once ordered from
Messrs. Sharp & Sons, in Wilming
ton, Delaware, three brand-new
trains, out and. out. Iiis expected
they will arrive and be put on in a
fortnight hence, and in elegance
and comfort rival those of any other
line in the United States. So says
the Columbia Register.
The fust bill introduced by ex-Con
fednte General ?Joseph E. Johnston,
of the House, was one to do an act of
long-delayed justice to Maj. W. F.
ilnllcck, who lost an eye ic the Uni
ted Slates service. Verily, the claims
and tights of a true soldier, on which
ever side he may have fought, nave u
better chance in the hands of a soldi
er i!ir.n in iIiopc of one of the stay-al
homo substitute brokers, who never
began to light until after the close of
the w; r.?Augusta Neu;,?.
An indignant Pcnnsylvnia Post
master writes to the Philadelphia
Evening Ttl<graph asking how it, a
Republican paper, can oppose the re
nomination of that umust Republican
of Republicans," Gen. Grant, for the
Presidency. The Ti-iegraph answers
the man at some length, but the sub
stance of its reply is : First, that il
I nominated, Gen. Grant woultl be du
fcalcd, and secondly, thai he ought
J to he, because of Ilm bcandals and
corruption of his previous adminis
tration of the olliee.
The alten'tioY. of our readers is
culled to the new c?vcrlisciuent of
Mr. A. F. II. Dukes, of ltrnnchvillc,
is another column of this issue. Mr.
Dukes ranks among the leading mer
chants of Branchville and is detei-j
mined not to be outdone by any, as j
his weil Ii led store with Ihn most bc
lcct goods will attest. Our readers'
will save money by calling in and!
buying their supplies ol him. Fair
dealing ami guaranteed goods consti
tute the secret of Iiis wonderful sue-j
\Vk see it stated that Alfonso, the
youthful King of Spain, had lo borrow
two million dollars for his wedding
' ? j
i expenses. If a fellow in this country
could borrow a couple of millions on
such an occasion the Boston Tran
\scfpt thinks there wouldn't he a ne
glected spinster from Maine to Tex
as. The Transcript is light. Who
wouldn't get married under such cir
cumstance.1 We would ourselves, pro
vided, of course, the light "one"
would say "yes" lo llie momentous
The "business boom" has struck the i
newspapers aback-handed blow. The
cost of white paper has advanced ."if>
per cent., and there have been a I
vunccs in all the oiher departments.
The cost of publish jug a newspaper
now is nearly a third gicater than itj
was six months sgo. In St. Louis all j
the papers except the Ptist-I)ispatch\
have raised their price $2,f)'J per year,
and the chances are. that if the cost of I
publication increases, or ever contin
ues at the present rale, there will lie
a general advance.? JJoiv r Tribune.}
A little daughter of our townsman,
Mr. F. DcMars, on Saturday morn
ing last, fell in tho lire and was seri
ously burnt on llie back of the head
neck and shoulders. Mrs. DeMars
had just left the child asleep in the
bed and after an absence of not more
than three or four minutes, returned
lb liml her child lying with its head
in the lire just reluming to conscious
ncss. It is supposed that while shel
was standing with* her back to the?
fire, as was her custom before dress-1
ing, she was seized with a lit and fell
into i lie lire. We arc glad to know
the little sufferer in doing as well as
can be expected under the circum
Hill'sHir.vrie Fanacha. The Li v
er is the king imperial organ of the
whole human system, us it controls
the life, health and happiness of man.
When it is disturbed in its proper
action all kinds of ailments are the
natural le.sultu. The digestion ol
the food, the movements of the heart
and blood, Ihe action of the brain and
neivous S3 stem, are all immediately
connected with the wordings of tin
liver. To keep the liver in a healthy
condition take Hill's Hapatic Pan-1
acca. Only f>0 eonls per bottle.
For sale by S. A. Recvee.
Last week a crowd of about forty in
furiated colored men visited tho tur
pentine still of Messrs. Kxnm and
Co. and fired several rounds in-to the
commissary stoic, wounding Mr.
Daniel Bol'm, tho keeper. There
were several colored people in the
store ul the time, but all escaped
without injury. Several buck shot
passed through the building which
indicates that the mob meant to kill
and destroy. No cause can be
assigned for this outrage unless it be
the killing on the picvious Saturday
night of n colored boy by some of the
'I'm: most, nrdt nt lover of the peri
od has attempted,to snttir out his life
in Si. Lotus. His name is Theodofc,
and his sweetheart describes the trag
edy in this familiar strain : "That
there man came to in}' house last
night. His clothing was just satura
ted with kerosene and the insides of
him were soured with benzine. He
got down, his head and hand right in
I ronl of me, and he said : 'Frances, 1
!<>ve you to destruction. Pity me,
love me, or I'll set myself on fuel'
lie begged ine, and he coaxed me,
and ho cried, howled and took on so
that the police heard him and came
around and arrested him. I told him
that I'd a got d deal rather he'd go
somewhere 6if>e and die."
l'u 1.1. 1 n <; Haui) agaixst tiii:
Stkeam.? Aie the thousands whose
brawny hands and active muscles
keep alive the commerce of this
county, and fill its granaries year in
and, year out with good things lor the
inner ma if. To all such we would
whisper a word of hope. Sometimes
the bright sun cf prosperity is Yelled
just behind tho clouds of to-day, and
not 11 nfrequently unexpectedly bursts
out in inetidian splendor upon the
pathway of those seemingly without
hope. Therefore we tell our friends
to persevere in lighting the battles oT
life; and if llioy need anything to
cheer and comfort them, to make
them grow fat and happy In body, lo
clothe a'ld make presentable their
forms, to dispel the gloom w hich may
pervade their (besides, let them delay
hot; !/ut lake a trip lo Koiijohn's at
their earliest moment. He has a
panacea for all troubles in a store
(?.rammed from end lo end. *
Tiik Black Hills Pione r'acxpfdfum
to a column of rhapsody over a leap
year party : k,l)eadwood is pre-emi
nently a girl-run city, a woman-ruled,
pcttyskirtgoverned municipality, and
it is not s'rungc it should be so.
Think of a population m ire than half
voters where the men and boys out
number the women and girls at least
three to one. Think of a city, rich,
luxurious, metropolitan in its styles
and tastes, with 51,000 inhabitants,
and hardly a dozen marriageable
belles, cligtbio girh. Is it any won
der that eveiy good looking married
lady is a feted and toasted social
queen, and tli.it every attractive girl
is a raging, roaring belle, and ntttu
bers her masculine scalps by daily
scores? Is it any wonder that the
feminine .scepter waves adsolutc air.id
our golden crags and canyons, and
that whatever our wmnen undertake
is sure to be it grand success?"
On the 23th January, whilst the
younger members of ihe family were
absen". a! a party in Branehvillo, two
neuro men visited the place of Mrs.
Captain Andrew Bony, about two
miles from the town, and demanded
all the money in the house. Failing
to gel any, tiicy took Mis. Berry out
and gave her n most cruel beating, j
Returning, enraged by the failure,
the rufllans pulled Mrs. II. Wird, an
old lady and side, out of her bed and
dragged her over the Hour, nt the
same time demanding money and
threatening tu burn Ihe house down.
Mrs. Berry alarmed at the cruel
treatment of herself and Mrs. Bird
and frightened by the Indians, gave
them twellty-fivc cents; all sh>; had in
the house, after which the Indies left
ihe premises. Wo could nut learn
whether Mrs. Berry or Mrs. Bird can
identify these men, but whether they
can or not, no cllort should be spared
by the citizens of. the neighbor hood to
capture und bring them to justice.
To allow such ail outrage id be per
petrated and go unpunished would
be a shame. We hope to hoar at an
early day ol their Captine and sum
CoiiitKCTKiV Wkkki.v lit j: C. Piftfe.
Middling.'.'."'.:;.11 3<? n 12 l-l
Low Mlddlhtg.:. 11 it 11 1-2
(J id in illy to ('food. .01 If :i 11
Ulee, roiigli..<M 20
bits, per cwt,.,.7? j
Hinter, cod lit ry .25
;jA3?l?fe} VAN TASHl?L
is agent for llie sale of the celebrated
UALD .MOUNTAIN' ?OKN WHISKEY,
the purest brand in the known world;
CALL! CALL!! CALL!!!
and sample for once in your lives a pure
It has no equal. Also on baud the cheap
est brands of
SMOKING and CHEWING TOBACCO
in the market.
A lull hue of Staple r.ii'.T Fancy
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
Give lilc a call and be convince.I that
this advertisement is no humbug.'
.JAMKS VAN TASSEL.
At Midler's Old Stand.
Edison's Electric Light,
Stod< worth 10? per share now selling I
from 3,000 to 5.000.
I ;iin still soiling Laudreth's New Gar
d<:it Seeds for ? cents a paper, although
some oftc who sells' Kerry's Commission
Seed has been so kind as to teil the p.co-j
pie that 1 sell old seeds; but my numer
ous customers, know La'udretlfs Seed be
cause I hey have1 tested then', and I will
be pleased i<> supply them now, hi any
quantity. Also order any Variety ffot on
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
for side Jow down, to close out my
: done on Wulches. Clocks, Jewelry, &c.<,
Hi reasonable prices.
; Don't forget to examine our large collec
.1 usl reeived by
W. X<"\ Robinson?
Watch maker and Jeweller.
' Kiutfcll Street, Oraiigeburg, S. C.
; . Jan. 1?, ISSO?ly
'HORSES & MULES!!
j Saturday, February 7th,
ONE CAE LOAD
Horses and Mulos<
I w ill also keep constantly on hand dm
1 rin^r the season, a well selected stock of
HORSES AND MULES
: at prices to suit the times. Those need
! ing stock will do well to call at my S'ti?'
i blcs before purchasing elsewhere.
Another lot of
SAT1SFA Cf 10N G?A11ANTE ED.
B. Frank Slater.
Or&ijfcbuhr. S. C. Nov. 2S. |S7i)-3m
rpiIK Irtnds of the late W. M. Huf son
J_ c an be I trat i d for at private sale oil
j a liberal credit. They c'ondst of the
w hich will be sold as a w hole or in par
eels to Suit purchaser.
on Kussel I Street, with out-buildings.
'TWO Lois on same side of Amelia
i Street and fronting it.
ONE Lot on opposite sidejof Amelia
Rev. J. D. A. Brown, at the residence,
and W. F. Ilutsnn, at the Olliee lot. will
give* every informal ion in relation there
to. M. M. IIKTSON,
Sept. 2C-U' Executrix.
D KV. S.Ti I1ALLMAN is prepared to
?j FRAME PICTURES of al! sizes in
I be neatest style oft he art. and at lower
rales, for cash, than can be done else
where in I ho eouniy. Picture Hangings
lajsu furnished on the most liberal terms.
All parlies desiring work done in the
I above line would do well to give him a
i call al libs bouse in Lyon'a Township, or
In) Dr. S. A: lfecvcs. Satisfaction glutl"
I ante? d. April '? -.hfios
GKEO. H, ?OENELSON,
OH AN G RHU KO, S.
The undersigned would respectfulfy In
form the publik that he la every day re
ceiving largo additions to Ids already
largo utook in all tho different branches
and that tlie same will be disposed of at
bis old motto, "L?r<:e soles and small
afn also receiving trow and have in
store the following trcmular brands of
Etiwan Dissolved Hone.
Atlantic Fcrtilifcer. ,
Kaimt or Potash Salt
Which will bo sold at lowest prices.
I have stlso been ppointed agent for
B, F, Avery & Sonsf
(The largest Plow anil Wagoi. Mahufiic
lory in the world.)
and have received a lot of their One, Two
and Three Horse Wagons, also Plows
this week. Give me a call and see for
GFORCE II. CORN El .SON.
Sept. i!), 187!>.
We are opening every day New Good.?.
Beautiful Cashmeres in Black and rh nil
the New and Fashionable Shades,'TaY
I'ettas, Silk-, Satins, Diagonals in all'the
In Xeek Wear by every steamer.
The latest styles and patterns in RjV
good-. You can secure more elegance
and excellence and yet practice more
economy than ever before.
Beautiful Dress Goods at 12 1-2 els.
Notwithstanding the heavy advances
in Linens and I.?iljf Cloths we are selling
at the old low figures.
C U O T I I I 1ST Gr
Kor ohf and youn* at the nlost reasona
fn large variety and low prices.
Como and lake a look at the
Lightning Sewing Machins,
[The clicojiest and one of the best Sewing
Machines in the market*
THE UGOT RUNNING
DOMESTIC SOWING MACHINE
also always for sale, also Needles. Plat
ters Attachments. Oils, ?Sc, lit Factory
Reliable Patterns for Fad and Winter,
received and far sale.
I invite all to call and examine my
immense stock and low prices, no fault
will be found if you do not buy. Rli
M EM BEI?
Oraitgebiirg, S. C, Ojt. 10, 187*.).
D. W. MUSTARD,
LATE OF l.KWl?VI.Li:, B. C.
Dealer in Country Produce*
398 KING STREET,
FOWLS, per doz.3.2?u3.70
Chickens, per doz.2.00n2.??
Ducks (Eng'h) per doz.-LOU
Ducks (M'c'y) per doz.?.U?
Geese per doz.G.?0
Turkeys per-do/..12.00a l?.OO
EGGS, per doz.M
PEANUTS, per bushel.75al.l0
PEAS, clay, per bushel.G5a7U
" Mixed li .SOa??
RICE, (Hough) per bushel.. 1 .>0a 1.20 I
BEESWAX, per lb.a22 '
LION BY, ?? .,...lt)
HIDES, Flint, pcf lb..;.l'O
?? Dry Salted, " .......8
SKINS, (liter, apiece..-25n2.d0
?* Coon, " ' .5a 15
M Foi, " .10a40
u Deer* per lb.l?
" Goat, " .o
Highest market prices obtained for all
goods consigned tome. It el urns inttite
promptly. 'Consignments solicited, ly
Early Rose, Goodrich KiuVPcoiflcss Pv-ta
tOCS, .. .;t|
iWhitc anil Red Oiiion Sets,
r. r. OATS.
She Star Cotton Manure',
Manufactured of Butcher Pen Bones, ami
i ich in Ammonia is olJered lor sale; ,,
An invaluable IcHtlixer ai lowest pYieee.
Ihe Stono Soluble Guano,
This well Known Cotton' proi?uceV tdlf?
offered tit agent's prices.
TOBACCOS of every grade.
John A. Hamilton.
Oct 11, 1871).
IN PLANTATION GOODS,
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
St. Matthews C> '
We respectfully C.^tbb ftrfcn'tion of
the farmer* rn ottt" geiferal stock
of GOODS arid solicit a'ca'l iVueucy-ff
they 'visit Sf. Matthews, X tVill and
fresh stoek constantly in st?re.
Oct / 3 mo
The Weekly Hews, '
._J*?J_~?y ? - ?? I I! 11
1SSO *f 1880
A MAMMOTH NEWSPAPER.
With the first issue id January, 1SS0,
T II e w!b e k l v n e w s,
CHitR LESION, s. C,
Enlarged by two additional pages.
It will then be a
Oil EAT SIX PAGE WEEKLY.. . | ?
Ii'iiK! icrtg columns on each page I ?
The length and width ol the columns,
and tf ie style of type, give
The weekly news
?A larger quantity of reading matter than
['any other paper ever published in South
' no INCREASE in.TIIE PRICE, .
$2 A YEAR.
I 'PRIZE STORIES;
By Southern Authors. 1
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RiORDAN & DAWSON,
PUBLISH EBS, ClIABId-:STON, S. C.
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR.
BOYS AND GIRLS.
Corps of Teachers. ''
HUGO G. SHERIDAN.Principal,
Wm. L. GLAZE.1st Assistant,
In charge of 2nd Grade Room.
MISS E. J. MACK AY.2nd Assistant,
In charge of 1st Grade Room and Girl*
'?Mils School opcii? on the First Monday
A in Sc*pi6iutfer annually, and contin
ues uninterruptedly until the last of Jone. '
TERMS l'KK MONTH.
First Grade, beginners .?2.0d
Second Grade, Grammar impll-*.. 2.5?
rbird Grade, advanced English:. tf.db
Lathi, Gfej|j, and German eaeli,
COUliSK OK STUI1Y.
First Grade?Alphabor. Spelling*K*fts
hnentary Arithmetic, Writing ami First
Slops in Geography.
Second Grade, Spelling. Reading,
Writing. Arithmetic. Second Steps in
Geography, Grammar, Written Compo
sition. Latin, Greek and German.
Third Grade. Spelling, Leaning, Writ
ing, Arithmetic completed, Geography
completed. Grammar completed. ConipO. id
sillon, History, Philosophy. Rhetoric,
Logic. Book-keeping, Algebra, Gcoirio
li v. Chemistry. Latin, Greek, Ocruintt
and Written Composition.
Elocution is taught in each grade.
Miss Maokay bus charge of the g4rl.<?.
Students may enter at iifty time during
the Ur n, rtn'd are charged only from
date ol entrance.
A liberal deduction made when three
of more Children attend from the sums
Boys and girls n?*o prepared for the
Sophomore Class in any Culjege or for &
successful business life.
Neatness of person, polite manners
and a high sense ol honor are considered
of no less* importance than the branch*-*
taught, and are theretore. inculcate*.'.
With unremitting assiduity.
Board may be had In good families
near the schbol at ten ami twelve dollars ,
per month, mcludiug washing and lights.
Boys ami girls are kept separate nntS
(fo intercourse allowed.
A liberal share ot public patronage hi