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A. X^tiixsr for tHo People,
Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A.
M., and -ftoin-MAlf-payt 10 A. M. to 4 P.
?Columbia mnil closes nt 10 A. M. and
'the Charleston mail at hatKpastf P. M.
On Tuesdays and f'rldays a malt for
Feldcrville, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill
closes at half-past 7 A. M.
On Fridays a mail dor Knott's Mills)
Witt's Mills and Pishes1 Store eloses a,<
? half-past 2 P. M.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
The trains arrive at Orangeburg as fol
No. 1. Day.9 C8 A. M.
No. 13, Day.1 17 P. M.
No. 5, Night.2 48 A. M.
No. 0. Nlaht.1 20 A. M.
No. 14. Day.10 17 A. M.
No. 2, Evening.G l? P. M.
- In addition to tho above trains there is
u through Northern Express Train which
passes Orangeburg as follows: Going
North, 10 P. M.; going South, 0 A. M.
T. O. Dawson, Local Agent.
Orangeuurg, s. C, April 10, 1S80.
Notice.? We have made arrange
ments with the proprietors of tbc
News and Courier to olub their mam
moth Weekly with the Democrat nt
$3 per ?nnum, for both papers, cash
If you would have a good thick
bead of hair, use Hall's Vegetable
Sicilian Hair Renewcr. No other
If you wish the best Sewing Ma
chine go to Mr. Jas. A. Hamilton and
purchase the Wheeler & Wilson with
late improvement. It is the best.
COUNTY Commissioner Connor's re
signation has not yet been accepted
by the Governor, and the Executive
Committee are urging Mr. Connor
to withdraw it.
The body of a Mr. Socks was
found in a field a few miles from
town. It is supposed that death was
caused by exposure while under the
influence of whiskey.
The State Modical Association
will meet in the city of Columbia
next Wednesday. Drs. M. G. Salley
and W. Wolfe will represent the
The Floral Fair will be held on the
14th of May. We hope all of our
people, ladies especially, will take a
lively interest in the Fair and make
it a complete success.
Don't let your wife wear out her
life sewing with her hand, but go at
once to Mr. Jas. A Hamilton and get
the improved Wheeler and Wilson
Sewing Machine* It is the best.
Tnc Silsby Mfcnufacturingcompany
has sent three handsome photographs
of "Uncle Joe" to the Young Amer
icas. Also, a handsome fireman's
trumpet for the use of chief of our fire
Take that buckeye out of yon pock
et, and make an application of 'Fab
ler's BuckeN'c Pile Ointment, if you
are suffering with piles. You will
certainly be cured. Price 50c. For
sale by Dr. J. G. Wannamaker. 1
Mr. J. Lucas broke ground on
Wednesday last on the Durham place
owned by Mr. J. H. Fowles- The
place is to be remodeled and when
completed will be quite a handsome
residence and an ornament to the
The Young Americas have paid
lbs handsome sum of twelve hundred
dollars oix their new steamer. So
much to Lhe credit of energy on the
part of the company and a commenda
ble epirh of liberality on the part of j
our citizens. ?
Can any thing be better? I can'
think so, r.s Cousaen' Honey of Tar
is the best cough remedy I have baen
able to get. One dose alone is woith
50c, but you can buy a whole botth
at that price. For 6ale by Dr. J. G.
Mr. J. P. Harley is appointed fish
warden for Orangeburg County by
the State Commissioner of Agricul
ture. His duty is to enforce the
fish law, whjcji those of our readers,
who may be interested, can read on
the first page of this issue.
Our energetic townsman, Mr. J.
W. Patrick, who recently graduated
in pharmacy, has opened a very neat
drug store on Ruesel street near
Railroad Avenue. Mr. Patrick de
serves success and we hope he may
realize his most sanguine expecta
Mr. R. Fuller Woodward, who is
hero with Prof. B. F. Evans, coloicd
some pictures for us, and we tnlte
pleasure in saying that the work was
beautifully and handsomely executed.
Give him a call over Willcock's store,
and have your pictures colored and
The recent cold snap ended with n
heavy white frost on Monday night
last. As far as wo have hoard but
little damago was done the young
corn. Irish potatoes and a few len
der vegetable were cut oh*" but not
The weather has assumed a mild
spring temperature, and wo have rea
son to believe that jack frost has tak
en his final leave for the season.!
The two freezes that did the mischief
last year occured on the nights of
the 4th and 5th of April.
Ocu farmers have finished their
corn, rice and Sweet potatoes plant
ing, and are only waiting to feel sure
of coutir.ued warm weather to put the
cotton crop in. If the seasons be
fa vorab'e there is every prospect of a
largo crop both of provisions and
Fon Sale?A large 14 stop Bar*
delto Organ, good as new and in per
fect order. It originally cost 8135
but will be sold for $185, including
stool. To a responsible party it will
be sold on accomodating terms. Ad
dress Rev. S. T. Ilallman, Orange
burg, S. 0.
We understand that Messrs. W. Ii.
& B. F. Thompson have purchased
the stock of goods belonging to Mr.
J. W. Moseley, and will open their
store on Monday next at Mr. Mose
ley's stand on Railroad Avenue. We
wish them abundant success in their
Sriaxo is here and the garden
needs attention that the summer's
supply of vegetable* may be provided.
Good, Iresh, reliable seed is the first
consideration and where can they be
obtained? Why, at W. F. Robinson's
on Russell street. Call and supply
yourself with the best.
Cuke Yourself. Take Mall's
Hepatic Panacea for Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Sick and Nervous Headache,
and ali 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.
Mr. C. M. Van Orsdell, the Photo
graph Artist who recently located in
our town, is now prepared to take
tlret class pictures. An examination
of his specimens will convince the
most skeptical that he is r.n artist of
rare tasle. Work entrusted to him
will be promptly and artistically at
tended to. His pictures are a9 fine
as any we ever saw. Give him a trial.
Loren.z's Blusii Face Powder.?
A harmless promoter of beauty, im
paiting to harsh, pallid, nnd bronzed
complexions the fresh bloom of health
and vigor. Being an nr'iele of such
delicate fineness its skillfull applica
tion produces a rich exquisite blush
so true to nature that its use ccapes
detection by the closest observer.
Price 25ct per box. For sale by Dr.
j. G. Wannamukcr. *
Mr. j. j. Street, chairman of the
Committee on subscriptions for the
new engine, requests us to say that a
small balance is still due on the first
payments, and that, the Committee
will give those who have not been
called on yet nn opportunity to con
tribute in a few days. As soon as
these parties have been approached a
list of names of the contributors will
At a regular meeting of the Inde
pendent Elliott Hook & Ladder Com
pany held April 8th, 1880, the follow
ing resolution was unanimously adopt
Resolved, That the thanks of this
company be tondered the ladies who
so kindly furnished refreshments at
the late fire of April 3rd, 1880.
R. P. Bryant,
Sec- I. E. H. & L. Co.
Attanta, Ga., April 22d, 1879.
Gentlemen.? I have made a chemical
examination of biscuits made with
your "Town Talk Baking Powder,"
and find no deleterious or unwhol
some substance in the same. Very
respectfully, Wir, J. Land, State
Chemist, member American Chemi
cal Society and New York Academy
of Science. Purchase the Powder fresh
and good at the agent, C, P. Kort
Hail storms have occurred recent
ly in several sections of the State.
The Carolina Spartan speaks of a
storm in Spartanburg County that
was very severe. Wheat and oats
were boa'en down to the ground,
trees were stripped o( their leaves,
and in ono portion of the County pigs
and chickens were killed by the
stones, aoiiie of which were larger
than hen's eggs. In to?vn window
glasses suffered badly. The storm
occurred Monday; qnd there was
another Tuesday almost .as severe.
Dots.?Where art thou, oh, spring.
Never expose your disappointments
to the world.
Kortjohn continues to lend the
town in low prices. *
We regret to lenrn of the continu
ed illness of Dr. Elliott.
Rev. W. It. Richardson paid our
town a flying visit this week.
Reautiful corsets and corset skirt
supporters at Kortjohn's.
Postmaster Webster has a colored
clerk. We are progressing.
Mr. N. A. Neu O'er is said to be the
editor of the Charleston Democrat.
Mr. P. G. Cannon has put a new
pump in the well near the engine
Love is potent but money is om
nipotent. At least with managing
Matting, Matting for sale in differ
ent grades at popular prices at Theo
dore Kohn's. 1
Straw hats, dress goods, notions,
buggy whips, the best family flour,
&c., at Kortjohn's.
Tills turpentine woods near the
farm of Mr. J. H. Livingston was on
lire on Tuesday.
Dr. W. W. Wannamaker, of Char
leston, spent several days recently in
town visiting friends.
This world without woman?lovely
woman?is like a blank sheet of pa
per?not even ru'ed.
The young man who wants to get
up with the sun must not set up too
late with the daughter.
Bargains this week at Theodore
Kohn's in Embroideries, Buttons,
Laces, Parasols and Ribbons.
Divine service will be conducted in
the Episcopal Church next Sunday
morning and afternoon by the pastor.
If you want a first-class Sewing
Machine call on James A. Hamilton
and get the latest Wheeler & Wilsen.
A good book and a good woman
are excellent things for those who
know how to appreciate their value.
The grain crop, oats and wheat, in
many seslions of the county will be
short in consequence of rust and
E. IV*. M. Mackey, the notorious
Radical scalawag, has announced his
intention to run for Congress in this
The Grand Lodge, K. of IL, meet
in Sumter next week. The lodge here
will be represented by Past Dictator
We have received a spiritual dis
patch from Diogenes. Ho wanted to
know why we wns't around when he
had the lantern.
The venerable De. T. A. Elliott,
in consequence of failing health, has
resigned the Presidency of the County
A twenty dollar counterfeit treas
ury note is in circulation. It is ot
the series of 1875, letter C, and is
printed on imitation paper.
Mr. II. O. Smoak, the mail carri
er between this point and Vances'
Ferry has resigned, and Mr. W. W.
Livingston takes his place.
The Charleston Democrat uses a
''paten'.*' inside, and if its managers
will take our advice they will "pa
tent'* the outside as soon as possible.
Col. R. M. Sims, the present Sec
retary of State, has been rcnominated
by an exchange for that ofllce. We
nominate him for Lieutenant-Gover
It is very much the same with pop
ping corn as with popping the ques
tion. It is usually accompanied by
some agitation and a good deal of
Gov. Roberts, of Texas, who is
more lhan 70 years old, at a recent
leap year ball danced with seven
young ladies. How in the world did
he do it?
Joseph Eros gives notice 'hat he
will be ready to dispense ice cream on
and after Saturday next. This being
leap year the ladies are expected to
foot the bills.
Modern maidens do not care as
much for hearts of steel in their woo
ers ns they do for bulky bank ac
counts. A big balance on the right
Bide outweighs the entire lack of heart
and brain ; a sensible result of living
in a practical age.
Hilt/s Hepatic Panacea. The Liv
er is the king imperial organ of the
whole human system, ns it controls
the life, health and happiness of man.
When it is disturbed in its proper
action all kinds of ailments are the
natural results. The digestion of
the food, the movements of the heart
and blood, the action of the brain and
nervous system, are all immediately
connoctcd with the workings of the
liver. To keep tho liver in a healthy
condition take Hill's Hapatic Pan
acea. Only 50 cents per bottle.
For sale by S. A. Reeves.
Mit. Thomas Collier Jr. of Lower
St. Matthews, while riding on a wag
on loaded with straw was thrown to
to the ground and in falling the lino
of a pitch fork cnteied at the knee
and ran up the thigh its full length
making a ghastly and painful wound.
When last heard from Mr. Collier was
doing as well as could he expected
under the circumstances.
Tub store of Mr. Geo. il. Coroel
aon is literally crammed from top to
bottom with goods in every lino nec
essary for the needs of a thriving
community. Now arrivals of fresh
goods are reported to fill up the va
cancy made by every day's sale. A
full force of clerks are kept busily en-;
gaged opening, placing upon counters
and delivering to customers. There
is life and business here.
On last Wednesday afternoon we
were the recipients of a beautiful bou
quet of II:were from our little friend,
Virgil Dibble, and on Thursday morn
ing Mrs. G. W. Brunson also sent us
a handsome bouquet, to both of
whom we return our grateful thanks
for these kind remembrances. The
(lowers composing these bouquets
were rich and beautiful, and evident
ly came fron? gardens abounding in
all that is worth cultivating in the
Messrs. N. B. and D. C. Stouden
mire and S. W. Snllivun while going
to the Sanlee River on a fishing ex
cursion were fired into by Mr. J- W.
Mack one dny last week. A pine
tree fortunately caught the shot and
prevented the wounding of some of
the party. The passing of parties by
Mr. Mack's place with fire was the
cause of the shooting. Before resort
ing to such an extreme measure par
ties should be hailed distinctly.
"Emma R." asks the Springfield
(Ohio) Tribune this extraordinary
question: "Do you think iv right foi
a girl to sit on a yound mail's lap,
even if she is engaged to him?"
Whereupon the editor gets ofT a very
extraordinary lie. We have had no
experience in the matter referred to."
Why didn't he say, "if it was our
giri and our lap, yes ; if it was anoth
er girl and our lap, yes ; but if it was
our girl and another fellow's lap, nev
The Southern Operatic Company
gave an entertainment in Bolivcr's
Hall on last Monday evening in ac
cordance with previous announce
ment. The audience was small and
the acting below the standard, but,
with all, quite enjoyable. The man
agement claimed that the company
was laboring under a disadvantage in
not being able to procure a first class
piano, and this fact must be taken
into consideration in passing judg
ments on the Company.
Gossir*.?Gossip-is always a per
sonal confession either of malice or
imbecility, and the young should not
only shun it, but by the most
thorough culture relieve themselves
from all temptations to indulge in it.
It is low, frivolous, and too often a
dirty business. There are country
neighborhoods in which il rages like
a pcsL Churches arc split into
pieces by it. Neighbors made
enemies by it for life. In many per
sons it degenerates into a chronic
disease, which is practically incura
ble. Let the young cure it while they
The colored fire companies, Inde
pendent and Comet, were on parade
Mouday afternoon and gave excellent
proof of their clliciency in drill and
management of their engines. A trial
was made of the old engine of the
Young Americas with a view Of uti
lizing it by placing her in the hands
of the Comets instead of their oi l
fashioned machine. This arrange
ment would be beneficial to the town,
as it would give the Comets a ma
chine with which they can do some
execution in case of fire. The inde
pendents are endeavoring to raise
money to buy a ho9e reel. j
Last week we printed a little para
graph which read in this wisei "The
weather is as changehlc as the aver
age you?jg lady," Without intending
it we have given offence to some of
our fair readers by publishing this
little item, and they appointed one of
their number to give us a blowing up
about it. "Lulu," we did not moan
to insinuutc that the ladies were not
to be trusted, ns you charged us with
doing in your communication. Ob,
no ! Wc only meant to say that they
changed their styl.* of dress quite of
ten. Thut is all and nothing more.
Wo plead guil'y to every word you
utter about the men. We know thej'
arc a hardened set of sinners, and
nothing will save them but the gen
tle and refining inllucnce of angelic
woman. Forgive us this time, "Lulu."
and you shall never have cause to
. 'I??IUI? B (^^MMBWMMMlillllWW
! A Rkqukst-.?We find the follow
ing in tin exchange: t4I do prayer
fully hope that till prcnchcrs'or teach
ers of the Gospel will preach a ser
mon on the first .Sabbath in May,
1680, at 11 o'elocK, A. M., from St.
John's Gospel, chapter 17, verses
20, 21 ; and further, that all newspa
pets having the promotion of our
Lord's kingdom at heart will publish
this request for four weeks."
A Cm (it st! am.
March 12, 1880.
We have examined samples of the
new process of painting pictures
known as the Convex M matures, pat
ented by Messrs. Evans, Ideson &
Co., of Baltimore. These specimens
are certainly beautiful and life-like,
and quite nn ornament for the parlor.
Prof. B. F. Kvans, of the firm, is
hero, and is ptepnrcd to paint pic
tures or give lessons to any one who
may desire to learn the art. Speci
mens of his work can be seen at his
rooms over Mr. Wm. Willcoek's
store. Those wishing to avail them
selves of the advantages now offered
to learn this beautiful art will call
early as the stay of Mr. Evans in our
midst is limited.
We learn that the Rev. S. T. Ilall
man has resigned the pastorate of St.
Matthews and Mt. Lebanon Lutheran
Churches to take effect on the 4th
Sunday in May proximo. Mr. Hall
man has been pastor of these churches
for more than six years und has, by
a course of consistent Christian con
duct, won for himself the esteem and
well wishes of every one of that com
munity both In bis own and other de
nominations. He will leave behind
him many dear friends whose prayers
will follow him to whatever field be
may be called to labor. We trust his
talents and zeal for the Master will
meet with the same success in his new
field as in this. We learn he goes to
Concord, N. C.
An editor's business is to write ed
itorials, grind out poetry, sort and re
write communications, listen to all
kinds of complaints, offer advice on
all subjects, from prescribing for a
baby with the colic to specie resump
tion, keep a wastebaket, steal matter
fight other peoples* battles, take
beans, pumpkins and green wood,
when he can get their, on subscrip
tion, woik eighteen hours out of
twenty-four, always be in a good hu
mor and witty, be alike impervious
to flattery and censure, and be criti
cised and damned by every squash
heac who don't like "his paper."
Finally to wear out in the service,
and at last to hear the pleasing plau
dit, 'Tis enough ; come up higher.
Tin: grand annual spring excursion
to Charleston has been arranged by
all the Railroads in the Stale con
necting with the South Carolina road
to begin on Tuesday 20th of April
and end on Saturday Is', of May in
clusive, 1880. Tickets will be sold
at nil the stations by the agents on
Tuesday 20lh and continue selling
until Wednesday 28th instant, at the
following rates from all points in this
county : From Blackville to Charles
ton 82.GO ; Graham's 2.45 ; Bamberg,
82.30 ; Midway,62.15 ; Edisto, 82.00 ;
Fort Motte, S2.?0; St. Matthews,
$2.CO; Jamison's, 82.GO; Stilton,
82.50; Orangeburg, $2.40; Rowes
villc, 82.15 ; Branchville, 81.85; and
Reeves', 81.55. Half these rates will
ho charged for children between six
and twelve years of age; under six,
free. Excursionists must p ovidc
themselves with tickets before taking
the train. Tickets will only be good
for a continuous trip?going to
Charleston on day of purchase?and
return on or before the day of expira
tion. Special attractions have been
provided such s3 Floral Fair -on
April 21 for three days; grand tour
nament, April 22d ; exhibition by
Capt. Paul Boynton, the renowned
swimmer olf the Battery, April 23d ;
grand Seheutzenfest, April 2G, three
days; and a splendid Theatrical
Troupe for one week from April 19.
The life infused into our town by
the arrival of the Steamer and the
subsequent Firemen's parade was
kept up on Tuesday afternoon last by
the quarterly parades of the Edisto
Rifles under Capt. Samuel Dibble and
his efficient Lieutenants, Gco. W.
Brunson and F. S. Dibble. Orange
burg may well boast of the military
spirit of her young men, when such a
creditable display of skill, as that of
Tuesday afternoon last, can be mado.
it is seldom ones fortune to see a
better looking set of young men so
well and tastefully uniformed us the
Kdistos, and their efficiency both in
the manual of arms and maneuvering
will compare favorably with more
practiced commands. Not the least
noticeable feature of this drill was
the first appearance of the new brass
band with the company. After only
two months' instruction and practice
under our young townsman, Mr. B.
B. Owens, the bund is able to appear
in public in full force and to play with
all the sweetness and accuracy of
older hands. Mr. Owens certainly
deserves any amount of praise lor the
gratifying success which has attended
his patient efforts and unusual care in
preparing his band for such a thor
ough test of skill. Orangeburg now
is fully abreast with her sister towns
in her fire department, military spirit
and brass baud. Ali pruise to the
projectors of these necessary features
to the good name of our town and the
enjoyment of her citizens.
Standard of the World.
LAnORATORY ok State Assay kr ani>
Chemist, Richmond, Va.
The Rye Whiskey known as the!
"Standard of the World," of which
Messrs. D. O. Davis & Co., of this
city, ore sole proprietors, has been
subjected to a careful chemical exam
ination by me, and found to be free
from impurities. Physicians and oth
ers requiring a whiskey of the best
quality may use this with confidence.
The same used in this was selected
by myself. Wat. If. Taylor,
Besides the above celebrated whis
key we have the finest home made
North Carolina Corn Whiskey, and
many other whiskers of the best
brands, which we offer exceedingly
low. Having given up the bar busi
ness, all of our old friends and cus
tomers and as many new ones as may
honor us with a call, will find it to
their interest to visit our house when
ever they want a bottle of good whis
key, brandy, wine, gin or rum.
D. K. Smoak & Co.
corrected wkkkly 11y j. c. PlKK.
Middling. i'2 a 12 1-2
Low Middling. II 3-1 u 12
Ordinary to Good.10 3-1 a 11 1*4
itlce. rough. 81 30
Oats, per ewt.,.V >
Butter, country .25
W I I AT P
LANDRETil'S GARDEN SEEDS
of every variety, warranted
FRESH AND GENUINE,
and Xo Wut or
NEEDED TO BRING THEM UP.
Try a few
BEANS, CORN. CUCUMBERS,
and tall this time,
X Tt Y AGAIN.
Watches and Clocks
IN PLAIN RINGS.
W. F. Robinson,
Watchmaker nnd Jeweller,
Russell Street, Orangeburg, S. C.
Jan. 16. 1S80?ly
ORANGE BURG, 3. C
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the public that he Is every day re.
ceiving large additions to his already
large stock In all the different branches
and that the same will be disposed of at
his old motto, "Large sales and small
I am also receiving now and have In
store the following popular brand* of
Etiwan Dissolved Bone.
Kuinit or Potash Salt
Which will be sold nt lowest pilces.
I have also been appointed agent for
B. F, Ave*y & Sons,
(The largest Plow and Wagon Manufac
tory in the world.)
and have received a lot of their One, Two
and Three Horso Wagons, also Plows
this week. Give me a call and see for
GEORGE H. CORNELSON.
Sept. 19, 1879. *
In addition to the large and elegantly
assorted ?lock of Dry Goods. Bo?t? anil
tthoeis Hutu, ?Sic., &c, also
ofthebest rpitdby. cheaper than can he
buiigtil any neie ?else-. The and
lie-a stock of
The price* of which have Just been re*
uoced 26 to 60 cento pet gallon.
D. K. SMOAK & CO. .
Have flitted up their up-ntalr* 'nnd lahl
in a stock $6.000 or the fluent, best at*?l
cheapest assortment of ' '';
0 L 0 THIN a
to be touiid between Columbia nud
Charleston. If you are in need of a ?ult
at any price, Pauls. Coitt or W'.'t, iloii'l
laii to !>ee theln before buying* , Ju-t ret -
celved, 150 bauch of
F TL, O TJ R ,
Which will be sold cheaper than the
name quality can be bought hi Charit-a
lon, make room tor ? ?~ ~ ?
to be in by the dret of November.
KU ST PROOF WHEAT A OATS
Ii. E. ?tfOAK A CO
Orangeburg, S. C. June 27 if
A. F. H. DUKES,
HRANCHVILLE, S. C,
Offers a large and 'arid stock- n? ??
at the Lowest Ca?h prices to make room
tor a large
1 have also on hand a lot of the be.?t
Al the lowest possible llgureH.
Don't fail to conic and examine my ."took
belore buying elsewhere.
A.; F. H. DTJKESr
P.RAN HVILLE, S. q,
Feb. C 1880?7iu
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I
Nms ClT? H*BD. .'' II
Can br Mask ami Buxkoth Dmns. Lam
TvriCK AM 1*0X9. ..;
liluiiiiiriiiil illliiinl Pnijuliglk>IjlliM
(bilb sod Fever,
Sick & Nenou
These Pads Care all Diseases br AbeorpUon. No
Noxious RDs.OUs.or Poisonous Medicines arc taken
Into the Stomach. The Pad* s>re worn over tha Pit
of the Stomach. coTerln* the Oreat Nerrh Centres,
alK> the LIyer and Stomach. A gentle VesretAblf .
I Svcr.purlfytnfftho?lood. stimulating the I.lrerand
Kidneys to healUvy action, and ?trearthmlns; the
Siomachtodigestfood. Pities or Part U axo M
iicu. Sold bt all Dnooctsrs.or scctbfr Mali |
Manufactured at 39 & 41 North hiasuTT St. .,
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8. A. REEVED. - 1
Attorney and Ccnnssllor at Law
(Cor. Church & St. Paul's Street.) ,
ORANGERURG, S. C.
A. U. KSOW'LTON. A. LATUItOP
KNOWLTON & LATHROP,
Attorneys and Counsellors.
ORANGKUURO, 8. U
PAUL S- FELDER,
COMMISSION MEUCHA XT,
Charleston, S. <? : lij
T Will handle all cotton coupigned to
X me for $1.25 per hale. The .above to
include nil charged except freight.
Jan. 2, 1880r-tf.
L. S. WOLFE. D. D. S.,
GrailinafA of ItuhJmurt* Denial <\i!n>>?j_"
Office over 1>. Luui.V Kkore,.
Otters his professional services to the eitl
zens of Orau^eburg und udjoiuing coun
Teeth extracted without patu by. thu
use Ol Nitron* Oxide Ca*, the .-ale.-! an
mslhe ic known to ?cienuc. SatlaluolUm
guaranteed. ? ? - ..
Jan. 30. 1880?ly
1 will pay the best pi lee ?< for Wool la
any quantity. Also for Dry Flint and
Salted Hides, if not damHged.
John A. Hamilton.
Oet 11, 1879.