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A. Paper lor 1 lit? People.
Open from half-pant 8 to 10 o'clock A.
M., and from half-past 10 A. M. to 1 P.
Columbia mail closes at 10 A, M. and
the Charleston mall at half.past? P. M.
On Tuesdays and Fridays u mali for
Feldervllle, Vunces Ferry and Holly Ilill
closes at half-past 7 A. m.
On Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills}
\VittJg Mills and Rishcs' Store closes a,
half-past 2 P. M.
Oranueuurg, S. C, Armi. 30. 1880.
Notice.?Wo have made arrange
ments with tho proprietors of the
JXctvs and Courier to club their mam
moth Weekly with the Democrat at
$3 per annum, for both papers, cash
A business meeting of the Young
Men*s Christian Association will be
held at thoir rooms this evening at
half past eight o'clock. A full atten
dance is desired.
For a new and unique way of get
ting rid of an objectionable aspirant
commend us to Orangeburg Republi
cans. Read the account of their pre
cinct meeting published on our Orst
Mr. Sorrentrue has just received
ten boxes of codQsb which bo will
dispose of at 8 cents per pound, also a
large lot of good quality plug tobac
co at 40 cents per pound. Give htm
The warm weather, so long pre
vailing, has opened the bathing sea
eon earlier this year than usual.. The
boys are having lively times at the
river every afternoon, Sundays ex
cepted, we hope.
Some like a girl that is pretty ;
some like a girl that is smart, but
give us the girl that is good and true,
and not always raising the dead
with a double acting, nou-destrucla
ble six inch tongue.
The Missionary Society of St.
Paul's Methodist Church Sunday
School will bold its regular monthly
meeting next Sunday ulteruoon at
the Methodist Church. The public
are cordially invited to attend.
Take that buckeye out of you pock
et, and make an application of Tab
lcr'8 Buckeye Pile Ointment, if you
are suffering with piles. You will
certainly be cured. Price ??o. For
sale by Dr. J. G. Wannamaker. 1
Building in Orangeburg is on the
increase und Capt. J. C. Bell, to meet
the demands of bis busiiess, will re
open the brick yard near the old
grave yard in a few days. This
epeaks well for the enterprise and
growth of our Burg.
Can any thing bo better? I can't
think so, as Cnussen' Honey of Tar
is the best cough remedy 1 have boon
able to get. One dose alone is woi th
50c, but you can buy a whole bottle
at that price. For sale by Dr. J. G.
We learn from our farmers that
cotton planting is nearly finished and
the work of cultivating the advanced
crop is commenced pretty generally
over the county. The seasons for tho
past month have been high and both
crop and grass are growing finely.
Cure Yourself. Take Hall'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.
Nothing in.a Name.?The Ker
shaw Gazette says : 11A few days ago,
George Washington came to Justice
Hay's ollice having in bis custody Jetr
Davis. Washington desired to have
Davis examined under a writ de lun
atico inquirendo. The Examination
was made and Davis wus declared to
be a lunatic."
Our ladies will not forget the
Floral Fair, but will nurse their flow
era for the occasion 'that it may be a
complete success. The directors arc
making every preparation possible
for it, but the help of the ladies and
friends of the enterprise is needed to
insure success. Remember May Hth
is the day.
Lorenz's Blush Face Powder.?
A harmless promoter of beauty, im
- polling to harsh, palljd, and bronzed
complexions the fresh bloom of health
and vigor. Being an ar'iclo of such
delicate fineness its skillfull applica
tion produces a rich exquisite blush
?o true to nature that its use coupes
detection by the closest observer.
Price 25ct per box. For sale by Dr.
J. G. Wannamaker. ?
On and after Muy 1st tbo Depot
will bo opened and closed as" follows :
It will open at 7 o'clock A. M. and
as soon us the bills can be made
out for freight arriving on 1 :17 P. M.
train. It will closo ball' an hour bc
foro und alter all regular trains, 12
M. and 5 :<15 P. M . Ticket olllco will
be open half an hour beforo arrival of
regular trains. During which time
no freight will be received or deliver
ed. J. G Postell, Agt.
TiIB St. Paul's Methodist Sunday
School will have their annual picnic
at Col. A. D. Frederick's beautiful
grove on next Tuesday week. The
following young gentlemen constitute
a committee to make all necessary ar
rangements : Messrs. B. B. Owens, P.
W. Bull, W. L. Hurley, Samuel Ow
ens, P. C. Brunsoll and Gco. Dexter,
and matters have progressed suffi
ciently far to enable us to promise
the little ones n real nice time.
A young man in the country writes
to us, asking if we know of any occu
pation in which a man without ex
perience can make a fortune in a few
years. We have considered the mat
ter seriously, and we feel obliged to
tell our young friend that wc know
ol no way in which ho can accomplish
his desite, unless he starts a country
paper. If his conscience will prcmit
him to do this, be will soon be rolling
in wealth, and lake his stand with
the bloated bond-holders.
A tornado of considerable violence
passed over the southern and eastern
portions of the county on Monday
evening last, doing consider.able dam
age to fencing and timber, and in
some places a few bouses were un
roofed. The storm was at its great
est violence in the neighborhood of
Ayer's Shop and in Middle St. Mat
thews. Several families abandoned
their houses and took refuge in
ditches for safety. Wo have beard
of no serious accident to any one oth
er than damages to farms, etc.
Hill's Hepatic Panacea. The Liv
er is the king imperial organ of the
whole human By stem, as 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 digestiou of
the food, the movements of the heart
and blood, the action of the brain and
nervous system, arc all immediately
connected with the workings of the
liver. To keep the liver in a healthy
condition take Hill's Ilupalic Pan
acea. Only 00 cents per bottle.
For sale by S.A. Reeves.
A young lady friend sent us on
Tuesday last a most exquisite bou
quet of choice flowers, the handsomest*
we have seen this season. This beau
tiful floral gift, as it lies on our table,
speaks to us of youth and purity, and
reminds us of woman, the conservator
of virtue in the world, who, by the
beauties of her person and character,
is a constant reminder to man of
what he ought to be. *\Ve appreci
ate these sweet flowers very highly,
and when wc think of the beauty,
grace and goodness of the fair young
friend who thus kindly remembered
us our appreciation of them is dou
We learn that the Farmers' Aid
Association is in a most flourishing
condition with its membership grow
ing every day. This enterprise de
serves the calm consideration of eve*
ry citizen in the county, because it is
a home enlerpiise, and as an instil
ance society, is free from every objec
tion we have heard advanced against
other mutual insurance companies.
Now is the lime to join, because ns
the organization increases in age and
numbers its membership fee will in
crease also. Every farmer and bis
wife ought to be members of ibis so
ciety, because it. is peculiarly a farm
er's society, and the aid intended is
We regret to hoar of the death of
Mr. Henry P. MeKcwn, which occurr
ed at Ihe family residence on Mon
day evening last of disease of the
heart. Mr. McKewn was Just enter
ing manhood with a bright future, full
cd' promise. His amiable qualities of
heart and mind made him the center
of hope on the part of both relatives
and friends, but scarcely beyond his
26th year he is called away. The dis
appointment is sad indeed and the
loss grievous to bear, yet all things
happen for the host to those who love
the Lord. The funeral services were
performed at the Methodist Church
by the Rev. O. A. Darby, and the
body buried at the old graveyard with
military honors by the Edialo Rifles,
of which he was a member. We un
derstand that ibis is the first death
that has occurred in this command
since its re-organization eight years
ago. We extend our deepest sympa
thies to the bereaved family and rela
! Dots.?Court convenes ucxt Mon
Tobacco at manufacturers' prices at
Women can bo appointed enumera
tors of the census.
Wc understand that Mr. Z. .J. King
has removed to Texas.
The purest New Orleans Syrup in
the market at Kortjobn's. *
Shibboleth Masonic Lodge meets
next Tuesday evening.
Kortjobn's is the place to buy your
sugar, codec, teas and batter. *
The entire State will soon be a
howling wilderness of politics,
'Jbc police have been neatly uni
formed in blue for the summer.
The best family flour in the market
at Kortjobn's. Sec him before buy
Coal, delicious and sparkling soda
water at Dr. J.'G. Wannamaker's
drug store to-morrow.
We are glad to learn that tho gar
dons throughout the county arc iu a
Homespuns, Jeans, Undershirts,
Drawers, Dress Shuts, Hats, Shoes,
selling off at Kortjobn's. *
Bulterick's May fashions now
ready. Send or call for a fashion
paper, free, at Henry Kohn's.
Large shipment of Straw Hats at
Kortjobn's with orders to sell at once.
Call early and get bargains. *
Mr. K. L. Dantzler has been ap
pointed a notary public and 3sli
wa'den for Vance's Township.
Mr. E. P. Slater is putting up
more commodious stables to meet the
demands of bis increasing business.
Tho only time that oleomargarine
successfully takes Ihc place of butter,
is when it catenas a fly and holds it.
Wo publish on our first page a full
account of the Republican Conven
tion held hero last Saturday. Read
People should begin to got ready
for the County Treasurer. It will bo
best for them to pay all they can in
Don .Saml. Dibble has been nomi
nated by Middlepen and Pino Grove
Democratic Clubs for County Chair
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair
Renowei, the most popular prepara
tion of the ago. Sohl by all drug
Do you want good bread*? Then
use Town Talk Raking Powder*. Sold
fresh and pure by the agent, C. D.
Mr. Wm. Hoffman, practica' piano
and organ maker, tuner and repairer,
of Augusta, Ga., made us a pop call
There are some human tongues
which have two sides, like that of
certain quadrupeds, one smooth and
the other rough.
Before buying anything go to Kort
jobn's and get bis prices and see his
goods, be can beat the town as to
quality and pi ice. *
The Premium Fruit Flowers Ex
tracts, sold by Joseph Eros, is
most delicious for flavoring icecream,
cakes and jellies.
The quietest and ploasantcst place
for ladies and gentleman to visit and
refresh themselves is at Jos. Eros'
Ice Cream Saloon.
A team of Mr. W. Sain ran away
last Wednesday, but was stopped at
the lower end of Market street. Lit
tle damage was done.
An exchange says that any candi
date who is too mean and stingy to
pay for publishing his card, ought to
be left out of olllce forever.
The Youug Men's Christian Associ
ation will give a Dime Reading at
their rooms on Monday evening, May
3d, at half past eight o'clock. Ad
mission, ten cents.
This is the season when every scrib
bler feels called upon to send a com
munication to the nearest paper nom
inating somebody for ^something or
Those who, without knowing us,
think or speak evil of us, do us no
barm ; it is not us they attack, but
I lie phantom of their own imagina
Wc have an abundance of the tall
est kind of oflice timber scattered all
over this county, but, alas, it is im
possible to work it all up at the next
Ml*. Joseph Robinson and Col. A.
D. Frederick have been nominated
for Clerk of Court, Dr. J. C. Molmnn
for the Legis! lure and Mr. B. P. Iz
lar for Probate Judge.
It is so nice to step out of your of
fice to pay n horrid bill and come
back to ljud a sweet bouquet of choice
aromntice on your desk with tho com
pliments of a valued lady friend.
This is the ladies' leap year conun
drum???When will the alphabet con
tain only twenty-five letters?" And
then, after they have given it up, tho
blushing answer is, "When U and I
Hon. Harry Hammond, of Beech
Island, S. C, Supervisor of Census
for Second District of South Carolina,
requests us to state that all applica
tions for enumerators must scl forth
applicant's place of birth, present le
gal residence and post ollicc address ;
the principal facts of his education
and professional or business experi
ence, including a statement of all na
tional, State, county or municipal
offices at any lime held by him, and
the place and nature of his present
occupation. These applications must
be in bund writing of tho person ap
plying, and must be so certified by
himself and must be made forthwith.
Tub Greenville (Texas) Herald
publishes this item: "Theold woman
who lived in a shoo has been out
done by a man named Snioak, in
Orangeburg County, S. C, who has
no fewer than 575 living children of
various generations, and has had 11G
who are dead. He is of German ex
traction, and is now 1)1 years old.
The child fen of the various genera
tions number 10 children, lO-i grand
children, 391 great grand children,
and 9 great great grandchildren.
Four-tilths of this family live within
n circle of 15 miles diameter, and
they are all hard working, and not a
drunkard among them".
When a fellow in Texas wants an
ollicc he ain't ashamed to ask for it,
as the following card, which we copy
from the Jlcrald, of Greenville, Tex,,
plainly proves. The card, which is
signed by the candidate, says : "I am
a candidate for tho ollicc of District
Judge of the Eighth Judicial Dis
trict. If elected I promise the people
to save their time and taxes by dis
patching the busiuess of the courts as
rapidly as possible." We rather like
the style of Ibis candidate. IIj don't
dodge behind "Many Citizens" or
"Vox Popup," or any other man, but
comes out boldly and tells the people
he wants ollicc over his own signa
ture, and ten chances to ouo ho will
get it too.
RoWESVlLLE Democratic Club held
its meeting at Rowcsvillo Academy
last Saturday, the 2'lth instant, pur
suant to instructions from the County
Chairman. About fifty members were
enrolled, and the following oflicers
elected for the present campaign :
Jude Robinson, President; Drs. W.
F. Barton and O. N. Bowman, Vice
Presidents ; T. F. Barton, Secretary,
and K. N. Cbisholm,Treasurer. Mem
her of the County Executive Com
mittee : Dr. O. N, Bowman. The
following were elected delegates to
the County Convention : Dr. O. N.
Bowman, Jude Robinson and James
R. Cox. Alternates, T. P. Stokes,
I. J. Dukes and J. J. Wolfe. This
club is of the opinion that the State
and County tickets should not be nom
inated longer than six weeks before
the election. The idea is a short and
WoFfonn College.?We have re
ceived an invitation from our young
friend B. II. Moss to be present at
the final celebration of the Calhoun
and Preston Literary Societies of
WofTord College and the twenty-sixth
anniversary of the College, to take
place on the 13th 14lh 15th and IGth
On the 13lh there will be a sermon
before the graduating class by Rev.
A. W. Wilson, D. D., of Tennessee.
On the Hlh there will be an ad
dress before the Alumni Association
by Hon. J. B. Cleveland, of South
Carolin?. There will also be a de
bale before the Calhoun Society on
the question, "Is Modern Civiliza
tion More Indebted to Reman than to
Greek Influence and Literature?" by
Messrs. I). E. Hydrick and J. L.
Weber on the afllrmalivo and Messrs.
C. B. Smith and 11. IL Kinurd on Lhe
negative, and a valedictory oration
by Mr T. J. Rogers.
On the 15lh there will be a debate
before the Preston Society on the
query, "Is it More the Province of
the Church than the State to Educate
the People?" by Messrs. J. W. JSilgo
and A. M. Attnway on the aflirma- "
live and Mr. C. H. Carli'se on the
negative, and a valedictory oration
by Mr. W. D. Hutlo.
Rev. W. A. Rogers is President cf
tho Calhoun Society, and Mr. J. G.
Clinkscalea of the Preston Society.
On Ibis day there will be an address
before both the societies by Rev. A.
G. II ay good, D. D., of Georgia.
On Wednesday evening, the IGth,
there will be n social gathering in
Society Hull complimentary to the
graduating class. Tho committee
consists of Messrs. T. C. Duncan, J.
W. Kilgo, F. C Wilson, J. T. Hill,
Jr., IL H. Kinurd, Gabriel Cannon
and Frank l'egues.
It is interesting to notice the sub
jects which are receiving the atten
tion of tho young men of the Stute
who are entering upou the arena of
Tub Knights ov Honor?The
Grand Lodge of tbe Knights of Hon
or held their annual meeting in Suni
ter on tho 27inst, Thirty-lour
lodges were represented. The fol
lowing ollicors were elected and in
stalled for the ensuing yearn M. A.
Carlisle, Grand Dictator; .lohn S.
tlughson, Giand Vice-Dictator; J.
\V. Perrin, Grand Assistant Dicta
tor ; S. Lander, Grand C.; J. G. Cun
ningham, Grand G.: G. w. Holland,
Grand Reporter; J. T. Robertson.
Grand Treasurer; II. Kuhn, Grand
Guardian ; M. Kopbam, Grand S.;
J. R. Landon, Thos. Raysor, II. 8.
Williams, Grand Trustees. G. w.
Holland was appointed representa
tive to the Supreme Lodge, with Dr.
Geo. Howe, Jr., as alternate. The
next meeting wUI beheld at York
Middlemen Democratic Club was
reorganized for the campaign on Sat
urday, April 24, 1880, at J. M. Ayer's
store, by the election of the following
officers : A. D. Fair, President; 11. L.
Tbo'ias and Ii. M. Miller, Vice-Pres
idents ; E. W. Brantley, Secretary.
Messrs. A. D. Fair, H. L. Thomas,!
L. S. Connor, J. L. Funchcss and
Dr. \V. S. Barton were chosen dele
gates to represent the club in tbe
County Convention. Mr. A. D. Fair
was unanimously recommended as n
member of tbe County Executive
Committee. It was thought advisa
ble to postpone tbe nomination of
Slate officers until later in the season.
The delegates to the County Conven
tion were instructed to vote for Hon.
S. Dibble as County Chairman. The
Club then adjourned to meet again
on the fourth Saturday in Juno.
Coukt House Democratic Ci.cn.?
The Qrst regular meeting of the Court
House Democratic Club was held at
the Engine Hall on Tuesday evening
last accoiding to the published cal 1
by the Pr< sident. There was a gen
eral rallying of the Democrats in
town and from the adjacent country
which made the attendance full ai.d
the proceeding lively and encourag
ing. The President, Mr. J. W. Mose
l}', being absent, Gen. Jas. F. Izlar
was called to the chair for the pur
pose of presiding over the meeting
until a permanent organization of
the club could bo bad. It was sug
gested that the roll be called and the
status of the club ascertained in or
der that the proper number of dele
gates might bo elected to represent
tbe club at the approaching County
Convention. Tbe names of several
parties were dropped from the list on
account of death, removal or other
circumstances which made it unneces
sary to retain their names on the list.
About twenty new members recorded
their, names after which the call of
the County Chairman was read by
the Secretary and the club proceeded
to perfect its permanent organization
by the election of the following
ofliccrs for the ensuing campaign:
Mr. B. Frank Slater, President: Drs.
A. S. Hydrick and J. G. Wannama
ker, Vice-Presidents; Mr. L. H. Wan
namaker, Secretary, and Mr. Kirk
Robinson, Treasurer. The newly
elected officers having taken their
seats, on motion the following com
mittces woro nominated for elec
tion by the club which was done by
acclamation t ^
working committee.?J. S. Al
borgotli, S. A. Reeves, II. Kuhn, J.
L. Sims a"d Stiles R. Melliohamp.
Executive Committee.?Dr. A. S.
Hydrick, G. W. Branson and Robert
Registration Committee.?T. C.
Albcrgotti, F. A. Schillley and E. J.
It was ascertained by the revUion
of tbe roll that the club was entitled
to eleven delegates, one from the
club at large, and ten accoiding to
tho ratio of representation, to repre
sent the club in the County Conven
tion. On motion Gen. Jas. F. Izlar
was nominated tor the position of
delegate at large and was unanimous
ly elected by acclamation. Tlio fol
lowing gentlemen were declared elect
ed on the first ballot as regular delegat
es to the County Convention : Samuel
Dibble, Robert Copes, B. Frank Sla
ter, J. II. Dukes, E. J. Felder, IL G.
Sheridan, W. L. Glaze, 1). E. Smoak,
M. Glover, P. G. Cannon. Alter
nates, Harpin Riggs, A. I). Freder
ick and W. J. DcTrcville.
Mr. YV. B. Thompson, in a neat
and appropriate speech, nominated
Cnpt. Samuel Dibble as a member of
tlio County Executive Committee
fiom Ibis club. The nomination was
receiyed with enthusiastic applause
by the members and on motion Cnpt.
Dibble was unanimously elected by
acclamation. There being no further
business tbe club adjourned after one
of the most harmonious session we
have ever witnessed in a body of this
Suuscrioe for tbe Orangeiuirq
ICE CREAM 7 ICE CREAM
GOOD NEWS t
Re-opening of Joseph Eroes* Ice Cream
AND /, ',? - ... .
Stop and refresh yourself, haying done so, carry some home In u neat little patent
Icc Cream Bag f for which no charge] for your wives, s'sters, cousins, aunts and
Oraiigetoiarg Ice House!
Je? for sale in any quantity, send rope or bag to save expenses.
I am also still keeping the finest assortment of
C OlSTiFE OTIO KT EE Y,
Oranges. Lemons, and Nuts of all descriptions, cheaper than any where.
SOMETHING NEW AND DELICIOUS
In housekeeping Shcpp's Dedicated Cocoa Nut, also fresh Mulsins, Currants,
?, Citron, Canned goods.
FINE CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES
and smokers articles. Call once and 3'ou will call again.
Orangeburg. S. C, Sept. 20-tf
\V HAT P
LANDRETll'S GARDEN SEEDS
of every variety, warranted
FRESH AND GENUINE,
and No Water
NEEDED TO BRING THEM Ul\
Try a few
BEANS, CORN. CUCUM BE RS, -
ami lail this time,
TT It V C~ A I IV.
Watches and Clocks
IN PLAIN RINGS.
"W, X<\ Kobinson,
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
Russell Street, Orangeburg, S. C.
Jan. IG, l.?S0-ly
"A. F. H. DUKES,
BRANCIIVILLE, S. C,
Offers a large and varied stock of
at llie Lowest Cash prices to u;ai?e room
for a large
I have also on hand a lot of the best
At the lowest possible figures.
Don't fail to come and examine my stock
bet?re buying elsewhere.
L F. H. DUKES,
BRANCIIVILLE, S. C.
THEODORE " KOHW1
Respectfully announces his arrival
from New York and takes pleasure in
calling the attention ol Ills friends and
patronsto one of the
In all tlie latest styles, all the new shades
and colors in Silk, Satin, Bunting. Linen
and Cotton from the looms of England.
France. German}', China and America.
Prices to suit everybody in want .of a
Parasols, Fans, LacpS, Embroideries,
Gloves. Handkerchiefs, Cornets, Ribbons,
Trimmings without end, and prices all
The latest Novelties of the season in
Ladies' Neck Wear, RuschingS, Collar
ettes, Neck Ties, Jabots, Bows, Lace
Scarfs of which all I ask is for everybody
to taka a look at and cull soon to make
Also very nice selections of figured
Muslins, Lawns, Piques, Calcos, Percals,
and Cambrics. ?
An immense line of
of every imaginable description.
. GENTS' and YOUTHS'
Clothing of J.be latest styles.
Big stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses
Boys and Children's Straw Hats.
Shirts, Neck Tics, Scarfs, Bows, Collai
Undcrwcar, Suspenders in the usual
R E LI A R L E I? A T T E R N S
for Spring and Summer.
The Premium Light Running
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE,
VuchlllO Needles, Oil, Attachments al
ways on hand.
Goods shown with pleasure, give us a
call and I am sure you will all be made
Orangcburg, S- C, Oct. 10,1S79.
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
No. 8 IMPROVED.
Easiest to learn, easiest to manage,
Tlie lightest running; tlie most durable.
Awarded the only Grand prize at the
I'aris Exposition in 1878. Over" eighty
competitors. Terms easy.
For sale by
James A. Hamilton,
At the store of John A. Hamilton. *
Jacob Reed's Sons,
The oldest and most reliable Clothing
House in the United States. Military
Goods a specialty. A fresh line Spring',,
Samples just received and orders taken.
James A, Hamilton,
At John A. Hamilton's store.
,TA.3XJh;i5i VA.1V 'JFA.S&KL
is a.ncnt for the Sale of the celebrated
BAL.P MOUNTAIN OO?N WHISKEY,
the purest brand in tlie known world
GALE! CAHL^i CALL!!!
and sample for once in your lives a pure
It has no equal. Also ou hand the cheap
est brands of /
SMOKING and CHEWING TOBACCO
? ? ? :t
iu tlie market.
A full hue of Staple and Fancy
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
Give tue a call and be convinced, that
this advertisement is no humbug. ....?il
JAMES VAN TASSEL,
At Midler's Old Stand.
I In addition to tlie large and elegaiitfy
assorted stock .of pry Goods, Boots und
Shoes, flats, &c., tfce., also
ofthebest quality, cheaper than can be
bought any were else. The tfgest and
best stock of ?
The prjees of which have just been re
duced 2? to 00 cents per gallon.
D. E. SMOAK & CO.
Have lltttcd up their tip-stairs 'and inid
in a stock ?5,000 of the iincst. best and
cheapest assortment of
to bo found between Columbia and
Charleston. If you are in need of a euic
at any price, Pants, Coat or Vest, don't
fail to see them before buying. Just re
ceived, 150 barrels of
Which will ho sold cheaper than the
same quality can he bought hi Charles
ton, make room-for
to be in by the first of November.
RUST PROOF WHEAT & OATS
I),. E. 8M0AK A CO
Orangeburg, S. C. June 27 II