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A. 3?ui>e>x* lbr tlio People.
Open from' half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A.
M.. and from half-past 10 A. M. to 4P.
Columbia mail -closes at. 10 A, M. and
the ciiatlc?ton mall at half, past 5 P. M.
On Tuesdays and Fridays a mall for
Fcltlerville, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill
closes at half-past 7 A. M.
On-Fridays a mail for Knott's Millsi
Witt's Mills and Hushes' Store closes a,
half-past 2 P. M.
orangeburg, s. c, May 7. 1880.
Notice.?Wo have made arrange
ments with tho proprietors of the
News and Courier to club their mam
moth Weekly with the Democrat at
$3 per annum, for both papers, cash
Early.?We were shown a corn
tassel on last Saturday, taken from
the Held of Mrs. Andrews, about one
mile from town. This is certainly
epiite early for this grain and shows
what energy and industry may do in
a climate so mild as ours^ Can any
one beat it ?
Thanks.?Our thanks arc due Mr.
Swurtz Hungerpiller, of Middle St.
Matthews, for quite a handsome con
tribution of vegetables from bis gar
den. The cabbage bends are the fin
est .we have seen this season and re
flect credit upon the skill of Mr. Hun
pillcr as a successful gardener.
Accident.?Mr. William Pooser,
of the Pine Grove neighborhood,
about seven miles from town, while
putting a loaded pistol in the pocket
ol his pants a few days ago, accident
ally fired the weapon off and received
a .painful wound in his right thigh.
TheO-Janl! ranging downward, lodged
in tiie knee and may cause the joint
to become stiff.
Not the Max.?Herman Fisher,
who was arrested sometime ago in
Savannah, Ga., as a swindler, antl
published in the' News and Courier t
is not, wc are reliably informed, the
brother of Mr. A. Fisher, our former
worthy townsman, but a Swiss who
came to this, country some six months
ago, and entered the employ of Mr.
N. liischolf, of Charleston.
Louenz's Blush Pack Powder.?
A harmless promoter of beauty, im
paiting to harsh, pallid, 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
so true to nature that its use ecapes
detection by the closest observer.
Price 2?ct per box. For sale by Dr.
J. G. Wannainakcr. *
Give Him a Call.?Our young
friend W. B, Thompson, who recently
bought out Mr. J. W. Mosley and
may be found at the corner of Railroad
Avenue and Russell Street, has on
hand in addition to a well selected
stock of general merchandize a lot of
hoes and sweeps and other fanning
implements which he is selling at a
bargain. He also sells a good article
of Durham smoking Tobacco at forty
cents per pounds. Give him a call.
Death.?Mr. W. A. J. Sistrnnk,
an esteemed citizen of our town
died at his home on monday night
last at 1 o'clock, alter much suffering
brought on by a severe attack of
pneumonia. Mr Sistrnnk was a man
of many noble traits of charac er
which won for him the esteem of a
large circle of friends and the affec
tion of relatives. He leaves a family
and kindred to mourn their lost, to
whom wc lender our .sympathies in
this hour of bereavement.
Gone North.?Dr. J. C. Dubois
and family, who have been spending
the winter at their home recently pur
chased in our town, left on momlav i
last for their Summer home in New
York. We wish them an easy pas
sage, a safe arrival at their point of
destination and a pleasant stay
among their old friends and relations.
The candid disposition and genial
manners of Dr. Debois won for him
many fast friend amoung our people,
who will extend to himself and family
a cordial welcome on their return
The Crotcupen Democratic Club.
"H.," writing to the Democrat, says :
"The Crotchpen Democratic Club was
reorganized by the election of the fol
lowing officers: J. N. Hook, Presi
dent ; W. F. Ott and W. T. Bozard,
Vice-Prcsidents ; A. B. Zciglcr, Trea
urer ; J. 11. Riley, Secretary. Sixty
five members were enrolled with the
prospect of many more hereafter.
The following delegates were elected
to the County Convention : Jno. II.
Hook, J. R. Riley and W. F.Ott.
J. It. Riley was nominated by the
club as a member of the Executive
A Touching Tribute.?A corres
pondent under the signature of*'?."
writing to the Nashville Banner, says:
"I wanted to la}' a wreath on bis cof
fin," were the words uttered by the
most beautiful of God's creation?n
lovely woman?who desired to [jay a
last tribute to a stranger boy, whose
life had been taken from him, while
away from his home andjfriends. All
honor to a woman so noble, so brave
and sympathetic. She should live in
history to adotn its pages, as she
adorns the society with which, and
the age in which she lives. It was ihc
tribute of a sister of one of our most
distinguished Confederate Generals
to a Yankee boy. Where is there a
man who would not bow, with uncov
ered head, to a being so purely un
selfish aud so truly charitable?
Interesting to FauMEUS.?rN?W
Hint tho revenue olllccrs tiro making
their raids tbroughto?t tho country j
it might bo well for our farmers to bo
a little cautious bow they bandlo to
bacco on their plantations. It is a
well-known fact that many farmers
buy tobacco and lot it out to the
hands on tho place without once
intending to evade tho revenue laws.
The revenue officers, however, charge
that a farmer who sells tobacco in
this way is liable to arrest for polling
tho article without a license. They
claim that every farmer who buys to
bacco from tho merchants and sells it
to his tenant for any purpose whatso
ever is liable to indictment.
Y. M. C. A. Rooms.?We would
call the attention of our readers who
may be in attendance upon court to
tho room of tho Young Men's Chris
tian Association, located just back of
the Court House. The room is open
every evening during the week, and
among the papers on file will be found
the ikNews and Courier" 4,Dr.Mo
cuat" and "Times." On the tables
will be found books and magazines,
If gcthcr with games of chess and
draughts. Tho room is free for the
use of those who desire to avail them
selves of its advantages. On every
Friday evening a Prayer mooting is
hold in their rooms, commencing at
half past eight o'clock, to which a
cordial invitation is extended to all
who desire to attend.
Dime Reading.?The dime read
ing r enounced by the Y. M. C. A.
for last Monday evening was quite an
enjoyable entertainment and the
attendance, though not so large as
might have been desired, was encour
aging to the young men who are
making earnest efforts to build up
the association and to put it on a
firm foundation. The reading by
Messrs. F. A. SchlfUey, J. II. Fowlcs
and F. S. Dibble was well done, and
selected with reference to a proper
mixture of the serious and humorous.
Miss Buchanan entertained the audi
ence by a lew select pieces, which she
sang with remarkable pathos and
sweetness. Her contribution to the
enjoyment of the occasion afforded a j
pleasing variety to tho entertainment j
and was well received. It is very |
desirable that our citizens give such I
a patronage to this enterprise as j
will make the Association a power
ful instrument for good in tho com
Bask Ball.?Quite a number of
the lovers of this manly sport we;il
down to Rowcsvillo last Friday to
witness a match game between the
Junior Club of Orangeburg and "Our
u03s' " of Rowcsvillo. The Orange
burg boys boat the Rowcsvillo boys
pretty badly, as the following score of
tho game will show :
Name. Run?. Outs.
B. N. Scoville.9 1
C. B. Glover.8 1
R. J. Dukes.0 0
J. B. Stokes.G 4
J. A. Zeig 1 er.9 1
M. Hatch.7 3
J. B. Glover. 10 0
C. W.Dannor.?' 1
P. C. Brunsen.I 4
"ocn no vs."
Names. Runs. Oats.
1$. Dukes. 2 1
J. W. Bowman.2 2
? Whetstone.1 3
? Baxlcr.2 2
M. Hi ley.1 1
Tom Dukes.0 4
W. Wolfe.1 0
? Fowler.0 2
? Reeves.0 3
Total .9 18
Picnic.?The litt'o ones will re
member that next Tuesday is set
aside lor them ami they can prepare
themselves for a day of fun and 11 olio.
The Committee of Arrangements for
the picnic, appointed by the St.
Paul's Methodist Sunday School, re
quest the following ladies to take
charge of the dini er table for tho oc
casion : Mrs. O. A. Darby, Mrs. J. C.
Bell, Mrs. D. Louis, Mrs. W. C.
Bull, Mrs. J. C. Pike, Mis. Lizzie
Bull, Mrs. II. G. Sheridan, Mrs. W.
A. Meroncy, Mrs. James Cannon,
Mrs. Andrew D. Frederick, Mrs.
J. M. Danner, Mrs. W. C. Moss, and
Misses M. B. Harlcy, Lucio Danucr,
Annie liolman, Susie Dibble, Julia
Janncy and Ollic Wunnamaker.
Wugotis will call at the residences
of those who have kindly promised
their aid, for baskets between the
hours of 7 and 9 o'clock A. M. Those
who have not been visited by the
committee and desire to aid, will
please send their baskets to the Meth
odist Church. A member of tho com
mittee will be in waiting there to re
ceive all baskets sent until 9 o'clock
Those who have kindly offered their
wagons to convey the children to the
grounds will please have them at tho
Methodist Church at half-past seven
o'clock A. M., sharp.
For the purpose of more easily dis
tinguishing tho various committees,
teachers and Sunday School children
the following badges will bo worn :
Members of Committee of Arrange
ments will wear a red, white ami blue
rosette ; member of the Ladies' Com
mittee, a white and blue badge, offi
cers and Sunday Sciiool teachers, red
and white rosette; Sunday School
children, red and white badge, and
marshals, red rosette.
Tho children will assemble at the
Methodist Church tit half-past s.-von
o'clock from whence they will be con
voyed to Col. Frederick's grove in
wagons. Tho lOdisto Band will fur
nish music for tho occasion.
Local Dots.?Knights of Honor
meets Monday night.
For n good Ovc cent segar call at
Mr, 8. A.^Reeves' drug stove.
A remark that always provokes a
"smile," "What will you take?"
Mr. J. K. Blackmail, of Iho News
and Courier, is in town attending
Farmers arc earnostly requested to
exhibit samples of small grain at the
Wo are having charming weather
now, but how long it will last depon
cnth suyeth not.
Never nurse a grudge to keep it
warm. Let your good nature smile
it out of existence.
Another young lady has dislocated
her jaw while yawning. Let tins be
a warning to Congressmen.
One of the neatest and newsiest of
our exchanges is the Courier, publish
ed at Chatham Village, N. Y.
Read the proceedings of the Jami
son Democratic Club, published on
the firs', page of this issue.
Mr. C. B. Coburn lum been appoint
ed night operator at the telegraph of
licc in place of Mr. Tilly, resigned.
May will have live Saturdays, Sun
days and Mondays, and many other
good thing* too numerous to mention.
An exchange says women arc dan
gerous. We print the above that all
men may clip It out and paste it in
Brotherly love don't seem to pre
vail '.o any alarming extent among
the leaders of the liadical party in
"Many Democrats" have nominat
ed Mr. Robt. Copes as their candi
date for Clerk of Court through our
What is the matter with the candi
dates this year? Come out gentle
men and let the people know who
you are, and what you want.
The Grand Jury in their present
ment recommend that the next Legis
lature pass a stringent law against
carrying concealed weapons. Good.
Another American girl is to marry
a nobleman. Why is it that our gills
i el use to support their own country
men? There is a lack of patriotism
The Democratic County Convention
to elect delegates to the State Dem
ocratic Convention meet here next
Saturday. May harmony prevail iu
An editor being asked, "Do hogs
pay?" says u great many do not.
They take the paper several years,
and then have the postmaster send it
Oh, husband of mine, the night is
most euded ; say, why didst thou tar
ry so late? Relieve me, dear wife, the j
lodge I attended, and we put through
a new candidate.
Some anonymous wretch ventilates
the opinion thai if the women of the
land would do without ribbons they
would save nearly fifteen million dol-j
lars to help out the men in buying ci
The Louisville Courier-Journal
says that the disease known as black
leg is playing havoc with young cat
tic in Madison County. It's doing
the same thing with the young calves
iu this town.
Dr. W. C. Wannftmakcr, late of
Charleston, has located in our town
for the purpose of practicing his pro
fession. We extend to him a cordial
welcome, aud wish him abundant sue-;
cess. His ollice is located over Mr.
Ik your hair is coming out, or turn
ing gray, do not murmur over a mis
fortune you can so easily nvcrt.
Ayer's Hair Vigor will remove the!
cause of your grief by rcstoi ing your :
hair to its natural color, and there i
with good looks and good nature.
George Eolivcr and D. A. Straker i
had a lively war of words last Tins
lay afternoon on the public square.
Wc did not learn the cause, but pre
sume it was politics,as they tire rivals
Tor the leadership of the Radical par
ly in this county. Go it snakes!
Cam any thing be better? I can't
Lhink so, as Coussen' Honey of Tar
is the best cough remedy 1 have been
nble to get. One dose alone is wottb
50c., but you can buy a winde bottle
at that price. For stile by Dr. J. G.
We received from Mr. Thomas
Collier, of Middle St. Matthews, on
yesterday a week, a bundle of Oats
measuring five and a half feet high
with well developed heads. Mr. Col
lier has ten acres of this crop that
will average this highth. Who can
At the regular meeting of the Chil
dren's Missionary Society of St.
Raul's Methodist Church, held last
Sunday, the following officers were
elected : F. S. Dibble,President.; Mrs.
Susan Albergotti, Vice-President; J.
A. Rice, Secretary ; Miss Lizzie Dex
Good Ink.?We have tested a su
perior quality of black ink kept by
S. A. Reeves, and find it equal lb any
we have ever so mi for smoothness of
How, case of wiiling and brightness
of color. This ink ought to be in the
hands of every lawyer and merchant
in the county, indeed any one who
has much writing to do will lind it the
best in the market. Mr. Reeves
I,oops not only the best ink, but the
best quality of Tobacco, Cigars, Can
dy, rollet. Articles, and the purest
and most reliable Drugs made, and
will be pleased to have his friends
call nt his stoic on Russell street.
Coiutr.?On Monday morning last!
the Court of Geueral Sessions con
vened at lun o'clock A. M.,.jJudgc
Thomas Thomson presiding. The
petit juries were at once organized
und such matters as were ready for
the Grand Jury, were delivered by
the Soliotor, Judge Thomson, in bis
charge, entered at length into the du
ties and responsibilities of tho jury.
The Bubjeot of carrying deadly weap
ons, whether concealed or not, was
very forcibly brought to their notice
as the-' keepers of the pence of tho
I county. This practice, so lull of
I evil, prevails in every section of tho
Stale ; and tho increased amount of
crime of which it is dircc y tho cause
demands a remedy that will work
speedily and surely. Tho promiscu
ous granting of liquor licenses was
equally condemned and the grand
jury warned not to grant them to such
persons as would abuse tho privilege
to tho injury of the community.
'Gambling was passed in review and
those games designated in which tho
law allowed indulgence. Card play
ing received the Judge's severest celt
icism, and iL is to be hoped that the
information given upon this subject
may bo of some benefit to our com
munity. Indeed, Judge Thomson in
his first appearance before the public
of Orangeburg has made a very fiv
orablo impression upon our citizens
by the manly stand taken against
these great evils which is the bane of
every community and tho causo of
four-fifths of the crime perpetrated in
The old cases against B. A. Wob
eier, L. Arthur and others for bribery
and intimidation of voters, were call
ed and found Solicitor Jervoy ready
for trial. This, however, diil not suit
the defence, and alter a little flurry
among the stalwarts on motion of de
fendant's counsel the cases wore or
dered lo be IonliuuceU There is no
good icason why these cases and oth
ers which failed-of a decision because
ol a mistrial, should not bo brought
to trial and Iho violators of the law
bo made to stiller ils full penalty.
Tho case of the Stale against Jos.
Mart, Jeffrey Jackson, Archie Palm
er and Sain Green for stealing a bale
of cotton from Jake Davis, was tried
and, : tier pretty plain evidence
against them, was given to the jury.
A verdict of guilty was brought in
and tho prisoners remanded back to
jail. In this case no attorney ap
peared for the defence, aud the Judge
allowed each one of the accused to
address the jury in his own behalf.
The case of the Slate against B.
IM. Parier, for receiving stolen goods,
was called and put on trial. Because
of the position and reputed character
of tho defendant quite a deep interest j
was manifested in the case and the)
largo court room was pretty well
crowded throughout its ptogre.-s. J
F. Izlar, Esq., and Hon. S. Dibble,
attorneys for tho defence, conducted
their caso in a masterly manner, and
from I he mass of testimony given,
brought out a complete acquittal of
Mr. Parlor. The jury after an ab
sence of.half an hottr reported a'ver
diet of not guilty.
Tho following additional cases were
State vs. Wade Pinknoy, house
breaking and larceny, (no council,)
Stale vs. Josephine Martin, larceny
oj live slock, D. A. Shaker for de
Stale vs. Stephen Punches, larceny j
of live stock. Jas. F. Izlar, Bsq.,
for defence. Guilty.
Stale vs. Daniel Jones, burglary
and larceny, D. A. Straker, (appoint
ed by Judge,) for defence. Not
guilty of burglary ; also, we cannot
Und him guilty of grand larceny, be
cause the amount is less than twenty
State vs. Wiley M*ay, obtaining
goods under false pretences. Ab'al
Lathi op for defence. Mistrial.
Slate vs. Cherry Cutler, burglary
and larceny, W. J. DcTievillc, Esq.,j
for defence. Mistrial.
State vs. Peter Ashlv, horse steal-]
lug, 1). A. Straker lor defence. Guil
This is all tho business transacted
up to tho lime of going to press.
BltAKCllVILLE, May ?, ISSO.
Pursuant lo a call of the First Vicc
Prcsidcnt n meeting of the Branch
villo Democratic Club was bel l in
the Town Ila'l on Saturday, May 1.
Tho meeting was called to order by
the First Vice-President, and the fol
lowing oilicors were elected : John W.
Faiiey, President; John M. Berry,
First Vice-President; A. S. Dukes,
Second Vice-president i A. B. Co
burn, Socretary and Treasurer. Tho
following delegates were clcc'cd 'to
the County Convention: John W.
Fnircy, O. II. Oil, John M. Berry, A.
B. Coburn, A. S. Dukes and F. W.
Faircy. On motion Dr. O. 11. Ott
was elected member of iho Executive
Committee. The delegates were in
structed to sustain Hon. S. Dibble
for County Chairman. The meeting
was enthusiastic and the only idea
which seemed to t revail w as that eve
ry effort would be put forth b3* each
and every member to work in unity
so that at our coming election wc
would stand Democratic according to
number of voters in this precinct se
cond to no other in the Slate.
A. B. ConuiiN, Secretary.
Hill's Hepatic Panacea, The Liv
er is tho king imperial organ of the
whole human syslcm, as it controls
the life, health and happiness of man.
When it is disturbed in ils proper
action all kinds of uilments are the
natural results. Tho digestion of
the lood, the movements of tho heart
and blood, the action of Iho brain and
nervous system, arc ail immediately
j connected w ith the workings of the
liver. To keep the liver in n healthy
.condition take Hill's l.laputic Pan
acea. Only 50 cents per bottle.
For sale by S.A. Beeves.
Ifort Motto Joltings.
Four Motte, S. C, May 3,1880.
.Editor Orangeburg Democrat:
Tlio Fort Motto De moor all d Club
met here on Saturday morning, the
1st instant, was exceedingly well at
tended, and duly organized with Dr.
C. It. Tuber, as ^'resident, and J. J.
llowell, Esq., Secretary ami Treasur
er. There was a considerable acces
sion to our club since las'., campaign,
and, if we mistake not signs, we will
make a better showing thun ever next
November. The accession spoken of
is due to the fact that the fine lands
of this seetion have attracted the at
tent on of irany thrifty settlers.
After the club adjourned a call was
made for the farmers to organize an
agricultural club, which was done by
calling Maj. W. C. llanc to the chair,
and Mr. W. Ii. Tuber was elected
Secretary and Treasurer. After dis
cussing at some length the present
outlook of the agricultural interests
Some few weeks ago the residence
of Mrs. Dr. T. J. Goodwyn was des
troy cd _ by lire. There wero no men
on the place, but near by was Mrs.
Caldivell's nourishing school of little
boys and girls, who showed the pluck
ol men and women, by rushing to the
burning house and heroically la
bored to save whatever they could re
move. Mrs. Goodwyn desires to pub
licly thank them for their services at
such au acceptable time.
An election was held for town of
fices of this place on the 3d ult. The
result was not satisfactory to tho bet
ter class of citizens, but they hope fur
the best, as it could have been worse.
Farmers are busy. A heavy acre
age of cotton, and, I am glad to suy,
an increased acreage of grain is being
put in. Weather propitious and la
bor doing well. More anon.
Cuuukcted Weekly by J. C. Pike,
Mi.Idling. 12 a 12 1-2
Low Middling.11 3-4 a 12
Ordinary to Good.10 :t-l a 11 1-4
l.'ice. rough.?1 30
Oats, per cwt.,.75
L. S. WOLFE, D, D. S,,
Graduate of Baltimore Dental College
Office over I). Louis' Store,
Oilers his professional services to the citi
zens of Orangehurg and adjoining coun
Teeth extracted without pain by the
use ot Nitrous Oxide Cas, the safest an
iustho.ic known to science. Satislaction
Jan. IK), 18$0?ly
Q. M. Van OrsdelL Jr.,
PHOTOGRAPHER and ARTIST.
rJMIH public are invited to call at my
JL Gallery ill front of Meronc$- Hotel
ami examine samples of Artistic Photog
Nothing but first class work done in
this Gallery. The public will not have
the expense of going to a city for the
same, as they can have just as good
work d 'in: in Orangeburg as in any city.
All work will bo Cash, when you
sit for negatives, othorwiso they
will not bo printed..
('all and see me on Mondav, 5th,
C. M. Van ORSDELL, .Til.
Orangehurg, S. C, April 2d, 1880?1m
I" would respectfully inform the public
.1. that I am still carrying On the Dress
Making business at the .-tore next door
to Mrs. Vinco formerly occupied by A.
II. Lewin. Patronage solicited and sat
isfaction guaranteed, presses will be
made in the latest style and at short no
(ice. Domestic Patterns kept constant
ly on hand lor sale and will lie supplied
to customers at reasonable rates
MRS. L. M. SM OA K,
Mar Hi. 1SS0?tf Dress Maker.
TAKE A CERTIFICATE
Mutual Endowment Assess
0 F P, A L T 1 M ? R E.
rTMIIS scheme of Life Insurance is got
JL ten up by the best business men of
Baltimore as a mutual protection a mom;
its members. It. is based upon purely
business principles am' is perfectly relia
ble, alloi ding tin? safest ami cheapest plan
on which life risks can be taken. Mr. ?I.
S. Alhugotli represents the company for
this county and will Issue cert ideates,
lie invites examination and will be
pleased to give all information needed.
April 2nd, 1880.?0m
How Watches are Made.
TT will lie apparent to any one who will
JL examine a $OLlD Goi.o Watch, that
aside from the necessary thickness for
engraving and polishing, a large propor
tion'of the precious metallised, is need
ed only to stillen anil hold the engraved
portions in place, and supply the neces
sary solidity and strength. The surplus
gold is actually needless so far as UTILI
TY and beauty are concerned. In JAM JOS
BOSS' PATEN 1' GOLD WATCH CASES
this waste ol precious metal is overcome,
and the same SOLIDITY AND STRENGTH
produced at from one-third to one-half
ol" the usual cost of solid cases. The pro
cess is of the most simple nature, as tol
lows't a plate of nieklc composition met
al, specially adapted to the purpose, has
two plates of SOLID GOLD soldered one
on each side. The three are then passed
between polished steel rollers, ami the
result is a Strip of heavy plated composi
tion, from which the cases, hacks, cen
tres, bezels, etc.. arc cut and shaped by
suitable dies and formers. The gold in
these cases Is sufficiently thick to admit
of all kinds of chasing, engraving and
enamelling; the engraved cases have
been carried until worn perfectly
smooth by time and use without remov
ing the gold.
THIS is THE ONLY CASE MADE
WITH TWO PLATES OF SOLID GOLD
AND WARRANTED BY SPECIAL
j For sale by all Jewelers, Ask for U
lustratcd Catalogue, and to rco warrant.
March 12. 1S80?ly
Respectfully announces Iiis arrival
from New York oad takes pleasure >lu
calling the attention o( his friends and
patronsto one of tho
In all the latest styles, all the new shades
and colors in bilk, Satin, Diluting. Linen
and Cotton from the looms of England,
France. Germany, China and Anioriea.
Prices to suit everybody in. want of a
Parasols, Paus, Laces, Embroideries,
Gloves. Handkerchiefs,Corsets, Ribbons,
Trimmings without cud, and prices all
The latest Novelties of tho season in
Ladies' Neck Wear, Ruschings, Collar*
etios, Neck Ties, Jabots, Bows, Lace
Scarle of which all I ask is for everybody
to take a look at and call soon to make
Also very nice selections of figured
Mufdins, Lawns, Piques, Calcos, Percals,
An immense line of
of every imaginable description.
GENTS' and YOUTHS'
Clothing of the latest styles.
Big Stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses
Hoys and Children's Straw Hats.
Shirts, Neck Ties, Scarf?. Bows, Collar
Underwear, Suspenders in the usual
R ELIABLE PAT TE U N S
for Spring and Summer.
The Premium Light Running
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE,
Machine Nccdle?, Oil, Attachments al
ways on hand.
Goods shown with pleasure, give us a
call and 1 am sure j-ou will all be made
Orangeburg, S. C, Oct. 10,1870.
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
No. 8 IMPROVED.
Easiest to learn, easiest to manage,
The lightest running, the most durable.
Awarded the only Grand Prize at the
Paris Exposition in 1S7S. 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. Militari*
Goods a specially. A fresh line Spring
Samples ist received and orders taken
James A, Hamilton,
At John A. Hamilton's store.
Feb 13, 1SS0.
In addition to the large and elegantly
assorted stock of Dry Goods, Boots and
Shoes, iiats, etc., &c, also
of the best quality, cheaper than can be
bought any were else. The finest and
best stock of
The prices of which have just been re
duced "23 lo 00 cents per gallon.
D. E. SMOAK & CO.
Rave fittted up their up-stairs 'and laid j
In a stock ?.'>,000 of the finest, best and
cheapest assortment of
to be found between Columbia and
Charleston. If you are in need of a suit
at any price, Pants, Coat or Vest, don't
tail lo see them before buying. Just re
ceived, 150 barrels of
Which will be sold cheaper than the
same quality can ho bought in Charles
ton, make room for
to be in 03' tho first of November,
RUST PROOF WHEAT & OATS
D. E. SMOAK & COJ
Ornngcburg, S. C. June 27 tf
?KAN.GEBURG, S; C.
Tbc undersigned would respectfully iV
forru the public that lie is every day re*
ceiving largo additions to bis already
large stock iu all the different branches
and that the same will, be disposed of at
Ids old motto, "Large sales ..end smal
I am also receiving' now amtiavo'ln
store the following popular brands,of
Etiwan Dissolved Bone,
Kai i lit or Potash Salt.
Which will be sold at lowest prices.
I have also been appointed ageut Ht
B, F., Avery & Sons,
(The largest Plow and Wagon Manufac
tory in the world.)
and have received a lot of their One, (Two
and Three Horse Wagons, also Plows
this week. Give me a call aud ?eeifor
GEORGE H. CORNELSON.
ANDEEW 0. DIBBLE,
Attorney End Counsellor at Law,
Corner St. ?Paul and Church Sts,
OltANGEBiUjRG, S. C.
Attorney and Connsellor at La_r
(Cor. Church & St X'aul's Street:)
OEANGEBJJ?G, S. C.
1 will pay the best ptices/s r Wool in
any quantity. Also for Dry Flint and
Salted Hides, if not damaged.
John A. Hamilton.
Oct 11, 1879.
IMPROVED PAT EM T LIVER PAD1
Nbvbk Gsts Haud.
Cam nr. Mask axt Stbexoth Dsoiamo. L*a?
Twice as LoSG.
Clie&zes Cored trithout Drogsi^iteJBjalHb
fail's and Fever,
Sick & Nervous
The*) Pads Qnro all Pbeaaei by * borgtioc No
Noxious Pills. OUs, or Poisonous Medianes) are taken
Into Hie Stomach. The i'iiils nre srora over tho Pit
of the Stomach, covering tho Ores* Nerve Centraa.
also tho Liver and Stomach. A frtnO* Vegetable
Tonic is absorbed lntotheclrcuWlonof tho Blood and
14 ver, purifying the Blood. sUsnulaUng the IJversaS
Kidneys to healthy action, and strengthening Aha
Stomach to digest food. Prick or Pad* 41 ajid ?3
KAcii. Sold by all DnuoGwrsj.or tent by Mail
Manufactured at 89 & <t Nobtu Lidirtt Sc.
For Sale by
S. A. REEVES.
LANDRETIPS GARDEN ?EJGD*
of every variety, .warranted
FRESH AND GENUINE,
and No Water
NEEDED TO BRING THEM UP.
^?ry a few
?EANS, CORN. CUCUMBERS,
and lail this time,
THY AG AXN,
Watches and Clocks
IN PL A DJ RIMGS,
Watclunakcr and Jeweller,
Russell Street, GratigVunry, S. C?
Ja::. 10, 1880-ly