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'Open from hulf-pnat 8 to 10 o'clock A.
?"M., npd ?from -half-past 10 A. M. to ,<1 P.
-Columbia mail closes at 10 A, M. and
tlio Charleston mall at half-past 5 P. M.
? On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for
Felderville, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill
closes at.half-pnst 7 A.M.
?On Fridays a mail for Knott's MillstJ
Witt's Mills and liishes' Store closes a,!
half-past 2 P. M. *_
ORANGEHURO, S..C, MAY 14. 1880.
'/Notice.? Wo have ,made arrange
ments with the proprietors of the
Ncios and Courier toclub their mam
moth Weekly with the Demochat at
S3 per anntim,,for both papers, cash
The ?Rev. >W. i?. Riehardson is in
town on a visit. Oraugeburg must
have nn.attraction for hi in.
Notice.?All Democratic Clubs are
requested.to send immediately to Col.
J. It. 'Heitltman, Secretary of the
?County Democratic Executive Com
?mittee, the names of their Presidouts,
?his postoflice address, and the names
?of their respective clubs, and in what!
township they are'located. I
IFiloraj. F?iu.?We arc requested
Iby the Secretary to say that articles
'intended for exhibition at the Floral
"Fair will be received until 9 o'clock
to-day. Fifty cents will be charged
us an admittance fee for adults and
twenty-five cents for children. We
trust the Fair will be well patronized
by all our citizens. To do so is both a
duty and a privilege.
Complaint.?Our country friends
are complaining about the difficulty
they find in gelling their-mail out of
the postoflice, which they believe to
be due to the inefficiency of the color
ed iboy ip charge of the office during
,the postmaster's absence. We call
ahe attention of Mr. Webster to the
matter with the hupe that the evil
.complained of will be remedied.
Y. A. S. F. E, Co.?We are reques
ted to stale that all membcis of Ihe
Young America Steam Fire Engine
Company who wish to have their
spanners nickle-plated will leave them
with the Secretary of the company on
or before next Tuesday, who will
forward them to the Silsby Manufac
turing Company, where the work will
be done at a cost of from -20 to 30
cents per spanner.
Lorenz's Blush Face Powder.?
A harmless promoter of beauty, itn
paiting to harsh, pallid, aud bronzed
complexions the fresh bloom of health
jand vigor. Being an article of sueh
<delicatG fineness ils skillfull applica
j^wiproduces a rich exquisite blush
teguiture that its ose ecapes
inlhc closest observer.
box. For sale by Dr.
?^T^ML C. A.?The following reso
lution was unanimously adopted at
the last meeting of ihe Y. M. C> A.,
held on April 80, and ordered to be
published : "Thai we are very thank
ful to the ladies who liave shown their
interest in our Association by the
beautiful flowers placed on our table
on two occasions, and the handsome
match stand, and intetesting games j
which we find ip the room."
*lWahren Organ Company."?We
ore in receipt of a circular represent
ing one of Ihe popular organs manu
factured by the Warren Organ Com
pany, of Washington, N. J. Their
work has a national reputation, aud
the terms offered certainly fair and
liberal. Those of our readers who
desire a first class instrument at a
reasonable price should write to them
To Farmers.-^ We have just seen a
fetter of instruction to one of our
merchants from Collector Bray ton, ol
the Revenue Department in which il
was'stated that a farmer selling to
bacco to his hands would be "liable
ias a special taxpayer." The farmer
is considered in the same category as
a retail dealer and must pay a reven
ue tax of five dollars for the privilege
of selling tobacco.
New Democratic Club.?Pursuant
to a cull a new Democratic Club wns
organized on the Gib in slant in Wil
low Township, to be 'known as the
"Willow Swamp Stralghtout Demo
cratic Club." Twenty-six names were
enrolled, and the following officers
elected to serve for two years: C. F.
Dowling, President; Joseph Ridle
boover, Vice-President; N. B. Brown,
Secretary ; J. H. Baker, Treasurer.
The Feast op Pentecost.?The
Jewish Feast of Pentecost begins to
xlay, the sixiii day of the month
Sivah, and will continue until Sunday
evening. In accordance with ancient
custom the synagogues are decorated
in commemoration of the offerings of
the first fruits. The Feast comes
seven weeks after the Passover, and
is chiefly observed as the time of the
delivery of tbo Commandments to
Hagood Ahead.?A canvass of the
County Convention on Saturday laat
made the following, not unexpected,
revelation as to fhe following ol the
different aspirants for the governor
ship of this state : For Gen. Ilagood,
1?G, of whom three were colored
men ; for Gen. Gary, 18, anil doubtful
23. This tells the whole story of ihe
State ticket so for as Orangeburg is
concerned, and if rny delegate vole
for any other than Gen. Ilagood at
the State Nominating Convention he
will act in opposition**o the present
sentiment of our people.
Brevities.*?Tho weather is jjitthcr j
Scrviaos at tho Episcopal Church
Quite a quantity ?of fine fish uro be
ing taken from the Edisto with hook
Treasurer It. Copes cashed all the
jury tickets tflis week. Mmiah for
Mr. Carn, a juror in attendance
upon court, fainted in his seat on
'1 uesday last.
The use of Hall's Vegetable Sicil
ian Hair Rene wer will keep the hair
so It and glossy.
The Naos and Courier has donned
a new dress, and looks as neat and
bright as a-new pin.
A mad dog was killed below Mr.
John 'H. Duke'-s 'plnco on "Saturday
last by-some colored people.
?Cdl. JJ. C. Edward?, who has been
seriously ill for some time, is now-on!
duty again looking cheerful and ac-j
Lovers who never -quacrel and de
mand "them 'letters and'photographs"
back are not taking real solid com
Whoever is honorable and candid,
honest and courteous, is n true gen
tleman, whether learned or unlearn
ed, rich or poor.
Mr. T. Kohn, having completed
the repairs on his residence made ne
cessary by the late fire, moved in on
Kentucky blasts of a-catfish weigh
ing 178 pounds. We wonder if this
will excite another exodus among the
Mr. N. A. Bull Ijas a fine field of
oats on his 'lots bordering on New
street. Tho straw is at least five feet
high and well headed.
Let every true Democrat adopt as
his sentiment, "South Carolina shall
?never again be under Radical rule.'*
And then act up to it.
The colored fire companies, Comet
and Independent, paraded last Mon
day afternoon, and presented a very
The Sundag Newa improves with
every issue. It is as bright and
sparkling as a diamond, and Charles
ton ought, to be proud of it.
A little child of Mr. John Ogrcn
died on Wednesday morning last of
pneumonia. Our warmest sympathies
are tendered the bereaved parents.
The horse of Messrs. Turner and
Stewart became unmanageable on
Tuesday last while returning from
the picnic and broke both shafts of
We learn that Mr. David Snell is
seriously ill at his home in the coun
try ; also that the Rev. It. J. Ed
wards and wife are both lying dan
"Bright * of my xislOce, give me
an m ??? 1" said a young man to bis
awect heart. iShe made a ?at him,
and planted (?er hand between his ii's,
which made him c * *.
A Norfolk, Va., youth knocked a
girl down with a brick and broke
throe of her ribs because she wouldn't
marry him. As a "striking" case of
love this takes the prize.
We heard u young fellow say that
the handsomest young lady at the
picnic was fiom Charleston. Our loy
alty to Orangeburg will never let us
make such an admission as this.
The merchant's boom has failed
and goods of every description are
tumbling down with the price of coir
ton. Tbio is goon news to our farm
ers who were wise enough to sell their
crops at the high prices.
Mr My er, late of SummcrvUle,
moved in his new house last week
with the intention of making Orange
burg bis permanent home. We ex
tend him and lamily a cordial wel
come und wish them a pleasant resi
dence among us.
On the planet Jupiter one vear is
nearly as long as twelve of our years.
By the amount of time some of our
subscribers take to pay their subscrip
tion it is evident that they labor uu
der the delusion that they are inhabi
tants of Jupiter.
A man who con give up dreaming
and go to his daily realities, who can
smoother down his heart, its love or
woe, and take to tjie hard work of his
bund, who defies fate, and, if he must
die, dies flighting to the last?that
man is life's best hero.
Our devil soys he had a buncombe
lime at the picnic on Tuesday last.
Them's our sentimonts precisely, but
if a certain little problem of ours had
worked out satisfactorily we could
have truthfully said we had a abun
comler" time. But then, it didn't.
Occasionally a .fellow gets riled
about some squib in the Demockat.
When you feel your ire rising, my
friend, just walk up into our office,
and when we get through with you if
you are not in a good humor we will
present you with our Sunday hat.
Mrs. Grant says that the prettiest
girl she saw in all her travels was at
Reno Station, Nov. We'll bet Mrs.
Grant a bran new bonnet that we
can mention the name of an Orangc
burg young lady who can beat her
Reno Station girl in looks all to
pieces and not half try.
Improvement.?Workmen arc en
gaged in tearing down the old law of
lice of Messrs. Jzlar & Dibble, on
Russell street, preparatory to moving
it to a lot on Ruilroad Avenue, where
Mr. J. F. Way proposes to erect
another store. Capt. J. C. Bell will
at once commence the new brick
sloro for Mr. Way on the lot from
which the old office is being taken.
New Store.?-Mr. E. A. Scbiflley
announces.in,this issuo of .the Dkmo
chat that ho has opened a grocery
store on Kussel Street, pear the
Railroad, where-he will keep nothing
but the choice t goods. Mr. Scbif
lley is well and favorably known to
the public, and those who may fnvor
him with their patronage may rest
assured that they will <bo dealt with
honestly and fairly. Give him a
A Slight Mistake.?But a'little i
over four months of leap year have
passed, and yet we hear of a young
lady not a hundred rxtlos from Or
angeburg who is thoroughly disgust
ed with it. The other evening, so
''they" say, as she began, "Will
yon"?her young man, without wait
ing.to ascertain whether or not she
was going to proposo, -sprang from
the sofa,'rushed off, and has carefully
avoided the house ever since. Ami
yet, aware that she possessed n very
large mouth, sho was merely about to
ask,''Will you please shut your eyes
while I gape?"
Sad Death.?Miss Sophia Clarke,
a young lady of great promise, died
at tho residence of her brother at
Midway, on Saturday last. The body
was brought to ?Orangoburg, where
the funeral and burial services were
performed by Rev. F. Aold on Sun
day morning at the Methodist Church
in the presence of a large congrega
tion of friends. The amiable charac
ter of Miss Clarke, which had drawn
around her the warm affection of her
entire acquaintanceship., and her
early but triumphant death was
made a solemn lesson to the largo
number of youths in attendance.
"Blessed arc the dead who die in the
A Good Ridance.?Sheriff Bo wen,
of Charleston, has obtained leave
from the Governor to bo absent from
the State for two months, during
which tune he will bo under medical
treatment at the North, lie has been
dangerously ill recently, and his
physicians have prescribed a change
of climate. Wo do not wish the
Honorable (?) gentleman any particu
lar harm, but we do hope that after
the next election ho will have an in
definite leave of ubscuce. Wc won
der if some of our Radical satelites
don't want a leave of absence too.
Wo could mention one or two who
will go to a very warm climate when
they shufUu oif this mortal coil, if the
old fellow who is supposed to reign he
low attends to his business.
May Party,?Wc learn from the
Columbia Ucgistcr that the young la
dies of the Misses Martin's School of
that city had their annual May Queen
Picnic at tho Platz last week. A
throne was erected in the beautiful
grove on the left of the Platz. The
pupils to the number of sixty, formed
in the Hue and marched to the tin one,
when their chosen sovereign, a beau
tiful young lady, Miss Bessie Springs,
of Rock Hill, was crowned. Miss
Rena Bull, of Orangeburg, and Miss
Weston of Kastover, acted as crown*
ers, Miss L?rick, of Columbia, her
ald, Miss Sliivcr, of Columbia, Miss
Beck and Miss Lee, of Riehland, were
maids of honor, and Miss Styles, of
Georgia, sceptic bearer. There was
a largo crowd of delighted parents
and guardians present to witness the
crowning, and a sumptuous repast
was partaken of by the yonni? and
the old folks present and a pleasant
day was enjoyed by all. This is an
excellent school for young ladles, and
old graduates will be pleased to bear
of the continued prosperity of their
alma mat er\
Court.?The only case tried in the
Court of General Sessions since our
last report was the State against
Mack Jones, colored, for assaulting
an olllcer with intent to kill, Mr. La
throp for the defence. A verdict of
guilty was brought in but counsel for
defendant claimed a new trial on the
ground that 4.he foreman conferred
with the Judge privately without the
hearing of counsel. The Court after
a few words of explanation granted a
new trial. All the prisoners convict
ed were then sentenced to the peni
tentiary for terms varying from one
to three years. After the general or
ders were signed the Judge adjourned
the Court of Sessions sine die.
The Court of Cominou Pleas was
convened at 10 o'clock Monday morn
ing, Judge Thomson presiding. The
first case of any note was a suit
brought by tho First National Bank
of Charleston against C. T. Bowling
to recover vnlue of certain notes,
Gen. Izlar appeared for the Bank and
Mr. G. W. Williams, ofBarn wo 11, for
Mr. Dowling. The jury found a ver
dict for the Bank of $365.21.
Mrs. Caroline J. Shulfcr against the
Lutheran Church to recover $8Q rent.
Col, DeTrevillo appeared for the
plaintiff and Gen. Izlar for the de
fendant. The jury rendered a ver
dict for the plaintiff to the full amount
The case of T. P. Sloltes and T. K.
Sasporlas contesting a judgment
againstT. C. Andrews for whom they
were sureties was decided against
Messrs. Stokes and Sasportas. Messrs.
Browning and DoTrcville appeared
for Stokes and Sasportas.
Robert Goldson vs. Cufiy Judson,
suit on note. Straker for defendant,
verdict for plaintiff.
Thus. W. Albcrgotti vs. L. E. Ren
nekcr, suit for $12*50 wortli of bread.
Gen. Izlar for plaintiff, Col. DeTre
villo for defendant. Verdict for de
fendant undci charge of the Judge.
George Boliver vs. D. A. Straker,
suit on note for $11.25. Gen. Izlar
foi plntctilf and Straker for himself.
Vc.dict for defendant.
This was another fight of the Radi
cal Kilkenny cats and exposed some
amusing tricks indulged in by these
Anotqer Old Citizen Gonk.?Mr. j
.Daniel Joj'ner, an olil and esteemed
citizen of our town, /lied at Uis resi
dence gn |Wcdna8day,b?st after a pro
tracted illness of ffijyeral months.;
His funero! Rerviccs were conducted
at. the Methodist durch by Rev.'O.
A. 'Darby in the presence of a large
number of relatives and -fuionds. Mr.
ffoyner'?dife was n'tong and eventful
one, being in his 7Gtl. year, and leaves
behind him an Imperishable monu
ment in the virtues of his family.
Woi'i'ono Colleqi.?We have re
ooived a catalogue of Wofford Col
lege for XUq year .1870-80, located nt
Spartanburg, S. C. The College has
a oorps of nine profestors, each of ac
knowedged ability an# high standing
in tho literary world. There are
130 students representing very near
ly every county in the State. Of
these there are 'ive from Orangeburg ;
W. D. Hutto, of the Senior Class, D.
E. Hydrick and H. G. Sheridan, of'
the Junior Class, and 13. H. Moss and
II. S. Wahnamaker, of the Freshman
Class. AH these young gentlemen
except Mr. Hydrick, were prepared
for College at Sheridan's Classical
School of our town. The College has
recently adopted the School or Uni
versity system as best calculated to
meet the demands of a practical edu
cation. There are nine schools at
tached to the College in each of which
a diploma may be taken signed by
tiic President and Professor, and
graduation in all nine will entitle a
young man to the degree of A. iL
Wofford ranks among the'leading col
leges of the South and is doing a no
ble work for our young men.
Tub Picnic.?According to previ
ous appointment the Methodist Sun
day School Picnic came oil' on Tues
day last at the beautiful grove in
front of Col. 'a. D. Frederick's resi
dence Promptly at half-past seven
ooiock the little children, anxious
for the day's fun, began to assemble
at the church from every cpiaiter of
the town, there to await transporta
tion to the grounds- For this pur
pose wagons, kindly furnished by our
citizens, begun to arrive and at eight
o'clock twenty of them were loaded
with more than a hundred and City
of as light little hearts as ever enter
ed upon a day of fun and frolic.
With the Edis'.o Band in the lead the
line started down liussell-slrect, pie-j
seating a sight seldom witnessed
by our good people. The sweet
strains of the band and the long train
of wagons with their living freight of
children and parents, moving in sj's
tematic order, made one realize the
fact that he was indeed looking upon
a portion of that Sunday School
army which is destined to act an im
portant part in the religious con
quest of the world. Such a sight is
ample compensation for all the trou
ble involved in preparing th"se annu
al picircs for the encouragement of
our dear little once. At nine o'clock
the train arrived at liio grove and
then began the day's Jfun when this
host of boys and girlst so long con
lined to tlio narrow/.i mils of the
town, stepped out upon the scene lo
breathe the pure and invigoraling air
of the country. Wild with delight,
the baso ball and the croquet
games, the rope and the race, were
at once called into requisition to fur
nish the quota of fun necessary for
the day's enjoyment. Soon the whole
grove was alive with merriment which
was kept up the entire day a'utost
without cessation. Not the lea/?t
striking feature of the occasion was
tho perfect satisfaction with which
the old folks witnessed the scene be
fore them, and recalled to mind the
days when they too were as light
hearted and free from the cares of
life as these happy little ones seemed
to bo. At one o'clock dinner was
announced and the Superintendent,
having formed the children in line,
marched them up lo the table, and,
after halting, a few verses of tho
"?-Sweet By and By," were sung, led
by Miss Adella Buchanan. It is
needless to say the feast consisted of
an abundant supply of everything
parental love und thoughtful care
could provide. The weather being
threatening, the afternoon was pass
ed in doors by the children, listening
to the excellent music furnished by
the Band until the wagons returned lo
convey them home again. Too much
praise cannot be accorded to the com
mittees of ladies and gentlemen who
managed tho affair, to vftoom a large
share of the success is due.
Sunday School Mass Mketino.?
On May day the several Sabbath
Schools of Providence Circuit held
their third nnnnal mass meeting at
Union Camp Ground. After the chil
dren had marched in procession with
banners, singing an appropriate song,
the entire audience assembled under
Vhe stand, who:e the exercises were
opened with prayer by Mr. V. C
Dibble, of Charleston. After another
beautiful song, Mr. D bble delivered
a very instructive address lo the chil
dren, whom he represented as sowers,
his auditors responding with "The
Mustard Seed." Last year Spartan
burg had Ihe honors of the day ail to
herself, and again sho contributed to
the interest of the occasion by furnish
ing another speaker, Mr. L. B.
Huynes, whose successful effort re
warded the attention of the "little
builders." After an intermission, the
audience was agreeably entertained
by Rev. Mr. Legare, of Orangeburg,
then tho pulpit was occupied by a
speaker from the infant class, whose
youthful head scarce towered above
the sucied desk, and it is to bo hoped
on effort commenced so eaily in such
a spot, will be continued through life
amidst no less hallowed associations.
On Sunday following the first,
Messrs. Dibble and ilayn.es conduct
ed the services at Providence Church.
The lecture of the latter to the Bible
class oii the lesson toi' tho day w<ts
deeply impressive, and tho exercises
consisting of exhortation and,prayer
by 'cacli in his turn, were unusually
inlercs'ing. Indeed;it would-seeATj as
if the:greut,necd of the church, is not
.so much the effort from the pulpit,
which it always has, as-the earnest
work of her laymen.; because the lat
ter, pursuing the same occupations in
life, come in daily contact with those
who are never reached by the sermons
which they hear weekly or monthly.
Therefore, their opportunities of ac-<
complishing good eeenu greater., and
such often wield more influence by
their example without precept than
the individuals who are regarded as
set apart for (his work, and who are
always oxpected to be good.
The entire Providence communi'y
regretted that the stay of her visitors
was so short, and will gladly welcome
at any time, not only tire return of
two so favorably known throughout
the State* but the ?all of an}' other
workers so earnest in promoting the
united eause of education and relig
ion. MtoxoN Etta.
L. S. WOLFE, D, D. S.f
Graduate of Baltimore Dental College*
Office over D. Louis' Store,
Offers Ids professional services to the citi
zens of Oruugeburg and adjoining coun
Teeth extracted without pain by the
use of Nitrous Oxide Gas, the safest aa
xestho'ic known to science. Satisfaction
Jan. 30, 18SG?ly
Iwould respectfully inform the public
that I am still carrying on the Drc?s
Making business at the store next door
lo Mrs. Vince formerly occupied by A.
IL Lewin, Patronage solicited and sat
isfaction guaranteed. Dresses will bo
made in the latest style and at short no
tice. Domestic Patterns kept constant
ly on hand for .sale ami w.UJ be supplied
lo customers at reasonable rates.
MUS. L. M. SMGAfv
Mar ]?, 1880?tf Dress Maker.
How. Watches are Made,
TT will ho apparent to anj' one who will
X examine a Solid Gold Watch, that
aside from the necessary thickness for
engraving and polishing, a large propor
tion of tlio precious metal used, is need
ed only to stiften and hold the engraved
portions in place, and supply the neces
sary solidity and strength, The surplus
gold js actually needless savfar as utili
ty and beauty are concerned, fn.JAMES
BOSS' PATEN I' GOLD WATCH CASKS
this waste of precious metal Is overcome,
and the same soMurrr ?\:d stkei^QTH
produced at from one-third to one-half
of the usual cost of solid eases. The pro
cess is of the moat simple nature, as fol
lows: a plate of Pickle composition met
al, specially adapted to the purpose, has
two plates of sni.ii) qo!j> soldered one
on each side. The three arc then parsed
between polished steel rollers, and the
result is a strip of heavy plated composi
tion, from which the cases, hacks, cen
tres, bezels, &c. are cut and shaped by
suitable dies and formers. The gold in
these eases Is sufficiently thick to admit
of ail kinds of aliasing, 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
For sale by all Jewelers, Ask for Il
lustrated Catalogue^ and to ace warrant.
March 12. 1S80?ly
CALL Wim C?JLL
At the People's Bakery,
ESTABLISHED IN 1871,
BY ME PRESENT PROPRIETOR
Who is still ready and willing to
BREAD, ROLLS, PIES
C -A. I? E S ?
of all descriptions.
by the barrel or box.
DREAD FOR CAMP-MEETINGS,
An}' other meetings at short notice.
TUST RECEIVED FRESH CONFEC
19 T10N ARVS. FANCY GOODS AND
NOTIONS, which will he sold as low as
any that can be bought in Orangeburg.
Thankful for the past patronage of my
friends and the public I still solicit a con
tinuance of their custom.
T. W? ALBERGOTTI,
Next door to Mr. J. P. Hurley.
Orangebnrg, Sept 13,1878a ly
Buy! Buy I Buy!
J. I. SQRENTRUE,
before all uro sold at the prices named
Rest French Sardines lncts per box,
Fine Bottled Pickles 15 cptl^s,
Fresh Tomatoes, 8 lb cans, 20 ccn!(tfi
Largo Fat Mackerel 8 for 25 cents,
Best quality Codfish 3 lbs for?") cents,
Leaf Lard 11 lbs for $1,
Rio Coffee (best) 5 lbs for $1,
Mustard and Pepper 1-i lb boxes 10c
A full line of,
Always on hand attho lowest prices.
Good Plug Tobacco at 40 cts per lb
J. I. SORENTRUE.
Respectfully auuouuocs hi-; arrival
rroin New York und takes pleasure iu
jailing tho attention ot Iiis friends and
[>atronsto one of tho
[n all the latest styles, all the new shades
mid colors in Silk, Satin, Bunting. Linen
and Cotton from the looms of England,
France. Germany, China and America.
Prices to suit everybody in want of a
Parasols, Fails, Laces, Embroideries,
UIovcs, Handkerchiefs,Corsets, Ribbons,
Trimmings without end, and prices all
The latest Novelties of the season in
Ladies' Neck Wear, RuschlngS, Collar
l-ttes, Neck TJej?, Jabots, Bows, Lace
Scarfs of which all I^ask is for everybody
to tako a look at and call soon to make
Also very nice selections of figured
Muslins, LawnB, Piques, Calcos, Percnls,
An immense line of
W f11T15 GOODS
of every imaginable dcser'nstloo.
GENTS' aho YOUTHS'
Clothing of the latest styles.
Big stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses'
Boys and Children's Straw Hats.
Shirts, Neck Ties, Scarfs. Bows, Colbu
Underwear, Suspenders in the usud
for Spring and Summer.
The Premium Light Running
DOMESTIC SEW'ING MACHINE,
Machine Needles, Oil, Attachments al
ways on hand.
Goods shown with pleasure, give us a
call and I am sure you will all be made
Orangeburg, S- C. Oct. 10,1879.
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 Ihe store of Johu A. Hamilton.
Jacob Reed's Sons,
The oldest and most rcPablc Clothing
House in the United States. Military
Goods a specialty. Afresh line Spring
Samples just received and orders taken
James A, Hamilton,
At John A. Hamilton's store.
Fcb 13, lfiSO.
JA3IES V-A.3N" TASSEL
\s agent for the sale of tho celebrated
BALD MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY,
the purcsf brand in the known world
CALL! CALL!! CALL!!!,
and sample for once in your lives a pure
It has no equal. Also on hand the cheap-,
est brands of
SMOKING and CHEWING TO?ACCO
in the market.
A full line of Staple and Fancy
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
Give me a call and be convinced that
this advertisement Is no humbug.
JAMES VAN TASSEL,
At Mullcr's Old Stand.
GEO. H. 00RNELS0N,
ORANGEBURG, S. O.
The undersigned would-roapectfUllytlnV
form lliefMiblle thnt he4? ?vory ?lay re
ceiving large additions, to ids already
lnrge stock in all the "different brnnchea
and that the same will be disposed pf at
his old motto, "Lug-e sales and ?mal
I am also receiving now and have In
store the following popular brands of
Eliwan Dissolved Bone.
Kninit or Potash Salt.
Which will be sold at lowest prices.
I have also been appointed ngeut for
B. F, Ayezy & Sons,
(The largest Plow and Wagon Manufac
tory in the world.)
and have received a lotoftirelr One, Two
and Three Horso Wagons, also Plowa
this week. Give me a call and see for
GEORGE K. CORNELSQN.
Sept. U9,1879. ? ?
ANDREW 0- DIBBLE,
Attorney end Counsellor at Law,
Corner St. Paul and Church Sta.
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
Attorney turf Counsellor at Law
(Cor. Church & St. Paul's Stroet.)
ORANGEBURG. S. C.
1 will pay the best price* for Wool In
any quantity. Also for Dry Flint and
Salted Hides, if not damaged.
John A. Hamilton.
Oot 11, 1879.
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I
Kr.vr.r. Gj-.Ta Hasd.
Can bb Madb ant Stekkoth Djwibed. Lac?
Twicb as Long,
Blames Cured wlthsst Eregjlag tits SjitMi
Chilli and Fever,
Sick k Nervous
These Pads Cure alt Ptseftseo by Absorption. No
Noxious 1'iUs. Oib.or Poisonous .Yh-Uiclnes ore taken
Into Uie Stomach. Tho Puds are vorn over Uio Pit
of Uie Stomach, cover! n* Uie Great Nervo Centres,
also tho Liver and Stomach. A genUa Vegetable
Tonic is absorbed Into Uie circulation of the Blood and
I ivcr. purifying the Dlood.iUmulatlng the Llrerand
Kidneys to healthy action, and strengthening the
Stomncli to digest food. Pales or Paps 01 and OS
each. Sold bt all Pbugguts, or sent by MaU
I Manufactured at S9 k 41 XoUTU Libbbtt St,
For Sale, by
S. A. REEVE.S,
Steamer! Steamer t
LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS
of every variety, warranted
FRESH AND GENUINE,
and No Water
NEEDED TO BRING THEM UP.
Try a few
BEANS, CORN. CUCUMBE.RS,.
and lail this tloje*
THY A- Gt A. 11VS
Watcher and Clocks
IN, PLAIN IUNGS.
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
Russell Street, Orapgoburg, S. C.
Jan. 10, 1880?ly