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A. l??i>ox* ibr tlio People,
Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A.
<M.. and from balf-past 10 A. M. to 1 P.
Columbia mall closes at 10 A, M. and
the Charleston mail at halft past 5 P.M.
On Tuesdays and Fridays a mall lor
Folderville, Vnhces Ferry and Holly Hill
closes at half-past 7 A. M.
On .Fridays a mall for Knott's MUhq
Witt'? ?Mills and ltishcs' Store closes a,'
hall-past 2 V. M.
Or?noeuukg, s. C May 21. 1ss0.
Notice.' Wo havo made arrange
ments with the proprietors of the
lYctvs and Courier to club their mam
moth-Weekly with the Democuat at
?3 per annum, for both papers, cash
Correspondent Wanted.?The Co
'.lumbia Register wishes to obtain a
regular correspondent at this place.
Anyone desiring to net will please
communicate with that paper.
Cure Youuself. Take Mall's
Hepatic Panacea for Dyspepsia, indi
gestion, Sick and Nervous Headache,
sand ali diseases arising from a torpid
Liver. ? It is purely vegetable, and
.satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. Price 50 ots, per bottle.
Foraalc by 8. A. Reeves.
A New Game.?The game of from i
25 to 40 will puzzle the census-taker
more than the little game of 13-14-15.
He will be awfully pnzz'ded when a
maiden lady with cork-screw curls
and false teeth tells hiit that she was
4'born in 18G0, and ltc tan count it
up himself." He'll be ready to swear
that she has jumped the "15" from
the lower left hand corner.
A Tough One.-*--An exchange says
an aligator twelve feet long was shot
au<^ killed near Jacksonville. Fla.,
and in its stomach "a well-preserved
brickbat" was found. Since the lad
has been established that. Whit laker
cut bis own cars, wc are prepared to
believe almost anything, but thu? ali
gator story is too tongb, and wc will
accept it only under protest.
Lorenz's Blush Face Powder.?
A harmless promoter of beauty, im
parting to harsh, pallid, ami 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 b}' the closest observer.
Price 25et per box. For sale t?3- Dr.
J. G. Wann.imnker. *
Right ok Wrong.?Polly: Well
Pat, what is it now? Would you lath
er look a bigger fool than ye are, or
be a bigger fool than yo look? Pat:
Sure now, my daiiint, and I'll bo
both till J lind which side of the ar
gitucnt ynH-on ycrseif, w hin, by jabers,
I'll join ye, right or wrong. The
above pretty tully defines tin* position
of the average politician. They'll be
anything for olllce, right or wrong.
SoMKTliixr. N i:\y.-r- The ladies of;
the Lutheran Church propose having'
a moonlight picnic next Tuesday eve
ning at the fair grounds for the bene
fit of that church. This is something
new in Orangehurg, and ltd doubt will
be enjoyed by our young people. Ad
mission ten cents, children five cents.
Ice cream and oilier refreshments
will be sold by the ladies during the
evening. We trust the entertaiumem
will be a grand success.
Nominations.? 1 he lollowing gen
tlemen have been nominated through
our advertising column-, lor positions
on the Democratic ticket of this
county : Messrr. Robert. Copes and
Ilarpin Ri?gs, for Clerk of Court,
Mr. C. B. Glover, Judge of Probate,
and Hon. J. W. Moseloy, foi Sheriff.
These gentlemen are eminently quali
fied and Sited for the duties ol the
offices to which they have been nomi
nated and the county wih stiller noth
ing at their hands it elect*.d.
Fair.?It is determined by the St.
Paul's Methodist .Sunday School to
hold a Fair early i' June, the pro
ceeds of which will be appropriated
to the purchase of an ogan for the
school and for other necessary pur
poses. The committee of ladies and
gentlemen of arrangements will mem
in the church this afternoon at ?
o'clock. Any friend c f the Sunday
School cause who desire to give us
a helping hand will please apply to
Rev. O. A. Darby, pastor, or 11. G.
Maimed Soldiers.?Any citizen of
the State who lost an arm or leg
while in the service of the Sta'e dur
ing the Confederate war. and who
has not previously received an artifi
cial lim'b from other States, or the
United States, is entitled to the bene
fit of the act passed by the late regu
lar session of the Legislature, and
should send his name to \V. E. ?Stono\,
Secretary of the Board to contraci
for and furnish artificial limbs, Co
lumbia. S. C, on or before the llrsi
of July, and suitable blanks will he
Hill's Hepatic Panacea. The Liv
er is the king imperial organ of tue
whole human system, as it controls
the life, health and happiness of man.
When it is disturbed i;i ii6 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
connected with the workings of i he
liver. To keep tho liver in a healthy
condition take Hill's llapatio Pan
acea. Only 50 cents per bottle.
For sale by S.A. Reeves.
Brevities.?Knights of Honor will j
nicot Monday night.
Tho manufacture of oleomargarine
has made soap grease a scarce article.
Mrs. James-Stokes :will pleaso no
cept our thanks lor a lot ol line vege
A dangerous $100 counterfeit.note
is in circulation. We are on the look
out lor it.
Wo have not heard of a candidate
for County Commissioner. Why is
this thusly ?
Unhappy is the man for whom his
own mother had .ot made all other
Orangeburg Division,'S. of T., is
increasing in numbers, and the mem
bers are encouraged.
Dull times makes light work for
our uioichants and politics nie I cing
ful'y discussed in the stores.
An Indiana girl who was sud lenly
kissed at a party has suddenly be
come insane. What a foolish girl !
At the request of clerks the mer
chants of Union have decided to close
their stoics at G o'clock in .the even
ing, except Saturdays.
We are glad to report that Rev. R.
J. Edwards has recovered from his
illness sulliciently to be out, and Mrs.
Edwarde is improving slowly.
The vanity of loving line clothes
and new Insliious, and valuing our
selves by them is one of the most
childish pieces of folly that can be.
Never ask the edito:s*br printers
who wrote the Communications ap
pealing in the paper. The chances
are that it is none of your business.
The dwelling of Mr. J. N. Hook,,
of this county, was destroyed by lire
on Wednesday night, last. The cause
of the Joe is supposed to be acciden
Madame Demorcst's Fashions fur
the snmmcr just out, call or send (or
Catalogues to Theiodore Kohn. Be
stire and don't lurget as they are
When Brutus and Cassius were
boys the girls used to say that Brute
was such a nice fellow, bui they pre
ferred Dash. The girls haven't
changed one bit.
We regret to learn of the extrcn e
illness of Mrs. T. C. llubhcll, and
hope the means employed for her res
toration to health may lie blessed with
the best results.
When tue affectionate father of five
grown daughleiS calls tit the hard
ware stout for tin extra stout pair of
gale hinges, it means the summer
campaign baa opened.
The .Sunday School of St. Paul's
Methodist Church contemplate hold
ing a fair soon for the purpose ol I
raising funds to purchase an organ j
for the school.
Joe McBcth desires it to be known
fu'r and wide that be considers him
self the champion bootblack of the
county, and when it comes to hiding
"redeye" be 'aint far belrnd the cham
We have received an invitation to
go on an excursion down the Hudson
from L\>Ui>h'-ecpsie to New York.
Thai does pretty well, bui how in the
blazes ate we to get to Poughkcepsic?
is the question.
Twinkle, twinkle little star, and
light ihe way of yonder pedestrian to
the drug store of Dr. .J. Q. Wanna
maker to buy a bottle of Coussens
Lightning Liniment to cure his rheu
matism, lame back. Price 50 cents. I
Quito a number of pretty jonng
ladies from Chui los ton and other
places are visiting Orangeburg at the
present tune. We hope theii slay in
our midst will be as pleasant to them
as theii visit is gittlifying lb their]
It. is a notable fact, that anything
from abroad is of gieater value than I
thai w hich we have at home. Some I
people would go to Charleston to buy
a paper of pins, if it did not ncccssi
late an outjay beyond their visible
You may not believe it, but try ii
and yon will be eon vi tied that Porta
line, or Tablet's Vegetable Liver
Powder is the best medicine in the.
world to regulate the stomach and
liver. Price 50 cents. For sale by
Dr. J. G. Wan atnnket. 1
Mr. Jos. Eros requests us to state
that parties wishing ice on Sunday
can procure it two hoti-s before and
two hours alter church. Also, parties
wishing ice cream on Sunday must
leave their orders with him by ten
o'clock Saturday evening.
There is no excuse lor those who
drag iheirwcary an.I disordered bodies
tnlo our company, when a lew doses
of Aver's Saisapai ilia would cleans
their murky blood and restore their
health and vigor. Ye muddy victims
ol bilious disease, have some regard
for your neighbors, if not for your
Rev. T. B. Boyd.?On last Sunday
evening the Methodist pulpit of our
town was occupied by Rev. T. B.
Boyd, formcly a cilizeu and merchant
ol the town. Mr. Boyd has recently
entered the ministry and already
gives promise ol great usefulness to
the chinch of bis choice. Iiis Ser
mon on Sunday night was full of fer
vent zeal, well delivered and indicat
ed a degree of ability which few
voung (ncaches are able to bring to
the service of the church. Iis effect
upon the large congregation in at-'
attendance was very maikcd and I
especialy So upon thv.se who were his
associates in former days. Well
educated, possessed of more than or
dinary tnleni ami of u winning ad
diess, Mr. Boyd bids fair 10 be an
ornament to the church and a faithful
laborer in the vingard of khis Master.
We bid him Cod speed.
Shooting Match.?Tho Columbia
Yeoman says the Columbia Gun Club
propose to have a glass ball shooting
match during tho week of the Demo
cratic Convention, and to this end
have extended.invitations to like or
ganizations of Charleston, Augusta,
Nu wherry., Winnsboro, Greenville
and Charlotte, requesting them to
enter beams for lue contest. Why
was Orangeburg slighted? Perhaps
our Columbia friends have heard ol
the skill of our boys and arc afraid of
EsOAPKD.?On Tuesday morning
last Mr. Peel-, the jailor, brought two
prisoners down to get water. One of
them, Cherry Butler, was allowed to
?o to the well ami the other kept in the
house While gelling the water
Butler dodged around the well and
run. Mr. Peel IIred at him twice, ev
idently with effect as the prisoner
fi-ll and seemed unable lo go furlhci.
Tho prisonor, kept in the bouse, was
returned to his room and afterward
search was made for Cherry Butler
but to no purpose. Ho made good
his escape and is now at huge.
CiUTicistKa Newspapeus.?It is a
very, easy .mutter to criticise a news
paper, but to publish one, so as to in
terest, amuse and instruct the public,
is no small undertaking. Those who
arc so prone to find fault with every
little item which docs not puit their
critical and exalted ideas, should buy
type, ink and paper and publish an
organ of their own. Lei them try it
for three months only, and if it don't
give them some new ideas of the
newspaper business, then we are no
judge of human nature. The conceit
would be taken out of such individu
als so ?quickly that they would hardly
know what was the matter with them
or whether they stood on their bands
or their Ject.
Tub Methodist Distinct Coxfeb
enoe.?The Orangohnrg District Con
ferenuj of the M. E* Church, South,
convened at St. Matthews on Wed
nesday evening, the 12ib instant.
The opening sermon was preached in
the Methodist Church by Rev. John
A. Moo t, and on Thursday morning,
at ten o'clock, the Presiding Elder,
Kev. Manning Brown, Cfcllcd tile
Conference to order. The organiza
tion was completed by .he election of
Mr. John fo. W annatnakcr as Secreta
ry, and the Conference entered at
once upon the business before it. .
Reports from tho various points in
the District represented the several
interests of the church in a flourish
ing condition. Bishop W. M. Wight
man arrived on Friday, and entered
at mice upou his duties as presiding
oflicer of the Conference. Iiis gentle
manners won the alfcctions and his
timely advice guided the members
sal |y and wisely through the remain
ing business of the Conference.
The following gentlemen were elec
ted delegates to the Annual Confer
ence l<> meet in Marion rext winter:
Rev. B. A. MeKibben, Dr. J. W.
Sumuers, Mr. Jas. Stokes and Rev.
John Inabinet ; alternates. Messrs. J.
E. Wannumukcr and P. V. Dibble.
The matter of building a district
parsonage on the church lot in Or
ungeburg was thoroughly discussed
by the mcmbcts, and it was decided
to build the parsonage as soon as
twelve hundred dollars were collected
and in baud ; and in ibis connection
it was very distinctly stated that the
building should not be commenced
until that amount wjls actually in
The discussion upon the different
plans for raising funds for the vari
ous purposes of the church resulted
in favor of assessments by the stew
ards as the most successful and satis
factory in iis results. Blackville was
selected as the place where tho next
Conference shall be held. Aller the
usual resolutions of thanks to the
citizens H St. Matthews, the railroad
an i the Baptist congregation Abe Con
lerence adjourned with Ike benedic
< >n Saturday evening Rev. W. \V.
Duncan, ol Wofford College, made a
in iSt excellent speech on religions
education, in which lie took sufficient
latitude to administer u timely rebuke
to politicians and to make some se
vere but deserved criticisms upon the
limes, political, criminal and social.
Prof. Duncan was unusually forcible
as well as felicitous in his remarks on
l"ul phase of character based upon a
religions education which he believed
to be the only hope of the country.
Kev. Wm. Martin preached on Sal
unlay night, when he took occasion
to present the Washington Street
Chuech, Columbia, to the congrega
Bishop Wighlinan preached one of
his characteristic sermons on Sunday
morning at11 o'clock before the lar
gest congregation, perhaps, ever as
sembled in St. Matthews. Feeble as
the good Bishop appeared to be, he
bebl the close attention of that large
audience for more than an hour.
Dr. T. Ruysor preached a most cx
eel lent sermon in the Baptist Church
at the same hour to a full bouse. In
deed, we heard some of ids hearers as
sert that the Doctor 'neat the Bishop.
A mass meeting of the children
was held in the afternoon at half-past
three o'clock when Pud. Duncan, Mr.
L. B. Hayncs and Rev. O. A. Darby
At eight o'clock in the evening
Prof. Duncan preached a missionary
sermon before the Ladies' Missionary
Society. This ended a scries of
meetings, the influence of which we
hope may bo felt and seen lor years
among the good people of St. Mat
Rev. Sidi IL Browne visited the
Conference on Saturday, lie looku
well and seems strong enough to cur
ry bis little Neighbor triumphantly
through many years, and by dint of
many a hard battle to conquer peace
p ? i ii iiimiiimiTinm?-rii? i 1 i I ?11 1 *?
Floral Fair.?The most criminal
indifTcornco wo have over witnessed
in regard to any enterprise was that
which manifested Itself in the want of
patronage to the recent Floral Fair
intended to he held by the Orange
burg Agricultural and Mechanical
Association at their building on Fri
day last. Wo are sure it was no lack
of interest on the part of our people
in the success of the fair, since the)
have ever been active in the promo
tion of all undertakings that have foi
their object the prosperity of the com
munity ; nor was it due to the scarci
ty of llowers or garden products, for
this is the season when these abound
in their greatest profusion ; the only
sal is lac lory theory to be found is that I
spirit of indifference which waits,for
another to do what is every one's
duly, ll is criminal in as much as it
leaves a duty unperformed and an
important interest uncared for.
The directors bail gone to some ex
pense repairing the building for the
occasion and making the necessary
arrangements foi the success of the
exhibition, with the reasonable hope
of realizing enough at least to defray
these expenses. The failure to do so
was a severe" 'disappointment and
threw such a damper over the spi its
of the directors us will, in all proba
bility, prove the death of Floral Fairs
lor years to come. Jn this much the
community ol Orangehurg is the loser.
Not knowing ihe extent of the disap
pointment we proceeded to tho Fair
Building Friday morning about 11
o'clock and Ibucd only a handful ol
ladies and gentlemen discussing the
propriety of abandoning the enter
prise and returning the articles on ex
hibition to their owners. The pros
pect was indeed gloomy and perhaps
the heller wisdom prevailed when it
was decided o close. In examining
lite articles we were peculiarly struck
with their merit without a single cx
tiou. The largest collection of How
era was furnished by Mrs. W, N. Kcci
ville, embracing choice varieties ol
Geraniums, and beautiful specimens
of the Cigar plant, Begonia, Lantnna,
Fuchia and other Oooicu varieties ol
our hot-house plants!. Mrs. .J. L.
llcidtmnn was equally fortunate in
her selection of Geraniums, Cactus,
Fuehias and a rare specimen of the
Wax plant. A Calla Lily, Cactus and
verities of the Geranium furnished
by Mrs. Kirk Robinson would have
won the general praise of visitors ;
so likewise the specimen of Arabian
Jassamine and Wax plant of Miss
Of the vegetables Mrs. K. R. Barton
had the most extensive assortment in
cluding Beels, Cabbage, Onions, Cu
cumbers, etc., all of the present sea- ?
son's growth. Mrs. Euianucl Rickcn
j baker contributed largely in Cabbage.
Turnips, Peas, Beans, etc. Her col
j lection embraced about twenty live
I varieties?all choice and well ma
I lured. Mrs. James .Stokes had on
exhibition the finest Turnips we have
! ye! seen besides a splendid contribu
: tioii of Beels, Onions, etc.
A basket of beautiful cut llowers
waa furnished liy?fllrs. l>r. Sail y;
j also a vase of wild llowers by Mr. W.
T. M?ller." The largest, and IInest
specimen of Hollyhock we have seen
I was the contribution of Mis? Beltie
I Harlcy. It has seldom been our good
I lortuue to sec so line an exhibition of
artistic taste and skill as we witness
ed n a curiously wrought Lyre and
Harp by Miss Annie Culler. These
were made by extensive cuttings of
I wild and gatdco llowers, beautifully
! Dr. W. F. Barton and Messrs. J.
: L. Moorer, John Howe and 0. W.
, Culler furnished most cxccllcn'. sam
ples of their Wheat and Oat crops
I w hich were perfectly free from rust,
j well matured and indicated a heavy
\ iehl of these grains.
Insurance.?The .Mutual Endow
ment Assessment Association of lsal
i I:more, Md., represented in our com
munily by Mr. J. 8. Albergotli, is
?nie of the best societies in existence,
j managed by the best financial bnsi
! ness men of Baltimore. Careful in
its risks, not allowing policies in
Charleston, New Orleans, Mobile.
Memphis, or anv epidemic region.
Though started two years ago, by
Ibis great care and strict medical ex
amination its members have not been
? assesseed to pay one death. Like
j the Knights of Honor, there is no nd
I vancc in its rales. For instance, if
i you start between the ages of 21 and
: 45 years, you are assessed one dol
lar, and il remains tlio same If you
live to be a hundred years old. Wo
like the plan and have in vested. Call
on Mr. Albergotli, at. the popul?r
house of C. 1). Kortjohn, and get all
the information you want.
.T.V^llCiS VAN TASWICL
is agent for the Sale of the celebrated
BALI) MOUNTAIN OOKN WHISKEY,
the purest brand in the known world
CALL! CALL!! CALL!!!
and sample for once In your lives a pure
It has no equal. Also on hand the cheap
est brands of
SMOKING and CHEWING TOBACCO
in the market.
A full Hue of Staple and Fancy
Cheaper than the Cheapest,
Give me a call and bpoonvincod that
this advertisement is no humbug.
.1AMKS VAN TASSEL,
Al Midler's Old Stand.
L. S. WOLFE, JD. D. S.,
Graduate of BaltimoreDental -Cot; 1 ege
Olllec ovon D. Louis'.Store,
OD'erH Iii? professional services to the citi
zens of Orangeburg und adjoining coun
Teeth extracted without pain by the
use ot Nitrous Oxide Gus, the safest an
test he ie ?known to science. Satisfaction
dan. :i0, ISSO?ly
GLORIOUS NEWS ! !
Calicoes at Six and a Quarter Cents.
Calicoes at Six and a Quarter Cents.
Calicoes at Six and a Quarter Cents.
Calicoes at Six and a Quarter Cents.
Calicoes at Six and a Quarter Cents.
New and Fashionable Goods received
Ladies' Linen Spits,
'White Lawn Basques,
Neatly trimmed from 81.25 up.
G R EAT ASSORTM EXT
Embroideries, Laces, Ribbons, Gloves,
Parasols. Buchings, Neck Ties in all the
late styles and very low in prices.
We invite .particular at tention to our
immense stock ?f
Latest Novelties being constantly added.
Selling out and Cheap.
Remember we have the finest, best ami
HATS, Sil HITS, SHOES, and
And don't forget to cul at
D K Y GOODS'
E M P O R I U M.
Orangeburg, S. C, Oct. 10,1S79.
How Watches are Made,
IT will Ke apparent to any one wdio will
examine a Soi.ii? Goi.D Watch, that
aside from the necessary thickness for
engraving and polishing, a large propor
tion of the precious metal used, is need
ed only to stiffen and hold the engraved
perilous in place, and supply the neces
sary solidity and strength. The surplus
gold is actually needless so far as utii.i
tv and beauty are concerned. In JAM ICS
liOjjS1 PATEN I'COLD WATCH CASIOS
this waste ol precious metal is overcome,
and the SAMK solidity AN? stuknoth
produced at from one-third to one-halt'
ol the usual cost of Solid cases. The pro
cess is of the niojt simple nature, as fol
lows: a plate of uicklc composition met
al, specially adapted to the purpose, has
two plates of sot.in (iOI.II soldered one
Oil each side. The three are then passed
between polished steel rollers, and the
result is a .-iri^i ol*heavy plated composi
tion, from winch the cases, backs, cen
tres, bezels. &c are cut and shaped by
suitable dies and formers. The gold In
Hie-e eases is suMcicully thick to admit
ol all kinds ofchnaiug, engraving and
enamelling; the engraved ca*es have
been curried until worn perfectly
smooth by time and usp without remov
ing the gold.
THIS IS THE ONLY CASE MADE
WITH TWO PLATES OF SOLID GOLD
AND WARRANTED BY SPECIAL
For sale l>y all Jewelers, Ask for Il
lustrated Catalogue, and to see warrant.
March 12. ISSO?ly
Office ok County Tueasureu, }
OitAXtiEUUKa County. ?
OllAXGEUUUn, S. C, March 81, ISSO. >
NO IKK is hereby given that 1 by my
self or Deputy, will he lit the follow
iug named places on the days specified
for the purpose of collecting Taxes for
the llscal year commencing November
1st, 187J). Ofllce hours from 0 A. M. to
2 P.M. My oiilce will be open at the
Comity Scat during the entire mouth of
.May thereby giving the Taxpayers a
double opportunity to pay w ithout penal
tic.?no extension of time will be asked
ftranchvillc. Saturday, May 1st. ISSO.
Lewisville, Monday, ?? 3rd, "
Fort Motte, Tuesday, 4th, "
Connor's Store, Wednesday, May nth.
Avers' Shop. Thursday, May Oth, ISSO.
Howesville, Friday * " 7tb "
Cedar Grove. Saturday " Stb, ??
.1. 11. Felder, Monday" ?? ]0tll, "
S. P. Wells. Tuesday, ? 11th, "
Avinger's, Wednesday, " 12th, *?
W. J. Solders, Thursday11 13th, "
Dr. 'Tom K. Keller, Friday, May 14th.
Pine Grove Academy, Saturday. May
Wui F. Phillips', Monday, May 17tb.
R. S Gleafcous', Tuesday. May 1 Stb.
Coonsboro, Wednesday, May 10th.
\\ likes Sawyer's^ritiirsday, May 20th.
Col. Daniel Livingston's, Friday, May
Gregory's Old Store, Saturday, May
Easterlln's Mill's. Monday. May 24th.
Joseph D. Smoke's Miils, Tuesday,
May 251 h, ISSO
Zoigier's More, Wednesday, May 20th,
Ivuotts Mill. Thursday, May '27lb, 1SS0.
April 2d, 1880. 'Treasurer O. C.
DOWN Tl?iY TUMBLE!
DRY GOODS HAVE DECLINED AT
XX E H R Y IX ? XX N? S.
The protracted inactivity of trade hn? induced manufacturers of Dry Goods to
work a?'their immense locks on hand by a general reduction of prices.
H. JE IsT I t Y K O JESC 1ST
Taking advantngo of tlio opportunity now oilers
?OO PIECKS CALICO
.000 PIECES CALICO
AT SEVEN CENTS..
These Prints are all new and choice, Standard makes and fast colors.
AH other goods have been marked down in proportion.
'SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
AU kind* of ?Black auk Fancy Dress Goods from 0 It cents per yard to the llnest
goods imported, selling rapidly at our low popular prices.
WHITE DRESS GOODS
Includ'.ng Figured and Dotted Swiss Lace striped and ohceJied Cambrics, Nain
sooks, Piques, Marseilles, etc.
HOSIERY and GLOVES.
The best English. German and French niaken in Gloves and Stockings hi plain
and fancy colors. Lisle Thread, Balbriggan and Silk for Misses, Ladies nnd/Gen
BOY'S and MEN'S
CLOTHING CLOTHING CLOTHING CLOTHING.
In this line J am tho acknowledged leader as regards styles and low prices.
Goods are better made, better ttbomed, and cut ill better style than can beibtiuU.ln
any uiher Clothing Houses.
Our reputation in keeping in the beet assortment and the very best qualities for
the least money is sllll maintained. Ask fur the celebrated hand made stock, every
The King of all Sewing Machines
Tlio "White" Shuttle Sewiag irVJiteHiK&e,
Late improvements a^ata pccf<jeled-*~TermH and prices to suit.
For Spring and Summer wear?if you cannot come for a Fashion paper, send for
free of charge.
We particular invite our Friends and Patrons to call early to secure tho Bargains
before they arc all gone. Respectfully
HENR Y K O II N.
LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS
of every variety, warranted
FRESH AND GENUINE,
and No W.ater
NEEDED TO BRING THEM UP.
Try a few
BEANS, CORN. CUCUMBERS,
and tail this time,
X RY AG AI INT.
Watches and Clocks
IN PLAIN RINGS.
*W. JB\ Iiol>iiifrson,
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
? Russell Street, Orangehurg, S. C.
j Jan. 1G. !*30?iy
<JE0. H CORNELSON,
ORANGE BURG, S. C,
The undersigned would respectfully tn
j form the public that he is every day re.
; celving large additions to his already
llar<xe stock in all the different branches
: and that the same will be disposed of at
j his old motto, ?'Large sales and BU)al
j I am also receiving now and hnve in
j store the following popular brunds ol
1 Manures :
Etiwan Dissolved I'one.
Kaiilit or Potash Salt.
Which will be sold at lowest prices,
I have also been .appointed agent for
b, F, Avery & Sons,
(The largest Plow and Wagon Manufac
tory in the work?.)
and have received a lot of their One. Two
and Three Horse Wagons, also Plows
this week. Give me a call and sec for \
GEORGE II. CORNELSON.
Sept. 11?, 1870.
_andrew 0. dibble,
Attorney end Counsellor at Law,
Corner St. Paul and Church Sts.
ORANGEHURG, S. C.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
(Cor. Church & St. Paul's Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
BEES W A X.
1 will pay the 1iC9t pi ice-: for Wool in
any quantity. Also fur Dry- Flint and
Salted }).\<}<i?, if not damaged.
John A. Hamilton.
Oet 11, 1S79.
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD!
Nbvee Gets Hard.
Ca? be Made ant Stbknutu Desired. Lasy
Twice as J.ong.
Diieiiea Corel without Drugging tha Sratao,
Chills and Fever,
Sick & Xenons
Thcee Pads Cum ?11 Diseases by Absorption. No
Noxious Pills. Oils,or Potsonoiu Medicine* arctakest
Into the Sjomacto. Tim Pads ?r? worn over Ojo Pit
of tlir Stomach, covering the Orcat Nervo Centre*,
also the Liver anil Stomach- A pent!* Vegetable
Toni? is alworbed intothccin-ulationof tho Illoodand
i iver. purifying thcUlopd.stimulatingtheLlrerand
Kidneys to healthy action, and strengthening the
Stomach to digest food. Price op Pads *l an? *?>
each. Sols dt all Dbcoouts, or sent by Mail
Manufactured at S9 It 41 North Libkrty St,
For Sale by
S. A. I JEEVES.
Jan. 30, ISSO?ly
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
J^o, s IMPROVED.
Easiest to barn, easiest to manage,
Tbc 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 Htoro of JobVi A, fta pilton.
Jacot? Reed's Sons,
The oldest and mont reliable Clothing
Bouse in the United Slates. Mbiiaiy
Goods a specialty. A fresh line Spring
Samples just received and orders taken
James A, Hamilton*,
At John A. Hamilton's storr\
Feb in. ISSO.