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J\. Paper lor tli? People,
Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A.
al.tand from half-past 10 A. M. to <i P.
Columbia mail closes at 10 A. M. ami
the Charleston mail at hall-cast C P. M.
On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail lor
Feldervillc, Vaitces Ferry and Holly Hill
closes at half-past -7 A. "SI.
On Fridays a mail for Knoll's Mills)
"Witt's Mills* and Itlshcs' Store closes a,
halt-past 2 P. M.
OitANu'imuim, S. C iMay 28. 1880.
Notice,? Wo have made arrange
ments with the proprietors of ihe
Netos and Courier lo club their mam
moth Weekly with the Dkmocuat at
$3 per annum, for both papers, cash
Notick.?The building of a new
church on Falisto Circuit will be let
out to f'ne lowest bidder on Saturday,
?iJtlu^ 19th, at Hebron Church at 12
The. lonely vigils ol the night are
lerrib/le, especially by the bedside ol
the jftek, and it is just the thing lo
haVc a bollle of Cousscu's Money of
X?r to cure their coughs, cold, croup,
etc. Price 50c. For sale by Dr. J.
G. Wannamakor. 2
CoNsioNEKs.?The following is n
.list ol the Consignees of the South
Carolina Railroad lor the week end
ing May 2Gth, 1SS0 : J. M. Hughes
& 13ro., J. II. Livingston, G. M. IS'iir
ris, W. II. Dantzler, H. L.Taylor,
T. IS. Jordan, and J. A. Benson.
Col. Hob Ingersoll says that "Men
dead for other candidates will have
wings" for Blniue. Whereupon the
wicked Springfield Republican re
marks that "the only wings Hlaine
will put on people will take them to
the Democratic candidate or to the
Missiokauy Meeting.?The anni
versary of the Ladies' Missiennry So
ciety, colored, held last Tncsd y eve
ning in Boliver's Hail was a gratify
ing success. A large audience was
in attendance and quite a handsome
Bum leali/.ed as the net proceeds of
Some admiring poet said of bis best
girl, "Upon her face a thousand dim
ples f mile for me." Which only adds
more emphasis to the adage. "Love is
blind." How like the mischief a girl
would look with a thousand dimities
on her face. The poet must have!
Cuke Youuself. Take Hall's
Hepatic Panacea .forDyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Sick and Nervous Headache
and ali diseases arising from a torpid
Liver. It is purclv vegetable, and
satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. Price 50 Cts, per bottle.
For sale by S. A. Reeves.
Tin; Greenville News.?This pa
per hu3 passed into the hands of
Messrs. Lucas, Richardson ci Co..
who will continue its publication with
Mr. A. B. Williams, late of the News
and Courier, as editor. Mr. Wil tains
is a gentleman of ability and experi
ence, and the News under Isis guid
ance has a (laltcring future before it.
Louknz's Blush Face Powder.?
A harmless ? promoter of beamy, im
pelling lo harsh, pallid, and 4>ro"nzcd
complexions the fresh bloom of health
and vigor. Being an ur icle ol such
delicate fineness its skillfull applica
tion produces a rich exquisite blush
so true lo nature that its use ecapes
detection by the closest observer.
Price 25ct per box. For sab; by Dr.
J. G. Wnnnamuker.
Aftkk a few weeks of excellent
"working weather, which enabled the
farmers to gel the young crops in
good condition, the gentle showers
came to brighten both the crops and
the hearts of the farmers. We learn
that the crops are generally clean ami
growing finely. Cotton in some
places has been brought to a stand
and corn is growing veiy satisfactori
ly. ?The oat crop is line?equal lo
that of any previous year.
Early Peaches?Cur thanks arc
due our young friend. Masler Johnnie
C. Pike, for one of the best speci
mens of the May peach we have ever
seen. Perfectly sound, without a
blemish, ripe, iuscious and templing,
we could scarcely keep .be fruit long
enough to write our thanks or express
our appreciation of the kind remem
brance. This is doubtless a fair sain
pic of the abundant crop raised*in
part by Johnnie's industry ami care.
Nipped in the Bud?A duel be
tween Col Cash, of Chester'Jcld, and
Copt. Depass, ol'Camden, was inter
fered with anil purhaps Slopped by the
Officers of the law ou Tuesday last.
This is another proof of the unpopu
larity of dueling, ll has always been
a wonder why gentlemen ol acknowl
edged courage would n sort to a means
of such doubtful bravery. At all
events the efficacy of the law to stop
the matter argues in favor of prescoi
A Sao Accident.?On Tuesday
last v iss Lilhe Glass, a young lad\
oljCokesbcrry, was so severely burned
by the exploding of a lamp, which
was silting on tin; cooking stove, as
to cnuse deatli in a few boms. Sail
as ibis accident is, it is a timely war
ning to many persons who are in ihe
habit of placing kerosene lamp on a
hot cooking stove. The habit is a
most dangerous one and the eun
lessness Unit sdlows it is criminal in
Local Brevities.?Warm, warmer,
You can buy a 'fine Wbito Shirt at
Henry Kobn's for ouo dollar.
The chime of the marriage bell was
heard in our village last night.
We have heard of no new eandi
dates or engagements since last week.
You can buy a good 'Blue Flannel
Suit at Henry Kobn's for ?cig'ht dol
Theodore Kohn is offering unparal
leled inducements in dress goods this
New supply of Nobby and Fashion
able Straw goods arrived at Henry
Dr. W." F. Barton's cottage on
Church staeet is rapidly approaching
Manhattan Unhvundried Shirts the
best made, six for six dollars at.Hen
Bio. Landy Wood, of the Conway
boro Telephone, is still advertising i
his paper lor sale.
Try Mall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair
Rencwer if you would have a luxari
aiit growth of hair.
Read the proceedings of the Agri
cultural Society, published on the
first page this week.
air. Jas. A. Dunlzlcr, of Middle
St. Matthews, will accept our thanks
for a line lot of vegetables.
Lots of men will waste a dollar's
worth of lime beating a salesman
down live cents on his price.
Now is the time of the year when
the average small I oy passeth the
most of his lime in the r\Vqr.
Ii is pretty tough to gel cut out,.but
as the-old woman remarked lo the ell
she was skinning, u fellow must grin
and bear it.
Ground is at last broken Iry ihe
con it actor, Mr. J. C. Hell, lor the
foundation of Mr. J. F. Way's new
The Gtecnvillc Weekly Chronicle
has suspended. Some more ol us
will have lo follow suit if paper don't
come down a peg or two.
Josh Billings says ."if yu kant trust
a man entirely, let him skip; this trie
i" g to gel an average on honesty al
ways has been a failure."
Pride of mind i3 Ihe attribute of
honest people; pride of manners is
that of tools ; pride of birth md tunk
is often the piide of dopes.
We regret lo report the continued
illness ol Mr. D. W. Snell. His dis
ease seems slow to yield to the reme
dies employed for his recovery.
We i egret to learn of ihe extreme
illness of Mis. B. P. Izlar and .Mrs.
J. C Peers of our town and hope
both may soou be restored lo health.
There is no time in a man's life
when he is so great as when he
cheerfully hows to the necessity of
bis position, ami makes the nest ol* It.
We hear of several ladies and gen
tl men of our county who propose
visiting Sparlanburg during the com
mencement exercises of Wotford Col
Ouff country renders are reminded
that Mr. Joseph Eroe pays Ihe high
est price lor eggs?and our town folks
that ice and cream may be bad at all
Theo. Kohn extends an invitation,
to the ladies of this ami ad-joining
counties to call at his store ami exam
ine his large and varied stock of
The Republicans of this county arc
very (p.iet. They arc cither concoct
ing some new devilment for the fu
ture or meditating upon past rascali
It is not the result of the coining
presidential struggle that, is ngoi iz
ing the public mind. What the na
tion year ns to know is how the melon
crop is likely lo turn out.
The White" stands acknowledged
king of all Sewing Machines, the
finest finished wood work and best
made machine in the market. For
particulars call on Henry Kohn.
The gentlemen and ladies who are
interested in the fair for the benefit,
of the Methodist. Sunday School are
requested lo meet in the Methodist
Church this afternoon at oo'clovk.
The editors of South Carolina pro
pose goinn on a dead hind excursion
10 Cincinnati dnr'ng the sitting of the
National Democratic Convention in
that city. A representative of the
Democrat may go with the brethren.
An armless Mexican woman plavs
the piano beautifullv with her feet.
We know several people, wdio might
attempt this. They never will be
able to plav well with their hands,
and they might as well try the new
The author of ''Nancy Lee" made
38.000 by the pong, lite owners ol
"My Grandfather's Clock" $11500,
the "Bahy Mine" man counted nearly
87.000. and \et honest ami irre,
proncbablc citizens are toiling away
for S2 a day.
It. is said that the scorpion, when
surrounded by a circle of lire, turns
laud slings itself to death. Probably
it leels something like the man who
mashes a linger, and whose only am
bition it is to gel. out under ihe silent
stars, and kick himself over a fence.
A bate1clor suffering with a cold
wan handed a dose of Cotissens' Hon
ey of Tai b\ his sister. "What is
11 ?" he asked. "Elixir Asihmatis ; it
will make you. leel ecstatic." He
repli d, "You -ire very sistermatic."
Down went. Honey of Tar and cured
us cough. Priro 50c. For sale by
Dr. J. G. Wunnamaker, 2
Hill's Hepatic Panacea. The Liv-1
or is the king Imperial organ of the
wholo human system, as it controls
the life, health ami happiness of man.
When it is disturbed in its proper
action all kinds,of ailments arc the
natural results. Tlie digestion of
tlie food, the movements of the heart
and blood, the action of the brain and
nervous system, are all immediately
connected with the workings of tin
liver. To keep the liver in a healthy
condition take Hill's Hapatic Pan j
need. Only 50 ceiila per bottle.
For sale by S. A. Reeves.
Street Walking Club.?This club
re-organized for the summer cam
paign recently and eleu cd officers.
Quite a number of tho old members
who have entered into active busi
ness since last summer were expelled,
and a page of the miuule book was
inscribed to their memory. Charges
were preferred against several of the
members on the ground of loo fast
locomotion, but upon a hearing of
Ihe case, and a strong promise from
the offenders that they would sin no
? oie, they were excused. The club
then adjourned to meet again next
Saturday in the shade some. here.
Shad for the Edisto.?Mr. J. W.
Lumoltc, one of Commissioner But
ler's messengers, delivered 2,500
young shad to Mr. J. P. Ho-rley on
Monday last. Tlie little fellows were
in good condition and were carefully
placed in the waters ol the Kdislo
with the hope that future generations
would bless the labors of Mr. A. P.
Butler in the abundant supply of the
best lish in the rivers of our Stale.
This is but the beginning of the large
number of shad to be deposited in ihe
Kdislo. Unlike the salmon, the shad
is no experiment, and we may expect
in a few years the river to be well
stocked with this fish.
Y. M. C. A.?The -Young Men's
Christian Association will bold its
regular monthly meeting for business
this evening at half past eight o'clock.
On next Tue day evening a Young
Men's Bible Class will be organized.
Next Sunday afternoon at half past
six o'clock the S tnday alter noon
pray er meet inn will he resumed. The
Reading Room is kept open every
evening dining the week for tho bene
fit of those who desire lo make use of
the privileges of the room. A cord'al
invitation to attend the services of ]
the Association is extended to the'
young people of the town and the
citizens genera Ty.
Democratic party of .this county is in
belter condition to en lor the coming
campaign than it has evci been. All j
the differences and ill feelings, which
might have beretofoiu existed, are
healed, and the parly will present a\
united front ill the coining struggle. ]
With our people united and dctcrmin-i
cd, no opposition can make a suc
cessful light in ibis county. The
Democratic nominees will be the next
set ol county officers,and it is useless
for any one to run aga net them. The
liat has gone forth that old Orange
burg tuns1, be controlled by that parly
which i? composed of the patriotic!
and intelligent masses, and whose in
terest is to have an intelligent and
economical administration of couuiy
Town Election.?A correspondent
writing from St. Matthews says: "An
election for Intendant and wardens
dor this lown took place here on the
24th of Ma\, which created considera
ble excitement. The Republicans or
colored population claimed two rep
resentatives, while a large majority
of the whites were only willing to
concede one to them. Being dissai
! is.fi, d with this magnanimous oiler
I they, with a few whites, held a
caucus and energetically tioiinii need
j their work. They first selected and
icalled upon our efficient railroad
agent, R. Clcckly, lo accept their
nomination of Intendant, who after
mature deliberation respectfully de
clined. They managed, however, to
find another 'white man,' who per
mitted them to use his name lor In
tendant, but thanks to ihe unanimity
of all thinking men, their whole tick
et with the exception of one warden,
S. R. Mack, white, wus ingloriously
defeated, thus giving a death blow to
the hydrabead of fusionist and inde
pendent tickets. The following tick
et was elected: Cupt. Henry Davis,
Intendant; John D. Antley, W. (L
Clink, S. E. HahUvin, und S. R.
Mack, Wnr.ienj "
**MooNLioiiT Picnic."?The moon
light picnic, given on the fair grounds
last Tuesday evening, in the interest
of the Lutheran Church, was quite an
enjoyable occasion, and did credit to
the ladies who bad it in charge. The
night was beautiful and the Chinese
lanterns hanging here and there over
ihe ground gave quite a novelty to
the scene. A most interesting fea
ture ol the evening was a ?Is ill by the
Edisto R;ll s in full uniform. The
brass hand, having become a necessi
ty to all entertainments of this char
ade-, was on hand and dispensed
their sweetest music to the picnicers.
A haloon with a light adjusted lo it
was inflated and sept up to (he stars.
If some astronomer bad been on the
lookout, be would doubtless have
gone into ecstasy over bis discovery
of a new but err diu piuuet, und re
' ported to the scientific world that a
member of some unknown system ly
ing beyond the limits of space hail
broken loose from its orbit and come
wandering about in these foreign
ports. After enjoy ing the amusement
of the occasion for several hours the
t crowd begun to disperse to their seve
jral homes, not, however without plea
ant memories of the evening's enter
?Subscribe for the Democrat.
An Exciting: Trial;?On Thurs
day evening quite tin exciting trial
was had beforo ?io ^Mayor's court
which proved of sufficient interest to
bring out a number of , our citizens.
Mr. A. Cbivietle, wateh-repaircr, was
reported for keeping a disorderly
house. Gen. .Jas. F. ? Izhr, counsel
for the Council, prosecuted the.case
and Messrs.-Lathi op and-Stvaker ap
peared for the di fence. This being a
court where it was presumed the
greatest latitude .wp.uld ho allowed,
there wu3 no formal indictment or in
sirument (of instruction prepared.
1'lie counsel for defence objected and
in very positive terms demanded that
there be something to which they
could plead embodying the charges
and specification. This was of course j
done and the witness called to the
stand. The evidence made out a
clear case and late in the evening the
Council lined Mr. Chivietie S3.0 or
twenty days imprisonment. An op
peal was taken to "he Circuit court
where the matter will again be tried
and is likely to he an interesting case.
Enumkkatoks.?List of persons
commissioned us enumerators of the
tenth United States Census for the
county of Orangebur ? : Amelia Town
ship, Jas. S. Thompson, postofllee,
Fort Motte S. C.; Branchville, LI. L.
Connor, Branchville, S. C.; Bull
Swamp, E. II. llouser, Orangeburg.
S. C. ; Caw Caw. F. S. DoTrevillo,
Orangeburg, S. C. ; Cow Castle, A.
J. Ii. Edwards, Branchville, S. C.;
Edisto, W. II. Dentaler, -Midway, S.
C.; Goodlnnd, J. C. Voungc, Black
ville, S. C.; Goodhy's, C. S. Ed
wards, Hebron, I). II. Shanahan,
Liberty, J. J. Salley, Sr., Lyon's, J.
L. East, Orangeburg, S. C.; Middle,
T. 1'. Stokes, New Hope, J. W.
Bowman, liowesviile, S. C.; Or
nuge, Julian A. Salley, Orange
burg C. II., F.. J. Felder, Orange
burg, S. C.; Fine Grove, A. E. Dar
by, l4\>rl Motte, S. C.; Poplar, A. A.
Connor, Elloree, S. C. ; Providence,
J. II. Fehler, Felderville, S. C.; Uni
on, F. M. Green, Orangeburg, S. C. ;
\Vili..w, W. W. Evans, Bluckville, S.
(.'.; Vnnces*, K. L. Dnutzlcr, Vances'
Ferry, S. C.; Zion. A. W. Thar in,
Orangeburg, S. C.
Bkanciivillk Dots.?(iuite an ex
citement was created here on Satur
day last by its being discovered that
a pointer dog belonging to Mr. John
W. Fairy hud gone mad. It is sup
posed he was lauen on Friday, but it
was not known until about 12 or 1
o'clock Saturday, when lie was pur
sued and killed, it was ascertained
that he had bitten twenty dogs, one
eat and one hog. J.lo*v innuy more
is not yet know n. The council im
mediately passed an ordinance im
posing a line of not more than twenty
dollars on every person whose dog
should be found going at large on the
.streets; also permitting any person
to shoot, any dog known to have been
bitten ; also, instructing the marshal
to kill any dog found on the streets
Our highly esteemed Postmaster,
W. II. Rccdisk, Esc:., is in his new
The repair8 on the Branchville eat
ing house is being vigorously curried
on by the railroad company, and
when completed will make the old
house look new. While the bat
room was kept will be converted inlet
a telegraph ofliee, and ihe present
.telegraph cilice will he lorn down.
A new platform is also being built,
which is greatly needed.
Pursuant to an adveilisemcnt from
the County Commissioners those in
terested in the new bridge on the
North Fork ol the Edisto met Mendt?y
at the appointed hour. The majoiily
in favor of the bridge being rebuilt
was so great that the commissioners
concluded to rebuild. Mr. E. T. U.
Smoak got the contract lor -i?2:;o, be
ing the lowest bidder. lie als.) got
j the contract lo furnish the lumber at
Sil per M. and lepair the bottom
j School Exiiiuition. ? According
j to appointment Ihe exhibition of Mcl
I lieh amp's School took place in the
Court House en Thursday evening,
jibe 20lh instant, before a crowded
house. Owing to a mcctiog of lite
town council which kept one of the
leaning members of the baud awry,
the exercises did not begin until a
lute hour. The stage was beautifully
arranged with flowers and pictures
ami imparted a life and cheerfulness
to the scene which was exceedingly
! pleasing to the audience and of great
help to the boys and girls who were
appointed to take part in the excr
eise?. All the children whp attended
; the sc' ool during the year, the clergy
land several gentlemen of the town to
gether with the band occupied scats
Ion the s*age. After prayer by Hov.
O. A. Darby the programme was com
menced and the entertainment, pleas
antly varied by dialogues, speeches,
music on piano, and by the lvlislo
baud was a very decided success for
both leuchers and pupils. Where so
many did so well, it is impossible lo
say who excelled. Facti youthful
speaker perfotned his part well and
the little gills were not a whit U-hind
the boys?all receiving equal encour
ugemcnt from ihu audience and de
serve equal praise .or proficiency ni
tdined. Capl. Dibble presented the
prize lo Miss Ollie Wannamaker.
This was a beautiful copy of Tcnn\ -
son's poems. Mr. Van Orsdell, by
request, contributed no little lo the
enjoyment of Ihe occasion by his ex
quisite performance on the zilUt, an
j instrument, which under a master's
i touch, gives forth the sweetest melo
dy. About 12 o'clock the exercises
were ended and Ihe large audience
began to disperse and aller spending
ja most pleasant and prolilahie even
If you want to keep cool call on
I Dr. J. G. Wannamaker and try his
The Sensation of the Period!
?tx'uii^o Jmi^. True I
HARD TIMES BE CONE!
HAVING been watching for some
time past tlie flgauclal pulse of the
country nn<l the 'ever"varying events oi
ihe trading world with .1 view to tlie in
crease or decrease our weekly purchase^,
wo arc prepared tu announce to our iium
i rons patrons Hint our investigation ol
these subjects bus been perfectly satisfac
tory and that we have as a consequence
forwarded larger .orders Ihau ever he
fore to our New York agency.
The year 1SSJ therefore begins with
flattering prospects for farmers, mechan
ics .nod j.ll olhcv laborers alike. Tin
financial p.u'^e ol the country is steadily
improving and having returned almost
to 11 hard money basis, we shall jrradu
olly but surely recover our former pros
I'me and the so lung declining prosperity \
of our beautiful Soul hern land, licingj
Iirinly impressed with the fore-shadow-,
lugs ofi beso approaching events we have
made arrangements commensurate with
the demands they will disclose.
Our Agent in New York is already in
receipt ol our instructions directing him
to he on the uteri fur every sale and fail
ure irs well as every house tottering on
the brink ol bankruptcy, so that he. with
Cash in hand may take in every bargain
ami Urns enable as during the present
year not only 1o increase our own re-j
sources, but lo bccou'.e ill&o ^1 never
changing source of assistauco to our
friends by selling them go?d* far-below
the wholesale market of New York.
It was the credit system that paralyzed
our industries in the past and caused so
many interests to droop and wither while
every article uocdetl for family consump
tion doubled in value. Thus while labor
was inadequately compensated, goods oi
every description approached almost fab
ulous prices and the daily sweat ol a
man's brow barely obtained lor himself
anil family the commonest necessaries ol
life. Too in itch-credit wltfl always create
demands greater tliuu the sources of sup
ply will satisfy, hence everything takes
an upward tendency u nder its operations.
On the other hand eitsh transactions will
make the supply larger t bun the. demand
and consequently goods fall to hottom
prices when this rule prevails. We long
ceo a opted ibis system and find that it
works splendidly hi till its hearings. If
von follow it you will be stpe never to
buy what you do not. want, and in this
way keep you from the iron chitcbe- of
We pay cash for id) our goods before
they have the place bought from. Hence
our ability (independent ol our unrivaled
facilities lor buying) to outstrip and un
dersell ail our competitors. The mer
chant who buys oil time, (and who ol
them doesn't) not only has to pay the high
est prices for what I hey act but also the
additional percentage added 011 all credit
sales. Now all this conn s our of the con
sumer, the man who patronizes the titne
merchant at home, it will at once be
perceived that the dlllereuce between us I
is va.-t indeed, and that the buyer on I
credit system cannot parehr.se goods at
market prices, while We. by paying cash,
get the must extraordinary bargains at a
large discount oil wholesale cash prices.
It is therefore quite easy lor us to sell
below other merchants and guarantee
per fee I satisfaction in every case.
Our system is one of our own. and has
many advantages which we shall not ex
plain, but let it snltlc" that the larger
portion of the benefits arising from it are
reaped by our f riend.- and patrons, and j
by it we have established a reputation
near and dear 10 us. With houcsiy, fair
dealing, quick subs and small profus as
our watchwords we have conquered the
demon of high prices and forced from
him the acknowledgement .that he has
hiten systematical'^* swindling itiid de
frauding the people.
We have demonstrated to thousands
in this and other .counties that it is pos-l
sIUIc when dealing with at lair and honor
able merchant w ho buys strictly for cash,
to purchase goods ut [irices w hich were
current before the war. To buy and sell
goods does not necessarily imply that to
he successful one must either be a con
scienceless extortioner or a grasping
Shylock, as in every other calling the
merchant can dignity and ennoble bis
profession or he can sink it into iniquity
and trail its courtly ?ni*mentS through
cesspools u! deceit, dishonesty, fraud and ;
double distilled misrepresentut.ioiifl. lie]
can be a blessing or a curse lo his conn-:
try. As torus we prefer a good name
wi'.ii a slow hut steady increase in busi
uefjj to the gouging process which makes
one merchant rich to-day and a thousand
po r farmers penniless ami bread less lo
in on ow.
Ours is the true plan, by adopting it
you avoid the Scylla ol credit on the one
-ile ami the Churyhdis of a lein execu
tion on the other. To trade with us is to
insure satisfaction, increase your wealth ,
and general prosperity. Week ulier ;
w eck during the present year we shall
spread daily upon our counters tt stock i
of goods as varied as the leaves of thel
forest. A cordial invitation is extended
to every one who leads IIiis circular to]
give iis a c ill. un trouble to show goods
or answer questions.
Wc will sell lor oia'dollar cash what !
you will pay three lor in October if you]
buy on credit. We uuy dir?.et from the'
cheapest markets |u America fur cash
less ilte large discount, and can and will
sell as low as I he wholesale merchants
of Charleston. New York or Ihibimore, |
and to those who Iii vor us with their l eg-I
ubir custom w e offer as rare inducements
as wen- ever ulfi red hi mis or any other
j community. Our goods arrive weekly
and must be sold, look to your Interest
and c.dl on us when you visit tow n.
Farmers, look to your own welfare.
; you who have sunk low and lower each
I succeeding year while the middle men
around you have grown rich in comforts
and wealth, you have barely lived by
working from sun to sun the year round,
while olhcu have added llioU.-upds to
their already plethoric treasures, by sell
I big 011 credit to you in the spring and
collecting in October and Nobcinber the
sweat stained proIiis ol many a merciless
bargain. Let .our farmers eschew this
in future mid learn to watch as well us
I pray?let'I hem break from Hie old beaten
path- of credit and ruin, and de.mind an
equivalent for their money. Let them
aspire to higher ami ?realer achieve
ments than can ever be accomplished on
j a credit ba-is. I.et tliein become more
! prosperous citizens ol our good old coun
ty by trying a little financiering them
; selves. Is it not their right?
To this cud w c thereiorc cordi illy in
vite our iricnds to give us frequent calls
tn.d we ifuuruuice t hat nol one 111 a thous
and w ill ever leave our connters dissatis
licd. Respectfully yours,
C. I). K?RTJ011N,
I Auction and Commission Merchant,
Orangeburg, S. C.r.
1 t^'d'urcluisiug Agencies at New York.
I liiillhuore, Philadelphia. Atlanta. Augus
! la and Charleston.
We offer the following >t uidard goods
lor the week:
Pest Calico 5 cents.
Me hui J)re?s Goods 10 cents.
Colored J.iiicn Embroidery 5 ot?ltS.
Long Cloth, yard wide, 10 ut hrs..
C. D, KOltl JOHN.
Orancchurg. S. C. May 7. IRSO?:hn
LANDRETH'S GARDEN .SEEDS
of every variety, warranted
FRESH AND GENUINE,
and No Water
NEEDED TO BRING Til EM UP.
Try a few
BEANS, CORN. CUCUMBERS,
and tail tili-? time,
TJ?X A- O A. IIV.
Watches and Clocks
IN PLAIN KINGS.
AV. IT. Ro1>iUJ30U]
Walelunakcr and Jeweller.
Russell Street, Orangeburg, S. C.
Jan. 10, .7880? ly
GE0.H 00SNELS0N, [
ORANGEBURG, S. C. j
The undersigned would respectfully ill
form the public that lie Is every dny;e>
ceiving large additions to dils already
large stock-in all the different branches
and that the same will be disposed of ,at
his old motto, "Large sales and etnal
I am also receiving now and have in
store the following popular brands ol
Eliwan Dissolved Bone.
Eli wan Guano.
Kainit 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 world.)
and have received a lot of their One, Two I
and .Three Horse Wagons, also Plows
this week. Give me a call and see for |
GEORGE II. COENELSOX.
Sept. It), lS7t).
ANDREW 0. DIBBLE,
Attorney end Counsellor1 at Law,
Corner St. Paul and Chttrcll Sis..
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
Attorney and Connsslior at Law
(Cor. Church & St. Paul's Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
B E E S W A X.
! 1 will pay the best piieo-i for Wool in
I any quantity. Also for Dry Flint and
I Salted Hides, if not damaged.
John A, Hamilton.
Oet 11. lS7t).
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I
Nkvhr Of.ts Hinn.
Can hr Madk aw Btmcnotii Uesirrd. Last
tfwiCS as Lono.
?lssaaoB Cuv:i without Dragjiojj ths ZyJ.:v..
Cbilts and Fever,
Sick k Nenons
Tlicso Tnila <"urc nil Dl?ca'M r>v Absorption. No
Noxiou? )'im>,Oil9,or i'oUontMU MMljclnosnrctftkm
Into the Stomach. Ttic Parti mi> worn over tlic Pit
of the Stomach, covering Uli? Uroat Nervo Centres,
al.so the Liver anil Slomiu-ti. A ffonttl Vcfjotablo
Tonic Is absorbed tnto theclmnlatton of tlio H1o>mI ami
I ivcr.purifyiriK tlielUiHul.stimulatttiKtlie I.ivernnd
Kidneys to healthy action, ami ?treiifMli.'nliiK tho
Stomach todlgrct food. I'jock i?r Pahs $1 and f
KArii. Bold dt ai.i, DnuoouT?, or lentby Mail
or Kx press.
Mnimfmtnroil at 89 k 41 North I.ibkrty St,
For Sale by
S. A. REEVES.
Wheeler .& Wilson Sewing
No. 8 IMPROVED.
Easiest to learn, easiest to -manege,
The lightest running, the inosUdncable.
Awarded the only Grand Pffcce .at the
Paris Exposition In 1878. Over.eighty
competitors Terms easy.
For sale by
James A, Hamilton,
At the .store of John A. Hamilton.
Jacob Reed's Sons,
The oldest and most reliable Clothing
House in the United States. Military
Conds a specially. A frtr$h line Spring
Samples just received and orderst taken
James A, Hamilton,
At John A. llumiltotr.-s-et.orc.
Fob 13, 1S8?.
GLORIOUS NEWS ! J
IN I^IfcY GOODS.
Calicoes at Six.and a Quarter Cents.
Calicoes at Six and a.-Quartcr Cents.
Calicoes at Six and a Quarter Cents.
Calicoes at iind a Quarter Cents.
Calicoes at Six and a Quarter Cents.
New and Fashionable Goods received
Ladies' Linen Siuts,
White Lawn Basques,
Neatly trimmed from 81-25 up.
Embroideries. T.accs. Ribbons, Gloves,
Parasols, Kneitings, Neck Ties in all the
late styles and very low in prices.
We invite particular u-tfrcntion to our
immense stock of
Latest Novelties being constantly added.
Selling out and Cheap.
Remember we have the finest, best nnd
HATS, SHIRTS, SHOES, ana
NECK WE A IL
And don't forget to eal at
EASII ION ABLE
! DRY GOODS'
Orangeburg, S. C. Oct. 10.1870.
How Watches are Made.
IT will he apparent to any one who will
examine a bOI.ll> GOLD WaTCI!, that
? aside from I be necessary ihickne.-s for
[engraving and polishing, a large propor
tion of the precious metal use;!. Is need
ed only to stiffen and fold the engraved
portions in place, and supply the neces
| sary solidity a ltd strength. The surplus
, gold is actually needless so far as utii.i
' TV and beauty are concerned, in JAMBS
'? BOSS' PATEN 1' GOLD WATCH CASKS
this waste of precious metal is overcome,
iaird the SAMtC SOLIDITY.AND 8TU|SKQTfI
produced at from one-third to ouc-lulf
of the usual cost of solid cases. The pro
I cess is of the most simple nature, as tol
? lows : a plate of nickte composition iuel
! al, specially adapted to the purpose, bus
I two plates of sol.lD GOLD soldered ono
I on each side. The three are then passed
j between polished steel rollers, and tlio
i result Is a Strip of heavy plated coiitposL
Ition, from which the eases, bucks, cell*
i tres. bezels, Ac. are cut and shaped by
.suitable dies and formers. The gold hi
these eases is sullleiently thick to admit
of all kinds of chasing, engraving and
j enamel ling ? the engraved cases buvo
been carried until worn perfectly
j smooth by time and use without remov
I ing the gold.
< THIS IS TIIKOXLV CASE MADE
WITH TWO PLATES OF SOLID GOLD
AND WARRANTED UV SPECIAL
ICEKTIFICA i E.
For sale by all Jewelers, Ask for II
? I list rat cd Catalogue, and to see warrant.
March 12. 18S0?ly
L. S, WOLFE, D. D. S., '
Graduate of Baltimore Dental CuUege,
Oftlee over D. Louis' Stojv,
Offers his professional services to. the citi
zens of Oraugeburg and. afMotafeur coun
Teeth extracted wjtbnut pain by the
use ot Nitrous Oxtde Gas, the safest an
.?est he ie known to science. Salislaetion
Jan. :tO, 1880?Ty