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A- I?nx>oi* fox* tlio People.
Open rTrAoUl half-past 8 to' 10 o'clock A.
M., ami from half-past 10 A. M. tu 4 i\
?Columbia mail closes at 10 A. M. and
the? Charleston mall at half ast 5 P. M.
On Tuesdays anil Fridays a niaii lor
Foldervllle, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill
closes ai hall-past 7 A. M.
On Fridays a mail for Knoll's Millsi
Wilt's Mills' and Hislies' Store eloi.es a,
halt-past 2 P. M.
?RAffUKUuua, S. 0.. Junk 18 1880.
Notick.? Wo have made arrange
ments'with 1 lie proprietors of 'he
Ntws and Courier to club their mam
moth Weekly with the Democrat at
S3 per annum, lor both papers, cash
Sau.?We learn that a little eh Id
of Mr. Jacob Cook on Hull Swamp
accidentally broke its thigh one day
'last week. We hope the lit le suffer
er will soon recover.
Pkusonaj,?Mr. John Darby, falb
er ol' Itcv.'O. A. Darby, and daugh
ter, Mrs. Win. Roherson, who have
been spending some time in our
town, lull 'Tuesday for their home in
Tin: plates, dishes. &c., left in the
.Courthouse aller the fair unclaimed,
may be found at the Methodist pursoi -
age. Friends having lost such arti
cles- will please call on lie v. ? A.
Darby lor them.
Hail.?There was a light fall ol
hail on Wednesday last in tin; e stein
portion of our town. Wo have not
yet hca-d how lar in inc. country the
bail reached or what damage, it an},
was done lo the growing eiopu.
Twinkle, twinkle little star, -ml
light the way of yonder pedestrian o
tue drug stoie of Dr. J G. Wanna
maker lo buy a bottle ol Coussciis
Lightning Liniment to cuie his 1 In u
mutism, lame hack. Price ?0 cents. 1
Rain Nkedkd.?In several sect ous
of the county we understand the
crops are suffering fur the waul of
ruin, and fears aie entertained thai
unless seasonable weather cmie in
time the coin crop will be alino.-t a
A Treatise on the Hair publish- d
by U. P. Hall & Co., Nttahun. N. II.,
proprietors of Hall's Vegetable Sicil
ian Hair Rei-.ower, contains valuable
infitima ion about the hair, which
should be read by all. Send to pnl -
lishcis for a copy.
You may not believe if, hut try 11
umi \(mi will he Colt* inc. 1 thai Pinta
line, or Talder's Vegetable Liver
Powder is the best medicine in the
World to regu ale the tu<?mach and
liver. Price ?U cents, for sale by
Dr. J. G. Wan amakci. 1
MooNI.HilJT PlCMC.?The ladies ol
the Lutheran Church propose having
another moonlight picnic next P.?vs
day evening at the Fail Gioumis.
These entertainments are enjoy a. le
occasions, ami we bespeak lor lue la
dies a liberal patronage.
KlLLED.?Mr. .James M. Kdglei
ami u colored man named lleui,
Golson were struck lij I gnlipg ??n tin
S<b ii slant in the upper ponton ni
the county. Golsoii ?as instantly
killed and Mr. Kaigler seiiously in
jured, but we Icain, is convalcsc ng.
New Goons.?Mr. A. V. 11. Dukes,
ol Braitcbvilie, advertises in ibis is
sue a large and complete assortment
of summer goods,incbn ling eveiy thing
usualjy Ibuud in a well kepi store.
He is also agent lor i lie Celehialed
Brown Cotton Gm. Sea his adver
tisement ami gj\c him a calj.
A batcl'elor suHering with a cold
was handed a dose ol Cousscns' lion
ey ol Tar by bis sister. ??Whai is
it?" he asked. ' ''Elixir Asihmutis; h
will make you feel ecstatic." He
repli.'d, v*Ynu uic very sisleriualic."
DoWU went Honey of Tar ami cured
his cough. Price 50c. For Sale by
Dr. J. G. Wauuumakcr, 2
Interesting Occasion ?The Sun
day Schiad Missionary society ol Si.
Paul's Methodist Chuich meels on
Sunday afternoon at hall past fotil
o'clock. The exercises he inter
esting und'vnrh d, s me of ihe sein 1
ais of tin; school engaging in them.
The public are cordially invited to tit*
Good Avv> intmf.nt.?Captain 10.
J. Felder, ccnsibi enumerator for on 1
town, is indefatigable 111 the discharge
of his duti s and have already, *>y
dint of hard labor, prog teased far in
Completing the work. No better ap
pointment could have been lUadj
than tbut of Captain Felder to Ibis
DttowNiiD.?A colorod boy, Deri iI
Buc ley, about thirteen years ol aee,
was drowned in Mr. David Ilotisei's
mill pond Tuesday evening la t. The
lad while diving was caught among
some logs and was drowned before
aid could be rendered. The body
was lodnd Wednesday morning and
an inquest belli. This is a warning
that should be beetled.
Off for Cincinnati ?Hon. Samu
el Dibble, delegate tu tbo N tioiial
Democratic C- mention, left for Cm
cinnaij on Tuesday last to bu on tune
lor the opening f ihe sosion. Mr.
Dibble is a Buy ai d man. but goes
with a doleriniuation to do the beat
for the party in securing a Piesideu
tiai nemmee that will deleat the mis
erably corrupt Republican ticket.
Random Shots.?Wo are having
deligiulul weather now.
Dr. Cooke will preach next Sunday
morning al the Lutheran Church.
More money is said to be expend
ed iu this town for tobacco than for
Mr. James Cannon, Chief of Po
lice, killed a mad dog in town on
We think it about timo for the men
to f^ei up a fair, and issue Irco tickets
to the ladies.
All the news we can gather from
our couutrv ti lends is, "It is i xcced
Sunday, Monday ni.d Tuesday last
were as hot ami sultry as mid-sum
mer wen liier.
The Episcopal Church will be open
lor divine service next Sunday, morn
ing and afternoon.
We learn I Is t Mrs. Pilot, who
lived on lhi- place ol .? aj J. 11. Ily -
d'rick died on Saturday last.
Eureka Chapter, No. 13, li.*. A.*.
M.*., meets lo-!liglll at Masonic Hall.
The M. M. Peg ice will <?c coulencd.
Whiimore's barber shop was closed
for non-payment of rent and not lor
being a nuisance as stated by us l-'Sl
Quite a number of our citizens al
teivicd the Tournament at Columbia
on Wednesday ami had a nice time
The Independent, colored, Fire
Company held its monthly parade on
Monday last. The turnout was lull
and the trial satisfactory.
As the ciiu me tutors are under oath
i mil lo divdgu any information hi lajt-j
iug ihc census, nur y ouug liidj friends
cm gt^e iheti ages without any lours.
The Rochester D mucrut, in der the
heading of local mailers places ? 'Dil
lereul 'views, ??f licli." Wo arc glud
thai the place has been located at
''What a woman can do," is the it
tic of tut article iu an exchange ; hill
>? hat we waul lo km \V ?s what a wo
man can't do when she makes up bei
We found it impossible to ?et oil'
in Cincinnati, lun Mi, Mcllichaiu,i,
f the Tn.i's. has gone, all I will sal^
i>laci.oii;\ repieseui lhe Orangem ig
A young man in lown who visits
lue same .nun?? lady iieutly every eve
ning uns heim cM-diied with running
a Hille conn ol geueiul sessions ol
The Atioevi le IJi'n$s and Banner
s i\ - "iiie liisl page of no home print
ed paper received a this ollicc is bet
ler gnUcn Up i hi u that of the Urn .-.ye
bint] iJiuu- crnl
! N e Hgroy ff|jy villi Josh Hillings
when he say s; "When a man has
'?one me one at solute good turn he
jkau'i kross it 11om mi books, 1 don'i
kmc how mean he may be ulUTWtird."'
A young man advertises i:i an ex
change lot a position as son-in-law
in-a lamdy of mea s. We think he
wi.uld meet with heller success if he
wmdd ttdvcrl'se bimse f lot sale as a
The editor of the Davtpn Record.
Intimi SJ 000 in giei pbucks in a held
-\ 111It- ln>min-. Hot as ill-luck would
have it there were four oilier men with
lit in. ti tit I um-ol I he in Was tiie owner
til tin- mm ey. Kdilois never have a
"What are the p ople doing? ex
claims an exciied coleu.poiuiy. Well,
some ute pay tug ten cents on the ?!?*l
I lai, ol hers are iiunnu icing themselves
a- candidates, -nine walking six days
for a shaie ol the gale money , a lew
[arc predicting hcttiy fmslS lor .Inly,
land lint a lew aie enqniring who
[is to he the Detitocrulic nomiiicc.
! Tim; !? ikk.mkn ? -Du boys" who
I visbed ( aluinbi i on last We. Inesdav
.rei tit tied that night highly pleased
! with their Mi p. 'lue kind liealtiieul
und generous hospitality ufllio Phto
nix Hook ami Ladder CmiipUUV, No.
2. whose gucd. i hey w- re, will ever he
i e i nein i ii- ret I by i hem as one ol the
many pleasant recollect ions of their
Bins INVP'KD.-?It having come to
the ktloW.edgc Of our junior thai
another moonlight picnic is near at
i hand, ami heing desirous of sccurinn
he escort of Mime um ig ladv fur
'that iicciisiou. he hereby gives notice
I thai he i?- !'.-:i'!\ consider pioposals
; 11 Of ii the lair ?? X In "sec" him nut to
the sanl enleitniiitm'iil. He reserves
the light In nj -i-l any and all bids.
In Ticouulk ?We clip she follow*
llg In ?tu :.t. exchange : ?? The Iii v. W
j L. Johnson, a cnlmed school tcachci
111 om Oi ?uge1 til g, was an est ud by i he
Charleston police on Wednesday h.r
currying Ion- inoekiiigidrda in one
cage, in viiilatinii of the game liiw>
of the Stale. He was released nil the
deposit of (weiiiy ih.liars lor bis up
peurancc nelnre the Ree?infer a i nun,
l?ui h it ihe city, mid so for cited hi>
Compound Kx/riiACT II?ch?, com
IpoSed ni liuclltl Icim-, dandelion
ini.i. in?Ma'e po'as ju ip r berries,
pu.eixa lu :n a. and calinsoniti root.
I All o| which aie highly valued (lint
eiics. k dte-y umlauts ami depur
niils. 1 he failure ol the act OllS of
the kidneys is a source of many dis
in-s.ti.ig diseiises. This medicine
pi'nduccs a neatly action of the
kidneys, ii moves lioiii ihe blood the
urea and tiiic acid, which if allowed
in lemulii ant) accumulate would in
duce ihi'lunilllMil, gooly affeclions,
j pains in hack and loins. This valua
ble medicine is for sab- by Dr. J. G.
Wanuamaker. Price 76 cents per bot
Consignees.?Consignees for un
claimed freight tit South Cu olinu
Bai I road for week ending Juno.16,
1880: J. U. Stulev, \V. Bennett,' It.
W. and A. A. McMiuluiel, J. II.
Hughes & Bio , J. F' Grumbling. B.
Livingston, P. D. Tillcy, W. LI.
Dunlzter, P. Livingston, A. D. (Jump?
sty, J. C. Molimin und J. C. Jelicjut.
Faik Nones.?The cake to he vot j
ed to the most popular married lady
was awarded to Mrs. J. M.' Dunnei,
she having reeived the highest nuin
her ol votes, the one to the mos',
popular young lady was awarded in
like ma uer to Ml-s Lucio T. D inner.
Mr, Julian A. Stdlcy was the .vinner
of ihe cake vnred t?? the most popular
young man The lair 'was n com
plete success, and the ladies certainly
deserve great credit for it.
A Good Akticle.? We publish to
day on ojii lirsl page a most excellent
article from the pen of Dr. J. W.
Summers of Middle St. Mali he am cal
led furth hv one published two weeks
ago h\ J. C. It. on he subject, of Ain
uionia. Farujeis will lind it interesting
nud instructive, especially since the
plans recommended come in lime for
the next crop. We hope lo furnish
our readers ?rum lime to time with
other articles from these gentlemen
hoth of whom are emiueutlj practical
! and succcsslul farmers.
Our (Hin Ci.cn.?Our Gun Club in \
I the coiiIunI ai C-di in'da came out se- j
com! heal . The scut e standing ns fol
lows: Columhia Team, 41; Oranifu-1
'?nig Team. 3U ; < 'harleStou Team, 88 : ,
Wiuiisbiuo Tea in, 24. Columbia won j
ihe Ural", O'Uhgehiii'g the second and I
Charleston the third prize. Messrs.
M. G Salle'\, D. J. Salley, J. A.
Sail.- . W. G. Allieigotti, Pi G. Can
non and W. J. DcTicville composed
the Orungchnrg Team, and a good
team it was. Messrs. J. A. and J). J.
alley were ul?*o successful in ihdi- j
llii.i/s Hepatic Panacea. The Liv
er is the king imperial organ of the
whole human system, us it controls
llle lite, health and happiness of man. j
When it is disturbed in its proper
action all kinds or ailments are the
natural lesnhs. The digestion of
the lood. the movement? of the heajI j
and hhn.ij, tin; action of the 'bruin aji/l
ueivoiis svsteui, are all immediately
connected with the workings of the
I liver. I'u keep ihe liver in a healthy
condition lake Hill's Hapattc Pan
acea. Inly 50 e.oils per ho tile.
For sale Im S, A Beeves.
Great Snakes I--Mr. Itinsom Ed
wnrds, vyiio live? in ihe ? Cain neigh
borhood, while King on a pallet near
the bed ol his sick wile, Ijcod a noise
in a !??> r? Hector near h\, and, ihink
ing the muse w:is caused by* rats,
punched in the n Hector with a stick,
when he was astounded to see a huge
ralllc-snuk? orawlit.? oui upor. ihe
Hour. Befoie auylhiug could In- had
with wlm-h to kill the dangerous in
truder, the sii.ike succeeded in reach
ing his hole and a place of salcly , hui
not out of sight. Mr. Edward , tie
leriuined on lidding his family of so
dangerous a visitor, slj.ti ihe snake
I even in the house uml luckily killed
it. The snake had six tallies and a
button und was i/ell grown for hi"
age. We I. am tue ii? le child ol Mr.
Edwards hud beeii playing around
tin- lellectoi all the evening and
[doubtless while the poi.suiious Miuke
I was coiled w it Inn.
TlIE FA I It ?I'llU Sunday Sch ol
Fan ol Ine Mellio itsi Chuicil, as ?;is
I expected liom tue generally libfiai
I patronage ol oui citiacns on such oc
casions, was a in- si -lalilxing Knc
, cess. Imb ed we Ir.txe heard u re
marked by several persons,thai, con
sidering the shoitiiess of lime ami
the simplicity of urrnugoiuciit*, ii wti-i
ihe most successful lair pi the kind
ever held in this community. Aller
deducting all the expenses of every
kind, the net prolils of the fair
Iamount lo the very crediiahie sun. ol
one hundred yd nine! \-d> ihn s?
j mote than Ihe projectors ol the en
Iteiprise expected, (nil not umre than
I hey can put lo prnlllnblc use. Tuii
success is due diiceily lo the holde
I spin led ladies who ma ii aged the iiil
I fereiil dcpartiueiits and lo the very
j nhcr-il coulrinulioiis by nur cirzcii?,
lirom both town ami country. A lb
j session of kite school on Sunday
morning last rcsol 'lions were uiiuul
iuohsIv adopted rcturuiug the thanks
ol ihe chlldieu lo the ladies who gave
them such material aid in managing
ihe lau ; lo ihr kind citizens ol bum
town a ni con ii try lor the bug" con
tributions it* the -eve al departments
j a .d lor the liberal patronage given
I throughout the exhibition; to their
beloved pastor, Kev. O. A. Darby,
land mil. i gem leinen lor Ihe active
pail taken in getting up und conduct
ing he lair ho as to yield s?ich noble
lesnhs; uml In the Clerk ol Court
who placed the courthouse al their
I d is, os 11 when no oili r amiable place
could he obtained. We lake Ibis oc
casion to pi.iinisc our Irieads that
ihe money so liberally given will be
uppropilatcii in such a way as lo
yield the iic-i results lor the good ol
the school and the chinch in the in
I lerest ol which ihe lair was held.
I Sheridan*? sciioiu. ? hie examin
afinli ol Sueiidan's Classical h hool
j Will bo held in i he Con I House, be
glliuilig on Tuesday next at nine
o'clock A. M. and ending l.'i uisd iy"
2 o'clock P. M. Too brauchcH will
he taken up in the folIoanig order:
Tuesday !) o'cloe .?spelling, loin
classes; ball pas" in?Geography,
three classes; 12 o'clock?iGieek, two
classes; 1 o'clock?English Grain
I mar, (beginners in i bud gi ate room.)
Wednesday, 9 o'clock?History,
j iwo classes ; 10 o'clock?Latin Gram
mar, three classes; hail past 11
.o'clock?Algebra; half past 12
o'clock?Reading, three trlasses.
Thursday, D oleloek?Composition
and Rhetoric; halt past 10 o'clock?
Cms sir and Virgil ; hall past 11
o'clock?English Grammar, two class
cs ; naif past 12 o'clock? Arithmetic,
Mental and Written;
The annual exhibition will lake
place on Friday evening the 2? h iu
Stanl, in the Court room beginning at
ball past 8 o'clock.
The public are cordially and earn
cstlv invited to uiicud'hoih the exam
iuution and exhibition; the former is
intended to he lliof ugh a d will he
made as near a les ol scimlaisltip as
possible, while the latter will be a
p'easing cnlcrtatumc t in liccluma-j
lion by all the male pupil*: intending
the school at the present time. The
Couit House has been secured ,in
order that the patrons ol 1 he school
and the public, who fire interested ip
the cause of education, may Und it
convenient to attend without much
loss of time from business. The
Principal hopes, therefore, loiucieusc
'that interest b.v bringing the public
in close con tuet wiihr-the school and
identify Lng/our cittzet;^ with its sue
Dedicated to the memory of Mrs. Car
oline Edwarde, wife of Kev. K.J. Ed
ward.?, ol the tMiail^toit Association,
w ho departed lids life MhTy 31st. 1SSU.
We saw that death haiT^Olaimed her for
As 'round the solemn bier in awe wu
And mutely gazed lipon the silent form
Whence, life hail lied, and left all pale
Then ruse the mournful music of the
Which found tin echo m each anguish
' "cd heart,
While sorrow all too deep for tears had
set its seal
JJpon the youthful brow and o'er the
For time and thought mid lie I, the land
Had opened wide its portals in the
As the spirit silent stole away.
For while we slept the Reaper came.
Some faces looked with piiy on the pro
irate form. f*
Some tif.tr. iu rev'rerice gazed, wjth
1'hat thrilled responsive to the dirge.
Omers, with icar-s alued l.tee-. st iod
W ceping. ami sonic loving' liand had j
A snowy wieath upitjr the pulseless
O. Life! D. Death! I by mysteries dread
Oppress the soul md uliiil the llirob
O, Crave! thy drcunileipi sh-pp, ll|y rest
Allure cacti world wen j mm' a' beyond
Lai tii's lever'd simulier, ii- j ?>' and u
Tn tlial bourne whence mi liMVulor re
l Ul lis.
We stood at cvu bv-idc a new-mail"
We telt i he waves of Hope were ebb
lug fast. ,
And as the sun went do^h, u*' heard
I hr ? hi-nf ligilblHt liJBCjii r sliore *
In hollow muriir.iis. soyd all was cold
So we en me away und left her sleep
A loci'?just tin- heavens, deep and dusky
Aroiluil?oulv the wide, still air.
AI J. E.
Qraugebip-g, S. 0., Junp 5(1?. issu.
I ANDREW 0. DIBBLE,
Attorney nd Counsellor at Law,
Corner St Paul and Clmr h -sis.
Oll ANGKHUKC. S. ?:
April 23 "3illos.
]. Attorney and Cor.nsslicr at Lav;
(Cor. Chinch Si. Paul's Street.)
ORANGliBURG, S. C.
KNOWLTON Gt ATHROP,
Altyi'lieys and Counsellors,
OliAXGEUURG, S. C
D.-c-13-lf ^|?.l > ?"
1 L. S. WOLFE, D. D, S.,
I Graduate of Dal.lim.ore Denial College.
Of Heu over D. Louis' Store,
Offers i is professional ?ervlces to iheeiti
! xon* of Oruiigcbtng and adjoining couu
I'eelh extracted without pain by Ilm
I use ol Nilimis Oxide Cits, the -alest an
msihe ie known lo science. SnlUluctioii
! Jan. 30.1SS0?ly
Iwould respectfully inform the public
that I inn still carrying oil the Dn s
Making business at lite suite nexi door
to Mrs. Vii.ce formoib oeetlpieil b\ A.
II. Lew in. Patronage solicited ami sat
infliction guaranteed. Diesses will be
made in the latest style and at -hurt no
liee. Domestic Pal terns kep* coiisin oi
ly' on hand lor sale ami w ill lie supplied
lo customers at reasonable rale*
MKS. L. M SM OAK,
Mar 10. 1881??if pre.-* Maker.
Itttssell Street ami lltdl mad ?Avenue,
Oilers to ;|'e public a well scloetcd stock
Gl.Ot EU I KS,
j He guarantees satisfaction to nil w ho
will favor him with a call.
j W. B. THOMPSON,
OIIANOEIIURG, S. C.
I June 11, lftSO-tl
ORANOEBURG, S. 0.
I'ltc undersigned would respect fully lu
ll in 111?- public I but he Is every dny rc?
ceiving huge additions to his already
large stock in all the dlfTerent branches
ami I hut the .>-am<j will be disposed of at
Ids old motto, "Largo Bales and steal
I sim also receiving now and have in
store the following popular brands ol
Eiiwiin Dissolved Bone.
At laude Acid.
Kninit or Potash Salt.
Which will be sohl at h west piices.
I have also been appointed tlguiit for
B, F, Avery & Sons,
(The largest Plow and Wagon Manufac
tory in the world.)
ami have received il lot of their One. Two
and Three Horse Wagons, also Plows
lids week. (Jive me a call and see for
R ef peel fully Yours,
GEORGE II. COR.NELSON.
Sept. 19, 1879.
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
No. 8 IMPROVED.
Easiest to learn, easiest in manage.
The lightest run liiitf. the iiin*l duraole.
Awarded the oily Gniil-I P" 'Ze at Ihe
Paris Exposition in 1.S78 Over eight)
competitors Terms eiisy.
l For f-nle by
James A, Hamilton,
At I lie. store of John A. IIa uilioii.
Jacob Reed's Sons,
The oldc-t and most reliable ''bulling
lloiise hi the- United Maies Mbbary
Go?i(ls a specially A fresh Mil" Sprin?
Sait;ples just received :pid tpd .i - taken
James A, Hamilton,
A' John A Hamilton's Store.
Kch 13, lSsO.
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD 1
NkvkR Getb TIahd.
Can de Made any Stkemutu Okhxxied. Last
Twice as Lo.no.
Disuses Card "rithsut Drussitg ths Syctco.
Sick 4 Nervous
These Psds Cure nil Diseases by Ai>snrptIon. No
Noxious rills. Oils,or Poisonous Medicines are taken
Into Ulf Stomach. Tin- I'm!, .-.?<; ?,.iu over tlie i'ii
of tin- Stomach, cowrin^ the cm-ai Nerve Centres,
also tho Liver nn.l Stomach. A K<-ntiu Wgetabhi
Tonic is nlnorbed Inlothcclrcutatlonof the ltlixxl and
I Ivcr.parifytnB the Bleed, sUtnulatinit the l.lverand
j Kiiln ys tu litaltliy action, and itreuiflliTliriR the
i Btontuch todigest food. Price of Pads $i ami u
r.vcu. Solo uy all DnuocuTs, or sentby .Mail
or l'\p: ???>?.
Mnnufurtured at 'j'-' k 41 N'oiiTl! I.iiu.kty St*
Valtiuouc. M v.
Kor Sale by
S. A. IIEEV KS.
.Ian. 30, 1880?ly
.1 M i<: S VA IV TA e iri K1
i- agoilt for the Sale of the celebrated
BALD MOUNTAIN OORN WHISKEY,
the purest brand in the known world
call! call:: ('all!.*!
ami sample for once in your lives a pure
MOUNTAIN WI1ISK E Y.
It has no equal. Also on hand the cheap
est brands of
SMOKING and CHEWING TOBACCO
in the market.
A full line of Staple and Fancy
Cheaper than the Cheapest,
(iive me a call aud be convinced I Inn
this advertisement is no humbug.
JA.MEs Van I A.s.-EL
At Midler's Old Stand.
.. JOD IE
GLORIOUS NEWS ! I
GRE \T TUMBLE '
Calicoes n! Sis Mid a Quarter ('tints.
Calicoes at Six und a Quarter Cents.
CuUc ies ut Six and a Qtiartei' Cents.
Calicoes al Six and a Quart' r Cquts.
Calicoes at Six and a Quarter Cents.
New and Fashionable Goods received
Ladies' Linen Stilts,
White Lawn Basques,
Neatly trimmed from 81.23 up.
GRE AT ASSORTMENT
Embroideries Laces. Ribbons, Gloves,
Fa I'll sol-. Uucli.injis. Neek Ties in all tlie
late styles anU very low in prices.
W e invite particular ill lent oil to our
iintueiisu tUock of
DUE S S GOODS
I.a est Novelties being constantly lidded.
Selling out ami Cheap..
Remember we have the llnesr. best and
HATS. SHI HI'S, SHOES, and
NE< K WEAK,
And don't forget to eal at
Uraiigebitrg. S C, Oct. 10. 1879.
A NEW STORE.
F. A. SC11IFFLEY.
(One door above Dr. Patrick's.)
I- HEREBY INFORM MY FRIENDS
thai I have on my own account, com
menced ii Grocery Busbies:?will keep
only the best goods, and sell oheap lor
Cash, and any patronage bestowed will
he appreciated. Respect fully,
F, A. SCHIFFLEY,
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
Mav 14. I8S0 3m.
J. DEE ANDREWS
\\7 0ULD respect fully in for in ih"ehi
ii /.'-us I Oratixehiirg Dial he has in
imaiae I lie slock and lix iocs of Z. J
Ki"^. at Wallace Caiiuo.u*S old slaiul.
Alain si reel, w In re he will be glad to serve
his friends und the pubdc with anything
in his line 01 trade EverjIlling fresh
and pure and guaranteed !<? -i\e satisfac
i on A mil Hue ot good- k< pi i.-iniuh
? ii. hand . Bmn and raised in Oninge
blirg. I hope io receive a liberal share of
die patronage ??! my lellow citizens.
J. DICE ANDREWS.
BLA< KBERRY BRANDY at Wallace
Camion's old stand.
Pure CORN and RYE V\ liiskie* lor
sale ill \N a ia< e t iiliuoii's old stand.
For pure Lbampaigtic Lager Beer go
to Wallaue I annou'- old 81IIlid. FmIIIiUi s
sit polled by the dozen?goods delivered
free d ehais/e.
Sell/.er Water, f<u di iirriiiiyeiiienl of
11he bowels and kidneys, lor sale low at
; H ulliiCf Cannon's <>i(| -land.
The ??CtUloii Boll," the liiicsl live cent
t'ijar in town, for sale at Wallace Can
non's old stand. D n't loiget it.
Soda Wnler. fresh, by the bottle, at
, Wallace I"n moi.'s old stand.
May 28. 1S?U.? ly
DO you sutler with headacheV
G you feel dull sum languid?
Does your appetite tail ymiV
Is your Liver out of Older?
Have you a metalic taste in your
mom ii ?
Have yon dyspepsia or indigestion?
If so, take
OR. LIVER CUBIC,
j And gel immediate rebel Ii never fails,
as iciiiihcds will testily who have used
it aud.hav" been henelbted. It is entire
ly veyclablo. certain in its effects, and
absolutely harmless. One trial will con
i vbice .\ on. i ;o v* IK & m 01 s i<;.
I harlestou. s C.
Foi Sale by Dr. J. ?. Wiiuuaiiiiiker,
[Drang, hing S. C. April 23?6ms.
The Sensation of the Eeriod!
iSti'ttiijx? |>ut True 5
HARD TIMES BE CONE.!
HAVING been watching fur rouic
time past the financial pulse of the
country ami The ever varying events of
ihe trading .world with a view to the in
crease or decrease our weekly purchases,
wo are prepared to announce to our num
erous patrons that our iuvestigall?n of
these subjects has been.perfectly satisfac
tory and that we havens -consequence
forwarded larger orders than ever be
fore to our New York agency.
The year 4880 therefore begins with
Haltering prospects for farmers, tucchnx
ics and all other ?laborers alike. The
financial pulse ot the country-is steadily
improving and having returned almost
to a hard money basis, we shall gradu
ally but Mirely recover our former pres
tige and the so long declining prosperity
of our beautiful Southern laud, JJeing
(Irmly impressed with the fore-shadow
ing* oft hese approaching events we have
made arrangements commensurate with
the demands they will disclose.
.Our Agent in New York is already in
receipt oj our instructions directing Jilm
to lie oil the alert for ever^' sale and fail
ure as well as every house toilcriugon
diu brink ol bankruptcy, so that he, with
cash in hand may lake in every bargain
and thus enable us during .the.present
year nut only to increase our own re
sources, but to become also a .never
changing source of assislauco to our
friends by selling them goods Jar below
tbe wholesale market of New York.
It was the credit system that paralysed
out industries in the past und caused so
many interests to droop and wither while
every article needed for family coustiiup
lion doubled in value. Thus while labor
was inadequately compensated, goods o_f
every description approached almost fab
ulous prices tind the daily sweat ot a
man's brow buiady i> undue*! lor-himself
ami family the commonest necessaries.uf
life. Too much credit will always create
demands greater than the sources of sup
ply will satisfy, hence everything takes
an upward tendency under its operations.
Ou (he other hand casii transactions will
uiykc the supply larger than the demand
and consequently goods fall to bottom
prices when this rule prevails.
W e pay cash lor all our goods before
I hey leave the place bought from. Hence
our ability (independent of our unrivaled
hicilitjes tor buying) to outstrip and un
dersell all our competitors. The mer
chant who bujs on time, (and who of
tlietii doesn't) not only has to pay the high
est prices fur phut tlvpy get but also the.
a tdiiioiial percentage added op all credit
.-ales. Now all this comes out of the con
sumer, the man who patronizes the thno
merchant ut home, it will at once ho
perceived that the dilleteuce between us
is vtiM indeed, and that the buyer on
credit system cannot purchase goods at
market prices, w hile we, by paying cash,
gel the mostextraordinary bargains at a
large discount on wholesale fta.sji prices,
ii is therefore quite easy tor us to sell
below oiher merchants and guarantee
perfect satisfaction in every case.
Our sjkstem is one-of our own, and has
many advantages which we shall not ex
plain, but let it sollte" that the larger
purl lull oi' ihe benefits arising from iL are
reaped bv our friends ami patrons, aud
by it ?e have established a reputation
near aud dear to US. With honesty, fair
dealing, quick sales and small prolits as
our watchwords we have conquered the
deilpni of high prices and forced from
him the acknowledgement that he has
bcpti systeinaiical'y swindling und de
l ram Hug the people.
j We have demonstrated to thousands
in this and oilier counties that it is pos
sible when dealing with a fair and honor
able merchant who buys strictly for cash,
io purchase goods at prices which were
current before ihe war. To buy and sell
good.- does not necessarily imply that to
bo successful one must cither be a con
scienceless extortioner or a grasping
jShylock. as in every oilier calling the
merchant can dignity and ennoble his
proli'ss'iun or be can sink it into iniquity
and trail its courtly garments through
cesspools Of deceit, dishonesty, Irnud and
double distilled misrepresentations, lie
can be a blessing or a curse to his coun
try. As lor us we prefer a good name
with a slow but steady increase i.i busi
ness to ihe gouging process which makes
one merchant rich to-day and a thousand
\u*jV homers penniless ami bread less tor
Ours is the true plan, by adopting it
you avoid the Scylla of credit on the one
?i.ie anil the Charybdis of a lein cxecu
iion on ihe other. To trade with us is to
insure satisfaction, increase your wealth
ami general prosperity. Week after
week during ihe present year WO shall
spread daily upon our counters u stock
ol gotnis a.-, varied US the leaves of the.
loresl. A cordial -'iviiaiion is extended
lo every one who reads this circular to
give u? a call, no trouble to show goods
or answer questions.
We will sell tor one dollar cash what
.mil wid pay three for in October If you
buj on credit. We ouy direct from the
cheapest markets in America tor cash
iess ihe huge discount, aud can and will
sed as low as tue wholesale merchants
ol i harlestoll, New York or Italtbuore,
and lo those w bo lavor us with their reg
ular custom we oiler as rare inducements
as were ever offered ill mis or any other
community Our goods arrive weekly
juiiil must he sold, look to your interest
ami c.dl on us when you \'isil toWU.
Farmers, look to, your, own welfare,
you who have sunk low aud lower each
succeeding \ ear while the middle uM-'U,
armiud you have grown rich in comforts
aud wealth, you have barely lived bX
working from sun to sun the year round',
while Olheis have added thousands io
I heir already plethoric treasures, by soli
ling on credit to you in tfie spaing aud
collecting in October aud Nobuiuber the
-weal siuhied prolfis ol many a merciless
naigain. ].et our thrillers eschew this
m imurc aud learn to watch as well as
p 1*113 ? lei them break Iromtheold beaten
path- ol credit and ruin, aud de-maud an
iqmvahnt for their money. Let them
aspire to higher and greater achieve
I'o this end we therefore cordi dly in
vile our iriemls to give us frequent calls
ami we uuatajitce that not one in u thous
and will ever leave our counters dissatis
ited. Kespeellully yours,
C. D. KORTJOHK,
Auction and Commission Merchant,,
Orougehurg, S. C.
Tlx* monsier liooiu is broken, d^adtand-,
buried, recoiling on its origiuaioiu itll'li
currying them down hi the great urash,
uimd ihe coulu-iou and lunnoij Kurljohu
keeps cool looking where to invent' in
bankrupt and Loom stocks, which must
now be sold to meet umpiring paper ami
for ihe next week you will Und tbe.fol^
lowing goods ut, t.Jio>e low prices at, his
si ore i
Nails 5 eenis per lb. fpr a'.l sires.
Sugars 8. 9. 1.0. 11 cents.
Collce 12 1-2, 10. 10, 21).
Bacon 7 l-*}_eents.
Hams, uhoice. 8 cents.
Embroidery 3. 5. 7, 8, 10 10 23 cents.
Ktoiir dull and declining.
Dress Guilds. .Merino 10 cents.
Laces 6 10 15 cents.
Syrup, best New Orleans, CO cents.
Homespuns 6 IO 8 cents.
Long Gloih. yard wide, 0 cents.
B?rgaius in t inware and Crockery.
C. D. KOlU'dOlfN.
Orangcbiirg. S. C., .May 7, 1SS ?7-8,11