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,?- Pupox' ibr tlio I*e.oi>lp?
Open from hulf-past 8 to 10 o'clock A.
M.. and iroui half-past 10 A. M. to 4 P.
" Columbia nu\U closes ,at 10 A. M. and
.the Charleston mail at halfpast? P. M.
On Tuesdays aud Fridays a mall for
Feldervillo, yauees Ferry und Holly Hill
closes at ihalf-past 7 A. M.
On Fridays a mail for Knott's Mills)
"Witt's Mjlls and ltishes' Store closes a,
.half-past .2 P. M.___
Orangeihjrg, S. C, July 1G, 1880.
Notice.?Wo have made arrange
ments with tho proprietors of the
News and Courier to club their mam
moth Weekly with tho Democrat at
$8 per annum, for both papers, cash
Lecture.?A lecture will be de
livered at the rooms of the Young
Men's Christian Association by Prof.
J. W. Stokes, of Tennessee, on Mon
day evening at half-past 8 o'clock.
The public are invited.
Twinkle, twinkle little star, and
light the way of yonder pedestrian to
tho drug store of Dr. J. G. Wanna
maker to buy a bottle of Coussens
Lightning Liniment to cure his rheu
matism, lame back. Price 5 cents. I
Returned.?Messrs. T. L. Wanna
maker and A. D. Cannon have re
turned from their mountain t rip. Our
young friends enjoyed the fun hugely,
and come back prepared to stand a
hundred degreos of Fahrenheit and
Personal.?Mr. 11. Frank Slater
and wife took the train on Wednes
day morning for the up-country
where they propose to spend a few
weeks at tho springs and sight-seeing
among the mountaius. Wc wish them
a nice time and a uafc return home.
Hurrah 1?The first campaign gun
for Hancock and English iu the coun
ty, and perhaps in the State, was
fired by our gifted townsman, Major
T. B. Whaley in the fork last week.
The speech was eloquent, full of pat
riotic fire and effective upon his hear
Dr. T. A. Elliott.?We were
pleased to see the venerable Dr. T.
A. Elliott diiviug out on Wednesday
evening last. The Doctor looks bet
ter than we expected to find him af
ter such a season of suffering, and
we earnestly hope he may recover
his usual health and strength. ^
Meeting.?Tho Sunday " School
Missionary Society of the St. Paul's
Church wi'l bold their monthly meet
ing next Sunday in the Methodist
Church at half-past 4 o'clock. Ap
propriate exercises by the children,
and a short address will make up the
service. The public are cordially in
vited to attend.
Edgefield Co., S. C, April 9.
1879.?Dr. L. T. Hill:?'1 hi? certifies
that I have used your Hepatic
Panacea, for diseases of Liver and
Dyspepsia. I can safely say that it
has benefitted mc more than any
other midicine I have ever taken. E.
V. Addison. For sale by S. A.
Painful Accident.?Mr. John A.
Zeigler, a salesman in tho store of
Messrs. Bull and Scovillo, while on a
step ladder taking clown goods from
an upper shelf, lost his fooling and,
falling across the top of a barrel,
painfully injured oimsclf. We are
pleased to state that he is doing well,
and will soon be out.
Storm.?A severe storm of wind
and rain passed over Dr. A. S. Sal
ley's place on Monday evening last,
tearing fruit trees from the grouud,
up-rooting and breaking off large
trees, and leveling fencing to the
ground. The fall of rain was unusu
ally heavy, filling up branches and
creeks that have been dry all the sea
Good Crop.?Our farming friends
of St. Matthews, who suffered so se
verely last year from drouth and
storms, report excellent crops of both
corn and cotton in that section this
season. Reports from a few other
communities, however, arc not so fa
vorable especially with regard to the
cprn qrpp which passed through the
fruiting season before the rains came.
State Normal Institute.?Hon.
Hugh S. Thompson, State Superin
tendent of Education, gives notice
that a Normal Institute will be held
at Spar tan burg from the 3d to the
97th of August. The exercises Jwill
he conducted by eminent teach
ers, and tuition will bo free. All
white teachers are urged to avail
themselves of this opportunity for
improvement. Arrangements with
nearly all the railroads have been
made for tho issue of cheap round
trip tickets for the term.
BKE,yi.iita.--?)ii. for a cpoi piacc.
Marriageable ladies fay.or tho unit
EcUsto river is on the rise and Or
angeburg fisherman are happy.
Tho census returns for Orangeburg
.County have been completed.
Our town is froo froiu all epidemics.
Searchers for health should note this.
We welcome Mr. N. II. Bull aud
his beautiful young bride home from
their bridal tour.
Mr. J. T. Butler presented us last
Wednesday with the bnndsoines' rose
we have seen in a .coop's age.
Tho County Medical Association
met here on Monday lasj,. Dr. A. S.
Hydrick was elected president.
"Hero I am reading a borrowed pa
per again. I should bo more manly
? and independent and subscribe."
It takes something moro than good
clothes to make a gentleman ; he can
be distinguished in any garb.
Mr. J. S. Albergotti was prostrat
ed by heat on Saturday last. Wo are
glad to learn that he is out again.
Dr. M. G. Salloy has removed his
residence from Baxter's hotel to E. P.
Slater's, where he can hereafter be
Glass ball shcoting is the popular
diversion of tho season. Three teams
urc organized and arc in constant
St. George's is noted for three
tilings. Narrow streets, clever young
men and handsome young ladies, but
especially for her handsome young
At thirty we are all trying to cut
our names in big letters upon the
wall of this tenement of life; twenty
years later we have carved it or shut
up the jacknife.
We understand that considerable
money changed hands on the result
of the game of base ball 'ast Tuesday
afternoon, tho friends of the respec
tive clubs having bet freely on them.
Mr. J. I. Sorrentrue, to keep up
with the increasing demands of his
trade has added a crockery and glass
ware department to his large stock,
also a fresh supply of lamps and fix
Democrats, arouse from your
lethargy and go to work for your
country. While you have your heel
upon your enemy's neck, keep it
there. They are squirming, und a
stitch lost will give us trouble.
A correspondent, "Old Guard," of
the Christian Neighbor,-in the last is
sue of that paper, attacks the Hev. O.
A. Darby for preaching a sermon to
soldiers. This does not accord with
tho writer's ideas of peace, and hence
You muy not believe it, but try it
and you will be convined that Porta
line, or Tabler'8 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; Wannamaker. 1
Two juvenile base balls clubs, the
Hancock and the Grange, of which
our little friends, Bobbie Izlar and
Freddie Wannamaker, are captains,
respectively, played a match game
last week. The Hancocks was the
victor by a score of 17 to 11.
An exchange says there was recent
ly killed in the Kentucky river a cat
fish weighing 178 1-2 pounds. This
is, of course, a lie. If it had been
said that a trout weighing that
amount had been caught, we should
have believed it. We have caught
them ourselves nearly as large as
that, and our luck never amounted to
Compound Extract Buchu, com
posed of bucbll leaves, dandelion
root, acetate potash, juniper berries,
praeiza brava, and calinsonia root.
All of which are highly valued diur
etics, kidney stimulants and depur
ants. The failure of the actions of
the kidneys is a source of many dis
tressing diseases. This medicine
I produces a hearty action of the
kidneys, removes from the blood the
I urea and uric acid, which if allowed
to remain and accumulate would in
duce rheumatism, gooty affections,
pains in back and loins. This valua
ble medicine is for sale by Dr. J. G.
Wannamaker. Price 75 cents per bot
Edisto Rifles.?At the annual
meeting of the Edisto Rifles the fol
lowing officers were elected to serve
the ensuing year: Samuel Dibble,
Captain ; G. W. Brunson, First Lieu
tenant ; F. S. Dibble, Second Lieu
tenant ; L. II. Wannamaker, Third
Lieutenant; 4. M. Brunson, First
Sergeant; C. P. Brunson, Second Ser
geant ; T. L. Wannamaker, Third
Sergeant; T. O. S- Pibble, Fourth
Sergeant; M. B. Sistrunk, Fifth Ser
geant ; W. L. Izlar, First Corporal;
G. A. Ncufler, Second Corporal; J.
A. Holman, Third Corporal; J. I.
Sorontrue, Fourth Corporal; Dr. M.
G. Salloy, Surgeon ; and Rev. O. A.
New Mail Route.?Wo learn thai
a new post route has been established
between Recvcsvillo and sDmo point
on tho Five Notch road with itwo post
ofllces; one, '-Connor'si" located ut
Mr. Irvin Connors, und the other
probably near Aycr's Shop. This is
quite an improvement and wo wish
similar routes might be established iu
other sections of the county where
iu ,il facilities are but little enjoyed.
Ninety-Six, S. C, April 14,1879.?
Dr. L. T. Hill.?I have been sulTer-l
ing from indigestion and dyspepsia
for some time; had no appetite, and
was yery restless at night. I pur
chased a bottle of your Hepatic Pan
acea, and was surprised how rapidly
I Improved after taking a few doses..
I used one bottle, and now I rest
well at night and have a good appe
tite. B. J. Spratt. For sale by S.
House Killed.?On Sunday after
noon while Mr. D. E. Cannon was
driving out, his horse took fright near
tho depot and soon became unman
ageable. After upsetting iuu buggy
and kicking himself loose the frantic
horse ran against a piece of board at
the corner of Russell street which
penetiated his breast, and after run
ning a few hundred yards down the
street fell dead. Mr. Cannon was
only siightly injured, but the buggy
was a total wreck. The horse had
only been purchased a few weeks by
To Young Men.?We have been
requested by Col. M. Glover, Chair
man Committee on Library and Read
ing Room of the Young Men's Chris
tian Association, to publish the fol
lowing : The young men of Orange
burg arc most cordially and earnestly
invited to visit the rooms of the As so
ciatton, which ore open every eve
ning (except Sunday) from half-past
8 to half-past 10 o'cloock. We have
on lile the News and Courier, Frank
Leslie's Illustrated Weekly, Orange
burg Democrat, Oraugcburg Times,
New Yolk World, Frank Leslie's
Sunday Magazine, Chicago Watch
man, Southern Christian Advocate,
and other papers. There arc also in
our rooms a parlor organ, a chess
board,.v;-d a number of interesting
books, Bible class every Tuesday
evening ; prayer meeting every Fri
day ? evening, and a short religious
service every Sunday afternoon at
half-past G o'clock.
Match Gam<^-?The second lu u
series of match games to be played
by the Junior Base Ball Club of Or
angeburg with the Red Stocking
Club of Camden came off on Tuesday
afternoon last at 3 o'clock, with a
score of 3G to 35 in favor of the
Juuiors. This sets the clubs even,
our boys having been defeated in the
first game at Camden, and necessi
tates a third game to decide the con
test. Quite a number of our citizms
attended, both ladies and gcnlletren,
and as a couscqucnce the playing was
splendid and exciting, first one club
and then the other being ahead, and
when the score of one in favor of our
Orangeburg boys was read out at the
conclusion of the game, there was a
genera! shout of triumph sent up by
all hands together. The Camden
club with their friends left Wednes
day morning for home, pleased with
their visit and not at all sore be
cause of their defsat.
y. ivl c. a.
According to notico given a Dis
trict Convention of the Young Men's
J Christian Association was organized
at St. Georges last Friday, July 10,
by W. A. Betts, State Secretary,
with the following ofliccrs: L. B.
ilaynes, President; Geo. M. Rumph
und A. L. Yates, Vice-Presidents;
F. S. Dibble, Secretary. The organ
ization being completed the Conven
tion at once entered upon such pre
liminary arrangements as werodeoni
ed necessary for a pleasant and pro
fitable, session. A Bible reading,
"What the Biblo says of itself," con
ducted by L. B. Ilaynes, constituted
the devotional services for Saturday
morning, und proved to be a most in
teresting and instructive occasion.
This feature of Bible study being new
in this community, was very attrac
tive, and will possibly bo profitably
introduced as a material part of
Christian work in the St. Ceorge's
Association, which is now in a most
Tho first subject for discussion,
?'How to study the Bible," was then
called up and discussed at length by
Mr. A. L. Yates and Dr. J. P. Mcllard,
and afterwards by several members
of tho Convention in short speeches.
?'How to teach tho Bible," tho next
subject, was ably treated by Dr. T.
II. Abbott and Mr. F. S. Dibble, and
others, who presented tho subject in a
practical way, throwing such light
upon this important Christian duty
as will enable workers to bo moro
jealous and fruitful in tho future.
In tUo attcrnoon, "Association
work in small .towns," was taken up
by Mr. W. A. Betts, who proved
himself to be an experienced laborer
in this part of tho Master's vineyard,
"Making Association Meetings Affec
tive" was the subject of most inter
esting and instructive addresses by
Mr. Geo. M. Humph and Dr. Wm.
"What cnu be done for boys in
small town" filled up the evening hour
and was made a souice of very pre
cious instruction by Rev. P. F. Kiat
At nine o'clock on Sunday morning
Mr. W. A. Betts conducted a second
Biblo reading, taking for his subject
''Christian work and its rewards."
This was one of the most interesting
services of the Convection.'
In the afternoon Mr. L. B. Haynes
took charge of the Sunday School,
and by easy transitions lead the lit
tle ones from the creation of heaven
and earth to man, and then to the
subject of the lesson. This service
wnsi intensely interesting, and the
children of St. George's will long
hold in i leasant memory Mr. Haynes
and his inimitable mode of conduct
ing Sunday Schools. Immediately
after the conclusion of the Sunday
School services, Rev. P. F. Kistler
delivered to a very large congrega
tion one of the mojst feelingly instruc
tive and strengthening discourses to
which we have iver listened. The
sermon was designed mainly for
young men but was eminently appro
priate and profitable to every one
who heard it.
In the evening a praise meeting
was couducted bv Mr. F. S. Dibble.
After the praise 4ueeting there was a
consecration service, in which every
member took part. So completely
full of scriptural enjoyment was this
last, service that every one felt its
strengthening influence upon his
heart, and in the^grasp of the hand
pledged anew his energies and talente
to the Master's service. It was in
deed a consecration service and end
ed with a copioug outpouring cf the
blessing of God upon every one in
tho large congregation. Then came
the hour of parting, when quite a
number of delegates made farewell
speeches. The place of next meeting
was left in the bunds of the Executive
KNOWkTON & LATHRO-O,
Attorneys aV1 CounsuUors^^^
ORANGK.wfcrVir," -X C
ANDREW 0. DIBBLE,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Corner St. Paul ami Church Sts.
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
Attorney and Connsellor at Law
(Cor. Church & St. Paul's" Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
JAS. F. IZLArT
Attorney and Counsellor
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
Olllce corner Court House Square and
Church street, the same lately owned
and occupied by Wm. M. Hutsou, Esq.
June 11, 1SS0?tf
l. s. wolfe, d. d. s./
Graduate of Baltimore Dental College.
Olllce over D. Louis' Store,
Oilers bis professional services to the citi
zens of Orimgeburg and adjoining coun
Teeth extracted without pain by the
use of Nitrous Oxtd* Gas, the safest an
aesthetic known to science. Satisfaction
Jan. :i?, 1S80?ly
T would respectfully inform the public
J. that I am still carrying on the Dress
Making business at the siore next door
to' Mrs. Vince formerly occupied by A.
iL Lewin. Patronage solicited aud sat
isfaction guaranteed. Dresses will be
made In the latest style and at short no
tice. Domestic Patterns kept constant
ly on hand for sale aud will bo supplied
to customers at reasonable rates.
MBS. L. M. SMOAK,
Mar. lo- 18S0?tf Dress Maker.
W, B. THOMPSON,
Russell Street and Railroad Avenue,
Oilers to the public a well selected stock
He guarantees satisfaction to all who
will favor hni with a call.
W. E THOMPSON,
OllaNGEBURG, S. C.
.OIUNGEWUKG, S. 0.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form tUo.pub?c tiiat he is every day re.
ceiving largo additions to his already
large stock in all the different branches
and that tlio same will be disposod of at
his old motto, "Large saleH and snial
I am also receiving now and have in
store the following popular brands .of
Etiwau Dissolved Bone.
Kaiuit 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 Mauufac-|
tory in the world.)
and have received a lot of their One, Two
and Three Horse Wagons, also Plows
this week. Give me a call and see for
GEORGE H. COltNELSON.
Sept. 10, 187!).
A. F. H. DUKES,
BRANCHVILLE, S. C,
Is now opening a large and complete
embracing everything in that line.
He also keeps on hand a large stock of |
He is agent for the celebrated
BROWN COTTON GIN.
A.. F. H. DUKES,
BRANCHVILLE, S. C.
Cotton Gins I Presses.
"Y^E still have the Agency for the
nif1 Bflliaijle Winship Gin,
Which Ware prepared*^JU^SijJj^j*^1
with or without the Self-FeederalTu foff-*
Winship Patent Cotton Press
all of which are
THE BEST IN THE MARKET
and need no recommendation from us.
We are polling them under tbo guarantee]
of th'j manufacturers, and at tlu-ir prices
and terms; parties in need of Gins or |
Presses will tiud it to their interest to call
and see us, or send for our Circular and
prices before placing their orders else
BULL & SCOVILL,
OltANGEBURG, S. C.
June 25th, 1S80?Cm
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I
Never Grts Hard.
Can dk Made ant 8tue.ngtu Dbsirbd. Lait
Twice as Loko.
SUeuet Curd without Drugging th? Syrtes.
Cliilh and Fever, ($&\
Sick & Nervous
These Puts Cure all Diseases bv AbsorpUoa. No
Noxious Pill?, Oils, or Poisonous Medicines are taken
into U<o Stomach. Tho Pads ore worn over Uio Pli
of the Stomach, covering the Great Nerve Centres,
also Uio Liver and 8tomach. A RenUa Vefcctablo
lonlo Is absorbed Intotheclroulationof Uie Blood and
i Jver.purifyInKUysUlood.sUmulfttlne the Llvcrand
Kidneys to healthy action, and strenRthenlnR tho
btomach to digest food. Phicb of Paps $1 and tfl
kacii. Sold dv all DnuocisTs.or sent l<y Moil
or Express. '
Manufactured nt 89 & 41 North Liberty St,
For Salo by
8. A. REEVES.
Just arrived in the latest stylos.
l|AT Atjp SIIAWL PINS,
and every thing else In my line.
Fresh supply Of
LANDRETH'S TURNIP SEED
Will ho in July 1st.
"V.r. IP, Xlot>insoii,
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
Russell Street, Orangeburg, S. C.
Jan. 10, 1880-ly
The Taylor Gin.
r^ms superior Cotton Gin . Is . closely
A instated by other.glus, but, Laving
secured its patent name by a dooree of
court the makers .control the features of
original merit and havo added all the
latest improvement!!, it now has the
patent round breast, the brush belt is
self adjusting, its spued is at the highest
point, and it runs as light as any iirst
'THE TAYLOR GIN
IT IS THE HOST COMPLETE,
IT IS THE MOST DURABLE.
Orders were refused at the factory last
year as they .came An .too .late. Order
John A. Hamilton.*.
Orangeburg, S. C.
Oct 11, 1879.
How Watches are Made.
IT will be apparent to any one who will
examine a Solid Gold Watch, that
aside from tbo necessary thickness for
engraving and polishing, a large propor
tion of the precious metal used, is need
ed only to stillen and bold the engraved
portions in piace, and supply the neces
sary solidity and strength. The surplus
gold is actually needless so far as utili
ty and beauty are concerned. Jn JAMES
BOSS1 PATEN T GOLD WATCH CASES
this waste of precious metal is overcome,
and the samk solidity and STRENGTH
produced at from ono-tblrd to one-half
of the usual cost of solid cases. Tbo pro
cess is of the moat simple nature, as lot
lows: a plate of nickle composition met
al, specially adapted to tbo purpose, has
two plates of solid oold soldered oue
on eaeli side. The threu are then passed
between polished steel rollers, and the
result Is a strip of heavy plated composi
tion, from wlUcb the cases, backs, cen
tres, bezels, are cut and shaped by
.suitable dies and formers. The gold in
these eases is sufficiently thick to admit
of all kinds of chasing, engraving and
enamelling; tho engraved cases have
been carried until worn perfectly
smooth b}- time and use without remov
ing the gold.
THIS IS THE ONLY CASE MADE
WITH TWO PLATES OF SOLID GOLD
AND WARRANTED BYT SPECIAL
For sale by all Jewelers. Ask for Il
lustrated Catalogue, and to see warrant.
March 12, 1880?ly
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
On and after May 10th, 1S80, Passen
ge.' Trains on this road will run as fol
lows : (till further orders.)
GREENVILLE EXPRESS TRAIN.
LuaVO UOlUUiblU.10 v Ml
" ".J2 15 p in
Arrive at Camden.,.7 45 pm
Leave Orangeburg.0 05 p in
?* ,k .$4 15pu
Arrive at Charleston.*9 q0 p m
.X7 30 p m
'Daily e*MfrHinrlTMi +?'"irliTj" ttgjfa
^> GOING WEST.
???tfo'Charleston at.5 45 n m
Leave Orangeburg at.8 40 a m
Leave Camden at.7 00 a m
Arrive at Columbia.10 30 a m
Way Freight and Passenger Trains.
* Leave Columbia.5 10 a tu
Arrive at Camden.12 00 in
Leave Orcngeburg.10 08 a m
Arrive at Charleston.2 00 p m
kl Augusta.3 25 p m
* Leave Charleston.9 00 a in
Leave Augusta.8 00 a m
Arrive at Columbia.5 37 p m
* Passengers leaving Columbia or
Charleston on these traius have to change
cars at Brancbvllle to reach Cbarloston
at 2 00 p m or Columbia at 5 37 p ui.
Night Express Train.
Leave Columbia.*0 30 p m
Leave Orangeburg. 12 32am
Arrive at Augusta. 7 50a m
Arrive at Charleston.0 20 a m
?Passengers taking this train will have
to change cars at Branchville to reach
Charleston 0.20 a. m., if not in sleep
er. Regular Accommodation train will
arrive at 8 00 a ui.
Leave Charleston.9 05 p m
Leave Augusta.7 40 p m
Leave Orangeburg.2 45 a m
Arrive at Columbia.0-10 a m
New Yoik Express.
Leave Orangeburg.5 47 a m
Arrive at Orangeburg.9 57 p m
The Greenville Express and Night Ex
press will run daily, All other trains
run daily except Sundays. Sleeping
Cars are attactied to Night Express.
Berths only ?1 50 to Charleston or Au
gusta. These trains make connections
at Charleston with New York and Balti
more Steamers on Wednesdays and Sat
urdays, also with Florida Steamers on
Tuesdays and Saturdays. The Night
Express imiko connections with 7 a m
train on S ?& C Railroad forSavnuah and
Florida points. Connections made by
o.her trains at Augusta with trains from
and to that point, also with all trains
from and to Charleston.
The train leaving Columbia at!) 30 p
m and arriving at 0 10 a m makes clo:?c
connections at Kmgsville with the New
York Dxpress Trains, to which Is at
tached a Pullman Sleeping Car, running
through between Augusta and New
York without change.
On Saturday and Sundays, round trip
tickets are sold to and from all stations
at one tlrst-olass fare for the round trip
good till Monday noon to return
D. C. ALLEN,
Gen. Pass, and T. Agt.
JonN B. Peck, Gen. supt.
J. G. Postkll, Agt Orangeburg.
BTTVDT/" ? 7Tt \
IN PLANTATION GOODS,
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
St, Matthewg S, 0.
We respectfully call tho attention of
the farmers to our general stock
of GOODS and solicit a call whenever
they visit St. Matthews, A full and
fresh stock constantly In store.
GLORIOUS 2STEOTS !!
IN IXRY GOODS.
Calicoes at Six and a Quarter Cents.
.Calicoes at Six and a Quarter Cents.
Calicoes at Six and a Quarter Cents.
? Culicoes,at Six and a Quarter Cents.
?Calicoes at Six nud.a Quarter- Cents.
New and Fashionable Goads received
.Linen Ulsters, /
White Lawn Basques,
Neatly trimmed from*$L25 up.
GEE AT ASSORTMENT
Embroideries. Laces, Ribbons, Gloves,
Parasols, Ruchings, Neck Ties in all the
late styles and very low in prloes.
We invite particular attention to our
im me use stock of
Latest Novelties being constantly added.
Selling out and Cheap.
Remember we have the finest, best and
HATS, SHIRTS, SHOES, and
And don't forget to cal at
Orangeburg, S. C, Oct. 10,1879.
A NEW STORE.
F. A. SCHIFFLEY,
(One door above Dr. Patrick's.)
J HEREBY INFORM MY FRIENDS
that I have on my own account, 'com
menced a Grocery Business?will keep
only the best goods, and ?eil cheap for
Cash, and any patronage be?towed will
be appreciated. Respectfully,
F, A, SCHIFFLEY.
ORANGERURG, S. C.
May 14, 1SS0 3m.
J. DEE ANDREWS
WOULD respectfully inform the citi
zeus of Orangeburg that he has in
charge the stock and fixtures of Z. J.
King, at Wallace Cannon's old stand.
Main street, where he will be glad to serve
bis friends and'tbe public with anything
in his line of trade. Everything fresh
aud pure and guaranteed to give satisfac
tion. A full line of goods kept constantly
on hand.. Born aud raised In Orange
burg, I hope to receive a liberal share of
the patronage of my fellow citizens.
J. DEE ANDREWS.
BLACKBERRY BRANDY at Wallace
Cannon's old stand.
Pure CORN and RYE Whiskies fur
salo at Wallace Cannon's old stand.
For pure Champaigne Lager Beer go
to Wallace Cannon' old stand. Families
supplied by the do^en?goods delivered
free of charge.
Seltzer Water, for disarrangement of
the bowels and kidneys, for sale low at
Wallace Cannon's old stand.
The ' Cotton Boll," the tinest live cent
Cigar in town, for sale at Wallace Can
non's old stand. Don't forget it.
Soda Water, fresh, by the bottlo, at
Wallace Cannon's old stand.
May 28, 1S80?ly
DO you suffer with headache?
O you feel dull and languid?
Does your appetite fail you?
Is your Liver out of order?
Have you a metalic taste in 3-0111*
Have you dyspepsia or Indigestion?
OR, LIVER CURE,
And get immediate relief. It never falls,
as hundreds will tc.u.ity who have used it
and have been bouelltted. It Is entirely
vegetable, certain in ita effects, and abso
lutely harmless. One trial will crmvhicn
you. DO WIE <fc MOISE,
Charleston, s. C.
For Sale by Dr. J. G. Waiuiamaker,
Orangeburg 8. C. AtxrU 31?0?iqi.