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A. Popov ioi* ll?o X*e.c>i>l*i.
II. G. SlIKltlDAN, ? ,, ? ,
I, , :? Proprietors.
Ja.mks L. .Sims, ) *
Ol*AKUK,lUJ.KO, S. C, Jm.y.W. JS.SO.
It will he aeeu by Ibis issue tbtit
we hay.o reduced the size of lue
^Dki?ocrat fro.Ai a seven to a six col
umn paper, And the price of subscrip
tion from .$1.00 to ?1.00. We make
ktbis ciiauge on what we.cancei.ve to be
sound -business principles, and do not
propose to relax our efforts n single
iota in giving the citir.ens of Orange
Lurg a first-class paper?ouo in every
way worthy of thoir patronage and
enppott. We hope by this reduction
in price to ,placc the Democrat in the
bands of every family in tiio county.
To those whose period of subscription
has not expired, a proper deduction
will be made to correspond to the
present price ofthc paper.
It will be seen by the proceedings
*of <J?e Counly Executive Committee
that the 25th of August next is ap
pointed fcr the meetiug of the liomi
nating convention. In order that Ibis
body may accomplish the largest
nnjpunt of good for the parly and
county, it is very desirable that the
clubs select their best men as dele
gates?men who can lay aside self
and personal prejudices and address
thempclvcs to tho interest of their
country. The success of Democracy
end tho welfare of our people de-,
mand that a ticket be put in the
field that can command the cordial
support of every voter in the counly.
To secure this end we would suggest
that each club hohl primary elections
pnd the candidate that gets the high
est number, of votes for each ollicc bo
supported by the delegates at the
County Convention, and the candi
date that receives the next highest
be held in reserve as a second choice
fSueh a course will disarm lingism,
thwart wire-pulling and secure iu the
ticket, as nearly as possible, the coi
rect sentiment of the people. It will
make the labor of the convention
comparatively light by enabling it to
elect a nominee on the first or second
ballot. Such a plan favors instructed
delegations, but only so far ns voting
for nominees is concerned, in every
thing e'se it leaves tho delegates un
trammelcd and free to act as they
deem best for the public good.
Where candidates are known and the
offices to be filled are pf personal in
terest to the people, instructed dele
gations is the policy for nominating
Dow Accepts. ??
Gep. Jtfeale Dow, Presidential can
didato of the National Prohibitionist,
has written bis letter of acceptance
and comes out squarely for tho sup
pression of the liquor traffic 1 hrough
out the country. He is outspoken
and to the point, leaving no comfort
for dram drinker?, whiskey sellers
and beer brewers. His pluck is good
but his chances for election are hope
lessly slim. Indeed the party of
wjpph he is the standard bearer is iu
as hopeless a minority in tins country
to-d;?y ub the Abolition idea was when
iiist conceived and promulgated by
Lord Broughham in England. If,
however, whiskey slavery can bo sup
pressed ami finally abolish'd within
J.he same time and even at the same cost
asjiumap. sjavery was, then civilization
will have woo another great victory
and America the theater of another
great civil revolution- There is but
Jittle difference ip the criminality ol
the old slavp trade and tho present
liquor traffic, and thcro is as much
legal right in the ope as in tho other ;
whitest thp opposition to the spread
of the Christian religion is a thous
and times as great in the whiskey
traffic as in tho slave trade. The
amount of human suffering caused by
the two cannot be compared, so great
js the odd8 in favor of whiskey. The
Republican party bceamo the cham
pion of Brougham's idea in America
and its only grand achievement was;
tlie abolition of human slavery ; why !
rony not the Democratic party become :
the champion in. America of the l'10-j
hihilioncet's idea and let one of its |
grandest achievements be the aboli
tion of the whiskey traffic.
?The Conwayboro'Tolephono savs
'be Independents arp at work in!
Jloiry county spreading the seeds of
discontent and striving to disorgan-j
jze the Democracy.
Ii is generally believed that tho
Radical parly have decided lo put a
stale liehet in the Held, not with the
hope of electing it, but lo create an
enthusiasm in the lower counties,
where the colored people are suppos
ed to ho in the majority, in order
that the entire negro vote may be
polled. The design is lo elect one
or two Congressman and their local
officers wherever they may ho able to
do so. Messrs. Karle, Melton, Cor
bin and a few other old leaders, arc
mentioned as being at tho head of
the stale movement, while Mackey
and Wallace aspire to congressional
j honors. The County ticket will be
engineered by such old teamsters as
Bolivcr, Livingston, Webster, Dun
can and Strakcr. Indeed the Orange
burg Radicals are already on the trail
as the late meeting of the leaders in
our town indicates and the^suhsequcnl
activity among tho Court House gen
try. The order has already gone
forth for two and three days meetings
with Ihc purpose of making tho pul
pit an agency in then diabolical
scheme. The clans ore lo gather at
mid night in country localities to be
organized and instructed in the mys
teries of the new order. Every agen
cy will bo brought to bear upon our
colored voters and if they maintain
their independence it will be through
Jgr.-at tribulations and trials. Let us
re nind our colored friends Ilia', in
Ulis new scheme the white Radicals
will cat the Uesh and the negro the
bones, just like it was in llic days
ol 1808 and 1870. The Democratic
party, where you are offered a propcu
share of the olliecs, is . your only
[salvation from political slavery.
The surrender of the aimics of the
Confederate Stales in 1SG5 was ihe
grandest opportunity this country
ever knew for their conquerors to rise
above party and power anil i lace,
and, with a charity us broad as this
noble country itself, to bury forever
sectional bitterness and to secure the
unity of the States by acts of ihe
purest philanthropy and the noblest
heroism. This only opportunity ol
performing the greatest act known in
history was lost by the Republihans
because, drunk with power, they di
vided the Slates, by unjust legisla
tion, and intensified sectional haired
by subjecting the South to a cruel
vandalism and creating race preju
dices as hitler as Northern adventur
ers were dishonest. By such disrep
utable means the Republican party
have lived and retained power ever
since tli2y first secured the control of
the government to the present lime.
The nomination of Mr. Garfield, a
strict scctioiialisl, indicates that Ibcy
propose to fight it out upon the same
line?race against race, North against
South and coior against co'or, and if
their policy bo successful, next No
vember will find us a divided country
and distracted races. On the other
hand the nomination of Gen. Han
cock seems to be a call for union and
harmony, because with him there is
no North, no South, no Vlast, no
West, no Mason and Dixon lino, no
color lino and therefore no sectional
hatred nor race prejudices. Every
Union Republican knows this?in
deed every intelligent man North re
cognize in Gen. Hancock, another
grand opportunity to make Ibis na
tion a union of states in fraternal
peace without sectionalism or race
prejudices, and they mean to do it.
The tide from Garfield lo Hancock
has already set in and will have
reached its flood when November
comes. Hancock is drawing sup
porters from every party, while Gar
field is losing some of his best follow
Commissioner Coit publishes a
statement saying that the amount of
bank bills counted and certified to by
Laughlin is $656,557.?$, and that j
the deficiency is $18,520.60. It has i
been suggested that Mr. Coit sheuld
decline the nomination of Coinptrol-j
ler-Gencral. We think this would hoi
a wist; and patriotic slop on the part
of Col. Coil, and would relieve the
party ol" a heavy load in the coming
campaign. No ono charges Colonel :
Coit with complicity or wrong in this '
matter, yet tho fraud was perpetrated |
in his office, and that fact is sufficient
for his wi hdrnwal from tho ticket.!
We roust look this thing square in !
the face, and do what is best for tho I
welfare of the whole party. We do !
not believe that Cploncl Coil can be
~ ' ; Wiry Not ?
Tho Congressional and judicial
Conventions uro culled to meet Au
gust 3, 1880, at Charleston. Mr. M.
P. O'Connor will and should ho. his
own successor in the Congressional
nomination for man}' reasons, but.we
object to Charleston's gobbling up
everything. As regards the Solicitor
ship we must be excused for saying a
word in repby to the Neios and Cou
rier's statement that '?the. hearty en
dorsement given by the County Con
vention to Mr. \V. St. Julien Jcrvoy,
j the present Circuit Solicitor, virtual'y
\ insures to him a nomination for that
oflice, as there is no other candidate
in the field from Charleston County,
and Charleston County will send
moic than four-fifths of the delegates
composing the Juduciul Convention."
This is supererogatory information
that is alarming to the citizens of Or
angeburg. Are wo to understand
that the mere endorsement of the
Charleston Convention is cause sulli
eient to secure the entire vote of the
Charleston delegation for a candidate
without reference to an)' claims Or
angeburg may have in the matter?
So far as numbers arc concerned we
know that the live delegates from Or
angeburg caunot outvote the twenty
from Charleston ; but other considera
tions should enter into the make up
of the ticket, especially since Orange
burg has an equal interest with Char
leston in this office, and is expected
to do her full share towards electing
whoever is nominated. If this rule
obtain in every election, Mr. Jcrvey
or anybody else, endorsed by the
Charleston Convention, can hold the
office ad injinituni, and it is no use for
the Orangebnrg members to attend.
I Wo suppose it will be very pleasant
for these live gentlemen.to visit the
city and attend the meeting of the
Judicial Convention and see bow
easily the Charleston delegation cau
provide a candidate for the Solicitor
ship of the First Circuit, but in no
event must they open their mouths
or they may be expelled from tho
Convention by tho four-fifths of which
our cotomporary boasts. 8&
A County Democratic Convention,
for the purpose of nominating candi
dates for the Slate Legislature, and
for county officers, and for such other
business as may be brought before
it, will bo held at Orangsburg, on the
fourth Wednesday in August, 18S3..
The various Democratic Clubs will
send delegates as follows:
One delegate for each club, and one
for every 25 enrolled members, frac
tions of 25 not to bo counted.
Our colored .fellow-citizens, who
are desirous of the continuance o(
good government, are earnestly in
j vited to organize clubs and send dele
gates to tho Convention, in order
; that they may be represented by can
didates of their choice, on the ticket
to be nominated.
By order of the Executive Commit
tee. J. L. Heidtman,
500, Yards Embroidery to clo.se
consignment, lower than ever this
I week just in a large lot of Wade &
[ Butcher's Razors and Pocket Knives.
Also Men, Boy's, Ladiec/ Hats to be
sacrificed to make room for new goods
! this weck. C. D. ICortjohn,
I maemmm mm11 i*MwMw ,^*im*r^j*""w
The Slate cf South Carolina,
j lly C. It. Glover, Esq., Probate Judge.
WHEREAS, Emannel E. Bull hath
made suit to mo. to gi-ant him i ict
tors of ?Admiuiuisiraiion of the Estate
anil ollects of Kdward A ? Sniith,dcceased,
'rinse are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and Credi
tors of the said Fdward A. Smith, bite of
I Orangeburg Comity, deceased, that they
bo and appear, before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Orangebnrg
I Courthouse on the l lth of August
; next, alter publication hereof, tit II
o'clock in the forenoon, to .-hew cause, if
I any they have, why the said Admin ist ra
i tion should not be granted
J Given under my Band, this 2Sth day of
Julv, Anno Domini 1SS0.
C. II. GLOVER,
Judge of Probate O. C.
July 30 -2(
Notice. . j
ALL persons indebted to tho Estate of I
. the late A. .s. Dukes. Sr.,are hereby
notified to make payment to the limlor
shrucd, ttl Uraucliville, S. ('., within
thirty days from dale, or the accounts
v. iii he pi ice ! in the hands <?! our attor
neys for collection.
A. 1". IL D?KES,
10. C. Ii. Dl K1CS,
Kiiin. hville, S. ('.. July ?_>.;. 1880. Ii
W'nh the consent of II. II. Salloy his
friends announce lihll as a candidate for
the olllco of Shcriii' of Orniigoburg Conn-!
i v. subject to l||u approval of the Deuio-,
oratio Convention, FRIENDS.
THE WORKING PEOPLE'S CAN
Messrs. Editors: \
Air. Hairpin Riggs is announced as a
At candidate Jbr the olllee of Clerk of the
Court for Orangeburg County. De has
heeii tried in olllee ami was never found
wanting in his duly.
+ TUE WORKING PEOPLE.
Please announce mo as a candidate for
the office of Clerk of the Court of Orange*
burg County at the ensuing election. 1
subject myself to the will of the delegates
<>t the Count}' Nominating Convention.
~ "FOR CLMiK^
Mr. Joseph E. Robinson is hereby an
nounced by bis many friends as :i candi
date lor the Olli CO Ol Clerk of Court, and
his claims are .submitted to the County
Democratic Convention, by the result of
Which be will abide. Should he receive
at the bauds of the people this olliee, (t
will he but what they intended to confer
in IS08 and again in 187(5. Eel hlru not
be deprived of enjoying what In "03 was
taken from hi in by force and in '70 by
j corruption and fraud. We believe him I
I to be the choice of the people, and know j
I him to be honest, zealous and efficient.
P.ease announce Mr. RoUERT Corns
as a candidate before the Democratic
I Convention for the olllco of Clerk of the
.Court. It is not necessary to say any
thing in his praise, or of bis peculiar
fitness lor the office. Ills services to
j country, state and county are wcll
! known by Many Democrats.
Messrs. Editors :
please announce Copt. F. M. Wonna
maker. of St. Matthews, a candidate for
Clerk of the Court, subject to the action
of the nominating Convention. It is use
less to say much for Capt. Wannatnakcr
as his services in the past are well known
ami we think appreciated'throughout
our county. Upright, honest and fully
competent will merit the trust reposed in
him. "Honor to whom honor is duo."
of Upper Orangcburg.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
Messrs. Editors :
Please announce Rev. John E. Penney
as a candidate for the olllee of School
Commissioner; lie has ever been a
Democrat, and on its platform ir< willing
to stand, rise or fall. He will submit to
the County Convention.
The many friends of Mr. J. M. Berry, of
Branchville, respectfully announce liini
a candidate for Shcriii of Orangcburg
County, subject to the action ot the nom
inating convention. Mr. Berry is a
young man of excellent habits, business
qualifications and undoubted integrity.
If elected would till the olllee honorably
with credit to himself and constituents,
MANY VOTE HS.
? FOR SHERIFF.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the .olllee of Sheriff and will submit
to the results of the County Democratic
Convention. Very respectfully".
J. W. MOSELEY.
May 10, 1SS0.
FOR J U DGICOF PRORATE.
IMcaso announce MR, CHARLES IE
GT.OVER as a candidate tor the above
office. It is useless t.> say anything in
his favor, as his ability is" already dis
played by t he manner In which ho has
discharged the duties of that position du
ring his term of service. We further urge
our claim in bis behalf on the ground
that the Incumbent of that office ought
to have considerable experience in the
practice of law, as the olllee is not ?'min
isterial," but is beyond a doubt "'Judi
cial." Any persons desiring to satisfy
themselves oil this point can do so by ru
lerrihg to tbo Constitution of our State
"Artich: 1, Judicial Department. Sec. 20.
Also revised Statutes, pages 072 to 078.
"Title -J, Probate Court," and to the
'? Wules of Court." In nominating Mr.
Clover through yOurcolumtlS, We pledge
him and ourselves to abide by the decis
ion of the Democratic County Nomina
ting convention. MANY VOTERS.
1)Y virtue of an order made by the
y Court oi Common Picas in theTiction
of fiOvlck E. D. Bowman against F. II.
W. Briggmail, I Will sell at Orangcburg
Court House on the Hist Monday in Au
! gust next, within the legal hours the fol
lowing real estutesltuatc in the town and
county oi Orangcburg, consisting of lots
No. 1 and Nq. 2.
Eot No. I, all thai lot of land in the
town of Orangcburg with the improve
? incuts thereon fronting on Russell street,
measuring twenty-nine feet, six inches
'in front, in rear twenty-eight feet, six
inches, in depth two hundred and tWCIl
ly-livo feet, move or less; bounded north
east by .I. F. Addon's lot, southeast by
Russell street, southwest by lot of II.
Addon and southwest by the next or lot
! no. -2.
No. 2, all that lot. in said town with the
buildings thewTou, situate on Amelia
ftreot, measuring on said street one hun
dred and Hfty feet, in depth two hundred
and thirty feet, more or less; bounded
northwest by Amelia street, northeast by J
lands of.E Strauss tCCo., Southeast by
lauds of J. K. Addon, lot no. i, II. Addon
and others, and soul Invest by lauds of
M. B. Treadwell and D. Louis,
Terms?One-fourth Cash and the bal
ance on a credit of one, two and three
years, secured by bond ami mortgage of
the premises with interest from the day]
of .sale, the buildings to be insured and j
the policies to be assigned to the Master. I
Purchasers to pay lor paper* and record
ing. T. W. GLOVER,
Mastku's Ovvwk, 1 Muster.
July Kith, 18S0?3t ji
Nol ice of Dismissal.
rjPllE undersigned will, oil the 0th of
A August next, apply to the Honora-*
bio Judge of Probate ol Orangcburg
County for Letters DIsmlssory as Admin
istrator of the Estate of Curtis Young
JESSE IE YOUNGBLOOD,
July 0, 18?0??t- Administrator.
The Sensation of the Period!
SJti-jnift-o but True I
HARD TIMES BE CONE!
HAVING been ivatchlng for some
time past the financial pulse of the
country und the ever varying events of
the trading world with :i view to the in
crease or decrease our weekly purchases,
WO arc prepared to announce to our num
erous patrons that our investigation ot
these subjects has been perfectly satisfac
tory and that we have as a consequence
forwarded larger orders than ever be
fore to our New York agency.
The year 1SSU therclore begins with
llattering prospects for farmers, mechan
ics and all other laborers alike. The
linancial ptllsb of tho eouutry is steadily
improving and having returned almost
to a hard money basis, wo shall gradu
ally but Surely recover our former pres
tige nnu'the so long declining prosperity
of our beautiful Southern land. JJeing
lirinly impressed with the fore-shadow
ings of these approaching events wo have
made arrange neuts commensurate with
the demands they will disclose.
Our Agent in New York is already in
receipt oi our Instructions directing him
to be on the alert for every sale and fail
ure as well as every house tottering on
the brink of bankruptcy, so that he, with
cash in hand may take in every bargain
and thus enable us during the present
year not only to increase our own re
sources, but to become also a never
? changing source of assistance to our
friends by selling them goods far below
the wholesale market of New York.
It was the credit system that paralyzed
I ont industries in the past and caused so
many interests to droop and wither while
! every article needed for family consump
tion doubled iu value. Thus while labor
was inadequately compensated, goods ol
every description approached almost fab
ulous prices and tlie daily sweat ol a
man's brow barely obtained for himself
and family the commonest necessaries of
life. Too much credit will always create
demands greater than the sources of sup
ply will satisfy, hence everything takes
an upw ard tendency under its operations.
On the other hand cash transactions will
make the supply larger than the demand
and consequently goods fall to buttou^
prices when this rule prevails.
We pa}' cash lor all our goods before
they leave the place bought from. Hence
our ability (independent ol our unrivaled
facilities tor buying) to outstrip and un
dersell all our competitors. The mer
chant who buys on time, (and who ol
them doesn't) not only has to pay the high
est prices for what I hey gel but also the
additional pel cent age added on all credit,
sides. Now all this comes out of the con
sumer, the man who patronizes the time
merchant at home, it will at once bo
perceived that the dillcrcnce between us
is vast indeed, and that the buyer on
credit system cannot purchase goods at
market prices, while we. by paying cash,
get the most extraordinary bargains at a
I large discount on wholesale cash prices.
It is therefore quite easy lor us to sell
below other merchants and guarantee
pci feet satisfaction in every case.
Our system is one of our own, and has
many advantages which we .-hall not ex
! plain, but let it sutlh? that the larger
portion <>f the benelils arising from it are
reaped by our friends and patrons, and
by it we have established ;i reputation
near and dear to us. W itli honesty, fair
I dealing, quick sales and small proIiis as
bur watchwords we have conquered the
demon of high pi ices and lorced from
hilii the acknowledgement that he has
been systematical'}' swindling and de
frauding the people.
W e have demonstrated to thousands
in this and other counties that it is pos
sible when dealing with a fair and honor
able merchant who buys strictly for cash,
to purchase goods at prices which were
current before the war. To buy and sell
goods doe.- not necessarily imply that to
be successful one must either be a con
scienceless extortioner or a grasping
Shyloek. as in every other calling the
merchant can dignity and ennoble his
profession or lie can sink u into iniquity
and trail its courtly garments through
cesspools of deceit, dlshoucsty, fraud and
double distilled misrepresentations. He
j can be a blessing or a curse to his conn
I try. As for us we prefer a good name
j with a slow but steady increase in busi
n?.*-< to the gouging process which makes
one merchant rieh to-day and a thousand
; pour farmers penniless and breadlcss to
Ours is the true plan, by adopting it
you avoid the Scylla of credit on the one
>ido and tin; Chary tidis of a lein execu
tion on the other. To trade with us is to
insure satisfaction, iucrcuse your wealth
and general prosperity. *Woek alter
week during the present year we shall
spread daily upon-our counters a stock
of goods as varied as the leaves of the
forest. A cordial invitation is extended
to every one who reads this circular to
give us a cull, no trouble to show goods
or answer questions.
We will sell lor one dollar cash what
I you will pay three lor in October if you
j buy on credit. We buy direct from the
cheapest market? in America for cash
I less the largo discount, and can and will
sell as low as the wholesale merchants
of Charleston, New York or Baltimore,
and to those who favor us with their reg
ular custom we oiler as rare inducements
as were ever ottered iu this or any other
com mind ty Our goods arrive weekly
and must be sold, look to your interest
and call on us when .Von visit town.
Farmers, look to your own welfare,
you who have sunk low and lower each
succeeding year while the middle men
around you have grown rich iu comforts
and wealth, you have barely lived by
working from sun to sun the year round,
while .others have added thousands to
their already plethoric treasures, by sell-,
ing on credit to you iu tho spring and
collecting in October and Nobember the
sweat stained profits of many a morclless
bargain, Let our farmers eschew this
in future and learn to watch as well as
pray?let them break from the old beaten
paths of credit and ruin, and demand an
equivalent for their money. Let them
aspire to' higher and greater achieve
- C. 1). KORTJOHN,
Auction and Commission Merchant,
Orange burg, S. C.
'I here are two lines through Mercantile
life. One is as straight and splendid as
a ray ol light, leading to triumphs and
achievements, that make this bright and
beautiful earth a heaven Itself. The
oilier burdened with sorrows and mis
eries ami cares, struggling through dis
asler and defeat, learing its broken
hearted victims Into a premature boll
away this side of .Jordan. On the Cash
lino wo oiler you the following induce
Shoes 75 to 1,50.
Iron Hound Measures, 1,50,
Befct Hyson Tea, 40. ,
Best Soap, 5c per lb.
\ Dross Goods 6 to 20,
Cottpuades. 15 to 50.
Monuch Baking Powder, 25,
Town Talk, 25,
Pocket Knives, 5 to 75,
K?lves & Forks, 50 to 1,50,
Homespun, 5 to 8,
Choice Hams. S to 10.
A xle Grease, lfi.
Fly Traps. .'15 to 50.
Buggy whips, P5 to 75.
Balance of Crate Crockery low down
to close out.
Orangeburg. S. C., May 7, 1880?3m
Cotton Gins I Presses.
"^y E slill have tljO Agency for tho
Old Reliable Winship Gin,,
Which wo are prepared to furnish, either
Willi ?r without the .Self-Feeder and Con
Winship Patent Cotton Press
all of which are
THE. BISST IN THE MARKET
and need no recommendation from us.
We are selling tlietn under the guarantee
of tin manufacturers, and at their prices
and terms; parties in need of Gins or
Presses will Und it to their Interest tn.cn 11
and SCC us. or send for our Circular anil
I prices before placing their orders else?
BULL & SCOVILL,
ORANGEBURG, S, C,
June 25lb. 1880?Oai
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I
Neveb Gets ITabp.
Can de Madb am 8tuicnotu Deiibbd. Las^
Twick as Lono.
Diiuxoi Cured viUttBt Sragpog tho SystttB.
Chilli and Fever,
Sick & Nervous
Tlu-so Pads Cure all Diseases by AbsorpUon. No
Noxious fills, OUa, or Poijonom Mcn?cinrs arc taken
Into Uic Stomach. The Puils are worn orcr the Pit
of Uic Stomach, covering the Oreat Nerve Ccntn-s,
nl-o the Liver nmt Stomucli. A gcntlo VeRctahlo
Tonic la ai?orbcil IntothectrcolaUoqof the Bloodaad
I.iviT. purify iiiKtlieDlfod.sUmulatinR the Llvcramt
Kiiltuys to healthy action, anil strciiKtheninff tho
Btoraosli to digest food. J'iiice op I'adi $1 and iJ
BACIt. Sold by ali. Dit uuuists, or sent by Mali
Jlnnuf.ict.uroJ at S'j fc 41 NonTll Liscdtt St.?
For Sale by
S. A. JJEEVES.
Jan. 30,1 SSO?ly
CORSET JEANS, best quality at 10 c
per yard worth 12 1-2 cents at
J. I. SORENTRUE'S.
HABEE LINEN'. Bleached and Unt
L bleached. 5U and GO cents per vd. a-.
J. 1. SORENTRUE'S.
QEVERAL pieces of Bleached 8 4
O Sheeting, superior quality, to be clos-r
ed out at 25 cents per yartl at
TTNBEEACIIED Lincii "Diaper at 12;
kJ 1-2 cents per yard; also
White and Brown Paper Cambrics at
J. I; SORENTRUE'S,
DRV GOODS, GROCERIES,
? SHOES, LAMPS,
ILLUMINATORS, &C., &C\
ORANGEBURG, S. C,
Russell Street and Railroad Avenue,
Offers to tho public a well selected.stock
lie guarantees satisfaction to all who
will favor him with a call.
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
June 11,1880?if ft
ANDREW C. DIBBLE,
Attornoy and Counsellor at Law,
Comer St. Paul and Church Sts.
ORANGEBURG, S. C.