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You bhtine uiollint 1 cannot love
?As yon can love,'thy Irietid;
Yon ?*?11 ni?- lit. artless?light of fultl'j
because my fancies end.
I ilo not sny It is i ot true;
Oll-imJV.nir wo ds uro tight.
Hut you wlio love, iiutl I win* lausch,
\VhY.-h gains most in Lite tight:1
Ajrll why, if you were si cking love,
Should you have turned tu nie?
1, who ot all who meet, your gaze,
Have .-worn inconstancy?
(jo further yet, pour heart and search
Km- one who si ill can ;jvc ;
Or. if your sorrow prove loo strong,
Cttrev iuw, my inend, und live.
Yes! onee ! 'Cursed?Und lived. Alas*
"I is Belter far to tile.
II amis meekly elnsped and prayerful eyes
Upturned toward the sky.
1 loved too well?us you. my frieed.
Are loving me this hour.
Such loves die hardwire cursed, we know.
With overwhelming power.
My love went out as yours will do?
I tu I, alter many years.
And in those years 1 was not glad.
And hitter were my tears.
My love was like your love, my friend,
II tuet wit Ii im rel urn.
In K|4le o| passionate appeals,
in spile.iul words thai Guru.
Hut you wh<> h>ve. ami I who htngll.
May purl at leasl in peace;
Koine day you'd I hank nie for my words
Sunn: day your pain will coast:.
" Bric-a Brae,
? Despairing old maids look Ian
guisliiinj even on rain hows.
? A recent diseovary is a telephone
talked to death by a barbel.
?The battles ol the union?Fight
illy between husband and wile.
? In I'llihitlelphiu a boy who tics a
liu pan to a dog's tail is fined SIO.
? A Iranip called Ids shoes "cor
porations," became they had no Holes.
--The way to make a large hole in
j our pocket is to incur a huge ietil.
?There is a great deal ol'luek in a
horseshoe when thrown?if it doesn't
? Ducks are fond of Hies. There is
jost where ihey ililTor from bald-head
? An Kuglish scientist ntlribntes
<uir cold waves to Venus and our hot
wa\ es to .lupiter.
? Authors ate s(iokcn of as dwcl
ldig in attics, because so few of them
arc a'de to live on their first story.
?The man who fell out of his l-nnk
on the steamboat explained that his
blackened eye was a heil h inaik.
?A bad little Philadelphia hoy
made his mother's hair lise the oilier
day. lie stole hei switch lor kite
? A bt?\ will dig over a sipiaie rod
<d gatilcn giout d Ibi Ii.-11 bait, and yet
in- i-olllll liol be hut tl,lo wolkou a six
|ooi onion hed.
? A Hille jjirl in church,.aHei the
cotitt ibutit u pbi'e ,,!'.d.. been pjisscd.
eoinphieeiillV und'"audibly said: l'l
p.ml tor lour, ma?wiih tl'uit lijihl ?*'
-Texas soeiLely is agitated over
I he ones'it ill whpTllCI'oi hoi file groom
at a wedding should woaiCliis iex ol vei ,
belt oil'side or inside his drossy-Pal.
? The reason moic iiiuhivll.is llialli
w ult-i unions are ?lohn is l|uui"ht tt>
lie because tue Ihn-!.doesn't have to
plug the tiud.it IIa. Ii is always lipe
lot die Inn Vest.
? l'ln- man v\hogiaspctl an oppor
tunity Irieil I lie Minie scheme with a J
I uuibli dii c, lb- abandoned his last j
('iiiel pi Is* (j ot kei ii he did lot: liistl
? The nverage person speaks about I
120 wools a niinuie. I'lus estimate
in cotisiderablv shot f of i tin I ri-ipiin-d |
wim'U the speaker h ts a ironk lid tail
im his head while lie. is limiting for a
? A Nebraska Indian contrived to
swallow a lot nfdyntiiniio and now he
ean siand atonhti die fornei and call
a white innn anything he chooses
without being kicked ft r In- inso
lence. They're shy of jailing hi in,
?An old lady from New Iteeford
visited Boston recently,-for lie Ii t
time, and, while viewing the utllac
tions of the publ.c garden was point
ed out the bronze statue of C'hui 1. s
Sumner. "Well, I de :lare," the old
lady remarked, "I ne\er k lew Sum
nor was a colored man befoie."
?The Sioux held their npnmil sun
dance in Dekota recent'y and iI t
usual scenes of cruelty w ere enacted
One young warrior held out lor II fly*
six hours and then fainied. Tie t\.-.s
hanging all that time by a s ie'< inn
through the llcsh of Hit; Imcli. He
fainted before the llcsh gave win
He was so grieved over his fudu a
lhat he tried to till himself.
(Formerly McDowell House)
HEXDEHSONVlLLE, N. C.
HAVING purchased the McDowell
House, tlie undersigned begs lenve
to inform tlie traveling public Hint he has
luinisiK'tl it throughout in modem style,
ami will endeavor to Keep u fust c]a>s
bouse. The proprietor, will give bis per
sonal attention to Hie bouse, ami do all
in Ills power lo make quests eouiforlilble.
The table will be supplied with the best
the market affords. I'olite and attentive
servants. Terms moderate.
A. .1. DODAMEAD. Proprietor.
(Formerly of flic Virginia House, Coluiii
.?. It. Til ackam. Clerk,
(bale ol the Columbia Hotel. Colum
bia, Si C._April 2d, 1S8U
J. DEE ANDREWS
World) respectfully inform the citi
zens of Orangeburg that be lias in
charge the stock and fixtures of '/.. J
King, at Wallace Cannon's old stand.
Main street, where he will he glad to serve
his friends and the public with anything
in his line of trade. Everything fresh
and pure and guaranteed to give satisfac
tion. A lull lino of goods kept constantly
on hand . Horn ami raised in Orange
burg) I hope to receive a liberal share of
the patronage of my lei low citizens.
.1. DICK ANDREWS.
BLACK II EH KY Bit ANDY at Wallace
Cannon's old stand.
Pure COHN and It YE Whiskies lor
sale at Wallace Cannon's old stand.
Fur pure (.'hiimpaigue Lager Beer go
to Wallace ('illilinn's. old Kttnul. Families
supplied by the dozen?goods delivered
tree of ell II Ige.
Seltzer Water, foi disarrangement ol
the how els and kidneys, for sale t*w at
Wall.ice ('a11lion's old siaud.
The k-Col I on Boll," the liuc.-t I'
Cigar hi town, fur sale at Walla'
nun's old .-land. Don't forget it
. Soda Water, fresh, by the bottle, at
Wallaee Cannon's obi stand.
May 28. 1SS0? ly
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I
Nkvrr Rkt? If a an.
Can uk Ma&k aw Stuk.vmtii Dkbirkd. I.a1t
Twick ah Loso.
Eiseaacs Cured without Drugsiag the Srston.
c r ii km
Sick k Nervous
Thine IScN Cure nit ni^cnjcs hv Atwnrptton. No
hit ihe SMumcli. Tin- 1'imU in.- worn over lh? f t
of tin- Stomach, onyerliiK tin. (Jnmt Nerve Centre*.
iiIm? the l.lv. r niicl ht,,iii:.. h. a h.miITo V.r.-t.-il.K
I y-r.punf.vliiu.licl?...I.MiiiiulaHiiKUw|.iverui d
hi. s t.i i.-iiltliy iicti.iti. nml DtrenftOh ntnif Um
ShiliUluliJailtKiwtriMMl. I'HIW up Pajmi *i a.\h M
KW'H. UV ALL PlII-'UlilNTK, or Kent l>v Aluil
or hxprestt. ' ' .- -
MiuiuOic tor. .1 nt S'.l .V 41 Noiitii l,inr.uty Bt
**M i IMi.it K. A! It.
For Sale by
s. A. BEEVES.
.Ian. HO, LSSO - 1 v
BOUT II CAitOLIXA'RA1LUOAJ>.
PA83KNGEK DEI'A htm ent.
On and after liny 16th, 1880, Passen
gor Trains on this road will run as fol
lows : (till further orders )
GKE.EN V1LLE EX IM? ESS Tit AIN.
Leave Columbia.*l i? p m
. J2 Iii p in
Arrive at Cnindeh.7 <tr> p ni
Leave Oraiigeburg .l> OS p m
.;i in p m
Arrive at Chiirleslon .()0 p m
.Xi -'50 p rti
?Daily exeept Sundays. ^Sundays only.
ooino wkst. ?
Leave Charleston at.5 45 a in
Leave Oraiigeburg at.S -10 a m
Leave Camden at.7 00a m
Arrive at Columbia.10 :M) a ill
Way Freight anil Passenger Trains.
* Leave Columbia.B 10 a in
Arrive at Camden.12 00 in
Leave Orengeburg.HI OS a in
Arrive at Charleston.:.2 Uli p iii
" Augusta.,o...y 2"? p in
. coi no w'k.st.
? Leave Charleston .0 (10 a in
Leave Augusta.S 00 a in
Arrive at Columbia .117 p in
* Passengers leaving Columbia or
'Charleston on these trains have to change
ears at Hruncliville to reach Charleston
at 2 U0 p in or Columbia at 3 U7 p in.
Night Express Train.
Leave Columbia.?!) .'10 p in
Leave Oraiigeburg. 12 .'12a in
Arrive at Augusta. 7 50a ill
Arrive at, Charleston.'..(5 20 a in
?Passengers taking this train will have
to change cam at lirauehvillH to reach
Charleston 0.20 a. tu , if not in sleep
er. Itcgultti-Accommodation i rain will
arrive"Vit S 0U a in.
Leave Charleston.Si 05 p in
Leave AllgUStlt.7 10 p m
Leave Oraiigeburg.245 a in
I Arrive at Columbia.('? 10 a in
New Vo. k Express.
LeaVii Oraiigeburg.5 17 a iii
? Arrive at Ornngehurg.0 57 p in
I The (!rcenville,Expr?j?s and Night Ex
! press will run daily. All other trains
' run daily exei-pt Sundays. Sleeping
Curs aii" attached to Nlghl Express.
' Herlhs only $1 50 to t hai le-ton er Ati
igu?tu. These itain? make connecti?nis
'at Charleston with New York and I'.alti
i niort* Si earner's on Wednesdays and Sat
urdays, also \\lib Florida ,'steainers on
, I'liesdnys and Saturdays. The Night
I Express m ike counec.lioiis will).7 a m
? 11 a in on S ?v ii liuilioad lor Suvunali and
Florida points. Connections made by
other lrains at Augusta with trains from
and to I hat point, also with all trains
from and to Charleston.
Tire n ain leaving Columbia at I) .'10 p
in and iirriviug al (> 10 a in makes close
eonnceiioiis at Kingsvlllc with the New
.York J?xprcss 'I rains, to which is at
[laclu d a Pullman Sleeping Cur. running
'through between Augusta and New
York i\ it houl change.
till Saiiuday and Sundays, round trip
tickets are sold to and from all sialious
al one lirst-chiss fare for I he ruttud trip
good till Monday noon to return.
l>. (J. ALI.EN,
(.2en. I'ass. and T. Agr.
.lOIlN II. l'kck, Ceil. Supt.
J. t;. Post km.. Agi Orangeburg.
CONFECTIONER AND CANDY MAN?FAOTURER,
? I I I*.Us KOI! SAl.i: TUK LA?OKST ASSOI1TMEXT OF KINK
Fine Candies, wholesale and retail,
:il hoi torn i>rices.
lr.lCl IITS .V IN1> TMITrI,>i of nil descriptions always on han.l.
Tin" only phiec where von can always jjel
kkksii i.'aisins. f |'i:i:axts.?rifkons, oaths. rn;s.
< l.'A' kki.'S an'll ('AKICS. DKSSK a i'bd GOUONU I'S ami
KANi'Y Cltoi'kimks ok ai.i. kinds.
si'Ki iai/riK< in SMOKKUS* AllTIG.LRS.
I .arrest assortment of such jfooilsin town.
KINK CIGA1JS, TOllACCOS, lMl'KS,
C?>kes oruiiiuciitcil fur W??ihlln?< hi I lie lliosl exquisite style,
t 'ake Sleep es ami t )rii:iiiii-lit.s uiatle In nr?ler.
Cull ami examine In-torn Inivinu elsewhere ill Uli 1 SC MA N'S Ul.D .ST A Ni)
Oriiiigeltiir";. S. I'.. Sept. it-It
PERFECTLY SAFE IN THE MOST INEXPERIENCED HANDSl
For Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cramps, Cholera,
AND ALL TH08E NUMEROUS TROUBLES OF THE STOMACH AND BOWELS
SO PREVALENT AT THIS SEASON, . ^
No Remedy known to tlie Medical Profession lins been In u>cm? l<ni(,' and-with rufch uniformly
Miti.sfuetory results as fffr" "3'
nnf niuini *
It has been used with roch wonderful success In all parts of tho world In tho treatment of these
difficulties, that it has cotnc to be considered A
AN UNFAILING CURE FOR ALL SUMMER COMPLAINTS
and such it really is when taken in time and according to tho very plain dtrccUons Inclosing
each bottle. \
In such diseases, the attack is usually sudden and frequently very achte; but with a>
safe remedy at hand lor immediate use, tUere In seldom danger of the fntnl result
which so often follows n few days' neglect.
Tho Inclination to wait and see if the morrow does not bring a better feeling, not Infrequently
occasions a vast amount of needless suD'cring, and uoEiietlmea cost* a life. A timciy dose oJ
I'aln Killer will almost invariably save both, and with Uiem tho attendant doctor'* fee.
It loin stood tlie test of forty yearn* constant use in ull countries and climates, ontl
in perfectly safe in any person's hands.
It Is recommended by Physicians, Nurses In Hospitals, and persons of all classes ami
professions who havo had opportunity for observing tho wonderful resulta whicb havo always
followed lta use.
THE BEST EVIDENCE:
Masnrs. PERRY ?AVIfl A BON:
I know yon nno.1 no tostiiiioninl to ronvincu ynu
that your rnodicino Ih nil Hint yuu clairo for it, but I
cannot rcatrain ttio inituilxn to conimunicAto to you
Um fnct that in my family It hnn truly ?Ion? wonders.
I nilininintor, il to my rhildrtm (ona xiidiUi-n monthrt,
anil tho other Uiroo yearn old) witli perfect bu<m*?s.
It j.vuI.-u.m tholr tmiwiln, nml ntoiis nil dinrrhrrn.
MrneH nml wifo lesort to it In all run, both for
Inturnal nnd oitrmnl nno. Pvo med It in inr family
for livo yearn, nml teilt not bo without it. Voolinif
mymiir uniW much obliKntlon to you. In many times
boinif roliovral from pain, 1 am vary truly yours,
L V. MOORE, llniiKali. ?ulclius Uy..New Yotk.
No family can afford to lie without It, and Its price brines it within the reach of all.
Tho use of one bottle will no further In convince yon of Its merits Uiau columns,of news
paper advertising, Try It, ami yon will never do without it. (7\
Price 'Ma. GOc. and fil.OO per bottle. You can obtain It at any drug store or from
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors, Providence, R. I.
M v 1-1 IS: 0 ii .
I hr.vo Inns used tho modlcinn known na PKRRY
DAVIH'V K< iETAIILK PAIN KILI.Elt in my f.uuily
and would not on anym-count bo without it. Whim
Uholora wan limt epidemic, hero, I naoil noincdicimt
of any sort but tho Pnin Klllnr, and nlthoiiKh myself
and sovoral moinbon* of my family were attacked
Mivomty, I amliappy to nay t hut tim fain Killer wnn
equal to ttvury timerKoncy. I oomtidur 1 nhotild not
Im doliur my duty to tho community did I not my
this much. If I uun attncketl by tho Olmlera
t'Mlay. Pain Killnr \..vM b?< ttin only rcmo?ly 1
nl"<ufu uso. I hnvo UiorouKhly lm.hI it, nud know
I. ?1 bo rolled on.
V. K. IIKKUINrtKND, Cnlcnn. lllii..
P. 6. CANNON,
tM V.r.- .15 ** - ,'? ? ! ? . *J? | k J, ?...? U'-.r J? ?
? ' ? 1 ' ? r. . .1? .tti
Gtwn and Loeksmitlij
"* . ? ' * ? ?. I r |*H ?
and dealer in
Onus, T^isiols nnd Oonevnl 1 Iunhvare.
ORANGERURG, S. C.
? !>1 k-Vy ? ?!' ???># ?W
KEEPS constantly on hand a full arid complete stock" of (inns and Pistols o
every description, Pocket Knives. Table Knives and Forks., Spoons, Scissors*
and in tact almost anything in the Hardware line. I make a specialty oi Carpen
ters'Tools. Farming Implements, Cooking Utensils, Fishing Taekte, Sportsmeus'
Goods, stielt as- Shot, Powder, Gun wads, etc., etc., also
THE LIGHT RUNNING REMINGTON SEWING MACHINE,
The best nnd cheapest Machine manufactured.
The piddle arc cordially Invited to examine my stock before purchasing as I am
determined not to bo undersold. Repairing ui all kinds done with neatness and
dipateh. V. G, CANNON.
Orangeburg, S. C, Jan. 30, 1SS0?ly
New and Desirable Goods
MY STOCK COMPRISES , (
JL>i\y Goods and Groceries
IN GREAT VA IIIETV.
( ?*utJo'.;( * A
The Dry Goods embrace Ladles and Mens Dress (mods. White and Colored
Cotton Goods, Prints, Men's and Roys' Clothing. Hats ami Caps,
33oo+.s and Slices,
To suit all classes. Also full lines of
GROCERIES AND TOBACCOS,
? And in fact everything to he found in a lirsl class store.
Thanking I lie public for their generous patronage iu the past, I respeel lu'h
solicit ii continuance of the same, promising io sell everything at the lowsel possi
hie price. The liighe.-t market priee paid lb:
Cotton, Corn, Peas, Rice, &c.
And all other Country Produce. A call s< liciicd. No trouble to show good".
JOIIX C. PIK IS j
Oraiigehurg, S. C. Mar _S-tf Corner Church and l!h?seli Streets.
j!! jim ]!ji jmi ijm i j j j I!!! I!!! Ill
yi OVEIM'ISK a large and varied stock of Goods, consisting in part of
Sugar. Tea, Soap. Tinware, Lemons. Hotter Nuts,
Collee, Spiee. Sapolio. Stone ware. Oranges Cocoa Nuts,
liacon. Cioger. Washing Soda, Glassware. Apples. PeeuilK,
Flour. Pepper. Lye. Ci.ockery ware. Cabbages. Almonds,
Lard. Nut in-g*, Potash, Wooden ware, Confectionery, Currants,
Hams. Coppcra.-,' Starch. tsliters. Candy. Prunes.
In fad I be large* and heSI variety ol Fancy and Staple Groceries kept in Grillige
burg, ??>> prices Ten toTwenty j er cent less than any bonne In town.
I mean just what I say.
I'll scL fof loss than any one.
Of give my goods away.
A. ?. \VATKER,
Orar.gebnrg. Apiil 4. 1ST!). Loader of |,o\t Prices.
?o wondorful In Its conception, une
procodentod for doing a largo rang* of
sowing In text)la fabrics and leather. Its
motions aro continuous, admitting of an
> \}\ extraordinary rate of speed* either by
jftfc^' Vy> \ stonm or foot power. Every motion of the
j^L^X^^^v. \ lnG nbout one-third more work In a day
T-TT*^? th;?.n other Sewing Machines. It has no
vv4siJL stop motions, and tightens the stitch with
tl.o noodle out of the fabric It uses the
woU-k iov? n Wl1 son Cornpcund Food on both sides of the needle. It
has two-thirus loss parti- than any other first-class Sewing Machine.
Its arm L fully Gi^ht and one-half inches long and five and one-half
inches high, nnd the whole Machine is very compactly and solan*
tlflcally constructed in proportions, elegance, design and appear*
anoo. its simple, powerful and perfuct mechanism places it as far
in advance of all other Sowing IVi.ichir.os as the telephone is superior
to tho ti.. spoakinfc tubo. 'ilio WILSON MENDING ATTACHMENT,
for repairing nil kinds of toxtiio fabrics WITHOUT PATCHING, fur*
ninhed r*P.i?? with all WILSON SEWING MACHINES, together With
?? 1 -okor. Ruffleri Carrier. Sot of Kern mors. Binder, etc.
These Machines are on exhibition and for sale by
Oriingcluinr. S. C. Nov. 7th, 1S71L?tf
JAS. F. IZLA?,
Attorney hrid Ooinifsollor
OIJANUKUUHO, S. C.
I ? f),li.?!? (Mii'iD'i ' '< nri lliiti-?' Snicin- aiul
( iiii-ii ?iiiVi, iln' siiiiM' liii'My owiii'il
uliil Mi i i>"li <i Wy V\ hi. M Humum. K-<|.
.Iiiiii- 11. I>.Si> 11
L. S. WOLFE, D. D. S,,
Hi'fliliihtc of Baltimore Denial Celipro.
Oflliie over I). Louis' store,
pfrer* Iii?1 professional services to tile <*itl
z?>ns of Omnjrebure; ami ndjolohi}f coun
Tenth extraelid without pain hy the
ii-i- f?l Nitrous Oxt.li- f5as. t'ir? cafest an
;e?ilie le kiuvwn in f?elene& SntMaction
Jan. .'Ml. I8S0?ly
THE BEST REMEDY
" tte'TIirbat ana im*.
n , Diseases of tho
^r\Y ERji pulmonary organn
I are so provnlent aud
fatal, that a safe and
reliable remedy for
therii 1b Invaluable
to every community.
AY K. II'8 ClIEltKY
; Pectoral is such a
remedy, and no
other bo eminently
merits the confl
uence of tho public.
It is a scientific com
Ibination of the mcdi
Jclnal principles aud
?UBW/Acuratlve virtues of
Jp?Si'tho finest drugs,
PECTORAL chemically united,
eat possible efficiency and uniformity of ro
aulti, which enables physicians as well as
invalids to use it with confidence. It is
tho most Tollable remedy for diseases of
tho throat and lungs that scienco has pro
duced. It strikes at the foundation of all
pulmonary diseases, affording prompt
and certain relief, and is adapted to pa
tlenta of any age or either box. Boing
very palatable, the youngest children
take- it without difficulty. In the treat
ment of ordinary Coughs, Colds, Bore
Throat, Bronchitis, Influenza. Cler
gyman's Sore Throat, Asthma, Croup,
and Catarrh, the effects of Ateh'h
ChirbyPeCtobAX are magical, and multi
tudes aro annually preserved from serious
Illness by its timely and faithful uro. It
ahould bo kept at hand in every house
hold, for tho protection it affords in sud
den attacks. In Whooping-cough and
Consumption there is no other remody
bo efficacious, soothing, and helpful.
The marvellous cures which Ayf.ii'?
Cuekiiy Pectoiiai. has effected ail over
the world aro a sufficient guaranty that it
will continue to produce the heBt results.
An impartial trial will convince the most
sceptical of its wonderful curativo powers,
as well as of its superiority over all other
preparations for pulmonary complaints.
Eminent physicians in all parts of tho
country, knowing it? composition, recom
mend Ayem's CiiEtiiiY PECTonAL to inva
lids, and prescribe it in their practice.
Tho test of half a century has proved- its
absolute certainty to euro all pulmonary
complaints not already beyond tho reach
of human aid.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
?OLD bt all DaWJOISTS ETZnTWOIBI.
Oct. bcr :i. 187:1?1 v
How Watches are Made?
JT will I n apparent to any one who will
examine a Sol.il? COM? Watch, that
n?-hlc troin the ncee??nry thickness for
eii<rriiviii<r und polishing, a largo propone
I lion of the precious metal used, is need
ed only to stillen anil I old the engraved
! portions in pince. aud supply the iicees
< sary solidity and Streng!Iii 'I'lu; surplus
I jjohlis aetua'ly needless so far as fTll.t
i TY and Iteautvnre concerned. In .1A MKS
BOffS* |*ATKN I'GOLD H ATCII CASKS
this waste ol prcciou- met ill is overcome,
'anil tin: sa.UK solidity a Nil stii KMiTII
1 produced at front one-third to one-half
I ol llietisunl eo.-t "I solid ea.?es. The pro*
j ccs* is of the mod shi)|ihi nature, as to|
I lows: a plate of iiicklc cmpo-iiion met
al, specially adapted to the purpose, has
two (dales of Sol.II? ooi.1? soldered one
I Oil each sltle. The three are then passed
between polished steel rollers, and the
I result is a strip of heavy plated compos
ition, from which the ca?e> hacks, eeii
j ires, he/.els. Sc.. are cut and shaped hy
j suitable dies and formers. 'The ^old in
the.-c eases is sutllcieutly thick to admit
i.Ol" all kinds ufchUrillg. eU*>J?UYillg and
eiimiiel lilig; the enslaved cases have
been carried until worn perfectly
smooth by Mine and use without reniov
' ili^ tin- gold.
THIS IS TDK ONLY CASK MADK
W hll TWO IM.Al KS Of'SOLID COLD
' ASl) \VAlJKANTKD BY SPECIAL
I CKH I IFICA PK
I For sale hy all Jewelers Ask for II
lu-tialcil Catalogue, and lo sec warrant.
March 12. 1SSU?ly
At the Peopled Bakery,
ESTABLISH KD IN 1S71.
BV THE PRESENT PROIMJIETOli
Who is still ready and willing to
SREAD, ROLLS, P! ES
of ull descriptions.
G U N (x E 11 S
by the Imrrel or box.
11REA1) FOR CA INI 1*- M K KT i N GS,
A11y other meeting* at short notice.
i "flBST RECEIVED FrtESfl COXFEC
*J TIONARYS. FANCY COOL? AND
NOTIONS, which will he sold as low.as
any (hat can bo bought in Orangeburg.
Tiulikful forthe past patronage of inj'
friends and the public 1 still solicit u coil
tiniiniiej! of their custom. ,
T, W; ALBERGOTTI,
Next door to Mr. J, 1*. Hurley,
Oiuii?chin<r, Sept 13,1S7S "ly
IN PLANTATION GOODS,
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
St. Matthews S,. 0.
We rV>p<*tntlly ca'/l the ftttcntion of
?tho fiirm'or? Iii our general stock
of (lOODS And solicit tu call, wh*?:jr?>t
they visit St. Matthew*. A fuU nnd
-fresh stock constantly in store.
' ien I * . n.i j .