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(Ehe Sensation of the Period!
Stran^e lmt Truo l
HAVING*. been iyntehlrtjr f?r ?diue
tlme-prist the tlnunciul pulse of the
'couhtry ittiUthe 'ever vrtryifig events of
ujue trndiiig'vvdrld with a view to the iu
?orcaaeur decreaseOAtr weekly purchases,
vv.-o ure.pre.pared to announce to our mini
serous iiuttrons that our investigation ot
.thefe subjects has been perfectly sutlsfae
,tory and that 'we have as a consequence
?forwardeU target 'orders tlmu ever be
tfore to our New York agency.
The year 1880 ttieretoro 'be<?uis with
'?flattering prospects for farmers,' mechan
ics and all other'laborers alike. The
'llnanclal pulse Ot the eouutry is steadily
?improving "und1 having 'returned almost
' ta u ' hard money binds, Wo shall grutlu
: ally but btiroly recover Our former pres
1 tlge aud tfie so long declining prosperity
' of our beautfljd Southern laud, llci.ng
1 llrmly 'Impressed Vith the lbre-sJindow
' bigs'of theStfUpprouchlng events we have
"ntatle ;Nrraugepicnts commensurate witjt
HlVe'uemauds they will'disclose.
Our Agent in New -York is already in
receipt ot our instructions' directing ahn
to be on the alert for every f>'de und fail
ure as well us every house tottering on
the brink ot bankruptcy, so that he, with,
cash in hand may tuku in eveiy bargain,
and thus enuble us during thy present
year not only to b'^'.'va^e our own re
sources, but to, b.ccome tdsu. u never
.dranging "source of assistance to 'our
fi'Houds uy Selling thciu goods far below
it\\a \?-'h"!cS!*le miifi'y of New Yurk.
It WAS tho credit system th.it paralyzed
onri iidu&trles in thu past, and omitted so
many interests to droop and wither while
every article needed for family consump
tion doubled in value. Thus while labor
was mudequaiely'compensated, goods ol
every description approached a turnst fab
ulous priees and the daily sweat ot a
'man's I) row ha rely ubtainud tor himselt
ami family the commonest, necessaries of
life. Too much credit will always create
demands greater than the sources ot sup
ply will isaCfoly*hence everything lakes
an upward tendency Under iis operations.
On the olhef^.h?ud cash transactions will
mal.o-:' ppiy larger, than the demand
und consequently goods' fall, to bottom
prices when\iU\a rule pTeyalls'.
We pay'Citsh'tor all our goods before
they leave the place bought from. Hence
our ab'nty.-(indt'pendehi of bur unrivaled
Jacilitie nyhig) to outstrip and un
dersellH^^^Krt'?inpetit?r's. ? The mer
chant wild buys on time, (and who ol
them doe.n't) not only has idp^y the high
est: prices'for what, I hey, jjej. OUt also the
additional p"i added on all cicdii
.-ales. Now all this come.-i outbf the con
sumer, ihe iHim who' pitti'oiil'itcs the lime
merchant at home. It will ac once bu
perceived that the diflereiiec between us
. is vast indeed, and that the buyer on
credit system cannot purchase goods at
market prices, ivldju we, by paying cash,
get the most extraordinary bio gains at a
large discount OU wholesale cash prices,
it is therefore quite easy lor us to sell
beiow oilier inei chants and guarantee
perfect satisfaction in every case.
Our system is one bf'our own, and has
many advantages which we shall not ex
plain, but let. It sutllc" that the larger
portion of ihe bciiclits arising from it are
reaped' by our friends and patrons, and
by it. Vyu have established :i reputation
hear and'dear to us. W ith hoiiesiy, fair
dealing, quick salts and small profits as
.our.watchwords we have conquered the
demon of If!;;Ir prices and' forced .from
him the acknowledgement that he has
beeil systemuiicul'y swindling and de
frauding the people.
We huvc demonstrated to thousands
in this and'othcr counties ihat it is pos
sible when dealing with a lair and honor
able merchant win 'Fays' strictly for cash,
to purchase goods at prices which were
current befoi ethe'war. To buy and sell
goods does not neoeosarily imply that to
he successful one must either he a con
scienceless .extortioner or a crashing
JShyloek, as in every other calling the
merchant unit, dignity and ennoble his
profession or he can sink it into Iniquity
und trail Us county garments through
cesspools of deceit, dishorn sly. fraud and
double distilled misrepresentulhuii*. lie
can be a blessing or a curse to his coun
try. As tor us we prefer,u good name
with a slow biit steady increase in busi
new to the gouging pruc?*s which makes
one merchant rich to-day and ttllioiissiiid
po-jr homers penniless and br,adlu*s to
Ouru is the true plan, by adopting it
you avoid the .>cylht ol credit on tue one
Mile' and the Chary lulls of a I ein execu
tion on the other. To trade with us is to
insure satisfaction, increase } old wealth
and general prospciity. Week aller
week dining rlie present year we shall
spread daily upon our counters a stock
of goods 'us vailed as the leaves of the.
foi'OSt. A cordial iuvilulion is extended
tu every one who lead* this circular to
give us a call, no trouble to show j?ood?
or autwer questions.
Wo w ill sell for one dollar cash what
-JoTUrtsUl pay three for in. October if you
buy oil credit.".' We uny thr-.ct iroui urn
cheapest markets' in I\ftleiicJ for cash
less the large'discnuiii. and can and will
t.rll as low as lue w holesalu nur? hauls
of t harlestou. New York or llidlhuore,
and to those who la vor us w Ii hl heir reg
ular custom we oiler as raie iiiiluccinciils
us were ever offered in lids ol any other
eoinuiuoiiy Our goods .-mire wctkiy
?ud must be .-old, look to \ oar inicrcM
and call on us when you visil lowii.
Fanners, look to \ oil- own welfare,
yon who have sunk low and lower each
riieceediiig year while Hit* middle men
around you have gl own rich in comforts
and wealth, j on have barely dved by
working from sim to >uti Ihe yi iir round,
while oiheis Imve added I luiifsaml? in
I heir already plellmiic in ii.muvs. I.y sidl
ing on ereilit to you in the sprhigmid
collect lug in October and Noheiuhej' Hie
rivtttl sia'med profits ol many a iiii'icih-ss
hat gain. Let t-nr fanners eschew lids
in future mid learn to w*atch as well us
pray?let ilium break from the old beulen
path* of credit ami loin, und de i?imd an
equivah nt for their money. |.e| ll.em
aspire to higher ami gi oilier achieve
C. 1). KORT.JOHN,
Aucliou and Commission Mciehnnt.
'Oinjgtdiiirg. S. C.
There are iwo ones through Mercantile
?t)lle. One \a n? straight ami i-plemild as
m ray oi light, leading lo Irimilpll^ .n il
jichW'VciYicitis. ilint make tl is bright und
ibeaioilul eililh a heifVeil it-i ii. '! i e
<ti her bin deiieil with sorrow*; und ioi
eiit e ami eines, ?irMjigiiiig thioligh >l..
jixicr and detent. I cm ring i: s b,r,)kt u
iu'urled vieiiu.s Into a picnuiture lied
jiwuy IlkiH sulu ol Jordan. On the Ct-h
due wu oiler you the lollowiiig billu ?.
Slioeit 7f> t?> 1 ftO.
it un Hound Measures, ,1.50
Bestllysoii Teu, 40.
?e?t Soap, Gc per 11?.
Dress Goods 6 to 20,
Cotlouudes.ly to 50.
Idonaeli Baking Powder, 25,
Town Talk, 25,
Pocket Knives, ? to 75. .
Knives & Forks, GO to 1,50,
Homespun, 5 to'S,
Choice Hums. 8 to 10.
Axle Grease. 10.
Fly Traps. "15 to 50.
Buggy whips, ?b to 75.
Balance ol Crate Crockery low down
to close out.
. OrangubUrft.'S. C, May 7V 1880?3m
Ii*^?i^t*oi* ofo** Sulc, .
Any person who wish to buy LUM
BER will please call on J. W.
NEEOE at. Ornngeburg BlulT, on Kdisto
lllver, where ho lias a full assortment, ol
Lumber of all kinds, and at. low pi ices.
A call is solicited.
J. DEE ANDREWS
WOULD respectfully inform tho citi
zens of Orungebiirg that lie has in
charge lite stock and fixtures of Z. J.
King, at Wallace Cannon's old stand.
Main street, where he will he glad to nerve
his friends and the public witli anything
iu his line of trade. Everything fresh
and pure and guaranteed to fclvo satisfac
tion. A full line df goods kept constantly
oil hand . Horn and raised in Orange
burg, ! hope to receive a liberal share ol
the patronage of liiy fullow eUizuns.
J. DEE ANDREWS.
BLACtvBERII V BBANDY at Wallace
Cannon's old stand.
Pure CORN and RYE Whiskies for
sale at Wallace Cannon's old stand.
For pure Chuuipalgtic .Lager Beer go
to Wallace Cuifnou's old stand.' Families
supplied hy the dozen?goods delivered
free of charge.
Selt/.er Water, for disarrangement ot
the bowels and kidneys, for sale 1 >w at
Wallace Canuon's old stand.
The "Cotton Boll,*' tho llnest, t' .* i cent
Cigar in town, for sale at Walla ?. Can
non's old stand. Don't forget it.
Soda Water, fresh, by the bottle, at
Wallace Cannon's.old stand.
May 28, 1SS0?ly
IMPR0YED PATENT LIVER PAD!
Nxvsn Gkti Hard.
Cav dk Mask any Strk.notii Ue-hied. 'Last
Twicb ab Long.
Dlaaiut Cur: J vllhailt Dragging tho Bystws.
CWIU and Feier, Q$$K
Biek k Ncrrona
HcaJachp'.' . '
These Pnds Ctiro oil bhc&KS hy A lworptton. No
Noxious rill?, Otis,or ?'otsono?t?Me<licltii"uro tak.-n
Int? Urn Stomach. Tho Pnds mo worn over the Pit
or the Stomach, corcrlnK Uio-Ortafc -Nerve Centres,
jUso tlie Liver and Stonlach; A gentle VoKetublu
1 onto in nhsnrbed into tliecirenlatlon or the Wood nnd
Kidneys to ticuHhy action, und stniijahenintf tin*
tHonvich to digest food. -Prick of Pai>h 61 and t'l
kac11. Boldoy. ali. DnfO.GlB.Tg, or sent by Mull
or kxpnsii. ' . '
MonurncUired at 89 & >ll North Liberty St.,
For Sale by
S. A. REEVES.
y Iii. ,M,*U ri hi .. ??';?,;;( fl
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
On and after May 10th, 1880, Pusson
gor Trains on this road will run as fol
lows: (till further orders.)
GREENVILLE EXPRESS TRAIN.
Leave Columbia.,m.*4 15 p ru
, .?.t'2 15 p in
Arrive at Cauidon.,.,7 j*j u h,
Leave Oru'ugubu'rg .;..(; or> p lu
.+4 15 p 111
Arrive at Charleston....:.^...*n qTj p in
"Daily except Sundays. JSundays unly.
1 Leave Charleston at.5 45 a 111
Leave Orangeburg at.s 40 a in
Leave Camden at.7 00 a in
Arrive at Columbia.10 :t0 a m
Way Freiglit and Passenger Trains. *,
* Leave Columbia."1 10 a m
Arrive at, Camden...|2 00 m
Leave Orrngeburg.10.1?$ 11 m
Arrive at Charleston.2 00 p 111
" Augusta..'" 2."i p hi
* Leave Charleston .,.0 00 a in
Leavu Augusta .S ?? a in
Arrive at Columbia.5 '17 p in
? Passengers leaving Colombia or
Charleston on these I tains have to change
ears at ltrunchvillc to ranch Charleston
at 2 00 p 111 or Columhia at 5 117 p in.
Night Express Train.
Leave Columbia.*9 IJQp m
Leave Oraiigcburg. 12*12:111)
Arrive at Augusta.7 60rt m
Arrive at, Charleston.(! 20 a in
?Passengers taking this train will have
to change ears tit I'ranehvillc 10 reach
Charleston 0.20 a. ni., if not in sleep
er. Regular, Accommodation train will
arrive at S 00 a in.
Leave Charleston.!> 03 p in
Leave Augusta.,.7 10 p in
Leave Oraugeburg..2 46 a ui
Arrive at Columbia.0 10 a in
New Yolk Express.
Leave Oraugeburg.5 17 a in
Arrive at Orangchui^....0 ?7 p m
Tin; j?reenyliie Express and Night Ex
press will run daily. All other trains
run daily except Sundays. Sleeping
Curs are attached to Night Express.
Reiths only $1 f?0 to Charleston or Au
gusta.] Those trains make connections
at Charleston with New York and Bttlti
niore Steamers oil Wednesdays and Sat
urday s. also with Florida Steamers on
Tuesdays and Saturdays. The Night
Express make eonnceiiou.s with 7 a m
train on SAU Railroad forSavunah ami
Florida points. Connections inmle by
other trains at AuguMa witli trains from
and 10 that point, also with all trains
from and to Glturlysto.it.
The. train leaving Columbia at ft 30 p
m and arriving at 0 10 a in makes clo.-e
connection* at Kiiijg&vitlc with the New
York Dxpress Train*, to. whieh is at
'lachtd a Pullman Slcephlg Car, running
[through between Augusta and New
i York without change.
1 On Sat unlay and' Sundays, round trip
tickets ate .sold to and from all stations
at one llrst-class fare for the round trip
good till .Monday uuon to return.
I). C. ALLEN,
.Gen. Pass, and T. Agt.
John B. Pkck, Gen. Supt.
J. G. PosTKt.r., Agt Oraugeburg.
CONFECTIONER AND CANDY MANUFACTURER,
CFFERS FOR SALIC THE LAUGEST ASSORTMENT OF FINE
Fine Candies, wholesale and retail,
nl bottom prices.
FRUITS ^VINl) IVlJa-w. of till tlescrlp'tions always on hand.
. The only place where von can always gel
FRESH RAISINS. CURRANTS, CITRONS, DATES. FIGS.
crackers and cakes. dessiuatbo coconuts and
fancy groceries of all kinds.
SPECIALTIES IN SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
Largest assort inent of such goods in town.
FINE CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PI 1'KS,
? Cckcs ornamented fur Wedding ? hi the most exquisite style.
Cake Steep es und Oi iiaun nis made to order
Call and examine beloru blivhig elsewhere at lUDGUM ANS OLD STAND
OrHiigcbiirg. S. <"., Sept. '1 if
PERFECTLY SAFE IN THE MOST INEXPERIENCED HANDSt
'For Dlarrhcaa, Dysentery,Cramps, Cholera,
AND ALL THOSE NUMEROUS TROUBLES OF THE STOMACH AND BOWELS
SO PREVALENT AT THIS 8EASON,
No Remedy known to tho Medical Profession tins been In use m> long a/id With BUCb uniformly
satisfactory results M
? bim i
It has been used wltli such wonderful success in all parla of tho world In tho trcaUncnt of UlCtO
difficulties, that it baa como to bo considered
AN UNFAILING CURE FOR ALL SUMMER COMPLAINTS
and inch it really Is when taken In timo and according to tho very pluln directions inclosing
In such diseases, tho attack is uMially sudden and frequently very acute: l>ut witn n
safe remedy nt limul lor immediate use, there in seldom danger of Uie fitted result
which bo often follows u few days' ncidect
The Inclination to wait imd boo I! tho morrow doc* not bring u better feeling, not infrequently
occasions a vast amount of lieedlc*a Hilt'cring. an*sometimes costu a life. A timely dose of
Pain Killer will almost invariably savo both, and with Uiem tho attendant doctor's foe.
It lm? stood the teat of forty yearn' constant use in all countries and climates, and
is perfectly safe in any person's hands.
It in recommended by Physicians, Nurses In Hospitals, and persona of oil classes and
professions who havo had opportunity for observing tho wonderful results which htivo always
followed Its uso.
THE BE8T EVIDENCE:
MoRsra. PEItny DAVIS A BON:
I know you nood no toHtiraonlnl to convinro ymi
that your mariicino is all that ycia claim for it. but I
cannot restrain Uio Impulno to communicate to yon
tint fn<t that in nn> fuinilv it hiui truly dono wonders.
I aduriifotor It to my children (ono MSUtOoS month*,
nivl Ihn other throo w.?.. old) with i*orfool BUCCGSV.
It reuulatcri tlirir bowels, and ?toim nil dlirrhro.v
M . . If niul wifo i, ?i. to it in nil can ??. both for
Intcrnr.l and nxlemal uk*<. I'vo used it in my family
I r fivo v ,u.i, und it iff not bu_ without it. I'Veluw
uiynclf under miu'h obliKation to you, Ii many tlni>*}
bohlt; ruliovod from pain, i nm very truly youm,
I.. F. MOOKE. Ba&gall, DutcbSM Oi., Now York.
I havo long unod tho modlclno known na PEltUY
DAVIH'VKOETAHI.K PAIN KIMiKltln my family
and would not on any account bn without it. Whpn
Cholera wai last epidemic hero, I lined no medlcino
of any sort but th>< Pain K ill -r. and although mv ??If
and flovoral rooiiiborM of nit inmily nu,rr. ntLickod
Bovoroly, I am hnppy to tay that tho Pain KilloV was
equal to avory oiuarjtency. I cobHidur I ahould not
bo doing inyduty to Uih i'.nimnnity did I not my
thin much. If I wero attacked by tho Cholera
to-day Palu Killor w . M bo tho only remedy I
r>l"Hird nsa. I Iwyo tbo.oui;hly L;aCuJ it, und kjiow
i'? 'i bo relied on.
V, IS. UEKOINHENI), Oalona, Illinois.
No family can aftbrd to bo without it, and Its prico brines It within tho reach of all.
Tho uso of ono bottle will go further to convince you of its merits than columns of news
paper advertising. Try It, and you will never do without It.
InCu KGc, ??c.aud ?i.OG |>or bottlo. You can obtain it nt nny dnig-storo or from
PERRY DAVI8 & SON, Proprietors, Provldonoo, R. I.
P. G, CANNON,
Grixii and Locksmith,
and dealer in
Gung, 3?istols and. Greneral Hai-dware.
ORANGEHUKG, S. G.
TTTiEEl'S constantly on hand a full and complete stock of Guns and Pistols o
JLV every description, Pocket Knlven, Table Knives and Forks. .Spoon,,, Scissors,
and in fact almost anything in the Hardware line. I make a specialty o( Carpen
ters* TooIh. Fanning Implements, Cooking Utensils, Fishing Tackle, Sportsmcns'
Goods, such us Shot, Powder, Gim wuds, etc., etc., also
THE LIGHT RUNNING REMINGTON SEWING MACHINE,
The best and cheapest Machine manufactured.
The public are cordially invited to examine tny stock before purchasing as I am
determined not to be undersold. Repairing of all kinds done with neatness and
dipateh. 1?. G. CANNON.
Orangeburg, S. C, Jan. <10, 1SS0?ly
J. C. Fill
F Ii ES H A RR IVALS
Blew and. Desirable Goods
MY STOCK COMPRISES
L)i\y Goods and Grix>cex-ies
IN CHEAT VARIETY.
The Dry Goods embrace Ladies ami Mens Dress floods, White and Colored
Cotton Goods, Prints, Men's and Boys* Clothing, Hats ami Caps,
Loots and Shoes,
To suit all classes. Also full lines of
GROCERIES AND TOBACCOS,
And in fact everything to be found in a tlrst class store.
Thar king the public for their generous patronage in the past, I respectfully
solicit a continuance of the same, promising to Sell everything at the luwscl possi
ble price. The highest market price paid for
Cotton, Corn, Peas, Rice, &o.
And all other Country Produce. A call s( lielted. No trouble to show poods.
JOHN C. PIKE,
Orar.geburg, S. C , Mar 28-t'f Corner Church and Russell Streets.
I!! I?! I!!! I!!! I i 11 IUI II!! 1!!! I!!
^^DVERTISE a large and varied stock of Goods, consisting in part of
Sugar. Tea, Soap.. Tinware. Lemons, Butter Nuts,
Collce, Spice. Sapolio. Stone ware. Oranges Cocoa Nuts,
bacon< Ginger. Washing Soda. Glassware, Apples, pecans,
Fhmr, Pi-pprr. T.ye, Crockery ware. Cabbages, Almonds,
Lard. Nutmegs] Potash, Wooden ware, Confectionery, Currants,
Hams. Copperas, Starch. Sitters', Candy, Prunes.
In fact the largos find best variety of Fancy and Staple. Groceries kept in Orange
burg, til prieesTen toTwcnty r er cent less than any house in town.
I mean just wind I say.
I'll sell for less than any one,
Or give my goods away.
A. B. WATKEP,
On.i.g. burg. April -1. 187'J. louder of Low Prices.
to wonderful in its conception, un*
procodontod fot doing a largo range of
sewing in textile fabrics and leather. Its
motions are continuous, admitting of an
extraordinary rate of speed, either by
steam or foot power. Every motion of the
treadle makes six stitches, thus produc
ing about ono-third more work In a day
than other Sewing Machines. It has no
ctop motions, and tightens the stitch with
the noodlo out of tho fabric. It uses the
well-known V\/?3cr; Compound Food on both sides of the needle. It
has two-thirds less parts than any other first-class Sewing Machine.
Its arm Is fully olght and one-half Inches long and five and one-half
inches high, and tho whole Machino Is.vory compactly and scien
tifically constructed in proportions, olegance, design and appear*
nnco. Its simplo, powerful and perfect mechanism places It as far
in advance of all other Sowing Machines as the telephone is superior
to tho tin speaking tub?. Tho WILSON MENDING ATTACHMENT,
for repairing all kinds of textile fabrics WITHOUT PATCHING, fur
nished FREE with a'.l WILSON SEWING MACHINES, together with
? Tuokor, Huffier', ftnr.-inr. Sotnf Hammors. Binder, etc. "
These Machines are on exhibition and for sale by
. THEODORE KOTIN,
Orangeburir. S. ('.. Nov. 7th, 1870.?tf
I JAS. F. iZLAR,
.\ttorhoy ttritl Counsellor
? . .
, At Law,
QKAXGEUIJKG, S. 0.
Olllee corner Court House Square and
j Church street, the same lately owned
und occupied by Win. M llutspn, K?q. :
?lil?e 11. lfrSO-tl
? L. S. WOLFE, D. D. S,,
Craduato Of Ihdtiuiore Dental College.
Olliee over D. Louis' Store,
Offers Id-; rtrofe$?ioi)Hl Fcrviees to thccili
/eiis of Oiangebiirg anil adjoining coun
Teeth extracted without pnltl by the
use nt Nitrous Oxide Has. the safest an
jus the ie known to !<eieuee. Satisfaction
?Ian. 80. 1SS0?ly
Ib a compound of the virtues of ssrsapa
ril'.a, stilliugia, mandrake, yollow dock,
with tho iodidoof potash and iron, all pow
erful blood-making, blood-cloansing, And
life-sustaining elements., It is the purest,
safest, and in every way the most effectual
alterativo modlclue known or available to
the public. Tho sciences of medicine ami
chemistry have never producod so valua
ble a remedy, nor one so potent to euro
all diseases resulting from impure blood.
It cures Scrofula, aud all scrofulous
diseases, Krysipolus, Rose, or St. An
thony's Fire, Pimples and Face
grubs, Pustules, Blotches, Bolls, Tui
mors. Tetter, Humors, Salt Klioum,
Scald-hoad, Itlhgworra, Ulcers, Sores,
ralgla, Femalo Wenknosscs and Ir
regularities, Jaundice, Affections of
the Id vor, Dyspepsia, Emaciation,
and General Debility.
By its searching nnd cleansing qualities
it purges out the foul corruptions which
contaminate the blood, and causo de
rangement and decay. It stimulates and
enlivens tho vital functions. It promotes
energy and strength. It restores and pre
serves health. It infuses new- life and
vigor throughout tho wholo system, ifo
sufferer from any discaso whlcharises from
Impurity of the blood need despair, who
will give Ayeb's SAAsXrAJUxnA a fair
trial. Remember, the earlier the trial,
tho speedier tho cure. ' '
Its recipe has been furnished to physi
cians evorywhero: and they, recognizing
Its superior qualities, administer it in then;
For nearly forty years Ayku's Sab
sapabilla, has been widely used, and It
now possesses the confidence of millions
of people who have experienced benefits
from its marvellous curative virtues.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
SOLD BT ALI. DUUOOIBTfl BTSBYWUBRJt*
Oct< her J. lS7u?ly
How Watches are Made.
IT will be apparent to 1105* one who will
examine 11 SOMI) Goi.u Watch, that
iiflde from the nccessaiy thickness for
engraving Und polishing, a large propor
tion of the precious niotal used, is need
ed only to stiffen ami hold the engraved
port inns in place, and supply the neces
sary solidity mid strength. The surplus
gold is actually needless so far as utili
ty and beauiv aic concerned: In.TAMES
ROSS" PATEN f GOLD WATCH CASES
this waste ot precious metal is overcome.
and the SAMK SOI.IlllTY ANl> STUKKCTll
produced at jrojii one-tliird to one-halt'
ol the usual cost of solid cases,' The pro
cess is of tho mo-it simple nature, as fol
lows: 11 plate: of nickle eoinpociiion met
al, specially adapted to tho purpose, has
two platen of S01.ID1OOI.0 soldered 0110
on each side. Tho t|iree arc then passi-d
between polished steel rollers, and the
result is a strip of heavy plated composi
tion, from which the cases, backs, cen
tres, bezels, etc.. are cut and shaped by
suitable dies and formers. ' The gold in
these cases Is sutllclcntly thick to admit
of all kinds of clunuug. 'engraving und
enamelling; tho enytuved cukcs have
been carried until worn perfectly
smooth by time and use without remov
ing the gold.
THIS IS THE ONLY CASK MADE'
W ITH TWO PLATES OF SOLID GOLD
AND WARRANTED BY, SPECIAL
For sale by all Jewelers Ask for Il
lustrated Catalogue, and to^ee warrant.
March 12. 1880?ly
CALL ???? CALL
At the People's Bakery,
ESTABLISHED IN 1871,
BY THE PRESENT. PROPRIETOR
Who Is still ready and willing to
BREAD, ROLLS, PIES
. .. V . .? ?7 ?1,. jT. \
of all ^descriptions.
G U N (x- E R S
by the barrel or box.
bread for gamp-meetings,
Any other meetings at short notice.
JUS T RECEIVED FRESH CONFEO
TIONARYS, FANCY GOODS AND
NOTIONS, which will be sold as low as
any that can be bought in Orangeburg.
Thunklul for the past patronage of my
friends and the public I still solicit a con
tinuance of their custom. < ,
T. W. A LBERGOTTI,
Next door to Mr. J. P. Harley.
Orangehnrg. Sept 13, 1878 ly
in plantatioIt goods,
dry goods and groceries,
St. Matthew? S. C.
Wc respectfully call the attenlion of
the farmers to our goncral stoek
of GOODS and solicit a call whene'er
they visit St. Matthew.-, A full and
-fresh ?lock constantly in score,