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Under the Lilac Buahps^ k : |
Under tho lilac bushes, . ,. ..1
When the bloom was at il's'height;
Under the fragrant lilacs, Nl k? no i i
We stood on a summeK'Sonight;
While lie told me tho old,: old story?
Old, and yet ever new ;
And 1 listened, because 1 loved him;
What else could a woman do? i < . .:
Under the lilac bushes* .?llmi'l
Only ourselves alone, .
I bent to his lightest whisper,
1 thrilled to his lowest tone. !m i?i
He painted a glowing intuvd., v 1
Beautiful, fond and true,* do tw
And 1 listened, because 1 believed him;
What else could a-woinan'iloi1
Oh. such a glorious summer! ?
Never its like before;
Never such a wealtir.fif gladness
Has Hooded a glad heart o'er.
Never such joy in livibg
Under the heavens bjue:
And i loved him, because 1 loved him;
What else could a woman do ?
Where is he now? Why ask me? ? *''
For I am learning to-day ui i
There are always two sides to a story,
Look at it as we may.
Some one will read the 'right .side,
The wrong has fallen to me.
And my heart has refused to question . I
Where its false love may he.
News Items.. ; ;
A Saratoga yoiing woman won.
enough by belling on a horso to buy
a diamond cross.
Ifyouhavn't gotsunstruck op to
date, the chances arc that you are
safe until next year*.' I ft 01J ]
Two Japanese ladies have narro wly
escaped the honors of belleship at |
Saratoga litis summer.
A pair were married at., Newport, j
H. L, recently, alter, uu unbroken
courtship of !l? years. ;
Chief Justice Willard is still in
Cashier's Valley. The hearing of
the case of the Chief Justiceship will
lake place on the 10th.
Everybody is preparing for a big
fall trade, and are in hi&h hopes of
making money enough to pay all
t heir debts and in: prove their homes.
So mote it he.
"1 don't like Jones," said Siiod
giass. '?Nu," In: added, alter a
pause, k*l don't like him. The fact is
Jones speaks so much of himself tells
so much, you know, that he doesn't
leave any room for the imagination."
Does any reader know Jones?
President 11 ayes does not believe
in Ihtf .South Carolina '?census frauds,'"
and says so plainly. He also proves
by tacts and figures,, that , tlu; StuleT
as recently enumerated, iannullier un
der than over the proper malic. "This
is a wry graceful act of Mr. Hayes,
A census enumerator in a New
Hampshire lown found one family
whose mother's age was lucnly-six"
years and that of her oldest sotf lour
teen years. Enquiry revealed^ Mini
tact that the mother ?was married
when eleven years and-" six months
old to a man twenty years old.
John Harvey and Mrs. lAjtihpny, OfJ
A biori, Miss., made up iheir? 'minds
to elope. Each had a lawluVconsort
and four children. They decided 'Ay
lake of the young ones along, and
drew lots, the woman winning, as to
which should make the choice. She
look two ol her own, of course.
Governor Jeter took Ilie oath ol
office, in the Governor's;-.;o.fliee,i al
ihe Stale House, in Columbia; oh
Wednesday, and ex Governor Simp
son filed his resignation, , .The latter
issued an address to- the people ' oT
the Slide expressing! Ids thanks tif
them, and gracefully presenting1'h'L'
(successor. I5S.I? ; I
The number of pcrsnus awaiting
trial for murder in our large cities is i
ultogt liter unprecedented. Chicago j
und Pittsburg ngi?regate.qhout fyrt^v- ]
live. Other cities snow nearly us,
many in proportion. Gross abuse of i
the pardoning power, is one. of, the :
principal causes of the uia.rinjijg ptev- ?
alencc ol homicides.
The Boston Harald says: ?*IInsnoy
a man a right, in this country to vole]
for the principles for which Lee and
Jackson fought, if it pleases him sot
to do?" They fought for lonal sell'-:
government, and a good many men
ut the Nottlt will vote the same way, j
although they never sympathised, with
secession, as thousands or Southern!
men did not.
Foolish people in the North who!
have been wot tying themselves over
- Hampton's alleged speech, can learn'
something by tending Hie following j
from Col. MeLure, of Philadelphia:}
??Most people will hold their votes inj
a Presidential contest, quite above!
1 be control of any foolishly uttered or'
falsely leportcd speech from any man,]
North or South.
The Nashville American petitions
for a large expenditure of Republican
funds in Hie South during the present
canvass. It says: **We,are anxious
to have a million or so scattered
around in the South. It will help bus -
ness and it won't hurt Democracy at
all. If Mr. Slier mini is going to open
the treasury Id us have a liberal ex
penditure down here."
Resides the loss of I lie steamer
City of Vera Cruz near St. Augustine,
on the Florida coast, during the re
cent storm, a number of other vessels
were cither wrecked or otherwise
(seriously injured. Thine Was con
siderable loss ol life. Every day ad
ditional evidences of the fcveiity of
the storm are made manifest, by re
ports of stranded vessels and dtscov
t'liccf along the he. ch.
>P:v- i . I
CONFECTIONER AND CANDY MANUFACTURER;
< CPFlCllK-FOH SALIC THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF FINK
_ r.,vl O O j
Fine- Candies, "wiiolesale and retail,
-:> i! bet >.??
: nl bottom prices. ..i >i' i
?i ???Hi ? ii ? I !
ITHTrT'X'JS A.TN I> lNUrJV?. of nil descriptions always on hand.
i. . i I
The only place where von can always- get
ERESU RAISINS. ( Till: A NTS. <ITUONS I)A TK.S. FIOS.
c]L\< KEliS ANO <!AKKS. I MCsSft!A i'KI > coconuts and
, F^TUi^'Jui^uifijUh^wwrvn kinds.
,.; SPECIALTIES IN SMOKERS- ARTICLES.
. . t, , Largest assort nicnl ol such goods in town .
FINE CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES,
Cokes ornamented fur Weddings in the most exquisite style,
c.ike Sleep e.*-aml Oriitiinetiis made to order*
-Call and exaiuine before buying elsewhere at IHtlGGMAN'S OLD STAND.
Oraiieebtlrg'. S. C, Sept. A if
-P.vG. CAN NOK,
Cimi ni id Loclvsmitha
... j and' dualer, in , .
(rims. Pistols :mcl Gr-'eiioral 1 I;ii'il\v;irc.
(iKANGEiVLiCG, S. C.
KKKl'S^eonstmiilv nit band si full and complete slock of Guns and Pistols o
every de-ortptipo. H?ckel IJ^dvufj. Ta;bl?/ Knives ami K?rles. Spoons. Scissors.
:iutl 'in lacl almost jinyihing in die I lard\v;nc line. I make a specialty ol Carpcn
lors* Tool?. Fanning Impb im-nis. Cooking Utensils. Fishing Tackle. Sportsmens*
GootVi. >uch ;t.< Shot], Powder. Gun wads, etc.. etc., also
THE LICHT RUNNING REMINGTON SEWING MACHINE,
The best ami cheapest Machine manufactured.
The public ar.?rdhilly invited t<> examine my slock before purchasing as I am
determined not to h ) umiersold. Uc.pairing of all kinds done with neatness ami
Orniigcburg. S. C.,.lan.:iO, ISSO?ly
P. G. CANNON.
F U E S II A R R I V A L S
1-mdT 11!?: ?'
JIV STOCK COMPRISES
M.I .U ' '?>
n .t ? ?>?
. c' d!i7ilM?* i?i
.'l !?' v y ibu h
IJ l4 v G o od 0 ; 11 id! GrFocerie
fisina "! i' ?-??>'???? '
?'?fstdi. . -
fit \ .1. '.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
?/ *./ ir,i i i ' * * * > ? f * '
The . OrV Gi'joflsembrace Ladies and Mens Dress Goods, White ami Colored
,: 1 .Colib'u'GooiUl Prints, Men's and Hoys' Clothing. Hats and Cans.
V ? \X(it t ?? ? ? ?
. ;.. A
IBoots arid. Slioes,
I To suit all classes. Also full lines of
'?"GROCERIES AND TOBACCOS,
ml lb ..a; < dpi ?ti'l , *
in i j.- in .3 jM (jvi.j-yth'mg lo he found in a lirsl class store.
aw 'io xuore * , .
. ? ? i
<: Thanking ithi' phbllo lor Iheir gtmernus patronage in the past I respvetftdly
ifioRcitm ooiifinmiiu'e nl the stiuie. promising io sell every 11 ing at Mm loA'Stft pt>s>-i'
bluJ>L']uy. The highe-'C market pi ice paid to"
v-M-< .?JlJ't?b?; ;>x dJli'i i Bl .
Cotton, Corn, Peas, Kice, &c.
And'^ othyr Country l*rm|uce*.j A cal|^i lil-'m-d. j ^'(ilroublc to slaiw g<ioii.si
, Ornngcburg', S. ('.. Mar 2s-|f
? i ? Ml I
JOHN C. l'IKEy?
(,'orner Church and I'nssell Sireei's.
PERFECTLY SAFE IN THE MOST INEXPERIENCED HANBSl
For Diarrhcoa, Dysentery, Cramps, Cholora,
AND ALU THOSE NUMEROU8 TROUBLES OF THE STOMACH AND BOWELS
SO PREVALENT AT THIS SEASON,
No Remedy known tr. the. Medical Profession lins lieon in use su luiiy and with such uniformly
> >., ' ali-Am:.luIy u-.-.ulIo uj .
... il>cen woA with such wonderful Piircefa In tilt parts of Uio world in the treatment of these
oialcultiea, that it hius come- to bo considered
. AN UNFAILING mW f OR ALL SUMMER COMPLAINTS
nn<t spch Jt really is when taken Iii thao and nccordrng to the very plain directions inclosina
each bottle. n
In such diseases, the itltnck Is nsttnlly sudden nnd frequently very m ute; but with i%
nafb remcily at liunil lor immediate use, there In seldom ilnuuvr or the fntnl i-phuIS
which mi often follows a few days' neglect.
The inclination to wait and see if iho morrow does not bring n better feellnp, not lufronnontly
occasions a va?t nmount of needless suffering, and sometimes ??<> .is a lire, a timely uosool
l'aiu Killer will almost invariably save both, and with them the attendant doctor's fee
it in... stood the teat or forty ymrn? constant an in all countries and climates and
1?perfectly Fnfo in any persons hands.
It I- rMomiminilcd by Physicians. Nurses in Hospitals, and persons of all classes and
professions who have had opportunity for observing the wonderful results which liavoalwava
followed ita uso.
THE BEST EVIDENCE:
Mi-ssra. PKRRY DAVIS A SON:
I know jon ikkkI no toatlmanial to convince sou
tlint ynnr in.?ili.-inn i^nlltlin! >.ai olabn tor it, lint I
cannot rmtratn iho ini|mlHo tocoiiintiuiicntoioynic
Utn fact Oirtt in luy fnmily it blia truly doMi wontlent.
1 nilininihlor it to my cliildron (onn eighteen months,
nnil tlie other three ;.enrH old) with |Mirli>et mcceSM.
It n^nlatiM their howola, nnd Rtops all dif?rrho>.i.
.My.-elf nmt wifn n>;ort. to it in nil raws. Ix.tli fur
Int. rnnl .ei:) eiterni.l iiko. I've nved it in aw finnily
lor livii years, mot w.7f unl 1?. without it. 1'oelinit
[uracll untltir maoh obligation to you, in many timoa
licitiK relieved from |.!iln, I nm very truly loan.
U K MOOR1C Uaugall, Dntchon^ Oin,?ow York.
No family can alVord to be without It, and Its price brlliKS it within the reach of all.
The use of one bottle will jr? further to convince you of its merits than columns of news
paper advertising. I'ry it, and you will never do without It.
Price, tf?u. ?Oc. antl 91.00 per bottle. You can obtain it at any drug-storo or from
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors, Providonco, R. I.
M.:v. 11 is 0 Urn
I hnve lonp u?ed thf? modieinn known na PKRRY
DAVIS'VKOETARLR PAIN ICrLLERIn myf.miily
nnd would not uu any acount lie without it. When
rhoj.-r.i ?.m last Oiiiiloiiiic here, I used no lncilicino
of any (tort lint the Pain Killor, and iiHIioukIi myself
nnd Hovernl munbafa of my family -.vere attacked
Hovornly, I nm lnipi>y to say I hat the Pain Killur whs
?Mltinl to every eincr^enry. I consider 1 should not
ho ilniinr my duty to thn rnuunuuity di.l I not say
Ihn mnob. If I won aUaokod by the Oholera
to-iUy. Pain Killer '.. .: 1 I !>?? the only remedy I
Rr'iUlu USO. I linvo thOTOUgllly test.sl it, mid know
it . n bo n-lie<l on.
P. I'.. ItKlKilNSDM), Onlonn, Illinois.
" I! ! ' 1!! ! J!!! J!!! J ! ! ! I ! ! 1 I! !! J ! ! ! I! I
DVJ2RTJS12 II large and varied stock of Goods, Consisting in part of
Sugar, Tea, Soap. Tinware. Ijcnions, Bulter Nuts,
Coffee, Spice, Sapolio. Stoneware. Oranges Cocoa Nuts,
Bacon, Cinger, Washing Soda, Glassware, Apples. Pecans,
Klour, Pepper, Lye* Crockery ware. Cabbages, . Almonds,
? I.aid, ' NntUipgii, 1'otasli, Wooden ware, Confectionery, Currants,
Hams. Copperas, Starch. Sitters, Candy. Prunes.
In fact flie larges und liest variety pi Fancy and Staple Groceries kepi in Orange
burg, M prices Ten fpTwetlly percent less than any house.in town.
I mean just what I say. ' '
I'll sell for less than any one,
Or give my goods away.
A. :Bi. WM KEF,
Oraogoburg. April 1ST'.). Leader of Low Prices.
SOUTH CAROLINA KA1LKOAI).
Pass e kg kr Prpart m v.nt.
On and after May ICth, 1SS0. Passcu
go ?" Trains ?>n lid* roadI will run as fol
lows: (till Ini tiier orders.)
G 11E EN VI LI - E i: X I'll T15 AIX.
Leave Columbia.* I 15 p in
k? .:-2 1". i? in ;
?rrlye ntCamdeii.7 l? p m
Leave Orangeburg .t! 05 p in I
*? a .J l Iii p in I
Arrive at. Charleston.*'.? pO p in ;
'? .;7 30 p in .
?Daily except Sundays. (Sundays only, j
Leave Charleston at.fi l."> a in
Leave Orniigeburg at.s 10 a in
Leave Camdoij at.7 0(1 a m
Arrive al Columbia .10 :'?() a in
Way Freight and Passenger Trains.
* Leave Columbia.? 10 a in
Arrive at Caniden.1- <!" in
i Leave Orrligebur??.10 OS a in
i Arrive at Charleston.'- 0'? |> in
Augusta.2.1 p ni
I * Leave Charleston .!i 00 a in
I Leave Augusta.S 00 a in
i Arrive at Columbia."> :I7 |> in
* Passengers leaving Colombia or
Uharleslou on t lies? trains have to eliange
ears at liranehville to reach Charleston
J al 2 00 p in or Columbia at ."> 37 p in.
*.\Ighl Express Train.
Leave Columbia.'It ;!() p in
Leave Oriingchuig. 1- 32a m
Arrive at Augusta. 7 f?0a in
Arrive at Charleston.<; 20 a ui
?Passengers taking Ibis train will have
t<? change cars at ISranchville to reach
Charleston 11.20 a. in . if not in sleep
er. Ucguhir Accommodation train will
arrive at S 00 :i iii.
(iOlXC w est.
Leave Charleston.'.) 0.1 p ui
Leave Augusta.7 10 p in
Leave <)i'tiugeburg.2 l"? a in
Arrive at Columbia.11 IUa iii
New Yot k Express.
Leave Orangeburg.17 a in
I Arrive at Orangeburg.0 ."i7 p in
The tireeiivilie Expiv--.uul Nlghl Ex
press will run daily. All ollier train
run' 'Maily excepi Sundays, sleeping
I Cars are atiaehetl to Ni?ht Express.
Keiths only ?1 ">u to Charleston or'A.it
"gUStU. These trains make connections!
al Charleston with New York and Balti
more Steamers on Wednesdays and Sal-j
unlays, also with I'lorida steamers on
Tuesday.- and Saturdays. The Vighl
Express make couueetlous with 7 a in
train on S & ?' h'aihnad forSavnuah and
Florida points. Connections made by
other train.- al AugilMn with trains from
and to that point, al.-u with all trains
iV'on and !<? Charleston.
.in; train leaving Columbia ill 0 30 p
in and arriving al ii l<> a m makes close j
connection- at Line..-vide with the New j
York Dxpiess Irani-. t<> which is at-j
tuchct] a Pullman Sleeping Car. running
through helwecn Anglist a and New
Vork u ilhotil change.
On Salurihiy and Sundays, round trip
tickets are .-old to and from ?II .-laiiou.
at one Hrst-elass fare for the round trip
i;ootl till Moiidav noon to return
P. C. ALLEN.
(leu, Pass, and T. Agt.
?Fottx P.. Pi <k. C'en. Supt.
j , ? j .1. ?;. Pomi.i.i., Agl Orangeburg;
Di) \ on -idler with headk.ehe?
I) you fed dull and languid?
Do.-- your appetite tail yon?
I- your Liver out of oidei ':
Have you a Indulte ta>te in 3*0111
Have yoii dyspepsia or indigestionV
(1 11 so, lake.
OR. IdVEll CURE,
[And get immediate relief. Jt never fails,
as htiailieds will testily who have used it
and have been hcuclitled. ii is entirely
vegetable, certain hi Ii? etlcots. and abso
lutely harmless. One trial will convince
you. ROWIE ifc MOISE,
Charb'sioii, S. 0.
I For Sa'c by Dr. J. C. Wannanir kcr,
Oiangeburg S. ('. April 23? II?1 \6.
TAKE A ( EL l iriCATE
Mutual Endowment Asses?
OF H A LT I M O R K.
*"|M!1S scheine of Life Insurance is got
JL ten up by the best business men oi
Baltimore a.- a inunuil protection nmouu
its incuibers. It Is ha-cd upon purely
business principle- im?' is perfectly relia
hie, ?llbrdhig the Sale*! and cheapest plan
on which lile risks can he I ah on. .Mr. .1.
S. Alb.trgoiti represents lh ? couipnux foV
this eofiiily and wilt i-.-m: eertjlicates
He invites examination and will be
plca-cd to give till information needed.
April 2nd, I ? St). - (Jin
At My Stables.
B ? UGH ICS eel ehr? ted, young Stallion.
11 Alt A 111 AN wdl be'I,.und. lot the
St asoii. ai my stables on I'usscll Street.
A lew Select Makes will be received.
Terms Moderate. w. M . SAIN.
Llvei v A Sale Stables.
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I
NnvKR OnTs Hard.
Caj? de Made a>y Strkngtu JJksirro.
twice Ali Lonc.
Disease? Curci wittout Brassing Uio Dyston.
Chilis and Fever,
Sick & Xcrvous
Those Pads Cure nil Diseases hy Ao.^orpUon. No
Noxious Pills. Olls,or Poisonous Meittcines are taken
Into the Stomach. The Pails nre worn over Uio I'll
t>i the Stomach, covering tii<- Urcat Nerve Centres,
nlso Uio Liver ami Stomnch. A KcnUo vegetable
Tonic i.-< Ahnorbeil Intotliccircuitlttonof the ?lootliuul
I ivor. purifying ttm lti<-cmI. sumulutinKtlio l.tvernml
KMueys to iic;ilttiy action, niul stn nRtlnmiuK the
Btiiliiai'll to liierst foixl. I'tllCK <>P I'.M'S ft ANT) ft
rac'ii. Sold uy ALL UuuoutsTS, or sent by .Mull
Manufactured at S*.i ,V 41 Konni LiTJBRTi i^t,
VaLI IMOKIi. Mil.
I'm- Siiie by
S; A. IlEEVES.
.Liu. 30, 1880?ly
J. DEE ANDREWS
Y\TO?LI) res|Urel fully inform I ho oil i
tV /.cits of Oriingoburg that hu lias hi
charge lho stoak ami llx'.iircs of Z. J.
Ling, a! Will luce CaUtion's olil -laud.
Main Si root, where liu will be glad to servo
his friends anil Hie public With anything
in his line of trade. Everything fro?h
anil (Hire ami gtuir?Oiteed to give siltislnc
lion. A lull Hue of goods kept constantly
im hand . Horn ami raised in Oruugc
btirg. I hope to lecuL'e a liberal share of
the patronage of mv fellow citizens.
.1. DF.K ANDREWS.
HLACKP.EKHY MK.WDY at Wallace
Catiuoirs old stand.
I'ure C'VlKN ami lit E W hidden for
sale al Wallace ( aillinifs old -land.
for pure Champaigno Lager Iteeryb
to Wallace t atlllOiiV old >i and. Families
supplied byil.hu dozen?goods delivered
free ol charge.
Seltzer Water, fur disairau/enient ol
the ho weis and kidneys, lor .-ale I ?w at
Wallace (7aiinoli'.S old -land.
The '?Cotton Holl." the finest 1' : i cent
Cigar in town, for sale a' Walla1 Can
non's old stand. I)??n*l forget ii
Soda Water, fre.-li. by the bottle, at
Wallace Ca: noi,'- old -land.
May 28, ISSO?ly
Foil new srvi.Es of
P AT,i, ?Ij< )THINCt, l880.
I have,.received :t full line ol lall and
JL winter -ample.- of Clothing I roll! the
tailoring house of
Jacob Reed's Sons,
Pill l.A DELPil I A. PA.
The irtVtisiire.? are taken lim e and a lit
gll:tva?ttcetl oi no sale, llii-h-c-s. dross
and military suits made in the latest cut.
IHK .MATP. 11.ess
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
No. s improved.
And all attachments always on h ind,
for -peed, strength, noiseless, police
lion ot Killed and beauty oi opt.ration
I ihorc i< no ?(jual.
James A, Hamilton,
At the .-tore uf John A, Hamilton.
Feb 13, Ism).
VlitGINIA HOUSE,' _
(Formerly McDowell House)
11ENDEF.SONY1LLE. N. C.
HAYING purchased She McDowell
House, the undersigned begs leave
lo inform the traveling public that he has
tiirui-hed it throughout in modern style,
and will endeavor to keep a first c]a?s
house. The proprietor will give: I.is per*
shun I attention to the house, and do all
In hi- power to make <jin st- comfortable.
The table will he supplied with the' best
tin- market a (lords. Polite and attentive
servants. Terms moderate.
A. .1. DOHA MEAD. Proprietor.
(Formerly of the Virginia House, Co In Hi
lda, S. l!.
J. II,.Til ac kam, Clerk.
(Late ol the Columbia Hotel. Colum
bia, S. C^ April 2d. 1>S0
()()(),()()() t l) I TON. for which
I will pay or.e-third of the market value
ot lint cotton am! return seed.
An? 27 GEO. II. COUNKLSON.
Combine the choicest oathort/ic principles
in inediciuc, in proportions accurately
adjusted to secure activity, certainty, and
uniformity of effect. They arc tho result
of years of carcfnl study afid,practical ex
periment, and are the most effectual rem
edy yet discovered for diseases, caused by
derangement of the stomivch, liver, anil
bowels, which require prompt andeffectu* ?
nl treatment. Aver's Fills are specially
applicable to this class of diseases. ' They
act directly on the digestive and assimr
ilativo processes, and restore regular
healthy action, Their extensive use by
physicians in their practice, and by all
civilised nations, is one of the many
proofs of their value as a safe, sure, and
iterfectly roliablo purgative ruedicino.
3eiug compounded of the concentrated
virtues of purely vegetable substances,
they are positively free from calomel, or'
any injurious properties, and can bo ad
ministered to children with perfect safety.
Avrr's Pitts are an effectual cure for
Constipation or CostivenesB, Indiges
tion, Dyspcpsiu, Jjoss of Appetite,
Foul Stomach mid Breath,Dizziness,
Headache, Loss of Memory, Numb,
ncss, Biliousness, Jaundice, Rheuma*
ttsm, ICruptioiis und Skin Diseases,
Dropsy, Tumors, Worms, Neural*
gia, Colic, Gripes, DiarrhoDa, Dysen
tery, Gout, Piles, Disorders of tho
Mvcr, and all other diseases resulting
from a disordered state of the digestive
As a Dinner Pill they have no equal. >
"While gentle in their action, these,
PlI.ls are the most thorough and search
ing cathartic that can bo employed, and
never give pain unless the bowels are
inflamed, and thentheir influence' is heal
ing. They stimulate the appetite and
digestive organs; they operate to purify
and enrich the Blood, and impart renewed
health and vigor to the whole system.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co.,
Practical tuid Analytical Chemists,
?old nv all DRCaatSTfl rvsnrwriEnB.
Oet< I.er :!. 1870?lv
How Watches are Made,
IT will l.e apparent to any one who will
. examine a SOLID (Jot.D WatCII, that
a-ide l.roiij the .necessary thickness' for
engraving and polishing", a large propor
tion of tho precious metal lised, is need
ed only to stillen and I.old the engraved
north u^ iu piace. and .-apply tlie neces
sary solidity and strength; The surplus
gold i- actually needless so far as ut?.f
IV and lieu it) V an; concerned. In.I AM KS
i;< ??>.<? pa;i en r (;olda\ a tcii casks i
M?s waste ui prccioii- uu'tal is overcome,
and the sAMK Snt.lOlTV AND 8TltKNCTl|
prod need' i?l from one-third to one-half,
of I tit: usual e.o.-t of solid castiS, Tilt! pro5*
cess i* of the mod simple nature, as lo!?
lows : a plate ot idckle, compo^ii ion met
al, specially adapted h? the purpose, has
two plates of SOl.llMVo'l.i.i soldered one
on each side. Tilt! three are then passed '
bei vv ecu polished steel ??rollers, and the'
result i.-; a strip of heavy plated coiupo.-d-.
(ion. from which the ca-cs. backs, cen
tres. In zels. Cvc art- cut and si taped by
suiiuble dies ami formers. The gold in
these ensesis nilllcieiitly thick to admit
ol all kinds of chasing, engraving and
enamel ling; the engraved cases have
been carried until worn perfectly
smooth by time and me without remov
ing the gold'. '
Til is is THE ONTjY cask made
WITH TW o platksof. solid COW)
and warranted 11v special
For sale by all .Tewelers Ask for II
luslrated Catalogue, anil to see warraiit. >'
Ma fell, 12. ISSO?ly
At the People's Bakery* ?
\( ? ?? ' '/ :a I ;?.o. ?'S U
ESTABLISHED IN 1671,
BY the present proprietor
Who is still ready and willing to
.% \ .1,. ..o*: .-? * v ! hj. s * -?? $H
BREAD, ROLLS, PIES
0 U * I ?'?' ? UOUJI .!:..!
of all descriptions.
G U N * G E RS
by the barrel or box.
DREAD FOR CAMP-MEETINGS,
Any other meetings at short notice.
JUST RECEIVED FRESH CONFEC
TION AHYS. FANCY GOODS AND
NO TIONS, which will he sold as low aa
any that can be bought in Orangeburg.
Tluuiklul for the past patronage of my
friends and the public I still solicit a con
tinuance of their custom.
T. W. ALBERGOTTT,
Next door to Mr. J. P. Hurley.
Orangeburg, Sept 13, 1878 ly
IN PLANTATION GOODS,
CRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
St. Matthew? S. O.
\\f e Respectfully call tlm attention of
TT the fatntcrs to our general stock
of GOODS and solicit a call whene^T
they vi>it St. Matthews, A full and
-fresh stock constantly in store.