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Wfeiiif T sattjrda'y ; 'morning ?Vrms:< $2 00 i><?r !*lw>t?m, fit !/i(fom<<V.'i' ? ? i- - .: IM ..t ?' / J. ?).> .., ? ^..t, during tho Spring and Full Seasons, JSxtra Copies 'ntf tho OnAN?K.iniiio-NKw? will be circulated for the *%erienTQf our Aov^tiaBjjh l\\Tnoxs.; JUgy Contract ?dVcrtiHeincnln inserted on. tlie most JdUnrnl^crin?V^WKddro8? ? ., ? ; *->unh*U*mit,\ SAMUEL??IBDLEf ' | sEdit^dOrnngcburg'I^e^.V ;/ Orangcburg, Si C. i ?6T We rvilt?fff?th'VW? our /ftfttds ?rm? m thetr^AdveAtsemenfs tts early in the week at ev?ivenir/il } jatul:\f jwiiblci let tts /i?rc rtcm Thursday evening. By this means, we. will oenlflk ft> i&te'nt ah enrtie'r hntr on1 Satttrl day, dud will ho enabled to give more of the latest news, up to the tin\e oj''our going to jtrestt, tffttbX'?? matter on everx,pag]<>. JLQfJAL ITEMS, Saturday morning, aug. io; iWt Thd District Slrti "ThcWfii Quarterly Session VcgKW on Mont ""day' lA'sti .Judge' Leoauk presiding. The \lockef "was soon' crowded with cbbcs, aird under %hc efficient direction of his Honor, with the "prompt and impartial assistance of the gentle men composing the jury, the various misde tncanors etc., of the past ffcw months passed in Vapid panorama before the discriminating view or the Court. Wo append the cases up to the time of go ing to press ir v? j State vs. Marshall 'Aniakcr?Larceny. Not Guilty. '? n 1 Siate.vs. Eli Snoll, Rob Carn, Henry Miller, David 'Miller aud Albert Shnlcr?Larceny, Guilty. , \ ' State vs. Nelson nnd Dcrrill?Larceny. Not Guilty.' Stato ys. Edinond, Simeon, William, Harry and Tsrael-^-Iiarceny. Kol; Pros. ?Stato vs. Isoui, Will, Jack aud Oliver?Lar ceny. Nol. Pros Stato vs. West!dry-^Trespass. Guilty. Statb vk. Nelson?Burglary. Prisoner plead - cd-guilty, und submitted affidavit of long con finement. State vs. Aike.n?Trespass. Guilty; i ... State' vs. Jack Foglu and Morctou Living ston?"Larceny. Not Guilty. S^tte,^ Jlarry?Assault and Hatter}-. Not fluiitf. ? State-vs. William Saudford?Assault and Battery. Pleaded Guilty. Stato vs. rGoprgo Byrd?Bastardy. Not Guilty.^ . Slaveys. Mary Jones, Julia Stiell, Harriet Snell, James Jones, Frank Junes, Hamilton tSucllrr-Riot. Nol. Pros. State vs. Simon Sandal?Larceny. Guilty. .State vs. Nelson?Larceny. Guilty. 'State vs. Shadrack Counsel?Larceny. Guilty. Stato vs. Frank Phoenix?Assault and Bat tery. . N?t Guilty. , State vs Plucbe Freeman, Judy Riley. Gar oliuc Jenkins, Tilda Edwards, nnd Ellen Barsh alias Ellen Jenkins?Trespass. Guilty. No tice Of :A'ppoal taken. - * . > ?*) i;!' ifT State jVfli Bill5 Wotsoll?rC^raud- Larceny. Guilty!' "f State vs Pharaoh Robinson?Assault nnd Batt&yf Pleaded Guilty, and submitted affi davits of extreme provocation. State vs James Cannon, Jr., George P. Mer fdfth and J. D. Wolfe?Riot. Not Guilty. -??State vs. July Brown?Assault'and Battery, ^tot Guilty. ? g. '?'.vs. Gco. P. Meredith?Assault and ? ? *Tnt Guilty. \. "inol Luekiel?Assault and v??? ? v?, , T ~ "V, and submitted affi TlJa^tcry. Pleaded davit. -,: ".?V ?'. . ; Assault' arid '"?giafo irs;'Joseph W. LftiT?; ;j Pfi^*$U3$i, ? of Ai5^ " pieadcd jSto^o jp. $$$$$ yfa-rrhweny- ? plain .vs. ?Washingtott.=-IjV,v,,eAi.y. G ui. >, but re&mw)Ci)dc4 by the Jury to the mercy or the Court. To-day is flxod for tfu> caJJing of Ui? Con tingent Dookot, and for sentences. ,.. . ' i < Tho Crops. 'Ti?c corn ci'op is about mado, and is equal j fo!o,V5r s?ticipntioU'i; while tho cotton also is j doing xvry well. The great drawback to our j farauws is tha fact, that, during the extreme ; scarcity of ithe hiifc/?w months'', they wcro com ; pelled to pledge tJmir eny* for advances, and ; for those advances to pay mercantile ittterest, ' In all such cas^s It is their true poUcv to set Me such ilebfs Hi. tho ca*lio?t practieablo moment, in order to etop tin; )io;i\y pcrecwfsgc running ngainst thciu. Speaking of cotton, wo would mention a piece of ton acres, plauted by a friend in St. Matthews, which 'will make, in the cstimatioc of good ??judges, 2000 pounds of mod-cotton to $g aero; whioh will bo about 17 bales to tho tract. Wo congratulate our friend on his success, and would be pleased to hear from him, as to the mode of cultmc pursued, to pro (jvj0? such results. The Boards of;|^Mp<ff!Hi(r^ fa Wo givo bolow tho various Roads of Regis tration for this District, as tbcy have* been finally arrtuig^'jtor tbo^nncd^iato^wvfbJ1?>:Ull|Oj ' Cr. w. Sturgeon, Cba H ; ? ' Ma* Wagner5.' ' ! haimiau. Rjij ;>a 0 ft' ??unk^dx.U^lilrniHn.?' Francis DeMars. [*|( i 11/ ciI John 1*. Baxter. \ -\ ?/ , -\ *\ \ y, i\ -? TVimJ i'rcchtct. a. j. ?strander. David Gim.axcy. /biuj/t ?/*/;<W(h7; t * I f V'* Ii. 1). RadVUXHKY*, Chairman. R. Turn ku. I William Rknnktt. In our advertising columns* our readers will find tbo various appointments for the first, second and fourth precincts j and will be care ful to register at the moat convenient poll. At whatever poll a citizen registers, ho must there vote, as his name will not be on any other list. (Miss Aluei-gofti's Seminary for Young 1 ' ? Ladies. "Wo are pleased to announce that, this ex cellent school will be ro-oponcd on Monday, the %?(^ of'.September next. To auy/who desire to place their daughters under tbo most com petent and accomplished instruction in every jparticulaf) njia ai the! same time, give them an opportunity to enjoy sill the social advantages of a pleasant home, we would cheerfully re commend Miss Ai.HKttijo.TTj's Seminary. Orangelmrg Female Seminary. 1 This well known Institution will resume its tacrxdfws;: oil the ?first Monday of September next. The able and energetic Principal. Rev, W. G. Connor, has used every exertion to combine in the arrangements of .this Seminary, all tue various branches of instruction now considered as tbo essentials and ornamentals of.I fcuialp education ; and we bespeak for Jiiui a Iibon/1 patronage! New Advertisements. fj) t; (Kl i_:rtp-; /?) M I IfaT- Ilraught 1 Inr.se Wanted?Apply to Mr. Gt.OVER. JCcs^It will be seen by reference to our ad vertising columns, that the well known firm of | Messrs. Hui.h;& ScoVJLr. have just received in addition to their flock, a variety of first class goods, among which will bo found Factory Yarn, Georgia ."'tripes, Longcloth, Musiptltu Nets and a. large - plant ity of New Flour, which tboy pffor for sale, cheap. Tbcy will also pur chase Uncurrctit Money and Wool, for which they will pay the highest market, rates. Washing ton News* AlrnrsT 2.?Tbc order for the removal of j General Sheridan is ready for publication, it is said. The reasons for his removal arc stated in the order to be, that he is an impediment in the way of reconstruction. General Han cock is to bo assigned to the command in his. stead. The order, it is further stated, would have been issued some days ago. but for a lack of backbone or the part of some of the Presi dent's supporters, and the rumored defection of another member of bis Cabinet, who bar. suddenly seen fit to opposo t.ho nuti-Sheridan policy. Tbo project of holding a council with Southern commanders in person in Washington has been postponed for tho present; in consc quenco of the proposed action regarding Sheri dan. At'OUST 0.?Tbc President has given a for mal intimation'to Socrctary Stnnton that bis resignation Would be acceptable. It excites wnsidornhlc feeling in political circles. Stan ton's voluntary vacation of the office, is not re garded probable. The Rrosidcnt's to fefro vyn* in pnect that considerations of public }\&y '.wo^td render bis resignation acceptablo. ^ qccl ^tar^'.?r^owiiXii bn^ returned to bis post. My Styntpu vJi,J ?S| "tf??d Ao-day's sitting of the Cabinet. Tbo piantera in Western G??rgi? arc prepa ring to pick cotton next week. The accounts are favorable. The majority of John L. Helm, Democratic candidate for Governor of Kentucky, will reach 40,000. A shrewd Yankee in managing the Chicago Young Men's Christian Association, lie takes ajl (.he letters put in tbo postoflieo there with out stamps, supplies what are wanted, and scuds them on ihpiri way, with this little print ed label: "This letter was deposited in the Chicago,nofltoificc unpaid. Coder the rules it wonhl have been Hcnt to the dead-letter office The Young Men's Christian Association have paid the postage. In return' for tho favor, please remit, to aid us in bur,work, such sum as you can nllbrd. Address Young Men'. Christian Association, 1 Hi Mndison-stroet Chicago." Lots of nioncy come back, Rome times five and ten dollar bills .is.vi... ' jl- Jr Consignees per youth Carolina llailrot Remaining in the Depot to Date. l'>. II. Barton. .). W. lliley, Antlov & Danlxlor, P. Witt. Dr. I) W IJarton, J D Sinouke. J II Felder pertntendent, kibrngc mil hereafter lie charged on Goods remaining in tho Depot for nu uureusonablo length of time. W. C. MEREDITH, > >? m ? y v, ;-i y q agcn> COMMERCIAL. Orr ick op Tit k OiiAXOKiiuna News, \ August 9, 1807. COTTON.?Tho market steady. Wo epiote: > Ordinary.../...Li,..'.01......?./.f..;..U I8fr) 1 Middling../:.XjJ..........19fr) . Strict Middling. 20 Boron IIiok-?Dull at $2.00 per hindicl. ' , QObD.,.. 85 SI UVKK.J..25 Seminary For YOUNG LADIESs The Exercises of MISS ALBEKOOTTT^ School for YOUNG LADIES and CHILDREN will bo rc BUincd on Wednesday, 12*1 September, at the resi dence of Capt. T. A. Jeffords, Main Street. Eaten of Tuition jier Quarter of Eleven )]etJep Int. Class.- - - $8 00 *\ ?2d. Class -------- 7 (M) 3d. Clns.?. ? 00 French and Music Kxtra. A few Boarders can be accommodated at reasona ble rates. aug 10 5t FEMALE SEMINARY. The FALLTEUM of this Institution will begin the Fl 11ST MONDAY in September. Tuition ill Collegia to Department.$25 00 " Preparatory ". 18 00 " ?? Primary " . 12 00 Music on Piano. 25 00 lTso of Piano. 2 00 Hoard per mouth including every thing ex cept bights and Towels. 18 00 Complete arrangements have been made for keep ing up a School of the highest character in every Department. W. (I. CONNOR, aus: 10 liti W ANTE WOOL, WOOL, WOOL. BULL & SCOYILL HAYK JUST RKOEIVED 5 DALES Factory Yarn on Consignment. Frice $2.50 pur Handle of f> lbs. ALSO ANOTHER SCPPLY OF NEW FLOUR from new Wheat. ALSO ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE GEOR GIA STRIFES, moat desirable goods in market of the kind. ALSO rail I REE RALES 7-8 HROWN SillRT J[ I.NG i>u Consignment, and will be .sold low for Cash. B ALSO Y STEAMER FROM NEW YORK, Another choice selection of LONGCLOTT1S 121 t? 25 PRINTS 12* to 20 MUSQUTT? NETS DENIMS HICKORY STRIPES TICKINGS, &c, &o. Uncurreiit Money. ?TAtt? RANK DILLS ROCGHT AND BULL & SCOYILL. fob 23 y 1 e i List of Letters REMAINING IN TNF, POST OF PICK PNCALL \j od for?Aug. I, I8C7. A. Ant illy, >!. P. Ayeiiter, Onus. Armstrong. M. I)., lb It. Ib iiner, Oliver IMackhawk, Mrs. F.li/.a Ihirnett, .1 no. F. *fc. Cob-man, O. A. Clihon, Hubert (cvl'd) Collar, .Maria Mi.-.^ Cum, W. P; F. Foglo, Dcnsmaii Felder, N. P. 0. Gal i 'Ck, Daniel Grillis, M. A. Mrsv nrcoii/Alcx. ) care .John Kdwords. i II. Iligdon, Francis .J. Hullo, P. S. Ilarlov. George W. Ifittto; O, lb l>r. Hullo, Dau'l Hunter M. l>., Jas. M. Ilutto, .1. .1. .1. JcllVuat. Morgan Johnston, Prent oil i'. Justici Eliza K. Kniglil, Gabriel Knight, .1. Miss b. besser, b. It. M. Magi-ill, Iticli'd Myers, S. Mvurs, K. McMlchacl, Tii ts. R. O. O'Dnwd, William P. l'hin, Dr. SI rouian, Joshua Small. W. .1. Shiilar, A II. Kfrqman, Kllen Mil a Segrest, .lane O. Si ronuui, ? "has. Slromaii, K. \. Strountn, P, \'. T. Tu Ihm, Mary Misst Touohhcrg, '.I. |i. Tinley, David W . VVhetslmio, Dr. a. C. \\ illiams. T. N. I Win. .hind, |\ ) WatkiiiH, \\. I ' f" I Zoinior, Samuel Drop Letters must bo prepaid one cent: papers 2 e?ttte. T <? HUBMKf.b, P. M :Notice. ' rmtSONS WANTING GINS SHARPENED wiB address mc through the PostOflioe, . ^. M. FELDER, . u Box .68, Orangchurg, S. C. july 20 ' lia " f f j ?-^w EUEEKA CHAPTER No. 13, B. A. M. An Extra Convocation of this Chapter will he held at Ornngchurg C. II., on Saturday the 17th day of August, nt lO o'clock, A. M. Companions flirp ordered to ho punctual in their attendance, as busi ness of importance is to he transacted. By order of the High Priest. , W. T. McKKWN. S. G. Jamison, Secretary. , aug 3 td ^ ' A Medium Sized DRAUG I1T HOUSE, ' for which cash will he paid.; Apply to S. GLOVER. At the resilience of C?>1. W. F. Ilut son, opposite to Mr. Austin Bull's. aug II tf THE CANNON HOUSE! (OPPOSITE COURT. HOUSE.) THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD Re Ispeotftflly' inform the Traveling Pub fclic that Iiis HOUSE is opened for * tiicir accomndation. RATES OF BOARD. Board per Day._$ 2 GO " " Week. 7 (M) " " Month. 20 00 ALSO A BAR-ROOM In the Basement, which is supplied with the best of Liquors. eTTVR. C^VlSTTsrOjST, Proprietor. aug 3 c ly DENTAL NOTICE. 1TAK K G UEAT TTiEASUHE in saying to the Cilir ?/.ens, in iind around I lie vicinity ofOrangeburg ('."II.. that I will lie there <>n the 2nd, SJrd, Ith & 5th of September, prepared t<? put in from One to an Entire Set of Teeth, on,cither .Gold, Silver or Vul canite Rase, and will till Teeth, with Gold Foil, Sponge, (or Crystal Gold) Auinlgani and Hill's Stop ping. TEETH EXTRACTED with utmost eare. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed in all operations to my care. All persons desiring work done will call at. the residence of Mr. .1. W. II. Dukes. Respect fullv July^aiMh, ASGJ. A AI. SN1DEU, D. S. aug ill 6 w JOSEPH McNAMARA, ANNOUNCES TO HIS TTtUIKXI).^ AND THE PUBLIC 0 BNP.lt AM.Yj thr.t he has just returned from the North with ri Fine Stock of NEW SPRING GOODS CALICOS AS LOW AS 12A CENTS. READY MADI5 CLOTHING, SHOES, HAT??, kc, kc., kc. .AB XJSXX.A.Xi yfc hns mi //tau! a Complete Snp)rfu ojl FRESH AND p II Ol CK FAMILY GROCERTE,S lOnAur.cing Every Article Desirable to House keepers in this Lino. .last Received a full supply of EX Til A FAMILV P LOU It. and COHN, in quantities to purchasers, l'ay a visit to McN?MARA'S. feb2:J j < i i ly MARKET, BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL, &c, WT'" Tl11' ?TV:i?E?STGXP.lV1 urn now prepared] W to supply daily, at our MARKET, on Kus sell-Strcct, fresh Reef, Mutton, Veal, kc, butchered] and prepared in fine style by JACK DAISY , the well knpw'i Charleston Butcher. We have made yre partitions to continue the business, ami hope weniay In- sustained by ilie community. Marke) in Basement <>!" ('has. Rull & Co.'s Store. ClIAS. MULL. GEO. Wi STURGEON, inly 20 ? tf To the Planters. COTTON TIE AND IRON 1IOORS FOR BALING COTTON. IKON HOODS for Baling Cotton, being largely in use in the winde Southern Country, and be ing sold at a much less ju ice than Rope, the proprie ty of using them in place of Rope is brought to the attention oi l he Planters. Besides the difference in value, I ho Iron Tics are great preservers of Cotton, when baled, from tire. Every Tie is perfect and ready for immediate use. We have made nrraugc I menfs to supply I ho "ARROW TIE," and will ho prepared to till orders promptly at the Lowest Mar ket I'riei). W.e bej; that our friends in ordering, will state whether thev will use Tics or Hope. 15. *ll. R0DGI5RS & CO., Factors and Commission Merchants, Charleston S. C. july 20 2m mm; Highest ca.sn market price given [ for nil kind of country produce, Bees wax, Tallow, Hides, Furs, etc.. etc., by e/.ekiel k kqiin. feb 2:1 y 11 j" UST RECEIVED FRESH WINTER TURNIP and Cabbage Seeds at junoilil EZ15 KIEL & KOHNS. IIRESJI T?.ENIP AND WINTER CABBAGE 4 SEEDS, for rale at July I? K'/.EKIEL K KOI INS. iTrrttSKKY L-AREI.S I'OR SALE IN ]y quantities to suit I'urubascrs. Apply :ll (hir. OHiee. ?f/\ijnj I? I INCHES K?0T?.?Y YARN, I ^ )\J just received and for sale by KZEKIEL & KOHN. fch 23 o ly . .?;?> iv -i . i.vic. r..f. J*r.tVhi;i ; <,j.-? Notice!! Notice!! -:o: Tremendous Decline ?villi of.. ?? ft i-iVi , . PRICES IN ALL KINDS OF 1)11 Y GOODS, clothing, shoes, HATS, FANCY GOODS, GROCERIES, &c., &c, &c, Wo would rcapoctfully - inform our numerous friends and customers, that wc have determined to close out our present stoek of SUMMER G OODS At prices to suit the tiuic?. We guarantee to give the HIGHEST PRICES for all kinds of DOMESTIC PRO DUCE, and to SELL OUR GOODS as cheap nr cheaper than any one in Orangcburg. EZEKHEL & KOHN fcT. y lo The Southern Drug Store DR. B. M. SHULER. DREGS, ^sSB? DRUGS, Medicines, Jlbl Medicines.. PATENT MEDICINES OF ALL KINDS, Paints, Oils and Brushes, Dye Stuffs, Lye and Potash, Maizena and Corn Starch, Cooking ami Washing Soda. COMPOSITION, LOBELIA, 'NEBYE POWDER, &c, Prepared by Rphrnhn Larrabcoj BITTERS if all Kinds, TRUSSES, Single and double. Large and Small, Fine Smoking and Chewing TOBACCO, Fine BRANDIES and WINKS for M'odical purposes; | PERFUMES aiid TOILET SOAPS. The Bestof-iisP? Powders. Call and ask for what y.eu want in-1 ho-Drug Line, feb 2:J c ly ROBINSON & CO., russell street. \ LW.VYS HAVE ON HAND A WELL AS80RT Ji i_ cd Stoek of Choice GBOCERIES, HARDWARE, TIN AND GLASSWARE. SHOES, DRY GOODS, Kc;, ALSO A LOT OF CHOICE CIGARS. FOR SALE CHEAP. One STEAM ENGINE and SAW MILL One HORSE POWER, (for one or twelve horses) One CORN and COB MILL. Page's Make One Second Hand COTTON GIN, Ellison's Make One BILLIARD TABLE in good order OnoSet of TEN PINS and BALLS One SEWING MACHINE Wheeler & Wilson'? One SYRUP MILL with two 100 gallon POTS One Four Horse. WAGON One French Burr Stone WHEAT MILL ?1 Sets of WAGON IKONS. Wc arc also Agents for CLEMENS, BLOWN & CO S COTTON GIX? Manufactured in Columbus, Ga. feb 23 ly F. H. W. Briggmann & Co., WE BEG LEAVE TO INFORM FRIENDS y y and customers, that wo have made arrange ment to supply them with FRESH BOLTED GRIST and MEAL, at CHARLESTON PRICKS, expenses only added. A call will satisfy all. juno 8?-ly I7I0R Till'. LARGEST AND FINEST SELECTION .I1 of Papier Macho, and Silver Ware ever offered in this market, suitable forPRKSENTS for all occa sions, call at KZKK1KI. & KOHN'S. feb 251 y lo STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1 Orangehuvg District. , ( lt(l"0IK By P. A. McMICHASL Esq., Ordinary. WHKKR?S, Leven Argoe hath made suit to me to grant hitu belters of Administration oft ho Kslate and eficcts of .lohn Ii. Johnson, deceased. These are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred ami creditors of the said John II. Johnson, deceatid, that they be and appear before nie, in I ho Court of Ordinary, to be held at 'Orange burg 0. If., on the It'ith day of August iristt, nfier publication hereof, at II o'clock.in I lie forenoon, to phew cause if any I hoy have, why the said Adminis tration should hot He granted. Given under niv hand this first day of August Anno Doiiilrii, 1807. P. A. MoMICHAEL, 0. 0. D. W. W. liEG-AlilC, Has resumed the PRACTICE OF LAW at Orange burg Court House, and may bo found at h'H ^Hieo over CornelBon, Kramer & Cq.'s New Store, Hus^li Street. ??: i ? . i ?.. . ? mar 2i) If AGENTS FOR THE J?qitablc Life Insurance Co in puny OF NEW YORK, POLICIES NONFORFEITABLE, Dividend Declared Annually to Policy Iloiderrf fob 28 td -r-/ IZLAR ic DiBMt^ ,; Attorneys and Solicitor^1 Will Practice in Courts of the State, mid afco'e^ the United States, especially to tho <'A?irfi< ?*< H * B A N K RUFT C V. QEAlsTGEBUiRG, ?! C. JAMES F. rZXAK. SAMUEL DIBBLE. . i'tf ?i '?>??? ?? ? .ftinoij n?M p. j. maloi^'i^ ATTOBN BY A T M W; WALTERBORO) 8. C: : . . Will practice in the Courts of prangebur^ ami Colleton, and attend promptly to all business trusted to his eure. . . ' ' may 11 . . - ..jtf E. C. DENAUX, WATCH iMlTVJCEyrt' i J KW BLLRR, WorJc KciitJtf RtymrexT amT War&riictT,' RUSSELL-STREET, (Opposite Cornclson, Kramer & Co.,) feb 28 c t.m* BULL & SCOVILL AHE AGENTS FOR THE Underwriters Fire Insurance Coiirpnnjy OR NEW YORK, ASSETTS OVER S3.(W(r,n?0, FOR THE Security Fire Insurance Company'; OF NEW YORK ASSETTX OVER $l.?0M0O* I These stand in the first ranks of a?1 jooi'Insurahcw' Companies. : ... 1 feb .23; . y / ? lc Medical Notice. Tho Und rsigncd have this day formed a Copart nership ft.r che PRACTICE OF MEDICINE in" Orangeburg and its vicinity. The general alum donment of the Credit System, will compel thaui to-' present their, lulls QUARTER LT for. PayuioDtt. ., All persons indebted nt the present time, to either of the undersigned individually, are requested, to' make payment nt an early day. THOS: A. ELLIOTT: M. D. I ALEXANDER S: SALKKV, M. D/ July 1st., 1S67.. jnly tf Orangeburg Drug: Store. Dr. E. .1. Oliveros, ^4-aS^)''""1"'> K. Shing Proprictor.. lcr, M. 3-.,. Assist?nli. , IMPORTER AND DEALER IN: DRUGS, Medicines, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Venetian Red, Yellow Ochre, Spanish Rrown, ludigo, Madder, Copperas, Logwood, Spirits Tur pehtiue, Kerosine Oil, Castor Oil, Liusood Oil, Olive Oil, Spiko Oil, Rritish Oil. Varnishes. Glue. Alum, Whiting, Salic ratus, Cooking Soda, Cream Tartar, Sic, Sic.. Oswego Corn Starch. Maizena and BragM, Vermifuge Candy, Sterling's Ambrosia. Florida Wa ter, Christndom' J Hair Dye, Hall's Hair Renewer, Mrs. Allen's Restorer aud Xylobah-ani, Feeding Rottlis, Trusses. French Hair Brushes. Tooth Brushes, Extra Shaving'Brushes, Indelible Ink, Bi valve Spcculums, Breast Pumps, Smelling Salts, Ritters of all kinds. Collier's Horse Remedy, Turf Oil, Fohlte Horse, Cattle and Swine Ponders. Mus tang Liniment, Jamaica Ginger, Couecntratcd bye, Opium, Morphine, Quinine, Brown's ext. of (Vale rian, French Uriindy for medicalporposcs only, alia every other kind of medicine that is usually found in a first class Drug Store. Tho Proprietor being a graduate of mcdhdnc and a Druggist of long experience, assure* the publio that all medicines bearing tho label of E. J. Olive ros, M. D., arc manufactured by himself and aro warranted pure and reliable. You will fiud it to yonr interest to call at tho Ornngcburg Drug Store bv B. J. OLIV EROS, M. ?. mar 2?\ y Druggist and Apothecary. ?. LOUIS k CO. A. GENTS, jr EEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A WELL 8E looted Stock of DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, Bea&y Made Clothing . _r _?.AJU> . _. Every Description*. , OF spring mm% WHICH THEY WILL SELL AT CHEAP CASH PRICES. CACIi AND SEE. FOR YOURSELVEa - D. LOUIS, \ \ ' J. P. HARLEY, f fob, 28 m.