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Xlio Oi-angebui'g Times
A. M. I/Jar's restaurant is ? cool
place for refreshment those hot days.
We regret to hear of the continued
illness of Mr. Duttfer Hydriek, but
hope soon to sce^uni out again.
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Mr. Julius Meyer and Mr. Samuel
Speigel of 'P. K'ohn's store have gone
The excellent address of Dr. Low- .
man, Master of Pomona Grange, de
livered at Felder's old mill in the
Fork, will appear in our next.
The communication of "Paysan,"
and mother from au Orangeburg
friend describing pie nie in the Fork '
will receive attention next week.
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Mr. Like and bis family left this
week to spend the summer at Ash
villc, N.('. Mrs. John Danner has
also gone to the mountains.
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A white man by the name of Kar
ragan was lodged in our jail yester
day by n detective of the South
Carolina Kailroad for forgery on the
List of uncalled for freight at the
depot. July 8th, 18S?:
SJ Hrantlcy, K Rickcnbakcr, A R
Phillips, W JI Dantzlcr, J S Helen,
We are informed that Mr. Law
rence 11. Gibson, of the Fork, has KiT
acres of cotton on Willow Swamp
which will rank with any in the
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An Independent movement has
been organized in Marlboro. You
had better be careful gentlemen,
you arc playing with dangerous
Mr. DeMars has established a new
and neat ice house in the rear of his
store from which he is supplying the
community with this much needed
Messrs. F. A. Schilllew J. J. Street.
Caldwcll Albergotti, S. Chaplin and
L. S. Wolfe were among the visi
tors to the "City by the Sea." along
with the if lass ball team.
See notice of King's portable hand
power cotton and hay press, sold by
CelycV. Rro., tireenville, S. C. It i;
highly recommended, and we com
mend it to public consideration.
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Mr. Ilarpin RigLrs has a sewing
machine of the FJias Howe make
which be bought :?<) years ago 1?? r
$120, and it is still in good repair
and in regular use.
('apt. Hugh Ferguson has been ap
pointed by the Governor to fill the
unexpired term of Sheriff of ('liarles
ton, rendered vacant by the death of
('. C. Rowen.
On another page will he round an
account of the visit of our baseball
boys to Camden. They got beaten
this time, but we hope the next time
they go away from home they will
bring back the laurels.
We are requested to state that
there will be a protracted meeting on
the Saturday before the fourth Sun
day in this month at 2 mile swamp,
iu tin* Fork, at which Revs. Oalphin,
Mack, Chaplin, and other ministers.
ore invited to be present.
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We had the pleasure of meeting,
at the glass ball shooting in < barles
ton, Mr. Jas. S. Heyward, of the
Kingstrce "Star." so well known in
this community, lie was in one of
his best moods, and seemed cheerful
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Wc were handed, by Mr. Kirk
Robinson, on behalf of Mr. A. Jour
(lain, a delicious (duster of u< 'oncord'1
grapes. Mr. Jourdain is an expert
in this line of business, ami always
brings the best specimens of fruit to
The battle begins in the earliest
dawn of child's existence. If it is
delicate worms fasten upon its vitals,
and as years pass they increase, and
if not destroyed will kill. Shriuer h
Indian Vermifuge will destroy them
and save the life of the child.
Mr. Joseph A. Fanning of the
Fork, has placed on our table a sweet
potato of fine eating size, taken
from his field the first'of the week.
It is of the variety styled the "Quecu
of the. South," and is the first wc
have cither seen or heard of this
season. Who is ahead of this?
This is the way t<> bring out our
farming capacity. Let all do their
The entertainment at the Court
IIou.se on Tuesday evening for the;
benefit of the colored band, proved
quire a success. They now have
their new instruments, and we hope
soou that they will be able to dis
pense some good music.
The following officers were duly
installed in Edisto Lodge No. 33 I.
O. O. F. to serve for the ensuing
dos. Eros, N. G.; B. F. Pun. V. G.;
J. G. Kn?ver, Sec; A. R. Champy,
Treas.: A. Champy,!. G.; das. A.
Williams, O. G.; Julius Myers, I*. (;.
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Morgan L. Gleaton, Esq., is muni
nafed for the Legislature by many
voters. See candidates column.
Mr. G lea ton is a young man who
has developed wonderful busines
tact, and if ho \? as successful in
public, as be lias been iu private af
fairs, he will make a good legislator.
Last Thursday afternoon, Rev. W.
A. Therrell was agreeably surprised
by a pounding party at his residence
by the ladies. Mr. Therrell is a
most excellent gentleman and devot
ed pastor, and deserves the uphold
ing of his hands by all good people
in his arduous and trying position.
Mr. J. Dee Andrews, at Wallace
Cannon's old stand, has a complete
stock of liquors, cigars and ales.
His celebrated Champagne Lager
Beer is something fine, and every
man should at ouce call on Mr.
Andrews and purchase a dozen bot
tles oflhis line article for his family.
The second game of base ball be
tween the Caimlen boys and the
"Juniors" i?f our town will take olace
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ut Orange Ground on Tuesday a ft er
nenn at '.'<\ o'clock l*. SI. Seats will
he prepared for the ladies, who are
respect fully and earnestly invited to
loud their presence and give cheer to
Caleb Golson, the driver of the
omnibus, while leading a horse to
water, on Friday, was severely kicked
in the stomach. Medical assistance
was immediately summoned, but all
efforts to save his life proved unavail
ing. The unfortunate man died on
Saturday night. He is well spoken
of by those wilt) hlicw hi in.
We call the attention of the young
men of the town to the notice of
('apt. Mortimer (Hover, setting forth
the advantages of the rooms of the
Young Men's Christian Association
as a place to spend their evenings*
We commend these rooms to them
and hope they may frequent them
oftener, and keep away from the in
fluences of evil associations.
Dr. A. ('. Dukes has just received
a large supply of tobaccos of all
grades, and from 35 cts. per pound
up. Nt>w is your time to get a good
art ich-at a low figure. Also, as this
is the best time of the year to paint
your houses, and if you want the best
of paints, go to the above house, where
you can get tiny and every thing in
his line at moderate prices.
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Dr. L. S. Wolfe informs us that he
Iims made several improvements in
his business quite recently and is now
fully prepared to do all work in
his line on the most improved
style. Lawence is always up with
the times in every thing, and espe
cially in the dentist line, and will
give the best of satisfaction to all
who patronize him.
Messrs. 1). Fj. Smouk A Co. are
still offering extraordinary induce
ments to the public in keeping their
goods down at the lowest figures.
Their stock is complete in every de
partment, and with it. they have a
set of the most polite and accommo
dating clarks that can be found any
where. They do not spare any
pains to wait upon a customer; there
fore it is a pleasure to deal with such
gentlemen. Don't forget the place.
Rev. Thomas Phillips of the M.
K. ('hurt h. late School ('onimissioner
of this County, died after a short
illness on Saturday the 3d inst.
During his illness he had every at
tention which he needed, from his
children and friends.
As School Commissioner, we be
lieve he tried to do his duty to the
best of his ability, and as a leader
j and teacher of his people, he was
thought to be moderate and conserva
tive, for which he enjoyed the respect
and admiration of thw heiter class of
his neighbors, which still linger;
wit h his, memory.
His remains were followed to the
grave on Sunday afternoon by a large
concourse of people.
The exhibition and examination of
Mr. J. R. Mack's School, at St,
Matthews, took place bn last Thurs
day evening before a crowded house.
The examination was judiciously in
terspersed with speches and dia
logues, and the entertainment of the
evening proved to be a gratifying
success. Mr. Mack is a young man
of worth and talent, and we wish him
much success as a teacher. We sec
no reason why our sister towns.
Branchvillc and St. Matthews, should
uot maintain each, a line school.
Let us support home effort, for there
is nothing better than educating our
childien at home, if it is possible.
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Wc are indebted to C'apt. Ed. Fel
der, Secretary of Pomona Grange,
for several courtesies this week.
In his travel to the Grange meet
ing in the Fork last week, he says
that the crops ore alternately good
and bad, ill some places suffering and
iii others in good condition. He was
particularly struck with the crops of
Mr. Shannahan and Mr. Cartuiill.
The rice enterprise of Mr. ('. .1.
Stromuu cannot receive justice in this
brief notice, and we hope to lies'1
from him on this subject again.
'idie Grange pie nie at Folder's old
mill was a complete success. The
ladies were out in full numbers, and
with all their usual loveliness, which
gave grace and interest to the occa
sion. The dinner was superb, and
the speeches in keeping with every
thing else, excellent addresses being
delivered by Mr. Sawyer, Rev. Price
and Dr. Lowman.
On Friday of last week a heavy
blow prostrated n quantity of fencing
and blew the tops from several oaks
and other trees on the farm of C'apt.
A. W. Thann in the Fork; and on.
Saturday the same place was visited
b\ a severe rain and wind storm last
ing but live minutes, but uprooting
large trees, and twisting the tops
from oaks that had stood the storms
of half a century. One large pride
of India was uprooted and' throwu
across the kitchen demolishing the
chimney and a portion of the build- 1
ing. Mrs. Thuriu and her children
were about leaving the house for
safely, when the top of a large oak,
falling in their pathway and crush
ing the tlie gate and a portion of the
fence, prevented their progress and
caused their return to the house!
The tops of trees were thrown 20 or j
30yards. The storm was very sud
den, and not a moments warning was
given, and ended as quickly as it
begun. It ranged almost directly
from west to east. ('apt. Thuriu was
in town at the time.
On last Friday night a melancholy
accident occurred on the S. ('. Rail
road between Oraugcburg and Stil
ton. On Thursday afternoon two
lads from Charleston came by en
quiring at our depot about the trains,
it is supposed that they took the 10 j
o'clock fast mail train and beat a j
ride until they were put oil', as thov i
had been before in their etibrts to
make their way from Charleston as
far as this. Between here and Stil
ton they stopped on tin- track to
rest, and fell asleep. Suddenly the
train came bounding along, ami
when within twenty feet. Kdgnr
Flash awoke just in time to roll him
self down the bank, tin- train running
over bis coat which be bad been
using us a pillow. Recovering him
self, lu> went to look for bis coin pan
io i Walter Fludd, and found that be
was dead, the train having run over
b in. Flash immediately went to
the first settlement and gave I be
alarm, and on Friday morning came
to Oraugcburg and told the sad
tale. Fins' . ue arc informed, has
obtained employment on Livingston's
turpentine farm. Wo learn further
from the "News and Courier'* tbat
the unfortunate youth Fludd was
Irving to make his way to Columbia
where he had been offered a situa
tion, and, having no money, he used
this method of reaching his destina
tion. His mother tried to persuade
him not to go. but to wait until the
gentleman employing him in Colum
bia sent on money to pay his pas
sage, but, with the impatience and
exuberance of youth, he started on
the trip, and the sad story has been
related. Doubtless the poor youth
may have been actuated by noble
purposes. The sympathies of the
community go out in tenderness to
the broken hearted mother.
Attention Orange Light Dragoons,
there will be company drill at the
parade ground on the 3d Saturday
in July at, 10 o'clock a. m. Members
arc requested to be punctual. By
order of the Captain.
Jno. S. Row f., Scc'y.
The whole c.oinmunity mourns in
the death of Mis. Mury M. Jlu'.hell
wife of our worthy to\vnsm:in Mr.
T. ('. Ilubbell, which occurred on
Monday night, after a painful and
protracted illness. She died in the
('?1st year of her age. It is not our
purpose to indulge in fulsome eulogy,
but we would be falling short of our
duty did we not hold up the pure
Christian life of the subject of this
brief notice us an example to others
plodding ulong life's weary path
besides u heart running over with
charity towards all, patience meek
ncss and cheerfulness beamed forth
in her whole life: If others spoke
ill of her. she followed the spirit of
the lessons inculcated in the holy
chart which she embraced as her
constant guide, and ret urued good
for evil. It was her lot to he sorely
atllictcd by the divine hand. Those
nearest and dearest to her were taken
away by Him who comet It to pluck
tin; (lowers for Paradise; ami as each
flower was plucked, although her
heart seemed broken, her hopes
crushed and her life a blank, she
bowed in Christian submission, ex
claiming iii the spirit of the.saint,
??not my w ill, but Thine he dorn !"
In her last sickness her sufferings
w< re painful and protracted, but she
bore all in humble patience, and
Christian fortitude ami resignation.
During her life, her cheerfulness cd'
disposition was her distinguishing
characteristic. She was the light of
her household, and a joy to all who
came within its circle. Old ami
young alike basked in the sunshine
which radiated from her gladsome
life, lint alas! she isjiomore. Her
smile will no longer gladden us here,
but her exemplary life stands out for
our guidance and comfort. She has
gone to ??the rest that rcmaincth for
the pci >ple of I > I >d."
Her funeral services were perform
etl at the Presbyterian Church of
which she was a faithful member, by
He v. .1. I). A. Browne, and her re
mains were followed to the grave U\
a large procession of friend..
The glass ball shooting in Char
lest?n, on Monday, did not result as
favorably for the Oraugcbtirg team
a* we would have liked, although
very good scores were made on tin
whole. The shooting took place on
a very beautiful and appropriate spot
mar Magnolia with the follow in", re
Charleston Team No, :!. In hits.
Savannah " IJ
< olumhin " in
It will be remembered that <"><? is
the highest number of hits that could
he made by a team.
The shooting u:i> very close and
exciting, considering that the diffe
rence between the highest team and
the lowest i-, only li.
The following is the individual re
suit for the Orniigchtirg team:
I). .). Salley II?. Dr. M. (Salley
!>. .1. A. Salley I?, P. (;. I aniiou Ii. \Y.
C Albergotti 1. Y\ . J. DcTre\ ille 1.
D. J. Salley. of Oraugcbtirg, and
T. T. Hall, of ('harleston, were the
only two, in the tea ill shooting, who
had the houorof mnking?denn scores
for which they were applauded on
The single contest then com
menced of live bails each, in which
J. A. Salley divided with others the
second pile of money, making four
In Hi" same contest Dr. M. fSal
ley and P, (I. Cannon tied with seve
ral others for the third pile, but on
trying the (natter over Dr. Jenkins,
of ('harleston. came oil' winner.
Then came the pigeon match of
live birds to each man. of which
D. d. Salley and \V. O. Albergotti,
with ot hers brought four and divided
the second pile: and Dr. M. (!. Snl
ley, with others, made :t. lull lots
being drawn. .Mr. Haskell was the
The double ball match then etl Hie,
in which the best shooting wasmani
fested. Mr. J. W. Sell ley, nf>Savan
nah, carried oh" the first prize in this,
making a clean sweep of 10 balls;
and Mr. Bouknight, of ('harleston,
came in second, breaking0 Korthe
third prize Mr. Cannon and four
others made s balls each, but, on a
second trial, Mr. Haskell, of Savan
nah, came off victorious.
The shooting wnf, nlt< ge:ber, very
interesting and exciting, and a most
delightful day was spent, every hos
pitality aud attention being extend
ed by the Charleston teams to mak<
heir > isitors pleasaut.
The Orangeburg Baptist S?hdny
School Convention will convene at
Brunch vi lie Baptist Church at U
o'clock a. st. ou Friday- the l?th inst.
Each School is entitled to three
delegates. A I'ull representation is
Kev. I). W. < :uttixo, Pre'l.
W. A. Edwakds, Scc'y.
The following are and have always
been the prices of ice at the Orange
burg ice house, established by -Jos
Rros: S lbs for 5 cts, Mi lbs for 25
ets. 50 lbs for 7<> et ~. und 100 lbs for
$1.25. Thebnbi reliable place to get
ice at any and all times at the lowest
rates. Respectfully, Jos Fttos.
The summer is now upon us and
the danger of fever an I I.iel allec
tious attacking one is almost a cer
tainty, but by keeping in the honst* a
bottle of the celebrated German
< 'hamomile Tonic and taking ?t-af'c
cording to directions, you will avoid
all tin- above disease-. Foi sale only
I by 1 )r. J. (i. Waniiainnkcr.
Fresh consignments just in and
must be -"Id :it once, consisting of
sugars,'Colice, Hour, hums, bacon and
Anothei lot calicos, brilliants,
jeans, cottonades, linen, long cloth,
oil cl'otlv, shoos, jewelry, hosiery, ifce.
200 im w pieces embroidery and
laces, big bargains iu this line.
\\ e have iu<t received orders to
sell remaining stock <>f straw bats as
they must besohl within the next 10
? lays or rcsliippcd to owners.
C. I >. KoKTJOIIX.
The drug store whore can get your
money's worth is at Dr. J. <i. Wan
uauiaker, Orangeburg C. II.. S. C.
We buy the best, keep the best, and
sell it at low prices, hence, if you want
any thing in the drug line, call and
see us. We keep ti full liu<- of hair
and tooth brushes, i<?ilet soaps, per
fumery, sponges, patent medicines;
make prescriptions ti specialty: will
be found at our post. dn\ or night.
The cotdest plate in ?il down and
enjoy a really line 5 < cut cigar is at
.los. Urbs" ice create saloon.
Uc.spectlully returns hin thanks t<>
bis many customers for their past
patronage, and hupen to merit tho
same in lite future by keeping con
stantly on hand fresh meats of every
kin I at hist old Stan I, in rear ?d* the
Postoflicc, (luring the present year.
I'lioajioi' llitin Physicians' bill*.
"A thing of beauty is a joy forever."
What is it? Something prepared fur wo
man "idy, am/ used by lliein exclusively.
It i- adapted especially to?'iises where the
wotnh i? ili>ordered, and will eine-ill ir
regularities of the '?menses" ..!? ''monthly
eonrses," hy restoring thediseharge. wlictli
er acute or chronic, in every instance
1'r dliebt's Female /tcguhitor, ??Woman's
I5e?| Prieml," is prepared hy Dr. J. llrad
fiehl, A (Inn tu. (hi., price $l/>0 per bottle.
s,.!,| by |>r. A. <". hnkc?, and also by Dr.
.1. * I. Wannamakcr.
a ll.am I X, ?i \ .. I'di. 4, 187l?.
Mews. Ilnlehhon ?(? /.'/???.? I laving thorough
ly tested your '? Nenra^gine" in my ease, 1
! cheerfully >*econuiiend it to all who sutler
I with neuralgia. 'I n - M. Wood,
nf Howard, W ood ? Co.
M a v.ill's IlKKU'k, i
I.KKSiU'ito, Ya., April IU, IS7*J. i
Messrs, Ihitchb.0 Itro ?It aflonls ma
pleasure lu testify Ui the great virtues nl
your '?Neuralgin?!" for the cure of neuralgia
and sii k headache. It i- the best rem tiv
:'nr these most distressing complainls 1 have
ever used. It should be in ever* family in
Yours truly. flt-:o. K llUAO,
.Mayor ot Lecfhurg, \ a.
fur-ale by 1 ?r. \. C. Dukes, and also hy
I>r. J. ?1. Wnnnaiiutkcr,
iunc 11 1 in
torrefied every week hy Messrs. Pti.t.
?V Si ovil.K.
I'mi>ay, July '.?. IS80.
I ,ow M itldlings. 10 ?>
t hdiuary. ?9:|
t 'um.TV" su
New Corn .
Poddcr, per 1011 lbs. 70
Hough Rico.$ 1 20
The (hangeburg Missionary Asso
i i.ition having appointed me Missionary,
with direction, that I should visit all of
In r churches in the Pork of Ktlisto 'I'lib
notice is to npk the brethren and pastors of
our churches to give me notice of their
protracted meeting, also of destitute pi ew,
with tin-sick ami nfllieted of of our people.
If invited, I will be glad to visit churches
that are not of our Associ iti. n.
W. F. (' II A PI.IN.
Orangeburg,S. C., June 25tli LSS0. -Jt
13I1H prepared to ?uppiv
Families with ihe celebrated I'hila.lc'l
phia Champagne Lager liter by I ho Do/en
cheaper than Charleston market. At
Wallace Cannon's Old Stand.
J. DEL' ANDRW8, Agt.
A neat Dwelling with ?'? Itootns, Fire
places, Jind Kitchen attached, with si Lot
1! ucre; in 11 healthy location. Terms made
easy. Appy to
T. (.'. HuoDBLii, Auctioneer.
Clliaiuimigu Larger Beer,
j hottled by the English bottling Co.,
prescribed by Physicians as the most
healthy beverage in the world. Fresh and
pare. For sale at Wallace Cannon's old
stand, by J. DKK A.NDBliWf*, Agt.
IMPROVED PATENT L1VEP. PAD I
Never Okto ITaed.
Can ni: Mawc any Stuknctu Hekiukd. J.am
Tu ick as Long.
Slsaaiei CurH*iifcwt Drage;^ the Sjstea.
Chills and Fever,
Liver Cora, hint,
Sick 4 Nervous
These Pttitu Citri? .-.it DUeVCS liy AMnrption. >.'?
N'oxioui I'llN. Olls.nr .\-< iCii-dfciiicsnrvt:' i
into the Stomnvh. The P.?!* u.c w.oni over lhe i it
of Uie Ktotntich, "ovit-lrijf ?.'?<? brent Sei v
ni") Die l.tvw niid Ktmitncii. a freiiiTu V. ?.???t 1W3
T.illlc is .il' .Ttw il InhiUvoeirciifatfoii l-tUli! Ulm I
I.iv.r.|miii \ lue I lie Uli ...i. siimehitin11..- Mr, i: ? :
Kiiln y* tu I ?? ii" v nct!-!i. r- ?! Bt-'-tipth'-tiinK I! ?
Ktoinsiclitoitigirti id. I'kickoF ISim tl am 1
each. KoLu uv am. l'r.'.i.i.i.'Ti. ?tr *;at t?y .Vull
nr K \-pre-i*.
Actin:!. uen! rt "?'-> tl ?.'?>..::? I. a.vr.rv Sr.,
South Carolina Lin 11 Hon !
Passenger Depart in cut
CIIASOK OK SCIIKDCI.F.
On and after May 10th, 1S80, Passenger
Trains on this Itoad will run as follows
(till further orders.)
Ureeiiville Express Train.
Leave Columbia at.-1 1". P M
\rrive at CamdeH at. 7 45 "
Leave Orangeburg.0 0"> "
Arrive at Churl eslon.'.' 00 '?
Leave Charleston at. 5 45 A M.
Leave Orangchtirg at. 8 40 "
Leave Cainden at. 7 00 ?'
Arrive at Columbia at.10 30 "
Way Freight and Passenger Trains
(KU SO CAST.
Leave Columbia. -r> 40 A M
Arrive at Cainden.V-'. 00 P M
Leave Orangcburg.?008 A M
Arrive at t harleston. - 00 i; M
.-Ingush. :' 23 "
Leave Charleston. '?? 00 A M
Augusta. 8 00 '?
?? Orangebnrg . 1 l? P M
Arrive at Columbia. ~> ?>~ "
' Passengers leaving Columbia or "Char
leston on these trains have to change ears
at liranchville to reach Charleston at 2 00
I ni oi Columbia at 5 '?'>! p in.
Xiglit Kxwresa Train.
Leave Columbia. 30 1? M
? t Iraugchurg. 12 30 A ,\L
Arrive at Align ta . -I 50
Charleston. 'J "20 "
Passengers to arrive in Charleston i't 0 -0
A. M . have t., change ears at Branch villu
it they arc not in the sleeping ears, which
goes through without a change.
Leav e Charleston . 0 fi"> P
'* Augusta. 7 40 *'
Orangeburg. - 45 A
Arrive at (Columbia. 0 10 "
New Vork K.v.|ircss.
Leave Orangeburg. ? 47 A M
Arrive at Augusta. 0 24 '*
Leave Augusta. Ii 01) P M
Arrive at Orangeburg. 0 57 '*
'flic tirecnville Hxprest and the
I night Fx pi es4 Trains will rim daily.
Ad other trains will run daily except Sun
days. Sleeping Cars are attached to Night
Kxpross. IWrlhs only $1 50 to Charleston
or Augnsta. These trains make sure con
itcctions tit Charleston with New York and
Itahimore Steamers on Wednesdays and
.Saturdays. abo with Florida Steamer* mi
I'uesdays and Saturday*, also with 7 a m
tram S A. I tail road for Savannah and
Florida Points Connections made l?y
other trains at Augusta with trains from and
to that point, also with all trains from and
to Charleston. DC ALLKN,
(I P & T A.
JOHN II PhX'K, Ocneral Snot.
.1 (!. POSTIiLb, Agt., Orangebirg. S.O.
NEVER FAILS TO
< d: Li \ i.it i.CIl i: For a'l diseases of
the liver. d?i ?. bowels, stomach, and kid
ney-, it ha> no cipiaL It is daily usebv
thousands, a'l over die country, who volun
tarily t;- ity in its merits. It is entirely
vegetable. |icrfecl y harmless, andean he
taken by i cr-onsof a'l :ig<'?. Try it once,
and yo.i ? i i mil r?:: rel it.
Sample hollies and pa< kaue. '2'> i eats."1
1 :n e liolllc.s. I;l ii-^e package, 50 cents.
So d v rvw here.
Sole /Voprietors, ( harleston, S. ('.
I'or sale hv I.'r. ?!.(.}. Wannaiiiaker, and
ulsn l?v I 'r A i' Imkos.
a m'I Um
Fur sale on reasonable terms,
Also a large lot of good souuu
By 11. s. RKXNE1CKK.
jnno 1 if
J. 3DEE ANDREWS,
Would It expect fully inform the Citizens
"f Orangchnrg, dial he has in charge the
Stock and fixtures of Z .1. King, at Wallace
Cannon's Old Stand, Main Street ?where
he will be clad to serve his friends and the
public with anything in his Hue of trade,
Lvcry thing fresh und pure, and gun ran
teed to give satisfaction. A full line of
COOPS kept constantly on hand.
Boin and raised in Orangchnrg, 1 hope
to receive a liberal share of I he patronage
of my Fellow-Citizens. ?
J. in A'. ANDREWS.
may 21 lv