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In New Orleans. ^iTis to be hoped that Senator Hill of Georgin will get well. Redmond is a brave muh, and de serves a better fate than he has. JJThc President is to be buried next Monday. There, is a hint that General Go don,-having made a plenty of money since leaving the Senate, may enw i politics again. There arc talks of having a Pout I Carolina department put up at the At lanta Exposition. We hope it will be done. A prayer for Gnilteau was made in a Cincinnati church?for bis spir itual but not his temporal welfare. The Georgia Tress Convention meets in Atlanta on the opening day of the exposition. General W. T. Tucker wasnssnssi hated Wednesday night, at Ok.ilona. Miss. He was called to the door o! his residence and shot by an unknown party. Gen. Grant and President Arthur walked arm in arm at Long Branch the day after the death of Gartield. This has a decidedly "stalwart" look. Gov. Hagood has is med a procla mation calling upon all the people to lay aside business, and go to the churches and hold public; worship qu the day of the President's funeral. South Carolina, after all, is not to have a separate building at the At lanta Exposition, but only 1000 feet of cubic, space in one of the. Fair Buil dings. A duel was fought in Virginia on Monday between Gen. Wise, a Demo erat, and District Attorney Lewis, a Republican, in which it is reported that the former was shot in the thigh and the latter in the left breast. The quarrel was about politics. Greenville farmers have held no meetings to bog mercy from the for tilizer meu, and it is probable that they will not. The list of those who ?walk up, toe the mark squarely and pay in full is lengthening every day. The poorer t hey arc the more honest they are.?Neies. It is said that there will be a gath ering of political magnates at the At lanta Exposition. It is thought that Speaker Randall, Ex-President Sam uel Tilden, .lohn Kelley and other no ted politicians will come down to talk over matters with leading Southern ers. The "Gate City" will be kept alive for a few weeks. On last Friday morning a light oc curred between two families, the one named Mitchell, and the other named Cooper, living on adjacent farms near Atlanta Georgia, about, some chickens straying oVor the line, in w hich two of the Mitchells and ?nie of the Coop ers were killed. A Chicago editor hears (hat Hon. Jefferson Davis, who is traveling in Europe, is suffering from ah affection of the throat, and adds that if is a pity that he was not made; to die. of throat nffoctiori from the entangle-! mctit of a rope just after the war. j Suppose that some Southern editor had remarked that it is a pit\ that Garlield had not died of heart ache caused from Guitlcau's pistol, what a howl would have gone up from the Stalwart Press! It may lie well to re mind the Chicago editor thatJeff Da vis, not dying from sore throat wa:. not bis fault. He asked to he t ricd. and if guilty to be hanged, but the TJuitud States government backed out knowing that there was no case a gainst him. When you have an in (la med eye, a swelled hand, or d cenyed and aching tooth, you do not take and (HI your stomach with drugs to,eure it, but ap ply a cooling Lotion oiVome soothing narcotic dircc/lly to the parts. So if kidneys, profuse or scanty urine, or the secretory system is clogged and inactive, you should use I rof. Guil mctte's French Kidney Pad, w hich is a directly local application; which al ways gives speedy relief ami always on res the disease. Ask your drug gist for it. The Hon. Geo. 1). Tillman, of Kdgclield, says that cane from the swamp is an excellent substitute for corn. He says that a large armful cut green is equal to t en cars of corn, .ami that a horse or mule can do four fifths of the work it would do if fed with corn. It is not to he dried or stored, but always cut green and fed direct. IS SU HO FVKiiY THURSDAY MO 11 N I NO, STILES B. MELbiCiiAMIN K?ii?U a Nu i'iioi'Riiir?u. T\:i'in - of SuU.?or i ]> t i o r 1 ? One Copy hue Van-.si 0<j *' *? Six Man h . 7") Rates of Advertising. Our. Square i"' Insertion.si 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 \*<nV?;.< inserted in Load (ill"inn 11 '2()c. prr Liiie. All SubscriptionH and Transient Advertise tents to be pjuidj/nr in Advance. fin;" W'v am in no way responsible lur .nu views or opinions n' 'iur v.orri:. p<uni ons. TIIURh?A Y, ri 101* r^JIS iI. I'oaiBOildittioii unit Co I>art iierM?ip. The u ndersigned, after years of ex perience, lino tug that two papers can not be properly supported in Orange" eiirg, and, desiring to publish a paper which will reflect credit upon ?.he County, and, at the same time, be remunerative to the proprietors, have determined to unite their menus arid efforts, and consolidate the two papers which they respectively re present, and, for this purpose, have this day formed a co-partnership. The consolidated paper, styled the Tim Ks and I be mock at, which v ill be considerably enlarged and improved, will appear next week, ami, we feel confident, will give satisfaction to our patrons and the public, and become ail assured and permanent success. To this end wc promise our untiring et forts. Further announcements as to terms and ot her arrangements will be made in the lirst issue. .JAMES Li SIMS, STICKS R. MELLICH A MR. . . . - wc? ? ? -am ? - - The 2P res id out dc?d. At last the appalling intelligence has Hashed over the wires to every part of the country that James A. Garficld, the President of the Cnited States, is no more. lie died lit Fal beren, IS'ew Jersey, whither he had been moved from the White House,, atlO.??on Monday night. For sev eral days previous to his death he had been getting sensibly weaker, suHer ing, as he was, from repeated rigors, lie had just passed through one of| these, arid appeared to be in no very alarming condition, when Dr. 'Bliss asked him if he was feeling uhcom for table in any way. The President tin swered ">?'ot at all" and shortly after wards fell asleep arid Dr. Bliss re turned to his room, across til's bail from that occupied by the President. Cols. Swain and Rockwell remained with the President. About fifteen minutes after 10 0; clock the President awakened and re ins.rked to Col. Swaim that he was suffering great pain, and placed his handover his heart. He said at once that the President was dying, und di reeled at once that Mrs. Gar li eld be called; also the Doctors. He died of some trouble of the heart supposed to be neuralgia. When it became known that the end had come the scene outside bafiled description. Indeed a pall covers El be roil. - i? ? -cm -. l'rcdictlon. The Greenville.Nora makes the fol lowing prediction: "The next. Legislature will have its llilrids full. There will be a light over pi*- hi bit ion, ending in its defeat, l'heie will be a tight over the repeal of the lien law, ending in the law re main iug as it now stands. The public schools will be tinkered at without accomplishing anything but a number of speeches. There will be a light over the const) tutionnl question, ending in the call ing of a convention to revise that doc inherit. There will be a movement for a short session that should be defeated for there has never been a time when mature deliberation and careful steel ing was more required. There will be an assault fin the rail roads, the end of which no man can ace. . JiuiiCH A. G'nrflcld. The nomination of James A. Gn I' ll eld by the Republican Convention at Chicago brought him most promin ently before the people as a public man. D?ving the canvass, as will invariably be the case, many things were said of hi in which, whether well founded or not, we desire to bury in perpetual oblivion in view of ?ic do ! volopmonts which time has wrought. I Iii it political sense there uro two i points which are inseparably connee j toil with this exalted name. In the I name of Garlicld is illustrated, even in the Republican party, a victor) of the people over Graulisin, which is the embodiment of sectionalism and peculation; and the unfeigned sym pathy which welled up for him from every part of our Southern laud dur ing t he Calamity which overtook him, has brought Kit in its true light the real fee It tigs nature and motives of the Southern people, and we trust will tend to hasten that harmony and good feeling which is soessentua^ to the happiness arid prosperity of ?mir (. o tin try. As a man, air. Oar field was not little in any sense, Providonetvn dowed him with liberal views, a large heart and a linn will. But, above all he was it Christinu. A member of the Church of the Disciple*, a sect of Baptists, he illustrated his Chris tiail character more in bis inward life and example than in outward obser vances and forms. In view of the exalted olllco which he tilled, this feature in his character should einer the nation. The example will be felt and the influence live for good, - - ? im ? w ? G'en. Arthur. As soon us the President died, See retary MeVeugh telegraphed to Gen. Arthur to come forward and lake the oath, and be is now President of the United States. Gen Arthur has been a politician, and has stooped so often that his reputation is far from being exalted. Still hehns behaved durijig the President's all i et ion, with beeoiii ing discretion, and Wjj confidently hope that he Will have the same good sense in conducting the a II airs of th< Nation in a spirit of conservatism, and not in antagonism to the interests of the people. CALL AT THE LONG ESTABLISH KD PEOPLE'S BAKERS AND (5 KT BREAD; 1K;LL>, CAKES, Also Itnisins. Currants, Citren, Nuts and ?'aimed lioodsof all kinds. A fresh lot of < "oil feet ioiierj' now toi littild. and a lull assortment of CHRISTMAS GOODS Vi/.: flips anil Saucers, Vasts, Toilet Sets, I lolls, Tea Sei-, Mill's, Tin Toys of all descriptions, Lamp Stands, fhil drcii's ( bails, w aeons. Lock ing 1 lorses, A;e , &c , &c., Call'flit once and get what you want for ?)hristnias. Tallies vvLhidg urticlca for Christmas Trees will do we'd to come now while ihej can iril:c a good selection D?iit tail ?n ? v" at 7 YV. ALBKRGOTTLS.'. ROBBED^ k ?T li o ii fi a n d s o 'grave* are annually robbed of their victims, livs prolongcil. happine.-s and hcaith testoreil by die Use of the great German ? .) v'? n <3 which positively and permanently cures Im potency (caused by excesses of any kind). Seminal Weaknsss, and all diseases that follow as a seipience of self-abuse, as losa of energy, loss of nieinorv. cniver^al Ia*situdc< pain the back, dimness of vision, premature old age, and many other diseases mat lead to insanity or consumption and a prematme grave. ?bend for circular* with testimonials free by mail. The Invigoramr is sohl at $1 per box, or six boxes for r??, by nil di ng gist. 01 will be lent free by mail, securely scaled, on receipt of price liv ad Iressing F. .8. * fll-Lt'KY.' Druggist, KS7 6'mmit st. Toledo, Ohio. Sole Agent for toe United .States, in a v I'J ]v -SHAVING SALOON.? give notice to all my riistiriii ami Citizens generally that I ha\ employed a kiicst class \\k\imen fuom cei.i'Miii-a and made oilier improve ihents iii my shaving saloon. Please etil I iind give, us a trial, NEXT DOOR TO TIME'S Or'EK'E. COLEMAN BE ATI E. lsq atlg25 ly SHERIFF'S SALES. Slate of South Carolina?In the Court of Common Plea", By virtue of h indry execution* issued out of the >aid court, and to me directed, I will sell at Orahgehiirg Courthouse on die first Monday. Salesday in October day to day unlil the whole is Hold, at thr store on Main Htreei lately occupied by E M Meyer a stock of Goods consisting of Dry lioods, Groceiie*, &e. Levied on as the property of K M Meyer it the suit of Steffens & Werner and A W Mover. Terms?Cash. A. M. SALLEY, Sej.t 16-3 Sheriff O. C. FOR SATiE A V year obi Blond Buy Hoi*e, young, sound, uentle ion! quick, and an excellent Buggy Howe. Apply to J G POSTELL. INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. SYMPTOMS OF A Loasof ftppotito,Nftuson,bowoln contivo, PHTu Iii tnoHejtd.with 11 dull HOoaiiUqnTn ?ho back piirt, Ptiin under thqshouldorf Binde'. fullness hft-er eating, with a dlsin^ ciinntion to exortioo'of body or giind^ lFritnbjliJ,y_of t'trhper, iLow upirit-a, Losa ?f memory, wi'.h n feeliiiR of having nag; leotnd gome d ".ty," v/c\'iriiicnn,"DiaaliieBMj flutteVinR of * he Heart, Dot.s_bofore tKo eyea, '.'ollow tikiii, Headache, itcBtloa'a no?s a ; nigh5 ,'hi?hly c?lor?d Urine. IF TH_2SE W A.BNINGS ARE UNHEEDED, SERIOUS D1SI.ASES WltLSOON DE DEVEtOPED. TUTTS PILLS ?*ro especially ndnpted to such casus,ooo done o fleets Kiicliuchaiigo of foollnc; UK to astonish the soft'erer. They Inrrrnar tin- Appellto, and ciinsi* the body to Tnkc ??? VICNhj thus Uta system I? noiirUIicil.aiul by tllclr,T?ii?tc Actlonun tlio J)l[;r.iti? <? OrtrnHH, ItoKUlttr Ntool? tire tiro duroi. Price 55 cunts, ttn 91 array St., N.Y. Okav HAOtnr Whigkkiis chi\ne;rc3 to a Oi.ossy Black by a nlnnl<> application of this Dye. It 1-npartn a natural color, acts Instantaneously. Bold by Druggists, or s?nt by exprcM on receipt of fn Office, 35 Murray St., New York. SI Br. Tl'TTS .YIAXrAL uf Valuable Information and t\ HCKrul ItN.lpU will be snallcd /KKE oa application-tf PROF. HARRIS1 RADICAL CURE TOE BPERMATQBBHCEA. Oun Lino 4 1IUJNAL PABTILLI A Valuable Discovery und New* Prparturc in Met icjI Scior.jc, in enttrt1/ New* and positively crttet ive FUmedy for the lytcdr ani permanent Cure of I'ontiml Kxnfsalono <*z. luipctoncy bj the only true v/ay. Tie: Diroca Application ts the piia* aiptj Saat of the Disease, aclin- ly Absorption. andjciert Li iti if-v:'o influence oq the Beminal Vcatcies. r.jna ulatory Ducta, Prontato Gland. ai.d TJrcltira. The am of ihr Ketnedr is attended witU no r:eie> er lecnuvenienre, n> I dart not iotrrfiro with the ordinary pqnmts of life ; it it ?uicklr dissolved and rnon absorbed, producing an Imme diate* toot hi nr, 1 rchtnrilivc effect upon tbr tcmal n.i ?ervoui orj;anii?:ions wreekrJ from s*1f-abuse and elf f tier, ?toppinc the drain from Ihe tratem, rtstorlne* the muni it btilth ant uouutt memory, rem*.vine the Dimncn of flight, Nervotia Debility, Confusion of Idoas, Avor fllon to Society, etc., ctu., and tho appcarauee of prema ture old tu:o '.vni: , accoiDpanvi*~r; tnit txuutdt.tnd rtltbr* \ui perfect Sexual ViRor, vhcre it ha? been dormant fer yuri, 'II.ii moJe of treatment has Itood the le*t in rrry ? err rr f ii.i, aal l? no?T x piunuunced lurcca?. Drur;3 aft too much prencribrd In these troutj!ei, and, aa manr c?l tear wilneia to, with bul little U any permanent EDOJ, There ia no Nontenie about this PreptratioD* Trtctical obscrration eaab!ea ci to potltivelj Kuar^nteo that it will jlv? oatiyfaatlon.? UurUijc Iba euhl rrari tbat it ha? L*etB je^ersi u:;. -we haV* tbouiaadi cftettituoiiialt na to Ita value,aud it it now crncedel ly the Medical 1'rvfersion t 1 be th* most rational meant jet discovered of reaching ar^J curing this very prevalent trouble* that ta well kn?wn to L - the cauie of untcl.l misery to in maur. and urwm whom qunc'ca rrcy with their Ute I cat nr strums ml biff fcen. 1 he IIan.Mf 1? put up in neat bozrt, of three site*. Jfo. 1, (ctiouzb to last a monC:,) C'J ; 2id. 2, (?tfficiant 13 affect a permanent cure, UUlcal In ervcre cases.) (Q; lio. 3, (laatine; OTar three month*, will itop emlisioi.a aa<l reslora vijrr in the worst rises.) $7. Sent Lr mail, sealed, in plam wrapper*. Full DIRJiCTIOr?3 for ualnu Wall accom pany ?ACII BOX. \ VScaJ fur a. Descnp?Te Pamphlet flvln; Anatomical^ // lllostraliona, which will r on vine r lha most tkrptical [( that they can be rcttared \> ptrfrcl mauho<?i, in I V\ fltted for the duties of Ufa, nine as if r-rver atTeotcd. X^ent bealed for stamp to any wie. l^old ONLY by the4 HARRIS REKEDY CO.MF'G.CHEMISTS. Markot and 8th Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO. I plieiiwtt. Cf3 ^ IIA???!?* RESIKOV CO.; H la )Uh!i tUvmUi^, Hill i JlarL.tSIS li?Z\i^? St. I.uuln. .*.Io. iiSPENSABY rcagggMBEBgw Iit?:HshcdlS17 ?t 12 IT. 6th Streit, C7. LO'J^J, MO. rPHE rhftlclim in cLir<i? nl tin. e|.l trJ ><fll ktir<irn initl. Jt lulio tte rtguUr pia luiitri in nicdicln. ami ?urjery. Yriri of tip.- -nc? in llic ItMlmciil nl I'bironlr l'l>c?.c? bat* in?J> Dich ixU ?dJ ability m niiucli lupcrlnr In Ibac ol Hit ?rtfmary prsclitlbiibr, llitl liitj have aci)uircJ a lulionil itpuiallgo Ihrosi h : cV i<calm*ul of rniu|iliealrd raan. INDIt'CRETIOPl . r EXPOSURE rrn'uc naU4lta ?? H} ulilll> llnuurrlira, (.1-1. Mrlrinrr, Orclilll., all Vrlnar) truiibli > aiiJ S.TJihlllllr it ilrrrnrlkl Mum ol Ihl Ihr? il. ,Ua:u honr?. IrealrJ ? itli luccca?, nh icirulil c pna* dpi?viiiinni u\in/ Mrrcnr) i>r oll.n I'niionoui >1< '..cmtt. P?Msri?ra.iM^uaia (trine lr"in ilie ?liefI? nl 6|>rraal?n rlxta *'f >riuiii?l Ufnbur..^ I. or t*C't* In wafureil vr ir?. Arc ? ai> -w'i.Cf? ^1lllr ufllic Irtlln1 !i el iclf-abu.e hi joi;l\ illy tun d. Tl ^ .lli blolcl t\ Slii iCtive lr ? lo.a il fU.ln O i !r>?. lijl r?lii..?!l ill ?.WIj .'?.r, u liirli ui.iii. it.- vii-timl r t.u.im ATl^rJTS TREATED 'v.M?:' rre puinLlr, "UCIK mJ ii.Mt 1 Ii? patie; Ii ile^iil^t t.-;i|. txraona ,d. Llalorquirtliotiala'lH lurnt niailcii ir?-e in any a. <r*.r.on. .uirrrhiK fruri lluptnrn .linulil ami l.arn ?oMrllilng la Itirlr mltiiuU^i Coaiwuuirttinn. Until) cm I- lei.tul, ar.J ?1.11 l r iJJtr.i.il iilJ. UL'TTK, IS .Nuri'i i.lli 1st., hi. l.-.i.O. M? I IhVl' K.Mrrta V l I. niil .1 iruw.P Though Shaken in Evory Joins And fiber with fevcratul ague, or bilious re mittent, the system may vet be freed from the malignant virus with Hosteller'sStomnch nittcrs. Protect the system It gainst it with this beneficent anti&pnsinodie, which is furthermore a supreme remedy for liver com plaint, constipation, dyspepsia, debility, rheu matism, kidney troubles ami other ailments, l'or t>ale by all Druggists aud Dealers generally. SHERIFF'S SALES. St am: or South Carolina, CoL'NTl oI" OuANOLniJUO, In Court of Common I'leas. Hy virtue of an ICxceulion issued out of (initl Court, ami lo mo directed, I will sell tit Orhn'gebiirgCourt llou.-e on llie first .Monday in October, the following Keal Kstale : A Iraet ol" land in said County and Stale containing one hundred ami nineiy (,1'.K>) acres, inore or I .mm, am! Iiountlcii on ilie North by bllitli formerly ttf.itilin Kasterlin, Ka-t l.?y .). M. Copes Smith by lands ol Sniiiiiel Dibble and \Ye.>l by lands of S. Dibble and Mr.-. .M. A. KltHeU, Levied nil the properly o;*(l. W. Kiitrell; a the suit of Itii11 & Scoville. IVi ins?Cash, l'urcbaser topav for papers. A. M.'SAbbKV, Shoviti; 0. C. Slierilf's OHiee, Sept: l-ta 1SS1;. sept to 3t Ily Dr. L. S. WOLl K. Office ovei D. Louis' Sioc. Satbsfactif >i giiaianicvtl in all ope; n'.ioiH UlSf' Tee; !i extrncteil without pain by the use of Nitrous Oxitl Uum, Slstc&sxaaith. Work i ivc-jy (IfFciipLion do no on the hoi.csl notice and at moderate rice-;. Work respectfully solicited. W. 11 110 WELL, Opposite Hurley's Corner. T- XDeChlavette, THE RESTLESS & SLEEPLESS Watchmaker and Jeweller OritikhcbiirK, S. CL Prices will tell! Pacts tire stubborn th .Whore eati I got the goods I want? \N It ere. can 1 get the Latest Styles? Wi-eie tan 1 yet the gooda lltat gh tne be-t satisfaction and at the Lowest t'ric '1 Iiese are questions that interest c\^wy bu ine-e man .Answer: At T. 1 ?1,0111 A VE ITE, At Jos. Eros'" Store. THE UNDEh SIGNED Ofiber* to his fricmlM and tlio public, at the store recent y occupied bJ jr. w. MQSEtST. A full Stock of General MERCHANDISE. A call solicited )and satisfaction guaran teed. TOBACCO Will be made a spcoialty. W. B. THOMPSON. jiiiie 4 1S.S0 ': y Oiangoburg H;gE School WILL open on the 1st Monday in September, 1881. AT a heavy personal expense, I have my Academy IN FIRST R?TE condition. SEPARATE apartments for Girls and Hoys; ami no intercourse between them allowed. IPERSONS desiring to study Ger * man,, should apply at the begin hing, as only one NEW Class will be organized this session. FOR terms apply to J. F. RISER, Principal. dug 18 2 OIT1TJXJE OF1 D. I DAK k CO 7 K would respectfully ask the public to call and examine our stock of DTlltT GOODS In endless variety. In all the Late>t and most Fashionable Styles. GROCERIES. both Staple and Eimcy The Wot'lcl l^enowned LYON BAKING- POWDEE In I, |V'j and 1 lb packages, guaranteed liest of all or money refunded. Direct from the Mitls, and we call particu lar attention to two of our Fancy brands, ''BOLTED SNOW" and ''HARVEST PRIDE," Which cannot be equaled in this Market, and which is within the reach of the poor as well as the rich. A full and well Selected Stocl, from $7 f>0 to $11! 00 per set. SADDLES From $2 to $1'2. TOBx^CCOS From the Beat Factories in North Carolina and Virginia, Low for Cash. STBAVW GOODS For Ladies, Misses, Children, Men, Youths boys in great variety. pn-^lME will not allow uh to mention our ! Entire Stock. Come and look and v"^, will be pleased. Buy and you will be C?p cclfully. GS HAND OPENING 1881 FALL m * GRAND OPENING AT GREAT' Ml II is now offering GREAT BARGAINS HIS LARGE ADVERTIEMBNT will appear in full nest week. HATJUNd. HAVING bought out tho outfit of Horses, Wagon nud Omnibus, from .Mr. YV. M. Sain, together with tho good will of same, I am prepared lo haul every hind of freight with dispatch. Merchants entrusting their business to mo will be faith fully served. Passengers for the traiua can be served any hour tlay or night. Spe cial contracts made for large bills of h?ut ig G dors for wagon or Orantbna may be lelt at stores of i'r. J. G. Wannomakcr, Dr S. A. Keevea and Express Office. Aug. 11 J.G. POSTfiLL. Market, Reports. Corrected every week by Messrs. Dull & Sc?VII.L. Friday, June 16, 1881. COTTON Middlings. 0J(S> Low Middlings. Ordinary. 3(<?5 PROVISIONS Corn.75(2>80 New Corn... 1>ca.i. 1 50 -odder, per 100 lbs.1 60 Hough Rice.? ?.80 torney and OounseU a V. ORANGEBUROr, S. O. OKice corner of Court House Square and Church Street, the same formerly owned and oc cupied by Win. M. IIut;sou, Esq. unc 11 JIM M0NREJR. . THE finest bred Stallion over before tho public in Grangeburg County, can now be found at WM. M? SAIN'S STABLES.