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I _T, O C A. Ta_I Water Melon.?Tnauks to Mr. A R. Phillips of Liberty township for a magnificent water melon weighing 28 ? pounds. The seed was sent from the Agricultural Department. BoAumvu Pupils.?The principal of "Melliehamp's School," is prepar ed to furnish board for three boys and one more girl at his school at $10 per month. Apply at once. Dedication.?The Pour Holes Baptist Church will he dedicated on the First Sunday in October, The dedication sermon will be preached by Rev. T. M. Galphin. It will be an interesting occasion, and there ?will doubtless be a fine turn out. Wc congratulate the community on the successful consummation of such worthy efforts; in ;i good cause. Rev. T. M. Tolson of Alabama has been called to the pastorate. The Court House Fence.?The | County Commissioners at their last | meeting awarded the contract of put ting np an iron fence around the Court House to Mr. P. G. Cannon. This will add very much to the beau ty of our town, and will be a protec tion to the fine shade trees which should never he allowed to sutler de triment. Mr. Cannon is always thor ough in all that he does, and seems to he determined to put up a job which will reflect credit upon himself and ! the town alike. I - D- . - ? MB? - Fire?On last Thursday tho dwell ing of Mr. J. T. Sal ley in the Fork was completely destroyed by fire. Everything Mr. Salley and his family possessed was consumed, a n& there being no insurance, the loss will be a heavy one to him. The lire occurred in the day, and was caught from a spark from the stove. We deeply sympathize with the loser in his great misfortune. Puni.ic School Teachers.? In ad dition to the names published last week, tlie following teachers have passed their examinations before the sittings of the Board of Examiners this week: 1st Grade, S. N. Uerry, Win Mays. 2nd Grade, P. W. An drews,' Leonora G. Matthews, Sarah E. Johnson: 3rd Grade, M. C. Tread well, Martha Anemul, W. O. Garihi ehael, M. R. Wilkcrsun, I). J. Hi own ami V. I), Howman. This completes the examination. " ? 0 r an (Te* L"k a ves.- " ?0? Henry Kohn. ?We have enjoyed a cool change this week. ?Some obtuse fellows don't want an acute angle in the Court House fence. ?The recent rains have set all the mills in motion. ?Dr. Ayer has leased Mr. T. 1). Wolfe's store and will move in town on the first of October. ?Do you want a nice suit of clothes?go to Henry Kohu's. ?Mayor Dukes is now at the head of our city government. ?Wc think the building boom will commence to wane now for a time. ?The Cornelson factory is still prospering. ?Roys' and Men's clothing; big variety at Henry Kohu's. ?Marion Jackson continues to dcafout fine beef. ?We have had several days of delightful weather. ?A mad or crazy calf on Mr. J. B. Brickie's pi ace alarmed the commun ity on Sunday by cutting up a hum her of strange antics. ?Gravel, diapetcs, Bl ights disease of the kidneys, and all diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs pcrihaii cntly cured by Prof. Guilmetto's French Kidney Pad. ?Mr. Henry Kohn's new advertise ment appears this week. A call at his establishment will convince you he has struck "bottom" as to prices. ?Wc understand that our Treas urer has been able to collect but little of the taxes this year in comparison ?with previous years. The world of fools has such a store That he who would not see an ass Must bide at home and bolt his door And?break his looking-gluss. ?Private bo ard at reasonable rates in the business portion cf town. Ap ply to W A Melliehainp Esqr. ^j^aius in uivss goous, easi TO^gffinm^nd trimmings at lion:y Koli its7^^?k ? Strauss <v^U give notice that tlicy will have uo more rice for ex change till further notice is given. * ?A calf can't go into society with out revealing itself; and goods bought at Jos Eros' confectionery arc sure to tell. * ?Henry* K?lln is elected to sell til - the people of Orangeburg all their dry goods at cheaper prices than jnybody else. ?Have you ever tried the "Cable Scicw' shoes and boots. They are bet I tor than any other, because, if a pair rips or tears, Henry Kohu gives you another pair. ?Coleman Bentic has opened in connection with his shaving saloon a first-class restaurant especially for white people. Give him a call. ?Mr. W. F. Robinson lias secured the services or Mr, II. Berg, a Gei lnau watch maker, and is now pre pared to do all work in that line. ? Prof. Berg is in town on a visit to his old home. He is about to move with his family from Cokcs berry to Abbeville. Vi'c are glad to know that be is doing well. ?The indications are that the people throughout our County arc taking a deeper interest in public schools than usual, and we hope that the opening of these schools in jNto venibcr may be good. ?Gen. I/.lar will go to the York town Centennial in the double capa city of Master Mason and Stale Sen ator on the Committee appointed by the Legislature. ?The expression of a young ladies face, who had just received a box of I .Jos Eros' pure candies, is said to have much resembled Eve's, when she first entered the Garden of Eden. *j ? Prof. Bbeynton 0* Brian, well known in Urnngoburg County as an able, and successful teacher is pros pering with his Academy at John town near the line in Aikeii County. ?Several young men of our town me being prepared for College at the High School of Charleston, Mr. V. C. I^ilildo, L*r! n?..tpul, ami lit Itov. Toother Porter's School. They will return to the city shortly. ?The new Council took charge of city a Hairs on Monday, and the bid Council retired* No changes have as yet been made in the subordinate ollleials. ?Our County Commissi on es, from all we can learn, are giving general Satisfaction. They are looking faith fully to the public welfare, ?A protracted meeting is going on at Jamison under the eonduetof Rev. I). \V. Cut tino. Ahoi her commenced sit the Buptist Church in our town on Monday. We hope that ihueh good in ay he accomplished. ?To su in it all up in a few words? if you want anything in the Dry Goods line?see Henry Kobn's im mense st?.ck of goods?you will bo Mire to buy autl go away happy. ?Rev. A. P. Xorris is in town where he receives this heartygee tings of Iiis many friends. ?Mrs. Dr. Vogt opens a first-class boarding house at the Strom an house iu our town on the 1st of October. We take pi ensure in recommending her to all who desire an excellent, and, at the same time reasonable hoarding place. We arc sure that all hei* patrons will he pleased and satisfied. ?Mr. W. J. DeTrevillc, Jr.. bus been called in by the surveyors mak ing t lie map of the (lotinly for Atlanta Exposition to assist in completing it in time to be shipped in a week or ten days. Mr. DeTrcvilleis an accomp lished draughtsman and his assist ance will be of great value. ?Mr. Blackmail,the correspondent of the News and Courier, is in town, endeavoring, wo understand, to as certain the true inwardness of t be recent municipal election for the in formation of his paper. ?Mr. Collins, the new superinte nd ent of the Cornelson Factory, has ar rived and taken charge ot the estab lishment. We hear the rumor that this faetoryjis to be considerably im proved, and that lint cotton will soon he substituted for seed cotton. 3MOTSCB ! ("10TTON Shippon nie hereby notified J that on and after this date, no ? otton will be received for shipment unless mark ed with initials of shipper (or shipping mark) and Consignee on the Heads ofVlto Bales Jty order of Geucral Supt. J. H. PKCK. ? P. A. Levcndalh at Hurley's cor ner is i he place for boots and shoes All sorts of shoes for all sorts of people; soft shoos lor the old gents; stiff shoosfor the clergy.; cute shoes for the lawyers; sleek shoes for the doctors; clipped shoes for t'ic cd!? tors; big shoes for the workmen; small shoes for dandies; nobby shoes for sports; and last, but not least* loves of shoes for the ladies. Also repairing done in workmnn-likc man i net*. Leather and bindings and everything iii the above line always on hand. meliiohamps" XIX SH SCHOOL. -o the 10rn annual session of this School will commence on the FIRST MONDAY SEPTEM ]fE il 1831. Hoys are prepared for College or Business, and young Indies given a finished couuse. lienewed ciforts will be made to make this School even more accepta ble and efficient, if possible, than il lias been during the past Nine Yeaks of its successful and uninterrupted progress. No pains will be spared in the thorough training, morally and intellectually, of every pupil in at tendance. All the Enui.ish iiliAjicHESi he sides Latin, Greek, and French are regularly taught. OS?" Book- Ke6pin*JC, Pen manship ?he.! the KtiliCS ?1 BusirLfciSS receive special attention. -0 The aim of the Principal is the 11kaut as well as the Mind of the pupil in the cultivation of correct and ennobling moral principles. tkk.us l?ek month: Primary and Intermediate.$2.00. A dvaiurcd I'jtifjlibli.!]'<2.i"i(;. Latin, CJreek, French and Jiook ICeept'.ig. each, extra, 50 cts. Liberal deductions made where more than one pupil attends from a family. Board can he obtained at from 10 to \ '2 dollars per month. For further particulars apply to, STILES Ii. M ELL I CHAMP, Principal. Orangeburg, S. C. Aug. -1, 1881. variety store Engine House, Next to Uncle Joe, BY T. C. HUB BELL, News 1 b'pnrl merit. All Illustraied Papers lind Sunday Maga zines, Sea Side library, &c., frii?i which the minds of tho Ubl as well as the Voting can be improved. All orders for books Papers, Sc., entrust ed tin me will receive prompt attention. DEPARTMENT OF DELICACIES Pure Candies of every vii'rietv. FRUIT DEPARTMENT Northern \pples, Lemons ?&<:. V KG ETA Ii LB PEP A KTM EXT Northern Cabbage, I Huh Potatoes, Onions, Sic. BREAD DEPAIiTM ENT Preith Charleston Patent llrciid every morning by Kxpress. Also Currant and Potato Bread. Ji'vcry luxury of the Market will be obtained. T. C. IHimiKLL, may P.)?(Im busselt Street LANDRET ITS T.UliNir $ CABBAGE Q E q u a a fresh s ?pply AT W. at, HOBIN,SON'S Jeweller, Orangebuig S. G. II. SP AHR, WATCHM?KER, JEWELE R AND 1>KA i.Kit. i.v Watcher, Clocks, Jewelry. Musical Just rumen lb, i*Vrf ?_l'J S.'iOt) UhVt Alto Over h inil ' i 6 n of Prof i linilmoUc'ti "tench Kidney 'ads have al aily been void i ibis country id in Trance; every one of hieli has piv i perfect sal sfaction. and iaye performed curcH every time when used according to diiectiom*. We now . .? tittf afflicted and doubting ones that we will i ay the above reward for a single ease of LANE HACK. That the Pad fails to cure. This (Irea Remedy will positively and permanently cure Lumbago, Lame Hack; Sciatica, Gravel. Diabetes, Dropsy, IIright'a Dischsc of lhe Kidneys, Incontinence and Helen? lion of the. Urine, Iiiflam>Uion of the Kidney?, Catarrh of (he Bladder, High Colored Urine, Pain in the Lack, Side or LohiR. Nervous Weakness, and in fact all disorders of the bladder ami Urinary Organs whether contracted by private disease or otherwise. Ladies, if yon are Buffering from Kcmidc Weakness, Lencorrluea, or any disease of the Kidneys, Rladdei, or Urin ary Organs, V?MJ CAT? 15E CIIRCD1 Without swallowing nauseous medicines by simply wearing PROF. GUILWETTE'S I'RKNCII KIDNEY PAD, lyii K M CUHKS BY ABSORPTION. Ask vonr druwist for PROF. G01L MUTl/S PKtvN?:'li KIDNKY PAD, and take no other. If he has not got it; send ?t-co'' and yon will receive the Pad by re turn mail. Thar, id !b.v,i:Tri:'s Kukxcii hiVEK i'Ab Wi I positively cure Fevei ami Ague, Dumb Agit?. Ague Cuke, Millions I'evor. Jaundice, t lyspep-ia, an 1 all n is-.-a ^vs of the Liver. Smm ie!i im I l>'.< >l. I'rice Si 50 by iiia:!. Send for Prof; ttuPineUo's Trea lise.oii ilio Kidneys and Liver, free by mail, Add. e.-s To edo. <>hio. For sa'e bv l>.-. .1. (i. Wan:iamakcr 0).iigel.org (.'. Hi, s. C ?oiith Carolina Rail Road I*:isHeiijjfcr ?>t'5?:?rtment ettANon ok senKofi.r. On and after .May 15th, 13Sll Passenger Trains mi this Hoad will run as follows: (till further noiiee.) lirernvilh* Express Trttin. (lotNO east (I>.\Il/V liXCKlT sv.vdat.) Leave Columbia at... .0 00 P M \rrivc at Caindcn at? . S 4."> M I r.jiyR Oriiiigeburif. ?7 57 " Arrive at Charleston.'0 -15 " tioiNO wi:sr (uaii.v i:.\ei:i-. M'Xn\v.) Leave Charleston at. 15 00 A M. Leave Orangchurg at. s 43 '! Leave Caimlen ar. 15 1 5 *' Arrive at Columbia at.10 35 " Way freight and I'nssengtH'Trtuiis?Daily Lxrojd Sit inlays. ooinu east. * Leave Columbia. (5 .10 A M Arrive at Cnimlen.12 40 1? M Leiive Orangebmg.10 13 V M Ariheat /Ingmta. :> 2? P M ( liarlcston. 1 ?i'j l1 M GOINO West (oai1.v except SITKIIAl\) * Leave t Itai-tcst-m. ? 05 A M Augusta. 7 5? " " Oraiigrburg. 1 20 P M Arrive at Columbia. 5'50 " ? Passengers leavbig Coliiiilbia or ''liar lesion on the.-e trains have to change cars at Ri'iiuehvillc to reach Charleston at 1 55 p m oi Columbia at ?"> HO p ni. Ni-jhl Express trains? Daily. OOlNG kast. Leave Columhia.0 00 V M - Orangchurg.12 31 A M Arrive at Align la. 7 25 Charleston. 0 35 ' ooinu wk*t, DALY I Leave Charleston. 8 10 P M " Augusta. 7 U0 ' Orangeburg. 1 52 A M Arrive at Columbia. 5 30 ' On Colnnihia Division Night Kxprcss Trains run daily; all other trains daily ex cept Sunday. On A ugu.-1 a Division all Passenger Trains run dai!\. Sleeping Cars are attached to Night Kx piess Train:?berths only $1.00?between > obuiihiii, Charleston and Augusta, On Saturdays an I Sundays. ?ound trip ticket care sold to and from all stations at Ii ist el.is- fare for the round trip, good till .Monday noon to return. Kxcursioii tielc i'W good for ten day.- are regularly on sale at six cents per tube for round >rip to and froiii all stations. Connections made at IJohimbiii with Grcchviilu and Columbia and i harlotte, Columbia and Augusta Kail roads at Charlotte .Inneti-n by train arriv ing Ml Columbia at 10.35 A. M.. and leav ing Columbia at U.00 P. M. to and hem ail points on lioih loads. At Charleston with steamers lor New Y ork on Wednesdays and Saturdays; alsir'with steamers for Jnckson vihe, 1'la., ami points .on St. John River and with savannah and Charleston Rail road to a I points South. Connections are made at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Central Rai I rot d to and from alt points West and South, t hrough tickets van be purchased to all points aoiith and West, hv applying to D. C ALLEN, U P A; T A. JOHN I! Phi K, Ocneral Siipt. J O. PGSTliLL, Agt., Oraiige.biirg, S. C. 1000,000So? ton at GEO 11 CORNELSON'S scpS 81 3t S, A? <in.iL';,ll,?'l*?V oofl'Mni ^fS?J==-=IH.t.?A.l??Jk.>|| SJ>EC1AI, XOTICK. PAVILION irOTKL. Por the Snmmcr months: T?tei $1 50, S2 and $2 50 per day. According to Location of Room. K. T. OA ILL ARD, l'roprietor, DRV SHOTS illlllo uu u ppp oo p p O O ppp <> o u p o o u p 00 UU RR II NN N GG II NN N UR Ii NN NO G I N N N IT RR I N N NO I N N N URRIN NNO G IN NN UUU It R II N NN GG II N NN BY BAILBBOD & SIEiKE 2 I Fall Goods Fall Goods Fall Goods GK.EAT SALES ?AND? Hit! fU?D DRY Goo Is!!! CLOTI-IINGr!!! Shoes!!! KIRK ROBINSON, Insurance and Collecting JLgont. Policies issued at fairsud reasonli'c latea. I will ensure farm dwullings and out building* and their ooatenta on epecinl termi?, Policies issued for five years for 3 a 3 per cent, which is only f per ct per annum; and only one year's premium paid annually, in tho Continental of New York which is a No ? Co For further information apply to mo cither pc.-soo.ally orby letter JCeep jour policies with home AgsnU FORSALE A Desirable residence on Glover Street. For particulars, Apply to KIRK RORITSrSO^T, 1 :? Kir Where you can get the Best Ooods for the least money from Efc W. P E II C I V A L MANUFACTURER OF S&SBC, EQQBS, mimt AK? BIOTODSSS? ?OFFICE, FACTORY AND MA RE ROOM:, Meeting Street Xciir Line, Charleston S. C. ?cp3 81 ly ICE CREAM SALOON AND SODA WATER FOUNTAIN THE COOLEST AND MOST ATTBACTIVEPL iCE Lemons! Ice! Lemons.' Ice! Lcmousl leo! Farming Implements! Consisting of PLOW STOCKS, TLOWS, HOES, SHOVELS, SPADES, Ac. And a corn pi el c Stock of TT A T^TlW A T>17 gtjn3- pistols, cutlery, powder JLIA 1\U VY iLlVEi, SHOT, CAPS, CARTRIDGES, &c. t&- All of the above GOODS will be Fold nt OLD PRICES notwithstanduvff th recent ADVANCE on all articles in the above Ufte. ALSO The Light Running Remington Sewig M^cMne i The BEST and the CHEAPEST Sewing Machine manufactured. Repairing of all kinds in my line done at tho shortest possible notice.. jan 1880. 10; P. G. CANNON.