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Clmi'di Directory.
Methodist.?Rev. O. A. Darby, Pos
tor. Services every Sunday* morning at'
hull-past 10 o'clock and at tdgiuYftt half
toast 7 o'clock. Prayer Meeting every
?Wednesday evening at half-past 1 o'clock.
Sabbath School every Sunday morning
?t 9 o'clock. Children's meeting every
third Suudav. I f*
i Presbyterian.?Rev. J. A. D. Brown.'
Pastor. Services every Sunday morning
at half-past 10 o'clock, and in the after
noon at half-past4 o'clock. Prayer meet
ing eveiy Thursday afternoon at half
past 4 o'clock. Sabbath School eveiy
Sunday morning at half-past 8 o'cloek.
? Baptist.?Kev. T. W. Melliehamp,
Pastor. Services every third and fourth
Sunday morning at half-past 10 o'elock
"and at night half-pasfS o'clock Sab
bath School every Sunday morning at
ball-past 8 o'clock. SuNdy School Mis
sionary Meeting every fourth Sunday.
Lutheran.?Kev. J. F. Klser, Pastor
Services every Sunday morning at lialf
?ast 10 o'clock and at night at half-past
o'clock.-Sabbath School every Sunday
morning at half-patt 8 o'clock.
.Episcopal.?Rev. Ii. (juerry, Pastor.
Services third Sunday In each month.
Morning half-past 10^o'clock; afternoon
half-past 4 o'clock.
Y. M. C. A.?Rooms on Russell-street.
Open every evening during the week.
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening
at half-past 7 and Sunday afternoons at
0 o'clock. Business meetings fourth
Thursday in each month.
Orangeburg, S. C, April 11, 1870.
A young lady should not sing
''Home, Sweet Home," for the bone
fit of her lover too early in the eve
ning.
We are under obligations to Sena
tor M. C. Butler and Representatives
. M. P. O'Connor and D. Wyatt Aikcu
for special favors.
On saleday the farmers in exebangr
ing notes said the peach crop was
hilled by the cold Bnnp. Fewer
peaches, less sugar.
Tue demand for fertilizers contin
unes unabated. The resolutions cre
ated a demand. "Good resolutions
paved the way?"
Cotton 10 3-8 cents is a great help
to the fortunate few who hold it. We
saw nine bales ordered around by one
party on Monday. Happy man !
The name of the month of April is
derived from the Latin word aperio,
which means to open, from the fact
that the buds open in that month.
The billiard saloon was thrown
open to the public last week. The
tables arc of the latest style, and all
the appoint men of the hail are first
class.
Ant person having good fat cattle
for sale, suitable for this market, can
find a purchaser by applying to Mr.
S. L. Morgan, or at Mr. Fischer's
store.
i ~. -
TnE blow of Saturday leveled the
fence of the Claffin near the large
gate and the fence on railroad aven
ue next to the Episcopal Church.
Both are np again.
Beans, Irish potatoes, indeed^ eve
ry variety of tender vegetables was
destroyed and our gardeners have to
begin over again. We wish them
better luck. q Mm
Mn. B. Frank Slater is preparing
to bnild a new set of stables for the
fine stock he constantly keeps on
band, which will help the appearance
Of Market-street when completed.
We are credibly informed that the
ate Sout hern Life Insurance Compa
ny is preparing to pay a dividend.
Whether on stock or on policy ac
count we are unable to say. It is
known, however, that circulars have
been sent to policy-holders to the ef
fect that a dividend will be paid.
We notice new lager bear signs
over the doors of Messrs. D. K.
Smoak, W. M. Sain, W. T. Light
foot, A. Fischer and F. DeMars. The
lettering on Mr. DeMars', we learn,
was done by Mr. Ab. Moorer, who
seems to be gifted in this kind of
fancy work, and deserves credit for
the proficiency acquired.
Attention, Edisto Rifles !?At
tend" a regular quarterly meeting of
your corps, at Engine Hall, Tuesday
evening, April 15th, at half-past sev
en o'clock. ? A prompl and punctual
attendance is earnestly requested.
Mteinbers will plcatfe come prepared
to* pa'jr their dues. By order Captain
& Dibble. G. A. Neuffeb, Jr., Sec
retary. ?
Our police force on Tuesday last
broke into a gang of negro boys who
were in the habit of prowling about
j,he streets on Sundays annoying pe
destrians by throwing brick-bats and
Otherwise endangering the persbns of
our citizens and disturbing the peace
of the t?wn. Ten or twelve of them
were arrested and put in jail until
they learn'how to behave themselves.
We hope this is but the beginning of
what will be a co'nip*!6lo abatement of
a long-standing nuisance. *
-_-?-^??i??
The members of Orangcburg
Lodge, No. 1,4G2, it", of H., are re
!quested Lo attend the regular meet
ing of their Lodge on Monday eve
ning next, at half-past 7 o'clock. A
full meeting is desired. J. L. Heidt
man, Reporter.
Another lot of consigned goods
in at Kortjohn's this week ; consist
ing of Dry poods, Notions, Shoes,
Hats, Groceries, <fcc. Mr. Kortjojin
teils us that the parties shipping to
him need the money, and his orders
aro to sell without regard to. value.
This should be atltended to at once
by those needing articles in his line.
We notice a decided improvement
in the nppearanco of the trees along
the sidewalk in front of the pindcr
store. The magic hand of Mr. Au
touio Lapiater, tho proprietor of the
establishment, worked tho change.
A similar improvement might, bo
made along Russcll-strcct at other
poiiits without injury to the shade
trees.
The News and Courier informs us
that there will be a through day train
between Charleston and tho up-coun
try on the South Carolina and Green
ville and Columbia Railroads without
change of cars at Columbia. This is
ail arrangement that meets a necessi
ty long felt by the traveling public
ami required by trade. Wo hope it
will last the year round.
Du. James L. Sheridan, who re
cently graduated at the South Caro
lina Medical College, left our county
on Friday night last for his new
home at Hodges, in Abbeville Coun
ty, where he expects to enter upon
the practice of his profession. In the
great struggle of life victory can only
be won by hard persistent effort, and
we hope Dr. Sheridan's career may
be one of usefulness and gratifying
success.
An exchange snys: "A Boston
lawyer has a letter written in 1814 by
a New York firm, saying that they
had placed In the hands of Daniel
Webster n bill for collection, and
asking that the financial standing of
Webster be inquired into as the}'
could not obtain any settlement from
him." We don't believe this tale on
Daniel. We think he was politically
wrong, but so far as honesty was
concerned we think he was alright.
Every additional report, we get
from the county, testifies to tbc dam
age done the fruit crop by the recent
cold snap, and the probabilities aro
there will be no peaches and but few
apples, pears and plums. Strawber
ries ore greatly injured and the black
berry crop will be short. One plant
er in Goodly's Township had nearly
all his cotton crop planted and much
of it up. Of course, he was a little
too soon, but will try it again.
on'last Frida}', about three o'clock
in tho afternoon, the dwelling, kitch
en, cotton house and garden of Mr.
Harmon P. Rush, of Lyon's Town
ship, were entirely destroyed by fire.
Tho cause is attributed to a spark
falling on some pine straw coliccted
on the roof of tho dwelling. We
learn that Mr. Rush saved nearly
all of his furniture. This is a
warning to persons who allow com
bustible material to collect on their
houses.
Bt the change in the advertisement
of Mr. Joseph Eros, of the Original
Vienna Bakery, our citizens will see
that ample provisions have been
made to furnish every summer luxury
money can provide- Ice-cream, ice,
lemonade, &c, will be furnished on
and after Monday next in any desira
blo quantity at the lowest prices, i
Confectioneries, cakes, nuts, fruits of
every variety, tobacco, cigars and
numerous other articles are kept here
and will be furnished at low down
pricos. Call and refresh yourself.
Tin: following officers of Orange
burg Division, No. 21, Sons of Tem
perance, were installed las(, Monday
night by Mr. W. A. Edwards, D. G
W. P., for the ensuing quarter: P. S.
Dibble, W. P. ; Dr. T. A. Elliott, W.
A. j W. C. Bull, R. S.; Miss Lilly
Williams, A. R. S.; G. A. Ncufler,
Jr., F. S.; J. C. Edwards, T.; J. A.
Williams, Chaplain ; W. P, Gardner,
C.; C. P. Brunson, A. C.; James
McNamara, I. S.; J. G. McKewn, o.
; W. B. Thompson, P. W. P.
j Our young merchant, Mr. A. B.
Walker, i? making good his claim to
the leadership of low prices in our
market. Be euro to read Ids adver
tisement of the largest and the best
variety of fancy and ptaplo groceries
kept in Orahgelmrg, all of which ho
is determined to sell at prices to suit
the Ijmcn, at least ten or twenty per
cent less than any house in town.
Those who wish to buy and get the
most for their money will do well to
call in at Mr. Walker's store. Money
saved is money made.
A full line of Dr. Price's Unique
Perfumes, Colognes and Toilet Wa
ters. These Perfumes have gained
thoir popularity fToth* tlieir exquisite
sweetness and permanency of odor.
Any lady or gentleyian who will give
them a trial, yljl ho convinced that
no Perfumes, made in this or any oth
er country, can compare with them.
They are only to be used to he ad
mired. For solo by Dr. J. G. Wan
namakcr. *
The attention of the buying public
is invited to the advertisement of Mr.
T. Kohn in this issue of the Demo
crat. Iiis store is literally filled
from top to bottom with fresh spring
goods and they aro put" there for ealo.
Judging from the number of buyers
wo saw a day or two since, und the
low prices a*, which sales were made,
these goods will not long remain
upon the shelves. It was astonish
ing at what figures fiue, first-class
suits of ready-made clothing were
sold; indeed tho'editor js in the no
lion to rig himself out?but, ah mo 1
In the lower part of Colleton Coun
ty, popularly known as the "Mash,"
there resides a respectable colored
woman, who, in a certain way, is not
easily surpassed. Her twenty-sixth
child is now a fine boy of five months,
curlcy-headcd. 'JcuJlarJ" and content
ed. The woman is about 4G years
old, and remarkably well preserved.
Her oldest child, a son, is nearly
thirty. She had twins only thrice,
leaving twenty-two to be spread over
a period of say, twenty-six years.
Can you beat that? Never I What,
never 1 Well, hardly evpr.
An Atlanta paper says: "Reform
has begun. Many j*oung men have
transferred their pistols from their
hips to their breast pockets. They
are just as handy and by no means
jso conspicuous." That is reform with
ja vengeance. This matter of carry
ing conrcaled weapons is a growing
evil, and one that should be checked.
We can't blame our citizens for ent
ry i rig pistols when it is eo lashiona
blc now-a-days for men to shoot each
other down in the street. What we
need is a few hangings. And until
we have them the pistol practice will
continue.
A Musical Entertainment will be
given in the basement of the Presby
terian Church on Tuesday evening,
loth instant, for the purpose of rais
ing funds for the expenses of the par
ties who aro to undergo the martyr
dom of a trial in the United States
Court in a few days, together with
their witnesses. We- should not ex
pect these persons to defray their ex
penses, and it is the duty of pycry
citizen to help in some way, as their
cause is common to all good and
true people of L\)C community. Ry
patronizing this concert the people
of Orangeburg will not only be doing
a sacred duty but will be well repaid
for so doing.
At the meeting of the County
Commissioners, held last Monday,
the following Road Overseers were
appointed : For Edisto Township, M.
F. Antley ; Union Towhship, It. H.
jQuattlebaum ; Willow Township, J.
W. Marlin ; Good land Township, W.
L. Ehncy ; Liberty Township, Jos. A.
Kennedy; Hebron Township, John
D. Livingston ; Rocky Grove Town:
shir, J. Walter Ilarley; Amelia
(Township, J. K. Ilain and Dr. W. L.
Pou ; Elizabeth Township, John S.
R?wo and John North; Caw Caw
[ Township, J. Rhctt Riley and J. N.
Hook ; Lyons' Township, Dr. J. W
Summers and J. W. Sellers; Good
by's Township, C. S. Edwards ; Mid
dle Township, J. L. Rush; Poplar
Township, S. M. Kcmmerlin; Pino
Grove Township, I. E. Jones; Cow
Castle, J. I. Whetscll; Branchville
Township, E. T. It. Snioak j New
Hope Township, Irvin J. Dukes;
Vance's Ferry, G. M. Norris ; Provi
dence Township, B. O. Fvana.
The first game of base hall this
season in Orangeburg was played last
Friday afternoon by tho Hampton
and the Junior Base Ball Clubs. The
game was hotly contested by the Ju
niors, but tho Hamptons proved too
much for them and won the game.
At tho end of Ihp ninth inning the
[score stood as follows : ' 1
Hampton.
Names. Runs. Outs.
E. N. Scovlll..;i?*r 4
B. Hi Moss.5 4
P. C. Brunson.4 5
G. M. Collier.4 4'
CD. Bull.4 4
A. H. Williams.2 7
Total.,...24 28
Juniors.
Names. Runs. Outs.
S. Link.4 4
J.Link.4 5
[T. Jeffords.5 4
E. Butler.2 G
H. II. Brunson.;.3 f>
W. Z. V. Meroney.4 4
Total.22 28
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List of letters remaining jn tbo
PostofUce at Orangeburg'jConrthpuse,
March 29 : M. J. Brico, Coilihs Car
son, care Jeff Way, John ?herry,
care Jim Davis, Peter tjorreJl, Miss
C. S. Davis, Albert Evans, care Cal
vin Shulcr, L. D. Fogle, Edward
Green, Morgan Garick, Henry Gibbs,
care Henry Davis, 'Manuel Jamps,
Thomas Jbn'nson, Annie Michael,
Hascltine Nettles, Mrs. M. II. Poos
er, Mjsa S. A. Scabrook, Billy Shu
lcr, (colored) son of Jessie Way,
James Wright.
The cold snap of last week destroy
ed the hope of early vegetables and
an abundant fruit crop. We hear
complaiuts from every direction of
the damage done, not only to the
gardens, but tho corn aud cotton
fields, but hope the fears, so general
ly expressed', may not be realized.
On Thursday night there was a heavy
white frost and plenty of ice, in some
places a half inch thick ; on Friday
night, there being a light dew, the
frost was np^ sp heavy buo the cold
remained about the same.
The Young Americas were out on
parade last Tuesday and certainly
presented a good appearance. When
we look around upon the exposed
condition of our town, npop li>c fine
body of young men composing our
fire department and upon the absolute
worthless machines at their com
mand, we involnntarily .ask, what's
the matter? The history of Orangc
burg has been a sad one, yet it is, ap
parently, without a lesson to our peo
ple- They work to accumulate but
for the fire fiend to destroy, and it
will be a merciful providence if there
be not another moot terrible visita
tion in the near future. The proper
effortp, well directed, can prevent,
not the visitation, buf. tho terror ac
companying it. Put in the hands of
these young men engines in which
they together with our citizens will
take a pride, and wo need not look
upon these old wooden buildings with
ono half the fear and trembling as
now. Our city fathers should take
the initiatory and our citizens should
second their efforts. Let the move
ment begin and at one.
Y. M. C. A.?A nice place to visit
is the Young Men's Christian Associ
ation Beading Room on Russell
street. By the aid of the public pat
ronage so liberally bestowed upon
the dime readings held for the pur
pose of raising funds for them, they
have established what should be au
attraction to the citizens generally
and more especially the young men
of (.hp town. There is to be found
there any and everything calculated
tQ amuse and render enjoyable a vis
it. The Daily News and Courier,
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper,
and Sunday Magazine, Orangcburg
Democrat, Orangeburg Times, Luthe
ran Visitor, Southern Presbyterian,
Wesleyan Advocate, Baptist Herald
and Southern Christian Advocate,
being both sacular and religious read
ing, arc to bp fouud at this room, be
sides interesting books; also pen,
ink, paper tmd envelopes. To the
free use of all these the public are
wplcome, and for this purpose the
room is open for two hours every
evening in the week (Sundays ex
cepted.) A Librarian is employed
who will take pieasure in receiving
visitors. The games of chess and
drafts are to be fpund there, which
with the reading matter above refer
red to, are sufficient to please any
who may drop iu, and encourage
them to do again. The object of the
Association is a good one, aud too
well known to tho people to be again
mensioned, and it should therefore
be upheld and supported by our coim
munity,
The Pomona Grange of this coun
ty held its annual meeting in the
basement of the Presbyterian Church
on Saturday last. Much business of
importance was transacted * which
looked to the increased prospciity of
the order in our county. There is a
noble work for this society to do and
many grangers are disposed to go
manfully at it. The following officers
were elected to serve the enjuing
year: Dr. W. F. Barton, W. M.; Z.
E. Gramling, Overseer ; J. II. Feld
er, Lecturer ; A. M. Sallcy, Steward ;
W. T, Muller, Assistant Steward ;
Dr. T. A) Elliott, Chaplain; S. M.
Fairey, Treasurer; Kirk Robinson,
Secretrry ; A. Jourdain, Gate Keep
er; Mis. C. M. Fcider, Ce:*es; Mrs.
1$. A. Summers, Pomona ; Mrs. A.
L\ Culler, Flora; Miss Livinia Feld
er. L. A. S.
Executive Committee?Dr. J. W.
Summers, E. H. Gramling, Dr. J. C.
Hol man.
After the installation of officers the
grangcis and a few friends were in
vited to partake of one tbo best din
ners it has been cur privilege to en
joy, and this is saying a good deal.
This feature of tho order commends
itself to every one and is not tho
least of tho many important ones
connected with this institution, em
bodying a sociability that is needed
everywhere among our citizens. Con
tact and a free exchango of opinions
upon matters of interest to farmers
make these meetings of more than
ordinary'importance.
In for the Prize.
Makch, 25, 1879.
Editors News and Courier:
I need money. I saw 3'our bid for
a story for which you otter $100 in
gold. The oiler pleases me. I seo a
sure plan of extricating myself from
debt. This sum will come in hand}*.
On the strength of it I b^vc pursuad
ed my baker to give me thirty days
longer for. tho little balance I owe
him. I regard the money as mine al
ready, provided you will do me a
favor. As soon as I saw your notice
I boifo-wed a ream of paper and
some pcn&, and set to work. First
I thought of a subject, and have been
studying out that part ever since.
Though after nil it may not bo so
very essential, and I can get on with
out it. I have been writing alorjg?
however, about two pages." Some
how things don!t appear (,0 conglome
rate so to speak. That is I can't get
the characters in to suit me. They
get mixed and tangled, and don't
appeur to develop any character what
ever. Now there's the thrilling chap
ter devoted to the "Finder" Mer
chant," a most interesting subject I
assure you?before I got down six
lines I had him in the pulpit, and
the preacher ran olT with Ins daugh
ter, and they were joined in holy
wedlock by the bar-keeper next door.
It is very astonishing [somehow, hut
they don't seem so far to come in
just right. Perhaps after awhile I'll
make them shew their hands. But
my dear sir, that's only one part of a
chapter. The whole thing will be
long and full of most surprising and
interesting history. But I want time,
and this is the small lavor I propose
to ask you, extend yonr figures from
April 1, 1879 to April 1, 1889. Will
you do it? Why should you be in
such a hurry ? Why can't you wait
until I develop things? You'll never
regret it. Tell the people to wait.
My novel will take your pile, you
bet. All she wants is time. Give
me that and I'll find a subject to
write on and develop a story. You
can see from the sketch I've given
you of tlie interesting, thrilling inci
dents of the first chapter that it will
be to your interest to change your
schedule. By the way how far down
South do you want this story to be?
If its to be a story of Southern life,
I'd like to know if I am to be limited
in territory, for I propose to go as
far down as the Gulf of Mexico. No
"pent up Ulica" to contract me.
Again : How big a lie do you want,
or will a white one do. I can accom- j
modatc you cither way. Besides the
above I will agree to write you a
novel every week at $500 per novel,
and send you eveiy .Saturday night
an express envelope indorsed "said
to contain" 100 pages. The inci
dents in each warranted thrilling and
aggravating. Answer this at an ear
ly da}', as I am writing night and day.
Editor Orangeburg Democrat:
I sent the above olfer to the News
and Courier, and that paper rejected
the liberal proposition therein.. That
is, they have not answered ine yet,
and time is short. I suppose they ]
are deliberating and referring the
whole matter to the stockholders. I
suppose they think there's something
suspicious in my mild terms. I'll
not wait on them any more. I'll
now make the same offer, contained
in the latter part of the communica
tion, to you, with the full understand
ing I am sacrificing time and labor
for a very small consideration. 1
want, however, to sec your paper
llourish. Yours, Bclwer.
Middle Township, April 7.
Editors Orangeburg Democrat:
The heavy winds of last week were
detrimental to rice planting, which
was the order of the day hereabouts
at that time ; said winds being follow
ed by heavy frosts three mornings in
succession. Corn is bad)y bitten, but
will spring up where covered deep.
Fruit, Irish potatoes and other gar
den produce, I fear, are badly hurt.
Lowland.
Market TtoporU
Corrected Weekly r'y J. C. Pike,
cotton.
Middling.7.'.."..10? 10 1-4
Low Middling.:.0 Jbi (5) 10
Ordinary to Uoiul. "8 ff-i @D
country produck.
?^orn.05
Peas.40
Klee, rough.81 20
Fodder...,.75
Potatoes, sweet.50
Untrer, country.20
Eggs...12 lr2
. Poultry...-.^[email protected]>v
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PLAIN. TALK
AIJOU^
DRY aQQPS
and
Things to wear generally.
II EN11Y KOHN.
LOUD Talk and brag adrertiseinents
are played out, especially if there is
only a handful of trashy goods to back
it, or worse yet, not to comply with the
assertions made, (us is too olleu the case.)
HENRY KOHN
has just returned from New York and
purchased a'largc' Stock of Dry Goods,
Clothing, etc.;'before the recent rise in
all kinds of Co'.ton Fabrics. Notwith
standing the rlso he has put prices down
to the bottom notch, as will be seen by
the price list of a few articles.
PRICE LIST:
500 pieces Prints 5, C, and 7 cents.
50 pieces Bleached Long-cloth, soft finish
5, C, and 7 cents. At 7c we offer 1 yard
wide, soft finish lor the needle, that
can't, bo beat.
5 Uales3-4 Yellow Shit tin;;.Homespuns
5 cents.
2 Bales 4-4 Sheeting 7 cents.
1 Bale 7-8 Shirtiug 0 cents.
200 pieces Checks best single thread 8 and
10 cents.
20 pieces Ginghams 8 and 10 cents.
10 pieces 10-4 full width Sheeting IS, 20
and 25 cents
100 pieces White Piques <J, 8 and 10 tents.
White Cambrics 10 cents and up.
10 pieces White and Colored Lawns 9 p.
10 pieces French Lawn, colors warranted
15 cents.
25 pieces Colored and Black Alpacas 15,
20 and ~Ci cents.
10 pieces Derby's at" Dainesle Dress
Goods 10 cents.
Black Grenadines from 25 cents up.
Bunting Cloths all wool.
Black Cashmeres, do able width, all woo}
40 cents.
HOSIERY.
2000 pair Ladies'and Children's Stock
ings 5 cent? and up.
500 pair White and Colored Lisie Glores
10 cents pair and up.
500 Ladies' and Gents' Collars, Linen. 6,
C and 10 cents.
J. & P. Coat6' Cotton 55 cents doaen.
n
(Trade supplied.
Ladies Serge and Foxed Gaiters 00 cents.
Mens best full stock Brogans 01.20.
Boys Shoes from 75 cents pair and up.
We also have n largo lino of Philadel
phia Hand made goods Every Pair War
ranted.
CLOTHING.
Our Spring stock of Clothing for Chil
dren, Boy** and Men Is now full and
complete in alj styles and prices, jf you
want a nice nobby suit for little money
come along. ' " %
i \Yc could go on enumerating the many
Bargains', to All this paper,'but deem it
unnecessary. All we al?k that you c?me*
and, Id?k. We partjcul&tly regnest' the
LaqlcS 'to br.fng sample:; they iWay IpWo
fr^nr"Cl|'{*rie'st?h or-anywhere else arid
promise t'6 duplicate the gooffs add the"
price.v Remember' the place,
HENBY- KOHJSnS
DET GOODS, BAZ A A.B.
Next to Comelson's.
A. B. Knowxton. A,. Latbrojp
JCNOWLTON & lATHftgfy
Attorneys and Counsellors,
Dec-I^^ 6
SAMUEL PIBBPT
Attorney ni& ft^rat Law
(Cor. Church & St. |?aul'a &it*?i.f
OBANGKBUBGj Q. fJ;
Dec 13-tf
SHERIDAN'S SCHOOL.
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR
BfcfjfQ AND GIRLS.
HUGO G. SHERIDAN.-.Principal.
MISS E. J/. MACK AY.......Assistant.
Tl?s gcjiool opens on the ^ir?t Monday
(u September annually, and contin
ues uuiutCTt upted I y juuj} the last of June.
terms per month.
First Grade, beginners.i.52.00
Second Grade,'Grammar pupils. 2.60
Third Grade,' advanced English. 3.00
Latin and Qreek, extra. 60
CQURSB ok studt.
FifSt pratle!tr4|phabjer. Spelling, JUid
Uncntary'AfltliuiMic.. a?d First
Steps hi Geography. '} v
Second Grade, SpaUhlg, Reading,
Writing, Arithmetic,1 Qerpjcd Steps iu
Geography, Grammar/wrtlten Cotnpo
sition, Latin and Greek. . , .-l
Third Grude. Spelling, Reading, Writ
ing, Arithmetic completed. Geography
completed, Grammar completed, Udinpo
sttioti, History, Philosophy, RLptprlc,
Logic. Book-keeping, Algebra, Geome
try, Chemistry. Latin, fircek and Writ
ten Composition. ;
Elocution is taught in each grade.
Miss Mackay ha? charge of the girls.
Students may enter at^'ny Urne during
tho term, and are changed only frynj
date of entrance.
Boys and girls are prepared for tho
Sophomore Class in any College or for a
successful business life.
Neatness of person, polite manners
and a high sense of honor aro considered
of no less importance than the branches
taught, and are* therefore inculcated
with unremitting assiduity. ?
Hoard may be had In 'good families
near the school at ten and twelve dollars
per month. Including washing and lights.
Boys and girls are kept separate and
no intercourse allowed.
A liberal share of public patronage is
respectfully solicited. i#j *
_DON'T READ THI8 IJ "
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THE "California Store*,
now'In the MeM aster
brick building, though only
six months hi this town, hat ?
made hosts of customers and "
friends. It has succeeded In.
its business ljeyehd espeata,
tton. Tim cause I Is selling
its weil nod carefully selected
stock of Dry Goods, Notions,' '
Clothing, Boots, Shoes. Hats/
ami a complete ?topfc pf eta-'
pie and tune/, (jrocerics/
cheaper than any other Ear
tahlishment. It b a "CA5f?
STORE." '
If politeness, pourtesy and
a fine Stock has any1 'hold up
on our community, the "'Cal
ifornia Store* of SOREN
TRUE & ^QKVEA will b<*-"
come one of the leading En-"
tnblishments of the town of
Orangeb?rg. Call at theft*
store and see stock and!
prices,^ they will b,e 'pleasetT
to show goods.. T' J
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INTSRESTIHCf DETAILS.
ORANGEBURG, S. C, Feb. 31.
GRANITEVILLE C. Homespun
5 cents per yard.
Best Cid loo fi. to 61-4 cents per yd.
Coat's Spool Cotton 6 eents per spool.
Ladies A Gent? Shoe* 76eU to ftl.tfrpr.
Gents Hand Made Gaiters ?4.50.
Choice Coffee 8 lbs. for #1.00.
Best Sugar 12 tu 13 lbs. for $'..00.
Soda 3 lbs. for 25 cents. i!(
j Good Family Flour 95.00 per barrel..
Best (Baker's Jewel) #0.60 " 4t
... ..... V
Tobaccos {0 to 50 cents per pound. '
Double length Cigars 2 1-2 cents each
Plows, Hoes, Hatchets, Axes.
Hardware, Tinware, and every othe
Article kept in a first class store at
prices too low to publ h. ?
Also Whiskeys, Brandys, Wines Ales
etc., etc., of the best and purest makes
at prices to suit the times. t>vAn
Come and see before yon buy,
No matter what you are offered goods
at, you shall not regret your call.
Yours truly
D. E. BMOAK & OO.
Feb. 14- '

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