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Kurekn Clinutor No. 13. R.r. A.'- MV ?
Will meet during the present Masonic year
at the usual hours, the folio win dates:
?April 27th, Mav 2?th, June
2nd, August 24th, September 21st, October
19th. November 10th, Leccmbpr Hlh.
S. DIBBLE, M. E. H. P.
Geo. w. Bfeuksox, Sec.
Shibboleth Lodge No- 28, A.'. P,% M.-.?
Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
from 1st April to 1st October on the follow
ing dates, May 8th. June 5th, July 3d,
August 7th, September 4th, October 2d,
November litlt, December, 4th.
JAS. F. 1ZLAR, W. M.
Gko. W. Hkunson, See.
riiay 29 187? 7m.
X. O, O. F.
Kditdo Lfldgo No- 311,?Meet* at Odd
Fellows Hall, every Friday evening at 8
o'clock, from 20th March to 20th Sept. and
at 71 o'eloek from 20th Sept. to 20th March.
I! F THOMPSON, N. Gi
F. Dr.MARS, See.
Itehecrh Lodge?Metts S o'clock every
pcctirid Wednesday lifter sale tlav.
11 V THOMPSON, N. G.
TOWN COUNCIL. 7
This body meets June S, Septr Per. 7.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
SONS OF TEMPER AIVCK.
OrangebtirR Division No. 24, meets every
Mtnday evening in the basement of tlie
Nouth Cn roll it a Ituilroml.
ofkick ikut.s at ou.\Noi:mi?o mtroT.
From 8 o'clok A. M. to 2.1 P. M. From
3J o'clock P. M. to :>\ P. M.
T Jowls received and delivered only during
V. HI. C\ A??Rooms on Riissell
?Streit liest m W. K. I'took's Store.
Business Meeting? Fourth Thtiisd.iy in
Vach motuh at Si i\ >t. I'rayer Mt i iin.s ?
l.vuy Sunday afternoon a I til oYlo?k, fora
lialf h?nr only, and every Thitrsd y even
ing at ?S.I o'eloek.
M. GLOVER, President.
W. P. Tl < mm n, S??it i: iv.
I. O C A L .
It has tried hard to rain.
Caldens don't look happy.
See notice house to rent.
v-vjc notice about taxes iu this is#ue
Mr. Austin Bull has a beautiful
Field of cotton tut Cedar Street.
full a* < oruclson's, ask tor John
l)aiiner, and buy wit it you want.
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iiti.-y bodies will find themselves
vi.tangled iu the end.
Wallace Conlidn has returned
looking much improved.
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".Many friends" ??f Mayor Hoover
fb-sire his lb-election to the Mayor
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Rt.ilroacLsebedole will be changed
?i frei-Sund iy. ?p train will reach
lierC in the moriiinir
A temperance party wen* n>hin?,
fill Wednesday last and took fourteen
bottles a!oug as company,
? ??-? umm -
Peas SI.30 per bushel. Who
"wouldn't plaut small grain ? It
If the river remains low much
longer there won't be a mess of ti-h
Lit in it.
Account of the 4th at Dean
fSx.amp came to baud too late for this
issue. Will appear tu our next*
? i?, - . mmmmmmm ? .
Dr. Dukes hits jtttit received a fresh
supply of that line candy usually kept
I'leas nominate Mr Geo Bolivcr
lor reclcctiou as Mayor, and oblige
Many Fk k.vd.s.
TicaMin r Mtilone i? engaged on his
report, and will shortly let the peo
pie know bow their money has been
"I'll get 'em up if you'll push 'cm
through. You see it wouldn't look
well lor mo to bo known in the mat
ter." It wouldn't, cb ?
Judge C. B. Glover is snugly en
sconced iu his olnee, and seems
perfectly at home. Mr. Glover will
rank with the best Probate Judge in
hi tlie btato, aud we congratulate
?rjui;<-burj county upon having so
?'Cod au o?icbr
Mr. Lightfoot's house is now tho
most comfortable looking on his side
of the" street, except Mcroney's
The Board of Health is still on the
rampnge. Keep your premisos clean
as you know not at what hour they
may pounce upon you.
Win. J. Whaley, Esq., laid upon
our table on the 9th iust. a cotton
bloom fully half matured. This
bents all we have heard of.
Tlie Hon. S. Dibble is kept con
stantly engage 1 iu Columbia, lie
is a member of the Investigating
Committee, whose sessions are daily.
Mr. B. B. Lee, at Hydriok's drug
store, dispenses soda water to thirsty
souls as is soda water. Call on him
ard get cooled oil*.
Mr. P. W. Bull, the popular Cen
tennial gr< ccr. oilers new and attrac
tive bargains. Head b is ne ,v ail ver
We are much obliged to an es
teemed friend of this paper for the
very lucid account, pub ished in t >?
day's i>sue, of the commencement
exercises of Newberry College.
Tlier? is an act. against the inde
cent exposure of bus's person. L,%t
those who sec it violated repair to
some Trial Justcc. and make oath
to the fact.
Who ever brings us the largest wa
termelon this year will be furnished
the News and Timks for twelve
months gratis, the weights to be kept
by J C Fikc & Co., and published.
Trial Justice Meyers has transfer
red his books, See, into a more capa
cious oflico situated in the rear of
Pike's Store lot. All pers >ns having
business with hint will please lake
Read the lettc- 0:1 the oiitsid s of
this paper addressed by one Inly to
another and see if you can guess the
writer. lie careful, young women,
with vonr secrets, for we intend to
pti biisb every one we get hold of.
See 3 p 1J)?, Revised Stat. "If a
Trial Justice shall change his doini
oil, and removes therefrom thrm j
mitt'*, his authority and jurisdiction !
as such Justice shall thereupon
Del the people keep on demanding
the Solicitorship ami DeTrcville will
get it. Loading merchants of Char
leston are willing that Oraugehui g
should have it. Read comtuunicatiou
on subject i n to-day's issue.
viiSKU vi si; r. 1 rn ox. iue
Mrs. K. F/.ekiel has on band a fine
supply of garden seeds of all discrip
tions, and a lot of the finest clocks in
the county Also watch keys, chains
Ac, &c, as well as a uutuber of other
articles. Watches aud clocks repair
ed at .short notice Call at Mrs
bit A. S. IIYHRICK?
The advcrtisnicut of this popular
druggist appears in a new form in
ibis issue. He has as complete a line
of drugs and medicines as there is iu
the Slate, and knows precisely bow to
put them up for the sick. Besides,
the Doctor, as a physician, has few
equals to bis age in the country, and
posie^es a large aud growing prac
tice. Read his new adverti^tuoDt.
DEMOCJIA TIC IIA IIII EC VE?
On lb' first Saturday in August
the good people in arouud Mr J F
Way's will give an immense barbe
cue for the colored people who voted
the Democratic ticket. The com
mittee on arrangetneuts consists of J
F Way, Prestou Shuler, John Sellers,
Gtesn'r Abraham. Speaker: frbin/thc
Burg will (rate. The barbecue will
I take place at Pi ho Grove School
: HoiltiC, and promises to be a grand
: iwTaif Hurrah, for''Jim Way '
Dr AS Hydrick, Chairniru of tho
Board of Health, informs us that ho
has now on hand chloride of lime
and sulphate of iron for gratuitous
distribution for disinfecting purposes.
Persons sending for the same will
bring suitable vesse's for its recep
Quitspuuging this paper and pay
for it. We intend to sue you if don't.
And there's no use in sending it back.
The law requires that you shall pay
up before you can stop your subscrip
tion, dee that, don't you ? We've
got you where the 'air short and you
had bettor pay up
There arc hundreds of State arms
scatter) d about in this County and it
is the duty ol eve*'y citizen to report
their whereabouts, so the proper au
thorities may get hold of them.
Every musket or rille in the posses*
sum of private parties sVuilrl be
turned over to the Stale. May be
when all these arms are in birds and
squirrels will commence to increase
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IUIIC'd.UA XX ,(? A'/sWA I'Kiiri /?'.I .YA*
This case, which lias been banging
lire so long, cant") to an end in the
United Slates Court on Wednesday
last. The. Journal iif] Qominerc.ti says,
the examination of the witnesses, was
continued and concluded at an early
hour, when the c \so was taken to the
jury. Colonel W J DcTroville Ami
Captain J F l/.lar argued on the part
of the petitioners, and M I Browning
and A B Knowlton, Ksqs., for the
respondents. After able argument
the Judge charged the jury on the
law which was to govern them in
their consideration of the case, who,
after retiring, returned into court
with the verdict of guilty of the acts
of bankruptcy ns charged in the
net it ion.
County" Treasurer Copes bus en
tered upon the active duties of his
odicc, and has been collecting taxes
for stone days past. The po iplu arc
paying up with a great deal of
unanimity ami we judge from the
start, made .so far that O.'anCo
burg county will rival any of her
sisters in paying in th i first install
ment. Mr. Copes seems at homo in
his otlice, is quick] polite and elli :i jut,
and is, withal, giving universal satis
lac I ion.
Just opposite the Treasurer's ollice
is the Auditor's, where everything is
conducted like clock work. The
Auditor's and Treasurer's ulli : es are
the two most important to the Coun
ty ami we are pleased to say that
the Governor has then both filled by
This splendidly cquippo 1 company
met at the Engine Hall on Tuesday
night last and elected ollLers for the
ensuing year, as follows :
Captain, S. Dibble.
1st Lieut W. V. I/.lar.
2nd Lieut. W 11. lVrryclear. j
ord Lieut. <i. W. II run son.
1st Scrtr't. L. II. Wannaniaker.
2iid Serg't. V.C. Cannon.
ord Serg't. W. P. Brunsen.
?Ith Serg't. C. F. Gahrjl'i
Olli Serg't. F. M. Kiuimey.
IstCorp'l. .J M, Brunson.
2nd Corp'l M B. Sistnink.
;bd Corp'l. J. L. llcidtiuau.
Olli Corp'l. D. N. Smith.
Secietary and Treasurer, F. S.
Surgeon, A. S. Sallcy.
Chaplain, J. B. HaskcU.
The Company i* in a growing con
dition und bids fair to rival any
organization in the State.
Mr. Editor: Iu your last issue
some oxo inquired why it was that
the Council had neve; published an
exhibit ol' the liminees of the town,
ami as nskiug question.-, seems to be
in order, 1 desire to be informed why
it is thai flio pre^utment of the
Grand Jury at the May term of the
Court has never been published. It
has been the invariable practice to
print presentments. Why the omis
sion in this instance ?
[Only carelessness. We shall pub
lish it in our next if space will per
mit. En. News and Times.]
SUPKillt Eli b iv 'jukes A xi)
Mr. John A. Meroney has the
agency for this county for J. Lind
l?-y & Son, proprietors of *thc New
Garden Nursery, Green?S mm, X. C,
and is prepared to furnish our readers
any of the following mimed trees,
plants, etc : A union's June Poa'jh,
Alexander June Peach, Il'ehtinli I
June Peach, Dr. Hugg June Peach,
apple, quince, grape, pear, dwarf
pear, dwarf apple, plum, cherry,
dwarf cherry, dwarf peach, Irish,
juniper, double French poach* apri
cot, nectarine, crab itpp'c, loiia
grape, raspberry, currant, goosberry
rhubarb, strawberries, balsnn fir,
Norway spruce. Mr. Meroney will
visit our farmers, an I wo ad
vise them to mike purc!ia<;? of hi:n.
As soon as our people co n n nitre to
raise a better qual't.y and a great ;r
abundance of fruit for market, in ntey
will again begin to bo easier
vusxw oiiaxge liuiit nn.i
This eagerly looked for occasion
came olf at tho Fair Building in
this place on Tuesday l ist. The day
was exetSsi' ely warm, but tl at hurt
did not dissuade the gallant troopers
of Cnpt* Frederick's Company from
assembling in full force, nor the fair
ladies fttrtri tinning out to enjoy the
happy even'. Early in the morning
the Light Dragoons were summoned
lb the Fair Building where an elec
tion for officers for the ensuing year
was gone into preparatory to .'mi or
amusement. The election was only
partially held, and resulted as fol
Captain (unanimously re elected j
A. .1. Frjderick.
1st. Lieut. N. N. Hnydeu. . |
2o\ Lieut C W. Culler.
lid. Lieut. J Geo. Vo.se.
1st. Sorgt, A. M. Salley.
2d. Sergt. .1. J. Wolfe.
3d. Sergt. W. C. Hives.
?lib. Sergt, C. N. Riley.
5th, Sergt. J. C. Funchcs.
Having completed the election of
officers thus far the Dragoons mount
ed ami assembled at the Engine Hali,
whither their invited guests, the
Edisio Hilles, were in waiting, and
escorted Cnpt. Dibble's crack com
pany to the pic-nie at the Fair
Building. Here a bountiful repast
was enjoyed by the two companies
with their large number of friends?
of both sexes?who bad assembled to
participate in the festivities of tlie
Several eloquent speeches were
made. Major YYhaley's was ornate.
I chaste aud to the point. As the
j speaker pronounced with measured
and well balanced voice his many
j rounded periods, the building fairly
trembled from the shock of the in
I voluntary outbursts of applause which
again and again greeted him. Maj.
Wh'ttley knows many good things and
none diu surpass him in saying them.
Captain Dibble snolio also bot!?
eloquently and with a deal of appro
priateness. His address treated in ore
of tho mission anil duties uf our
citizen soldiery than anything else.
Sweet mutio was discoursed through
out by our inimitable baud, aud from
the beginning to the end of tho
delightful day everything weut as
"merry as a marriage bell."
Wc * congratulate the Light Dra
goons upon their choice of officers,
aud wish for thein a bright and happy
future, aud a long lifo to tho good
and gallant Captain Frederick.
I S?AIICITY Ol^I?XEY?
There is no doubt but the pencil tl
condition of all kinds uf business aud
I industry is [fearfully depressed, and
it behooves every family to look care
fully to their expenses. Winter is
coming on when children are liable
lo croup, whooping cough, etc. Cough
and colds will prevail everywhere,
and consumption, with other throat
and lung diseases will carry oil' many.
These diseases should not bo neglect
ed. Doctors bills'are expensive, and
we would advise our poople to use
IJoscheo's German Syrup. It never
has failed. One bottle at. 7"> cents
will keOp your 'winde family well
during the win tor. Two doses wii i
relieve any case. Sold in all towns in
the United States, and by your Drug
gists, Dr. A. C. Dukes. "
Worms arc often the can sc of great
suHering ami disease in children,
which frequently terminates in death J
One or two doses of Shi i tier's Indian
Vermifuge will remove that which
causes the trouble and save the lives j
of the little ones.
Sohl by Dr. A. G. Dukes.
Dr. A. G. Dukks is giving
[away a handsome bonk entitled
"Pearls for the People," containing
much valuable inform itiou and many
interesting articles. It also contains }
a history id' the discovery of the
"Hcpatine;" for diseases ot tho liver, |
dyspepsia, conti-putiou and indiges
tion, eVc, and gives positive assitr
nneo that when the Hupijlitie is used
itcll'ectsa pcrmaneu1 and la ting cure
id these disease-', which prevail to
such an alarming extent in our
country Take the Hepa tine lor all
discuses of the liver.
The Hon Alexen lor II. StevciM
says :?"The Globe Flower Cough
Syrup has proven a most valuable
remedy to inc."
Gbv. James M. Smith, (if Georgia,
says :?"I shall always use it with
perfect onlidciiee, and recommend it
to the public as a remedy which will
a (ford that satisfaction experienced
by me ami mine. 1* excels every
thing fur coughs, colds and obstinate
lung a tied ions."
Fx-Guv. Brown, of Ga., says: "lie,
(ill.Is tin' Globe Flower Cough Syrup
a mosi excellent remedy."
Such endorsement by our great and
good men deserves the attention of
the afllieted. Tho-m su Hering from
cough, cobh and lung u licet inns
should use the G ?be Fl r.ver Cough
Syrup. It will posi ively cure con
For sale by Dr. A. C. Dukes.
ii 'oxbEli/?'Ui. s i'('(. ess -
It is repo. ted that Bosch en's Ger
man Syrup has, simv its iutr.nl;.c
ti.m in ilit United States, reached
the immense .*ale of 10,00 ) dozen per
yeai. Over (5,0)0 Druggist have i
ordered this medicine direct from the j
I Factory, at Wmulbury, N. J.; and
i not one bus reported a single failure,
hut every letter speaks of its list ?u
ishing success in curing severe
Coughs',Colds settled on the Breast,
Consumption, or any disease of the
Throat ami Dungs, We advise any
person that has any predisposition to
weak Lungs, to go to their Druggists
-and get this Medicine, or inquire
about it. Regular size, 70 cents:
Sample Bottle, 10 cents. Two do
ses w ill relievo any case. Don't ne
glect yotuv-cou h w hen you can get
the above remedy from Dr. A. C.
Notieo of J )i.siiiissal..
Notice . . hereby given that I shall one
hionth from dtile file my final aeeount with
the Honorable Judge of 1'robatc for Orange
burg County, and ask for letters of Dismissal
as (uiurdaih of Ned Avinger.
A V AVI KOK it.
june 2.1 It
STATIC Of SOUTH CAROLINA,
Uu a no Kiu; no Coe nt v,
In Trial Justice's Court, Ileforc J. Felder
Meyers, Ksij., Trial Justice.
* .1. M; Thompson
tiv virtue of u Judgment and Kxemlion
in the above emitted ejsej 1 liave levied <ni
die House ami Lot piruiiarKef fit. in the.
Town of (>ruigebnrg in j tIn; County und
Slate aforesaid, now occupied 1 y said de
fendant, and shall piocecd to sell all .tins
righti title and interestt?f imfijjgdd J. 51.
Thump-on in and to the sa*iu (iretiiises, at
Public Auction, for Cash,at the door of tins
Court House in the Town of ORiiigcburg
aforesaid, on Stiles day iu August; A. L).
1ST?, at 1'! o'clock M.
0. W. P.AXTI>U,
june :!') ?t
?? BENTHE ^ftfj
ilvA Words of Advici, ?p
TL'TT'S T? KS P F.f'TF U I< f- V offrrcd briLLLS
inTT's W. II. Tt'TT, M;I?.. I"r 'UAHT.RILLS
IzU..?, years l)p>?10n?tnior fl? A>::!?!^.'r!?r?y***|
?iii! * lh" M<"1loitl College of tietiriiU'.i - ftrf'f'q
i?II.S Thirty vpnrs' experience in theLli'rS
TUT! Sprat tlce orinetlUlm.-, together with PILLS
TUTT'S nn>en vcars' U\st of Toll's Pill?, PILL8
TUTTSaivl tlie" thr.tr.nicls of trstlmonlsle P1LL3
tutt'S RI ?'?ti of llieir citicntv. warrant me PILLS
tutt'sF:M,,,!r"'M ,h'v v'"' r"*'itlv*'y pills
TitTT'li cure nil ills.'abrs Tlint- rrvilt fiom a ??t.t a
iK^,* diseased liver. Tilt* KJi not ttc..M?S
1S!II;2 nmMMtiiOpH for ?II ttw Ills that afflict eTF?2
TUTT ,S ImiiKiultv. lint fnrlM'.npiisln. .Imm- PILLS
TDTT'S air.-, CoiiHtlpntlon. Plies, Skin DIs- PILLS
TUTT'S en*r?. Bilious Colic, Rheumatism, PILLO
TUTT'S Palpitation of the. Heart, Kidney PILLS
TnTT'8 ASVtstloiiti; KcmnleComplaint*,Ae? pn.LS
tiitt's n'l "r wlilrh result from a derange- rit.i.a
?i iitt-q rncnt of the Liver, no medicine has Li, ,5
i.,li.2cv'"LJ?r<>v,,? "O successful as DR. i,"'
TUTT STl'TT'S VEoETAULE I.IYER"H"!
TUTT'S PILLS. PILLS
TUTT'S ?.".-.?.: PIl.LS
TUTT'S : TUTT'S I'lI.LH : PILLS
TUTT'S I CURB SICK I1KADACIIE. } PILLS
TUTT'S ?.?^...?.^..^....S PILLS
TUTT'S :.-.-.~??->-?.: PILLS
TUTT'S : TUTT'S PfXIsft . i PILLS
TUTT'S : REQUIRE NO CIIANOE Oat !: PILLS
TUTT'S j DIET.' - ?'? * i PILLS
TUTT'S ?.I PILLS
TUTT'S ?.? PILLS
TUTT'S ? TUTT'S 1*IM.<4 ; PILLS
TUTT'S ? ARE PURELY VEGETABLE.? PILLS
TUTT'S ?...._? PILLS
TUTT'S i.j PILLS
TUTT'S ? TUTT'S I'H.I.H ? PILLS
TUTT'S : NEVEIl ?HII'E OB NAOSE-i PILLS
TUTT'S : ffs ATE. fi : PILLS
TUTT'S .?.?.I PILLS
TUTT'S j.-.: PILLS
TUTT'S I THE DEMAND FOR TUTT'S: PILLS
TUTT'h -PILLS la not confined to tbWj PILLS
TUTT'S ^omitry, but extends to all parta- PILLS
TUTT'S ?. f the world. J PILLS
TUTT'S :....?.I PILLS
TUTT'S ?.-.-.*~???? PILLS
TUTT'S ? A OLKA R H EAD, elastic limbs, j PILLS
TUTT'S -eo.id digcillon, ?ound ?leep,: PILLS
TUTT'S -buoyant ipiriti, fine oppetlt?,! PII.LO
TUTT'S :aro tonm of the remfti of the- PILLS
TUTT'S -use of TUTT'S PILLS. f PILLS
TUTT'S :._.: PILLS
TUTT'S ?.-.: PILLS
TUTT'S : AS A FABIILY MEDICIN8 : PILLS
TUTT'S : TUTT'S PILLS ARE THE \ PILLS
TUTT'S : BEST?PERFECTLY HARP- JI PILLS
TUTT'S : LESS. ' I PILLS
TUTT'S :.?.I PILLS
TUTT'S i.1.??} PILLS
TUTT'S : SOLD EVERYWHERE. \ PILLS
TUTT'S : PRICE, TWENTY-FIVE OT8. t PILLS
TUTT'S :.? PILLS
TUTT'S :.5 PILLS
TUTT'S : PRINCIPAL011101 J PILLS
TUTT'S :.~.^.? ! PILLS
18 nORRAT STBKET? I PILL3
NEW TORE. ] "PTLLB
This unrivaled preparation has per
formed some of the most astonishing
cures that arc recorded in the annals of
history. Patients suffering for years from
the various diseases of the Lungs, ?fter
trying different remedies, spending thou
sands of dollars in traveling and doctor
ing, have, by the use of a few bottles,
entirely recovered their health.
"WON'T 00 TO FLORIDA."
New York, Anffast SO. 137a>
Scar Sir:?When In Alken, last ttInter. Z sss?
Expectorant for my cough, andreaUted mar? benefit
from it than anything I ever took. I amao weU tfea*
Z will not go to Florida next winter aa Z Intended,
Bond nie one donen botttei. by expraa*. for coiae>
frienda. ALFRED CUSHZ2f,0.
129 Weat Thirty-tot Stra**.
Boa ton, January 11,11*71? i
Thlioertlfloa that I h&ve reoommrnded tho u??cf
Dr. Tutt's Expoctornnt for dUeaeea of tBatoags
for the past two year*, and to my knowledga many
bottles have been need by my patients with tho bap*
piest man! ta. In two oases whore it was thought coaw
firmed consumption bad taken plaoa theKspeetoran*
effectod a cure. R. H. BFRAOTS. J*.?.
" We oax not speak too highly of Dr. Tutt'o Ha
pect orant, and for thes?ko of suffering hitmnRy
hops it may become more generally knotrc."?Ca
TIA* ADvnt'ATK. IT'
Sold by UrURRlsts. Frlce Ol.00
. ClOTEraiAL GHW3ERY
Will lie found everything kepi, in a well rcgulateJ grocer)', with
prices stinted lb the hard limes. I .sell cheap
MONEY IS SCARCE.
Merchants must befriend the poor. 1 have resolved to do 10
Give me a call one and all Have from a barrell of flour to crackers anil
candy In fact everythingyou want Come in and get good bargaioi
P. W. BULL.
At this popular store can always be fouud a full ami well selected
stock of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Oils, Varnishes, Fine Soaps, Perfu*'
mcry, aud in fact everything that is kept, in a first class dru.^ store
A speciality made of Cigars and Tobacco Tho largest stock cig ira of
iu Orangcburg at prices to suit the pocket
Physicians prescriptions compounded by experienced aud careful
Bccogo.iziug tho fact that, In mcdicitiu purity is above prico we shall
spare uo pains to teeuro tho very best and purest medioinej Pordoas
desirous of purchasing will find it to their advantage tor inspect my stock
before purchasing elsewhere A call is solieiteg
A. S. lIYDKICk", Druggist,
oct 30 1775