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THE FREE CITIZEN.
SATURDAY, NOV. G. 187 J.
MAYOR, - - George Bolivcr.
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TBKASUKKR, - - ,
A Ll) KUM EN,-.lames. F. I/.lar, .Ioho M.
Thompson, J. NV. Caution, J. W. I
POSTMASTER, - - - A. Webster.
Thomas Phillip's, pastor. Services, mei n-|
in?, afternoon and evening.
BAPTIST.-Kev. Mr. Norris, pastor.;
Services, first Suiulay evening, and the
second iiifd fourth Sundays, morning,
METHODIST (south).-Rev. Mr. Cam
pbell, pastor. Services morning and
?ve??u<?. Sunday-school, U A. M.
PRKSKT TERIAN.- Hov. Mr. Brown
evangelist. Services, morning and iti? er
ndon. Sunday-school, tl 1-2 A.M.
K PISCO PA I..-Firs! and third Sunday.
Vt < ) r 11 i i J jc and afternoon.
pastor. Services, morning Hi 1-2. even
injf at 7 o'clock.
OFFICE Horus AT ORANGER!;!?;
From 8 o'clock A. M. to 2 P. M.
From 3 o'clock P. M. to ? P. M.
Goods received and delivered only;
iu oflicc hours.
-We are informed just fi- we arc going '
to press that thc dwelling houses of Mri
Augustus Holman have been destroyed,
-The gin house of Mr. T. Iliekenbu-1
ker. together willi about twelve bales of
cotton was destroyed by lire on the
ATTENTION !!-We oller a large
quarto Family Billie to all who will get
up :: club ol' six subscribers, tic? oinptui
ied by twelve dollar- in cash. Wu will
print a large premium list in our next
-We regret we were unable to se
cure a copy of thc prc mt mu list of
the fair, in season to print the re
mainder of the list tn Lins issue.
-Coroner .J. II. Fordham is called
to Charleston on business, and has
appointed Trial Justice H. A. Web
ster his deputy during his absence.
-it? L-uilhquuko ,\ti? cit m Conni
bia, Ud^i.'iiold, Ct.! <.",o<;r\ am' (-"jter
?Ceti-:'...?? "t ?he Slld.o. V, o ph
it VJ AM I:!?- physical prccui-u-i oi Ute
polilieal earthquake of last Tuesday s
-According to a ruling in lin*
post ellice department, anything writ-j
ten upon thc back of a postal card,;
except thc proper direction, subjects1
it to letter postage, three cents, and i
if not prepaid Hie rate is doubled, six
The passenger trains on the S. C.
Pv. P., on and after Monday next, will
pass through Orangcburg as follows :
Dav fi 'om ( n I ?i tn I ii a, 11.30 a. m.
Iron) Charleston, 2.1)0 p. m.
^N'ight, from Columbia, 11.03 p. m.
tl front Charleston, 2.20 a. m.
-The News and Courier in an ed
itorial commenting upon the recent
Republican victories, very sagely re
marks : "If Gen. Grant wishes to
be renominated ha will br renomina
ted, and, if renominated, it will be very
bani to prevent his election.
-Julius Glover, Ksq., of thc law
linn of Glover iV Clover, was mar
ried on Wednesday last to Miss I)e
Treville, the daughter of Col. W. .1.
DoTrcville of this place. They have
our best wishes for a long, useful and
-M?rritid, by Rev. J. P. Campbell,
on Wednesday last, .Mr. W. P. Spen
cer and Miss A. Lewis. Mr. Spen
cer is a practical printer, and is now
working in t he ollicc of Hie News anti
Times, and his conversion to Hie co
operulive plan, we Irusl, he never will
have occasion to regret.
?loiKSTKi).-C. s. Miller was arrested yesler
dav iiifiriiiiu! I?) Detective Jamen Callion, it
HceniH tlint lu- was offering alpacas io dealers al
such exlrcir dy low ligaren as lo arouse su.?pi.
eioii, and lie wini delayed In a store unlit an (?111
cur could lie ?eui for and Iiis arrest uccmupli-li.
ed. Ho wan imprisoned until Hie lutter j?nrl of
Die ituy, when lie was taken I ie lo re a trial ju?
tice, ami u<> evidence licin,_r |iroilneei| lo coin iel
ldin of niiy violation ol' law, lie was releiiHeil;
lint Hie gooda round in lu- possession were
talned uiilli uorre.K|ionileiH!e could t.. had willi
a linn in Clim lesion which Miller claimed lo
The above item is taken front the
Columbia lleijister. If T. Kohn &
Pro., wen: t.ot well known, and gen
tlemen above suspicion, they miiiht
possibly he arrested and brought, be
fore a trial josi ice on a similar charge
.See their advertisement in another
.lohn Ii. Humbert lias been par
doned by the Governor, and-, ive un
derstand, is now at home with his ?
family. This act of executive clem-;
ency merits the universal approha- ;
lion of the citizens of this county, j
and although Hie defalcations in the ;
treasury ollico during Humbert's term
leave the county in debt, he is not re
garded as the principal in this fraud,
but as treasurer legally responsible. I
Governor Chamberlain gives thc ful-j
lowing reasons for granting the par-,
Thc defendant was convict'd :it Hie
January tenn. 1S7?. of thu Court of Gen
eral sessions for Oiangeburg County of
ollie i ul misconduct as county treasurer ;
ami sentenced to imprisonment for ono
year in the penitentiary .iud a line 81.000.
Application w as made to mu for a pai
llon in this ease immediately after the
trial, which I fell ob?g il to refuse on
the obvious ground that the example
would bc hurtful to the publie. The ap
plication being now renewed, I have re
examined the eas?-, and I no reach thc
conclusion that tho public interests will
permit me to grant the pardon. Nearly
??.II mouths of the eleven mouths during
which he would b.inline?] have passed
and lin- sherill' of Orangcburg county I
ceiiilies i hal he luis collected by levy and
sale of the pri.-Oner's pr .p. it v STO?.OO of
the line, lin; prisoner is very young
and was wholly without previous experi
ence win n he was appointed Treasurer. ;
His friend.-: assert, and l think truly, that
lie pr?.lilted pecuniarily hut little, if any. ]
from hts defalcation, und that he was ex
po.-. ?I I?? great and peculiar temptations.
He has a wile dep?nil?nt ?m him foi; sup-j
port, ?iud li?.- gives evidence that, if now
released, lie will make an clfort to bc
eotii? a good citizen. The great reason,
however, for my present action is thal
thc law has been enforced and punish
ment intlieto'l -ulli. ient. in my judgment,
to set a whoh -?une example.
I limy ad i that the present petitions
have the names of Ibm lb li. Klliotl. A.
15. Knowlton. Kscp, J. H Livingston,
K-q., Kev. A. Webster, Wm. A. Il ay nc,
K.eq., H. L. Shrew-bury. Bsq" lion. .1.
.1. Wright, of the Supr?me ?'nuit, Hon,
H. li. Ilaync, Hon. W. li. Nash. Hon.
Samuel W. .Melton. Attorney General.
Ibm. F? L. Cardozo, W. ll. Junes, Ksq.,
anil others of equal proiuinetiee and
Mr. Solicitor Ibm/, endorses thc appti
eal iou. and bis Honor Judge Heed ?am-j
curs on the ground that 'bis pini-hmcnt j
. ] Ol. ,1 .1.,,,1^ ,.,-!
1 : ibii: the i . t
UUUING A ilYI'OUIIOXDItlAC.- 1 lie I
only way to cure a hypochondriac, or
one who fancies himself with a dis
ease which he r< ally has not , is to
humor the patient. Many amusing
instances are told of successful' treat
ment by this method :
Dr; Crawford, a Ballimore physi
cian had a troublesome patient, a
man who had taken il into his head j
that bc was slowly ?lying of a liver j
complaint, when lie had nothing at 1
all the matter with him. barring the,
delu.-ion. The doctor sent him trave
ling, and he soon forgot his disease
altogether; bul, unfortunately, he
had no sooner returned home in thc
best of health, than news came of Ult
death of his twin-brother, of sch! i rons
liver. Ile was (hereupon seized willi
the fancy that be, lop, was ?h ad.
like his brother, of liver-complaint,
hr. Crawford was sent for, ami after
hearing the St?ry, merely reniai ked :
u.0li yes ; hois dead, sure enough,
and probably his liver was the death
o? him, as he expected it would be.
However, I will soon assertain thal
by opening thc body before putrefac
tion sets in. Hiing me a curving
knife." The knife was soon in the
doctor's hands, and lie stepped to
wards thc hypochondriac ; but before
he could commence hist postmortem
examination, thc dead-alive man
lumped up. shouting "Mulder!"
dashed put of thc room, and out of
the house, ami made across the coun
try : lie tan lill he ian himself oui,
an<l fell from exhaustion. Finding
nobody followed him, as soon as lu;
was able li?1 returned to thc house,
and thought he lived a score of years
longer, he was never heard to com
plain of liver again.
To be continually subject to the
breath of slander, will tarnish thc i
purc-X virtue, as a constant exposure I
lo th?: atmosphere, will obscuro the'
brightness of thc li nest gold ; but in
either case the teal value id both will
continue the same, although the cur
r?ncy may be somewhat impeded.
The seeds of repent .'ince ate sown
in youth by dleasure, put the harvest
is reaped in age hy pain.
Some of our young friends in this
section arc writing us to know by j
what, means tiley can secure what j
they seem very anxious to gain-an
education. Some of them are waiting
for good friends to aid them. But if
a nj'one wishes tobe educated, [let,
them go to work and get it. There,
is a way when: there is a will. No
one should ever wait for something
to turn up, but just take hold and
turn it up. Rev. M. Trafton, I). !>.,
of the New Kngland conference tells
in Zinn s J lr rubi how he went lo work j
to get an education, and the same;
path of grand success is open to our
young men of the South. After tell
ing us how he earned 8250.00 in one
year to buy himself off from obliga
tions to learn a trade, he says :
"The last of December, and my
last week's work was finished, and I
settled my account with my old mas
ter. I hail earned the money, and
he brought out my indentures, and
put them into my bands. I was /ree /
Hut l declined, and asked him to
retain them, which he finally con-;
seined to do. I had no home to
which to go, and thought il would be
a kind of bond connecting mc willi
the visible world ; and ? might be
glad to go back to my bench again.
Had lie died, his executors could
have called me back by the terms of
thc instrument, alter 1 had joined thc
conierer.eo, ari I w .s not of a<;e at
thc tithe of my union with that body.
And how for Kent's Hill. Tome'
it seemed Ike original Fden. I com-1
mcuccd my preparation. It in ay j
strike thc leader as strange, hill ll
could get no money for my labor,
nothing but store pay* as it was
called. I procured sonic dollies,
made a bargain willi tho singe agent
?bra passage to Augusta, and paid!
him iu shoemaking. Thc last of Feb
ruary I got into the stage at 9 o'clock
ill the evening, roaching Augusta in
the morning, slopped with falber'
Oliver Hcale, the preacher stationed I
I hore mut I?,? ?...
a day. The scholars labretl for their
board which was rated at one dui hil
lier week, devoting the morning and
evening to study. After a short
lime I saw an easier way to get on.
I had ll good trade, and had brought
my kit (tools) with me. Whynot!
become a cure of "soles" without or
We were crowded into one build
ing, and lodged in one room, on little
cot bedsteads, and all Occupying one i
room for study, connected with the
.seminary was a little one story house,
at a short, distance called the hos
pital, and, as it was without patients, ;
a lew of us petitioned to the agent for
its usc, which was granted. Two
took the front room, and 1 gol the
(dd kitchen and a bcd room adjoin
ing. In thc kitchen I put a hunch
and spread my kit, and put otil my
I lound I could by a half day's la
bor pay for a week's board. 1 bor
rowed an old bedstead from Kev. I!.
F. Cox, financial agent of thc school, 1
which bedstead wouldn't stand, or
couldn't, unless it was supported by
Ibe walls. I went into tho swamp i
near by and pulled some hazel-bark ?
ol Which I twisted a bed cord timi so j
lashed the old thing together; filled ,
n sack with straw, procured some j
blankets from llie Seminary, and, :
willi an old chair, and a little pine
tallie on hinges, so as to be letdown
out of thc way, and my room was
palatial, lt was a decided improve
ment on the shoe-shop, hammock and
sheep skins of the previous years. 1
have seen rooms more elegant, and
furnished in a higher style, jet I have
never, save in a single instance, of
which I may tell my readers hy and
by, seen Hie equal of that little room.
And thus commenced my all ton
brief student life. Noue of thc "fac
ulty" of that early period in the his
tory of thal grand old school, l hied
has sent, ont into active life so mans
hundreds of laborers, arc now alive,
and but few ol thc students who were
ltlling the classes at thal lime.
F ? ;.. .... i. i. ..i. i i.,.
at IN ...m i ?w ne .?.,.>< ,\?-ii n nOilii!
men than to be protected by them.
<s ol' Hie heiul wc? e '
cane for the inajevo
?arl, Hie one-half ol
hi' occupied in ag-1
other half in forgive
teresti? ol'society pur
:nl that things shot?hi
. fool is often as dan
with as a knave, and
dody i- .o> authui'i/ed
ney. ut liranchville. ls
i nt i'm- this naper.
IM MISSION i u. School j
Phillips has his ollicc j
idays and Fridays of
is examinations are on
V 61' each month.
Heed Loiters for the
ease, A M ?iiley. J .1
L'alriek, Mrs Ann V.
;.- 1-iohson, rare i iring
ip? a rs j Andrew Smoke.
?irs NV A Way, John
.VIS 13 J tX li i> ;
A NI )
'G Kehn & Bro
SK LL coons AC
'S LY AT TH KI Ii
t BOTTOM 1'RICES.
?1 lo make till the needy
ing them More Good
satin: amount of money .
Viet and Children
I even t liing needed by
I'S A TRIAL. j
IN & BRO,.,
1 Goods Emporium.
I il, I & DIBBLE,
A HS AT LAW,
li.VNOK, On VN..I.IU un,
v Mutlit.ili-l i lamil.)
I V I >
J jul >
by Dr. Bond's
th full direction'* sen! tn
world, s. ;.11 im pam
'iihirs. Addre <
L PENSA. i \\m\ INST'i:.
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yi.ll nr. .1 < Mn I I Minuit, ll
I IO I Inn, III I In- in il !.. I. Mi
I oin k ..ni \i-nailav, .ni l
I..Ill I..Mil -. ! ll'.m.I I ;\
.iInl lin IMOI'H- i?.r in.' i??r?.
rt. M'-?? i.ho ni t.> .' tm I,
and :i I..ill .lulim Wc r m
-li.m Iii.il on. ajiciil ..i li ii'.l
m.. - ni i lr? .'i, ? it. 1,111 . ,,??j ?j,
-I innl l.o:4i -t a--i.iiiiti'iii'tu
liiiiiilri'il? ni' fliiiic.. - aliji'i i -
.ri. M i- tx ill -t'li.l vim .oi ?is.
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IstllllgtOII -1., lt.. I..II \! ,
Ot t. .i" 1.1 i m.
mm W. LIMEY & co.,
00 King Street. Charleston, S. C.,
A ND i M roi: T K Us 0 P
?_ Ko Freight lu Poy I
Ko freight to Poy!
i >m- pri?es are below those ??l*any other ?teal
.r in tin t'niit.l Stall's. So extra charges tor
ir?.y?ge, boxing or freight
We prepay in ijrlils amt ilelivei' (?omit? lu i- at
inj -li pot on Hi.- I n.' ?l'tlie Antill Ka.-tcrn. Wit- .
ininti.m anti ( ..IIIIHI.KI, South Carolina amt
'jutrh-?lon tani Savannah Kail Itoatls; also, to
ill |i..?nts in -..nil. ( ar..lina, (Jeorgia ami Flori
la. lia-, lng iii.ie? i water irommuuicnUon willi
All ?.S tl I " A ? A NTI'.KI ?.
Always enclose Hit- toiveiti.-t.-aient willi order
I.i-i ni l'itieus. Nt? Kxri.ssKTO Aim.
Kitte-I iiuality Voting Hyson Tea-ninthly un
sui-| .:? --f< I. i* M| ni.-?te Ha M >r, a tn I strong! ii, *# I on
|M'i- ll?. This Teil-pect? 11} i lnittt .h .!. Kines!
(iiality ( lolonv Sinn-hoii;r, ('unpowtler, ?uni
ll\ .on Tons. .?? I.ti" pei !'.. Second ijlialilv Tra
il per Iii. Tliinl .tmilily Teas. sold hy other
I. al-1-al ri pt:r Ih. yon eau have tleliveretl liv
is al .V e. per Ih. I 'rushed Sugar 1".-. per Iii';
iiiwileri-'l Sugar I'-V per Ih.: granulated A. ?
.ligar lite, per th.; ntra (' Suir.ii-. toe. peri
li.: i/lanlhd Crown Sugar, lu. I- per Iii. Lin-!
cy"s I*t t-i lt - I-,moly Khnir, our own hrand I
iVnai he.-l Virginia Wheat- an elegant I
uticle-J" His. lor il.or f.? per harret, ti.ll
? en i Iv Ih mr, vi Ih- lin- fl, ..r $7.5.1 per han tri.
ii ludo Kiiiely I III vole.I Ita L'tri d Hain-,'
fie.! .I Ullin-, I '.'', pi t ll.. Kxlra Choit-']
hcakt't-l -n ie-. ' I"-' ".. Choice Tumbler |
ollie -, ?ar :>? size; iL'.'je. Wieli. 'J ll," (.'aimed I
'?nuatoes, lae eaeli: :: Ih Canned Tomatoes, Hie
?t'li. I ?'... sil ilion . .per eau: 'Jilt, (aimed
.nu- Apple, I'eachc -. '?am-nns, a nit I'ear-, j;:.-. ;
.er eau-t? eans lor I. '.'., Ite.-i Unala.. Mixed I
illegal' 1'icklcs pun-, I7i-. .platt-, -J7C- each: .
-d':.Ul-, CC- ea.-h. Condensed Mil], KU- j
i-Ua. and Kunde Hraml. '?"tc. each, '"ant/.;
cufoam. 1-2 di- J'.-.: Iii-, ?u ccnls. pe?
an. Lemon Sugar, -IO.-, per eau. Don
ny's Yen si Powder. 15. '?ii. I'le. per eau.
Jiglisli Cookiu" S"d.t. or Package Smla. ,
o.-, per 1!'. 1 Hoses Sardine-. 20c: ) :J
>oxcs Sardines. .'5c. each. Shadines. l-l j
loxes.'I"?e. each, t 'ox's Spai 'kihi (?ela-j
im'. 20e. per pack, ('lipers. .|0c; Olives
0. -.; \V?irehcst?:rshire, Walnut anil'
>l ti sh roo in Sanees, genuine imported pie
?Cr hettie. Imitation French Mustard.!
?th:. pennine l-'reueli Mustard, ?"ie.
?'rt'iieh I'rnnc.a. |."?e. I'uisius. 20c. Cit-!
oil. IO. ( .lllTilillS. I Oe. ? liee-e. 20?t. '.
'ult weight Ca wiles, li rsl (pialitv. 2'tc
>c i i!.. Laker's < liocolate, I."..- per ll. ,
icon. "?tie. pe:- Ih, liroma. 00c. per Iii ,
. ormaii Chocolate, tide, per Ih. Ordi-j
liiry Iii.? Coll?e. I? d'- for >jl ; choice Hid '
'oli'ee. i IN-, lor si : choice Lamuna !
olle?. :n-'J Ihs. for SI ; Oltl Gnverii- L
iicr.l .lava Colli e. :i jlis. tor SI ; Boasted I
ml C? ron i id t'oilVes. 5c. addiliouiil, each '
rade. Duryea'.* .Starch, 0 1-2 lbs. for jj
\. Satin CJloss Starch, 7~>c. per box.
ora Starch, Ule. per park. Hox .!!ue-l
lg. 'We. per dozen. Harley, li; I ;v pti j
\i. DurhamsSmoking Tobacco. ( .">. perl
i. Marlin's Celebrated ('ill Kilgti lint-'
1.*r. I11?-, per Hi. I liui. e Goshen lt. '
.. put ii?., .> ttl Kltrg.-, i .ie. per i
uncu; .Mace. lae. perounee; Oingcr.2."ic .
K-rlb. Lose ami Vanilla Kial Stick Candy. I
line article, 25c. per lb ; Ordinary stick j
andy, pure? 20c per lb; Loci; Candy
ny color. iric. per lit. Colgate's Toilet i
ioap-(SO diiVerenl kinds, ii speciality nf
mrs. at manufactures prici-from 25e. i
o 81.0(1 per dozen cakes. Colgate's
landkcrcliicf Kxtracts, ?Oe. per bottle.:
'ashmen: Loquet Powder, ?"?,*. per box.
?loveland's Pomade Vasaline. ti Lestora
ive itneipialled for Hie bair. 20c. per
lottie. Old ('?un Whiskey.'SI.Sh per gal
I. i. Lye Whiskeys, -d'.Ui. s:i,()(i. and
.tLilt), per gallon. Blackberry and Cher
.y ( "ordials"; a pleasant drink, il .so per
..allon. Tallie Lort and Sherry Wine. 1
?2.r?t) per gallon. Kino Old Madeira, SI.'
>0 per gallon. Knglish and Sct?t?li Ali;.
Mirier; botlleil, 2.7(1 per do/en. Lit tuen
aiger Leer, bullied. ?J.70 per dozen, i
teinij.ibns fm- Liquors, extra \-2 gallon
?Oe. ;*gallon. ;V?c ; 2 vallons. Cdc. ; .i gal
ra?biis. ""?. ; '> gallons. SLOO each*
A very Kxiensive Assortment of Croek
i.v and Ola--warc always on band.
Male.- Limier .-!/.?.. $i.r>0 per do/en:
ireakfasf Sl/i?; Desert SI.00 : Tea. .Sic.
1er dozen. Cup- ami Spacers. SLOO per
et. Covered Dishes, noe.. 7?e.. and SI.
ni ea. b. Tumblers. 00.. 7."?.. SLOO, $1.25
uni Sl.r?0 per dozen, 'fable (ioblets.Sl.
IO. ?L">0. S2.00. S2.50. and S.'t.uu per,
ln/. ii. Wine Classes SLOO per dozen j
.amp C'liiiiiiii'v's Sun o and A\t, I '-<v
5e ; li's lin- '2.M'. Sludenl or ? j
'hinuiey- .'! im' 25e. Xuiuhcrles arti,
niueuiioiied. Information cheerfully
iven- (int linn was established in
-'.7. and om liu-iness r?putation and
i ?-i 1 il ?i's sire ol iee liighesl order. We
.ill ?lo all we proini.-e. All order
in.ul.I be addresscil to
.lo?x W. 1.1vi rv iC Co.,
(Key liox LSI. 100 King -Si reel ;
t 'HAKLKI; n <N. s. c.
?ANV ESSERS waiUcd for two
upc 11? works ni / <? ". li ml, "Little illili
wa., arl 1er pets."* and I he pretty pair'
Tile Dinner, and lin- Nap."" These j
ieturcs are iriir!lt>l .</ <i jillie* ia <:oji7ib/
'.?i - and inexpensive euoiigh for thc i
huptest. ?SI II?MIJ ?.??/</'?//</. anti "TAkt-: ox
ih?irr. We guaianli'i' ready .sales, good
.I ..tit S; uh ; ipliek rel urns. Any active
H t-mi wb i ivill lake hold cali make a
iaiiif-ie.ii" iui'iuue. Scud lor our bc.-t
eruis a; o i ie e.
.1 i"., i"' ?KD A t 'o.,
?J7 Pari? Place, New York*
t^ i .i - result, UNI i\\ t/n 'V
? ?O l i cl .A. <x< M 1 ( ,
'll., iimli'i . _ 11 ? -. t ?ia-opencil an olhrr for,tile
. A bK. ol I. A Xl?.
I'ersons ha.iiit: IMCAI. KSTATK le iii pos? of
l ill i|<> wi ?I I?. it'Kifter tl:.' -ame lor -ale.
I.e..- i. i.. -.illili. Idei! aiol sohl in either
?tn.-.- H- -mai: panel.-.
i.i ia. ni- im -ale at li otu twa. to five rtolliiri
? er ai re, nil < a y lei IMS.
Al Ol -lt.- ll, KX( iv. 1.1< iv,
i il OrauKcburK C. H.,S.O.
A l>\ I. li T 1 8 ii al E N T S .
Attorney & Counselor at Law
CHAS. S. BULL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, I'MTED STATES
COMMISSIONER A NU
Oi'aiijzoliiii'.tr, S. C
W, H. REEDISH,
TRIAL JUSTICE AN n ATTOR
NEY AT LAW,
JiRANClIVlLLE, S. C.
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GLOVER & GLOVER,
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N(i S, I.AAV UANI??,
ORAXGKBURG, S. C.
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Economy is Wealth.
LA DI KS, S AVK VOLK COMBINGS
ami li?vt* ilicin worked up at ARTHUR
ll. I .KW 1 N'.s. Manufacturer br Human
? hildreii?" hair rutting a specialty.
Od. 22. I87?-10-:bn.
j-jl A. WMtSTEK,
Business faithfully anti promptly at
'rij^OFFICEfor the present in with A. JJ.
A'.VOMV.Y OA'. Esq.,
Ornngeburji, Jan. 2'i, 1S75.
rsiAYI.UK Ki ?lt l il I AM ANO LAWRENCE
Atterneys at Law,
unices at Charleston and Orangcbug.
[., J. TAYLOR, J. I! A M .110.ND FORDHAM
F. D. LAWRENCE.
????f""Special attention given to the . ol- ,?
loci ion of claims and prompt return
Drugs and Medicines.
Dr. Dukes has had Nine Years Exp- :
L>iice hi Drugs ami Medicines and thoron li
ly understands his business. Ile kc
constant ly On a large supply of (Jo -
usually found in a
First-class Drug Stol
f65P""Careful attention paid to thc ct :..
pounding of Prescriptions and all orders
promptly at tended to. Call on him at
Ilia Popular Dru? Sion;.
Uran-ichurg, Feb. i:i, 1S75.
S. IL WU S>N. J. T. WILSON.
SAM'L fl. WILSON & BRO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
F l M E GKOCERIE;^
300 King St.. Charleston, S. C.
M av <:.-tf
Wm. M. BIRD & CO.,
i MC mn rr. s AMI MANITACTCREIIS OP
Oils, White Lead,
L?(>1 East J3ay,
CHARLESTON, So. Ca.
BF.GS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS,
patrons and the public generally, 'hut
having disposed of his entire
STOCK OF LIQUORS,
now respectfully solicits a continuance
nfilicir patronage, hy'offering to them,
under Hie motto ol'QUICK SALES
and SSVt'LL PROFITS, a com
plete assortment of
And a* my stock i< TOO NUMEROUS
TO MF.XTIOX, I respect fully ask an ki
spcciion of my goods before buying else
Goods shown free o?* eh- r^e.
C. D. KOTJOHN,