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THE FREE CITIZEN",
SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1S75.
MAYOR, - - George BoUvcr. :
TREASURER, - - I
A i.Di it M KN,-J ?unes. F. Izlar, John M. :
Thompson, J. W. Cannon, J- W. I
POSTMASTER, - A. Webster.
METHODIST EI*?SCOF?I. CHURCH-Rev
Thomas Phillips, pastor. Services, mot li
ing, afternoon anti evening.
BAPTIST.-Kev. Mr. Norris, pastor.
Services, first Sunday evening, and the
second and fourth Sundays, morning,
METMOIUST (south).-Rev. Mr. Cam
pbell, pastor. Service? morning ?.and
evening. Sum'.ay-school, !) A. M.
PRESBYTERIAN.-Rev. Mr. I? rown
evangelist. Services, morning and after
noon. Sunday-school, 9 1-2 A. M.
EPISCOFAI..-First and third Sundays.
Morning and afternoon.
LUTHERAN CHURCH.-Rev.Mr. Hough,
f?astor. Service*, morning IO 1-2, even
Hg at 7 o'clock.
The passenger trains on the S. C.
Ii. lt., on and after Monday next, will
pass through Orangcburg as follows :
Day from Columbia, 11.30 a. ni.
Day, from Charleston, 2.00 p. m.
Night, from Columbia, 11.53 p. m.
" from Charleston, 2.20 a.m.
OFFICE HOURS AT ORANGEUUIIG
From 8 o'clock A. M. to 2 P. M.
From 8 o'clock P. M. to 5 P. M.
Goods received and delivered only
in office hours.
Our local of last week should have
read :-The Governoi refuses to pardon
Russel Wilson, the murderer of Jeffrey
J. M. Thompson has started a restau
rant, and will furnish meals at all hours.
That he can get up a splendid oyster
stew, wc can speak of our own knowl
Representatives S. I.. Duncan and P.
E. Jones were in town one day during
the week, looking well able to discharge
.the responsible ..Inti? .- ni legislation ;
which they will soon be .ailed.
On Tuesday night tho cars ran
ovt: ? ??. l ie and mule belonging to
Dr W. i". Harton. Thc Loi ?e. .VUS a
very valuable ono and is often thc
case we arc told that night of the ac
cident was the first time the horse
Jiad been left in the lot.
There will be a meeting of the
Agricultural and Mechanical Associa
tion at the Fair building to day. We
understand thc ladies connected with
the association will provide an enter
tainment whica may be lilly called
P. G. Cannon believes that his *rurk is
.the best advertisement of his business,
?ind it certainly docs commend thc work?
juan. He is the gun and locksmith ol
lids thriving burg. Those having lire
iirtns to be repaired, or suay job to be.
done requiring in its execution a display
?of mechanical skill should give him a
-The postmaster calls attention
to the following from the postal laws
and regulations :
SEC. 198. Fach post-oil?ce box or
drawer, in all post-oflices, is restrict
ed to the usc of one family, ihm or
company, and the rent therefor must
be paid at least one quarter in ad
SEC. 201. A person renting a post
oilicc box is entitled to have the let
ters of bis family, firm or company
put into it. Letters addressed to his
friends stopping temporarily with him
may also be placed in the box is di
rected to his care or to the number
of thc box. But letters addressed to
other persons residing in the same
place, and living and doing business
separate and apart from a box-holder
should not bc placed in thc box.
FIRE!-On Wednesday morning
about 8 o'clock thc alarm of lire was
sounded, and quickly the engine,
drawn by li remen and other excited
and public-spirited citizens, went
thundering through our streets, in
search of thc supposed lire. Tin. lire
bells rang, thc owners of properly
ran to seo if theirs was being .sacri
ficed to thc fire fiend; but no lire
could be found and, the engine was
slowly drawn back to its quarters.
This proved to bc a false ahum, but
wot'so with alarm that was given
about IO o'clock thc sume morning,
und there was no mistaking the scene
of thc* conflagration, asa dense vol
nine of smoke was visible in thu vi
cinity of Riggs' mills.
The fire companies were promptly
at the scene of action, but owing to a
scanty suppl}' of hose the engine was,
of little avail. Thc (ire is supposed j
to have caught from a spark from the
smoke stack failing on the roof of the
gin house, which, without blazing on
thc outside, worked its way through
some crack to the inside which was
lined with lint that had been col
lecting lhere for a long time, and in
a Hash thc building was wrapped in
Hames. It was found impossible to
save thc building where thc lire orig
inated, and thc attention of thc lire
department was turned to saving thc
other buildings, and such movable
property as could be saved. Nearly
everything was rescued from thc
blacksmith shop, and tins was the
only building consumed save the one
where thc lire originated. In thc
yin house and mill, very little was
saved from the Hames. But the task
of all was to save a building about
4S3 feet from thc mill, and nearer thc
dwelling house of Mr Riggs. Herc
thc efforts of all at last concentrated
as the critical place to stop thc
spreading of thc lire. An unsuccss
ful attempt was made to play upon .
thc building with thc engine, but as j
water and hose was found necessary '
to its successful operation no good i
was accomplished. The building had
already caught when several persons
scaled the roof, and water being
passed to them in buckets, manfully
fought the lire, while the heat was so
intense as to blister their bodies.
Net! Anderson occupied thc most ex
posed posilion on thc roof, and
worked heroically until bc fainted
from heat and exhaustion. When
so many arc worthy of notice, wc
would not seem to make invidious
distinction by mentioning one to thc
exclusion of another. Hut we cannot
forbear to mention this case and one
other, that of a young man from Co
lumbia, Mr. Ii. H. Lee. Although a
I C' 'W-1 ?ai at ?ve sir? jiger hen .,,?:'. not
supposed io have thc tann iii? eiiliy?<
to etlt?i'd MN ono who xv-tsi cn-ivi.i . ?.>
I rescue tho property of a folluw-town.s
i mau, neighbor, <M pi is??:: d itu nd. he
Noticed with us much und
spirit as though the property was his
own. Certain members of the Elli
ott Hook and Ladder Co., arc es
pecially worthy of notice for their
meritorious efforts ai the lire.
Mr, Riggs' loss is estimated at
$0,000, and no insurance. It is an
old saying that misfortunes never
come single, it being only a week
since that Mr. Riggs lost the right
hand that by its skill ami cunning
had, through long years of labor,
amassed the handsome property which
is so sadly depleted by this misfor
tune. He was out at the lire, and
although from thc recent amputation
of his hand he was unable to make
any physical effort, with coolness and
pei fcct self-possession giving diecc
tions to others, and apparently thc
least excited of any man upon thc
ground. Mr. Riggs is well known as
a skillful and hard-working mechanic
who, by his own industry and honest
labor bas acquired the property which
has been so suddenly reduced Lo ashes.
Ile has the. sympathy of the public,
but with characteristic pluck lie is al
ready preparing to resume thc work
in his carriage-shop, which Business
will be carried on without serious in
I desire to express my heartfelt
thanks to thc Fire Companies and to
other citizens for the kind and strenu
ous efforts to save my buildings and
rescue my property from thc fire.
To their noble efforts I am indebted
for what remains. For thc sympathy
many have expressed to me I am
truly grateful beyond expression as
well as for the practical demonstra
tion of their interest toward, myself.
RJOTK K is hereby given thal I will
!Tj sen ni publie auction, for cindi, on
I he li rsl Munday iii December, 1S7."?. al
Oraiigeburg C. H., al the usual linn: and
plaee of legal sales, oho gray horse mule,
tho property Of Toby Jackson, mort
gaged to ('. I). Corf joh ll, and to be sold
mulei- such mortgage.
' J. J. CANNON'.
Agenl of Mortgagee.
November 10, is::. 13 -2.
Laying of thc Corner S io
Orangeburg Court House,
On Thursday November 25, I8?
?Jy virtue of a dispensation from I
Most Worshipful .tames A. Hoyt, Ora
Master?)! Ancien! Free Masonry ol Sm
Carolina. I will proceed lo lay 'he (,'
ncr .Stone of I he Court House al Oran;
burg, on Thursday next. 25th inst.
Tin: following programme will be <
The various lodges will assemble
the places designated in the circular l<
leis heretofore issued, and. as soon
opened, they will repair to the Iront
the Presbyterian Church; where the li
will he formed, al lOo'elock, A. M.. pi
ciscly. under direction of Kio. .Saine
Dibble, Marshal, and Uro. L. li. Lice
with ami lt. I?. Oeiger assistant Marshal
The procession will mureil at IO 1
o'clock, A, M.. down Russell street
Middleton, down Middleton lo Aliieli;
up Amelia tb Church, ami ii|? Church 1
Court House Square, where the proce
si?n will hah. and open ranks, for th
purpose of passing under the arch.
Thc order ol* procession will lie as fol
frayer- By "Rev. Rio. .1. Ii. Campbell
O.tc-..When Earth's foundation ll rs
Historical Sketch-?y Uro. Thomas W
(?lover. 1*. M.
Address - Ry Uro. Augustus I?. Knowl
Raising of the Corner Stone ; deposit
of coins and memorials by Ibo Treasurer.
Rro. '1'. Kohn. and low i ring ot' the Stone
to solemn music; the presentation of the
working tools hythe architect, Ibo. II.
K. li. lle.vctsoil, and the ceremony ol'
j laying thc Stone by R. W. D. D. C. M..
.lames I", l/.lar. assisted by Rros. Oliver
H. Ott. P. M.. l>. \V. CilUino, P. M., and
lian.et Livingston. 1'. M.
Ode-'.Let there be lieht."
GRAND MASTER'S ADDRESS.
Ol<-"Hail! Masonry Divin?.*'
The ladies, and the public generally,
: an- re-pec;tully inv'tcd to attend. Rro.
Theodore Kuhn, Treasurer ot Shibboleth
Lodge, No. 28, A. F. M.. will receive
coin and memorials for deposit in tin
stone, until Thursday morning, s 1-2
o'clock, when tin- deposit box will bc
.IAM KS F. IZLAR,
List. Dep. Grand Master.
SCHOOL CoMMissioskit. School
: ConinrsVuft i Phillips has I.;- 'jil seo
(Uiys miivThursday.-. and !. '? i j >? OJ
', <.'je?i u ?.?. ?'.'. M> . ?waiiumi. nub a-e on
' tho first Monday of cai i: month.
I j ?Ul, ' -/ll
-"A friend in need is a friend
indeed." Such a friend is Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup, which should bc in
every family ; it only costs 25 cents a
bottle and may save many a doctor
- Rev. Mr. Ulakely is an authorized
J agent for this paper.
I -A. W. Pinekney, of ll ra neb vii le, is
I an authorized agent tor this paper.
List of Advertised Letters for the
Mrs S M Amar. Warren Raker, .1 L
Itoseur, Richard llrak?lin, II M Brown.
Miss Luesinda Rinser, Miss I'D Rushiirt.
Mrs Mary Lee. Rachel Mel)ulice, Mrs
Mary A Miller. Dave Mitchel. Mis Callie
I'rice. Mr Benjamin Parker, I sa in Par
ker, Mrs Ida Ruling, Mrs Lericey ferry.
Miss E (J Phillips. Addersoll Raw!, ,) ll
Ratlerree..!. D B Reed. Miss E Richard
son, Miss Lore Smoke Mrs Cuasar Step
pen, S H Sullivan. Mrs M K Staley.
Mrs Kila Sccedlltaii, Marlin St rouse. N
W Pru in ph. E li Tobi is. (?cok Whet
stone, Mrs Allen Wilson. Miss Kcal Wes
ton, Israel White. Henderson White,
Miss .laue Washington, Andrew Wil
liams, Mrs Frailees Zelglar, 2.
TM i nm m amm i ? ? ?^?w-Aa u-iporacaragca
Moody and S?nkey.
FOR SPECIAL AND EXTENDED
DAILY REPORTS OF THE
CS li 10 .V X 1J 13 V 1 V >V I.
New York Daily Witness.
#5 A YEAR;
Or oui;/ GO 'Cents, Postage Paid,
FROM NOW TO Isl JANUARY, 1S7<
Cind i.AT/OX m DAUA* WITNESS.
For week emlimr Sept. 2.*?, 01.500.--Av
erage daily. 10,200.
For w eek ending Oct. .'Kl, 100,500. -A
erage daily, 17,750.
Sample 'copy of'daily and weekly HI
ness sent lice on application bv posl .
enid. Address, JOHN DOUt?ALL.
2 Spruce SI. ( Traci House), N. Y.
Wm. M. HIRD & CO.,
IMPORTERS ii Ml ill A .\ 17 TA ri'll R1% K S
Oils, White Lead,
Wmi >fir-Glass, &c
rjol Ki\f*i H?I.V,
CIIARLr.STON, So. Ca.
July 17, I'J ."?
A. Xix. i J.-ir. vs. .lohn C. Kd- j
. U< it'll S. Kdwaids, and ntliiT- ;.
l?Tl.'K ol i hu judgment heroin. I
--.ll th Hie h??'h.-i bidder. til < >r
.g < '. H.. on the first Monday iii
or next during Ibo usual hours
i ho lol Iii w 'HILT tract s of laud, viz : "
ii- about -l.'Pi aoros Cour linio <
and hounded hy lands now or j j
. nf Mellon Hush, llonry Dantz
erl Johnson and Ur. l?ales. The
lu-s?>ld in pare?is, plats of which .,
Iiown mi ijay ut sato.
US-One-third cash; balance in 1
wn year-. Creditor ^ivihgbohd \ \
t.-. ! it portion and a mortgage of J
?-cs and tu pay for papers and j
.'-"omeo. } rc. i. CAIx.
15. IS7.-.. S Sherill'O. C.
.burg C. II., nov. i2f?-l.">-2
i Dukes, ami others, ba. Kugenc
V. ?md others ?- CA K I ri ION OK
Os l'A l l"..
ii ut the judgments heroin. I
. -ell al Orangeburg C. II:, on
Monday in December noxl.
.o usual hours ol' sale :
v it plantation or tract ol' land sit;
Orangcbury enmity, nea;* the
* rebury: road leading lo C'harlcs
i\v Castle Township, ooiitainhig
moro Or les-, and bounded on
y lands nf (i. W. Hull', on the
.\ 'i ?un?s of liven Connor, south hy
ilison Connor, ?ind nu the west
. t David li. Knight, und .Jacob
-Oiiedialf cash, balance ou a
i wei vu months, purchaser idv
tnd mortgage ol the premises
the credit portion of the bilr
oy and to pay for papers and
.llice. ) rc. I. CAIN.
I. ls".. S Sherill' U. C.
' urg uov.i!Q-15-2t.
lover, administratrix, vs. T- J.
. Ci HUON TO SKI.i. KKAI. Ks
li Uf.IXVKST Cunt i:I Iis.
UK ol' the judgment heroin. I
' I at Oraiijicbiirg C. II.,on the
M. y in December next, during
.II li mrs nf -ale :
it. lut ni' land willi thc bii'dd
II. in ilie ifiiv.ii ul Orniigoburir.
si red. containing alunit four
ore or loss, and bounded un
land nf Wm. Wil.di. nu the
issell -Heel, and un ibu west
.y laud of-Chifliu, (late
v nf Thus. K Legare.)
and ofllec Xo. 5 Caw Hange,
church .-licet, now occupied
. (?Inver A- (?lover as a Law
bounded north by lol ol' S.
iii by Int ot Jolili D. Strow
y lui ul N. A. Hull, and west
street. The lot -measures
ct in depth, and about 15 feel
il . .1 -.. -ii, ....... ir ....--i, . KHliine?ioii a
; . 1 cent, pt
'i iiut:? and i :..,,;!...:.... i ??i- property,
'ni eha ?er hil', in.: I !... pei vi el: M il' pay iou
in li.ii'i.t tin; wi...;.- ol '.'?.<' t?ui
ISTti. S Sheriff ?. C.
g C. H., Iiov.?i0-15-2
R & DTBBIiE,
MEYS AT LAW.
V lt A Xii K, OitA.vaiaiuuG,
it.- Mcthiiilt.-t C lim . li.)
\\ :. REEDISH,
STICK AND ATTOR
:V AT KAW,
I L^IJLiLK, S. C.
by Dr. Bond's
willi full directions sent to
lie world. Send for pam
. ii.. IM:.\.\\. I wc I; II ixsri?,
t street, Philadelphia, Ka.
X. .?? T. WILSON.
3. WILSON & BRO.
?ale and Hetail I ?calcrs
PORTED SE GARS.
ny St.. Charleston, S. G.
:i iv i.'.-if
i*o ?NKOKM IMS KIM KN ps,
nd Ibu |.iildie generally, (hat
isposed ol Iii- entire
OOK OF LIQUORS,
ioctl ul ly solicits a continuance
?atrouage, by (lU'orhig lu (hom
?. moli? of QUICK SALES
fl LL PROFITS, ? com
url 111 ? * 111 ol
i i irai Merchandise.
ny stock i- TOO XC.MKIPd .
< I l< ?N. I i i - pi et fully ask ?t u in
of uij goods before buying else
shown free of charge.
F. A. SOHIFFLEY, j
MIOTOG 1* A. 1? II E R ,
< )i,aiij?el3Vii*jUf, S. O.,
Lntc Of CHARLESTON, S. C.,
R KSl'KCTKUl.t.Y ?NFOKMS THE PEOPLE
if ?raugcbiirg County that he has fixed
ip Hu' upper part of Hie Old Bank bulki
ng, in rear of Billi, SeoviU & Pike's, with
SKY AND SIDE LIGHTS,
md is now prepared with every conven
encc fur doing ?rood work.
A WI BR OT Y PE,
3tC., of every size, made ut the lowest
Special attention paid to copying
ind enlarging from old pictures.
There is now no necessity of sending
Ills class of w<u lc away from hoon; to be
Will remain herc for Hie Winter, and
would respectfully request lite people lo
liai 1, see ?iud judge for themselves.
November 13, 1S7.~?-l-l-.'Jin.
ONEY IH SCARCE.
Theodore Kohn & Bro
INTEND TO SELL GOODS AC
CORDINGLY AT THEIR
MAMMOTH DRY GOODS
Watching thc market closely, we
buy Gooda at llOTTOM. PRICKS,
tm.I arc enabled t<> jnake .til the ueoi'ly
happy, hy giving thom iV?or? Coo'.'
Good" for tho Kaine rttn?uiit of money
than Luc^ bought before.
Go ods for Men and Children
and Shoes, Ladies', Gents'
and Childrens' Hats,
Ami in fact everything needed by
everybody at this season.
E^" GIVE US A TRIAL. ^
T. KOHN & BRO.,
Dry Goods Emporium.
Teas ! Teas!!
The choicest in Hm world-Importers'
uiee - largest Company in America -
. tapie article-pleases everybody-it adc
totiliniially increasing-agents wanted
.very where- best inducements - don't
vaste time-senti for circular io
i:> Vesey Street, New York.
Rostoluce Box 1J^7.
Oolong, black-ID. .V.l. CO. best 70et.?
ier pound. Mixed. Grii am) Blk-bi.
it), r.n. besl rOel.s per lb. .lapatf. Uncoi
ned-( it?. 7i?. 80. 00. best gi.00 per lb.
mperial, Green-00. 70. 80. 00, liest
51.00 per lb. Voling llvson. Green-50,
io. 7(?. so. tm. 81.00. best ?1.0"? per lb.
?uiipnwdcr, Gveen-?LOO. best il MO per
b. Knglish Breakfast, Black-00, 70.
?0, lui. best ?LOO per lb,
N. I?t-.We have a specialty of Carden
. rowlli Voting Hyson ami Imperial at
??I.20, and Oolong Kxtra Choice ?1.00.
f1?'" lt "ne ?d' our agents should cali
ipon you. semi for a pound sample of
ny kind you require. Kt.close Hie
noney, anti wc will forward it to you,
?er return mail without any extra charge.
Economy is Wealth.
LADIES, SAV KYOUR COMBINGS
iud tiaVe llieui worked up at ARTHUR
L I.KWIN'S, Manufacturer of Human
( hildrens' hair cutting a speciitlty.
Oct. JJ IS7? 10 ?lu?.
r MT ??'?mn II IIIITMITWT
JOHN m. LINLEY & CO..
100 King Street, Charleston, S. C.,
A N D I MT OJI TE lt S O F
2Sro Frei(jht to Payl
No freight to Pay I '
Our prices nrc below those of any "other, dcal
cr in thc United States. No extra chargea * Tor
dray agc i boxing or freight
Wo prepay n eigh ls and deliver goods Uxv nt
any depot on the linc ol" the A'orrtl Eastern. WM?
inlngton and Columbia, South Carolina and
Charleston mid Savannah Kati Hoads; also, io
uti points ia South Carolina, Georgia and Flori
da, having di.tect water communication with
Al.I. Coons Gtwit.VXTKKt).
Always enclose thia advertisement with order
LIST or F KICKS. NO EXPENSE TO ADD?
Finest quality YoungHy serf? Tea-cpi nitty HW?
surpassed, exquisite flavor, anil otiongth.Lf 1.00
per ll?. This Tea specially reoonimcdcil. Finest
nun lily Oolong. Souchong, Gunpowder, and _
iiyaon Touu, 1*1,00 ,>ci ll?, .-H'conil (pianty Teas
s ir. per Iii. Third quailty. Tens, sold by other
dealers at $1 per lb, you "can have delivered hf
ns at riiie. jicr ll). Crushed Sugar 13c. per lb.";
powdered Sugar 12c per lh : granulated A.
Sugar Iii", per Hi.; extra C Sug.-ii-, 10c. per
Iii.: ? tililied i'.rown Sugar, loci? per lb. Lin
ley's Peerless Family Elouir. our own lirand
made iVoin Pest Virginia Wheat-ran elegant
article-an lbs, for .*i.or fi? per barrel, Hood
Family Flour, '?1 His tor il, or $7.r>u per biirreL
Extrn'CliOiun Finely Flavored Hagged llama,
ldc.; Good Hums, Hie, per lb. Extra Cholc?
Breakfast strips, msc peril?. Choice Tumbler
.lollies, huge size, lase. each. 2 lb' Canned
Tomatoes, Hie each; :i lb Canned Tomatoes, 10c
each. I lb. Salmon, 18c. per cnn; 21b. Canned
Pino Apple, Peaches, Damsons, nnd Pears, ?<e<
per can-0 cans tor 1.30., liest Huality Mixed
Vinegar Pickles-phils, 17c. quarts, 27c cneli;
gallons, 00c each. Condensed Milk Eu
reka, and Eagle lirand. 'Jae. each. Qantas
Scafoam, 1-2 lb- 25?i ; lbs. 50 cents, per
eau. Lemon Sugar, 40c. per can. Doo
ley's Yeast Powder. 15, 2."), 40c. per can.
Kiiglish Cooking Soda.or Package Soda,
10c. per lb. ] Boxes Sardines, 20c.;l-2
boxes Sardines, ?loe. each. Sbadiues. 1-4
boxes. 515c. each, (.'ox's Sparklin Gela
tine, 20c per piick. Capers. 40o. ; Olives
50c: Worchestcrshire, Walnut and
Mushroom Sauce?, genuine imported 40c.
per bottle. Imitation French Mustard,
20c. Genuine French Mustard, 25c.
French Prunes, 15c. Baisins. 20c. Cit
ron. -H). Currants. 10c. Cheese, 20c.
Full weight Candles, hist quality, '?.'le
pe l lb. Baker's Chocolate, 45c per lb
Cocoa, ?dc, per lb. tironui, GOe. per lb.
Cern?an Chocolat?, 30c. per lb. Ordi
nary lUo Cotice, 4? His for $1 ; choice II?O
Co llec, 4 lbs. (or 81; chotee Laguaia
Coll?e. :> 1-2 His. fur 81 ; Old Govern
ment Java Collei 1-. tor 1 : lloastt-d
and Ground . Idillonal, cacti
grade. Dm. . ' -ii !!'-. lor
81. Sa:in (il "5c. per box.
Corn Starch. ! '?? por pack. Box Blue
ing. .'.'>'. j M?.' di . lt ey ':' 1 2c fn-V
,!?. j.i .... Sutokhig ll?bac?o. 05. per
lal tin's Celebrated Gilt- Edge liut
por lb; ' ?len 1 hiislion Buttert
lb '..H1 fable I.i.:i?jj^(?o. pet1
Itj i ul --- Soda 1:1 lb-, for 81 : E.
' mou. ? . me, (.inger ll lui
lintier, at 15c per lb,; Nie Naes, 18c;
Paney Cakes. 25c. per lb. Black Pep
per, 30c. per lb.; Nutmegs, 15c. per
ounce; Mace, 15c. per ounce; Ginger.25c
l>er lb. li?se and Vanilla Fiat Slick Ca iPfty.
a line article, 25c. per lb; Ordinary Blick
Cundy, pure, 20c per lb; Hock ('audy
any color, 22c. per lb. Colgate's Toilet
Soap-(JO diHerent kinds, a speciality of
ours, at manufactures prices-from 25c.
to 81.00 per dozen cakes. Colgate's
Handkerchief Extracts, 50c. per bottle.
Cashmere Hoquet. Powder, 25c. per box.
Cleveland's Pomade Vaseline, a Restora
tive unequalled for thc hair. 20c. per
bottle. Old Corn Whiskey. 81.80 per gal
lon. Eye Whiskeys, 91,00, 83,00, and
$4.00, per ?rall?n. Ill nek berry and Cher
ry Cordials, a pleasant drink, 81,80 per
gallon. Tabb: Port, and Sherry Wine,
82.50 per gallon. Fine Old Madeira, $4,
00 per gallon. English and Scotch Ale,
porter; bottled. 2.70 per dozen. Bremen'
Lager Beer, bottled, 82.70 per dozen.
Demijohns for Liquors, extra 1-2 gallon
30e, ; gallon. 55c : 2 gallons, 00c. ; 3 gal
ga??ons, 75. ; 5 gallons, 81.00 each'
A very Extensive Assortment of Crock
ery and (?lassware always on hand.
Plates-Dinner size, $1.50 per dozen;
Breakfast' 81.25; Desert $1,00; Tea, 85c
per dozen. Cups and Suae.crs, 81.00 per
set. Covered Dishes. 65c. 75c, and 81,
00 each. Tumblers, CO.. 75., $1.00. $1.25
and 81.50 per dozen. Table Goblets,81,
20. 81.50. 82.00. 82.50, and 83,00 per
dozen. Wine Glasses 81.00 per dozen
Lamp Chimney's Sun O und A's, 4 ,v?r'
25c; B's y for 25c. Student or Arg
Chimneys 3 for 25c. Numborles arti.'. -
unmentioned, information cheerfully
given- Our linn was established in
1807. and our business reputation ami
facilities arc of the highest order. Wo
will do nil we promise. All orders
.-honld bc addressed to
JOHN W. LINLEY tC Co.,
(Key Box IS L) 100 King Street
CHAIM.HUTON, S. C.
CANVASSERS wanted for two
superb works ol French art. "Little Bull
au ay and her Pets." and the pretty pair'
"Tho Dinner, and the Nap." These
pictures an; toort/'// OJ* a )>luc<: bl coslli/
homes und inexpensive enough for the
simplest. Sclliny rapidly, anti TAKE ON
SIGHT. Wc guarantee ready sales, good
piotits. and quick returns. ADJ* active
person who will take hold eau make a
handsome, income, ."?end for our best
terms at once.
d. B. FORD & Co..
27 Park Place, New York*
A U t i V ST U SJ H. K N ( ) WI .TO N, '
Ilia ucl -A-gent^
Thc undersigned lins opened lin oflicc forth?
s.\l. K of I, A XII,
Persons having UR?L ESTATE to dispose of
will do well toroglstor tho ennio for sale.
Large farms subdivided and sohl in citticr
large nv .-malt parcels.
Coed tarais for sale at from two to Ovo. dollars,
pe?-awe, on easy terms.
AUG?SIT S lt. KNOWLTON,
1,1?' OifingcbutgC.II., S.C?