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STEPHEN B. feTvLESj,
EDITOR AND ftUSlNESS\M\NAGER
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN Tr!E tf^tJNTY.
1:0.,. Rr<? o?*e ?l tcoy rcfipautriblcfor the\vleW9
or opinions 0/ our CorrcKpoudcnta. \
Our friends wiidiing to have advertisement*
Inserted in the 'TIMES, must hnnd them in by
Tuesday morning, 10 o'clock.
Hencoiortlli nil legal Advertisements
of County Interest, whether Notices or others
will bo published for the benefit of our leadere
whether they are paid for .or not.
THE rOLITICA L FUTURE
Of our State seems to bo rather brighter
to day than it has been since the war; and,
in this connection, it is particularly pleas
ing to anticipate the downfall of carpet
haggism with all the poisoning falsehoods,
with which it has imbued our politics.
The last. boom of the cannon had
scarcely died away before they invaded
our prostrate State like tho cursed grass
hoppers of old, in Egypt. Almost every
planter who had refugced in the upper
country, on his return to his property iu
the lower portion of the State, found one
or more of the creatures located there;
and, in most instances, it was very diffi
cult to get rid of them at all. In no case
did they leave, before thoroughly setting
tho negroes at enmity to their former
roasters. Upon being forced to leave,
they generally took up their abode iu the
nearest village, where they have been
living ever since by private intrigue and
The best of them is but a low order of
animals, from tho fellow who pampers
to your laborer, and steals rice and cotton
by moonlight for liquor, to Nilos G. Par
ker and Robert K. Scott; most notable
are they as being political pests, and
founders of Radicalism, and scalawngcry.
Onang'ebtjrg, S. C. Mar. 30,1874.
Editor Orangtburg Times: #
The dawn of another political cam
paign is breaking upon us, the result of
which will either work to the benefit ofour
people, and rid them of the corruptions
of the day, or sink the old ship of State
deeper into that abyss of infamy and
shame which already covers her bleeding
body. It is true that for the past five or
six years wc have been in a position which
rendered us powerless to help ourselves.
All we could do was to summon all the
patience and forbearance wc could com
mand, and bear up under the evils that
ground us down,?yield a strict obedience,
no matter how unwillingly, to the behest
of the powers that rule but to disecrnto
to tho most ignoble ends positions of trust
and honor. Our money has been exacted
from us with undeviating promptitude
by the tax-gather; the lnst penny of the
widow and the orphan, the blood earn
ings of povcrtj and hunger, have been
taken and squandered with as little re
morse of conscience, by unscrupulous office
holders, as one would feel for the taking
of the life of a mad dog. Numbers of
parties in my neighborhood, have bnd to
sell their last cow, and "yard shoato," iu
order to raise money to contribute to the
support of a government which renders
them nothing in return for their obedi
ence to its laws but oppression and yearly
demands for more money! Quant aud
fqualid forms, of penury and want now
linger around the threshold where,there
was. once an abundance of this world's
goods, and iVuscry makes cheerless and
comfortless the hearthstone lately a joyous
scene of earthly happiness.
The question is: Who is responsible
for these mighty changes? Who to blame
for making sorrow ami shame handmaids
of more than one cabin ofour country;
famine and poverty the laboring mnn's
guests at tablo, and dispair his bedfellow?
I answer the robber-band of Moses,
H?ge, Cnrdozo, and their companions in
The helpless and innocent babe of the
workingman frequently has to suffer for
want of attention and proper nurishmenl,
because the cow is sold for taxes which
supplied (be milk Lhat fed it, while the
more fortunate offspring of the thieves of
Columbia, the cnormitj of whoso sins
even seem? to infest the very atmosphere
of that place with a moral virus, fares
sumptuously every day, numbering in
their paraphernalia "wet nurses," warm
clothes, spring rocking cribs, and every
(hingelse conducive to the speedy growth
But as I said above, the beginning of
another political campaign is upou in,
and au opportunity is again afforded to the
voter? of tho State, whichdf wisely taken
hold of, will end iu bringing about a
better era of feeling between all classes,
and of a more general prosperity. It is
certainly time that wo should do some
thing to alleviate the deplorable condition
of our country,?a condition, I admit,
brought upon us in part by the impru
dent suilenness of the whites iu refusing
to^receede from their position of hostility
to a\ government which proclaimed itself
mnBtey 0f tho situation by tho stern
arbi trainmen t of war, and their refusal to
take office vat the hands of colored voters.
But the everk^s oftho last six years ought
to be sufficient-,to couvince the most big
oted of impractical politicians of tho un
soundness of the V<ipws which made
them, hold aloof from ta\kiug part iu tho
management of their, Stove, und of tho
foliy and down-right imbecility of thcr
course. The colored people uro not to
blame for the crimes whicnL mado thq ,
government of South CarolinaV disgrace
to civilization. When the rightV1* voting
and holding office | was first giv?n theiu,
they sought their old masters ii? "P^hy
cases.askcd them for advice,and *"cr^ re
fused. Unskilled in politics, it ^vflrper
fectiy natural that they should apply to
the carpet-uapc adventurer, ever ready to
give counsel, x nd be governed by him.
They?theco ored people?were ignorant
and have been fooled That's a ix. And
the old leaders of the State must share
their part of the responsibility along with
the carpet bagger for this error on the
part of pur colored fellow citizens.
The platform put forth by the last State
Convention, written by the plausable
T. J. Mackey, was replete with p'edges
which, had they been kept, we should
have had no cause for complaint. But
how have the officers elected upon said
platform kept their promises ? How have
they kept their faith ? Only in one single
instance, and that was in the repeal of
the odious license law. Therefore we
should not allow ourfielves to be fooled
again. No confidence can be put in the
words of the men who rule South Caro
lina. They are living, moving, breath
ing degraded mafses of animated dust,
cultivating ?nly that part of human na
ture which. prompts one to yield himself
up to rapine and the meaner passions of
Who is Moses? Ho went 'into office
poor; he is now rich! There are some
crimes made venial by tho occasion, and
temptations which nature cannot .'orbenr,
but Moses has not scrupled to commit
any crime, or resisted one temptation in'
the catalogue of sin. He will leave his
offico in next November rich; but. with a
stain upon his heart and stigud upon his
name?a conkerworm which all the splen
dor of his royal mausion and ill-gotten
wealth cannot lull or blot from the minds
of the people.
? Who is Cardozo? Oue tini; I believe,
a meek and lowly follower of Christ; one
time an bumble school master; one time
Secretary of State, and now Treasurer of
South Carolina! He doesn't preach any
more, and spells pray with an t. Through
all the above gradations, from minister
to Treasurer, he increased both in wealth
and physique; is dubbed the turkey-fed
office holder, with the air a Jupitor nnd
the dignity of a Mackbeth. Like Moses,
he forgets at times the eighth Command
Who is H?ge? one time a Democrat;
one time associate Justice of the Supreme
Court; one time Congressman; one time
a defeated office seeker, and now Conp
troler General! He succeeded Ncagle.
and expects to have a bridge before his
term of offico expires; was poor not long
ago, but now sports fine horses, carriages,
diomonds, lives in a large mansion, nnd
has his coat sleaves cut short in order
to show his white cuffs held together
by buttons of enormous size. Ho leaves
them home when he goes in the country
Theso facts ought to be enough to
arouse the people to action. ].of. all good
men join hands together, and work for
the common good of our common country.
Moses and his ring are at wnrk now lay
ing schemes, and if honest men of all
parties arc caught napping the theives
will ngain triumph. Let them rememher
that all is to be feared where o much is
to be gained! Keep an eye, then Mr.
Editor, on Moses, Cardozo and H?ge.
"Watch them 1 as you would watch the wild
' boar when
He make* against you in the hunter's gap?
Like him they must lie speared. *
The Supreme Court of Mississippi ha9
nffimed the legitimacy of children bom
of marriages between white a id colored
California nnd Pennsylvania legisla
tors seem likely to agree on 61000 a hqz
sion as compensation for serving in tho
General Asse aid ly,
To tho Stockholders of tho South Cnro-.
liimR. R. and .Business merchant* ?f
Charleston S. C. Tho election ofV^esi
dent and Directors ofsaid road in s jy1' at
hnnd it behoves you all to make f 3U4*"
cious selection for a new Dirp^orship
who vill inaugurate a, new sfstem of
management with a new Prcswent and
officers who con do their o\\/ work at
resonablo salerys and see t)M all officers
bo dispenced with (which*? mauy) and
another unncssary exr-ncobo stopped-i
the old board or rin* will not resign or
caunot bo induced nmke a reforma
tion in tho mantgemetitof e^id *^*Mi?r
let the Stockholders restrict their expen
diture of ea^'ngs of said road by resolu
tion or oth^w'80 *o a certain amount so
as to 8aveenoll?" to l)a5" on" au interest
and re'^en> tnc stock or pay dividens
whiok can bo done with such nett earn
ings u-s have been for the ysar 1873 over
capences of $576,465,32, as reported iu
(lie Commercial advertiser of March 1st
1874. A. STOCKHOLDER.
Some of the Western politicians are
talking about running Cen; Gordon for
ill ? ?
To Raise SurrLiHB for the Town of
OrANGEBURG, $. C, for the FlSCAL
year BEGINNING Al'RIL 1, 1874, AND
a BILL to REGULATE LICENCES.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Town Coun
cil .of Orangeburg and it is hereby ordained by
the authority of the Bame, that tae following
Taxe" bo and are hereby assessed and levied,
for fiscal year beginning April lHt A. D. 1874
at and after the following rates, that ie to say.
1st at the Rite of one tenth per centum on the
assessed value of all real estate, lying and being
witbiu the corporate limits of Orangebnrg 8. C.
including every building or other improve
ments on land under lease from bodies corporate
or individuals, for any term ol years.
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained that even
person firm, company, or corporation, engaged. I
in any trade, business or profession hereinafter
mentioned ?ball obtain, on or before the 1st day
of April A. D. 1874, a licence therefor in a man
First: those commencing business after the
1st of April A- D. 1K74, shall obtain n licence
before mt-.-ring upon that business.
Second: every person, firm, company or cor
poration required by this ordinance to obtain
a licence to engage in trade business or profes
sion for which a licence is required shall regis
ter with the Town Cl*rk or his assistant Ins or
her name cr style,nnd in case of a firm or com
pany their names or styles of such linns or com
panies and their place of business.
'Third: their trade business or profession for
which a licence in required.
Fourth: the place where Hiich trade business*
or profession ia to be carried on: all of whieh,
and answers to questions relative to which
shall bo given uno^r oath.
Sec. 3. if any per.'-oh or persons i?hidl exer
eise or carry on any trade business or profes
sion for the* exercise, carrying on or doing, of
which a licence is required by thin ordinance;
without talcing out such licence by this ordi
nance, without as in thai beha.f required, he,
she, or they shall, besides bring l.'ible for the
payment of .the licence bo subject.to a penalty
not exceeding twenty dollars to be h"t^ for and
collected in any court of competent jurisdiction:
one fourth of the penalty, after deducting' ex
pellees of prosecution, to be paid to the penOi
who first informs of (lie matter and tilings
whereby the penalty is recovered: the other]
three fourths to the benefits and uses of tin
Sec. 4. in every licence to lie taken out under
or by authority of this ordinance shall be con
tinued and set forth the purpose* trade business
or profession for which such licence is granted
and the name ami place of business of the per
son or persons taking out the same.
Sec. 5. the Town Clerk and assessor shall
prepare a proper a licence to be issued iu each
case which licence shull be kept by tho person
receiving the same in a conspicuous place as
the Town Clerk may direct. *
SEC. (5. a licence granted on and after the 1st
day of April .A. 1). 1X71 shall continue in force
until the 1st dav of April A. D. J875 and all
licences granted after the 1st day of April A.
I). 1874 shall be issued upon the payment of a
rateable proportion of tho whole amount of
money imposed for such licence provided, how
ever, that no licence be granted for less than
three months, though the time to the end of
the year be less than that.
Sec. 7. each licence granted shill ba dated
on the first day of the month in which the lia
bility therefor accrue, and tho amount to be
paid therefor shall l.o computed therefrom,
until the end of the year. And every person
exercising or earring on any trndc business or
profassion shall keep said licence iu their pos
session and unless they shall do so. shall be
deemed and taken to have no licence, nnd it
shall be the duly of the Town Marsha 1 and
dctcotlvc force to report any violation thereof.
Sec. 8. upon tho removal of any person or
persons from the house or premises at which
the trade business or profession mentioned in
Rich was authorized,it may and shall be lawful j
for the Town Clerk to authorize by endorse- J
ment of such licence the person removing m
aforesaid to any other place in the corporation,
to carry on the trade husihosi or profession
speceficd in such licence at the place to which
such person mav have removed.
Sec t>. for a licence to carry on any trade
business or profession herein after mentioned
shall be paid to the Towx Clerk or Trcasurnr
viz. retail Apothecaries $|0,(0 Amhrotypliists
$3,00 Architects $3,00 Auctioneers $?,?? D*?
gucrrian Artists $3,00 Agencies for Fire and
Life ItiMirence Companies each $10,00 and for
all other agencies by other than regular licen
ced merchants for each member carrying on
the agency $5|00 Hanks or their branches $5.00
Retail dealer 111 goods wares and merchandise
(excluding distilled spirits) whose'Annual sales
arc not over 510,000 and under $5,00, Those
whose Annual sales are over $10,000 and under
$30,000, $10,00, those over $30,000, if 15,00,
Dentists each $5,00, Printing offices $5,00 Law
yers each $?,00, Barbers each $2,00, Tailors
$2 00 Drays Wagons Omnibusses ami Cnrriuges
who haul for hiro each $3,00 Circuses each per
day to be paid heforoexhidition $25,00 Menage
ries each per day $10,00 Practicing Phvsicinns
each $5,00, Peddlers per month $10,00" Huck -
sters $3,00, per yenr, Cabinet makers $2,00
wholesale Liquor Dealer $50,00^ (Every per
son firm or corporation whose business it i$ to
sell distilled spirits fermented liquors or wines
of any kind in quantities of one quart and over
(dialI be regarded as wholesale liquor dealers)
retail Honor .dealers or Hat Booms $75,00
(whose business it is to sell distilled spirits fer
mented Honors or wines of and kind by the
I glass or otherwise shall be termed retail liquor
dealer*) Hotel? $3,00, Boarding Houses private
$3 00, Bakeries $3,00, Millinery $3,00, Saddle
and b ar>u^"' maker* and repairers of same $2,00
''J5oot"and Shoe makers $2,00, Carriage and
Wheelwright shops $5,00 Turners $3,00 Jew
eler* nnd Watch and Clock repairers $3,00.
Master Mechanics $2,00, Tinnors $3,00 Billiard
Tables $10,00, each. Gun Smiths, $2,00, Steam
GristMills that grind for toll $6,00 Black
Sec. 1 (). be it further ordained that all male
inhabitants of tho Town of Orangcburg between
the ages of 18 and 55 yearn liable to Boad duty,
shall oesubject to a coaipound Tax of 1,00
each which said Tax ?liull be appropriated to
the uses and improvements of the corporation.
Sec. 11. be it futher ordained, that Hucksters
licences shall not be liable to any deduction on
account of the time in which such licence shall
Sue. 12. be it further ordained that any per
son failing to make a correct return of Beal
K*fate in c ompliance with Tax notice published
then the Town Clerk Bhall bo empowered to
assess the same.
Sec. 13. be it further ordained^ that all ordi
nances or part of ordinances levying a Tax or
prescribing the mode or time of returning or
or paying *ihu same or any other regulation in
relation thereto are thereby continued in full
force and effeet so far as the same arc not in
conflict with the provisions of this ordinance.
Sec. 14. be it further ordained that all Town
Taxes on Beal Estate and licence* required un
dei this ordinance shall be payable within
forty days from the 1st day of April A. D.
1874. All Taxes unpaid after the expiration
of that time shall be subject to an additional
Tax of Twenty per centum on licences and,
Ten per centum on Beal Estate.
Sec. 15. be it further ordained that the fiscal
year shall begin on the 1st day of April A. D.
Sec. 15. be it further ordained that this ordi
nance Bhall remain in force until amended or
Skc. 17. be it further ordained that all ordi
nances or part of ordinances-militating against
this ordinance be and the same are hereby
repealed. J. W. MOSELEY,
T. D. WOLFE, Clerk.
Batificd on the 23rd day of March A. D. 1874.
By virtnre of Sundry Executions to me direc
ted, I will sell to the highest bidder, at Oranc
bnrg C. II., on the FlItST MONDAY in
April next. FOB CASH, all the Bight,
Title and Interest of the Defendants in the
following Property, yszi
All that tract of hind in Orangcbnrg County
containing 100acres more or les*, hounded by
lauds of T. C. Williams, J. C. Fanning,-"
Eppi ig and W. L. Tyler, levied on as t'c
property of Nathan Porter at the suit of Crane,
1 Jo vision & Co.
1. One lot of land containing 3 ?eres more or
less, on Sunny Side in the Town of Oraiigeburg,
I bounded by lands of A: Webster, Abrain Martin
2. And one other lot in said town, formerly
B. D. Clark's brickyard, on West Bide of Bail
Swamp Head, hounded South bv -Street
and North and West by Estate lands of W. B.
Trcailwell. dee'd. Levied on as the property
of It. I), ( lark at the suit of Lcocadia Hall. Bv
consent of Mrs. Metrrrva T. Chirk these lauds
will be sohl free of dower.
-One- Sam- Mill on Iligbhi'I Creek artd Tim
ber on u Tract of land of 080 acres udj<tfui;ig.
Levied oil as the property of Peter a. Uuyck
at the suit of Thomas M/lCav^lcr.
1. One tract of land in Vance's Ttiwjvdnp,
' containing 540 acres more tr le*s( Iwumdoi l?y
Smitce Hiver and lands now orialclv of Diiiiicl
yimhl, Win. II- Hull, Daniel I). Dautzler and j
2. And one other tract, known as Mun.scn
land, in none Town*ldp, ccntainiiig 448 acres,
iu<>ru or less, lumuded by lands now or lately of
.Daniel Fiudd, Augustus Fludd. Estate of Sam'l
A. lMderniid Wiu.il. Hull. Levied on ns>
!<Iic property of Jacob Dantxlcr at jtUe suit oS
B. W- Bali1??, Guardian.
a I ?so
One tr.u t of/and confainrng -KW acres more
or less, hounded by bind>< e>t BoskH Keller,
Richard Evans, h. DanUlcr and ./. Gr Uli in.
Levied on as the property of Davftt Knill M tint
suit of B. W. Hates, Guardian*
1. All that plantation or trart offalifTcontain
ing 410 acres more or less, on Caw Caw Swunji'
waters of North Edisto Biver, botmdea by
lands now or lately of O. Fa mum, Andrew
Iuabinet, II. C* Wannamr.ker, I. S. K. Ltgan
and Est. P. Hook.
2. AH that lot or parcel of land in the Town
of Orangcburg known as lot No. 28 on a plat of
i the lots sold ns Estate of S. Peach, fronting
nnd measuring on Market Street 42ft. 8 ins. and
running back 271 feet, t a ml bounded by lands
now or lately of Jas. Harley, Belton Belterson
and J. S. Bowman.
3. All that tract or parcel of land containing
124 ncrei more or less, hounded by binds now
or lately of Ahrain Cook, J. S. C. Huffman,
Ben'j Thompson nnd D. Cook.
1. All that plantation or tract of land con
taining 220 acres more or less, bounded by
lands now m lately of W. S. Dudley ami L.
Wisscabunt, J. U'dey, Est of Beach,"Mrs* John
son nnd others.
5.-All that lot or parcel of land in the Town
of Orangeburg, East of tho Builroad. bounded
by lands now or lately of F. DcMars, P. Doyle
and homestead of Tbos. Bay.
0. All that plantation or tract of land contain
ing 590 acres, more or leas, bounded by lands
now or lately of L. E. D. Bowman, David
Connor, D. Weimer and Wm. Summer;.
7. AM that plantation or tract of land con
taining 185 acres more or less, bounded by
lands now or lately of J. S. C. Huffman, Arte
mus llicken baker. Gosper Inabnet, II. L. Bick
8. All that plantation or tract of land contain
ing 135 acres* more or legs, bounded by lands
now or lately of J. D. D Fairy, F. W. Fojv, J.
W* II. Dukes, Andrew Berry and Colin Metts.
0. And all that other tract of land on Little
Pen Branch containing 227 actcs more or less,
bounded by lands now or lately of Andrew Ber
ry, James Bbodes, O. IL Ott, and??Edwards.
Lovicdnr. as the property ofTbnd. K. Saspor
tas at the suit of George Boliver.
One Buggy. Levied on as the property ofj.
J. Weedard si the sai; of Hart & Go, and
At Lcwlsville on Tuesday the 7th all the
: i or!; of Merchandise in the store of Geissen
hcimer. levied on at th?? suit of Paul Ibdane
By virtue of a warrant on Crop Lien from
Geo. Boliver, C. C. P., I will sell for cash, on
first Monday in April next, at Orangcburg C. H.
1 Bain of Cotton ami about 50 bushels Cotion
Seed. Seized as Crop of George A. Green, on
Lien executed to W. Walter Smith.
Sheriffs Ollice, ) E. I. Cain,
Orangeburg C. H., S* C., Y S. O, C.
Match 18th, 1873. J
mar :! I 3t
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UN I.
TED STATE M- the Eastern Dsi.
trict of South Carolina?In Bnakruntcy4 1
?In the matter of William P. Witt
Bankrupt,?To whom it may Concern:
The undersigned hereby give notice of his
nppointmeet ns Assignee of Willinm P.
Witt, of Orangoburg, in the County of
Orangeburg and State of South Carolina
within said District, who has becnadjudg:
ed a Bankrupt upon his own petition by
the District Court of said Dristrict.
Dated 23rd day of March, A. D. 1874.
C. B. GLOVER.
OIHJL.S and BOYS
AT THE NEW FAIK BUILDING.
TERMS PER MONTH.
Primary Department.... $1;50
English with classics.$1.00
JAMES S. HEYWARD,
Jan 8 1874 tf
JOHN A HAMILTON,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A SLTPLY OF
AT I. A N Tl G M A PES
Peruvian ? Guano,
At lowest market rales for Gush.
JOHN A. HAMILTON
Mnv 29, IS7JJ 1"> tf
* ??.?- - j
THE Subscriber ?fters for sale th.
well-known, Plantation "MK'ant's
Villa, situated in Or.tiigebitrg CuWnty,
I iiliecn milf> thvet a-t of the Court House,
i o>? the live notch Road, containing Heyen
hundred and Ii!*:;,--;'1? veh neres, more or
loss, with the privilege of two hundred
acres more, recently conveyed to ?iy sou.
The latter place having Oil it a singh i
story dwelling, four moms, one (irc-plm
I kitchen, .-dulde, burn, ?.Ve., niid about
I twelve or fifteen ti cress cleared lnml.
On the larger place is
EIGHT K(K)?f v
FIRE-PLACE in wicli,
I * GIN HOUSE
And every vther building necessary
oil a well-settled plantation; Fencing in
very good condition. For further par
ticulars apply either to Mo*;*, Izlar &
Dibble, Orangcburg V, II., ?S. C, or to
the undersigned at JMeCnnt's Villa, Or
angcburg County, S. 0.
J. C. EDWARDS.
March G, 1873 8 lainOm
For Cheap Tobacco,
At 8 plugs for $1.00
At 9 plugs for $1.00
Go to stor.e of
John A. HAMii/roar.
4 Sot?hertTHouse: '
GBO S KACKBR'S
DOORS, S A 8H And
King, Opposite Cannon Street,
Chnrlestoo, S. C.
Thconly house of the kind in thwCity owned
and luannged by a Cai-olinian.
A Largo Stook always on hand, and sold
at 20 per cent, less than Northern prices.
Geo. S. Hacker
Oliarlcston. 8- C
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Send ftr.Price Li*t~
L H. HALL a CO.
ilinufjtturert A 2/tvfrv.
?.?,<?, 8,7/7. M<xrhct Street*
235, Jtsst P,*y,
C/'AStE&TOMf S. C.
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I in tbc year IST", by f, II. H.-iji & Co^ in the
1 offic?? of the librarian of Comgrcs?, nt Wa*l>
The recent test of Plr?-Proof Safes
by the Englrsh Government proved
- the superiority of Ahum Filling-. No
other Safes filled with ' -1>
Alum and Pla^iMtf-Fwrts-,
266 Broadway, N. Y?,
721 Chestnut St., Phlla,
H. O. STOX.X*. ?gt.^
Wholesale and Retail Dealers*. in,
AT Tlill OLD STAND,
287 KING STREET.
HAVING made arrangements to continue
the business lately conducted by the firm
of BTOLL, WEBU&Oo., I respectfuly inform
my friends and customers of ?rangeburg
county that I have now in store a large affiorti
nient of 'goods, l>ougnt for cash, during the
Panic, which I am offering as low as any
House in the city. Thanking my friends and
customers for the patronage- so liberally be
stowed uiioii the old firm. 1 hopo by strict a t-j
tendon to business to merit a continusnce oa
the same. I iritf adhere stririlu to Ike one prier
Hi C. RTOLL, Agent,
Successor to Stoll, Wcbl) & Co., 287 King
Street, Charleston) S C,
Nov. 13, lb'73 GO 8m.