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VOLUME y[_ SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4J87^. 18T\ NUMBER 40
JUST opened one door
Dr. A. C. Duke's Drug Store,
L3?. Gr. CAJNTOjNT
Who will keep
constantly on hand
a FULL and COM
PLETE stock of
OoodH ot every description.
AIho all kinds* of Repairing: done
on the shortcut notice to Gun*, Pistols,
Locks, Umbrellas, and
Done up and Adjusted.
g?JTAM goods and work warranted to
give entire satisfaction in quality work
xaannhip and price*
Thanking my friends for past patronage
I h?pe to merit a continnncc of the same
in the future. P. C. CANNON.
'm sept 2S 1878 ly
I am now giving
^tfiS^^-'Uttf^ mv p E Kg ON* A L
ATTENTION to inj 1'usincMof
And will guarantee that tuy work in tke
future shall he aaUOOD as in the past forty
years that I have been in lh* business.
KF.DIXKn MY 1*RICKS
To SUIT the TIMES, and iT you will call
on me I will guarantee that my Chargen and
work will give full SATISFACTION.
I am now prepared (o manufacture the
I) K XT ER SP It IISGZBI' <G V
Which for coin fort and ease cannot he ex
Const an'lr on hand ROSE WOOD and
Of all ni/ea. (Jive me a cull.
sept 31 Um
For Ulli suor.itV C'uro of s>t~ln?l W??ko.M, l.nat
IdanllOOn ana all ai?ori1r>rm hmufhi mu h> Indis
cretion or new. Anv hrui ciM h?? the Inar*
!>?-. W. J\*\VKH Sc CO., So. 1U
rr?( JBIxtb slrarU Cincinnati. O.
apr'l 27 ly
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j^fT^x A Lecture on I be IVa
"* '?"j^fc* tnre, Treatment, and Radical
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Involuntary Emissions, Im potency Nerv
te::? Debility, and Impediments to Marriage
generally; Consumption, Epilepsy, and
Fits; Mental and Phvsical Incapacity, Ac.?
By KOltEltr J. CULVEUWELL* M. D.,
author ot thu ''Green liook," Ac*
The wot Id-renowned author, in this ad
mirable Lecture, clearly proves from his
own experience that the awful consequences
of Self-Abuse may be effectually removed
without medicine, and withe ut dangerous
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rings, or cordials; pointing out a mode of
eure at once certain and eflieetnal, by which
every stillerer, n<> matter what his condition
may be, tnav cure himself cheaply, private
ly jnd radically.
tfex?"" This Lecture will prove a boon to
thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal, in a plain en velepe, to
any address, on receipt of six cents, or
two postage .tamps.
Address the Publishers,
THE CULVERWELLf MEDICAL CO.
-11 Ann St., New York; Post Office Box 4686
may 4 ly
BUrlN H AM'S
WARRANTED BEST it CHEAPEST.
Also, MILLING MACHINERY.
PRICES REDUCED AHL 20, '7a
i ami'hlnto free. ?lfl?, YcBI. lt
I>R. 11. F. MUCKEXFUSS has
moved his Office over store of Win. Wil
cock, formerly occupied by I>r. Fersner
where he will he glad to serve his friends
on the most reasonable terras.
DR. B. F. MUCK EN FUSS, Dentist,
sept 23 td
The undersigned respectfully informs the
Citizens of the Town and Connty that he is
prepared to do up and make Mattresses on
the shortest notice. Also will conduct an
Upholstery business. Prices will be as low
as possible. Orders solicited.
junt. 9 tf
sad Morphin? baklteorsd.
Th*OrlKlnal ?n.t ?nl? ?Mol.l?
Cr SU *nn< nuBf for ?uol od
OplM K*tll|. I* W. S. Hi Of a.
W.rlbUlt,?. Ur.tr.? C*.. 1*4.
apt 'I 27 yl
By virtue of an execution to mc directed,
I w.ill Hell nt Orangeburg, CJ. II., 8. C.? on
the first Monday in Jhnuary next, during
the IcgnlUhoiirP of sale, for cash, all that
plantation or tract of land situated on
Sandy Run, containing fix hundred (600)
acres, more or less, and bounded on the
North by lands of Widow Huff, Kant by
lands of Lovick Bair, South hv lands of
R. J. Huff and Went by lands of Peter
Home plaeo nfSnilta hundred (900) acres,
more or lens, hounded North by lands of
Fred Edward?, East by lands of Peter
Shuler, South by lands of william Grimes
and West by lands of Melton Berry.
Two lots in the town of Branch ville.
measuring about two hundred feet square,
bounded on the North by lands of .1. D. I).
Fairy, East by Main Street, South by
Edward Street, and WH by Barton Street.
Levied on a* the property of Nathan 0.
W'heUUnne as Ex'r of Richard Edwards
dtceased, at the suit of Lewis M. Ott an
Guardian of Ahrain J. L. and . human O.
Edwards and others.
All that plantation or tract of land situ
ated lying and being on Ooodland Swamp,
containing forty-four (4-t ?itch, mure <>r
less, and bounded by lands of Dr. (j. A.
Oldmnn, S. .1 11 eat hing ton and others.
Levied on the property of M K. Ma-ton ?V
and Son. at the mit of Robert Ilojgfa 2nd
Sons and T. M. Bristoll & Co.
All that plantation or tract ofland in
Cow Castle Town-hip. containing six hund
red and forty-six (Ol1?) acre*, more or less,
and bounded on the North by Eourho'es
Swamp, East by lands Oi*lacob Rieken
kst:cr South i.J '.?re;n Mr-r-., W est bv
lands of Augustus .Myers. Levied on as the
property of Oaniel R. Bell, ttul, i.i the suit
<f Henry Adden.
All that plantation or tract of land con
taining seven hundred and fifty five acre,
more <>r leas, hounded North by lands now
or lately of Catharine Kralic, East bv
Si.utoe River, South and West by lands now
or lately of II. Magrilt. Levied oh a* tha
property of Ftdix Bush, rf ?/, at the sail of
)o.iah U. U'ay mid others.
By virtue of Sunrlrv Execution, to me
lireeted I will sell at the "Spring Grove"
Plantation ><t I>r. A. U Tabor on Tuesday
ihr Tib day of Januarynext, dming the
legal I.ours of sale for cash, the foilowing
About 23 bushels of Corn, and about 500
lbs. of Heed Cotton, levied on as t he pro
perty of Dan'l Qiover, at the suit of Ai bert
R. f aber.
By virtue of an execution to mo directed,
I wiil -ell lor each, on .Monday the6th and
><day the 7th of of January 1879 all the
Merchandise. Goods and Chattels in I he
Store of Kreuts briprRmaiiu, on Kussel
Street, Ornngehurt, C. II., 8. C. Levied
on aa the propei 'y of Frantz |Briggmaun, at
the suit of F. \V. Wagner & Co., and others.
J. II. LIVINGSTON, S. U. 0.
Sheriff's Office, Urangeburg Co. S. C.
Dec 14. 1878.
dec 21 3t
Notice of l^ism ission.
The undersigned hereby give", notice
that he will tile his final account as Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Irene Hart,
rith the J odge of Trobate for Orangebu rg
County on the 8th day of January 1879
and ask for letters of Dismiasorf.
IRA E HART,
Bee. 7 1878. 4l
Notice of I^ifsmission.
The undersigned hereby gives notie?
that he will file his final account an Guard
ian of George I*. and Henry (cabinet, with
the Judge of Trobate for Urangfburg
County, on the 8th day of January 1879.
and aak for letters of Distnissnrv.
Dec. 7, 1878. 4t
NOTICE TO CRKI)ri?HS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROl INA,
COUNTY OF ORANGEM R i.
In the Common Pleas.
Georg? Boliver, Admi'r of I). F. Zedier,
Emma A. Zeigler, and othsrs.
Pursuant to an Order of the Court of
Common Pleas made in the above staled
cause at October Term 1878, notice is here
by given to all persons claiming to be
creditors of the Estate of I) F Zeigler
deeear-ed, to present and prove their respec
tive demands before me, at my oflica before
the l?lh da v of December 1878.
W. M. HUTSON,
Mnsters Office Qiangeburg Nov? 15 1878.
nuv 15 2m
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ORANGEBU KG.
In the Common Picas
I'an'l F. Spigencr, Admi'or of J. R.
Faulting and Caroline Paul ling?Plautiff,
John W. Sellers, Ex'or, tl al? Defend'nt.
Pursuant to an Order of the Court of
Common Pleas made in the above entitled
cause, at October Term 1878, notie? is here
by pi ven to all persons claiming to be
creditors of the Estate of John R Faulting
deceased, to present and establish their
respective demand! before nir, at my ornce
within two months from the first publication
of this notice.
W. M. HUTSON,
Masters Office, Orangtburg C. II. Novera
her l?th 1878.
nor 1% 3m
)V A. Mnckaj, Auctioneer.
STATE OF Su.JTII CAROLINA?COUNTT
OF ORANGEM KG.
In the Common Pi kas
By virtue of Judgments of Fore
closure and sale and Decretal Order? in the
cnuscs below slated respectively I will tell
by public auction, before the Court House
in the town of Orangeburg, on the first
Monday in January 1K79, riming the U^al
hours foi sheriffs 'sales, the sevoral tra:l?.
lots, and parecls of land below described,
all situate in the County of Orangeburg and
State aforesaid, viz:
By virtue of a Judgment of Fordnaure
and sale in the case of Witte Brothers,
Assignees vs. Cyrus (Hover, Caleb Davis,
and Ervin Mill, all that tract of land situate
in Caw Caw Township, containing throe
hundred and eighty acres, more or loa*,
bounded North by lands of A Davis and S
Wright, oil the hast by lands of the Fatate
of John F Kilev, unit he South by lands of
B Co'ler, and West by lauds of Elizabeth
Terms of Sale? Due hall cash, the bal
ance on a credit of 12 months purchaser
t? give bond bearing interest from the day
or sale, and a mortgagu of the premises
wold, to secure the credit port ion of the pit tub
ase money. Purchaser to pay for papers
and recording ol title and mortgage,
By virtue of a Judgment of Foreclosure
and sale, in the ease of Daniel McKenzie
vs. William i-e, all that tract of laud
aiitiatc in Amelia Township, containing
-acres, more or lest?, and bounded by
Preference plantation, and lands of Daniel
McKenzie. T H Whalev. and-Myers.
Terms of Sale?Cas.lt. Purchaser to pay
By viiiue of.? Decretal Order :~ the case
of Daniel F Speigner, Adm'or de bom's nun,
cum (ejto nnnexo, ol John K 1'anding, et al?
against John W Sellers, Ex'or ol O M
Uantxlcr deceased, et at., all that plantation
or tract of land, in the County and State
aforesaid, containing six hundred and
twenty (02UJ acres more or less, and bound
ed by lands of Dr. V\ illiam L Poll, T K
Legare. J A Laws, Mrs. W T Beeves, and
Dr. C ItTaber. anil others.
Terms of Bale?One-third c=rb. the bal
auee iu 1 and 2 years. '1 he purchaser to give
bond bearing interest from day of sale,
payable annually, a: d among ige of the
property sohl, to secure the credit portion
of the purchase money, ami purchaser also
to pay for papers and the recording of both
lit ie and mortgage.
By virtue of a Judgment of Foreclosure
and Hille in the case of Morgan J Keller
Kx'or, and Frances Keller Ex'or of Joseph
A Keller, against James Van Tassel. Pit
rick Doyle, and (.' It Jones Atitu'or of J
Mc.Mamara, all that lot or parcel of land ,
situate in the town of Orangebu rg. in the
County and State aforesaid, on the Nothern
side of Kussel -licet, fronting on ?aid street
forty [40) feet, and running baek from the
old front line on said street, one hundred
and three 103 freet, ?.nd bounded on the
North Fast by lot of Mrs. Bertha Kich, on
the South Last by said street, and on other
sides by lands formerly of w A Maroney.
Terms of .-ale?Cash, or for one-half cash,
and the balance on a credit of 12 months,
secured by the bond of the purchaser, bear
ing interest from the day of salt, ami a
mortgage of the premises?as Plaintiffs
counsel shall elect. Purchaser in pay for
papers and recording.
By virtue of a Judgment of Forelo?urc
and sale in the case of A Iva (iage. plaintiff,
against Kle/abelh Browne defendant, all
that plantation, or traet of land containing
about twelve hundred 1200 acres, more or
less, situate ill the Fork of the Kdisto, in the
County of Orangeburg and State aforesaid,
bounded on the North by Cooper Swamp,
on the Kitsi by lands formerly of Jacob
Wolfe deceased, on the South by South,
Kdisto Hirer, and on the West by lands now
or lately of John K Millions, John C Kowe
and the late J K Quattlehaum. Said tract
of land being the Snake Swamp plantation
of which the late Hr. VVui. b Kowe died
seized anil possessed.
'feints of sale?Cash enough to pay the
su n actually due at ihe date of .-ale. and
the balance on a credit of one and two
years. Purchaser to give bond hearing
linen-si from the day of sale ami mortgage
of the property Hold, to secure the credit
portion of the purchase money. Purchaser
also to pay for p ipeis and the recording of
both title and mortgage.
W. M. HUTSON, Master
dee .1 :tt
All persons haying claims against the
Estate of Jacob is. Keilt ol Oraugehurg
County deceased, will present the same
properly attested, and those indebted to the
said Estate will make payment m
LAURENCE M, WHALEV;
St. Matthews, Hec. 10th 1878.?dec H 3t
By virtue of a Mortgage executed by
J/ari h Culeleasure to O. IL Cor nelson,
dated the second day of March lS7f\ and
default in payment of w hich lias been made,
1 will sell at the late residonceof March
Culeleasure deceased, in Elizabeth Town
ship, Orangcburg County, on Tuesday the
7lh day of January next, at 11 o'clock, for
cash the following properly to wit:
One Bay Morse.
About ?u Bushels of Corn.
?' 7? " Cotton Seed.
'* 1000 pounds of Fodder.
One lot of Pea Vines.
J. II. LIVINGSTON,
Orangcburg, C. IL, S. C, Dec. 14th 1878.
A B KNOWLTON,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR.
ORANGE BURG, S. C
nov 80 tf
? Striking Letter.
TMjnt PrV<;ii1ent Cooke, of Claflia Univer
sity, has to Say About Hull-Dozing and
the Tissue Humpus.
.From, the Springfield Republican.
Okavqeburu, S. C,
December 18, 1878.
My Dear Friend Alrrriam: Your
letter of ..tho 10th instant was duly
received and contents noted. There
is some ground for the excitement
now prevailing at the North about
the polilids of the Sooth; but not half
as much ^.as the Northern papers
1 be government ol this State had,
since reconstruction, been in the
banda ol carpet-baggers, joined by a
few unprincipled natives, up to with
in two ) eur>; since then it bus been a
home rule in. the hands of Democrats.
When Presideut Hayes removed the
army from the Slate, a considerable
number ol the Northern adventurers
were left disappointed and with occu
pation gone. As a class thoy are
doing ail they can to provoke th e
?South. They wish tu be marlyrs,
ibat. t'.iey may inflame the North;
hoping thereby to re-establish bayo
net government; then will Othello's
occupation return. When corres
pondents of the Northern press come
down here, they are taken in band
by these disappointed ones, who are
tilled with bate toward .Soulhern
people. To use a Hibernicism,
"They ale them,they s ape th'.?:u, they
drink them,""'and the next number
of ibe papers such con ospmd juts
represent will come out at the N>rth
with all the distortion and coloring
of the facts which these disapp dule 1
haters can invent.
Nearly or quite nil the reports
about hull-doiin^ and breaking up
Republican meetings before election
were, the creations au d colorings o f
these men. w <iose trade. iV is'to keep
up sectional hat?. The wish was, in
most cases, father to the thought.
Holding botl. Democratic and Re
publican meetings the simo day and
al the same place was a hazardous
experiment, and frequently led to
little petty street quarrels, wnich
were sure to be m.tguilicd an 1 pub
li.?bed as the breaking up of a Re
publican meeting. Such was the
allair at Sum er, which made so large
a stir at the North. When G ivcruor
Hampton barued that both parties
were to bold a meeting at Sutnter at
the same time, bo sent two of his
most trusty State officials with in
structioiis not to allow under any cir
cu instances any interference wilh the
Republican meeting. Now all this
rrv about bull dozing ami violenee is
dropped,because the case will fail ou
Bui when we come to the chargo
of filling ihc ballot-b iXis ?vith "tjssu!
ballots," somebody undoubtedly
ought to plead "guilty." But before
we pa*s scutence of the deepest c m
demnation on the act, we ought in
justice to consider the poverty and
deep liumil aliou which the .Southern
people have suliered; and also lako
into account the irritation which these
have produced. Negro rule has b tun
a failure in all the States, a d under
the leadership of unprincipled r.dveu
turers from the North, it bus been
worse than a failuri; it has been
downright robbery, amounting to
millions, which the people arc iuw
tuxed to pay.
Two yean ago the people of this
State, smarting under the evils that
were upon them, took the State
Government into their own bauds.
In this transfer there was as little
violence as could have been expected;
Inr less that, there would have been
but lor the .naster-tuind that eon roll
ed the whole movement. The State
Government was entrust* d to one of
the kindest, wisest and most humane
of her citizens?Gen Wade Hamp
ton. During bis administration tho
rights of all men have been respected.
The colored man has been cared for
most tenderly. Taxes have been
levied to provide means for his edu
cation; coinmou schools have been
greatly improved, ami appropria iotia
made to pay the interest on o Juca
tional bonds squandered by previous
adtuiniairations, v- h ich i;;.devoted to
the higher education of the youth of]
color. The State in now struggling
to payoff a school debt efiftore than
8300,000?the stealings of previous
officials?aud at the same timo keep
the schools running. Maey of the
colored voters, appreciating the?o im
provements as the resul ts mainly of
Governor Hampton's ec ntrolling in
fluence for good, voted at the late
election for home government.
The opposition of tho Southern
whites is uot to negro suffrage or
negro offic e-holdiug, or the rights of
muuhood which the constitutional
amendments secure, but the opposi
tion is chiefly to turning again the
government of the Slate over to car
pet bag and bayonet rule. To prevent
the recu rence of such an event,
I Irauds were, I suppose, perpetrated
at the polls, such, for instance, as the
I "tissue ballots." Calored ruon aro
appointed to office, and colored tueu
were elected by Democrats to tho
Legi*laturo, so that the ba Hot- b ix.
Htufling seems to have beeu done, not
against the negro citizen, but against
carpet-bag bayonet rule.
The South committed a groat crime
against humanity by sustaining so
long the institution of human slavery,
and a greater crime when'shc under
took to break up the Government to
perpetuate that institutton. Bat has
she uot already expiated those sins by
her long years of suffering ? What
rights does Soulh'Carolina withhold
from the colored man not denied by
the Northern Stales? True, the ig
norant roansoe arc not her law-makers,
nor do tliey hold tho superior offi.133.
But what Northern State allows the
musses of ignorant foreigners to pro
tide in her < nocts of justice? Oil hor
halls of legislation? or to sit in tbp
chief seats o, power? People can
make themselves disagreeable an 1
hated anywhere; but those who'como
I hero for professional or busiuojj pur
poses will be well received and kindly
treated; ihoso who think God has
called them to he modern Joshuas
will be roughly handled.
I am not here as a politician, nor
am I anxious to have my name ap
pear on political questions Vet you
are at liberty to make what use you
think proper of this communica tion,
name iucludad. Yours very truly,
The following Acts paised by^the
Legislature may be of interest to the
Orangeburg public :
An Act to amend an act entitled
an act concerning the indebtedness ol
the school districts in tho County of
An Act to create a Railroad Cora
missioner for the State of South Caro
lina and to define his duties.
An Act to establish a public road
in Barnwell and Orangeburg Coun
An act for the further protection of
landlords in tin collection of reu s.
An Aci. to establish a system of
general rights to dig and mine phos
pbate rock and phosphatic deposits,
An Act to change tho time for pre
paring the jury list in Orangeburg
An Act to amend an act entitled
an act to provide for the past due in
debtedness of the County of Orange
An Act to repeal an act to regulate
the granting of divorces in this State.
An act to make the pay certificates
and jury tickctB for attendance upon
the Circuit Courts of the State re
ceivable L>r taxes due tho county iu
which said services arc rendered.
The nomination of T. \V. R?ssel
and W. H. Hester as Treasurer anil
Auditor, respectively, of Pickens
?otiuty, by acting Governor Simpson,
we* rejected by tho Sent te, on the
gronnd that they were defeated for
these offices at tho primary elections.
The colored citizens of Georgia pay
taxes ou $0,000,000 of property.
Two Sides to the Story.
The Truth about the Sooth Carolina Elee
tien Uivoi te the Northe, 3 PablUat
Tho New York Herald of ThaiwUf
prints several columns of statements
from prominent and well informed
citiiens of South Carolins in refute*
tion of the widely published Radieal
falsehoods in regard to the recent
election. Letters are giren from tht
Hon. M. P. O'Connor, the Kon. J. 8.
Richardson, Judges -Townsead an I
Fra?er, Cols. J. M. Johnson and
Richard Dozier, the Hon. J. T.
Walsh, Mr. C. P. Quttlebaura and
Superintendent of Education Thomp
son. The Herald editorially says of
these letters :
'The letters we print arejfroa.
prominent and responsible* ^citizens
and are written in a moderate tone
and gocd spirit. They appear to us
worthy of credit; and in any case the
Republican politicians who olainx
that tbey were defeated by fraud will '
have tn nrnve theix^asaertiont. If
there was intimidation or fraud tboy
ought to be exposed and the authors
punished; bat if judicial inquiry
should prove that the Republican
politicians of South Carolina ^hare
asserted untruths or grc?!y esajge
rated, public opinion it ill punish
them as centemptible^and muchisr
Judge T. J. Mac key has been in
vited to deliver his lecture on tho
Anglo Saxon race at Kingatreeoa
the 2nd of January. We hope ho
will accept as we have no doubt the
lecture is a very enteresting one.
OFFICE COUNTY COMMISSIONEE*,
Orakqbb?bo, S. C, flee. Si, 1873.
Notice is hereby given that sealed pro
posals t>~ the Rent of the P?or Femeeer
KiWSfg on the Old CkaMtttoa IbsjbVbbj
n il I be received by the Board until the first
Monday in January ?oxt,upon which day
the bids %:11 be opened sad the Rental
awarded to the highest bidder. Each bid
to receive attention must be accompanied
with the Names ef at least two good
Securities. The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
Sealed Proposal* will be received utorfl
the 1st Monday in January next,?for,tho
position of Pbvsician to the Poor House and
Jail who will also be required to furaiak
Medicines for the same. The bids will be
opened January 6th 187tr?n4the pesitioa
awarded to the lowest bidder.
The Contract for Rental and Physicians
Poor House and Jail to continue until De?.
By Order "of the Board.
T. R. MALONK
dee 28 ft
Dy virtue of the mortgage of Frants Brigg
mann to us dated September 5, 1878, WSwill
sell at auction for cash, at the store ef the
Said Frantz Briggmann, Russell frlreet,
Drangeburg, 3. C, so much of the stock tnd
fixture of the said Frantz Briggsiann as will
pay and satisfy the mortgage .debt of $600,
and interest from Sept* *5, 1878, and cipee*
ses of closing the same.
J..U. PABKEB ACe.
dec 21 St
By virtue of Foreclosure, of Mortgage. I
will sell at Orangeburg, C. II., 8. C, on the
Grst Monday in January next, for cm**.
One Black horse Mule. Levied on ts the
proper ty of Robert Jewett, at the suit of J .
J. Ii. LIVINGSTON, Agent.
Orangeburg, C. II., 8. C, Dec 24,1878.
dec 28 2?
419 KING STREET
CHARLESTON S C.
I Respectfully inform my Orang<burg
friends and acquaintances that'I haveopen
ed PRIVATE BOABDINO HOUSE for
their accommodation, and will be glad to
entertain them when they visit the city, at
the above No. 419, King Street^
TUAD. C. ANDREWS.
dec 21 _ it
J. A. BARDIN & BRO.
ON SaNTEK, ?bar VaMCEH FjttttY
FERS for aale a full ?nd complete
stock of (Jrocoi icj, Hard war?, Heady Made
Clothing, Boot* and Shoes, Hats, Gain, and
Trunks, and a flue line of Dry Oooes ef aM
description* for Ladies' use and wear. ,
A full line of Fereiga and DswmsbJs
Wines and Liquors, Segars and Tb1s?sw\
sept 6,1878 Hai