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A. I*?,i>oi* ioxv-tl*? .}Peoj>l?.
Methodist.?Itev. O. A. Darby, Fos>:
tor. Services every Sunday morning nt
ha It-past 10 o'clock and at night at hull
past 7 o'clock. Prayer Meeting every
Wednesday eveniugat half-past 7 o'clock.
Sabbath School overy Sunday morning,
at 0 o'clock. Children's meeting every
third Sunday. '
PresryteriAn.?l?ev. J. A. D. Brown,
Pastor. Services overy Sunday morning
at half-past 10 o'clock, and In the after
noon at half-nusM o'clock. Prayer meet
ing every Thursday afternoon at half
past .4 o'clock. Sabbath School every
Sunday morning at half-past 8 o'clock.
Baptist.?Itev. T, W. McllicJ.iamp,
.Pastor. Services ev.cry third and fourth
Sunday mornjng at, half-pact 10 o'clock
?nnd at night half-past 8 o'clock Sab
bath : School cvciy Sunday morning at
iialf-past.8 o'clock. SuNdy School Mis
sionary Meeting every fourth Sunday.
i.utheran.-hicv. j. F- Kiser, Pastor.
Services every Sunday morning at 10 1-2
o'clock. Sabbath School every Sunday
morning fit 9 o'clock.
ORAKGEBURG,S. C. AUGUST8, 187U.
Samuel Dukes is completing
quite a neat cottage residence on ^lic
lot in rear of Mr. James Dukes.'
Mr. W. II. (Jhampy is putting up a
blacksmith shop on Broughton street
pn the lot owned by Mr. Bobt. Jones.
Mr. Schiflicy has op ened his lent
in Orangeburg and is prepared for
work; again?-another good opportuni
Persons who left their School
Claims with the Investigating Com
mittee to ascertain the county indebt-j
cdnoss can get. them by applying to
Mr. W. P. Hutson.
Y. M. C. A.-^-The Sunday after
npon service or this Association will
be held at the rooms on R?ssel I
street on Sunday afternoon at six
o'ejock. AH interested arc invited
Our worthy School Commissioner,
Mr. D. L. Connor, is on a visiting
toijr through the county to inspect tho
the different schools. Wc hope good
will result from these visits of our
Office hours on Sunday at Dr.
"Wannnmaker's Drug Store are from
8 to 10 A. M., and from 0 1-2 to 8
J-2 P. M. In cases of emergency ac
cess can be had to the Drug Store
any time during the day or night.
The Board of Health met on Wed
nesday evening and reported the rc
ruUs of their investigation and ad
?jnTtgcit^Scmic places to be nuisances.
Our citizens would do well to give
heed to the recommendations of this
The Rev. Dr. Thos. Raysor, of the
Branchcvillc circuit, preached a most
acceptable and eloquent sermon in
the Methodist Church on Sunday
night last. We hope to hear from
him again before this revival season
We had the pleasure of greeting in
our ollicc one clay last weck C. G.
Dantzler, Esq., a prosperous young
farmer pf St. Matthews. The Demo
crat is always pleasod to form the
acquaintance of such a sterling citi
zen as Mr. Dan'.zler, and would be
glad to have hiui call again.
An exchange says : "The girl who
passes you wine would not make you
a good wife. Taste this in your hat
young man." And the young man
who has not tho nervo to resist the
temptation, would not make a good
husband. Paste this on your looking
glass young lady.
Attention, Orange Light Dra
goons 1?You are hereby ordered to
meet on the company's parade
ground on Saturday, the lGth of Au
gust, at 10 o'clock A. M., for drill.
Members are requested to turn out
promptly. By order of
N. N. IIAYDEN,
Our friend Mr. Ilarpin Riggs, in
addition to his successful tannery,
has recently established a grist mill
and pinning machine on his premises
in town. We know of no man whose
indomitable courage and energy de
serve greater success than Mr, Riggs,
and hope he may meet with abundant
success in every enterprise.
The storo house, law oflice, &c,
of Representative B. G. Frederick,
in G.oodlnnd Township, was entirely
consumed by fire on Friday night
last; also plantation supplies of corn,
bacon, flour, Tho loss at this
time i? a serious one, and Especially
so when there was no insurance upon
One of the finest fields of cotton
we have seen thin season is that of
Mr. Ilarpin Riggs in tho suburbs of
town. The weed is growing vigor
ously and full of fruit without throw
ing off any from the recent rains.
Mr. Riggs is good for 500 pounds of
lint per acre if no disaster befalls the
field before picking.
Quite an interesting prolrael$fl
meeting was closed last woek at the
Bull Swamp Baptist Church. The
Rev. Mr. Galphin, a missionary work
er, and Dr. I. D. Durham preached'
some most excellent sermons greatly
to the edification of tho hearers and
benefit of the church. Thus tho good
work goes on and wo hope it will con
tinue until every section is awakened.
We would dii.cct the attention of
our town renders to the noUec of Mr.
J. W. Mosclcy, calling a meeting of
tlie resident members of tho Court
House Democratic Club at the En
gine Hall on next Wednesday night
at eight o'clock precisely. A full
and punctual attendance is greatly
desired as the business is important
and should interest every true Demo
No matter how smooth the sea of
life may seem to tho young marino
who has just launched his frail bark
on iis untried waters, there are
shoals, hidden rocks, and quick sands
in the shape of gambling dens, bad
company, &c, which will gobble him
up with as much alacrity as a country
editor scoops in a subscription to his
paper. Boys, keep clear of all such
At a meeting of the County Com
missioners held on Monday last Mr.
Warren A. Brickie was appointed a
commissioner to appraise the land in
behalf of the county over anil
through which the road from Bam
berg to Orangcburg passes; Messrs.
C. W. Culler and James M. Bell were
appointed road overseers for Orange
Township and Elisha Hughes as road
overseer for Zion Township.
Commissioner llayden will get over
it in a week or two. 'Tis said that
"a bail of the same dog will cure the
bite." Well the commissioner's own
road was so rough that it tumbled
him olT from his wagon. He was
rolled in the mud, his thump sprain
ed, his face bruised, his back torn,
his wagon rolled over him. Opodel
doc is scarce. Thai road will be fix
"Minni.Ei'KN Pike" and "Uncle
Tom" will gracefully yield to Mr.
Emauucl Jones and party who white
on a frolic in Santco swamp last
week, muddied a hole and t'aughi
sixty-throe cottiers, measuring from
four to ten inches across, and a lot of
cat and other fish out of one hollow
log. h[y. Jones says the supply of
cottiers was not exhausted?quite a
number being left in the log.
0N last Monday when Mrs. S. J.
Shuler, going home from town, reach
ed Darilzler's Mill 12 miles distant
her horse took fright from a sudden
blow of the whistle and ran toward
Four Hole bridge. Mrs. Shuler
wrapped the lines around her arms to
stop the horse, but was unfortunately
thrown from the buggy and dragged
some distance and seriously injured
before she could get loose. The bug
gy is a wreck.
Two or three weeks ago wo pub
lished a paragraph stating that the
Newa (aid Courier charged Dr. Web
ster with swindling and that they
claimed they could prove it. A few
days since the same paper published a
paragraph slating that their reporter
had been misinformed in reference to
the matter, as Dr. Webster was not
guilty of Iho charge. Wc make this
correction in justice lo all parties
We have been grieved to hear of
the almost sudden death of Mrs. E.
Prothro, a daughter of Mr. Joseph
Fclkcl, of Middle St. Matthews, which
occurred on last Friday night. "We
I knew her when a school girl under
lour tuition and few girls possessed
more amiable qualities of heart or
endeared teacher and friends more
closely lo her than Mrs. Prothro.
Our sympathies are extended to the
bereaved husband and kindred.
Our readers are reminded that
Messrs. D. E. Smoak & Co. is still
the place where they may purchase
their family supplies of groceries,
&c, at the lowest possible prices In
this market. Their liquors aro of
the best brands, pure and fully up to
the standard. It will pay to call
here before purchasing elsewhere, es
pecially since everything needed may
bo had, thus saving lime as well as
Tins excessively hot weather very
naturally suggests a cool place, and
where can wc lind one better calcula
ted lo meet the demand than the ice
cream saloon of Mr. Joseph Eros.
Ladies and children as well as gentle
men may there pud, a convenient and
neatly furnished room where they can
enjoy the luxuries of this establish
ment without fear of rude disturb
ance. Mr. Kros also proposes to
open in the near future a fancy gro
. ^The crop reports from different!
sections of the county are moro fav
orable than >vc expected. Cotton is
recovering from the effects cd* .the
drought rapidly and will make very
nearly an average crop. Corn, though
short, will make in a few localities a
satisfactory yield, but in many places
this crop is a hopeless failure, the
loss of which can only bo supplied by
a largo sowing of cxits/^is full. Let
the farmers attend to this matter and
save buying corn.
?We learn with pleasure that our
young townsman, Lawton II. Wanna
maker Esq., has been appointed Dc?r
uty Grand Dictator for the Sixth Dis
trict, embracing the counties of Or
angeburg, Collclon and Clarendon.
Mr. Wunnamakcr is a member of the
Orangeburg Lodge Knights of Honor,
and from our personal knowledge of
him we do not hesitate to pronounce
his appointment a good one. lie
is em ncntly filled for the duties of
the ofllec, and now that ho is rapidly
gaining the vigor lost during a pro
tracted illness?we are assured that
the lodges within his jurisdiction will
feel the influence of his activity and
We notice i mprnvcmenls going on
in the store of Mr. Korljohti. His
place had to be made larger in order
to keep up with his increasing trade.
His store is full no.v from bottom to
lop, and yet like Oliver Twist, Dick
cries for more, and will leave for the
North next week in order to induce
shipments to this place, and we are
informed that in two or three weeks
will open up a large slock of Grocer
ies, Dry Goods, Notions, Hoots and
Shoes, Tinware, Crockery, in fact
anything and everything, which will
be thrown upon the market at prices
which defy competition from those
buying in the old time way and from
regular dealers. This establishment;
of Mr. Korljohn the people sccin to
look upon as a part of themselves
and all seem to lake slock in it. It
certainly is to the farmers' interest
to give this cnlcrpri.se their hearty
support, as it Ins helped them and
will continue to do so. Come up
then this fall and support them freely
and fully, not with your well-wishes
and God-speed you alone but with
the great and powerful lover, money.
At a meeting of the physicians of
Orangeburg County held in the court
room, August, 4th 1870, Dr. A. S.
Salloy was called to the chair and
Dr. M. .T. D. Daiitzler appointed Sec
retary. After slating the object of
the meeting the President requested
the physicians present lo sign the
roll and organize themselves inio a
Medical Association. The following
gent.einen signed : Thos. A. Elliott,
A. S. Sallcy, T. J. Pou, C. 11. Tabor,
A. J. Ilorger, J. A. J. llildcbrand,
I). E. Connor, J. C. Arant, W. W.
Wolle, J. G. Wanuamaker, J. D.
Clccklcy, T. K. Keller, 1). L. llildc
brand, M. J. D. Dnnlzlcr, M. G. Sal
lcy, A. S. Hydrick', Win, Pou, T. ,1.
Goodwin', V. J. Geiger, T. A. Jones,
T. K. Malonc, M. J. Grissclt, and II.
W. Kennedy. At the organization
the following officers were elected :
Dr. T. A. Elliott, President j Dr,
A. S. Hydrick, Vice-President; and
Dr. J. G. Wanuamaker, Secretary.
The following gentlemen were ap
pointed a committee of throe to draft
a Constitution and By-Laws : Drs. A.
S. Sallcy, A. S. Hydrick and Charles
Tabor. The next meeting will take
place at the olllcc of Dr. J. G. Wan
nnmaker, on first Saturday in Sep
tember next at 11 o'clock A. M.
In the report of the Board of
Health submitted to the Cily Council
on Wednesday afternoon were the
following points of interest to the
community: That rigid requirements
of cleanliness would bo enforced ;
that disinfectants were placed at the
several drug stores for gratuitous
distribution ; that it is suggested to
Council to take such steps as will au
thorize the board to enforce its re
j qnircmenla ; that r> sufficient street
force be placed at the disposal of Ihe
B,oar,it as will assure an abatement of
nuisances, jand, when such labor is re
quired on private property, the cost
of same be taxed against the owner;
that our drains, generally good, arc
deficient especially in their grades;
that obstructions be removed from
the branch with its connecting ditches
running in rear of Fair Building;
that the Council provide some plau
by which contends of privy vaults
may be removed from the city; that
pig pens bo prohibited during the
-summer months ; that our per centum
of deaths, ? to every 1,000 of popu
lation, for the last seven months, is
far below that presented by the most
healthy localities in the country ; and
that wo have only to use such pre
cautionary measures as are prescrib
ed f?r cleanliness lo keep our town
as healthy as any in the land.
Goodlyc Times anil World lye Sohgcs
to bo attended at
yc 11 oust; of Asscicbh'c yclept yo
in yc Townc of Ornngebiirgb
on Frydayo nightc,
yo l?tb dayo of yo month of Auguste
Yc musick will be given by ye fol
lowing singers und Mayers, who have
kindlye volunteered for yo Concerto'':
Ilend Singer?Ohidiah Primrose,
Ilarpsichorders and Fiddlers, Squire
Grimes, Ilczekiah Perkins, Zekial
Slimmins, Mnlachi Kimbnll, Caleb
Knapp, Moses llardcastlc.
Womkn Singicns?Mrs. Jeremiah
Wiggans, Katrina Van Ronsalaer,
Deborah Dorothy Jenkins; Experi
ence Spriggans, Mehitable Spraguc,
(sho that was a Humpas) Aunt Susan
Ann Warder, Sister Patience Howe,
Mrs. Corporal Prodkins, Margaret
Anderson, Cousin Miranda Cleopatra
Men Singers?Azariah Poolo, Dea
con Hartscrabblc, Elder Jenkins,
Anthony Dockott, Josiah Vanderpool.
Lads and Lasses?Jemima, Pru
dence, Mahala, Conscience, Dorothye,
Charityc, Mehitable, Sophia, Martha
Ann, and Caleb, Ilczekiah, Jonathan,
Matthias, Jcdcdiah, Harabas and
N. B.?All yo moneyc which shall
be payed for this onlcrLainmente is
for yo bcncfilto of ye Volunteer Coin
pnnye yclept yc Ed is to Hilles.
N. U. 2d.?After yc first parte, and
while yc singers and plays arc rest
ing, Aunt Jcmmima Fuders and
Goodwyfo Experience Anderson will
servo ye goode people who may wish
to paye for ym, fresh doughnuts,
putrpkiu pics, ice cream and lemon
sugars, at thy re kitchen in ye pprcho.
is'. H. Jd.?Yc price?f admittance,
twenty-live pennies, and selected
scales ten pennies besides. Lads and
lasses under ten yearcs oltlc, fifteen
pennies. Babycs under one ycare
old may not be admitted at enny
price without thy re mothers. Tickets
for yc select soalcs may bo had at ye
Apothecary Shops of yc Doctors
Wannamaker and Dukes.
N. B. 4th.?Yc doors will bo open
ed at candle lylc, and yo cnlcrtain
mculc will beginne an half hour later.
Yc gbodo people need not to bring
thyro candles or lanterns, since ye
selectmen will furnish all yc lytcs.
One cf the neatest and best ap
pointed establishments in our young
thriving city is the drug store of Dr.
J. G. Wannamaker, on Russell-,
street. Drugs of every conceivable
kind?fresh and pure?may be ob
tained licrb as cheap as disestablish
ments in our larger cities ; toilet and
fancy articles in the utmost profusion,
at remarkably low prices for the
times ; and the purest and most re-,
freshing soda water in town at a
mere trifie. Dr. Wannamaker and
his assistant, Mr. Augustus Ncufter,.
a graduate in pharmacy, by an agree
able mannerism peculiarly their own,
make it delightful to spend a few
moments here while purchasing drugs
for our dear sick ones at home.
We call the attention of the public
j to the change advertised in Mr. Shcr
I idan's Classical School in Ibis issue.
Mr. Sheridan with a view to meeting
the demands of the public for a high
order of education will open his pop
ular school on the first Monday in
September next with a full corps of
experienced teachers and with such
branches added as arc thought ncees
sary for a school of so high a grade.
Mr. W. L. Glaze, a former pupil <>??
Mr. Sheridan, and a graduate Ol
Wollbrd College, with three years
experience as teacher, is in every
way fully competent to teach in a
school of the highest grade in our
Staid unu wo feei assured will give
perfect satisfaction to the patrons of
Miss E. J. Mackey scarcely needs
a word from us by way of recommen
dation. Her connection with the
school last year, Ihe entire sati factory
examination of her classes in June,
and her known integrity of character
arc sufficient to assure the patrons ol
her continued interest in the educa
tion of their children.
Wo trust the patronage of Ihe
school will be greatly increased and
the advancement of the children will
be such as lo prompt the building of
a school room during the year that
will be a credit to our community.
I Corrected Weekly uy J. C Pike.
Middling.H? 11 1-1
Low Middling..10? 10 1--2
Ordinary to Good.10? 10 1?1
Hlce, rough.?1 15
Oats, per ewt.,.CO
Butter, country ..15
Eggs...1. 8 10
j B}Y A LADY of several years' experi
11*) ence, a situation as teacher of the
I English branches in a school or family.
The best references given and satisfac
I tion guaranteed. For further particulars
address Tin; OltANGEUUttd DeMoQRET.
I Abrll i v*
5g JVa><1c?o ol* J>iwiiiiHwi?l. 1
NOTICE Is hereby given that woMwil|
on the 28t.li day of August next after;
Unto lljo our Mnai account with thu 11? ?n
oruhlc the Judge of Probate for Ornngc
liurg County, mid lisk for letters of dlsr
missal us administrators of the Estate of
Dr. Lewis Dant/.ler, deceased.
J<\ W. DANTZLER,
I. II. DANTZLEK,
Jujy 25, 1S71?-It Administrators.
IRespectfully inform my friends and
tin' public thai I 'im prepared to con
tract to tlo ''arpenler'rf Work of any
Kind cheaper than other contractors in
Orangehurg County. Work solicited,
ami satisfaction guaranteed.
March 7-3mos. J. It. TUCKER,
D. A. Mclvcr. AdmY of Henry E.
Smoke, Plalutill", Vs. Elizabeth S. Speig
U?r, et al.?In Common Pleas.
By order of Hon. T. B. Eraser, pre
siding- Judge, the creditors of Henry E.
Smoke, late deceased, arc hereby notilied
to present and prove their claims against
the Intestate H. 10. Smoke before,lhu un
dersigned on or before the loth day of
September IS?!), or else be debarred
payment. Wm. M. 11UTSON,
July lS-it Master.
To the Public.
rpiIE undersigned respectfully nn
X noiiiice that they have purchased the
exclusive tight to sell the justly celebra
ted "New Virginia Peed gutter" jn the
Counties of Orangehurg and Barnwcil.
In this Cutter, cheapness of construction
minimum ol power and rapidity of exe
cutioil have been fully attained. The
commendations of the many who are
using this (.'utter render it unnecessary
for us to say anything relative to its
merits. We only auk a trial and feel fully
confident that satisfaction will bo given
For sale at the store of Mr. J.C. Pike,
Orangehurg. tt. C.
EDWARDS & THOMPSON. ,
The State of South Carolina,
OR A NC F.BUKG CO U NTT.
By C. B. (Jlover, Esq., Probate .ludgc.
WlhREREAS J. Eihort Steadinan, (if
_[/ Barnwoll County, hath made suit
tome, to grant him Letters of Adminis
tration of the I'state and eflects of Baft
let Tyler, deceased. Those are therefore
to cite and admonish all and .singular the
kindred and Creditors of the said Jiartlet
Tyler, late of Orangehurg County, de
ceased, that they bo and appear, before
me, in the Court of Prohat?!, to he held
at Orangeburg Court House, on the 15th
of August, next, alter publication hereof,
at. 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to sJiew
cause, if any they have, why the said
Administration should not he granted.
Given linder my Hand, this 31st day
of .July. Anno Domini 1S7U.
O. B. GLOVER,
Aug l-2t. Judge of Probate O. C.
The State of South Carolina.
By C. B. Gi.ovku, Esq., Probate Judge.
j tAf/IIEItHAS, I). J. ZEAOLER AND
W W. A. Pogle have made suit to me
to grant them Letters of Administration
of the Estate and ellects of David P. Fo
glc, deceased: These are therefore to
cite and admonish all and singular the
kindred and creditors of the said David
P. Fogle, late of Orungehurg County,
deceased, that they bo and ap
pear before me. in the Court of Probate,
to he held at Orangehurg C. IL, on the
13th of August next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
shew cause, if any they have, why the
said Administration should not be grain
Given under my hand this 29th day
of July, Anno Domini 1S79.
C. B. CLOVER,
Aug 1-2 Judge of Probate O, C.
BEEF BEEF BEEF
IBeg leave to state that having rented
the store formerly occupied by Mr.
Dcmars next to Dr. S. A. Reeves Drug
Store, I have renovated and reflttcd the
the same in Urst class style, and will kill
3 beeves, or more a week, which 1 will
guarantee to be fatter and better than any
sold on the wagons. AH meats sold
warranted to give satisfaction, at prices
to suit the times. Beef delivered to any
part of Orangeburg free of charge. The
public i-> cordially invited to visit my
! new market. .My motto will be TO
i I'LL ASK.
\. r..- The highest price paid for
Poultry. S. L. MORGAN,
July 25-tf Practical Butcher.
tflf/E AUE NOW CLOSING OUT OUR
stock ot Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Notions, etc., to make room for
fall goods. We guarantee all the above
goods, al^o our whole stock of Grooe?
i:s, Crockery, Tinware, Hardware. To
bacco, Cigars, Whiskey, Imported
French Brandy and Holland Gin, Do
mestic Brandy, Gin, Rum, Wines, etc ,
lower for Cash than ?hc same articles
can be bought for in any house in town.
Whiskies and Tobaccos we make a
specialty, and it shall ever be our aim
to give you the worth of 3'our money.
Wc have just received a line lot of
Canned Sausage, put in 5 lb. cans, full
weight, at 12 1-2 cents per pound.
OUR NEW BEER REFRIGERATOR
Is now completed and, you can get a
large Ice Cold glass of Beer for B cents.
. An examination of our stock is respect
D. E. SMOAK ?fc CO.
Orangehurg, S. C. Juno 27 tf
CLEARING OUT SALE
WEXT THIRTy PAYS
JAMES VAN TASSEL
For your Family Supplies in tha wny o
FINE LIQUORS, TOBACCO
FRESH LAGER always on draught.
GOOD FAT POULTRY and FRESH
EGGS always on hand.
Country Produce -bought at "the highest
JAMES VAN TASSEL, Agt.,
At Midler's Old Stand.
Stock consisting of
SEGARS & TOBACCO
To be sold at
and you. wUl use no other, for cheapness
and its lasting qualities can't, bo sur
passed. For sale only by
SOUENTRUE & LORYEA,
Orangeburg, S. C. Juno 27-tf
EDD1NG GIFTS AT ALLAN'S.
Air.::rj(::vji and Swiss,
Of New and Elegant Designs, and Err-: ,
DIAMONDS, PEARLS, CAMEOS.g
As well as le?s costly sets, in great varl'y
STERLING SILVER WARE,
In Fresh and Beautiful Patterns, espe
cially adapted for Wedding Presents.
SILVER PLATED WARE
Tea Sets, Walters, Ice Pitohera, Butte?
Pishes, Cups, Goblets, &c
CHOICE FANCY GOODS*
French Clocks, Bronzes, Fino Table Cut
lery, Opera Glauses, Flue Glassware. ?
The liest Cood6 at the Lowost Prices.
3m 307 Kino Street.
PRICES CURRENT I
D. W. MUSTARD,
LATE OF LEWISVLLE, 8. C.
Dealer in Country Produce,
3;t3 KING STREET,
FOWLS, per doz.....S.25ao\70
Chickens, per doz.....2.00a2.55
Dueks (Kng'h) per doz.4.00
Ducks J&lVy), per doz.5.00?
Geese per doz.U.t.OO
Turkeys per doz.I2.00alo.00.
EGGSV per doz..14
I PEANUTS, per bushel.75aL10
PEAS, clay, per bushel.C5a70
" Mixed " ........60a65
RICE, (Rough) porbushel..l.l0al.2Q
BEESWAX, per lb.a$3
HONEY, ? .
HIDES, Flint, per #'.'.-'."."..?....10
? Dry Sa\te4, i4 ,'.....w.8
SKINS', Otter, apiece.,....!.25a2.50
>? Coon* ' .5al5
Fox, *? .10a40
**. Veer, per lb.15
Goat, ?? .6
y igbcst market prices obtained for all
goods consigned to mo. Returns made
promptly. Consignments solicited. 1 y
IK a. MEROjYEY,
0>RANGEBURG, S. C.
Offers his services to the pnbllo as
General Auctioneer and Collcqtor.
Charges mo'Jerntp, and aU, bus^nQSS
promptly nttonded to. |*e^i4
?V* /"* /~}a week in your own town. $5
^Lt^vl-Aout tit free. Np risk,. Reader
? [lillJLf j'ou want a buslncis at
>^ VAvldch persons of ?lthpr sex
can make great pay all the lime they
work, wrtto particulars 'to II. H4>|.ETT