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II. G. SllKltlOAX, I ?
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Uningeburg, S. C.
OttAMiKmnta, s. c., January ig. isso.
The Supply Aot.
As evidence of the hasty manner in
?which the business of the late session
of the Legislature was transacted, we
have only to cite a clerical mistake in
tho above act which makes a dificr
ence in the Stale tax levy of 825,000
more than tho Legislature intended.
This is one out of three or four simi
lar errors committed. Whether it is
wrong to call an extra session to cor
rect tho error, is scarcely the question
to bo considered, hut whether the law
as approved by the Governor is the
act passed by the Legislature? If it
id not, ihen the question is settled
and nn extra session is a necessity,
even though it taks more than the
$25,000 to pay its expenses. The
question is of such a grave nature
that it will scarcely bo allowed to go
unchallenged either by the people or
some executive olllcer of the county
government. It is better to have the
point definitely settled at once by the
law making power, rather than pro
ceed to execute the law until nn issue
be made before the Supreme Court
and the act decided to he illegal. In
this Case, expenses will have been in
curred and labor performed by tho
Various county officials to meet which
an additional tax will be required to
be levied at the extra session. If
the matter go to the Court for a de
cision and that decision be against its
legality, then the Legislature cannot
be called together before spring when
the fanning interest will require the
presence of every man at home. Let
the Legisla'urc be called in extra ses
sion for this specific purpose and only
this, and it will not require the addi
tional 11 of a mill. Proceed to col
lect the taxes under the act and it
will require more than that to meet
the expenses. Besides it is a bad
precedent to establish.
A Solid Union.
Col. Ellison S. Keitt, of Newherry
Count}*, has given his new political
idea something of a shape and body,
by causing, through his personal in
fluence, a "Solid Union Club" to be
organized in his immediate neighbor
, hood. An earnest desire for a cordi
al reunion of the people of the entire
country is the bnsis upon which this
political fabric is built; and, as a
smd off, the club adopted a resolu
tion nominating Gen. U. S. Grant
and Senator Thos. Bayard as their
standard bearers for President and
Vice-President in Ihe next election.
We doubt very njuch if the people of
Newberry Count}', outside of Mr.
Keitt's personal friends and relations,
are prepared, or ever will be, to in
dorse a movement which, at a single
stroke, v.'ipou out their proud war re
cord and their pattioUc induranee of
the wrongs which oppressed South
Carolina during the eight years of
her deep humiliation. Wc fail to sec
in Gen. Grant a single trait of char
acter to entitle him even to ordinary
respect by Southern people. Never
was his lite, al any period either as a
military leader or Picsideut, tnaiked
by a service of unselfish devotion to
the cause of his country. Never was
his actions prompted by motives
of sincere patriotism. Asa military
leader his conduct of the war was as
brutal as that of the wildest savage in
the West. The rifle, sword and torch
were equally effective with him. As
President, he was a partizan, ruling
the country in the interest of the par
ty which elected him, even at the sac
rifice of honesty and her good name.
The South, therefore, cannot look
upon Gen. Grant cither as a patriot
or statesr. m ; and she would be un
true to her history were she to recog
nize in him any other title lo great
ness than that of a brutal conqueror
or a corrupt official.
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Tho State Grange.
By a resolution of the executive
committee, the State Grange of South
Carolina will be held in the city of
Charleston on Tuesday, the 3rd of
February, next. Col. Jas. N. Lips
comb, Master of that body, says,
"Hals meeting will bo llio most impor
tant yet held in this State. Questions
and matters of vast interest and vital
importance to the order, to agricultu
rists, and to the ?hole State, will bt
considered, acted upon and determin
ed." In view of the letter of Col. D
Wyatt A ikon immediately after his
ittendancc upon the National Grange
lately met ut Canauduigua, N. Y.,
and this pressing, appeal of Col. Lips
comb, our citizens will wait with
more than usual intorest upon the
proceeding of this body. It is gener
ally admitted that there is not the
same interest manifested in tho sue*
cess of this order as was manifest a|
few years ago. Lodges have d ied out,
others are dormant, many are diag
ging out a miserable existence, while
only a few are realizing the benefits
the order so abundantly oilers. Some
move ought to bo made to revive the
interest and reanimate dead Granges,
We know of no scheme better calcu
lated to benefit the farmer, nnd
through him, the < Mire State than
that of tho Patrons of Husbandry.
Indeed it is <be only system, yet in
troduced upon which the fanners can
unite and discuss their varied inter
ests. Every question that directly or
indirectly concerns the agriculturist
may legitimately bo brought before
the members of the Grange. At no
lime lias the necessity for union been
greater lhan at the present moment.
New theories in planting have been
developed, new plans introduced and
new results must he arrived at ; and
no where can these bo belter moulded
to the fanner's interest than in the
Ihe negroes are hacking up Con
gressman O'Connor in his efforts to
secure the repayment of their deposits
in this Radical swindling machine, by
long petitions praying for the passage
of the bill introduced by him. A pc
lion with more Ihnn a thousand sig
natures from Newborn, N. C, was
presented to Congress last week, and
others from various sections of the
South are being prepared for the
same purpose. The bill will doubt
less pass and by the joint vote of the
Democrats and Republicans, because
the leaders of the latter, over ready
to take advantage of a popular cur*
rent, will drift into the movement and
afterward swear it was always their
intention to see that justice should be
done the poor negro. Their criminal
intention, however, has been too pal
pable, and the negro by this time sees
it in the long delay of the "stal
warts" to institute even a measure
looking to justice. Nothing has had
more to do in breaking the confidence
of the nation's wards in their Repub
lican guardians than this foul swin
dle, and nothing will have more to do
in winning that confidence for the
Democrats than this timely act of
That Count In.
The Republicans appear to be vir
tuously indignant over the Maine
cmbroglio. Now, while we would not
attempt to justify the action of the
Maine Democrats in counting out
the Republican oliicials elected by the
people, we think this indignation
comes in bad taste from a party that
stole the Presidency three years ago,
and arc ready lo 6tcal it again should
the necessity again arise for them
to do so. Their violent outcry about
fraud reminds us of a story we once
read. It run in about this wise : "On
one of those s'earners that ploughed
the waters of the Mississippi in days
gone by, a quiet patty was deeply im
mersed one evening in the mysteries
of that somewhat uncertain game
called draw poker. One of the par
ty, a colonel, judge, or major?histo
ry does not record which?in a fit of
abstraction took the four aces from
the pack with which the game was be
ing played, and laid them on his
knee. The game progressed and the
colonel almost 'raised' his antagon
gists out of their boots. When the
'draw* came ho threw away his legit
imate five cards, called for one, and
reached for the four aces on his knee.
They were gone! Rising he cried, in
tones of virtuous indignation, 'Gen
tlemen this thing has gone far enough.
There's cheating going on around the
table!'" Our readers can make the
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The Maine Muddle.
Two issues ago we noticed editori
ally the counting in of the Democrat
ic candidates for the Legislature and
the counting out of the Republican
candidates by Governor Garcelon
and Council. Such a hold act iu a
Now England State must necessarily
create a great political furor, and, if
persisted in with the daring that
characterized the Governor's conduct,
j roust end. at least, in temporary ana
I chy. Since Ihcn tho Republican pop
I tilace have been spurred to madness
by such men as Senator Rlaino anil
bis co-workers, and the Democratic
loaders, who claim to be acting under
tho Constitution and the laws, have
developed an opposition that threat
ens the peace oi the state.
Governor Garcelon was induced to
submit tho legality of his course ol
conduct to the decision of the Statt
Supreme Court in a series of qucs
ion:', with no expectation ol
strengthening his position, but to
meet the demands of public opinion.
This court, composed almost wholy
of Republicans, delivered an opinion
adverse to those entertained by Mr.
Garcelon and his followers. The re
sult of this decision was the lesigna
tion of Governor Garcelon and the
turning over of the properly and the
institutions of state to the protection
of Major-Gen. Chamberlain.
Tho Democrats or Fusionibis,
counted in by the Governor and Coun
cil met in Augusta, organized the
Legislature nud proceeded to busi
ness. From this body the Republi
cans studiously absented themselves
with a single exception, Mr. J. A.
Locke, who remained only to impede
or hinder if possible the business ol
the body bynhjections and challenges.
During all this time the excitement
was intense throughout the state, and
especially in the city of Augusta,
where the leaders of both parlies had
congregated to bolster up and streng
then Ihc Democratic members ou the
one side and tho Republican claim
ants on Ihe other.
At six o'clock P. M. on Monday
last, the Republicans unknown to the
Fu9ionisls, proceeded to the State
House, took possession of both cham
bers and organized a Republican
Legislature out and out. Mr. John
H. Lam son, President of the .Senate,
issued an order that he had assumed
the duties of Governor by qualifying
in the presence of the Secretary ol
State and several members of the
The position of affairs in Maine at
this time, is as follows: Two acling
Governors, Gon. Chamberlain and
Mr. Lamson ; two Legislatures, one
Democratic or Fusionist, and the oth
er Republican; and two excited par
ties, determined to push their viewe
if need he to the bitter end. Thus
far, we are of the opinion that the
Republicans are on the winning side.
The Fusionisto will certainly elect a
Governor from their parly and, in
lhat case, the settlement of the diffi
culty will depend upon the action ol
Geb. Chamberlain, which governor he
recognizes. It is confidently assert
ed that it will not be Mr. Lamson.
Wo of South Carolina, having
passed through a similar experience
in 187G, only more bitter and threat
ening, can well afford to stand off and
look at these New England politicans
cutting each other's throats. They
are juat now harvesting the fruit of
the noxious seed they planted in the
A Scandal in Edgefield.
Tkenton, S. C., January 8.?To
day Oscar Foy, a man who has been
employed ou the plantation cf the
Widow Vaughan, in this county, has
made a confession, in which he states
lhat he and Mrs. Vaughan poisoned
I with strychnine the husband of the
latter, who died suddenly about a
year ago. The deceased was one of
the wealthiest planters in this com
munity and stood high in scciely.
His widow was young and charming.
Afler the death of Vaughan, Foy
managed the plantation for the wid
ow and became very attentive to her.
Iu the,confession of Foy he states
that he bought the poison in Augusta,
(ia., and gives the name of tho drug
gist. He says it was administered in
whiskey by Mrs. Vaughan. Foy con
fesses to having been criminally inti
mate with Mrs. Vaughan, and says
the object of the poisoning was to get
Vaughan out of the way in order lhat
Foy might marry tho widow. A
doctor was not sent for until Vaugh
an was dead, and he pronounced it
the cliect. of heavy drinking. Foy
was to have gone to Florida and re
turn to marry Mrs. Vaughan. Those
to whom ho confessed declined to
tako any steps in tho matter, and be
begged to be arrested. Foy left a few
days after and has not been since
heard from. Mrs. Vaughan denies
the truth of the confession, and says
Foy quarreled with her and trumped
up the Btory for revecge. No arrests
have beeu made. The affair has
created a profound sensation in
this section of the State.?Atlanta
Opening the Campaign.
The Republicans are beginning to
dot the South with bloody shirt or
gans to sorve their purposes in the
ensuing general election. They have
already established the Jjcdger in
New Orleans, which the telegraph an
nounce a few days ago had made its
debut with a liberal advertising pat
ronagc from "Democrats"? save the
mailt! Last night's dispatches pro
claim tho advent at Little Rock of
the Arkansas Rcpublicant and it is
rumored that an organ of the party
is to be CBtablisbebTfn Columbia at an
early day. We trust if it does tbe
the citizens will force it to rely entire
ly on the contributions of the party
it means to foist upon us if possible
to our irretrievable ruin.?Jttgistcr.
Attention. Eclisto liifLes !
ATTEND tho regular parade of yom
corps on Monday afternoon, Jan. PJ
1880, at half-part 3 o'clock, in mil uni
form. By order of tbe Captain.
J. M- BRUN SON,
Notice of. Dismissal.
NOTICE la hereby given that we will
on tbe 13th day February next alter
date tile our final account with the Hon
orable Judge of Probate for Orangeburg
County, and ask for letters of dismissal
as Executors ol the Em ate of Robert
THOS. II. MY ER,
V. V. S. AUSTIN
Jan 14, 1880^-5t Exeoutors.
INotico ttf Ditsnii?sjs?l.
NOTICE Is hereby given that we will
ou tbe 10th day of February next
alter date file our final account with tbe
Honorable Judyufof Probate for Orange
burg County, and ask for letters ot dis
missal as Administrators of the Estate ol
Daniel Kilcy, deceased.
O. B. It I LEV,
J. Uli KIT It I LEV,
Jim 14, 1880?5t Administrators.
BY virtue of an order of the Judge ol
Probate of Orangeburg County, we
will sell at the lale residence of J. "Willis
Culler, deceased, in said County ou Tues
day tbe 27th day ol January, A. D., 18S?.
all tbe remaining personal property of
the said J. Willis Culler, deceased, con
sisting of Mole*, Wagon, Cattle, Corn,
Fodder, Cotton Seed, Farming utensils,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, &e.,
Terms Cash on delivery.
E. L. CULLER,
W, A. CULLER,
. Jan 10, I8S0?2t Executors.
Office of County Commissioners,
Okangeuurg. S. C. Dec. 20, 1879.
a LL persons having approved claims
J\ against the County contracted prior
lo tbe first day. of November, 1S7&, are
hereby notified that a pro rata of eight
> and one-half (8 1-2) cents on tho dollar
, has been declared by the County Com
' missioners, and that checks for the same
1 are now ready for delivery.
, By order of the board.
L. H. WANNAMAKER.
C. It. C. C., O. C S. C.
Jan. 2, 1880?2t
1 Office of County Commissioners, }
> Orakgeburo County. >
OrangkiiuRg, S. C, Jan. 12, 18S0. )
NOTICE tsJiereby given, that by vir
tue of an order of the Court, dated
i January 8, 1880, tbe property belonging
to tbe county, known as tbe "Club
House,situate in Lyons TowiiHhip, in
' the county aforesaid. will be sold at the
, Court ltous<>,$p^tou town of Orangeburg.
on the first Monday in February 1880,
being the second day of said month, to
the highest bidder for cash; purchaser or
purchasers to pay for paper* and record
ing. By order of the Hoard.
L. U. WANNAMAKER.
Jan 16?3t C B. C. C, O. C.
DELINQUENT LANDS FOR 1870.
Amelia?Sam Frederick, 1 lot and 1
Brancbville?George Edwards 70 acres
and 2 building.
Henry Reeves, 70 acres.
Caw Caw?Mrs Eli/.a Groover, 486
Mary Ann Wunnamaker, 40 acres.
Cow Castle?L Bair, 160 acres
Abraham Dukes. Sr., Agt.* 150 acres
Dolley Dukes. 10 acres and J buildings
Shearad Summers, 53 acres and 1
Elizabeth-Mrs E. Ella Jellcoat, 23
Goodbmd?Mrs C Ellesline Fanning,
81 acres and 1 building
Liberty?Herman Chavis, 220 acres.
Lyons?John Gates, 50 acres.
Dave Gardiner, 40 acres
Middle?Peter P Cook, 134 acres and
Perry F Flinches, 84 ncrcs and 1 build
Orange?James 1' Mays. 12 acres.
Pine Grove?Capers Say lor, 154 acres,
R A Flootl 122 acres and 1 liuildinsr.
'J R Wannauiakcr 122 acres and 1 j
Israel M Brown 122 acres, 1 building. I
Irvin MeCauley, 122 acres, 1 building.
Estate J H Dulla^ 771 acres.
Providence?Win Fair 50 acres and 1
John Garviu, 07 acre* and 2 building
Vances?M E Wormick, 706 acres and
Mrs Tft Wbetsil, 80 acres.
Willow?Albert Hays, 54 acres and 1
Office of County Auditor,
0RANGKUURG,*S. C, .Jan. 17, 1SS0.
Notice is hereby given that the whole
of the several parcels, lots and parts of
lots of real estate discribed in the pro
(v ?ding list, or so much thereof as will be
necessary to pay thejtaxes, penalties and
assessments charged thereon, will besohl
by tbe Treasurer of Orangeburg Coun
ty, South Carolina, at his office in said
County ou the first Monday in February,
A. D. 1880, unless said taxes, assess
ments and penalties be paid before Hint
time, and such sale will be continued from
day to day until all of said parcels, lots
and parts of lots of real estate shall he
sold or offered for sale.
DONALD R. BARTON,
Auditor Orangeburg County.
Jan 16, 18S0?It
Bulwinkle's Fertilizer Depot,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
"TU1E following first-class Fertilisers al
X ways on hand and promptly shipped
German Kainit or Potash Salt, 25 per
cent Sulphate of Potash.
No. 1, Peruvian Guanapo Guano, 10
per cent. Animonnia.
No. 2, Peruvian or Cotton Guano, 3 per
Ground Fish Guano, 7 1*2 to 8 per
Novo Scotia Land Piaster.
Fine Ground So. Ca. Phosphate Flour.
Orders filled for other Fertilizers at
Kerr's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
Jan. 0, 1880?3111.
ISotiOO 1)1" l>iH)lliMM3tlr
NOTICE Is hereby given that I shall
one month from ?ute lile my linnl
aeeount with the Ilouoruble Juchze of
I'robate for Onmgcburg County, B. C,,
as Guardian of Thomas O. II. Edwards
and A. J. L. Edward?, and ask for my
discharge. LEWIS M. OTT,
Jan. 0, 1880?5t Guardian.
HAVING found it desirable to move
my plaoe of busluas?, I would res
pectfully request my patrons to coll upon
me at Mr. 11. G. Sheridan's reRldcnoe on
the corner of Church and Jail streets,
where 1 wili be pleaded to receive work
and guarantee satisfaction.
mrs. L. SMOAK,
Jan. 9, 1880?lm Dre-s Maker.
Notice of Dismissal.
npiIE undersigned hereby gives notice
JL that on the 3rd day of February, 1880,
ho will tile Iiis final account with the
Judge of J/iobate of Orangeburg County
and ask for Letters Dlsmtssory, as Exec
utor oi the Will of David A F. Summers,
deceased. J. W. SUMMERS,
Dee. 20, 1879?5t Executor.
l^XECUTORS, Administrators, Guar
jL'j dinns und Trustees are hereby uoti
tied to make their Annual Returns to this
oftlcc durhiir the mouth of January next,
otherwise they will be proceeded against
us the law dlrectB. C. ?. GLOVER,
Judge of Probate O. C.
December 12, 1879.
Office of County Commissiokehs, }
Orangkuurg County- >
Orakgeiiurg, S. C. Jan. 0, 1880. }
SEALED bids will be received at this
otllce until 12 o'clock M. on the six
teenth (lUth) instant, for a competent
physician to furnish medicine and medi
oaf attendance to the inmates of the
County Poor House and Jail, for the
term of one year. 3F>botid with approved
surety, to the amount of the bid will be
required. The lowest responsible bidder
will be awarded the same. The right to
reject any and all bids is reserved.
"|$y order of the Board.
L. II. WANNAMAKER,
C. B. C. C, O. C, S. C.
Jan. 9, 18SG?2t
Notice of Sale.
BY virtue of certain mortgages exe
cuted by William C. Clark to F. W.
Wagener & Co., and dated March 17th,
1S79, and December 17th, 1879, respec
tively. 1 will sell at Public Auction at
the store of the said William C. Clark, at
Saint Matthews, South Carolina, on Fri
day the 23rd day of January, A. D. 18S0,
at eleven o'clock A. M.
All that Stock of Goods In the Faid
store of William C. Clark, consisting ol
Dry Goods, Groceries, Shoes, Fane}*
Goods, Notions, &c., also all fixtures ap
pertaining to said store and stock. In
case the sales be not c -mpleted in one
day, the sale will continue from day tu
day, until the mortgaged property be- all
disposed of. Terms Cash?Goods to be
delivered on day of sale.
W. G. ALBERGOTTI,
Agenr of Mortgagees.
St. Matthews, S. C, Jan. 9, 1880?3t
PAUL S. FELDER,
Charleston, S. C.
IWill handle all cotton consigned to
me for 81.25 per bale. The above to
Include all char/es except freight.
Jan. 2, 1880?tf.
i e ? o
Edison's Electric Light,
Stock worth 109 pur share now selling
from 3,000 to 5.000.
I am still selling Lar.drcth's New Gar
don Seeds for 5 cents a paper; although
some one who soils Ferry's <.'ommissiuu
Seed has been so kind as to tell the peo
ple that I sell old seeds; but my numer
ous customers know LuudretlT* Seed be- j
cause they have te-ted them, and I will I
be pleased to supply them now, in any 1
quantity. Also order any variety not on
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
for sale low down, to close out my
done on Watches. Clocks, Jewelry, &c.,
at reasonable prices.
Don't forget to examine our large collec
Just received by
W. F, Bobluson,
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
Russell Street, Orangebarg, S. C.
Jan. 1G, 1880?ly
HORSES & MULES!!
Thursday, January 1st,
Horses and. Mules
I will also keep constantly on hand du
ring the season, a well selected.stock of
HORSES AND MULES
at priccH to suit the times. Those need
ing stock will do well to call at my Sta
bles before purchasing clsowhere.
Another lot of
B. Frank Slater.
Orangeburg, S. C, Nov. 28,1879-3m
A. II. KNOWt.TON. A. Lathitoi*
KNOWLTON & LATHROP,
Attorneys and Counsellors,
ORANGEBURG, S. C
GEO. H. CORNELSON,
ORANGEUURG, 8. C.
The undersigned would respectful ly Iii?
form tlx; public tbut be Is every day re
ceivinjr large additions to bis nlready
large stock in ull the different branches
and that the same will be disposed of at
bis old motto, "Largo sales and small
1 inn also receiving now and have in
store the following popular brands of
Ktiwau Dissolved bone.
K:iiiiit or Potash Salt,
i Which will be sold at lowest prices.
I have also been appointed agent for
B, F. Avery & Sons, [
(The largest Plow and Wagon Manufac
tory in the world.)
and have received a lot of their One, Two
and Three Horse Wagons, also Plows
this week. Give me a call and see for
GEORGE II. CORNELSON.
Sept. 10, 1879.
THE INSURANCE AGENCY
John A. Hamilton
represents the leading FI HE INSUR
ANCE COMPANIES of England
and the United States.
London Assurance Corporation. Royal
Fire Charter in 1720.
Queen of Liverpool and London,
Western of Canada.91,750.000
Home of New York..1.000,000
Niagara of New York.1,000,000
Two and three years* rates on dwellin. a
at attractive figures * .Stocks of llierchall
dpe, stores und personal property cover
ed at equitable raten.
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
Oet 10 Insurance Agent.
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
St. Matthews S. 0.
We respectfully cnll the attention ' of
the farmers to our general stock
of GOODS nnd solicit a cull wlieue?"?
they visit St. Matthews, A full and
freah stock constantly in store;
Oet 3 mo
At the People's Bakery*
BY TUR PRE8EST; PROP4METOR
( Who is .still ready and willing tu
BREAD, ROLLS, PEES
of all descriptions.
by the barrel or box.
BREAD FOR CAMP.MEETINGS,
Any other meetings at short notice,
JUST RECEIVED FRESH CONFEC
TION AR YS. FANCY GOODS AND
NOTIONS, which will be cold as low as
any tluit can be bought iu Orangeburg.
Tbuuklul fur the past patronage of my
friends and the public I still solicit a con
tinuance of their custom. ,
t. w, albbkgotti,
HUSSEI.L STREET. ;
Next door to Mr. J. P. llarley.
Oraugeburg, Sept 13,1878 ly
D. l\ rLKMINM, j JAB. M. WILSON
We are now opening, direct from
the Manufacturers, a large and new
stock of Roots, Shoes, and Trunks,
FOR FALL TRADE,
Oi dors solicited and promptly fllL
cd. All goods with our brand war?
D, F. I1?NG 4; CO,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IK I
????$,. mm% -
No 2 Hayne street, Cor. of Church
street, Charleston, S, C.sep 27-3
THE DEMAND FOR
IS INCREASING DAILY.
Lamps with niuminators Sold Last Year
CALIFORNIA ST O R E.
The reason n( its great demand is simply becauso it \*
Sab- even lor any child to handle,
Gives twice the liglir of a Chimney Lamp,
No trouble of cleaning chimneys.
No fear of breaking a chimney weekly.
The Illuminator never expands from the beat. It Is the safest and best Lamp In
use. Try one. The Illuminator can be attached to any lamp for a trilling cart by
Proprietor of Ibe California Store. Jan- 16, l?g?.
Don't Forget to Call for your Christmas Presents l^ft
by Santa Claus at
JOSEPH E R OS,
At Captain Briggman's Old Stand.
Katrin?. Currants, Citron, by lbe wholesale, Candles from the plainest to
the finest and in every shape, Sweetheart*, Panorama, Eggs. Sugar Toys
besides 1 am prepared to Ice and Ornament everybody's Christmas Cukes. ?
CIGARS AND TORACCO.
FRUIT! FRUIT!! FRUIT!!! FRUIT!!!!
And everything to make people happy. Call before buying elsewhere.
Orangeburg, S. C, Sept. 2?-tf
A. M. IZLAR. AGT.,
At Briggman's Old Stand.
t~i ALL nnd pet your Hot Meals, Fancy Drinks and Fine Cigars. Coin? early and
\j orJer vour Oyster Stew, Oyster Fry, Chicken and Rice, Ham and Rice, fteef
Bteak and ttice, Saussage and Rice, Ham and Eggs, CofTee, &c., Ac.
Having obtained a first class Restaurant Cook. I prepare everything in nice style.
Call and satisfy your appetite. Everything put dowu at Bottom Prices.
Oraugeburg S. C , Oct. 3,187???ms