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~- Postoilloo X-lojiivs.
Open froui half-past 6 to' 10 o'clock A.
M., and from half-past 10 A. II. to 1 P.
L.Columbia mall closes at 10 A, M. and
the Charleston mall at half past? I*. M.
"?On Tuesduvs and Fridays a mail for
Felderville, Vances Ferry und Holly Hill
'closes at half-past 7 A. M,
? On Fridays a mail for Knott's Millsj
Witt's Mills and Rishes' Store closes a,
toalf-past 2 F. M. _
ouangeuukg, S. c, Ai?1UL23, 1880^
Notice,? We have made arrange
ments with the proprietors of the
News and Courier to club their mam
moth Weekly with the Pemociiat at
553 per annum, for both papers, cash
In advance. _^^^^^
** JVe should not suffer from a cough,
when s, doses of Ayer's Cherry
Pectoial will cure. Time, money,
poipfort, health, all are saved by it.
We learn that the resignation of
Commissioner Connor hes not yet
been accepted ?y tup Governor and
that Mr. Connor is attending to the
duties of his ofllce again.
Those who wish to learn the art of
minature painting, as taught by Prof.
JKvans, of Baltimore, are requested
to call early as the Professor's staj
here will only he a few days longer.
Rooms over Willcocks store.
We received another bouquet of
Sweet flowers on Tuesday afternoon
hist from a young lady. These beau
tiful flowers were highly appreciated
by us, and remind us of the beauty
and loveliness of spring. The donor
has our thanks.
Wp learn that the cattle, in several
sections of the Fork and below the
town, are dying rapidly with a new
desease which attacks the spinal cord
and kills the animal in five or
six days. No remedy seems to avail
any thing as a cure.
I know a lady who had an ugly
wart on her nose removed by the use
of Cou8sens' Lightning Liniment.
For corns and bunions it is tip-top.
Use it for rheumatism and sore throat,
also, and be cured. Price 50c. For
salp by Dr. J. G. Wannamakcr. 2
We were pleased to meet and ex
tend a cordial grpeting to Prof. Berg,
pf Cokesbury, S. C, who is on a
short visit to his friends of our town.
Prof. Berg looks well, is cheerful and
gives a good account of his new home
and friends in the up-country.
Speak gently to my mother. She
is suffering with a severe cough, but
we have sent to the drug store of?
for a bottle of Cousscns' Honey of
Tar, which is highly recommended
by all who have used it. Price 50e.
For sale by Dr. J. G. Wannamakcr 2
We frequently hear a lady exclaim :
f'Oh, dear! I wish I were a man !"
but we do not remember ever hear
jug a man wish himself a woman.
No ; man never dared allow his wishes
to soar so high. lie is content to
admire rather than be the thing ad
mired. N. B.?Th's is not talfy.
Cube Yourself. Take Hall's
Hepatic Panacea for Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Sick and Nervous Headache,
and ali diseases arising from a torpid
Liver. It is purely vegetable, and
satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. Price ?? cts, per bottle.
For sale by S. A. Reeves.
Mr. George Bruner, some lime
ago, while drawing the load from his
gun to clean it, received the entire
contents of one barrel in his left hand
inflicting a most painful as well as
dangerous wound, Mr. Bruner has
sp far rpcoypred. as tp carry his baud
in a sling and attend to his business.
It is very hard to please some peo
ple. For instance, Adam Walker
killed himself at Aurora, 111, because
he had been sentenced to imprison
ment, and on the very same day Mar
pus Boppe, a tramp committed suicide
at Lancaster, Pa., because a magis
trate refused to send him to prison.
The first number of the Temper
ance Advocate, a paper published in
the interest of the Grand Lodge of
GoodTemplar8, colored, has reached
our sanctum. It is a neatly printed
little sheet, and is et]itcd by ll>e Rev.
E. M. Pinckncy pastor of the Colored
Methodist Church of this place. The
paper has a wide field for usefulness,
and we wish it success and long life.
Lqben?'s lh.usu Face Powder.?
A harmless promoter of beauty, im
paiting to harsh, pallid, and bronzed
porople-xiono the fresh bloom of health
and vigor. Being - an ar'iclo of such
delicate fineness its skillfull applica*
Mon produces a rich exquisite blush
go true to nature that its use ccapes
detection by the closest observer.
Pjrice 2/>ct per box. For sale by Dr.
G. Wannamakcr. *
We arc glad lo learn that Mr. An- J
drow C. Dibble, late of Bamberg, has j
moved to our town with the expecta
tion of making this his future home.
Jt is hoped that our hue climate will
havo tho desired restorative effect
upon tho health of Mrs. Dibble nud
tho move may prove not only a hap
py one for Mr. Dibble and family but
fortunate for Orangeburg in securing
so good a citizen.
Mus. Go wan, tho Mother-in-law of
our esteemed townsman, Mr. Biggs,
died at his residence on Friday last
and was buried in the Picsbyterian
Church yard on Saturday. Mrs.
Gowan was an old lady and did her
full share in stamping upon the hearts
of those among whom her lot was
cast, as moth, relative and friend,
tho tender airection and estimable
principles of her own life, We extend
the bereaved ones our warmest sym
We hear considerable complaint
about bad stands of corn due to the
ravages of worms and birds. Mr. R.
F. Way informs us that while his
neighbors are replanting, and in
some places plowing up their corn,
his stand is good and the young plant
growing satisfactorily. This he at
tributes to rubbing th.e seed in com
mon wagon tar with a little turpen
tine to make it coft and ashes lo make
it drop well. The remedy, if effective,
is simple, cheap and worth trying.
Seyeual cards nominating certain
men for certain oflices have been sent
us for publication. JN'ow, really, we
would like lo accommodate these
friends, but wc can't afford to work
for nothing, and consequently these
cards must be paid for. All infor
mation concerning the organization
of Democratic clubs, political mass
meetings or barbecues, anything and
everything bearing upon the life and
condition of the party will be pub
lished free, but all candidates must
pay for their cards.
Tin: coming summer hat for wo
men is to be of straw. It will be
knocked in on the front, jammed in
on the back, shoved in on each side
and kicked in on top. Then the rim
will be jammed up all around to
make the whole effect harmonious.
It will be trimmed with strips of sheet
tin, turkey wings, old fruit cans and
debris generally. It is an economi
cal kind of hat, as it can be made by
taking a boy's old straw hat, running
a wheel-barrow over it a few times
and bitching on whatever comes
Sound principles, such us Jefferson
nnd Jackson announced, were aggres
sive, because they were right. Prin
ciples never listen to a compromise,
but policies and expediencies do.
The people must be educated up to
the importance of having principles,
not only in a parly, but among the
men who seek and ask their voles.
Let the weak kneed Democrats ol
Orangeburg County who favor a com
promise with Radicals paste this in
their hals. The people will not sub
mit to a compromise." Let us win all
or lose all.
Hill's Hematic Panacea. The Liv
er is the king imperial organ of the
whole human system, as it controls
the life, health and happiness of man. 1
When it is disturbed in its proper
action all kinds of ailments are the
natural results. The digestion of
the food, the movements of the heart
apd blood, the action of the brain and
nervous system, arc all immediately
connected with the workings of the
liver. To keep tho liver in a healthy
condition take Hill's Ilapatic Pan
acea. Only 50 cents per bottle.
For sale by S.A. Reeves.
We regret to learn that Mr. Henry
S. Wannamakor, a student at Wof
ford College, returned to his home on
Monday eyening last, prostrated by
bud health, caused perhaps by hard
duty and too close application to
study. Mr. Wannamaker was pre
pared for college at Sheridan's Clas
sical School of this place and was
noted for the very traits which per
haps have brought on this illness.
We hope the care and associations of
home, together with a few months of
rest, will restore, his health and en
able him to resume his collegiate
course next October.
Tjie Dora Bloom Minstrel Combi
nation gave two very enjoyable enter
tainments at Bolivcr's Hall on last
Monday and Tuesday evenings.
The programme was faithfully carried
out, and every one who attended
went away pleased. The different
characters were well sustained by the
members of tho company nnd
the man will? the iion jaws can cer
tainly handle chairs with his teeth,
much better than a great many peo
ple can with their hands. Any one
atlendidg this exhibitions will certain
ly get the full worth of the price of
admittance and more too.
Dors.?Bo suro to go aud hear
Miss Wood read to-night.
Buttericks' Fashions for May arc
ready at Henry Kohns.
The Hon. M. P. O'Connor will ac
cept our thanks for late favors.
50 barrels fancy family fjour for
sale below the market at Kortjohn's.
Orangeburg Lodge, Knights of
Honor, meets next Monday evening.
Twenty njcklo alarm clocks just in
at Kortjohn's. Call early'and secure
The Y. M. C. A. has in contem
plation a dime leading for week after
Read the proceedings of the Con
garee Democratic Club published on
our first page.
Court will convene on 3d May
proximo with Judgo Thomas Thom
Keep your nails paired, and keep
paired yourself. Single blessedness
is an empty mockery.
Mr. S. R. Mellichamp has been
nominated by the Congarce Demo
cratic Clul? for County Chairman.
Clothing for Summer wear in Blue
Flannels, Cassimers, Cheviots, and
Linens, New Styles at Henry Kohns.
Wc hoard two young ladies plot
ting against the peace and happiness
of an old bachelor friend of ours the
At a printer's festival the follow
ing toast was offered : "Woman?se
cond only to the press in the dissemi
nation of the news."
The finest selection and newest
stylos of laces and children's hosiery
at Korljohn. Also a new and improv
ed stylo of corset at 30 cents.
There will ha an extra communica
tion of Eureka Chapter, No. 13, Ll.\
A.*. M.*., this evening at eight
o'c'ock. A full attendance is desired.
Our colemporary, the Times, has
come out in a new dress. Wo are
pleased to note this evidence of pros
perity on the part of oijr neighbor.
The Philadelphia News has found
a ??retired" business man who assorts
that advertising is a humbug. It was
this opinion doubtless that retired
Two long trains, crowded with ex
cursionisls, passed our depot for
Charleston on Tuesday last, and each
day since has added hundreds to the
Parasols, umbrellas, white cravats,
bows, scarfs, and silk handkeichiefs
cheap at Kortjohn's. Also, gents'
white shirts of line quality at 50, 05
aud 75 cents. *
Excellent seasons for cotton plant
ing prevail now and our farmers are
making the best use of them possible
by putting the seed in the ground
rapidly but carefully.
Korljohn is selling embroidery and
laces at 3, 5, G, 8, 10 and 12 cents
per yard. Also, ladies Balbuggan
hose at 15 cents per pair. Now is the!
time to secure bargains. *
[low foolish for artists to represent
Cupid as the god of love, when wc all
know that an old bag full of nioney
has metre influence than forty Cupids j
crowded up together.
A popular Columbia young lady,
who has been spending several weeks
with relatives in our town, returns
homo to-morrow, and wc know a
young man that is powerful sorry.
A Boston paper thinks there ought
to ho a law in this country to compel
every girl who is engaged to wear n
reel bow at her throat. That wouldn't
do a bit of good, livery girl would
The ladies of this county will guar
antee as to the superonty of Town
Talk Baking Powder over all others
and 100 per cent, cheaper get it pure
and fresh from the agent, C. D. Kort
The Republicans of this voting
precinct will meet to-day ut the
schoolhouse in rear of the colored
Methodist church to elect delegates
to the County Convention, which con
venes to-morrow at the same place.
Girls, put in your bids. Wives are
being looked for by the royal blood
of Europe for Prince William, of Prus
sia, anil for the Prince of Orange.
We hate to lose you, but a chance
to secure a future king for a husband
aint to bo sneezed at.
"Haval," writing to the Demockat
from Vance's Ferry, says: Vance's
Ferry Township Democratic Club
met at Vance's Ferry 1*. O. on Satur
day, 17lh instant, and organized for
the present campaign by electing the
following aflicers: President, J. F.
Norris, re-elected; Vice-President,
Thomas Fludd ; Secretary, Daniel J.
Avingcr. Messrs. Augustus Fludd
and R. Bannister wer.' elected dele
gates to the County Convention. Mr.
Augustus Fludd was nominated for
member of the County Executive
Committee. It is the sense of this
club that all state and county nomi
nations for oflices be postponed until
August or September.
We regret to learn of tlie death of
Mr. E. V. Snoll, which occurred at
his residence, about twelve miles
east of town, on Sunday evening last
of paralysis. Mr. Snell was an old
and influential citizens of our count}',
and had won the esteem and conti;
deuce of every one by a loug life of
honesty and ehrstinn consistency.
He filled all the relations of life well,
met his full share of its responsibili
ties and performed every duty faith
fully. IIo was buried on Monday
with Grange honors in the presence
of a largo concourse of neigbors,
friends and relatives among whom he
had so long and so honorably lived.
With them we unite our sympathy and
mourn his death.
We have received a very full cata
logue for the fall nnd winter terms of
Claflin University located at this
place uuder the Presidency of Rev.
E. Cooke, I). 1). This Institution is
under two organizations working
harmoniously together; the Claflin
University and the Agricultural Col
lege and Mechanical Institute of the
Slate with Dr. Cook presiding over
the whole. The summary of students
foots up the very creditable number
of 283 pupils in daily attendance
and shows what a great work
the bcncficcncj of the Claflin family
and the Stale under the labors of Dr.
Cooke and his able corps of Profes
sors are doing for the colored people.
The mechanical work of the catalogue
is beautifully executed by Messrs.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell, printers
All theatrical companies visiting
Orangeburg have failed to bring out
a full attendance of our citizens. To
night, however, our town wi'l have
the privilege of attending an enter
tainment by the accomplished elocu
tionist and lady humorist, Miss U.
Combs Wood. She comes well re
commended by the press of Saundcrs?
ville, Gn., where she taught a class of
young ladies in (locution, besides
giving several public readings. The
programme for the evening is an at
tractive one, and those who attend
will certainly enjoy the occasion. The
entertainment will be given at Boli
vcr's Hall, and we hope to see Miss
Wood greeted by a good audience, as
wc feel no hesitancy in commending
her to the public as a lady of refine
ment and culture. Doers open at
half-past 7 o'clock; entertainment
commence at S o'clock. Tickets, 50
cents, or two for 75 cents. 'lo be
had at the drug stores.
"When Spakrows Build/1?This
is the title of the new Prize Story, the
publication of which will begin in the j
Charleston Weekly Nt-ws on Wednes
day, May 5. Tho author is Miss
Jennie Drake, of Charleston, S. C.
The story begins in the Pyrenees,
and the opening chapters contain
some graceful sketches of Pyrcncnn
life, which are deftly interwoven with
the beginnings of a charming love
story. The scene ofterwards changes
to New York, ar.d is diversified by j
s.omc lively pictures of New York
society. Later, the Carnival in New |
Orleans is introduced, and is vividly
described. The story is artistically
told, and the dramatis personal are i
cleverly sketched. The committee
who awarded the author of 117/en
Sparrows Build the prize of ?nie hun
dred dollars in gold, offered by the
proprietors of The Weekly WeW8t say
in their report that it is "a clever and
charming tale, good in incident,
characterization, dialogue, humor
und sentiment, very interesting, and
full of the evidences of culture nnd
literary skill." The price of The
Weekly News, a mammoth family
newspaper of six pages and fifty-four
columns, is 82 a year. Lower rates
to clubs- Publishers, Riordan &
Dawson, Charleston, S. C.
Ix the last report of the Grand
Jury it was suggested that such a
change be made in the county offices
us would put the Clerk in the ollice
now occupied by the Treasurer, and
the Treasurer and Auditor in the of
fice occupied by the Clerk. By this |
arrangement the present office of the'
Auditor might be given to the Master
which would, save lo the lax-payers
$50 or 875 of rent now paid for a
room for that officer. The court at
Us last sitting ordered the County
Commissioners to make the change if
practicable, and report at the next
session whether the change had been
made, and if not, why not, The
Commissioners, accordingly, passed
a resolution to comply with the sug
gestion of the Grand Jury and order1
of the court. The matter was placed
in lhe hands of Mr. L. II. Wnnnama
kcr, Clerk of the Board, to exe
cute, who entered upon the work of ;
change with Captain Bell by cutting
a door through the wall for the con
venience of the Treasurer and tax
payers. M.r. Geo. Bolivcr, the Cleik
of Court, immediately entered his ob
jection against the further prosccu
lion ol* the work, which was bucked
by n protest from tho bar, signed by
all the lawyers except Maj. T. B.
Whaley and D. A. Stinker. Upon
receiving this the County Commis
sioners met and resolved to postpone
the work until the meeting of court.
On Tuesday morning when the
omnibus was returning from the ten
o'clock train and hat) reached De
Mars' corner. IV iceman Kobt. Jones,
who was standing on tho sidewalk in
front of the store, stepped up with
pistol in hand aud lired upon Mr. Z.
J. King, a passenger with several
others in the vehicle. The sudden-1
nc3s of the attack caused a general
unloading of the omnibus through the
door and windows by the passengers,
and Mr. King, who had fallen from
his scat in the confusion, made his
appearance prepared to meet any
further attack by Mr. Jones. Had it
not been for tho timely interference
of Chief of Police Cannon and Mr. P.
|G. Cannon by seizing the parties'
quite an unfortunate and perhaps
bloody scene would have ensued. The
dilHcully grew out of the arrest of
Mr. King the night before at an en
tertaiuinent at Bolivcr's Hall by Po
liceman Jones, and subsequent threats
made by Mr. King. The matter
will undergo judicial investigation at
the next term of court, and not wish
ing to prejudice the interest of cither
party, wc decline to publish any of
the many versions tbn'. wo hear about
the affair. The firing into an omni
bus, however, loaded with people that
had no interest whatever in the quar
rel, endangering their lives, can hard
ly bo justified no matter what the
provocation might have been for such
an act. Both parties were arrested
and bound over, Mr. Jones for as
sault and battery with intent to kill,
anel Mr. King to keep the peace.
Standard of the World.
Lahokatory ok Static Assay er and
CllEUIST, KlCIUIONli, Va.
Tho Bye Whiskey known as the
"Standard of the World," of which
Messrs. D. O. Davis & Co., of this
city, arc solo proprietors, has been
subjected to a careful chemical exam
ination by me, and found to he free
from impurities. Physicians and oth
ers requiring, a whiskey of the best
quality may use this with confidence.
The same used in this was selected
1)3* myself. Wat. H. Tayi.ou,
Besides the above celebrated whit
key wc have the finest home made
North Carolina Corn Whiskey, and
many other whiskeys of the best
brands, which we offer exceedingly
low. Having given up the bar busi
ness, all of our old friends and cus
tomers and as many new ones as may
honor us with a call, will find it to
their interest to visit our house when
ever they want a bottle of good whis
key, brandy, wine, gin or rum.
I). K. Smoak & Co.
Coriikcted Weekly uy J. C. Pike.
Middling. 13 a 12 1-2
Low Middling.II 3-1 a 12
Ordinary to c-ood.lo.i-la 11 1|
Hice, rough.81 30
Oats, per owl.
liittler, country .25
G-EO. H. CORNELSON,
ORAXGEB?RG, S. C.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the public that he ia every day re,
celving largo additions to bis already
largo stock hi,a,R tho different branches
and that the same will be disposed of at
bis old inqtto, "Large sales and small
I inn also receiving now and jpwe in
store the following popular brands of
Ktiwan Dissolved Bone.
Kainit or Potash Salt.
Which will be sold at lowest prices.
I have also been appointed agent for
B, F, Avery & Sons,
I Louisville, Ky.,
(The largest Flow and Wagon Manufac
tory in the world.)
and have received a lot. of their One, Two
and Three Horse Wagons, also Flows
this week. Give ine U oull and see for
GEORGE H. CORNELSQN.
Sept. 10, 1870.
ICE CREAM ICE CREAM
fte-opening of Joseph Eroes' Ice Cream
Stop and refresh yoUrsclf, having done so, curry some home in a neat little patent
Ice Cream Hag [for winch 110 charge] lor your wives, fciutnrs, cousins, aunts aiid
Oi?aiigeT3Tii?g Ice House!
Ice lor sale in any quantity, send rope or hag to save expenses.
' am also still keeping tlie finest assortment of
G03ST FF OTIONEE Y,
Oranges, Lemons, nnd Nuts of all descriptions, cheaper than any where.
SOMETHING NEW AND DELICIOUS
In housekeeping Shepp's Dedicated Cocoa Nut, also fresh Raisins, Currants,
Citron, Canned goods.
FINE CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES
and smokers articles. Call once and you will call agnin.
Orangeburg. S. C? Sept. '2(5-tf
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
No. 8 IMPROVED.
Easiest to learn, easiest to manage,
The lightest running', the most durable.
Awarded the 011I3' Gram] Prize at the
Paris Exposition in 1873. Over eight}'
competitors. Terms easy.
For sale by
James A, Hamilton,
At lite store of John. A? Rftinllton.
Jacob Reed's Sons,
PH ILA DELPHI A, PA.
Tlie oldest and most reBablp Clothing
House in the United .States. Military
Goods a specialty. A fresh line Spring
Samples just received and orders taken 1
James A, Hamilton,
At John A. Hamilton's store.
Feb 13, 1SS0.
i* agent for the Sale of the celebrated
BALD MOUNTAIN' OORN WHISKEY,
the purest brand in the known world
CALL! CALL!! CALL!!!
and sample for OHCC in 3 0111- lives a pure
It has no equal. Also on hand the cheap
est brands of
SMOKING and CHEWING TOBACCO
in the market.
A full lino of Staple and Fancy
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
Give me a call and be convjueud that
this advertisement is no humbug.
JAMES VAN TASSEL,
At Midler's Old Stand.
in addition to the large ami elegantry
assorted stock pf Dry Good*-, Boots and
Shoes, Ruts, vV-C-i $c, also
of the best quality, cheaper than can be
bought iiiij* were else. The finest and
besi StOck of
'fhe prices of which have just been re
duced 23 to ">u cents per gallon,
D. E. SMOAK & CO.
Have fltttcd up their up-stairs kand bud
in a stock 3*>,u()0 of the linear, best and
ebeapest assortment of
to be found between Columbia and
Charleston. If you are in need of a suit
at any price, Pants, Coat or Vest, don't
tail to tec them before buying. Just re
ceived, lu? barre's of
Which will be sold cheaper than the
same quality can be bought in Charles
ton, make room toy
to be in by the ftret of November.
RUST PROOF WHEAT & OATS
b. E. SMOAK & CO
Orangeburg, S. 0. June 27 U
- ?-?.. ? v*-r
LANDRETIl'S GARDEN HEEDS
of every variety, warranted
FRESH AND GENUINE,
and No Water
NEEDED TO BRING THEM UP.
Try a few
BEANS, COHN. CUCUMBERS,
and lall this lime,
TRY A G A IIV.
Watches and Clocks
IN PLAIN RINGS.
W, IT, RobinMon,
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
Russell Street, Orangeburg, S. C.
Jan. 10, 1830?ly
BRANCHVILLE, S. C,
Offers a large aud vurld stock of
G E NERAL M ERC 11A N D I S E;
at the Lowest Cash prices to make roopv
tor a large
1 have also un band a lot ot tbo be^t
At the lowest possible ligures.
Don't fail to come and examine my sUjqk;
bet?re buying elsewhere.
L F. HV DUKES,
BRANCH.yU.LE, S. C.
Feb. G,1S30? Iiv
Respectfully announces his arrival
from New York and lakes pleasure hi
calling the attention ot bis friends and
patrousto one of the
In all the latest styles, all the new shades
and colors in .Silk, Satin, Bunting. Linen
aud Cotton from the looms of England,
France. Germany, China and America.
Prices to suit everybody in want of a
Parasols, Faun. Laces, Embroideries,
Gloves. Handkerchiefs, Corsets. Uibbous,
Trimmings without cud, und prices all
The latest Novelties of the season in
Ladies' Neck Wear, KuschhlgS, Collar
ettes, Neck Ties, Jabots, Bows, Lace
Scarls of w hich all I ask is tor everybody
to tuko a look at and call soon to make
Also very nice selections o,f figured
Muslim?. Lawns! Pkmes, Galcos,.Furcals,
An immense line of
of every imaginable description.
GENTS' and YOUTHS'
Clothing of the latest styles.
Big stock of Ladies', Gents', Misaes',
Boys and Children's Straw Hats.
Shirts, Neck Ties, Scarfs. Rows, Colhu*.
Underwear, "Suspenders ill tho usu it
for Spring and Summer.
The Premium Light Ituindng.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE,
Machine Needles, Oil, Attachments al
ways on hand.
Goods shown with pleasure, give us a ?
call and I am suro you will all DC mado
1 Orangeburg, S. C, Oct. 10,1879.