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LOCAL
We have seen some line Okra from
c garden of Mrs. H. M. Audxcws.
he earliest wc have seen*
Genoa post olllce at Dr. T. K. Ivcl
's, in , Lyons Township was est ab -
hed about three weeks ?go.
Town Couueil has on hand at
'ortjohn's a supply of disinfectants
or free distribution to our oitizens.
Wc are informed that Judge Thorn
on will be back for court here on
cxt Saturday.
Severn1 communications have been
owded out of this issue by the State
olitieal news. Our correspondents
must bear with us. ;
A new barber shop Ivas Vreen
jened one door east,of Messrs. D. K.
monk & Co., by W. H. Jobuson, a
irst class workman.
Theae will be another Dime Read-'
ing at the room of the Y. M. C. A.
on ucxt Monday evening at half-past
eight o'clock. Admission ten cents.
The "Haid Eagle" of Edgeliold.
as a centre of attraction. He sat
-as calmly in the hall as if all with
him was as placid as a silver lake.
Mr. H. S. Rennckcr is offering fov
sale, a large lot of cow peas and
brick. Those in need of the articles
will save money by calling on the
above gentleman. See card.
An extra meeting of the Youuj
lens Christian Association will be
held at their room at half-past eight
o'clock this evening. A full and
punctual attendance desired.
No remedy more effectually^ de
stroys and expeis worms from tlie
intestines than Shriner's Indian
Vermifuge. It is, without doubt, the
best article in the market
M r. Willie Robinson ?i?s just re
ceived a new supply of real silver
plated goods, which be is offering
very low down. These goods are war
ranted in every respect. Call and ex
amine them.
Wc acknowledge, with thanks, the
reception of an invitation to attend
.the Commencement Exercises of the
irolina Military Institute, under
Fol. J. R. Thomas, v hieb takes place
'on the 11th, at Charlotte, N. (?.
We heard recently, strong talk of
parties clubbing together and pur
chasing a small steamer for the
Kdisto. Go ahead, gcntlciiftfu, it will
be the very thing for pleasure seek
ers. We hope it wou't he a brick
one.
The glass ball tchmof Orairgeburg
has received an imitation from the
team of Columbia to contest with
them in the tournament at the (lapital
on the lGth. Wc have some crack
shots in Ornugcburg, and we hope
they* will decide to go.
Read advertisement of W. R
Thompson, Esq., in this issue, to
which reference has already been
made 1)3' us. He has bought out the
stock of J. W. Moseloy at the Rail
oad corner, and kcc}t* a fresh and
varied assortment of merchandise
always on hand. Give him a call.
'The Sunday afternoon service at1
the room of the Y. M. C. A. bus been
resumed, and will be held regularly
every Sunday afternoon at half-past
six o'clock. The Association.extends
a cordial invitation to all to meet
with them in their Sabbath evening's
service of praise.
We are glad to report that our -sug
gestion of lost week to send Hon.
Sam'l Dibble to Cincinnati, has been
carried out by our delegation. The
Charleston and Clarendon delega
tions acted very fairly in giving
Orangeburg a representation from
the First Congressional District.
?? - mm m*
Many thanks to Mr. J. F. Way for
a mess of the finest cucumbers and
pickle peppers. The former, wc sup
pose is intended to keep us cool on
the approach of the hot weather and
campaign, and the latter will give life
and variety to the occasion. Mr. Way
alwayskecps a line garden.
The brethren of the quill expect to
have a high old time ou the excursion
. to Cincinnati during the session of
the National Convention. It ?s ex
pected thot they will return on a now
and circuitous route by way of the
lakes through New York and back
? again to South Carolina. Who
?wouldn't be an editor just for a fort
night?
See notice of sale of the Hook and
Ladder Truck. It is an excellent
one, but the Elliotts, with the growth
of Orangeburg, need something
larger. This oilers a splendid oppor
tunity to our sister towns who are
wanting to organize a lire department
to purchase. It will be sold cheap. I
Rev. Wm. Stoudenmire, late gradu
ate of the Lot heran Theological Sem
inary at Salem, Va., will preach at
St Matthews Church, Orangeburg,
S. C, on the 1st Sunday of this
month, and at Lebanon on the 2d
Sunday, being the regular days of
the former pastor, Rev. S. T. Hall
man.
?mm* ? ? ? ?? -
The festival of the St. Paul's
Methodist Church will commence on
Thursday evening at the Court 1 louse
aud will last through Friday even
ing. The ladies and gentlemen
having the matter in charge will
be the best guarantee of success.
"We bespeak a line turn out and grati
fying results.
Admission 10 cents. Tickets to
dinner on Friday 25 cents. Tickets;
to he had at drug stores und. from
Messrs. lhirhy, Sims and Fred. l>il>.
ble.
-? m ? mm ? ?
An outrageous shooting a flair took
place on the Rull Swamp road, about
six miles from town, on yesterday
morning. One George Edwards, a
colored man, whose wife had leu him
and gone over to her father's, John
Washington, *ceni into the field of
the latter where his wife auditor,
mother ?verc working, and demanded
til at bis wife go home with him
Upon her refusal he fired, wounding
his mother-in -law in both logs, and
bis \\i<>. ii one. The degree of the
injury we have not b urned, Vmt Ed
wards look Might and a warrant is
now out for his arrest.
The Firemen's Tournament in
Columbia on the ICth inst., is to be a
grand ulfnir. We hope tbnt detach
ments, nl b ast, of the Young Ameri
cas und Elliotts will go. We would
like to sec the Orangeburg firemen
represented'. We hear that there are
objections to carrying "Uncle
J?>c\" .-is it would leave the town un
protected. This does not interfere,
h-owever, with detachments going.
Wc had the pleasure of talking with
some of the firemen of the Capital on
Wednesday, and they expressed great
hopes that detachments from Orange
burg would be on Ic.yikL Our boys
could join with the reel race if we
could not with the engine.
-m? . * ? <aw i ? ? -
The sad intelligence ivwchcs ns vd*
tlie death of Mrs. Carolina Edwards '
the wile of Rev. K.J. Edwards. She
has been suffering from bad health
for n number of years, und for seve
ral weeks past herrlomise has been
daily expected. At last her frail sys
tem has succumbed to the encroach
ments of disease. On Monday bet
spirit was released from its earthly
tabernacle and ascended to the man
sions prepared by her Saviour; and
on Tuesday her body weis carried to
Autioch and deposited by her daugh
ter, who bad preceeded her to the
grave many years before, ilvr cheer
ful disposition, her attractive powers
of conversation and the Christian
graces which radiated front her life
?will long be remembered by the huge
circle of friends, whose fortune it
was to fall tinder her influence.
Often accompanying her husband
in bis ministerial labors ami visits,
she enjoyed a sphere of usefulness in
which a light was shed in her life and
conversation which will be sorely
missed, not only by the loved one
she leaves behind, but by all who felt
the genial rays of her Christian cha
racter. Rut why should we mourn
when the Christian dies ! The earth
ly tabernacle, it is true, is dissolved,
but the spirit has gone to take up its
abode in that house not made with
handsjcternal in the heavens.
Til K WillTTATJ3P AFFAIR.
The Committee appointed to inves
tigate into the Whilakcr outrage :it
West Point,an account of which has
appeared before, have made a report,
and they have decided from the evi
dence, that Whitnker committed the
outrage upon himself, and was feign
ing that he was insensible at the
time the Post Physician visited his
from.
"We regret this ofToir because
W hi taker was n colored cadet and on
that account the action of the Com
mittee will be misconstrued.
Rut the colored people will please
remember thai this thing occurred at
the North, and that the South had
nothing to do with it.
If West Point had been iu the
South what a righteous wail would
have gone up from the Radical
saints! What n flutter would have
been given to the bloody shirt!
THE SPIRIT OF THE STATE CONVEN
TION.
There is nothiug more encouraging
than the excellent spirit which per
vaded the Democratic State Conven
tion in Columbia this week. The
order and decorum was perfect.
There was not a jar from any source.
A spirit of concession actuated every
member. Tlie light on postponement
was earnest ami ably conducted, but
there was not the slightest exhibition
of bad feeling. The minority, w hen
defeated, after a most gallant light,
bowed gracefully to the inevitable,
and pledged a warm support of the
action of the Convention. Nor .did
any one exhibit this spirit more con
spicuously than the dashing leaders
of ICdgefield, Gary and Shcppard.
The hitter, in an earnest speech,
urged that Hampton and Mutier be
sent to Cincinnati without a dissent
ing voice and both he and Con.
Gary voted for these gentlemen as
well as for Ilngood for Governor.
Such unanimity is .seldom seen in
any body.
Kvcrv vole in the Convention was
east for Senntors)! I am pton and Rot
ier, and for the gallant Ilngood, our
next Governor.
Ib V, IZLAK, 10K I'ltOHATE JUIltiE.
f'tlit or Qrttngrliurg Tiniest:
Tlie idea which is so urgently
pressed, that tt lawyer is absolutely
necessary for the office or Probate
j dttdsro, is incorrect, and will not
do to palm off on intelligent people.
Thon- are some cases that come be
fore the .lodge of Probate which re
quire judicial knowledge, but this
knowledge can he obtained by any
one, from any attorney at law.
Haven't the oHiebils of our County
hired attorneys from whom they ob
tain legal information, and if thoy
haven't, they ought to have. Let them
he lawyers or fanners, no man is per
fect in the 'iaw. Rut the majority of
cases in the Judge of Prolin to oflice
required for their investigation,
simply a man of educations one who
understands business and legal
terms, and an educated school teach
er will make as good a Probate Judge,
with the soivantages of hired legal
lalletit, as a lawyer. The lamented
Win. M. Hut son, one of the most
scrupulously conscientious men that
ever lived, in a public speech, while
In* uus rutting for the office, said,
thai w hile there were advantages in
:i lawyer occupying the oflice, he was
far from maintaining that i: was
lltfccssary for a Lawyer to fill. Men
who are not Lawyers, have success
fully filled the oflice before, both in
this County, awl in others. It is not
fair to exclude any class. 1 do not
propose to exclude the lawyer, but 1
don't believe in getting up a false
idea, to exclude everybody else from
this office. This is going to be the
.argument used from now until the
nominating Convention is over, to
shut out anybody eise but a lawyer
from this oflice, but it is not fair. Let
the lawyers und other candidates
who are competent to fill this oflice,
stand on their own merit, and have
equal chances. We do not believe in
any one class or set of inch appro
priating tin ofilce to themselves, nor
do we believe in any one man hold
ing nil oillce too long, or making his
living by ofliee holding. 1". S. Grant
to the contrary, notwithstanding.
Turnabout is fairphiy. The oflice of
Probate Judge should be filled by an
honc'-d, decent, sober and inb liigcnt
man and if. along with these qualities,
we can get one who is of the people;
who has never held olliee in his life,
one wdio has never been over-anxious
to hohl fYllice. but one who is willing
tu accept, mid bow with humble sub
mission to the honor conferred upon
him by his friends, let us nominate
him. Such n man is 1$. P. 1ZLAR.
Quiet, unassuming and a commodat
ing, he would make a most efficient
and acceptable officer.
No Moxoroi.v.
CHICACrO.
The news from this center of inter
est where the Republican Convention
is assembled does not look as much
like a walk over for Ciesar as it first
appeared. The Grntititos have held
a caucus und the tactics seem tobe if
Grant can't be nominated that they
will concent rate on Kdmomls to- bent
Rlaine and Sherman. Wc suppose
by to-morrow we will know what to
expect. The ginlits arc battling
now for the mastery.
Mit. W. II. Bahkett, Augusta, Gr.:
Dear Sir?I can cheerfully recom
mend your Gilder Pills as the best
Blood Purifier 1 have ever used. Giv
ing to the system a healthy tone, im
proving the appetite and clearing the
complexion. They have also reliev
ed me of headaches resulting from
biliousness. They stand pre-eminent
as the Bebt Pii.l Made.
Very respectfully,
F. Vox Kami*.
For sale by Dr. S. A. Reeves.
Bntterick's new patterns for June
are ready. Call for new fashions,
paper, at Henry Kohn's.
The decline in dry goods has so
far affected the market that some of
the best prints are sold from 6 to 7
cents at Henry Kohn's.
The genuine corii cob tobacco at
I). Stnoak & Co.'s at manufacturer's
prices. Beware of imitations as
there are many Oil the market.
A sallow complexion is indicative
of worms. A few doses of Shriucr's
Indian Vermifuge will destroy them
and give a bright and healthy com
plexion.
The white sewing machine gives nui
veral satisfaction. Lightest running,
easiest managed and bctft satisfying
machine ever sold any where. A
few more left at Henry Kohn's.
Peaberry codec, the best and cheap
est known in the world at D. E.
Smoak & Go's. Money refunded to
any one who uses it without satisfac
tion.
Don't you folget it! Dr. Wanna
maker's soda fount is more popular
than ever. In fact then- has been
such a demand for the cooling 1
draught that the Doctor bus been
compelled to employ extra help in
order to accommodate his huge run of
customers. Goand refresh yourselves
and take your nearest friend along
with you. A
Thin rind breakfast strips, the best
put up and only ID cts per pound at
I). E. Smoak & Go's.
Sufferers, Read This!
If yon are nlllictcd with Neuralgin or
11endliche, you can he speedily relieved l>y
tiikiag the Specific Neuralghie. Speedy in
its action, entirely free from Opium and
other Narcotics, it commends Used* in be
ing a* innocent us efliciciit.
Hi nt, Kankin* ?& La.mak, *
Wholesale Agents, Atlanta.
For sale by i'r^. A. C. Dukes, and .1. tit
SVaiiMiitiKtker.
may 11 Ini
Hax <fc Rrtv'.i celebrated sugar
cured hums guaranteed sound and
sweet. I2A cents at J). E. Smoak A
Go's.
Will You llrdieve It?
Woman's best friend. To relieve the
Helling heart woman, and bring joy
where sorrow reigned supreme, is a mission
before wlticli the smiles of kinpn dwindle
into uttvr insignificance. This is the pecu
liar province of Brndfiold's Female Rcgu
lator, which, from its numberless cures,
is appropriately styled ''Woman's Nest
Friend.1' The distressing complaint known
as '?wluto*." and various inogularitlcs of
the womb, to which woi lan is subject, dis
lipptar like magic before a single bottle of
this wonderful compound. Physicians
prescribe it.
l'rcjared by I>r. J. Ibadfield, Atlanta.
(ia , tnd -old at $!.f>0 per boltlc by Dr. A.
C. Dukes, ami also by Dr. J, G. Wanna
maker.
Now in perfect ii ka i.tii.
Near Maiuktta. (la., March 21, KS70.
iSome months ago I bought a bottle of
Hradlicld's Female Regulator, and used it
in my family with the utmost .satisfaction; j
have recommended it to three other fami
lies, and they have found it jtisl what it is
recommended, /fhe females who have
us-d the Rcgu kit or are now in perfect
health, sml aide to attend to their house
hold duties. We cordially recommend it
io the public Rev. 11. n. Johnson.
may M lm
.llnrloii JackHon
Respectfully returns his thanks to ]
his many customers for their past
patronage, and hopes to merit tho
same in the future by keeping con
stantly on hand fresh meats of every
kind at his old stand, in rear of the
Postofncc, during the present year.
Market Reports.
Corrected every week by Messrs. Itui.i.
tt ScOVtl.L.
FniOAV, June 4, IS80.
cotton
Middlings. 10J(S\
Low Middlings. HV.r,
Ordinary. 9yr0|
PROVIS ONfl
t orn...75(5*80
New t'orn.
Teas. 75
Fodder, per 100 lbs. 90
Hough Rice.$ 1 35
Hook and Ladder Truck For Sale.
Strongly built, well equipped, and in
perfect order. Terms easy. Apply to
S. A. .REEVES,
W. L. GLAZK,
J L.HEIDTMAN.
NOTICE.
JI/AYOJl'S OFFICE,
June 3rd 1880.
Citizens are hereby notified that they can
obtain disehfectants by calling at the .Store
ofC. D, Korijohn.
7/v Order of the board of Health.
J.S. ALUEUQOTTI, Act. Mayor
For Btile on reasonable terms.
Also :i large lot of good sounn
COW I^JVKS
By II. 8. RENNEKER.
juno *t l^
THE UNDERSIGNED
OUVth (o his friends.and lite
public, at the store recently occupied
A full Stock of General
MERCHANDISE.
A call solicited and satisfaction guaran
teed.
TOBACCO
\\ ill he made a specially.
W. B, THOMPSON.
jnne -1 1880 ly
\VrF Of lor the following
7 t C.oodH at low priocn for
the next Week:
Nail.*, 5 cts.
Coffee, 12J l?, 20 ein.
Tea. 50, 70 eis. and !j>1.
Swift and Courtney's Best Matches, 25
cts. per Do/..
Tobacco, 80, 35, 10, 55, ct?.
Pocket Knives, ?r> to 50eta.
Ink, 25 to (?(?et? per Do/..
Corsets, 30, 50, 75c. $1 $1.00
Straw Hut a, Dn. to 3tl.50.
Calico, warranted, at 5ctS,
Flour, still decliring. We will give you
the belie?t of every decline regardless of
TAX PAYERS! TA XPAYERSI
Notice is hereby given thet the time for
the collection of Town Taxes without the
penalty is extended to the first (1st) day of
.lime 1880, after which time the penalty
will possitivcly he added.
C. It. JONES, Clerk.
may 21 St
Editor Ornuqcbiirg T imrs :
I hereby announce myself a Candidate
for the office of Sheriff, "mid will MibmLtto
the results of the County Democratic Con
vention
Vcrv Itcspcctfullv,
J. \V. MOSELEY.
May 19th 18S0.
TM E WOK Ki NO p EO PIjE'S
(a.m)iratk.
Mr. Harpin Riggs is announced aa a fit
Candidate for the odice of Clerk of the
Court f?>r Orangehurg County, lie has
linn tried in oflicj and has never found
winning in his duty.
TIIF. WORK I NCI PEOPLE.
For Judge ol* Prot>ate.
Editor Orangeburg Times:
l'lease aiuionnce Mr. Charles R. Glover
as a candidate for the above office. It is
u*elci?s *o say anything in his favor, as bis.|
ability is already displayed by the manner
in which he has discharged the duties of
that position during Ids term of service.
We further urge our claim in his behalf on
the ground, that the incumbent ofthat
office ought to have considerable experience
i.i the practice of law, its the office in not
ministerial, hut is beyond a doubt, judicial.
Any persons, desiring to satisfy themselves
on this point, can do so by referring to the
I Constitution of our State, ''Article 4, Judi
cial Department, See. 20." Also Revised
Statute, pafjes 57"^ to ?7S, '' Title 4, Pro
bate Court," and to the " Rules of Court."
In nominating Mr. Glover through your
columns, we. pledge him and ourselves, to
abide by the decision of the Democratic
County nominuting Convention.
Many Votkrs.
NOTICES*
M AYOK'S OFFICE.
May 20th 1800.
Hereafter any [party found removing, or
in any manner tampering with the Street
L imps, will he arrested, and upou'sunicient
proof, will bo heavily lined. An several
Lamps have 1 een taken from their places.
All parties are warned again*! having them
In tbeir possession.
By Order of,
J. S. AI.BKttGOTTL Act. Mayor.
C. It.JoxKfl, Clerk of Council..
Not ce to Farmers.
After three years of practical experience,
I am now prepared to offer 1113' services to
the Farmers nfOrnngeblirgand adjoining
Counties to do all kinds ol Gin repairing.
Old liins mode as good as new. Will do
your work lit your bouses, ami nave you Iho
trouble of moving the Gin. All work
warren ted to give entire satisfaction.
Orders respectfully solicited.
LANODON W. POOSEtt.
Orangehurg, 8. 0.
may 21 -1m
(ihnuipiiigii Larger Heer,
j bottled by the English Bottling Co.,
prescribed by Physicians as the mast
healthy beverage in the world. Fresh and
pure. For sale at Wallace Cannon's old
stand, by J. DEB ANDREWS, Agt.
ALTCTIONKK \\ W XG,
T. C. HUBBELL
Will attend to the sales of Real Estate,
Personal Property, &e., Public or Private.
Business entrusted to him w ill be promptly
attended to.
Orangehurg, So. Ch., Dec. 1st 1870.
nov -'S 1879
ITiOIi it Cool Drink ofCrab
" Apple Cider, go to Wallace Cannon's
Old Stand.
IF'Xj-A.GO-'S
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I
Nkvbk Gkti Hahd.
Cam de Madr any nritKNOTii Dgmukd. Ljivt
TWICE ai Lo.to.
DUMios Curtt trlttuut Dragging Uli Britta.
cork*
Chills and IW,
lircr Complaint,
DjUKpsia,
Nenralfji*,
Renown ew,
Rhenmaliiin,
CostheneM,
Female
Weakntw,
Eick & Nerton?
Detdacfae.
These Pads Cure Mt DNeiurs by AI*6rplion. Nd
Noxfotu PltU,OMi,or Poisonou*meOlcllieaaretakeH
Intotlio Htoinncli. Thl ]'ml? a:t Worn over the Pit
of the Stomach, coviririK the fircat Nervi? f-'tntrea,
atfo tliu Ltver ami St<miac!i. A tfi title VcjCcUkbta
Tonic Ii atMorbed Intothedrcutatlmnfthe H!oo<l?nd
I.ivcr.purify inic tneBltwd.idmntrtinf the Lirrrand
Klilntyi to healthy ncti-n. sad a'.?rnrttvnlnK tl>*
Stomach to di;rc?t f.Mxt. PatCR or 1'api SI anu t!
KACti. Sold by all Dcrocuri,<>r ?CBtbjT Mail
or Kipress.
Manufactured at 39 t it North (.isckti St.?
Daltimu&u. Ml.
I ? ilioiceCucwIng andSinokanjC
\J Tpbacoo, Brandy Peaches &c, at Wat*
hu-e Ccnnon'a old stand.
COME AT LAST !
C. M. VAN O its ?EU, Jr..
Photo and Artist.
lias opened a Gallery in front of Mcrort*
ey's Hotel, where the public can have Pho*
tographs taken of tlrst class and artistic
finieh. Nothing but first class work done
this Gallery. Cull and examine samples
at Gallery. All wishing good
work done can have the chance without
having the expense of going to the City
for the same. Call and see inc. All work
cash when von sit.
'C. M. VAN O RS DELL, Jr.
npl 2 If
Sontli Carol 1 tin Hail lloacl
l'nHMciiKcr Department
CHANGE Of ScnP.DCI.Ti
On and nPer May IGth, 1880, Passenger
Train-* on this Road Will run as follows t
(till further orders.)
G re o n v i 11 o Express .TfttlMi
going EAST.
Leave Columbia at.4 15 P M.
Arrive at Camden at. 7 45 "
Leave Orangeburg.6 05 "
Arrive at Charleston.9 00 14
ooino WEST.
Leave Charleston at. 5 45 A M.
Leave Orangeburg at. S 10 "
Leave Camden at.. 7 00 *?
Arrive at Columbia at.10 30 "
Way Freight autl Passenger Trains.
OOINO BAST.
* Leave Columbia. 5 40 A Bf
Arrive at Camden.13 00 P M
Leave Orahgeburg.10 08 A Rt
Arrive at Charleston. 2 00 P M
" ylugtista. . 3 25 "
OOINO wkst
? Leave Charleston. 9 00 AM
*' Augusta. 8 00 *?
" Orangebtirg. 1 15 P M
Arrive at Columbia. 5-37 "
* Passengers leaving Columbia orTC.har
leston on these trains have to change cars
nt Branchvillis to roach Charleston at 2 00
\. m or Columbia at 5 ?"7 p m.
Night Express Train,
OOlNO EAST
Leave Columbia. 9 30 P M
- Orangeburg. 12 30 A M
Arrive at Augusta. 4 SO *4
Charleston...... 0 20 M
* Passengers to arrive in Charleston at 6 20
A. M., have to change cars at Branchville
if they are not in the sleeping cars, which
goes through without a change.
OOINO WE8T
Leave Charleston. 0 65 P M
" Augusta. 7 40 "
'* Orangeburg. 2 45 A M
Arrive ut Cohinibia. 6 10 "
New York Express.
OOINO EAST
Leave Orangehnrg. 5 47 A M
Arrive at Augusta. 9 24
OOINO wkst
Leave Augusta.'.. 6 00 P M
Arrive at Orangebtirg. 9 57 "
The Greenville Expresi and tha
night Ex press Trains will run daily.
AH other trains will run daily except Sun*
days. Sleeping Cars are attached to Night
Express. Berths only$t 50 to Charleston
or Augusta. These trains make sure con
nections at Charleston with New York and.
Baltimore Staatners on Wednesdays and
Saturdays, also with Florida Steamers on
Tuesdays and Saturday*, also with 7am
train S & C Railroad for Savannah and
Florida Points. Connections made by
other trains at Augusta with trains from and
to tbat point, also with all trains from and
to Charleston, D C ALLEN,
U P A T A.
JOHN B PECK, Cieneral Sunk
.1 (J. POSTELL, Agb, Orangebtirg. S.C.
PRIVA TlTli?X?Vr
A neat Dwelling with 4 Rooms, Fire
Places, and Kitchen attached, with a Lot
2 acre; in a healthy location. Terms made
easy. Appy to
T. C HUBBKLIV, Auctioneer.
ASK J^??
BITTERS
A TRUE TONIC
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.

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