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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 July 1879

Til K ORANfl EIWRG TIMES. ISSUED / v lillV FRIDAY tt?flNlMO MKLLICIIAMP ft KDVi Al'.DS. IM-oprietors. STII.F.S K. MF.bhICIlAMP Editor. Terms of Subscription* f">/ir Otfiy one Year.$1 01) " Sir Moni he. 75 -,?:o: Rates of Advertising. (hie ?^fUitrc 1st Insertion.51 00 Faeh Svbttiiquent " . 50 f Xotictt inverted in Load Column at 20r per Line. All ^ubtcrifitions end Transient Adiert'ne inrnt? to be pliid for in Advance. Jvr?"~ Wo aro in no wny responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspond FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1879. Hinds Great Speech. In our judgment the best speech of this session of (Congress whs made a few days ago by Hon, Frank II. II m il of Ohio in answer to Mr. G ufield on the Republican fide. It is certainly the clean st exposition of the Consti tution and the Democratic policy ever yet given. Ho showed that the doctrine o.' consolidation advaucod by the llo publieans was entirely antagonistic to the express provisions of the Con ?lituliou. 1>1-. Gar fie Id advanced...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 July 1879

T h e O r a niroTou Timen L O C .A. Xi PostoJlicc Hours. Open from S:30 to 10 A. M. Open from 10:30 A. M. to 4 1?. M. On and after the 12th inat., the Columbia mail will be opened and delivered cadi night. Columbia mail closes at 10 A. M. Charleston mail clones at 0:30 P. M. On Tucadays and Fridays a mail for FeldervUlc, Vancea Ferry and Holly 11 ill, close* at 7:30 A. M. On Fridays a mail for Knolls' mills. "Witts' mills' and Itiahes' Store, closes at 2:30 P- M. To Subscribers? In consequeuce <?f our incicased circulation, we have been obliged to purchase a new set of subscription books. If in transferring from the old to 'he new boo s, any nri toes have been omitted, ploase notify ui imme diate]}', and the erroi will bo correct- j cd. Remember our subscription i price is only 81 per annum?eheapei than any paper in the State, ami yet \ it contains the samo news. A PLLASANV EXCURSION tc t:ik 44 GIT V 13 Y T Hi: S EA." A SAIL AROUND TUE HAKB0R AND A KI N TU T1IK BAR. We mean by th...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 4 July 1879

Snakes A Pinn who has 'Em Bad, but Don't Blind It. A et rious exhibition \\^\- given ic Dr. PuneVtia Kvo's r i .: offi. it in 'ti by :i rchicoct'n'.i niHiitifael'it' ee; out i?f ihe mosses kvliich grovv ou white cik urd hickory-hut trees | Tliij hicis iuid I.e.'.' put in three tin*! it 1 :>! f pints] u wuteiythiiy said, anil bailed d< vvn t-> half ;i pint. Tho phvsi ians chose a rattlesnake in proiereut'C to a copperhead 01 cot toiimoutb snake, by either of which C ollins proposed to make the test. 11c was bitten on the wri?t by the rattlesnake, atul the wound bled. lie nt once applied tho remedy to the wound und took it internally. Iii "pulse heal ?I S I; temperature 99 At the end oi l ") minutes froth the bite, the j ube had risen Id 91 and the te tripe rattiro to 10* degrees; lo n i utta h:< re Ii?h pulte wtid 9o und '< n ] ? itttuvc HJO; i 'tie hour Ir i?i the titkio nt' tin' bi e, tho pul.su heat at 90, while ihe temperature marked 98}. At tl.i- p.nut of tiie pro...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 11 July 1879

P. G. CiOTQH ONE DOOK RAST OP I>r. A. C. Duke's H>?u<; Store, Wim will keep lOUstiir.ilv nil !.;ili(l > :i I I 1 .1.' in.I COM l>J,l Jljj . loci? of ,11? iMnvurc, -Cutlery, <!* ji " Sr Ktols. Anc. SiiorJiiis Gootls ui' every deseiiption. From the vmy lust mruiu'hetiines just re ceived nml for sale low (town. AIfo nil kinds of l?C|mil*il)? # done on the sho. lest notice lot Uun?, i'islols, Locks, Cmhiellas, und sieving machines Pone Up and Adjusted. fvi>" All goods and work warranted to give entire satisfaction in quality work litnuship and price. Thanking my friends for past patronage 1 hope to merit u eontinunee of the same in the future. !'. CANNON. Kept 23 1S7S ly 13 ricks; JV^r s^. t Lo. 100,000 first-class Drangt hu* - Uriek or sale at the Orangelmrg Hrick Yard, hov particular* Arc, enquire of A. M. IZLAlt . the Yard, or to JAM KS C. I'KLC. may '1'.) ? ;lm. BLACK*: M LTBIN G AN 11 T-IQRSES1 I ( ) I :i X< i. The undersigned respectfully informs tho puhlic...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 11 July 1879

T1IK Oil A NC*KHU IM? TIMES. ISSUED ?VEltY I'KlDATt HORMN'U ?KLLICHAMr & KDWAKDS, Proprietors. SULKS It. MKM.ICIIAMP Editor. Terms of Subsci*iption? One Copy one Year.J I 00 ? Six Month*. 75 Rates of Advertising. One Stuart 1st Tnsrrdon. ?1 00 Each Subsequent ". . ?r?0 I \lVotiet? inserted in Loral Column of 20c per Line. All Subscription* ami Transient Advertise ment* to be paid for in Advance. J6ST" We are Jn no way ref-j?onfol>lc for ? he vievfi or opinions of our i'orrcspomi mts. FRIDAY, Jll/Y 11, 1ST'.?. Siblin.e Assurance. The resolutions ofTered by St raker at the Webster meeting held on the Eourth of July on his private grounds for the purpose of perpetuating the slander against the whites, which Dr. Wf bftorpublished in the N. Y. "Tri bune" a few months ago, wore order ed to be published in tbo Times, the K. Y. "Tribune," and the "Demo crat,'' and lor this purpose were brought to our office yesterday. If the resolutions can tailed any arguments or proof rebutting or ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 11 July 1879

Tho OrangebiiT'jg Times L O C A Tj finsy for Uh? The flood of communications and other niattor has made our work eas, for us this week. With better reading matter, and a plenty of news, we ki. <r tlmt our subscribers will excuse he lack of editorials this time. Water Melons Are coming in freely. The Time For making tax returns will expiro on July 20th. Every Family Should keep a supply of the cele brated Gern*an Chumomile Tonic on hand. Frrsh Garden Heed? Go to Willie Robinson for your gaidcn suds. He has just reo- ived a fnsh tu] ply. lb ad his raid. OmlNsloii? Cur irpoi ti r inadvertently omitted the name of H. H. Mo-s fruin the li-t of speakers worthy of special in u tion, at the exhibition last week. Fire? A colored man living on tho Hud Swamp Road, ucar Mr. Wesley Oul lei's, lost his house and everything by fire last week. See Card oj Capt. John A. Hamilton in another column, reference to which was made iy our last issuo. Head and be profited. JPersonal? We enjoyed a visit f...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 11 July 1879

Why Farming Does Wot Pay, We tec nil around us fanners wear ying long and gloomy laces, and hear the too oft-repeated remark : "The times uro hard, and farming docs not pay ." When farming is so managed that it v.ill not pay, no wonder that our country is in euch a lad condi tion and times are so hard. But how are they to bring about a change V "What can they do to innko farming more profitable? With the piesent management, they can do nothing ? na), worse than nothing. They must mnko n new start; for if ever ono set of people needed reformation, .is ii the farmers of the South. Ju the first place wo need more organization, as there is le?s of this among tho far mers than any other class of business men; we need more' farmer's clubs" all over our land and country , more social feelings, and the experience and advice of our neighbors, all of which tend to constitute unity, ami in unity there is bound to be strength. In the second place, we need farmers to make laws to govern fanners....

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 18 July 1879

onedom.au i-er annum, j. GOD .A-NT) OUR COUNTRY. always in advance VOLUME VI FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 18 1879. NUMBER 33 p. g. CAtmtm ONE DOOU EAST OK I>r. A. C. Duke's Drug Store, W ho. . will keep ,..constantly Oil hand :. VFLLLaiid COM "I'LLTKsloelc of ? illtirilware. Cutlery, O'IkIoI*, And Sporting CnOt)<is of every description. riSllIXG TACKLE From the Very liest manufactories just re ceived and tor sale low down. Also all kinds of Requiring done on the shortest notice to Onus, Pistols, Locks, Umbrellas, and SE\VI X G M AC I I IXES i~>onc 111> nnd Adjusted. flQ>" AH goods and work warranted to give entire satisfaction in quality work manship and price. Thanking my friends for past patronage 1 hope to merit a continunea of the same in the future. P. U. CANNON. sept 28. 187S ly 33ricks For Sn le. 150;000 first-class Orangebnrg Brick for Halo at the Orungeburg Brick Yard. For particulars &c., euqniro of A. M. IZI'AK at 4he Yard, or to JA MLS C. BELL. may 23 hin BLAC...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 18 July 1879

THE ORANGEUUKG TIMES. ISSUED rVEUY FRIDA? HORNING JlEliMCIIAMP& KDWAUDS. Proprietors. STILUS K. MELLICH AMP Editor. Terms' of Stibscvipt.ioii? On< Copy one Year.$1 00 " " Sir Months. 7") llatos of Advertising. Onr Square lei Insertion.Si 00 /inch Subsequent " . .r>0 P i'JVclicoa inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions nntl Transient Advertise ments to bepaidfot in Advance. SSff~ Wo arc in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspond ents. FRIDAY, Jt l.Y is, 1879. "Respectable Murder eis.'' Wo made Fome remaiks on the above subject nt the time o( tho kill ing of Col. Alston by Cox in Atlanta. Otir attention is again directed to the matter by the recent acquittal in Macon Georgia of Abner Gibson, a so-called gentleman of high circles, for the murder of Coleman, a raau of obscure family. The circumstances of the case are briefly ros follows : Gibson was on a spree in Macon, crazed with liquor. Ho came to a restaurant door in w hich Colema...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 18 July 1879

Tho Qranfgetmrg: TimcF L O O A. The "Old Folks Concert" In spite of the weather is still promised by the musical friends. Cap*. Bell Started the corners of the Refinery on Tuesday morning. May this be the corner stone of other enterprises. J. W. II. l>ukcM, Jr., Lost a hor.e from the effects of the sun on Tuesday. It died in Mr. iSain's yard. Hurrah for Iii? Darkey I The Marim "Slnf" says there are only lour persons iu Marion jail, and they sue all white. Fresh Caurdcn cods Can-uiw he obtained at Mr. \Vi lie Kobiiison's. \Yc retain thanks l<> Mi. lit Lies' i! for a line n eh n Wed nesday morninif. The SunHor (kii:srds, Of Charleston, went by on Mon day, on their way in Greenville. They were a jolly set of young fel lows. I'el.'ow l ever Has been reported in Memphis, and a perfect stampede from the city followed. The disease, however, has not icad and the panic is subsiding. Eli Perkins ? Comes at the Town Council again. He also hits "Ike Slimkitu" a crack on the cranium. We...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 18 July 1879

[For the Orangeburg Times. What Jesus Did fur Us. For im He left His Home on high, For ns to earth He came to <lie, For us He slumbeicd in :i mutiger, For it.') to Egypt, tied a stranger, For us abuse He meekly bore, For us a crown of thorns tie wore, For us He braved Gethsemane, For tin He hung upon the tree, For us His final feast was made, For us by Judaa was betrayed, For us by Puter was denied, For us by pilate crucified, For tin Ilia precious blood wax shed, For UB He slept among the dead. For U8 He rose with might at last, For an beyond the skies He passed, For us He ("line at God'a command, For us He sits at God's right hand. F. I). P. i ??mjjpp ? ? ? ??? Vor the Orangeburg Times. To DIako Farming Profitable and Pleasant. Mr. Editor : "Wo admire your paper and ask Bpaco that wc may, liko J . C H., and J. W.S., of the Democrat, contribute to its columns. Wo shall write you ?a number of let ters on agricultural subjects, if acceptable to you and readers. He will give you th...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 25 July 1879

ONE DOLL Alt PER ANNUM. )? VOLUME VI GOD ^TNTD OUR COUNTRY. always is advance NUMEER 34 p. a. cajtoton ONE DOOU EAST OF Dr. A. V. DukcN Dm); Store, Who will keep constantly on hand a FULl/nml COM PLETE stock of ? (llanhvure, Cutlery, Ca HUH, I'istol*. And Sporting OootlN nt' every description. Fl SI in G TACKLE Frotlt tin- very laist mann factories just re ceived and for sale low down. Also nil kinds of Repairing done on the shortest notice to Guns, Pistols, Lock:-;, Umbrellas, and SEWING MACHINES Done up and Adjusted. ?*y AH goods and work warranted to give entire satisfaction in quality work manship and price. Thanking my friends for past patronage I hope to merit n continuneo of the same in the future. P. Q. CANNON, sept 28 1S78 ly 33rieks For Sa le. 150,000 first-class OrangehnrK nrick for sale at the Orangeburg Brick Yard. For particulars &c, enquire of A. M. IZbAK at the Yard, or to JAMES C. BELL, may 23 _4m. BLACKSMITHIN? AND HO RS 12S110EING. The undersigned respectfully...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 25 July 1879

TH E OKA ?0Oll KCl TIMES. IKSITKD J VEK\ FRIDAY MORNING MF.LUCIIAMP& KUWAUDS, Proprietors. STILUS K. MELLKUI.UIP Editor. Terms of Subscription* One Copy one Year.i?l 00 " Six Months. 75 Rates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.$1 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in /I (/ranee. j?? We ritb in no rrny responsible for (h? Tie*? or opinions of our Correspond Mit?, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1870. 'I he Town Election. Wc call attention to a cummunicn tion in ibis issue on the above subject. It is a matter which demands our immediate consideration. We be lieve that the aim of t,hc Radicals is to control the towns and cities, if possible, before the next general elec tion. Wc see then the danger, and the game wo have to checkmate. The question is whether we should cull a C itizcuE meeting or a Democra tic n tc til g to make the nominations. In either case a ticket carefully mado to sui...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 25 July 1879

Tlie Orangetmyg Times ~~i7 o~o aT Hi Serious lilacs In tho editor's family has interfer ed with his * attention to business this week. We Lave done the J best we can under the circumstance, and we hope every allowance will bo made. A Nuisance? Watermelon rinds thrown on the sidewalks to trip up pedestriaus. Mad Dog? Mr. Jamea Cannon killed a mad dog on Wednesday. S. Ii. Morgan, The butcher, is nicely fixed up at ?chachte*8 old stand. S. C. R. lt.? This company will Bid 1 oh Satur days one fare tickets to any points on the road to return free. Smoking Tobacco? Mr. J. C. Peers 1ms just received 100 pounds of line smoking tobacco. (Jo and try it. For the Mountains? Mrs. E. S. Hubhell and a party of ladies'will leave for Walhalla next week. A New Merchant. Mr. Robinson has opened at Mr. Louis' store near Mr. Albergotti's. This is a good sign for our towu. ? ???? ? ? ? mmmmmtm ? To Save Doctor's Bills Go to Dr. J. G. Wannnmakcr's and get a bottle of German Chotno - mile Syrup, only 50 ce...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 25 July 1879

=MJV j "icons, that tho you ug era, and ev9 ' J b ' , if with tneni Indien bro?; , r . . , Kay, a young Knight, ea tJ UHV .oeile to tho tablo, while Chur y nd Johnnie carried Lena and ^,'jie; they kept close to Lbeui all .y, for fear they might lose them. .After dinner they went to look at the stand; it really looked beautifully. They had carried a carpet and \. jc on the floor; some one had kiudly loaned their little marble toppod table, (knowing, that Mr. Graham was to superintend every thing, and was a very particular m in,) on which stood a silver pitcher aud g )blot; ami a vaee filled with flowers. All around the stand was fixed with blue and white curtains, looped back. For whom,had it been arranged so nicely no one could tell or would toll, at least. Presently we hear the sound of the drum; that is sftsignal for the Knights to assemble for tho Tournament. Here they come; they all have their names, around the bauds of their bats. They all did justice to tho oc casion too, but ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 1 August 1879

Carriage Factor/. The undersigned respectfully in forms the public thai he is prepared to do all Kind of Work ill (bo above line oil ihn. shortest no tice and at Salving Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the best possible manner. J also have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING MACHINES, And GRIST MILL. All work in ibis line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A fcharc of the public patronage is solicited. july 25 IT. RIGGS. p. a. a FULL and COM WQ^jgi^ PL FT K .-t< ick of ONE ROOK EAST OF Dr. A. CJ. Duke's Drug More. i m i I, Who will keep Inj, constantly on hand '?V: <> it r^iSMjirdu are. Cutlery, Pistols. And .Sporting <?OOj[k of every description. FISIIliS'G TACKLE From the very bcsl inanufactories just re ceived and for sale low down. Also all kinds of ISonnil'illg done on the shortest notice to Guns, Pistols, Locks, I'mbreUas, and SEW] NG MAC HIN ES I)one up and Adjusted. B^y*' All goods and work warranted to jrive entire satisfaction in" quality work knans...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 1 August 1879

THE (illAMiKMTlU; TIMES. ISSUED JVKI1Y Pit IDA Y MOUSING. MELLICHA3IP & ElTwAllllS. Proprietors. STILES I!. MELLICUAMP Editor. ITei'ms Ot' Sul script ion* One Copy one Tear.vl 00 " Six Month*. 7? Kates of Advertising. One Square l*t Insertion.?"l 00 Kach Subsequent " . SO r Notices inserted in Local Column ?(20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise' mi nts lo hr paid fur in Advance We are in no way responsible for the views or opinions of mir Correspond Mils. 1 KIDAY, At (il ST j, 1ST!?. Tho Battle Cry. The j latform of the Radical parly of tveiy State that has yet opened its campaign has uni formly Bet forth as the burden of its song, Democratic brigadiers seizing the capital, and ihe Democrats in Congress attempting t o stop the wheels of government and iuruguinlc another rcvnluliou. H jiia reveals very clearly what will Lc the i nturc of the campaign argu men (a <d' this party alt through the North. Tho effort will evidently be to fire the Northern mind on s...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 1 August 1879

The Oraiigebui'g Times in Mrs. Prothro, daughter of Joseph K. Felkol, of St. Matthews, is lying dangerously ill. Tho Agricultural Society Meets nt the Pair Building on the second Saturday iu August. An interesting meeting is expected. The Acanthus Comes to us lids week with its sprightly face, and is always welcome in our sanctum. Delays arc l>ungcrous? Go at once and procure a bottle ol the German Chamoniile Tonic. It will pay you handsomely. For Ma So A dcMinb'c House and I ot in this town. Fur particulars apply lo this office. The Camp M cot in/i At Call|e Creel; was largely at tended, ami good preaching was en joyed. We hope much good was done Town Market? A j ctition of citizens bus been sent up to thcJTowh Council to establish ' a town mntket. If done it will be a convenience to our citizen-*. Tho Methodist Church Idas purchased a neat clock from Mr. Willie llobinsou, which, we un dcrstand, will be put up iu the Church this week. A Beel in Beat? Mr. LV.vid Dull, of Providen...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 1 August 1879

Adam and Eve's Wedding. Did you ever contemplate- tho purer!y of Adam when lie took Eve U-r Littel <r worse? Only think of it. He hadn't a lint to hi? head, n c.ftt to f-ir, buck, a pair editors to his (d, nor 'nntry red cent' ..1 his trousers' pocket. Evo brought n dowry; she had not hii U i save her love and a?'ecfiou m was the only young lei low nroi nd h was him or nobody, i qualty as p< >i as her husband, she cane to him without a bonnet or sh i \ , ilico gown, or even a pair ofslipncrs Moses forgot in his re miuisccuccs to give us any account of the wedding trip, but from what wo can gather in regard to wardrobes of that day, their baggage would not have been an im ambiance, f r a very limited aim tint sufficed, and dressing to please everybody was of no account, Ibr there was none b it themselves to please. Doubtless their whole outfit of traveling dresses, water proofs, dusters; lunch baskets and all, he could have carried in the pockets of bis trousers. They must h...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 8 August 1879

2-* ) ONE DOLLAR ['KLIMAN NUM. } VOLUME VI OOl > A X I ) OUR, COlJjSTTnY. .FRIDAY MORNINGS AUGUST 8, 1871). ALWAYS IN ADVANCE NUMBER 2f> Carriage Factory. The undersigned respectfully in forms iho public Hint be is prepared tu do all Kind of Work in the above line on the. shortest no tice and at living Prices. IIORSICSIIOEING done in the best possible manner. J also have in lull operation my PLANING AND MOULDING MACHINES, Ami GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share ol the public patronage is solicited. july 25 II. RIGGS. " P. & ONK, DOOR EAST OF Dr. A. C Italic** Drug Store. keep jjffijb? IIa r<l wn re. W^^?^^Sf Cnllcry, Dislols. And Sporting, CaOotlS of every description. FISlIliSG TACKLE From the very best manufactories just re ceived and lor sale low dowm Also all kinds of E&cptlil'illK done <>n the shortest notice lo thins, I istols, Ja cks, Uinhrellas, nail sILW1 N <t MAC IT] X ES J Inno up and Adjusted. ti...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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