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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orangeburg times. — 23 January 1880

The 'OrftHgebnrg: Times _X^O C A. 31? _ oi u c tit; Ii FT " Arrangement; with- the A>hm and Courier is working charmiugly. By it two paper, the Weekly News and the Tim is is obtained lor the incredibly f?.all sum ol $2 50, and the Bubscrib er gets ae rouob rending ns he can digest the whole week. The Kite of Confirmation Will take placo at the Episcopal Church this morning at 11 o'clock. The Sensations Of the week were the fire and the Edisto Riiles. The Weather ' Is still unseasonable, the winter bring almost as pleasant us spring. Bain is needed very much. At the Fire On Monday, Mr. Byrd Thompson received some injuries about t he eyes, which we hope will not cause him any serious inconvenience. A New l*apcr Hus been started in Greenville by the name of T/ie Flay. It is a temperance advocate, and we hope it ?will never flag in the cause of right. l.ec'n llirihiluy Was celebrated iu Charleston by the Carolina Light Infantry oil don day. 'Jhis we think is right, and wc would be gl...

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. — 23 January 1880

[For tho Orangeburg Timer.] L; ii Ugr.d iii.it hit 'twas a gud thing tu v./x i',uIy el a pheller etui a lord it. You no they uariv btir.l it iliee worm. But thee- worm had no bisucs tu got up so sune. This phel Jcr Unit gol Up suite ibud the*/ pock it buck. But theo pheller that h>.st hit got up befor he did. Early riziu will pa cl'ycu go tu work as suno 113 you git up. But cf you wait fur brek faes you better injoy your nap. Early riziu wil du et" you got plenty grub on ban?cf uot hits a lozin glim? sleep late an savo bickfass. 1 never uored a pheUc* that got up early but what lost suuthin?ef nothiu else, he lost a nan. Early riziu tn.tc do bury wel fur old peeple. But that iy. the best time tu think on your sweat hart. I'm Buniti'rnes biniiited hi early rizin?hit is generaly arter a bevy super. Ef a pheller doant ete much buper he can sleep laic with out cny inconveuiaace. lievy super an late sleeping wont beer mixin ? wun wil conllict wid the other. Tho oanly wa fur a pheller ...

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. — 30 January 1880

Carriage factory. The undersigned respectfully ih forms. (fliu-.public that he is prepared to do all Kind of Work ia the .ab.ave line .on iho-shortest no tice and at. Living Prices. HORSEJSHOEING doue in the best possible manner. } nlr=o have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING; MACHINES, Aud GRIST-MILL. All work in ibis line done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of the public pntVona^e. is solicited. july 25 ii. riggs. O^VX^T, 1 CALL a r itt i: PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready ami willing lo iill orders in BREAD, ROLL , l?IES c a k i-: s or ni i t\i--,u: i jti lulls. (JUNG EU IS By the BAKUM, or ?OX. Also B 11 :r?: A .1 ) anv oilier Kind Ol For Camp-Meeting Meeting?. .' .ist received |?rcM!l ('onfoclioiaru'Scs. Fitiicy ?t?oti<t-s Ami RiS Si;.im Whielt will '>e Mi Id sis LOW a* any that eaii bo-hon "lit in tIrangehurt/. Thankful for ilo- past pnlrouii^e Of im\ frinids and die buhlic I still so lie if a con tinuance ...

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. — 30 January 1880

THE ORANGKBURG TTMl'IS ' i ?' K. V. ! J.;.,r VMP Kditor. Tovmp? <>t' Subsci'ipl ion. One Copy one Van-.$1 (lO "* Six Month*. 73 Hates of Advertising. Ont Square 1st Insertion.$1 00 Each Subsequnit " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Advance. tUtT' We arc in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspond ents. FI?DAY, JANUAKY ?0, 1880. ~ Selecting Public .Servant*. Yt"e heartily endorse the sentiment of the Palmetto Yeoman that in se lecting our public officials it is a mis take always to take up the Generals and Colom Is in preference to the private soldiers who fought in th-? ranks. The Confederate army was different from most of the armies of the world. Intelligence and worth hero were not measured by rank. Men enlisted not for mercenary purposes, but in defence of all they held dear. There were just as good and able men in the ditches or keeping sentinel on the picket post...

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. — 30 January 1880

The lOrangetovirg Times LOCAL OUR ?Lll? Arrnugcmeut with tho Netos and Courier is working charmingly. By it two paper, tho Weekly Nu? and the Tim>? is obtained ibr the incredibly unall ?um of $2 50, and the subscrib er gets as much reading as ho can digest tho whole week. Thanks to Congressmen O'Connor and Butler for continued favors. The State Orange meets on Tues day in Chai lesion. Mr. Ron? Bannister killed two hogs a f?*w days ago 18 mouths old averag ing each -1-10 pounds. In a row in our town jii Insi at unlay night, Dick Ball, a colored man, was badly wounded. Mr.aB. Frank Slater will have a line lot of horses here on Sunday. Look out for them. A colored Uiau had his hand badly mangled in Mr. Daniel Livingston's gin ou Tuesday. His wounds were treated by Dr.'s Hydr ck und Sal ley. Mr. W. F. Robinson desires to re turn his thanks to the citizens au d firemen who rendered such valuable assistance to him at the recent tire at Iiis residence. Wc regret to learn of the. death n...

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. — 30 January 1880

fr (? r .V .1 i.an} Hstni.ltt - i? ? ?':? ? ??' lllO ? UiC' .i HI'- of '?'?I.-U- I M ill' Slue ut booth fit' Carolina. Muj Hammond is a gentleman of blood and breeding, has been highly educa ted, never had a spot or slain on bis escutcheon ami was just tho man for the situation. Uni uufortuuat >ly fo r him, his life has been such as to ac quire for him the esteem of all to whom he was known?while and colored?and therefore be was evi dently not the nun for the place His appointment must have been purely an accident. Perhaps in Rome weak moment the Picsideut's better nature asserted itself and the name was sent in. ]5ut there came two protesting telegrams from (Charleston Republicans, Mr. Hayes speutlily re covered himself, and the mischief was at once undone Muj. ITanimo id may be a cultivated gentleman and an honest man, but he must learn to denounce his people as "corrupt seecs sion traitors" before he can do any - thing with the Administration.? Chronicle, We fully endorse the ...

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. — 30 January 1880

M .1 i.itli?, H?lli.ll'it.ti !. ' : <>:!.? ??? tho ? in et . i oivs of Uensu-i ! d' 1 Stu o ol ."--oulh of Carolina. M?j Humuiond is a gentleman of blnod und breeding, has been highly educa ted, never had a spot or stain on his escutcheon and was just tho inau for the situation. But uuibi'tuuat dy fo r hiru, his life has been such as to ac quire for him the esteem of nil to whom ho was known ? white ai.d colored?and therefore l>e was evi dently not the n an for tho place His appointment must have been purely an accident. Perhaps in some weak moment the Ptcsidcut's better nature asserted itself and the name was sent in. But there came two protesting telegrams from Charleston Republicans, Mr. Hayes speeilily re covered himself, and the mischief was at once undone Muj. Hamino id may be a cultivated gentleman aud an honest man, hut he must learn to denounce his people as "corrupt seces sinn trailers" before he can do any thing with the Administration.? Chronicle. We fully endor...

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. — 6 February 1880

ohe dollau pur ax^numj.^ GOD ANDJ3UR COUNTRY. " " " always in advance. VOLUME VI FRIDAY MORNINfi, FEBRUARY 6, 1880. NUMBER 51 Carriage Factory. The undersigned respectfully in forma the public that he is prepared to do all Kind of Work in tho above line on the shortest no tice and at Living Prices. HORSESHOEING done in the beat possible manner. I also huve in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING) MACHINES, Aud GRIST MILL. All work in this lino done without delay and on reasonable terms. A share of tho public patronage is solicited. july 25 II. RIGGS. CALL CALL AT THE PEOPLE'S BAKERY Established in 1871 by the Propri etor, who is still ready ami willing to fill orders in BREAD, 110 Ll>', PIES c a k e s Of nil dencriptions. Et tha BARREL oi ROX. Also 33 f: a i.) For Camp-Meetings or anr other kind ol Meotingt. Juat received Frrhli ('onf<'<'tionuriCN, Fancy ?bSotb?? Aad .W.tioiis Which will he -obi art LOW as any that can bt bought in t) range burg. Thaukful for the past pat...

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. — 6 February 1880

I? Mir ttHBsSSSSBSSSSSSSSSHSSSSSSBBSSt THE Off4Nfir?>r??" '''Mi'v I ; .. ?: ? . i Kititori ! ? i liw of JS\ i ? >!? :?? i*i i A i? >11? One Copy one Year.$1 00 " /l* Mx Monti,.-. 7? Hales of Advertising. Our Square ]*l Insertion.$1 00 J'Jaeh Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise ments to be paid for in Alliance. Wo arc in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspond ent*). ""FRIDAY, FKBUAKY 6, L8S0. Tlie'fffo l*oliclc*J? There are two policies in the Democratic party of the State, each of which seems to have its adherents. Tho one known as the Gary policy is pretty well set forth in lite publish ed interview in the News and Courier With this policy we have never sympathized in word or actiou, be cause it ignores the colored man. The absurdity and inconsistency, of such an idea is apparent upon its face. It matters not how ungrateful the colored people may be of the benefits of Democrat...

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. — 6 February 1880

THE w *v''wv' '*'T jw *'*?' I ; i '\>.: ii ijlI1 suitor. One Copy one Year.&1 00 " " Six Months. 75 Kates of Advertising. One Square \st Insertion.?I 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Local Column al '10c per Line. All Subscriptions <tiid Transient Advertise' incnts to be paid far in Adrancc. Jtfa>"- Wo are in no way responsible for the views or opinions of our Correspond ents. FRIDAY, FKBUAKY fi, 1880. The Two Policies. There are two policies in the Democratic party of the Slate, each of which seems to have its adherents. Tho one known as the Gary policy is pretty well set forth in the publish ed interview in the New? ttutl Courier With this policy we have never sympathized in word or actiou, be causo it ignores the colored man. The absurdity and inconsistency, of such an idea is apparent upon its face. It matters not how ungrateful the colored people may be of the benefits of Democratic government, ho mat ter how persistently in their bliud folly they may ...

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. — 6 February 1880

The fOrangelmrg Times LOCAL OUU CHI IS Arrangement with the Ntwt and Courier ist working charmingly. By it two paper, the Weekly Neu?? end the TlMIS i& obtained lor the incredibly Mi.all sum of $2 50, and tho subscrib er gets ns much reading as he can digest tho whole week. Winter has come ntjasi. Tho election lor Chief and Assist ant a of our Fire Departaicut will tako place on next Tuesday. Alderman J S Albergotti is acting Mayor during Mayor Moselcy's ab sence. The Edisto Killes having purchased tho instruments of tho old band, a new one is now organizing under tho auspices of this compauy. Good news?another supply of the "While Hewing Machine have been received, undjmck orders will now be lapidly lillc.l by Henry Kobu. By reading the TiMKS the owner of the j pocket-book advertised in our left issue got his lost property and went home happy. We regret to lenrn'of the death on Monday oi n little chi'd oi Mr. Luther Hydrick. Our sympathies arc with the parents. Winter has come....

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. — 6 February 1880

lui? I it'll converted '.::!<! t M t-xly's preaching, und ha.- uhun [oued the ciicus unii diu view ol becoming a preacher, will no doubt surprise Iiis ol-' friends and associates, but such lances arc nothing new in the occl : Mtistieal record. The lorni r Baptist preacher (.'one was in early life a play actor, and other instances snuj lie mentioned. Dun, though a pro fessed itinerant, calls Giraivl, I'enn., his home. lie once ran lor olhVe in that place, but met the moriilicatinn ol' a defeat. Me was a successful clown, and in his hi st days received two bundled dollars a week. During this palmy time of success he passed oi.o winter in this city, and was accus tomed (o give splendid suppers to the press niter the close of the show. Some of thise entertainments cost him one hundred and fifty dollars, and indcjtl it may be added that .Dan's hospitality often outran his purse, lie is now loo ?hl tu perform in the ring, but may become efficient in that nobler service to which ii ? is...

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. — 13 February 1880

Factory*-. The- . uTldotv-ju'-d respectfully in fauna tho public i bat he i? prepared tn do all Kind of Work in Iba Sbnvo \\X\c on the shortest no tice and at' Hi .U-i;61lUJ".I N< i done in llio b?si p-jisiblo mivincr. 1 situ have in full operation my PLANING AND MOULDING; MA< INN ICS, Axd GRIST MILL. All work in this lino done without dolav and on reasonable lerius. A :.h:ii'j ?l the public patronage is solicited. july 25 1!. RtGGS. CA rIi3L CALTi A 1 Til li PEOPLE'S BAKERY K?tahlishcd in 1871 by the Propri etor, who issiiil reaily and willing lo rii! orders in iUlMAl), ilOi.ii^, UTES a k s Of nil -jcucripiionx. UUNOKtlS Kr t!?t BrVRli&I. or 1)'. ?X. 1 i For ('amp.-Mcetiuj-si or ahv other kind ??| Meeting J act rtyVLv>rl t-'niiey '?.-4 A ;t<i A?; i 4 o :;n V, bs.di ?tili he sob! .is l.??W ,f. aity tliat e?i! bo bought n. (Irnnifelint Th.ii i-1 I for iiio pan l i>.tt"i>uat;o of ritt friet'.d-JM'.cl '.ho.piiluie I --<;tii solicit a lion li-dta'aee <>f t...

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. — 13 February 1880

THE ORANGEBURG TIMES. ' ISSUED KV KitV FKIDAY MORNING MELLICH AM P~& KPWAKDS. Proprietors. STILES Ii. MKI.Lir.ilAMP Editor. Terms of Subscription* One Cony one Year.$1 00 " " Six Moni tin. 75 -:o: Kates of Advertising. <7rte Square. 1st Tnsertion.SI 00 Each Subseejuenl " . o0 Notices inserted in Ixtcal Column at 20c. per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advertise vn*nts to be paid for in Advance. Wo arc in no way responsible for 'tho vicfts or opinions of our Correspond tntn. FWDAY, FEBUAKY~ ?3, 1886. ~ The Nubility of Labor. In the early ages of the woild the laborer was held in low estimation, and given the most degraded position in the scale of humanity. The feu dal lord treated his serfs and vassals ns inferiors in every respect, and they Mere made subject, in every way , to his will. And, unfortunately, even in the present day, sttcb ideas arc linger ing amongst us. But it is a cheering sign that a vast improvement is gradually taking place in this respect. As the m...

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. — 13 February 1880

THE OH ANGEBURG TIMES. ISSUED KVEUY FHIDAY MORNINO MKIdd<:ilAMP& KMYAUUS. Proprietors. STILES II. MELLICH AMT Editor. Terms of Siibscviption? One Copy one Year.$1 00 " " Sir Month*. 75 -:<): Rales of Advertising. One Square. 1/?/ Tnxcrtion.$1 00 Each Subsequent " . 50 Notices inserted in Ijocal Column at 20c per Line. All Subscriptions and Transient Advert itC' ?fttcntt to be paid for in Advance. 7K5"" We are in no way responsible for the viewB or opinions of our Correspond FRIDAY, FEBUARY~! 3. i880. ~ The Nobiiily of Lubor. In the early nges of ihc woild the laborer was held in low estimation, and given the most degraded position hi the scale of humanity. The feu dal lord Iron ted his serfs and vassals as inferiors in ? very respect, and they ?were made subject, in every way , to bis will. And, unfortunately, oven in the present day, such ideas arc linger ing amongst us. But it is it cheering sign that a vast improvement is gradually taking place in this rcsptcL As the mi...

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. — 13 February 1880

The 'Orangebxxrg Times ~ LOGA Hi OIK CliUJK Arrangement with tho Ncics and Courier is working charmingly, By it two paper, the Weekly News and the Timib is obtained for the incredibly final] sum of $2 50, and the subscrib er gets as much reading as he can digest tho whole week. The weather it charming. - ? ? mm* . Tho schools are booming. Never do wrong for policy's sake. Tho farmers are busy preparing for thoir crops. To-morrow is St. Valentines day. Look out! Prepare your gardens, and get our seed from Willie Robinson. The police of our town are out in thoir now uniforms. If you want to come out tho little end of the born, be sure to plant cot ton and very little corn. The E<1 is tos had a drill and the Orange. Light Infantry a meeting last Thursday night. (Jen. Izlar having purchased the oflicc of the late Hon. W. M. Unison is having improvements made with the view of moving in. J)r. A. C. Raster, ('apt. K. J. Fel der, David Crook, l.>i\ Barton, Dr. fuu.niers and others rep...

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. — 13 February 1880

Intolci'iinqo, '?::???. f i -'h .-?} ',?? IWei i l??trt* to v; 5: ."?!,:,: bail i S.. i.i: i^i.ia of it hi_di ir order timi ;? better birth. This piiuiipjc of ostracism and party dictation \\ ott it) tleiiy the right of a matt lo think and act for himself, without tho aeal und sanction of tho self-constituted Star-chamber, or an authoritative permit froiu headquar ter!?. Wo have no patience wiih this quasi Republican imitation ol effete royulty which wears the.shoddy pur ple, nnd assumes the divine right of kings without the power or authority to ex.crc.iso it, Wo boast of our hnarjna ehprtai und talk of our glorious country which guarantee.-; the rights of its citizens and opens its door.-and invites the oppressed of all nations to enter and be frccj and yet where i the tyranny which is more absolute than that which restrains volition, denies the privilege of independent thought und action, ami places an ] tinned sentmel at the portals ol eon- | science? ft is at war with the organ...

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. — 20 February 1880

Oarnaga Factory a The nude.-.?ig nod res poet fully i:i feiws. the public that be is prepared to do all Krad of Worls ita the aboya lino on the- shortest no tice and at. , living? Prices. IIOK&EJ^HOWING done in the boat possible manner. I al?o have in lull operation my PLANING AND MOULDING; MACHINES, Aud GRIST MILL. All work in this line done without d&lay aud ou reasonable terms. A share ol the public patronage is sol ioi ted. ' july 25 IL RIG OS. OAXit CALX, A V Til R PIT OPT t\ \ tfTPV'V Established in 1871 by the Pi;nprb olor. who i.-stili ready aud willing to Jill orders in BUEAD, ROJ h. , PIES d A K lj S" Of all descriptions. nv th? iiark'*:l or *.\!.u> I I > For (.'am p* Meeting? or any other kihtl Meeting*. Jusi received A/??'. .\ --ssM Which will he --'?i1! ,i; any llistt Lc bought in Oratigci u: :. Tluu.klhl for the ps?U"on cjfu of friend* and !.. public I hdi soii?:it :t i linuauce nl tin ir i u ?? n. T. \V. A 11 ??pt II, UTS'?l./^Mr. A. P. liastey. I GLu At...

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. — 20 February 1880

THE ORAKtiEIUTItf' TIMES. Iii ? ? -I- '-?-..! :- < ? yi j >\ i?ll? <?/ .< . y.y (/(,, Fror.$* 00 " " Six Mom!:':. 75 Rates of Advertising. One Square 1st Insertion.$1 00 J'urh Subsequent " . oO Notier? inserted in Loral Column at 20c per Line. All Subscription* and Transient Advertise ment* to be. paid for in Advance. Wc arc in no way responsible fur the views or opinions of our Correspond tuts. F ItTl )A Y, V l~\ It 1AKY 5J0, 1S80. The Itcgislrufion Question. It i f* a little amusing to road the furious comments of iho Northern press on the."Kill or 'Jure" policy of the Nats anil Courier in recommend ing the passage by the Legislature oi a Registration law with an edttca tionnl qualification. We have made no comments on the viuws of the IScivsand Com a'i n this score, and make none now, but these extracts from Northern newspapers are singularly funny. Republican Massachusetts and Connecticut can, with impunity, pass a law I'm bidding any one to vote who cannot ".cad the...

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. — 20 February 1880

The lOrangeburg Times LOCAL Arrangcmeut with tlio Neics and Courier is working charmingly. By it two paper, the Weekly News and the TiMrs is obtained lbr the incredibly small sum ol'Sr'2 50, and the subscrib er gets ns much reading as he can digest tho whole week. Next week will be a lively one. Improvements are continually going on in Orangcbtirg. A fine rain was enjoyed on Wed nesday night. Improvements are going on on the sidewalk on Russell street. Flour, sugar, coffee, bacon and lard are low down at Kortjohti's. - ?tm> ? - ? -r ii - Geu. Izlar n having a neat fence put up around his new quarters, and making general improvements. - B? ? ? - We are told by the physicians that Orangeburg is notoriously healthy at the present season. The fishing seism; is selling in. Hoys are busy preparing their nets, and making ready fur shad and other fish. See iioticeoi Mr. tLiokauu of Gads den in this issue. We hope he may obtain the desire I information in reference to the lad he advertise...

Publication Title: Orangeburg Times
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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