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VOLUME 7. * SATURDAY MORNfNG, JANUARY 3,1874. NUMER48
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How She Saws Wood.
Didn't Take Any Interest in ii
J. FELDER MEYERS,
OFKICK COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
Will give prompt attention to all business
'tfatrattcd to hi.n. tnnr 29?tf
Browning & Browning,
attorneys at law,
??AXUK0tf*m'l ???. So
Malcolm I. Buow^rsn.
A. F? BnowxiNO
Did you ovor mc a woman undortake
to saw wood ? It is always a little while
before dinner, whon the pies won't bake,
and tho potatoes absolutely refuso to
come to?the boiling poiut, and tho only
stick of wood is exactly three inches too
long. After vuin attempts to prove the
elasticity of matter uy putting a two,
foot throe inch stick, into a two-foot
stove, 8ho goc. out to tiiosaw horse
puts her knee on tho refiactory stick in
the very wuy she bus seen some men do.
But the ifdgee of the wood are sharp,
and she tnkes it down again with an
ejaculation, and with a growing dis
regard for appearance, puts her foot on
it iustead. Her hair never fails to come
down at this juncture, and she has to
stop and twist it into a tight knot be
hind beforo beginning to saw. Here
the saw commences a frantic jumping
and skipping on its own acoeunt, and the
feminine mind being concentrated upon
keeping up tho foot that is up, and
down tho loot that should be down,
uut'l. in nn unlucky moment., theconter
of gravity is lost, the stick Hies up, and
launches a blow at her noso just, as some
body is going by. ?he stops and pre
tends to be looking for something, while
d?rk thoughts of divorce and separation
flush through her mind, and she vows in
her iunoeeut soul that she will never at
tempt to saw wood agaiu if there is
never nny dirtier. But her pride arid
ter dinner are at stake, and all her
native obstinacy cornea to tho surface ;
sho will conquer that stick or die. Fired
by a new fury, she succeeds iu sawing
two thirds of tho way through, and
hreuking off the rest of it?it is a rotten
rail?she goes into the house to find the
potatoes boiled dry, and lh% pic in a
state of sodden uncertainty. The child
roil come homo from school, and the
llU?< nod Ij
A Yisit to Stokes.
"While still a very young man, ou ae
count of his uncommon ability and legal
acquirements, Mr. Richard Bolraan was
made judge of one of the eastern cir
cuits of Virginia, in the year 18?.
Having hitherto led the life of a student
and a scholar, ho had no extended repu
tation except among his brethren, and
as connected with the profession, and
had never yet boon in politics. Short
ly after he went on the bench, a most
cold blooded and oruel murder was per
petrated in his district by a very noto
riously bad man. The murderer was
apprehended, tried and conviotod of
murder in tho first degree. Judge 0
proceeded to poonounce the sentence
the first he had ever had to, which he
had prepared with great care, and, as he
had himself said, tho best of which he
was capable, and which he had i ri simi
lar senttnecs been obliged to mako tho
b.iria of them all. Suoh was the eolein
nity of tho ooeaaion and the fervid olo
quencc of thejudgo, that ull who listen
ed to the sentence passed were moved to
tears?all. except tho prisoner at the bar
who wns observed to be looking at tho
ceiling and to pay no attention whatev
or, appearing, wholly, indifferent to what
was going on. After he had been re
roanded to jail, one of the junior mom
bers of th* bar bavin? his curiosiiy 6ft
cited, and Judge C also wishing to know
what effect his eloquence had upon the
criminal, went into tho cell where the
prisoner was and inquired of him how
he felt when Judge 0. was passing sea
tence on him.
'What?'said thecriminil, 'what do
Has he a Call to he a Husband.
'I mean when the judgo was telling
you that you were to be hang, uud urg
inp you to prepare for tho awful doom
Edward S. Stokes is still in the Sing
Bing prison hospital, with asthma, and
chills and fever. When he arrived at
the prison he was assigned to duty as
clerk in the oignr manufactory, but on
the following duy ho wai taken to the
hospital upon the recommendation of
Dr. James B. Wood, of this city.
Yesterday a Sun reporter ob
tainoi permission from the prison
physician to enter. the hospital
"There are several bad cases of typhoid
fever there," said the physioian, "and
there have been several eases of death
in that room lately . I- warn you in time.
Will you go?" The reporter went.
Four convicts lay on cots near tho door.
The physician thought that the fever
would soon finish them. As the repor
ter glanced around the room he heard
the familiar voice ot Stokoa saying,
'Helloo, old fellow j come hero."
Stokes wore the ,regulation bed tiok
shirt, and was tucked under threo or
four army blankets, '"treat God I" said
he, after shaking hands with the repor
tor, "isn't this an awful place ? Think
of it. Here I am kept in a room where
there are typhoid fever patients. Last
night two men were carried out dead.
Oh, what I would give to get out of here,
I hope I shall bo woll enough next week
to go into one of the shops I bad a
terrible shako last night. 1'vo had the
?hills and fever and asthma over since
I've been here. 1 hnveu't complained
any, and will tsk no favors."
Stok?'s' faoo ioorned flushed, and ho
said his eyesight was foiling fast. Ho
could scarcely raise himself in his bed,
and while he was bolstered up and could
look through the, barrel window he said,
?I wish I was out tlure " The rep?rter
told him that I^ersoll andliarrington
Defrauding Insurance Companies.
Has he a call to be a husband who
thinks more of his horse than his
Has he a call to be a husband who
spends six evenings out of the week
awry from home, and oomplains because
his wife will go Thursday evening to
Has that man a call to be a husband
who oomes home with a face as sour as
the last of tho pickles, r.nd expects his
better half to be sweetness person!
Has he o call to be a husband who
makes elegant presonts to other ladies
and grumble if his wile wants a new
Has he a call to be a husband who
awears if the one hundredth button is
missing and never spoaks a word in com
mendation of the ninety and nine that
remain immovable 7
Has he a call to be a husband who
nover buys a book or a picture to mako
home attractive and still wonders why a
Aron Harris, who kept a cigar store
in New York, was, last week, upon con
viction of perjury, sent by Recorder
Hacket to the State prison for ten years
The crime whieh led to the punishment
of this prisoner was one
lato been not nnfrequent?an attempt to
defraud an insurance company. His
store was burned, and he made obim
upon the insurers for heavy loss, that
had a large amount of property in tho
bui'ding. There were grave suspicions
that he had set fire to the store, but he
was only indicted for the porjury, of
which offence he was convioted. In
sentencing the prisoner tho reoorder
said ho had no doubt that ho had com
mitted both arson and perjury, and that
be had done both in order to succesful
ly obtain monoy by fraud. The sen
tence imposed was to be a ponalty oor
responding to the magnitude of the
crime, and was also intended to deter
others from the commission of similar
offences. Henoe he imposed the longest
t be contented to stay at | sentence permitted by the law for the
orime of prrjury, of whioh the prisoner
had been convicted.
,-our clothes with the vilesttjf
Perhaps you wiH rcpiv luat lueic
are cases for cigar holders?I know it.
Then you most have in your pocket '
A oigar ease,
A cigar holder, -
A case for the cigar holder,
A box of matches.
A man is no longer a smoker?ho be
comes an cxpressmau.
MKDITATIONS OF A SMOKER.
The Cigar?is Man.
I smoke?'therefore I am.
The cigar distinguishes man from til
Tell mo what you smoko and I will
toll you you aro. As tho master, so th
To smoke.?is to live.
- The man who smokes not is demav
The oigar is the expression of socie
,? ty.., . v . ' ? 1
the cigar eiinobles. ' " ' '
If Equality wore banished from th?
rest of the earth it would still abido in
the light given by one smoker to anoth
Love dica, youth fade*? the cigar re
Who. has smoked, will smoke.
Nothing is better than tho first cigar
of tho morning?-unless it be the last
pipe of the evening.
tth; 3%?e*" ? G od -r?r smokers.
0w No atheist smokes.
Could woman smoke she would bo tho
. efl?nl of man.
v/'*> / A:man'8 nafcion&Hty may be known by
the way he holds his oigar.
Who smokes, prays.
Happiness is like tho cigar?there
iboyld always bo a store in reserve.
a frso translation of donee eris ftlix :
Cigars are plenty wlion tho sky is fair,
Whon clouds obsouro.it they become more
It is latter to give one's la?f aeu than
one's last oigar.
The wise man husbands his time arid
^ Two signs cf misfortune?to upsot a
* aalt Cellar and to break a pipe.
To drink alcno is a vice?to smoko
' alone ia a virtue aud a pleasure
PUFF XI ir
?, .^be.flBMker is master of the situation.,
g;ivu way on
t, precipitating tbcin
'uijdju'"1 - from hi
aged Ul, iu a drunken street
During a di?unkem-rt?w at Dorchostcr,
Ontario, ou Christinas, between colored
i.od white men, one of tho latter, named
Bell, was stabbed aud killoj.
During nn attempt to rescue throe
nughs in Jt-rsny City, on Christum?, the
fiither of one of them was struck on the
luad by a policeman, aud will did.
The wholesale drug house of 31c
Culloeh, til/get & Co.', Nashville, Ten
rieseeo; was bunte.I oii OnMsiftiUi L?8S
S20,(IU0 ; irsurnnco 64,000 in the
During a drunken quarrel in Bod ford,
Maine, on Chriatmas, i'utriok Uubbiiis
fatally tinhWH Joseph Mansion. Ho
also ?taldnul his wife in ille arm, sovor
ing nil the veins.
The second flour of a \ him
in Buffalo, New York
mates to the basouieut. A girl nainod
Jennie Griffin was killed, aud several
A falso alarm of fiVc on Christmas
night iu BufTulo, Now York, caused n
panio among a crowd of persons engag
ed in a dance nt Keller's Mull, aud in
the rush to ose^po from the building
?oyernli persons jumped from the windows
of the second story, und were seriously
Early on Christmas morning in Bos
ton, Mussaohusetts, Antoitid (>. Huettle
was shot and terribly mutilatod by
Joseph Q Ilcgoer, both young Ger
mnns. Hogner oonfesBes counnittiug
At a shooting match on Christmas
day, at Riga, a village near Dayton,
Ohio, two brothers?John and Henry
8t?we?quarrolod about loading a gun,
aud John called Heury a liar, when
Henry drew a revolver and shot John
killing him instantly. ? The spectators,
being muoh excited, oau.-ht and hung
Henry to tho limb of a tree, and when
he was taken down life was extinct. Too
much whisky:caused t?o mischict. !
Jamos Galjaghor, of No. 30 Pearl
street, Brooklju, returned home drunk
early the morning aiW Christmas, and
assaulted his wife, dragged her from her
bed und threw her down a second flight
of staiis. Supposing he had killed he
home soven days out of the week, and
ever singing. 'Thero's no place like
Has he a call to be a husband who
oomes to the table with tobacco-stained
lips (those lips for which sweet kisses
should ever be in waiting) and turns
away in disgust from a grcacy spot on
his wife'b apron ?
Has he a call to be a husband who
loses money by betting ou elections and
horse races, and when ho b.ccomes in
volved attributes it to his wife's extra
The pleasures of home aro not saf
fioiontly understood or cultivated. It
its strange that wo should pay so much
jfche tnjflo ex tern-t>'
immigration to Georgia.
Tho Savanuah .News says. 'The
stoaniBhip Saragossa, whioh arri ved here
from B*ltiS20T6 Wedti??d*y, brought
out sixty steerage passengers, thirty
five of whom wero German immigrants.
The party was oomposod o( men, women
andchildrou, snvoral of the latter not
over six months old. The men wero nll#
young, hearty and robust-looking fel
lows just the class of immigrants we de
sire to see settle in the South. Sotne
of thorn had been in tho Franco German
wur, and hud been discharged but a
short time previous to leaving tho "old
Wore tho regular }
Whon the sea is perfectly clear and
transparent, it allows tho eye to distia
guish objeots at a very great depth.
NearMindora, in the Indian Oooan, the
spotted corals are plainly visible under
? 11 t five fathotns of water. The ory
excited the- admiration of Coiumbu?,
who, in the pursuits of his groat diseov
^Q I eries, ever retained an open eye for the
boauties of nature. In passing over
these splendidly adorned grounds/ iayi
Schopf,'where marine life shows itaolf
in an endless variety of forms, the boat,
suspended over the purest oryatal,?eem?
to float in tho air, so that a person un
accustomed to the scene becomes giddy.
On the clear sandy bottom appear thou
sands of sea stars, sea urchins, mOlluaka
and fishes of a brilliancy Of color un
known in our temperate seas. Fiery
red, intense blue/lively green, and gol
den >ellow perpetual vary; the spectator
floa^ over groves of sea plants, gorgo
nios, corals, albyniums, and sponge*,
that afford no less delight to the eye,
aud are no less gently} agitated .by tho
heaving waters, than the most beautiful
garden on'oarth when a gentle broeao
passes through tho waving bough.
Irt vain attack or combat it-r-tho ci
gar pursues it onward way, throwing
His wife, was sovoroly, though uot
The Orange Hotel at Tujner'i
non- necessaries of lifo. In his pockets
wero found an empty purse, an empty
tobacco pouch, aud four postage stamps.
He'said ho was unmarried - had no
friends nearer than Lower Canada, and
was endeavoring to reach Saint Louis.?
The Mam Who Knew Exactly
What lo do at a Fire.
There might have bceu a disastrous
fire on Fourth r.treet on Saturday hut
for tho heroism displayed by a man
named SweeMnan. He was passing
along when he saw little flumes creeping
?found the chimney, aud he dashed juto
tho house. He shouted "fire" until the
house rang, while he seized a bureau
and threw it over, he called to one of the
fumj^ to go and souud tho alarm. Th
bureau was left lying on the floor, and
Sweetman gathered up a table and rau
into the yard. He sent a small boy to
sound another alarm, and rau in aud be
gnn racking abed-stead to pieces, at th<
same time ordering the women to throw
everything out of doors. He got the
bedstead down and ran out doors aud
rushed a third boy to a fire-alarm box,
then went iu aud carefully brought out
the wood-box and a floor mut. Tho wo
men were meanwhile shoving the par
lor furnituro out doors, and as soon as
Sweetman had flung the looking glass
through the back wiudow, and torn the
baby's crib to picoea, he ran in and
hclpod them while another messengor
was sont to jerk an alarm out of a letter
box on the lamp post. Whilo Swoct
man was thus working heroically, anoth
er man had climbed upon the roof with
n pail of water, and put out the fire, and
three or four men came upon the scono
just in time to prevent Sweetman from
throwing tho piano down tho collar to
give himself room to work ? Exchange.
a man in Orange County, Vermont,
has published tho following:
Whoroas the Old Woman known as
my Wife, in consequence of attending
the Powwows of the Jumpers and the
ampn.jv,, huFb now tFecTf, fulfilled;'
and all bonds and debte. against which
there was the teast,#ugpi?iob have been
swept away. The tax act has alsobccn
ratified in both houses, and is the sarnL
as last year; to wit, fifteen mills; twelve
for dificreut State purposes, anj .three
? or county. Both the debt aud tax bills
huvo been approved by tho Governor.
Tbc Legislature adjourned on Monday
Mcmbeis of EDISTO LODGK, No. 33 I.
O. O. F. urc requested to meet nt thoir Hall
on Monday, January ?th, 1874, nt 7 o'clock
P. M. Be punctual.
By order of the M. W. N. 0.
a FJSCIIER, Soc'y.
Such of our CLIENTS as are interested in
CLAIMS against the CITIZENS SAVINGS
BANK, now in Bankruptcy, are requested
to come personally with thoir CLAIMS to
our Office on Monday, 12th inat , on which
day wo will have arrangements mado for
the proof of their Claims in proper form.
IZLAR & DIBRLE.
Ornngoburg, S. C. Jan'y 2, 1874.
The TAX-PAVERS of Orangcburg Coun
ty are requested to MEET in Orangeburg at
the Court House at 12- o'clock on Monday
the 6th inst. A full meeting is solicited as
important matters will bo presented.
PAUL S. FELDER,
A IX FREDERICK,
J. W. MOSELEY,
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
W. F. BARTON,
L. R. BECKWITII,
T. W. OLOVER,
W. M. HUTSON.
ill on n doiinr.
Loral School, Tax, Dirfritt JYo.
land, 1 mill on a dollnr.
Local School'Fax, District So. 2.1^
\ mill on a dollar.
L>.cal School Tax, IXxirict-lTo. 22.
Grove, 1 mill on u dollar.
Tax payers must call far the Ttix on c.aCh
picco of property in tho townships wbero
I will .collect Taxes as follows: At J.
Hnmp Feldern Store, Tuesday and Wednos
day, 13 and 14 of January 1S74.
At Dranchville,* Friday and Saturday, 16
and 17th of January 1874.
At Lewisvillp, Wednesday and Thursday
21st ami 2Jd, January 1S74.
At FortMott, Friday, 23J, Janmry 1374.
At Daniel Livingston's Mill Thursday and
Friday 2Uthand 3(Hh, January 1874 and on
all other dajrs at Orimgebnrg Court House.
J. Ul HUMBERT,
Jco 27 1873 tf
Didn't Want to: be Left
Many years ago an American ship
sailed from a port i? ' Iretsad tritb ft
large number of emigrant passengers.
After tho emigrants were all on board,
a headwiud prevonted the ship troct
leaving the port, ste*ra-tugs being then
unknown. But at length the wind
changed, tho sails wore dropped, and
tho anchor tripped. The ship; was
scarcely under way whon.a young IrUh
man, looking up 'through, the hatchway,
saw that she was in motion. He rushed
i on deck in crcat consternatiou. .Being
Three- BnTes of Cbt|on of Mic crop of
James Weeks on Lieu* oXeouiOfl C. A.
Gr?ea ? A.'JjSafairaK.
On Tiieoday tlk* It hi day of J^timt,!-.- t?74
near the resiMeiice ?.f *Mrs. Ftaaies \
no?d.ett_4 Bales wfColtoh, 100 Bushels '..f
t orn, ,.. Ihishels of Itice, Moo lbs of seed
Cotton, KIMJ lbs ?f Fo.ld?r, ,w,da lut of cotton
heed ot the crop of John Sellers on Liens
execute.! t<v Goo. H. C&i:iielaot?'astti L
uosday tho ?ih January 1874 nt
He ? Dnles of Cotton, about lit)
Bushels of Corn, about 2U?? lbs Fodder, u
Bushels of nice, of the -rop of Wuu Stack
on Liens to Bennett Ja&ibson.
At the same placo nbonr 000 lbs seed
Cot ton, and 10 Hushcls of Corn of the crpp
ot John Diggons on Lion to Bennalt Jacob
Orangeburg C. II., S. C
Dec. 20th, 1873.
SOUTH CAIIOI.I W.
All persons having eUlms against the
Estate of tho late Ann Horry, are required
to present them, and all persons indebted
to. said Estate are required to make nav
mcnt, to 1 J
JOHN P. BERRY,
CAT. IN KffK, V^PPPH
A MODEL. OF COMBINED STRENGT^
Complete- in alT its parts, useath? Utralrh?
Kye Foinictk Needle, .Self Thrctdrng. slireV
oprtghr P?-uiTo Motion, Sew T?j?o? c it
Fctaml Cloth Guider.
: w\ * Light Running/aiiVi
uiid uotseless like nil good high pHctf
?aclnnes. Hos pa.eut ch.ck to.prevent ii
wheel being lun.o.l the wro.^ way Use*
tho thread direct from the ,poo7 MnEt
and Europe, has been devoted to Ira prov ing
and simplifyiog our Maehii
only that which is praoticablo, and dls
s, O. C
Howlers and tho Cat Burners, has bo
como en tirely Sencelcss Crnzzy and
Reckless and does nothing but run up
and down the road and Ciroulate the
Most Infamous Lies Concerning mysslf
and othors thus accomplishing my Ruin,
'therefore I forbid any one to harbor or
trult her on my account.
A New Orleans jurymnn was a?ked
by tho judge if he ever read the papora.
He replied: 'Yos, yer honor; but if
you'll ict me go this time PIP qover, do
OFFICE OF CITIZENS SAVING BANK
Oranokbl?o S. C
Janonry 1st., 1874.
Depositors at tin's Branoh are earnestly
requested to attend a MEETING in Orange
hurg, on MONDAY, tho J2tb, inst., at 11
M. The bnsinoss to be laid before them
is of the utmost importance. Bring your
BOOKS, or CERTIFICATES of DEPOSIT
JAMES H. FOWLES,
jan 8 J874 2t
T1"*1"0 of ? certain chattel inortgago
w?? ? VTomcs *' Maya ?ad Isabella hi.
wife,.to Ceorge Bollvor, and by him assign
front0 &>% HLl 3 J:- Jftnii8?". I ?i!l sell in
front of the Sheriff's office, at Orangeburg,
?? ,'. .?,n Monday, January 6th, 1874,
uumed.atoly at the close of Jh* Sl)oriff'.
? ? TerrkmsncftayshMat? M?LE' ??*
i LBWIS MOSS,
Agent for B. Jacobson,
o Admr. 1st,' J. L. Jamison
jan 3 ^74
17*in/?e pf^^y Weeks Jun'r
j_j Notice Ib hereby glvon that on tho 20tL
day of January, 1874, I will file my fina.
account as Administrator of the Estate of
the late Jaby Weeks Jun'r., and will p0ti
tion for my final dUeharge.
P. M. CARSON, Administrator.
Orangeburg Co. S. C, December 15, 1873
dcc "? - 1873 1?,
If yon have More LanO. than
you can PAY TAXES on, Register it for
sale at tho LAND OFFICE of
AUG. B. KNOWLTON.
A FINE BUGGY
dee 13?tf w. A. MERONEY.
DR. A. C. DUKES'
Who has just received a Large Sunnlr of
well-assorted ? J
,? . i FIRE-WORKS,
BRIAR ROOt PIPES,
C?tl?rv, . ? tu, ha ta r. m'j i*41 ??-?>
FANCY CANDTKfl, l&SSSfi
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, &o.
A Complete Stoek of ! vitfl
?DRUGS and MEWCINES,
PAINT and PAINT BRUSHES,
With a largo assortment of other articles
^ too numerous to mention.
Call soon and you will get bargains.
By virtue of Sundry Executions to me di
rected, I will acll to tho highest bidder, at
Orangeburg C. II., on tho FIRST MON
DAY m January next, FOR CASH, all
the Right, Title and Interest of the Defend
ants iu the following Property, yiz ?
One tract of bind containing l?6 acres
more or less iu Edisto Fork, bounded bv
lands of Jno. S. Bolen, D. P. Murphy, Geo.
K Bolen L A Fogle, Est. of Jno. Rickcn
baker and P. R. Pearson. Levied on as tho
property of Geo. E. Bolen at the suit of
Jno. P. Adden et. at.
Orangebnrg C. H. S. C,
Deo l?th, 1873.
s. 0. c
Sheriff 's Sales.
In Probate Court.
Ann Myers "|
Jos. A. Koller. J
By virtno of an order made in the Court
of I robato. I will soil at the Court House
on tho first Monday in January, 1874, for
one-half cash?the balance in 12 months
and secured by bond and mortgage of tho
premises. Purohasors paying for papers
and recording, tho following Roal Est?t0 of
which Frederick Myers died seized, to wit
1. 38 acres lying cn Four Hole Swomn.'
bounded by Mrs. E. Ott'ss land, tho said
Swamp and tho rest of tho Traot whioh has
been laid off for the Homstoad aud Dowof of
2. 314 sores of an adjacent Tract, bound
ed by lands of John Mooro and Lovi Myers
hnd lOG acres of samo traot admeasured to*
to Mrs. Myers for Dower.
3. Tho rcWindor on tho determination of
Mrs. Myer s Dowor In 102 acres or the
Homestead Tract and IOC acres of the other
4. Tho remainder of Homestead consist
ing 6f tho scttlcmorit and 200 aore* includ
ing the Dower Traot of 102 ooros, after the
expiration of tho interest therein held bv
Mr. Myers and her children, 2d Nov.. IS 78
Dec. 16th, 187S.
.Sheriff's OfBoo, ?
OrangeburgC. n., S. C, 1
Deo 10, 1878. }
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s. o. c.
pens.ng wit* *ll complicated W?7md?S
generally found in other machine* ,BUin?*
? bpceial terms, su? catra in?ie^niis? (?
male aart female agents, ?Jote keepers^ Ac
who wil establbb agoncie? ihiWh*!;
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COAdNoMf-.-5 n??K.S 8^VIN0 MACHIKK
o lu2V B*?aJway, New York,
Agent'? complete outfit?
^without any extra chawo.
of sewing, descriptive circulars
MONEX CANNOT WY ITI
For Sight is PrlcelcfiH 11
BUT THE DIAMOND SPECTACLES WIIA
If you value your Fyesight tue these Per
fect Lenses, Ground from Miaute Crystal
Pebbles, Melted together, and derive then?
name "Diamond" on aneouat of their Hard
ness and Brilliancy. They will last many
l?^nx\h*\\9YT&i *od ?M warrant^
superior to all others in ?so.
Manufactured by the Spencer Optica
Manufacturing Co., New York.
-a71ti03,.*""?pi?* 9enai?8 ?nhtss afawtp
ed with our trade mark.
if th^?nion RcsponsiWo Thronga
. E. J. OLIVER08,
jan 20?ly Orangeburg, 8. <?.
all h UNDKn8IONBD HAS ON HAND
all of the varloiis Sizes of the above Cases,
Also mannfacturps WOOD COFFINS
usuai. r,nd at tho shortest notieo.
moments, or all the tlme. Utan at ?J3!Zi
else. Particulars free. Address ?>?l*S
i ?J STINSON i C#.,
??Pi ? ? T1? Pcrtlwnl, Maine.