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L O O A. L .
J. FELDER MEYERS, Assistant Editor.
SATURDAY, AUG. 22, 1874.
Cool weather Monday and Tuesday.
Demijohn politicians has no reference to
The treasury ollice is closed up. There
is no money there. What a pity !
Hon. S. L. Duncan was in town on Mon
County Auditor Van Tassel closed the as
sessment of property on Thursday last.
The recent wind completely destroyed the
corn mid cotton crops of several farmers
The editor of the Free. Citizen is fond of
"night meetings." Look out, old fcllo.v, we
intend to watch you hereafter.
Hcrm.Min Wahlers says his Rozinante
must carry him through this campaign ".ill
- ? 1?1 - - ? On?
Moses says he will metumorphoHe himself
into a whole Jew should he be defeated. He
doesn't like to be called a hybrid.
The Georgetown Times will come out in an
enlarged size next week. It is one of out
most valuable exchanges.
The first deed recorded in the Clerk of the
Court's office after the war was ns early as
September, 1800. It is from Mrs. Diana
llcnch to Dr. E. J. Oliveros.
There is a large Sunday School pie-nic to
day at Hebron Church, at which tho young
folks will have a lively time. Several have
gone from our Burg.
Judge A. B. Knowlton, School Commis
sioner F. It. MeKiulay and It. It. Duncan
have been appointed Commissioners of Elec
tions for this county.
Dr. J. T. Butler has been elected an hon
orary member of the Athletic base ball
club of Blackvillc. Where are the Caro
Captain Hriggmann is improving his pro
perty behind the Lutheran Church. Seve
ral IciU'lllf'tt Ln&tjr- ? ?" "
Dr. Webster has issued tho prospectus
of the new religious paper he proposes
shortly to publish at this place. It will
supply a want long felt.
Augustus Fischer will accept the thanks
of this office for favors. He is a prosperous
merchant, and can well afford to be mindful
of the printer. Success to him.
Tbc Free Citizen has some facts it wants
to give to the public. Why not, everything
is quiet back of the Court. House Square
Mr. Biggs' cotton patch, planted with nn
eyo to the Fair, beads anything iu this
County. One stalk of it is a good load for
nn ordinary man. Truth.
Judge T. II. Cookc was in town on Wed
ncsday last, looking well. The Judge re
ports the up country for Chamberlain. Poor
The thcmoineter reached 101! degrees in
'the shade at Aiken on the 14th inst. So
says the Tribune. Sparnick couldn't trust
?the sun on that day. Where was Cammack,
?the Journal man ?
The Edisto base ball club of this place
?whipped out the Independents on Tuesday
afternoon last by 42 to 28. The former
club is jubilnnt over their victory, and
moans to continue in the cbumpionship.
It is said that bis Excellency preached at
Hopkins on Sunday last to u largo and
enthusiastic crowd. What is it that this
wily devil wont do ? "Goto Heaven," snys
General Elliott, it. is said, will run for the
Legislature from Aiken County, and designs
wresting the Spcakorship from Leo. The
General seems to bo master >f the situation
wherever ho goes.
Wo hoar the Hon. W. H. Reedish spokctl of
for the Legislature by many of his friends.
Mr. Recdioh has been a faithful and consis
tent worker iu his party, and is the leader
of tho lower portion cf our county.
LYNCH LA W?
Capt. A. F. Butler was killed at Augusta,
on Saturday last, by one Michael Murrell,
and tho murderer was condemned by lynch
law, and shot and killed on the satno even
ing. Ho descrvod death, but w. o not ap
provo of lynch law, which is a . .st dan
geroUB precedent to establish.
Wo regret to hoar of the death of the ol
dest daughter of our fellow townsman, Mr.
P. V. Dibble, who died on Sullivan's Island
on Thursday night of this week. Our sym
pathies arc tendered the bereaved family.
The Branohvillu delegation composed o
lion. W. II. Hcedish, Jas. Van Tasjol. Esq.,
Uov. E. Green, Andrew Pick?oy und Mr. K.
T. R. Sinotik was one of the most active and
influential ever sent from that place.
The new depot is progressing finely.
Orangcburg deserves this recognition by the
Railroad Company and we are quite glad to
record it. With Mr. DrtWSOU as our agent,
and a commodious depot, our merchants mid
traveling public will get along swimmingly.
Hurley gave a pic-nic to the poor
colored children of Charleston last week
which w as a brilliant success. Timothy is
a brick and did all he could in the his I
Legislature to.stem the tide of corruption
inaugurated by Moses.
The corner stone of the old Court House
lays in the Clerk's otlicc, We can now ac
count for the honesty of tl. IL That mule
sentinel guarded him against mischief.
Would thitt our prodigal and snturnalian
Governor ha 1 been given a piece of il sis
Tha lines of at the Mayor's Court this
morning amounted to lifiy-oiio ilall.-trs.?
We trust that the city council will vote il
to DcLano, ut their next meeting, with
instructions that he shall get out a decent
paper once in his life.
The Charleston Sun credits us with hav
ing had a huge fracas here on Monday last
a wnek ago to which impeachment we pUad
not guilty. There was a little matter atten
ded to by the School Commissioner, but no
one knew anything of it except the fighting
editor of ? heiligeren! contemporary.
Henry Livingston was the first foreman
of lh?' grand jury alter the late unpleasant
ness, which presented the "road commis
sioners fur neglect of duty, and I lie com
missioners of the poor lor icniissuess of
duty." This was under good old democrat
Solicitor lbniz left here on Friday las',
tered a boat, went to James Island, made a
speech, whipped bis opponents out and re
turned to Charleston with the How en crowd
on Sunday morning* Buttz means busi
The other side of the railroad does'l'l
look like itself. The fine residence of Mr.
VYillcock presents a really aristocratic ap
pearance, and adds to the beauty of that
neighborhood ton wonderful degree ^Oilier
improvements are being made "over there''
which should spur our side up.
In consequence of Mr. Jloliver, ihe Clerk
of the County Couim'ssioncrs, having been
called away on official business Hie largest
part of this week', the statement promised
in our last issue in regard to the County
finances, "'jtil I not be had. Mr. liolivcr
will have it ready for our next issue.
Has moved into his new store on Market
Street at which place he offers the higacst
cash price for rough rice, corn, peas, eggs
and rags, kc. Mr. E. is u go ahead gentle
man and we predict for him a success never
befo re achieved, nt his new store. See ad
vertisement in another column.
The lighting editor of the (fnion-Ifrniltl is
off on a trip to Long Branch, and will not
he back until aller the BfIt of September.
Then Chamberlain will have been nomina
ted for Governor, ami said editor will be
protected in the full cr.joyiuoni of lire
speech. Moses can't go lor him then.
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Editors must have good olfactory organs,
and be able to scent ?langer afar of!',
otherwise they may drive right into the
arms of an offended reader. It is safe for
them to keep in view the law of safo dis
tances as applied to projectiles. This "plug
ugly style" is not at all refreshing at the
beginning of the week;
Mr. L. C. Northrop publishes a card in
the Union-IIerul\i .stating that he is not the
editor-in-chief of that paper now. We
have thought for some time that the keen
and incisive pen of Northrop was absent
from the columns of said paper. However
it is a lively journal, and culls our "native
young Governor" licentious. Pretty hind
on a man who preaches.
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"The man who does his whole duty, with
out fearer favor, is tho rising man lor Con
To which wo add, it seems the man who
"writes without fear or favor," must fall or
beat a retreat. Whore's the lighting editor V
His services are needed on Saturdays and
Mondays, and Girardcau's on Tuesdays.
A protracted meeting will commence in
Ulis place al the Baptist 'church on this
evening which may continue the whole of
next week. Wc trust it will be a successful
revival in religion hero, and that the dis
tinguished pastor of that Church will find n
better reward for bis labors than that which
he received over two years ago. Let the
meeting be well attended, as prominent
ministers of other churches will assist.
Judge H?ge says the man who calls him a
Moses man is a liar, and writes himself
down as nobody's num. lie says with em
phasis: '-What 1 desire is a good, honest
administration by the 'Republican party* of
the Slate government. I am opposed to the
election of any dishonest man to the posi
tion of governor, whether he is a native of
South Carolina, Massachusetts or Ohio."
According to this, then, poor F. Judas has
no Slate officer at his back.
.las. I). Tread well, Ksq., lias given a legal
opinion to Frank Moses, Jr., to the effect
that under the law there will have to be
two elections held this fall?one in O.doh >r
fur County Officers, and the other in Novem
ber for Governor, Lieutenant-ttovernor and
members of tho Legislature. What Judas
Iseariot wants with a double election we
are at ii loss to understand. It was our im
pression that ono would be enough to Hing
him in the Penitentiary.
Jones and Bowlcy of Georgetown had
a fight iu that place several days ogo, which
resulted in the former being wounded in the
Iliumb and the latter going to jail. It is
said that IJowloy nailed the Committe of
ways and means together, white in the cell.
but no one answerc I. Wonder whether he j
thought he was iu a committee room or not?
Probably so. and desired lo devise ways and
means to rid himself of the Sheriff. Fight I
it ou(. .loin s. y?iii and Ilowley, for it's dog
eat dog in oar opinion.
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S. A. Snails, n big radical light iu Wil
liaiusburg County, an I editor of the liejmb
lia:n, in :?] caking of a deceased friend says,
?die had no /?.-?;? an 1 but few < //.?." Iu tho
simplicity of our education we were under
the impression that "ptcr" me int ^'eoatiT'
and ??I'/ttai' meant "j'dr," b'ut the Honorable
Swails contends llii'l while these words b>
1...? iy_the -..-itne^ Vjjfj jd speech, they do not
fore, be substituted for each other, '-lie
had no ]>rrr and but few rquah." Are there
any dictionaries in Williaixsburg 1
Fit A XT/. HIIIGGMAXX?
11 as just opened a new supply of fresh
family groceries. Such articles ns hams,
breakfast strips, butter, lard, fljur, molas
ses, canned fruits and oyster, Northern* cab
bage, Irish potatoes &c., he oilers for sale
at the very lowe-t prices. Resides the
above, Mr. Hrigguuinti keeps constantly on
hand the finest brands of wines und liquors
to be had. House keepers wdio are fond
of clean and fresh groceries will find it to
their interest to give Midler's ol l stan 1 a
Wednesday last several gentlemen started
from here bright and early for a chase after
ihe tied footed deer of Great Branch.
Among the number were Messrs. W. F.. Mc
Michael, Willie Baxter, James Cannon and
Johnny Meroncy. From the account given
us of the drive, a lively time w as enjoyed.
Johnny was the lucky boy and killed a
young buck. It being his first he jumped
three feel in the air, crowed and cut up all
the gyrations of a victorious knight of the
forest, 'fiie day's sport was wound up by
a shooting match in which Willie Baxter
shot tlo heart out of a black jack, ten
inches iu diameter, Ecventy-fivc yardf.
Bully '/nn thai of Willie's
STATISTICS WORTil STUDYING?
Iu 1808 the Republican vote in this Slate
for President was 02,010 ; the Democratic
vote was 42,287 : Republican majority 17,
B70. In 1870 the Conservative vote was
51,487; the Republicans counted 80,071 ?
18,000 more than was ever cast before or
since. In 1S72 Moses received 1)0,888 votes.
The Union-IIfmid places ill full Bopubli
ci.n vide at 78.000, and says:
??The census shows that the white vote
ought to be, if all brought out, f>8,000.
Taking this into consideration, it is unsafe
to suppose: that a full Conservative vote is
less than ?5,000?a majority for the Repub
licans of only 18,000."
Bcecher has made bis .statement at last.
He charges Tillou and Moulton with an
attempt, at blackmail. Bccchcr, if he
knew it at nil, knew four years ago what
he now slates. It is almost impossible
that one should believe that a cbristaiu
minister could carry pueh a secret, for such
a length of time, wrapped in tho silence of
his own bosom. Wc believe Boechorguilty
of tho charges made against him, and in this
desperate straight resolve ! to lie out of it '
Heuco his attempt to ruin the characters of
Tilton and Moulton. If IJcecher lias spoken
tho truth, then ho is not fit to prench the
Gospel, for one so weak ns he must be,
in o? ally and otherwise, cannot lead people
to a proper approciatioi of Christ.
Cardoza has given bond in the United
States Supreme Court at Washington in the
case of the Certificotes of ludeteduess. It
will be remembered that our Supreme
Court decided that the Treasurer was com
pelled to issue them. Cardoza refused to
be governed by the law m set down by the
Chitf Justice and Wright. Wo hope the
Supreme Court of the United States will re.
ver.se their decision, and that that st upen
dous fraud, the Republican Printing Cotnpa
ny, will thus be shorn of its power to take
more of the people's money. They get a
large pay <o do the work of the Slate and
ycl there are some members of the Legisla
ture who fail to get copies of the journals
C. D. Korljolin thought of going to Sara
toga to spend the summer, but upon Ids
numerous customers hearing of his contem
plated trip, and coining to the conclusion
that no one oould supply Dick's place, or
sed them as sound and cheap groceries,
they drew up and forwarded in regular
style, a petition praying said Dick to ro
main in his store. He kept the matter un
der advisement until this morning when he
announced to us that he had conclude I not
t > go back on his customers. Considerate
man. He never forgets the interest of the
farmers and offers them fine groceries wines,
liquors, ales etc., at the lowest prices.
Dick's health should he taken care of now
by his customers since he has given up so
much pleasure for I heir sake?.
SritA US k STREET?
These gentlemen have made wonderful
improvements upon their rice ami grist
mills. liming heard sc much about their
establishment we gave them a call the other
day which well repaid our visit. Their new
building is birgt and roomy, in the lower
story of which are their lice and grist mills.
We examined the rice turned out by them
and never saw wholer grains from the liest
mills in Charleston. Their grist and meal are
the wry finest to he had. Near the engine
Mi-irt; HTtTttTMi,-...,?, km ?...-.I ?
f, *n&Vbn iii<-v K-ir ?'v"?'""?,,3r "ti
ed with water. In case of fire in that neigh
borhood, this will be found very useful as
there is no lire well in that section. In a
word, Messrs. Straus & Street may well be
proud of their success, and the community
proud of them.
LEW1SVILLE AND MOSES?
At n meeting of several Lcwisvillc politi
cians the other night, H. P. Cooke. Esq.,
was called upon and got off the following
Impromptu rhymes. We suggested to Mr.
Cooke that bis effort was an imperfect at
tempt at doggerel, to which he replied, "I
know it, but its claim t-> the dignity of
poetry consists in its truthfulness." "All
right," we replied; "it is our desire to get
at the truth cf all things, tei l est rail and
celestial, and especially at the shining amo
rcts of the Commandcr-in-Chlef of the army
of South Carolina." I.el us read :
Gov'uor, without a straight or Hush
You have stolen without a blush,?
Von have lied with wicked frowns,
And longed lor women, mini s gowns.
You b>ok for a re-election.
And depend upon deception ;
Hut you will snrely be deceived,
And our impovisliM State relieved.
Your lime to fall has come at last,
Your vict'ries numbered with the past ;
Your efforts, all, will be in vain.
For ec must have our Chamberlain.
I o in IMBKRL MX.
Don't be di eouraged, 1-1 your spirits he i
Your friends arc alive and in a working
Your changes lire two lo Frank Moses' one,
While chances lor all others are few or
You'roour choice, in the coming election ;
Never mind Moses and the Xrirr' decep
We shall not tire until you arc elected
As Gov'ner?the man we've proudly se
II. POWELL COOKE.
77//; LUTHERAN CHURCH?
This beautiful edifice will soon bo com
pleted. Situated in a central portion of
Orangeburg, it is destined to bu one of our
most popular and fashionable Churches.
When finished its capacity will seat over
three hundred persons. The Altar is one
of the most exquisitc'y arranged we ever saw
and the pulpit is equally as protly. Tho
top is supported by scrolled brackets, and
covered with velvet. Behind the pulpit
against the wall is a large false panel w ith
a circular head, containing two sinallcr
ones in which it is intended that the Ten
Comniundmcuts shall bccpiiuted in bronzed
letters. Tho Altar is protected by a rail
ling of beautiful design and finish. The
scats are comfortable, the backs and fronts
of which are painted white and the tops
mahogany. There is one large half circular
window over the door of entrance, on
either side of which is ft stupendous bull's
03-0, set in with blue glass. These glasses
impart a soft and delicate tint to the gallery
and everything in the Church. In fact, the
Lutheran Church is one of the living
religious edifices of Orangeburg now and its
popular pastor, the Itev. A. 0. Hough, will
make it a blessing, we trust, to many a
no vi. trs ca nur a ? f. shop?
We paid a visit to this establishment one
day ibis week and were shown through it
by its industrious and courteous proprietor,
Mr. 1*. Doyle. The lower story of the wood
shop wus the first place visited and we must
say that we were struck with the style and
amount of work carried on in this depart
ment. There were about six hands here
hard at it, each doing his own part, and
turning out different kinds of work. Mr.
It. II. Wiles, one of the finest wood workmen
iu the county, was engaged on a body for a
carriage, every part of which was put to
gether so well thai the joints were scarcely
perceivable. Wc examined several speci
mens of wood work which had not Iiqcii
painted. They were made from the best
materials and carefully put up. From this
place wc went up stairs where that indefati
gable and model painter, Mr. James A.
Williams, was at work with bis brush. Mr.
W showed us a number of buggies and
wagons he had painted, which for smooth
ness and exquisitcness of design are hard
lo beat. We took a look at the buggy which
Mr. Doyle put in the last Fail. It is, in
deed, 11 gem, nud although Mr. 1). didn't
get the premium he hasche name of building
the finest buggy ever put up in these parts.
His shop has turned out sixty-five wagons
already this year. In a word, he has just
as much work as he can do, and a reputa
tion which will make it necessary for him
to enlarge his shops in order to keep up
with the demand made upon him. We wish
him all the success that honest labor de
UrriCE l?i inr. Oii.^K'tiiDvnr. Xumtk,
August 21st 1ST?.
rOTTOX?Sales during the week 23
bales. Wc quote :
Ordinary, to Oood Ordinary,... 11<??)12J
bow Middling. l:l}oV>
Kovou Rice.?Sl.oO per oushel
CouX.$1.1"? per bushel.
Cow Pkas.80 to 1.10 per bushel
PlMiKKS. 1.-15 per bushel.
ORANG K131'KG COUNTY.
In Common Pi.eas.
J. A KF.LLF.R, vs. T. K. SASPOItTAS and
M. J. SASrORTAS.
By virtue of tho judgement of foreclosure
herein, 1 will sell, at Orangoblirg Court
Hciisc, on the first Monday in September
next, during the legal hours of sale, at
aticf ion for cash.
1. Plantation of 220 acres, more or less,
on both sides of Binnnkers Bridge Road,
bounded by land* now or lately of W. S
Dudley, Lewis Wisscuhiltlt, J. Riley, and
F.state of S. Reach: being tract conveyed
lo T. K. Snsportas by Dr. E. J. Oliveros
2. Tract of 12:! acres, more or less, on
Little Pen Branch, bounded by lands now
or lately of J. D. Fairy. J. W. II. Dnkes,
Andrew Berry and Mrs. Cclift .Melts'
II. Tract ot 227 acres, more or less, bound
ed by lands now or lately of Andrew Berry,
.lames Khoods, Oliver II. Ott nod
Edward*}; the two last described tracts
being tho lands conveyed to T, K. Snspor
tas by Mrs. Celia Melts, Executrix of the
will of James D. Mctts, deceased.
In Common Pleas.
J. A. KELLER, vs. T. K. SASPORTAS, R.
LlOYD and V. D. BOWMAN.
By virtue of the judgment of forolostll'O
herein, I will sell, at Oraugeburg Court
House, on the first Monday in September
next, at auction, for cash, duringthe legal
hours of sale.
1. Plantation of 110 acres, more or less,
hounded by lands now or lately of Oliver
Fornuin, Andrew inabinet, II. Waunamakor,
J. S. K. Legare, ami Estate of Peter Hook :
being piemises formerly of the Estate of
2. Lot and 1 welling in the Town of
Oraugeburg, on West side of Market Street
fronting on sa;d Street, 12 feet and 8 in.,
and running back 271 feet to lauds formerly
of James lliirley, deceased, and bounded by
lot of Independent Elliott Hook & Ladder
Company and lot ot Jnt>. S. Bowman.
I'm chasers lo pay for papers an < record
Sheriff's OfficCi ) E. I. Cain,
Orangeburg C. II., S. C, \ S. O. C.
August loth, 1874. J
aug. 15 ill
TO THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
MOSES M. BROWN, the Barber, pledges
himself to keep up with the times in nil tho
late Improvements, as bis business is suffi
cient to guarantee the ubovo. He will bo
found at his Old Stand ever ready to serve
his customers at the shortest notice.
a pi 11 Sit)
TO THE AFFMCTE?.
Ham UWLF.S COLMTOH, Co., 8. C.
July, 27tb, 1874.
I do hereby certify that I h&?o b??n
afflicted for tho past live yean with*
Cancer covering the entire upper Lip, 1 tried
every remedy that I eould hear of, btaids?
placing myself under the treatment of
distinguished Physicians, without ot?*
retarding its progress.
Dr. T. It. MA LONE, of Orangebuffi 8. C.
after thirty days treatment, made an abto
lutc cure, haven taking it out by tho foots,
without the use of the kinfe.
J. W. DAV?.
Mr. .1. W. Davis is a Dccon id our Church
and we tho undersigned know tho above
facts to be true.
Rev. j. YY. ELLSEY, i
" W. R. HYATT,
" S. W. ACKERMAN,
S. N. CARROLL.
Pastors und members of the Collet on
aug 8 tf
J. Wallace Cannons
LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
CANNED GOODS, CAND1BS,
All of the above goods are offered at
PRICES to suit the present tight timos.
jnn :'.l 1874
To Remove Hogs front the
Streets and Public Squares
of" the Town of Ornngebarg.
lit it Enacted by the Mayor and Aldertaea
in Council now assembled :
1. That on and after the first day of Sep.
tcuiber A. I). 1871, no owner of Swine shall
permit any Hogs or Pigs to Run at Largo ia
any of the Street? or Public Squares of tho
Town of Orangeburg.
2. That it shall be the duty of the Mar
shals to take up and impound ic a Suitable
Pen within the Corporate Limits, every
Hog, Shout, Sow, Boar or Pig, found run
ning at large after the said first day Of Sep
tember, and shall deliver the same to tho
owner thereof upon application, upon tho
payment by, or in behalf of said owner, of
a line of fifty cent3 for every full grown
hog, boar, or sow, and twcnty.five cents for
every pig or shoat, for violation of this Or
dinance, ami the sum of twenty-five cento
iu;il "so impoumlcil
U. That in caso any animal so lmpoamd?<l
shall not be released by or in behalf of it*
owner within forty-eight hours from tho
time of its being impounded as aforesaid. Tho
Town Marshal impounding the same, or ist
bis absence, any other Town Marshal, shall
advertise the said animal for Sale by post
ing at least three public notices conspicu
ously in different places in the said Town
(one of w hich places shall be tho Post Offlee)
for nt least tbrco days previously to tho
sale, giving notice of tho time and place of
such sale; and in case tho said animal shall
then be applied for, there shall be paid to
the said Town Marshal by the owner or por
sou applying in his or her behalf the sum cf
thirty cents for such notices, in addition to
the fines and expenses herein set forth
And if neither the owner nor any person, in
his or her behalf shall apply for the delive
ry and release of such animal or animals,
the Tow n Marshal shall sell the same at
public unction for cash at tho time and
place named, and shall pay from the pro
ceeds of sale the costs, expenses and fines
as above ordained, and shall pay over tho
surplus, if any there be, to the owner of
the animal or animals sold.
4. The Town Marshall shall mako a
monthly report to tho Town Council ?f all
proceedings under this ordinance, and shall
pay over any unclaimed moneys in their
bunds, by reason of sales herein provided,
to the Tow n Clerk and Treasurer, at the end
of each month.
Ratified this seventeenth day of July A.
J. \V. MOSELEY, Mayor.
KIRK HO I) IN SON, Clerk.
inly 20 187 4 4
Dr. J. Gr. Wannamaker &Co.,
Respectfully call the public's attention to
FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE,
on Russell Street, next door to HoMaster's
Brick Building, where can be found a well
selected block of MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, SOAPS and Fancy Toilet Articles.
A kind and generous patronage is earn
Dr. J. G. WANNAMAKER & CO.
J. FELDER MEYERS,
OFFICE COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
AVill give prompt attention to all business
entrusted to him. mar 20?tf
GOOD GARDENS to be bad
by buying your Garden Seeds
and Onion Sets from. ,
who gets nil bis Seeds from the .
Celebrated Arm of I>. Lan?
drctb A Son.
JV. II.?Klembers of Granges
will be supplied nt Grange
jan 10 m 4t
If you want WORK DONE
in House and Carriage Pnint
iug go to
Experience lil years. Resi
dence on Market Street.
jan 17 1S71 RJ