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The oat crop is in a fine growing
I (Tighter and tighter?tho timc3 aud
We never see the Waltcrboro AVjkm
norr-a-days. What has become of il?
But one or two sheriffs! in the State
refuse to lecogni/.c commitments from
Hampton's Trial Jos'ices.
Last Wednesday was Velen tine's
Day, and many were the valentines
that passed through our Post Office.
A brick flue has been built in the
Engine Hall for the use of the Post
1 ? Mr. C. D. Blume is how rusticating
in the Fork. No better place for
ovjoyment. The people over there
are all clever aud sociable.
Not near the advances on liens are
being given this year as were hut
year. Merchans are very caution*
and not quick to run farm.mm.
. - IHK ll'l ? ? ? I .
Mr. \V? M. Sain is now standing
tl.o fine stallion of Mr. William
Joiner. The animal is a beautiful
and well bred horse aud gets excel
Tin: baptist enmai
ls trying to secure as their pastor
the Rev T. W. Molliehainp, a minis
ter of wide-spread popularity, eh>
queiiec and piety.
tu our opinit.u the agricultural
department of the AW* ami Courier
is a humbug. It is suicidal to take
\>p the space of an otherwise most
excellent paper with stich trash.
It don't pay to meet under pine
"rees tf a Saturday night and fix up
a hopping municipal ticket. The
people at Branehvdlc are averse to
such low schemes und generally repu
diate them at the ballot hoc.
OVll TU A WKS?
Aie due Corgresfman C. W. Butt/,
for copies of the Qonyrensioual lio or l
\ outlining tho proceedings ?if Con
gress and the doings of the Com pro
'1 he baru and other outbuildings
vi) the plantation of Mr. W. L. W.
Rih y were burnt on Monday mo. u
ing last. Mr. Hi ley lost about 000
bushels of grain, and fodder, Sic. No
h-M iime. Act cmhiuhwdly that ot
We are requested to state that
those who have not paid their town
laxes will have their property levied
on if the moaev is not fort, ic taii i ; .
Marshal Cerlach has now a numb' r
of exceptions in his possession. A
word to ike Wise is sufficient*
We have bcui requested by Mr. L.
II. Wnnnunmkcr to slate lhut honora
ry member!!tire invited to the anni
versary of the Independent Young
?America Fire Company w'deh will
lie celebrated on the 21st hist. This
?anniversary will Ivcn.s In-Hi ant us any
?of its prcdoi-ossessors.
The C harlvston Nein* ami Courier of
Ore 1-lth inst. announced the death in
that city of Mr. B. A. Carson, a
former resident of this p'acc. Mr. Car
son was a strong advocnic of the tctn
pernnce cause, having been connected
Syith the oidcr for a number of years.
He was buried in Charleston by the
Quren < ity Ledgecf Good Templar*.
Tit ic 1iampwxtax^~
We are gratified to stale that the
people in this county are paying in
their contribution to the lawful gov
ernment with a great deal of prompt
nesa. Already over four thousand
dollars of tho ten p3t cc:it, lias been
received by Judge Glover. Let
Orangeburg county continue to up
hold Hampton, aud she will have
good cause to rejoice before long. In
our opinion Chamberlain will "git up
and git" ere the ides of March. He
would do so before then if the soldiers
ere taken away.
A woman cured her husband of
staying out late>f nights by going to
the door when lie enmc home and
whispering through the key-hole : "Is
that you, Willie?" Her husband's
name is John, and he stays at home
every night now, and sleeps with one
eye open and a revolver under his
.- mm ? ? -...
It was cold on Wednesday and
Thursday last. On the night of the
latter day a good deal of sleet fell,
annihilating early garden plai.ls, and
easting a woo-begdho look upon the
countenances of our lovers of vegeta
bles. It ni'ver pays to plant gardens
the bist of ibis month. .Seeds are
Mr. J. C. Pike keeps on in ihe even
Ichor of bis way, selling dry gtods,
groceries and guanos at uuprece.'ent ?
ly low prices Let the people give
him a call. His prices arc in the
reach id every one. His profits are
small. 1'ikc lives to let the people
live, and does nut believe in charging
double prices f or his goods. There i.
ihc place to call if you want bar
a last ( iia m e?
In c: r.seqconeo of the bad weather,
and the demand for phbtographs, Mr.
Schtilley hns concluded to remain
hero about ten days longer, during
which time an opportunity will t.c
sdfordod those who have hot yet Lad
their pictures taken to have their
wants supplied. k r. S. excels in bis
profession and we ndvisc our friends
to call on him at once.
V. M. c. A.?
The annual meeting of this Asso
ciation will be held next Thursday
evening at half scVeii o'clock in their
rooms, when officers will be elected.
The members are earnestly requested
to attend. The officers and wo king
members arc much discouraged be
cause so many members never attend
the meetings and show no interest in
the objects of the Association. Sure
ly each member cau attend the ainnutl
iiii i tin;/ in least.
Tbc case in re lbiggmann ami
benncker, petition for adjudication
of Bankruptcy, which seems to hang
lire in the United States Court, is at
tracting considerable interest among
the merchants of our community. A
good deal of sympathy is expressed
for (he defendants, who are young
men, and whose late linn was among
our most enterprising as well as
slrnighttorward in their dealings
Our uirdi is that the mutter may 1?
satisiactoiily settled, and that t .
< iii.lie - mi i?iii- late young lit ., i
not Ik-, too iigorous und exacting
'ihe in a x if 11 among merchants, as
well us newspapers, should be '?live
and let live "
j t 'ST iiy/.i rs mmxteo
Mr. August. Fischer, having a heart
that beats warmly Cowards his cus
tomers, and always anxious to cater
to their wants, has made arrangements
by which be will hereafter bo able to
furnish I hem daily with fresh heel,
pulk, fish, eggs, A:e. This want ha
long been felt, and now that Fischer
hasset his bead upon supplying it the
people may rest assured that there
will be no more complaints made for
the want of something fresh to eat.
He is just the man to carry out his
new undertaking with success to
himself and with .satisfaction to his
cu -turners. Semi orders to his store
with the cash and they will ^c filled
upon the spot.
MO HE A MESEMEST?
Our citizens will be delighted to
learn that the (lice Club will give
entertainments at Masonic Hill on
the evenings of the 27th and 28th
insls., as a benefit to Messrs. E. G. To
bin and G. A. Schi III ay. These young
gentlemen contributed toctr time and
labor towards fixing up the stage and
painting the scenery in Masonic Hall,
and wc hope our people will show
(heir appreciation of their services
by rewarding Ihcm with full bouses
on the cveniugs mentioned. Tho en
tertainments will be first-clues nnd
those who arc fond of amusement will
miss a treat by not securing seats in
time. Full particulars in our next.
STOOD TDK TEST?
Wilcox, Gibbs & Col's Manipula
ted Guano has stood the test of ten
years' use, by the leading planters of
.South Carolina, Kurth Carolina,
Georgia, Alabama, and Florida; con
st unity gaining in popularity, and is
now I In; best and most favorably
known fertilizer in use in these States
It has been iheir aim to furnish a
fertilizer that cannot be surpassi-d,
ami they have succeeded i i doing so,
as is evidenced by its high reputation
It is offered on very favorable terms;
delivered at depots in the interior;
payable in Coi'tdn, on me basis of
fifteen cents for middlings, delivered
at planters' depot next F??ll. Call
1 see t heir A gents.
'I he ltd lowing officers wore installed
at the as meeting of I Sol he I Lodge
No. 7.1, of this c uniy. Their new
Hall, n ?iif l ethol Church; will be
dedicated on Saturday 2-1 th hist.
Appropriate add re.-st s will be dcliv
crtd, to which the public i>
invited. The Loilge is in a nourish
ing conditio ?, numbering over foity
A. W. Sandel, \V. CT.
J. L Bozard, W. V. T.
W. A. Edwards, Sec.
D'. R. Barton, F. S.
F. G. Cai n, T.
James Cox, Chap.
W. C. Sandel, W. AI.
Rubi? Cox, G
Y. C. Davis, S.
E. C. Sandel, A. S.
E. A. Sandel, II S.
M. Ruplo, E. S.
J. G. McKcwn, L. D.
D. R. Barton.
Alexander IL Stevens was sixty
live on tho. 11 til tust. His health is
better than it was.
SCARCITY OF MOSEY?
There is no doubt but. the present
conditio" of all kinds of business and
industry is Tearfully depressed, and
it behooves every family to look care
fully to their expenses. Winter is
coming on when children are liable
to croup, whooping cough, etc. Cough
and colds will prevail everywhere;
and consumption, with other throat
and lung diseases will carry oil' many.
These discuses should not be neglect
ed. Doctors lulls are expensive, and
we would advise our people to use
ii -ib '- < M-rniutt Syrup. Ii never
h i iaiit < < hie bottle at 70 cents
ui l.?;ep Unix whole family well
durii'g .be wniici. fwo dbscs wii|
re ieve any case, hold in all towns in
the Untied Slut es, and by your Drug
gists, Dr. A. i . Dukes.
.i d vii i: tf/:.ira~
l be .Ion Alcxunler II. Steven
says:?"The Globe Flower Cough
S nip has proven a most va liable
remedy to inc."
Guv James M. Smith, of Georgia,
stiys:?*'l shall always use it with
perfect c mlidoiioc, and recommend it
to the public sis a remedy w hich will
afford that satisfaction experienced
by lite and mine. 1: excels every
thing for coughs, colds ami obstinate
Ex-Gov. Brown, of Ga., says: "He
finds the Globe Flower Cough Syrup
a most excellent remedy."
Stich endorsement by our great and
good men deserves the attention of
the alllicted. Those suffering from
cough, colds ami lung affections
should use the Globe Flower Cough
Syrup. It will positively cure con
For sale by Dr. A. C. Dukes.
WOSDFllFl rjj SUCCESS?
It is rcpoi ted that Besehen's Ger
man Syrup has, since its introduc
tion in the United States, reached
the immense sale of 10,000 dozen per
year. Over 0,15 )0 Druggist have
ordered this mudiciuo direct from the
Factory, at Woodbury, N. J.; and
not one has reported a single failure
hut every letter speaks of its ast >n
ishing success in curing severe
Coughs, Colds settled on tho Breast,
Consumption, or any disease of tho
Throat and Lung;, Wc advise any
person (hut has any predisposition to
weak Lungs, to go to their Druggist j
-and get this Medicine, Or inquire
about it. Regular size, 7? cents:
Sample Bottle, 10 cents. Two do
ses will relieve any case. Don't ne
glect your coti^h when you can get
the above remedy from Dr. a. C.
Dr. a. C. Dikks is giving
away a handsome hook entitled
"Pearls for the People," containing
much valuable inlnruinlion and many
interesting articles. 11 also contains
a history of the discovery of the
"llepatinc;" for diseases of the liver,
dyspepsia, contispnlion und indiges
liou, &c, and gives positive assur
ance that when the llepatinc is used
it cilccts a permanen' ami la-tiug cure
ot these diseases, which prevail to
such an alarming extent in our
coiritry Take tin; llepatinc for all
disea.-e.s of the liver.
Call at Dr. J. G. Wntinumaker's
ami gut a pamphlet and read about
Dr. Clark .Johnston's great Indian
hlooil syrup, the best medicine in
use. Dr. Wannamaker also ha- the
medicine for sale at wholesale and
retail. junc 2 I
By virtue of Sundry Kx 'cuttoils
tu rm directed, 1 will sell
to the highest bidder, :it Orange
hiirgC. II. on the first M >u 'lav in March
next, for cash ?II the Kigl.ts, Tille and In
terests?f tlie Defendants in the following
propei ly, to wit:
A I tin- plantation or tract of bind
containing one hundred and lifty acres,
more or kss^ situated in t)rsiiigeburgCouniy
and bounded on tin; North ami Ivist by
lauds of Win. A. Watt, on the South by
lands of Ksiato of Jacob Itoss, on Ihe West
Ijy lauds of K. Du lib i d Levied on as the
properly of A. .1. Carr. at the suit of l?\ F
I "eitler. (luardian.
All that plantation or tract of land con
taining live huiijlred acres, more oi less,
situated in Snake Swamp in said County,
hounded on the North by lands of XI? -
Michcal, Fast by brown, South In
lands of It. F. Simmons, West by lauda of
A lien ft ray. Levied on as the property of
Jolitl Rowe, at the Suit of Sarah It. Watt.
All that tract of hind, in said county
containing eleven acres, more or less, about
one and one half miles from Unmchville.
bounded by lands of 10- A. Faircy and
Sam'I bird, Levied on as the properly of
.1. M. Clinrtrand at tliesuit of Izlar & Dili
All that plantation or tract of bun- in
Raid County, containing eighteen hundred
acres more or less, being Homcstc'jd tract
itf the late David I looser, also, one carriage,
two WAgOii-i and ?.?!??? mule, Levied otinsUlc
pru|k>'riy of David flon.-er at the suit of l>. .1.
Twittyand .1 V Kiseiiiau
All...that plant uion or tract >>f land in
said County containing one hundred acres
more or less, now in possession of David Iv
Thomas, ami bounded i>n ihe North liy
lamb of S. It. Kvans. Mast by lauds of F<
title D <>. <"o Ihr, South by "lands of ! >. S. j
riiouias aad L. It. i-'.vau-.
,\ l .so.
one horse. Levied oil as the property of
W O. iiinl Sarah Collier: Administrators of
l>. L. Collier1 :>t ihe suit ?0 .lohn K. MOoier
siieiUy for T. Andrews Asdgiiec/
All that plantation or irael of land in
said County containing two hundred ami
ninety acres more or Ic-s, bounded South
by l-.slalc lands of James A McGrew and
Unhurt lloitck, [Cast by lands of \V A Me
l?rew, North by lands of John J ll'iiager
piller, Kmumtcl Wise and ll??ii?*it Keller,
ami West by lands (if Henry Baiitidcr and
Hoher! llotick. Levied on as the property
of Tarltnii S Me'i l ew at the suit of W .)
All that plantation or tract of land, con
taining one hundred acres, more or less, in
Kdisio I'orlc, bounded South bv 1>. <>. 4e?
coal; North by D It. barton; f ast by \V. A.
Mnekoy, West by Bates and others. Lev in I
oil as llii property of V. Mates a*, the suit of
A I .so.
\\\ that p'anto'ion or tract of bind, in
Caw Caw Township, containing two bun
? I red and four act es, more or less, ami
bounded by I am Is of Stabler, Stalcy an I
Zcigl?r. Levied on as the property of.J. A
I. Hi ilcrbraiid at the suit of Jacob Bilder
All that plantation or tr'aei of laud,
in said County containing Iwb bund el
acres, more or less, ami bounded North,
Hast; West a lid South by lands of John S.
liowniaii. Levied on its the property of
Mrs. Sophia M. Fredrick at tliesuit of N. A.
Oil Tuesday IIii*(tili day Of March 1*77,
at the plantation of .1. A. .1' 11 ildcrhraml,
one l?t Hogs, one lot Cattle, Ibm-ehobl ami
Kitchen furniture and Farming Imple
ments. Levied on as the property of J. A.
.1. lliblerbrand at the suit of Jacob llilder
On Tuesday the sixth day of March LS77
at the plantation of Jiio. C. Ilrrmnn, about
fifty bushels Corn, about I (MM) pounds fodder
j and about bushels Cotton Seed* Le
vied on as the properly of Jack Randolph
at the suit of .1. C. Harmon.
Sheritl's Olli- c, ) .1. 11. LIVINGSTON,
Or?iigeburg, C II S. < >. C;
Feb. 10, 1S77. J
Ich. 17 :;t.
Mai (ha M. Stromaii, Adm'x.
?\Vatsoa A. O'Cain, bite Ordinary, auJ fib
By virtue of the Judgement herein. I
will soil at Orangrburg C. II. to the highcst
bidder on the first Monday in March
next, the following real estate,' to wit :
1. All that piece or parcel of land situate
I in Orangeburg county, containing cue bun
dred and eight and one half acres, more or
less, and designated as tract No. 1 on plat
made by S. It. Ac \V A. Mel ichamji, Sur
veyors.dated Stii April, 18711,
2. Also one other tract containing seven
ty seven acres more or less and designated
;i*s tract No, '2. in said plat.
& Also one other trad containing two
hundred and forty acres ni?ro or le.ss, and
designated as trad .\"o.in said plat.
?1 Also brio other '.ract containing one
hundred and forty-seven 157*100 acres more
or less, and designated as tract No. I in said
pi t .
The remainder in dower after the deter
mination of .Mr-*. .Vurlha M, Siroman's es
tate in two hundred and forty and a half
acres, more or les--, assigned to her by Com
missionersin Dower, and designated on
said plat a ? tract "A "
Terms of sale?One* half cash, balance on
a credit of one yea--, seem ed hv bond of pur
chaser i'li'tl mortgage of the premise*, l'ur ?
??haser to pay for papers and recording
Mary K. Oliver, Adm'.x. )
. . f
Frederick K- Oliver, et al. )
Hv virtue of the judgment in the abov<
entitled case, i will sell at Oraiigcburg court
lnm.se, to the highest bidder, on the lira.
Monday in March next, the following
tract of laud, to wit:
All thai plantation or tract of land con
taining one thousand ami sixty acres, more
or less, situated in Orahgcbiirg county, and
known as '"the Heaver Creek" plantation,
hounded Fast ami South by lands lif Wil
liam Speigner, formerly lands of Fi H.
Heath, on the We a by hinds of J. J I. lion!;,
North by Heaver Creek Marsh
Term-; of Side?One-half cad:, balance
payable in oi.e and two years, secured by
bond of purchaser and mortgage of premi
se-, purchaser to pay for papers and recor
(.'has. W. Am Jeer )
against .- Fore
Itaford Sallev ami Sam. DauHig ? closure.
I?y virtue, of the judgment herein. 1 will
sell at Oraiigcburg 0. II. on the first Moti
dav in March next during the legal hours
All that tract of land containing one hun
dred acres more or less on Headwater of
Little.Turkey Hranch, of the water- id'
North Fdi-to Diver, bounded on the North
bv lands of O. It. Hi lev, on the West bv
hindsof.) .1 Hooker, South by lands of .M*.
(J. timer, and Fa si by lands of (>. H. hi ley.
Term- cash, purehascrjo pay for paper
Win. l\ Dukes ) Fort>
a gainst > closure.
W. C. Decves and Thus Smith 1
Hy virtue of the judgment herein, I will
sell lit O rai ige hi i rg U. Ii. oil the first Mon
day in March next, during tin legal hours
All that lot of land at Howe's I'ump, coii
laining Two acres mo,-e or less, b iimded
Ninth by lands of M. Kohiuson Sr. South
by lands' of W P Dukes, Ki-l hv So. ( a.
Railroad' and West by lands of Miss M.
Baxter and Norwood and Carter.
Terms cash, purchasers to pay lor papers
(1. F.. Steadman, Assignee ] Fore
vs. > closure.
W. W. ? A. J. Fvans. J
Hy virtue of judgment herein. 1 will sell
iit Orangehiirg C; II. on the first Monday
in M uch next during the legal hoars of
sa'c. all that iraet or parst-l of land situate
lying and being in the County id" Orange
burg in Yoiiiig Zion containing eight It if it -
drcd acres more or less, bounded on the
?"est by land- of 1* S Felder, North by
1 on's oft V Dowliiig and W L W Idey, on
ibo Fast by lands of A .1 Kvaiis; and the eii
tir.'Swamp p<>vlion of the remainder of the
lands of A. .I. Ft'au-, and one. half of mill
<>u Willow Swamp, with all mill and pond
Term* of Sale?-Cash erioiijjh to pay the
siiin due with inn rest on the sealed notes
mention, il in the i-omplaint, aud the cii.M
aiid expenses ?i|" ihis action. And the l?a)*
ance on a credit of one year. Secured hy
bond of the purchaser, hearing interest froth
tie day of sale and a iii"rtgageon the premi
ses. Purchaser to pay for pap.-r.s and re'
Ann C Steed ley 1
vs i Petition for
.John David Whisseuhunt 1 l'artition
and others j
l?y virtue of die judgment herein I will
sell at Oraiigcburg t'. II. on the first '.Mon
day in March next, to the highest bidder
at public outcry, the following trad of land,
to wit :
All that certain tract of laud situate and
being in the Fork of Fdislo Itiver in the
i loiinly of < Iraiigcburg containing two hun
dred and til'tv acres more or less and bound
ed hv hinds'of William H Ilartnett, Charles
Seabrook, Walker Kittrull, F II W Hrigg
maun Hi iijamiii Darker, Fphriain DarUur
an I oihers.
Terms?Cash enough to pay the sum as
sessed by the Comniis-ioners to be paid to
the petitioner Ann C. St evilly in Hew of j
her I lower iti said lands together within
leie-t in said sum from the 11th day of
Aioil A D 1S7U ami the cost of this action
ami the balance on a credit of one, two
three and four years, secured hy a Bond of
the purchaser or put chasers bearing interest
from the day of sale anil a mortgage of the
premises sold. Purchaser tci pay for papers
0:;axgkdchcj?In Common Pi.ii?s.
Thenn.- L. /.innerman
Jacob \V Anllcy Tru-tecs el al
F.y virtue of tho order of the Circuit
Court herein, 1 will sell at public auction,
at Oraiigcburg C II. on Monday the fifth
day of March 1ST7, ^during logiii hours of
sale, the following tracts of land in this
Tract of ?527 acres, more or less, on Sad
ler Swamp, hounded North and Northeast
hy lands lately of .lohn F Kiley, Northwest
hv Sadler Swamp, Southwest by lands late
ly of F I Iligdon ami F M Daiighnian,
South by binds now or lately of Mrs M In
auiint.and Southeast hv lands hitelv of
Trac' of311 acre.*, more or less, bounded
North by lands lately of John F Hilcy,
Fast by South Carolina Company, South by
lauds of S H Cannaday, and .West by lands
of 1 (i Wann nnaker
Terms?One third cash,"and the remain
ing two thirds on a credit of one year, pur
chaser to give bonds, secured by mortgage
of the premises purchased, for the credit
poi lion of the respective bids ami to pay
for papers and recording.
Sheriffs Otlice j J I! Livingston
Oraiigcburg County S. O. U.
Feb 10th 1N77." J
Hy virtue of sundry warrants on Liens I
will sell for cash, on Tuesday the sixth day
of March next, at the places herein men
tioned, the following property to wit :
At die plantation id".I (1 Wannamakcr,
in the County of Oraiigcburg,
About l"i bushels cotton seed.
" oO " corn.
" 1000 pounds fodder, sci/.ed on as
crop of Edward Washington.
About 2000 pound* fodder
" 5 bushels eoru '?
" 40 " cotton seed
One stack potatocs,*scized oh as crop of
Peter miller under warrant on Lien to J G
At the Plantation of II Rush,
A hone 100 bushels
" 2000 pounds fodder
" 225 budtels cotton feud
One lot shucks sei/u?! on as crop of Jo
seph (rilliard and Jacob Livingston under
warrant on Lien to 11 M Rush.
At plantation of Gen S Reed, in said
About 50 bushels corn
" 1500 pounds fodder,
One lot of pea vines, seized on as crop of
Geb"S Heed under warrant on Lien to J C
At plantation of C F Gehrels ?in. "'raid
About 2 bushels corn
" 'Kit) pounds fodder
800 ?' rice straw, seized as
crop of Adam Aiken on Lieu
About 1000 pounds fuddur
" 20 bushels corn
*' 25 " cotton seed, seized as
crop of .Jerry Ivwiherly
About 35 bushels cotton seed,
" 20'.) pounds Fodder,
" 7 bushels corn, seized as crop of
H B Randolph,
About ? bushels corn, ,
" I0! " cotton seed,
" 1000 pounds fodder.
" 200 " rice straw, seized as
crop of Vaitdy Slrotnau.
About 10 bushels corn,
" 50 '* cotton seed.
" 800 " fodder, seized as crop
of Yaudy Randolph.
About l? bushels corn
" (100 pounds fodder
" -MID " rice straw
" 10 " cotton seed, seized as
crop of Ned Hampton liiider warrants on
Lieu to C F Gehrels et ab
At plantation of Henry Livingston
About 10 bushels corn,
*' 500 pounds fodder seized a'crop of
Henrv Livingston under warrant on lien to
Hull it Seoviile.
At the John Magrillcs place in said coun
2 bales cotton.
About 700 pounds lint cotton \
" 2 busl els catton seed, " seized as
crop of Esau and William Pauling'' under
warrant on Lien to Jas A Dantzler,
.Sheriff's Office \ J. II LIVINGSTON
Orangebnrg County !? ?. 0. C.
\/raiiguuurg yuuiuy f
I'Vbruary 17tb 1S77 J
It. j. C5. WANXAMAKER isin pos.
?e-:ion of the Receipts and Prescription
Hooks of the late Dr. K. J. OHvcroY All
ptisons desiring to get any of the above
Vi -parntions or Renewal of Prescriptions
?an do so by calling on
Dr. YV A NX A MA K EU,
At his Drug Store.
According tu the latest improvements i|i
I. S. WOLFE
over Ezckicl's Store, are i>reparctl ta
execute anything in his line. ^
Guaranteeing a faithful attendance to
business, he respectfully ask a continu
ance of the patronage, which has hereto
fore -been extended to the old firm of
Siiidt r, Wolfe & Cat vert. --=.
t'tr?'" All Work Guaranteed.
0. LAND RET 11 & SON,
Onion Sets and Garden Seeds of all des
Dealer in Clocks, Watches, Jewlery, tic.
Always on hand Cartridges of all calibres,
dec 2 Um.
ok. b. p. mucken fuss
Dentist Rooms over Store of Mr. Ceo. IL
fab'"' Charges Reasonable.
.1 ? II X O *i REN
1 ihu?rter fi'id Manufacturer
11A KN ESS & SA DDLE8.
lias the pleasure to inform the Public
that he has Received a heavy Stock from
the North of every description what belongs
to a first class Saddlery Establishment.
Also wish to draw particular attention to
Ills Stock of
LADIES RIDING SADDLES
and his assort men I of
Prices lower then ever.
Good Saddles at $3.50.
The Two Story Rnildii . in ih< Town of
Lewisville. The first Story lilted upa a
Store, complete in all respect . The second
Story or ranged foi a Resilience.
For particulars applv to
ang. 5 tf
sex i) 25c. loG. P. ROW ELL & Co.,
New York, for Phaiuphlet of 100 pages,
containing lists of 300 newspapers, and
estimates showing cost of advertising.