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The Orangeburg Times
TAKE YOUR CHOICE
Between the Times at $1.00 for a
year; or tha Charleston Weekly News
and the Tints clubbed together for
This gives ourvfariuers as much
rending matter as they.,*cau digest
during the week, at the cheapest rates
A Cold Snap
Has come upon us this week which
forces upon our minds the terrors of
the winter in store tor the poor.
Of the ladies is called th tin ni.v
supply of ladies ?loaks and dnlimms
received by Henry K ihn, at low r
prices than heretofore.
We regret to learn that this terri
ble disease has made its uppearaufco
in our county. We trust that its pro
gress may be checked.
Have You Seen
The"Muuhatten do'lar shirts ?" Its
a beauty, at Henry Kohu's who
knows how to give his customers the
best vnluj: for bis money.
Aud mutton chops, an 1 everything
else you want in this line, ?uu b<i got
at Marion Jack sou s behind ihe Post
Only A Few More Left
Oi those nice buggiea sold by Mr,
B. Frauk ?later ut such low prices.
Those iu want ol u good buggy bet
ter call at once..
We are informed that a dog that
has beeil bitten by a mad dog has
been curried to Lewi.-ville and given
awcy ut that place.
Was uuusually quiet for Novem
ber. The crowd in towa was uu
in-ually smuil, doubtless, owing to
Fair week. Nothing worthy of uote
.At the Fair
We wtre struck with the neatness
?lud convenience of a deer born hat
rack exhibited by Cupt Murray Rob
inson, width had been iu use iu the
family for a i?u< d>er of years.
?i i _,
When Looking Around
For anything iu the Iry go ? a li no
?drop in at Henry lvahn's and see lh-j
immense stock which he is working
<iR* eo fast, na I you'will com3 a-.ay
emiling aud satisfied.
The "News and Courier"' is about,
to make another off ?-? of 8100 for the
hetl serial story, without restriction to
?suiject; and fc'i? lor th*- best story 1
suitable for childriii six or seven |
years old. j
A number of our young folks left
town on Wednesday night lor a
social gather.ng a lew ini'es below ;
us on the Railroad. A most enjoya
ble time was had us might be expect
ed from the well known hospitality of
host and hostess.
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Avery Heutoti, a young man about
19 yeara of age was killed by the
down passenger train on the S. C. R.
K. on last .Saturday night. Hi was
at Recvcsvilie about dark, ut which
time he left for his home 8 miles
below Branchvi le, on horseback
To J. A. Walton, Esq., for a mess of
?very large sweet potatoes and turn
ips. Also to Mrs. F. B. Livingston
for a."potato .which, in itself, was
enough for one or two ordhia y men
When we say it was "some potato,"
vre don't mil's the mark it all.
A dUimmctrihg Hope
la entertained ihat the loss.s of
etoi k on the S^C. U, R. ^?ie about to
be paid for. It is only/necessary- tqr'
Mr. Fischer to'stigge-t the matter io
the Court .'or it to be done, nnd wo
**understand that he i- favorably dis
posed in this direction. [ .;
Well Heine? "
Jacob Dupont, a colored farm r
living between Liuieutoue aod Caw
Caw, has mpdt DO bushels of rice ob
% five acres of uplaud. Besides th ?,
on the balance of his land, he bus
made, with one horse, 10 bags cotton,
125 bushels corn, with potatoes and
This is wordiy of emulation,! and
ebould encourage all who are striving
?to make an bonesi..- i?.v<o? by the
fweat of the brow.
We regret to learn of tho death, on
Tuciday morning, of a little child of
Dr. Benj. Kn'otts, o' Bull Swamp.
Our sympathies are with the bereaved
We are also pained to lcaru that a
child of Major W. A. OX a in died of
diphtheria on Tuesday.
Gerniaii C liamouille Tonic?
A tonic that at ooce invigorates
the Idver and Digestive Organs,
regulates the Bowel?; acts upon the
Kidneys, opens the Fores of the Skin
aud for all Impurities of the Blood;
it is unsurpassed. Trial bottles 10
cents. For sale only by Dr. .1. G.
- if -
Wo have been shown, by Mr. E l.
Williams, an old paper called the
"Ulstor Co my Gazette, d-ited Jan.
4th, lbOOj containing an account of
the death of Gen. Washington, and
draped in mourning in honor of the
sad event. It was givc-u In Mr. Wil
liams bv a hermit in Florida.
"The Medicated T >ilet Pow
Ai* n toilet accessory and beautifier
it has ? o equj I. It is \yar ed to
adhere belter to the .skin and remain
on longer than other povders, Lilly
While or Tablet, in use. Ladies wl.o
have used it regular! \ fur yen i s. pro
noil lice it . very be>l cosmetic they
ever tfi?d. Price i? cents per bt>x.
For .-ale bv Dr. .1. < J. Wanna naker.
A party of young ladies from Edge*
fiehl and A'lkeu visited our l air, and
are the quests ol ou r esteemed fellow
citizen, Mr. Kirk Robinson We
hope they have gained a fa volatile
impi'i Ksinu of our Buund when
tiny return to their h ones will carry
with tbfiu the plea-aute^t. recol*
lection-! of their exeuidi in and ol
Oil Thursday last ou the way to or
'from^Spring Branch Camp Meeting,
two colored men, A m Gui- mi d and
J nines Carter became involved in a
duuViej in which Guigpard shot Car
ler in the ta ck Wounding 1. in i at her
Severely. Guiglinrd ha.- been arrest
ted und lodged in jail;
On Mofidu'y night, in our town.
Frank Troy, who has only roc;nil y
been rtl a~e 1 r un juil, cut N?*Uon
Bur.wiek in the head with an axe. By
a tkilllul <do<!ge, however, a glan iug
wound wus leceived instead of amor
11 Ml in ?in? ?
I'ei'MO ii a 1?
Air. Samuel D Dantzl r, on-old
friend drnm Jamisons', who sod oni
and s tiled tu Alabama iih >ul a year
ago, i* now oil a vi-it to his old home
We are. glad lo see that Mr Dull zler
is in good health aud spirits, and
while we miss him sorely front our
cnmmoi.ity it is gratifying for us to
knew that he is (hung well iu hia
adopted State In fact one of his
energy and cliiiraciei ia hound to
succeed w herever he goes.
11 E lieaid. Es?j , ut the ,4Kt rshaw
Gazette," whs in town ou Friday. It
is with i leastire that we note the en
largement aud improvement of hie
y. n. c. a.?
The week of prayer for Young
Mens t Iuistian Associations through
out ihe world commences next week
The Y. M. C. A. oi our town will
observe the occasion by hol ling ser
vices at their rooms on Russell street,
qvery evening next wee* commencing
Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Ap
propriate and interesting subjects
will be presented each evening. The J
young men of our town are earnestly
and (oidiuly i<(putted to attend
these . i vices.
We would commend t.he,<c meet
ings to Ibe Christian people of our
com? unity and bespeak I? r tho en
courage incut id this Association their
presence at ti o'r sei vices and their
J prayers at their houses.
\\ hai! p ??
The New Yoik election was anolh?
er lick betueeii the eyes to the Cou
hlitutihuut Democracy, l?ut as thoro
wc:e nonatioiuil ssues involved iu the
result it is not lively to affect, ma eri
ally the election for 1880 Ibis being
ti e Oflfcc', Mr. C I>. Kortjohn hns con
t|i:dtd not to abate one pit or tithe of
his tl.dtavois to clothe aud lecd the
conn y lor hall price, lie has or
dert d a linger and n pro varied stock
now than ever before. The hidncy
market is dull North, and his agents
took advantage of th? Iftct to tflar
each for all thcit purchases; hence he
rs~w ? to: 41 %r'V-? cheap
?r than at anj former time, while at
his auctions numbers of things are
given away. Korijohn will sell, and
as the people must buy, wo advise all
to call and see him, a
CertiAcute of Warranty-N
Whereas the world renowned rupu
tation of the White Sdtfitir tf ichin e
induces _ many unscrupulous cunap^ti ?
tors to resort to all kinds of moan
tricks to injure its reputation, w<j
beg to eautiiHi-dl intuu ling purch
asers not to buy a White if i :hine ex
cept from its regular authorized deal-jj
ers who will be shs.t tine I by the fol
lowing warranty: We warriut n itiir- j
a)wear aud. tear >f tin Vastj S?y
Machine sold to Hcmy fC >hu for
family puroosos, aid hire')/ ajrje i
to keep ibe same iu r dp Air for th i
term of live years from this dats free
of charge. This warranty nxoepts
the breakage of needles, bohbius a-i I
shuttles Beware of deface 1 or al
lered numbers. Sold by Henry
Kuhn Orangiiburg. a
A. Smash l p
Took place on Friday afternoon
near HarieyV torn -r. A. wagou with
a pair of mules without a Iriver came
running ut a reekless speed down
Russell street. At R-uiaek-jr's store
si,me one rushed out to Mop them, but
the only effect was to turn them down
Brotightou st.ee , where At.-, lohn
Rowe's buggy was stau ling iu front
of a store with two ladies iu it. The
buggy was violently struck, aud the
two ladies, Mr. Howe's wife und her
mother, were thrown out, narrnwl)
escaping serious, if hot mortal injury.
Mr. Rowe's bu;igy was smashed up,
but we are glad that it is not worse
with the ladies than it is.
This should be a warning to per
snus leaving their vehicles, to look to
it that the animals are well secured.
Tue Shoo in.*; Match
At the Fuir on ' r duy, resulted in
a victory for Team No. 2, for the best
score, aud for Hr. M. G. Sulley for
the best individual score. Oat of 10
?diols, he missed none. \\ J DeTre
ville, Jr., came iu second, hitt tig 9
out of O.shots.
The following is the full score :
Team No. 1. ?I* t? Cannon 9, A M
Izlar 3,U J Sulley 5. J H LiRuihe
?1 Total 19.
Team No. 2?Dr M G Salley 10,
D W Robinson ti, Dr A S llydriok 7L
J A Salley 6, B Williamson 4. Total
Team No. 3.?W.T DeTreville 9,
T A Jeffords 2, W G Alberg.ati 2,
i'r T A Jones 7, T D Wolfe 4. Total
Six dollars in silvor was given to
the winning Team.
The prize lor tlie individual shunt
iug, a beautiful pair of castors, was
entirely impromptu, being gotten up
through the efforts of ttv B Frank
Slatet while the shooting way i i pro
grestf, ami was an agreeable surprise
to the loituuuc wi oier, Dr A Q
We Uliders and that, the losing
Team No 1 baa challenged ihe win
ning Team lor another ma.ch, when
we expect to witness an exciiin. trial
und home good shooting
For the Oraiifjebtirg Timks.
The Bight Spirit Hindu Right.
lu your lust issue, I noticed a pub
licaiioii loaned, "ihe right spirit"
upon which plea?e allow in.esp.ice in
your columns to stale a few facts
Ihe Arbor recentl / erected in tho
Lull Swuinp vicinity, wus not erect
t?l by the people of the vicinity
alone, neither did Mes.^rs Sasportas
aud Bowman, co npr se the whole
Com mi tue. There were n. r Church
es interested in the ereo ion of the
Arbor, namely: St. Stephens of
Bull Swamp vieiuity, Mt. &?m of
Juinis' n To., St. Johns of Lower
Cnw t aw and Bethlehem of Upper
Caw Caw. A Committee was appoint
ed liom each of the four Churches,
who have labored faitlifuilv in solicit
ing aid, ami deserve their part of the
[We only mentioned what we had
learned as a local, and we now add
ihe full merit of praise to the ciiuroh
es nenicd and (ho rest of the Com
At a meeting dl the E liito'RtlUs
held Dct. 2. 1879, tho following i--'s v
lutions were adopted by the Coin pa uy :
liatolvcdt That the heurttelt thanks
of tho * ompaiiy are tendered to tho
Ladic? of Graugeburg ami the vi:la
i ity, who assisted iu the uif^enrtntl
* so Ittffiely coutnout
1 ?d to make it a ?access,
Jletolvcd, That vre appreciate the
generous conduct of the Elliott Hook
aud Ladder Company in offering their
Hall lor the occasion free of rent, of
the Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation in placing their R >o ns at our
disposal, Jof the esteemed pricipal of
theschoul there taught in re u iviti^ to
the Y. M. 'O. A. Rooms during the
Fair, of \V. M. Sain, iu funishin^
shelter for the H. & L. Trujk, and
of the Oranweburg Quintette Club f?*r
their artistic assist nice in furnis'iiug
music to eu liven ourentertain men f.,
and of the Oran^eburg D_:n?;rit.
and Oratigeburg TlMKe form liberal
use of their c duinus for a lv irti-uu r
and other favors;
fasofvro', That, the Company ah.)
gratefully acknowledge lb ; assist uu <*
of the ladies and gentle um of
Urangcburg and the C uuty ,wh ?
manifest a great sympi'.hy with th ?
object of our Fair by Csitif.rib in m< of
articles and m iney a d by oth;r
'services. The Comp ill/ c in nuVir
forget those manifestations of in
terest felt to.vards tli! C?n>a-iy
in this community ' au I they wi
? ndcaver always to fulfill as far
us in their power, their soldiery d ities
in lh- guardians'iip of t e> blcp'ice
and security, should occasion e/er
arise when they s unild be called
upon to upho'd the constituted
authorities in the mainttiii.idm of
order and law.
Kw'li'ci?, That it i? .with p jo i'ia r
feelings of obligation that we rejor 1
our appreciation of ihe assista ics re
ceived from friends in C i.i.' lesion,
Columbia and New York. In return
iug our thanks to the ladies aud th e
merchants of the cities of our ow n
Stute, we desire to assure them that
we will ever regirl tiieir gifts as be
stowed on us as a part or th j citizen
soldiery of South Carolina whose
honor we will ever faithfully uphol I
to the best of our power, and iu r
ceiving contributions from the mer
chants of New York, the great metro
polis of the Nation, we reeoguize th it
sympathetic bond of uuum which
unites us all, North and South, as
oue great people
lirsulved, That these resolutions be
published in the Orangeburg Demo
crat aud Orangfcburg L'iuies.
T. O Dibble, Sec. E. K.
Extract from iniuutes
aft it ill"
That a remedy has boon compounded
which will do away w*th the mneral and
drastic purgatives of the past ccniurie*, and
whic , while entirely efficient, will leave
thus stem "n its former healthy condition?
Yes, (he remedy isTabler's lOrtaline, < r
VvfT .able Liver 'owder: a cure for all the
disor *ers liridnti from a torpid iver, ar.d as
inno eiii as spring water, (Jive it a trial.
It wi . do what it promises. Price 50 cents
a :oirl-. For sale by Or. J. G.
Out at I^anl?
"Uood morning, friend A., I am Htirpiscd
to see you out, and looking so well; I heard
von m re confined to your room, aud bed,
by that pest of Immunity, Piles."' ''Yes.
Mr P., 1 bad been In ig a sntlcrcr w hen I
beard uf Tablor's Luckeye Pile Otiunient.
It proved ? bleaaing tome indeed.one bnt
-tle having so far restored me us to enable
nie to be about my business ag-tlll With ease
and comfort. You can recommend it as a
genuine remedy." Price "it) cents a buttle
For sale by Dr. J."lL AVanniimaker. -
DiKD?At Ilranchville, S. C...()ct.. 2nd.
1879, I'd I hi Jane, aged one ye.ir and
twe ntv-two davs, an infant daughter of
.Mr and Mr*. W. P. SyphrcL
The tie* here broken result l>eaillifully
iu forimnsi one hop* of Heaven. It must
be so in the death of Utile Rill.-t ! A
gentle (lower, and tender ray?her spirit
lingered with us hut a -bort time, ere it
became weary and returned toils Father
"All ihn 'sbritrhl must fole.
Tin-- brightest aiill the fleetest;
Ad tliat ssweet was ma lc.
Hut to be lost when sweetest.
Corrected every week by Messrs. JU'i.i.
Fail?AY, November 7, 1870.
Low Middlings. (Ji'?\
i hdinary....8 (o !)
P..i VISl ..n.S
New Corn .
Fodder, per ICQ Iba. 70
Rough ltice.$ 1 10
Hiiv:|tg recently mived into my
New Store. 1 would beg lea^e to in
lorm my old fri< mis ami the public
generally that I, have and will con
tinue to keep on hand the
Best paints aud Oils,
Lamps nod Fixtures,
Fiin si Cigars aud Tobaccos,
Plain uud Fancy Candies,
Aud in fact, everything usually kept
in a tirst class
DRUG SI ORE!
I also occupy, with my family, tho
rooms ov? r the store, and thereforo
will be able to put up prescriptions
at any and ul| hours during the night.
?*?ce bell on Irout door.
A. C. DUKES, M. D.
' oct3l 1870 Vy
?)>ouiafi tioaS^n^ ^ juui
I , :aai?A\ ? i
oaiS ol pauivJJCM jpio.? \\y 'HOtilp .up
t|h?? oi aooud 1<J putt' *oj (hi paAOidtti' j?oiu
orp uo ?aup npi ui *\oA ?u op Q} paaadwd
"'. st( ajatj.w. *a40?^- ,*|l?0*l fl JJao punoj
?4 aw? ^?aoAV 's -ri *ua
vs Before the Public.
;R. C. McLANFS
for THE ccre of
p.patitis, or Liver Complaint,
l?Yil M--IA AMI sick IIK.\t>ACII?
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
13AIN in the right sick-, under the
edge of ihe ribs, increases on. pres
sure; sometimes tin.- pain is in the left
ode; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side: sometimes the pain is
"?It under the shoulder blade, and it
?requeiitly extends to the top of the
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
foi rheumatism in the ana. The
itomach is attested with loss of appe
tite and sickness^; the bowels in gen.
?ral arc costive, r.unetitnes alternative
with lax; the head is troubled with
pain, accompanied witli a dull, heavy
sensation in the back part. There is
generally a considerable loss of mem
ory, accompanied with a painful sen
Ration of having left undone s?unc
thing which ought to have been done.
A slight, dry cough is sometimes an
attendant. The patient complains of
weariness and debility ; he is easily
startled, his feet ;-.rc cold or burning,
and he complains of i prickly sensa
tion of the .skin; his spirits arc low;
and although be is satisfied that exer
cise would be beneficial to him, yet
he can scarcely summon up fortitude
enough to try it. In fact, he distrusts
every remedy. Several of the above
symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few* of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the i.iver to
have been extensively deranged.
AO ? I-: AND FEV KR.
Da. C. McLanf.'s Livf.R Piu s, in
cases of Ant-e Axn Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive ol
the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to.
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise ail who are afflicted with this
disease to give them a fair trial.
For all bilious derangements, and a;
a simple purgative, they are uncqualcd.
BEWAP.I. or IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar dated.
Kvcry t>o.\ has a rod wax seal oil I he lid,
with the iiitprvi?loii Du. Mcl.axr.'s Livk'k
The genuine Met.ANl '.. I.IVKK Pi I.I S bea:
the signatures off. M< I.a.M. aud l'l.r.Mi.W,
Ilaos. on the wrappers: ^
Insist upon having the genuine Dk. C
McLane's I.IVEli I'll.i s, prepared hV.FIem
ingllros.,of Piitsi.ui^h. I'a., the ninrlu-t heing*
full of imitations of the name Mr. I .flue.
spelled differently out >???e pronunciation.
J. W H. Dukes, Jr.,
Respectfully iuforms the public
generally that his Stables arc comple
ted and Idled with FINE
HORSES AND MULES
Which he \* offering at very
Those in want of good Stock are re
speclfidly invited to give mo a call.
J. W. U. DUKES, Jn,
A. M. BR.GGMiiNN,
Liquors and Cigars,
two noous E.v.vr at'
1) E SMOAK & CO
Now all ye pcoplo tar and near
To Uriggniann's R -staur int repair,
When Hunger on your senses iitea's.
And get your fancy Dunks and
The old, the young, the wise, the tray
All who have money, andean RAY.
Call on me at my stand so nsw,
Ami I will do my best for you !
Five Hundred men are waute 1 now ?
To unload schooners, (ALL know
The work. I'm sure, will never cease ?
Tin- pay is just 5 cents upicce!
'Iben como and get employment
For T would have it understood,
Without a singl ? bit of fuss,
You'll get your money's w irlh with
oct3 1879 ly
The Lands of the late W. M. Hiition
can be treated for ill private stile on a
liberal credit They consist ofthqOlhcu
Lot, which will be sold a- a whole or in
parcels to suit purchaser.
The Residence, on Kussel] Street, with
Two Lots on same side of Amelia Street
and fronting it.
One Lut on opposite side of Amelia
Kev, J. t). A. Hrowji.at the Uesidcnc *.
and NV- Pi Huison. at the (Office Lut, will
give every Information in relation thereto.
M. M. lIUTSON't
^J) w- F. Robinson,
TO, WATCH MAKER
R?SSEL ST, *.
Just receiv'od. a flue -cluplian, of
Gold and J'latad Jewelry, all iho
ria?r Btylei, $o., wKtoh \ will seil low
down, lor oh^. Call at ouce aud
save time aud money
''Time and tick," both wanted are.
For Watch and Clook and people her**,
I f tick you need, or time to set.
Just saunter round toChiviette.
For twenty years and two, he's spent
fb leirning'ho'r hla arts to know,
By special Provideu.'* he's sent
To Orangcburg thai art to ahow.
If a Watch'will keep no time.
And if a Clock will give no tick,
'TtHjUKt because you've missed thii line,
Which tel Is of good work, true and <pdak.
If your Watch will keep no time,
Ob to T.DeChivictte;
If yorr Clock will give no tick. (
(Jo toT DeChiviette.
'Tick and time" are needed hero
llv Farmen. Doctors, Lawyera, ad,
? f ibis lie true, ll.cn take good care
>n T. P. Cluviettcto call.
fiSa?"NOTK:i:-All Watches remaining
villi me for repairs on the 1st Nov., 1878,
\ ill be sold at auction if not called for be
?01 o.the tint Mondav in December next.
july 4 If
3 eed Rye.
Rust Proof Oats.
Also a small lot of
Rust Proof Wheat!
This Seed was tasted in Georgia
I ast Season and was a success.
N A. HAMILTON.
A Good WAX RROGAN for SI.
A Good WO MAN'S SHOE for 90 c.
JOHN A- HAMILTON.
Established in 1871 by the Propri
etor, who is still ready and willing to
fill orders in
BREAD, HOLLS, PlfiS ;
C A K E S
Of all desc/ipiiona.
Dy the TUKRM, or BOX.
? jB Tl e A d
For Camp-Meeting? or any other kind of
Which will be sold as LOW a.i a.nj that can
belvTifglit in Dratigeb?rg.
Thankful, for the past patronage of Bay
fricndfi and the public I still solicit a eon*
tinuance of their custom.,
T. \V. Alberjrotti,
Rustic H >5treet; hext door to
?cpt l l, 1878?ly Mr. J. P. Harley.
40 Head Horses
JUST A K HIV ED AT
E. F. Slater's Stable's
I be above. Stock is as FINE as
ever brought into this State, and will
be sold at very reasonable prices.
The public is respectfully invited
to cull and e:: a mi no the S&rno.
K. F. SLATER.
Notice of jDiHsoluticm.
N'OTICK is hereby given, that the
Partnership between J. 1. Sorentrue
and Joseph Lurvea,. was disso'vcd.on the
22nd day of October, A D. I87A hv mktnal
consent. All debts due to said Partnership
an- to be naiil to, a,nd 'hose duo from same,
discharged by J. I. 8orentrue, who will
continue the business at tho old stand, in
hixQwii name. - ?.
J. I. XORENTRUK,
Orangcburg, Oct. 22nd, 1S79. |
HAVING withdrawn front the Partner
ship of Sorentrue A Loryca, I return,
thanks to those w lib have so kindly patron
ised said Firm, and would ;-.sk fur Mr J.l.
Sorentrue, who continues the husincv? at
the old staiid, a , continuance- of said
'JOSEPH TORY KA.
Orangoburg, 8.C., Oct. 22nd 1879.
net 24 ' 3t
a. il lewin,
. llnrbcrand Hair Dresner,
* Nearly opposite Bull & Soovlllo,
CtiRi-anU-es B^lisirmiiou in his line of
busiucift, -JVtlrcmttge respeotdirily
Mrs. J? Oukmnu, h?vitig occupied the
coramodion* residence of Capt. P. II. VY
BriRgmann an Amelia street, will accom-.
modute a few Boarder*. Rates reason aide?
and Fat'ufacUon guaranteed.