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The fOrangelmrg Times
OUU CHI IS
Arrangement with the Ntwt and
Courier ist working charmingly. By
it two paper, the Weekly Neu?? end the
TlMIS i& obtained lor the incredibly
Mi.all sum of $2 50, and tho subscrib
er gets ns much reading as he can
digest tho whole week.
Winter has come ntjasi.
Tho election lor Chief and Assist
ant a of our Fire Departaicut will tako
place on next Tuesday.
Alderman J S Albergotti is acting
Mayor during Mayor Moselcy's ab
The Edisto Killes having purchased
tho instruments of tho old band, a
new one is now organizing under tho
auspices of this compauy.
Good news?another supply of the
"While Hewing Machine have been
received, undjmck orders will now
be lapidly lillc.l by Henry Kobu.
By reading the TiMKS the owner of
the j pocket-book advertised in our
left issue got his lost property and
went home happy.
We regret to lenrn'of the death on
Monday oi n little chi'd oi Mr. Luther
Hydrick. Our sympathies arc with
Winter has come.at la?t, and every
body tu want ot- shawls, cloaks,
blankets ami overcoats will find a
few more left at Henry Kohu's which
?will he told low down.
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Married in Cokesbt)ry, S. C. on the
?29th Jan., 1HS0, by Rev. Mr. Hum
bert, Mr. J. K. Murray, of Charleston
County to Mis. Nuclla K. Vance, of
C< he."-bury, IS. G.
Valentines ot every description ,
comic and sentimental, can ho found
;ii T. ICohn's, besides novelties and
every variety of ailieles in tho cloth
ing line. See his advertisement.
Attentijii Orange L'ght Dragoons !
You are ordered to'assemble at tin;
Company's parade ground on Friday
the thirteenth of February at eleven
o'clock, A. 31., I'm- drill.
>.'. N. 1 ! A YD IN.
Children often wake in the night
with a burning fever, :;ml the patent
is at a loss to divine the cause
Worms! Worms ! are til work. A
dose of Bhriuor's Indian Vermifuge
is the onlv none I v.
Fnlo day brought a crowd in town
in spite id' the ra n an I C'-ihl The
streets were full of mud aud water,
nnd the tramping of horse-; au I eon
veynnees rendered them disagreea
ble of pa*.?a::p lor pedestrians.
A colored ^u l, al; ml 8 years old,
living on the place of Mr. I.J. [),ik>.?
near Kowcsvillo was so severely burn
ed from her clothe'* catching tire that
she died from the eiY.ets on list Wed
A white pointer with black ears
has been lost by Mr. David Ha!ley
Any information leading to its re.
covery would he thankfully received
by Mr. Salley ami the linder reward
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From nil uppearinrcs a livelier
trade in live stock has been going on
this winter in Orangeburg County
than ever before. The farmers must
be indulging bright prospects for the
We regret to h am that a little
daughter of Mr. Frank DeMars was
.severely burned ou Friday morning
by falling into the Hre. Its sufferings
were very great hut ?ve arc glad to
hear that it is gradually getting
The Young Men's (Jnrislian Asso
ciation Rooms havo been changed to
the lower part ol* Betlcrson's build
ing. We arc glad to kimrr that suit
able quarters have been secured for
the contiuuhncs of the good work ol"
this excellent organization.
What bus become of the Teachers
Institute of Orangcburg-? Has it
gone into winter quai lots ? We have
not heard of it for some time. We
cannot believe that the teachers of
our County can be indifferent to the
important subject of education.
. ? mt - . -mwm . . .
lion. .1. W. Moscley, by the advice
of friends und physicians, has gone
away for a ehort time for his health,
lie has been in ill health for a long
time, and we hope that the change of
air, and relaxation from business will
be bentfict il to h i tu,
And still they come. Another
drove of horses und mules will bo re
ceived to-dny at Mr. B. Frank Slater's
stables. This stock will be sold at
the lowest possible prices. Don't for
yet to call at tho above place.
On <li(, the Grand Masquerade Ball
of the Edisto Rifles to tako place
about the end of this month will be
the event ol the season. Friends of
this and neighboring Counties pre
-? wm ?
Dr. A. C. Dukes has received a
large supply of the celebrated hoc,
rakes, &c., sold by him last year.
Also a line assortment of pocket cut
lery. Call soon if you want to be
supplied in the above articles.
Rev. Manning Brown, Presiding
Elder of tho Methodist Church, who j
has been absent lor some time in con
sequence of ill health was agreeably
surprised oil his return on Tuesday
by the generous reception and dona
tions on.the I art of the members of
bis charge at this place.
The colored woman whose child
was stolen about two years ago w hen
the circus passed through Orangeburg,
and who five years previous to this
lost another child by fire, was burnt
out on last Friday on the Old Char
leston Road where she is living, and
Mr. LcClair baa been exhibiting
the Phonograph, the wonderful in
vention of Prof Edison, to the schools
of our town during the wei^. On
Monday night ho exhibited at Claflin.
on Tuesday, at 2 o'clock at Sheri
dan's, aud at 1 o'clock at Melli
champ's School. Toe pupils were
No medicine has ever been discov
ered to prevent death. The best that
can be done is to assist nature in
keeping the functions of the bodj in
a healthy condition during life. The
Germain Chamomile Tonic is just the
thing for all disorders of the Liver.
For sale only by Dr. J. G. Wanna
On Monday uight some inischiev
otis ra^s ignited a gross of matches in
Mr. K ;? i>? b i..oil's store, and all,
probabb , that "prevented a disastrous
conflagration was tho dampness of
the floor where they fell, from tin
Icaki ng uf uaterJVu.. a bucket. The
Times was sweetly slumbering above
On the 15th id' January .t !i; ? was
caused a: A lit ley's gin, in the Fork,
by a match or cap iu the cotton.
The whole -j to c was immediately
I filled with the flames, ii.it owing t<>
the promptness and presence of mind
of Mi Autley no further damage was
dune loan the des! yilig oi about a
half b Ic oi cot tun.
A cheap excursion to ( h?rtesten
i.- ndw offered by the South Carolina
Kai.roud. tickets cam be bought
until butiiiiiux the 7th, and passen
gers can returu on Monday. fhc
price from Orangeburg for tiic round
trip is if'i.TO. A good many have
taken ad\antage of it to attend the
Orange Meeting, and Others will go
for the races.
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We are iu formed that Mrs. Har
riett Byrd, living near Brauehville.
was called upon by a negro man on
Friday who demanded money from
her, but receiving only a small
amount, which was all she had with
her, he became enraged and beat her
severely. We learn also that a party
was arrested on suspicion, but wc nave
nothing definite We hope tho vil
liau may be caught and punished.
The faithful of tho Republican
party in this State seem to be com
mencing early In another place we
have noticed the meeting of the ita u
Executive Committed in Columbia,
and the fixing of April 2dtli as the
day for the State Convention to send
delegates,to the National Rep ublican
Convention. Besides this there seems
to be considerable maneuvering in
prepniation for the coming contest.
Sherman seems to have the inside
track, and the Grant "boom" is
warning considerably. All the Fed
eral appointments and removals are
in the interest of Sherman. In this
line Elliott, Myers, Dr. Ensor, Hain
oy ami Smalls are getting Federal
offices. It is also rumored that Bald
win, Collector of Charles to n, is to he
removed, and Taft put in his place.
Such is the dish of Radical gossip.
Nothing has yet come to our cars in
reference to the movements of our
Orangeburg stalwarts. Wo suppose
they hove not yet como out from their
'possum game of last year.
Mr. James Cannon Jr., has boon
appointed, Chief of tho Police ol
Ornngeburg, under the new organiza
tion. A better appointment could
not be made.
The regular meeting o f the
Knights of Honor will take place on
Monday night. At a recent meeting
the following officers were installed
to serve lor the ensuing term :
Dictator?L 11 Waunamaker.
Vice D-J L Sims.
Ass't D?J L Heidt man.
Chaplin?O A Darby
Fin B?C K Jones.
Guide?W 1' Brunsen.
Guardian?U H Wiles.
S?W A Edwards.
Henry Kuhn, Representative n>
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Hon. Samuel Dibble on the par;
of the Trustees ol die Claflin L'oi i
versity and Agricultural College j
wrote a letter to Senator M C Butler,
which was presented to Congress last
week, calling attention In the omis
sion of these two institutions in Sena
tor Brucic's resolution for the pro
motion of education among the color
ed people. We call the attention of
the colored people to this fact. Here
is our Democratic Congressman But
Fr and our Ex Representative Dib
ble wide-awake to their interest
and supplying Bndical omissions,
which, if not attended to, would have
left them without the benefit of the
Congressional provision for colored
education. Mr. Dibble deserves much
credit for Iii? zeal in the interest of
this insti lotion since his appointment
as Trustee by the Legislature.
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We looV. upon it as one of the most
encouraging signs of the times, that
the people, are taking a livelier inter
est in the education uf the young than
has ever been manifested before in our
midst. The school houses in our town
have never been as full as tll'vy are
now, judging (Vom our knowledge and
experience in the last eight or nine
years. It is a fact winch cannot be
account, d for by the increase in the
population of our burg, because this
increase is not in proportion to the
increase in the attendance of pupils
upon school. L can only be account'
ed for bj an increased int re<l in ih
cause ot education on tlie par' oi ie
people undo high? rappreciati ?n ??! it?
value. For the common good v
heartily comineu I this spirit '???!>: -n
has taken hold upon nur peopl ? for no
richer iegac can be heepx-athed by a
fathel to son ')i daughter ha.i a good
"What's the matter with y m, F.iu
nie? queried Louis to his wife upon
his arrival home from Oi.aigeourg,
linding her with scowl upon her
face "Enough's the matter" she
answered "1 thong t you promised
me iIii.? morning that y was going
to .or. Kurljuhn's and buy me."
"Stop," interrupted Louis; "it you
will overlook my dereliction this
this time, I will he particularly
prompt and reliable in future. But
tell me, pray, why it is you want me
to patronize Kortjohu ? Won't some
other merchant dun well/:*" "No!"
Fanny hastily answered. "You see,
we have just commenced keeping
house, and it behooves us to make
every dime tell. With one dollar my
neighbors inform me you can get
more at Knrtjohu's than two dollars
will purchase elsewhere. Now I will
forgive ) on i1' you promise me
solemnly to see Mr. K. when you go
to Orangeburg again." " ' promise,"
dec I used the churlish Louis; and the
next time he was seen in our Burg he
was making his way from Kortjohn's
with a number ot bundles in his arm?
and a .-mile of calm serenity lighting
up his countenance. A
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It was our pleasure on Tuesday
evening to hear the lecture de'ivered
by Kev. J. D. A. Browne oi the
Presbyterian Church before the
Young Men's Christian Association
ol out town. A small but apprecia
tive audience greeted the speaker.
He look as his subject the blessings
derived fro til the general dillusion ot
knowledge v.moug the masses. Ho
showed Conclusi* ely that it was the
only means of dispelling superstition
and the spirit of intolerance which
basso unfortunately cursed the world,
maintaining that such things were
invariably the ollspriugof ignorance
which vanish before the light of
knowledge as surely as the dew ot
morning disappears before the rising
sun. Intolerance for opinion's sako
baa no lodgment with tho liberally
< d mated, but belongs exclusively to
Ho believed that the education of
tlie intellect alone was not cuflioient,
but thai moral I ruining must g> band
in hand with it in order to accom
plish the desired results, lie looked
with much hope upon tho sign-of the
times as exhibited Ivy the notions of
nations aiming each other under the
gradual advance of ci vi i/.aiion, ami
hoped that the day was not far dis
tant wluti arbitration would take the
place of the KWOld.
The lecturu was embellished and
sustained by illustrations from history
which gave force to the aloe argu
ments adduced. \Yc regret that (here
was not :i larger attendance.
The A.-soei'.?lion ha- inaugurated
itud ceiuiiM ma d :i scries of nionthly
lectures which we h will excite
the inleictl in the coinmniiily they
d sc. ve.
fine Clltlerj' ?
A large assortment of line, cutlery
just in and for Kale low down at Dr
J. (i. Waniiamakei
Kespectftilly returns his thanks to
his many oust iners for their past
patronage, and hopes to merit the
same in the future by keeping con
stantly on hand fresh meats of every
kind at his old stand, in rear of the
Postolliee, during the present year
German ?Plmuiomilc 'i'oiiie
A tonic that, at once invigorates
the Liver and Digestive Organs,
regulates the Bowels; acts upon the
Kidneys, opens the Pores of the Skin
and for nil Impurities of the Blood,
it is unsurpassed. Trial? bottles 1<>
cents. For sale only by Dr. d. O,
Who iiitx not been aminycd by
a Co in CUurcii ?
It may come from the remotest
coiner in the rear, but its e dio
tickles the throat, iu trout, creeps
down tlie aisle and touches the ushers,
wringing a sympathetic explosion
from every victim; Put Oousseus'
IIline} td Tar will cure couiihs, colds
and all diseases of the throat and
long.-, bronchitis, hoarseness ami
sore throat. Price f>0 C'.Si For
ale h> Dt. d ' I vVan iamaker.
2JicJ Vota ever \o<it*C
How terrib y a b.?auty >f the
blonde type can disappoint one? At
t Iii1 iedistance wconly mm tlie shin
big aureole oi hair, and the imagina
tion; iv'th its d< i: touch, is <piicl; to
complete the picture with a complex
ion ns vidvi ty a- the heart of a rose,
;i;ol :.- pull Stj SiioW, liut on cio-tt:
proximi; y, ; ?<- piej uro loses it* bright
i'm-sm we diacoyer traces of a dis
hr.bred liver, which can liu cor reeled
. - u I'orta iuo, or Fabler's Vege
i i i Liver Powder Pri e i")U cts.
Soul by Dr. J. ti. anuamakcr.
t'orreeied every week by Messrs. Lull
Pimoav, February 6, 1880.
Mi.I.hint:-.I l i ? 121
Low Mi. 1.1 in--. I I'd 11 j
t bdiniiry.lo}.-? l,
New Corn .
Kodder, per 100 IIm. 1 00
Kougli Kice.5 1 -'<>
N'OTlCF to all whom it muy concern:
Wu the undmsLoied will ia Hiii i>
days frmu date apply Inlhc Clerk of Court
of Ormigohurg Comity fur a Charier to a
Charitable Society u ider tin- name of
('iiiitiiUi llonpel .Iii Soeietv
IffcV F I! A'KKS.
i? w i;/.< h?\vi:ll
Jaimary 19th 1 SSO
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I
N'k O i ts I f v :?.
Can ?r Makk ?11 ^tki:,\i:i? ? t?! ?. i::>. laAST
Tu'li K Ali l..t.S(i.
r'.::?s:: Curai rrl'.iwr. Er_-;>.;.?.?; C: C-r'.:^.
Cuilkandr'cw, SV^jSSfik &!
LitfrfompUH -0< lg**? ? ,
RfurMtjta, . \ if\
Kenoasaf&s. ?._. ;. j
Frndf ! ?' ^Sfj
felit?r^. ? . ?? , W
Sid k Sirwa* ltn?
??I I'i Si
T iii. 11
K i.Iii vj
The undersigned lias opened at C e old
xtnutl, oppnpilc Mr. .1. P. Ilrrley, where he
is prepared t>. <h> all kink1- of work in the
The Blaclisnriih lim.
Such (u. Ilona1 Fhocing. making plows and
Itepiuring Huggie. ?ml Wngont?.
All work wai ranted to give <>atisfaetion.
jan it ?in V.'M. IIOW ell.
SHAVIW? Ai\lD ?A1R DRESSIPJG
Done in the most approved style !>y i . II.
MATTHEWS, an Experienced Harber, on
Market Street, iu rear of the Postoflico.
I mi 9
s P,o*bre the Public.
SE. C. MoIANFS
for the cure of
] lepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
UY.IUl-VIA AKU 111 K MKAUACH*.
Symptoms af a Diseased Liver.
1)AIN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain is
felt under the shoulder blade, and it
frequently extends to the top of the
shoulder, und is sometimes mistaken
for rheumatism in the arm. The
titomach is affected with loss of appe
tite and sickness; the bowels iu gen
eral are costive, sometimes alternative
with lax; the head is troubled with
pain, accompanied with a dull, heavy
sensation in the back part. ? There is
generally a considerable loss of mem
ory, accompanied with a painful sen
sation of having left undone some
thing which ought to liave been done.
A slight, dry cough is soinctirjjCH an
attendant. The patient complains of
weariness and debility; he is easily
startled, his feet arc cold or burning,
and he complains of a prickly sensa
tion of the skin; his spirits arc low;
and although he is satisfied that exer
cise would l>e beneficial to him, yet
he can scarcely summon up fortitude
enough to try it. In fart, he distrusts
every remedy. Several of the above
symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred wh.rc few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
? A CUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. Mc Lane's Liver Pills, in
cases ok Ague and Fryer, when
taken with Quinine, arc productive of
the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise all who are afflicted widi this
disease to give theni a FAIR tpiaJ..
For all bilious derangements, and as
a simple purgative, they are uncqualed.
HEV/AJti: Or I AI IT AT? OK?.
The genuine arc never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax veal on the lid,
with the impression Or. McLane'S LlVfca
The ?enttinr McI.AMfc's I.IVPR Plt.LS hear
the signature* of C Mt.I.ank ami Ft.EMlNU
IJuos. on the wrapper*.' ?
insist upon having the genuine \)v. ('.
Mcl.ank's Livf.k Phis, prepared by Flem
ing Pros., of l*it tsburgh. Pa., the market being
lull of imitations of the name Mcjsituc.
spelled differently but *?-??ie prouunciation.
Orangebnrg. January 13th 18^0.
There will he nn election for Bonn! of
Fire .Masters on the 2d Tuesday in Fch the
I'.v order of the M a vor
C K JONES, Clerk
jan 23 3t
OFFICK.?K CO. COMMISSIONER'S,
Orangebnrg, S.C, Jan. 1?, LS80.
Notice i>- hereby given that tue Jfridge?
herein named, will bo let out for repaint, to
the lowest responsible bidder, on the day*
For all contracts over and above one
him I red dollars a bond, with two good
nuri es for the faithful performance of eon
tract, will be required.
The right to reject ?any and all bids is
Kowes /fridges, North Kdisto River,
Feb. 17, 1880, fj o'clock to.
Four Moles /fridge, Five Notch Road,
Fch. IS, 1880, 11 o'clock.
lioodhy* Hole bridge, State road, Feb
1S, Ism)," 2 o'clock.
/>ushy /branch bridge, State road, Feb
iKSti, 10 o'clock.
Providence bridges, State road, Fch 10,
I8.SU, \2 o'clock.
Ilor-e Range bridge, State road, Feb 19
LHSO, :'? o'clock.
Malfwav Swamp bridge, Poplar and Pine
tirove Townships, Feb 21, 18S0, VI o'clock.
Sealed bids will be received at this office
until the Pub February l?e'O, for the con
ti rot of boxing trees in Court House yard.
The lowest bidder will be awarded the same.
Information can be obtained from the Clark
of the //nurd. The right to reject any and
all bids is reserved.
7>'v older of the 7/oard.
L. IL WANN A MAKE/?,
Ch rk Hoard Co.Coin., O. C.
|aii ?-':'. -It
TO Til K nCMlU: UK OF THE
FIUF. DEPAHTNENT OF
THK TOWN OF OltA.\Ut:
An Ordinance to Amend the Ordianancc
relating to the Firo Department of the
Town of Orangwhurg adopted March 13th
I'.f it Ordained by the Mayor and Alder
men assembled; lbat the Chief ami aeeend
assistant Chief of the Fire Department shall
be elected by thcjotnt ballot of the Town
Council, and the two highest nfficerx'of the
Charted Companies of the Fire Department.
I hat the firrt assistant Chief shall be elect
ed hy Town Council. That the Mayor of
the Town nhall be ex .officio a member of
the /loanl of Fiie Musters. All parts of
this Ordinance or regulations in conflict
with this Ordinance so fir as they are in
consistent herewith are repealed. Done in
Council ibis 7tli dav of April 1K74.
J. YV. MOSKI.KY, Maror.
'jPAKK OTICK that the undersigned, the
a Officers and frustcea of the ''Christian
Voiar.\ S niety" of the M E Church, color
ud, have made application to the, Clerk of
the t'ohrl of Coniinon Pleas of this Coiitv.
(ieorge Ihdiver Es'|, for a (."barter for said
Society, in accordance with the provision
ofthe act of the * lenoral .4>seni ? nppro\
ed l\b 20th 187?'.
lLrtPiLNKS I KU'.u...s
U'M H/.'o\\ .\, Secretary
January 10th t$80.
jnn 23 * 3t
Just as usuul ?t.
A largo and well selected lot of
eompri>ing the "latest" in Sentimen
tal and Comic Styles.
Now in (he time to iret Bargain* in
Closing out tli'< sma'I lot loft.'yoti
will never get tliern as cheap a.-* now.
WOOLEN GOODS are con line illy
on the rise. Lay in your supplies
now if you want tu SAY i. uimioy.
DAILY arrivals of GOODS eon -
prising all the Novelties ? 1' tne -Sea
DRESS SHIRTS, Collars and
Cuffs have advanced 25 per cent, bwf.
having a good Stock on hau 1 wiliaeil
at okl prices as long as the Stock lasU.
Don't neglect the opportunity.
LIG HT RUH KING
Still holds its position ef Supremacy.
In fact if its sales continue to in
crease as they have done during the.
past few mouths, it is very evident
that they will boon he equal to the
sales oi ail the other Machines put
Valuable Improvements have been
made on it from time to time. The
latest improvement* ou the Domestic
is the NEW TREADLE which runs
on scale pivots, uud the Pitman con
uecUs with a balance wheel an I a hill
joint thus securing Lightness in run
ning and absolute stillness.
NEEDLES lor all the v.nri?u.i
Machines, Attachment?. Shuttles,
Oils, Ac. always on hand and for sale
at Lowest Prices.
Fashionable Dry Goods Km^orinm
MME DEMOREST'S PATTERNS
W. P. Robinson,
A TIME FOR ALL THINGS!
I' AN DRETH'8 SEEDS hay* lw?u on the
jl tht Market siuce 1784. am) stilt keep
the lend. 1 have the LARllEST quantity
and collection erer brought to Orangeburg,
whfeh I warrant to be fre*u.
Purchase your SEEDS in time, ami as I
Peas, Roans and Corn
by MEASURE it's to your ndyantagn, and
you can get a look at the ?e?d bet?re buy
ing. ALMANACS, with valuable informa
tion, free to customer*.
J now sellingofT my FALL STOCK of
Atp.OW HATES. Also will order Hing',
Jewelry, Silver and Plated \fnre below
Kctail Price*, and attend to Repairing of
? 11 kinds in my due.
I_W. F. Robinson.
j THE STATE OF SOUTH CA ROL1 N A.
BV C. n. QLOVEB, ESQUIRE, PROBATK .ll lHlf.
Whereas, ("corge Boliver, Clerk of the
Court of Common Plena, hnth] matte
suit to me, to grant him Lettern of
Administration of the Estate and effect* of
ltobert Hufiinan, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all aud singular the kindred and Creditor*
of the said Hobert Hufiinan, lute of
Ornngeburjr, County, deceased, that they l?e
and appear, before mo, in the Court
of Probate, to be hold at Orangebtirg, C. H.,
on 7th February next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, t?
show cause, if any they have, why the said
Administration should not be granted.
I liven under my Hand, this -9th day i?f
December, Anno Domini 1?79.
[i. s.] C. R. 0LOVER.
Judge of Probate, Orangcburg County.
jan 2 r.i
GULLETT GIN WORKS,
AUGUSTA, CT A.
1">LANTEHH who wish to have their okl
Uins of any Make It Id'A I It ED bv
lireNclawi workmen, should write us at on re,
and have tho work done in early Spring,
when we are nut crowded wi h work.
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