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TUie Oranfrebuvi!: Times
IL. O C A. Tu
To-day is Good Friday.
Planting is progressing finely.
'Jlie Sanlee river is booming.
jS'ew lot 5 cent goods at Korijo'ui's
There will be preaching to day, at
the Lutheiati Church.
Dr. Ii. A, Kin'och, of Charleston,
is on a visit to'our town.
mm ? -- ' ?
A nice lot of spring calicos just
arrived UU Ilcury Kohn's.
500 cheap and 100 warranted
whalebone whips at Ivortjohns.
Another lot of clocks and watches
just, in at De Cliiyietle's.
If you want a nice Newport tic for
?1 i>5 cull at Henry Kohn's.
Common und fancy paper and en
velopes in boxes at Kort john's.
? up - - ?
The Executive Committee of the
Democratic party meets iu Orange
Dr. Barton has commenced build
ing on bis lot near the Methodist
C hurch. Ot'augcburg is growing.
?i? in, ? ? - ? -i,i ?wm
The greatest blessing of the age,
town talk baking p< wdor, sold by
We regrei to hear of the illness of
Gen. Izlur, who has been confined i<>
bis homo for several days.
A lull line of liuitcrick's spring
patterns to arrive next week at Hen
A rush of new advertisements has
encroached somewhat upon our gene
ral reading space this week.
Large lot hair and shoe brushes,
the cheapest in the market, at K.??rt
The Young Auic>icas expect to
have a line time and jubilee next
week when the steamer comes.
There wus a sligh.i frost on last
Friday evening in Orangeburg, but
not sufficient to injure the fruit.
Dr. Tulmage is tu lecture in Char
leston on the 1st. of April. Iiis sub
ject will be "Jhg iliumlers."
Smoking und chewing tobacce from
the factories of Va. and N. U. ?t
wholesale pi ice-at ICortjohu's.
Branchvibe is talking about organ
izing a lire ilepi rlment. The first
thing they need is a Hook and Lad*
One of the largest, finest und l>est.
selected stock of dry goods ever
offered in this market is now being
bought by Henry Kolin.
A huge lot consigned goods, con
sisting of shoes, slippers, .towels,
homespuns, s'raw goods, shirts, etc ,
for sale wit bout limit at Kortjohn's.
We learn that the trestle of l lee
Bite bridge needs the immediate at
tention of the County Commissioners*.
A .stitch in time, &c.
10. F. S'ntcr will receive, ihc last of
next weck, n car load of horses and
mules, to which the attention of the
pul lie is respectfully called.
Found o?j the night jf the Nth
inst., a cuff phi, which the owner can
have by proving property and pay
ing for this notice.
Something new at Jos. Kros.
Faster eggs made from candy, all
sizes. Call al once and get one for
your sweethe .i t.
A lire broke out iu the woods on
Wednesday near Mr. Win. Izlnr's
residence which destroyed some fenc
ing in the neighborhood before it
could h~ checked.
See can I ol Mrs. M. F. Miele in
another column. She ia prepared lo
do nil kinds ol .-owing and dress
making in the in si stylo. She is
located over l\ G. Cannon's store.
Wenrosoir) in learn that Mi. II.
J-'. 1 j i v a lit and Mr. .las. Van Tassel
bnvv both been quite sick, and have
been prevented for several days from
attending upon their regular business.
Adults arc subject to worms as
well as children; therefore how im
portant it is that the system should
be cleansed of these vile pests. Shri
tier's Indian vermifuge will do if
-* ? ? .
400 yards jeans in, 3 yard pieces,
low down if called for at once
at Korljohn 's.
Machine oil at Kortjohn's.
Friend John Danncr is always up
to tho limes. He eat a mess of green
pens nnd Irish potatoes out, ofhis gar
den lust Sunday.
Mr. .Jehu Poslol has been appoint
ed Ka il road Agent at our depot in
place of Mr. T. O. Dnwson. Mr.
Postell has commenced the duties of
Kev. ?1. F. Kiser, pastor of the Luthe
ran Church, who has bceu traveling
ill the interest of l?is Church, re
turned on Monday evening in order
to he'present at the Kastor services of
17"' &>oitth<:rn /Joum is the name of
a new venture in journalism in Char
lesion, under Republican auspices.
Whose particular boom it is, whi ther
Grants or Shermans, will, douhtlcss,
soon bo developed.
Pomona Grange of Orangeburg
county will meet at this phue. on the
first Saturday iti April next. Sub
(Iranges arc urged to send full dele
gations as it is nur annual meeting.
By order of the. Master.
Kiuk Lloiii.vaox, Sec.
Rev. .1. 1). A. Brown will preach a
sermon (lie Presbyterian Chinch
nexI. St iidny morning :tt 11 A. M., to
the yieuig, 'having special reference to
the covenant relation of tho children
to the church, nml the privileges
There will !??? a meeting of the
?inug?' Night Infantry on Wednes
day tl: : yjst Uwi, at 7J r. m The
nieuihi rs from the country as well as
those in loivn nrc requested lobe
pro-cut, as there i- business of inipor
t nncn i'impact.
The S- ? in Idiu insurance Cum
puny, that monstrous iniquity against
the peace and dignity of the Statu,
pi.?j n-'s in pay 'J per cent to its cred
id is. \\'??> ihere ever a bigger swin
dle ? ct.-ide id' the Butler, Chadwick
mil t i..r no tsl ro-ity ?
A icmarkabc peach blossom from
tl:.- t r h ird of Mrs. II. M. Andrews,
\\s?a placed on our table last week.
The petals were all completely con
nected, and the blossom measured
over an inch in diameter, resembling
a t o: e in si7.8 and form.
There has been an unaccountable
ri.-o in the. price of provisions, and
articles of mcrchundi/.o of every class.
We are at a loss to lind a satisfactory
explanation for the now.ltd tendency.
Crops have been abundant and Hie
country is prospering. We fear that
speculation has much to to do with it.
Kerosene stoves ! Cooking stoves ! !
If you want the nicc.-t little commod
ity in this line, gu to Willcock's, and
suit your-elves. He has a lot of
kcioscne stoves just to suit the limes.
Husbands submit yourselves to your
own wives and goto Willcock's and
get one of these tricks. See his ad
vertisement in another column.
Married on the 1 Ith March, 1880,
at the residence, of the bride's father,
by Kev. W. G. Mack, Mr. James
Horsey to Miss Gant. All of this
Ami on the 18tll March, 1S7(). at
the residence ol Mr. Mel vor, by the
same, Mr. Morgan Mack to Miss
.lumpt r. Ail of ibis county.
The charades ami tableax ol the
ladies of Lower St. Matthew.- at the
Grunge Hall near Trinity Church to
morrow evening will lake place at
candle licht. Tim beautiful moon
light evenings and the charming
weather, besides the attractiveness of
the programme, we hope will ensure
ti large audience.
We commence in this issue the
publication of a .-cial story ent itled
"lie Made His Mark," written for
the Ti.Mtis by a lady of our county.
The plot is well conceived, ami the
perusal will not fail to interest the
reader. Wo feel assured that our
patrons will upho'd our ell-iris to
secure good rending matter, and
encourage home literature.
Mr. Den no, the engineer of the
new .-team engine for iho Young
Americas, has come on in advance ol
the engine which was expected hero
yesterday. It is supposed, however,
by the delay, that, it has missed tho
steamer, and will probably not be
here until (he same time next Week.
Jt is somewhat of a disappointment
as expectation was on tip-toe. Iiis
cheering to sec Iho rapid progress of
We have been informell by Mr.
Kmanucl Kicker.backer, secretary of
tlio Executive Commit'eo, of tho
Orangeburg Baptist Association, that I
at a meeting of the Committee held j
on last Saturday, L. W. Smoak in
the chair, Rev. W. F.Chaplin was
appointed a missionary to preach
within the bounds of the Association
from tho middle of July to the mid
<lle of September.
The boom in the ('.re department of
Urnngeburg is a considerable one.
Last week ivr mentioned the purchase
of the steamer and the increase in the
mchibcrship of the Young Americas.
This week a reilex inlluence seems to
have hi M' at work. At the meeting
of the Elliott Hook and Ladder
Com] any on Tuesday evening ovt ra
do/en of the best young men of our
town .sent in applications for m nub r
ship. We are glad to see that the
lire department is improving.
The welcome meeting of the Young
Men's Christian Association Conven
tion \\ i 1 be at the Presbyterian
Church m xt Thursday ovi ning at 8
o'clock. The business sessions and
night exercises will be at the Mctho
dist Church, Friday and Saturday.
On Sunday evening, the farewell
meeting will be held at the same
Church. All the exercises and
sessi ins of the Convention are. free to
the public, and we trust will be at
tended by our citizens.
; csterday morning an out bouse a
about 50 yards from the residence of
Il\r v.- i> .. .. - t . c. ...i. :? ... ll
i > i. n . ?i<ui ion, caugiii nie um c at j
the inmates* were absent 'except a
colored girl about. 10 year.- of ago
and a lew little children. The house
was totally destroyed und ihe liiilo
girl burnt to death in it. Dr. Burton's
residence narrowly escaped from
burning, no one but his wife and
little children being at home. The
woods then caught and the neighbors
are now busily engaged fighting it in
order to arrest further damage which
The recent letter of Congressman
Aiken. taking position against exist
ing parties, and urging the farmers
to form a party of reform, is fresh in
the minds of the people.
Again, a few days ago, he voted on
the mutter of political assessments on
tin opposite side from the rest of his
Democratic col leagues.*
For this action he was criticized
right sharply by the N? 't"s antf Courier.
In answer to this Mr. Aiken explain
ed his position in a letter so satisfac
torily that his honesty is recognized
by this great journal in!a manner
which reflects credit upon its editor.
Mr. Aiken says that he is in Con
gress to represent his constituents and
look to their interests but he does
not feel that he is called upon to stir
render his private judgment on all
questions that come up lor his action.
Soap of all kinds at Kortjohn's.
Ladies and gents travelling hand
mirrors, the clearest and best ever
made. For sale by Dr. .1. <i. Wanna
I> IS Smoak A. Co, who now occupy
Ihc first rank among the merchants oi
Oraugeburg, have added fertilizers to
their general meridian.Ii ze. They
ate cou.-t a ill ly recei ving froh lots of
ammoiiiatcd bone fcitili/.crs for our
fanners and deal only.in such ma
nures as improve th ? land. They
have also a fresh supply of spring
goods. Call and examine.
Lorenz.'a glycerine Pearl for im
purling beauty and freshness to the
complexion and clearness and soft
ness to the skin. Try it Indies and
you will use pn other. Kor sale by
Dr. J. (i. Wann.'initrkcr.
The Georgia?Baby Ihm Is will b uy
neuralgine. Neuralgine will cure
neuralgia and headache Neuralgia
ami headache lead In disease?disease
to death, Moral : Gu lo your drug
gist and got a bottle of neuralgine
and be relieved; Hunt, Raiikiti ?v.
Lamar, wholesale agents, Atlanta.
For sale by Drs. A C Dukes and ,1 (i
Wann imakcr. mar ? 1 in
Do you care for your shoes ? If
so, go to Dr. iL (?. \\ itnnaninker's and
procure a b dtlc of Wold's Acme
A hirgi! assortment of fine cutlery
just in and for sale, low down at Dr.
J. G. Wannamakcr's.
A few more of* those elcrjuitnieklo
plnlcd tilarm clocks tit Kortjohn's.
The celebrated Medicated Toilet]
Powders always on hand, price 15
cents jut box. For sale by Dr. j.
Respectfully returns his thanks to
his many customers lor their pasl
patronage, and hopes to merit the
same in the future by keeping con
stantly on hand fresh meats ..f every |
kind at his old stau I, iu rear of 'h i
Postollice, during tho present year.
No medicine hasevt-r been discov
ered to prevent death. The b-jst thai
? :tn bo done is t<? as -ist ntilu.ru in
keeping the fun. lion - of lim both in
iilualthv condition during life, Nie
German t-hamotuile Tonic is just the
thing for till disorders of tho Liver, j
For sah- o 11v by Dr. J. 'J Wan in - j
Loreu'/.'s Lilly of the bikes, 'Persian
Lilac &?., the liiost pcrfumerus
male, they huvt gained iheir popu
larity from their exquisite sweetness
ami permanency of ordor, they only
need to be u-rd to lie admired. For
sale by Dr. .J. Wanuutnakor.
A perfect Ilair dressing Cocno-i no
for preserving and softening the hair
and promoting its growth. Highly
perfumed. Tho above is lite hesl
article of this kind ever ofl'ereil in
market. For sale by Dr. J.
Do you want hca'th? Why will
ye die? Death, or '?'hat is worse, is
tbeiuevit able result of continued sus
pciisioticof the menstrual Ii > v. It is
a condition which should n?>t be
trilled with. Immediate relief is the
only safeguard again>l coiiBlLutiouul
ruin, in all eases <d suppression,
suspension or other irr??gulai ity nf the
''courses," Brad fiel its female regula
tor is the olily sure remedy. Iis acts
by giving tone to the nervous centres,
improving the blond and determining
directly to llic organs of menstrua
tion It i.- u legitimate pr< riplion,
and the most, intelligent physicians
use it. Prepare i by D.d. i h a 1
held, Atlanta, Ga, 8.150 per bottle
Sold by Drs. A C Duke* and J (.
Notasui.?a, A i.a., duly 7. ix77.
Dradiichl's Female Keguhitoi hi
been thoroughly tested by me i;i :t
great variety of oases, and I am fully
convinced that it is unrivaled for :.ii
that class of diseases which it claims
to cure. .1 (J Uu.SS, M D.
mar ? 1 m
h.m.sct!. wgwwMBagiaM??raw i ?? ib?i
Corivetctl overy week by Messrs. Ilt'l.t
Finn AY, March -?*>. IS80.
O ITTl >N
Low Middling*.??"" i-i
Or.linary. 11... I 1 .!
New t orn .
Fodder, per 100 lbs. 1 00
Kotigh Uice.J I >
The undersigned respectfully informs the
public that she is prepared to'do ail kind*
of Ladies anil (lentlciucns Sewing. I'ntroii
age solicit".I, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Dresses made in the latest Style.-.
Miss y. K.STKKLK.
Over Si. r. <>f 1*. (5. t'annon, an.I next door
t.i L?r. Dukes' l)riiu Sim-.-.
Orangeburg, s. ('.. Match ISS?.
mar 2(1 If
NT ot it'e < > I' I ) i r~ 111 is i <>: i.
The undersigned -viU file his linalac
count, us frustve, inn-er i he will ot' Mm ra
Itohiusoit .?r., with the Hon. Probate Judge
nf toangehurg t'ounty, on Hie -Stlt day nf
April next, and ask for Letters of J.)is
March 2<?th is-m.
IU.ll *J > 11
" PRIVATES SAL^r
A neat Dwelling with I Itoouis, l ire
Places, and Kitchen attached, wilh a Lo1
2 afro; in a healthy location. Terms made
easy. Appv lo
T. ('. 11iTitHKt.r., Auctioneer.
X( )TI< 'K.
Initial Dividend to Depositers ol t'ifizens
I : :\ itr s I'.auk A final Dividend of
throe ami four-tenths percent having been
declared from the Assets of the (.'iliy.cn*
Savings />auk, bankrupt depositors a I the
('rang, burg llraueh <u said Hank arc hero
by notified that this Dividriid will he paid
to them at the Office of Kirk Uohinson he
I ween February the '-7th instant and the
In t .1 iy of May next.
LOUIS LnCONTK, Trustee,
fob 27 -It
A II. LMW I Nr,
Harber ami Hair Dresser,
Nearly opposite Bull A: Scoviilc,
Gun ran tees Satisinction in his line of
business. Patronage respectfully
EST AT K SAI?Ko
l'v T. <'. IliibbeU, Ane< ionecr.
I5y virtue of an order from IhcJ'robate
Court, I will well in front of Orangeburg
Court House, on Monday, April 5, 1881). at
MA o'clock A. -b . the remaining personal
property and choses the letale of the
late Ksi'dro.) Olivcros. decease*!, inehulitjg
:? shares of Stockei' the Orangcbtirg Agri
cultural and Mecli. Association.
K. KOSA V. HUIJlIKLTi,
mar 19 :!t
Estatc S;ile. .
1 will . 'I al public aale to Ihc highest
bidders foi ea.-li, " u the Uth day of April
next, at eleven o'clock A. M., ul Hie reat
d< tu >? ?f Mr: I T.. < liNolm. all the per
sonal pro|?eriy "l ibe Ksthtc of Murray
llohinsoii Sr\ < nrtsistiiig of:
Cntile, 1 Hor^e. 1 M ile I Colt, Hogs,
Sheep, Cotton Cm, <.: i?-i Mill, Farming
I lupietiii tits, Cotton Seed, Timber Cart,
> I-. Iron Safe, old Mai binery, /milliard
fable, iVre. I'lirclMSura lo remove goods on
d iv idsale.
m o I I) : l
Hv virtue of Sundry Executions to nie
directed. I will -ill at Oraiigebtirg Court
House, S. <'.. on the ?ili ?1 iv of April 18*0,
Hie same being the lir-l Monday iu said
month, for cash,to the higliesi bidder, all
the right, title ?iid interest ofthe defend
lints in ibe following properly, to wil :
All thai tract of land in i fie Kork of the
Edistos, in Ornngcliurg County, containing
oi..- bun-lied and forty (1 I'M acres, more or
less, and bounded North by lands ol David
(iriilith. East by lands of" Joseph C'rillith,
South by lands of Henry Garick, and West
hv |auds of.lohn Konnerly. Levied oh as
the properly oi .1 \V Kcnnerly, at tho suit
J II. LIVINGSTON,
% Sin : Ill's Office,Orangcburg Countv, S. C.
Jfarch |?ih I8S0.
mar I'J 31
Is" otic e.
Notice i?. hereby given that the under
signed, wilh Hiieh persons as may he asso
ciated with them. Will after the expiration
of thirty days from the date thereof, under
tin- provision of the Act of <teiteral As
sembly of (he Slide of South Carolina, ap
prove.I February 2Uih 1874, and the amend
ment thereof, entitled "An Art to provide
for ccrti in Chartcri?," apply toCleorga B<di
ver i s<|. Clerk ofCotirt of Com mon Pieas
for?Orangebnrg County, to grant them a
Charter lor a "Corporation," to be located
in the Town of Orangeburg, S. C, and to
be known as the "I-armor's Mutual Aid
W.u. S /;,irto:i, J I! Felder.
\V F Hobinson, K II Uraiiilitig>
Kirk Kebinsmi, .Jas. Sinke?,
W K Harton, A K Felder,
I?: \V hianilev, Jas. M Moss,
-I .1 Fidivy, " I' K Carton,
Tum'. F branding, \V W Culler,
X K (iraiiiling, W F Hiullcy,
duo .1 Sal lev .ir., .lohn c llolmnn,
o f MulU r, II Kiggs,
W A Mackay.
ma- 1 *' lin
9 l-iy. jjj.1P! ^.^iL^!
BUT THEY 60 ON FOREVER.
Vlt't'diis hi .ill great contests ami for r>:i
r?;ir> p?st fhi" arknnwlc.i nnl Stu mlurtl of tlie
\Vnriit. Musical lVrlection,\Vonderful Durabili
ty anil Unatonable Cost. True economy indicates
purchase ?>! a ncmliir Checkering and no other.
Chlckcrlnc. St s..ns 1 ?r^'-ly advanced their prim
Feb. i. Our old Mntro'ts expire April i.iiixj
wil! flu ill sriera tKeirii t;fo:? tail ii'.j at oil rxtsi.
(hr prUci t:v art pssittrtly ii: lowest Is AsirUa.
Order now and mve I mm &?5 to S">o on th.r pur
chase. Present ulrs KUarantct-il only to April I.
LUHDEN A BATES, Savannah, Ln.
\A holcsale Aycub for <;.i.,l-'la ,S. C,N. C ,?i Ala,
mar 0 -it
W. F. Robinson.
) MUSSEL ST..
Orange burg;, ft, C
A TI31K 10!1 ALL THINGS!
I A N1) 11 KT I PS ft E151)S have been on the
i j the Market since ITS Land still keep
the lead. I have the LA KOKST quantity
and colleedon ever brought to Orangcbur]
which I warrant hi he I're.di.
Purchase vo n- SKKDS in time, and as I
1 '< 'tis, I Jen us ."i in 1 ( \ >i? 11
by MKASl'HEit's lo your advantage, and
vou can gel n look at llie Seed before buy
ing. ALMANACS, wilh valuable informa
tion, free to customers.
1 now Kcllingofr my FALL STOCK of
J ID W ELRY
At I.t?\V UaTKS. Al-,. will order Kings,
Jewelry, Silver ard I Ma ted Ware below
He-tail l'rices, und ntteiiil lo hepairing of
all kind- iu my line.
\V. [P. Ilol^inson
A CEE AN G5 35
'J he iiudcrsignid would respectful
ly inform llie cili/.ens of this and
adjoining Cuiintie.s , that he has given
up mcrcliandi/.iug in order to give
his \vl e.'e- allention to
TJ US M A mCTCT
Will nrrivo the coming week a
large lot of lino Harne ss nnd Saddle
II?USJCS w Ii ich will he ollcred at
very reasonable prices.
Having many years experience in
the above business 1 feel confident of
giving full ?atisfaciion to every one
who favors me with their patronage,
W. M. SAUN,
At the Old Stand,
Mrs. J. Oak man, having occupied 'tho
commodious residence of Capt. F. IT. W
llriggniann on Amelia street, will accom
modate a few Boarder*. Kates reasonable
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Tbe Copartnership heretofore existing
under the linn name of I), h*. Joyner & \V.
B. Mack, at St. Matthews, Orangcbiirg
t'ounty S. C, is this day dissolved by inu
I ch. -'(>, 1880.
I) F JO YS EU,
W U MACK.
All pat lie* indebted to-tho above firm by
note or otliorwi-c, arc requested to borne
toward and make payment to the under
signed, who will Bettle up alt accounts of
the above lino.
I) F JOYXKK.
Thanking our many friends for their
past patronage, I beg leave to state that I
will continue the business heretofore carried
i n by Joyner & Muck, at their old stand,
an I hope to receive y.mr patronage in the
' D F JOYNEH
fib 20 lm
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I
Nf.vkr 0!:ti Hard.
Can db Mauk asy Stkrnotii liKmnsD. Last
Twick as Lose.
ri:s?:o3 Curoi Ttilwut Druejing tie Sjitca.
Chills ami Fever,
Sick k Nervous
Thcra P<i?I* Cure rM Diseases by Alwerptlon. No
Noxious I'llUi, < His,or I'ot.sonmu Misltcliui>nrv?tVen
Itit'i the Stomach. Tli?? JV..!< n;?s w?rn nrcr V t Pit
<?f the SuiitiRch, covering Uiq Great Nervi! t'efitrui,
bI-o ttic I.ii. r anil *-f.iiiri?->?. A gentle YccetafcU
Tonic i< alM?rhcsl Ititottiocirculnltouorthu ntoudtuul
I.iv.-r. j>tirif> itr; the 1U.-pttmnlntlnK llic 1,ivrrai.il
Ki'tnvys t.i healthy ncti. i?si?l ?trenjrtlifntnx t'i?
Stomach to digest food. I'ltiri: or Vxtm tl ami (i
Kien. Soi.u uv ali. Da reu Urs, or scat by .Vail
Maiiuf.nturnl at 3u 41 Nur.tii I.iscbtt St,
Daltimork. m Ii.
Just as usual at
m porji u m!
A largo and well selected lot of
A rj\. T^lil iST T1 J. "N" KS
comprising tho "latest" in Sentimen
tal and Comic Styles.
Now is the time to ^et Bargains in
Closing out the sma'hlots left, you
will never get them as cheap as now.
WOOLEN GOODS are continually
on tho rise. Lay in your su polios
now if youAvaut to|SAVE monny.
DAILY arrivals of GOODS com
prising all llic Novelties of the JSea
DRESS SHIRTS, Collars and
(.'nils have advanced 25 per cent, but
having a good Stock on hand will sol I
at old prices as long as I ho Stock. lasts.
Don't neglect the opportunity.
Slill holds its position of Supremacy.
In fact if its sales continue to in
crease as they have done during tho
past few months, it is very evident
that they will soon bo equal to tho
sales ol all the other Machines put
Valuable Improvements have been
made on it from time lo time. Tho
latest improvement on tho Domestic
is the NEW TREADLE which runs
on scale pivots, and tho Pitman con
nects with a balance wheel and a hall
joint tints securing Lightness in run
ning and absolute stillness.
NEEDLES lor all tho various
Machines, Attachments, Shuttles,
Oils, &c. always on baud and for sale
at Lowest Prices.
Fashionable Dry G ?o Is Emporium
MME DEMORESrS PATTERNS
40 Head Horses
just Ai.i:ivi:n at
E. F. Slater's Stables
The above Stock is us FINE nt
ever brought into this Stale, and will
he sohl at very reasonable prices.
The public is respectfully invited
to call and examine the same.
E. F. SLATER.