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FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1?80. ? '
llit^hltuc Con vent lou uud its
The Executive Committee of the
Democratic party, contrary to (lie
general Usage, tailed the Convention
in Julie, to per "or in the double duty
of nominating Presidential Kleetors
and Slate ticket.
Gen. Kennedy bus since explained
very plausibly, that the object of the
Committee in including noth duties
was to etupower the Convention t o
take either course it preferred whrn
it met, which it could not otherwise
have done if the call bad not been
Ii i.- said, with bow much (ruth we
are uuable to say, that Go v. Hampton
who iS woiking against Gen. Gary,
instigated ihe framing of the cull in
thii way, a? he favors the inimediale
nomination <>l State orlicers.
The piess of the Stale is very much
divided uu the subject.
AV e confers that we do no like ihe
idea of nominating the ?State ticket
before the National ticket. The hit
ter gives shape to th; former and
bbouhl therefore piece e it. Tbe
S:atc platform ouf_ht 1? be in perfect
harmony with the National platform
and should therefore be made niter it.
Again, we think long campaigns
are dangerous und tiresome. They
give room for complaints, for bolting
and for independent ism. A sharp,
quick and decisive campaign is be.-t.
We Hny this in the inieiest of no
candidate as we have no choice, but
solely for what we ihiuk the good of
the party. June is too curly to open
the campaign. The last was not
opened uuiil the lust of August two
In cur view the best think the
June Convention can do is to attend
to the other matters in the call and
let the State nominations uloue until
ai'U r the National Convention.
In regard to ihe two ibirds rule we
have given our opinion already. It
is best to let it stand for the present,
and so instruct our delegates to the
Fraud can never prosper. A
government erected upon it is sure to
full. It is deplorable lo witness the
extent to which it is earned on, even
in this land, which is dedicated to
freedom, and in honor of which potts
love to tune lheir lyres ami patriots lo
speak ils praise. It i.s a child of Kadi
culism, but it does not con line itsell
within the bounds of party. Frauds
in the military votes counted out
JdcClcllan in 1804. I he fraudulent
capture of the Soullurn Suites de
lea led Seymour in 1808; and ihe
grandest and most s'upendoi s fraud
of all seated Hayes in ihe White
Hou.se in 1870.
Thus sapping the centra! and lofti
est pillars in the fabric of our g vei n
mcnt, can we wonder at its progress !
li is a shame and a disgrace upon
the American name and upon free
government for which the people mv
responsible. It has grown because ii
receives its sanction from hign place-.
But it can never live, l iiere is a
BCUSe of justice which may he Intent
now, but will one day be moused.
The press must raise its voice
against it in louder and more positive
tones. There must he no compromise
with guilt, and no acquiescence in
what itt wrong, because il has the
sanction of (ho great.
Jamison, S. C , March 29th 1880.
KM tor Grunt/conn/ Times:
llclicviiig you will sane i m my
attempt, to arrest an evil which now
pievails, 1 respectfully ask, for a
small space in your worthy paper, to
levcal lo the public, or to those,
whom it may interest, n mouopoliz
ing evil, in the form o! a fish-trap,
1 have been reliably iiiiormcd, thai
a fish nap has be. u i reeled in ihe
waters ol'Caw-Caw Swamp, min i! e
mouth, or eutrance of that stream, |
I into the North Edisto River. The
I Batuo has been built, by a well kuown
l citizen of the County.
Now, Mr. Editor, we who live
near the waters of Old Caw-Caw
Swamp, and those ol us, who ire,
both fond of catching, as we" eat
ing fish, sincerely hope, that I his,
may he the means of bringing this
matter, to the notice i f the old Com
missioners, who are specially appoint
ed for the Caw-Caw Swamp. This is
a navigable stream, and no one has !
the right, to obstruct tho passage of
We have recently organized a
debating Society at this place.
The oat crop is looking well.
Fanners in this neighborhood, are
! about through planting corn.
I Cotton lands are rapptdly being
prepared- A good crop is anticipated.
Arrival of ('rangclwrg's Steamer? A rair
Test and Cuuiplctc Success.
The arrival of "Uncle doc," the
new steamer for the Young Americas
on Wednesday, was (piite an epoch in
the history ol Orangehurg, At an
early hour iu the morning a detach
ment of the company proceeded to
ti c depot and lm tight up the little
beauty which was left iu front of the
Engine lioiise for the inspection o:
the public until ?? o'clock iu the al
lernoon, the hour appointed for a
trial. The news spread through the
town, and the citizens generally as
sembled to witness the trial.
The engine presents a beautiful tip
pearaucc with its silvery blightness.
It is of the rotary pump make, from
Hlb\'fc manufactory, SeLiieca Falls,
Is' Y. On one side is the inscription,
'"Uncle Joe, 1880; ' and on the other
' Young Anurica 185-1."
Tin re is an appearance of the com
bination of strength aud lightness
which at once pleases t'neeye. i ho etc
pciiments of the afternoon were under
the diicitioti uf Mr. Deuue, the En
gineer, who came in advinco of the
engine lrom New York.
The first test was made with 150
feel of hose and a 1 inch nozzle, ami
in 15 minutes from the time that
smoke was firct seen proceeding from
the smokestack, a magnificent stream
of water was playing uj on the hall of
lhe Baptist <- liurch steeple uud send
ing its spray iu the sunlight, some 20
feet over it. This was done under a
pressure of 87 lbs of steam at the
highest point. Water was thrown
from the p>pe in 7 minutes troni the
first appearance of smoke.
The second tost was made with 800
feet of hose, through a 1 inch nozzle,
and the water was thrown 18 4 feet
lrom the pipe.
The engine being at tho fire we'l
by the engine bouse, and the water
being thrown beyond Slater's Hotel,
and adding to this that the old hose
of the company was not used, gives
the comforting assurance that all
property .vithin 1000 or 120 ) feet of
the engine house can b,j reache I at
any time without moving the engine.
The third lest was made with 50U
feel of hose through a ] inch nozzle,
ind I wo solid streams were sent re
spectively 14S and 1(50 feet, with a
pressure uf lbs steam.
The fourth lest was made ?? ilh 450
feet of hose, through a i inch u izzlu,
aud lour magnificent si reams were
thrown, avtiagihg 1 .'15 b et each. No
fire could have withstood this body ol
water. A pressure of 83 bs of steam
was used to accomplish ibis feat.
The filth lest was made ihlougll
100 Icet ol Imsc with 111 lbs st ain
and 1 It t ? zz'e, and the water was
thrown "J0> feet. With all nozzle.
1 'J 1 left w as reached.
This elided the trials for the after
noon, which established beyond all
quibble, the success of the engine
ai.d i s ahi ily, under proper man age
incut, to do inesliuiaable service in
case of lire. Oilier trials, we under
.stand, will bo made iu tho course of
\\ e congratulate the Young Ameri
cas, but more especially the. citizens,
ol our town on this stride iu the
march ol progress. The benefit to
i he property holders must now be seen
in reduced insurance, a fact and duty
which cannot he igt!t#red by insurance
A gala lime is expected next week
at the regular parade of the Young
Americas, alter which, we hear it
rumored, thai a co'hlli Ml aud jolofi
cation is in anticipation.
May "Uncle Joe'* bo as true and
faithful to On ugebuig the I'u.erau
Iii email ill homo- ol w hom the name
has been so juuly given.
I DEMOCRATIC PARTY, ORANGE
Oiianokuiuo, S. C, March '29th 1880.
By and with the advice, of the County
Executive Committee, I, Malcolm I. Brown
ing. County Chairman, do hereby call a
Convention of the Democratic Party of
Orangeburg County, to meet at Orangeburg
Court Iiouso, on the cccond Saturday in
May proximo, being tbe eighth day of the
mouth, at 10J o'clock A. M., for the pur
poso of transacting the following business
then and there to be brought before the
?aid Cnn veni ion :
Firtt. To elect nix delegates to represent
tbe County of Orangebnrg in tbe State
Convention, to be bohlen at Columbia, on
the first day of June next.
Second. To express the dense of the Demo
cratic Party of tins County, upon the ques-'
tion of "tho repeal of the two-thirds i ule,
now offorce in National Conventions." J
Third. To express tbe 6ci.so of tho Party
I in this County upon tbe question, "whether
the nomination of the Statu ticket should
bo made at the June Convention or at a
fourth. To elect a County Executive
Committee to serve for the next two years
Fifth. To e'ect a County Chairman to
sei vc f >r tlie panic pel iod.
Sixth. And to c i and to transact such
other but-inOH an may properly be brought
before paid Couvc'itiou.
Tbe basis of representation in Paid Con
Trillion, will be one delegate for every Club,
and an additional delegate lor every twenty
live enrolled members Fractions of twenty
five will not be entitled to representation.
1'residents oft lulu arc hereby dhcctcdto
call their Club3 to meet en or before ibe
first Saturday in May, the first day of the
month tor the purpose uf electing delegate*
to die afop Faid County Convention, and of
re-organiz'ng their Clubs, it is urged upon
the Clubs to elect as delegates only those
who can and will attend the Convention, At
tlupe meetings of die Clubs, they will pro"
cctd to elect tbeir officers to serve for the
next Campaign, and also each Cub will
nominate a member of the County Execu
tive Committee lo be elected by tho County
The retiring County Chairman lias rc
qeested our beal papers lo publish the
"Knien of the Democratic Tarty" so that
the Convention, the Clubs and the people
may be fully and intelligently informed as
to the method of organisation. The plan
being thus furnished forlb, tbe interest and
attention of all are invoked lo its detail*.
The Clubs will organize and elect tbeir
ofiieera as in the said Utile? is provided
Secretaries of Clubs will fuilish to one of
their delegates, tbe list of officers, delegates,
and member of County Executive Com
mittee chosen at thcsc'mcetings,~n"flPresaid.
Let this publication of the 'Tarty Kulcs"
and the call for organization under them
be the br.g'e-blast, whose clear and cheery
notes wdll command attention ! Full at
tendance and deep interest should charac
terize these primary meetings of the Clubs*
for these are the primal steps, w hich, well
taken, go very far toward* promoting satis
faction in the woik ahead of us, md to
wards assuring harmony ihougbout the
Campaign, and a successful issue out of all
MALCOLM I. BROWNING,
J. L. Heiotman, I
Secretary to Executive Committee.
OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURE*?,
OiiANOEnurtG, C. II., S. C, March 31st ISSS.
Notice is hereby given that I, by myself,
or Deputy, will be at the following named
places on ihe days specified, f.*r the purpose
of collecting tbe TAXES of tbe fiscal year
commencing NOVEJ/ItEK 1st LS7i?.
Office hours from 0 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Branch vi lie? Saturday May 1st I860.
Lewisville?Monday May 3rd.
Port Motte?Tuesday May Ith.
Connor's Store?-Wednesday M.n ftih*
Avers' Shop?Thursday .May titli.
HowesviUe ? Friday May 7th.
Cedar Grove?Saturday May 8th.
J. II Felder'*?.1/onday May IOth.
S. 1". M ells'?Tuesday May 1 lib.
Avinger's?Wednesday .h'ay 12th.
\V. .1. Snider's?Thursday May Pith.
Dr. Tom K. Keller's?Friday j/ay Lltli.
Pine Grove Academy ? Saturday My IV
Wni F. Phillips'?Monday Jiay 17ib.
K S Glealon's?Tuesday M.\y 18ih.
Coonsboro'?Wednesday .'/ay iOlli?
Wilkes Sawyer's, Thursday .1/ay 20th.
Col. Daniel Living-ton's, Friday il/av 21
Gregory's Old Store, Saturday May 22.
Faster!in's Mills, Monday May 21th
Joseph DSmoke's Mills. Tuesday May25?
Zeigler'sStore, Wednesday May 26lh.
Knolts' Mills, Thursday May 27th.
RUBE KT COPES,.
Treasurer, O. C
\ OTIC 14.
Orakocdviio. S. C, March 30th ISSO
lite following resolution has be en adopt
ed by the Board of County I ommissiontr?.
of said Couiiiy, and published as informa
tion to aM concerned:
"Readied, That tho highway District,
known ?* Reeky Grove Township, 1-e, and
die paine is hereby abolished, by throwing
the remaining portion of Old 11 Ope well
township in Orangeburg County into
Hebron lownshi?. unJ the remaining por*
lion ol Kocky Urovo Township into Good'
laud To\? mill i p."
I certify ibat lh? above is a true and
correct copy of *uid resolution as taken
from tbe oiliiuteabf said Board
L. 11. WAN> \MAKER,
C. B. 0. C O. C
apr'13 - 2t
DRY GOODS BAZAAR!
New Dress Goods,
New White Goods, -*
New Straw Goods,
New Children* Suito,
New Ladies Suits,
NOW OPENING the L^I^GrlrCST and most SELECT
SrITO<C]I?. cvor exhibited. An curly inspection invited,
r-.-:-.<- - ) tHHra|B r?.
KEROSENE STOVES! KEROSENE STOVES!!
Tlie Undersigned would call tile attention cf the Ladies of Orangcburg and Vicinity
to his K IZ li( >S K N K Srr( ) V KS
Every housekeeper feels the want of something that will Cook the dail}' food, which
will do a way with the txciwire heat for the Summer Month*, of a Cook Stove. You
wish to I'.coiiomIh<? ! It coaUyou Icon l>y one half as much to Cook your food with
a Kerosene Stove as it doc* by a wood nrc, and again, where Ladies are compelled to do
ao much of the cooking them*; I v*? to get anything lit to cat. n I no to ?.void the great
tronl)le we hare with ??civants, Kerosene Stoves are just the thing, especially for ?mall
Familie?. Thoy will Cock, Hoi I, Fry, and do anything tlial a Cook Stove will do. Any
Lady can rook on them all day without toiling her Cuffs. One trial will convince the
TO THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL.
Always on hand, Cook Store* from the Best Manufacturers onlj*. Wood and Willow
Ware, Lump* and Crockery, and by far the largest and best .?lock of 'I'tri Ware and
House Furnishing (Joods in Orangcburn County. All of which will be sold low for
cash. Call and s?h for yourselves.
>?. R.?Ronfin?r. Guttering and Repairing done as usual. The only tight Tin Roofs
in Orangcburg are those I put on. W. W.
mar 2? 1880 lj
'J o Rsiae r-upplies for tlie Town of
Orangehurg, ?o. Ca., for the Fiscal
Year ending 1st April A. D. 1881
and a Hill to Regulate Licenses.
Section 1. j?? it Ordained by tbe Tonn
Council of Orangeburg, and it ie hereby
Ordained by tho authority of the same:
That tho following Taxes be and are beroby
assessed ami lovied for the fiscal year be
giuuing April 1st A. I). 1880, at aud aftor
the following rntea, that is lo aay:
1st. Al thu rate ef o mills upon the
asaosaed Talue of all real estate lying and
being within 'be Corporate limita of tho
town of Orangeburg. S. C, including every
Luilding or other improveiut-nla on laud
under Lease from Bodies Curporate or in
dividuals for any term of years.
See. II. lie it further 0 -i-xined, That tbe
value of all Improvements on Iteal Estate
since last Appraisement shall be assessed
for taxation by tbe Clerk of Council.
Skc. 111. lie it further Ordained, That
every Person, Firm, Company or Lerpors.
tion engaged in any Trade, business or
1'iofession hereinafter mentioned shall
obtuin on or before the 1st day of May A.
L>. 1879| a License therefor in mauuer
1st. '1 hose commencing business after
the 1st April A 1? 1880, ahull obtain a Li
cense before entering upon tnat business.
2d Every Person, Firm, Company or
Corporation required by this Ordinance lo
obtain a License to engage in nny Tra<le
business or Profession for which a License
is required shall register with the Town
Clerk or his Assistant, his or her name or
style, and in case of a firm or company
tin ir names or styles of such firms or com
panies, and their places of business.
3d. Tbeir trade, business or profession
for which a Liceusc i* required.
?lib. The place where such trade, busi
ness or piofissioti is to be carried on; all
of which, und answer.- to questions relative
to which, shal be given under oath.
Sue. IV. If any person or persons shall
exercise or carry on any Trade. lliisinvss
or Piofi asioti for the exercise carrying on
or doing of which a license is rc
quired by this ordinance without taking
oui such license as in that behalf required
he, she or they shull besides being liable
lor tbe payment of the license, lie subject
ij a tine not exceeding SlHI or less
than $C? Diul to be imprisoned tor a term
uotmoic than thirty days, lor each and
every \ iobition of ibis ordinance.
N:i . V. Ill every license to be taken out
under or by the authority of litis ordinance
shall beeJiilained and set forth the purpose
Trade, Itusttioaa or 1'iofcssion, for which
auch Li comic is granted mid the name or
plnao of business of the person or person*
taking out the same
She. VI. flie Town Clerk shall prepare
a proper form of License to be issued in
each case which License slisll be kepi by
the per.-on receiving the suing in a couspi
eioiis pines us the Town Clerk may direct
Sec. VII. A License grnnted after the
1st day of April A. I). 18BU shall continue in
force until the 1st day of April A- L). 1881
und hIt licenses granted aller the 1st day
ofAjril 18HO shall be issued upon the
puymunt of a rateable proportion of the
whole amount of money imposed for auch
l.icenae providod however ibat no License
bo granted for less than three months
though the time at the end of the year be
less Mian that
Sr.n. VIII. Each License granted shall
be dated on the lat day of the month in
which the liability therefor accrues aud t he
amount to be paid therefor shall be com
puted thcrelrom uiril Ihe end of the year;
und every person exercising er earryiug
on any trade, business or profession, shall
keep said License in their possession, and
unless they shall do so abali We doeiaed
and taken to have aio License, and it shall
be tho duty of the Town Marshal and
Detective Force to report any violation
Sic IX. Upon tho removal of any par
son or p?riena frees the hwta or prrnrt*
at which tbo trade, business or profession
mentioned in auch was authorised it may
and shall be Uwfu! for the Town Clerk tc
authorize by endorsement of each License,
the person removing as afuretaid to any
other pluco in the curporalieu to carry an
the trade, business or profession specified
in such License at the place to which auch
person may have removed.
Sec. X. For a License to carry on anj
trade, business or profess.ot hereinafter
mentioned shall ba paid to the Town Clerk
or Treasurer, via ?
Apothecaries, $25; Ambrotypista for on*
year or less, $5; Architects, $3; Agents of
Sewing Machines each 10; Auctioneers and.
Commission Merchants, resident $10; no
licenses to be granted far less than six
mouths; Auctioneers, transient, per day. $5
Barbers eaeh $3 Banks $00; Buggies that
haul for hire $3; bakeries and Confectioners
$10; Blacksmiths, $-3; Loot and Shoe Mak
ers, $3; Billiard Tablet each $20; Board
ing houses 5.
Contractors. $10; Carriage Makers $12.50:
Circuit s per day ?50; Curriuges, that haul
for hire, $5, Cabinet Makers $5.
Dogs each rl; Drays $3; Dentists, eaoh,
$10: Dealers in Good.*, Ware? and Merchan
dize other than distilled Spirits whose an
nual sties are not over $0000, $10; and for
euch additional $ 1000 or fraction thereof, 75
Gunsmiths, $3; Game Tables of any kind
what soever other ihm billiard, $5.
Hacks, that haul for hire $5; biickrtcr*
for this Fi.-cal year or part thereof. $'_';
Hotels, $12.60; Harness Makers and Re
pairers, $5; Uones and Mules head (soldj
Insurance Companies, life or fire, on
eaeh Company represented, $5.
Jewelers, Watch uuu Clock Repairers
$5; Junk Shops, $t>.
Liquor Dealers, by the quart. $5); Li
quer Dcaleis. by the glass or otherwise,
5>10u, grcvided tliat no license be granted
for (es? than nix mouths.
Livery Stablea, $5; Lawyers, $5 each,
whether in firm or not.
I'll vsiciniia each $5; I'cddlers per mor'h
$10; i'amicrs eaeli $3.
Newspaper*, eaeh, $5.
Bepairera of Furnitur? 3-'-; Restaurants
Sale Stable* each $30; Shows, side and
concerts, per night $5; Salesmen, Itinerant
per day, $5.
Wagons that haul for biro $3; Wheel
wrights, $ i0.
.Master Machanica $5; Machines, Rice
Mills $10; Plaining Mills $5; (jrist Mill*
$5; Saw Mills $5; MdleoersS?.
Sei:. XI. Beit further Ordained, That all
male inhabit ants of the Town of Orange
burg between the ages of IK and 50 (ao
tivc firemen excepted) shall b* liable to
road duty, and shall also be subject loa
compound tax of $2 eaoh which said tax
shall be appropriated to the uses and ioa
provemonti of the corporation.
8KC. Xll. lie it further Ordained, That
Hucksters License ?Hall not be liable to
any deduction on account of the time in
which Mich Licenae ah.tll be issued.
SEC. XIII. lit it further Ordmintd, That
the owner or owners of doge within the
Town of Orangeburg S. C. ahall pay a tax
of $1 upon each and every dog owned by
him, her or there, and that the owner or
ownera t hereof ahall bo provided witk a
collar to be iurniabed at the expense of the
Town, and on and after the first day of
June next ensuing, any dog owned by any
peiaon living in said Town, found upon the i
streets without such collar ahall bo taken
up by the Marshal and the owner notified
thereof, and if such owner or owners sha'l
fail to pay the license upon such dog or
?JogB withm five days after being so notifi
ed, said dog or dogs ahall be killed.
Six-. XIV. lie it further Ordained, That
all ordinances or parts of ordinances levy
ing a tax or prescribing the mode or time
of returning or paying the saris or any
other regulation in relation thereto art)
hereby continued in full fores and effeet sa
or tf tfe* srtatH hi ?ovftisi with tkt
provision of this ordinance.
SEC. XV. He it further Ordained, That
all Town Taxes on real estate re
q uirrd under (his ordinance shall be paya
ble within (.'50) Ihirty days from the (20)
twentieth dny of April A. D. 1880. All
taxes unpaid alter the expiration of the
thirty (30) dayn shall be subject to an ad
ditional lax oftwenty per centum on real
r?tate nndtwenty por centum on Lieenses.
?EC. XVI. lit it further Ordained, That
all approved claitna against the Town
be leceivetl in payment of taxes and licen
ses and other (lues against tho tewb.
Six. XVII. lit it further Ordained That
the fiscal year shall begin on the first dar
of April. A. D. 1808
SRC XVU1. Be i? further Ordained, Th*
this ordinance shall remain in force until
amended or repealed.
.Skc. XIX. lie it 'further Ordained, That
all ordinances or part of ordinances mili
tating against thia ordinance b? aed the
same are hereby repealed.
Katifiod March 4th. 1880,
J. S. ALBRROom, Ac.-af Meyer.
C R. Josts, Clerk.
P A LEFVENDAHL
BOOT & SHOEMAKER,
HEXT DOOR TO
D E SMOAK & CO*
Respectfully informs his customers and
the public generally, that be ha* just re
ceived a full stock of tho very be*'. Matt
rial and Latest Stylet, jr?st suited for
Spring and Summer which will be made up
in any style at from 93 50 to 4 50 for Shoes
and U aitcrs, Boots from $7 up.
1Upairing done in the) neatest manner
and on the shortcut notice.
I also keep constantly on head a fell
stock of Leather, La-ta, Pegs, Awla,
Thread and all other Material used in this
Having many years experience in tbe
bcainess, I guarantee satisfaction in nay
work aud prices. A trial ia solicited.
P A LEFVENDAHL.
fob 27 ly
O. Vf. price aguaet S. M. Simone.
I will tell, at the risk of the former
i urehaser, who has failed to comply with
Ida bid, at Orangeburg Court House on
Monday April 5th 1880, within the legal
hours, the following piece or parcel of
land, being in the County of Orangeburg,
conlainingsixty-six acres, more or leas, and
bounded North by lands of S M Simmons,
South by lands of Mrs. Ann Jefcoat, East
by lands of Miss Rachel ?immone, and
West bv lands of Abraham .-lmaker.
Terms?Cash, and purchasers to pay for
papers and reeording.
.\. aster's Office \ THOS. W. GLOVER.
Mi.r. 15, 1880. / Master.
mar 19 3t
All persons indebted lo the Estate of
('apt. Murray Robinson, will i.i.d:e pay
ment to tbe undersigned, and all having
claims against the said Eatate, will band
them in, properly altes'ed, for settlement.
mar 12 lm
The undersigned would respectful
ly inform tho citizens of this end
adjoining Counties, that hehae given
up merchandizing in order to giro
his w) ole attention to
Wilt arrive the coming week a
large lot of fine Harness Rnd Saddle
HOUSES which will be offarad at
very reasonable prices.
Having roaaj year* ezpomnce ia
the above busitieta I feel confident of
giving full tatisfactioQ to every en?
who favors tote with' their patroaag*.
W. M. BAIN,
At the Old Siasd.
A neat Dwelling with 4 Rooms, Fire
Places, and Kitchen attached, with e Lot
2 acre; in a healthy location. Terms ntade
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