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,A. I?ui>ox- for tlM? l*eoi>l?.
Open from ludf-pa?t 8 to 10 o'clock A.
M.. and from half-past 10 A. M. to <J P.
. Columbia mall closes at 10 A, M. and
the Charleston mall at half.past.r) P. M.
On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for
Felderville, Vances Ferry and Holly Hill
closes at;half-past 7 A. M.
On Frlda3rs a mail for Knott's Mills,
"Witt's Mills and Rishes' Storo closes at
lialf-past.2 P. M.
Orangebuug, s. C. octouek 17, 1870.
(Union Cnmpmccting in lower St.
Matthews commenced on Wednesday
(Buggies for the million at Mr. B.
Frank Slaters'. Call at once and
make yqur selection.
Mb. B. Frank Slater invites the
attention of those in want of buggies
to the large variety lie has on hand.
Our thanks are due Mr. J. F.
.Jaokson., near Bccvcsvillc, for a mess
of his excellent turnips. They were
"Winat ?s the surest remedy for at.
stoking scalp and to remove dandruff
from the head? Hall's Vegetable
SiciHftn flair jRc-newor.
The giaud jury was discharged on
Wednesday, having completed its
work and submitted their report,
which we will publish next week.
We understand that a cane is to
be voted to the handsomest young
man in town at the Kdisto Rifles'
Fair to-night. We nominate Mr.
We are pained to learn of the
death of the infant child of Mr. and
Mrs. Abial Latin-op, which occurred
on Monday night last. "Of such is
the kingdom of heaven."
All parties attending the Orange
burg County Fair from the different
stations along the line of railroad can
procure return tickets for one fare
from October 2(J to Kovember 1.
Young man if you are about to
ehuflie off your single blessedness by
taking unto yourself a wile, why of
course you'll need a buggy. So go to
13. Frank Slater's and get one of his
Lejt at this oflice a Dcgucrrao
type picture of a little boy, which
vyas picked up on the road between
this pla.ee and Knott's Mills. The
owner can get it by paying for this
We shall salute him as Colonel in
future. Mr. J. George Voss has been
appointed on the Governor's stair
with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
Tim Governor could have made no
Pluck, not luok puts a man ahead
in this world, and leaves a lot of per
sons at the foot of the ladder quarrel
ling over their pedigree, trying to
sponge a pass but of some sympathetic
friend or steal up under the shadow
of some self-made man.
Mit. ii. II. Wannatnakcr was elect
ed clerk of the Board of County
Commissioners at their recent elec
tion. Mr. Wnnnamakcr is ono of the
best book-keepers in town, and a
thorough business man and will
make a most ellicient ollioer.
The fact that one of the largest
distilleries in the mountains of the
iNorjth State has established an
agepey here for the sale of their pure,
corn whiskey is immense benefit to
those who uee the nrticlo, as now the}*
can get a pure whiskey. The only
place to find it is at James VanTas
A call at the store of Mr. Henry
Kohn will more than rcpa\' one for
the trouble, and if the purpose is to
bu}T dry goods, it is a palpable sav
ing of money lo call. Mr. Kohn keeps
one of the largest and best selected
Blocks of dry goods, ready made
clothing, hats, shoes, boots, &o., in
Orangeburg. See advertisement.
It may not he generally known that
statements, bills, ect., can bo mailed
in an unsealed envelope, with a one
cent Ptamp. No writing other than
the legitimate bill can be placed upon
the statement. No such words as
"Please remit," "This amount is
overdue," ect., can be written thereon,
neither can a bill receipted be sent.
The Beaufort, S. C, Crescent asks :
"When a paper sees fit to take ex
ception to a'n nrticlo in another jour
nal, and publishes comments thereon,
|s it not proper that a copy of the
paper containing such comment,
should bo scut to the journal assailed,
- ahd not leavo it to be discovered
through a private source? What say
ye, brothers of the quill? We want
a fair field, and ask no favor." We
agrep with you, Brother Rodgcrs.
Mrs. Newman Hall, that used to
be, is coming to this country. '^Vo
nominate II. TV. Bcecbcr, Simon
Cameron, and Itoocoe Conkling as a
committee of reception.
Sportsmen in tlio village who de
sire to take part in tho Glans Ball
Tournament nl the coming Pair will
hand in their names to Mr. P. G..
Cannon before the 20lh instant.
Teams in the county who intend to
enter for the prize will report as
above or be debarred.
TiiH York vi lie Enquirer quotes the
paragraph from a Florida paper re
cently publibhod relative to ? negroes'1
sneezing, mid says it is evidently a
mistake to suppose that they do not
sneeze. An ancient darkey of that
place says "he has sneezed as often j
as any average white man of his age,"
and that he can sneczo "with as much
case, dignity and grace' as a white
man. "We thought it was an error.
For Tin-: Teeth.?Many of the
powder" ?nd pastes now in the mnr
k"< 'n ingredients like pumice
areoal, &c., which ought
iO bo used for the purpose.
Tnc Saponaceous Tooth Powder is
warranted to contain nothing in the
least injurious, and has no equal for
its purpose, as its llavor is pleasant,
is perfectly soluble in the mouth, and
contains nothing gritty or rougli for
the teeth. For sale by Dr. ?J. G.
Mrs. George Fromm, of New
York, has just become the mother of
a baby, which weighed at its birth
eleven ounces and three qunitcrs.
Tho head of the child, although much
smaller than a small apple, is covered
with an extraordinary growth of
light brown hair. The features are
regular, the eyes bright and clcar,and
the skin line and delicate. The arrasi
arc the thickness of an ordinary little
linger, and Hie lingers arc the size of
extra large pencil leads. The nails,
although not much bigger than a
good-sized pin-head, are perfectly
formed. An ordinary luncheon bas
ket is an ample cradle for the babe
His height at birth was 5 inches, and
breadth across the Bhouldcrs til-0..
The last idea and a good one is
the signal lamp at the depot for
warning night trains. It is a con
venient arrangement for the purpose
and canbe seen by up and down trains
for a irile or more before, they reach
the depot. By the use'of a set of
pulley cords a red light is shown or a
white as the case may he. Another
desirable feature is that it willjight
the dark ways of that locality, and a
near sighted pedestrian need not go
in tho ditch: Greek surveyed the af
fair and seriously declared.4,ic was a
church." lie thought it was necdod
just there. Greek is a hypercritical
critic, and we must take Iiis sayings
dim ijrano salin, lie it as it may, it
is a capital idea. Wo -arc in for
Last week an Atlanta young lady |
of good family and good reputation
concluded lo look at the WOlki, or so
much of it as is Included In Atlanta,
from a man's standpoint. Donning her
brother's Sunday suit, and mounting
a stylish hat on the side of her head,
she sallied forth to see what she could
see, and iicar what she could hear.
She moved on bravely enough until
an unmanageable horse was about to
run over her, when she screamed and
squalled in true womanly tones, and
fainted as some woman will do in an
emergency. She was taken up and
carried into a doctor's office, and with
a return of consciousness came hu
miliation and tears and begging of the
Doctor not to tell. He conveyed her
home, where sho could change her
gaauicnts and repent of her folly.
National Suruical Institute.?
One of the stall of this old and nota
ble Institute will visit Orangeburg,
S. C, October 151 and November 1,
1879, stopping at the Meroney 1 louse*
The object of this visit is to give the
afflicted an opportunity for examina
tion at or near their homes, thus sav
ing hopeless cases the expense of a
trip to Atlanta. A careful examina
tion will be made, and patients can
learn if their cases arc curable or can
be benefited, and whether it will be
necessary for them lo visit the Insti
tute. In such cases as can be cured,
or treatment begun at home, arrange
ments can bo made with our visiting
Surgeon, and treatment commenced
at once. Examination free. Cases
of Deformities and Chronic Diseases
will be examined?such as Club
Feel, Di.scascs.of the Hip,Spine and
Joints, Paralysis, Piles, Fistula, Ca
tarrh, Female and private diseases
and diseases of the Eye, Ear, &c.
Come early, as the visit is limited to
Llio time stated. For circulars and
full particulars address National
Suroicai. Institute, Atlanta, Ga.
Edisto Rifles' Fair.
To-day?to-night-int Elliott Hall ?
Tliis Invitation is meant for all?'
Wo ask your proscneo and your dimes
To help the "Rit'es" these hard times.
With kindred dear?wife, sweetheart,
A pleasant evening you ?an spend.
Ami n eat, to cream,' (Mike, lemonade.
A her your little, promenade.
Or should you wish more solid food,
We'll dinner servo or supper good;
The price of caeh is just a quarter,
?CSiutiS we'll give a glass of water. |
On Fancy Table will appear
The very thing to give your "dear.-'
And all will be so very'cheap.
Thai, you can purchase such a heap.
Presiding there In dress of old,
Dame "Martha Washington" behold,
Who casts on each who passes by j .
A cheering glance from her bright,eye.
lie sure to get a nice boquot
Of llowers sweet?they look so gay;
And then to make you feel much better
Call at the Fostolllce for a letter.
The soldier boys, to stimulate,
Those whom the teachers educate.
Will give to school of highest vote,
A pi tee for scholar of most note
For lessons good and standing high;
At this new scheme just give a try.
We know we'll see you at the Fair,
Investing in the nice things there;
So wishing you a pleasant time,
We now conclude our little rhyme.
We would particularly call the at
tention of our readers to the change
i in Mr. Theodore Kohn's advertise-j
Auent in last week's issue of the Dem- i
?chat. As an emporium for fashion-1
able dry goods this store is not ex-j
celled by any in the interior of our
State. 'Piles,of goods of every de
scription, stylo'and pattern, are re
ceived daily and offered for sale at
prices inarvelously low compared
with some of the same goods sold
elsewhere. While the ladies are the
object of Mr. Kohn's special care, the
gentlemen are by no means neglected.
Cosmopolitan shirts and an endless
variety of ready made* clothing for
3*oung and old show how mindful
he has been of.the interest of every
customer. Call and examine this
huge stock before it is depleted by
his rapid sales.
A singular slory is told by John
Lather, of Dorsey County, Ark., in the
columns of the Little Lock Gazette.
lie bus a daughter w ho. suddenly lost
! her voice and hearing when she was
a lillls girl some fifreen yacrs ago.
One night recently he was passing
his daughter's room when be heard a
strange voice. Arousing his wife,
they, crept noiselessly in, and with
thrills of joy saw that their dumb
daughter was talking in her sleep.
The mother clasped the girl in her
arms, tint when awoke she again '"ios'J
hor voice. Since then she hap Leon
heard to tallr" aloud in kev ' sleep,
speaking generally of the occurrences
in the household of the ?ay before.
A deaf and. dumb ytmtAi of tho neigh
borhood, who ha? b&Mi looked upon
as the girl's lover, was prostrated
with grief i'.pou heating that his girl
It is seldom the peace of a quiet
town can be so thoroughly broken up
r.s that of Orangcbnrg on Monday
last by complimentary cuising, dis
gusting recriminations, and sangui
nary lights, ongaged in by Mr. Gco.
Bolivar, Radical leader of our county,
his nephew, Mr. Jake. Boliver and
Ben Byas, a colored Democrat. If
we learned the circumstances correct
ly, lhc3' are as follows: Sometime
back Byas bought a house and lot
from Mr. Geo. Boliver, and secured
the payment by giving a mortgage
upon the premises. No payment
having been made, Mr. Boliver re
sorted to the law, ami gained his
case, from which decision Byas np-1
pealed. On Monday evening they
met in tho bar of Mr. DeMars, and
engaged in a tilt of complimentary
cursing. Having exhausted the vo
cabulary of anathamas, the scene
shifted to disgusting criminat ions and
recriminations. Byas charged Boli
ver with swindling the county and
stealing large amounts of her funds,
and cited the public records as proof
of the truth of his assertion. Boliver,
nothing daunted, charged home upon
Byas a bribe of Si'2,00U paid him by
Scott. Byas, as if disgusted with the
evening's entertainment, and desiring
to end the matter, very rudely called
Boliver a d-d -of a-, to
which the excited Radical replied by
knocking oll* Byas1 hat; Before any
thing further could be done by the
beligcrcnls a policeman came upon
the stage, and thus ended the first
act of the disgraceful drama.
After nightfall Mr. Jake Boliver
came in contact with Byas, and hav
ing heard of divers curses heaped
upon himself-and uncle, paid his
compliments to that gentleman by
sundry kicks, cull's and pummels, un
til Byas, remembering the old adage
that "he who fights and runs away
lives to fight another day," struck
out for other quarters. The enraged
BolivciS, giving hot pursuit armed
with slicks came upon the frightened
fugitive in Iiis house, and wotdd have
administered a rather undignified cud
geling had not tljc policc.nUractcd by
the erics of murder, again intcrfcrrcd.
Both of tho Eoliycrs and Byns were
Mien conducted to jail and locked up.
Quiet and peace once.more reigned
in Warsaw. After remaining in jail
tbey were released Trom confinement,
and next morning after replenishing
the city treasury to the tune of twen
ty-one dollars wont on their way re
joicing. Thus ended the last act of
i ho drama.
JvNKiirrs ok HoNOtti?This order,
scarcely one year old in our town,
has already given the very best proof
of its worth as a humane and emi
nently benevolent institution in the
promptness with which the policy of
82,000 has been paid to Mrs. Iryin
Till, whose busband was a uiembor
of the order at the time of his death.
Exactly sixt}' duys from the time the
notification of his dcatli was received
at the .Supremo Treasury a check for
the money was received by the Re
porter of the Orangcburg Lodge and
immediately placed, by the Trustees
of the Lodge, in the badds of Mrs.
Till. Our citizens have lest so
heavily by life insurance companies
until they are slow to confide again
in any scheme of insurance. This
j caution is natural and eminently
proper, hut in view of the destitute
circumstances in which many of our
wives and children will be left at our
deaths it becomes us to look around
for sonic mode of relief besides that
wo can leave them in our poverty.
The popularity of the order has large
ly increased its membership, and to
day it numbers thousands of the best
citizens in the United States upon its
roll. We know ol no order the foun
dation of which is more sccurgly laid
and of no better .scheme of insur
ance so cheap as the Knights of
Honor. Twelve dollars per year,
besides Lodge dues, will keep a poli
cy of $2,000 running for a man .not
over forty-live years. The beauty of
the scheme is that a man of this age
pays only a dollar at a time and
I therefore finds it an easy mailer, lo
keep his policy going. Older persons
pay more, but none more t.\ian three
dollars per month. \Vc arc glad that
so worthy n gcullottinsi as Mr. Law
ton II. Wannau)akc,r is Deputy Grand
Dictator for O/angcburg, Colleton
and Clarendo'xi Counties, and persons
wishing to form lodges may do so by
applying to him at this place.
' OouiiiccTici) Weekly uy J. C. Pike.
cotton. ,. \
Middling. 1) 1-1
Low Middling;. 0
Ordinary to,Good.S 1-2
country produce! ^
:fJi> hit.;. 70 "
Rice; rough.?1 15
Oats, per cvvt.,...(?0
Roller, country .25
A. IL Knowi.ton. a. Latiikoi*
KNOWLTON & LATHROP,
Attorneys and Counsellors,
ORANGEBURG, S. C
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
(Cor. Church & St. Paul's Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
R-EV. S. T. II ALLMAN is prepared to
KRAME PICTURES of nil sizes in
the neatest style ofibe art. and at, lower
rates, for casli, than can be done else
where in the county. Picture Ilangiugs
also furnished on the most liberal terms.
All parties desiring' work done in the
above line would do well to give him a
call at his house in Lyon*? Township, or
at. Dr. ?>. A. Reeves. Satisfaction guar
anteed. April 3?3ni08
PtTiCK or County Commissioners, i
Ouangerurg County, >
Orangeburg. s. C. Oct. 10, iS7i>.)
PpniS Annual Meeting of the Board of
JL County Commissioners will be held
oft the lirsi Tuesday aber the first Mon
day in November" next. All persons
bavins claims against the County which
have not heretofore been presented, will
lib- the same with the Clerk ol the Hoard
on or bet?re the iir.it day of November
noxt. T. IL MALONE,
Clerk board County CuuiniVs
Oct IU- it Orangeburg County.
BEEF BEEF BEEF
JBcg leave to stale that, havimr rented
. Hit? store formerly occupied by Mr.
Denials next to Dr. S. A. Reeves Druj
Store, I have renovated and refilled the
lhe same ill first class style, ami will kill
3 beovec. or more a week, which ! will
guarantee lobe fait (.-rand better than ;-uy
sold on the wagons. All meats sold
warranted togivo satisfaction,, nt prices
to suit the limes, jlccf delivered to'any
part pf Orangcburg free of charge. The
public is cordially invited to visit my
new market. My motto will bo TO
N. IL?The highest price paid for
Poultry. S. L. MORGAN,
July 25-tf Practical Butcher.
FANCY FAIR. 4ii aid of tho
Will ho hojd at tho Hall of, tho
Elliott Independent Hook ?fc Ladder
October jOtb and 17th.
Admission l? cents, Children 10 cents.
Tickets at Drug Store? and at Hall, j
Oratigeburg, S. C, Oct. 10, 1870?2t
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
Offers his services to tho public ns
General Auctioneer and Collector.
Clinr^es pmdorato, and all business
promptly attended to. Feb 14
a week in your own town. 95
outfit free. No risk. Reader
if you want a business at
which persons of either sex
can make great pay all tho "time they
work, write particulars to IL HAI.lktt
G-EO. H. C0RNELS0N,
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
1 would respectfully inform the public.
that 1 have just received and now open
for inspection one of the largest, cheap
est and hu>\. .-elected Stocks of
FALL and WINTER
of all varieties, and that the same will be
olVeved at prices which will defy all coin
[petition, and I would cspeoiallj call the
attention of all e^o^o
to tins fact. A full stock of
F U R N I T U K E
always on hand to which special jnttcii-r
tlon Is invited.
'Respectfully Yours, .
GEORGE II. CORNELSON.
Sept. W, 1879. ...
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At Captain Briggman's Old Stund.
Fancy Baker and Candy Manufacturer,
> - ?
Keeps positively the finest and largest assortment of Confectionery at the lowest
Wholesale and iJcta.il prices. A fresh stock of Groceries and Canned Goods otall
kinds, Hold at a small advance .on the cost price. The bes? Awards oi Flour, tlMi i
choicest Cigars and Tobaccos.
FRUIT 1 FRUIT 1J FRUIT 111 FRUIT I j M
? , - >-??; I ? . ,; ? ? ?.401.1 J ' .!?
Qrders for Wedding Cakes and supplies for Cakes a specialty.
Orangcburg, S. C, Sept. 20-tf
I ? i)rtiti#
vir I mil
,: 'ti to (!
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dirtVi'it)^ >s!" '
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AT THE CORNER OF
Russell Street and Railroad Avenue
... W. MOSELEY.
. ? .?. ; . H Ui'h't rt (iill r'f?fa Ol
. . k.'.,,',,!,,? .?? <? '..: jiltt.-iy. ? ? L-ioui blift i
? A.FULL STOCK OF ' ... .
;?>../ iji/jif .-.ii; ill] tii VidlMOUU
>??.:: j.::i:..fiMbiL 1
Greiaeral Merchandize, :?
WHICH WILE BE SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH.
AH inv Old Friends and as many New Ones .as will favor nie with a call are'res
CCtfuily Irrvitcd to oxamino my ??ODS AND 'PRICES. April 181 j" 1
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. ii ii * :;i v/,.;;.i 'I .;, ib?OKcJ M v
EDDING GlFTS AT ALLAN'S
American und Swiss,
Of New and Elegant Designs, and Ex
V?* ' - ?
^ qulsitc workmanship.
DIAMONDS, PEARLS, CAMEOS.
As wollasless costly sets, in great varpy
STERLING SILVER WARE,
In Fresh and Beautiful Patterns, espe
cially adapted for Wedding Presents.
SILVER PLATED WARE
Tea Sets, Waiters, Ice Pitchers, Buttel
Dishes, Cups, Goblets, tic.
CHOICE FANCY GOODS,
French Clocks, Bronzes, Fine Table Cut
lery. Opera Glasses, Fine Glassware.
The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices
ihn h07 Kikg Street.
D. W. MUSTARD,
late Or lewisvlle, S. C.
Dealer in Country Produce,
398 KING STREET,
FOWLS, per doz.3.2ua3.70
Chickens, per doz.2.00a9.55
Ducks (Eng'h) per doz.4.00
Ducks (M'c'y) per doz.5.00
Geese per doz.COO
Turkeys per doz.12.00al5.00
EGGS, per doz.14
PEANUTS, per bushel.75al.l0
POTATOES, Sweet.1.25a 1.50
PEAS, clay, per bushel,.C??a70
?? Mixed " .GOnG?
RICE, (Rough) per bushel,.H?al.20
BEESWAX, per lb.a22
HONEY, ^ .,.10
HIDES, FHnt, per lb.10
" Dry Salted, 11 .8
SKINS, Otter, apiece.25n2.5.Q
Coon, ?* .5al5
" Fox, M .10a 40
*< Deer, per lb.15
" Goat, 11.?
Highest market prices obtained for all
goods consigned tome. Returns made
promptly. Consignments solicited, ly
J, A, B?RDIN & BR0.
on SANTEK. NEAR VANCES FERRY
KhKS (or aale u full and complete
stock of Groceries. Hardware, Ready
Made Clothing. Boots and Shoes, Hats.
Caps, and Trunks, and a tine line of Dry
Goods of ail description* tor Ladies*.use
HUt' v -*ar ?also?
A full >. t of Foreign and Dornest!
Wines and! ?t >rs, Segars ac ?'-?'?teeo
fcc., itc. a? Kept, o, ?U.
?~?i-,. ... ?
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR'i
BOYS AND GIRLS. '-.'^
? ? ? ii !.-.u a
? . no id iron 3i:^rnpo^
Corps of Teachers.
JBUGO O. SIIERIDAX.^...;w...FrInelpal^''bi
Wm. L. GLAZE. 1st Assistant,' > ?
In charge of 2nd Grade Room, ifw 802
MISS E. J.: MACK AY? ...2nd Assistant, . ;
In charge of 1st Grade. Room and Qlrls.. A> \
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This School opens on the First Monday
in September annually, and contin
ues uninterruptedly until the last of June.- '
tkums per month.
First Grade', beginners..02.00
Second Grndc, Grammar pupils. 2.50 '
i'hird Grade, advanced English. 3.00
Latin. Greek, and German each.
. extra. 50
course of stcoy.
First Grade.?Alphabet?Spolliivg, Ru?.V?
imentary Arithmetic, Writing and First
Steps in Geographj'. . .
Second Grade, Spelling. Reading'
Writing, Arithmetic, Second Steps in >
Geography, Grammar, Written Compo
sition, Latin. Greek and German.
Third Grade. Spelling, Reading, VYrUV
ing. Arithmetic completed. Quo#wn)iY
completed,Grammar completed, Compo'*
sition, Ristory, Philosophy. Rhetoric,
Logic. U.ook.k.evPVXSx Ajgebxn, Gwrng
try. Chemistry. Latin, G,ree|g, Qerqtqi)
and Written Composition,
Elocution is taught in each, gra.de.
Miss Mack ay has charge of the girls.
Students may enter at any time during
the term, and arc charged only from
date of entrance.
A liberal deduction made when three
or more children attend from the sniv/,3 '
Roys and gbrls are prepared far tke
Sophomore Claas in any College or fox n.
successful business life.
Neatness o( person, polite manners
and a high sense v.t honor are considered
of no less importance thi;ii\\\e' bjra,uciies ,
taught, and are therefore inculcated
with unremitting assiduity.
Roard may be had In good families .
near the school at ten and twelve dollars
per month, including wn-shuui Hud lights.
Loys and girlg a re kept separate and
no intercourse allowed.
A liberal share of public patronage Is
respectfully solicited. ., ...
ON ~ ,
JAMES VAN TA88E^
For your FamUy S,i\pp,l\cA b\ tlyJ w
FINE LIQUORS, TOBACCO,
and SE ARS,
FRESH LAGER always on draught.
good fat poultry ?kes
EGGS always, ou. u^L
Country Produce bought at the highest
a<t M^tyr'a Old Stand.