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A. Paper lor the People*
Open from half-past 8 to 10 o'clock A.
SI., and from half-past 10 A. M. to 4 P.
Colunihia mail closes at 10 A, M. and
the Charleston mallI at half.past 5 P. M.
On Tuesdays and Fridays a mail for
Foldervllle, Vanccs Ferry and Holly Hill
closes at half-past. 7 A.M.
On Fridays a mall for Knott's Mills,
"Witt's Mills and Itlshes' Store closes at
half-past 2 P. AI.
OUANOKllURG, S. C. OCTOBER 24, 1870.
Woman's inhumanity to man is
what keeps the broom market stead}'.
"If it wasn't for hope tho heart
?would break," as the old lady said
when she buried her seventh husband
Hon. R. M. Sims, Secretary of
State, Is dangerously ill at Columbia.
His friends are uneasy as to the re
Mr. John Rolhwell, the young
Evangelist, so well and favorable
known all over this State died in
Gualph, Canada on the 5th inst.
We regret to learn that tho gin,
mill and house of Capt. S. Liebman,
at Grahams' was burned on Saturday
night last. Cause of tire unknown.
The accommodation train from
Columbia, iu consequence of a dis
abled engine, took six or seven hours
to come from Lewisville to Orange
Our young townsman, Mr. B. B.
Lee, left on Wednesday last for
Charleston to attend his second
course of lectures in the Medical Col
Take Ayer's Cherry Peclorial to
stop your colds, coughs and bronchi
al affections before they run into
consumption that you can not stop.
The post otlicc department has
decided that it is not legal to trans
mit lottery circulars or money intend
ed for the purchase of lottery tickets
though the mails.
Hon. M. P. O'Connor, M. C, and
Mr. E. W. Mackey, who would be if
he could, are in town taking testimo
ny iu tho contest of the latter for the
former's seat in Cougrcss.
The gin-house ami grist mill, be
longing to Mr. W. M. Williams, at
Midway, were destroyed by fire on
Friday night last. The loss is heavy
but is said to be partially covered by
An exchange has an article on
"How to run a newspaper." This
should be read only by editors, as
every other persons in the world
knows just how a newspaper ought to
The long spell of dry and unsea
sonably hot weather was ended on
Friday by the beginning of gentle
showers. The weather is now cool
and heavy clothing in demand, but
the showers are loo late for the crops.
Love is like a river, if the current
be obstructed it will seek some othei
channel. It is not uufrequently the
case that the attentions bestowed on
the small boy are intended for the
marriageable sister. How is it, boys?
We seo it stated there is a tobacco
which, if a man smoke or chew it,
will make him forget that he owes a
dollar in the world. Wo hope none
of our subscribers will get hold of
this weed, as we don't want them to
While out hunting opossums tho!
other night, the horse of Mr. D.
Gardner, near Knott's Mill, became
frightened at one of the little animals
and broke his thigh. Mr. Gardner
had him killed to save suffering. A
"Heaven lies about us in our infan
cy," says the poet. Yes, and after
we grow up, scandal mongers takes a
fellow in hand and lie about him un
til he kicks the bucket and journeys
to that uudipcovered country, where
the secrets of all hearts shall ho un
The white school population in
South Carolina for the year 1878 was
86,678, the colored school population
for the same year was 152,290. The
number of white scholars in attend
ance upon the public schools was
54,lu8; the number of colored schol
ars was 62,121.
Oun thanks are duo Mr. T. Kohl!
for a vory neatly gotten up receipt
book for assessments and dues in the
Lodge of Kniglita of Honor. This
book should be in the hands of every
member as it enables him to keep all
his receipts in a convenient and com
pact form for reference at any time.
Wk rcgrot to hear of tbe extreme*
illness of Miss Annie Aibcrgotti and
hope the means employed for bor re
covery may have Divine direction
Wc understand that several young
ladies and gentlemen are coming from
Edgcileld to attend our Fair. Old
Kdgefield is noted for her beautiful
daughters and gallant sons, and we
feel assured that they will return
homo well pleased with the hospitality
of our people.
You might as well try to put a cellar
door in your vest pocket as to try to
convince a woman that she looks just
as well in n last winter's suit as she
will in something new, fashionable
and altogether lovely. And we are
not writing this by request of any mil
linery or dry goods establishment,
The following articles are for sale
by the pound at A. IS. Walker's:
Mince Meat, Apple Butler, Strawber
ry Jelly, Peach Jelly, Currant Jelly,
Kasberry Jelly. Chow Chow Pickels
by the quart, Gherkins by the dozen.
In fact everything in the Sweet Meat
line, cheap. Economize by buying
In the Court sinco our last issue
several parties have been convicted
of various crimes, and have been sen
tenced to the penitentiary for terms
varying from one to two years. The
court adjourned last Tuesday but
will be called again this morning
when the remaining civil business
will be disposed of.
We loam that ex-shot ill' j. W.U.
Dukes !ins made 12(5 gallons of still'sy
rup ott a half aero from sugar millet.
This, we believe, is considered u large
yield for this section and proves
what may be done in this crop by ju
dicious management. The land was
manured with tett bushels of cotton
seed and half-bushel of salt.
It has been said?though not found
in an almanac?that "autumn leaves
will wear the same color this year as
last," and n confirmed bachelor adds
the sneering insinuation : "There is
no fashionable nonsense about na
ture." Of course he moans to hint
there is fashionable nonsense about
something else?wc don't meau to say
The jurymen before whom was
tried the case of tho State vs. Adam
Miller remained in the room all night
and unlil after the court convened
next morning before they could agree
upon a verdict. An ignorant and
prejudiced colored preacher was the
cause and could not be moved by
curses or blessings. A second charge
from the Judge, however, brought
him to terms.
WriEN the poet wrote the line UA
thicg of beauty is a joy forever," he
must have had in his mind's eye just
such a collection ot (lowers as com
posed the beautiful boqnct that was
rallied at the Edisto Itilios' Fair on
last Friday evening. It was certain
ly tho most charming object in the
hall, with tho single exception per
haps of the young lady who arrang
ed and presented it to the llowcr ta
"Is Life Worth Living?" is the in
quisitive title of a new book. Well,
since that look of contemptuous scorn
fastened upon us by one whom we
thought an angel just here on a vaca
tion from glory, wc have concluded
that life doesn't amount to a row of
pins, and accordingly have sent for
the most poisonous kind of Limbur
gor, and shall waft ourselves peace
fully away amid its odor. Farewell,
Lucius Bellinger, colored, went on
Saturday last to the house of one
Ancrum, a colored man living on the
place ol Capt. N. N. Hayden in the
Fork, to enquire about certain rumors
about himself, said to bo put in cir
culation by Ancrum. One word
brought on another until they got to
blows and from blows to the pistol.
Bellinger received two wounds, one
in the face and tho other in the abdo
men?the latter of which at tho time
was considered serious. Since, how
ever, we learn that he is doing we'll
and his injuries arc Blight.
A young Kcntuckiau named Thomp
son, who was happily engaged to a
fair widow, got intoxicated while in
the company of some exciting com
panions, whereupon the lady broke
tbe engagement, dcclniing site would
never many a man who drank. This
decision :-o worked upon tho man's
mind that after moping about for a
few days ho descended into an unused
well and held his face in the shallow
water until dead. Wo suppose he
caino to the conclusion that there
wore too many fools in tho world, and
he would lesscu the number by taking
Foit tub Teeth.?Many ot" tho
powders and pastes now in tho mar
ket contain ingredients like pumice
stone, charcoal, &c., which ought
never to bo used for the purpose.
Tho Saponaceous Tooth Powder is
warranted to contain nothing in the
least injurious, and has no equal for
its purpose, as its flavor is pleasant,
is perfectly soluble in the mouth, and
contains nothing gritty or rough for
the teeth. For snle by Dr. J. G.
The investigations made by North
ern newspaper reporters have put bc
youd all dispute the question as to
the ability of tho colored man and
brother to sneeze. It seems that his
nasal possibilities are about equal to
those of the white, and that, perhaps,
ho is the bigger sneezer of the two.
We are glad that this vexed question
has been satisfactorily settled, as we
were vci'3' much afraid that it would
prove a disturbing element in the
A Romeo in the city, says the
Charleston Sunday Times, ono night
last week went to serenade his best
girl, choosing a selection from "Pina
fore" as an opening piece. In a voice
trembling with emotion and a tenden
oy to split on high notes, he began :
"Farewell, mi-love, light of m?,"
when a four pound brick was wafled
though the midnight air from the old
man's bed room, lodged in the very
vitals of his guitar, and the concert
We regret to lcam that our friend,
Mr. Joseph Loryea finds it necessary
on account of pressing business en
gagements to leave Orange burg and
return to California. Mr. Loryea
came among us fifteen months ago
comparatively a stranger, and by his
gentlemanly deportment, even and
polite manners and honest aud fail
dealing has drawn around him a large
circle, of friends who will regret this
decision and miss his genial greeting.
We wish for him the best fortune and
as man}' and as true friends as those
he leaves behind.
We were at, the depot Wednesday
evening last when the exclusion
trains passed on their way to Charles
ton, and, at a rough guess, we would
say there were '2,000 passengers
aboard the two trains. This number
was increased by a hundred more
from our town ami county, including
ladies, farmers, doctors, dentists,
lawyers, merchants and loafers. Mr.
Receiver Fisher is doing a great work
not only for Charleston but our coun
ty towns, ag every excursionist, before
going, buys a new *uit of clothes
which would not be done were there
no excursions to Charleston. If the
hotels, restaurants, etc., would give
the snrao excursion rates there is no
telling how much small change would
be spent. Try it gentlemen.
The Association of the Baptist
Church met at Lcwisvillc on Satur
day last and continued through Sun
day. Quite a large number of per
sons were in attendance to hear the
gospel preached and were air ply re
paid for the trouble. The preaching
wan excellent and effective ; indeed
specimens of eloquence were indulg
ed in at times rarely heard in our
country churches. It is said the hos
pitality of the citizens of Lcwisvillc
was boundless and cordially extend
ed to every one and as cordially en
joyed. On Sunday the pulpit of the
Mothodtst church was filled by the
Association and there was manifested
throughout a spirit of love and fel
lowship which should ever character
ize the intercourse of Christians with
one another. After a vote ot thanks
to the citizens of Lewisvillo for the
generous hospitality extended and to
the Methodist congregation for the
I use of their church the Association
Once more under Radical rule
would be South Carolina if tho Grant
boom receives throughout the South
ern States the eclat which gave Uly
8es a send off when he returned to
America from his "tour around the
world." And yet, be that as it may,
tho readers of this paper will grow iu
wealth and prosperity If they will but
have an eye to business. Where shall
that eye be turned, do you ask? Is
not the answer upon everybody's
Hps? Do not wives return daily to
their husbands with the question,
"Dear, just guess how much I got at
Korljohn's for 61.00." Seeing a big
bundle iu her hands, he replies, "1
don't know ; he so undersells every
body that I would not be surprised if
you brought home something cx
tremely valuable." And there it was.
For one dollar, articles that any
other placo would have cost 85.^0!
not only here but in Charleston or
elsewhere. Ladies and gentlemen
bclore spending you dimes call on
Mr. Kortjohu. *
We nro glad to learn that Dr. M. G.
Sallcy has interested himself in the
Hood fund, and has collected some
money for that purpose. He will re
cicve any contribution that might be
made and forward it to the proper
Mr. A. Fischer, who runs a farm
near town, ctnight his young hired
man handling his cotton in rather a
questionable manner a few days}
since ; und fearing the consequences
the young man absconded leaving a
fifteen dollar suit of new clothes, just
purchased, behind him. Mr. Fischer
bagged tin? clothes and returned them
to the merchant from whom they
National Suhgical Institute.?
One of the stall of this old and nota
ble Institute will visit Orangcburg,
S. C, October 31 nnd November ly
1879, stopping at the Merouey House.
The object of this visit is to give the
nlllictcd an opportunity for examina
tion at or near their homes, thus sav
ing hopeless casc3 tho expense of a
trip to Atlanta. A careful exatnina?
tion will bo made, nnd patients cau
learn if their cases nre curable or can
be benefited, and whether it will be
necessary for them to visit the Insti
tute. In such cases as can be cured,
or treatment begun at home, arrange
ments can be made with our visiting
.Surgeon, and treatment commenced
at once. Examination free. Cases
of Deformities and Chronic Diseases
will be examined?such as Club
Feet, Diseases of tho Hip, Spine and
Joints, Paralysis, Piles, FiBtula, Ca
tarrh, Female and private diseases
and diseases of the Eye, Ear, &c.
Come early, as the visit is limited to
tho time stated. For circulars and
full particulars address National
Surgical Institute, Atlanta, Ga.
The Fair of tho Edisto Rifles hold
on Thursday and Friday of last week
in the Elliott Hook and Ladder Hall,
was a complete success and its gene
ral management reflects credit upon
those iu charge, and especially the
ladies whose handiwork might be
scon and admired at every step. The
hall was beautifully decorated with
evergreens and flowers; the tables
were Idled with choice articles on ex
hibition, some of which can scarcely
be excelled for fineness of texture an I
beauty of finish. We saw articles of]
needle work made by hand which
equalled tho best samples by machine
ry ; boqucts which maic one think it:
was midsummer instead ol the mid-1
die of October; cakes audjjjfruit, most
tempting to the eye; a five cent
counter literally crammed with dolls
and toys for the little ones; and a
hnndrcd other things too numerous
to mention. The poslofnoc, ballot
box nnd dice box were called in re
quisition and proved no small source
of income to the managers. On Fri
day night the articles remaining on
hand were sold at unction and it is
no telling at what per cent profit they
were sold. We are informed that the
net proceeds of the Fair amounted to
the sum of 8101.81, which will be ap
propriated to the purchase of a new
uniform. This is in excess of the
calculation made and may bo consid
ered an index of the interest felt in
tho welfare and success of the Edisto
Rifles. It has been suggested that a
uniform similar to that of the Gover
nor's Guards.be bought. While this
uniform may be very handsome, we
know of no dress which becomes the
military character better than the
Glass Ball Touramrnt at the
Colnyy Fair.?Tho following teams)
have entered :
team no. 1. ......
P. G. Cannon, Captain.
A. M. Izlar, I N. II. Bull,
David J. Salley, J J. H. LaRoache.
team no. 2.
Dr. M. G. Sallcy, Captain.
D. W. Robinson,
Julian A. Salley.
F. S. DeTrcville.
team no. 8.
Wm. J. DcTreville, Jr., Captain.
T. A. Jeflbrds,Sr. I Dr. T. A. Jones.
W. G. Albeigotti. | T. D. Wolfe.
Judge?Dr. A. S. Salley, whose de-|
oision will be final.
Scorer?James L. Sims.
Trappers?T. A. Jeffords, Jr., G.
McKay Salley and Shelley Seoville.
The following rules have been
adopted by the Teams for their gov'
1st. Each man to havo ten single
Bails sprung from the "Hatch Trap"
at twenty yards rise.
2d. Balls to he broken while iu the
air. Those breaking after striking
the ground not to bo counted ns brok
3d. The Team breaking the great
est number of Balls to be entitled to
the prize, and the Team breaking the
smallest number to pay for all the
4th. Should the cap snap or fail to
fire the party will bo entitled to
5th. A Ball sprung from thoTrup
and a party fails to shoot, same shall
bo scored as a missed Ball;
6th. Parties using breech-loaders
will load their guns on taking posi
tion, muzzle-loaders to bo capped on
7th. Parlies will not raise their
guns to the shoulder, until the Bull
is sprung. When ready, they will
notily the jud|;<j.
Tournament commences promptly \
at two o'clock P. M.
Programme of the Fair.
The following is the programme of
the Sixth Annual Exhibition of the
Orangeburg Agricultural and Me
Wednesday, October 29th, 1879,
Gates open at 10 o'clock A. M.
Stock let out from 12 BI. to 1 P.
Driving in Single and Double Harr
ncss from 1 to 2 1-2 o'clock P. M.
Riding from 2 1-2 to 1 P. M.
Persons contesting for premiums
either in Driving or Riding must he
ready to enter the arena promptly at
the ringing of the bell, which will be
dono by the President each day.
Ploughing commences at 11 o'clock
A. M.?time and order regulated by
the Commitlee on Ploughing.
The Fair will close at 5 P. M.
Thursday, October 30th, 1879,
Gates open nt 9 A. M.
.Stock led out from 10 to 11 o'clock
A. M., at which lime Ribbons will
bo tied on the premium stock.
Driving from 11 A. M. to 12 M.
Riding from 12 M. to 1 o'clock P.
Tournament to commence at 1 1-2
o'clock P. M.
The Fair will close at 5 o'clock P.
Friday, Oulobor Slst, 1879, Gales
open al 9 o'clock A. M.
Ploughing from 9 to 10 o'clock A.
Glass Ball shooting from 11 A. M.
to 3 P. M.
Distribution of Premiums will be
gin at 3 o'clock P. M., after which
the fair will close.
Any information will be cheerfully
given by applying to any of the fol
lowing named gentlemen :
Dr.. W. F. Bakton, Pres..
C.w: .1. L. MouUKK,")
Gen. Jas. F. Izlar, I Board of
John C. Pike, Eso,., S
Du. W. S. Barton, } Directors.
Dr. C. Holjiak, j
Or to J. L. Heidtman,
Corrected Weekly uy J. C. Tike.
Middling. 9 1-2
Low Middling. 9 1-1
Ordinary to Good. 8 3 l
Hicc. rough.SI 10
Oats, per ewt.,.75
c:.-.-: c^?.xar.'y.-.-?7 ti ?*j in LfnifHiir.1 .ina
a. B. Knowlton. a. Latiirop
KNOWLTON & LATHROP,
Attorneys and Counsellors,
ORANGRBURG, S, G
Attorney and Ccnnsellor at Law
(Cor. Church & St. Paul's Street.)
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
nEV. S. T. II Al,L.MAN is prepared to
J FRAME PICTURES of al! sizes in
the neatest, stylo of i he art, ami at lower
rates, for cash, than can be done else
where in the county. Picture .Hangings
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 I .yen's Township, or
at Dr. S. A. Reeves. Satisfaction guar
anteed. April 3?3uios
Office of County Commissioners, }
Orangeuurg County, >
Orangeburg, s. c. Oct. io, 1S79.)
rpiIK Annual Meeting of the Board of
A County Commissioners will be held
on the tlrst. Tuesday after the first Mon
day ill November next. All persons
having claims against the County which
have not heretofore been presented, will
tile lbs same with the Clerk of the Board
on or bet?re the tlrst day of November
nextv T. R. MA DONE.
Clerk Board County Comm'rs
Oct 10? -It Orangeburg Count}'.
To the Public.
rr^llB undersigned respectfully an
_L iiounce that they have purchased the
exclusive riyht to Sell the justly celebra
ted "New Virginia Feed Cutter" in the
Counties of Orangeburg and Baruwell.
In this Cutter, cheapness of construction
minimum ot power and rapidity of exe
cution have beeil fully attained. The
commendations ot the many who are
using this Cutter render it unnecessary
for us to say anything relative to its
merits. We only auk a trial and feel fully
confident that satisfaction will bo given.
[For sale at the store of Mr. J. C Pike,
[Orangeburg, S. C.
EDWARDS & THOMPSON.
Grand Invitation !
We are opening every day New Good?.
Ik-amiful Cashmeres in Black and in al
the New and Fashionable Shades, Taf
fettas, Silks, Satins, Diagonals in all the
In Neck Wear by every steamer.
The latest styles and patterns in all
goods. You can secure more elegance
mid excellence and yet practice more
economy than ever before.
Beautiful Dress Goods at 12 1-2 cts.
Notwithstanding the heavy advances
in Linens and Long Cloths we are selling
at the old low figures.
For old and young at the most reasona
Iu large variety and low prices.
Come and take a look at the
Lightning Sewing Machine,
The cheapest and one of the best Sewing
Machines In the market.
THE LIGHT RUNNING
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE
also always for sale, also Needles, Plal
tors Attachments, Oils. &c., at Factor}'
Reliable Patterns for Fad and Winter,
received and far sale.
I invite all to call and examine my
immense stock and low prices, no fault
will be found if you do not buy. RE
I Orangeburg, S. C, Oct. 10,1879.
! "THE COUNTRY
i ha* not been favored with propitious sea
ts .as it is (rue, but there will nevertheless
bo sufficient made to produce peace and
comparative contentment In our laud,
and also abow ouv goud matrons a mar
gin for pocket change. In view of this
fact 1 recently had my already capacious
store renovated and enlarged, and am
now receiving the
ever offered for sale ln;Branchville iu the
I have a complete assortment of Ladies'
Dress-Goods. Alpacas, Worsteds, Calicos
Homespuns, Bicachings, Linens, Hand
kerchiefs, Hosiery, Shawls,*] Collars.
LaccSj Ribbons?in a word, every tiling
that the most scrupulous taste could ex
act, or the most inquisitive mind con
ceive of. In the Genta' Department my
supply is at once superb and complete,
consisting as It does or the most thorough
selection of the kind ever
BROUGHT to BRANCHVILLE!
Such as Coats, Pants. Vests. Hats, Caps,
Hoots and Shoes of all styles and prices.
In addition to the articles already enu
merated, I have every kind of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CROCK
ERY AND TINWARE
to be thought of. Also Lamps, Shades,
chimneys, ?fco. In the Grocery line, lam
determined not to be surpassed, and am
offering unprecedented bargains in
FLOUR, COFFEE, SUGAR, I ARB,
BUTTER, HAMS, SIDES,
MOLASSES, &c, Ac.
I kcop also constantly on hand Harness,
Saddles, Bridles, Girths, etc. But It
would take a column to mention nil I
have for my customers. Come one. and
all and see for yourselves. Don't spend
live cents until you examine my stock.
No trouble, to answer questions or to
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
COTTON and PRODUCE!
Thanking my friends for past favors, I
shall continue to strive to merit a contin
tin?anco of the same.
L F. H. DUKES,
BRANCHVILLE, S. C.
IRespectfully inform my friends and
the public that 1 nin prepared to con
tract to do Carpenter's Work of any
kind cheapor than other contractors iu
Orangeburg County. Work solicited,
i and satisfaction guaranteed.
March 7-3mos. J. R. TUCKER,
W. F. ROBINSON,
A fresh supply of Landrcth's Turnip
and Cabbage Seed. Give mo a call and
save money. Also Watches and Clocks
neatly repaired at reasonablo rates.
Orangcburg9 S. C, July 11?3m ?
GEO. H. CORNELSOU,
ORANGEBURG, S. C.
1 would rcHpcctrulIy inform (lie public
that I have just received and now open
for inspection one of the largest, cheap
est and host selected stocks of
FALL and WINTER
of all varieties, and that the same will bo
offered at prices which will defy all com
petition, and I would especially call the
attention of all close
to this fact. A full stock of
always on band to which special atten
tion is invited.
GEORGE H. CORNELSON.
Sept. 19, 1879.
WE STILL LEAD
LOW PRICES! !
Our Stock Is now complete, and. having?
determined not to be undersold, we wish
everybody to call and examine for them
selves. Our ucw and well selected Fall
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS
we sell lower than ever before, notwith
standing the late advnneement In all cot
all qualities and prices. All goods in
thai line warranted, and if not s.ai.-faeto
ry, with the privilege to exchange, ob
We keep a fresh and first class stook,.and
sell at lower figures than "trashy goods.*''
at Auction houses. We shnIL be pleasedt
to show goods, and send samples on ap
SORENTRUE & LORY EA,.
; " * ? ? ?
Mr. A. L. Stroman now In our estab
lishment will be pleased to serve his
friends and customer**
Oraugeburg, S. C Sept 2G-tf
In addition to the lar^e and elegantly
assorted stock of Dry Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Hats. &c-, Ac, also
I of the best quality, cheaper than can bo
bought any where else. The finest and
best stock of
i <&cM &c.,
The prices of which have just been re
duced 25 to uU cents per gallon.
D. E. SMOAK & CO.
I Have flitted hp their up-stairs, and laid
I lu a stock $5,000 of the finest, best and
cheapest assortment of
CLOT HI KG
to be found between Columbia and
Charleston. If you are hi need of a suit
at any price, Pants, Coat or Vest, don't
fail to see them before buying. Just re
ceived, 15U barrols of
Which will be sold cheaper than .the
same quality can be bought In Charles
ton, make room for
to be in by the first of November.
I RUST PROOF WHEAT & OATS
1). E. SMOAK k CO.
Orangeburg, S. C. June 27 tf
W. A. MEUOjYEY,
ORANGE B?RO, S. 0,
Offers his services to the public as
General Auctioneer and Collector.
Charges moderate, and all business
promptly attended to. Feb 14
Tfo /"}a week in your own town. ??
outfit free. No risk. Reader
if you want a business at
which persons of cither sex
can make great pay all tho time they
work, write particulars to II. Ballett
A "1 TIOIXT^EIC.
JAMES A."HAMILTON offers his ser
vices to auctionHtoek, Merchandise,
Ac, on Sulcsdnya, or to attend sales uny
whero in the County. Orders It-flat the
storoof John A. Hamilton will be at
tended to. JAS. A. HAMILTON,,