Peppard moves Sinnard building
Parties interested will do well to remember that the treasurer, Mr. Mc-Louth, is making out executions on personal property nssessments. Make a note of. it and act accordingly. v J. L. Sinnard, Esq., is having the j rear portion of his store-building on the north side removed to his premises in the south part of town. : Peppard is getting his tackle ready to tackle it. The farmers of tin's county, encouraged by the fine raius that have fallen so frequently of late, are working vigorously and untiringly, and if a good crop , of late corn, potatoes, turnips, &c, is not raised it will riot be their fault. Their action is praiseworthy in the highest degree, and we , hope their efforts will be smiled upon ami crowned with success. As will be seen by the card from us She the and Seeingsome farmers in town who- Santa Barbara Prof. I olsom has bw lookcd as if they had been broken ofl"aQ ?"; Ue Doys are a little late, ; as me lew grassnoppers wbicli are Icttjas around in the woods and undbturbed j Dr. their rest, we asked what made them look so sleepy, aud were told that the corn grew so fast they couldn't sleep ! j spots are getting rather old and tough. Still there can be enough found to ex- We -had calls this week from J. B.iperiment upon, and Mr. 1 olsom will be on lime as soon as he arranges his worldly affairs. Look out for him ! Dodds, son of Rev. Mr. Dodds, of AVmebteTi, and from Mr. Lewis Rcp-'logle.