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.FRO8 Q-.EVEL, 31, t,
F all kinds made and repirel on the slort
est noticv. PAINTING, TI IM NG, & ;
also, all kiud of WOOD nd IION WORK done
to-order, in the nearest posS*bt2 :1 -
Also, HORSE-SHOEIN , and all kiud of plan
Th.e lpatronnge tcf the pn"'e, respectfnily so
P0ited. WATTS, CAPMAN & CO.
Frog Level, S. C., April 12tl, 1StJG
April 25, l'-tt.
GHIVER 40 BE1CJ4kHA1hf,5
COLi',BILA S. C.,
U00TS, SHOE8 & HATS.
TE invite our acgfaintances, and the public
rentram!v, to give us a e ill.
. C. SHIIVE,-I W. M. BECK-A1.
X pril 23, 17-5t.
uE COPARTNERS1IP1' heretofore existing
T under the stvie of KAY. VEAL & HEW
TSON, is this day dissolved, by mutual consent.
KAY, VEAL & HIEWETSOy,
Architects and Engineers.
-April 16, 18GG.
Kay & Hewetson
WIT ILL attend to business at their present
office. We shall be prepared to receive
'rders in one week frnm now for further woik.
KAY & IIEWETSON,
April 25-17-It. Architects andEngineers.
Drugs & Medicines,
GRIBAL & EG
AYb) on tFO EE,weete
Tarbe prepard ato Furnish LatL there WET
CA4SH PRICES, a variety of articles in theit
Paints, Oils and Tar
nishi, Cigars, fine Chew
lug Tobaeco, Hair Oils, Fan-:
ey and Common Soaps,
- Purchasers will find ino-ur establishment a full
'which we propose to sell LIFW
DL. L. M. GRfIMBALL, -GEORGE LEG GE.
DR. 1L M. GR/fMBALL
( FERS fli PROFES.'IONAL SERVICES
'1 to the Citizens of Frog Level and the sur
r ounding country. He may be found at his of
ie in the Drug Store.
A pril 18, 16-4t.
Mules for Sale,
- HEubscriber has five or six, well broken,
TNo. 1 MU LES for sale, which will be dis
posed of most reasonably on application to him.
E. H. CIIRISTIAN.
A pril IS, 16.
At Bush River.
I would -respectfully inform my fr iend; and
customers, that 1 have just returned front
* -. - Gharleston, where I have with great care se
lected a comp1ete stock of goods. Ikving
bought entirely for cash, and since thec great
- decline in goods, as my price list below will
* show, I am enabled to sell cheaper than the
ebespest. All I ask is an cxamnination of my
block. I will sell
lbrown bom'espuns 13 cents per yard,
lIleached " 15 "
talicoes " 15 "
hiuslins " 25 "
Men's, boys, ladies and inisses hats, $1 each
"" " " shoes, $1 per pr
And all other goods in proportion. I will
.buy or barter for all kinds of country pro
duce. I have a nice lot of Bacon, Molasses,
Flour, Corn and1 Iron ..on hand, all of which
I will sell low.
TIhankfal to my friends and patrons for
their kind patronage heretofore so liberally
bestowed uIpon me, I-hope by strict attcntion
*to business to still merit the same.
THOS. F, HARIMNK
Spring Goods !
At Low F igures.
The nttention of the citizens of New
berry, the public generIiy and the
ladies particularly, is invited to an ex
am.Inaton of our stock of
Spring and Summer
Consisting in part of
Cra pe Marettes,
Collars, & Ties, &c., &c.
These g6ods have been bought low,
since the decline in prices, and we can
sell them, therefore, much lower than
heretofore, and perhaps than can else
where be had.
We take this occasion to state that
our stock of SHOES is- being offered
50 per cent oelow cost to close out this
particulair line of business.
R. B. HOLMAN & CO.
April 18, 16-tf.
TO WE AR OUR
LADIES KID, White and Colored,
" Lisle Thireatd Gauntlets,
" Silk Mitts,
Missen Silk Mitts,
Men's Cnlored Kid Gloves,
An.d all othcr S T ES can 1ie foud
-R. 1B. IIOLMAN & CO.
WT ILL be sold Sale-dlay in May, a HOl~SE
and LOT in the town of Newberry, ad
>ining the property of the late M:s. A. CalIdwell
elonging to the estate of Mrs. Rosannah Moore
e'd. Terms cash. NIGO.
II. D. IUTNTN
A pril 18, 10-St._-___________
4LL persons having demands against the Es
titate of John C. Chahners, Dec'd,n ill please
ur1: nis mer John T. Peterson with a copy' of
he san:e, in order that i nmy luow the indebt
~diess of the estate. E. P. CHALMERS.
A pril 18-?G-Jt. paid. A dm'r.
rIIE subscribers have this day formed a part
r:ership uder the name and style of WIS
~EMAN & WILUEI, to transact a General GIro
er and Commission business.
0aving superior accommodation, particular at
ention will be given to the storage of cotton,
d goods generally. We hope by ztrict atten
ion to busine~ss to merit anzd receive a share of
ublic patronage.I. WIKMY
W. G. WILB3ER.
Newherry, A pril 10, 1SGO.
A pril 18-1 6-st.
New Furitir Store,
~her Rutledge & Ostendorffsj
( And Opposite the Marbic Yard.)
' E expeoct to keep constantly on hand, a
complete assortment of the following ar
BUREAUS, WASH STANDS,
Bed-steads, T'rund les, Cribs, Cradles,
MA T ASSES,
Qilet, Salvon, Foldin~g and Ectension Tal>?es,
SOFAS, TETE-A-TETES, DIVANS,
(from Common to the Finest.)
A good variety of Cane and Wood-seat Chairs,
and Children's Rockers, D)ining and Nursery
Chairs, also Merchant's Stools.
We will also k.eep Wall Papering anid Window
Shades, and furnish Looking-Glass Plates,
for old frames.
Iavng had several year's experience in this
m~siness, we feel confiden't :hat we can soil as
!,anp as any house in the State; andl hepe that
l our old friends will call and examine our
WEntrance through Rutledge & Osten
lori's stor-e. .U0HN R. LEAVELL & CO.
April 13114 3mo.
Hubs, Spokes and Felloes,
Best Hickory Shafts,
Patent Moleskin cloth,
Oil Cloth, Carriage Bolts,
Silver Lining Nails, &c. &e,
ap 11 15 se At S.* P. BOOZER & CO'S.
* -- - - ,~ ~
hERE TREY COME.
ORE nice Summer Goods, we are just re
our third stock of SPRING and
SUMMER Gt)()D-Z, ml hope the public will find
them to plearc their fancy in price and style.
We have a splendid lot of Prints, Mui-lin;, Chal
lies, and va ious other I)res Good., aiso, Parisols,
Fan!;, &e., &c., b!ack and dvttud Alpacca, and
for Gents', Ciotis, Does'ins, Cas,imeres, Tweeds,
Cottonades, Linen Coods of verious styles. We
al6o have a ve'y heavy stock of Boots and Shoe,
which will be sold very cheap. Give us a call
and(] see if we do what we say. Don't forget the
place. LOVELACE & W.EELER.
April 18, 16-tf.
W, W HOUSEALL,
LOTELACE & WHEELER,
DFALEil. I N
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, BOOTS,
SHOES, HATS, FANCY ARTICLES,
Te will be plad to have his friends and former
cu.stomers, and the publie generallr, to call and
examine the above stock of goods, heing deter
mined to sell as cheap as the cheapest.
mar 21 12
PLENDID New Orleans
AlMolasses, just receivedz
a1d for sale low ; Halfibar- .
rels Mackerel, nos. 1, 2 &
) to sell by the 4 barrel or retail, and Kits, nos.
1, 2 and 3, fresh and chean. Also good yellow
b'eese an< Fresh butter Crackers, Newark Cidesr
Vinegar, Maccaroni, v
And maiy other articles for family use at LOW
ap 11, 1.5 LOVELACE & WHEE-LER%.
XT E are now opening ip a nice lot of Sum
W ticr Dress G-oods for. Ladies and tent' (
use We have for Ladies, Prints, Muslins, Print- k
ed .ackonets, Organdies, Chenai, Leno, White
Jclionets, Swiss, Briliants, Diapers, Linen, &C.,
&e. Also a handsome lot of Summer Shawls and
a good lot of Ginghams, cheap, Solid Colored
Goods of various colors, Furniture Prints, Gloves,
ose, Ribbons, Elastic, Braids, Tapes, &c., &c.
Dxnestic goods, White, Striped, Checked, Bed
ticking &c., 10-4 Sheeting fine, 4-4 Sheeting and
S. J. Goods. * LOVELACE & WHEELER.
A pril 4-14-if.
.WTE have a ful! andl fresh stock of Groceries, e
Hadware, Notions, and almost anything,
hat is to be had in this market. Provisions re- sC
ailed in as small parcels as any may wish to pu r-Icl
base. And don't forget that we will purchase
r barter for nil kinds of country produce, so if P
ou want goods and haven't the ready cash ju1st jcI
ring along your produce and barter for the
g odis, as you can get them just as cheap as for 0
he cash, and don't ask for credit as that ihas s
played out." We don't chtarge anything for
howing goods, so come and look if you don't E
purcase. LOVELACE & WHEELER.
April 4, 14-tf. ci
Scythe Blades. H
Andi WIHET ROCIiS,
ust received and for sale byh
ap 11 15 LOVELACE & WHEELER. h
W E h ave a splendibi stock of Shoes for the
Tseason, for Ladies, Gents', Misses and
oys, fresh and good stock, which we inten.i to
sell low. We can make it to your interest to
call and examine the stock before making your
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
A pril 4, 14-t f.
B)RACKET LAMPS with reflectors, Stem ~
.Lamttps, Band Lamps, and extra Bairners gr
for Lamps, 40 doz. Lamp Chimneys, Brusies for
rleaning Lamp Chineys, also, Lamp Shades.
For sale cheap byg
LOYELACE & WHEELER. A
IIARIDWARE, &c. <
XES, Hoes, Tsace Chains, Shovels, Spades, E
AHatchets, Hlamnmeis, Ir&n, Nails, Tacks,
nives and Forks, Packet Knives, Seissors, Sheep.
hears;Butcher Knives, Curry Combs, &c., &c. d
For sale or harter by
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
FISH 1I00KS and LINES.
NICE lot of, branch and creek, Hooks and
LI Lines. For sale hy 7
LOV El; CE & WHEELER.
7E will barter any goods 'a our line for nll
kinds of country-produce, and will, also,
ay cash for the same if pr'eferred. Be sure to
give us a call.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
I'O THE LADIES. K
.RS. SELL respectfully informs the ladies of
L1N ew~berry, and vicinity, that her
SPR INGCr ST O OIK
[s now open for their inspection -r.nd approval,
and consists in part of the latest styles of
ATS AND BDNNETS
For LADIES and MISSES.
ibbons, Flowers & T'iri ings I]
f most hoautiful patterns, an.d all the many little el
~rtiles whici constitute a first class STOCK in d~
he MILLINERY LINE.
HeIr iong experience in the above business war
rants her in believing that site c-an render satis
Faction to all who favor her establishmient with a
~March 28, 12-tfA
-fHREE FINE VIOLIN'S, prices ranging fromrn]
L$10 to $20)each. Also, one good PIANOJI
~uitable for i~ Miss to learn on, price $75. For
Further information inquire at this OFFICE. I
Mach 28, 12-tf.
MRS. RYAN and MISS MORTIMER having
opened a SCIl00L at the residence of Mr. T. H.<
Mortier, are prepared to receive a few more p
scholars. Mr. Mortimner will teach Writing and
A.it:ei.: Marh 14 C
W. H. WEBB
A-ould respectfully inform his friends and the
mblic cenerally of New berry, that having
nade his purchases for the Spring Trade at
TIE LOWEST FIGURES,
le is noxv aljle to diso-e of his lirge stock
t grcatly reduced prices, which embraces a
-nervl1 ard full line of
Prints, Muslins, Nansooks, &c. and
IIATS or latest spring styles.
aeghorn, Panama, and Palm Leaf IIATS, for
gentlemen and boys.
is BOOTS and SHOES, for Ladies and Mis
ses, gents and boys, are very complete.
he stoe!t is ful, covering Bacon and Lard,
uperior and chenp,) Sugars, all grades, Cof
es, Teas, and all other articles usually kept
r called for.
'he variety and prices can hardly fail to suit
Ie wants of all classes.
Call at the corner under the Hotel,
mar 21 12 W. H. WEBB.
lEAD QARTERS FOR ANIS,
ANTA CAUS,r notw.hstnnding that the sea
son for his distribution of good things has
st, has returned to Newberry with a great va
etiy of Fancy Goods, Gonfectionaries and Gro
ries, which will be disposed of at the establish
L.. M. WICKER
Assorted candies, gum drops, toys, fruits iid
nes, currants, citron, raisins, almornds, English
lnuts, pecan nuts, hazie nuts, butt.er nuts, co
~anuts, fruits, lemons, sugar buiscuits, lemon,
da, wine and Boston crackers, ginger cakes,
ecsc, flavoring extracts, figs, fig-paste, honey,
unes, wines, cordials, syrups-, porter, ale,
ampagnc, vermacelli, maccaroni, table sal.t,
~sters, sardines, pickles, pepper sauce, mustard,
da, ginger, candles, matches, sugar, coffee, tea,
ackerel, flour, blaeing, indigo, copperas, starch,
ound pepper, unground do., spice, nutmiegs,
ves, hams, rice, codfish, salt, blue stone, cam
ior, tobacco, segars, pipes, maccaboy snuff, toi
soaps, blacking, brushes, paper collars, but
ins, combs, brushes,pencils,hooks & eyes,thread,
nentra t ed !ye,sifters,cottoncards,Whittemlore's
. 10, 1 pair ladies' scales, buckets, shoe thread,
ir pins, pens, and in fact everything usually
und in a family grocery or confectionery store.
All of which will be sold cheap for cash. If
m cannot conme settd, but in all cases let cashi
copany the order. -
mar 28 13 tf A. 31. WICKER.
[ H E subscriber is now prepared to do all kinds
Lof repairing on Carriages, Buggies and Wa
ms; Painting and Trimming neatly executed.
lI kinds of Blacksmith's Work done.
I have a large lot ol seasoned lumber, four
en setts of Wheels, Buggy bodies, Spokes,
ubs, Felloes, Shafts, Poles, &c.
Two fine xnew Buggies, 1 .sett fine silver plated
Terms positiv51v cash.
ap 11 1m LEVI SLAWSON.
HE UNDERSIGNED respectfullyanoce
Lto the citizens of Newberry, anid surround
g country, that lie is how fully prepared to fill
I oriers for SaTh, Doors,.Blinds, Window andI
oor Frames, Mouldinig and Cornice, Plaininig,
ngee and Grooving, and all kinds of Scroll
ork, &c.,'on the shortest notice. Terms Cafsh.
W. A. CLLNE.
March 14, 11l-3m.
'e State of' South Carolina.
NEWBERRY DISTRICT-IN EQUITY.
rai A. Thlompson, r. Thos. A. Thompson and,
~Jno. .11. Thomnp.xn.
Bill to sell preperty and to marshal asset ts.
IE creditors of the estate of Dr. THOMAS
W. THOMPSON, are required to render
id etablish their fesfpective claihs on oath bc
re the Comissioner. on or before. the twenty
xth day of May next; dr they wil' ha precluded.
SIL AS JOHN STONE, C. E. N. D.
Co's. Omeie, Feb. 26, 1866.
Fe b. 28, 9-3m. $5
H AVE opened, byv request, in connection
'ithi my Writing School for Young Men, a
ass for Young Ladies, which meets at my resi
nce every afternoon at 4 o'e!ock.
The claQs for young men meets at the New
rry Academy, att 3 o'elock, p. mn.
Terms $6; per month, payable in advance.
TPrivate lessons given when desired.
March 28, 18S6 O R. T. CAPERS.
ESPECTYULLY INFORMS THE TUBLIC
that he has opened a choice stock of fresh
MJLY GRODDER JES,
id intends to keep constan'tly on hand a gene
.1 assortment of goods in that line.
He respectfully solicits, and hopes by selling
ods at small profits, to secure a share of puiihe
His store is onMainastreet, opoieDco
ipers' drug store, where he will be pleased to
DRY OD S,
Ladies' Dress Goods,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &Co,
lessrs. J, H. Rutledge & Bro.,
11 ESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of New
lb berry and surrounding country that they
have opened a COMPLETE STOCK of the above
Goods at the stand formerly occupied by Miller
& Thompson, where they intend to keep con
ktantly on hand a well-sclected supply of the
latest styles of Ladies' Dress Goods, Clothing,
Will soon have on band a cheap lot of choice
Groceries, Iardware and Crockery.
J. H. Rutledge & Bro,
Newberry, April 4, 1866.
VARIETY STORE, NO, 3.
North East Corner of Messrs. Stewart and Rober
s:Or,, one door below Slawson's Silver Street Car
ringe Manufactory, one door above Smith's Dead.
fall Row, No. 4.
TO. 3 being Broadway of this town you will
IN of course find the latest, cheapest and
most approved style of Spring and Summer
GOODS, ever be!bre offered in this town.
Being immediately on the Rail Road you may
look for the engine when the whistle blows, em
bark for the upper or lower country, remember
ing to take a glass of ALE before leaving.
J. W. SPEARMAN.
April 18, 16-3t*
NF.WBFnP', April 2, tS66.
T HE co-partnership heretofore existing under
the name and style of .MONTGOMERY &
MILLER, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
CHAS. W. MONTGOMERY,
WM. T. MILLER.
The business of the late concern of Montgom
ry & Miller, will be continurd by Chas7W. Mont
omery on his individual account.
.117 THAT handsome residence, for.
merly the property of Mr. Samuel
A gnew, situated between the Epia;
opal Church, and the dwelling of the late Chan'
On the prcmises are all necessary outbuildings
md a good well of water. The lot containa 3
cres highly cultivated. The premises are in
ood repair. A pply to
March 28-13-tf. MRS. E. SELL.
ALL persons having any claims against the
Estate of ELJHU C. PAYNE, dec'd., are
ereby requested to hand thenm in to the Ordi
ary for Newberry District, by the 1st day of
ay, next. It is earnestly hoped that one and
illwill heed this notice, as at that .time I shall
roceed to pay off as far as possible such claims.
All persons indebted to said Estate will make
ayment to me by that t.ime.
ELIZABETH A. PAYNE, Executrix.
Chappell's Depot, April 3, 1866.'
A pril 11, 15-8t..
NO0W Full and Complete
Ladies', Gentlemen's, Bloy's
Youth's, Misses & Children's
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS &c1
S now full and complete. Consisting of evei'.
Ivariety and style of Gobds, ih -du lthe, all
f which were mnade, especially to order, by the
ery best maufactors. Therefbre, we feel confi
ent that we can, and will sell a better shoe for
the same money, than any other house this side
f Philadelphla. We cordially invite a call be
fore you buy elsewhere.
L.M. SUBER, & Co.,
Main st., opposite Court House.
N. B.-Reing connexecd withm the House oftI
. Suber & Co., I will be haispy to see all my
old friends and customers.
Jan 10 2 tt McDUFFIE METTS.
AFEW very excellent COOKING STOVES
Aof ditecrent sizes, have just been rec'eived
directly from the manufactureis in New York,
nd for sate 'My
W. T. WRIGH T,
NEW WROUGHT IRON BACKS,
FOR OLD STOVES,
that will last for years. Whbo riianufactures and
sells at wholesale and retail the very best article
oong, Guttering,Putting in YalUes, &c.
Who doesall kinds of
usually done by tinners. And last, though not
least of all, who returns thanks to a generous
public for the very liberal patronage which he
has received since opening at his present stand,
and hopes, by diligence in business and a dispo
sitior. to please all, never to merit less.
Jan 244 tf
Piano for Sale,
V Lbe sold at a bargain, a fine Rosewood
PIAO, nearly new. Also, a desirable
lot of FURNITUR E, as good as new, being but
ittle used, consisting in part as follows: 3 fine
Marbe top Bureaus and Washstands, 2 fmne
Wardrobe, .3 Sofas, 1 Mahogany Frenchm Bed
ste-ad, 1 Book Case, Gentre Tables, Extension
Dining Tables, What Nots, Cottage Bedsteads,
f attrases, Chairs, and itumerdus other articles
too tedious to mention.S.IUD
March 28, 13-1t. _._____D
STATE OFESOUTH! CARLLINA.
U John 7. Pet ersqon, Esq., Ordinary of Yew
VH IEREAS, Elizabeth Herbert baA. applied
to me for Letters of Administration,
on all and singular the goods and chattels,
rights and credits of Chesley WV IIerbert, late of
the District, aforesaid, deceasea : ,
These are therefore to cite and admonish anl
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the said
deceased, to be and appear before .me, at our
next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be
ho,nat Sei wherry Co-oirt Houne, on the 20th day
TO TIlE CITIZENS OF -SOVTN CAR#Zg
The termination of a.sanguinary conteet. J M
for the past f,)ur ve?rs has presented an Lis -
ble barrier to all social or commercial inergr
between the two great se~ctions of our cott
having at length hppffy cleared away al obsW -
-cle to a renewal of those relations wh'!ch formevi
ly bound us t6gether in a,fraternal unic,'t ~t67 - -I
the earliest oppe-rtunity aficorded me ny tri19i
picious event, to greet my Southern frien4da "t
to solicit from them a renewal of thatr extensjr
basiiness connection which for a quarter ofs eeo
turv has been uninterrupted save by the
pPl;Iic clarnity to wbich I have advertfA -
It i scarcel C' i rr, on the hrs -
business re-union, I should repeat- the -an
so often given to my friends;-to bew-re of3
those spurious and deleterious compoulids - -.
under the specious an false iltles of Inp r"
Wines, Brandijes, I-laud Gin, Liquor, e
have been equally destructive to the health 6f
citizens as prejudicial to the interest of th'e~egi
Many years nf my past life have been empen
in an open and candid atttmyt tn expose -thei'e.
wholesale frauds: no time nor R%pense has beer
spared to accomplish this salutary purpose, an'2
to place before my fi iends and the public geners -4
Ily, at the lowest rmarket price, and in such quan
tities.as might suit their convenience, i truly -eh
ulne import-ed article.
Twenty five years business.- transactions*
the largest and most respectable exporting ho
in France and Great 1ritain have aflorded1WeAm
surposed facilities for supplying our boud -
ket with Wines, Liquors and Liqmures of
best and mos approved brands in-Europe, in ad
dit6n *6 i*ny own distillery in Holland for tho
manufacture of the "Schiedam Schnapps."
The latter, so long tested and approted ty
medical Faulties of the United States; West a ~
dies and South Air cri-c :0 Ah invaluable thera
peutic, a wholes3me, pleasant and perfecty i
beverage in all climates and during all seaso- --
quickly excited the cupidity of the hbme INI
ufacturers and venders of a spurious article-! .
der the same name. - -
I trust that I have, after much toil and, f-M,
pense, surrounded all my importations with safe; -
guards and directions which -with ordinary cw- -
umspection will insure their delivery, as I
ceive them from Europe, to ali my- customers.
I would, however, recommend inall cse
where it is poszible, that orders be sent dirftt e
my depot, 22 Beaver Street, New Yt1k, _r jh -
pruchases be made of imy abcredited agent
In addition to a large stock of Wines, Brandie
&c., I have a considerable supply of old tried for
eign wines, embracing vintages of many years -
past, bottled up before the commencement of the -
war, which I can especially recommend to ai .
conneisseurs of th',e rare luxuries.
In conclusion, I would specially call the, eIly
attention of my Southern customers to the s'
vantage to be derived by trnsnmittig hafiWr -or
ders without less of time,or caliing e oaly ia
the depot, in order to insuri the falfiient bf
their orders out of the prsent large and we116'
lected assortment. -
Feb 21-3m 22 Beavel Street, New Yor
The most complete
In Amnerica, can be found at
NEWBEY a H., g
HENRY IL. BLEASE,
Jan 3 1 tf -Propriet
MERCHANTS WOUL~D DO WFPL
To esH~ at
And examine his -.
Tin Ware &Prie*.
Jan 3l1tf -~..~
OLID STOVES and OLD STOV3.
Piping, old Gutters, .okd Roofing
And all old Tin Ware - -
Repaired at short notice, by
.jan .3 1 tf HENRY H."BLEAik
NEW RO&FING, NEW STO~
New Sto've Piping,~ new Guttering
New Tin for Valleys, &c., &c
All fu.rnished and finisbed, wih3ILo
the newest improvemnents, b4
jan 3 1 tf HENRY HI. BEE~A$ - -
Fisk' MIetallic Burisidae
T HE subscriber has just r ceived a.snyt
these Cases, from the ab~ove eelbat4
manufacturer, which are-of-the latest arnd:100%
improved patterns, -andt or elegant Rosveli
fnish, a-nd which he efters at low ratesT t~ d -4w
public. He takes this eecion to say tha tb
have been purchased exclusirelys fot #iIt -I
selling them at only a sinall advance on the. gas
price, that no orders-for the-above Cases will be
attended to unless accotnpanied wiflr the eash.? -
Newberry, 9. C., March 1, 86. -
11T AS returned. from Augustai and is prepared
ILto take any ki:id of PICTURE.
From any, kind of Pictures !
AT THE OLD OPPOSITE THE 00UET EOUE:
'Jan 17 3 tf
Dr. J& E. Dapray,
O FFICE on the North side of Main streer, for:
merly occupied as a la w office by Mr. G.G.
DeWdIt, and opposite Mr. Field Montgorhiery's
Watchmaking and Jewelry store.
Dr. Dapray is pow prepared to perform all pi
rations at the OLD PRICES for CA-H or itA
eq~uivalent. Chiloroform administefed when de
sired. All fillings 1.50, each.
Newberry, June 1. '66.
IV W. BYTJHE WOOD
ArTrmNEER -AND COMMISSION AGENT;