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The Late Fire.
We take the following extracts Irom our
DEFSTRUCTIVE FiRE in NEwBERi-r-We
regrao to learn of such- destruction in New
berry. We persuaded ourselves, when we
first heard of the occurrence, that it was not
so disastrous as then represented. We a're
now reliably informed by the account pub
lished in another column, from the Newberry
Herald, that it was most destructive and al
most ruinous to a large numbei of its citi
zens. We noticed in the account given, that
very little was covered by insurance. It fur,
ther appears that it was the work of an in
cendiary. The wicked wretch who commit
ted this outrageous act, we hope may yet be
brought to justice. We deeply sympathise
with those who have lost so heavily by this
THE NEWAERRY HERALD.-The indomi
table energy of friends Greneker, of that ex
cellent establishment, the Newberry Herald,
iq worthy of remark and patronage. On the
18 h instant nearly every vestige of theirma
terial was consumed in the conflagration of
their town, and yet, in a few days after
wards, they have managed to get out an.,
other sheet-thus scarcely losing one "ptbli
cation day." This, in a ciy, would not be
regarded as much of an achievement; but
in their position, they must have accom
plished it only with great exertion. True,
the sheet issued at present, is not so large as
heretofore, but it contains the cream of the
news of the day, and is highly worthy of
support. But a short time will elapse, we
have no doubt, before the Herald will be full
feathered and properly plumaged. Here's
our hand, friends Greneker; if we can help
you u' the hill, rely upon us.-Patriot &
FIRE AT NEwBERRY -We regret to learn
that a very destructive fire occurred in the
town of New berry, on the 18th instant, which
consumed about twenty five houses in the
bt;siness portion. Among this number were
inc;uded many fine residences. The loss is
estimated at $125,000, on which there was
but little insuraoce. The fire is supposed to
hav been the work of an incendiary. From
the Heraid of last %?eek which reached us in
a "crippled conditioin," we were placed in
possession of the pai ticulars. We sympa
thize with the proprietors of this valuable
Journal, who l(st uheir L-ice and type, and
txpress a hope that it may soon rise from its
ashes and vis;t us agin.-%hester Standard.
THE GREAT FIRE IN NEWBERRY.-In our
baper to day wii be found Jnteresting ac
iounts-tho'ugh very sadly sG!--of the late
0disastrous fire in Newberry. Our honored
-contempor ry, the Kerald, ownod and edited
by the Masrs. Greweker, perished in the
tJmnst gene'al conflagration; but 1;ot forever.
-has already sprung again into ;ife, and
ta- es its welcoMie place among our excAanges.
We doeply sympathize with the 3Messrs.
Gren ke.r it their terrible losses; and at the
same ti.', we beg leave to offer the.n our
congratug' tik:s upon their wonderful mens
agement a ucd energy, displayed in the ao
speedy rest -mtion of the publication of the
Heraid. In t-he number now before us, is a
reliable list' ,)tthe houses, .offices and stores
burned, witi iau .estimate of the worth of
-each-includ itng its contests. We make a
.rongbi reckon iig of the whole loss, and find
it to be aboi at $125,000. Not more than
-$15000 ensure< I. There seems to be but little
doubt that thi, udestructiva fire was the work
of incendiarisn e-Edgefield Advertiser.
FIRE.-Theri nwas a terrible fire in New
berry on Monda T mornmng about 3 o'clock
About twenty-1 'we houses were destroyed,
principally storec 1 Searcely a store survives
the desolating fla sis We understand that
the sold HIotel was burned, and also the office
o~f the "Newheri y~ herald We sincerely
sympathize with .t er CSie village in this
terrible calamity.- . fnderson Appeal, 20th.
OUR ExcHANGES .-The Newberry Herald
exhibits its usual an & commendable energy,
in getting out a very e1eat but small sheet, in
forir days after beiog \mrnt out and loosing
almost everything in i ie great fre, which
laid in ashes, much of the town of Newberry.
Thf e Herald is bound to sueceed. Difficulties,
though appalling, are o vereome, by its active
energy. Our heartfelt s rmpathies are with
our confrere, whose wat chw"ord is 'crippled
but not killed."-Lauren eville Herald.
NEWBERRY.-This pro Sperous town has
been almost devoured b. y the torch of the
incendiary. The loss of g. wods and property
cannot be far from $150,00 4. Our friends of
the "Herald" meet with aln wat a total loss,
but in a few days were able to !ssue a small
sheet. They w~illi improve a: 1 'timeC and cir,
cumstanlces permit. -The peu pIe of Newberry
not only deserve the symipath y of the com
munity, but the substantial ai, I of those who
are able to relieve their immedi ase want-s and
necessities-which are many .
[Keow, le Courier.
NEwBERRY HERALD.-We hender our
sincere condolence to the Proprie 'ors of th is
excellent Journal on the terrible loss the.y
sustained in the late conflagration, and~ trus t
that it may not be long ~before they will
emerge from the conflict "like pui est gold,
thrice tortured in the furnace, ce mies out
more bright, and brings forth all its ' veigt."
The energy and preservance they exhii
most worthily entitle them to the patronm
age and praise of the people of their Die
THE NEWBERRY HERALD AND iTEw
BER7RY.-Whlile on a.brief business visit to
our neighboring town, since the late di:sas
trous fire at that place, we were much grati
fied to see the energy and enterprise shown
by our unfortunate neighbors of the Herald,
Messrs. T. F. & R. H, Greneker. Though
their office was almost entirely consumed,
they succeeded, by dint of much industry
and perseverance, in publishing a _small
sheet, almost before the ashes of their for
mer office had ceased to smoulder. Such
energy deserves support and encouragement,
and, we doubt not. will secure it.
The Herald was one of our most valued
State exchanges, and we hope soon to greet
it again in its usual fair proportions and at
We observed, also, with equal pleasure,
the same commendable enterprise displayed
by many of the merchants who suffered by
thie fire. Brick and rubbish were being re
moved, preparatory to rebuilding, before
they were scarcely cool enough to handle.
.Such evidences of enterprise as this, is truly
refreshing and encouraging in these times
of general despondency and gloom. May
sucsess commensurate with its merits be
meted out to it.-Laurelsville Herald.
A large portion of the town of Newberry,
S. C., was recently destroyed by fire, the
act of an incendiary. Among the sufferers~
are our cotemporaries, of the Herald, who
lost nearly everything; but with a determi
nation to r'ise again they have issued a small
sheet, and will soon resume their original
proportions. We symnpathize with our
friends, and trust the people of that large
and flourishing district will give them the
ample support which their energy and indus.
deserves.-~avannah Daily Advertiser.
NEwBERRY RERALD.-We cheerfully give
place to the.following appeal from the edi
tors of the Newberry Herald, who lost al
most every thing connected with their office,
by the late destructive fire. Their paper is
now a small sheet, printed upon a press
loaned to them by Silas Johustone, Esq.,
whose manner of doing a kind act is always
accompanied with so much delicacy and sin,
cerity, as to relieve the weight of the obliga
tion, while it enkindles in the heart the most
pleasant sensation of gratitude and love.
With such kind friends and with such ener.
gy, as the editors have already exhibited in
the midst of :he most trying circumstances,
-we predict for the bantling a speedy growth
:and a wider sphere of usefulness. We ten
der our heartfelt sympathies to all of our
friends who have suffered by this late disas
It will gratify those of our readers who are
interested in Newberry affairs, to learn that
-mnch active sympathy is being manifested
throughout the 1,tate, for the sufferers by
the late fire. Messrs. Greneker,of the Herald,
have commenced their paper again, and
although its dementions have been much
reduced, its columns bear evidence of the
genreous support of the community. We
trust a helping hand will be extended to the
enterprising proprietors everywhere. Mer,
chants in Charleston and Columbia cannot
have a better advertising medium, than the
Newberry Herald.-Columbia Carolinian.
THE NEWBERRY HERALD.-This enter
prising Paper though burnt out at the late
fire is out again. The sheet is small but full
of in terest. Our contemporary is "crippled
but not killed." We tender our sincere sym
patby and best wishes.-Dar. Southerner.
SOTH CAROLINA.-The South Carolina
pape.rs give the particulars of the late fire at
Newberry, S. G., which ranks as fourth in
size o.f the inland towns, and which is a
place of much importance as the centre of
the cotton growing country of that State.
The fire spread very rapidly, and only
stopped when there was no more to burn. rhe
loss is e.stimated at i200,000, on which there
was but little insurance.
[New York Day-Book.
fisk's ,1AaIic Buiial Cases,
THE subs-criber has just received a supply
of these Cases, from. the above celebrated
manufacture-, whih are of the latest and
most improve.d patt rns, and of elegant Rose
wood finish, and which he offers at low rates
to the public. He te,ke; this occasion to say
that they have been purchased exclusively
for cash. and seling them at only a small
advance'on the cash price, that no orders for
the above Cases will be attended to unless
accompanied wi th the cash
R C. CHAPMAN.
Newberry, S. C., Jul y 25, 1866. 9m.
PER YE AR! we wan t agents every where
to sell our IMPROVE D) $20 Sewing Ma
chines. Three nev i kinds. Under and up
ner feed. Sent oni ti jal. Warran ted five
years. Above salm y on. large commissions
pid. The ONLY If achi nes sold in the Uni
ted States for less th an $40, which are fully
icensed by Howe, yVhenier & Wilson, Gro
ver & Baker, Singer & Co., and Bachelder.
All other cheap machiine s are infrmngements,
nd the seller or user are liable to arreEt, fine
nd imprisonment. Ullus;trated circulars sent
rree. Address, or cal I upon Shaw & Clark~
t Biddeford, Maine , or Chicago, Ill.
July 25 1y.________
No. 103, East Bay, Charlestonl, S. C.
ON T:HE EURO. PEAN SYSTEII,
The boarder er lod ger- renting his room,
and eating where he pleases. Attached to
the house is a fine R ESTAURANT where
the best of fare of an y and every kind ,and
at most reasonable ra tes, can be had. This
plan is extensively cas.ried on in New York
and is found to be. most convenient, and
particularly adapted to business men. The
rooms are large, airy and well furnished,
and every attention will be given to renaer
satisfaction.- May 9, 10-tt.
Wool Carding Notice.
Having thoroughly iepaired our Wool
Carding Machinery and added an entirely
new set, thereby increasing our. ability to
do work promptly, we invite all who feel
disposed to come, and .get their wool card-,
ed the same day.
After the first of Ju ne, we will have a
conveance waiting at Ceda r Spring Station,
on Sprtanburg and Unjion .Railroad, to re
ceive wool sent up by the. train on Tues
iay, Thursday and Satu.rday, of each week.
We guarantee work to give satisfaction as
to quality and dispate.h. The best of oil
for greasing furnished free (,f charge.
TI.Ms-10 cents per pound in specie.
Curreevy and barter of all kinds takeu at
market rprices-but please unuderstand-no
redit. JNO BOAl A R & CO,
Bivingsville, S. C., June 4--23-2nm.
WTIROP B. WILLIAMS,
Formerly Caldwefl, Blakely and Co.
'TON FACTOR AND COMMISSI0N
No 12, ACZCOMMODA TION WHARF.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
te'fer to. Carwile & McCaughrin, who are au
Eorized to make advances uponCotton consigned
t him. -July 25, 5mos.
256, IN THE EEND OF KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THIS pleasantly located House is neW open
for the accommodation of permianent and trans
M rs. A. J. K E TEDY. L. A..RUFF.
July 25, S866.tf
WEY C, DUKES & CO0,
FACTORS & COM.MISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 5, ZXCH ANGE STREE T,
CH A LESToN, S. C.
W M. C. DUKES. T. C. H. DUKES.
JHN R. DUKES. J. M. CARSON.
Referetce.-B. D. BOYD:
U. Y 25, 18g. 2m.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District. Elizabeth A. Hig
gins, Admx. vs. Calvin C.Higgins, and others.
T he creditors of the estate of Francis B. Hig
gins, are required to render in and establish, on
oath. their respective demands. before the Com
missioner, on or before the 1st duy of August
next. SILAS JO1INSTON_\, C.* N.D.
Coms office, July 16, 1866. 2t82.5)
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry Distriet. Sallie A. Thomp
son, Ex'trix, vs. Thomas A. Thompson, et al.
The crelitors of the estate of Dr. Tho5. W.
Thompson, deceased, are required to render in
and establish, on oath, their respective demands,
before the Commissioner. on or before the first
day of August next.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c E N.D.
CoMs Office, July 16. 1863. 2tS2.5.
TILE STATE OF SOUFti CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District. John A. Hen
drson vs. Sally Henderson and other:.
The creditors of James 31. Henderson. decs'd.
are hereby required to render and establish their
respective demands, on oath.before the Commis
sioner, on or before the 1st day of August next.1
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c:.N.D.
Coms office, July 16th, 1866. _tS2 50.
THE STATE OF SOU[II CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District. Sarah C. Gary,
Admx. of H. W. Gary, deceased, vs. John B.
Carwile and others.
The creditors of Hillary W. Gary, decenced,
are hereby required to render and establish their
respective demands, on oath. before the Cowm
missioner, on or before the 1st day of Av;--st,
1866. SILAS JOHNSTONE, C.E.N.D.
Coms office, July 16th, 1866. 2tQ2.50.
THE STATE OF SOUrII CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District. Elizabeth A.Payne,
vs. Jno. W. Payne and S. B. Chappell.
The creditors of the estate of Elihu Payne, de
ceased, are required to render and establish, on
oath, their respective demands, before the Com
missioner, on or before the first day of Septem
ber next. SILAS JOHNSTONE, C.E N.D.
Coms office, July 16,1866. .t*7
THE STAI'E OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District Jno. S. Birge and
L. B. Maffett, admrs. vs. Wm. Bridges and
The creditors of the estate of Wiley Bridges,
deceased, are required to render and establislh,on
oath, their respective demands before the Com
missioner, on or before the first ot September
rext. SILAS JOU - STONE, C.E.N D.
Coms office, July 16, 1866. 7tS7
THE STATE OF SOUrH CAIZOLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District. Aron D. Bur
ton, vs. Amelia Blurton, K-,.y Burton. Admrs.
The creditors of Robert Burton, decea-ed, are
hereby requir d to render and establish their
respective demands. on oath, before the Con
missiorer, on or before the first day of Septem
ber, 1866. SILAS JOHINSTON, C.E.N D.
Coms office, July 16, 866. t'7
ME STATE OF SOUrH CAROLI\A-ln
Equity-Newberry Di-trict. Ludy H. Little
and wife, vs. S-imuel W Reid -Ad R. 11. Wil
liais and wife.
The creditors of Joseph Reid. deceased. are
hereby required to render and establish their
respective demands. on oath. before the Coni
missioner. on or befor- t he 1st Oct., 1866.
SILAS JOHINSTO.\E, C.E N.m.
Corns office, July 19, 1866. 3 mS$12
THE 'STATE OF SOUyH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Ne vberry Dist rict-W.- C.- (oggans,
by his next friend, vs. Susan F. Goggans,
The cr-editors of William D. Goggans, deceas
ed, are hereby required to render und establish
their respective demands, on oath.. before the
Commissioner. on or berore th e 1st day of Octo.
ber, 185i6. SILAS JOHNSTONE, c Ec.N D.
Corns office, July 13. 1866. 3m$12
THE STATE OF SOUTHi CAROLINA-In
Equity-.r ewherry D istrict. W.- H. I1ar ;ington
and others, Extors, ys. -Helen O'Neall, and
The creditors of Hon. John 'Belton O'.xeall, de
ceased. are hereby required to render and estab
lish their respective demands, ott oath, before
the Commissioner. ont or before the first dayv of
September. 1866 >ILA& JOdNSTONE, ..N D.
Comis office, July 1 th 186J6. -. m$12.
THE STATE OF SOUTH1 CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry Di-.trict. Dafvid H. Buz
hardt, Adm'r. vs. Catharine liuzhardt, Sarah
Jones, et al.
The ct-editors of Samuel Jefferson lRuchardt,
are hereby required to render and esta.blish
their respective demands, on oath, be:ore the
Commisioner. on or before the 1st day ot' Octo
ber, 1866. 'SILAS JOHNSI ONE, c.E~ N.D.
Corns o ffice, July 1tth. 1866. 3m 13
The State of South Carolina, New berry
District-In Equity. Richard V. Gist
and Wife and others, v. Osian A.
Ruthei ford, Adonr. & others.-Bill for
Partition of Land.
The creditors.of Dr. Thos. B. Roth
erfr r-d, deceased, are recquired to renider
on oath and establish tihir deman tds be
fe the CommtIissionter o f this Gour-t, on
or before the first day of Se;ymibe, 186>6.
SIL AS JOIH NST ON E, C.E.N.D.
Com's Office, 12 June, 1866.
The State of South Carolina, Newberry
District In Equity, Relen O'Neall v Wal
tr II. Hugt, Bill for Dow.-r.
It appearing to my satisfaction that Wal
ter Her-bert Hunt,the defendant in thisecase,
resides beyond the limits of this State.
It is therefore Ordered, on muotion of Mr.
Baxter, Comp. Sol., that the said defend
ant plead, answer or demur to the bill in
this ease, within three mtonths frotm t he
date hereof, or the same will be taken pro
confesso against himn.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, C. E. N. D.
Commti's office, May Th d, 1866.
May 3t) 3m $15.
Tle State of South Carolina, Newberry Dis
trict. In the Court of Comimon Ple's,
E 'e Parte Abraham llarris-Petitioni for'
the benefit of the Insolvent Debtors Acts.
Abraham(1 Harris, who is itn tIle custody of
the Sheriff of said District, by virtue of an
order for bail at the suit of Ilartmnan &
Strous, having filed in my office, together
with a schedule on oath, of his estate and
property, his petition to the Court of Comn
mo: Pleas; praying that he may be ad
nitted to the benefit of the Acts of 'the
General Assemnbly,matfde for the relicef of in
solvent Debtors: It is ordered that the
said Ilartman & Strous and all others, the
creditor's to whom thte said Abraham Harris
is indebted in any wise, be and appear, be
fore the said Court, at Newber-ry Court
House, on Wednesday the seventeenth day
of October next, to show cause, if any they
can, why the said Petition should not be
granted. E. P. L AKE, C. C. P.
Clerks officee, Newberry, July 6th 1866.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween Slider & Greneker in the publication
of the "Rising Sun" was dissolved by .mu
tual consent, January 14t 1853
SLIDER & GRENEKER.
The books of account and notes of the con
ern are in the hands of the subscriber.
Laces, Embroideries, &c.
L R. READ & CO.,
26G.King-street, Charleston, S. C.,
IrATE just received a full assortment of
consisting in part of
B7.ack and colored Dress Silks, Moza-m
hque;, Leno Muslins, Granadine Bareges,
Poplinets,3arege.Anglaise, black and color
ed Taniertines, French and English Lawns
and Organdie Muslins, French and English
Camibrics and Prints, Ginghams, &c.
WHITE ,o DS.
A large and well selected stock of White
Goode, Laces and Em .roideries, Fancy
Goods, Dre2s Trimmings, &c.
CL;/S & MANTILLAS.
Cloaks, Mantillas, Basques and Shawls, in
every variety suitable to the season.
April 18, 16. Jan. 24-1y.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
Formerly Bancroft's Old Stand.
(2S7 King street,3 doors belowWen tworth.)
WE have now ope.ned a Splendid Stock
of SPI"NG GGOODS, English, French and
American, whieb are of the most desirable
styles the Marl:et can afrord.
To Planters furnishin-- the Freedmen,
eitber for clothing or for lirter %Wit them,
our Wholesale I-oom11s offer every induce
mntcil. Planmation Good& in every variety.
Thi in a bu. season with the Planter
and lie not aIe to visit our city, orders
aeyompaied v.ith city reference will meet
with prompt attention.
N. B. Samph-s with price lists sent to any
prt-r of the Sate.
Our st:oc coisists in part of'
Nhite Osuiiburgs, S'rired 0-r:airgs, Blue
Denim is, Browni Shit. ;.3, Lon g ( loth s, Fine
Se iuIlnd Brown.u i;:tunZ-, Pi'rj Iiomne
amti Glojves, Irii-h Lies by te Pie ce,
TVowels and Toweling~ in a. 1 var.e'ies, Lini
en Daunasks, all sa: eicus, Calices, in all
qualities, D)omestie Gingiu 's, Fine Scotch
Gin gham s, Dress Goods, ; or Sprinig, Spring
Silks, Colored Muslin, in every variety,
WXhite Goods, all kinds, Black Goods, all
kinds, Farmer's Brown Linen Duck, Farm
er's Brown ard White Drill, Fancy Drills
a.mnl Gottonades. Togeth:er with every other
varierv to I e found in our line0, which
we offer at the' lowest ca.ih p:rces, atWhole
sale and Reta;i.
We wou:d resm~rc-f:lv c..ll the at-enution
of the Planter.=, Merchan ts and Jhe citizens
generally:, of Nex6 erry District, to our ad
ver;isemelnt, a*i olitcit a call from them
shouldl ther visi: the city. All Domestic
Goods are soid at a very smnall advance
on agents prices, by
Stoil, Webb & Co.,
H. C. S'rOLL. Charleston. No. 287 Kiing-st.,
CuARL x8 WEDB, "3 doors below
H. C. W ' LKE R, " )Wentworth,
April18S Jan241y. Char eston,S. C.
HUNT & BRO.,
8 I1P P , 0MM!80N& Fli!
. WXARDJING MERGHJANTS,
Accommcodation Wharf, Charleston, S.C,
L. F. IlUNT, (Formerly of Newberry
J. HI. HUN T, Jr., j G. HI., S. C.)
Promptly forward 'all Merchmansdize con
signed( to us arriving ini the City from
Northern or Foreign Ports.
We will give strict attention to Sale
and Purchase of Cotton, Rig, Flour, &e.
f Liberal advances on consignments.3~.
References -G. WV. W illiams & Co.,
Charleston., S. C.; Runs-ell & Ellis W Vilming
ton, N. C.; Bigelow & Sam gent, Balt imore;
Lthouiry, Wickershiamu & Co. Phila de lphia;
N. L. McCready &Co., New Y ork ;Ray &
Walter, Boston :G. WX. (Garmany, Savannah,
Ga., G. R. Wilson, Esq., Norfolk, Va.
Persons consigning to us must make
deposits inl tihe city to pay Ship and Railroa.d
Frei ghts, or their goods will be phwced in
store. HUNT & BRO.,
Jan 31 Charleston, S. C.
PHENIX IRON WORKS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
ALL kinds of Mill Castings, (Saw and
Grist,) Railings for Houses, Garden, Grave
Yards, Sugar Mills, Boilers, Machine Works
and Agricultural Implements manufactured.
Orders are solicited and executed on cheap
terms. ~M. G OLDSMITH,
- ~ P. KIND.
March 21, 1866-12-1y.'
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THIS popular and well known Hotel has
been newly furnished throughout by the
pre'ent Proprietor, who has been sixtccn
years connected with the establishment.
W. WITE, PtOPrIETr.
GEORGE G. MIXER, Superintendent,
CHA&RLES A. MILLER, Cashier.
April 4, 1866-14.
E D, VALENTINE &GOt,
No. 15 Maiden Lane, New York,
GOLD PENS, CASES, &c.,
Are now prepared to offer to jobbers and
retail dealers the CHEAPEST PENS IX
Ti HE MARKET. Tbe pens are of different
sizes from Nos. 1 to 9, inclusive.
The prices of.VALENTINE & CO.'S first
quality Gold Pens, without cases, and war,
ranted for one year, except against acci
dent, is as follows:-No. I Pen, $1 25;
No. 2 Pen, $1 50; No. 3 Pen, $2 00; No. 4
Pen, $2 25 ; No. 5 Pen, $275 ; No 6 Pen,
$3 50 ; No. 7 Pen, $4 50; No. 8 Pen, $5 50;
No. 9 Pen, $7. All our first quality Pens
are stamped "E. D. Valentine & Co."
The Above Pens in Solid Silver Extension
Cases, with Pencils.
For $200, a No. 1 pen, 1st quality.
For $2 50, a No. 2 pen, 1st quality..
For 83 25, a No. 3 pen, 1st quality..
For $3 75, a No. 4 pen, 1st quality..
For $4 50, a No. 5-pen, 1st quality.
For $5 75, a No. 6 pen,.1st quality.
The Same Gold Pens in Gold Plated Ebony
Desk Holders and Morocco Cases.
For $2 00, a No. 2 pen, 1st quality.
For $2 75, a No. 4 pen, 1st quality.
For $3 50, a No. 5 pen, 1st quality.
For $4 00, a No. 6 pen, 1st quality.
For 55 75, a No. 7 pen, 1st quality.
For $7 25, a No. 8 pen, 1st quality.
For $s 00, a No. 9 peu, 1st quality.
Second Quality Pens-Not Warranted.
Our second qualityeens are stamped "E.
Davis & Co.," and are carefully made, hav
ing the sainepoints as aur first quality pens,
the only material difference being in the
quality of the gold. The prices of these
pens are as follows:-No. 2 pen, 75c.; No.
3 pen, $1 o( ; No. 4 pen, $1 25 ; No. 5 pen,
1 50 ; No. 8 pen, $175.
The Above Pens in Silver Plated Extension
Cases, with Pencils.
For $1 25, a No. 2 pen, 2d quality.
For $1 50, a No. 3 pen, 2d quality.
For s1 75, a No. 4 pen, 2d quality.
For $2 25, a No. 5 pen, 2d quality.
For $2 75, a No. 6 pen, 2d quality.
Our pens rank thr.jughout the country as
eq.al, if not superior, to any goald pens
manufactured, not only for their writi ng
q'ualities, but durability and eleganb finish.
Tie greatist care is used in their manufac
ture, and none are sold with the slightest
iniperfection wvhich skill can detect. We
would call the attention of the dealers to
the celebrated PAUL BRETON Wat -h, form
n hiehi we Care tbc sole agents for the U"nited
States. We have them in silver and gold
Joflbers, retailers, jeweiers, s.nd all deal
ers in our line throughout the country, aro
requested tosend for a circular. Address
E. D. VALENTINE & Co.,
Manuf-icturers and Wholesale dealers in
Gold Pens, Jewelry ;ind Watchien,
No. 15 Maiden Lane Ne w York.
may 30u ly
MIL LS' HO USE,
CORNER QUEEN AND MEETING STS,
Charleston, S. C.
T BIS popular and well-known house is
now tuliv open fo~r the reception of visitors,
having been refurniished with u~w. and
elegant Fusrniture throughout ; and offers
te the traveller,as a FIRST CL ASS HOTEL,
accommo)dationIs and conveniences not to
be equalled by any North or BSouth. The
patronage of the traveling public is respect
PRates of Board, per day, $4 ; Board per
month as may;I be agree on'.
JOSEPH PURCELL, Proprietor.
A MONTH!-AGENTS wanted for sie en
tirely ne w azuncles, just out. Address. 0.T
GA2. ityBilig Biddeford, Me.