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The Confederate Flag.
Take that banner down, 'tis weary,
Round its staff 'tis drooping dreary,
Fur! it, bide It, let it rest ;
For there's not a man to wave it
For there's not a soul to lave it
In the blood that heroes gave It.
Furl it, hide it, let it rest.
Take that banner down, 'tis tattered;
Broken is its staff, and shattered,
And the valiant hearts are scattered
Over whom it floated high.
Oh ! 'tis bard for us to fold it
Hard to think there's none to hold it
Hard that those. who once unrolled it,
Now must furl it with a sigh.
Furl that banner, farl it-sadly;
Once six millions hailed it gladly,
Ana ten tho:isand, wildly, moadly,
Lwore it should for ever wave
S vore Ih'it foem::r's sword should never
Hearr- like theirs entwined dissever,
And1 that flai shicj float forever
O'er their freedom or their grave I
ur? t, for the hands that ?rasped it,
And tue h:ars that fonelly clasped it,
C, l1 ard dead are lying now;
.Ard that bainnir-it is truiling,
W bIle arou.nd i-, soun:is the wailing
01 its peCop'! in t eh- woc;
For, thougi conqcred, they adore It,
Love t!he coni, dk:l hinds that bore it,
A r weep for hore who fel before it,
Ob! bow wi'dly they deplore it,
No. to f2ri and fold iu so.
Far that hancr, tru, 'ts gory,
But 'tis wreathed around with glory,
And "wiEl live in song and story
Though its foids are in the dust;
C or i:s fame, on brizhcst pages
Sin. by poets. penned 1 :ages
ih I: go :-ounding down to ages,
Fi:r its f.Als though nov we mnst.
FP: tha' bann-r-zo1rly, slowly;
F m-. 1 <I n t:y , i is lio ly,
Tone It ot, inr:l i never.
Lft it droop ther. fur e.d fore vc'r,
F or its people's hopes are fled.
'TOES I OSPITAL Pa.rIsNT.--Or
cxcines, by :hveth.g our ouery, may
bing jty to set fnd hert, that
:ourrs desd tr ufor1unate man
whom we saw at the hospital in this
c1ace &.n yesterday. So sad a picture as
his nxI s f;ce prcoIts it has not often
been our lot to !'ok ur.on. No ace unt
whatever can be h re d of himn ,ere.
When the Enited States fo:ces took pos
r,ession of Talinhassee they found this
man in the (then) Confederate hospital.
and he has rnot been heard to speak since.
Bis face ever' wears an expression of:nmqtt
anxious care. The momuent any one
enters his room he ton ns with an implo
rmng glance, intenisihed by an expression
of fear. Oh! that look can never he for
zotten-so full of petil ion, dread and woe.
He wrings his hands incessantly, and
seemns just uttering some earnesti equest,
but never speaks. Repe-ated efforts have
been made to induce him to write. But
he takes the pen mechanically, as he
does everything else, and gazes up into1
vour face with that same earnest look of
undefined supplication and dIread.
When he is left alone with his food he
eats heartily, and until recently his gene
-rtl. health has been gzood. 1-ie is now a
little emaciated. Occasionally he has
been knlown to creep stealthily to his
window, and open it canutiously. But in
doing so be seemed to dread some
We3 have made considerable inquiry
about him in the city, and can gather no
clue as to the exact time when he was
was brepght to Tallahassee, or fromi
where. One account supposes that he
was brought up hcre a month or two be
fore the surrender from the hospital in
Monticello. Another says that some
Confederate soldier, who has seen him
here, remembers that he saw him in the
Natural Bridge fight-that he was then
wearng' a Major's star, and that he fought
bravely. Hie supposes that the explo
sion of a sheil near' his head paralyzed
his speech and deprived him' partially of'
It is strange that he shon!d haveY re
ma;ned here so long without being iden
tified. He is a man of commanding fig
ure, we should think six feet one or two
inches in height, if strong anid robust
would weigh about ; pounds, seems to
be between 35 and 40 yearis of age, has a
prominent forehead, dark hair, a large
gray eye, anid rather promiinent nose.
He is as docile as a child, ObeYIng mue
chanically every command-and w t
* such an expression as wonld move a
beart of stone -Tallahassee Sentinel.
D1?FRnEN~cE OF TIME AT PP.ouIstsT
PorxS.--The inaugnration of submarine
telegraphic communication by mneans of
the Atlantic cable, makes it interesting
to inquire into the difference of time in
the various cities in different par'ts of the
world. When it is 12 o'clock high noon
at New York it is 55 minutes and 42
seonds after 4 (P. M.) at London ; 57
minutes and 20 seconds after G (P. M.) at
St. Petersbur'g; 17 minutes 24 seconds
after 7 (P. M.) at Jerusalem ; 51 minutes
ana 44 seconds after 6 (P. M.) at Con
stantinople ; 40 minutes and 32 seconds
after 4 (P. M.) at Madrid; 31 minutes
and 20 seconds after 5 (P. M.) at Bremen;
30 minutes and 54 seconds after 4(P. M.)
at Dublin ; and 41 minutes and 24 sec
onds after 6 (P. M.) at Florence.
The difference of time betwcen the ex
treme east and west points of the U nited
States is .3 hours and 50 minnutes. In the
China Sea, between Singapore and China,
it is midnight when it is noon at New
By some curious coincidence, it ap
p-ears that the coming year, 1867. has
been fixed upon by Mahommedans, Brah
mins, and various other sects, as well as
by some- few Christians, as a period in
the history of the un.iverse to be marked
by so~nio treat and m, vC~ir~t5 charge.
THE CHOLERA IN NEW YoRK.-The ep
idemic of cholera in New York is steadily
increasing as the season advances, though
it does not as yet prevail as a pestilence.
Thus far it has obeyed the laws of epi
demic contagions closely. From the foul
dens of the tenant house and cellar popu
lation it has gone by a natural law to the
alinshouses and prisons, and to the de
pots for troops on the islands near New
York. From these latter depots it has
been carried on army transports to Tvbee
Island and to Galveston, and recognizing
the portable character of the disease the
Secretary of War has forbidden the re
1moval of troops from any of the islands
about New York, and has placed them
a!) under rigid quarantine The Tribune
of Saturday says:
"We regret to state that the cholera
does not dimini.,h, but, on the contra!y,
has very materiaily increased during the
past week. The total number of deaths
in the city, including the public institu
tionr,s, for the week ending to-day will
not he known before Monday, but one
hundred and twenty had occurred up to
5 P. M., yesterday. The virulence of the
disease can only be known by cormpa
ring the number who have died with the
number who have been attacked, and no
accurate or trustworthy returns of the
latter class have vet been made. Day be
fire yesterday there were seventeen
deat'is and seventeen adnis;ions into the
cholera ward of the hospital on Ward't
Island. Three persons had been dis
charged and forty-one remained under
treatrncn. On Biackwell's Island, where
the disease has been particularly malig
nant, the best account that can be given
from the rather incoherent reports thius
far reidered, shows fiftt-seven deaths
out of eighty-two cases, which is a very
CA DEcI.1NEf.-IL is understood that
the Rev. Dr. Broadus, Professor of New
Te,tamnent Literature and interpretation,
arid of Pnl pit Homileties in the G3reen
vile Ti.ological InstilutiOn, who li:is re
cently ben called to the Presidency of
the Richmond (Va.) College, will not ac
cept the cal. This wi!l be gratifying
news to the friends of theological educa
tion, both in our own und other Southern
States. The amiability, modesty and
ample learning of Dr. Broad us, have se
cured to him a high place in the estima
tion of the Christian pub*lie, and we are
glad to know that his valuable services
wil not be lost to our' State. The South
ern States, including those on the border
will conttinueC to support the Seminary,
and it is emninenrtly desirable that no
member shnil he withdrawn fromt the
present excellent corp~s of Professors.
Little Lizzv's father and mother were
looking at soine pictures in which little
naked angels were gnite conspicuous.
"Lizzy, dear, if you are a good girl, arnd
go to heaven, you will be like these an
gels." Lizzy looked up with a lip that
told at (*hee that she didn't a ppreciate the
promise, and said :"I want to be better
dressed] than that whben I go to heaven."
WiIllam Johnstone, (Freedman) most res
spectfully announces to the citizens of News
berry and surrounding country that he is
prepared to make complete, new mattrasses,
and repair old ones. He will warrant all
work to give entire satisfaction. Hie can
refer to a number of ladies and gentlemen.
Please leave orders with Mr. Silas John,
stone, Comn. in Equity, or at the llerald Ofs
ice. July 23 tf.
WHTHR~OP B. WILLIAMS,
Formerly Cald.well, Blakely and Co.
OTTON FACTOR AND, COMMiS-ION
MlER GHAN T
No 12, Acco3IMoDATION WHARF,
CHARLES IO', S. C.
Refer-s to 'I i- & McCaughrin, who are au
thoized to make aavances uponiCottoo consigned
to him. July 25, 5mos.
E M P I RE
SEWINAG6 MAC H/NE CII.
P'riciipal Oilice, i;16 Broadway,
Great Tmprovement in Sewing Mahchines. Em
ire Shuttle. Crank Motion Sewing Mnchines.
Iis thus ;rndered noisees in action. Its mfO
tion being all positive, it is not ]iable to get out
of order, It is the best Famnily Machine. No
tice is c,alled to our uem and Improved Mannfac
turing Machine, for Tlailors and Uoot Makers
and Shoe Fitters. Agents wanted, to whom a
iberal disconut will be give:i. No Cousign,
EMPIRlE SEWING MACHINE CO.
aug 8 2mi
Dns. RUFF & POPE,
HAVING formed a Partnership for the
prctice of 51edicine and Surgery, respectfuly
render their services to the citizens of the
rown and District of Newberry.
They cant be found during the day at their
ffice over Moj. L. J. Jones' Law Office.
Dr. Ruff can be found at night at his
Dr. Pope can be found at night at the
esidencc of Mrs. Helcn O'Neall.
Newberry C. H., S, 0., July 25, 1863 2m
Not;cc to Trespassers.
I forewarn all persons, white or black,
lay or night,from Hunting or Fishing on my
Plantation. W.-B3. McKELLER.
WILLIAM R. SPEARMAN,
Attorney at Law-Law Range, New
berry, G. Hi., S. G.
fers his services to the citizens of this
md adjoiNing districts. June 27
Y. Ji. POPE,
ATTORNEY AT L AW&MA GISTRATE,
Offers his P'rofessional services to the Citizens
>f Newberry and peo:ning Districts. Ofiice~
~ law Thng~ - JuW 25 2t.
TH? S ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District. James Speer vs.
Mary Galloway and others. Bill for Partition.
By order of the Court, I will sell, betore the
Court House, on the first'Monday, in Septem
ber.1S66, the real estate of Jesse Speer, deceased,
consistin_g of a tract of land situated in New
berry District, on Beaver Dam Creek, contain
ing one hundred and twenty-live acres, more or
less. b.unded by lands of Andrew J. Long
shore, Jno T. Peterson and Mary Galloway.
Terms-The purchaser will be required to give
bond, with at least two good lureties to secure
the putchase money. payable at twelve mnonths,
with in erest from diy ofsale, and to pay the
costs of these proceedings in cash.
Commissioner's Office, SILAS JOHN STONE,
6 Auzust, 1866. c...6.D.
Aug S 4tS, O0
TIlE srATE OF SOUrn CAROLINA-In
Equity-NWberry District. Jr,l,hn A. 1lender
son v Sully Heuder,on and others--Bill for
It appears to my satisfaction that Jo=eph W.
Caldwe!l and 3lartha E. his wiie res:(le beyond
the linits of this state, on motien of Mr. Fair
It is ordered that the said sent defendants
do plead, answer or demur to the bill tiled in the
above stated case, within three month's frcn the
date hereof. or the same will be taken pro con
fesso against them.
SILAS JOIINSTONE, C. E. N. D.
Coms. ofl ce. July 25th 1836O.
Aug. 1 3mS12.
THE STATE OF SOUriI CAROLINA-Tn
Equ ity-Newberry District. Elizabeth A.Payne,
vs Ju~o. W. 1nlvlte ant S B +happell.
The creditors oft he estate of Elih;u l'ayne, de
ceased. are required to tender and establish. on
oath, their respective demands. before the 'on
missioner, on or before the ist day of Septen
ber next. SILAS J011NSON E, C.E N D.
Coms cfice, July 16,1?66. 7t$7
TIIF STA!E OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District Jno. S. Birge and
L. L.'M,flett, adtmtrs. vs. Win. Bridges and
The creditors of the estate of Wiley Bridges,
deceased. are r; quired to render and e,tablish,on
o:h. their respec"tive demands before !he Con
missioner, on or before the first or September
iext. SILAS .JOH STONE. c.r:.t D.
Corns office. July 16, 1866. 7tsT
TlE STATE OF SOU 111 CAfOL1NA-In
Equity-Newlerry District. Aaron D. Bur
ton, vs. Amlia lurton, Kay Burton. AdImrs.
'I he creditors of R;obert Burton, deceased. are
hereby requir. d to render and e-talislh their
respective demands. on oath, before the Coin
mi,sio,er. on or before the first day of Septem
Ler, IS6. SILAS J01INSTONE, c,r:.t D.
Coins uffice. July 16, 866. 7 t$7
riE STATE OF SOUI'iI CATOLIA-In
Equity-Newberry Di-tric!. Lady 11. Little
and wife, vs. Samuel W. 1:eid and R. H. Wil
liams and wife.
The creditors of Joseph Reid, deceaced. are
hereby r<quired to render and c tah|ish their
respective demands. on oath. be:'oe the Ccru
mu:isiu:er, out or befor, the 1st Oct.. 1860.
SILAS JOIINSTO\E, c.E :.D.
Corns office, July 1J. 1866. 3 ni$12
THlE STATE OF SOU1lI CAr,OLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District-W. C. Gogans,
by' his next Iriend, vs. Sus n F. Goggans,
The creditors of William D. Goggar.s, decens
ed, are heteby required to render and establishi
their respective uemnands, ou oath. before the
Commissioner. ou or before the 1st day of Octo.
her, 18-;6. SI LAS JOdHN SI'ONE, c E:.N D.
Comns office, July 10). 18663. ~ 3mSi12
TIIE STATE OF S0UFI1 CAROLlNA-Tn
Equity-4 -ewher'ry District. W. H. 1iarrington
amil others, Ex'ors, ys. Heleu O'Neall, and
The creditors of Hion. John lBeiton O'Neall, de
ceased, are hereby required to render and estab
lish their respective demnands, on oath, before
the Commissioner, on or before the fiint day of
Sept ember. 1866 $IL A 6JOrtN STON E,c.v.N D.
Corns eflice, July 1.th 1866. :m$S12.
THlE STAT1E OF SOUTHl CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry Di.-trict. David H. Buz
hardt, Adrn'r. vs. Catharine liuzhiardt, Sarah
Jones, et al.
The creditors of Samuel Jefferson Buzhardt.
are hereby rcquired to render and estab!i-hu
their resp'ective demands, on oath, be:ore the
Commi-sionier, on or before the lsr. (day of Octo
ber,18U6. SILAS JOlINStONE, C.E NJ.
Corns office, July 1Uth.18S66. 3mS12
The State of South Carolinn, Newberry
District-In Equity. Richard V. Gist
and Wife and others, v. Osian A.
Ruthel ford, Ador. & others.-B3ill for
Partition of Land.
The creditors of Dr. Thos. B. Ruth
erferd, deceased, are required to render
on oath arnd establish their demiands be
fore the Commissioner of this Court, on
or before the first day of Sepemrber, 18663.
SIL AS JOIINSTONE, C.E.N.D.
Corn's Omeie, 12 June, iS8i.
The State of So-uthi Carolina, Newbherry
Districet In Equity, Helen O'Neall v Wal
ter HI. H aat, Bill for Dower.
It appearing to my satisfaction that Wal
ter' Herbert Huint,the defendant in this ca.e,
resides bevond the limits of this Staute.
It is theirefore Ordered, on motion of Mr.
Baxter, Comap. So!., that the said defehnd
ant, plead, answer or demur to the bill in
this ease, within thbree muonth!s from the
date hereof, or the same wil be taken pro
confesso uagainst him.
~SI LAS JO?1 NSTONE, C. E. N. P.
Comm's ofilee, May' 2!d, 1866.
The State of South Carolina, Newbe'rry Dis
trict. In the Court of Common Pless,
Es Parte Abraham Hlarris-Petition for
the benefit of the Insolve'nt Debtors Ae's.
Abraha m H1ari, who is ini the ca.st ody of
the Sheriff said Distrier, by vitu of an
order for bail at the suit of Haurtmnan &
Strous, havinug filed in rmy office, together
with a schedul e on oath, of' his estate and
property, his petit ion to the Court of Com-.
mo.. Pleas ; praying that he may be ad
n.itted to the benefit of the Acts of the
General Assembly,nmade for the relief of in
solvent D)ebtors: It is ordered that the
said fuartmnan & St rous a nd all (other's, thet
creditors to whom the said Abraham Ha rris
is indebted in any wise, be and appear, be
fre the said Court, at Newberry Court
House, oni Wednesdayv the seven teen th day
of October next, to show cause, if anyv they
can, why the said Petition should niot be
granted. E. P. LAKE, C. C. P.
Clrks offiee, Newberry, July 6th 1866.
NO TICE is hereby given .that application
will be made at the next session of the Leg
isature, to vest in B. F. L:andrum, all the '
right, title and interest of Christian Breiths
aupt, dec'd, or of his heirs, in and to the
tract of land lying in Edigetield District, ont
waters of the Savanrnah River, and Horse
Creek, and bonndcd by lanris of Kessiah
Sweorngaree. A. C. Turner and othe.rs,latel
occupied by Bartlett W. IHatcher, dec'd, de
vised to him by his father, John Hatcher,
dec'd. Said land having been escheated to
the State of Soth Carolina. July 18 Sm.
Jo!im A. Chapman,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity,
Will attend to all basines8 entrusted to his
care. Office at Booikstore.
Newberr'~' (" IT.. S C. Jn~- 2~ tf
Laees, Embroideries, &e.
J. R. READ &- CO.,
263 King-street, Charleston, S. C.,
[IAVE just received a full assortment of
consisting in part of
Black and colored Dress Silks, Mozarn
biqes, Le-no _lusliiis, Granadine Bareges,
P1li;nets,Barege Anglaise, black and color
ed~TaIertinies, French and English Lawns
;ld Organdie Muslins, French and English
Cambrics and Prints, Ginghams, &c.
A large and well selected stock of White
Good,, Laces and EI .roideries, Fancy
Goods. Dre,s Triminpig;, &c.
CLOC(S & MANT/LLAS.
Cloaks. Mantillas, Bia-ques and Sha1111s, in
every variety suitable to the season.
April 18, I.. Jan. 24--1v.
STOLL, WEBB. & CO.
Formerly Bancroft's Old Stand.
(287 King street,3 doors belowWentworth.)
WE have now opened a Sp-iendiol Stock
of SPRING GUODS, English, French and
American, which are of the most desirable
styles the Market.ean afford.
To Planters furnisiiug the Freedmen,
either for clothing ov for'barter witi them,
our Wholesale Roonis offer every induce
meat. Plantation Good- in every variety.
This being a busy season with the Planter
and be not able to visit our city, orders
accompanied with city reference will meet
with p-ompt attention.
-. B. SalltICs with price lists sent to any
part of the State.
Our stoc: consists in part of
"t,hire Osn aur;.s, Striped 0Orahvrgs, Blue
Denim:s, Brow n Shirtings, Long ('loths,Fine
Set L.l;ndj, Brown rhirtings, Plaid Home
spuns, Striaped Homespuu, Bleached and
Brownt Sheetings, Bleached and Brown
Drilis, B'aek French Br oad Cioth, Hosiery
andi G!oves, Iriih Linens by tt.e Piece,
Tj~owels anrd Towi'~ng in all varieties, Lin
en Da masks, all vartietics, Calicoes, in all
qualities, Domestie Ginighamis, Fine Scotch
Ging(h)ams, Dr'ess Goods, :or Spring, Spring
Silks, ( olored M uslin, in every va riety,
Wh ime Goods, all k.:inrds, Black Goods, all
kin ds, F"armer*'s .Brown iin4ren Ductik, Fau:m-~
er's B3rown ard WVhite Drill, Faney' Dr ills
anid Gottonades. Together with e~veryj othier
variety to be found in car line, which
we offer at the lowest cash prices,-atWhole
sale aind Retail.
We wou;d respectfuilly call the attention
of the P'lanters, Merchatnts and the citizens
generally, of Newberry 'Distri ct, to our ad
verticement, and soli--it a call from them
should they visit the eitv. All Domestic
Goods are- sold at a very sm.all advance
on agents prices, t:y
Stoll, Webb & Co.,
HT. C. S'roLL, Charleston.) No. 2S7 King-st.,
CAR:LES WEPRE, " 3 doors beloW
H. C. W iLKuu, " ) Went worth,
April1 S.Jan24Iy. Char esfon.8. C.
HUNT & BRO.
SHIPPING, COMMISiN & FQllE
Acommnodation Wharf, Charleston, S.C.
I. F. HUNT, j(Formerly of Newberr'y
J. I. UUN T, Jr., jC. H., S. C.)
Promptly forward all Merchrandize con
si gnted to us arniving in the City from
Northern or Foreign Ports.
We will give strict attention to. Sale
nd .Purchase of Cotton, Rice,~Flour, ke..
7~Liberal advances on consgnmnts.E
References.-G. W. Williams & Co-.,
Charleston, S. C.; Russell & Ellis, Wilminrg
on, N. C.; Bigelow & Sargent, Baltimore;
Lthkur, Wickershi n & Co., Philadelpahia;
N'. L. 2lcCreatdy &Co., Newv York~ ; IRy &
Walte, Boston ; G. WV. Garmany, Savannah
Ga., G. RI. Wilson, Esq., Norfolk, Va.
Persons consigning to uts must rmake
ieposits in the city to pay Ship and Railrnad
Freights, or their goods will he~ pic.ti ini
store. UUNT & BRO.,
Jan 31 Charleston. S. C.
PHENIX IRON WORKS,
COLUMBIA, S. C..
Goldsmiith & Kind
PRO PRIETO RS.
ALL kinds of Mill Cas;in.gs, (Sar- and
h~is.) Railings for Houses, G:irden. Grave
iards, Su,gar Mill-, Boilers, Maebiua Works
md Agricultural Implements manuf'actured.
)rrs are solici:ed and exe(ented on cheap
erms. M. GOLDSMITH,
March 21. 1866-12-1y.
THE subscriber has just received a supply
f these Cases, from the above celebrated
rtanuacturer, which are of the latest an~d
aost improved patterns, and.of elegant Rose
rood finish, and which he o,ffers at Jow rates
the public. He take- this occasion to) say
hat they have been purchased exclusively
or cash, and selling them at only a sImal
dvance on the cash price, that no orders tfdr
e above Cases will~be attended to uuless
ccompanied with the cash -
R C. CH APMAN.
SNewberry, S. C., July 2, 186. Dim.
A MONTH!-AGENTS wanted for six en
rey new articles, just out. Address 0. T
~AY iy' Buian, maddfrd, M.
E. D. VALE1TINE N&O
Ne. 15 Maiden Lane, New fork,
GOLD PENS, CASES, &c.,
Are now prepared to offer to jobbers and
retail dealers the CHEAPEST PEXS IW
THE MARKET. The pens are otdifferent
sizes from Nos. 1 to 9, inclusive.
The prices of VALENTINE & CO.'S first
quality Gold Pens, without eases, and war
ranted for one year, except against sci
dent, is as follows :-No. 1 Pen, $1 25;
No. 2 Pen, $1 50 ; No. 3 Pen, $2 00 ; No. 4
Pen, $2 25 ; No. 5 Pen, $2 -7; No 6 Pen,
$3 50 ; No. 7 Pen, f4-5U ; No. & Pen, $5 50;
No. 9 Pen, $7. All our nrat quality Pens
are s:.anped "E. D. Valentine & Co."
The Above Pens in Solid Silver ExtC31Dn:
Cases, with Pencils.
For 20f, a No. 1 pen, 1st quality.
For $2 50, a No. 2 pen,1 at quality..
For $:i 25, a-No. 3 pen, 1st quality.
For $3 75, a No. 4 pen, l-t quality.
For $4 50, a No. 5 pen, 1stquaity. 4
For SS 75, a No. 6 peu, 1st quality.
Tho See Geld Pens in Gold Plated Ebon
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 85 75, a No. 7 pen, 1sv quality.
For 7 25, a No. 8 pen, 1st quality.
For As 00, a No. 9 pen, 1st quality.
Second Quality Pens-Not Warranted,
Our second quality pens are stanped'"E.
Davis & Co.," and are carefully made, hav
lng the sainepoints as our first quality peca,
the only material difference being in the
quality of the gold. The prices. of these
pens are "s follows :-No. 2 pen, 75c.; No.
3 pen, $1 00 ; No. 4 pen, $1 25; No. 5 pen,
$1 50; No. 8 pen, $1 75.
The Above Pens in S.lvar P1ated Extensita
Cases, with Peneils.
For $1 25, a No. 2 pen, 2d quality.
For $1 .50, a No. 3 pen, 2d qu ality.
For $1 75, a No. 4 pen, 2d qua lity.
For $2 25, a No. 5 pen, 2d quality.
For $275, a No.. 6 pen, 2d quality.
Our pens rank throughout the country as
eq.,ai, if not superior, to any gold pens
m1lantufactured, not owly for their writing,
analities, but durabi!ity and. elegant finish.
'r e greatLst care is~ used in their maniuac
ture, and none are sold with the slight'es
imperfection which skill can detect. W.
would call the attenition of the dealers to
the celebrated PAUL BRETON Watch, f9r
which we are the soIe agents for 'the United
States. We ha.ve themu in silver and. gold
hbbers, retailers, jewelers, and all deal
ers in our line throughiout the countr'y, are
requested to send for a circular. A ddress
. D. VALENTINE & Co,,
Maniifacturer's and Wholesale dealers in~
Gold Pens, Jewelry 'sud Wathes,
No. 15 1[aiden Lane Ne w York.
may 30) 1'
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W. C.DEES .C H UE
WMN . DUES J.KE &. CA0RR
Reference.-B. D. BOYD.
July 25, 1866.2n
PER YEAR! we went agents every wbe
to sell our IMPROVED $20 Sewing MI
chines. Three new kinds.' Under and Up-.
per feed Sent on trial. Warranted five
years. Above salary.on latrge commissio
paid. The oLTs machhics, sold in the Uni.
ted States for less than $40, which are~ fally
licensed by Howe. Whbeeler & Wilson, Geo
ver & Baker, Singer & Co., and Bacelfer.
All other cheap machines are infrinirements,
and the seller or user are liable to arrest, fine
and imprisonmen t. Illustrated eficulars senlt
free. Address, or call upon Shaw & Clark,
at Biddeford, Maine, or Chicago, Ill.
July 25 ly.
W. A. Ehmore,
Manufacturer of Saddles, Bridles, Harnessy
&c., &c., &c., Four miles South 'of' New
berry C. H. Repairing donie with near'.