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nri TBm OmIIaLs IBmss.
Ooh! Bridget, mavourneen, joost open the
And give me a glimpse av your beautiful face:
My s.ncient dudeen is all burnt to a cinder,
And boogs are quite thick in this motherin'
Sure, Biddy my girl, it's no joke for a ganiUs,
To walk all the day 'nath a ootherin' hod.
And thin, in the night, serynade a young Vani
Clan +up to his knees, in the muddy ould sod.
I'm dyin' wid tapture, my jewel of oratures,
And niver a lovyer more willingly howled:
But don't ye let scorn wrinkle up your swate
Because your poor Paddy has got such a cowld
The lightnfn? Is rOarin', the toonder is fSashin',
The moon is nb bigger than nothin' at all:
And such an outrageous murtherous splashin'
s I never did hear since the days I was smalL
Then open the winder, my queen av affection,
Or, what is as good, plase open thm door:
Nor dhrame that yon're sure of escapin' detec
I know ye're atke by the length av ye're
A DELICATE BRDE.-Between Yreka
and Jacksonville, Oregon, there was a
wedding last winter, about the time
of the deep snow, when Mr. Pelbam and
other citizens were corralled in that cold
country. The families of the respective
parties to the marriage were in atten
dancef and the party was rather after the
old fashioned style, made up of neigh
bors, their wives and babies, and any
body that happened to be stopping any
where within accessible destance. It was
a pleasant affair; but, like all similar as
semblages, it dispersed, and the bride
returned to her chamber, first having
whispered to the fond groom, "Don't
come up for half an hour." This being
- a first request, he obeyed, waited the
time anxiously, nor let the hand of the
ticking clock pass by a second of the
limit ere he had gone to her with whom
his life was joined.
Rapping gently at the door of the bri
-=dli chamber, and receit' no reply, he
entered unbidden and saw his wife lying
on the bed, arrayed in night gear of the
purest white, presenting a picture of
beauty, taste and loveliness beyond comn
parison. One step further, a closer look,
and the blood rushed back to his heart
-she was dead ! Loudly calling for help,
father, mother, brother, sister, bride
maids, all the household rushes to the
room. The mother discovered that her
daughter still breathed, but horror upon
horrors ! there lay the empty vial from
from which the fatal draught had been
* taken. Messengers were dispatched for
-of her revival, symptoms looking favor
able. At this juncture, some one pick
ed up a piece of folded paper from a table
on which was written in the delicate
Be ntalarmed, dear husband. Feel
ing that the occ"-on would be too much
for my nerves, I have taken chloroform.
"Yovn OWN WIFE."
A PLEAsING IIcIDENT.-Yesterday a
poor one-legged Confederate soldier, still
clothed with the remnant of his worn
gray jacket,.sank down exhausted on the
steps of the Story building, at the corner
of' Camp and Gravier streets. A Fede
ral sergeant, passing at the time, looked
on comnpassionately, and after passing on
some distance, in order not to attract at
tention, quietly returned and slipped a
contribution into his hand. Delicately
and unostentatiously as this was done, a
handsome pair of eyes were watching,
and witnessed the little tribute of charity
-and kindness. All honor to the brave
soldier ! Such as he can never be our en
emies, and such acts, by challenging our
admiration and our sympathies, do more
to restore and consolidate -the olden
"Union" than all the freedmen's bureaus,
reconstruction committees and radical
* legislation that could be crowded into a
When will our New. England political
doctors learn that kindness is, after all,
the touchstone of the Sout iern character,
and that no living people more thorough
ly exomplified the old and beautiful max
"One touch of kindness makes the world akin."
-N. 0. Times.
SwEE'r.-A lady said to a gentleman
who accompanied her and her sister from
church, 'Why, it rains-send and get an
* 'Why said the beau, 'you are neither
sugar nor salt, rain will not hurt you.'
* 'No,' said the lady, 'but we are lasses.
* -He sent for one immediately.
The following copy of a written notice
appears in a Western paper: "Lost, or
* strade from the subscriber, a sheep all
over white, one leg was black and half
his body. All persons shall reseve five
dol's to bring him. He was a she goat."
* A gentleman, walking with two ladies,
stepped on a hogshead hoop, that flew
up and struck him in the face. "Good
gracious!" said he, "which of you
dropped that ?"
And why is a jolly bachelor like the At
lantic Cable ? Because he I:as made fast
to the sure end (shore end). Maybe
that's not so good as the other ; but
Blobbs says there is more truth in it.
Why is a happy husband like the At
lantic Cable? B3ecause he is spliced to
his Heart's Content.
Woman: The morning star of fnfan
"FOR RENT."-The Nashville Banner
of the 14th inst., says:
"For Rent," in great, broad, long, slim
and square letters, in ink, chalk, lamp
black, charcoal and paint, and doors,
blinds, boards, foolscap and cards, bedots
the city in every quarter. The merry
music of tumbling rents will soon fall up
on the ears of happy tenants, if this state
of things continues but a little longer.
We wish we could see just a few such
"bedottings" about Macon, to remind the
landlords that they are "piling on the
agony" a little too strong in the matter of
rents for their own good and the good of
the city. New buildings are going up by
the dozen; new avenues of trade are
being opened, and what, now considered,
are fancy s:ands for business, will soon
find a change come over the spirit of the
landlord's dreams, if they persist in
grinding the people with exorbitant
rents. It is not in reason to suppose
that the business men of Macon can af
ford to pay Broadway prices for stores
and dwellings. If they can, the consu
mer will have to pay increased prices
for every description of goods, and every
pody will have to advance their rates of
lapor in precisely the same ratio. What's
the use, then, of such inflation? Let
capitalists take heed that the bubble does
not burst before they are prepared for
it.-Macon (Ga.) Citizen.
The remarks of our MAcon cotempo
rary are equaily applicable to Augusta.
High rents and gold rates are not the
stepping stones to the prosperity of any
community, and landlords are blind to
their own interests who nct upon the
presumptions that they are.
Blessed is the bald-headed man, for
his wife cannot pull his hair.
E M P I R E
SEWI/NC MACHINE CO.
Principal Office, 616 Brotdway,
Great Improvement in Sewing Machines. Em
pire Shuttle, Crank Motion Sewing machines.
It is thus rendered noisele s in action.- Its mo
tion being all positive, it is not liable to get out
of order. It is the best Family Machine. No
tice is called to our new and lIproved Man ufac
turing Machine, for Tailors anid Boot Makers
and Shoe Fitters. Aments wanted, to whom a
liberal discount will %e giveni. No Consign..
F-ltIRE SEWING MACHINE Co.
DRs. RUFF & POPE,
HAVING formed a Partnership for the
practice of Me dicine and Sui-gery, respectfuxlly
tender their services to the citizens of the
Town and District of' Newberry.
They can be found during the day at their
offce over Maj. L. J. Jones' Law Office.
Dr. Ruff can be found at night at: his
Dr. Pope can be found at night at the
residence of Mrs. Helen O'Neall.
Newberry C. H., S, C., July 25,1866 2m
An Old Song, set to a New Tune.
"As spring approaches
Ants and Roaches
From their holes come ouzt
And Mice and Rats,
In spite of' cats,
Gaily skip about."
"18 years established in N. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to t(he Human Family.'
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
"COSTAR'S" R AT, ROACH, &c., EXTER'S
Is a paste-used for Rats, Mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, &c., &c.. &c., &.
"COSTA R'S" BED-BUG EXTERMINATOR
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy, and
also as a preventive for Bed-bngs, &c.
"COSTAR'S" ELECTRIC POWDER FOR
Is for Moths,,Mosquitoes,Fleas,Bed-buigs,
Insects on plants, Fowls, Animals, &c.
[7 !! !BEwARE ! ! ! of all worthless
[7 See that "C~osT.&n.s" name is on each
Box, Bottle, and Flask, before you buy.
~Address, HENRY R. COST AR,
- 484 Broadway, N. Y.
SSold in Newberry S. C.
SBy all Druggists and Retailers, and
Barns Ward & Co., wholesale agents New
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Farmer's
Gazette (English) asserts and proves by
figures that one pair of RATS will have a pro
geny and descendants no less than.651, 050
in three years. Now, unless this immense
family can be kept down, they would con
sume more food than 'would sustain 65,000
Et7 See "CosT AR's" advertiseme::t above.
RATS versus Bli JS.-Whoever engages
in shooting small birds is a cruel man; who'.
ever aids in exterminating rats is a benefac,
tor. We should like some one to give us the
benefit of their experience in driving out
these pests. We need something besides
dogs,cats, and traps for this busihess.-Scien
tific American. N. Y..
0OTSee "CosTRi's" advertisement above.
EW Sold in Newberry S. C.
_sr n By11l Dn-.ist -a Dealers and
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-n
Equity-Newberry District. James Spee vs.
Mary Galloway and others. Bill for Partition.
By order of the Court, I will sell, beiore the
Court House, on the first Monday, in Septem
ber,1866, the real estate of Jesse Speer deceased,
consisting of a tract of land situated i New
berry District, on Beaver Darn Creek, contain
ing one hundred and twenty-five acres. more or
less. baunded 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 iureties to secure
the purchase money, payable at twelve months,
with in erest from daey of sale, and to pay the
costs of these proceedings in cash.
Commissioner's Office, SILAS JOHNSTONE,
6 August, 1866. c.E.:.D.
Aug 8 4t$b O0
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District. John A. Hender
son v Sally Hen~derson and others-Bill for
It appears to my satisfaction. that Joseph W.
Caldwell and Martha E. his wife iesdes beyond
the limits of this State, on motion of Mr. Fair
-It is ordered that the said absent defendants
do plead; auswer or demur to the bill filed in the
above stat,ed case, within three month's from the
date hereof, or the same will be taken pro con
fesso against them.
SlLAS JOHN STONE, c. E. f. D.
Coms. office, July 25th 1S66.
Aug. 1 3m$12.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District. E'izabeth 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.
Corns office, July 16,1866. 7t$7
THE STA LE 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 ihe Com
missioner, on or before the first ot September
rext. SILAS JOR .STONE, c.E.N.D.
Coms office, July 16, 1866. . 7t$7
THE SI'ATE OF SOUH CAROLINA-It
Equity-Newberry District. Aaron D. Bur
ton, vs. Amelia Burton; Kay Burton, Admrs
the creditors of Robert Burton, deceased, are
hereby requir d to render and establish theii
respective demands, on oath. before the Com
missioner, 'on or before the first day of Septem
ber, 1866. SILAS JOHNSTONE, c,E.N-D.
Corks office, July 16, 86G 7t$7
THE STATE OF SOU lH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District. Ludy I. Littl<
and wife, vs. S,amucl W Reid and R. II. Wil
liams and wife.
The creditors of'Joseph Reid. deceased, ar(
hereby required to render and establish thei]
respective demands. on oath. betbre the Com.
missioner, on or before the 1st Oct.. 1866.
SILAS JOHNSTO.E, c.E N.D.
Coins ofice, July 1i, 1866. 3 ms12
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-TI
Equity-N ewberry District--W. C. G oggans
by his next friend, vs. Susan. F. Goggans
TIhe creditors of William D. Goggans, deceas
ed, are hereby required to render and establisi
their- respective demands, ou oath. before th<
Cormi.sioner, on or before the 1st day of Octo
her. 1866. SILAS JOHNSTONE, c..ND
Comns office, July 10. 186G. . 3mnS12
THLE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-It
Equity-N ewberry D istrict. W. H. H arringtor
and others, Ex'ors, vs. Helen O'Neall, an<
The creditors of Hon. John Belton O'NealJ, de
ceased., are .hereby required to render and estab
lish their respective demands, on oath, before
the Commissioner, on or before the first day o
September, 1866 SIL AS8JOHNSTONE. C..N.D
Comscifce,July l-th 1866.m12
THE STATE OF SOUTH, CAROLINA-lI
Equity-Newberry District. David H. Buz
hardt, Adm'r. vs. Catharine Buzhardt, Saral
Jones, et al.
The credlitors of Samuel Jeferson 'Buzhiardt
are hereby required to render and establid
their respective demands, on oath, before th
Commissioner, on or before the 1s4 dlay of Octo.
ber, 1866. SILAS JOHNS [ONE, c.E.3.D.
Corns office, July 10th. 1866. SmS~12
The State of South Carolina, Newberr'
District-In Equity. Richar-d V. Gis
and Wife and others, v. Osian A
.Ruthezford, Admnr. & others.-ilfo
Partit.ion of Land.
The creditors of Dr. Thos. B. Ruth
erf.rd, deceased, are required to rende
on oath and establish their demands be
fore the Commissioner of this Court,- oi
or before the first day of Sepember, 1866
SILAS JOHNSTONE, C.E.N.D.
Corn's Office, 12 June, 1866.1
The State of Sou'th Carolina, Newberr:
District In Equity, Helen O'Neall v Wa]
ter H. Hunt,' Bill for Dower.
It appearing to my satisfaction that Wal
ter Herbert Hunt,the defendant in this ca'se
resides beyond-the limits of this State.
It is therefore Ordered, on motion of.Mr
Baxter, Coip. Sol., that the said defend
ant, plead, answer or dem,ur to the bill ii
this case, tvithin three months from thi
date hereof, or the same will'be taken pr<
confesso against him.
'SILAS JOHNSTONE, c. E. N. P..
'Comrns office, May 22d '1866.
May 34) 3m $15.
The State of South Carolina, Newberry Dis
trict. In the Court of Common Plenis
Es Parte Abraham Harris-Petition fo
the benefit of'the Insolvent Debtors Acts
Abraham Harris, who is in the custody o
the Sheriff of said District, by virtue of ar
order for bail at the suit of Ijartman 3
Strous, having filed in mly office, togethel
with a schedule on oath, of his estate an<
property, his petition to the Court of Corn
mo:. Pleas'; praying that he may be ad
mit ted to the benefit of the Acts of th<
General Assemnbiv,made for the relief-of in
solvent Debtors:" It is. ordered that th<
said Hlartman & Strous and all others, the
reditors to whom the said- Abraham Harris
is indebted in any wise, be and appear, be
fore the said Court, at Newberry Cour
House, on Wednesday the seventeenth daA
of October next, to show cause, if dny the2
can, why the said Petition should not bE
granted. E. P. L AKE, c. c~. r.
Clerks office, Nestberry, July, 6th.186&.
NOTICE is hereby given that applicatior
will be made at the next session of the Leg2
islature, to vest in B. F. Landrum, all the
right, title and interest of Christian Breitli
aupt, dec'd, or of his heirs, in and to th;
tract of land lying in Edgefield District, or
waters of the Savannah River, and Horst
Creek, and bonnded by lands of Kessial
Sweorgaree, A. C. Turner and others,lately
occupied by Bartlett W. Hatcher, deckd, de
vised to him by his father, John Hatcher,
dec'd. Said laid having been escheated tc
the State of Sonth Carolina. July 18 3m.
John A. Chapman,
Attorney at Law~ and Solicitor in 'Equity,
Wil attend to ail bnsiness entrusted to hi:
:laces, Embroideries, &e.
J. R. READ & CO.,
263 King-street, Charleston, S. C.,
HAVE just received a full assortment of
consisting in part of
Black and, colored Dress Silks, Mozamm
biques, Leno Muslins, Granadine Bareges,
Poplinets,Barege Anglaise, black and-color
ed Tamertines, French and English Lawns
and Organdie Muslins, French and English
Cambrics and Prints, Ginghams, &c.
A large. and well selected stock of White
Goods, Laces and Em roideries, Fancy
Goods, Dre3s Trimmings, &c
CLO!KS & MANTlLAS,
Cloaks, Mantillas, Basques id Shawls, in
every variety suitable to the season.
April 18, 16. Jan. 24-ly.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
Formerly Bancroft's Old Stand.
(287 King street,3 doors belowWentworth.)
WE have now opened a Splendid Stock
of SPRING GOODS, English, French and
American, which are of the most desirable
styles the Market can afford.
To Planters furnishing the Freedmen,
either for clothiug or for barter with them,
our Wholesale Eooms offer every induce
mert. Plantation Goods in every variety.
This being a bu.y season with the Planter
and he not able to visit our city, orders
accompanied with city reference will meet
with prompt attention.
N. B. Samples with price lists sent to any
part of the State.
Our stock consists in part of
N hite O.nabttrgs,. Striped Osnaburgs, Blue
Denims, Briown Shirtings, Long Cloths,Fine
Sca island, Brown Shirtings, Plaid Home
spuns, Striped Ilonmespuus, Bleached a*nd
Browni Sheetings, Bleached and Brown
Drills, B!aek' French Broad Cloth,'Hosiery
Townl Goves, Irish Linens by the Piece,
Toel nd Toweling in all varieties, Lin
en Danmasks, all varieties, Calicoes, in all
qfualities, Domestic Ginghams, Fine Scoteh
Ginghams, Dress Goods, for Spring,,Spring
jSilks, Colored Muslin, in, every 'variety,
W hite Goods, all kin ds, Black Goods, all
kinds, Farmer's Brown -Litnen' Duck, Farm
er's Brown ard White Drill, Fancy Drills
iand Gottonades. Together with every other
variety to be found in our line, which~
we offer at the lowest cash prices, atWhole
sale and Retail.
1We would respectfully call the attenti
of the Planters, Merchants and the citizens
;generailly, of New berry Dis trict, to our ad
vertisement, and( solicit a call from then
-should they visit the city. All' Donmestic
Goods are sold at a very small advance
on agents prices, by
H. ~.Stoll, Webb & Co.,
.C.S-rOtt. Charleston. No. 287 King--st.,
C HARLE8 WEBE, e doors ~loW
H. C. WLKER, " entwortb,,
April18 Jan241y. ' Char eton, . C
* HUNT & BROa
SHiPPING, COMMISSIQN & F~f
Accommodation W hart; Charleston, S.C
I.. F. HUNT, | (Formerly of Ne wberr:
J . H. H UN T, JTr., IC, H., S.0C.
Promptly. forward all 3ferchandize con.
-signed to us arriving -in the City fron
Northern or Foreign Ports.
We will give strict attention to' Sal
and Purchase of' Cotton,: Rice, Flone, &c.
Qi"Liberal ad vaniees on-consigiets.3
R 'efere'nces.-G.. W. .Williams & Co.
Charleston, S. C.; Russell.& Ellis, Wil.ming
ton, N. C.*; Bigelow & Sargent, Baltimore:
Lathbury, Wickershamn & Co., Pbiladelphia:
N. L. McCready &to.,"New York ; 'Ray A
Walter, Boston.; G. W. Garmany, Savannah,
Ga., G. R. W ilson, Esq., Norfolk,- Va.
-Persons consigning to us must .make
deposits in the city to pay Ship and Railroad
Freights, or their goods will boe placed in
store. HUNT &BRQ.,
Jan 31 'Charleston, S. C.
PHENIX IRON WORKS,
COLUMBTA, S., C.
GALL, kinds of Mill Castings, '(Saw and.
Yrs,) Railings for Housea, Ga'rd4n,; Grav4
Yad,Sugar Mills, Boilers, Machine Worki
and Agricultural Impleinents mamifactured.
Orders are solicited and executed onu chesj
terms. M. GOLDSMITH,
March 21, 1866-12-1y.
THE subscriber hasjust received a supply
ofthese Cases, froni the ab' celebrated
manufacturer, which'are of the. -latest and(
most jmproved patterns, and "felegant Rose
wood finish, and which he offers at low ratei
to the public. He take<this, occasion to say
that they have been purchased exclusively
for-cash, and selling them at only a smnai
advance on the cash price, that no orders foi
the above Cases will be attended to.uls
accompanied with the cash
R C CHAPMAN.
Newberry, S. C., July -25, 1866. 9m.
A MONfH!-AGENTS wanted for six en.
E.D1 ALEEf &W9
o. 15 Malde$ Lane; Ne*.Yrk;
GOLD PNS, CASES, &e.
Are now prepared to offer to Jobbers and;
retail dealers the OHEAPEST PEYSI
THE MARKET. T%e pens are of diferent
sizes from Nos. 1 to 9, inclusive. -
The prices of VALENTINE &. CO.'S first
quality Gold Pens, withput cass, and war
ranted for one year, except againet. acci
dent, is as follows :-No. - Pen, $1 25;
No. 2 Pen, $1 50 N'o.3 Pen, $2'00'; No. -
Pen, $2 25; No. 6 Pen, $2 75; 6 Pen,-;
$*350; No. 7 Pen, $4 50; o.S Pe4y$5 60
No. 9 Pen, $7. All our first quality Pes
are st.amped "E. D. Valentine & Co.'
The Above Pens in Solid 8i'ver. Etens ic
Cases, with Pencils.
For $200, a No. 1 pen, 1st quality.
For $2 50, a No. 2 pen, 1st quality.
For $3 25, a No. 3 pen, 1st quality.
For $3 75, a No. 4 pen, 1st quality.
For $4 50. a No. 5 pen,1st qual i.
For $5 75, f No. 6 pen, 1st quality.
The Same Gold Pens .in Gold Plated Ebciy
Desk Holders and Korocco Cases.
For $200; a No. 2pen, 1stqulity
For $2 75, a No. 4 pen, 1st qnaliy.
For $3 50, a No. 6 pen, lst quaUty.
For $4 00,a No. 6 pen, 1stquality.
For $5 75, a No. 7 pen,,lat quality
For $Y2Z, a No. 8 pen, Ist quahef.
For $8 00, a No; 9 pen, lstquality.
second Qualty Pns-Not Warranted
Our second quality pens are st,amped,?'.F
Davig & COA," and are carefully made, hav
ing the samepoints as our irst quality.pens,
the only material difference being in the.
quality of the gold.- The prices =of these
pens are as follows:-Wo. 2 pen, 75c.; No.
3 pen, $1 00 ; No. 4 pen, $1 25 No. 5 pen,.
The Above Pens in Siier Plated Eten
Cases, t Penils,
For -1 25,,a No. 2 pen, 2d quality.
For $1 50, a No. s pen .2d qua'Iity.
For $1 75, a No. 4 pen, 2d qalty.
For $2 245; a No. 5, pen, 2d qualt. :
For $2.75, a No. 6 pen, 2d quality.
Our pens rank thrOughout the country
eqql~, if Dot superio',' to any gQhd pflls
mnnfactured, not ordy for zheir. iwriting
qualitieg,butduPa)i-y. and elegant9 Sih
e~greatest care is used* in' their manuWcei
tare; and none .are sold with the glightess
imiperfectiont which skilar eet We
would- call the attention of the dEa1er% :tO
the celebrate'dT'AUIL fRETON -WWth-, f
wishwe are the sole ageut or the Ui n
States. We have thim in veir r ndg*
Jobbers, retairers, je welerir, *i1alla dial
drs in our line throughiout1 th6 noit
requested to send for a circuilar. .A4A esf
E. D.VALENTINE &C Co
Mannfacture and Wholesale1 dealers 11
G.old Pens, Jewelry and Wisebes,
NQ. 1,5 Maiden Lane New Trk
FAT & OM SAR T
WMC.DUE.DU .$T .
JOHN EDUKES. - J. M. CAESON
- eforence.-B. D. BOYD.4
$8 YEAR! we wait agea liese
edOur -IMPROV $20 e
phsines. .nree iiew kinds.: UndrAw.
.er ieed. Sent 'en trial., Warrantad. fre
years. Above salary on large 4commIn5n
paid; The OwN maetines sold in the Jni
Sted States for less than $4@, which are- faUly
lcensed by Howe, Wheeler & Wilson, Gro
vr t Baker; Singer h Co., an~d Bachelder,
All other cheap anachinles are infringements,
and thed~eller or user are:liable to:'arrest, fine
and imprisonment. flIusn;atedcicular ent
free.3 Address; or call upon (hav & ,Clatt
-at Biddeford, Maine, or Chicago,.lL.
July 25 ly.
.Manufacttirer of'Saddles Bridles, Harness1
&c., &c., &c., Four ti)es .$outh. of Newr
.~r f... nL R - a;.in~ drine with neat