Newspaper Page Text
Da. S. G. WELCI has recently located at
the place formerly owned, by Mr. Sam'l W.
Spearman, on the Higgin's Ferry road, five
miles from Newberry C. H., and proposes to
ractice his profession only upon the follow
terms in cash, viz:
isit and Prescription $2.00
MiMge (day) 50
" (night) 1 00
If it be impossible to comply with the
above terms, a note will be received, as soon
as a case is dismissed, payable in six months
with 25 per cent interest from date.
Jan. 92 2t.
TE1M MILL FOR SILES
I offer for sale a very excellent
Steam Saw and Grist Mill,
in good running order. It is situated im
mediately on the Greenville and Columbia
Railroad, 12 miles above the town of New
berry. Its favorable situation makes it
easy of transportation to any point the
purchaser may desire. This mill can be
bought on very reasonable terms by ap
plying to TIIOS. A. FLOYD,
Jan 9 2 3 Silver Street.
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
WARNING IN TIME !
I AM COMPELLED through actual ne
.cessity to call on every one indebted to me,
-either by note or account, no matter how
-small the indebtedness, to come forward
and settle up. I am willing to compromise
-on fair terms. This is the first time ever
since my recent misfortune, that I have
-called upon any one indebted to me for a
settlement, and only do so now through
stern necessity to enable ne to continue
Small favors thankfully received, and
large ones in proportion.
Jan 9 2 tf A. M. WICKER.
DIRECT FROM AGENTS AT
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GAUNO, $75 C.sh,
$80 1st of November, with interest, approv.
ed City acceptance.
SWAN ISLAND GUANO, $20 Cash, $25
1st November, with interest, approved City
BAUGH'S PHOSPHATE LiME, $60
Cash, $65 1st November, with interest, ap
proved City accep'ance.
PHENIX GUANO, $55 cash.
FLOUR OF BONE, unadulterated and
FARMER'S PLASTER OR GYPSUM.
In offering the above Manures to Planters,
I do so with every confidence, not only
having testimonials fron Planters who have
used them the past year, but the further
guarantee, that every cargo as it arrives
from the Factory, is analyzed by Prof.
SIIEPARD of the South Carolina Medical
College, and the high reputation of these
manures fully kept up.
J. N. ROBSON,
Ja. 9-'', 4t. 62 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
From and after this date, the "Shiver
House," will be known by the above name.
The patronage received by the present pro
prietress hats been so gratifying thant she is
determined to enlarge her busiress and
give to it a distinctive title.
The travelling public will be accomnmo
dated promptly and well ; an unexception
able table always be kept ; attentive ser
Tants will attend to individu.il wants, and
no efTort be spatred to preserv'e the reputa
tion) which the present nmanagenment has en
deavored to preserve.
M RS. D. C. SPEC K,
Dec. 19 if. Columbia, S. C.
FOR PALATKA, PLA.,
Fernandina, Jacksonville and all
the Landing~s on the St. John'
'SA VA NN A 11, G A.
The XeL'c (and Splentdbl Steams1Wp
1000 TONS BUR DEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. C;ONETTER.
ON and after the 26th October. this fine
Ship will sail rrom Middle .A lantie Wharf,
every Friday Night, at 10 o'clock, for the
All Freight must be paid here by shippers.
Gangs of Negroes will be taken to the
above points on the St. John's River at $~5
each. Children under ten years of age free.~
IHorses and Mules at reduced rates.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or
to the Agency, South Atlantic Wharf.
ON MAIN ST., NEWBERRY,
IS now handsomely furnished and well
supplied with all kinds of pure liquors.
$IBss. EDITORs :-You will please an
counce NATHAN F JOHNSON as a can
didate -for the office of Clerk of Court, of the
Distrztof Newberry, for the next ensuing
term. MANY FRIENDS.
ME88Rs. EDITORs-By nominating Mr.
BANTE'L'B. WHIEELER as a candidate for~
Tax Collector of Newberry District, you will
ablige his many W ARM FRIENDS.
MEsse. Enrons:--You will please ans
nonce 5. D. SMIT H, as a candidate for the
offiee of Tax Collector, Newberry District,
And ogAge MANY FRIENDS.
May 2, 1866.
3Mxssas Eiarroies :You are authorized to an
-nounce JOHN W. COUNTS as a candidate for
the office of it'ax Collector for Newberry Dist.
:at the ensuing election. Mr. ('ounts is a gentie
-man every way qualified for the office.
Fena TAX COLLEcTOR .-Capt. JoBN W IL
LIAMS is respectfully nominated as a candidate
'for the Office of Tax Collector, Newl,erry Dis
1trict, at the next election.
Oct. 3ist, 1866. MANY FRIENDS.
MEssas . EDIToas-Please nominate Mr JOS .
W . HILL as a suitable candidate for the office
of Tax Collector, for the ensuing term, and
MEssRS EDIToas-Please announce Mr.
JACOB KIBLER as a candidate for the of"
flee of Tax Collector, for the ensuing term.
as in every respect qualified and worthy of
the office, and oblige OLD TIMES.
DR. T. GOUIN
Would infrom his friends, and the public
generally, that he has removed to the
Opposite the Hotel,
And next door to Paysinger's
Where he will be happy to see them at any
and all times. Jan 2
The Subscriber will resume
the exercises of her SCHCOL, on the first
Monday in January.
Jan 2 SUSAN ANDERSON.
MISSES FANNIE and KATE
LEAVELL will open a school
on the 15th inst., at the school
room, formerly occupied by
Rev. J. J. Brantly, D. D., they
will give their undivided attention to the
interest of the school.
Primary Department per session
(5 months) $8,00
Academic - 1200
French and Latin each , 15,00
Lessons on the Piano<forte , 20,00
Newberry, Jan. 2. 1867 1mo.
For sale by S. POPE, M. D., Agt.
dec 19 t1 tf
Jno. P. Kinard & Son,
Are now receiving. a large
Stock of Goods of every (de
scription, which will be sold
cheap. Only ask a call to
They will give the highest
mnarket price for all kinds of
produce. For Cotton, they
will pay more than any body.
November 14 tf
There will be an election in the town of
ewbrry, on Monday, the 14th day of Jan
ary next, for an Intendant and four War
ens, to se.ve during the year 1867.
By order of Intendant,
w. G. MAYES.
Managers-E. S. Coppock, R. Moorman,
ohn R. Leavell. 2t
Repairer of Clocks, &c.
THlE Subscriber will engage to mend, re
air and regulate all work entrasted to him
n a workman like manner. He can be found
t his residence nearSilver Street,and at New
brry on Sale Days. Parties wishing him to
o the work at their reidences can notify
im through the post office. Orders may
also be left at the Herald Office. Jan 1
Advertiser's, Read !
THE TR~UE WIPNESS a Weekly Paper,
Jas. R Jacobs, Bu-iness AgentJ) is regu
arly and grrTuitous!v distributed to over a
Thousand .>f the we:althijest and most intel
igent of the inhabitaints of Laurens and the
surrounding distriets, and this over and
above our large subscription list.
Terms: 1 square. 3 mo., S5,00 6mo. $9,00.
Address, " Witness," Clinton, .2. C.
Jan 2 3mo.
I am required to make settlement on the
Estate of A. Gonner dec'd. Persons inter
sted will find it to their interest to enl! on
he undersiened on or ,efore the 27th Jan.
167. T HOMPSON CONNOR, Admn'r.
Jan. 2 1 2t
A Very Fair Notice.
The subscriber, in view of the present
pressure and difficulties attending the settle
ment of old accounts and notes, makes this
propo-ition to debtors anid creditors, that
he will settle for half. Take half and pay
half to all who will call upon himn.
Jan. 2 53 8t. M. WERTS.
Agents Wanted For
THlE LIFE, LETTfE SPtEEI?IES, &R.
IO LEX. II. STEPHN,
By Henry Cleveland, Esq.,
Late Edistor of the Augusta (Ga.) Constitution
Send for Circulars and see our terms, and a
full description of the work. Address
National Publishing Co..
Corner 7th and Main-street s., ltichmond, Va.
PER YEAR! we want agents every whert
to sell our IMPROVED 520 Sewing Ma
chines. Three new kinds. Under and up
per feed. Sent on trial. Warranted five
years. Above salary on large commIssions
paid. The ONLY machines sold in the Usi
ted States for less than $40, which are fully
licensed by Howe, Wheeler & Wilson, Gro
ver & Baker, Singer & Co., and Bachelder.
All other cheap machines are infringements,
and the seller or user are liable to arrest, fine
and imprisonment. Illustrated circulars sent
free. Address, or call upon Shaw & Clark,
at Biddeford, Maine, or Chicago, Ill.
July 25 ly.
DT'U A QE' RWT R EA T:
WISKEMAN & WILBER,
General Commission and
Respectfully announce that they have now
on hand a fresh assortment of articles in
their line, to which they solicit early atten
A B C, Powdered and Crushed.
Rio, two qualities.
S. H. Syrup,
Sides and S. C. Hams, Breakfast Strips.
Gallon, half gallon, quarter gallon.
In Cans, French, (in bottles) Flour, Candles,
Cheese, Salt, Candles. So p, Spices, Teas,
Fruits. Wooden Ware, Mackerel, Dutch Her
ring, Salmon, Oysters, Matches, and Crock
Corn, Peas and Potatoes, Barley, and new
Buckwbeat Flour, Nuts and Fire Crackers,
for the holid:ys.
Above please find memorandum in part of
our stock, which we trust is sufficient to
warrant us a call. December 12
U. S. Internal Revenue.
Notice to Tax Pavers
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT DIVISION
No. 11 embraces the limi's of 39th Regiment,
lying in Newberry from mouth of 2nd creek.
Maj. Wadlingtons, Newberry College,
Sampson Merchants to Chalmers' old mills,
the mouth of Little River on Saluda, and
that all persons, firms, companies and corpo
rations engaged in any bu.iness, occupation
or profession within the limits aforesaid, for
which a license is required. must register
their names with me in the manner required,
by law for licenses from May 1st, 186.5, to
May 1st, 1866. and from May 1st, 1860, to
May 1st, 1867. This class embraces mner,
chants, traders, professional-men, distillers,
pet]lers, manufacturers, tobaccon ists, cigrar
makers, brokers, insuranoe agents, &c., &c.
Distillers, manufacturers, and all other
persons firms axnd cornorations, who ares re
quired to make monthbly or trismonthly re
turns under the Excise Law, must comne
forward at once andi in.1ke such returns, be
ginning with May 1st, 1865. and closing with
the return for October, 1860,
Every person within the limits aforesaid
must make a return o1f their incomes for the
calendar years of 1864 and 1865.
Executors, administrators, trustees and all
other persons who are interested in any le
gacies, distributive shares, inheritances and
successions, must make returns from Janua
ry 1st, 1864, to the present lime.
A failure to comply with the above will
subject the parties to heavy penalties.
Assistant Assessor Div. No. 11 of the 3rd
Coll. Dist., S. C.
Office at Pomaria, S. C. November 12th,
N. B.-I will attend at Newberry C. II.,
n Sale day in each month (until further
notice) to give professional men, merchants,
auctioneers &c., in the town, an opportunity
to register their name~s. I trust they will
come forward promptly and do so.
Nov. 28 48 3mo. Win. S., A. Assessor.
i. will attend at Newberry, C. H., every
Monday and Thursday, and other days If
necessary, to collecs the Internal Revenue
Tax on cotton, aad grant permission for the
Shipment of the same.*
JAMES HI DENNIS,
Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue.
Dec. 23th, 1866. 52 3t.
The State of' South Carolina.
Newberry District-In Equity.
Thomas Hlayne Chalmers, Jane Chalmers and
Malvinia Chalmecrs, vs. Martha A. W. Chalmers.
Bill for P'artition.
I be creditors of Thomas A. W. Chalmers, de
ceased, are hereby required to render in on oath.
ad establish beiore the Commissioner, their
respctive demands, on or be.ore the first day of
March next. SILAS J11N STONE. c END
Comn's. office, Nov 26, 2866. 3m t12
HE STATE OF SOU'TH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District-E. 1B. Studdard
& Co., et. al. vs. Michael Buzzard et. al.
The creditors of M1. P. & W. L Buzzard,
and of M P Buzzard and A. J. McColium,
and al-o of William L Buzzard and M. P.
Buzzard irglividually. are required to render
and establbsh, on oath, their respective de
mands before the Commissioner, on or be
fore the first day of February next .
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c. E. N. D.
Coin's office, Oct, 1st 1866.
The State of South Carolina.
Newberry District-In Equity.
John C. Richards, adrnr. vs. P. W. Chick and
others. Bill for sale of land, relief, injunction,
The creditors of George Ashford, deceased, are
hereby required to render in on oath and estab
lish before the Commissioner, their respective
demands, on or before the first of March next.
SILAS J&iHNSrONE, C.E.N.D.
Cor's office, Nov 26, 1866. 3m t12
THE STATE OF SOUriH CAROLIN \,
In the Court of General Sessior.s and
The regular business of the Fall Term of
this Court not being dispatched for want of
time it was ordered by the presiding Judge.
that an Extra Court of General sessions and
Common Pleas be holden for Newberry
District, for the purpose of dispatching the
unfinished business of present Termi, on the
secod Monday in January next, at twelve
o'clock M., to continue six days, unless the
business be sooner disposed of.
All suitors, witnesses and pa:rties interested
are hereby required to attend without farther
noice. E. P. L AKE, c.c.r. & G.s.
Oct. 20th, 1866.
John A. Chapmnan,
Attorney at Law~ and S-licitor in Equity,
Will attend to all business entrusted to his
care. Office at Bookstore.
Newberry C. 11., S. C, July 25 t f.
The undersigned have formed a partnership
B siness entrusted to us, in Newberry andead
join ing Districts, will be promptly attended to.
Ofc at 'ew berry C. H.
UENRY BUMtR. wILLIAMX R. CPEARMAN.
Oct 17 Smo.
BOOT & SHOE
We are now receiving our
FALL & WINTER STOCK
WHICH WE WILL SELL AT
And WARRANT every article sold.
Our goods have all been made expressly to
order, and by the very best of workmen.
li M SURER & CO,
oct 10 41 tI
CARRE & McCAEGHRIN
Ballkin & InSurallce Ag Cts,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
Buy and Sell Exchange on Charles
ton and New York.
Insure Buildings, Cotton, Mer
chandize and other property,
against loss or damage by tire.
Nov 7 2mo.
NOTICE TO PLANTERS.
The undersigned are prepared to make
Liberal Advances upon Cotton.
Consigned to Gco. W. Williami & Co., Mer.
chants and Factors. Charleston, S. C , or to
Williams Taylor & Co., Commission Mer"
chants, New York.
They are also prepared to purchase Cotton
and other Produce, and have made arrange.,
ments to order Guano for Plnters. from first
hands in Baltimore, to be paid promptly
('A WILE & McCAUGIRIN.
Newberry, S. C., Sept 12, 1866. 37tf
CAR LE & M'CAUCHRIN,
Are Prepared-to make Advances
on Cotton consigned to
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS & MERCHANTS,
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
WILLLiMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
On Charrleston AT PAR, in sumis as wated.
On Ne w York in sums of $l100 and upwards,
remitted promptly to order.
Made on Cotton and other produtce con
signed to reliable'iouses.e
Charleston, S. C.,
New York, and
On liberal terms.
WVM. F. NANCE,
November 28 tf Agent.
For ENGLISH ACCOUNT EXCLUSIVELY
W O OL,
Or Unshorn Sheep Skins.
Market prices paid in cash, or Cloth ex
WM. F. NANGJE.
Oficee in rear Grierson's Drug Store, New
berry, S. C.
dee 12 t6m
URGED, by the many changes which
distress the commrunity -among wich is
the fact thrat we hrave~ to pay cash for every
tring purchased-we are compelled to
pulishr thre following terms anrd conditions
upoir whichr we propose to practice medicine,
For visit and prescription - - - $2,00
" prescriptionr at office or in
"obstetrical cases (simnple) - - 20,00O
" onrsultattion---- -- -- - - - 1,00
" milage-per mile (day) - - 5
" " " " (night) - 1,00
Our termis are CASH. The above stated
reason, atlone, fme ces urs to insist upon this.
It is our itention to presenrt bills, at the~
terrmnatti of every case, for services
redred; and no visits nor~ attentionr enn
be expected from tus afterwarzds, until tire
aounrt of such bills is paid.
P. B3. RUFF
0. B. MAYER
G. W. GARMANY.
Dec. 12th, 1800r.
A Lady, fully competent to imrpart a
thorough Enrglish education, toget her withI
Latin and Music, to a family orf children,
can hear of r remunerative si'tnation, to
gether with a comrfortable Irome, by ad.
dressing Beox 19, Newherry C. 11., S C.
References given and required.
-H. L. Brantly,
Civil Engineer, Architect and
Gil'ers his services to the citizens of
Newerry, and snrrounrding Districts.
A ii si, teen years praetical experience
in hnis profession, he insures sarti,lfaction to
all who tray employ himu ; tire cou4rts are al
ways satisfied withr his Survey's of lands.
The plats nill be p- rfectly neat and urr
exceptional. Dec. 19, 186i6. S1-tf.
I havec rrrnde arrangemnents to get fresh
Oysters and F'ish twice a week, to accommo
date the citigens. A. M. RISER.
IN GREAT VARIETY
Sugars, all grades, from 15 ets.
to 25 cts., coffee, bacon, lard, tea, cheese,
mackerel in kits, half barrels and barrels,
Liverpool and table salt, flour in barrels,
self-raising flour, new rice, soaps-bar, cas
tile and toi!et ; candles, starch, indigo,
madder, coppvras,blue stone, pepper, spice,
ginger, sod , pickles-all sorts and sizes;
oysters, sardines, nutmegs, n.ace, cloves,
cinamon bark, yeast powders, mustard,
blueing, candies, raisins, lemons, oranges,
apples, vinegar, mlclasses, concentrated lye.
Tobacco, snuff and cigars, all grades;
tubs, buckets, blue and brass bound, all
sizes ; seives, brooms, water dippers,black
ing and brushes, curry combs, cotton and
wool cards, jim-crow caids, nails, axes,
pocket and table cutlery, tacks, awls, spey
ing needles, &e. Notions of all kinds, viz
Paper and linen collars, shirts and bosoms,
hose and hail hose, suspenders, belts, hand
kerchiefs, neck ties, pocket books, pass
and spelling books, slates, lead and carpen
ter's pencils, pens and ink, buttons, needles;
and thread, of all kinds, hair oil, hair
brushes, tooth brushes, shaving brushes,
diessing combs, razors, razor strops, shar
ing boxes, looking glasses, with a variety
of toys, &c. Bleached and brown shirting,
domestic ginghams, tweeds, jeans and sati
nets,with a splendid assortment of crockery
ware, glass, C. C. and granite, which we
intend selling at. a very short profit.
All kinds country produce bought or bar
tered for at market prices.
WILSON & WICKER,
Oct. 31 ly Main-st., Newberry.
Fisk's Metallic Burial Cases,
TIlE subscriLer has just received a supply
of these Cases, from the above celebrated
manufacturer, which are of the latest and
most improved p)ai erns, and of elegant Rose
wood finiish, and which he offers at low rates
to the public. He take- this occasion to say
that they have been purchased exclusively
for cash, and selling them at only a small
advance on the cash price, that no orders for
the above Cases will be attended to unless
accompanied with the cash
Rl C. CH APMAN.
Newberry, S. C., July 25, 18663. 9m.
C, M. JONES,
Newberry C. HI., So. Ca.,
Respectfully informs the citizens of New
berry and surmounding country that having
re-opened his carriage shop, and is now
prepared ta execute all work in his line in
the neatest manner, and with dispatch.
Will make and repair
Nov 7~ Gmo
BREAD anld CAKE
T HE Subscriber will open at Mr. Scott's
building, north side Main street, near the
A No. 1 Bakery,
where can be had at all hours, fresh IEread
and Cakes of all kinds, lie is fitting up his
establiThoment in a style worthy of patron
age ,and will cater for "wedding, surprise
anid social parties," and solicits public pa
uonage. M. L. SCHOEDAIR.
December 12 t.f
I do now for the last time warn parties
who aire indebted to me by Note, and to
my wiife~ by Note or Account, that unless
they give me sonme reason for not paying a
part or the whole, they will be sued, if I
think thev are worth the cost. I made a
propo-ition through the Newberry Uerald
to take almost anything that was offered,
and not the first man or wonian has offered
to pay me one cent, and I must "ow have
some showing about the matter. This is in
tended for all. B. H. LOVELACE.
Nov. 21 47 rf.
A New Carriage
NERTiIl DEPOT IN ONE OF WM.
The subscriber being a practical Carriage
maker by trade, having arranged with corn
petent wiorkmnen, for carrying on his busi
ness mn a workma nlike manner, he announ
ces to the citizens of New berry and surroun
ding country, that he is ready to receive
orders for new work, Carriages, or Bug.
gies, &c., of' any style or pattern that par.
ties may wish. And if their work iB not
done ae'oordi ng to order parties will not be
under any osligation to take it, when done.
Giive him~a trial. is all he asks. Old Car
ringes and Buiggies renovated and made to
look equal to new, at reasonable prices. A
liberal share of patronage is solicit- d.
Hie is in monthly receipt of patterns of
all the latest styles in vogue; parties order
ing can h9ve a fine selection to choose from.
A few Buggies on hand for sale.
Dec. 19 51 tlmo. J. TAY LOR.
We would call special atten
been recently puichased.
Every purchaser will have full advantage
We offer Special inducements to Countr;
Have always on hand,
FULL LINES OF L
which we will sell at small advance on Al
N. B.-Samples and Price Lists sent to
We also offer, at Retail, the I
Many Styles of Goods are being sold at
Refer to City advertisements for price i
December 25 tf 28'
CHR ST 71
We are now opening a full and ample as.
Trimmed and put up in boxes ; Lace Collar:
Cluny, Thread and Maltese Laces, Laces by
Caps and Spencers; Embroidered Collars, Inf
Breakfast Set:s, Plain Linen Settz, Evening
novelties, to be found in our Lace and Embro
Beautiful French Boxes, "Ladies Comi
Lubin's Extracts, Superior German Cologn
Brushes, Tortoise Sh 11 Dressing Combs, Too
and Buckles, Seamless Kid Gloves, Ladies Lis
Children's Gloves, Tosiery, 'orsets, Hop Skii
December 19 263 ]
In our Cloak and Shawl Room, we htave as i
sort ment in the city. We have in our Displ.tg
Black Clo:h Sacques, and Basques, from 8,O1
the same. Novelties coiistantly being added
Plaid all Wool Long anid Square Shawls, L<
fast Shawls, Sontags, Nubias, &c.
dec 19 263 King|
J. R. REJ
263 KING STREET,'
Finding it necessary to enlarge our Estr
our increasing business, as well as for the be2
trons, we are now offering, preparatory to t
gains in order to Reduce Stock.
We invite Special Attention to our Ric'i
lins, French Poplins, Mohairs. Empress Cle
Colored Plaids and Stripes, Rich Dress Silks,
lish Coburgs, together with many other desir
Stock, and will be sold at prices below cost of
PRATT & WJl
A ND DR UGGISJ
NO. 238 KING STREET
N. A. PRATT, S. W. WI
Ch. to late C. S. N. and M. Bureau.
No. 153 MEET
Opposite the Ch
(Formerly JOHN ASHHURST &
(IEORGE C. G6
Direct Importers of Pu
October 31 3m.
Cotton and Corn
Direoictis f'or nse sme as
BB & CO.,
bion to our Stuck, which has
of the hcte fall in the market.
Merchants, replenishing their Stocks...
cnts prices, for C.!SiI or CITY AC
any part of the State.
ARGEST STOCK to select from
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
r King-St., at Bancroft's N)td Stand.
Fine Fancy Goode!
;ortment of Beautiful Lace Sietts, elegantly
in all the new Shapes in Valencienia
the yard of all descriptions,. Lace Waists,
its' Rm 5roidered'Robes, Caps and Waista,
Dresaes, together with many other thoiee
anions" French Pomaees, Powder Boiee;
e, Ladies Scarfs and Cravats, Fine Hair
th and Nail Bru-hes, J'et and- Steel Clasps,
e, Cloth and Woolen Gloves, Gents'(o,.
-ts, &c., &c.
7R. READ & C.,
Cing-st., opposite Hasel, Charleston, S. C,
sual, the largest and most comp' ete As
Room every variety, shape' and finish of
to all the Medium and Elegant gradha or
~o our assortment.
ng and Square Black Merino Shawls, Break
J. R. READ & CO.
treet, Opposite Hasell, Charleston, S. C.
LD & CO.,
7HA R LEST O , S.. C..
blishmuent for the successfuf prosecutroi
ter accommodation of our frienduancips'
he Intended Improvement, some Rkre Bar.
Dress Goods,.comnprising-Biegant Irish Pop.
the, Poplinetts, Mourning in all varieties,.
Black and Colored, Erench Merinoes', En
!ble Dress Goods, Marked Down to Reds
J. R. READ & CO.,
263 King-St., Charleston, S. 0.
L S, PFR FUAE R Y.
CHARLESTON, S E.
LSON, P. B: WI 301K.
Chemist to late C.S. Ord. Departm't.
PAN, South CaroMt~aa
re Drugs & Chemiosa,
'ON, s. .
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
T HIS popular and well known Hotel has
been newly f'arnished througbout by the
preent Proprietor, who has ben. si2teelk
rears connected with the establishment.
W. W H1TE, PROPRIEToR.
GEoRGR G, M2XER, SuperntndB.
CH A RLES- A. b.ULLER, Cashier..
April 4; 186A-14