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Oh! ihe was beautaful and fair,
With starry eyes, and radiant hair,
Whose aurltng tendrils soft entwined,
Enchained the very heart and mind.
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Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette Street, SYRACUSE N. Y.
llrb. 27, 1867-1y.
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BIERGER,. SHUiTS & CG., Chemists,
No. 285 River Street, Troy, N. Y.
Feb. 2'T,1867. ly.
togo4pon the smoothest face
IF0 fiit three to five weeks by using
D)rtEVIGWE'S RESTAURA1EUR CA PIIr
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fe. rassBERGER. SHUrrS & CO.,
o. 285 Rirer.Street, Troy, N.
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far Exterminator ! !
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wan'anted to remove suyerfiuous hair from
Iow foreheads, or from'any part of the body,
conqiet.ely, totally and radically extirpating
the same, leaving the skin sofr, smooth and
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the French, and is the-: only real e1fectual
depkIatory in existence ..Price '75 cents per
package. sent post-pa*d, to .any address, on
rof an order, by.
SKUTN & Co., Chcmi'sts,
-285 Rtrer Sc., Troy, N. Y.
Feb. 27, I087-1v.
Manh.id: Row Lost, how Re
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- . ~of DrCulverwell's Celebra.
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&wi~.~~edeinei of Spermatorrboa, or Semi
ual tuvoluntry Seminal Losses, Im
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Fins duced by self-indulgence
or etravagance .
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at oneiuple, certain, and- effectual. by meaus
of which every sufferer, no matter whait his con
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This ILeure- should be in the hands of every
youth anid every man in theJland.
Sent, under seal, in-a plain envelope, to any
address, postpaid, oa receipt of six ceu ts, or two
post stamps. A&so Dr-. Culverweli's '-Marriage
GunidS,"price 25 cents. Address the publishers,
CH AS. J. C. K LIN E & CU.
327 Rouery, New York, Post Offce box 4,586.
Feb. 27 9 ly,
There cometh glad tidings of joy to all,
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By the use of
For Improving and Beautifying the Com,
The most valuable and perfect pre-paat ion
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Blotches, Moth Patches, Sallowness Erup
tions, and all impurities of the skin , kindly
healing the same leaving the skin white and
clear as alabaster. - Its use can not be de-,
tected by the closest scrutilly, and being a
vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless.
It is thd only article of the kind used by the
French, and Is considered by the Parisian as
indispensable to a perfect toilet. Upwards
of 30,008 bottles were sold during the past
year, a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy.
Price only '75 cents. Sent by mail, postspaid,
on reeipt of an order, by
BURGER, SHU T TS & CO., Chemists,
283 River St , Troy, N. Y.
Feb. 27, 1867. 1y.
E, the undersigned MERCHANTS of
Charleston. S. C., tespect1ly announce to the
BUSINESS MEN of the South that we are de.
sircu' of facilitating an early resumption of busi
ness relations betWeen our respective communi
Our stocks of MEFCHANDISE for the Spring
will be large, comprising a complete assortment
of all GOODS suitable for the Southern Markets,
and have been selected with great care by men
conversant with the wants and tastes of the
Southern people. Possessing ample facilities for
purchas4ng, both at home and abroad, while our
expenses, in comparison with other cities, are
small; we feel confident in saying that we will
be able to sell GOODS as cheap as the same
articles can be purchased in any city in the
We are prepared to respond to any CALL that
may be made in our respective lines of business,
and to fill at any time any responsible ORDER.
The facilities for TRANSPO:,TATIO\ between
here and all points are easy, quick and rapid,
and we have been creditably informed by the
President of the South Carolina Railroad that
freights between here and Augusta will be re
duced in rates as low as that of any competing
We hope that by the employment of the great
agencies of energy and industry, the whole of
the Southern country made desolate by the war
may speedily be reorganized to the mutual ad
vantage and general prosperity of all.
Foreign, Domestic and Fancy Dry Goods.
Marshall, Bur.e & Bowen, i41 Meeting street.
Johnston. Crews .t Co., 41 Hayne street.
Crane. Boylston & Co., corner Jleeting, Market
and- Hayne streets.
Strauss, Vai.cess & Co., 13) Meeting street,
corner Meeting and Hazel streets.
MAilnor, Wilbur & Martin. Meeting street.
Edwin Bates & Co.. Meeting street.
Noyes & Vail. 145 Meeting street.
Stoll, Webb & Co.,287 King street.
I L Falk 3 3 King street.
Levy Drucker 306 King street.
J. R. 1ead . Lo , 263 King street.
Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Furnishing Goods, &c.
North, Steele and Wardell, 167 Meeting street.
Lengnick and Sell, northeast corner Meeting
and Market streets.
John S. Fairly and Co., 37 Hayne street.
Levy Drucker, 316 King street.
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
Lengnick and Sell, northeast corner Meeting
and Market streets.
D. R. Williams and Co., (successors to Wil
lama aLd Covert,) 122 Meeting street.
Edwin Bates id Co., Meeting street.
1. L. Falk, 303 King street.
Mu-rphy, Little and Co., 161 Meeting and 213
Parker and Child, 1 3 East Bay.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings.
J. S. Phillips, (successor toEdgerton and Rich
ards,) 32 Broad street.
Hats, Caps and Straw Goods.
F. Horsey, (successors to Horsey, Auten and
Co.,) 25 llayne street.
D R Williams nd Co.,[s-ccessorto Williams
and Covert.} 122 Meeting street.
arpetings, Oil Cloths, Matting, Rugs, Door
Mats, Crumb Cloths and Step Ladders.
C. D. Catrr and Co., Hasell street.
Drugs and Medicines.
Goodrich, Wineman and Co., [Oid Southern
Drug House,. Direct Importers and Wholesale
Drugaists, 153 Meeting street.
Dowie and Moise, Southern Drug H ouse,
successors to King and Casssidy,] 151 Meeting
Paper, Stationery, Printing, Dinding and
Joseph Walker, corner Meeting and Market
Boots, Shoes, Trunks, &c.
E. B. Stoddard and Co., 165 Meeting street.
T. M. Bristoll, isuccesso.rs to Duniham,; Taft.
,nd Co., 149 Meeting street.
D.-F. Fleming and Co.. 2 Hiayne street.
Edward Daly, Agent, 141 Meeting street.
Saddlers, Harness Makers and Importers of
Hast ie, Calhoun and Co., 39 ayne street.
Fancy Goods, Fireworks, Toys, Confection
F. Von Santen, [established 1851,] 29) Eing
[mporters of French Confectionaries, Toys, &c.
W. Kinsman, [established 1838,) 279 King
W. Kin.sman, 279 King street.
W. L. Webb,-successor to Webb and Sage,
5 Hayne stree.
W liam ti. Whilden and Co ,-formlerly
Brown and Palma- 11 Hayne street.
Geo. W. Williams ar.d Co. corner Hayne ar '
W. H. Chaffee, 207 East Bay, opposite New
Geo. W. Clarke arnd Co., corner East Bay and
yhomipson and Bro., 112 East Bay.
C. H . Moise, 9 Hayne street.
BoIman Brothers, 88 East Bay corner Vendue
Wiliam Gurney, 1 2 East Bay.
HIenry B3ischoff and Co., 197 East Bay.
Bernard O'Neil. 189 East Bay
G ee. H . H oppoca, 18,5 Easst Bay.
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns and D)irect
Hstie, Culhoun and Co., 39 Hlayne street.
J. E A dger and Co., 139 Meeting street.
C. G-ravely, 52 East Bay.
Bissell and Co., 88 Hasel street.
Stoves, Ranges, Grates, Plumbers, Tin Ware
and House Furnishing Goods.
A dams. Damon and Co., at the old stand, 16
Manufacturers of Tin Ware.
Shepherd and Cohen,297 Kina street.
Dealers in Tinners' Goods and Tools.
Shepherd and Cohen, 297 King street.
Sashes, Doors and Blinds.
W. M. Bird and Co., 2.3 East Bay.
C. Graveley. 52 Er.st Bay.
Paints, O'is, Glass. Varnishes and Lamps.
W. N. Bird and Co., 203 Fast Bay.
Holmes and Calder, 126 Meeting street.
Wine and Liquor Merchants.
Geo. WV. Clarke and Co., corner East Bay and
A. 8. Jarvis, 82 East Bay.
Geo. H. Hoppock, 185 East Bay.
Factors and Commission Merchants.
Geo. W. Williams and Co., corrncr Hlayne and
Ship Brokers ani General Commision
Risley and Creighton, corner East Bay and
Shippers of Timber and Lumber to Foreign
and Domestic Ports.
Riley and Creighton, corner East Bay and
ieb 27, 1867. . 2mo.
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Confectioneries, Fruits, Fish, &c.
DR. T. GOUIN
Opposite the Hotel,
And next door to Paysinger' s
Has now in store one of the most complete
and carefully selected s tocks of
Choice Family Supplies,
Segars, Smoking and Chew
Ever before offered in this market, to an ex
amination of which he respectfully invites
public attention. feb 6 6
Shad, Shad, &c.
I WILL have Shad and Fresh Fish of all
kinds every Wednesday and Saturday, at
the lowest Charleston prices.
A. M. RISER.
I have made arrangements to get fresh
Osters and Fish twice a week, to accommno
dite the citizens. .A . MI. RISER.
Dec 5 tf
fIDES ANDDBARW ANTED,
AT THE- TAN YARD, formerly R. B.
Holman's. The market price will be paid
for RAW HIDES and GOOD BARK, either
in leather or cash. None or either
wanted unless of good quality. Persons
wishing to get bark this Spring, can call
at the Tan Yard, where equitable contracts
will be made for the same.
We have also a large lot of fine white,
ellow and mixed corn, to arrive soon,
which we will sell at a short profit for cash.
Persons can engage now or purchase after
arrival in large or small lots by c-alling at
our Steam Mill.
J. S. H AIR & CO.
MESSRS. EDITORs: You will please an
nounce Mr. R. V. GIST, as a candidate for a
seat in the next session of our State Legisla,
FARMERS OF NEW BERRY DIST.
MIESSRs. EDITORs:-You will please an
nounce NATHAN F. JO HNSON as a can
didate for the office of Clerk of Court, of the
District of Newberry, for the next ensuing
term. MANY FRIENDS.
ESR.EDITORS-By nominating Mr.
DA ML . WHEELER as a candidate for
Tax Collector of Newberry District, you will
oblige his many WARM FRIENDS.
MEssRs. EDITORs :-You will please an%
nounce J. D. SMITH, as a candidate for the
office of Tax Collector, Newberry Distr-ict,
and oblige MANY FRIENDS.
May 2, 1866.
MESSRs EDITORs: You are authorized to an
nounce JOHN W. COUNTS as a candidate for
the office of Tax Collector for Newberry Diet.,
at the ensuing election. Mr. Counts is a gentle.
man every way qualified for the office.
FoR TAX COLLECTO.-Capt. JOHIN WIL
LIA MS is respectfully nominated as a candidate
Ifor the Office of Tax Collector, Newhewy Dis
trict, at the next election.
Oct. 31st, 186. MANY FRIENDS.
MEssRs. EDrroRS-Please nominate Mr JOS.
W . HILL as a suitable candidate for the office
of Tax Collector, for the ensuing term, and
blESSRS EDITOs-Please announce Mr.
JACO B KU3LER as a candidate for the of,
Notice to Debtors.
THE tiotes and accounts of Hunt & Bro's
have been placed in our hands for collec
tion. Those indebted to the sai.1 co-part
nership will find it to their interest to call
and see us before return day, as we may
make arrangements to suit parties.
JONES & JONES.
Chesley D. Spearman, Agent,
HEREBY notifies all persons that he is
the regularly constituted agent of his
mother, Margaret Spearman of this District,
to manage her plantation and transact all
the business in relation to the same, by a
witten agreement bearing date 14th Feb.
1S67, and having effect for this year, begin
ng January 1st 1867.
CIHESLEY D. SPEARM AN,
Feb. 20-8-3t. Agent.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of
JOSEPH CHUPP, dec'd, will make payment
to, and those having demands againt the
same, will present them duly at tested to me,
on or before the 13th day of March next,
as a settlement will be made on "the estate
on that day. WM. W. IOUSEAL,
Feb. 20-S-4t. Ex'or.
ALL persons indebted to me either by
note or account, are earnestly requested to
come forward and make settlement by re
turn day, or I will be compelled to sue in
self defence. Those indebted to the estate
of Catherine Clark, dec'd, are requested
also to come forward and make immediate
payment. The notes and accounts will be
left in the hands of Major Suber for collec
tion, after Mor day the 2Lth inst.
R. P. CLARK.
Persons indebted to the firm of Harris &
Wright, are hereby warned not to make
payment to R. C. Wright, as he is not au
thorized to receive the same. The accounts
belonging to the firm are in the hands of
Thos. Moorman, Esq., for collection.
Feb. 21) 8 3t. JAS. Y. HARRIS.
THE Notes and Accounts of W. F. Pratt
& Nance, that remain unpaid on Return day
or the District Courts and the Courts of
Cmmon Pleas, next ensuing, will he placed
n the hand of Attorney for collection.
WM. F. NANCE,
for W. F. PRATT & NANCE,
Dec. 25th, 1866. 2rr. In liquidation.
ALL persons indebted to me by note or
acount must come forward and s.ettle the
ame before the 1st day of March next,
for a settlement I must have, otherwise I
will put every claim in the hands of a
Lawyer for collection. I am in reality.
L. C. KIBLER.
Frog Level, Jan. 30-5-6t.
Notice to Debtors.
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of
WILLIAM MARS, deceased, are hereby
notified that the notes belonging to said
state are in the hands of Jones & Jones
for collection, and will be sued on if not
paid or arranged before return day.
JAMES A. MARS,
ROBERT H. M ARS, . Ex or.
Jan. 22-5, 1867. 6t.
All persons indebted to Isaac Keller,
either by Note or Account are called upon
to come forward and make a settlement
before return day.
Feb. 6 6 St. ISA AC KELLER.
The undersigned hereby notify the public
tha t the note given by them, as principals.
to Dr. W. F. Pratt, about the fifteenth of
November, 1858, for abont three thousand,
three hundred dollars, will not be paid un'.
less forced by law, because of a failure of
the consideration for which it was given.
All parties a'-e warned not to trade for the
.WILLIAM A. WILLIAMS,
EDWAR[D B. FERGUSON.
Newberry S. C., Feb. 5th, 1867.
The subscriber respectfully reqnests all
persons indebted to him either by note or
account to come forward and settle with'
him immediately. W. A. ELMORE.
F. b. 6 6 44.
ALL persons indebted to me, by note oi
account, are requested to sett,le before re
turn day, otherwise I will be compelled tc
place their notes and accounts in an attor
ne's hands fcr collection. Partie3 indebt
ed to the estate of J. Dansby will likewise
observe the above notice.
WM. W. HOUSEAL.
ALL persons having demands agai.nst the
estate of C. F. SLIGH, dec'd, are requested
to hand them in to the undersigned proper
y attested, on or before the 1st day of
April ne~xt. And all persons indebted tc
the said deceased, are required to pay
before return day or their notes will be
sued on. These notes are now in the hand!
of Jones & Jones for collection
W. S. CANNON,
Feb. 13-'7-St. Executor.
I HEREBY forewarn all persons, white
or black from trespassing on my plantation
either on foot, or on horseback, throwing
down fences, hunting, or for any other puir
pose. Any person found thereon in viola
tion will be prosecuted to the full extent
of the law. A. L. L ARK.
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 thie indebtedness, to come forwardj
and settle up. I am willing to compromise
on fair terms. This is the first time ever
since nay 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 use to eC-ntinue
Small favors thankfully received, and
large ones in proportion.
We have removed our stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
to that Large and Commodious New
Brick Building, opposite to .2 Barre
& Son, and next door to Dr. Pratt's
new Drug Store. We will be ready
in a few days to show our friends
and customers our stock.
Look for the Sign of the BIG
I. M. SUBER & CO.
Feb 13 7 tf
WRIGHT & COPPOCLI
Men's, Boys' and Youths'
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
No. 4, Mollohon Row,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
We are now offering great inducements to
all in need -of goods in our line, by selling
them for less than what they are worth. We
are induced to do this, to prepare for our
Spring stock, and will sell at cost, and "less
than cost," rather than carry over old stock.
Now is the time to buy Winter Goods-cheap.
Come soon if' you want the best bargains.
Wright & Coppock.
E AR 7ES
The subscriber would respectfully inform
his friends, and the public generally that he
has opened a complete
Saddlery and Harness
At BLEASE'S OLD STAND,
OVER THE TIN SHOP,
Where be will keep constantly on hand,
Saddles and Harness of every description.
REPAIRING done with Neatness
TERMs CAsH, at moderate and popular
jan 16 3 1f J. BOYLE, Agent.
Blease & Wright,
Have now in store and are constantly
receiving a large assortment of the
very best articles of
Which they warrant to give entire satisfac
HALL, OFFICE & SHOP STOVES.
They manufacture and sell as wholesalc and
retail the best article of
Plain Tin Ware.
They keep on band a good assortment of
Pressed and Japanned
B ouse Fvrmishind oods,
They do all kinds of JOB WORK. usually
done in their line, such as ROOFING. GUT
TERING, &c. Jan 23 1y
The History of a
Brigade of Carolinians,
BY Lieut J. F. J. MALD1YLL.
Can be had at the Book store,
Carwile & McCaughrin's, Dr.
Pope's and elsewhere.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN~A
By John T. Peterson, Ordinary of Newberry
Whereas, W. G. Abrams has applied to
me for Letters of Adaplnistration, on all and
singular the goods and chattels, rights and
credits of J. M. Senn late of the district
Thoesedare thereor to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors of
the said deceased, to be and appear before
me, at our next Ordinary's Court for the
said District, to be holdea at Newberry Court
House,ofl the 5th day of March next, to show
cause, if any, why the said Administration
Given nder my hand and seal, this 19th
day of Feb., in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-seve11.
.John T. Peterson, o. N. D.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS
nral Robert E. Lee,
Lovelaee & Wheeler.
SEED! SEED! SEED!
A great variety of Fresh
Garden Seeds, just received d;rect from
David Landreth & Son, Philadelphia. War
ranted Fresh. For sale by
Feb 13 7 tf LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Another lot of those fine
PINK EYE POTATOES, just received.
Feb 13 LOVELACE & WHEELER.
FI OCTj _
First quality Self Rising Flour, and Family
Flour in barrels or to retail.
Feb 13 LOVELACE & WHEELER.
A very nice article of Smoking Tobacco,
put up in nice Paper Boxes, 1 lb each. And
some extra fine Chewing Tobacco.
Feb 13 LOVELACE & WHEELER.
JIiTRY MADE tII8IRS.
Kept on hand, and for sale, cheap for
cash only, by
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
ORDERS BY MAIL AT
TENDED TO, AT
E. E, J KSON'S,
Feb.6 4 COLUMBIA, S. C.
WIKMAN & WIs fEr
General Commission and'
Respectfully announce that they have now
on hand a fresh assortment of articles in
their line, to which they solicit early atteue
A B C. Powdered and Crushed.
Rjp, two qualities.
S. H. Syrup,
Sides and S. C. Hams, Breakfast strips.
Coutr . Lard,
Gallon, half gallon, quarter gallon.
1n Cans, French, (in bottles) Flour, Candles,
Cheese, Salt, Candles. So. p, Spices, Teas,
Fruits. Wooden Ware, Maekerel, Dutch Her
ring, Salmon, Oysters, Matches, and Crock
Corn, Peas and Potatoes, Barley, and new
Buckwheat Flour, Nuts and FIra Crackers,
for the holidays.
Above please find memorandum in part of
our stock, which we tritst is sufficient to
warrant us a call. December 12
And consisting in part as follows:
Sugars, all grades, from 15 ets.
to 25 cts., coffee, bacon, lard, ten, 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 toilet,; candles, starch, indigo,
madder, coppe-ras,blue stone, pepper, spice,
ginger, sod-,, pickles-all sorts and sizes;
oysters, sardines, autmegs, mace, claves,
cinanmon bark, yeast powders, mustard,
bleing, candies, raisins, lemons, oranges,
apples, vinegar, molasses, concentrated lye.
Tobacco, snuff and cigars. all grades;
tubs, buckets, bhue and brass bound, all
sizes ; seives, brooms, water dippers.black
ing and brushes, .eurry combs, cotton and
wool cards, jim-crow cards, nails, axes,
pocket and table cutlery, tacks, swis, spey
ing needles, &c. Notions of all kinds, viz ;
Paper and linen collars. shirts and bosoms,
hose and half hose, suspenders, belts, haitl
kerchicfs, 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,
dressing combs, razors, razor strops, shav
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 a. a very short profit.
All kinds country produce bought or bar
tered for at market prices.
WILSON & WICKER,
Oct 31 1y Main-st., Newberry.
Restaurant and~ Lodgings.
B. M. BLEASE, Agent.
SMITH & CHRISTIAN'S
N MAIN STP NEWEEY,
Guano, Phosphates, et..
MAPE9 N TROGENIZEw. SUP '
PHOSPHATE OF LIMt
For Cotton, Corn, Wheat, 4
All of its Phosphates-aiin t^o-&
tion to become quickly -S?LUBL 3n 0e
soil and available to the crop. - The simp4
matters, blood and flesh; yieldinug mmoio ,
produce an early start and vigorensgrotd -h
enabling the plants to appropriate the Plha: .
phates and :other valuable ingredient& In
the fertilizer for the complete devejop mewt
of the lint and seed of cotton, grain of
Wheat and crops generally. .Sold by
KINSM A N & OWLL, - . -
Sole Agents. - 153 ast 16 -
Feb. 20-8-tf. Charles:on. -
The undersigned will receive in. few
days, and ofler for sale
100 Tons Pemvia.
Which was purchased'- by one4f the Art,
from the only authorized agent of the Pe
rurian Government in the United States.
It is .well known that a great deal of Gos
no, sold for genuine Peruvian, is -aduesa
ted, and therefore of little vale..
The nadersigned now -offer an srtiee
which they can confidently war at as pe
and genuine. -
Secure your Guano now for.the Cot - "
ton crop. Make up for the 'd f
labor by enriehing your land; . -
CARWILE & McCAUCRI'
Jan 30 Im
Of Newberry .C. IL,S
Nos. 80 and 82 Leoiartyst
(West of Broad%ay,) New Y*rk J
The subsCriber 'would affte tbakh# :
neetfon with the abo,ve bosseenahf-. ~
seli his goods at a- consideranble e W
below present market praek
January 9 -
I-osiery~ CHov~e4 -
FANCY NOTLIN -
Cariages, Buggiest Wgin
NEAR. TBE-DEPOT IN ONE'OFWV
The subscriber. being a'praptientL~~
maker by trade, haing arranged.rhi~m,
petent workmen, forcarryidg b i.
ness in a workmeflke manner;bh aanoua
ces to the citizens of Newberry and
ding country, that -he is ready tb -EIV
odersi for new work, Carriag'es~ .oi3
gies, &c., of any style tby.pat(erb ta
tis. may wish. An.a if their wthi4 t net
done acobrding to order-parties will nts. be
under any obligation to take iZk.when dtne.
Give him a' trial, is all he asks. . (fl Viid
riages tid Buggies rendvated..and lbedIe 0
look equal to new, at reasonabfrre~
liberal share of patronage is solist4
He is in monthly receipt .f jlattuns O~
all the latest styles in vogue; parties ordere
ing can have a'fine selection~to chduse fUr
A few Buggies on hand foidbsla -
Dec. 19 516mo. JrTA1L0%.
Ce M. JONES,
Newbewy C. H., So. ~.
Respectfully liifo.rms the e1tfle.e of New
berry and surreending country that havling
reoened his carriage shop, and is noW
prepared ta enceute all work in hisi ine in
the neatest manner, and with dispatchL
Will make and tepair
Nov 7 6nid
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