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AT RRIBLE GrJSH.
;:he following was found on the street
in_a:eighboring city. it is to be hoped
h at the author sZvived the burst of his
-- fa thejoys sosiisaftsto:uman
b"b's team qus whirl,
roaches Heaven so near
smacking, jolly, joking,
"aunty1 jovial, poser- poking,
ps litle darting with a black cap and black
4 ~.feather, who snuggles right unagainst your
side and s you assist her in holding her
~Wh laghs at you with a mouth of pearl
_ A-dear little duck of a girl.
Pls up your wealth as mountain high,
steed and girl
rest, sweetest girl,
t rogabh, rarest,
8 , SQCaest,
fairet of the fair.
ior o Bufatl+
akes aim estimate of
y -- =cats tA = hat city.
"-$e t~oxtour streets he
4YILQirtlgh the other
" &ie,counted 399 eats, and
re: hisa fair average there
- aboat43,000 cats in Buffalo:
oes ot - |Loy -cathat
i. at all heavy will weigh four
j~wheh would make the ag
;t , . b-uudred and eighty
kt ?9snd and fbur-hundred
e. _wuen this cat is
maufactured into sausages, allow
t.g for the addition of seasoning
se forth, it -will yield, say two
thou d.pounds. Good
orth oprcan sausages
-1r euts per pound.
we end that im the sim
t saugages alone,
4. U~ffao does a business
~he manufacture of
i od ad other sausa
eri carrned on to a
'"t. Kad wedone
og fhe grand'totaiud douttese
Mve-been muel lIarger: .Enough
- &sbees o show that one
--ac ~ at- lest, is8a
-~ enerable 8 inster once sug
-edhatal} i abesi
9 gathered together
ht.hear 'em squeal. What
* ~ vg~) tiwould be .to ,collect
beats-, before they were
aot& one man's
~ <]~~'a~d tie heir tails together,
J1d listen to n-eneentra
- ~ ctierwa . 1*, 'a Stheir
A-~ *te~ arrangements were con
fi pigs and all
n e 409 op- long
n ry nairrow one-she step
eff lie 'dis6overed
the shapeof a-good
- Lhe at once assumed a
- ~eent attitude and commen
~d screaming. "Whee whee !"
~~kthe alarm and made
: $~be oor~ and discovering the
1argdst space to be between the
d$y's two fee[ pitched for that,
T Dahinstantly assumed a hori
ztnital position and movement for
therdoor. But to prevent a pre
~ ~ -matuire elopement, she caught hold
-f pgta heir hoops caught the
bpg H i eship found himself
at Meneeetareerated in hoops.
ap e struggle-a wo
aggrinnation against a
-b~il~--.eontist not unequal,
nietas it was udic
rouis. Thenoise brought thelady's
good mother to the scene, but
wh a oIdshe do? alfbough the
squealimg, of' thepig and the posi
tiveassertiori that she "should be
kill f ifonl mother
to exling assistance.
A was unavoidable,
and, to effect this, the hoops were
unfastened,, and away went his
pigship, arrayed in his new attire,
lacking only one thing to make
him fpeetably .dressed, viz-a
AGoon ExIAnzL.-We are
gratied to learn that.action was
taken at Anderson-Court by which
legal relief was afferded debtors in
the atentio1r of -time:. Cannot
From and after this date, the "Shiver
House," will be known by the above namel
The patronage received by the present pro
prietress has been so gratifying that she is
dete-: nined to enlarge her business and
give to it a distinctive title.
The travelling public will be accommo
dated promptly and well; an unexception
able table always be kept ; attentive ser
vants will attend to individual wants, and
no effort be spared to preserve the reputa
tion which the present management has en
deavored to preserve.
MRS. D. C. SPECK,
Dec. 19 tf. Columbia, S. C.
CORNER QUEEN AND MEETING STS,
Charleston, S. C.
This well known first class Hotel has just
been thorou=hly repaired, refitted and re
furnished, and is now ready for the acco..
modaticn of the travelling public, whose
patronage is respeutfully solicited.
Coaches alays in readiness to convey
passengers to and from the Hotel.
The Proprietor promises to do all in his
power for the comfort of his guests..
Nov 7 Proprietor.
No.103, East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
ON THE EUROPEAN SYSTEM,
The boarder or lodger renting his room,
and-eating where- he pleaga. -Attached to
.the house is a fine- RETAURANT where
the best of fare of any and every kind, and
't most reasote 4'ites, can be had. This
plan is extensively caaried on in New York
and is found to be most convenient,. and
.particularly adapted to business tnen. The
rooms are large, airy and well furnished,
and every attention will be given to render
satisfaction. May 9, 19-ti.
Corner King and Society-sts.,
CHARLFSTON, S. C.
Savage & Ensign, Proprieters.
Jesse L. Savage. - - Edwin W . Ensign.
Charleston, S. C.
The above popular Hotel is open for the
accommodation3of the Travelling Public.
Board, per day,.$3.00
Mrs. H. L. BUTTERFIE.LD,
A. BUTTERFIELD, Proprietress.
Supermntendent, N'ovemnber I
IIARLEST~ON, S. C.
THIS popbilar and~well knowni Hotel has
been newly fur:nished throughout by the
present Proprietor, who has been sixteen
years connected with the establishment.
W. WHlITE,. PROPRIETOR.
GEORGE G. MIXER, Superintendent,
CEARLES A. MiLLER, Cashier.
.Aprii 4, 1866-14.
256, IN T HE lEND OF KING-STREET,
CH ARLESON, S. C.
THIS pleasantly located House is now open
for the accommodation of pe.rmanent and trans
Mrs. A. J. K ESNEDYP L. A. EUFF.
July 25, 866. - t.
- GENR A LSUP'rS OFFICE.
V.ARlitaaom, S. '., NOV 3, 1866.
PASSENGER Train will run as follows, viz :
Leave.Charleston ....,..........8.00 a. m.
Arriveaf Columbia.............. 21) p. m
Lare Columbia........-..............6.0 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston.....;.-.........4.00 p ut.
T'IEoUQR - AIL TEaill,
awe Augu ........ ........... m.
Anrive at Kingsvill...............105~ a.'m.
AYtre at Counb............... .-3-0.*- kl.
Leave Columb1a.................:...200 p.m.
Arrive at- Kngille............ .8.40 p. m.
Arrive at Augusta..i.f........12t'Tnight.
Nov.6 H T PEAiKE, Gen'lSup't.
Green'rille & Columbia ft. R.
Passe.iger Trains will run daily (Sundays except
ed; until further notice as follows:
Leave Columbia at.................7.15 a. m.
" Alt.ton at......................905"
" Newberry-- -- - 10.35 "
Arriva at A bbeville at---8 18 p m;
*-at Anderson sat * E 10"
" at(Greenvillea at0
Leave Greenville at 6:0a n
4 Anderson at 63
" Newberry at12'p.m
Arri-eat Alston at-- 24 "
"at Colnmbiaat . 1s4)
GENERAL SUPEU]NTEND)'TS OFFICE.
CHLARLOTTE & S. C. RAIL ROAD,
Cor.nMBa, S. C., Nov. 5, 1866.
On and after WED\ESDAY, 6th inst.,
Through Passenger Trains will be run over this
road as follows:.
Leave Columbia at..... ...........10a. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at..............940 a. mn.
Leave Charlotte at................... 6.10 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia at...............1.40 p. m.
Nov. 6. JAS. ANDERSON, Sup't.
NORTHEASTERN RAIL ROAD.
Shortest, quickest and only direct
J.. . .Petersburg
~Timnethrough by Epres an o e
Tickets good by either of the three follow
Richmond anti Washington
Bay Line and Baltimore
Baggage Checked through to any point.
T ickets good until used.
S. s.- SOLOMONS,
Dec. 29, 1866. '"Superintendent.
THE following is thE traveling schedule on.
the route between Columbia, Richmond,
Washington and New York,via the Charlotte
and South Carolina Railroad:
LAave Columbia at 2.20. p. wm.; arrive at
Charlotte, 9.20 p. m. Leave Charlotte a',
9.40 p. mn.; arrive .et Greensboro at 2 40 a.
m. Leave Greensboro, by Danvuie Rails
i-oad at 3.00 a. im.; arrive at Richmond at
8.00 p. m. A rrive at Washington at 6.00 a.
m.; arrive-at NewJork at 6 00 p. m, same
day. Oct. 3d;
Seadula. Rlue &rid R ailn.
MEssRs EDITORS.--The friends of CAPT.
GU7S. DICKERT, of Pomaria, the brave
soldier and hero of many battles, respectfully
nominate him as a candidate for the office of
Tax Collector of this District, believing that
his nomination will prove highly acceptable,
March 20, 12 tf. MANY FRIENDS.
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 NEWBERRY DIST.
MESsRs. EDITORS:-You will please an
nounce NATHAN F. JOHNSON as a can
didate for the office of Clerk of Court, of the
District of Newberry, for the next ensuing
term. MANY FRIENDS.
MEssRs. EDITORS-By nominating Mr.
DANIEL B. WHEELER as a candidate for
Tax Collector of Newberry District, you will
oblige his many WARM FRIENDS.
3ESSRS. EDITORS :-You will please an,
nounce J. D. SMITH, as a candidate for the
office of Tax Collector, Newberry District,
and oblige MANY FRIENDS..
May 2, 1866.
MEsaS EDITORS : Yon are authorized to an
nounce JOHN W. COUNTS as a candidate for
the office of Tax Collector for Newberry Dist.,
at the ensuing election. Mr. e'ounts is a gentle
man every way qualified for the office.
FoR TAx COLLECTOR.-Capt. JOHN WIL
LIAMS is respectfully nominated as a candidate
for the Office ofTax Collector, NewLerry Dis
trict, at the next election.
Oct. 31st, 1866. MANY FRIENDS.
Massas. EDITORs-Please nominate Mr JOS.
W. HILL as a suitable candidate for the office
of Tax Collector, for the ensuina term. and
AlEssRs EDITORs-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.
MESSRS. ED'ToRs.-You will please an,
nounce TRO iAS H. CROMER as a candi
date for Tax Collector Newberry District. at
the next election. MOLLO HON,
Restaurant and Lodgings.
B. M. BLEASE, Agent.
SMITH & CHRISTIAN'S
ON MAIN ST., NEWBERRY,
IS now han dsomely furnished and well
supplied with all kinds of pure liquors.
GROVESTEEN & Co.
PIANO FORTE MANUFACTURERS,
449 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
These P?IANOS received the Highest Award
of Merit, at the World'0 Fair. over the best ma
kers from London, Paris, Germany, the cities of
New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore and Boston ;
also, the Gold Medal at the American Institute,
for Five Successive Years ! Our Piano contain
the French Grand Action, Harp Pedal Over
strung Bass. Full Iron Frame, and all Modern
Improvements. Every Instrument .warranted
FIVE years Made under the supervision of Mr
J. H . G ROVESTEEN, 'who has apractical expen
rience of over thirty five years, and is the maker
of over eleven thousand pianio fortes. Our facil
ities for manufacturing enable us to sell these In
struments from $100 to 6200 cheaper than any
first class piano forte. aug 1.51y
PER YEAR! we want agents every wherc
to sell our IMPROVED $20 Sewing Ma
chines. Three new kinds. Under and up
per feed. Sent. on trial. Warran ted flye
years. Above salary on large commissions
paid. The OYLY machines sold in the Uni
ted State for less than $40, which are fully
licensed by HoIwe, Wheeler & Wilson, Gro
ver- & Baker, Singer & Co., and Bachelder.
All other cheap machines are infringiements,
and the seller or user are liable to arrellt, fine
and imprisonment. Illustrated circulars sent
free. Address, or call upon Shaw & Clark,
at Biddeford, Maine, or Chicago, Ill.
July 25 ly.
FASIIIONABLE BARBER and
RESPECTFULLY announces to the gen
tlemen of Newberry, that he has opened at
the old shop, opposite the Court House,
and next to Messrs. I. M!. Sober & Co.,
where ho will be happy to wait upon all in
the exercise of his profession. His object
is to please the most fastidious taste, and
the keeping of his shop shall be atter the
most unexceptionable style.
shaving, Trimming, Shampooing, and
Hairdying executed in the most approved
C. H. KINGSMORE
Is still at the old stand,
Prepared to Take
Ambrotypes & Photographs,
Cabinet & Life size Portraits,
FromLife or any kind of Picture. He will
visit the country or a neighboring town to
paint Portraits. A cloudy day as good as
any. Jan 16
.ConfectiOnecries, Fruits, Fish, &c.
DR. T. GOUJIN
Opposite the Hotel,
And next dooi10t Paysinger' s
Has tow in store one of the most complete
and carefully selected stocks of
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District.. John S.
Renwick, Adm'r vs. Stephen Dugan and
others. Bill for sale of real estate, re
By order of the Court, I will re-sell at the
risk of the former purchaser on the first
Monday in April, 1867, before the Court
House at Newberry, at public auction, the
real estaae of Ben Dugan, freeman, deceased,
A tract of land, situated in Newberry
District, containing seventy-four acres, more
or less, and bounded by lands of Dr. G. W.
Glenn, deceased, J. B. Glymph and others.
A tract of land, situated in Newberry
District on waters of King Creek, contain
ing forty-five acres, more or icss, and bound
ed by lands of John Glenn, J. S, Renwick
and David Wicker.
'fERS.-The purchaser will be required
to give bond with at least two good sureties
and a nortgage of the premises, to secure
payment of the purchase money, payable
on the first day of January 186S, with in
terest from the day of stile, and to pay in
cash the cost of these proceedings.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c. E. N. D.
Con's office, Ilarch 13-11-3t.
STATE OF SO UTI CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberrv District.. L. C.
Kibler and others vs Nancy Aull and
others. Bill for account, injunction sale
of land, to pay debts and to appoint
It appearing to my satisfaction that John
31artin Aull, one of the defendants to the
Bill resides beyond the limits of this State.
It is ordered, that he do plead, answer or
demur to said Bill within three months from
the nublication of the rule, or the same
will be taken vro confesso against him.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, C.E.N.D.
Com's Office, Feb. 25-10-tf.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. John S.
Renwick, Adm'r vs. Stephen Dugan, Sam.
Dugan et al.
The creditors of Ben Dugan, freeman,
deceased, are required to render and es
ta'-lish on oath, their respective demands
before the Commissioner on or before the
first day of May next.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, C.E.N.D.
Con's office, 1st Feb. 1867.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. James R.
Sheppard vs. Mary E Schumpert and
others. Bill for Injunction. &c.
The creditors of Honorias Sheppard, dec'd,
are requested to render and establish, on oath
their respctive demands before the Co-rn
missioner, oh or before the first day of May,
1867. SIL AS Jo HNSTO NE, C. E. N. D.
Comn's office, Feb. 1, 1867. 3rno. 412
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. Thos, S.
Blair, Adm'r, vs. Rebecca J. Thompson
The creditors of Thomas J. Thompson,
deceased, are required to render and estabs
lish on oath their respective demands be
fore the Commissioner on or before the first
day of April next.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, C. E. Ni. D.
Comn's office, Feb. 1st, 1867. 2mo. . *
In every county of North and South Caro
lina, to canvass and sell Lloyd's new double
map of North Anierica on tihe face, and a
county map of the United States on the
back--covering 24 square feet of muslin,
with rollers, &c. Other agencies can be
given if desired. Ageuts make from $5 to
$20 per day. Address,
WARREN R. MARSHALL,
General Agent Lloyd's Map,
Columbia, S. C.
Feb. 20 8 3t.
THE subscriter has just received a supply
of these Cases, from the above celebrated
manufacturer, which are of the latest and
most improved patterns, and of elegant Rose
wood finish, and: which he offers at low rates
to the public. He- takes this occasion to say
that they have been purchased exclfusively
for-cash. and selling them at only a small
advance on the caisli price, that no orders for
the above Cases will be attended to unless
accompanied with the cash
R C. CHAPMAN.
Newberry, S. C., July 25, 1866. 9m.
J. HICKLING & CO.'S
Great Sale of Watches.
On the popular one price plan, giving every
patron a handsome arnd reliable watch for the
low price of Ten Dolla rs ! Without regard to
value, and not to be paid for unless perfetly
50) Solid Gold Hunting Watches $-950 to $73
500 Magig Cased Gold Watcthes-2O0to 500C
500 Ladies' Watches. Ensmaled--100 to 303
1,000 Gold Ht'g Chtron. Watches--250 to 800
1.0Oo Gold Hunt!g English IL.vers-'-0 to 25
3,000 Gold Uant'g Duplex Watches-150 to~'20
5,i.0t (o!d Ht'g American 1'vatches-100 to 250
5(.3 Silver Runting Levers- 5' to 15i
5,0-.0 Silver Hlunt'g Duplexe--75 to 251
5,000.G old Lodies' Wates- 50 to 250
1',000 Gold Hnnting Lepines-,5) to 75
10,00 Miscellaneous Silver Watche- &1 to 100
25,000 Hunting Silver Watce- 25 to 51
83,00 Assorted Watches, all kinds- 10.to 75
Every patron obtains a Watch-.by this arrange
ment, costing but $10, while it may be worthl
$750. No partiality shown.
Messrs J. Huckling & Co.'s Great American
Watch Co., New York City, wish to immediates
Iy dispose of the above magnificent Stock. Ces
tificatek naming articles, are p laced in sealed en
velops. Holders are entitled to the articles
nanied on their certificates, upon payment of
Ten Dollars.-whether it be a W atch worth $750
or one worthb less, The return ot any of o 'r cer
tificates entitles -you tO the articles named the
on, upon pay ment, irrespective of its worth, and
as no article valued less than $10 is named on
any certificate, it will at once be seen that tnis
is no lottery, but a straiht-forward legitimate
tgansaction, which may beparticip'atd in even
by the most fastidious!
A single Certificate will he senit by miail, post
poid. upon receipt of 25 cents, five for $1, eleven
tor $2, thirty-three and elegant premium for $5,
sixtyasir-and more saluiable premium for 610,
or.e hfteLdred and most supei-b Watch for 15
To Agents and those wishing emploment this
is arare opportuuity. It is a gtnately con
ducted business, duly authoe byte Govern
ment, and open to the ~iiost caefl routiny.
Try us. Address
J. BICX7IDG & Co.,
- 149 Broadway-Near P. O.
Feb.,6-68muo. , City of New York.
.7. R. 5TzInouse. -A LLLR KACAULY.
( ommission Mercgiants,
For the sale of Cotton, Cotton Tarns, Sheet-.
ings,. ?aval Stores, etc., end for the purchase of
Merchandise generally, .
66 Petr.l Street, New York,
Carriages, Buggies, Wagons.1
A New Carriage
NEAR THE DEPOT IN ONE OF WM.
The subscriber being a practical Carriage
maker by trade, having arranged with com
petent workmen, for carrying on his busi
ness in a workmanlike 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, &e., of any style or pattern that par
ties may wish. And if their work is not
done according to order parties will not be
under any obligation to take it, when done.
Give him a trial, is all he asks. Old Car
riages and Buggies renovated and made to
look equal to new, at reasonable prices. A
liberal share of patronage is solicit, d.
He is in monthly receipt of patterns of
all the latest styles in vogue;[parties order
ing can h-ive a fine selection to choose from.
A few Buggies on hand for sale.
Dec. 19 51 6mo. J. TAYLOR.
C M. JONES,
Newberry C. H., So. Ca.,
Respectfully informs the citizens of New
berry and surrounding country that having
re.opened his cariiage 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 6mo
For Sale or Rent.
The House and Fairm in Newberry, now
the property of Alonzo J. White, Esq., and
and formerly the residence and property of
Dr W. W. MeMorris. On the premises
are a fine dwelling house, all necessary out
buildings, and a fine well of water. In the
garden and lot, there is also a fine selection
of Fruit Trees.
Attached is a Farm of Twenty Acres,
more or less, recently cultivated, and well
drained and fenced.
For tcrmns app.ly at R. R. Depot.
N. B. MAZYCK, Agent.
Jan. 16 3 tf.
Would most respectfully
state to the public that he has moved in his
new rooms over Captain McFall's store, on
Main street, and can at all times be found
ready to do any and everything in his line
Mr. Edwin Jones will work at one-fourth
*A t the same time I would say to all who
are indebted to me, that they would find it
very much to their interest to call and settle
soon or they wifl be sued. Feb 13 tf
For ENGLISH ACCOUNT EXCLUSIVELY
W O OL,
Or Unshorn Sheep Skins.
Market prices paid in esbh, or Cloth ex
WM. F. NANGE.
Office in rear Grierson's Drug Store, New
berry, S. C.
dec 12 tnm
HIDE NDDBAR VITED,
AT THE TAN YARD, formerly R. B.
Holman's. The market price will be paid
for RAW HIDES and GOOD BARK, either
in .le:ther 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,
yellow 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 calling at
our Steam Mill.
J.s. HAIR & CO.
* When you visit
* Columbia,. don't
Fail to call on E. JK Jackson,
and examine his recherche
stock of Goods. _He keeps
everythfng in the Drug line.
.Goods pure and at reason
-E. &H.T ATHONY & C0.,
Manufactnurers of Photographic MaterialB,
WgoLEsALE AND RETAIL,
501 RO0A DW AY, N.. Y.
In.addition-to our main buEness of'i>HOTO'.
G RAPHIC MAl'ERIALS we are headquarters
for the following, viz:
* Sgreoscopes & Stereoscopic Views.
Of American and Foreign Cities and Landscapes,
Groups, Statuary, etc.
Stereoscopic Views of the War.
From negatives miade in the various camuaigns
e.d fogmng a complete Photokraphic1d s~ry of
SS'ereoscoVie w on GIass.
Adapted for either the Magic -lantern er i'he
Stereoscope. Our Caaowuearili be setitto mny
address on receipt ofStanip.
We manufacture mo'-e largely than- any other
house, about 2e0 varie..:3 from 50 cents to .850
each. Our ALBUMS haWthe reputation of bs
Igsuperior in beauty ,and durailitysto any.
oCar. Phtgah- fGnrl,Saemn
Card Photographs of Grnei~ak, Statesmen,
- A1!?AWL.AtI~ ati~
Columbia Advertisements. 1
R. L. BRYAN,
JAME J ittrn ,
Opposite Columbia Court House, S. C. b
SCHOOL, LAW, MEDICAL & IISCELANOUS C
Writting Paper, Blank Books.
Stationery for Schools and Offices,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Orders by Mail Promptly Executed. C
JOHN C. DIAL, c
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
Importer and Dealer in English and American
Iron, Steel, Nails, Castings. Mill Stones,
Bolting Cloths, Circl-r Saws,
Mill Irons, Sugar Pans,
India Rubber& Leather Belting,
and Tanners' Tools,
Housekeeping and Furnishing
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Paints. Oils;
French and American Window Glass,
Guns, Rifles, Pistols. Shot Belts,
Powder Flasks, Powder, Shot, &c.
Wholesale & Retail}
At the Sign of the GOLDEN PAD LOCK
Columbia, S, C.
November 71 6m.
C0 . JACJi0N,
Mai Street, oIumbite S. C.
(1Kext door. to Mlessr J. & T.R.- Agnew,)
Has constantly on haD d a full and well
selected stock of
Staple and Fancy J RY GOODS,
AT GEEATLY RED JED PRICES,
and persons visiting the city wiH find it to
their advantage to give me saal.
CALICOES, from 1 21c. to 25cts.1
Alpacas and Pophins, froin30c. to 75.
Laidies Kid Gloves, $1.0(l.
Break fas't ShiawIs~ from $2.50 to $8.00.
Ladies Cloth Cloaks, from $6.00 to $25.007
Hoop Skirts, from $1.00) to $4.00.
My stock is too vai-ied to gii;e a
list in detail, but simply present the
above as a specimen.
C. F. JACKSON.4
Nov. '7, 6mno.
P. B. Glass,
PLAIN-ST., (a few doors west of Main-st:
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Wholesale p u reh as er s,
Schools, and Libraries supplied on Special
Orders by mail attended to carefully and
promptly at New York prices.
Blank Books made to any pattern at low
e't prices. Nov 71 6mo.
Perfumery, and Toilet Arti
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THE STRO3G MAN ssouO C t sT1
AN ESSAY FORYOUNG 3f Non th. - .
rrors, abuses and Diseases inoidst to,
uberty, by which Youth -i.-robbeed its
cauty, and Manhood of its pow ON,it -
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rhich all branches of medf
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vitbout regard to any se %- - - . ^
3ence, while they deprecate tpe - -
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:iples of cureandt"" _
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he-courtesies and privilege of'he -
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t the teachings ;of the s4loo
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THE ADVANTAGES Or SCl
the student holdings schol -ia -
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[sttution.as frequently a ~
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