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THE COURSE BLOCKED oUT:--V
reference to the provisions of the
"Supplementary bill," to be found
on the first page of this paper, it
will he seen that the commanding
General has charge of the re
construction scheme, and that
the irst election--for members
of i' 3 Convention-will take place
on " before September next.
This '..:. give abundant opportu
nity to thcse who desire to :-or
ganize," preparatory to the elec
tion. The colored population of
Columbia and Charleston are mov
ing on this line. Whilst we are
opposed to antagonism between
the two rac a nevertheless, to re
main idle now is to give up the
State to the control of ignorance
and fanaticism. Shall we do it ?
IIYMENIAL.-C(lpid has been
playing havoc with hearts ir, the
old North State. and has spared
neither youth or age, but has even
touched the dead with the tender
passion. We commend a perusal
of the following marriage noticcs
to all who are in a state of single
3fARRIED.---Itz Granville coni;iv.
on the 14th of March, 1S67, by
Rev. Win. S. Hester, MAr. James
Crews, (S2 years old) to Mrs.
Sarah Currin. (66 years of age.)
On the 17th ult., at the rcsi
denee of the bride's mot her. in
Johnson county, by Elder 3. G.
Todd, Mr. M. R. Hood, to Ms
Sarah J. Iinnant, Esq.. deceased.
T.AI.-Mr. John Stoker. ne"
Orkland Mills. Nicholas count v
has at three-year old virgin heifer"
that is giving two gallons of milk
per lay. The calf was raised in
the yard. and was brought up to
milk by being continually foridled
by the children, at first guiin
but a small quantity, which grdu
ally increased till she now gives
two gallons per day.-Paris Ken
An odd bit of dialogue occurs in
a novel nowv publishing in a French
paper :--Where is your husband ?'
asks a gentleman. 'He went out
to buy a cigar,' replies the lady,
'Has he been gone long ?' 'Eight
een y-ears.' 'He is quite right,' re
marks the gentleman, philosop hi
eally ; 'he wants to purchase a
FEMALE PRINTERs.-The Mlacon
Citizen is about, to employ female
compositors. The Field and Fire
aide is entirely set by young ladies.
The Editor says ther- belong to
the best families of that State.
who. were ruined by the war. A
number of girls are also employed
on the Montgomery Adcertiser.
Bill went into a hardware store.
"You sell all sorts of nails here ?
said he to the obliging gentleman
behind the counter.
"Yes, my little man. all sorts oC
Says Billy, "FIll take a pouind of
toe-nails, if you please."
Exit Billy, sharply followed 1by
a set of toe-nails, doneo up in heavyi
A man in Evansville gave h-is
daughter a terrible whipping for
"shingling" her hair and refuising
to lead in prayer.
A correspondent of the New
York,lerald savs that a full dress
of a native lady of Colombo is a
bair pin and a garter.
An 01(d bachelor. seeing the
words ''Families S:upplied,'" over
the door of a shop. steppedl in
an.d said lie would take a wife and
There seems to be a mistake
about the President.' signing the
bill paSSed by Congress to p)lace
10,00)0 stand of arms in the hiands~
of old Brownlow's bushwhackers.
to enable them to crush out the
last vestige of con:st.itutional re
publicanism in Tennessee. It ap
pears that the President killed the
measure by a pocket veto.
Jr.RsEY CITY, N. J., April 6.-The
wi::dows and doors of the Church in
which a series of lectures, in abuse of the
Catnolics, has been in course of dehvery
by the pastor, were badly damaged last
In shoeing horses that are employed
upon the pavements of Boston a cushion
of india rubber has of late been placed1
between shoe ard hoof with very sit is
Large quantities of the earth kaolin
ren exported from South Cnrolina to New
Secretary's Office, G. & C. R. R. Co.
COLU M BIA, A pril Sth, 1867.
The annual meeting of the Stocklholders
of the Greenville nd, Columbia Railroad
Company, will be held in Columbia on Thurs.
day, the second day of May next at 10
o'clock A. M.
The following persons are entitled to a free
ride over the road going to and from the
neeting. Any Stockholder hoiding one or
more shares for six months previous, is ais
lowed to take his wife and children residing
with him, but purchasers of Stock who were
not original Stockholders, are required to
I hold twenty,five shares to entitle them to
take their families free.
C. V CARRINGTON, Sec'y
April 10 15 tf.
Schedule Laurens R. R.
Of!!ee L:mres . R. i
Laurens ':. I., S. C., Feb. 7, 1. j
The follov:ing is the Schedule of the
Laurc ns :ilroad :or the lpre-ct, and w ill
con:tinue until further notice
Leave Lar vts C. II., at 6 o'clock, A. M.,
on MONDAYS, WEIDNESDAY, and FRI
DAYS for Jalapa, where connection is made
w ith Hic to Nebr, seven miles.
Leave Jaltpa at I o'clock on TI[ESD YS,
TH URSDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Feb. 13 7 tf. J. CREWS, Sept.
The Freight on Corn, Cotton and Guano
has been greatly redluced. Any person wish
ing to ship will call on the Agent, Wm. L.
Boyd, at Laurens. or N. B. Knox, :.t New
berry. The cars are now running within 7
miles of Newberry, and will soon be run
ning through. Frci,lht will be received and
forwarded from either en I of the road, with,
out detention. J. C[;EaWS, Sup't.
Feb. 1 6 3t.
Schedule, U.ue Ridge Railroad.
Oa and after 3iorda'" the 17th inst.. the Trains
'n the I'ue Ridae ajilroad will leave Anderson
for Pend'eto a::d W.a halla, on Wednesdays
aid S'turdavs. aiter the arrival of the Green
ville & Co!umbia lIajlroad Tra its.1
Will leave Walhula on Mondays at. 3 o'
clcck, a. i.. ennu,ecting with the down Train of
(reecvi!le & Columbia llailro'd.
Will leave Walhailla on We:nesdays at
o'c.oe , a Il. W II. D. GAILLAII,.
Sept:0 urit metUn:c2t B i1:1 I..
Greeinville & Columbia R, R,
P ce: r T rars will ran daily (Sundays except
ed u ft furt:.r notic as olw. :
Leave Columbia at...................15 a. in.
Ai.ton at.....................9. 5
Arrive at Abheiile at --3 13 p m.
at A.:derson at 5 1)
- at GrcenviWe at -S " i
L"ave Greenv1Ie at 6. 0 1" m.
- Arderson at (t3
Abbeville at -$85
" Nwberrv at --12p .
Arrive at. A!ston at 2
ChARLOTE .......7AILR A,m
Leav Coumbi ~t.............39.: 5 .
Leae Carltteat...........5 1) a."
Arrie atColubia t.........-1.25 i. mn.
- -s atn Conbi art--e- olmiaa.
ChoTEE wthdue of trail's ne Tan ovrths r
oad s ad southClows: tiloa
Leave i iKE' aesoda Columbia to......... . ...36a.m
Le vCh rlo tte Ye .. ........o ...... ........ 5altia.re,
grivn cat c C o ftum i a ...............1.2 o . m.c
Coden baneggnae hcad. Tatsluba ar.d
Charlotte ont the mei dais n hur Norith Cat
olua andot Carotlinat p.arods
Ilichmoi:d, a..Lsnton, S. C., Baltimore86.
mOnd-and aerate checked., th Thrkesuar alo
soda hrtefrCharleston andme.) ta
Lasae, oleaves ....umbia.at.i.a..m. 40 Tusays
Arhurdy at e ~Saturdays...of.each 20ek, in.
Chavle on tesame days.and.hour;.arri1.35 at.m
Arri-v ad hrlte at 6uusa. p.. ......0p
G.ENEA SURfS OFIE
Arrive at Kouingva0....................1 20 p. m.
Leave Cohbatp........................8,.00 a. m.
Arrive at Charlestou..................4.00 p. mn.
March 13 it T. PEAKIE, Gen'l Sup't.
.OFFICE OF' rTilE CEN TRAL R. 1t.
SAv~AYxu. Ga. Jan.29,1S37.
On and aftcr 3Ionday~ the 5th of February.
two daily trainis will run b:tweenz Augusta and
Sovannah, connectirg in both directious with
tra ins on the Georgia Ratil road, as follows, viz:
Leave Augusta, 9.30 A . M. and 8 4.5 P. 31
Arrive at Augusta, 5 P. M., and 5 45 A. 31.
Leave Savannah 7.,30 P. M.. and 6 30 1P, M1.
Arrive at S aanah iP. M1. and 6 35 A. M.
Passage ......................... .. ..........6 .
Freight to go by PaLssen ger train mnu4tbe pres
paid ai.d deuvered at passelger shed thirty nun
utes Lefore departure of train.
J. 31. SELKIRK, 1
31arch~ 1. 3Muster of franspor-tation.
Richmond & Daurille RI. R.
CHANGE OF SCliXDULE.
On and after Tlunrsdlay, January 31, 1807, ti.e
traj:s cn this ro,.d will run as follows:
Lynchburg and Danville and Way Accommno
dutioni and P'assenger frai.
Leaves IRicllhd daily- excep,t Sunday]J
at.....................................7 15 A. 31. r
Leave D.avil e daily-except Sunday
at ....................... ....... .....3 l A. 3I.
P~asceu;.:ers for F'armville, Lynchburg, Kinox
ville Nashvile, MIemphis, New Orleans. &c , via4r
Lynclhurg, rnd for- ail way-statious on the
Southside rair.:!, will take this train.
Through Expo~ss Train Going West
Leaves Rtichmond daily at...........210 P. 31.
Leaves Danymfe at.~.................9.35 P. 31 . C
Going East. (
Leaves G reenshoro at..............23 P 31.
Leaves Da:n ville at.....................4 45 P. 31.
Passengers from l:ichmond for all stations
wvest of Daa. ilIe, Charlotte, Columbia. Augusta,
31acon, Co;umbus. Atlanta, 3Ioutgomuery, 31o
bile, andi New Orleans, via Columbia, wviii takea
this trin i. TfIU3IAS DODA 31EBAD.
GROVESTEEN & Co,,
PIANO FORTfE MANUFACTURERS
449 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
These PIANOS received the Highest Award
of MIerit, at the World's Far. over the hest ma
kers from Lot.don, Paris, Germany. the cities et
New Yor k, Phiiladelphuia, Baltimore and Boston;
also, the Gold MIedal at the Amerienu Inustit ute, i
for Five Successive Years! Our Piano- contain
ihe French (ranid Action, Harp Pedal, Over
strung Bass. Full iron Frame, and all M1odern
Improvements. Every .Instrument warranted
FIVE years Mfade under the sup;ervision of Mir.
J. U . C R OVES FIE EN, who has a practical expen
rience of over thirty five years, and is tihe maker
of over eleven thousand piano fortes. Our facil
ities for mnanufacturing enable us tosell these in
strumnents from $1:) I to $200 cheaper thani any
first class piano forte. aug 15 ly
PER YEAR! we want agents every. whert
to sell our IPR'OVED $20 Sewing Ma
chines. Three new kinds. Under and up
per feed. Sent on trial. Warranted five
years. Above sal ' on inrge commissions
paid. The-onsx achines sold in the Uni
ted States for less than $40, which are fully
licensed by Hlowe, Wheeler & Wilson, Gro
ver & Baker, Singer & Co., and Bachelder.
All other cheap machines are infrinzements,
andi the selier or user arc liable to arrest, finet
and imprisor.ment. Illustrated circulars sent :
free. Al!dress, or call upon Shtaw~ & Clatrk,
at Bid:leford, Maine, or Chicago, Ill.
July 2.5 1v.
Fair Notice to Trespassers.
The Subscriber forewarns all persons,
white or black, fox hunters or others, who
trespass upon his plantation,by letting down
fences, or other violations, that they must
hereafter do so at their risk, as he will pro
ceed against them to the full extent that the
law will allow, All persons will take due
notice and govern themselves accordingly.
April 3 14 3m J. B. G LYMPH.
The State of South Carolina.
Nenberry District-In Equity.
E11jth P. Lahe Adm'r. vs Mary C. Boozer &
others. Bill for Sale of laud, and to pay
The creditors of John C. Boozer dec'd
are required to render and establi"'h their
respective demands on oath, before the
firtt day of June next.
('om's Otlice, SIL AS JOTNSTONE,
M a rc h 2 5 th , 1 c;7 . 1 :; S .. c . N . Ti .
The Stat e of South C'ar-olina.
Newherry Ditrict-In Lqutry.
J. M. Sen and others vs E. P. Lake, Adn'r,
and others: Bil1 for account, relhef, &c.
The creditors of Elijah M. Like, dcc'd, are
required to render and establish their re
spective demands, on oath, before the Com
missioner on or before the first dat of June
Coa's Oflice, SILAS JOINSTONE,
March 25th, 1S67. 13 t9. C. . x. n.
STAT EOF SOUTH CA.ROLINA.
N cwbcrry I;itt et-In Equity.
Agcns M. Caldwell & Susan Caldwell by
next friend, rs William Wallace, Ex'or.
Petition for S;le of Land.
By order of the Court, dated Sth February,
1 S;7, I wi'l sell before the Court IIousc
it Newberry, on the first Monday in M!av
aext, the real estate of Howard II. Caldwell,
leceased, as follows.
A lot, in the town of Newberry, fronting
m Pratt Street, twe'lty-two feet and run
i to the rear forty two feet, bounded by
ots of S. Montgomcry, George G. DeWalt,
md lot heonLn_ to the estate of John II.
Ti:axs-The purchaser w111 be requited
0 give hond( with at least awo go,d suretie?
aun1 a Mr' ae'c of the property to secare
he p:: urc hse money, payable in two cegnal
annal in;starlmetnts, wit I intereest from the
lay of'sle, and to pay the costs of these
:orc'euings in cash.
Comt's Oiiee, SILAS JOIINSTONE.
3h:rh 2,tlh 1807. 1N.' St. 112 c. E. N. n
TAT E 0IF SOUT TI CAROLINA.
In Eqri:v-Ne'herr. Ditrict. .ames
A. Crotwell, Ado'r vs. J.ne Boozer and
others. Bill for sale of~ land and payv
ment of debts.
The creditors of Freder ick Boozer, dee'd,
.rc required itn thme order of the Court, to
end'er on oath and vstablish their respective
lenmatnds before ,the Commissioner, on or
>efore the first day of June next.
SILAS JOIINSTONE, C E. N. P.
Comn's office, A pril 15-10-7r. *
UrA TE 01F SOUTH C'ARO~LINA.
In Equity-Newigerry D)istrict. L. C.
Kibler and otherts vs Na ncyv Autll and
others. Bill for account, injunction sale
of land, to pay debts and to appoint
It appearing to my satisfaction that John
Itn Autll, on e of the~ defenrdantts to the
lill resides beyond the limiits of this Srate.
It is ordered, that be do plead, answer or
[emzur to said Bill wit hi n thrt ee mnth ts from
he publication of the rule, or te sanme
vill be taken oro cotnfesso againtst bimt.
SIL AS JOHINSTONE-, i.t.x.o.
Comn's Office, F'eb. 25-3m--11.
ST ATE OF SOUTI'I CA ROLINA.
in Equitry-Newberry District. John S.
Ren wick, Adtm'r vs. Stephen Dugan, Sim.
Dugan et al.
Thte creditors of Ben Dungatn, freemuan,
li'ceased, are required to render and es
a .lish on oath, their respective demands
>efore the Cotimissioner on or before the
ist day of May ntext.
SILAS JOHINSTONE, c.E.N.D.
Comt's offiee, 1st Feb. 1SG7.
iTA TE 01" SOUTH C'AOLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. James RI.
Sheppard vs. Mary E Schumpert and
others. Bill for Injuntction, &c.
The creditors of Honorias Sheppard, dec'd,
re requested to render and establish, on oath
beir respective demands before the Corn
iissioner, oh or before the first day of May,
807. SIL AS JORTNS l'O NE, C. E. N. D.
Corn's office, Feb. 1, 1807. 3mno. 412
ITA TE OF SOUTII CAROLIXA.
Int Eqiuity-Newberry Disttrict. John S.
Iletwick, Admt'r vs. S:ephen Dugan and
others. B!ll for sale of real estate, re
By order of' the Court, I uail te-sell at the
isk of the formter purchas~er o:t the first
lo::dy i May, 1867, before the Court
osea t Newberry, at public auction, the
e!i est:t:ie of Ben ?)uganl, freemian, deceased,
A tract of land, situ ted itt Newberry
listrict, conmtaintingt, seven:t y-fourz amt es, mote
r less, ar.d bounded by lands of Dr. G. WV.
ilenn, deceased, J. B. Ghttmph atnd others.
A tract of land, sitsttedl in Neni berry
)istrict on waters, of Kinig Creek,- cotntain
ig forty-five acres, more or less, titd bound
d by lanids of Joltnt Glennt, J. S, Reu wick
nd David Wicker.
Totrs.-Thie purchaser will be r.equired
o give bond with at least two good su rette;
nd a n:ortgaze of the premmses, to secure
:tnyment of the purchase mnone~y, plaable
a the first day of Januar 18G8s;, withI in
rest fromt the day of si le, and to pay in
ash the cost of these proceeditngs.
SI LA S JOHINSTONE, c. :. N. P.
Comi s ofliee, April 3-14-4t. *9
TIlE subscriter has just receivod a supply
f the.se Cases, frotm the above celebrated
ranufacturer, which are of the latest and
aost impr-oved patterns, and of elegant Rose
rood finish, and whicht he off'ers at low rates
: the public, lie takes this occasion to say
hat they have been purchased exclusively
>r cash, and selling them at only a small
dvance on the cash price, that no orders for
be above Cases will be attended to unless
ccompanied with the cash. CAMN
Newberry, S. C., July 23, 18G0. Orm.
Repairer of (Clocks. &c.
THTE Subscriher will annoae to mend. on
R. L. BRYAN,
JMES J, 1'I1RTER,
Opposite Columbia Court House, S. C.
SCHOOL, LAW, MEDICAL & illSCELLANEO'
Writting Paper, Blank Books.
Stationery for Schools and Offices,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Orr. b>y Ma"y l Promptly E;cutted.
JOHN C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
Importer and Dealer in English and American
Iron, Steel, Nails, Castings. Mill Stones,
Bolting Cloths, Circular Saws,
Mill Irons, Sugar Pans,
India Rubber & Leather Belting,
and Tanners' Tools,
lo usekeceping and Eurnishiny
111(ITl w u'
Lime, Cement, Pla'er, Paints. Oils,
French and Ame-ican Window Glass,
( un.. hrities. Pito,ls. ,SItt Belts.
pou-deri F"lac. Pou-der, Shot, &C.
Wholesale & Retail,
At the Sign of the GOLDEN PAD LOCK
Columbia, S, C.
November 7 Gin.
Dook8 ald 6iat0o0ry
PLAIN-ST., (a few doors west of Main-st.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Who1es-ale p u r elh a s o r s.
Schools, and Libiraries supplied on Special
Orders lby mail attended to carefully and
>roniprly at New York prices.
Blanik B3ooks made to any pa.ttern at low
eUt prices. Nov 7 Gmno.
CORNER QUEEN AND MEETING STS,
Char leston, S. C.
This,well known.r first clais. IIotel la.s just
been thoroir -bly repaired, refitted and re
-urniished, arnd is now\ readyv for the aceo.
nodaticn of rhe travelling public, whose
>atronage is respectfully solicited.
Coaches ahvarvs in readines~s to convey
w1senger's to and from the Hontel.
The Proprietor promises to (10 allin his
ower for the comfort of his guests.
Nov '7 Proprietor.
C HARLESTON, S. C.
TIS popular and well known Hotel has
een newly furnished throughout by the
resent P roprietor, who has been sixteen
ears connected with the establishmrent.
W. WHITE, PHnPIE'TOR.
GEORGE G. MIXER, Snperintendent,
CHAntIAs A. il ILLER, Cashier.
A pril 4, 1866-1-1.
From and after this date, the "'Shiver
house,'' wi be known by the abhove name.
he patronage received by tihe present~ pro
rietress has been so gratifying that she is
etermined to enilarge her business5 and
;ive to it a distinctive title.
The travelling public wili be accommo
ated promptly and well; an unexceptio.n
ble tabile ailwayvs be kept -.attentive ser
an ts wil a ttend to inidiv'iianil wants, and
o effort be spared to preserve the: reputa
ion which the present nianiagement has en
evorcd to preserve.
MRS. D. C. SPECK,
Dec. 19 tf. Columbia, S. C.
Newly furnished and refitted, unsurpassed
y nny hotel South, was resopened to the
pblie October 8, 1866.
T.j S. Nickerson.
ate of the M[ills House, Charleston, and
Proprietor of Nickerson's Hotel, Columns
bia, S. C.
(coLm I3i. S. ('.
PASSENG1ERS arriving in Columbia on
he difYe'enit Ra ilroards will find Ommihuisses,
arriages anid Baggage Wagons in rendiw: ss
o con vey them to and fromn this lHotel tiree
Gi-Responsible Persons in attendanice to
eeive Checks and 1Haggage.
T. S. NICKERSON, PnornicTon.
THIS HIOTE~L having changed hands, has
een thoroughly renovated1 and refitted, and
he subscriber earnestly solicits the attention
f the public to the fact.
A new and elegant BAR ROOM is at,
ached to the house. Choicest wines, liquors
ant eigars can always be had.
C. C. CHASE, Ag.
March 29 tf
T~ ?i~YT1 I T'~ ri fir y~ I~ c"i'flrT"1
And Straw Goods.
ARMSTR0NG, CATOR & CO.,
-Importers and Jobbers of
Ribbons. Bonnet Silks and Satins.
B1'mnd.c. etts. Crap. I elets,
Rui-ces . Flocr. eater
STRA B01ETS AND LADIES' IATS,
Trimmed and Untrimmed,
Shaker I oods, &c.,
237 and 239 Baltimore-St.,
Offer the largest Stock to be found in this
Country, and unequalled in choice
variety and cheapness.
Orders solicited and prompt attention given.
February 27 3 mo.
Carriages, Buggies, W agons.
A New Carriage
BuggyF actor y.
NEAR THE DEPOT IN ONE OF WM.
The subscriber being a practical Carriage
maker by trade, having arranged with com
petent wornkmen, for carrying on his busi
ness in a workmanlike inanner, he annonn
ecs to the citiz,ns of Nev;berrv and surronn
dinq country, that lie is ready to receive
orders for new work, Car;iages, or I;g
es, &e., of any style or p:i tern that par
ties may wish. And if their work is not
done aeoording to order parties will not he
under any obligatior to take it, when done.
Give him a trial, is all he asks. Old Car
, and Bhig;,ies renovated and nmae to
loo!k eqial to new, at reasonable prices. A
liberal share of patronage is solicit d.
Ie is in monthly receipt of patterns of
all the itest styles in vogue: parties order
ing can have a fine selection to choose from.
A few~ Enggies on hand for sale'.
Dec. 19) 51 Gino.. J. TATYLOR.
Newberry C. ir., S0. Ca..
Respect fully in forms the citii:ss f New
berry~ and] sn ri on nd(ing coun try that ha vin~g
re opened his carri;ige shop, and is now
Iprepared ta~ excnte all work ini Ihis line in
the nea.t est ma imer, aniid i:h i upatclh.
WiVill inmake andl repa ir
Carriiages, Buggies, Wag0ns,&c,
Nov 7 fnmo
C011feelionai'y alid G1'000ry
I take pl'asure in calling the at t iition of
my friends and customcrs to the fatct that I
havie re.moved into my
NEWl BRICK( BUILDING
on the em,tner ini front of my; old store, and
have fitted it up in an ele:a nt manner and
have now on han.d the completest and
Best Stook of any (onfecionary
(Iidl (lonIs !i|)Ci'c/lly to hc fo'U)1(l
The attention of little folks as well as big'
ones is called to nmy beautiful assortmient.
Hopiiig to receive a contimuation of the
very liberal patronage heretofore extended,
I return grateful thanks for past kimniness.
March 2u 12 tf. A. M. WICKEI.
J. HICKLING & CO.'S
Great Sale of WatChes.
On the popular one price pian, giving every
patronrahandsomne and reliable watch for the
low pr ice of Ten Dollars !Without regar d to
value. and not to be p)aid fer unless 1:erfectly
50J Solid G old Hunting Watches $250 to $751
500 Magic Cased Gold Watches--2 0 to 500
510 Ladies' Watches. Enamaled-100O to 30)
1.'a.0 Gold Ht'g Chron. Watches--25) to 800
1.000t Gold Hlunt'g English Levers-.'0 to 25)
3,000 Gold Hlunt'g Duplex Watches--150 to 200
5,000 Gold-Bt'g American W atcbes-100 to 250
5.' 0 ) Silver H unting Levers 5 to J5)
5..0 0 Silver Hlunt'g Dupexes-- 75 to 25)
5,0n0 (old Ladies' Watche: 50 to 250
lo;.0 G;old Hunting Lepine 5) to 75
10.;0C Miscellaneous Silver Watches- 5) to 100
25,00' hunting Silver Watches-- 25 to 53
3'.0) Assorted Watches, all kinds- 10 to 75
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3Iersrs J. lickling & Co.'s Great American
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A single Certificate will be sent by mail, post
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ore bundred and most superb W.ich fer $15.
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Having recovered from the effects of the
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263 King-st., Charleston, S. C.
Our entire Stock is New,
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Latest novelties received p.er every steamer.
Liberal discounts made "'to the Trade."
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263 King-st , Charleston, S. C.
March 27. 3m
Dr. N. A. PRATT,
Suecessor to Pratt & Wilsona Dros.
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