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Corner of Main and
Where will be found a good
In all the Latest and Most Approved
Fancy DRY GOODS
Which were bought exclu
sively for CASH,
And will be sold at a SMALL
ADVANCE ON COST,
FOR CASH, .
Or Country Produce.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. Henry
Summer and William Summer, surviving
Adin'r vs. Mary M. Sumner, C. P. Sun
mer and others. Bill for sale of land to
marshall assets and general relief.
It appearing to my . satisfaction that
Margaret J. Suminer and Mary Margaret
Summer, (infant,) two of the defendants to
shia bill, reside from and beyoud the limits
of this State, on motion of Fair, plaintifr's
Sol. it is ordered, that they do plead, an
aver or demur, to said bill, within forty
days from the publication of~ the rule, or
the same will be taken pro confesso agamnst
them. SIL AS JOH NSTONE, c. E. N. 1).
Comn's Office, May 1-19-6it. *'10.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN~A.
In Equity-New berry District. John S.
Renwick and others the creditors of James
W. Duckett, dec'd, vs. James H1. W illiams
and Johu T. Dunean, Exor's, and others.
Bill for an account atnd relief.
The creditors of James W. IDuckett, dec'd,
ar required to render on oath and es.ablish
th,eir respective demands before the Coim
missioner, on or before the first day ol June
uext. SILAS JOHINSTONE, c. E. N. D).
Comn's office, May 6-19J-4t. "
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry Dis:riet. Sally Ann
.Thompsou, vs. Thus A. Tumiwo and
John M. Thompson. Bill fo sale of
Property aind to Marshall Assets
The creditors of Dr. Tuos. W. Th'lompson,
dec'd, are iequired to ren'der on oath and
establish their respective demnds before
the Commissioner, on or belore the iirst day
ofJune next. SlLAs JuflNz-uNE,
Coa's Office, c. E- '- -
Mar 8 19 4t. *4
STATE OF SOUT H CARUL INA.
In Equity-Net berry District. Eli-ibethi
A. Payne, vs. John W. Payne and uLbers.
-The creditors of Elihu Payne, dee. d
are required to render on Oata anid establ,ih
their respective demands betore the Con
missioner, on or bocr the first day of June
ext. SILAS JuHNSTUNE, e.L.N.D.
Comn's Office, .\lay 8, 186i7. 19d 4t. "
STATE OF 5OUTH1 CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. John L.
Hill and others, vs. Joseph Watson,
Adm'r, and others. Bill for Partition, re
The creditors of Thouns Watson, dee'd,
are required to render on oath and estab
lish their respective demands belore the
CommissioneCr, on or be.ore the first day of
~June next. SIL AS JOHINSTUNE,
Comn's Office, c. L. 3. J).
May 8. 20) 4t- -4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROM,NA.
In Equity-N.-w berry D:rict. Ludy H.
LLittle and wife, vs. Sam' WV. Reid. and
SR. H. Williams and wife.- Uill for parti
tion of hand.
The creditors of Joseph Reid, deceased,
are required to render on oath and establish
their respective 'demands before the Com
missioner, on or before the first day of June
next. SIL AS JUIINST ONE, C. E. N. t).
Comn's office, May fi-19-It- 'A
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. WV. HI.
Harrington and others, I'xors., vs. -Helen
o'Nerdi and others. Bill for sale of pro
perry relief, kc.
The creditors of lion. John Belton~
o'Neall, deceased, are required to render on
oath and establish their respective demands
before the Commnissioner, on -or before the
- frst day of June next.
SIL AS J H NSTONE, C. E. N. D.
Comn's oilice, May 6-19-4U. "4
STATE OF SOUTH CAiROLINA.
In Equity-Ne wherry District. R. V.
Gist and wife and others, vs. 0. A. Rut her
ford, Admnr. and others. Bill for parti
tion of land.
I'be credito:s of Thos. B. Rutherford,
dec'd, are required to render o: oath and
establish their respective demands before
the Commissioner, of this ('ourt, on or~ be
fore the 1st day of Jnne next.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c .u iE. I
Comn's office, May 6-19-4t. *4
Of superior quality.
C And ready for use,
Griffin's Scythe Blades, and Scythe Stones,
at S. P. BOOZER & CO'S
May 1-18-3t. lird ware Store.
Signet Chapter, No. 18,
R.-. A.-. M.-.
The Regular Monthly Con
vocation of this Chapter will be held at the
L OfIA(E CL MHWEELEWIS
COLUMN OF NEWS ITEMS,
To be read Carefully.
A nice assortmeat of Figured Muslins,
Figured Jackoncts, Lawns and Figured Bril
liants, also a nice selection of Dress Goods,
all of which we expect to seli cheap for
cash. LOVELACE & WIHEELER.
A large stock of Prints of various quali
ties, stvles and Prices, call soon and exanrne
them, as we will sell cheap.
LOVEL ACE & WHEELER.
Domestie Ginghams, Plaid and Striped
I1omIespuins, Wh ite and Stripcd Osnaburgs,
Blue and Brown Denims, Shirting Stripes,
Bleached and lBrown Shiitinigs and 'heetings,
Bed Ticking, &e &c., for sale low by
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
A beautiful article of Puffed Muslin for
making Bodi."s, a nice article for the use of
Ladies, fir sale by
LOVELACE & WIIEEI4ER.
Casimers and Jeans.
Casimers, Jeans, Duck, Twilled, Grass
and plain Linens for Gents and Boys wear,
for sale by LCVELACE & WHEELER.
Hats at Cost.
We will sell our present stock of Hats
at cost, to make room.
LOVEL ACE & WHEELER.
A small invoice of the great Bill Arp
smoking tobacco, just received and for
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
. A small invoice of the above brand of
smoking tobacco, just received and for sale,
at the new store of
l.OVELACE & WHEELER.
Molasses and Syrup.
Mucovada and West India Molas!es, also
Gold:n Si up, and M Syrup, to be sold very
!ow for cash by
LOVELAC;E & WHIEELER.
Mackere!, Soda, Pepper, Ginzer, Spice,
Sarines, Oysters, Concentrated Lye, Potash,
andles, Soap. Starch, Tobacco, &e., ke.,
for sale by LOVELACE & W HEELER.
A barrel of.supe'rior Newark Cider Vine
ar, very clear a nd sharp. j ust received, and
or sale~ by
- _LOVELACE & WIIEELEIi.
A odCorn Meal.
A odlot of beautiful \Virite Corn Meai,
just ground, and for sale by.
LOVELACE &c WIiEELER.
Just arrived a s; endid lot of pure fresh
rosine Oil, a .nd for sal' by
LOVEL ACE & WHEELER.
teveral dox. c'ear La::rp C imneys and
\\icks, for sale by
LOVELACE & WilE ELER.
Blacking and Brushes.
A a-nuine arricle of Macon's Blacking,
lare and( smali, also Blue!;i::g Brushes, a
eod article., for sale by
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Triple F. Powder,
Shot and Ca ps to sel by h
LO)VEL ACE 6: \W- I EELR.
Brown Windsor Soap.
G..nune OldI Brown Windsor Sonpi, also
other Toilet Soaps and Perfe:rery, for sale
iv LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Tails & Scythe Blades.
Nails of difierent sizes and of the best
ake, and also S1ythe Blades, just received
hv LOVELACE & WUEELER.
The new State Mloney or Bills receivable,
~il be taken at par, by
LOVELACE & WIIEELER.
Fish Hooks and Lines.
Fish Hooks, large and small, also Eines,
heap at LOVELACE & WHEELER'S.
May' 1 18 tf. _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _
Horses and Wagons.
Two or three Horse a .tw " Horso
Wagons for'sale, if app lied for early ; also,
nue,a good second hand Mahiog'ny
Bureau with zlass rand w~ ithout marbetp
apply to ~ . Ii. LUVELACE.
Having removed to the CORNER STORE
N MA IN STREET, formerly occupied by
. rris, ano! directly opposite Messrs.
Wiskean & Wilber, would respectfully in
form the hadies an d citizens generally, that
he is prepared to furnish,
Pic-nic and Wedding Parties,
~ith eery kind of CAKES and PASTRY,
at short ntitce, snch as
)f Noga0, Almnonid, Coecoanut, M accaroni,
Iced an~d Ornamented
Charotte Ru:sse, Je!!yv andI Blanc-mange,
Cream and Swiss Meraiaminos, F-ruit Merain
(uo, ach.erin,. Polonnmaise and Jelly Cakes.
Also on hand Fresh Fruit, Ponnd and
-onae Gakes, JeP!v Holls, Suga r BSuisenits,
un hs, Ginge-r Snaps and Nuts, Rock
Ck, Lov e K-a(es, &c.,
Frehi Bread and Assorted Pies,
Sweet rolls, and Te.a bread baked to order.
l wi:l .a have a flue as-ortmenit ot
New Goods! New Goods!
"CIIAfLE OX 110FE.
WHOLEALE 1)EA LERS IN
At BANCROFT'S OLD STAND, 287 King-St.
We would call Special Attention of Merchants and
Planters to our largc and well selec.ed Stock of SPR[NG and SUMMER GOODS, which we
are offering at the Lowest Market Prices.
Our Stocks are cm:stantiy replenished by every Steamer, with all the Newest Styles
and Patterns of the Sea,on.
We l,eep always on hand Full Lines of Domestic Goods, which we will sell at a Small
Advance on Agents' prices, for CASH or CITY ACCEPTANCE.
We al-o offer at Ret::il, the L irgest Stock to Select from in the City.
N. B.-Samples, with Price Lists, sent (free of charge) to any part of the State.
Refers to City Advertisements for prices.
All Orders will be promptly attended to.
Stoll, Vvebb &.O0.
April 17 287 KING ST.
*No. 153 MEETING ST.
Opposite the Charl1eston Hlotel.
(Formerly JOHN AbSHHURST &' (0.)
GEORGE <7. GOOI RJC'Jf.)
PHILI W VE1' i , . SIth Carolina.
DIrect Importers of Pure Drugs-& Chemicals.
CH[ARLESTON. S. .C.
April 24t Srmo.
C AN NOWV EXHIBIT THE
LA RGEST,IRE * !!
B3EST1, and most Just r'eceived nd (j no~w
TARLED - opnig, an excellent assort
VARIED. . lLent of Dress Goods, of the
Stock of Ladies, Misses, Gents, -
Yombhs and Children s Latest Styles,-er:braemng
P'RI? TED LAWNS,
To be founid this side of Char- ~oIi:z1DOR NDY
The NEW STTLES, O;il,&.
ELEGANT SH.APK. andiW ieGo~
P~PULA 'PRIES, DPtted and Plain Swiss,
Will meet the approbation of~ the *Brilliants, IDiaper. e
tn1c lto which attent ion isre-Hoiey
I. M. SU'BE R & CO. A line assortinent of Gen
Nc B angye JIla st.. oppo'site t Iemen's, La dies', Misses and
ay18 tf M. BARRF~ SON. ,S*l~ 1[ose
rT T Ladies and Misses Hoop
- - . Skirts-various prices
Ladies Silk Umiibrellas and
2 ,~Gentlemen's and Ladies'
C(alf, Kip, and Morocco Shoes
~ ~i Misses. Boys and Child
ren's Shoes also 11riogans
1~~I Men's and B3oys' Clothing'
Meni's andlBoys' Hats
The Wonderful Flexib ity and great Comn- 01C28t33es
fort and Pleasure to any Lady w ?aring~ the Sugar 15 to 20 ets
upex Eliptie Sk irts will be experienced r'~ i7
mrticlarly ill crowded Assemblies, ope
as, C,iriages, nailroad Cars, Church Pews, Pickles, Candies, Sardines,
rm Chairs, for Promenade anid nouse
ress, as the Shirt can b' folded when in Ladies are respectfully in
use to oeenpy a mall cpace as easily ana Vited to call and exalnine onr
onveniently a sSilk or Muli Dress, an
nvaluable q'aliPe ini crinoline, not found jStock.
in any Single Spr ing Skirt.
For sale by M. BARRE & SON. -
March 27 ~13 17., ,
New Bok.March 2o-i2-tf,
Bulo' ree Gr nmmar. ----- ----
""Greek Reader. GR ER S
"' " Latin Gr. nmoar.
"" Latin Reader.
Anthon's Howar. PO U E
Wil-o n's Reade rs- N ~, 2 1, :1, l t h __________b._____
Southierni Remiers anid .Speliers.I
Hitorys, by vaiu a;thmo:s.Wsem n - T1'
Richardson's Masonry for the craft, amnd v 1.u I
many other books, kept constam;ly for sale,Tkepesrina ou igt6hirfed,
for Cash by DEFIfTE & CilAPMAN, ptosadtepbi eeay htte
April 24 17 ti. Mainm street, Newberry. wl laske nhn eetsoko
II E, ILE, UT E ! ociSan ~olue
At Reduce~d Prices ! a h oetMre rcs
Hain cmleedajaTake o: i ClasrN in annCin Oernd,
p ',,, n aU t rons-and th puli gnr y,- htte
FDR THE PEDPLE1
In these times of scarcity,
it is well to know where to get the necessa,
ries of life, on fair terms, and to know what
you :are getting. To this end, Wright &
Coppock would inform
All the People
that they have now in store
A very large stock of Men's.
Y>uthls' and Boys'
Spring and Summer
at prices so low as to :istonish all good
judges of such articles. For instance:
Men's Business Suits, [Coat, Pants and Vest~1
C. .amun, $5; Fine, $30.
All grades between. Boys'
Suits in proportion.
A large stook of Black goods, made in
Frocks and Sacks, Pants and Vists; Cloth,
Cassimer, French and English Drab D'Ete,
All the above goods in piece, with trim
mings to suit.
Hats, Boots and Shoes, of vailous styles
Trunks, Valeces, Traveling Bags, U:n.
Give'us a call if you wish to save money
and please yourselves.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK,
No. 4 Mollohon Row,
April 10 tf Newberry, S. C.
DR. T. GOUIN
Informs his friends, and the public general
ly, that he will devote particular attention
to the carrying on of the first named busi
ness, and that day and night he will be rea
dy to fill Physici:n's Prescriptions.
In a few dys he will be in receipt of the
Purest French Drugs,
from-the first class4iouses in France.
Hie will also continue to keep the finest
and most delicate Ame.rican and French
stick, Pole, Fiat, Lump. Almond and Co
coanut Candies. Gum Drops, Cordial and
Brandy Drops, Crystailzed Fruits, Nugat de
Marseilles, cre,, et!c.
A Choice Lot of TEAS,
YoUNG IIYSON, and Pure Black.
ENGLISH BRIEAKFAST TEA.
Ie would return thanks to his friends of
th is town, ns well as those oif New berry. Edge
fielidandl surroa .ding dJistricts for the kind
patronage so liberaEy extended to himn, and
respectfully ask for a continuartiou of thre
April 17 10
Their Ladies and Gentlemen
of Newberry and surrounding country, are
respectf'ully 'invited to catll at our Stor,e and
inspect and price our
Stock of Goods,
latecly receive(from first New York houses.
Tosell as Chleap,if not Ciheap
er than anybody else,
we have marked down our stock to corres
pond with the lowest prices of this Spring.
As we haive bouh t ONLY FOR CASH, we are
compelled to sell in the same way.
To our Stock of Dry Goods.
Boots & Shoes, Hats&Caps,
Fancy Goods, ( lothing,
Piece Goeds. Shirts, et~c., etc.
We have added a full suppTy of
SUAR, in all gradeCs,
and a fine assor;ment of
Grea4 Bayain.s inb
'o close out our present stock of
Ladies' Gents' and Boys'
H A TS,
we will sell the sa BELoW First Cost
Come at once and secure
Sam'l B aer,
-Under Newberry Hotel Bunilding.
A complete and beautiful
election of all .kinds and
SUIT THE 88A8UN I
LND OPEFNING TIIIS DAY!
Call and Examine Before
mFIL BE OLD VERY LOW
M. BARRE & SON.
We would state that we
vill not hereafter keep any
C. F. JACKSON,
HAS recen:tlv retur:ed f:om the North
ern Markets, with
Large and Clegantly assorted
SPR!NG AND SUMMER GOODS
Whi, h lie is prepared to offer at greatly re
.duced prices, and most respectfully solicits
a sl;re of patronage.
Persons visiting Columbia for the purpose
of making purchases, ~'ill fi:d it
Greatly to their advantage to give
h m a call.
The attention of the La,4es is especially
invited to his
DR ESS lO00DS DEP1RTMiENT,
Whi.:h is well suipphed with the very
Musl-ins. Eerages. Fioul.1rd:s,1:le ie:ti e 11 '
And the Gentlemen are requested to
'ex:unine his fine selection of
CASSI ME R ES,
for Spring and Summer Suits.
C. F. JACKSON,
April 17 16 4t Mlain-st.,.Columbia. S. C.
Corn ! Oats ! Flour!
4000 Bushels Prime White Corn,
100 Bbls Flour,
500 Bushels Oats.
TO ar,am:. .
10 Ilhd Bacon clear Sides,
2?00 Bushels Yellow Gorn,
For sale by BROW.NE & SCIIIRMER,
war 2) 2m Main st., Columboi a.
I will attend at the places, on the days specified
telow,-to make assessments and receive the
raxes on the follkwing property, Viz: Lands,
Lots, and Buildings in Towns and Villages.
Buggies. Carriages, Gold -and Silver Plate,
Watches, Jewelry and Pianos. on h:i:d 1st J:-n.
1S#)7. And on all gross iuc-:m's der.ved f:um
the fcllowir.g scurces between Jan. 1st 18'& a:.d
Jan. Ist 1S67, Viz; Articles manufactured for
sale, barter orexcharge, Emp:loy.ments. Faculties
and Professions, Comm-sions of Brokers. Ven
due Masters, Factars or Commission Merebants,
Premiums received by Ii. urrarce Ccmpanies.
sales of Goods, Wares and 3Iereharlize, .ales of
Pictorial Newspapers and Matrazine, Photo
graphing. Deguerreotyping Salar.ies, Kents,
'rhividends and 3Ioney at Interest, in excess of
$510, Saw, Flour and Grist 3Mills, and Cotton
ginned on toll. Ilotels. Restaurants, or eating
Hiouses, Livery Stab les..Butchers. and Hucksters,
.Billiard Tables and IBowling Alleys, Bar Rooms.
Ferries and Toll Gates. Evel-y renewal of
Charter and every Omnibus, Publie H ack, Coach,
bray and Baggage Wagon, are liable to Tax,
also every Dog in the State on !st Jan. 1867,
except or.e to each plantation. ard .one to each
inhabited lot in Towns and Viillaes. A capita
tion Tax is vquired of all males between 21 and
50 years. Every Employer is required to make
returns of the names of all persons e.mploycd by
him. Gold and Silver coin, United States legal
Teinder or Treasury Noted, Notes of National
Banks, the Bills receivsble of this State, and
pay Certilicates. are r -ceivable for Taxes.
Jtacob (ooke April11th.
Geo. Metzs - " 12th.
Frog Lever " 13th.
C. Suer - - " 15th.
John F. U lymp1i: -- 1'3th.
Matybinton . " 17th.
Ilenry Whitnmire::- " 18th.
Tlhos. Cromer: " 19th.
Jala>pa -- - 2.'th.
Bush Ricer Church - " 23d.
A. J. Longhore---- -- " 24th.
J. Hopkins Williams- " 25th.
Dead Fall -- ---- " 26ith.
Schumtperts Mils- . " 27tn.
*Newherry, C. II .---from .May 6th to l8th
The books will he kept at Frog Level until 25th
of3May. at which tnme they will be closed. All
who lall to pay by that time will b'e liable to
JACOB. T. iFELLERS, T. C. N. D.
April 1 -15-tf.
' NE WBE iRRY
T hIS INSTITUTION will be
open ' ic d on. .ioudlay, the 1st of
S- n i 'vext. Persorns intenditg
,to en:eor paiis a re req uesredl to
maI ke upptint at once'. The
sesou ill emibrice F'ourteen Weeks, aind
Students wtill he chargced fromn timne of ein
rancee to cls of session.
Ti:n:es r'an Skssms-P.\Y.Dte IN A Iv.ucl:,
. Bord,incldin wasingand fael..5'0,(0
. " Academic " .... 12.
"' Primnarv .'" .... 8,n
" F'rench................ 15,00i
"' Drawving or.P'ainting.... 15,0(0
-" Faniev Work............I 1200
Incidental I2xpen1ses..... ...... 20
Boarders are required to furnish sheets,
pillow-cases, towels, lights and hetavy cover
in g. For furthier ii informaion addrtess
-Re:v. J. TAYLOR ZEA LY, Prinici pal,
Newberry, C. .11., So. Ca.
MUSTA CH-ES 1
F ORCED to grow~ upon the smoothest face
in fromi three to five wek by using
Dr.SEVIGNE'S RESTAUR~A1EUR CAPIL
LAIRE, the most wonderful discovery in
modern science, acting upon the Becard and
IIair in an almost miraculous manner. It
has len used by the elite of Paris and Lon%
don with the most flattering success. Names
of all purchasers wvill be registered, and if
entire satisfaction is not given in every in
stance, the money will be cheerfully ;efu:ndo
ed. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, Si.
Descriptive cireulairs and testimonials mailed
free. Addrsss 13ERGER, SIIlU'ifS & CO.,
Chemists, No. 285 River Street, T[roy, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Feb. 27, 1837. 17
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 satisf'ac
HALL, fFFICE & SHOP STOVES,
They manufacture and sell at wholesale and
retail the best article of
Plain Tin Ware.
hey keep on hand a good assortment of
Pressed and Japanned
FREE TO EVERYBODY.
A Large G pp. Circular, giving itiforma'
tion of the greatest importance to the youtig
of both sexes.
It teaches how the homely may become
beautiful, the despised respected, and the
No young lady or gentleman should fail
to send their Address, and rccive a copy
pcst-paid, by return mail.
P, 0. Drawer 21:
Feb. 27, 1867-1y. Tnoy, N. T.
0 A Yor,G' LADY returning to her
country home, after a sojourn of a fe9ir
months in the City, was bnr.lly recognised
by her friends. In place of a coarse, rustic,
flushed face, she had a soft ruby complexion
of almost marble smoothness, and instead of
twenty- three she really uppeartd but eigiteerr.
Upon inquiry as to the cause of so great ii
change, she p:inly told them that she used
the CIRCASSIAN BAL1M, and considered it
an invaluable acquisition to any Lady's toi
let. By its uQe any lady or gentleman cat
improve their personal appcarance an hun
dred fold. It is :inple in its combination, as
Nature herself is simple, yet unsurpassed' in
its efficacy in dr.wing impuri;ies from, also
healing, c!eatsing and beautifying the skin.
and complexion. By its direct action on the
cuticle it draws from it all its impurities,
kindly healing the same,a:d leaving the sur
face as Nature intended it should be, clear,
soft, smooth and be'autiful. Price $1, ent by
Mail or Express. on receipt of an order by
W, L. CLARI & C3 , Chemist,;
No. 3 West Fayette St., Syracuse, N.Y.
The only Am,riean Agents for the sa:-e of
IK:b. 27th, 1867. - 1
Wonderful hut True.
MADAME REMINGTON, the world-re,.
nowned Astrologist Somnambulistic Clair;
voyant, while in a clairvoyant state, deline
ates the very features of the person you art
to marry and.by the aid of an instrument of
intense power, known as the Psychonotrope'
goarantees to produce a perfect and life,like
pic:nre of the future hu-band or wife of the
appiicant, with date of marrhge, occupation,
leading traits of character, &c. This Is no
imposition, as testimoniais withont numabe
can assert. By stating place of birth, age,,
disposition, color of eyes and hair, and en
elosing fifty cents, and stamped envelope-ad
dressed to yourself, you will receive the pic.
tura by return mai!, together with desired in
Address in confidence, Madame Gertrude
Remington. P. 0. B3ox '297, West Tr,e, N. Y.
Feb. 27th, 1867. ly
Know Thy Destiny. .
MADAME. E F. THonsrTof,-The great
English Astrologist, Clai:vo-yant- arid Psy'
chometrician, who has astonished the seien.
tific classes of the Okd World, has now local'
ted herself at H-udson, 3'. Y.. Madame.
Thornton possesses such wonderful powers
of second sigh t, as to enable her to impart
knowledge of the greatest importance to ther
single'or married1 of either sex. TVhiie in ii
state~ of trane, she delincates the very feta
lures of thu. person you are to marry, and by
the aid of ani instrument of intense power,
known as the Psychom~ot:-ope, guarantees to
produce a life,Lke pictmte of' the firture hus
band or wife of the applicant, together w!i
date of marriage,. position in:life:, leading
traits of character, &c. This is no humbng;
as thousands of testimonials can assert. She
w:hi send when desired a certified certificate,
or written guarantee, the t the picture is *hat
it purports to be. Ey enclosing a smaldock
of hair, arnd stating pla~ce, ofluirth age, dis
position and comphxlon, and enclosing fifty
cents and stamped envelope addressed to
yourself, you will rece:ve the picture and de
sired in formtation by return manil. All comn
mlunicatioos secredty confideutis!. A idress
in confidence, MAauM: E. F. TuonsTQ,
P,' 0, Eox 223, Hud-on, N. Y.
Feb. 27, 137. ly.
throw away your false frizzes, your switches,
IDestructive of comfort, and1 not worth a flg:
Come ed, comne .touth fuul, come ugly and fair,
Auui rejoice ii ' our own luxuriant hair.
For restoring hair upon bald heads (from
whatever cause ia may have fallen out) and
forcing a growth of Lasir upon the- face, it hea
no equal, - It will force the beard to grw
Upon the smlootheist ffeie in from tiveto eight
weeks, or hair upon bald heads in from two
to three mnths. A few ignorant.practitions
ers have asser'ted that there is nothing that
will force or hasten the growth of the hair o'r
beard. '[heir assertions are false, as tuou
sands of living witnesses (from their own
expcrieneycan bear witness But many
will say, how are we to distingu-ish the gcia
ine from the spurious.y Et certaiuly is #fl
cult, as nine-tenths of the .different .Prepas
rations adverti-ed for the hair and beard are
entirely wortbless, and you may have alrea
dy thrown away hirge amounts in their pn
chase. To such we would say, try the Re%
parator Cappilti; it wil! costyou nothing uns~
less it fully conmes up to onr repre'ehtations -
[f' your D. uggist does not keep it, send . us
mne dlollar andi we will forward ir, postpaid,
together with a receipt for the money, which
w i be returned you on app ication, providing
etire satis!fuerion is nu~r given . A Wi'es&,
W. L CL ARK& CO.. Chemists,
No 3 West F..yette Street, SYRACUSs, N. Y.
Fell. 27th, 1867. 17.
There cometh glad tidings offjoy to alt,
r- young andi to old. to y reat aind to small;
The~beaiuty which once wasso preciods aud.rkre
Is free for a:1, and all may be fair.
By 11e utse of
For Improving and Beautifying the Comn,
The most valuable anid perfect preparation
n use, for giving the skin a beautiful pearl%
ike tint, that is only found in youth. It
~uikly removes Tan, Freckles, Pimples,
lotches, Moth Patches, Satllowness. Erup
ions, and all impurities of the skin, kindly
ealing the fume leaving the skin wbite and
ziar as alabaster. Its use can not be de-.
tcted by the c!osest scrutiny, and being a
egetable preparation is perfec'tly hiarmnless,
r is the only artic!e of the kind used by the
~'rench, and is considered by the Parisian as
idispenale to a perfect toilet. Up'vards
f 30,000 bottles were sold during the past
ear, a suffieient guarantee of its efficacy.
rice only 73 cents. Sent by mail, post%paid,
na receipt of an order, by '
BIURGER, S HU f TS & CO ., Chemists,
285 River St , Troy, N, Y.
Feb. 27, 18637. ly,
Lost, Lost, Lost.
On Suniday', th -14th instant, between my
ouse and St. Luke's Church, a LARGE
LEAThR PO uCKET BnnOK,w n:,nige