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The HIrnT P.R1t paid for Old Rag$
4dav.red to the subscriber. who will make
tDiss permanert frature in his busiiness.
Sere opposite Wiskeman &
Wilber's. . - .
J. W, MILLER, Agt.
~ F. NANGF,
* EBoui5i1n Age111&
- 0rr pondents re, among the best
V thouves in all of the Atlantic Ci
p PrePa e r d to make FULL CASH
-V ON ..B1ILS OF LAeJSG, and
ean -ieprton ad:i4 -aisf'o y re
are hoized agents for the sale
A.'ok-Bagging [Double Anchor Brand)
Th be4 gateesof Cotta Ties,
- aruviad Guano,
- - -- flestaaSSpges,
i wines and Liquors, -
- - inoWIesser Repeating Arms,
aTId Sporiug Goode generaly.; -
.'twde eau.be suppiied -byAas at Man
dV Sne pSolinhafto Theacre
Nibery, . C
W~Ienm te ~il4 ~ e ce t o
pl.8H aP aeofWt wi.
AND GElERAL .
W d Wh ~ Carf
- oAS &amtmaLa,
~~~ NWS er~ 8. C.
4 G OnheRCHNS
-aldt h -ANY GEALDATGE ob
obaie bysu rig Ior
* RIWE8L . ENX
un- p r,cnanigfrt-ih
Sofreadng mtter 'is pulse
evr ensaymrig t 15 o i
T~hesper arewgnie s ecn
Tay ew trWno l t of the orld ;T
inVRWitorifals on A genea topes;
JULI N A.EY,Prpit,
as. ii po pr,cotaning fortyS.iC.
The Best Gun
known for seit defence is the Winches
ter Pa ent. It is simple in onstruetion,
and can be fired lttner in a gicen titne
than.any other single Breech Leader.
SILAS JOHNsTONE & WM. F. NANCE.
Agents for Manufacturers.
Aug. 2e 85 tf.]
Super Phosphate of
FOR C(TT . ( N'a; WRE . T an i other
GRAIN t'ROP., ToBtC 'O, VEGE
TABLE CRUPS, &c.
,ontais suf-ieut stimulating Ammoni
acal Anitna-l Jtatter to ptoducr rapid g t,wth,
and to insure the complete appropriation hv
the plant of 'be. Pho-phatea -and other in
grediiuis in the fortilizer, %ithout exhaus'
in- t)it s.. It does not burn the c ops
during drouth tie t'er,::n Guan.; or lo"e
itw ereugtb by..tbe volailisation of the am
All its constituents, excepting the Sul
ph5rie Avid, beiog from Bnes Blood, -
Flesh and other animal. sources, and not
from Mineral Phosphates,.or Mineral Phos
-hatie Guano, as in the case wirh most of
the Ruper-ph-'sphates. it is ip a condition'to
becomr 4ickly soluble in the sot, and
avuilae aso0 for plants.
1ar1anted fre frotn adulterations, and of
For sale ty NAYES a M.!RDN, -
aug26 $5 Agents at Newbe;!.
- Just Received -
BY MAES& MARTIN,
AND FOR -SA.,E .
CHEAP FOR CASH I
60 Ceils of Rope, .
20 Bales of Bagging, and
10 Hhds. Eitra- Baltimore
500 Lbs.. Sugar Cured
200 Lbs. No. 1-Leaf Lard,
2 Hhdls. West Tndia, 2NIo
..And iany ' other Seasona
-MAYES & MARTIN.
August 26 35 .tf.
We have just reeived edditions to out'
!tock of goods to which we call the atten
Pridte,. Bleached GQods, Brown
Shirting, White and Striped
'White Jaconets, Plain and Striped
Nansooks,. Rose and .f hose,
Shirt Fi-onts, Paper
Suspenders, Irish Linen Gents
Wemene' Heavy Shoes, Brues
CROCKERY 'AND CLASS: WARE,
Pioneer Soap. Bar and Toilet ditto
Chewing & Snioking Tobacco,
~ Liquid Blueing,
Genuinxe Spanish Float Indigo,
Splendid Nbw Ark
*. CIDE~R VINEGAR,
Green Tea, Spice, Peppgzr, Soda,
Es,oji,' Wla ases,
Keroi~e- Latops and Oil,
Extra' Burrers and . ChimnOeys tor
Lamps, anRd various other gqods,
Cheap for Cash,
By Levelace & Wheeler.
In Re John P. Buzzard
Ia coinpliance' .ith an orde4iF ohtaihedl
fromn the~ Hona George S. flryan,~ U. -S. Dis
tret Judge', I wil- ~e at t.. residene of
the Basikrupt, John P. Buzzard, in. the
Count .of New berr'y,.
OYW 2-ntradap the 10Th; day of &p
-tember A.. D. 1868,
P e'rsoinal ?roperty.
Tro *it:- Iwo umes, .one horae, t'wo
cows,-te o jearigs,J t welve .head of hogs,
fifYeew sheep, nibe goats, twenty-four heaed
of poultry, two tour horse wagons, one t.oo
'lornse wagongs&wo log chains, two fifth chain-,
two gins, one thresher and fan, fonu- graina
erade's, one rett blacksmiiths tools, one bug
gy and harness, one thousead pounds of
fodder, t wo saddles, one share in Newberry
steam mill comapany.
And also, at the same time and place I
will sell the
oe which Petitioner resides, which was ex
empted by the She iff tromn levy and sale
under the order of Gen. Sic'k!es, containing
twenty acres more or less, and hounded by
lands Iately owned by said John P. Buzzard,
but now owned by T. M. Pay,inger.
JAMES A. GROTWELL,
Aug. 26 35 2c. Assignee.
WIlROP B. WI1LLIAMS,
CharleSton, S. C.
By virtue-of Sn"drv Writ, of 'Firri Facias'
o me directed I will sell ..n the tirst Mondlay
n Septemb -r next, heftre the Court House
loor, the followint property, viz:
One honae and lot in the town of New"
wrry. containing half an acre, more or less,
>iunded by lands of R H. Wright. et al.
svled.on at the suit of H. H. Blease, v
Foe Montgomery. 3
Also all the right, title and Interest of A.
3 Garling!on. in one house and lot, in the
:wn of Newberry, cont1ining seven acres
iore or less. hounded by lo's of E S C+op
tock Peter Moon. rt al Levied on at the
lur "f the State vs A C Gar:ington. 3
Also one lot which i, known a, "the Brick
sttble." on ssin Street. two hundred and
rhree f4et in front and the s:ne in the rear,
runnin- thrtne" fro'n Main Street to the
5treet leadin:: by the Jail and houide I by
ots of Henry 0 HJenson. and Lot formt rly
)wned ijr G r Scott. et al, levied on at
he -uit of J. A. and R H. Mars, et I vs.
R. H ins+rd 3
Alao. one HT,lf Store House in the city of
Ping Level tw,unded by lots of P. Sullivan,
Wiley Bridges, and Corks Ferrv Road. Le
ried on at the }nut of Malinda Cameron
For Dower vs. Wm Werts and Wife. and
>thers. - *3.
Al-. nine hundred and thirty acres of
land more or le"v bonnrled by landy of ) V.
-scurry, G C Ridiehober, Dr. Calvin Hig,
ins -t. at Levied ot at the suit of Mo'ea
R.Gib<n.et al vs Archer M Smir. 03
Al-. 2 horses, levied on as the property
of T. J. Price, a'.d re-sold -at the risk of a
lbrmer pnrchaser, *3
Al,so, I will sell 2 pine tables, lot -small
spokes, lot old plank, and other ar'icles in
'he bri"k stahl . Levied on at the :nir of
J A & R. H. Mars, et al. vs. H. H Ki.
I will also sell on the next day (Tuesday)
at Henry Wliitmires Store all the right title
ad interest f Henry Whitmire in 3 horses,
5 ules, 12 head of cattle, 15 head of hogs,
2 :heep. corn, fodder, I thre.hvr, I fan, I
'urv, t carriage, 2 wagons, household and
tier-cn furn.nure. 3
T 31. PATSINGER, s. N. D.
Aug. 1934 2t. t3
. Just received and f6r sale at
J. McINTOSIS' Drug Store.
For Fever and Chills.
100 .oe Sulphate Q:inine,
3000 Pills " . ''. Sugnr Coated,
2 Doz Vin de Qutninm-Freieb -
"s " Vin de Seguinu-Paris.
" " R.wan's ontdc blixture
" Hegeman's Fertated Elixir,Cal'.
issoia Bark -
-" Sandford's Liver Invigorator
Panknin. Hepatic Bitters~
"" - -Ho4rtter's ".
w " 'Sumpter ''
" " Oxygenated ."
And for saWe at
J. McIJTOSH'S- Drug Store.
Solution Citrate Magnesiu-freah.
SeidUdtz PP wders .
Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient
HusbandaCalcincd M'tnesia -
or sale at J. cIN rosH's Drg'itoren
&lood Tonics &. InVigoran fe.
Queen's Deigh-Fisher & Hainitsh's
.* Aycgr's Sarsaparilfa
Heitubold's Extract Buchu
Mr.. Winslow's Boothing Syrup
'Van 'Duesla's Worm Confections
A fuT-a.<:ortmnent of Colognes, Perhtmeryv.
:ds'apa. fv.'n 'he hes; Feench and Ameri
'an manufacturers wih a-complete-stock of
Prene-a ndies, &c. -
W" All prese-iptions r-iH be .carefully
sidponded ty Dr. T. Gonin, atall hours
>f he day orrnight at .
,. McIN TOSHS3 Drug Store.
Aug 19 34-3tho.
I respectfully inform the Merchants,
Planters and Farmiers of New berry anad aid
ttning Count ies, that t miay he .fonnd at my
dB.ce in, the rear of thieCorrer Brick Store,
>eapied hby Messrs. Gary & Duncan, with
nrased f'acili-iei for making -
Liberal1 AdVanes on Cotton,
hipped through me to that prompt and
o.pdar busines.. house, Mess'rs. Geo. U.
Waler & C-'.. Chtarbe.ton, so. Ca.
I have a c'lose Brick Ware House. bear
rhe Railroad Depot, for the storage of (o0
ron consigned to ..me at this place. I w lI
wi.l Vuttun for, parties who may desire ii,
iad remit proceeds prorr ptlf~by express. or
therwise as directed. .1 will buny ('o'tton~
i order on dei o.,it of fmnads for' t-he puay
po.'. -A;;y buisinesea in4nfrted to'mne will he
'ecu:dd ith promphlnes.., enrefulness and
iiielri. *.-'HXRGE, afODERATE "
G T. St'OTT, .
Cotton Broker, Comn & Exchange Agent.
ovwerry, S. C., Au)g' itsh, 166 2ino.
The undersigned ai~e prepared to
i every desirable kind of policy
MOST LIBERAL TERMS.
Infortna tion furtnished free of ebarge.
SILAS JOHNSTONE & Wx. F. NANCE,
I if'e Insurance Agents. .
Aug..12 33 t f.
The exercises of tbis Institution will be
Thursday, October 1st, 1-868.
A sufficient number of' teachers has been
ecured to watrrant the full instruction of
The necessary exp nas, (in advance) are
Board................................... 12 per mo.
'ition, Collegiate Department......4 0''"
" Preparatory " .... ..O""
" Primary " ......2.00 " "
For furtherr part,iculars address
.J. P. EMELTZER,
President New berry College.
August 8 33 if.
NEWBERRY FEMALE COLLEGE.
Owing to the scnreity ot money, pupila
enterigCollege will be charged monthly
RATEs WER NTE.
A cademic " ......... 3.25
Prin:ary " ......... 2.25
J. TAYLOR ZEALY, President.
A nice lot PRINTS
Cheap Plain Jackonets &
Men's Half Hose
Some very low priced
Bleached and Bro. col. Lrills
Full line Coates' Cotton
Linen Camb Hdkf 's
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses
Shot, all sizes,
Powder, per caps, &c.
LANDRETH'S TURNIP SEED.
A full assortment Turnip
Seed, fresh and genuine. To.
gether with many other sea
sonable and desirableartieles.
August 19 343
N EWBERRY 0. H.; -S. C.
Judge Y. J. Pope, Chairman.
Col. to':t. Moorman, J Mr. Win. Langford,
M"j C. Suber " Silas John-tone,
Maj L. J.,Jopest e =K T. orene.ker,
- - -LDr. Jas. McIuosb;
Mr. W. H. Webb, Treasurer.
Theensuing session of this School will
commence on the Ora .Wednesday in An,
gust next, and close the second Friday in
December Persons desiring to enter their 1
children or wards, are rcque..red to address- i
the Chairman of the Arveory Board, or the i
Principal of -the lus'ti. -on. ' te .var ou, I
department of the College are rhoronhy -
organized, and every facility is afforded for
otwaining a complete education.
Payment for Board and Tui,ion mutt be.
made at the tidie the pa pil enters the School.
and pupils wilt be charged .from the time of
eptrance -to the c!o,e of the Session. A re'.
ceipt frQtn th; Treasurer of the Advisory
Board must be.placed by-each pupil in 4be
band of she PrliciptI at the time she enters
the School. Provisions will be as aeceptable
as money in paymen.. of expenses.
Terms Per Session in Advance:
Board, including Washing and Lights ........$100
Tuition. Col. Dewrtment, embracing English
1K:atahes sad tin..................... 1
Tuition, Academic Department............15
S Primary " ..........1
"' Miae - - K ........ 2
" Fe eh ? ............1.
SGreek u ..... ....1
Inedutal xpns.... ...... .... ...2
Shoe's. Pillow Cases'. and -Heavy Coverug.
For aurther periculart' address the Chairman
of tae Boiand. or Priao Dl ofOollege
Itev. .1. FA YLk ZEA LY, Prineinal
?ew berry FeaeColg
Y J. Pora, Chalrman Advisory Board.
.Rewaard can- be had la tajflies na the ColIe
Our 'fARDING MAIkHNES are in first -
rate order an.1 operated by SKILAFUL and -
EXPERIENCED- handq. Wool left with
N. B Knox. at Depot, Neearry, C. Hi.
will be received and promptly returned
carded. When wool issoiled we chage12j
ett per lb. Patronage jojiolted'and'sati -
R. 8. & J. W. GooDG[oN. -
STATE OF SOYLTH CAROLINA.
Ne" berry ral-trict in Fqifty
George Lar-en Afimr., vs Walter El. Hunt
The creditors of Jz'cob H. Hun' are r
q'ired-to render on o'ath and e'.abli?.h their
d- mand, Itirore the Commissioner otn or be'
fore the fir.t day of Octoher t.ext.
SILA$ JOIl'O'NE, CE.N D
Com'c offBce, 21 .iuiv 1868 -.12
STATE OF 80 UTH CAROLINA.
* Newiry District-In EQuity.
Mary A. Rikardl, AbU'r.. vs. Gleo. A. R -
kard, & others.
The creditors of estate of John Rikard,
deceased, are required to present and e.'
tabliit thieit denins on .oath ba4ors the
Commtissioner, onor before the first day of
Comn's ofiice, SILAR 'OHNSTONE,
July 212 1868. *12 .c E 14. D.
We, the m:dersigned. have this d y asso
eiated ourselveA together in the priactice of
La w and Equity itn the State and Fede.ral
4'ourt, nud.'r the ramte and style of Fair,.
Popeand Pope. Office Newbherry CI. H.,
8. C. SilEf)N FAIR,
.Y. J PO;'E,
I take this occasion to naotify my clients
that in my tnecessary absentce fro'm New
berry, during July, h~v atpplying to either of
my partnere,1essrsi.Y. J' or SmioiPope,
any intfortmation or attentioni ne'cessary to
my old busia.ess will be promtptly given
Jtiv 15 29 tf.
H. Ws Kinsman,
Mapes' Superphosphate of
Lime & Guano Co.
General Commission Merchant.
153 East Bay,
Charles~ton, El O.
Will give prompt attention to the sale or.
shipmetnt of COTTON, NAVAL STORES
and COUNTRY PRODUCE generally.
A ug 26 2m
To Medical Students.
We offer for sale. on reasonanle and ac
comnmoda:ting ternws, a Perpetual SCH')L4AR
SHIP in the Eel"etic Medical College of
Pe nsvivania, tan [nstitution of long stand
in'r and high reputation. This Scholar-hip
ean be trandmerred to any student, the place
for name being left blank in the, certificate.
[' entitles the holder to all the rights and
privileges of the Institution, full and
thoroughr im-truction, and all that apper
tains to a complete Miedical Education; and
also entitles the holder to attend all the Lec
tures of the College even after graduation, if
Certificate of Scholarship can be seen at
A-g to m4 L
Are now receiving their Stock of
Spring and Summer
G- OQOD S,
Ladies', Misses & Children's
Goat, Kid & Morocco
Bootees, Gaiters, &c.
Men's BOOTS & SHOES of
The-ahere G~OODS have been carefulli
teleeted, and made by the best workmen
We feet thankful for past favora and
rarnestly solicit an examintion of our
Stock before purchaafng elsewhere,
Uive'u,a9-call and jadge for yourselves.
MDEMIS, GRIFIN k lHARGOYE.
Staves and Tin-ware,
HavinR bought :be entire interest of Mr.
. H. ease in the Fin. and Stove hu-i"
tess. I will continue to carry on the same
n all its hrancies'tt the old stand - and wil
te most bapy to wait on all who may wan
rything.in my line I s;all keep constant
y on. hand a large and well made steck o
' with an extensive assortment of
-Cooking and other Stoves,
of the most improved patterns.
L. well selected stock of Preated Ware and
ouse furnishing good- generall Job worl
af all descriptions will be done In the best
nanner, at teasonable' prices and short
torice. - W. T. WRIQH r.
April 15 16 tf. - -
The urmdersigned has openred in -thi
store formerly occupied by A. Harris
iet to Messrs. ~Wiskematn &. Wilber
ahere,.he will be happy to see h'is friend~
and old caa.torner's He will keep' con
antly on hand a
Complete'8tock of Groceries
..censsting in part of
- &c., &c.
JORN W. MILLER,
ApriL29 8.~ ~n . .Agenlt.
The subeecriber respeerfully cals the at
leurioti of the public to~ the fact that he i.
rill orie hamd and Dr'pared to ex-cate -al
work in, bial line of buiness, el her in
arriage, Buggy or- Wager
raworkmanlike and expedlitloue maniner
ad tpica ccbrdantce-with tetimes
Hanga6xperience ofttwentv',ie y--a
end haviug worked in all the p.rincipal cii
f the So'mth, int the hest carriage houses. 1
mi confident of my ability to give entirm
Gin.r me- a trba and be convinced.
UIp in reair of N'utan 1-unter's, and at
ct to env residsnce. -
Maf 6 6r4 : GEo. BolAND.
KING- OF PAIN,
A CERTA IN CURE -FOR.
Chils and Fever.
-All Summner Complaintss
CEY IT AIL YE THAT AEE AFFLICTED
For Sale by -D. MOWEBR.
June 24 26 2m.
When you want PJCTURES te
all at my Gallery over AfowerM
tore. I am here all tha while, and
utting up the right kind of Photo
yaphs, A mbrotypes, &c.. at lou
rice?s. . We charge nothing for look
ng, and not mutch for a picture.
Also a nice lot of Albums and Pina
!or putting pictures in.
W. H. WISEMAN.
Anchor Bolting Cloths,
-nHE VERY BES'T MADE,
Will be sold at
New York Prices;
rhese cloths are warranted
ap 221rm- R. STEWART.
The Subscriber wonld inform his friendi
mai the public that be has a smiall stock of
SALIDLE$, BRIDLES. BUGGY HAR
rhich he offers for sale at prices tn suit the
ime. W. A. ELMoRE.
Apl 1n 2 m
Notice This. I
In order to make room for ,
our FA LL STOCK we will,
from this date, till the first
of September, sell
BOOTS and SHOES
AT REDUCED PRICES.
ABRAMS, GRIINI' 1 lAGGROTE.
July 22 3u 3 t
m. FOOT. v
Has just received a
large Stock of
Bacon Sides, C
Hams and Shoulders,
Rio and Java Co;fhe,
Soda and Sugar Crackers,
Knifes and- Forks,
Iowder and Sho
Ladier and Gents Earnish-.
ing Goods of all kinds,
Boots, Shoes ,anid Gaiters,
Other Goods, too numer
ous to mention, which- are
-enerally kept in a well sup
pliea Varietf Store.
- I offer my GOO~DS at
prices as low as they can be
'bought or sold-at the corner
March 25 13 tf.
All things are sul;ject to
Oh a n g e?W
W. H. WEBB
has again changed base, and
is now - permnently lo cated
(until the next change,) on the
Corner Store of Mollos
hon Row, (No. 1-.)
This CHIANGE has been made
with a. view to.gather in tb.e loose
CHJANGE~ now afloat, and to do '
thi~ effeetually he: invites~ an ex- c
armination of his Stock, th-e
PRICES OF WHICH ARE S0O
VERY LOW I
iar-Call and be convinced, at No. 1, h
-- Mollohon Row.
June 323 3
He .ou Bad Your Chitldren's1
PICTURES TAKEN. f
If not, now is the ti-ne to secure a rood e
picture-a life-like, bright, clean, c tear and ~
streoaopie picture. We have made ar- -
rangemfents to go to Laurens, S. C., about ]
the mtiddle of August, and ths whoi wat
pictures should call on i.s before that time.
Our pictures have "ien general satisfaction *
'aud are admirij by all. we warrant them
equal t any now made. Those intending
to hiave their pictures taken should call a~t
an early day.I
Please do not put it off till h
the last week.
Special Attention Paid to Copying
Old Pictures of Any Description.
Those having old pictures. they wi-h
copied, cani have them done in a very su- h
perior mannier, as we. pay special atte.t ot U
to this branch. Pictures that sre delaced a
with finger marks, scratcheasdust, &c.. we s:
can copy without these defects idrowing. by -
a process known only to us. Send ius your
old pictures, tI at are defaced by time and
use, and we will tran,aform them into new
pictures withotfl a blemish.
wRENT & WHEELER. I
0 THE PUBLIC.
I have just retrrned from Charleston,
here I bought a Large Stock of
Consisting in part of Beautiful Printt,
Iislins, Oiteahurgs, Shirtings, (Bleached
unhleacited,) also, Groceriet, Shoes, "Hue,
)th for Gents.and Ladiea, in f,ct I have
,ery thing kept in a good country srfvte.
return my kind thank. to my friends od
i-MNetrr, for the Liberal parronage Ihate
reived since I openetd where I amn.' I
,k theni I waagoin^ te sell Cheap Goods,
cont'e and look and judge. My cUso
ers did so, and I scld the'm goods cheali;
id will coutinde to sell cheap, cleap for
I am a1d'n>Z week'y to my stock of Gro,
-ries, Dr Goid<, Hardware, CroLkeryware,
hoes and lickles, Preserves, &c. Also, a
.arge Lot Corn for sale eheay.
I ill exchange Goods for all kird of
M. P. A LBRITON,
Newherrv, March 25.
TATE GREATLY LNCREASE
New Stock of Spring
consisting of .
)RY tIODS T GROIERWL
AT PRICES TO SUIT TgZ
rintsf . -
Can Fruits, Piekles,. Sardine
March 25 -
arriage and Bisggy.
J. Tayior & Co.
Will keep const-.ntly on haned..a good A.y
ortmnft of fine Bt'GES of the mnBoR$ ap
roved st,Ie?s. and patterne, camnbining
ghtnuess and durability. Built to order
glht Rocka-ways, and2 Plantation Gariage*,
.hea-iona, Top and no T'op Baggies, &Ke..
014 G2arriages and Buggies renovated -and
iade to look se good as new. Repatirmng
one-in the hest manner a:rd at reasonable
rices, and all work( eatincted:on befgre it
reaired anjd a copy given: to our custo
riers; Special- atteution given'to repaiuing
ine Oarriages -and Baggies, which is.tmper
ant to consumers. l reigha wilbe peid one
ray, when sent byv Rail Road, ien the 1e
inirs atmounit to over $100). We..use nothinig
ult the best mate'rials that can he bought, and
re willing to rely on the nierit of our workfor
liberal patrougage. We invite theeapi
latio o.our work and asure the publir
hat we can buikd the samte class- workc-.e
teap if .not cheaper than we cauaorsit.
til of one wvork is WarrAsit. d.
Our Factory is near the Depot.
Newherry,'S. C., March 25 -101y.
Z. -L WHITE.
)f all kinds of FIRE&ARU\l, LOCKS, ke,
Haes on hand Pistols anid Guns~ of-all-sp.
wred mlakes. A;nmmtun.ftione, sui as. Cat
ei'les, Ca ps, Poider aced Shot.
Shot Ponches, Flaesk,e, Baegs, and ,eyS?y
ther kind .f Sporting A ppaerat.us. Besides
ecany oilf,,r articles of various characters
All kinds of REPAIRING neatly and ed
dittously execteltd, a'hd at low rates. '
Aprel 15 lb rf.
U ,MTLY StfIG'acHINE.
rni- Maeb l,e :s equal to th saa daid mact,ines
a everyt r..pect and i' 4atrn as th e lw price- of
2 Adde-aArieJ'AI, biEWING MA,
HlINE~ (.. itbrh-a --
.Ju-e 24 26 6mc.
ir Sal. by Di-uggsts Eirerywe
)on't Fail to Try the Celebra
-d Southern Toie, Panknain's-irpaiic'Bit
-r. an unfatiling reme-dy for-adll-iseaeeof
leP~igestive Organs'and' the liver. For
ele by all Diraggists. . --
)on't Fail to - Try the Cele
rated Southern Tonic, Pankucin's Hepatic
itters, an unefailinig remeedy for all Dis
ets of the Digestive Organs and the Liven.
or sale by all Drnggists.
)on't Fail to Try the Cele
r.ed Southern Tonic, Paink nin's Hepatie
itters, an unfahiingI remedy for all Die
~ses of the Digestive Organs and the Liver
or sale by all Druggists.
)on't Fail to Try the Cele
rated Southern Tonic,- Panknin's Hepetio
itte.*s, an tunfailitig remedy for all Dis
ises of the Digestive Organs and the Liver,
or sale by all Druggists.
)on't Fail to Try the Cele
rated Southern Tonic, Panknin's Hepatic
itrers, an unfatiling remedy for all iiseas -s
r.the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
Lie by all Druggists.
)on't Fail to Try the Cele
rated Southern Tonic, Panknin's Hepatiet
ttrers, an unfailing remedy for all Diseasea
t: e Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
le by all Druggists.
Just received, fresh and
rime. R. STEWART.
Angnst 10' Ml R