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it Court of the United States.
Por the Districtof South Carolina, in Bank
in the matter of Thos. Whitmire
, whos a Petition for adjudication of
y was led on the 30th day of
Sesuqmber, A. H., 1868, in said Court.
-Rhi -to give notice that on the 12th
&V ds rsy, 1869, a warrant of Bank
was ispued against the estate of
iWhtmire, of Newberry County and
of South Carolina, who has been
"4pgd a bankrupt on his own peti
That the payment of any debts and
delivery of any property belonging to
bakrupt; to him, or Ie his use, and
the transfer of any property by him is for
hidden by law; and that a meeting of the
estors of said bankrupt, to prove their
debts, and to choose one or more Assignees
ofhis estate, will be held at a Court of
pskroptcy, to be bolden at Newberry Court
.Msse, South Carolina, before 0. G. Jae
.Esq.,-Begister,snthe 10th day of March,
1.,D.1 at 1s 'cloek, M.
- J. P: I. EPPING,
U. S. Marahall as Messenger.
A. P.. 1rsa, Deputy Messenger.
-1 .AETWAIITED OR
e,rets of the
A etit____etft V132li and the
e and Nam ew
V ye wish to know how fortunes are
a aad lost io-a day; how shrewd Men
as ained In Wall Street; bow Countrymen
s swindled by Sharpers; how Mini-ters
Werebanf are Blackmailed, how Dance
d d CDoert Salootts are Managed,
Houses and Lotteries are
aws"k bow steek and Oil Companies
4 Er abow the Bubbles Burst, read
30t t.I eeat Ins 35 fine ytg,
aB> t h and dnaof
Spciet and Cheapest
a see our terms, and a
the work. Address, Jones
sfetior wor ot similar character
se ab.. .a.s that the books you
MM"e emavings and sen at .7I
d ;OSe let- Ptnk Eye Irish
-plating po.atoe known.
R. STEWART & CO.
- Lime and Salt.
.J".reeived a Sne. lot Lime, of best
gsemty. by the barrel or - bushel. Also a
and j Salf, fresh and large sacks.
. STEWART & CO.
. Eonnow Ware.
Aither lot those super Axes, also a full
.i assorImDnt Pots, Ovens, Spades,
Estas Idls alt size., Tee-.Kettles, Wagon
U t A. R. STEWART & CO.
10 6 4t. .
ade lees, lakes, le.
- weesve a. fiae lot Garden Boes,
Shovels, Spades. Also, a
ad Table Cutlery, Scissors,
-I. STEWART & 0O.
saumdr a~' Garden Seed,
'Ihu ad gieikide, just received a large
d eset t ike- abbve. lrated seed.
-g feed, by
iI~#4.~R BTRWART & CO.
D Go&ds and GrocerieS.
3 D- MO WER4.
~pU3 ad Cballe Mohair
- e.n.a.=smmen D. MOWER'S.
EP4UhP~N~1and Salm.n, tor alns by
.i&sba dek* 5an Caln and s before
sg - D. MOWER's.
Ias@J2be seby D. MOWEE.
3mas' .HAE&SONS, 16 Mur'
W~e Yrk, wm publish ln a fin
I 4dte,d3 iniaVe er Southern Home
stssve of Ala'
#4 P* seat aw address, posth
~~ ISw w E Inset- the above
wm *bmno, and send his paper, marked,
ese ~Tahsg sese, to the Publishers, will
imisa .eg, by mail, fee.
n ausuasnGu si his paets
A*ge thikfuSesstts' Teeth
preard In his
'kwan, 8.: eajtk.S1
hen h foowg ~ eaibm
Eko it Ftwi'hoae Wao, 2
e galloos1) of Whse,
J.ZW*31, ~elI, near Olin
8 ., forvIOlation of
to make such claims
A 7~H. DENNIS,
' gp'Gog5eanbrd Dst, B. C.
us & Lot for Sale.
Wgl be sold on sale-day ne;t, in front of
4 eus4 )aoab, the desirable residence in
whiehfMr. E. pssby now resides.. The
~mlies Ave recops and four fire-places ;
1teQptalas one acre, more or less, two
est buildings, .
'1a33- or Saz.z Casa, and possession
j im smediately if desired...
H. H. KINARD, Auctioneer.
eb. 10 6 at
NU T U I L
LIII INSURANCE COHHANI,
OF NEW YORK.
INCORPORATED, . - - - 1842.
C ASH ASSETS OVER THIRTY MIL
LIONS OF DOLLARS.
Cash Income, 1867, over TEN MILLIONS.
Dividends to Policy Hollers, 1867, $2,236,
New Policies issued in 187e, 19,406.
The Company is PURELY MUTUAL. No
fividends to stockholders. The entire pro,
Hts are re$urned to the assured, thus causing
Policies to become SELF-SUSTAINING in
thirteen years, or to double in twenty.
Interest received from investments, 1867,
Excess of INTEREST RECEIPTS ALONE,
over losses, about $400,000.
Real Estate, Bonds and Mortgages on Real
Estate, in the City of New York, over SEV,
ENTEEN MILLIONS of dollars.
It is the richest Company in the world.
Its policlee are non-forfeitable. Its divi,.
dends are the largest.
Appll atons for Columbia, and the North
ern portion of South Carolina, received by
GR EGG, PALMER & CO.,
Baxsox Jonas, Agent at Newberry.
Jaxs Mclross, M. D., Medical Exam
Feb. 10 6 ly.
Stock of Groceries.
Paysinger & Wilson
Next door to the Shoe Store,
Have now on band, and to which they are
constantly adding all choice articles in the
Grocery line, which they are selling at
Spades, A xes,
Yarns, Cotton Cards,
Tobaceo and Segatrs,
- - Tin ware, Jug ware,
And a large variety of~ other arti
dele, sneh aa are usually kept in a
Grst class grocery store.
If you want good bargains, call at
N. 0 Molasses of the very best
White Wine Vinegar, Kerosene
Flour, Sugar, Coffte and Mack
constantly on hand ; together with
a well selected Stock of
Boots and Shoes,
AND ALL AT
VERY LOW PRICES.
Feb. 3 5 tf.
BETTER THAN the BEST
Having made extens ye purchases lately,
and as our store room is crowded frt.m cen
tre to circumference, we propose to make
room by disposing of the same immediately,
if possible, and to enable us to do s>, we
t500 Cash Customers
to lyto urrelefwith money in hand, to
whom we will give Bargains in
GROCERlES-Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Mo
lasses. Flour, Bacon, Potatoes, etc., etc.
DRY GOODS-('alicoes, Domestics, etc.,
MISCELLANEOUS-Boots, Shoes, Hats
Crocker y, Glass, Wood anid Jug Ware.
And all other articles in our line which
may be called for at'
IllJ'N & W/ICKER'S
Grocery, under the Rotel.
RuIN BATES & IC9.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Dry Goods and Clothing,
122 & 124 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON S. C.
Feb. 10 6 Smo.
A minintrator's Notice
The Notes and Aceounts of Dr. James
il, lately deceased, have been for some
time (and still epe) in the bands of Mes
Joes &Jones for collection, If not pa'4by
rst of April 1860, each one will be sued on,
THOMAS H. DUCKETT,
of Sale Real and Personal
In Re. John Mayer-Bank
In pursuance of aR order to me directed,
as Assignee of John Mayer-Bankrupt, I
will sell, at public auption, at residence of
said Bankrupt, all the real and personal
property which belonged to said Bankrupt,
on Friday the 26th Febru%ry, 1869, at 10
Said Estate consisting of
1000 Acres of Land.
Horses, Mules, Hogs, Cows.
Sheep, Cotton, Uorn, Wheat, Fod
der, &c., &c.
Wagons, Farming Implements,
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Terms of Sale cash.
Purchaser to pay for stamps and
papers. F. H. DOMINICK.
Feb. 3 5 3t. Assignee.
In Columbia, of
-R. & 1, , S1VFFIEL,
They Sell the
THE BEST MADE, AND
Most Durable Clothing
in the State.
ALL THE LATEST
STYLES OF HATS.
CLOTHING MADE TO
Jan 1 tf
Sulphuric Acid ud Superphsphate Company,
CHART.TON, S. C. .
Having completed their extensive manu
factory, are now prepared to furnish soluble
Fertilizers, no other kind being available to
Planters for immediate returns for their in
vestmests. This Company., uder the direc.
tion entirely of Southern men of high char
acter, offers inducements which wil recom
mend it to Southern Planters. *Their works
are among the largest and most cotnpiete in
the United States, uind enable thenm to pre,.
pare at home an abundant supply of the
proper solvent for the South Carolina native
Bone Phosphates which are near by. From
these Phosphates they propose to manqfac
ture a Fertilicer even richer in Soluble Phos
phates than those made from Raw Bones,
and containing more than twice the quantity
of Superphosphate of lime fond in the best
average manures heretofore offered for sale,
the rates at which we offer them being no
higher than the average price or other Ferti
lizers, white the Manures contain twice as
much fertilizing matewrial; they are in faict
much cheaper to the consumer. r bey are
offered on thke market in two lorms, with a
guarantee that the material in each will cor
respond to the adversi,ement:
Ernwar No. 1.-801able Phosphate, con
taning f rom eightein to twenty-five per cent.
of Pure Soluble Phosphate of Lime, and fur
nished at sixty dollars per ton.
E-rIwaN No. 2.-Peruvian Superphos
phate, containing from sixteen to twenty
per cent. of Soluble Phosphate, and three to
four per cent. Ammonia, ay seventy dollars
per ton, for approved acceptances, bearing
interest, or such other security as may be
acceptable to the Sub. Agents. A discount
of ten per. eent. on the above prices will be
made for cash. Orders to be forwarded im
mediately to the Agents, and delivery made
as directed. W M. C. BEE & CO.,-Ag'ts,
C. G. MIXxINtiER, President.
Jan. 27 4 11m.
What You Drink.
Out of thirty-eight specimens of Bourbon
Whiskey recently submitted te a chemical
analysis, at the various saloons in New
York, only two were pure. The- under
sined ventures to assert that his LIQUORS
and WINES are as pure as any sold in the
United States. As for his A LE and LAGER
B5E2R, it is without adulteration; and he
wishes to submit it to any chemiical. analy
sis. It imparts permanent strength to weak
systems and invigorates delicate constitu
tions. Drink his Beer ; you will enjoy the
greates of blessings-health, and prolong
JOHN C. SEEGE RS,
Jan. 27 4 2m. Columbia.
The undersigned are Agents for the sale
ot DUPON P"8 CELEBRATED POWDER,
and having secured a fire-proof Mag 'zine,
they can furnish the same in any quantity
and at all times to Merchants at Manufac
turer's prices with freight added.
They are also Agents for the sale of
Gower, Cox, Markley' & Co's., Wagons,
manufactured in Greenville, S. C.
GARWIIE & McCAUGHRIN,
Jan. 6 1 tf.
Just received 600 lbs. Nto. 1 country
Lard in kits, pure and nice, the very article
for house-keepers. Gall and supply 'your
selves at the Grocery store of .
MAYES & MARTIN.
Jan 27 4 tf
4000 lbs. of the above now in store,. of
superior qual.ty, and well-cured, at reason
able prices by
MAYES & MARTIN.
Jan 27 4 tf
2.5 Bbls iu good order and condition,
just received and for sale by
MAYES & MARTIN.
Jan 27 4 if
The undersigned has recently opened a
choice stock of Family Groceries and Mis
cellaneous Goods, one door west of Lau
rence Marshall's Bazaar and nearly opposite
Mr. Andrew Wicker's.
Feb.86 tf. - D. P. BUZZHARDT.
Miss Josephine Jones,
At the Presbyterian Church Session Rootn.
Plain and ExtelsioQ lop,
Please examine and test this Stove and
you will find it all we represent it to be.
For Economy in Fuel ;
For Durability ;
For Capacity in Baking, Boil
ing and Broiling;
For Simpliqity in Manage
For Cleanliness in Cooking ;
For great power of Heat in
Baking and Boiling, with
a very small Consumption
For Beauty of Design.
For Smoothness of Castings
and Elegance of Finish;
The "Cotton Plant"
ASHER PALMER, Columbia, S. C.,
Sole Agent for one half the State of S. C.
Jan 274 tf
Pocket Ctlery, al qwsliIe and prcs
Jan 6 1 1 .bEWR o
mer, ils,&c/Cea b
Ja.6 t. R cTEAT o
Sugar Cofe, c
J S oapceve, Sieltofablean
Ao,e ular a ll va id ltie em-an pries
Alo,st eevedy a fine lot ilet doul
aong equap, &c. Silve, by
Jan. 6 1 tf. R. STEWART & CO.
ASfrh and Beleg,Anlst ofiGus 1and
nowerFlas, &c. &C.,: by
Jan. 6 1 tt. R. STEWART & Co.
Aldsugripin offyGodee, n e
ceioved aotdi Coa Peper Sieaminer
Jan. 6 1 tf. ~R. STEWART & CO.
HUNT, OSapC. .
ShvngSalestonc, b.y C
Jan61t' ThosonAR & CO.,
G97t and aerstl.
ACfrton actor egan lotmiuS-an
HAln dectins esabise Dr Goodsein e
aceivelot re lyg forardi and ein
Jotand ther pRd.TWR CO
- CLbearlcdvesn S.d onCnin
Hnt, Thrhoson to ourfrens,
otree atrs wihnd Commis
e o we ave parearaeto to r-z
chasityfo ecevinGn, adwardgan lig
Cotand other9 produ99aer.t,.Y
* iera chadvaines ade on.ign"ts
.entsUi tof the ose orstoly frien ods
Porte edipinan pato ushe just eeit
of thre undesitned comissifoNr.
The Exercises of thil Institution will b(
resumed on Wednesday, the third of Feb.
ruary next, under the following
Rev. James D. Furn an, D. D., President
and Professor of Belles Lettres and Meta
C. H. Judson, Professor of Mathenatici
J. C. Faber, Professor of Latin Language
C. H. Toy, Professor of Greek Languag(
J. M. Hartis, Professor of Natural Phi
losophy and Chemistry.
Dr. Faber will also give instruction t(
private classes in Modern Languages.
TERMs, $c.-4s the successful prosecu
tion of the prescribed chnrses of study de
pends rather upon rclularly habits ant
maturity of mind, than upon the reading o
specified books, the en.culry will exer iu
their discretion in the reception of sucl
students as can appreciate university in
The Primary Depactment is now a sepa
rate and distinct school under Prof. J. B
Students not on scholarships, pay $35.0(
for tuition and incidental expenses, for ses
sion of 20 weeks.
Scholarship stud. nts receive free tuition
but pay $2 50 per session for iccidental ex
Boarding will cost from $15.00 to $18.0(
per month, all found.
Three year scholarships, conditionec
upon the payment of $30.00 annually, maj
be had on application to the Treasurer
Those who have given bonds will pleas4
make prompt payment of the fir-t instal
ment, either to the Treasurer or to one o
the authorized Agents.
C. H. JUDSON, Treasurer,
Jan 6 2mo. Greenville, S. V.
Buy the Best
We now have on hand the fol'.owing pop
ular styles of Ladies and Misses boop skirts
The De.:v Drop,
We enjoyveo hn the folowing pobepda
Faes vi o Spriteqait.prec,hp
fiih, Dflexbilitic durat comfort wit
byeeon on BMygthees. hesana
MA rHIAS BARRE & SON.
Sept. 23 39 tf.
L P. Wa R ISE R
Respectfully informs the citizens of Molb
hn and country generally, that he has o
hand at his store, a well selected stock<
goods, embracing all articles usually kej
in a country store, such as
Dry Goods, Groceries, Notions
From a neck ribbon to a hoop skirt for th
ladies, a paper collar to a pair of spurs' f<
gentlemen, a mackerel to a side of haeo:
and a jews harp to a tint cup or side of sol
leather, for everybody, all of which havn
no use for ex. ept for trade, and to keep cI
pot boiling. he will dispose of
At such priceS as will suit
the dear people.
Besides the above he has a large lot<
LEATER which will be bartered for hide;
or sold for cash. The highest price will t
paid for good dry Hides.
If you want cheap and good prticles es
immediately if not sooner, on
L P. W. RISER,
nov 4 45 tf Liberty Hall.
I bays been solicited by my friends frot
time to time to order stoves for them, and
would now say to all who desire one of tb
best COOK S rOYES, that I have made sa
isfactory arrangements with the manufacti
rres and can fi:l orders for all who may de
sire. D. MO WER.
Eor sale by D,M W .
Jan 13D.M W R
Some very heavy PLAID 06
for sale low by ~M W R
Jan. 27 4 tf.
Carolina National Bank
COL UMBIA, S. C2,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
L. D. CBrU.ps. President, JoEN PassToN, Ja
Dr. J. W. PANKEE, J. EDWARD HorE,
RICaRD O'NEAz.x, J. J. G. GrsamS.
(izo. W. SwEPSON, of N. C.
The Carolina National Bank of Colpmbi
makes loans on Collaterals, deals in slgl
and time Exchange, Gold and Silver Coii
and in Securities generally.
Deposits received in coin or currency an
paid in kind. -Deposits in coin may I
drawn on in currency and charged in col
at the current price of coin on the day <
presentation of check.
The Directors propose to increase the Cal
ital Stock of the Bank, FROM oNxEBUNDRE:
TO ONE BUNDRED ANiD FIFTY .THOUSAN:
DOLLARs. Persons wishing a safe and sua
investment, cau apply to the Presiden
Cashier, or one of the Directors. Sharet
8100. Dividend paid January 1st, 5 per o
on the business of the preceding six mnonth:
W. B. GULICK, Cashier.
Crubi, S. C Jan. 27 1809. 34
Stoves and Tinware.
A large and well selected assortment of
Cooking and other Stove-, always on hand
and for sale low for cash, by
W. T. Wrigh it,
Whose long experience in the Stove busi
ness enables him to sell a more complete
and better article for less money than can
be had by ordering.
why it will be to your interest to buy your
Stoves from him.
1. He devotes himself exclusively to the
Stove and Tin business, and is dependent
upon that for a support, and of course will
be very careful to see that his customers get
nothing but the best at the lowest price.
2. You can make a selection from a large
l assortment always in store.
3. If any part burns out or cracks or
breaks, you can have it either repaired or
replaced with new pieces at very small cost.
4. Every Stove is warranted to work well.
If it does not you have the privilege of re
turning it in ONE MONTH after purchase.
5. It is especially your interest to en
courage enterprise and industry in that class
of persons (practical mechanics) who are
an absolute necessity to every com
The same reasons apply with equal force to
The Old and Longest
Established Standard Manure.
RHODES' MANURE, in its peeparation,
is made equally adapted for forcing large
crops of Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Tobacco,
Potatoes, and other root crops.
The Manufacturing Departnent is con
ducted by Frederick Klett, ont of the most
skillful Chemists and Manufacturers in the
It is endorsed, approved, and recon
mended by hll of the most prominent
Chemists and Agriculturists in the Southern
St4tes. "It can be relied upon as uniforn
in quality," alway3 reliable, produetive of
large crops, and unexcelled by any in the
market, in the high percentage, of True
Price $37.50 cash, or $83 tCme, with
Factors acceptance, and 7 per cent interest
until 1st December, 1869.
ORCHILLA GUANO, "A A."-A fine BTd
Guano, rich in Phosphates and Alkaline
Saltsq. Price $35 ensh, or $40 time.
PERUVIAN GUANo, wairranated pure,
and always on haand. Furnished at market
Sprices for cash.
B. S. RHETT & SON, Agents,
-Dec.2 2 32mo. Charleston, S. C.
The Wando: Mining and Manufaeturing
Comapainy offers to the Planters and Faarmi
!ers of the southitheir Fertilizer, known as
Which the experie.:ce of the past season
las proved to lae one of the most valuable
in our mnasket. Ia has for its hase the ma
terials from the Phosphate Beds of the Coin.
pany on Ashley River, and is 'prepared at
their works at the
EAST END OF HASELSTREET,
in this city. In order to guaaranatee its uni
Sformuity and maaintaina its high standard, the
Cr(ompany has made arranageimnts with the
rdistingutishied Chemist, Dr. .0. U. SHEP
ARD, Jr.. who carefully analyzes all the
ammunoniacal atid other ma;teri:al purchased
,by thec Comapany, anid the prepared
bere being offered for stale. The Corn
pnisresolved to make ana artielp which
wilprove to be a Complete Manure, and
ggive cath-e satisfaction.
eFor terms, circulars, and other inform
WM. C. DUJKES & 0O., Agents,
NO. 1 SOUTH A'LANITIC WHAEF,
Charleston, S. C.
SJan. 13 2 3Smo.
WM. C. DUKES & CO.,
-Gen'I Commission Mechaos,
SSouth Atlantic Wharf, Charleston, 5. C.
[ Consignments of Cotton, Rice, &c., re
spectfully solicited, and liberal advr.naces
aade thereon. Jan. 13 2 3maos
EDWARD N. TURasTON. C. Rt. Hlor.m:~s.
TIIURSTON & HOL.MES,
ADJER'S NORTH WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Liberal cash advances made on consign
mends of Cotton and other produce.
sept 3') 6mn
New Orleans Molasses.
For sale by
Jan 13 - . MOWER.
W. G, GLENN,
GEO. C. ROBINSON,
a 26% Broad Street,
t Choice Family Groceries,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,a
~At the Lowest Cash iPrices,
- Dec. 2 49 6mnos.
While at the Newberry Depot lest week. a
.la lost her Shawl; it was a dark plaid, in
. d,1l)lue, black and white stripes. A reason
able reward will be.paid for its recovery if
lef at T HIS OFFICE.
And Shoe Store.
AORAMS, GRIFFIN & HARGROVE
Newberry C. II., S. C.
Have on hand a large and well selected
Boots, Shoes, Rubbers,
MENS' CILF, IP & TOIA
Also a fne assortment of
Youth's & Boys Boots,
A large and selected assortment of
LADIES' GLOVE KID,
GOAT. AND SERGE
B'ALMORALS AND GAITER.S,
In fact everything to be found in a
Boot and Shoe Store,
Boots and Shoes made to order.
DON'T FAIL TO CALL at the
oct 7 41
Baker & Confectioner,
Newberry, S. C.
Respectfully informs his many customern
and the prblic gcneral:y that his
New Fake Oven
is now completed, and by its convenient ar
rangemiert he can hake any and everything
in his line at the shortest possible nodel
Cakes, Pastry, &c.,
in satisfactory and handsome style. Partls
and Dinners furnished at shortest notice.,
Fresh bread, pies and cake on hand.
Meals served at any hour.
Fish, oysters and game can be had at aRl
Th1nkful for past favors he solicits a con.
tinuappe of the? Iiberal patr onage heretofore
Dec. 2 49 tf.
Importer and Dealer in
Fine Watches, Clocks
Jewelry, Silver and Plated
Ware, Spectacles, Eye Glasses,
Fancy Goods, &c.
No. 307 Eing Street,
CIIARLESTON, S. 0.
wATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELEY RE
PAIRED. - dmStly
Charleston, S. C.
BOARD PER DAY, $3.00.
A. BUTTERI1LD, Mrs.lI. L. BUT1fERID
lilY &MILLINERY GOOJs.
A. good stgeck of the above cont
stantly on hand, and for sale low
for cash, by D. MOWER,
Jan 13 tf'.
The SPRING1 SE>SION of this Institution
will be,gin Wednesday the 3d of February,
and continue 21 weeks.
Amnple provision has heeni made (pr ef..
ficient in,strucuion iin all Dep.4rients, in
eludintg Ancint and Moderii Languaegei,
Drawing and Painting, Solo-singing and
vocalization, Thorou.gb Base ano Harmony,
and Instrumental music.
For full particu!ars apply for catalogue
to Prof. C. H1. JUDSON,
Jan 6 2mo Greenville, S. C.
100 Tons Pure Peruviai
Guano, on the way from the
Peruvian Government Agent,
at New York.
We also expect to keep .a
good quantity of different
kinds of Fertilizers, at our
Ware-house, near the G. &
C- R. 1R. Depot.
MAYES & MARTIN.
Jan. 6 I tf.
Female High SchooL
RE. 11. CUTIS, LL D., Pirinl.
The ensuing session of this School wifl
commence on Wednesday, the 17th of
It is regaested that applications fop
admiisaion be made as soon~ as poss@le,
to D)r. Curtis, at the School ; answprs
i'ill be returned in. eqch . nst4nce and
armies thus applied for can be met by
Dr. Gurtis, at Golqmbia, on the 17th, so
as to reach I.,iestone on that afternoon.
Terms as heretofore, Board and Tui
Piano Lessons $25, etc., etc.
Jan 27 4 4
RESPONSIELE AGENTS WANTED,
To dispose of guarantees for the sale of Lmai.
ded and other valuable property in different
parts of the United States. Profits very
lib-ral, sales easily effected, and no loss of
time from other busmness.
Address J. T. MILLEE & Co.
hIox4, P.o. Port Deposit, Ed.
.Jn 074A1mn.' .