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Al f atchlng PaIl .
.Uwmh for cash I Every sen
sible tnt -holdsrit in high esteem,
It gjeanu to aequfl-e it, saWis
uefatory to seS it, deicious to
spe4ui .} c+ t;hi -very-hard easb
oauei.a the saeriflee of eve'r
coq j enjm it 3thatgf e
at, to-lite, is. t.he. dearest of al
thowiile4.or whib fools pay
dar.._..ferhaps.this bit Qt grbce
bial philosophy mablie considered
iseweat musty ;.but there never
waa tam when its enforcement
10ere n eeded t bsn now. The
i4t 'a first-rate biiiness man
intkisera of push -seem to be
th-Of-a man who never rests-a
commercial Nimrod who is aLuays
in the sadl1iip the ~spoils of
the cha at an Iloui, and never
allows himself any intermission
for efreshment. This is the sort
of m'reantile phenomenon tbat' is
pMehTcd as an exahuple of youth.
School-iesters talk of him to
Ok r Onjili as a model for imita
tion until the latter deKpiso kites
and geg-tops, and pine to try their
arithetm --ID a diamond-cnt-dia
mond contest with the lightning
tors of the "bank - notc
i." If a youngster fails to
eItat mouey-etting is the
chief end of man, he is stimulated
wifL-Ytie recital of the wonderful
success of some Cresus of the
day. "Look at Graball." my son,
.paterfamilias; "he's worth
. of b-yet he began with no
thing. Go thou and do likewise."
Tra,.Graball works and always
bee -worked harder than an Irish
hod-carrier; true, the more money
be-ankes the faster his anxieties
N&t#fy; -atrd the heavier his la
bors become; but" then, although
bi. w,alth is of no more real use
to"i'm than if it belonged to an
look wbat a commanding
't tives him in the man
. world! Bah! what is that
w6.b? Does it draw toward
jLut tbe sympathy or the affection
of3n.living soul! la it an equiv
,for.the-social enjoyments for
1ra fe of sordid pleasure has
s - hiin,-or for the pleasnre
i aO*.e derived f-om th
so-cIof the -ennoblmig tastes
and ices which he has neglec
0; -: , ivase ? 4 erily, no.
8ue cpea should be pointed out
e to. be. avoided; and
energ and persever
4neenspARafeted on s the main
,Jm.~aoLw orldly succes, due
~g~t'sdf ieiven to the faet
thaty ' no read
'value 4 jental
and p4 v i t the
.hn <an en ighteie'd 'philan
itbropist liki Pesbody, it is a bles
:sng totepossessor and to soci
,ety. In the hands of an' unprin
-eiled schemer, it :is generlifly a
.euwse to bo aKem.cok Sunday
- %s,asEdi Acazs.-The bane
,f agricultre inon half of the3
Repablican is the ide,a that a man
w ho owns four buodred apres is
probably four times, as i-ieh and
prospe~rous as: one who nwns and
g5pegaudredL-,As a general
pratace, Sonthern and. Weterni
farmers have depended on vlrun
dred acres plowed three :inches
4Ie for tbree thousand bushels
of corn 'wbn the same store could
il&'e ~Loen aa hered from fifty
-I.idai twed sir inches deep and(
A.erustyr old bacbeior safs that
j iiijw e was ealled Eve be
,~*lien she appeared, man'"
day of happiniess cae,te .a. close.
It is seidi..dheProfessorship
6thi. urthemouth Carolina tUi
*versty will be tendered to Judge
Poverty develops genius be
eaue it makeis Eard work a ne
:Ej.TEOF SOUTHI CAROLINA.
* WEWDsRat coUitTY.
By John F. Peterson, Probsite Judge
Wheres., Jas N Martin baa m:'de suit to
e grant hurn Letters of Administration,
of the Estate and efects of W. Thomas
* -- e r therefore to cite and admonIsh
~~j4sr-._ie kidred and creditors qf
n, o he and -appear before
ue.lu Court of Probate to be beld st
Jiv~f99w~' Pie.on tbe 31st dyof
bi'~~n th foie&ii, to show cause, if
- aybyaver,whyTde said -diifstrtion
e ytu this 17th dyo
* 1 T. PE rER ON, -?. I-N. xc
This ple'en'ly located .MOTEL unner
stdb aay lHoa4e in the South for comn
fert aud healsby lpealiy,p~i open to Tray
etes and otFirs seing BOA RD for .the
Summer. Failiies-can be accommodated
with nice, airy room~s on reasonable terms,
**A call is solicited."
Muy19 20(f - WN. A WRIGHT.
Naerly six unatet:Pages of the Chioest
gietepeople ant opportn
gttE-- *esfed -with
tiuu ., 'NtE A MONTH,'
*r l'-sa 'six num
besof thia year..foa4ta..cenlts. Each numUr
b~'~qf'QM.a Non .!cOlis,9& d~ace
he g, is $2.a;.cor.;Its
~p,sIhcalbiau5 s noe xel.
- 8~-s,'AanG yise- witt:getits
abaset containh a aoeice
80 Si 8117besnut St)hila.
'I WITH A
The most beautiful Cooking
do all kinds of Cooking with as
store hag. It is very heavy anc
LEADER, I keep co?tstantly on
opera.te well. Out of the mnan;
i4e Trin Business is still car
Men-Womn-and h ildren
Soothing to al p is fal wsid, &c."'
" teaJiig to al1 .sores, U:cers, Jo."
f,ostll's Hutk9horn SalYf
1s the most extraordinary SA.VE ever knobwl
Its power of soothingr and Healing for a
Cts, Burm.B ui-s s,"res, Ulers, Chappe
&c., &g.,-ls withrur a pnurulil One per
-me WenSe of it, 'I wui,I pot he without
Box in y.Hou.se,ir itcost 35.00, or I ha
eu travel all-the wiar to New York for it."
(.f. T Evening New's, Sept. 5 J
.All D?uggists in New berry. sell it.
. , ARE HIS3
BtterSweet and Orange Blossom!
SOne Bottle, f1.00 -Three for $2.00.'
"C.tar's" Rat, lesail, &t., heltrminators
"Cestan~'" Bd Bg Eiterminators.
"Cotan"s (only p)ure) Insect Powde
"Only InfallHble Remedies known."
"2,000 Bxsan Fasks m anufaturd daily,
" ! !-! Beware ! ! ! of spurious naaitations."
"All Druggists at Newberry C. H., sell them
"COSTRa, 10 Crosby St., N. Y:,
Or, JOH N F. HENRY, (Successor t0
DEMAs BARNEs & Co , 21 Pai
I?ow, N. Y.
Sold at.NEWBER RY C. H.
-April28-17 cf. -
Gnavliar)a, Trustees, Committees, Recei1
est.,.ala'q Administrators and Executor:
mst make their annual reteirn to thsis office
On or before the first day of June nsext
Rules will be issed against all defaulteri
- JOHN T. PETERSON,
April 14 15 12t Ne4rry County.
I' fs tidersigned have formed a partnet
ship for the-practice of Law in the Stat
Courts and the United1 Stateq Courts, fo
the District of South Carolina. Officea
t.J.AMES M. BAXTER,
.4 ril 7 14 t.S L AS JOHNSTONE.
W. G. GLENN,
GEO. C. ROBINSON~
2O% Broad Street,
Choice Family GrocerieS,
Of Every Description
.CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
.1acitdng .Sacon, Flour, Coffee,
Sug,.Salt, P,tatoes, Salt Fish,&c
At the~ Lowest Cash Prices
De. 2 49 6mnos.
'ER. C 8|
ND WITEOUT EXTEN
Str o nmre.Wl aea
htte fel s ay so'v inus.Ith
durnble an i no4olalet1 re
hada-e asoteto te a
- toer haesl,nt n om
riedon i it varousbranhes ana
DR. H BAER
(Successor to E. II'ELE '9&C.
lie lr~ Asa en t f clr.ea
D M. H.LEXNDE,reset
H. B.so t . I HYE KieLreISent.)
W- oleS. .ALENandRcetay.
yrggme ist, 6,tl<
Carlia(ecl, o. Caa.tc.
i aNd 9tat BofNwY, wthrk
mo- hndul h amun of Ii i
10 0 ..........-.----------.... i408 ,180
RelEtaei th iyo e ok
unnu brd . .............102520
Unite 2ttsScrte ......... 78782
Ne-Yr ,Sae n'- t Bod ......9,6
Deere Semii-A tnual and QuarEter -o ~
P e dr i............------------------ .,0 0e0
Awedt the fiturter f 1869.....800,000.0
G ro AetsMarch81, C89........t,a 1,7 St 02.
Nety prdSetvalue ore amorkt requre
to afe n reinureal the outand
-,i. .phie.o. he". . iey..... , 0,00.00
Aonl' Erae inther Ciaton ofNe o
then8cimery..............-.... ...- .. 1,0725206
.Bur an................. .------.. ... 8 41. 40
N'eus cor of coletin.1868 511.988
Amount Assuereds in. 18.8........---..l81.825
W .est r~.v.F..NA.NCE.A.'ts
A~ o hefii qarewberr C. H.~
Siwg olice recflyyt theitizene,75that0.0
h njut r<c--ivedoahery blgatieon of seet
ed itocr of rine P' s . o~usia in rt of98
Shring, atsi 1Nsor de &t n
ALSO,j ra fiue as armn orgs, tog el eet
wih a Ofsplni IZck ofri,t Liors,~ ra'd
SWrings, Gi, hies, um, taroLina Bitnts.
My Sock as ortee . adaIe ant allekery
Bots dsand cSom aers, a ll s. ridles &ce
-whoa an thlt.i,t cu.e . to ometru;ars,
whandset sni teck o Limqesaurtst. I cra n~
sell. *M. P. ALBRtIT'ON,
quick, boil as fast, broil as nice, and
s many advantages which no orhe
e as many stores are. Besides the
terns, all of which are warranted to
miowledge has failed to give entire
I woric will be done at short notice.
W. T. WRIGHT.
LIFE INSURANCE !!!
Piedmont Life Insurance
Company of Virginia.
The Subscriher is Ager t for the State of South
Carolina for one of the best, and most reliable
Life Insurance companies in the worl d. For the
FRST Sixteen Months of its busineas. it had e
cured about Two lBoUsAND r'oi.;ents. and had
receiv d an Incoime ot'a bout I saaz H UNDRaED
and SIXTY rHOUQAND D..LLAICA
It is a VIR UINIA CO)MPA N Y ; and as an evi
dence of its high stat:ding at home, where it is
best known. a large portion of its business is
done i .that staate It his invarisbly paid all
of its l'.swes AT ONtcE, WaiVing the NINETY
DAYTs' NorICE, as allowed by the terms of the
Gen'. N- G. EVANS wns Insured in TaIS Cox
PA?Y. and immediately after hiM death. I had
the pleasure of presentin. ti, his :.ffl.cted family,
the am-subt of his l'oiicy -85, ' 0.
. ISAAC BR ANCH, M.D ,
J. J1 WAnm.AW, M. D)., Medical Examine:
W e reler with oon5dene to the following~ per.
5o,s who have Insured in the Piedmont t
n1ev. J1 P. P'resly, Dl, D.-600u; Rev. Ri. C
G ier,t n D --88000: Rev. W. R. Hempi1
82000; Rev. J. N. Young-S2> 0; Rev. II. T'.
Slan-S5'O"; Rev D. . Tnrtier. D. D, -S1,
eve"; 1evy'J. I Bonner-S5 00; Dr. G. w
Pressly - 66000; Dr. J. W. Bearst-490't': W.
D. Mars-85000; Rev. J C. Williams-6200t;
J. D Chalmners-420 o: B. P,'reel-Ss) ; Dr
F F Garey-660 0; R. A. Fair-P8 03'; Prof.
J.P. Kennedy-S1001: Prof. J. F. Lee-$2000;
Gen. S .M1. Gewan-10,O(0; J. McGowan-41'..
00': H on. W. D. Simpson-SIO,') 0; Dr. Barkedale
-S13,0.O; Mr. Sullivan-$5000; and at least 90
others. under the immediate supervision of Dr.
BrncHOMAS S. MOORMAN, Agent.
Dr. G. W. G ARHMA Y. lied. Examiner.
Newberry, C. H , Feb. 14, 1869. tf
~~THE GREAT Cause
BIuman M ise ry.
Just published in a Sealed Enwelope.
Price six ent:
A Lecture on the Nature. Treatment and
Rdical Cure of Seminal Weakness. or Spern
maorrhcea, induced by Self-Abuse; invol
untary Emiss.ions. Impotency, Nervous De,
hiity. and Impediments to Marriage gene
rally; Cons.umption, Epilepsy, and Fits;
Mental and Physical Incapacity,. .te -By
ROB. J CU2LVERWELL, M. D , Author of
Green Book," &c.
The world renowned author, in this ad
irable Lecture, clenry proves from his own
experience that the awful consequences of
SelfA buse may be effectually removed with
ot medicine, and- without dangerous tur
gical operations, bougies, instruments, rings.I
or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at
one certain and effectual, by which every
sufferer, no matter what his condition may
be. ma, care himself cheaply, privatsly and
radically. rhis lecture will prove a both to
thousands .snd tbonsands.
Sent under seal, in a ptln envelope, to
any address, on receipt of six cents, -or two
postage stamps, by address[ig -the publishe
Also. DSR. CULVERWELL'S "Marriage
Guid," price 25 cents.
Address the Publishers,
CH AS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, N. Y., Pos4 Office Box 4,586.
P. P. TOALE,
Charleston, $. O., Manufactuirer of
Doors, Sash, Blinds.
Norn-We would cal[ the~ partienlar at
tention of our frienAde to the above card.
P. P. Toale has a large Factory, and such
facilities as cenable him to supply the best
work of his own make at low prices. A
very large and complete assortment always
on handl at his~ Factory. IIORLBECK'S
WHARF, NEAR NORTH EASTERN RAIL
ROA D DEPOT, CHARBESTON, S. C.
N B-Orders from the country solicited,
atid 7arict 'itention paid to shi>pping 'in
.. o .. rd..r. Ap,wil 'e '09 tly
South Carolina R. R. Company,
G SERALSUPERIN IENDENT'SOFFICE,
A PRIL 9, 1869.
ON- AND AFTER SUNDAY, 11TH in
tant, the following Schedule for PAS
SENGER TRAINS, will be observed:
DAY PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaving Columbia at..............7 45 a. m.
erriving at Columbia at.................6 10 p. m.
NIGH T EXPRas TRAIN.
Leaving Co'umbia at ........................5 20 p m.
Arriving at Columbia at..................... 4.45 a. an.
Will run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Satur.
Arriving in Columbia at ...................11.01 a. m.
Leaving Columbia at........................> 21 p. m.
The Train now running between Columbia
and Kingsville, in connection with the Through
Mail rraan, will be taken of on Sunday, April
April 14 General Superintendent
Baker & Confectioner,
Newberry, 8. C.
Respectfully informs his many customers
and u. , that his
New Bake Oven
now completed, and by it convenient ar
ra)gemert he can bake any and everything
in his line at the shortest possible notice,
Cakes, Pastry, &c.,
in satisfactory and handsome style. Parties
and Dinners furnished at shortest notice.
Fresh bread. pies and cake on hand.
deals served at any hour.
Fish, oysters and game can be had at all
Thitnkful for past favors he solicits a con
tinuance of the liberal patronage heretofore
Dec. 2 49 tf.
UFN. H H. KINARD,
Wiil take Dowers, draw Deeds and
dee 16 51
Buy the Best!
We now have on band the following pop
lar styles of Ladies and Misses hoop skirts:
Fhe Dew Drop,
Reception Demi Quaker,
. Grecian La Parne.
rhe Duplex Elliptie is a treat favorite with
the ladies, and is universally receommended
by the Fashion Magazines as the standard.s
skirt of the fashionable world.
To enjoy the following inestimable advan
tages, viz: Superior quaility, perfect shape.
fnish. flexibility, durability, comfort and
economy. Buy the best.
hi A ['BIAS BARRE & SON.
Sept. 23 39 Lt.
S. 0. RAILROAD.
GE?ERAL SUEEtINTENDEN~T'S O3FFICE.1
CaaLesrott. February 18 1869.
O N and after SUNDAY, FEBRUA RY 14.
the .Passenger Trains of the South Car
yoina Railroad, willI run as follows:
Leave Charnleston............830 A M
Arrive at Augusta............5.10 P M
onnecting with TraIns for Montgome y,
Memphis. Nashville and New Orleans, via
Mongomery and Grand Junction.
Leave Charleston............8 30 A M!
Arrive at Columbia............5 45 P M
C nnecting with Wilmington and Manches
ten Railroad. Charlette and South Carolhna
Eailroad, and Camden Train
eave Augasra ...............800 A M4
Arrive at Charleston.......... 500 P M
eave Colum bia.............7.45 A M
Arrive at Charle<ton......... ....5. P M4
AUGUSTA NIGIIT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.............7.30 P M4
Arrive at Augusta ............ 6.30OA M
onnecting with Trains for Memphis, Nashe
ille and Nev: Orleans, via Grand Jutne,
eave Augusta................4.10 P M
Arrive at Charleston..... .. -.....4. A 14
COLUMBIA NIGH T EXRESS.
eave Charleston..,............ 605 P M4
Arrive at Columbia.............4.45 A 14
onnecting. Sundays excepted, with Green,
ille and Columbia Railroad. P
Lave Columbia...............530 P M4 -
Arrive at Charleston.......... 530 A 14
SUM MERVILLE TRAIN.
Lave Charlest.u ---............3 00 P M4
rrive at Summerville.........420 P 14
avre Sumnmerville............7.10 A M4
rrive at Charleston..........8.25 A 14
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Lave King,ville ............. 420 P 14
rrive at Camden.,.......... 7.00 P 14
Lave Camden........ ......-6.35 A 14
rrive at Kiugsville...... ....9.20 A M4
(Signed,) H. T. PEAKE,,
Feb. 24 8 General uperin tendent.
reenville & Columbia R. R.
ON and after . SATURDAY, the 6th.
intant, Passenger Trains will run daily, pm
Sndays excepted, connecting with Night p1
rains on South C-trolina and Charlotte and N<
oth Carolina Railroards, as follows:-n
Lave Columbiaat............7.00 a.rm' St
'' Al-ton at.............8556"
"New benry at...........10 35 " Of
trrive at A bbeville at........3 30p.."
"at Anderson at.........5.15 p." I o
"ar Greenville at........6.00 "
eave Greenville at...........600 a. mn.
"Anderson at........... 6 45 " 2
" Abb,eville at...........845"
" Newberry at.......... 1.25 p. m.
4 Alston at.... ..........300 "
rrive at Columbia at.........5.00 " at
Train- on the Blue Ridge Railroad will to
'le'e m. damily, Sundays excepted. $2
cave A uerson at............520 p. m. b
" Pendleton at............620 " be
rrive at Walhalla at........ .800 " Hle
.ave WaThalla at............4 00 a. m- ett
"Pendieron at............ .5 40 * h
rrive at Anderson at........640 "
'he train will return from Belton to An
deronm on Monday and Friday mornings. Ot"
JMES. 0. MEREDITH, Supt B
Bar and Billiard Room. Fi~
ainst , Newberry, nearly op. the Court Houseth
Smith & Christian, Proprietors. (M
WFor1sal byD MOiWER.
Fisk's MetlIic Burial Cases
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly o1
land a full assortmcnt of the above approve
ases, of different patterns, besides coffin
>t his own make, all of which he is preparei
:o furnish at very reasonable rates, wit]
)romptness and despatch.
Per-on, desirous of having cases sent b'
ailroad will have them sent free of charge
A Hearse is always on hand and will bi
'trnished at the rate of 10u per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sub
criher respectf'ully a-ks for a continuatiot
)f the same, and assures the public tha
to effort on his part will be spared to rende
he utmost satisfaction. .
- A. C. CHAPMAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
S h & Blind3,
The subscriber takes pleasure in,announc
n; to thi< community that, having mad4
1il necessary arrangements, he will be abl
sash with and withoul
Glass, and Blinds,
it Very Moderate Rates!
For Cash !
ANIREW C. CHAPMAN,
Oct.7 41 tf. Newberry C. H., .'
BOWIE & MOISE,
roprietors & 1ibolesale. Drggists,
Charleston, S. C.
Dec. 23 52 ly.
P. P. Forreston,
Jobber and dealer in
ERMAN, FRENCH, ENGUSH AND
rosiery, Trimmings and Fancy
Goods, Mutical Instruments,
iso Fashionable Emporium of -Designs for
tamping, Braiding & Embroidery
Constantly on hand a large and well
assorted stock of
raids, French Embroidery, Cot
ton and Linen and Silk Floss,
No. 621 KING 8T., CHIARLESTO1N, 8. C.
Dec 2 49 ti
Impor er an Dealer in
'ine Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Silver and Plated
Ware, Spectacles, Eye Glasses,
Fancy Goods, &c.
No. 307 King Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELEY RE
IRED. dec 21y
C HAiN S C.
Notice is hereby given, that at the ex
ration of three months from this date, ap
cation will he made to the Washington &
w Orleans Telegraph Company, for re
wal of Certificate of TWO Shares o
ack, in said Gompany, held in the name
B. D. Boyd, dated 2Zd March; 1850, and
mbered 649,-the original h;'ving been
t or mislaid.
Ea,ch 31 13 lamno3mo*
nd ORPHAN BOY.
This fine Th.orouzghbred Horse will stand
his stable and serve at $20 the season,
be paid 1st June-; if not paid until fall,
5 will be required. 2nd Orphan Boy is a
mitiful blood bay, without white, fine form,
it eyes and limbs, nearly 16 hands high.
was sired by Orphan Boy, he by Thick
v, he by Col. Hampton's Childe Harold,
by imported Sove.reign.
Cr~'pa Boy's damn by in:ported Monarch
Sof Amelia, (who received the $'20 cup
the State Agricultural Society,) she by
sirs, he by American Eclipse, he by
roc imported Diomed, her daan by Prize
rhter, he by imported Expedition out of
epha by imported Messenger ; so that
is deairouis of raising the best horses
Ssee that lhe incorporates all the best
d of England and Amerid1l
rhicketty's dam was by A rgyle onu- of
lihby- Crusider, he by Sir. Efthy.
W M. SUTMMER,.4g't,
a .n i! 15 itr. Poinarii a 0.
LIII INSURANCB 0OINA :,
OF NEW YORK.
INCORPORATED, - - - - - 134.
CASH ASSETS OVER THIRTY-MIL.
C LIONS OF DOLLARS.
Cash Income, 1867, over TEN MH4IQ10
Dividends to Policy HlIs,U1u
New Policies issued In 188, 194,.
The Company is PURELY MUTUALk.
dividends to stockholders. The ea i
fits are-returned to the assured,
;Policies to become SELF-SUSTAIN '
thirteen years, or to double in twepty.
Interest received from Investmess, 1M,
Excess of INTERESTRECEIF& ALONE,.
over losses, about $400,000.
Real Estate, Bonds and Mortgages on Real
Estate, In the City of New Yok, o, .f
ENTEEN MILLIONS of dollars.
It is the richest Companyin- tswedl.
Its policies are nondtorfitable, Its drN
dends are the largest.
Applications for Columbia, andtpa
ern portion of South Carolina, re
GREGG, PALMER & c .,
BEsoU I. Jous, Agent at
Jaws MclrrI..D*. Medieal EmM
Feb. 10 6 1y.
I have removed to the Kingsmore Gel
lery (over Mayes & Martin's Store) *
has.undergone thorough repaira. I bate
plenty of room with an excellent sky.
light. Come one-come all, and see bow
things work in this commodious galiiry.
Also, a good lot of albums at estreme
ly low prices.
All kinds of work done in the line et
I have all of Wren & Wheeler's N
tives that were taken at this place.
We charge nothing for looking,
not much for a picture.
W. H. WISEUA,
Dec. 28 52 tf.
Z. L. WBII
Of all kinds of FIREARMs, LA ;'.
HAs on hand Pistols and Gabe .e' aD ap.
proved makes. Ammunition, such as Car.
tridges, Caps, Powder and Shot.
Shot Ponches, Flasks, Bag, and ewey
other kind of Sporting Apparates.-RaBMI=
many other articles of various- csaracters
All kinds of REPAIRING neatly aq~d ax
p ditionslv executed, and at low vateq
In addition to the above, I am prepared
to fill orders for all kinds of* vehick.,geneb
of the celebrpted manufaeture el0 CSK,
w ere Stiles Hurd, formerly of this plee.,
procured his stock. All ordery iroptly
A pril 15 16 tf.
Purifies the 3NoeL
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HOUS, SIG AND MECailH ?1pIB,
Glazier and Paper Eaa ,
Newberryc. H.,&8aC, '&
Begs to inform the citizens of this em.'
muanity that be i.now fairly started in bes
ness and prepared to execute all orders wie
neatness- and punctuality, an~dmadese
rates. To be found at Louis-Sho4mr's 5as
taurant, Newberry C. H. "Musb3
CHA RLESTON, SOUTH CABOLJ
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECV tT
informs his friends and the publi e~el
that he has taken charge of this well knows
and popular FIRST CLASS HOTEL, and
bopes that by strict attention to merit a
full share of the publicearoae
The Celebrated AR I'N - TEE
BATHS, hot, cold and showuisia had
at all hours.
COACHES, with attentive- are~
always in readiness to CONVEY P3N
GERS to and from the different Rail.ioeds
E. H. JAGIDON.
Charleston, 8S. O'
BOARD PER DATYa*3.00.
MRS. H. L. EU
ASA BUTTE N
Wolfe's SchiedaIn. Schnappa,.
Bottled Wines and Liquora,
A supoly of these justly celebrated gee
for medicinal and private use, just receivet
by the undersigned Agents fet berry.
SMITH &CH LAN.
Jan 27 1y
Varnish, Lamp, and ge,
troleuya Oil,8toues -
Patent Thief Petedi*g4Mot.
ey -Drawers. 3. .
Parker's "Furniture UTi.
62 QUJEEN STREET, CHRJggs.
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