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IA& -New Kbte.Ao China-The First
The Salt Lake Reporter, pub
lished in Corinne, says:
Three gentlemen from London,
on" their way for Hot g Kong,
stopped in town night beforc last.
To China and Japan the Pacifie
railroad offers a route from Lon
don ten or twelve day shorter
than any other, and affords the
traveler the pleasure of passing the
continent t- the United States in
review from Boston or New York
to San Francisco. Think of it as
a pleasure trip ; thirty-five hun
dred miles over every variety of
scenery in the world, from the
highly-eultivated slopes and valleys
'of Massachusetts to the gloomy
.gorgres of the Rocky Mountains.
the cloud-compelling peaks of \be
same, the Dead Sea, the Missisisppi
prairies, the Great American De
sert and the American Andes
thrown in as side-shows! With
the completion and equipment of
the road, the trip will be very
agreeable, personally-what with
g od eating - houses and hotels,
ug tberoads and silver-mounted
A SEVERE HIT.-A contemporary
relates that a lady who advocated
dancing said to an aged minister
oMnother denomination: "Well.
Mr. N -, with all your ob
jeetions to dancing, you will be
to admit that it is not
half so bad as to be in another
room, at an evening party, drink
ing or playing cards, or perhaps
, ndering one's neighbors." Mr.
--- replied: "I candidly con
fess, as you say, that it is not
half a bad as either of these, and
ittbe cnembers of your church are
obligea to drink, gamble, slander
their t,eighljrs,or dance, I say by
all means, dnee-or, which is
better, Zt.i at-home. As for our
church, we are not obliged to do
The McConinellsville (Ohio)
"osd relates the following court
scene: 'At the last tern of ou
Court of Common Pleas, in the
ease 'of Miss -vs.-, an im
peaching witness was called, and
a d the usual question, 'Do you
.4be reputation of M1r.
for'ruth and veracity in the
i0ighborhood where he risides ?'
'Wrell' said. the witness, 'his repu
tation for truth is very good, but
his re!Utation fer-veraeity is con
talked about.' 'What
id~eah1 by veracity ?' said
the cross-examining attorney.
'Why,! mean he's bad after the
"K~1great many valuable letters
and other writings are in. pencil.
The folk>wing simple process will
mdeld-pencil writing or draw
p_g.asJiidelible as if .done with
inky Lay the writing in a shal
lailndlef and pour skimmed milk
wpgdjt. Any spots not wet at
first ir have the milk placed up
on them lightly with a feather,
t di( It up :..2 : et the milk drain
o~ Tipe off with the feather the
4 pswhich coleet on the lower
edge. Dry it carefully, and it will
be found perfectly indelible. It
eannot be renmdved even with bidi
There is a girl in Schuyler
county, Mo., who "one night last
summer attended a ball, danced
all night, went home in the morn
i.ng, got breakfast, dinr.er and
sjpjr, for ten harvest hands,
did a two weeks' wasbing and the
milking, made a calico dress, prae
ticed her music lessons, wvent
blackberrying, gathered a gallon,
wake~d to town in the evening to
zittendi a. concert, and walked
boine *again before bed-time."
Who sai-s that woman is not en
titld to the ballot ?
.A eoored firm having suffered
some pecuniary embarrassments
elosed business, and the senior
member .gave to the public the
following note :
"De disholution of co-parsips
heretofore resitting twixt me and
Mye i oes in de barber pro
tekene am heretofore resolved.
Possuns who oes must pay. de
serm&. Dem [what de' frm oes
must call on Jones, as de firm is
28kiuing, Chamapooing, &c.
.Looie -But ler, barber, hair dresser, &c.. re
stpectfully bega leave to inform the Ladies
andGentleme~n of Newberry, that he is sup
pIidd -with all necessary appliances to prac
ticer thie A rt Tonsorial satisfactorily to all.
Ladies wishing their hair champooed, &c.,
wi(be waited npon at their homes. He
announces to Lhe gentlemen that he has
?R.d upa shower bath and a plunge bath.
Shop rear of Newberry HoteL.
June 9 22
In the- District Court of the
.uNITED STATES, for South Carolina.
JIIy term In the matter of Thomas Whit
mire,of Newberry County-Bankrupt. Pe
tion for full and final discharge in Banik
Ai*rdthat a hearing be had on the
10th day of August, A. D. 1869, at Feder
al-Genes House, in Creenville, S. C., and
that altrVreditors, &c., of said Bankrupt,
appest at said t'ene and place, and show
iaause,fXany they. can, why the prayer of
the Petitioner should not be granted And
text-the 2nd and 3d meeting of Creditors of
said Batnkrupt aill be held at the Office of
C. J. Jaeger, Esq., Register of 3d Congres
SiOnal-District,. S. C., on the 5th day of Au
gust,. 1869, at, 12 MI.
By order of the Court, the 8th day of
Clerk D:st. Court U. S.,
July 1 27 3i For South Carolina.
IiEiRE IN THE
LIFE INSURANCE COMPAN1
ALEX. WHILLDIN, President.
UEO. NUGENT. Vice-Fresident.
JOHN S. WILSON, Secretary.
JOHN C. SIMMS, Actuary
Assets, - - $2,500,000.
Annual Income, 1,000,000.
The American-Is now one of the Oldes
Compa.:ies in the United States, Chartere<
The American-IIaQ ?f0 of Assets foi
every sli of Liabilities.
The Amet ican-Never lost a dollar of in
The American-Issues policies on ALL de
The American-Makes ALL policies non-for
The American-Pays Life Policies to the
insured at the age of eighty years.
The American-Has no unnecessary restric
tious on travel and residence.
The American-Declares dividends annual
lv at the end of the first year.
The American-Pays all losses promptly.
Has all the tables of rates for Life, En
dowment, Income Producing, Return Pre
mium, Premium Reducing, Children's En
dowment Policies, and grants Annuities ot
most favora'-le terms. Its rates are low
It has both the mutual and stock plans.
CALDWELL& BRENIZER, Gen'i Agent:
North and South Carolina. Office Firs
National Bank building, Charlotte, N. C.
Ex. Gov. Vance, Charlotte, N. C.
Gen. Jno. A. Young, " "
Gen. Alexander, Columbia, S. C.
Col. Jas. Gibbs, ."
" L D. Childs, "
J NEWTON FOWLES, Agent,
Newberty, S. C.
g' Aents Wanted. Liberal arrange
mncents aiil be made with men who NEA:
BcstNEsS. June 9 22 ly.
CITIZEN'S SAVINGS' BANE
N ewberry Brancb
Office on Pratt Street.
Geul WADE HAMPTON, President.
J IL, PALMER, Vice,President.
Tbonas E. GREGG, Cashier.
G T. SCOT i', Assistant Cashier.
FAIR, POPE & POPE, Solicitors.!
JOlIN T. PETERSON,
EMAkNUEL S. COPPOCK,
RUEBEN S. CHICK.
Interests on Deposits at th<
Rate of 6 Per Cent., Per
Frcm 9 a. m., to 5 p.m.
([Extract from By-La les.]
"Deposits may be made by any mninoi
over the age of twelve years, either with o1
without a guardian, and by marrned womer
in their own names. s.ums of $1 and up
ward will be receive~d, but no Interest shal
be paid on the fractional parts of $1, nor ot
any sum where the whole deposit is less thai
$5, nor for the frac.ional part of.a month.'
W il be ready for Business .May 1st
May 5 18 6m.
Thomas S. Moorman
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
IIas resumed the practice of the Law a
this place, and en,n be fouund for the presen
at the Store of' R. Moormuan & Co.
Weer & Wilson Manufae.
Is enabled to select the~ most perfec
those whot may want, at the mtanufac
turer's price, free of commis-sions to the
purchaser. Any orders sent througi
Silas Johnstone & Wmn. F. Nance, wil
receive prompt attention.
Newberry, 8. C.
-Respectfully iformis his many customer
and the prblic generally that his
New Bake Oven
now completed, and by its convenient at
rangemer t he can bake any and everythii
in his line at the shortest possible notice
Cakes, Pastry, &c., -
in satisfactory and handsome style. Partie
and Dinners furnished at shortest notice.
Fresh bread, pies and cake on hand
y'eals served at any hour.
Fish, oysters and game can be had at al
Thnkful for past favors he solicits a con
tinuance of the liberal patronage heretofor<
Dec. 2 49 tf.
T. P. Forreston
Jobber and dealer in
GERMAN, FRENCH, ENGUSH ANI
Hosiery, Trimmings and Faney
Goods, Musical Instruments,
Also Fashionable Emporium of Designs fo
Stamping, Braiding & EmbrIdera
Constantly on hand a large and well
assorted stock of
Braids, French EmTbroidery, Cot
ton and Linen and Silk Floss,
LIFE IN A PILL BOX.
Ex.'RAORDINAICY EFFECTS FROM
ONE PILL IN A DOSE.
ONE PILL IN A DOSE.
ONE PILL IN A DOSE.
- I -
STHAT one hundred letters a day say
frum patients all over the inhabitable
"Dr. Mageiel, your Pill has rid me of all
No more noxious doses for me in five ot
ten Pills taken at one time. One of yout
Pill., cured me."
"Thanks. Doctor. My headache has lcti
me. Send another box to keep in the
"After suffering torture from the billions
cholic, two of your Pills cured me, and I
have no ifturn of the maladv."
"Our doctors treated me for Chronic Con,
stipation, as they called it, and at last said
I was incurable. Your Maggiel's cured
"I had no appetite; Maggiel's Pills gave
me a hearty one."
'"Your Pills are marvelous."
'' send for another box, and keep them in
"Dr. Maggiel has cured my headache
that was chronic."
"I gave baIr one of your Pills to my babe
for cholera morbus. The dear young thing
got well in a day.
"My nausea of a morning is now cured.'
It'Your Box of Maggiel's Pills cured me of
noises in the head. I rubbed some Salve
behind my ears and the noise left me."
"Send me two boxes-I want one for a
"I enclose a dollar-your price is twenty
five cents, but the medicine to me is worth a
"Send me five boxes of your Pills."
"Let me have tbree boxes of your Salve
and Pills, by return mail."
For all diseases of the Kidneys, Re
tention of Urine, &c.,
Are a perfect cure. One will satisfy any one
For female diseased, Nervous Prostration
weakness, General Lassitude and Want o
Appetite. Maggiel's Pills will be found at
MAGGIEL'S PILLS and SALVE
Are most universal in their effects, and a
cure can be almost guaranteed.
Each Box contains twelve Pills
one Pill in a Dose.
Andress all orders to
JOHN F. HENRY,
Successor to DEMAS, BARNEs & Co..
8 College Place, New York.
C. F. HERBERT & CO.,
Proprietors of the
1AGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE
r. O. Box, 5272.
June 16 23:tf.
J. N. ROBSON,
Nts. 1 & 2, Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Having ample means for advances, a bus
iness experience of twer.ty years, anid con
flting himself strictly to a Comnmissiot
Business, withotit operating on his own ac
count, respectfully solicits conisignments o
Cotton, Flour, Wheat, Corn, &c.
Shippers of Produce to himt:nay, at theii
option, have their cotnsignments s,ld eithei
in Charleston or Newv York ; thtus having
the advatage of two markets, w'thout cx.
Bishop W. M1. 'Sightmani, S. C; Col
Win. Johinsoni, Chtarlotte N. C; Rev. T. (.
Somtmers, Tenn.; lion. John P. King, Au
gusta, Ga. ; Messrs. Geo. W. Williams &
Co., Chatrleston, S. C. ; Messrs. Williaiim
Taylor & Co., New York.
A pril 28 17 1y.*
1lIE Advertiser, having been restored ti
Ihealth in a few weeks~, by a very sita
pIe remedy, after having suffered severa
years with a severe lung affection, arid tha
dread disease, C ansumption--is anxious tc
make kinown to his fellow sufferers, th~
m ueans of cute.
To all whbo desire it, he will send a cop.1
of the prescription used (free of charge)
with the directions for preparing and usinj
the same, which they will find a sure cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis. etc
The object of the Adyerriser in sending the
Preser.ption is to benefit the afflicted, ant
spread iai'ormation which he conceives to be
invaluable; and he hopes every sufferer wil
try b:s remedy, as it will cost them nothing
and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the Prescription, will
'REV. EDWARD A. WrLSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., N.-Y.
June 2 21 ly.
A gentleman who suffered for years fron
Ner vous Debility, Premature Decay
and all the effects of yonthful indiscretion
will, for the sake of suffering humanity
send free to all who need it. the receipt an
ditections for making the simple remedy b2
which he was cured. Sufferers wishing ti
ptofit by the Advertiser's experience, can d4
Sby addressing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN,
June 2 21 1y. No. 42 Cedar,st ., N. TY.
LIF[ lRSUANCE COMAIl
AS DE TERMtINED TO ESTABLISH J
ILBranch Offiee in South Carolina,whl
will ,give us the benefits of an entirely Horn
Cornpatty, by in vesting in the State, all the
funds received in it. In fact it is bette:
than a new company, because the Piedmnon
is a success al ready establisbed, with amplh
capital and assets.
This Company has insured some Fout
Hundred persons itn Edgefield, near Tw<
Hundred in Abbeville, a good many ii
other countties, and about Thirty in New
berry. It is the duty of every person o
famaily- to insure in behalf of that family a
ONCE. It takes much less than you thinl
to insure. Don't wait till Fall, but take oul
Ias large a Policy as you can now, and in
crease itwhen you get able. You may die
this coming sickly season, atnd in that even
a small Policy would do your family muecl
good, and it is your duty to make the bes
provision you can for them, no matter hoa
Comte, take a Policy in this Southerr
Hotme Company without a day's delay.
THOMAS S. MOORM AN,
June 2 21 tf 'Agent.
WyOlfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Bottled Wines and Liquors.
A supply of these justly celebrated good:
for medicinal and private use, just receivec
bthe undersigned Agents for Newberry
I Jn 2 ly SMITH & CHRISTIAN.
Th inBsnesissil ar
The st.o beouthfarla Cooing at
Newberry,s. C.i er ay n
oper otel Oando thaer in n
Fine WtBhiess,i stllcks,
Jewttnery,n Silvefrmnd aPater
Waifrte Sprectces,La Eye Glase s,
Cor Fan cy Unitds &rae. ors
NoDstrc 3o7 SotK oin.Str e a
ar esRilr71 f A oadSTN.
OfAM ee ALAurN.
haRImroad, r ateleDa;leinLuesa
Jewely, oiTuesa,Trs' and at
Fra',ancyavn Goods, a&c . M,o
sameCHARLESO. S. R.
O ept.re . R. .
tisonuthisaroia wil Rcom paernin
ONa RirAD,a HFEea SUNDAY, 11an iat
udsan theafoloing hedle for1 P.A,
sEE TdAys. S, S.l beOserSd
LeavingColumbi at.... .....7 4R. .
Arivnt Colmia Rt-..---.---- Com0pny,
GEEA UIGTEDET'SN. C
CANDEN TRAIN. e bevd
Lairn olondiays atednesday74 a satur
Arriving in Columbia at.......6-- 10 p.m.
Leaving Columbia at......---..... . 2 > p. m.
Ahrrain no nigbewe Columbia a..... .6a ~
WalCr ill rue toaksenesdays aundauAril
Greeville & Co lumbia R .~ . R.
ONSIb Condb at.SATURDAY,the p6th
Snday ecepe, connecting witth Niroght
Tal rain wb Sthareolin und ayltt Apri
SotArlla Rairods as .follows
Leavreni& Columbia R ......--70 . m.
ON Astn aft..............5 th"
in"at N e ger at. will.. ru 1 da35 y"
rve on Aot bbeovi at.... . arlo.3 3 an.dm
" Anrson at.........56
" at Greenville at. ....... 6.00 "
Leave Greenville at.........-. 6 00 a. mn.
" Anderson at......... -- 6 45 "
" Abbeville at........... 8.46
"Newberry at............ 1.2.5 p. mn.
" Alston at.... - .-.--.--.--. 00
Arrive at Columbia at............00 "
Trains on the Blue Ridge Railroad will
also run daily, Sundays excepted.
Leave Anderson at........... .6-- 20 p. m.
" Pendleton at. ........... 6 20 "
Arrive at Wathalla at........ . 800 "
Leave WVa!halla at.............4 00 a. mn.
" Pendleton at......... . ...5.40 "
Arrive at Andemon at ... .. 6-40 "
The train will return from Belton to An
derson on Monday and Friday mornings.
SAMES. 0. MRERDTTH, Snnt
D WITHOUT EXTENS
tor no inmr. W ibkea
tie fuel ais any stove in use. It ha~
urable, and is not so liable to craci
id a large assortment of other patt
Stores I have sold, not one to my I
eon in its various branches, and al
DR. H. BAE|R,
(Successor to E. II. KELLERS & Co.)
Wholesale and Retail
131 MEETIN~G STREET,
oPPOSITE MARKET STREET,
Charleston, So. Ca.
Plain and EXIBnSion IOp
Please examine and test this Stove and
you will find it all we represent it to be.
For Economy i nFuel ;
For Durability ;
For Capacity in Baking, Boil
ing and Broiling ;
For Simplicity 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"
ST ANDS UNQUALLED.
ASIIR PAIMR, Oolnmbia, 8. C.,
Sole Agent for one half the State of S. C.
Jan 27 tf4
Schedule on Blue Ridge R. R.
oN and after Saturday, the fifth instant,
the Trains on this Road will run every day,
Sunday's excepted. connec:ing with the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad at An
Up TaA1ls.-Leave Anderson 5.20 o'clock
p m., ; leas-e Pendleton 6.20 p. mn.
DowN TRais.-Leave WValhalla, 4 o'clock
a. mn. ; leave Pendleton, .5.4() a. mn.
UrP TRAIN.-Arrive at I'endleton, ' 2
p. mn.; arrive at WValhaalla, 8 o'cloe~
Dowsi TRAN.-Arrive at Ander
Waiting one hour after usu::0
arrival of the G. & C. train.
An accommodationi tralin will i,:ave
derson on Mondays and Fridays :
UJr TRais.-Leave Anderson at 7. a.
m. ; leave PendIbton, 8.2o. ; Ileave Perry
ville, 9.10.; arrive at WaIhalla, 10.
Dows TAus.-Arrive at Anderson, 1.50
p. mn.; leave WaIhalla, 11 a. m.:; leave
Pendleto i iH. D. GAILLA RD,
June 23 Superintendent.
Dutcher's Lightning Fly-Killer !
Death to the Living! Long live the Killers!
Sold by .Dealers Everyu-here !
July '7 26 1mn.
LI.E INSURANCE CO1?ANY,
OF NEW YORK.
INCORPORATED, - - - 1842.
CtASH ASSETS OVER THIRTY MIIL
LIONS OF DOLLARS.
Cash Income, 1867, over TEN MILLIONS.
Dividends to Polkcy Holders, 1867, 923W,,
New Policies issued in 1867,19,406.
The Company is PURELY MUTUAL. No
dividends to stockholders. The entire prij
(Its are returned to the assured, thus causing
Policies to become SELF-SUSTAININ,
thirteen years, or to double in twenty.
Interest received from investments, 1887,
Excess of INTEREST RECEIPTS ALONE
over losses, hbout $400,000.
Real Estate, Bonds and Mortgages on Ra
Estate, in the City of New York: .W
ENTEEN MILLIONS of dokr". -
It is the richest Companya-.ther ;id.
Its policies are non'forfeltabe, Itt MfvI.
dends are the largest.
Applications for Columbia, and the North'
era portion of South Carolina, reered ef
. GEG, PALME1 & C
Bassox X. JoNus, Agent at Newterry.
JAXES MCIrOsH, X. D., ][dict F
Iner. ... .
Feb. 10 6 ly.
Purifies the Bioods
Per: Sale by DrugIsts- EIeriWA
JOs. W. HARRISSON,
Paint,Oil,Glass, Sash, Brush,
Varnish, Lamp, and Pc
troleum Oil Store.
Patent Thief Detecting Mon
Parker's "Furniture Gloss."
62 QUEEN STREET, CHARLES
TON, S. C.
Fik0 MDR lic BuriAl Css
T HE sUBSCRIBER has constantly. or
hand a full assortment of the albove' approved
cases, of different p:atterns, besides coffins
of his own mauke, all of which he is pr'epared
to furnish at very reasonable rates, wkbh
promiptntess and despatch.
Persona desirous of haring Acases sent hj
railroad will hare them sent free of cisarge.
A Hearse is always on hand and will be
furnished at the rate of $10 per day. --
Thankful for past patronage, the sub.
scriber respectfully asks for a continuation
of the same, and assures the puiblie'thas
no cifort on his pairt w.ill be spared to rendEr'
the utmost satisfaction.
A. C. CH APMAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
Sash & Blinds.
The subscriber takes-pleasure in~annoGne
mne to this~ community that, having made
all necessary arrangements, he will be able
Sash with and without
Glass, and Blinds,
At Ycry Moderate Rates !
For Cash !
-ANDREW C, CH APMAN,
Oct. 7 41 tr. New berry C. H., S. '9.
DoWHM & M20~1,
Proprietors & Wihlenale Iruggitto,
Charleston, S. O.
Dec. 23 52 ly.
HOUS, SIGN AND DCORATIE FAINT3,
Glazier and Paper Ia.ge,,
NYewberry C. H., S. C.,
Bags to inform the citizens of thisies'
inunity that he is now fairly started In besS
ness and prepared to execute all ordirs witik
neatness and punctualIty, and at mnoderna
rates. Orders may be left at the Herait
of fice. March 3
uick, boi asfs,bri snie n
many advantages wichn te
: smn/tvsae eie h
erns allof wich re wrranedIt
wok boilla a b o i atsr nice.
W. T. WRIGHT.
REV. J. B. H ILLEoUSE-PINCIPaL.
MISS FANNIE LEATELL,
Mi. F. WEnBER-Professor of Music
CoL S. FAIR-Chairman Board Trustees.
Terms per quarter, of 21 months, payable
Primairy Department. Sp.elling. Read
ing. Writing and First Lessons in
Arithmetics English Grammar and
in Geography,...... .. 500
English Grammar, Geography, Arith
metic and History,... .. ..$750
Latin, Greek. French, Logic. Rhetoric,
Physical, Mental and Moral Sci
ences,..... .. .... $10 00
No Pupil will be charged at the same time
with more than one of the preceding rates.
Music, extra-$25 per session of five
Boarding, with the Principal and others,
on reasonable terms.
Thorough instruction afforded in all the
branches or a liberal education.
March 10 10 tr.
I am now fully prepared to attend to all
work of this kind, entrasted to me. Surs
veying in all of its branches attended to with
accuracy and dispatch-at usual prices. Or,
ders can be left at Mr. J. E. Peterson's offiee,
or sent to me through the Postoffiee at this
place G. M. GIR ARDEAU.
April 14 15
R. Moorman & Co.,
Have just received a new supply of
Bacon, Sugar, Coffee, Salt,
Syrup, Tobacco, Country
Cured Shoulders & Sides, &c.,
Which they propose to sell at satisfactory
prices. They receive nwsple vr
week, and invite an examination of their
stock. March 24 12 tf.
low Lost, 11ow Restored.
Just published, a new edition of Dr. Cuula
verwell's Celebrated Essay on the radical
cure (without medicine) of Spermatorrhcea,
or Seminal Weakness. Invol'rntary Seminal
Lsses. Impotency, Mental and Physical In.
capacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc.;
also, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Firs;,
induced by self-indulgenCe or sexual ex,
17'Price, in a sealed envelope, only six
The celebrated author, in this ajdirable
essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty
yer' successftul practice, that the alarming
conequences of self..abuse may be radically
cured without the dangerous use of interual
medicine or the application of the knifb;
pointing out a mode of cure at once simple,
certain; and effectual, by means- of' s'hich
every suffeter, no matter what-his condition
may be. may cure himself cheaply, privately
Ic7 [his Lecture should be iu the hands of
every youth and etery m-.n in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, postpaid, on receipt of six
cents, or two post stamps. Also, Dr. Cul".
verwell's "Marriage Guide," price 25 cents.
Address the Publishers,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE A CO.,
127 Bowery, N. Y., Pout- offBee Box 4,86.
July 7 26Iy.
coLUMBIA, S. G
HE PIIoFRIEroRS take pleasute in an,.
T ouncing that this elegan:ly.ftzrnished
Esabliahment is now open for the accom
modation of guests. The table will always
be supplied with.every delicacy of the sea".
son-both fronr New York and Charlesaan.
Markets, and no efforts will be sparedi to
give perfect satisfaction,. in every respect, to
WM!. GORMAN, jP.rr-os
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