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GROVER a BAKER'S
We*- warded the very Higheit Prise,
The JMMi Cos of the l0gee of Hoor,
WasrOa vngD UONWEaTATI a
IgSPOsngQB UgyRSALLR, PARIS, 187.
Wae _warded the Highest Premiums at the
State Fairs of
New York, Vermont, New Jersey, Pennsvlva.
sia. Ohio, Indiana, MicbiFas. Wisconsin. Iowa,
llentnoky, Taanes, Miesoeri. Alabama, ae
sieippi, Virginia, North Carolina, California
A" the Fairs of the Americsn Institute, Frank
lin Institute Maryland Institute, Mass. Me.
obsaio's Assooiation, Penn. Mechanic's Irsti
t . Louis Agricultural and Mechanic's As,
First Prises have also been awarded these
Mebiueti th exhibitions of London, Paris,
Dablia, i Besanoon, Bayonne, St. Dialer,
and hey avebeen furnisbed, by
command to the
Ezsss,af:Praoe, Empress of Austria. Em
pr oetRn=a, Empres of Brasil, Queen
of Spain, and Queen of Bavaria.
THE GROVER & BAKER
Elastie-Stitch Sewing Machines
A5R SUPEWOE TO ALL OTHERS FOR
THE FOLLOWNG aREASONS:
1. My ae with two threads direct rom the
spoo s ,and require no re=winding.
2..~yauo"'reeaiy ndertod and need.
ahn.. % to derangement than other m
They a eswabhe of exeating
variety ofwork than other machioes.
. stitch made by these machinea is much
mofe ueetic., and durable,eeeil upon
regulre to be waed ndoned,
than S other sttth.
i.sther, owing to the manner in which
the uthread i= inwrought, is much the most
pltaisi beautifal In nen, and retains this
beauty even u articles fe
que m washed and roned un they are worn
6. The structure of the ream is such that,
tbough it be cut or broken at intervals of only
a faFs.satithes. it will neither open, run nor
rave.bat remains Svm and durable.
7: Unlike other machines, these fasten both
ea ocf the wsm by their own operation.
With then machiues, whale silk is used
up*e ht or faced side of the m , cotton
aay e wed ponthe other side without lessen' ;
.st the strength or durability of the seam. This
an i.e done on no other machine, and is a
great sving upon all articles stitched or made
SThere macshines, in addition to their ape.
i:easmritsas it aeoseeal.bf a change
ota mstq asly learned and practised. eze'
Os the most beautiful and permanent em
braidery and ornamental work.
Agent for South Carolina,
279 Eing Street, Charlesm.
Aug. n 1 i.
Notice to Trespassers.
AU persons are hereby warned against
parstng upon my plantation, either for
the purpose of hunting, fshing, or simply
wa1 g through my grounds. The law
>tg idl: exforted against all oReA
- J.-. GEATAM.
L8and for Sale.
gadr o thme Probate Court for N~ew
beer.iCain5y,I -wIl1 aef on the rast nsr
day is September next, at Newberry Court
House, the lands betoneinug to the Estate of
Danie! I ewalt deeeased, containing Iwo
bondred-Acres (more or less,) bounded by
lands of Win. P. Harmon, Henryssockman,
John Doumini-k, Henry Dominick, and
-erma of Sale-on a credit of twelve
maouths, with interest from day of sale.
Purchasers being required to give bond
witid east two goon sureties and a Mort
ggg oC(the premises to secure the purchase
.owe r-an pay the sme in cash.
~..; GEORGE G. DzW ALT,
tpiicd Cangy put as in 5 ad 40 lb
dtblew the trade, which we war
- para.inamfdetared fromn
Crash Sugar-end warranted to keep in all
No charge fr ben
. XINSXAN BROS.
179 King S:reet,
I.portera In toys and ihncy goods.
August usi sf
. e0 BUSHELS
PRIE HiTE CORN,
Mug.1 hiS tr. Sec. and Tress.
The State of South Carolina.
Ifsary W. Domsinick and wiUb, vs. Anna lake,
at.ai.l.lmfor Petito., Accun.e.
E to he aisfhticaof the Court
that Lak oneof t es Debadant
~ m ntionof MErs. Fair, PopeP
mbistM Salicitors. is is ordened that be
MxC. N.Lvso. Ada .rgs. Nannis U.
eand. re reurdto render1 n esalh
I . hr resp..tiv.e...nd.before Tomas
Z.I.ek,-eet of this Court on or before the
'.~'a~et~ber HOMAS N. L AKE,
Trances Sinmr, Admx., vs. John 8. Renwlek,
Them crioof Henry Summer, decased, are
* eurdto render In and establish their' des
mnsao ashb. beore Thins N. lake, Clerk
of thia Court on or before the 15th dyof Sep
55an'e neat. TaOM.aS N. AK E,
Charleston, S. C.
BOARD PER DAY, $3.00.
XIs. H. L. BUTTERFIELD,
- ~ superintendent.
Wolfes- ehiedam Sehrnapps,
Bottled Wines and LkioTh.
A supply of these justly celebreited go6ds
for ineScinal and, priste usednJaa.received
by the undersigned Agents for MEsberry.
SMITH A CHRISTIAN.
INSURE IN THE
UFE S N COMPAN
ALEX. WSILLDIN, President.
Geo. NUGENT, VIo.-Pre.denL
JOHN( S. WILSON, secretary.
JOHN C. SIMMS, Actuary.
Assets, - - $2,500,000.
Annual Ieone, 1,000,000.
The American-Is now one of the Oldest
Companies in the United States, Chartered
The American-Has $200 of Assets for
every $100 of Liabilities.
The American-Never lost a dollar of in
The American-Issues policies on aL. de
The American-Makes a. policies non-for
The American-Pays Life Policies to the
insured at the age of eighty years.
The American-Has no unnecessary restric
tions on travel and residence.
The American-Declares dividends annual.
ly 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 on
most favorable terms. Its rates are low.
It has both the mutual and stock plans.
CALDWELL &BRENIZER, Gen'l Agents
North and South Carolina. Office First
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,
Newberry, S. (.
g Agents Wanted. Liberal arrange
ments will be made with men who xYax
austxsEs. June 9 22 ly.
CITIZEN'S SAVINGS' BANK
Office on Pratt Street.
Geni. WADE HAMPTON. President.
J. B. PALMER, Vice-President.
Thomas E. GREGG, Cashier.
G T. SCOTr, Assistant Cashier.
FAI, POPE a POPE, Solicitors.
JOHN T. PETERSON.
EIUIIUEL S. COPPOCK,
EUEBEN 8. CHICK.
Interests on Deposits at the
Rate of 6 Per Cent., Per
From9 a. m., to 5 p.m.
( Extrad from By-aWos]
"Dpstsmay beiimade by any minor
per he ee f twlveyeas,iher with or
without a guardian, and by married women
In their own names. *Euus of $1 and up
ward wi be received, but no interest sall
be paid on the fractional parts of SI. nor on
any sum where the whole deposit is less than
P., nor for the frae.4onal part of a month."
Will be ready for Business May 1st.
Thomas S. Moorman,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
flas resumed the practice of the Law at
this place, and can be found for the present
at.the Store of R. Moorman & Co.
Feb 2&8 tf
Wheeler & Wilsen Eanufac
Is enabled to select tbe most perfect
inished Machines, and forward them to
those who may want, at the manufac
turer's price, free of commissions to the
purchaser. Any orders sent through
Silas Johnstone & Win. F. Nance, will
receive prompt attention.
Baker & Confectioner,
Newberry, S. O;
espectfolly informs his many customers
and the prblic generally that his
New Bake Oven
now completed, and by its convenient ar
rangemerta 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.
reals served at any hour.
Fsh, oysters and game can be had at.all
Thnkful for past favors he solicits a con
tinuance of the liberal patronage heretofore
Dec. 2 49 tf.
T. P. Forreston,
Jobber and desler in
GERMAN, FRENCH, ENGUSH AND
Hosiery, Trimmings andi Fancy
Goo<is, Musical Instruments,
Also Fashionable Emporium of Designs for
Staplag, Bralilg a EmbreMery
Constantly on band. a large and well
assorted stock of
Braids, French Embroidery, Cot
ton and Lineni and 8ilk Floes,'
JD,.c S Q-, 4, 8fC
LIFE IN A PILL BOXI
EaZsosDRAra: amsecrs *O*e
ONE PILL IN A DOSE.
ONE PILL IN A DOSE.
ONE PILL IN A DOSE.
W HAT one hundred letters a day say
from patients all over the inhabitable
"Dr. Maggiel, your Pill has rid me of all
"No more noxious doses for me in fie or
ten Pills taken at one time. One of your
Pis cared me."
"Thanks, Doctor. My headache has left
me. Send another box to keep in the
"After suffering tenure from the billions
cholic, two of your Pills cured me, and I
have no return of the malady."
"Our doctors treated me for Chronic Con%
stipation, as they called it, and at last said
I was incarable. Your Maggiel's cured
"I had no appetite; Magglel's Pills gave
me a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marvelous."
"I send for another box, and keep them in
"Dr. Magglel has cured my headache
that was chronic,"
"I gave half 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."
"Yout Box of Maggiel's Pills ered me of
noises in the head. I rubbed some Salve
behind my ears and the noisg left me."
"Send me two boxes-I Eant 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 three boxes of your Salve
and Pills, by return mail."
For all diseases of the Kidneys, Re
tention of Urine, &c.,
Are a perfhct cure. One will satisfy any one.
For female diseases, Nervous -Prostration.
weakness, General Lassitude and Want of
Appetite. Maggiel's Fills will be found an
MAGGIEL'S PILLS and SALVE
Are most universal in their effects. and a
cnre can be almost guaranteed.
Each Box contains twelve Pills
one Pill in a Dose.
Andress all orders to
JOHN F. HENRY,
Successor to Dasxs, Biruas & Co..
8 College Place, New York.
C. F. HERBERT A Co.,
Proprietors of the
1AfGIL S PILL AND SALV.
P. 0. Box, .272.
June 1623 tf.
3. N. ROBSON,
Nsa.1 A 2, Atlaitic Wharf,
CIHA L E STO N, S.C0,
Having ample means for advances, a bus
iness experience of twenty years. and con
fiing himself strictly to a Commission
Busimess, without operating on his own ac
count, respectfully solicits consignments o1
Cotton, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Le.
Shippers of Produce to him may, at their
option, have their consignments sold either
in Charleston or New York ; thus having
the advantage of two markets, without e;
Bishop #. li. Wightmsan, S. C; Col.
Win. Johnson, Charlotte N. C; Rev. T. 0.
Sommers, Teno.; Bon. John P. King, Au
gusta. Ga. ; Messrs. Geo. W. Williams &
Co., Charleston, &. C.; Messrs. Williams,
Taylor k Co., New York.
April 28 17 ly.
T HE Advertiser, having been restored to
health in a few weeks, by a very sim
ole remedy, after having suffered several
years witti a severe lung affecedon, and that
dread disease, Consamption-is anxious to
make known to hi low suberers, the,
means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy
of the prescription used (free of chare),
with the directions for preparing and using
the same, which they will find a sure cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, etc.
The ojetof the Advertiser in sending the
recptois to benefit the affilcted, and
sprad nfomatonwhich he conceives to be
Invaluable; and he hopes every- sufoerer will
try his remedy, as It will cost them nothing.
and may prov, a blessing.
Patis wishIng the Prescription, wDil
Bay. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Willamsburg, Kings Co., N.Y.
A gendiem an who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, 1
and all the efct of youthftl Indiscretion,j
will, for the sake of sufbring humanity,
send fkee to alwo needlit, the receipt and
directions for making the shnple remedy by
whicb he w-as cured. Sufferers wishing to.
prst by the Advertiser's eprence, can do
so by addressIng, In perf et cniec
JOHN B. OGDE,
Jane 2211y. No.d42Cedar.t., N. Y.
Get The Best
Saitable for -all Buildings, Dwellings, I
Barns, Ghurches, Factories, &c., and for
all climates; equally adapted to fiat or)
steep roofs, and can be applied by any or
TIlE READY ROOFING
Is more durable than tin, and does not
cost one-half as much. It is cheaper than
shingles, farmore durable, and fire-proof. It
is made of the hieaviest fabric ever used for ]
the peovose, andisa put, up in rolls ready
for shipment to any parr, of tho world.
Send for Circular and Samples, (sent free.)
Wi Arso MAirmcrtras.
For repairing all kinds of leaky roofs,
Limneys, sky-lights, &c. This Booting
Cement forms a permanent adhesive coat
ing over the whole surface of all roofs,
whether tin, shingle or composition, m
pletely closing up leakages, and being com
posed largely of ground Granite, which sets
and hardens, and soon becomes an artificial
SATE or SToNs covering.
For coating tin and all kinds of metal
and composition roofs. It will not run,
crack or peal off, bat form a permanent
ad' perfect protection wherever placed.
It isfurnished at half the cost, and poines
sea twice the durability of the common oil
paints use d for such purposes.
Conty rights for sale.
For Circulars and all particulars,
RADY 100111 Oomnpany.
81 Maiden Lane, K. Y.
The most beautiful Cooking St,
o all kinds of Cooking with as litt
sove has. It is very heavy and di
EADER, 1 keep constantly on ha
oerate well. Out of the many E
The Tin Business is still carrie
rhe undersigned have formed a partner.
p for the practice of Law in the State
aortJs and the United Stat.es Courtst, for
hDistrict of South Carolina. Offie at
werry, 8. C.*
JAMES If. BAXTER,
April7 '14 tf. SiLAS JOHNSTONE.
Importer an,d Dealer in
ine Watches, Clocks,
ewelry, Silver and Plated
Ware, Spectacles, Eye Glasses,
Fancy Good s, &c.
lie. 307 King Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Offie Laurens R. R .
Laurens C. H.,8 C0, April 29, 1868.
n and after Tnesday. 12th May next the
ains on this road will commence running
oretn on same da.y; to connect with up
d down trains on Greenville and Colum
aRailroad, at Helena; leaving Laurens at
. M., on Tuesdays, Thursday's and Sat
lay's, and leaving Helena at 11 P. Mf., on
me days. J. S. BOWERS,
Supt. L. B. B.
eth& Carolina K. R. Compaqy,
NERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
A!R2IL 9, 1869.
N- AND AFTER SUNDAY, 11Ta in'.
Lstnt, the following Schedule for PAS%
NGER TRAINS, will be observed:
DAT ?As8NGER TRAIN.
aig Columbia at.........7.45 a. m.
lrrig at.Columnbla at.....--.610 p. mn.
NIGBT'EEPEE8s TRA IN.
dYigColumbia at........ .....-5.20 p mn.
Lrllgat Columbia at....-.......4.4 a. m.
l mnon Mondays, Wednesdays and Satur.
rivlng in Columbia at...-....--11.0 a. mn.
saving Columbia at......-.--.2.2 p. m.
The Train now running between Columbia
in m ue in connectaan with the Through
S ,w be taken ofr on sundar, Apnil
1. H. T.PEAKE,
pr! 14 General Superintendent
ireenville & Columbia R. R.
ON and after SATURDAY, the 6th
imant, Passenger Trains will rub daily.
udays excepted, connecting with Night
rains on South Carolina and Charlotte and
loh Carolnna Railroads, as follows:
ve Conmbiaat............700 a. in.
' Alston at...........-.855 "
' Newberry at...........10 35 "
rve at Abbville at........3 30 p. m.
" at Anderson at.........5.15 "
"at Greenville at........6.00 "
save Greenville at...-......800 a. mn.
"Anderson at.......... 6 45"
"Newberry at.......... 1.25 p. in.
rrve at Columbia at.........5.00 "
Trains on the Blue Ridge Raltoa& will
>s n daly; Sundays excepted.
ave Andeosas............520p. m.
,- Bedenn t-.......... .6 20"
rve at Walalla at........ 800"
~aeWaa,afaat........... ..400 a.m.
" P.odIeton at......... ..5.40."
'he tr~i eturn from Belton to An-.
so. on Monday ah,d Friday mornings.
rAMS 0n MERDITH upt.
D) WITHOUT EXTENE
av -o n akt W illea
le fuelas any tove i use I. a
trbe n s o ola le oee
de o in arketus l br aen a
DR. H. BAER,
(Suecessor to E. H. KELLERS & CO.)
Wholesale and Retail
131 MEETING STREET,
PoSITE MARKET STREET,
Charleston, So. Ca.
Plain andI EXIension laph
Please examine and test this Stove and
yon will find it all we represent it to be.
For Economy in Fuel;
For Durability ;
For Capacity in Baking, Boil
iug 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 UNEQUALLEO,
ASlIER PAIALER, Colambia, 8. 0.,
Sole Agent for one half the State of S. C.
Jan 27 til
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, connecting with the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad at An
Up TarN.-Leave Anderson 5.20 o'clock
p . ; leave Pendleton 8.20 p. m.
DowN TRA IN.-Leave WaIhalla, 4 o'cloCk
a. m.; leave Pendleton, 5.40 a. m.
Ur TRAIN.-Arrive at rendleton, 6.20
p. m.; arrive at WaIhalla, 8 o'clock p. mn.
DowN TIN.-Arrive at Anderson, 6.40
Waiting one hour after usual time for
arrival of the G. & C. train.
An accommodation train will leave An
dersn on Mondays and Fridays:
Ur TRAIN.-Leave Anderson at 7.80 a.
i.; leave Pendleton, 8.2U.,; leave Perry
ille, 9.10.; arrive at -Walhalla, 10.
DowN TaAIN.-Arrive at Anderspn, 1.50
p. . ; leave Walhalla, 11 a. m. ; leave
Pedlt 3 H. D. GAILLARD,
June 28 superintendent.
At. W. T. Wright's.
niek, boil as fast, broil as nice; and
many advantages which no otber
as many stoves are. Besides the
erns, all of which are warranted to
~nowledge has failed to give entire
Iwork will be done at short notice.
W. T. WRIGHT.
REV. .J. B. HIL[LHoUSE-PmscreaL.
MISS FAumtx LaVEr.L,
Mu. F. Waua-lrofessor of Music.
CoL, S. FAIr-Chairman Board Trustees.
Terms per quarter, of 2j months, payable
Primary Department, Spelling. Read
ing. Writing and First Lessons in
Arithmetic, English Grammar and
in Geography,.... .. ...5.00
English Grammar, Geography, Arih
Latin, Greek, French, Logic. Rhetoric,
PhysIcal, Mental and Moral Sci
enees,..... .. .....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 of a liberal education.
March 10 10 tf.
I am now fully prepared to attend to all
work of this kind, entrusted to me. Sur'.
veying in all of its branches attended to with
accuracy and disac-at usual prices. Or,
ders can be left atMr..J. E. Peterson's ofice,
or sentto me through the Postoffiear this
place. G. K. GIRARDEAU.
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 new supplies every
week, and invite an examination of their
stock. March 24 12 tf.
flow Lost, How Restred.
Just pub1ished, a new edition of Dr. Ca1.
verwell's Celebrated Essay on the radical
cure (without medicine) of Spermatorrhena,
or Seminal Weakness. Involuntary Seminal
Losses. Impotency, Mental and Physical In'.
cspacity, Impediments to Marig, etc.;
also, Cosumpon Eips, and Pits;
Induced by uefnngneor sexual exs
in a seled envelope, only six
The celebrated author, In this admirable
esa3clearly demonstrates from a thirty
ea fltpractice, that the alarminlg
consequences of self.abuse may be radically
cured without th dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife;
poinig out aodof curt once simple,
every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be. may cure himself cheaply, privately
r7-rhis Lecture should be In the hands of
everyyouth and eey manu In the land.
Sent under seal, In a plain enveop, to
any address, postpaid, on receipt ofsix
cets, or wo pot stams Also, Dr. al
Address the Publishers,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE PEOPRIEr'oRS take plauein an'.
T nouncing that this elgnl.flrnished
EstabUishment is now open o h accom
modation of-guesar The sable will always
be supplied with every delieacy of the sea
son-both front New York and Charleston
Markets, and no efbrts will be spared to
give perfect snaIscau, In every respect, to
N.ys 18 tr
L111 INSURANCE CIPANY,
OF NEW YORK.
INCORPORATED, - - - - - 1842.
CASH ASSETS OVER THIRTY MIL
LIONS OF DOLLARS.
Cash Income, 1867, over TEN MILLIONS.
Dividends to Policy Holders, 1867, $2,236,"
New Policies issued in 1867,19,406.1
The Company is PURELY MUTUAL. No
dividends to stockholders. The entire pro,
fits are returned 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 $400,000.
Real Estate, Bonds and Mortgages on Real
Estate, In the City of New York, over SEV
ENTEEN IILLIONS of dollars.
It is the richest Company in the world.
Its policies are non-forfeitable. Its divia
dends are the largest.
Applications for Columbia, and the North
ern portion of South Carolina, received by
GREGG, PALMER & CO.,
BFaso M. Jonss, Agent at Newberry.
J3Azs Mclrros$, M. D., Medical Exat
Feb. 10 6 ly.
Purifies the Blood.
t.r -.s by Dru.Ia.. .e.yw..er.
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.
April 2811 6m
11 THE OLD
0 D IC .INEMA & I
8isk8 MetalliC SUlal ea868.
THE SUBSCRIBER has eeneta'ndy oe
hand a full assortment of the aboee approved
eases, of different patterns, besides coffins
of his own make, all of which he is prepared
to furnish at very reasonable rates, with
promptness and des'patch.
Person. desirog having cases sent by
railroad will have tem sent free of charge.
A Hearse is always on hand and will be
fornished 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 public that
no effort on his part will be spared to render
the utmost satisfaction.
A. C. CH APMAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
Sash & Blinds.
The subscriber takes pleasure in announc
mng to this community that, having made
all necessary arrangements, he will be able
Sash with and without
Glass, and Blinds,
At Very Moderate Rates!!
For Cash !
ANDREW C. CHAPMAN,
Oct. 7 41 tf. Newberry C. H., s. C.
fI'r.rictors & lihie8alo fIruist's
Charleston, S. C.
Dec. 28 52 ly.
HOUS, SIG AND DECRAIVE PAINIITI
Glader and Paper IHaager,
Newberry C. H., S. C.,
Begs to inform the citizens of this corn'
manity that he is now fairly started In bust
ae nd puntltyo eand at moderate
rae. Orders may be letat the Hral