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Piedmont 1fe Insurance Com
. iama CA iA.
H RAAL. ?AaD IN AND SECURELY INVESi
Wg tEn AMTS Tj THIS DATE 01
E1lum OP PO0ICIES ISSUED-.------------------.
W. C. CARRTNGTON President.
J. J. HOPKINS, Secretary.
OFFICERS OF SOUTH
J. P. THOXAS, President Board Direct<
Dt. ISAAC BRANCH, Si
John McKenzie, 3
n S. Preston, R. C. Shiv
W. Mcxaster, W. B. Gul
ohb T. Sloan, Sr., Thompeon
W. Gibbes, J. D. Ken
rHIS BRANCH OFFICE offers all induce
Hi wee, with these advantages: The Ca
og peratlons has been incurred, the succes
ewhol Capital and Assets of the Home
he entire management of the Piedmont is
if to ststain Southern interests. It further t
within the State, under the direction of the
eath. CaroOna Board of Directors, in whose
lb. Piedmont claims to be equal in the pr
ay other Company. surpassed by none, and
wjshlg. to insure not to do so until they bav<
. -s &irst Dividend of the Piedmont Life n
E which proves the econ
A*gst 480 tf.
1Courtof Probate-Newberry County.
WieW vs George E. Heller and
;j.-4tlioa for Partition.
.y sadsfactlo that Wil
nNary IL bisWife,parties
-o this ease are absent beyond
-thw:at. of this State-on motion of
Rearew. Fair, Pope & Pope, Plcffs' Sol're., it
W--odieredthatsaid absent defendants do
plead, answer o demur to the petition
gted in this case, 1n; forty days from this
stb.or that the same will be taken pro
esieams against them.
JOHN T. PETERSON,
Judge of Probate.
ag e as eN-C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In the Common pleas-Newberry.
of an order of his Honor,
St_ n dated the fourteenth day of
,a.. 6, there will be an extra
Cutof Gommon Pleas for
gat NewbetrryCourit Nouse,
Meend Monday in October
g eSeS on the Cow
~ Dochesa, beginLirig
4% In Gases,
e...ad8er my hand and the seal of the
pI earnr tis sixth day of September,
- T HOS. M. LAKE,
e 4t 3SZ. C .cP.
~~dto old gins, the work of
of.Ar,. Abbeville, supplies a
fetL htis attached at the i
t.~~psof $10, and increases the
-o the gin from o~ne filth to one third
' ~incImreasing the draft. Wish this
UinISVOOSthe gins will gin cleiner, and
'3~5bStWnt that without. It has been
Tag a AbevlIt, and given satisfaction
eaisy 0596; This puhile are notibed not
as sils with this pasent. Ay mniringe
torui- be handled according to
6ci-eh' wishing t9 know anything
them*5boen paent, are referred to Mr.
L .Hunter, agent lor Newberr.
E . F.PA RKER. )
BhpL. 8 m51-.
* CLUMBIA, S. C.
7. In-TZ3 JOUlER, CJLEEK,
Or aift, er Day............- 3 00
Yko spearebip of E. SIewar$ a Co.,
hawking been dissolved by the death of
Usbes's Stewart, the undersigned hereby
glve nodies that they wi hereafter carry
on the business under the narme and style.
aftP. W. & R. S. Chick, on their own ac
PETTUS W. CHICK,
BEUREN S. CBuCK,
Survivors of B,teward & Co.
Sep. 1834 45.
1500 Gal. Cheap Molas
a.s. MAYES & MA RTIN.
3600 Yds. Gunney Bag
ging. MAYES & MARATIN.
2500 Yds. Maryland Bag-t
giag. .MAYES & MARTIN.
30,000 Lbs. Baltimore Ba-.
cen. MAYES& MARTIN.
g.sa Ties, Rope, Twine,]
Saltb MAYES & MARTIN.
4ug.s as8 at.
Wh. exercises of Prof. A. P. Pifer's En
nas md Classical School, will be resumed
~onay in October.
NP3)S PATENT LOCK TIES, nsur
paiil by any Tie yet manufactured. For
nt.ss, steghand durability this Tie
s no equal.~ Hving sold them for the
ath*ee years, we feel that we can cor
dily recommnend them to all Planters as
tI articehbey want. For sale by
GEO. W. WIT.T.TAMS a CO., Factors,
Aug. 238 Smo. Charleston, S. C.
w-ushels of Greenville Meal,
csale by D. MOWER.
pany of Richmond, YirgiRia,
3IA, S. C.
.................. .. ...........-............. 4,30(
R. H. MAURY, Vice-President.
C. H. PERROW, Y. D., Medical Adv.
CAROLINA BRANCH :
>rs. S. L. LEAPHART, Secretary.
iperintendent of Agents.
avor of Columbia.
zr, Ex-Governor M. L. Bonham.
ick, M. C. Butler,
Earle, T. C. Perrin,
nedy, Dr. Isaac Branch.
ments for Life Insurance of a perfect Home
pital is furnished, the expense of commen~e
s, beyond peradventure, is established, and
Company stand committed to sustain it.
in the hands of Southern men, and its aim
)ledges itself to invest all funis accruing
gentlemen named above, constituting the
integrity you must have entire cenfidence.
ivileges and benefits granted its patrons, to
superior to many, and only requests parties
e examined the merits of this established
surance Company paid on Life Policies was
omy of its management sad its careful selec
THOMAS S. MOORMAN,
Agent at Newberry.
New Base For Artificial Teeth.
I have succeeded in introducing a new
base for artificial teeth which has given
great satisfaction in European and Northern
cities. It is cleanly and durable, and ad
mits of a fine polish without metalic taste
or any inconvenience to the wearer. All
those wishing artificial teeth, would do well
to call and examine before purchasing oth
er styles. All manner of work done upon
scientific principles. Those who prefer
Vulcanite Work, can, by leaving impres
sions with me, be supplied from experien
ced Nortbern dentists, with whom I have
made arrangements to have work done
upon short notice.
R. S. WHALEY,
July 28 29 tf. Dentist.
GOO ION' FIITOIIY.
LAURENS DISTRICT, S. C.
O UR WOOL CARDING MACHINES,
are now in first rate order, and card,.
ing very superior Rolla.
Wool left with A. W. T. SIMMONS, at
the Depot, Newberry,C. HI., will be re
ceived carded and returned free of trans
portation, to whom payment may be made.
When wool is greased, our prices for card
ing are 1 t cents per lb, or one-fourth of the
Patronage of the citizens of Newberry,
solicited, to whom we guarantee siatisfaSC
ion in every instance~.
R. S. &J. W. GOODGION.
June 30 25 3:no
R. MOORMAN & Co.,
Are receiving every week, new stocks of
heavy Plantation and Family Groceries, to
wichthey invite the examination of their
riends and the public generally. They en
eavor to keep all such Goods as the market
requires, and propose to sell them at sat
sfactory prices for cash.
They have just received a lot of New
'amily Flour, made of the best wheat at
Aug. 4 30 tf.
WSPECIAL NOTIC.-TO parties in want
>f Doors, Sashes and Blinds, we refer to
be advertisement of P. P. TOALK, the large
nanufacturer of those goods in Charleston.
rice list furnished on application.
GULLET'S STEEL BRUSH
AII'.8 PATENT COTTON
Send for Circulars.
Agent for the State-52 East Bay,
South of the Old Post Office,
Charleston, S. C.
Aug. 18 32 3m.
R. MOEIRMAN &CE.4
Irocers & Corn1 MNchants,
lie. 2, MOLLOBON ROW,
N TH TOWN OF EWBERRY, 8. C.
Aug. 4 30 tf.
2,000 lbs. Baugh's Rlawbone
Wanure, the very thing for Tar
ps. For sale by
MAYES & MARTIN.
Aug. 25 33 St.
ra and Winter Importation.
libboas, Idnery ad Straw Goods!
4.rm18tr0ng,Cat0r & 00.
237 anl 239 Baltimore Street,
IXPolfrERS AND JoBBERS OF
Bonnet and Trimming Ribbons,
Velvet and Sash Ribbons,
Bonnet Silks, Satins and Velvets,
Illusions, Blonds, Laces, Ruches and
French Flowers and Feathers,
Straw Bonnets and Ladies' Hats, trim
[me~d and untrimmed,
Silk, Velvet and Felt Bonnets and
Sundowns and Shaker Hoods.
Tl3e largest Stock of Millinery Goods in
his country, and unequalled in choice va
iety, which we offer at prices that will de
Charleston, S. C., Manufacturer of
Doors, Sashes, Blinds.
JJAVING THE LARGEST AND DMOST
COMPLETE FACT'ORY mo the Sonth,
eru States, and keeping always on hand a
large and mo=t complete stock stock of
DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS, Sash Do'ors,
Store Doors, Shutrers, Monldings, &c., &c.
I am enabled to sell low and at manufac.
N. B.-Strict attention paid to shipping in
ORS. M'KEL LA R
DE LN ST LRGEON S,
Newberry C. H., S. C.
Respectfully state to the public generally,
that they are prepard to do any and everything
tific emberE of t O i the mou s
Oxide aas adm'nistered, and Teeth extracted
without pia or danger. Wte tc only ones
licensed to selhe VULCANIE ASE for
Artificial Teeth in the Disrict of Newberry, and
will insert teeth on Vulcanite for $25 per set,
and $50 for tull set. Special attention given to
calls from the country Patients can have their
practice done free of charge by Mr. Henry
MKellar, at the same office. Patients desi-ing
wil plas let uknow touh the Pt OCoicy,
Speci attention paid to dr.ficult operatons,
such as Cleft Palate, Necrosis,3 &c.I, R,.
e wb-ernr Jon . o as ac.etii
and skillful operator, and would state that 1
beran ormet a copartnrhip wi th him, as will
bestpoedntl,aspte by the movstvrtsmet
W. B. McKELLAR,
July 21 28 tf. Surgeon Dentist.
Keep ot Before
anC oropl et.Sca tetion toe, t
FAaticdoERS Hre of D chreOyF.er
VERY I.WWEST MKELPR,S
Cniso tke fleloweing rcomendn Arices
Anilflopo, an ol t hat
Ha omeDacpnER i wit him,awl
CTHFT, TH A
. .&FLMRS.HDS OFUP
SOA T, ER NDSS
V CERLWS MAREDIES
OUR,modtn COeRN, MEAL, R
MABRY, Si,awy efuA i p,
COmers, Tteve fpeag,n
TOAC . EDW ARS,
Secreta & Treasurer.:
Andalloheadolsu~a F etor.fml
TheR unerign alr e Agendts ote
abov Fril ier,i endire ateepo to sl
kin ago istrtyaroe.e
E. . EDWARS,
Tendefrsigned Gar ets fr th
~R. MOORMAN & CO.,
Agei 31e ctittdgnto
Agn for thlnertietio Nofrth
Zaello'htthybeiv t]osbe te BES
hiPavema besen , nstttd agent iforto
-erotin. toritaybe Rtteirorin
Ste, to a te belie at y tme PBan
ers desiring to procure these Presses are]
nvited to call early, as it will require some
ime to order themn from the Factory1
n Columbia, S. C.
Auguset 4 30 tf.
D. JENNINGS, M. D., late Profes
sor of Diseases of Women in Galves
ton Medical College of Texas, respectful'
ly informs the citizens of Edgefield and ad,
joining Counties, that he is now permanent.
ly located at Edgefield C. H., S. C., in tht
Practice of his Profession.
Dr. JENNINGS is now prepared to givt
especial attention to the Diseases of Fe
males. He has made the treatment of uter,
ine Diseases his specialty.
Ladies who may ret. re the services o:
Dr. JENNINGS will be received into hii
family for treatment.
Dr. JENNINGS will take pleasure in fur
nisbing references of prominent Medical Col
leges, and Certificates of ladies in EdgeDek
County who have been bed ridden for years,
and who are now completely restored t<
health under his treatment.
C7 Charges moderate.
May 1920 tf
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
informs his friends and the public generall)
that he has taken charge of this well knowr
and popular FIRST CLASS HOTEL, and
hopes that by strict attention to merit a
full share of the public patronage.
The Celebrated ARTESIAN WATERl
BATHS, hot, cold and shower, can be had
at all hours.
COACHES, with attentive Porters, are
always in readiness to CONVEY PASSEN.
GERS to and from the different Rail Roads
E. H. JACKSON.
Spartanburg & Union R. R.
ON and after the 8th of June, instant, the
Pis-enger Trains will leave Spartan.
burg Court House. on TUESDAY, THURS,
DAY and SA l'URDAYS, at 500 A. M., and
arrive at Alston, at 11.30 A. M.
Returning same days, leave Alston at 12.
30 M., and arrive at Spartanburg Court
House, at 7.00 P. M., as per followingsche"
3 O4n m : r' 4m .
Spartanburg... 00 j 5.00 7.00
Pacolet........ 10 5 45 5.48 6.12'6 15
Jonesville -....19, 6251 6.30, 5.29,5.33
Unionville.....28i 7 15 7 40' 4.30 4.4.5
Santuc.......37\ 8 23 8.301 3 734
Shelton ' .. '48, 9 23 9.25: 2.36 240
Lylesford-.... 52' 9 49' 950! 2.09 212
S'rother.-..'56 10.14? 10.18: 1.42 1.45
Alston....168 11 30 &13
THOM AS B JEFCER, President.
Si,arcanburg and Union R. B,
June 30 25tf
CJOR., BiCON, FLOuR.
1000 Bushels Prime Corn,
Prime Clear Rib Sides,
Sugar Cured, Canvassed
New Country Flour.
For Sale by
CARWILE & M::CAUGH.RIN.
July 28 29 tf.
FOR THE LADIES.
Another supply of the cele
love Fitting Corsets.
ARWILE & IIcCAUGERIN.
July 28 29 tf.
TE FELE COLLEG~E,
Will resume exercises 1st September
ext. The Western N. C. Rail Road, mak
ig connection at Salisbury with the North
arolina Road, renders it easy ot access.
It is in a hi.gh and healthy region, in view
f the mountains ; from its sutmmit there is
complete panorama of the surrounding
ountry. The building is large -and com
odious. The teachers are experienced.
oard, Room, Fuel and Washing $15 per
oth. Tuition frozn $2.60 to $5.00 per
onth in regular classes. Music, Painting,
ncient and Modern Languages extra, at
oderate rates. The boarder will furnish
er own Towe's, Sheets and Pillow Cases.
ext term cenutirues 16 weeks, eniding Dec.
2nd, and the next after begins January Sd,
870, and contitnues 24 weeks.
Address E. F. ROCH WELL,
July 28 29 tf. Statesville, N. C.
iurman University -Green
ville, S. C.
The next Session of this Institution will
pen Septem:iber 15th, and continue forty
eeks without intermission.
THREE YEARS'SCIJOLARSHIPS may
e obtained, conditioned on the payment
f thirty dollars annually for three years,
ud entitling the holder of a scholarship
o the free tuition of one pupil in all the
EGULAR Schools, on the paymlent of the
nnual charge ot five dollars for Incidental
xpenses. The Regular Schools embrace
ATHEMATICS A N D MECHANIGAL
PHILOS)PHY, Prof. Judson ; L.? TIN
ANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, Prof.
~aer ; GREEK do., Prof. Smith ; CHEM
STRY AND NATURAL PHIILOSPHY,
Prof. Harris: LOGIC, RHETORIG, AND
STELLECTUAL AND MORAL PHIL
SOPH Y, Prof. Furman.
Dr. Faber will instruct in German,
French, and Spanish.
For instructiont in these languages, or in
Pracical Chemistry, there will be an extra
large, to be regulated by the size of the
Except to holders of scholarshilps, the
2arge for the year for Tuition and Inci
lentals, will be sixty-five dollars.
Good Boarding, exclusive of lights and
washing, cau be obtained at about $15.00
For Catalogues or Scholarships, address
JAMES C. FURMAN,
Dr. W. B. McKellar takes great pleasure
in returning his tianks to the public for
their kind and liberal patronage heretofore
extended to him, and would say to the pub
lic generally, that he feels determined to
renew his efforts in the future to do his
work cheaper and better than he ever did.
His nephew, Henry McKellar. hasjust com
menced the study of Dentistry, ard will
fill and extract teeth free of charge, for the
next three months; also insert teeth at a
very reduced price.
Notice what the Dental Vulcanite Com
Notice is hereby given, that Dr. W. B.
McKellar, of Newberry County, South Car
olina, is our only Licensee for the use of
Rubber as a base for artificial Dentures, in
Newberrs- County. All persons are hereby
cautioned against purchasing Rubber Dental
Plates of any parties NOT Licensed of this
Company, as by so doing they render them
selves equally liable to prosecution for in
fringement. A reward will be paid for in
formation that will lead to the convi-tion of
any parties of unlawful use of our Patents.
Treas. Goodyear Dent'l Vulcanite Co.
Boston, Juie 1st, 1869. 9 3m.
Buy the Best !
We now have on hand the following pop
ular styles of Ladies and Misses boop skirts:
The Dew Drop)
Reception Demi Quaker,
Grecian La Parie.
The Duplex Elliptic is a areat favorite with
the ladies, and is universally receommended
by the Fashion Magazines as the standard
skirt of the fai.hionable world.
To enjoy the following inestimable advan
tages, viz: Superior quailitv, perfect shape.
finish, flexibility, durability, comfort and
eeconomy. Buy the best.
MA f HIAS BARRE & SON.
WILSON & WVIHER.,
OPENING A CIIOICE STOCK
&c, &C. &c.
CONSISTING IN PART OF:
MOZ A MBI QUES,
PRINTS, CAUICOES, &C.
FANCY ARTIC LES, &
TE AS, MOL ASSES,
WOODEN WA RE,
STONE WARE, &C.
HATS, CA, BOOTS, SHOES &C,
For sale by D. MOWER.
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY
We will keep constent!y on hand a d
choice variety of fine Top and no Top
Buggies of the latest and most approv'ed
'Old Carriages and Buggies renovated
and made to look good as neW.
Special attention given to repairing fine
Carriages and Buggies which is important tl
Repairmng done in the best manner and .
at favorable prices
In connection with our factory we are I
filling orders for fine Carriages, light Rock- g
aways, Germantowns Pheatons, Top and v
no Top Buggies from a first clasa North- fi
ern Factory. Terms cafsh on delivery. o
Our factory is near the Depot. ji
J. TAYLOR & CO. a
July 21 28 Iy.
I will pay the highest market price for si
good Bees-war. A. HA RRIS.
Jly28e 29 tI.+
1869. SPRING 1869
ABRAMS,-GRIFFIN & HARGROVE
Have now in Store an elegant
LQNc~s & &0900i}e9'$
GAITERS & SHOES,
For Spring and Summez
wear. of every pattern, make and material,
which have been selected specially for thih
market. and we invite particular attentior
As we deal exclusively in this line, oul
Stock embraces a birge variety. and too, buy.
ir as we do, in such quantities, we can af
Sell as Cheap as
Cll and Examine our Stoc)
and be conrinccd.c-a
We return thanks to our friends and cus
tomers for the very liberal patronage be
stowed upon us in the past, and respectfully
ask a continuance of the same.
March 24 tf
MESSRS. B1RE & S01,
Takes pleasure in informing the Ladies
particularly, and the community at large,
that. an elegant Stock of Gdods is now open
for inspection. In the line of F.ne Goods,
special attention has been given, and the
Laces and Trimmings,
Is the conpletect and best ever before
breught out. While the Stock of
White and Heavy Goods,
And Dress Patterns in
Muslins and Calicoes,
Stripes, &c., &c.
Are of the best grades and qualities. To
which is added an elegant and beautiful
fang~ and $'oiIet Nt:fides.
All of these Goods are offeree at reason
able prices. Call and examine.
Mlarch 1'7 11 tf.
H A TS.
At Wholesale & Retail.
R. & IV J SMVFF1ELD,
Columbia, S. C.
ehave received our SPRING STOCK
>f the above Goods bought for cash, and
ill be sold at a small advance.
Country dealers supplied, and price!
;uaranteed AS LOW as any house south of
We keep the best fitting Shirts that are
nad.a. All the late styles of French Casi
ieres for custom work.
March 24 12 if.
state Agicultural & Mechanical
fficial Orgran of the South Carolina State Ag
ricultural and Nechnia1 Society.)
At an early date , the subscribers will pub%
kh the first number of a Monthly Magazine
evoted to the development of the material
terests of this State, and the whole South,
nel will distribute five thousand copies gra
aitously, so that every one may see what it
before subscribing. They intend to make
the best and hanrlsomest inductrial maga,
ine ever pub)lished at the South, and they
sk the cordial co-operation of every goced
iizen in this enterprise, which must re
ound to the public welfare.
Persons wishing copies of the first num%
er, will please send their address to
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELE~,
May 12 19 tf Charleston, 8. C.
The State of South Carolina.
ifth Circuit Court-Newberry-In Equity.
Having been appointed special Referee
Smany of the causes in the Equity Jurisdic
on of this Court, I would hereby notufy all
homn int may concern, that Courts of Re fer
nc will be held daily at my office from
o'clock A. M.L, to 2 P. M., until the 10th
ay of September next.
SILAs JOIILNSTONE, Referee.
Aug. 4 30 tf.
Notice to Cotton Planters.
We, the undersigned, be gleave to inform
ec growers of cotton, that we have made
raugemenits to run the following well
nown GINs BY STEAM, at our Warehouse
Columbia, this season, viz; Albany Star,
mery, Guillett, Carver, Brown, of Geor
a, and the great American Mills Gin ;
hich enables us to gin and pack thirty
re bales per day, giving the planter the
ption of either of the above gins, which
stifies us in offering our services at a
uch lower rate than any one else.
We are also prepared to enter into en
gements to gin and pack on plantations
Iany portion of the State.
Gins, Presses, Powers and Engines for
ALEXANDER & SPENCER.
Aun. 18 a2 et. Coh,mhia S. C.
250 Bus. Barley,
and Blue Stone,
for Sal.e by
R. MOORMAN & CO,
Sept. 1 34 tf.
The UNDERSIGNED having accepted
the AGENCY of the Firm of Msssas.
WISS & CO., Charleston, S. C., is prepared
to make LIBERAL A DVANCES on consign
ments of GOTTON to this HOUSE, or to
their friends in New York, Boston or else
By strict nttention to the best interests
of the PLANTER and SHIPPERS, he hopes
to merit a share of the patronage of the
Office at the store of Mr. P. Scott, where
in my absence, Mr. E. A. Scott will attend
to business for me.
JNO. S. HAIR.
Sept. 1 34 tf.
The State of South Carolina.
Newberry County-In the Court of Probate.
Rebecca Speake, vs. Louisa C. Kinard,
Petition for Dower.
It appearing to my satisfaction that Rob
ert B. Holman and Francis his wife, and
John W. IIumbet t and Minerva M. his wife,
parties defendant to this petition, reside be
vord the limits of this State, and on motion
of Messrs. Suber, Baxter and Johnstone,
It is ordered that said absent de.endants
do plead, answer or demur to this petition
within forty days from the publication
hereof, or the same will be taken pro. conk
fesso against them,
JOHN T. PETERSON,
Sep. 1. 31 6. J. P. N. C.
OF NEW YORK.
CASH CAPITA L-$2,000,000,
Assets 1st Jan'ry 1869, $3.966.282 30
Liabilities " 106,837 48
J. U. WASHBURN, Secretary.
Geo. M. LYON. Ass't Sec'ry.
T. B. GREENE, 2d Ass't. Sec'ry.
CHAS. J. MARtIN, President.
A. F. WILLMARTH,Vice-Prest,
D. A. HEALD, 2d Vice-Pres't.
A gent, Newberry, S. C.
August 4 30 tf.
LAU;RENS C. tI., S. C.
This establishment has been completely
furnished, and is now open for the accom
mod .tion of permanent and transient board
err. Table well supplied. RoQims com
fortable. Terms moderate.
J. Y. H. WILLIAMS, Proprietor.,
Aug. 4 30 tf.
New Orleans Molasses.
For sale by D O E
New an handsome styles of Spring Ptu,at
A fine assortment at D. MOWER'S.
Feb 10 tf.
K its New Mackerel and Salmon, for sale by
Feo 10tf D. MOWEE.
A uice stock of Sugars. Call and slsre
buin gat D. MOWER?S.
Leather, for sale by D. XOIE
NEW STORE-NW1 gToIj.
Cheese, Mackerel, Candy,
&c., &c.. &c.
March 3 D. P. BUZZHARDI.
A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
D RE SS GOO0DS,
SUITABLE FOR THE 8SIM1I1,
BEIRAGES, GRENADINES, LAWIS,
SHEER ORGANDIES, &c., &c.
We offer inducements as to price for all
Spring Dress Goods for the balance of the
Also, in receipt of a fresh lot of Chelly's
Kid Gloves, Silk and Lilse Gloves, Gloves
Fitting Corsets, Bone and Reed Corsets-all
numbers-a line of Trimming Ribbons; all
widths and colors, Fringes, Gimp, Braids.
Buttons. ac., &c.
An elegant assortment of Gents' Under
Vests, in silk, lisle thread, (brown .and
white), cotton, novia, gauze, merino, &c.
Another lot of handsome Shetland and
We always keep the best Toilet Articles,
Isuch as Glycerine, Palm 0OR, Pbncine Pam,
Ice. Castile, Honey, Almond and Congress
Soaps, Language of Flowers, Love among
the Roses, Opopponax,lblang,EI1ght Bloom.
ing Cereus, Burnet's standard Coge.
French and German imported Cologn'e, ~ah
Pomades, Cocoine, Caliston, &c.
Oar lhdesale Department
A nIce assortment ofprints, Bleached and
Brown Goods, just to hand, together with a5
fall line of other Goods for the Deparinenit,
Wrapping'.Paper, T wine, &,c.
Mayl1920 tf R. C. SHIVER,
A.few barrels of SUGAR, at
12j:c. per pound. For sale .by
JMAYE? & MARTJM