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GROVER & BAKER'S
fWere awarded the very Highest Prize,
16 liperial Cross of the Legion of Honor,
WAS CO:lERRD UPON REPEsNTATIYH
UOITION UNIVERSALLE, PARIS, 1887.
Were awarded the Highest Premiums at the
State Fairs of
New York, Vermont. New Jersey, Pennslva'.
aIa, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa,
Kentucky. Tennessee, Missouri, Alabama, Mis
sIsippi, Virginia, -orth Carolina, California
A the Fairs of the American Institute, Frank
Ma Institute, Maryland Institute, Mass. Me"
ehanjo's Association, Penn. Mechanic's Insti
a Louis Agricultural and Mechanic's As
Fist Prizes have also been awarded these
Xaohinea at the exibitions of London, Paris,
Dblin, Linz, Besancon, Bayonne, St. Dizier,
Chasa, and they have been furnished, by
spoeal command to the
Empr= of Prance, Empress of Austria. Em
gres of Russia, Empress of Brazil, Queen
of Spain, and Queen of Bavaria.
TIE GROVER t BAKER
Elastle.Stitch Sewing Machines
ARE SUPERIOR To ALL OTHERS FOR
THE FOLLOW1NG REASONS:
1. They sew with two threads direct from the
spools, and require no re-wicding.
3. They are more easily understood and used,
smd less liable to derangement than other ma
3. They are capable of executing perfectly,
11hmt obange of adjustment, a much greater
of work than other machiaes.
4. stitch made by these machines is much
ae lrm, elastio, and durable, especially upon
articles which reqnire to be washed and ironed,
than any other Mtitch.
- This stitch, owing to the manner In which
*theunder thread is inwrought, is much the most
plump and beautiful in use, and retai;s this
plumpness and beauty even upon articles fre%
giratly washed and ironed until they are worn
6. The structure of the ream is such that.
*cegh It be cat or broken at intervals of only
a few stitches, it will neither open, run nor
starl but remains Jim and durable.
~. bnlike other machines. these fasten both
ends of the seam by their own operation .
& With these machines, while tilk is used
p" the right or faced side of the seam, cotton
mybe used upon the other side without lessen.
ia" the strength or durability of the seam This
an be done on no other machine, and is a
great saving upon all articles stitched or made
TV with silk-.
9. These machines, in addition to their supe.
riwrsoedts as instruments for sewing. by a change
iutnnt, easily learned and Ptgctiaed, ece%
D s beautidl and lerlnent em
hrddery and ornamental work.
Agent for South Carolina,
279 King Street, Charleston.
Notice to Trespassers.
All persons are hereby warned against
trespassing upon my plantntion, either for
tbe pnrpoee of bunting, fishing, or simply
waaking through my grounds. The law
4jM be rigidly enforced against all offen
J. H. GRALTAM.
July 11 31 St.
Laud for Sale.
or eder of the Probate Court for New
County, I will sell on the first Mon
dayf September next, at New berry Court
- es, the lands belon2ing to the Estate of
.Mdltwalt deceased, containing t wo
bandred Acres (more or less,) bounded by
bands of Win. P. Harmon, Henry Stockmnan,
Jabs Doinikk, Henry Dominick, and
Tlerms. of Sale-on a credit of twelve
mouths; with interest from day of sale.
War ensbeing required to give bo".d
with at least two good sureties and a Mort
gage of the premises to secure the purchase
.msy,'or may pay the same in eash.
- GEORGE G. DEWALT,
Qualified Executor. c
jgasCamy put up in25i and 50 lb
* eas smitable for the trade, which we war
sna huily pure. Manufactured from
Gash S.gr-and warranted to keep in all
279 King Street,
Charleston, S. C.
Impetehsistoya and fancy goods.
.PME HITE CORN
* o-operation Store.
Aug. 11 81 tf. ' Sec. and Trees.
The State of South Carolina.
bury W. Dominlck and wife, vs. Anus Lake,
st. al. Bill for Petition, Acounit, &c.
S o the satisfaction of the Court
Ost Lake e of the pate'Defendant
im this ese, is absent beyond the limits of this
Stame. O, motion of Messrs. Fair, Pope & Pope,
Enpi'gh Soiotors, is. is ordered that he plead
sinewr er demnar to said bill in forty days from
ethe same will be taken pro confeso
Charleston, S. C.
BOARD PER DAY, $3.00.
as II. L. BUT TERFIELD,
*Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps,
Bottled Wines and Liquors.
A supply of these justly celebrated goods
for medicinal and private use, just received
by the undersigned Agents for Newberry.
Jan 27 ly
., !hisplesanftly located HOTEL, unsur
udby any House in the South for comn
fetand healthy locality, is open to Tray
oelers and others seeking BOARD for the
Odiner. Families can be accommodated
with nice, airy rooms, on reasonable terms,
"A eml is solicited."
May 19 20 Sf WM. A. WRIGHT.
A :good Carriage Smith. A man of
steady babits will find constant employmnent.
4pply to * J. TAYLOR & 0C
&u... o5 33 a. Newberry, S C.
INSURE IN THE
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ALEX. WHILLDIN, President.
GEO. NUGENT. Vice-President.
JOHN S. WILSON, secretary.
JOHN C. SIMMS, Actuary.
Assets, - - $2,500,000.
Annual Income, 1,000,000.
The American-Is now one of the Oldest
Compauies in the United States, Chartered
rhe American-Has $200 of Assets for
every $l0t) of Liabilities.
The American-Never lost a dollar of in
The American-Issues policies on ALL de
The American-Makes ALL policies non-for
'he American-Pays Life Policies to the
insured at the age of eighty years.
he American-Has no unnecessary restric
tions on travel and residence.
he American-Declares dividends annual
ly at the end of the first year.
Che American-Pays all losses promptly.
Has all the tables of rates for Life, En
lowment, Income Producing, Return Pre
ium, Premium Reducing, Children's En
lowment Policies, and grants Annuities on
uost favorable terms. Its rates are low.
Et has both the mutual and stock plans. 1
CALDWELL&BRENIZER, Gen'l Agents
\orth and South Carolina. Office First
ational 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. C.
g" Agents Wanted. Liberal arrange- i
neats will be made with men who MEN i
trsEsss. June 9 22 1y. ]
DITIZEN'S SAVINGS' BANK
Office on Pratt Street. I
Genl. WADE HAMPTON, President.
J. B. PALMER, Vice,President.
Thomas E. GREGG, Cashier.
G. T. SCOTr, Assistant Cashier.
PAIR, POPE & PO PE, Solicitors.
Local Finance Board.
JOHIN T. PETERSON,
EMANUEL S. COPPOCK,
RUEBEN S. CHICK.
[nterests on Deposits at the
Rate of 6 Per Cent., Per
From 9 a. in., to 5 p. mn.
L(Extract from By-Laws.]
"Depsts may be made by any .minor
,'er the g.ge of twelve years, either with ori
ithout a guardian, and by married women
their own names. E.nms of $1 and up,
ard will be received, but no interest shall
,e paid on the fractional parts of $1, nor on
y sum where the whole deposit is less than
5, nor for the frac'.ional part of a month."
Will be ready for Business .May 1st.
May 5 18 6mn.
rhomas S. Moorman,a
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Has resumed the practice of the Law at
his place, and can be found for the presentC
t the Store of R. Moorman & Co.
Feb 2t8 tf
heeler & Wilson Manufac
Is enabled to select the most perfect .
inished Machines, and forward them to9
hose who may want, at the manufac-.
urer's price, free of commissions to the
urchaser. Any orders sent through ;
silas Jobnstone & Wmn. F. Nance, will,
eceive prompt attention.
Baker & Confectioner,
Newberry, 8. C.
Respectfully informs his many customers
tnd the pchlic generally that his
New Bake Oven
now completed, and by its convenient ar
angeert he can bake any and everything
n his line at the shortest possible notice,
Cakes, Pastry, &C.,
n satisfactory and handsome style. Parties
tnd Dinners furnished at shortest notice.
Fresh bread, pies and cake on hand.
!eals served at any hour.
Fish, oysters and game can be had at all
Thinkful for past favors he solicits a con
inuance of the liberal patronage heretofore
Dec. 2 49 tf.
T. P. Forreston,
Jobber and dealer in
ERMAN, FRENCH, ENGUSH AND
Iosiery, Trimmings and Fancy
Goods, Musical Instruments,
Liso Fashionable Emporium of Designs for
tampig, Braiding & Embroidery
Constantly on hand a largs and well
assorted stock of
Braids, French Embroidery, Cot
ton and Linen and Silk Floss,
N. 81 UING ST., CaARLE8TON, 8. V.
LAND COMHISSIONEF'S OFFICE.
Columbia, S. C. August 11, 1S69.
Notice is hereby given that this Office is
now organized, in accordance with the law
creating the same, and is ready to proceed
to business. In the purchase of Lands
the interests of the State will be carefully
guarded. It is the desire of the (Comnis
sioner to purchase none other than good
lands, in good localities, at their fair mar
ket value, and at such prices as the same
Lands would be sold to private individuals.
Arrangements have been made by which
the Bonds authorized to be issue I for the
purchase of Lands will be converted to
eurrency, and Lands so purchased will be
paid for in currency. The Commissioner
invites all parties owning desirable Land=,
in desirable localities, wihing to sell then.,
itnd willing to take market prices, to for
ward their proposals, giving a description
Af the Lands for sale, their locality, quality
and adaptation to the production of cott'.n,
-orn, and grains gvnerally, with a aiew to
the commencement of negociations for the
ale of said Lands to the State.
C. P. LESLIE,
Aug 18 32 3t.
District Court of the United States.
For the District of South Carolina. In Bank.
ruprcy. In the matter of J. W. Chappell
To whom it may concern: The under,
igned hereby gives notice of his appoint
nent as Assignee of the estate of J. W.
Jhappell of the County of Newberry, and
state of South Carolina, within said County,
ho has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his
wn petition by the district court of said disx
net. Dated 9th day of August, A. D., :869.
J. W. SPEARMAN, Assignee.
Aug. 18 32 3t.
District Court of the United States.
for the District of South Carolina. In Bank%
ruptcy. In the matter of W. F. Peterson
to wttuom it may concern: The under
igned hereby gives notice of his appoint
nent as Assignee of the Estate of W. F. Pe,
erson. of the County of Newberry, and State
> South Carolina. within said County, who
tas been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own
>etition by the district court of said district.
)ated 9th day of August. A. D., 1869.
THOS. H. CHAPPELL, Assignee.
Aug. 18 32 3t.
[n the District Court of the U. S.
District of South Carolina.
n Re C. D. Spearman-Bankrupt-Ex parte
This is to notify all lien creditors of the
state of said Bankrupt, to prove their liens
>efore C. G. Jaeger, Registrar, at Newberry
. H., on or before the 1st September next,
>r be debarred from the benefit of any decree
o be made in the above stated case.
By order of the Court. 16th Aug.. 1869.
JOHN F. SPEARAAN, Assignee.
Aug. 18 32 3t.
J. N. ROBSON,
Nks. I& 2, Atlantic Wharf,
C HA RL ESTO0N, S.C0.
Having ample means for advances, a bus
ness experience of twenty years, and eon
ining himself strictly to a Commission
usiness, without operating on his own ac
:ount, respectfully solicits consignments of
lotton, Flour, Wheat, Corn, &c.
Shippers of Produce to him may, at their
>ption, have their consignments sold either
n Charlestou or New York ; thtts having
he advantage of two markets, without ex
Bishop W. MI. Wightman, S. C; Col.
E"m. Johnson, Charlotte N. C; Rev. T. 0.
~ommers, Tenn.; Hon. John P. King, Au
~usta. Ga. ; Messrs. Geo. W. Williams &
o., Charleston, S. C. ; Messrs. Williams,
aylor & Co., New York.
April 28 17 ly.
rH E Advertiser, having been restored to
health in a few weeks, by a very sim
le remedy, after having suffered several
ears with a severe lung affection, and tha t
tread disease, Consumption-is anxio'us to
nake known to his fellow sufferers, the
neans of cure. -
To all who desire it, he 'will send a copy
>f the prescription used (free of charge),
rith the directions for preparing and using
he same, which they will find a sure cure
or Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, etc.
Te object of the Advertiser in sending the
'rescription is to benefit the afflicted, and
pread information which he conceives to be
nyaluable; and he hopes every sufferer will
ry his remedy, as it will cost them nothing,
nd may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the Prescription, will
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., N.- Y.
June 2 21 1y.
Sgentleman who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay,
ud all the effects of youthful indiscretion,
il, for the sake of suffering humanity,
end free to all who need it. the receipt and
irections for making the simple remedy by
rhich he waascenred. Sufferers wishing to
>rofit by the Advertiser's experience, can do
o by addressing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN,
Juine 221 ly. No. 42 Cedar,.st., N.YT.
Get The Best
Suitable for all Buildings, Dwellings,
arns, Churches, Factories, &c., and for
11 climates; equally adapted to fiat or
teep roofs, and can be applied by any or
THlE READY ROOFING
Is more durable than tin, and does not
~ost one-half as much. It is cheaper than
hingles, far more durable, and fire-proof. It
a made of the heaviest fabric ever used for
he purpose, and is put, up in rolls ready
or shipment to any part of the world.
end for Circular and Samples, (sent free.)
WE Atso MAsPCriTURE.
For repairing all kinds of leaky roofs,
timneys, sky-lights, &c. This Roofing
~ement forms a permanent adhesive coat
ng over the whole surface of all roofs,
'hether tin, shingle or composition, corn
letely closing up leakages, and, being eom
>osed largely of ground Granite, which sets
nd hardens, and soon becomes an artificial
LATE or SToiE covering.
For coating tin and all kinds of metal
nd composition roofs. It will not run,
rack or peal off, but form a permanent
nd perfect protection wherever placed.
t is furnished at half the cost, and posses
es twice the durability of the common oil
aints used for such purposes.
County rights for sale.
For Circulars and all particulars,
iEADY ROO0IG Company.
81 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
'EDE, 1 ep ostnlyo
>perate w ll Out of th -mn
The most Beuiss isostingar
sToe undesigne hver foreay pandr
oipefrate well.tice of wi the Say
Thurtnd ented tae fomeouprt,fr
te District of South Carolina. Office at
'ewberry, S. C.
JAMES M. BAXTER,
April 7 14 tf. SILAS JOHNSTONE.
Importer and Dealer in
ine Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Silver and Plated
Ware, Spectacles, Eye Glasses,
Fancy Goods, &c.
Nos 307 KIng Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY RE
AIRED. dec 21y
Office Laurens R. R ,
Lauren. C. H., S C., April 29, 1868.
On and after Tuesday. 12th May next the
trains on this road will commence runnmng
> return on same day; to connect with up
nd down trains on Greenville and Colum
ba Railroad, at Helena; leaving 1.anrens at
5A. M., on Tuesdays, Thursday's and Sat
urday's, and leaving Helena at 1i P. M., on
sme days, J. S. BOW ERS.
Supt. L. R. R.
outh Carolina R. R. Company,
ENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
A PRiL 9, 1869.
N AND AFTER SUNDAY, 11TH in,
stant, the following Schedule for F'AS%
SENGER TR AINS, will be observed:
DAT PASSENGER TRAIN.
ea' ing Columbia at..........7 45 a. mn.
Arriving at Columbia at........--. 6.10 p. m.
NIGH T RiPREsS TR AIN.
Leaving Columbia at...----......... 5 20 p m.
Arriving at Columbia at.............. 4.45 a. mn.
Will run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Satur.
Arriving in Columbia at............ 11 .03) a. m.
eaving Columbia at......----.... 22 p. m.
Te Train now running between Columbia
and Kingville, in connection with the Throuah
Mail fram, will be taken off on Sunday, April
April 14 General Superintendent
reenville & Columbia R. R.
ON and after SATURDAY, the 6th
instant, Passenger Trains will run daily,
Sundays excepted, connecting with Night
aip on South Carolina and Charlotte and
Sot Carolina Railroads, as follows:
Leave Columbia at..........7--- .00 a. mn.
"Aiston at............- 855 '
"Newberry at........... 10.35
Arrive at A bbeville at.......,30 p. m.
" at Anderson at........- .15"
" at Greenville at........ 6.00"
Leave Greenville at............600 a. in.
"Anderson at............ 6.45 ,
"Abbeville at............ 8.45'
"Newberry at..........1.25 p.,mn.
" Alston at.... .........00
Arrive at Columbia at...........5.00 "
Trains on the Blue Ridge Railroad will
aso rn daily, Sundays excepted.
Leave Anderson at...........- 520 p. m.
"Pendleton at........... 6 20 "
Arrive at Waihalla at........8.800 "
Leave WaThalla at...........4400 a. in.
"Pendleton at........... 5.40"
Arrive at Anderson at........640 "
The train will return from Belton to An
erson on Monday and Friday mornings.
JA MS 0. MREITH, Runt.
[D WITHOUT EXTENS
ual, n-sno ol aeto crack~
and alarge asso teto' te at
Stoes hae sld not S oneto y
ed o in ts vriou braches and all
(Sceso to . H . LES&C.
oPPSIT - 1:aE T T
Plas eain adtet hi toe n
Ftor Enoy in keue il ;aea
Fore fClaspanyit in aking Bil-ha
ingle and isrotiliabl toc;c
anm let;rmeto thrpt
iedor Clnivasos brn Cheokind al
WBlale andiig Retih
CortSoothness o ~Castings
ole Aeamorine alfs th Stve n.dC
Jawlfn d 27 tf4 e erseti t e
For aduatraility, h i0isat
For Caciny tis Roakig,Bwil - veydy
Grengil and Boling;lra a n
For Cn.Leainersn C.o ockg
Fo m.;eae Pedl o f H eat.im
a king;l aveP ndton,l5.4 , a.im. h
UP TRINe r riv s all Pensumton0
Forin S oones f Cusultiegfo
ariva l e of Fh .&C r in ish
Tersno "Cond PlFiant"
vill,910. ar tdala, 10. .
Som.;leavetfoe Wahalf the ate ofm. ;eae.
Pcenduleon Blu. Rdgm. R
Jte ri8 o ti sRodwluneerie dt.
Tnin-waexeprd cne,tn it l
Greeni and Coumi W iroadM a .
ulICk, boil as fast, broil as nice, and
ma'ny aidvantages which no other
as many stoves arc. Besides the
erns, all of which are warranted to
nowledge has faiiled to give entire
work will be done at short notice.
W. T. WRIGHT.
REV. J. B. EILLHOUSE-ParacIPA.
Miss FANNIE LEATELL,
ME, F. WERBE-Professor of Music.
CoL S. FAR-Chairman Board Trustees.
Terms per quarter, of 21 months, payable
Prima:ry Department, Spelling. Read
ing. Writing and First Lessons in
Arithmetic, English Grammar and
in Geography,..... .. ...5.00
Englis~h Grammar, Geography, Arith
metic and History,... .......7.50
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
B3oard ing. 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 dispatch-at usual prices. Or,
ders can be left at Mr. J. E. Peterson's office,
or sent to me through the Postoffice at this
place G. M. G[RARDEAU.
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
priees. They receive new supplies every
week, and iuvite an examination of theirI
stock. March 24 12 tf.
low Lost, Hlow Restored.
Just published, a new edition of Dr. Culb
verwell's Celebrated Essay on the i'adical
cure (without mecdicine) of' Spermatorrhea,
or Seminal Weakness. Involuntary Geminal
Losses. Impotency, Mental and Physical In,
capacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc.;
also, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits;
induced by helf-indulgence or sexual exs
tt7Price, in a sealed envelope, only six
The celebrated author, in this admirable
essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty
years' successful praictice, that the alarming
consequences or self,abuse may be radically
cured without the dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife;
pointing out a mode of cure at once simple,
certain, and effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately
87l'his Lecture should be in the hands of~
every youth and every man 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,
CIIAS. J. C. K LINE & Co.,
127 Bowery, N~. Y., Port- offce Box 4,586.
July7 26 ly .
COLUMBIA, S. C.
T HE PROPRIETORS take pleasure in an,
nouncing that this elegantly.furnished
Establishment is now open for the accom
modation of guests. The table will always
be supplied with every delica'cy of the sea%
son-both from New York and Charleston
Markets, arnd no efforts will be spared to
give perfect satisfaction, in overy respect, to
W M. GORMA N, PIoPrY,ETORS.
H. H. BADEN HOP,J
ayw 5 15
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK.
INCORPORATED, - - - - -142i
CASII ASSETS OVER THIRTY MIL
LIONS OF DOLLARS.
Cash Income, 1867, over TEN MILLIONS&
Dividends to Policy Hollers, 1867, $2,236,
New Policies Issued in 1867, 19,406.
The Company is PURELY MUTUAL. N
dividends to stockholders. The entire pro,
fits are returned to the assured, thus causing
Policies to become SELF.SUSTAINING in
thirteen year , 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 Reat
Estate, in the city of New York, over SETr
ENTEEN MILLIONS of dollari.
It is the richest Company in the world.
Its policies are non-forfeitable. Its divi.
dends are the largest.
Applications for Columbia, and the North.
ern portion of South Carolina, received by
GREGG, PALMER & CO.,
BENSoN M. JoNEs, Agent at Newberry.
JAMES MCINTOSH, M. D., Medical Exe-m
Feb. 10 6 1y.
Purifies the Blood.
E'r Sale by Druggis rEv6 ilra
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 28 17 6m
CHAREE0 S C
8 AM l C p88
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly or.
hand a full assort mnent of the above approved
cases, of different patterns, besides coffina.
of his own make, all of which he is.prepared.
to furnish at very reasonable rates, witly
promptness and despaitch.
Persona desirous of having, cases sent.by
railroatd will have them sent free of charge.
A Hearse is always on hand and w11-be
fnrnished 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 reader
the utmost satisfaction.
A. C. C2HAPMAN
Newherry S. C., July 31.
Sash & Blind.
The subscriber takes lIeasure i,n.an4pune
ing to this community 'that, having inade
all necessary arrangemnents, he will be able
Sash with and without.
Glass, and Blinds.
At Very Moderate Rates !!
ANDREW C.~CH APMAN,
Oct.7 41 tf. Newberry C. H., 8.
SOUHER TO I
Cha rest,l, .1 C.
Dec.23 5 ly
Progritor inor th iies+fr .ths
muitCha he oairlyStd: bus
neatness and ptaity angoert
rates. Orders maiy be left at the 1(erala