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THE anniversary of St. John's Day, 24th of
June, will be celebrated by Hiram Lodge, No. 68,
A; F. M. Public addresses will be delivered in
the University Chapel by Hon. James L. Orr and
Rev. S.A. Weber, beginning at eleven o'clock a.
m. The Lodge will meet at 10 o'clock, whun the
procession "will be formed, under the direction of J
the Chief Marshal and his Assistants. Tho vari?
ous Masonic bodies in this county and the craft
generally are fraternally invited to unite .in the
procession. The Anderson Brass Band haw kind?
ly consented to furnish music for the occasion.
The public are respectfully invited to attend.
A dinner will be served up in Masonic Hell at 2
o'clock p. m. Tickets can be had of the under?
J. B. CLARK,
f; W. W. HUMPHREYS,
- M. LESSER,
Committee of Arrangements.
June 10; 1869 60 3
Burning Bush Chapter, No. 7, R.\A.\M.\
A REGULAR CONVOCATION OF BURNING
BUSH CHAPTER wiU be held in the Ohapter
Room on MONDAY NIGHT, July 5, 1869, at
woven o'clock. Companions will assemble with?
out further notice.
By order of the M.-.E.-.H.
1 . GEORGE MBNRO, Seo.
jgf Wthhx Council, No. 4, Royal and Select
Masters, will convene immediately after the closing
of the Chaptar.
June 17,1869 61 4
HIRAM LODGE, No. 68, A/. F.vM.\
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF HIRAM
LODGE wiU be held in-the Lodge Room on MON?
DAY NIGHT, July 12th, 1869, at half-past seven
o'clock. Brethren will take due notice ana govern
-. By order of the W. ?. M. ??
J. A. BROCK, Sec.
Jane 17,1869 51 2
HERMON LODGE, No. 116, A. F. M.
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF HERMON
LODGE will be held in the Lodge Room at Mil
ford's, on Saturday, July 3rd, 1869, at 10 o'clock
a. m. Brethren will take due notice and govern
By order of the W.\ M.\
G. W. BELCHER, Sec.
June 17,1869 51 4 ?
Mtin Lodge, No. 130, A/. F.\ M.\
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF BELTON
LODGE will be held in the Lodge Room at Belton,
8. C, on THURSDAY, June 17, 1869, at 10
o'clock A. M. Brethren will take duo notice and
govern themselves accordingly.
By order of the W.\ M.\
W. 0. ALEXANDER, Sec.
? June 3, 1869 49 3
PENDLETON LODGE, No. 34, A. F. M.
A REULAR COMMUNICATION OF PENDLE?
TON LODGE will be held in the Lodge Room on
8ATURDAY, June 19th, 1869, at 3 o'clock p.
m. Brethren .will take due notice and govern
By order of the W.\ M.\
W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sea
Jane 6, 1869 48 2
Living Arch Chapter, No. 21, R.\ A.\M.\
A REGULAR CONVOCATION OF LIVING
ARCH CHAPTER will be held in the Chapter
Room on SATURDAY, June 19th, 1869, at 7
o'clock p. m. Companions will assemble without
By order of the M.-. S.\ H.\ P.\
A. J. SITTON, Sec.
Jane 3, 1869 49 3
WILLIAMSTON LODGE, No. ^24, A.F.M.
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF WIL
LIAMSTON LODGE will be held in the Lodge
Room at Williamston, S. C, on Thursday, June
24th, 1869, at 10 o'clock A. M. Brethren are re?
quested to be punctual in attendance.
By order of the W.\ M.-.
J. R. WILSON, Sec.
June 8, 1869 48 8
BY virtue of writs of Fiera Facias to mo directed,
I will expose to sale on Saleday next, at Anderson
C. H., within the usual hours of sale, the following
properiy, to wit:
One Tract of Land, containing 13 acres, more
or less, known as the Mill Tract, on waters of |
Wilson'B creek, adjoining lands of D. L. Hall and
Esekiel Hall, levied on as the property of J. P.
Tucker, at the suit of Martha Jane Young, for?
One Tract of Land, containing 1184 acres, snore
?r leas, on waters of Mountain creek, adjoining
lands of M. J. Dean, Z. Gentry and others, levied
on an4he property of J. T. Dean, at the suit of j
Mary R. Sloan, Adm'r.
Terms Cash?purchasers to pay for titles and
WM, McOUKIN, s.a.0.
Jane 10, 1869 50
IN pursuance of an order made by W. W. Hum?
phreys, Judge of Probate for Anderson county,
directed to me, I will sell on the first Monday in
Jnly next, in front of the Court House door at
Anderson, within the legal hoars:
One Tract of Land, containing 27 acres, more
or less, bounding lands of Martin Compton, Hen?
ry N. White, Wm. Brownlee and others. Sold to
make distribution among the heirs at law of Da?
vid Heller, deceased, and for payment of debts.
Terms.?On a credit of twelve months, with inter?
est from day of sale?purchaser giving bond with
surety, and a mortgage of the premises, to secure
the payment of the purchase money, with leave to
anticipate payment at any time. Costs to be paid
WM. McGUKIN, s.a.c.
June 10, 1869 50 4
Velocipede in Town!
FOR SALE, a large No. 1 two-horse CAR?
RIAGE and HARNESS, nearly as good as new,
and originally costing $600. will be sold cheap for
cash, or will be exchanged for another vehicle. A
bargain may be had on early application to John
A. Reeves, or the undersigned.
June 10, 1869 50 3
ALL persons indebted to Bewley, Keese & Co.,
and Keese & McCully, will please come forward
and close their accounts by cash or note. Cash is
preferred, as we need raonev.
KEESE & McCULLY.
June 10, 1869 60 2m
KEESE & McCULLY,
AGENTS FOJi THE BATH PAPER MILLS.
June 10, 1869 50 2m
O. A.. REED'S,
Corner Old Anderson Hotel.
AFTER THIS DATE-1 OFFER MY STOCK OF
Boots and Shoes,
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE,
Crockery and Glassware, &c.,
At Greatly Reduced Prices For
MPo JYot .1 s& For Credit,
In addition to th* above mentioned goods, I
have on hand a large and well selected stock of
BUGGY MATERIAL AU D IRON,
Which I will sell at prices to suit all, and also keep
a full assortment of
5 'RICEj&c.,- &c,
Always fresh, and will be sold at the lowest figures
for the MONEY only. * ? J
I respectfully invite old friends, customers and
the public generally to call and examine for them?
selves. ? v . ")
C. A. REED. -
June 10, 1869 50 3
CATER & MARTIN,
Successors to Eeese & McCully,
NO. 10 GRANITE ROW.
WE have this day purchased from Messrs. Reese
& McCully their entire stock of Merchandize,
which consists of a general assortmont of
Boots, Shoes and Hats,
Crockery, Iron, Nails,
Castings, Oils, Paints, Sco.,
Our stock will be replenished iu a few days with
a fine assortment of Goods, Sought in the best
markets in the United States.
We invite the attention of our friends and the
public generally to call and see us at: the well
known stand, No. 10 Granite Row, and give us a
CATER & MARTIN,
No. 10 Granite Row.
June, 10, 1869 50 3m
Notice to Tax Payers.
DEPUTY COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. >
Greenville, S. C, June 2, 1869. |
1 HAVE received the Annual List for tbe year
1869. Also, the April List for Greenville, Ander?
son, Pickens and Oconee. I will bo in my office
at Greenville C. H. on the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 7th, 8th
and 9th June; at Anderson on the 11th and 14th ;
at Greenville on the 16th, 17th and 18th ; at New
Pickens on the 22nd; at Anderson on tbe 25th,
26th and 28th ; at Walhalla on the 29th and 30th;
at Pendleton on Thursday, 1st July; at Anderson
on Friday, 2nd, 3rd and 5th ; and the following
week at Greenville, for tho purpose of collecting
the Internal Revenue Taxes.
Parties are requested to come forward on the
days above specified and make payment, thereby
avoiding the penalties which will be added as re?
quired by law.
Persons owing taxes assessed on tbe old lists
would do well to settle at once, as I will be com?
pelled to force payments just as soon as possible.
A. L. COBB, Deputy Collector.
June 10,1869 50 4
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
ON and after Saturday, the 6th instant, the
Trains on this Road will run every day, Sunday's
excepted, connecting with the Greenville and Co?
lumbia Railroad at Anderson:
Up Train-.?Leave Anderson 5.20 o'clock p.m.;
leave Pendleton 6.20 p. m.
Down Train.?Leave Walhalla, 4 o'olock a. m.;
leave Pendleton, 5.40 a. m.
Up Train.?Arrive at Pendleton, 0.20 p. m.;
arrive at Walhalla, 8 o'clock p. n>.
Down Train.?Arrive at Anderson, 8.40 a.m.
Waiting one hour after usual time for arrival of
the G. & C. train.
An accommodation train will leave Anderson on
Mondays and Fridsys:
Up Train.?Leave Anderson at 7.30 a.m.; leave
Pendleton, 8.20; leave Perryvillc, 9.10; arrive
at Walhalla, 10.
Down Train.?Leave Walhalla on Mondays at
11 a.m.; and an Fridays at 1.30 p.m.
W. H. D. GAILLARD, Sup'L
June-3, 1869 49
Matthew Breazcale vs. David K. Breazeale, et al.
Petition for Distributive Share of Estate to pay
BY virtue of an order of Court in this case, all
persons having olaims against David K. Breazeale,
jr., are required to prove the same before mo on
or before the Thirtieth day of August next, or be
debarred the benefits of this suit.
JOHN W. DANIELS, c.c.a.c.
Clerk's Office, Anderson, S. O., 1
June 10, 1809. / 50?6
wm. s. kcesb. newton a. m'CULIT.
KEESE & McCLILLY,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 11 Granite Row?Up Stairs.
June 10,18G9 50 2m
WE, the undersigned, have this day formed n
copartnership in the Mercantile IJusiness in tho
name and style of the firm of Cater & Martin.
THOS. M. CATER,
VINCENT F. MARTIN.
June 2, 1869 . 60 3
REAL & PERSONAL ESTATE.
In the Matter of ")
THOMAS J. PICKENS,} In Bankuuptcy.
BT virtue of ah Order from his Honor Judge
Bryan, I will sell at Anderson Court House, on
SATURDAY, 19th DAY OF JUNE NEXT, the
following property of Thomas J. Pickens, a Bank?
rupt, to wit:
One Piano, two Pistols, one Geld Watch,
Two Mules, one old Buggy,
One four-horse Wagon, one one-ho/se Wagon,
One Shot Gun, .
< One Note on Willis Robertson for SI00,
One ifoteon T. W; Harris for $59,
One cotton Gin,
?? Shares Blue Ridge Railroad Stock,
All the right, title and interest of said Thom?
as J. Pickens in tbe Real and Personal Es?
tate of the late Ezekiel Picke is, dec'J,
All the right, title and interest in the Estate
of tbe late George Barksdale, deo'd,
All his right, title and interest in ; he Estate
of the late Jeremiah Miles, dee'd.
At the same time and place, the Real Estate of
Baid Bankrupt, consisting of the following lands,
TRACT NO. 1,
Or the homestead, containing Two Hundred and
Eighty-five acres, more or less, situate in Ander
son County, bounding lands of Thomas Dickson,
Dr. W. L. Jenkins ahd'othera.
TRACT NO. 2,
Containing Two Hundred and Thirty-se^en acres,
bounding Tract No. 1, lands of Thomaii Dickson
Terms of Sale.?Personal Property, cash.
Real Estate, one-third cash?balance on a credit
of six months, with interest from day of sale/;
purchaser to give, bond and mortgage, with ap?
proved security, for the payment of the purchase
money, with leave to pay cash, or anticipate pay?
ment at any time.
JOSEPH N. BROWN,
May 27, 1SG9 48 4
J. B. CLARK & SON,
GENTS' FURNISHING STORE,
NO. 6 GRANITE ROW,
HAVE just received, in addition to their stock,
some new and desirable patterns of
Suitable for Summer suits, which are going very
fast, and should our customers wish something
nice, we would like to-supply them as early as
Remember, that we keep constantly on hand
Goods suitable for our trade.
We would also respectfully call attention to the
Empire Sewing Machine,
For which we are the only agents in the up-coun?
try. These Machines have established their su?
periority over all the known Machines of the kind,
lad the Company is ready to furnish c?rti6cates
of the best manufacturers and privnto tailors to
the trade. ' 1
The No. 3 Machine will do all kinds of heavy
and large work quicker and better than anything
ever produced on a Sewing Machine-; its strength
;iud durability is beyond conception.
The No. 2 is used alike for fine and heavy work;
its speed for a Shuttle Machine, by steam 1200
nitches por minute, stands unrivalled. This ma?
chine combines all the qualities of a first-class
Family Machine, with the capacity of a superior
manufacturing machine, and is used extensively
by tailors, seamstresses and shoemakers.
June 3, 186*.? 49 6
NEW TIN SHOP!
L. C. BRADDY & CO.,
East Corner Masonic Building,
Manufacturers of all kinds
Tin Ware, Store Pipe, &e.
KEEP constantly on hand a full assortment of
all articles in their line. They also keep for sale
the very latest improved
Which they offer low for cash.
All persons desirous of purchasing Tin Ware,
Stoves, &c, &c, will do well to call and examine
our stock and list of prices before purchasing
For correct representations of the styles and
variety of Stoves offered by us, reference is asked j
to our large handbills.
L. C. BRADDY,
May 13, 1869 46
State Agricultural & Mechanical Magazine.
(Official Organ of the South Carolina State
Agricultural and Mechanical Society.)
AT an early date, the subscribers will publish
the first number of a Monthly Magazine, devoted
to the development of the material interests of
this State, and the whole South ; and will distrib?
ute five thousand copies gratuitously, so (hat every
one may see what it is before subscribing. They
intend to make it tbe best and handsomest indus?
trial magazine ever published at the South, and
they ask the cordial co-operation of every good
citizen in this enterprise, which must redound to
the public welfare. Persons wishing copies of the
first number, will please send their address to
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
Charleston. S. C.
May 13, 1869 46
m. oqldsuith. V. kim>.
GOLDSMITH & KIND,
Founders and Machinists,
PHOENIX IRON WORKS, COLUMBIA, S. 0.,
Steam Engines of all sizes, Horse Powers,
Circular and Muley Saw Mills,
Flour, Grist, Sugar Cane and Cider Mills,
Ornamental. House and Store Fronts,
Railings for Grave Yards,
Brass and Iron Castings of all kinds,
Slade to order on short notice and on I he most
May 27, 1869 43 8m
JEROME FA6AN & BROTHERS,
manufacturers and dealers in
CABINET FURNITURE, SPRING BEDS,
MATTRESSES, ,jr., ?c.
Warerooms?Main Street, Columbia, S. C.
/ One Door South of Washington Streut.
WE arc now receiving a splendid line of Parlor
and Ued Room furniture, which in style, cheap- I
ness and elegance of finish cannot be surpassed
South of Baltimore.
May 27, 1869 48 8m
Columbia, So. Ca.
THE subscriber would respectfully announce
to the inhabitants of Anderson and the surround?
ing Districts in the upper country, that he has
opened a new Dry Goods Store in Columbia, S. C,
OlSt MAIN ?TREET,
Under the new Hotel,
Where he intends to keep a full line of Goods,
suited to the wants of the public in general, and
will put them at prices that will be satisfactory to
the closest buyers. His stock will consist of
Hosiery, Gloves, EmbroidorioB,
Collars and Cuffs,
White Goods, Linens,
. Table Damasks, Napkins, Doylies,
\ Towelliig, in great variety,
Quilts, all kinds and qualities,
. ' Checks, Striped Demins,
Cloths, Cassini eres,
Plain, Plaid and Striped Linen for sura
. Gents* White Shirts,
Collars, Cuffs, .
Suspenders and Cravats,
Handkerchiefs, in tape borders and hem?
stitched for ladies, gents k children,
Together with a thousand and one other articles
too numerous to. enumerate.
Those doing business in the upper country
would do well to give him a oall when iu need of
anything in his line, as they will
Save Time and Money
By so doing.
WM. D. LOVE,
Columbia, S. C.
May 20, 1869 47 3m
BEER, BEER, BEER!
THE Commissioner of Agriculture, in his report
for the year I860, spci?ks as follows:
"There can be no doubt of the general adultera?
tion of all malt liquors. In England and other
countries, where heavy penalties are imposed, and
an increasing vigilance practiced to detect and
punish such frauds, by a system of inspection of
all malt liquors manufactured before exposed to
sale, the practice i3 very common. How much
more in this country, where there are no laws ou
the subject, and no officer to carefully analyze the
products of the brewery ? Some years ago, Pro?
fessor Mapes, of New York, analyzed the beer
from a dozen different breweries, and all were
found adulterated with noxious substances. It is
said that the sale of drugs to brewers, is a profit?
able part of the trade. This is perfectly infamous.
Cocculus indicus, (fish-berry,) uux vomica, (dog
button, from which strychnine is obtained,) aro
tome of the delectable substances found in beer.
These are potent, poisons, and the brewer found
using them should be drowned at once in ono of
his own vats. The British Parliament passed a
law to prevent this nefarious business. The fol?
lowing is an extract: ' No druggist, vender of or
dealer in drugs, or chemist, or any other person,
shall sell or deliver to any licensed brewer, dealer
in or retailer in beer, knowing them to be such, or
shall sell or deliver to any person ou account of,
or in trust for, any such brewer, dealer, or retail?
er, any liquor called by the name of or sold for
coloring, from whatever the material the samomay
be made; or any material or preparation other
than unground brown malt, for the darkening the
color of worts beor, or any molasses, vitriol, honey,
quassia, cocculus indicus, grains of paradise,
Guinea pepper, or opium, or any extract or pre?
paration of molasses, or any urticlc or preparation
to be used in worts or beer for or as a substitute
for malt or hops; and if auy druggist shall offend
in any of these particulars, such preparation, ko.,
shall be forfeited, and may be seized by any officer
excise, and the person so offending shall forfeit
five hundred pounds.'
"Under this law, very many druggists and
brewers were brought to grief, and yet the practice
continues! Unless the American people arc ready
to admit the immaculate purity and innocence of
American brewers, they must be oontent, while
drinking their beer, to cherish the belief that they
are at the same time guf.zling some narcotic poison
or damaging medicine. In view of the unprece?
dented growth of the barley crop; of the great in?
crease of the numbor of malsters and brewers; of
the vast unknown quantities of beer that are drunk
in every city and almost every town on the conti?
nent; it is the dictate of sound wisdom, that the
attention of legislators should bo called to the sub?
ject of the adulteration of our mo'' ..quors, and
severe penalties should bo inflicted as a preven?
P. S.?JupuB roR ToiusELr. Mt BEER is turk.
JOHN C. SEEGERS.
May 13, 1869 -16 6
JOHN" O. DIAL,
(Late Allen & Dial,)
Importer and Dealer in English and American
Hardware and Outlery,
Iron, Steel. Nails, Castings, .'Mill Stones,
BoitinCloths, Smut Machines, Cir?
cular Saws, Mill Irons. Sugar Fans,
INDIA RUBBER and LEATHER BELTING,
Carpenter, Blacksmith and Tanners' Tools,
Housekeeping aDd Furnishing Hardware,
A G RIC UL TUR A L IM PL EM ENTS,
lime. Cement. Plaster, Paints, Oils, French
and American Window Glass,
Guns, Rijlcs, Pistols, Shot Belts, Powder Flasks,
Povder, Shot, ,yc,
WHOLES Ali 12 AND RETAIL,
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN PADLOCK,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
May 27, 1869 48 3m
W. IB. OTMILEY,
IMPORTER AND DKA1.ER JN
CHINA, GLASS AND EARTHENWARE,
Sterling Silver Ware,
Silver Plated, Britannia and Japanned Ware,
TABLE CUTLERY, MIBROBB,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, .jr., jr.
ALSO, A?F.NT FOIt WILC0X A GIBRES'
COLUMBIA, S. C.
May 27, 1869 48 8m
9 GRANITE ROW,
ARE receiving a large and elegantly assorted
Spring and Smnier Goods.
They respectfully ask the attention of their
customers, and tbe public generally, to the fact
that it is only necessary to call and see in order to
be satisfied. Their stock is comprised, in part, of
a large assortment of
Calicoes, Muslins, Mozambiques,
Lawns and numerous other styles,
Ladies and Children's Dress Goods.
Gents' Ready-Made Clothing,
Cassimeres, Linens and Tweeds.
Hats, Caps, Bonnets and Straw Goods.
For Ladies, Gents and Children.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of all styles and prices..
To suit all, from the best manufactories in Eng?
land and the United States.
A LARHK STOCK 01*
Sugar and Coffee, best qualities,
Soda, Copperas; &c, &c.
the best stock 0e
HARDWARE and CUTLERY
In the market.
Last but not least, we intend to sell as CHEAP
as the CHEAPEST, and would be pleased to re?
ceive the patronage of one and all.
GRAND ENTRANCES*. 9 Gbasite Row,
Anderson C. II.
WATSON & CO.
April 22, 1869 43
KEESE & McGULLT,
Brokers & Dealers in Southern Real Estate,
will attend to buyifig and selling Southern
Lands. Keep constantly on hand, Plats and de?
scription's of lands for sale. Parlies desiring to
purchase in the South, and those who desire to
sell their property, will find it to their interest to
consult with us. We have correspondence in New
York, Boston, Hartford, Conn;, Baltimore and oth?
er Northern cities.
Those who wish to sell their lands will please
send us a full description and plat and Deeds of
Parties wishing to purchase, either North or
South, will do well to correspond with us. Will
be pleased at all times to send Plat and de?
scription of lands for sale by us. Any informa?
tion cheerfully given. No charge is made unless
sales are effected. Reference given on our card.
KEESE & McCULLY,
Brokers and Real Estate Agents,
Anderson C. H., S. C.
Keowee Courier cdpy flii months and send
bill to this office.
March 25, 1869 39
EMPORI?M OF FASHlOfy
NO. 4 WHITE'S HI ( ( K,
ABBEVILLE C. IL, S. C.
If the ladies of Anderson wish something hand?
some in Millinery, Dress Goods or 'Trimmings,
and will send us an order, we will guarantee sat
isfaciion in every case.
In Millinery, Dress Goods add Trimmings we
defy competition. Mrs. John A. Wier and Miss
j Maggie Small have charge of the Millinery De?
partment. Send your orders for Bonnets, Hats,
Frames, Laces, Flowers, Ribbons, Netts, Veils,
Illusions, Trimmings, Skirts, Corsets, Stamped
Aprons, Yokes and Bands. Paper Patterns for all
kinds of garments, Hair Coils, Braids and Curls,
Panniers, Embroideries, Breast Protectors, &c.
Orders for Bonnets, Hats and Bridal Outfits
promptly attended to. Mrs. Wier will give her
personal attention to tho filling of orders from
Try us and-soo if we caunot beat Charleston.
fowler & McDonald.
I April 22, 1809 43 2m
DENTISTRY I DENTISTRY!
DR. J. W. GURIEY,
Graduate of Pennsylvania Dental College,
Tcelh, thus enabling him to select such shades and
sizes only as will correspond with complexion and
features of the patient. Setts of Artificial Teeth
inserted for seven and .one half dollars to one hun?
Persons desiring first class work at low rates,
will do well to give him a call.
Office?No. 11 Granite Row, over Sullivan.
Mattison & Co.'s Store.
April I ?, 1869 42
ALL persons having demands against the Es?
tate of Isaac n. West, dee'd, are notified to pre?
sent, them to Wm. Jones, properly attested, within
tho time prescribed by law, and those indebted to
said Estate to make payment to the same at once,
as longer indulgence cannot be given.
WM. j. WEST, Adrn'r.
May 14, I860 48 4*
WHISKEY, BRANDY, WINES, and other Li?
quors, of tho best brands, for sale by the bottle or
E. W. BYRUM,
Osborne's old stand, Mechanic's Row.
f eh 4, 1869 32 .
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
Spring & Summer Goods.
IN STORE and receiving daily from New York
and Baltimore a large and splendid assortment of
Spring and Summer Goods, consisting of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
In great variety, both in style and prices.
MMES9 WIHUIPIB &-?<D:M,
LENOS, &d., &e
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
A FINE SELECTION.
Sliir ting- and Sheeting^, ?
Bleached and Brown.
H AT S1
Large stock of Ladies Hats and; Bonnets.
Fine selection of Men and Boys' Hats.
All of which will be sold at the LO WEST
prices for CASH or BARTES..
Give us a call.
W. F, BARR & CO,
April 22i I860 42
Saddlery and Harness!
A.t the well-known Stand,
Mechanic's Row, Depot Street,
KEEPS constantly on hand and will make to order
all kinds of
Saddles and Harness,
Bridles, Collars, Halters,
Every description of Wagon Harness,
Riding and Driving Whips,
Wagon Harnes & Chains;
Baltimore oak-tanned Sole and Harness Leather,
Harness Mounting of all descriptions,
Carriage and Buggy Trimmings,
Shoe Thread of superior quality, ic.
All kinds of Repairing,
Either on Saddles or Harness done at short notice
and in the best manner, including seating and
padding Saddles. AH Work warranted, wheth?
repairing or entirely new.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed upon me, I am determined to sell as
cheap as any house in the United States, according
to quality of goods, for Cash.
M. HELDMANN. .
March 25, 1869 89 8m
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MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
Tinware, Stove Pipe, Guttering,
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Plain) Fancy and Japanned
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Constantly on haud, at Wholesale and. Retail..
Stoves! Stoves! Stoves!
I would respectfully call (he attention of the
public to our Cooking Stove Department.
1 hope that all those who wish anything in this
line will call and sec for themselves.
I will give the highest price for Beeswax. Old
Copper, Fewtcr and cotton Bags.
North-East corner of Public Square^
i Oct 14,1868. W