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At the reduced price of
$9.00 per Barrel,
At the ('HEAP CASH
LOVEL iE & WULELER.
Junr 191 22-2t.
June 1, 22-tf.
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
GENElILAL St*l'ii:1NT':NDENTS OFFICE,
Co:xuta.. S. C., May 24. 1S70.
ON SUND.\Y next. the 29th instant. and until
further notice. this Company will run a Surday
train for 1':s"engers Letween (.olntbia aid
Helena. stopping at all stations. as follows:
Leave ('o'nmbia at.................00 a m
Arrive at Ilelerna....... ................... .1U 40 a im
Leave Ile'enn at.............................. 3.20 p m
Arrive at Colunbi:............. ... 7.00 p m
.lttii\N I. MUi:l.;Gn'l .sup't.
June 1. 22-t1
Lost on the 2e:h, between Newberrv C.
I. and Mr. S. S. Seig' re-idenc, on Situr
dar evening, a fine double-ease oild watcl,
for the recoverv of whj.-h a reward will be
given to the fi::dlr.
oor further i:for:lation app'y at Herald
Ju:,e 1. 22-tf.
Wandered from home in L-:rene County,
on the 7th inst., RwiERT WORKMAN,
who is p :rtialy de-ranged. Ie is about
five ant ha f eet hiih, and about forty
seven years of ::e. IIe had on when he left
a dove colored It, a black cott, and a
mixed pair of ;a::t with a patch on them.
IIe has a Ion, sear onl the side of the head.
Anv in formation cunctrning him will be
gratefully received : and :n person taking
him ni and carin for him will be atnply re
paid for their trouble.
Adiree the nn:lersigned at Cross Hill,
Laurens Co., G.
S.1ZLE LEAMAN .
JuneO 1, 22-27
DULL TIM ES,
[OW IIU \ PiltES
L R. M~ARS HALL.
Juine 1, 22 -It.
The CTh RONICLE & SENTiNEL,
A E G U S Tr A, G.
Contains all hi the:0: .ewvs by Mailanld Tele
graph. emibraciine full "nmmercia! and Fi
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to-.teth'r witbte :te.: 1' lithe:::r Geane inral
informaition u'oni al subj-:ets which interest
the readin.g pubhlic.
The terms otf the Dl.\I.Y arc 35 for six
monthe, and -10 for one ye-tr.
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and M for on:- year.
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NEL. is a Mammoth paper of thirty-six col
umn. h, illed wi:th F.:itoria!s. Tclegraphie Dis
Datches, Commn:tir'ations on home madtters,
toge:her v;: A. urieu I ar:a. Commarercial and
Financial artieces -mrakin i t otne of the most
desirable and Vaticable papers in the country
to the lanter, Farmer and Merchant. The
terms are S3 per anntm, or 515 for six
All subscriptions are required in advance.
Liberal commIssions paid responsible a
Address all letters and comtmunicationls to
CIII)NELE & SENTrINEL,
Specimen copies sent tree.
June 1, 2--f
In Commtron P'as-Newberry Sombrh Caro
lina.--May V' MarH:in ad others, vs.
.UY an order of , hit Io,o T. O. P. \'er
nton, Julge et :he .Court of CGnmmon Pleas
for the Seventh...e..,.passd in the above
.tated case, date onda f May, 1570,
ai suiiCzi ereditor' of the I.1uh of Newber
:rV, Southi Caroina, aire enjoined froni the
Iuiher pro.ee:i.o of thir restective suits
and ther and llotheCr creditors are reqiuired
-10 rendee their demandsiu ait the o1nice of the
>.uk of ewhbmy , S. ., at Newberry, in
the Sttee ofSout Crin,for pivtyent, on
.or before the 'Urs da of D)ecembecr next,
and if tno: aii -..en presnted, then to
render the'-:i:i : the.:b specilled above
before Thos. M. hae spcil referee, to be
established bef're him according to !a".
Ti0' M. L A E,
Clerk of the Cor of Commni n
Fo" \ewoerry Gottnty, s. C.
3May 23 1tf
For sat Lyv the pi4und anid cavs
refreshingr und pleasantt drinks at any
hour of :he dav att
I )jttin:ire C,,rner.
Mayv 2.. 21-: f.
WE have just received a small lot of
c. ildren's Goat a:ii Kid B OTEE&t
Alnl:AMS GRI!FFIN & IIAiIG ROVE.
May 18, --tf.
I wvill ap;dy to John T. Peterson, Jude
of' Prob,a.e for Newberry County, on the
I St: div of .Ja::e ne't, for a se:tlement, and
myc iselu.'e as Gaadi.in of Amelia A. N.
Rleeder. A. .l :EEEh,
THIS preparation is particularly recom
mended to persons suffering from Billious
ness, Constipation and Dyspepsia arising
from Indigestion, also, a certain preven
tive of CHiLL and FEVER. The addition
of certain ingredients has so completely
disguised the taste of thie Bark as to render
this efficacious TONIC palatable. It is com
posed of the best Vegetable Tonics known
to the Melical profession.
I'repared only by
S. F. FANT,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Apr. 20, 13-tf.
STILL IN ADVANCE!
Goods Purchased at Lowest Gold Prices.
\NEW ARIVALS DAlLY.
TIE subscriber having just returned
from New York nith one of the finest se
lections of goods in the JEWELRY AND
FANCY GOODS LINE, would call especial
attention to the following articles, which
will be sold at astonishin: low prices : Gold
and Silver WATCHES; Fine GOLD JEW
ELRY; Watch Chains, Silverware, Specta
cles, American and French Clocks, Statues,
Toilet Sets, Pocket Books, Fans, Musical
Boxes, qnd many other articles too numer
ous to snention.
Columbia Hotel Row.
April 20, 1G-tf.
Ladies' Dress Shoes,
VERY CHEAP FOR CASH,
May 11, 19-tf.
SOUT CAROLINA GENERAL AGENCY
PIEDMONT & ARLINGTON LIFE IN
SURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA.
A PRI r. 23d, 1870.
C APT. SAML. D. SHANNON, of Camdem,
has heen appointed SUPERINTENDENT OF
AGENCIES for South Carolina and South
Georgia, vice Capt. Geo. B. Lake, resigned.
Parties desiring Agencies, will address
him at Augusta, Georgia.
LEA1'HEART, JEFFERSON & RANSOM,
General Agents South Carolina.
JEFFERSON & RANSOM,
Gen'l. Agents So. Ca. and Georgia.
May 4, 1S-1m.
The Carolina Manufacturing Company
invites the Ladies to their stock of FANCY
WARES. P'lease call and examine them.
No charge for looking.
Who wish to purchase Tin W' iae at
WIILESA LE are invited to cull, as prices
tre put down at such figures as will afTord
All of youtr wants can be supplied at me
dimn and moderate prices.
To the Retai' Trade.
Our RETAIL SA MPLES are COMPLETE,
and offered at LIVING PitICES.
Strict attention paid to roofing, gutter
ig, repairing of s,tores, making stove pip
ing, re p.iing tin wareC, &.
Our Stock of Stoves arc complete, of the
bet, ind prices low.
A pril 27, 17--tf.
UNDER the patronage and influence of
prominent land-holders, I have begun the
preparation of a series of LITHOGRAPH
MAS of sonme of the Counties of the State
of South Carolitia, accompanied by suitaole
letter press descr'iptions.
The object proposed is the circulation of
5I,00 c,pies of these in pamiphilet form,
far and wide throughout the country, im
iting the industrious working man, with
or without capital, and from whatever quar
ter of the globe he miay come, to seek a
home in our State, particularly that portion
kiown as the uipper belt, so abounding in
minerals and building material, with almost
unlimited water power and blessed with a
soil that will abundantly repay the labors
of the iindustrious and intelligent agricultu
To the Manufacturer, this pamphlet will
show where vaiuable water power may be
had, with amount of head attainable, price
of hnd in vicinity, and railroad and miarket
To tIhe Miner, it will be a guide as to
where he may either find remunerative em
ployment., or purchase lands, on which the
valuable metallic ores are known to exist.
To the Farmer, good and (cheap lands will
be of'ered through its pages, either to bty
or rent, with description of their- quality
To the Laborer, it will indicate where
profitable employment may be found, with
local rates of wages.
in the other hand, to the large land-own
er, it affords a medium for advertising his
lands, water powers and such other interests
as tend to attract an influx of both labor
and capit d.
To Raiilroad Compan,ies, Land Agencies,
&c., who have a deep interest in the rapid
filling up and development of the resources
of the State, and are desirous of bringing
their claims to attention before the world,
no better medium can be afiorded.
Alli those feeling a real interest in the fu
ture prosperity of our State, and approvmng
the mode proposed for the development of
its resources, by attraciing imnnigrationl of
the right stamp, and who may be desirous
of obtaining information as to further de
tmils of the plan, with terms, &c., can obtain
such by addressing the undersigned.
ALEX. Y. L.EE,
Architeet and Civil Engineer,
May 11, 1 0-tf Columbia, S. C.
JST received a fine lot of NEW STYLE
HATS AND BDNETS,
FoWf8, Ribbon8, I.aC68%&v
Which will he sold LOW FOR CASU. Call
and see for ioursclves.
TiE 1870 BEfLINE I
Has Worked Wonders
IN THE PRICE OF DRY GODS.
W. T. TARRANT
Having just returned trom the Northern
markets with a select Spring and Summer
Stock of Goods, bought with care and at re
duced prices, is now prepared to sell at
LOW FIGURES, V
In all the following lines :
Of every variety, such as Silks, Grenadines, I
Poplins, Japanese Cloths, Leaos, Bereges,
Delaines, Muslins, Black and White Alpac- a
cas, and a full assortment of Dress Trim
CALICOES;WHITE GOODS, OSNABURGS, ,
IIOMESJ'UNS, and DRILLS.
Another large lot of those splendid ribbed
HOSE for 12jc.
HOSIERY and Gloves of every variety. A
fine Lot of CROGKERY and TABLE I
CUTLERY. Also, HOOP SKIRTS.
JEANS, Cottonades, Linens, Cassimers,
Doe Skins, Broadcloths, together with an
elegant lot of
HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
OIL SILK and NURSERY
Also a choice stock of
Saddlery, Buggy & Wagon Harness,
SOLE, U pE, HI.nxEss Axp W'.tANr
In great variety, and a general stock of all
All of which in quality, variety and prices,
will enable me to compete with any house
this side of Mason and Dixon's line.
Deeply grateful for past liberal patronage,
I respectfu:y solicit an examination of my
large stock, and guarantee satisfactory
W. T. TARRANT.
Apr. 6, 14-tf.
Sea Moss Farine.
The best material known for making
Blanc Mange, Custards, Pudding, &c
For sale at McINTOSH'S
Mar. 23, 12-tf Drug House.
For sale at
McINTOSH'S Drug House.
Mar 23, 12-tf.
Citizens' Savings Bank.
B.IYCH[ AT NEWBERRY, C. H, S. C.
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received.
Interest Allowed at the Rate of Seven per
cenrt. per Ar,numn on Certificates of De
posit, and six per cent, Compounded
Every six Months on Accounts.
WM. MA RTIN, President.
JOH N B. PA LMER, Vie-Peidns
JOHN P. T FlOM AS, iersicrs
T HOMAS E. GREGG, Cashier.
G. T. SCOTT, Assistant Cashier.
JNO. T. PETERSON.
E. S. COP'POCK.
R. S. CHICK.
FAIR, POPE & POPE.
Wade Hampton, Columbia.
William Martin, Golumbia.
F. W. McMaster, Colunrbia.
A. C. Hlaskell, Columbia.
J. P. Thomas, Cobimbiia.
E. II. Heintish, Columbia.
John 11. Palmer, Golurmbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
WV. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston,
Daniel Ravenel, Jr., Gharleston,
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows,
Orphans and others may here deposit their
savings and draw a liberal rate of inrterest
thereon. Planters, Professional men and
Trustees wishring to draw interest on their
funds until they require them for business
or other purrposes ; Parents desiring to set,
apart small sums for their children, and
Married Women and Minrors (whose de
posits can only be withdrawnr by themselves,
or, in ease of death, by their legal repre
sentatives), wishing to lay aside funds for
future use, arc here afforded an opportuirrty
of depositing their means where they will
rapidly accumulate, arid at thre same time,
be s'rject to withdrawal when needed.
Apr. 6, 14-6mo.
RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of
Newberry that lhe is anxious to get employ
mrent in gardening and out door work. lIe
will eithrer take a sItuation pernmanently or
work by the day: His wife is a first class
Landress in fine Washing and Ironinrg, and
will take in such work as fine dresses, inns
lins, laces, shirts, &c.
A pply to Dr. T. Gouin at his store.
May 4, 18-tf.
JUST received a fine lot of
Which will be sold LO W FOR CASH.
May 18, 20-tf.
JUST receivecd a fine lot of
in Kits, t bhls., :'nd i bbls., which will be
sold LOW FOR G ASIL
May 1S, 20-tf.
Rison's Antidote for
IMcINTOSH'S Drug House.
Mar. 23, 12-tf.
P. W.& R. S. CHICK
(At Stewart's Corner.)
HAVE a full Stock of Goods bought for
ASH, which they offer to sell LOW PO
ASII. Consisting of
A large and varied assortment of Ladies'
)ress and.Fancy Goods of latest style.
Notions of many and choice descriptions.
Gentlemen's and Boy's Spring and Stm
Large lot of Men's ard Boy's Hats at very
Heavy stock of Bleached and Unbleached
[omespuns and Striped Plaids.
Good stock of Boots and Shoes for Men
A nice lot of Ladies', Misses' and Chil
ren's Shoes, of Moore, Larrabee & Co.,
Tea, abundant and good.
Factory Yarn by the wholesale and retail
qual to any Yarn made in the State.
Fine lot of Cutlery, Tools, Locks, and
Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Whips, &c.
Guns and Pistols.
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses.
Plain and Fancy Soaps, Pepper, Spice,
inger, Soda and Starch.
Large lot of Hoes, Shovels, Spades,
cithe Blades and Nails.
Tobacco and Segars.
Landreth's Seeds of various kinds.
Stationery, Ink, Pens, Pencils, &c.
Kerosene and Turpentine.
They propose to sell goods to the satis
action of all who will patronize them
It Low Rates and short Profits
Call and examine their Stock and judge
They are also Agents for Jacob B. Rit
er's celebrated improved old Anchor B and
. W. CHICK. R. S. CHICK.
Apr. 20, 16--tf.
Where to Stop.
Formerly Harvey House,
SPARTANBURG C. H., S. C.
LA URENS C. H., S. C.
J. T. H. Williams, Proprietor.
MY friends and the traveling public are re
peetfully informed that the above named
OTELS are now under my control; and
hey may rest assured that the reputation of
he two houses will be fully kept up. The
tooms are comfortably furnished and the
ables will be supplied with the best of ev
rything. May 11, 19-tf.
THE undersigned will, at the sugestion of
'riends, make a tour of the up-country, and
luring the first three days of Court week,
:an be found at Pool's Hotel, Newberry,
yrepared to furnish the celebrated Lazaru
l Morris SPECTACLES, suited to all eyes
Lnd ages. Give him a call and be suited.
eeferences-Judge James L. Orr, H. P
dammett, Esq., and others.
I. SULZBACIIER, Resident Jeweler,
May 11, 19-tf. Columbia, S. C
[qp8iIy Life Insuance [Ce
tzABo*s WHY EVERY ONEF snOULD INst;RE r
THlE EQUALITY LIFE INsLtiRAcE CdM4
PANT OF RICHIMOYD VIRG[NIA.
st. IL is more LIBER AL to the INSU
ERS than any other company, and wil
~ventually become PUR~ELY MUTUAL ant
elong to the INSUR~ERS.
2d. It circulates its money amongst it:
atrons, who are the insurers. Conse
juently they are continuially getting th<
enefit of the rapid accumulations of th<
3mpany, the money being invested b3
he Board of Directors amongst the in
mrers. Therefore the insurers are build
ng up an institution peculiarly their owr
ad conducted for their benefit.
3d. The loans of this company are as lib
ral as other companmes who declare divi
ends at the end of the secor'd, third ant
"ourth years, but this Company at the eat
yf the first and every year. Thereby th<
nsurer saves several years' interest on hi:
oans by insuring in this Company, and he
ever loses his money ii lie pays up for ONI
WHOLE YEAR ; whereas, in other compa
ties, he has to remain an insurer for ser
rral years, or he loses all the money he ha:
DAVID B. CLARK, President.
TOS. H. WYNNE, Vice-President.
JOHN Q. WINN, Secretary.
General JAMES HI. L ANE, Actuary.
Dr. F. B.WATKINS, MdclAvsr
Dr. C. H. W. DAVIS, .edclAvsr
Judge JOHN A. MEREDITH, Counsellor
J. B. WINSTON, Treasurer and Secretar:
R. F. & P. R. R.
WM. J. JOHNSON, of Johnson & Hunt
WM. H. POWERS, of Winston & Powers
&LBERT ORDWAY, Treasurer Bucking
ham State Company.
I. F. GIBSON, Superintendent A dams' Ex
C IARLES Y. MORRIS, Morris & Co.'s Su
G-. A. PEPLE, Superintendent Mancheste
JOHN I. TYLER, John HI. & John Tyler
iOSES MIL LIHISE R, Wholesale Dry Goodi
rHOMAS S. BA LDWIN, Clothier.
J HN M. G ODDIN, Cashier Planters' Bank
I. R. DOWELL, Superintendent Wes:er1
Union Telegraph Company.
ALEX. G. ROBERTSON, Cattle Broker.
GEORGE I. HERRING, Wholesale Grocer
R. L. BROWN, of Brown, Jones & .Go.
A. BODEKER, Druggist.
5. M. ROSENBAUM, of S. & M. Rosenbauni
Iquality Life Insurance Co
Examine its Pamphlets before you Insure, ft
is to your interest to do so.
Pfincipl0fice 1015 Main 8tfeet, Ridumond, V
AGOWrS WAIIrED EvERTWHERE.
JOHN A. CHAPMAN, Da. JAS. McINTOSli
Local Agent. Examining Physiciar
bENJ. G. HERTOT, Gen. Trvelig A 't,
Selected and warranted pure. Fc
sale by WM. F.. NANCE.
March 30 13
Election of School Trustee
IN consequence of the absence from tli
State of the Hon. J. K. Jilison, State Sup'
of Education, and the necessary blabks f<
condcting the Election, it is POSTPONE
UNTL SATURDAY the 4th of JUNE.
My T T 19-4t.
N11VB RRY F EM ALE
A. P. PIFER, 3. A., Principal.
MISS FANNIE LEAVELL, Assistant
T HE next session of this SCHOOL will
begin on the first Tuesday in January,
A. D., 1870. The Scholastic year will be di"
vided into two sessions of 20 weeks each,
with a vacation of two months in the Sum
mer. Terms per sessioa of 20 weeks as fol
Primary Class-Spelling, Reading,
Writing and Arithmetic.............. $10.00
Junior Class-Modern Geography,
English Grammar, and including above $15.00
Senior Class-Physical and Ancient
Geography, History, Mental Philoso
phy, lhetoric, Composition, Latin,
Greek, Algebra. Geometry,Trigonome
try, Natural Philosophy, Chemistry
and including above................. $20.00
One half the tuition must invariably be paid
in advance and the remainder at the end of
each Session. No reduction made except in
cases of prolonged illness.
.French, German, Spanish and Music will
be taught by competent masters at moderate
rates. Particular attention will be given to
the study of the English Language and Com
For further information apply to
Col. S. FAilR, Pres. Board Trustees.
S. P. BOOZER, Sec. Board Trustees, or
the undersigned at Newberry, S. C.
A. P. PIFER, Principal.
Dec 22, 50-tf
1R. MOOIiMiN & CO,,
Are Now Receiving
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
FAMILY CROC ERIES
Which have been selected and
BOUGHT WITH GREAT CARE;
and think they can make it the interest of
parties desiring such Goods, to examine
their stock before they make theit purchases.
They are prepared to purchase all kinds
of produce at market rates, and also to make
advances on cotton, when parties prefer to
ship to other markets.
Sep. 29 38 tf.
Upham's Antidote for
For sale at
McINTOSII'S Drug House.
Mar. 23, 12-tf.
Flour, Cheap Flour.
100 Bbls of Fam
ily Flour on hand,
at from $7 to $9
For sale by
W. H. WEBB.
Jan. 12 2 tf.
DR. E. C. JONES,
NE WBERIRY, S. C.
Rooms over Mr. Mower's store, and in
front of Herald office.
I take pleasure in- informing my friends
and the public generally, that my dental
rooms are now open, and that I am pre
pared to execute all work in my profession
in the most approved manner.
I am determined to devote my entire
time and energy to my profession.
Jan. 12 2 tf.
STOYES, TINWRE, &IJ.,
Cheap as the Cheapest,
GOOD AS TilE BEST.
TIHE subscriber would inform his friends
and the public generally, that he will fur.
nishi themn with all articles in his line of the
best quality at the
Roofinig and Guttering,
As well as all other
Will he done in the best and most approved
styles at the lowest rates.
- Call and examine goods and prices and
W. T. WRIGHT.
Apr. 20, 16-tf.
WIG HT & COPPOCK have now in store
their SPRING STOCK of
MeIns', Youths' and Boys Clothing
and Furnishing Goods,
Complete in every line as usual, carefully
selected under the most favorable circum
-stances. Our stock is larger, and includes
a greater variety, than ever before, among
which ate several entirely new and very
pretty styles of goods. We cannot enume
rate, but a few mi.ntes examination will
convince anyone that we keep the largest
and most handsome stock in Newberry, and
that we are not to be UNDERSOLD by any
retail Clothing House, North or South.
We intend to, keep a table of assorted
Glothing, which will he sold at cost or less,
among which are many rare bargains.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK.
Boots and Shoes.
Fine Calf hanud ,ewed drest' Boots, Shoes & Oaiters
r " Skin D'ble so!e w. F"
Heay Ditchers from 0 to 19
Bet 1'ble Sole Pegged Brogans for Men & Boys.
Call atge WIGHTI Es COPPOCK'S.
Oct 6 30 tf.
Bar and Billiard Room.
Tbe undersigned announce to- their frienda
*rand patrona thae their establishment was
( never better appointed. We have recently
receive d a supply of pure liquors of a-!l kinds,
and intend to-keep them up to a high Btan
dard. CMIT H & CHRISTlAN.
May 11 19 tf.
COME INTO THE SUNSHINE
Advantage of t h e Inducements
Goods Bought at a Decline
AND FOR CASh
CIN BE SOLD llE1P!
The subscribers beg lea-re respectfully to
state that the public will find the above a
happy application in their case, and they
invite inspection of their
Spring Stock of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Embroideries, Calicoes, &c.,
And all the etceteras and thousand and one
articles comprised in the stock of a first
DRY ODSHOUSE, t
Among which we notice as a specialty in 1
prices: Black and Colored Silks, extra, Ante (
Bellum prices, from $2.25 to $2.50; Leno's,
124c. to 35c.; Organdies, 124c. to 50c.;
Striped Marseilles, 30c.; Fig. Percales, ex
tra, 40c.; White Pique's, 73.; Homespun at
10c. 12ke. 15c. 20c. and 25c.; Pillow Casing,
Sheetings, 30c. to 75c.
Besides Lawns, Ladies' Tuck Skirts, Thoop
Skirts, Ladies' White Trimmings in abun
dance, Ladies' Sets-extra-, Braids, &c.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
Cassimeres, Linens, Cottonades, Denims, 1
Perfumeries, and Notions in general, which
they are determined to sell as cheap as the
cheapest for the cash.
Don't fail to understard us, we have a
carefully selected stock and will sell to give
We take this occasion to return thanks
to our friends and customers fur the patron
age so liberally bestowed in the past, and
promise that we will do all in our power to
please. Mr. Griflin can be found in the
store at all times, and will be happy to see
M. BARRE & SON.
Apr. 6, 14-tf.
lOUSEAL & ONES$
Next to McFall & Pool's.
Respectfully inform their friends and
patrons that their stock of GROCERIES
and FAMILY SUPPLIES is now full and
complete, and to which they beg to call at
A general line of
GR 0 ERIES
Always on hand, such as
Sugars, Coffees, Teas,
Rice, Flour, Meal, Grist,
Hams, (a fine brand,)
Bacon, Lard, Pickled Pork,
Mackerel, Molasses, Cheese,
Candles, Soap, Pickles,
Soda, Lye, Raisins,
Crackers, all kinds,
Canned Oysters, Sardines
and Fruits, etc., etc.
Segars, Chewing and
Powder and Shot,
- Yarns, Kerosine
OIL, etc., etc.
Besides a choice assortment of
Thankful for the very liberal pa
tronage bestowed, a continuance is de
sired, with the promise that no pains
will be spared to render satisfaction
and please the most fastidious.
HOUSEALL & JONES.
Mar. 30, 13-ly.
IN consequence of the declin< in Gotton,
and more especially the large STOCK of
GOODS of all kinds that I have on hand.
I offer from this day
my entire Stock at
PR ICE S.
The Stock consists in part of a full sup
L A RD.
Also a full Stock of
Of all descriptions. Notions of all kinds,
together with a large assortment of
CL OT HIN&r,
H ATS, BOOTS,
LAMP GLASSES, OIL,
CLOCKS, and many other goods too
numerous to mention, generally kept
in a well assorted Store.
A small supply of Dickson's Cotton
Mar. 16, Il-tf.
For sale at
McINToSH'S Drug House.
Mar. 23, 12-tf.
Ttt/s Golden Eagle
For sale at
McITOHWS h-ng House
The experiments of the past year have
onfirmed those of for.ner years, and estab
shed beyond all controversy, the great
aerit of this South Carolina Fertilizer.
he undersigned are the Agents at Newber
y, and will furnish any quantity neeeded
y the planters of this section. They also
ace a great number of small pamphlets
ontaining testimonials of many of the best
lanters of this and adjoining States, as
o its fertilizing properties, which they will
R. MOORMAN & CO.
Jan 19 3 tf.
UILLINERY, MILLI NERY
9EMEMBER THE PLACE.
My Spring Millinery Goods. which
rere purchased since the recent
reary deeline, are now being received.
,)nsisting of :1I the late styles of
3onnets, Ribbons and Hats,
Unong which are the Alpine, Prin
ess, Suez and Augustine, also that
uperb new style Sui Hat which will
worn by everybody. A general in
,itation is extended to the community
o call and examine and secure a good
tyle article at a LOW PRICE.
Apr. 6, 14-tf.
Now being received a complete
Dry, Fancy a u d
BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of which will be sold
LOW FOR CASE
Apr. 6, 14-tf.
L E.4 T HEA,
On hand and for sale by
A pr. 6, 14--f,
Tut's Vegetable Liver' Pill,
Cures diseases of the Liher and Stomach.
A pleasant care for Coughr, Colds, &c.
and Queen's Delight.
The great Alterative and Blood Purinter.
Tut Improved Hair Dye,
Warranted the best dye in use. These stan
dad preparations are for *ale by Druggists
Bradfields Female Reg
For sale aIt
McINTOSh'S Drug IIouse.
Mar. 23, 12-tf.
Simmons' Liver Invig
For satle at
McINTOSH'S Drtig House.
Mar. 23', 12-if.
Shaw's Cotton Seed Huller.
A r.6 ''F0-14-1 .
Ctorsand Coere isso ilsaeshapto,
and cat gentlemen'ulhair, neatly and cheaply.
May 11, 19-if. AAriTTT N
A. SIN[ET0N & CO.,
Have just returned with a
large and carefully selected
Stock of Seasonable Goods,
To which we are Con
and having purchased the
At Very Low
are now prepared to offer to
the Ladies bargiins. Just
think of it !
12 yards good Calico
for One Dollar,
10 yards Very Best
Calico for One Dollar.
Our Dress Goods are the
wonder of all beholders, but
notwithstanding, their beauty
is less strange than their re
THE GOOD TIME
GOLD IS DOWN,
So are fOOBS!
We Buy Cheap
And Sell For the Same.
FOR THE MILLION,
FULL SUITS worth $10, at the ye
ry low figure of $5.
Spring .and Summer Clohing of the
PR I CES,
100T8 AND 8liOE
We make B~OOTS andl 5HOES a
speciality, and claimn that #e have the
LARGEST STOCK of this line of
STORE IN NEWVBFRY.
Our North Carolina Shoes we war
rant to be free from all those shady
ble to offer theni at lcI tand Nweta
ern made ::rticles.
IIRBAI FOR TH 80O[Tl!
We patronizte .TIONE MIbANUFAC
We also ep ou bnd win eseflent
asortmient of Nortlherni
BOOTS AND SHOES,
From thc best manufacto,ries.
By Making your Pareses gt
You will SAVE at least 10
me, IPse go
SINGlE T O'S.
The latest style of
May be found at our Store