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SURE DEATU AND EXTERMINATION
.WORMS AND INSECTS INJURIOUs TO
Just received, a few tons of the above
The renarkable properties or this article,
after most thorough scientific and practical
tests, now being fully established and ac
knowledged, the Company who control its
manufacture and sale is prepared for its
INTRODUCTION TO THIS MARKET,
in full confidence that the great need of the
tiller of the soil is at hist available ; that we
offer as article which, as a Fertilizer, is
scecond to acne in quality, and, further, that
it is sure death and externauition to the
"COTTON WORM," "CIuCLIO," APPLE
.3I0T1, POTATO UG, TOBACCO W4RM,
HOP LOUSE, ARMY WORM,
-and all de<criptions of insect and vermicular
life which infest and devastate the P:nta
tion, the Farm, the Orchard or the Garden.
PrUe $15 Pan To-.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM,
No. 2 Union Wharves.
I WI LL SELL at Newberry Court House,
on TUESDAY, TIlE 21st DAY OF JUNE,
INST., ONE GIAY MARE, helonging to
the estate of ROBERT STEWART, dee'd.
ELIZA. R. STEWART, Adm's.
June 8, 23-2t.
1810, 8UMlE 1870,
WE beg leave to announce to our
friends. customers and the pleazaut
public ge'ncral!y. tha:t we haive jut re
etied achi lut of handsome and
1HP D1Y DD
. Such as
A first class stock of Ladies' Con.
Gaiters. Last. Bals.. goat and kid
Bootee,z. 31isses' and Children's Cai
ters. Boot.es. &c.. and a fine lot of
pegged work. iucl as Mens' Gaitors.
Bals ,Jersey lies; wom's Bal's.. all
of which we guarautee.
r We have on hand a lIt of
And in order to close them out, will
sell them at and below NEW YORK
Give us a c.dl and see if we don't
mean just what we say.
M BARRE & SON.
June 8. : 3-tf.
We now offer our entire Stgek of
SPRiNG AND SUMMER
G ren adines,
1NEW YORK COST.
A rare oppor )tunity is nOW
:affordecd to theO Ladies to se
vure handsoine Dress G oods
*at VER LOW\ PRICES.
At the reduiced priceoOf
$9.00 per Barrel,
At the CHEAP GAS II
10ITELdtE & H1IEELEAI
L. R. MWARSHALL.
June 1, 22i-Lf.
Strayed from the subscriber, on th<
ni:ht of the 17th, a miileh- cow and youn;
calf. The cow is rather short legged, wit!
white face and broad horns. This cow hdt
just been driven from the neighborhiood o
pqire Hevrbert's and nay have gone bacl
i:h.it direction. Anry information wie!
.y lea.d tO recovery will be most grate
tiliv received. A .J. (.\THE~N.
THIS preparation is particularly recom
mended to persons sufTering from Uillious
ness, Constipation and Dyspepsia arising
from Indigegtion, also, a certain preven
tive of CUILL and FEVER. The addition
of certain ingredients has so completely
disguised the ta-te of this Bark as to render
this efficacious TONIC palatable. It iscom
posed of the best Vegetable Tonics known
to the Medical profession.
rrepared only by
S. F. FANT,
NEWBERRY, S. C
Apr. 20, 10-tf.
STILL IN ADVANCE!
Goods Pirchased at Lowest Gold Prices.
NEW ARILVALS DAILY.
TILE subscriber having just returned
from New York w ith 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 (,OLD JEW
ELRY; Watch Chains, Silverware, Specta
cles, American and French Clocks, Statues,
Toilet Sets, Pocket Books. Fans, Musical
Boxes, -tnd many other articles too nunmer
ous to mention.
i - - _ - Columbtia ilotel Itoa.
April 20, IG-tf.
SGUT!I CAROLINA GENERAL AGENCY
PIEDMONT & ARLINGTON LIFE IN
SURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA.
ArII. 2'd, 1S70.
CAPT. SAML. D. SHIANNON. ofCamdem,
has been appointed S;.'PERINTENDENT OF
AGENCIEi for South Carolina and South
Georgia, vice Capt. Geo. B. Lake, resigned.
Parties desiring Agencies, will address
him at Augusta, Georgia.
LEAPIIIEART, JEFFERSONA RANSOM,
General Agents South Carolira.
JEFFERSON & RANSOM,
Gen'!. Agents So. Ca. and Georgia.
May 4, 1S-1mI.
The Carolina 'Manufacturing Company
invi.es the Ladies to their stock of FANCY
WARES. Please call and examine them.
No charge for looking.
Who wish to purchase Tin Wares at
WIOLESA LE are invited to call, as prices
are put down at such figures as will afford
All of your wants can be supplied at me
dium and moderate prices.
To the Retail Trade.
Our RETAIL SAM PLES are COMPLETE,
and offered at LIVIN(! PrCES.
Strict attention paid to roofing, gutter
ing, repairting of stov-es, making stove pip
inig, repairing tl* ware, &e.
Our Stoek of Stoves are complete, of the
be pritil p7, 17- f.
WE have just rece-ivedl a small lot of
e'. ildhren's Goat atnd Kid Ut 0TEES
Alm.\AMS, GRIFFIN & IIARGROVE.
I wil ppy to John T. Peterson, Judge
of Probate for Newhberry County, ont the
IS8th day of JTune next, for a settlenment, and
my discharge as tuardian cf Amelia A. N.
Mar 23. 12-t f.
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Liberal commissions paid responsible a
Address all letters and communications to
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Specimen copies sent free.
June 1. 22-tf.
Wandered from home in Laurens County,
on the 7th inst., ROBERT WORKMAN,
who is partially deranged. He is about
five anrd half feet high, and about forty
seven years of age. Hie had on when he left
a dove colored hat, a black coat, anda
mixed pair of pants with a patch on them.
Hie has a long sear on the side of the head.
Any information concerning hinm will be
gratefully received ; and any person taking
him up and earing for him will be amply re
paid for their trouble.
Address the undersigned at Cross IIill,
Laurens Co., S. 0.
Juno 1, 22-2t.
ICE! IOE!! ICE!!!
For sale by the pound and always
ICE LEMONADE, and cooling.
refreshing and pleasant drinks at an~
hoar of the day at
A. M. WICKEIWS
May 25, 21-tif.
Rison's Antidote for
For sale at
McINTOSH'S Drug~ House.
TIlE 1870 DUMLINE
Has Worked Wonders
IN IIIE PRIE OF DRY GOODS.
W Ti TARRANT
Having just returued trom tne 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
In all the following lines:
Of every variety, such as Silks, Grenadines,
Poplins, Japanese Cloths, Leane, Bereges,
Delaines, Muslins, U.lack and White Alpac
cas, and a full assortment of Dress Trim
IIOMESPUNS, and DRILLS.
Another large lot of those splendid ribbed
HOSE for 121e.
HOSIERY and Gloves of every variety. A
fine Lot of CROGKE', -and TABLE
CUTLER:Y. Also, ll00P SKIRTS.
JEANS, Cottonades, Linens, Cassimers,
Doe Skins, Broadcioths, together with an
elegant lot of
HATS, BOCT.' AND SHOES,
C'L 0 TIILN(;, U(.
OIL SILK and NURSERY
Also a choice stock of
Saddicry, B$uggy & WI agon Ha<<rncss.
Sot.:, Urrr:n., IIaceSe .%x Wa asax
In great -ariety, 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 respectful:y solicit an.examuination of my
large stock, and guarantee satisfactory
W. T. TARRANT.
Apr. 6, i4-tf.
Sea Moss Farine.
The best imatt-rial known for makin. ,
Blane 31auge, Custard Pudding. &c
For sale at 1IcINTOSII'S
3Mar. 2J, 'i.:-tf Dru- II)USe.
For sale at
lIcINTOSI'S Drug House.
Mar 23. 12-tf.
IESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of
Newberry that he is anxious to get employ
ment in gardening and out door work. He
will either take a situation permuanently or
work by the day: This wife -is a first class
Laundress in fine Washing and Ironing, and
will take in such work as fine dresses, muns
ins, laces, shirts, &c.
.pphy to Dr. T. Gouin at his store.
May 4, 18--tf.
UNDER~ the patronage and influtence of
prominent land-huolders, I have begun the
preparation of a se'ries of LITIIOGRAPII
MAPS of sonme of the ('ounties of the State
of South Carolina, accompanied by suitaole
letter press desriptions.
The object proposed is the circulation of
50,000 copies of these in pamphlet form,
far and wide throughout the country, in
viting the industrious working man, with
or without capmital, and fronm whatcver qumar
tcr of the globe he may come, to seek a
home in our State, particularly that portion
known as thc tipper belt, so abounding in1
minerals andi buildinig material, v;ith almostJ
unlinmited water power and blessed withi a
soil t::at will abundhanily repay the labors
of the industrious and intelligent agricultu
To the Manu!'aeturer, this pamphlet will
show where valuable water power may be
had, wi:h amount of head attainable, price
of uind in vicinity, and railroad amnd market
To the Miner, it will be a guide as to
where he may either find remunerative em
ployment, or purchase lands, on which thme
valuable nmetallic ores are known to exist.
To the Farmer, good and cheap lands will
be offered through its pages, either to buy
or rent, with description of their quality
To the Laborer, it will indicate whereI
profitable employment may be found, with
local rates of wages.
(In thme other hand, to the large land-own
er, it affords a medium for advertising his
lands, water powers an d such other interests
as tend to attract an influx of both labor
To Railroad Companies, 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 afforded.
All those feciing a real interest in the fui
ture prosperity of our State, and approving
the mode proposed for the developmecnt of
its resources, by attraciing immigration of
the right stamp, and who may be desirous
of obtaining information as to further de
tails of the plan, with terms, &c., can obtain
such by addressing-the tundersigned.
ALEX. Y. LEE,
Architect and Civil Engineer,
May 11, 10-tf Columbia, S. C.
In Common Pleas-Newberry, South Caro
lina.-Mayes & Martin antd others, vs.
The Thank of Newberry, S. G.
BY an order of his Honor, T. 0. P. Ver
non, Judge of thme Court of Common Pleas
for the Seventh Circuit, passed in the above
stated case, dated 20th day of May, 1870,
all sucing creditors of the Bank of Newber
ry, South Carolina, are enjoined from the
further prosecntion of their respective suits
and they and all other creditors are required
to render their demands at the ofgice of the
Bank of Newberry, S. C., at Newberry, in
the State of South Carolina, for payment, on
or before tbe first day of December next,
and if not paid when so presented, then to
render thenm within the time specified above
before Thos. 31. Lake, special referee, to be
established before him according to law.
- ~ THOS. M1. LAKE,
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas.
For Newbcrry County, S. C.
May 25, 21-tf.
Greeville & Columbia Railroad.
GENERAL SUPER1NTENDENTS OFFICE,
Cor.UXna, S. C., May 24,1870.
ON SUNDA Y next. thue29th instant, and until
further notice, this Company will run a Sunday
train for Passengers between Columbia and
Helena, stopping at all stations, as f9llows:
Leave CMlumbia at.............-------- 70 a niV
Arrive at Helena............ ........... .1.40 a inr
P. W. &R. S. CHICK
(At Stewat's Corner.)
HAVE a full Stock of Goods bought for
CASH- wilili they ofTer to sell LOW FOR
CASII. Consisting of
A' larg and varied' assrtmcnt of ,adies'
Dress and Fancy GOods of latest style.
Notions of many and choice descriptions.
Gentlemen's and Boy's Sprint and- Sum
Large lot of 3fei's amT by's Nats at very
Heavy stock of Bleached and U:blcached
[iomespnns and Striped Plaids.
Good stock of Boots and Shoes for Men
A nice lot of La%lies', Misses' and Chil
Iren's Shoes, of Moore, Larrabee & Co.,
Tea, abundant andl good.
Factory Yarn by the wholesale'and retail
!qnal to any Yarn made in the State.
Fine lot of Cutlery, Tools, Locks, and
Saddle., Ilarness, Bridles, Whips, &c.
Gnns and Pistols.
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses.
Plain and Fancy Soaps, Pepper, Spice,
.;ing-r, Soda and Starch.
Large lot of Hoes, Shovels, Spades,
cvthe Blades and Nails.
Tobacco and Segars.
Landreth's Seeds of various kinds.
Stationery, Ink, Pens, 'encils, &'..
Kerosene and Turpentinc.
They propose to soll goods to the sat is
'tion of all who will patronize them
t Low Rates and short Profits
Call and examiue their Stock and judge
They are also Agents for Jacob B. R.it
er's celebrated improved old Anchor B. ar.d
P. W. CHICK. R. S. CHICK.
Apr. 20, 16-tf.
Where to Stop.
Formerly Harvey House,
SPARTA91BURG C. H., S. C.
LA UREYS C. H., S. C.
J. Y. 11. Williams, Proprietor.
MY friends and the traveling public are re
peetfully informed that the above named
IOTELS are now under my control; and
hey may rest assured that the reputation of
he two houses will be fully kept up. The
ooms are comfortably furnished and the
ahles will be supplied with the best of cv
ry thing. May 11, 19-tf.
THE undersigned will, at the sugestionaf
riends, make a tour of the up-country, and
luring the first three days of Court week,
an be found at Pool's Ilotel Newberry,
trepared to furnish the celebrated Lazarug
Morris SPECTACLES, suited to' all eyes
nd ages. Give him a call and be suited.
teferences-Judge James I Orr,, I. P.
famett, Esq., and others.
I. SULZBAChIER, Resident Jeweler,
May 11, 19-tf. Columbia, S. C.
[LATE GLAZE~ & RAD(LIFFE.]
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens
t Colu,,nbia .md the) euntr5 generall5. that
n has resumed his old ibusiness, . that o
VATCH, CLOCK and JEWELRY, where a
nl stock of all goods kept in a first-elass
stablishmenit can be found. lHe will use
us best endeavors to give satisfaction to all.
te hopes to receive a share of patrona.ge.
Ic will keep first elass worknmen, andi all
ork entrusted to him will be warrante.l.
Mar. 9, 10-Sm.
Slected and warranted pure. Fecr
;ale by WM. F. NANCE.
March 30 13
COLUMBIA, S. C.
T HE PROrRIETORIS take pleasure in an,%
nouncing that this elegantly.furnishted
Bstablishmnent is now; open for the accom
nodationi of guests. The table will always
>e supplied with every delicacy of the stias
tou-both from New York and Charleston
Markets, arnd no efforts will be spared to
-ive perfect satisfaction, in every'respect, to
WM. GORMA N, P rxOPRIETORS.
HI. H. BADENHIOr,
May 5 18'
Citizens' Savings Bank.
BRACH AT NEWBERRY, C. II, S. C.
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received.
[nterest Allowed at the Rate of Seven per
cent, per Annum on Certificates of De
posit, and six per cent, Compounded
Every six Months on Accounts.
WM. M.ARTIN. President.
JOUN B. PALME R, ~Vice-rsdn
JOUN P. THOMAS, ic rsdns
ThOM.AS E. GREGG, Cashier.
G. T. SCOT T, Assistant Cashier.
JNO. T. PETERSON.
E. S. COPPOCK.
FAIR, POPE &- POPE.
Wade Hampton, Columbia.
William Martin, Columbia.
F. W. McMaster, columbia.
A. C. ilaskell, Columbia.
J. P. Thomas, Columbia.
E. H. Heintish, Columbia.
John B. Palmer, Columbia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott:, Newberry.
W. G. Mayes, Newberry.
B. H. Rutledge, Charleston,
Daniel Ravenel, Jr., Charleston,
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Witows,
Orphans and others may here deposit their
savings and draw a liberal rate of interest
thereon. Planters, Professional mer and
Trustees wishing to draw interest' on their
funds until they require them for business
or other purposes ; Parents desiring to set
anart small sums for their childrer., and
!uarried Women and Minors (whore de
posits can only be with'drawn by themselves,
or, in case of death, by their legal repre
sentatives), wishing to lay aside funds for
future use, are'here afforded an-oppor:unity
of depositing' their means whiere they will
rapidly accuimulate, and at the same time,
be subject to withdrawal when needed
Apnr. , 1.-..r,m.
?. P. PIFET, M. A., Principal.
MISS FANNtE LEAVELL, assistant
STIHE- rext session of this SCHOOL will
begin on the first Tuesday in January,
A. D., 1870. The S,:holastic year will be di,
vided' into two sessio s of 20 weeks each;
with- a eacation'of two- u onths in, the Sum
mer. Terms per sessioaof 20 weeks as fol
Primary Clas-.Spelling, Reading,
Writing and Arithmetic...........$.10.00
Junior Class-Modern ceography.
English Grammar, and including above $15.00
Senior Class-Physical and Ancient
Geography, History, Mental Philoso
phy, Rhetoric, Compositin, Latin,
(;reek, Algebra, Geometry,Trigonome
try, Natnr. Philosophy, Chemistry
and including ahovc................. S20.00
One halfihe tnition 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, Spani,h 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 F.Iit. Pres. llward Trustees.
5. 1. BOOZEli, Sec. Board Trustees, or
the undersigned at Newberry, S. C.
A. 1'. PIFEIt, Principal.
Dec 2 2, 50-tf
B, IIOORMIN & 10,,
Are Now .Receiving
A CO31PLETE STOCK o
Which have been selected. and
BOUGHT WITH GRE.1T CA RLE;
and think they can make it the interest of
parties desiring such Goods, to examine
their stock before they make thick 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. 20 38 tf.
Upham's Antidote for
For ,ale at
MciNTOSI'S I)rug House.
Mar. 23. 12-tf.
Flour, Cheap Flour.
100 Bbls of Fam
ily Plour on han d,
at from $7 to $9
For sale by
W. H. WEBB.
Jan. 12 2 tf.
DR. E. C. JONES,
NEWBERR~Y, S. C.
Rooms over Mr. Mower's store, and in
front of IHerald oiliice.
I take pleasure in inforning my friends
and thet public generally, that my dental
rooms are now opcn, and that I am pre
pared to execute all work in my profession
in tM' most approved manner.
I am determined to devote my emtire
time and energy to my profession.
Jan. 12 2 Lf.
TOYES, TIWHRE, &E
Cheap as the Cheapest,
GOOD AS THIE BEST.
THIE subscriber would inform his friends
and the public generally, that he will fur
nish thenm with all articles in his line of the
best quality at the
Roofing and Guttering,
As well as all other
Will be done in the best and m'ost approved
styles at the lowest rates.
Call and examine goods and prices and
W. T. WRIGHT.
A pr. 2", 1 6--tf.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK have now in store
their SPRIN(G STOG K ot
Mens', Touths' and Boys Clothing
and Furnishing Goods,
Complete in every line as usual, carefually
selected under the nmost favorable circum
stances. Our stock is larger, and includeh
a greater variety, than ever before, amiong
which are several entirely new and veryv
pretty styles of goods. We cannot enume
rate, but a few minutes examination will
convince anyon. .hat we keep the largest
and nhost handsome stock in Newberry, and
that we are not to be UNDERSOLD by any
retail Clotbing House, North or South.
We intend to keep a table of assorted~
G'lothing, which will be sold at cost or les,
among which are many rare bargains.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK.
Boots and Shoes.
Fine Calf hand sewed dress Itoots, Shoes & Gaiter:
"D'ble soleW- P " " "
" Seal Skin " " " " " " "
Heav Ditche" r frm9 toll3
Best 'bte sole Pege Brogans for Men & Boys
Calla WRG il & COPPOCK'S.
Oct 68as tr.
Bar and Billiard Room
The undersignedaunoance to-their friend:
and patrons that their establishmnent wa:
never better appointed. We have recent:a
received a supply of pure liquors of all kinds
Iand intend to keep them up to a high stan
drd. S'LIH & CHIRETIAN.
Ma- 11 1-tf.
COME PTO TE SFSIHNE
Advad age of t h e Inducernents
Goods Bought at a Decline
AND FOR C ASh
C1N BE 8OLD ChEP!"
The subscribers beg l'eae respectfilly to'
state that the pihlic w?ilI find the above I
happy application in their case, and they
invite inspection of their
Spring Stcck of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Embroideries, Cualicoe.e, c.,
And all the eteeter.ts and thousand and one
articles comprised in the stock of a first
Among which we notice as a specialty in
prices: Black and Colored Silks, extra, Ante
B.ellum prices, from $2.2- to S2.5O; Leno's,
12,e. to :35e.: Organdies, 121e. to 50c.;
Striped Marseille-, 30c.; Fig. Pe.rcales, (.r
tra, 40e.; White Piqne's, 75.: Hionespnri at
Inc. ]ite. 15e. 2")c. and 35c.; Pillow Casing,
Sheetings, :3uc. to 7-5c.
Fesiules Lawns, L-Adies Tuck Skirts, 'loop
Skirts, Ladies' White Trimmings in :,btn
dance, i,adi_.s' Sets--extra-, Iraid.s, &c.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
%'"ssimeres, Linens, Cottonades, Denims,
Pertti-eres, and Notions in general, which
they are determined to -ll as cheap as the
cheapest for th cash.
Don't fail to understard ns, we have a
careful!y selected rock and will sell to give
We take this oceasion to return thanks
to our friends and customers for the patron
age so liberally bestowed in the past, and
promise that we will do all in our power to
pleast'. Mr. Griflin can be found in the
store at all times, and will be happy to see
M. BARRE & SON.
Apr. , 14-tr.
HOSm & JOE 1
Next to McFall & Pool's.
Respectfully inform their friends and
patrons that their stock of GRalG.ERIES
and FAMILY SCPPLIES is now full and
complete, and to which they beg to call at
A geeene line of
!T*ays on hand, such as
Sugars, Coffts, 'reas,
Rice, Flour, Meal, Grist,
Uams. (a fine brand.)
Uacon, Lard, Pickled Pork,
Mackerel, Molasses, Cheese.
Candles. Soap. Pickles.
Soda. Lye, laisins.
'Crackers, all kinids,
t'atnned O)vsters. Sarditnes
and Fruits, etc., etc.
Sergars, Chaewing and
IT'oirer anilor -5710
011L, 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 rendeir satisfaction
and- please the~ most fastidious.
HOUSEALL & JONES.
IN consequence of the decline in Cotton,
and more e.epeeially the large STOCK of
GOODS of all kinds that I have on hand.
I offer from this day
my entire Stock at
The Stock cons-;is in part of a full sup
Also at full Stock of
(f ant dc-<criptions. Notions of all kind?,
together with a large assoi'ment of
CL O T I-IIN G-,
H ATS. . BOOTS,
LAMIP GLASSES, OIL,
C CK.and many other goods too
nueosto mention. generally Rept
in a well assorted Store.
A small supply of Dickson's-Cotton
Mar. 16, 11-tf.
For sale at
McINTOSH'S Drug House.
Mar. 23, 12-tf.
Tutt's Golden Eagle
TYLTOSH'S i)r;g tImics
The experiments of the past year have
confirinhd dlose of for.:.er tears,:a& estab
lished bttyonl alt controversy, the great
merit of this South Carolina Fertilizer.
The undersigned are the Agents at Newber
rv, and will furnisr any quantity neeededI
by the plnters of this scction. They also
have a great number of' small pamphlets
containing testimonials of ma'ny of the best
planters of this and adjoiniig States, as
to its fertilizing properties which they wilr
".- 3fo 1i LN. $ Co'.
Jan 19 3 tf.
REMEMBER THE PLACE
My Spring Milliuery Goods, which
were purehased since the recent
heary de(-ne, are now being received.
Consisting of all the le styles of
Bon s, RUii60 a9d hats,
A n.h Whiclh are the Alpine, rin.
eess. Suez and Augustine, also that
superb new stvle Sun f-at which will
be woni by ev'erybtly. A gederal in
itati.n is extendci to the eouvna1ity
to call and exauiue and secure'a good
ttyle article at a LOW PRICE.
Apr. 6 , 14-tf.
Now being rec, e(il a complete
Dry, Faney a n d
BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of fthliiL wit be so
LOW FOR CASH
A pr. 6. 14-tf.
L E.4 THlE R,
On hand and for sale by
A pr. 0. 14-tf.
Ttt's Vegetable Liver Pill,
Cures diseases of the Liver and Stomach.
A pleasant cure for Coughs, Colds, &c.
andl Qusen's Delight.
The great Alteratire and Blood I'urifier.
Tut's Improved Hair Dye,
Warranted the best dye in use. These stan
dard prepar.ations are for sale by Druggi&ts
Bradfields Female Reg
For sale at
MeINTOSH'S D)rug House.
Mar 2i . 12-tf.
Simmons' Liver Invig
For s:ih at
McTNTOSH'S Drug House.
Saw's Cotton Seed Huller.
On hand aiia to'a'ie, 2000' busbels prime
white Maryfa$d Corn, at $1.50 per bashel,
encinluded. W. 41. WE.BB.
Dec. 29 50 tf.
A. !IW1fQ I Ql
IIave jut rete #i$h
large and -carefully selected
Stock of Seasoable_ es,
To which we are Oeii
and having pu n ase d * .
At Very 1ow
are now prepared to- or
the Ladies bargains. has
think of it!
12 yards good CaIc
for One Dollar
16arcs Vefy bee
Calico for One Do:a,
Gar br s- Goods re
wonder of all beb:olers; b
notwithstanding their ben
is less strange than- eiire
t @e 4'O
We Iif r Sa .
FOR THE MILLiON,
FULL SUITS worth $10, at thli're
ry low figure of $5.
Spring and Summer Ck thing of t~
We muake~ ThOOTS andx SHOES y
spciaitv. and choun that weha 't '
LARGNST S'iOCK of this he of
8T0/NE IN NEWBERMK
Our North 2arolina Shoes te war
rat to be free from all thos~e 1ddy
trick;s of wood and paper, and it are
abe to offer thiem at less than Nurt
er mdek areitles.
lhi11i RTlE Sft!
We patronize HOME MAXif.(C
We ako keep on hainds aii- edllent
as.cortmenJt of Northeri'
From the best manufactories.
By Making your Purchtses at
Youx will SAVE at least !0
me, P'se go
The liatest style of
May bc found at our Store