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'LOW PRICIES SELUOM
(:ommnd a good artic!e,' but in tl:e case of
t":)I ri Ir ,T !:e extce:tion proves the
rn!':-it is ihte br:;t t!c !;no'. n.
0.h. 110'1 i71tA r
IY E is d t n alt sides to be the miost
simp:e anl :.,d Dye ever invented; it is
"s!!y ^.pp'ied, d:c- not s':i i the skin, lcares
t"e hi f: .:' g. i o . nnd i in:a:tenenotis
in i-4 ff: Trv it an. yon wil! use no other.
.tuly 2;t. 29-2-.
T H E R E I S LITTLE
sanction for !evitr in the trratment of dis
eae. The sun. m'on ad sta:rs are sotemn:
the ocean anal alI inntitri:e tn:ture are sol
r:on; anad ma a "m:e11 o sor0row'a, and ac
rt::aint'"J wiithr grif.". Yet science has dOne
m:aC; towr.i. ::r1 ng these lk, and the
" ' a:r' .: r" Will be fuund a per,
ict - iI se:.''. t all wo!: su:'er the martyr
STIIT FR ESi_N FSAND
hnty of co-nplexion, to Much to he de
sired, 'e.tun ,tb . rtained tinless the female
System i a he_althyj coalition and free
'ron obtuc. T uere is no remedy
wich 1ro<ite; ":teh hnefteial resul'c a Di.
TfIT 's S.\>.\:.\ .I.A AND QUEEN'S
DELIG!HT. Thair purifying effects add
tone to the stoiach, and invigorate the
-1tune 22, 23-2:no.
We w!!! setn the New York Bec-!Keepers'
W.Journal rm i N.iticual Agrieu!turist and the
Her.il bth for one year for8'1.
.Aidress T. F. & it. II. (tENEKEl.
.MNIl'LUYME..T guaranteed to persons in
cvery part of the country. Suitable for La
dies or (;entl("m(-n. 1~1vs or G;irQ. Ad(lresS
\XN CEXTLY i'UiI- TION F)Co.,
Ciarles:on, S. C.
.1A 4. is-tf.
- .)A ;T DICKS ON 'S
treat Book on Farming now out. No firm
er- librarv coinplete without it. Bound in
cloth. extra, 1; Sheep, -1.50i Hali Moroc
m:>. 5. 5 Orders received at this office. Good
e-tinvassin- :tenls wtted. For terms, ap
1ly at :hi- otffic.
June 2', 25:f
IIE.I:TI:-S BEST DE
i. .\ --The we::k eateth herbs." says St.
'au!. so that ei;thteen hundred year- a-o the
value ot'rmed<iciial plants was appreciated. lI
tit- (ll 'e'tainent botanical remedies are re
p,2::!!' recoi'miended. but in no passage of sa
cred history is man recomnended to swallow
eai Im.':. or beue itl. or at,y other mineral prepa
ratie-n. The' sick were 'litected to est herbs to
.:ren;;hei then. to purity thern. to heal them. to
S re,t,re thiaem. In that day -the art of making
.e;. table extracts was unukn611wn. The herbal
tndicines were rrere infuions.
i was re<erved for a later age to unite the sani
Iart" eenees of tonic. aperient and antibitious
ts.' bak-, ind phats. with an :,ctive stirnu
la t.: ud thns secure their rapid dif'usion through
th-- de bi:itated or di-ordered syten. The crown
inr triutpht o:'this eff-Ctive m<de of concentra
n. alai .:yiig the virtues of medicinal vege
t:t-t"ws taehi'ved in th-: prohletion of Ilostet
ter's .Stemaeb Bitters. 'Never before had a per
Iecy iv pure a!coh:lic stimulant been combined
with the eXp,reeId juic s of the titest specifics of
the vetetab!e kingdom. Never yet, though
ci::hteen yea (s have e:aprsed siiuee its introduction,
lh s tis great re.torative been equ"tlled. It is
taken at atl nses. in all chines. as the most
potnt -ati-ru.d a:tiost epidemics. as a protec
tion agai:st .al tiuhi'.althy exiiaiationts that pro
fiu:e! eility or beget dis'ase; as a remedy for
in; erm ittintaiid other nialarious fevers: as an
appetiz,r: :n a sovereign cure for dysptmpsia; as
a ;;eueral tonic anl iavigor" ut; as a gentle. pain
le" aperie,t: as a blood d,"i,ureur; as a nlerviue:
at a cure for bilious :,ftections: as a harmless
an'd-. n.-: nd ta Itt'b"e I.n:NE- O gIEALTII
under uinavorabie circu::-tances, such as sedeu
tiry pnr-uits. nd -e bodi.y or mental exertion,
i.tr.:h ip, pri a i tu aut exposuie.
.110tV G. =' m:.
f. - T [ P.\ IN K1LL IU."
'lT :brein "inid dome'as:ic deakrnd tor Perry' Da
i i< & .a%-.: "ri:nt miedini:.e-ihe P'aini Killer
wvi-.-ver b't.are sn 2irge:tas is h:ts been of late:
anad 'a'I ii"k the t mfe hias trrived' wheiu the de
e::arat1 io may be ma de,. withoutc.the paossibil:ty of
r--m ino: . that e y f P'roeiieiie. in the
: *:'e r (nod I-daial. 'f the t.'nited States of
.i .-ier-s frunist the entire har.irtabte<
sw'a'w:vu a aIciue, wihi ch. ilu point of uni-'
terit a.-denia'd. e.xtent of usefulness. corn
U''e ec'icy aor :i11, e p:rposes for which it|1
i- desine "''Imti widereada.enduirin:t pouutnarity,
los :i-er '-"a egn:d!ticdiy anyiiedicinei in Eu
iwniertlit o the aaieam for the Pain
Si er. i- a "i Ie. int're-tin., a nt surprising fea
tre e hi.<-"rv of t'ais mi.-diiti'. Its "fame
at.e.':n ut.-- i - very qr:arrerof the habitable
d.b.The Pa in ii il:er i:- inow regntirly sold in
ii.el r seadjly -inc reasinag quantities, not ott
ly :'generi:: nt in every Siate amal Territoiry
ofth Union. ra'd cory Prov ince of P,riti.-b
Arme ica, but to tiicaiai A yres, lirazil. ('ruguay.
*-rii Ct::ihi aneIl" h--r -ouit Ii A m-ri can .tatee to
''t. e a:mdhwIih lehI.ds,ti to ('uba ansi other West
a a no l:iats:; ta. in dhand and Coiif ir.eutal Eu
rape: to Moamr'-i:e. M:ad:iasc:r. Z1izitbar and1
atw-r A fricai iniaes: to Aur-trai'. an C'alcuttai.
ttangooan "iiai oth*e- pl:aces ini India. It has alho
1:een seC:t tot hina, 'urnt we doubt if there is any(
f.>ri.:n p'rt or ii.':nai city in -\frica or A'.ia,
wIch i:- frequnted by .\ ineican and Europeanl
missoaiets. tra.' e-m or iradears, intoa which the
Pain M iler h::s inot been introduced and been
Te\ 'xtet o0 its nies''neass is anoter great
featne at 'his. --m-irk'able nedicine. It is not
(aul-:i th' b'.'- in eve'r known-i. rae everybody
w i con la. for" IruiL-es, cuts. burns. &ce.. but foar
-ow'sni-mv or chla. 'or any' soit ot' ti'owel comn" I
pi::i'isarimedy uai:pas-sed for c'Iicienic"
:':!.rp iy oa actioni. Ini the great cities of
El:ih r.:d in thle West In:dia I-hinds andi
I-,t - an , to-: i a Ih com:dinIts, tu well as for :
'4---:2 i' c.a:ny';:inits ram other kindred
0'n:- For 'an-:h:.d colds.canker."mtha
.m- untic diishei' ies, it hans been proved by '
- ot '.:innd:it ad conv'incing trials and
-a u-.toib an in'ahii:able medic ine. The
aop;i-:'rs ire ii po5s,-ion of' letters front per
as 1a- u le la-t ebhara:ter andl responisib ility'.
et i t i i:g. in itmquiroca I terms. to the cures ef
____ ec: I illnd the satrleaerory) reu:ts produe'd. in ft
:m- .a h:' -i'd-. vaiety ofa.s- by the us"e of
t hi ireat medemn. -P'rot.\Adverti.er.
I T.iil: ocaion to itte that my and
was aa!verttsedl fo.r sala' ini defaa!t of tax.
pan:eat. by .'iir. s'!h:2r thr-ough mi:stake.
Ti:mist!.e has b-een r'cttlir.
J. A. OWENS.
Ju!y. 20, 29-!t.
To the~ Teacher's of the Cmn-I
Yor a re reoiredl to make out your re- L
-a:s o t 'i in two septarale accouints. S
Fo ': ir-t laerm from Not'. ]st, ]S8> to E
cire .aist, 18%4a, and for the 2dl term fom a
A rlit -o 'to tire last Frid.ay in Jne. Ii
Thie eas miustal be filed in miy; oalice B
ir te an 'be forwaded to thec State t1
Sm: f -ienao for paymnent. Pr-ompt. at
m-: 'o (:: and. al is necessary. Te-ach- it
e-'- i'! recei'v'e bl ank formus on appication at
to Jesse C. S:nith, iinimy oCice, dutring my B
a.-e,and lay airplia:tin to mei at Po- B
m:ar'a i! . !: cla.ose of' the mthtalr. O:i H
a a "s-day I will be in my olilee and during
the week to rea.cive thae acconits. On Sat- aG
nna te Botr' of Exam~iiners will mecet B
andl giv.e certifieates to applicanits. We
wi ! endeatvor to accommnodate Teachers
chi1 d a-ut -.aturday will be the regular
..ay oh Examinatin..0
1For pn lielar- pease refer to the Circu- ...
v:s pasited up iin the rost Office.
69010 F ICTRV
ii.\aV iN su":ieda ourselves w-ith new
1Ia , a-d a r:id ra::r elatry gene- -
rall, wedo.- n-:aelvs :lat with our per
: ', in-ece a n i promipt. atten!
a" rato, we earl give satisfaction
a '- (sane i-ir B.\TTER,. with
h ne now' makate PERFE1CT MIXES, is
-rii . 1:t. i-er pound is our
- -:!:.t'viol! when the wool is ge
-ino C ca": 'y'Cr poan-I extrat when Tia
a'h 09 ai Wde have\ anabies and c
a ! a'.tlmm -tto'as cor~trer:- or
ii.izin;:. 'd.A.W T. i
na-b 0,i'or "i-lt for t
. Wo!rolsw!! C rturned a a.
A BARBECUE will be given at WAD
LINGTON'S CROSS ROADS on TUESDAY,
the . 2d day of August nest, when Judge
Carpenter, Ger.eral Bntler and others will
address the citize.ns o! Newberry on the po
j litical necstiens of the day.
A cordial invitation is hereby extended
to all persore, without regard . to race or
poiitical opinions, to be present.
July _t, 24-t. Sup't of C.vasas.
A Mass Meeting will he held at SALU
DA OLD TOWN on .:ONDAY, the 1st of
August next, whe .Judge C:irpenter, Gen
eral Butler and others will address the
citizens of Newberry and Edgefield, on the
political questions of the day.
A cordial invitation is hereby extended to
all persons, without re.ard to race or po
lirical opinions, to be present.
An Accommodation Train from Newber
ry C. Ii.. to Saluda Old Town, will be run
on the G. & C. R. R.-up and back the
same day. SIMEO\ FAIR,
July 20, 29-2t. Sup't of Canvass.
GROWN by one of our most practical
farmers. For sale by
CARWILE & McCAt GIIRIN.
July 2U, 20-2t.
LANDRETH'S NEW CROP.
Yellow Ruta Bag;t.
White Ruta. Baga.
White Flat Dutch.
Large White Globe.
Hanover and Seven Top.
Warranted fresh and genuine. For
PRATT'S Drug Store.
July 20, 29-tf.
Pic-Nic Beef and Mutton.
On Thursday afternoon I will have extra
good beef and mutton for sale, and parties
wishing choice pieces for the pie-nie of
Friday can secure the same by applying
early half past three o'clock, on Thursday .
afternoon it will be ready.
July 20, 29-It. A. HARRIS.
I herein extend an earnest invita
tion to all parties who are in debt to
ue, to call at once and settle, it
nakes no difference how small the .
umount is, I att in need of all I can
I mean this notice to apply to all T
irho are owing me. This is no idle.
neaningless advertisement, I want d
tvhat I am justly entitled to.
L. R. MARSHALL. *
July 20, 29-1t. N
The imnersipmed hereby gives notice that f<
dI persons indebted to the late firm of
ttewart & Coate, may discharge their in- 2
ehtedniess, by applying to my Attorneys, ki
sir, Pope & Pope, upon the rule adopted la
y the juries at thbe fall term 18S69-if ap- at
!iention be umade on or before the 1st day FI
f A 'gust.next.
A fier that date suit will be commenced a<
o enforce co!!hetion.
(Signted) JOHNY COATE, St
Smrviv-or of Stewart & Coate. F
July 20, 29-2r. -0o
South Carolina T
UNK AND TRUST COMPANY, io
ttui'ding formerly ocenpied by Carolina Na- d
tional Bank.) cei
.3A IN ST RE E lT,
This Bank, S.tvings, and Trutst Company, D
nder their charter, with amiple capital, are
repared to meet the wants of general busi
We disco::nmt commereinl and all paper q1
n approved collatrals~ tnmake collections
taccessible pinmtain the United States;
uy atnd se&l echiange on the principal
ities in he States atnd Catnadas ;pturcha:se
nd sell Glovernment Bonds, Batik Bills,
ndc Southern Secnrities.
Advances made ott consignments of Cot
>nt antd othmer products with bill-lading at
inched, ot ware-hmoute receipt. By special C
rrangenment we receive deposits, allowing 2
mtere-t, and issue certicetes for the samie.
P'romipt attetition rivetn to the collection
I' salaries, unid lignidation of claimsaagainst
H A IU)Y SoLOMO-N, Presidcnt.
JT. G. ROATII, Cashier.
July 20, 29-3tmos.
'ISTR [CT COURT of the UNITED
States-For the Dist. of So>uth Catrolina.
In the matter of Laurens Rlait Road Co., a
Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy.
A warrant in Bankruptcy has been issued
said Court against the estate of said
aurens R. R. Conmpany of the State of .s
uth Carolina in said District, adjudged A
:rkrupt upon the petition of its creditors, *
id the payment of any debts and the de- .
;ery of any propeity belon.gin. te' said
mnkrnpt to' the said Co. or to its use, and
e transfer of anmy property by said Co., -
e forbidden by law. A rueetitng of cred
irs of said Bankrupt, to prove their debts tit
d cho se one or niore Assignees of said a
ttkrupC's estate will be held at a Court of SI
innkrupmcy to be holdetn at Newberry C. P
,in said Districr, on the 1 2mh day of' Au- C:
l,S170, at 12 o'clock M., at the'office of an
G. Jae:.er, Esq., onie of tIhe Registrars in N
rnkruptcy of said Gourt. .. tie
L. E. JOHNiSON,
U. S. Marshal, Messenger.
Per A. P. Pirat,- fep.. Mes.
July 20,- 29-St.. i
tmes A. 3fars and Rob't II. Mars, Ex'ors.,L
vs. John P. Kinard anid Trustees of New- to
berry College.-In Equity-Newberry. et
By order of the Court in this case, the n
-ditors of the Newberry College, of the'
a4ngelical Luth,eran Synod of South Caro- th
a and adjacent States, are required to au
:der in anid establish their demandia be- to
e ime on or before the FIRST DAY OF k
GUST NEXT. c
THIOS. M. LAKE, Clerk. th
July 13, 28--St.tit
South Carolina Railroad. i
?la and after JTuly 1st, 18'70,- all Passen- fo
-s gettinz on Trains at Stations whtere
kets ARE SOLD, and neglecting to pur
tse Tickets, will be charged the Condtect
s Extcess Rite. But all Passengers get
Son at Stations where Tickets are NOT
I.D, will be charged otly the Agent's P
te h the Gondumctor.
'~ ALFRED L. TTLER,
P.i. Ptems,~- General Ticket Agent. D
Magic Elastic Hand Stam
A 'EW INVENTION, for Printing
Paper, Wood, Leasfer, Glass Gloth,
Business Men! print your own Cards,
he.ds, WrappingPaper, &c., saving I
ter's Bills. Prices, :i to 'S. Sheets 1
priced designs sent free. Aenits wan
Liberal inducenents-:10 per daiy e:
made. Canvassing owtfit, Sl.
SMITiH, I1 t LL & CO.,
No. GG Courtlandt Sr., New Yorl
July 21, 2P-5t.
JIST REf EMlD
A small aii 1eautiful it of
LADIES GOAT POLISH BOOTI
Ladies English Front Laec Gait(
froi the wor:d renowned Factory
Miles & Son.
A few cases of C. Lines' fam<
Ladies' Walking Boots.
All of which will be
SOLD LOW FOR CAS
ABRAMS, GRIFFIN & C(
Per McD. METTS.
July G, 2i-tf.
)R TO LEASE FO:
A TERM of YEARS
MY PLANTATIO on - tluda, near (
'own Depot. MULES, CORN, IMPI
ENTS, &c., may be had with the place.
Apply on the place, or to
BARN WELL, S. C.
July G, 27-4m-e.o.w.*
I have just received from the N
ork Factory. the new style of VIi
ORY JARS for putting up Frui!
or sale low. Call at
June 8. 23-tf.
nited States Marshal's Sal<
he United States of America-South Car
BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to n
rected, issuing out of the Honorable tl
nited States Circuit Court, for the Distri
'South Carolina, I will expose for sale,
C highest bidder, at public auction,
ewberry Court IIouse, on the 1st day
ugust, 1870, being the first Monday of ti
onth, all the right, tit'e and interest
iMUEL YOUNG, deceased, in and to tI
lowing property, to wit:
1. One tract of land in the County<
ewberry, andi State of South Carolin:
own as thre Walden Place, bounded I
uds of M. Suber, Mrs. Atchison and othert
*d containing f?NE HUNDRED AN
)RTY (140) ACRES, more or less.
[g This tract has on it .about FIFT
res of bottom land.]
2. One tract of land, in the County an
ate aforesaid, known as the Sam. Sco
ace, bounded by lands of tract No. 1, an
her lands of Samr'l Young, decease d, an
ntaining ONE HIUNDRED AND TWE3
i (I 20) ACRES, more or less.
This property is levied on. as the estate<
muel Young, deceased, in the possessio
William Young, deceased, to satisfy th
cree of James Bond.e, obtained in th
se of IIamilton, Young & Bush, vs. Wi
m Young. Ex'or., and others.
TERMS CASHI-Purchasers to pay tli
irshal for necessary papers and statups.
The sale to be conducted by A. P, Pife1
Truty Marshal, as Auctioneer.
L. E. JOII\SON, U. S. Mar shal.
July 13, 2S-36.
heo Great Medical DiscoTery
Dr. W ALTBIL'S CALT.TPORNIA
.5 llHndreds of Thousands se
SBear testimonmy to their aonderful~i
*rWHAT A THEY?
$d fPo u,Wiky ro pi
tier o'too d uknns andiruin, buPro Strue
'diine, made from the Native Rtootq and
rbs of California, free from all Alcoholic
imulants. They'are theGREATBLOOD
yI FIE R and LIFB GIVING FRIN
-PLE, a perfect Rtenovartor and Invigorator
the System, carrring off all poi.sonous raatter,
1 rest'>ring the bloodlto a healthy condition.
>person can take these Bi tters, according to
etions, and remain long unawell.
| too will bo given for ain incurable ease, pro
nthe bones are not destroyed by mmeral
;as or o:hor mean.s, nnd the vital Organs
.~.d bevond the point of repair.
ior InaTmitory and Chronic Rhaeu
tism, and Gout. Dyspopsia, or Indi
tion. Bilious, Remittent. and Inter
itent Fevers, D)iseases of the Blood,
ver. Kidneys, and Bladder, these Bit-.
e's have been tmost. snmecssful. Such Dis
se are caused by Vitiated Blood, which
~en-ratly pro&tredc by derangement of the
Iuacy in:vi:rorate the sto:nach, and stimulato
torpid liver and boweRs which render them
nneu:dledl eilicacy in cleansing the blood of
impurities, and imparting new life and vigor
the whole syst.n
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Iteadache,
in in the shl:Od."r4, Courha. Trchtnes's of the
est. Dinziv-"s, Sour Stomnach,'Bad Taste in
SMouth, 1i.lionis Attacks, Talpitation of the
aret. Copious 1)ischnarges of Urine, Pain in
irions-ofthe Kidneys, and a hundred other
inful symptomns which are the offsprings of
-spepsia, are curd b>y theso hitters.
icanse the Vitianted Blood whenever you find
impurities bursting?t brou;;h the skiniun Pim
a Eruptions, or Sores. cleanse it when it is
,ad your feelings will t'ell you When. Keen
blood pure and the health of the system wili
l, TAP'E, and other WoRM~S, lurking in'
Ssystem of so many thousands, are effectually
troyed and removed.
ror full directions,.read carefully the eircular
nnd' each bottle,prnted imrour languages
rith, German, French, and Spanish. ..
WALKER. 32 & 34 Commerce Street, N. Y.
p ieto. . .eMcONALD) & Co.,
DrThuggists and General Agents.
n Francisco, California, and 32 and34 Cona
9; SODL LL DRUGGISTS AND
ALiIS - .
R Eh A
- LOUIS SHODAIR'S
June 1, 22-tf.
lR. J. R. THEMPSUN,
(Successor to Dr. W. B. McKellar.)
Office over McFall & Pool's store, on Main
All the old business left unfinished will be
completed on the terms as before arranged,
S and everything done in the best manner and
warranted. The patronage of the public is
Dcc. 8, 48-tf.
THIS preparation is particularly recom
. mended to persons suffering from Billions
ness, Constipation and Dyspepsia arising
from Indiges*ion, also, a certain preven
tive of CIIILL and FEVER. Theaddition
of certain ingredients has so completely
R disguised the taste of this Bark as to render
this efficacious TONIC palatable. It iscon
a posed of the best Vegetable Tonics known
to the Medical profession.
)ld Prepared only by
S. F. FANT,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Apr. 20, 16-tf.
I A M now dispcsing of my stock of
At NEW YORK COST, in order to
make ready for my
You have already got goods from
inc very cheap ; come now and get
- A. HARRIS.
* June 22, 25-tf.
0 IEROKE 8PRIR
ew Furniture-Hotel Thoroughly
ec Renovated-New Bedding--New
~fBat/hs-Bowling Alley, and other
modes of exercise for guests, will
.be ready for visitors June 1st,
Board per mouth $30---per week
$10--per day $2.
d The water is Chalybeare, and is cool and
Ipleasant to the taste. Has proven effica
d cious in curing Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
dKidney Diseases, Gravel, Dropsy, Diarrhea,
.Cutaneous Atlections, Chill and Fecver, Gene
ral Debility, and many other ills of a kin
f dred nature. The table wiji be providcd
a with the best the country affords; ana e2
e ry attention given to visitors, calculated to
e make their stay pleasant. CAniss 'rO Rzs-r.
I- E. C. OLIVEl, Proprietor,
Spartanburg C. UI., S. C.
e June 1, 23-2m.
meor enn s:
K momosem Sela IMM
Two Dollars_per Annum.
64 Pages Reading Matter.
30 Pages Advertisements.
WALKER, EVANS & COGS WELL,
D. WYATT AIKEN,
CH ARLE3STON, S. C
July 13, 2S-tf.
50O BAL-ES N. R. sna Eastern HAY.
BOB3LS. GOLDEN SYRUP.
1Lo* for Cash at
H. C. WISKEMAN'S.
June 20, 26-tf.a
SAVE YOUR FRUITS. I
THE Carolina Mannfacturing Company
has just received a large supply of FRUIT
CANS of a very superior quality, which F
ivill be sold low for CASH.v
A. T. COOK, Sup't. a
June 29, 26-tf.o
Guardian's Notice for Final _
THE undlersigned hereby gives notice G~
that he will apply to the .Judge of Probate
Court, for N'ewberry County, on thme 2'ith
day of July next, for a final discharge as
Guardian of MARY HILU'S ESTATE. d
LEVI METZ, Guardian. e
June 29, 1870-26-4t. t
Bar and Billiard Room.
The~ undersigned announce to their friend,.
aind patrons that their establishment was ai
never better appoin-ted. We lhave recently 1.
received a supply of pure liquors of all kinds; D
and intend to keep thenr up to a high stan
dard. SMIT H & CHRISTIAN.
M.iy II 19 :f.
LANDRETWS 1870 CROP.
Yellow :t.a B:tga Tundp Seed.
White Ruta ntaga Turnip Seed.
Early White Flat Dutch Tur;ip Seed.
Red or Purple To; Turnip Seed.
Large Norfolk Turnip Seed.
Large Globe Turnip Seed.
ianorer Turnip Seed.
Seven Top Turnip Seed.
Just received and for sale at
McINTOSH'S DRUG HOUSE.
July 13, 28---tf.
P.W. &R. S. CHICK
(At Stewart's Corner.)
HAVE a full Stock of Goods hon2ht for
CASH, which they offr to sell LOW FOR
CASH. Consisting of
A large and varied assortment of Ladies'
Dress and Fancy Goods of latest style.
Notior.s of many and choice descriptions.
Gentlemen's and Boy's Spring and Sum
Large lot of Men's and Boy's Hats at very
Heavy stock of Bleached and Unbleacbed
Homespuns and Striped Plaids.
Good stock of Boots and Shoes for Men
A nice lot of Ladies', Misses' and Chil
dren's Shoes, of Moore, Larrabee & Co.,
Tea, abundant and good.
Factory Yarn by the wholesale'and retail
equal to any Yarn made in the State.
Fine lot of Cutlery, Tools, Locks, and
Saddles, Hlarness, Bridles, Whips, &c.
Guns and Pistols.
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses.
Plain and Fanev Soaps, Pepper, ,Spice,
Ginger, Soda and Starch.
Large lot of Hoes, Shovels, Spades,
Scthe Jhadcs 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
faction of all who will patronize them
At Low Rates and short Profits .
Call and examine their Stock and judge t
They are also Agents for Jacob B. RIit
ter's celebrated i-uproved old Anchor B. and
Bolting Cloth. (
P. W. CHICK. R. S. CHICE.
Apr. 20, IG-tf.
THE 1870 DEIILINE
Has WVorked Wonders
IN TI FIl( O~F DIU O0093S.
Havng jus retundtomteNrthr
markets with a select Spring and Summera
Stock of Goods, bought with care and at re
duced prices, is now prepared to sell at
rn all the following lines:
Df every variety, such as Silks, Grenadines,
Poplins, Japanese Cloths, Lemaoe, Bereges,
Defaines, \lnslins, Black and White Alpac-E
as, and a fnll assortment of Dress Trinm- 15
UOMESPUNS, and DRILLS.
Another large of ibose splendid ribbed
EIO fo 124c. T
[IOSIERY and Gloves of every var'iety. A
fine Lot of CROCKERY and TABLE
CUTLERY. Also, UOOP SKIRTS.
lEANS, Cottonades, Linens, Cassimers, n
Doe Skins, Broadcloths, together with an fc
elegant lot of st
lITATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, al
JIL SILK and NURSERY
ILso a choice stock oftl
V~addlery, Buggy & Wagon Hlarness,
SoLt.7'rEI:, HIansess Axn) WVAix
LE ATH ER,
a great variety, and a general atock of all
tII of which in qunality, variety and prices-,
ill enable nme to compete with any hn:-.
his side of Mason and Dixon's line.
Deeply gratet ul for md ifberal patronage,p
respectfully se'.icit an exami'ntion of my U
'rga stock, and guarantee saetisfactory
W. T. TARRANT.
A pr. 6, 14-tf.
TAKE NOTICE. Na
All persons indebted to the estate of g
ames M. Brooks, dec'd., are requestedi to 2
take immediate payment; and all who mi
ave elairhs against the said estate will th
lease render them in to me, properly attes- Sa
'd, as soon as practic-ble. 01
R. MOORMAN,Ex'or- an
July 13, 28--3t.
By virtne of sundr, writs of Fieri Fa.-is
me directed, I will sell on the first Monm- s
ay in August next, at Newberry Court
louse, to wit:
25 acres of land more or less, bounded
y lands of George Rikard, Benson Cour,ts.
aid others.- Levied on as the property of Di
inor Kinard, at the suit of Elizabeth Gall- As
a~n, Adm'x. 3 18
Also 150 acres more or less, bounded by C
nds of Robert Luther and G. G. Dewalt. ten
Also 1 6 acres more or less, bounded- by Pr
'ome place and lands of H. Cannoin. Le- a"
ed on as the property of Mathias Singley,
the suit of Micajah Suber, Add~r for an- eat
~her. Terns Gash. 3 q4
THOS. PAYSINGER, S. N. C. qu
Juiy 13, 28-3t.
reenville & Columbia R. R1.
ENERAL SUPE RINTENDENT'S OFFICE-,
Conxmanr , July 8, 1870.
FOR the acc onimodation of persons who
esire to witness the Comnmencemenrt Ex
cises of Ersktine College, at Due West, on
.e 13t1h and 14th instants, Tickets from all
ations on this Road to Donnald's, will be
sued- ont the 12th and 13th, to go and re
rn for ONE FARE-the privilege to:-eturn
extend to the 15th, inclusive. I
Extra Trains will run between'Ninety-Six
dI Donanald's, on the 12th, 1th, lNth aaud
th, leaving Ninety-Six at 6 a. mn., and era
onnald's at 5 p. m. JONH 1R, ch:
Gene:.al Scperintend::nt. Fo
July 15, 28-I t.
Hi MORII4N & fO1,
Are Now Receiving
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Which have been selected and
B() UGlT WITH G REAT CA I E
and think they can make it the interest o1
partics dc=iring such Goods, :o examin
their stock before they make their 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 narkets.
Sep. 29 33 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,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Rooms over Mr. Mower's store, and in
ront of Herald office.
I take plea.sure in informing my friends
nd the publie generally, that my dental
ooniis .are now open, and that I am pre.
ored to execute all work in my profession
u the most approved manner.
I am determined to devote my entire
ime and energy to my profession.
Jan. 12 2 f.
WIIG HT & COPPOCK have now in store
feir SPRING STOCK of
lens', TIoutbs' and Boys Clothing
and Furnishing Goods,
'omplete in everr line as usual, carefully
elected under the most. favor.:ble cirenm
tances. Our stock is hirger, and includes
greater variety, than ever before, among
hich ate several entirely new and very
retty styles of goods. We cannot enume
tte, but a few minutes examination will
auvince anyone that we keep the largest
id most handsome stock in Newberry, and
iat we are not to be UNDERSOLD by any
ntail Clothing IIouse, North or South.
We intend to keep a table of assorted
lothing, which will be sold at cost or less,
rnong which are many rare bargains.
WRIGHT & COPPOCKs
Boots and Shoes.
ine Calfbhand ewed dress Boots, Shoes & Gaiters
' "D'ble sole w. " " "
' Seal Skin " " "" -" " "
Kip baud Fg'd " " " "
eav Ditchers"" 8 " " fyo9to 3
ustK 'bl Sol Pegoed Brgans for Men & Boys.
C at WRIHTt & COPPOCK'S.
Oct 6 39 t.
SCommon Pleas-Newberry, South Caro
ina.-Mayes & Martin and others, vs.
Ti B3ank of Newberry, S. C.
BY an order do~'is Hlonor, T. 0. P. Ver
mn, Judge of the Court of CZ"tmon pleas
r the Seventh Cireuit, passed in the abom
ated case, dated 20tb day of May, 1870,
I sucing creditors of the Bank of Newber
,South Carolina, are enjoined from the
rther prosecution of their respectivo suits
d they and all other creditors are required
render their demands at the ofiice of the
mnk of Newberry, S. C., at Newberry, in
e Statc of South Carolina, for payment, on
hefore the first day of December next,
d if not paid when so presented, then to
nder thew within the time specified above
fore Thes. M. Lake, special referee, to be
tablished before him according to law.
THOS. II. LAKE,
Clerk of the Court of Comimori Pleas.
For Newberry County, S. C.
May 25. 21-i f.
REAP M'CLELLAN SADDLES!!I
TIl E nndersigned arc now nmnnu facturing
sale Buggy 1-arness at $16.50 per set.
w McClellan a.ddles, $7, $S and $10.00
eh. 2d hand Government McClellan Sad.
s, *4.00 to $7.00 each. Team Unraess,
4 and f, horse sets, CTIEAP; all of best]
terial and workmanship. Together with
above, a general stock of fine Harness,
3dles, Bits, &c. &c. GIVE US YOUR
~DERS if you wish a good. substantial
d cheap article.
~HAPEAU & HEFFRON,
68 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C.
hone TS, 24-3ntl
outh Carolina Monu
a special meeting of the Board of
-eeto'rs of the South Carolina Monument
sociation, held on Thursday, June 23d,
in, the resignation of Mrs. Louisa S. Mc
rd as President of the Association was
dereJ and accepted.
~Irs. William Wallace, of Columbia, Vice
~sident, will act as President until the
imal election of officers, in November.
District Managers are requested to go on
nestly' with their work and have their
rterly reports ready for the regular
irterly meeting, on th'e 20th of Angust.
I. D. MA RTIN,
;oLlrxxA, S. C., June 24th, 1870.
)Uth Carolia Instig
NOVEMBER 1st, 1870.
20 Most liberal Premiums offered in s
*zy departmrtent of Agriculture and Me.
nic Arts. saihe
remium List publishcd in Pmhe
Respectfully inform their f "
patrons that their stock of GROGE
and FAMILY SUPPLIES i* now fall an(
complete, a::d to wltieh they beg to call at
A general line of
Xways on hand, .etch as
Sugars, Coffees, Teas,
Rice, Flour, Meal, Grist,
Hams. (a fine brand.)
Bacon, Lard, Pickled Pori,
Mackerel, Molasses. Cheese.
Candlep. Soap, Pickks,
Soda, Lye, Raisins.
Crackers, all kinds,
Canned Oysters, Sardines
and Fruits, etc., etc.
Segare, Chewing and
Powder and Shot.
OIL, etc.. etc.
Besides a choice assortment of
Th:utkful 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.
:RE DO1 .
IN consequence of the decline in Cotton,
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
The Stock consis's in part of a full sup
Also a full Scock of
Of all descriptions. Notions of all kind.e,
together with a large assortment off
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 Cotton0
Mar. 16, 11-t'.
1870, SBIIR 1870.
WE beg leave to announce to our
friends, customers and thme pleasant
puxb1'e generally, that ge have just re-T
eeived a choice lvt of handsome and
MIIAP ART SOODS ,
A first cfnss stock of Ladies' Con. m
saiters, Last. Bals.j goat and kid
Blootees, olisses' and Children's Cai
ers, iRootees. &c., and a fmne lot of
>egged work, such ats Mens' Gaiters.
Bals., Jersey Ties; wonm's Bal's., all w
if which we gruarantee. <
se We have on hand a lot of -r
i.nd in order to close them owt., wil
ell them at and below .NEW YORK
Give us a call sa,d see if 'se don't am1
aean just what we say.
Ki. BA~RRE & SON.
iT O1TE, TINH1R, &%
Cheap as tie Chteapest,
RO00IAS THlE BEST.1
THt subscriber would inform his friends
nmd the public generally, that- he will fur
ish themi with all articles in his line of the se
est quality at the :
LGWES'T PRidaS. vo
Ehoing aid Gutteing,
E.s weHl as all otherdi
Vill be done in the best and most approved
Lyles at th'e lowest rates.I
Gall and. . samine goods and prices and
atisfy yourselves. w.
W. 'P. WRIGH'T'.
Ti,,' eanrruin nitc of :he p-Kt ra. bav
'Ci, "'q,g J I ll traver. thr. 1,'rrl(
- thl re the Aget's at Na er.
i:: rni great .mo quantitV neeede
pE:anters of thki :riid n t'They also
to i s ferilizing poperttcs, W mphlete
istribute gr.ati. be."
PR. aOORMAN &
9EMEMBER THE PLACE
My Spring Millinery Goods, tetich
cere purekased since the receat
teavy decline, are now being received.
jonsisting of all the late styles of
ennets, Ribbons and Eata,
mong whtich are the Alpine, Prin.
ess, Suez and Au-gustine, also that
uperb new style Sun Hat wrhich irill
e worn by everybody. A geseral ini
itation is extended to the eotm 7
D call and examine and secure-a god
tyle arfiele at a LOW PRICE.
Apr. 0, 14-tf.
Now being received a compl
Dry, Fancy antd
BOOTS AND S4E9.
All of which will be sold
LOW FOR CASE
OLE. , R4--f.S!
tus s et, Upper
2 hand and for sale by
[rtt's Vegetabule Livir 'Iff4
Cures diseases of the ivrer and St'.i.
A pleasant et.re for Coughs;CoMu,&@'
and Queen's Defg
'lie g'reat ilteraI'veasd Blood raridis
tt's Improved Hair Dye,
Varranted the best dye is use. 'INife adr
d preparatious are for sale by D%nM
'he Caro!ihe Mamifascturing toitpmint
ie the ra'dies to eiir sto'ek of FAR%Cf
'aES. Plean call and 4famine ihW.
charge for lookinir.
flho =-ish to purchase Tin~ Ware* it
I(LESA LE are inviiled to etang a! piileet
put dowu at s.eek fagn'res as waf. 4or
UI 8f your wants can be supph'ed at me
m and mnoderate prices.
ro the R-etail Thade.
)ur R ET AIl. SA MPLEi!:Se C.MPLTT,
ioffered :rt L,IT.NG PRICES.
;uiet attention paid f6 roofing, guttef
,rpairing of s'oves; making store pipa
,te.ir nt ware; &c.
~ur S't.ek of Sto es are complete1 of 6.s
t,ano pneeCs low.
A. T. CO(Tk, Sup't.
SPARTANEaiG COUNTY, S. C.
H IS delightful Watering Place, unsu
b,v ainy in the South, for its medteia
hties, is now open for the summer. Ja
ds an-d p!easure-seekers should nt flE
isit thiq C-pring. Bowl-mg Allcy, BiliaId
on, Croquet Grounds are being Stsd
the amusemnent of the guet&s.Fae
Is during the .summner. Rooms W
comfortably furnished, and the Ti
plied with the best of everything. &lle
et from Spartauburg to Hotel. Cfufas
per monh WT. D. FOWL~
2000 Bushels Coz'u,
.a hand and to arrive, 2000 busb*l rise
te Mars land Corn, at $1.50 per- babe3.
;included. W. H. WnhB.
.29) 52 if.
Mr .' --3m