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David B. Wicker et. al., vs. Levi Living.
ston, et. al. In the Probate Court-Ci
By order of James C. Leahy, Probate
Judge, I will sell on the first Mondn in Feb.
ruary next, all that tract or parcet of land in
Newberry County and State aforesaid, con
More or less, bounded by lar-ds of William
Bishop, Henry Koon, John H. Graham,
and Derrick, or of the laud of Andrew
Terna of Sale Gash.
THOS. M. PAYSINGER,
Jan 11 2-3t. ti. S. N. C.
State of South Carolina,
County of Newberry-In
Tbotpas M. Lake, Clerk, &c. Plaintiff vs.
Thomas Odell and others, Defendants.
Coo}plaint to sell land, &c., &c.
Ps atitt to an order in this ease I will
yell on Saleday in February next, all that
tract of land known as "Kennedy Place"
Two Hundred and Sixty
More or less, on Duncan's Creek, in the
County and State aforesaid, bounded by
lands of Holloway Hill, Joshua Duncan,
John Ray and others.
Terms of Sale, one-half cash, the bal.ince
.n a credit of twelve months, with pur
oisser's bond and a mortgage of premises
se secure the sanie. Purchaser to pay for
esumps and papers.
[Sighed] THOS H. PAYSINGER.
aa,11 2-3t. f10,50. S. N. C.
V. T. Scott vs. N. B. Knox.-Petition for
relief on administratio.i bond.
It appearing to me by affidavit that N B.
Knox, the defendant in the above stated
osft is absent from and without the limits
of this State, it is ordered that the said de
fondant do plead, answer or demur to these
proceedings within. sixty days from publi
cation hereof. or ord, r pro confesso will be
taken againt him.
JAMES C. LEA[IY, r. a. s. c.
' Jan II '2-2mo lut.
Esparte W. W. Boazman Admu'r D. Cooper
$y virtue of an order Jas. C. Leahy,
Probate Judge in this ease, I will sell at the
late residence of D. Cooper Boaznan, on
lth DAY OF JANUARY INST.,
': 1 MULE,
PLANTATION & BLACK
Si ITII TOOLS,
HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN
T. 3. PAYSINGER, S. N.C.
The Cash System.
The under,signed have from this date de
termined to adospt strictly t.he Cash System
In their. buiness. believing it to be to the
interest of both buyer and seller. Orders
muast he' accompanied with the Cash to in,
sure attent ion.
All god sold-. at lowest prices for Cash
*nly. S. P. BOOZER & CO.
A. P. FIFER, N. A., : :: Principal.
Kiss FANINIE LEAVELL, :: Assistant.
Pior. F. W RBER, :: Musical Dep't.
THlE next session of this SCHOOQL will
begin on TUEADAY, THE THIRD (:;d) OF
Tuition--From $10~ to Geo) l.er half session
of 5 months. Mutsi, and Modern Languages
[nstruction given ir. all the branches
usally taught in Female Scho~ols of the
Pespils from a distance can obtain board
5. goodI private families at about #15 per
Puials will be charged from the date ''
*ntrance, and no reduction will be made
ezeJpt in cases of protracted illness.
) B. Time Tvid~on fees must be paid in
-'or particulars apply to
COL. S. FA IR,
Pres't Board Trustees, or
-S. P. BOOZER, SXq., Sec.
Jan. 4, 1- tf.
HEREAFTER these valuable machines,
s. necessary to the comfort of every family,
will be kept for sale at the Bookstore.
Warranted to give satisfaction. Call and
Subscriptions received to all the Lad es
Magasines, viz: Godley. Frank Leslie, Demn
.eest, Peterson, Lady's Friend, Die Moden
welt, and others. Subscribe at once.
Any book that may be wanted by ar y
person, if not on hand, will bew procnred and
sold at Publisher's prices. At the Book
~JOHN A. CHAPMAN.
Jan. 4, 1-tf.
The Male Academy of this Town will be
opened on Monday, the 16th Inst., under
th's. Supsrintendance of Mr. James C. Hlar
B dia. Mr Hardsn is eminently qualified to
seach all the Branches useally taught in the
best Academies of the country, and will
apply himself assiduously to duties of a
test-ciass Teacher. Tuition to be paid at
she end of each session.
* SIMEON FAIR,
President Board Trustees.
Jan 4, 1-2s.
John U. Derrick and Samuel Derrick, vs.
Annie S. Derrick, et al.-Complaint for
partition and~ sale of land to pay debts.
THE Creditors of the Estate of George
Derriek, deceased, are required to render in
ad establish on 'oath, before the under
signed, their respective demands on or be
fore the 15ith day of February next.
T HOS. M1. L AKE, c. c. r., s. c.
Jan. 4, 1-7Zt.
CUSTOM1ERS will take notice that
I have a full supply of that good
make of A XES on hand, and for sale
low. DI. MO0WER.
Nov. 28, 47-tf,
Charlotte, Columbia and A;gusta 3.3E. Co,
Columbia, S. C., December 20, 1870.
The Coupons of this Company, due on 1st
January nt, will be paid at the Buank of
Messrs. Scott. Son & Co.. in this City: at
offace of Messrs, Cohen & Sons. in Augu<ta:
aFirst National Bank. of Charlotte, or at
National Ci-y Dank. New York.
r ee 2$ su.perintenden t
NEW MEN AND A NEW PLAN!
WE are now ready to sell Groceries, at
the lowest rate!-by the BULK, and to fur
nish families with any quantities desired.
We f.tterd to keep constantly on hand,
the leading articles of trade, such as
LARD, (in bbls. and Cans,)
And all articles usually found in a Grocery
Store. We intend to se.i as CIIEAP as the
LEAVELL & SPEARMAN.
Col. Leavell will be at the store, and will
cut, DRAW LARGE SA3PLES, and buy COT
TON. Jan. 4, 1-tf.
I HAVE a large stock of FURNITURE
on hand, and am constantly receiving sup
plies from the best Manufacto ics in Boston,
Bridgeport, New Jersey, and New York,
and will sel! as cheap as any house in the
I will also furnish marble for Tombs,
Head-stones and Monuments, and I can fin
ish work in as good style as any other es
tabli<hment, North or South, and as cheap
as any, adding freight. I feel grateful to
the people for the kindness shown to my
father and myself, and hope to merit its
ROB'T Y. LEAVE! L.
Jan. 4, I-t.
WE have now an elegant
BOOT 8OES, &tJ.,
Which we will
Our terms from this date are
Therefore our prices will
correspond with the times.
ABRAMS & METTS.
Janl. 4, 1-tf.
Last and Final Notice.
ALL persons indehted to the old firm of
ABRAMS, GRIFFIN & IIARGROVE, will
take due notice of this and save any further
trouble and expense. We must have our
DUES. AB3RAMS & METTS.
Jan. 4, 1-tf.
DRi. S. F. FANT
Having removed from his former
store under the Hotel to the
Large and Elegant Rooms
Next to the Messrs. Chick,
Takes pleasure in inviting his friends
and the public to call on him there.
His stock of
Is large, fresh and complete.
An Elegant Assortment
P'ERFUMERIES and TOILET AR
At DR. S. F. FANT'S
LANDRETLI'S GARDEN SEEDS
And ONION SETTS,
FRESH AND WARRANTED,
At DR. FANT'S.
NON EXPLOSIVE LAMPS.
The only safe and
RELIABLE LAMP IN USE
For Saic at DR. FANT'S.
Dec. 21. 51-tf.
In the District Court of the
UNITED ST'ATES-For thc District of
South Carolina-In the matter of Samuel
Cohen, Bankrupt--In Bankruptcy-By
whom a Petition for A djudication of Bank
ruptcy was filed on the 19th day of Dec.
A. D. 1879 In said Court.
This is to give notice, That on the Nine
teenth day of December A. D. 1870, a War
rant in Ba'nkruptc'- was issued against the
Estate of Samuel Cohen, of Glymphville, in
the County of Newberry, and State of South
Carolina, who has been adjudged a Bank
rupt, on his own Petition; that the payment
of any Debts and Delivery of any Property
belonging to said Bankrupt, to him or for
his use, and the transfer of any Property by
him are forbidden by Law; that a meeting
of the Creditors ot the said Bankrupt, to
Prove their Debts, and to choose one or more
assignees of his Estate, will be held at a
Court of Bonkrupty, to be holden at No. 72
Broad Street, Charleston, South Carolina,
before J.- C. Carpenter, Register, on the
Sixteenth day of January, A. D 1971. at 11
o'clock, A, M1. L. E. JOII NSON,
U. S. Marshal, as Messenger.
Dee 28 3
BEING permanently located in Green
ville, and having facilities for the
PURCHASE AND SHIIlPNN OF
GRAINS AND) OTHER
The suibseriber respectfurlly calls the atten
tion of Merchants, Farmers and others who
may at any time desire supplies to this fact.
FILL ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY
Address orders to J. B. EL1KINS,
THE COTTON STATES
Life Insurance Company,
THE business of this Company is confined
by law to Life Insurance alone.
It issues Policies on all the approved mu
One third of the preinrm on its Policies
will always be given as a loan to all persons
who may desire it, thereby i*ereasing the
a.mount of Insurance foe a smager amotrt
of cash, nor will nterest be required on
these loaz,s, only for the first years' loan.
The profits or dividends will constantly
p-y off the loans, hence tlhe value of thim
plan of Insurance to those who have only
small surplus funds.
This credit is given by one other Compa
ny only, doing business here.
The scarcity of money in the South, it is
believed, absolutely demands such an ar.
rangement. The Company of course sc
cepts all cash, when the party insuring ih
able or willing to pay it. There is another
feature in the operations of this Company
that the attention of parties seeking Insur
ance is particularly called to, viz: a surren.
der value. There is but Company doing
business here (Carolina Life) besides Gotto:
States, which gives a surrender value.
When circumstances render it necessary
for one to abandon his policy, it will only
be necessary for him to call for his surren.
der value, which will be, in most cases, ni.e,
ty (90) per cent of all the money he ha!
paid in, making it absolutely impossible fot
him to lose anything in any eveut. This ih
Most other Companies give their insurei
a paid up Policy for an equitable portion 0
the amount of money paid, in case of ur
render, but not to be paid until they die.
Is this just?
Prefer the Cotton States Life Insurane
Because its office is in the centre of tht
Cotton States, and managed by good finan
ciers and .en well known to us.
Because it gives you a good surrendei
value in case of your withdrawal.
Because it has $500,i0" guarantee, th<
largest ever given to any Company, for tht
security of Policy holders.
Because it has $150p,lt'n deposited witl
the States of South Carolina and Georgia
for the security of Policy holders, beside:
the premiums of twenty-one hundred Poli
Because it gives 90 per cent of all th<
profits to its Policy holders. And
Because its policies are always good, anc
valid, for as m my definite parts of the sun
insured as there shall have been annua
i Active agents wanted to Canvasi
North and South Carolina. Apply to
LAVAL & ABNEY,
General Agents for North & South Carolina
Office : Columbia, S. C.
wM. J. LAVAL. K. W. ABNr.T
Jan. 4, '71, 1-y.
In again calling attention to our valuabli
we do so with renewed confidence, it havin
been before the people of the South for ovei
three years, and its largely increasing sale
We have recently much improved it b3
the addition of a foreign
AROMATIC AND RESTORATIVE HERB
which, together with its other well-knowt
and approved ingredients, and
PURE RYE WHISKEY.
made expressly for us, renders
The most delightful TONIC.
APPETIZER. TNVIGORANT and
before the people, and as a Preventive anc
CHILLS AND FEVER
Sumter Ditters are not offered as a
but for those diseases for which It is especi
HAS NO) EQ(;AL.
Try it once and you will never be withou
it in your family.
For sale by all Druggists, Grocrs an<
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
Proprietors and Wholesle D)rugg sts,
Cbharleston, S. C.
Jn. 4, 1-im.
BY the authority of tile last Will of J. M
Brooks, dec'd., I will sell the real and per
somnal Estate of the said dec'd., on the Firs
Monday in February next, at Newberry
Couirt House. The personal property cot
Will be sold f.>r Gash, and the Real Estat<
will be sold for one third cash, and the bal
anece on a credit of one and two years, i
equal payments, with interest from day o
sale, secured by bonds of the purchase:
with a mortgage of thle premises. Ptur
chasers to pay for stamps and papers. The
lands will be sold in separate tracts, plats o
which will be exhibited on day of sale.
Jan.4, 14t. R. MOORMAN, Ex'r.
Ex Parte )
Win. D. Hardy, In Probate Court.
PURSUANT to the order of James C
Leheay, Esquire, Probate Judge, I will sel
at the residence of the late WILLIA M E
h ARDY, in this ('ouoty, near Maybinton
on the 19th day of JANUARY, 1871, al
the personal property of said deceased, con
GOWS and Calves,
Terms of Sale-CASH.
(Signed) T. M. PAYSINGER, s. !. c.
Jan. 4, 1-3t.
BY agreement we will sell at Newberra
Court House, on Sale-day in February next
all that plantation of land whereon J. B
Gly mph now resides, containing
FiVe Hundred and Thirty.
3tore or less, hounded by lands of
Terms of Sale-Cash. Purchaser to pa;
for stamps and papers.
(Signed) HENRY KOON,
LAURA E. GLYMPHI.
Jan. 4, 1-4t.
House and Twenty Acres o
Laud to Rent,
IN the Town of Newberry, known as th,
McMorries place, and recently owned b;
Mr. A. J. White. The D)welling is admira
lbly adapted for a Boarding House. excel
lent water, productive garden and severa
buildings on the premises, all convenient t
the Academy Lot, upon which, at an earl;
day, i<m to be opened a Male School of bigl
scientific and literary merit.
A pplication for HOUSE and LAND ma;
be nmade to COL. R. IOORMAN,
We want every one to read this
That ON and AFTER
the first day of January next, no
goods will be sold in our house
Except for Cash.
We hare tried the credit business for six ]
years and find that it
WILL NOT PAY,
So please don't ask us to credit you for a
few days, or until next week, or until you
sell cotton, as we will
Positively Refuse You.
The CASH we must have.
LOVELAGE & WHEELER.
dec 28 51 tf
All persons indebted to us will Rave cost
by settling the amount in fifteen days from
the publication of this notice. We mean
this for all who are :ndebted to us.
LOVELACE & WHEEL.ER.
dec 28 51 ti
Wm. H. Tutt,
Has in store and offers for sale as El
TREMELY low prices
10 Kegs B C. Soda,
100 Cases.'"" in papers,
100 Ounces Morphine,
1000 " Quinine,
1 Case Turkey Opium,
1000 Gal's Linseed Oil,
40,000 lbs Pure White Lead,
500 Boxes Window Glass, t
25 ibl<. Spir't Turpentine,
100 Cases Hostetter's Bitters,
100 " Plantanon
! 500 " Golden Eagle "
100 Cases Wolf's Scheidam Schnapps,
150.Gross Parlor Matches,
100 lbs Chloroform.
2 Cases E. I. Rhubarb Root,
10 Gross Wright's Pills,
500 " Tutt's Liver"
10 " Davis' Pain Killer,
25 " Wine Bottles, 6's,
10 Gross Porous Plasters,
5 Ceroons Nutmegs,
of every description, to which the attention
of the trade is invited.
Dec 28, 52-2m.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
TillS GUANO is now so well known in all
the Southern States for Its remurkab!c ef
fects as an agency for increasing the pro
ducts of labor, as not to require special re
commendation from us. Its use for fire years
past has established its character for reliable
excellence. The large fixed capital invested
by the Conpany in this trade, affords the
surest guarantee of the continued excellence
of its Guano. J N ROBSON.
Selling Agent, Charleston, S. C.
JNO. S. REESE & CO., General Agents,
Baltimore. Dec 28 3m.
Phosphate of Lime.
TOR COMlPOSTING WITII COl'TON SEED. a
This article is manufactured by the Pacific b
Guano Compuny at Chtarleston, S. C., under
the Superintendence of D)r. St. Julien Rave,
nel. When composted with an equal weight
of Cotton Seed, its results bave been found -
-fully equal to the best standard fertilisers.
Its economy must commend it to the notice
of planters generally.
Focr specific directions for compotin and
for supplies, apply to J. N ROBSON,
Selling Agent, Charleston, S. C.
IJno. S. REESE & CO., General Agents. BaI
timore. Dec 28 3m
aNEW FAMILY SEWINPG MACIIHNE. is
fnow offered for sale on easy terma, at the
State Agency, No. 197 King St. Charleston,
Silk, Thread, Needles and Machine Find'
ings, of the best quality. Stitching done to
order. General repairing executed.
THlE NEW MANUFACTURING MACHINE,
-Tailors and Boot Fitters, is the best In the
Local and Traveling Agents Wanted. p
Circulars and Samples on application.
Sewing Machine Agency!
197 KTNG. STREET,
CH A RL E ST ON,S. C.
P. W. & R. 8. CHICK, Agents,
NEW BERRY, S. C.
Dec. 7, 49-'70-1y.
SOUTH! CAROLINA, ? Como Pleas
Newberry County. f
Win. D. Ilardy as A dmr. &c., of the estate (
of Wtm. E. Hardy, Plaitntiff,
Catharire WV. Hlardy, Thos. B. Hardy, and (
Complait for Rehmef and to Foreclose
By via tue of an order in this case I wtil
sell'at the late residcnce of Wmn. E. Hardy, I
On thme 19th of January next,
All the Read Estate of said Win. E. Hardy, p
consisting of about
of land, more or less, in several different
plats, plats of which will be exhibited on
day of sale.
T'he sale will take place at the residence
of said deceased, in Newberry County, near
the junction 01 Tyger and Broad rivers. r
Terms of sale-lte third cash, balance t
-in egual instalments, for one and twoycars, C
with bonid and mortgage of purchaser to
secure the credit portion of same. Purcha
ser to pay for papers and stamps.
eAny informmatiotn concerninag same may
bobtained frotn Win. D. Hardy on tbe
T[HO$. M. PAYSINGE.R, S. N. C.
IA LL parties indebted to me by Merm
orandunm Acecount, or in any other way,
are requested to pay the same at once.
)RUGGISTS & A
No. 1, Mo]
Respectfully invite the att
JARGE and WELL SELEA
Also, a choic
HAIR, Th9TH1 AN]
OOMBS, SOAPS, COSMET
& We are in a position
Physicians and others pur
y of Goods guaranteed and 1
Dec. 14, 50-tf.
.iverpool & London and Glo
Equitable Life Assot
epresenting a Capital for Life and
These Companies have features p
Dec. 7, 49-3m.
Additions received almost daily, of
Li the NEW -STY LE H ATS, suita
e for the season, and sold very low
y 'D. MOWER.
Nov. 23, 47-tf.
s well filled with the choicest
nd most desirable GOODS.
Remember the place, at
Nov. 23, 47-tf.
0 bbls. Family FLOUR.
- " J. P. Aull's Flour.
000 lbs. Country, (second quality,)
Flour. Nov. 30, 48-tf.
300 lbs. Bluestone,
For sale by
Nov. 23, 47-tf.
ETI WAN S.
H AVNG relinequisahed the Agency of the
lphuric Acid and Super-Phosphate Com-.
any of Charleston, s. C, and Capt. W. H.
we'ob having been appointed in my place.
armers and Planters who use those justly
oplar Etiwan Fertilizers, will find an am
I supply by calling on Capt. Webb.
G. T. SCOTT.
Newberry, Dec. 13, 1870.
I have now on hand eighty Tons of Etiwan
. 2, and twenty Tons of' the No. 1, and
ill keep constantly supplied with these
npular fertillizers. Farmers will do well
>lay in what they want at one.WE .
Dc. 24, s0o--f.
sate f South Carolina, County of Newber
ry-Court of Common Pleas.
atharine Bozsa and others, vs. William
W. Boasman, adm'r and others.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the
ourt that Francis G. Spearmnan and Frances
. Spearman bis wife, and Joseph W. Boag
tan, reside beyond the limits of this Staite,
was Ordered that they be made parties de'.
ndant in the above stated case, by the pub
ation of the notice required by law.
Therefore, if they do not plead, answer or
emur to the complaint filed within six
ees from this date, the same will be taken
ro confesso against them.
THos. M. LAKE, C. C. P. N. C.
Newberry C. H., S.C.. Dec. 14, 1870-5046t.
ad P. Buzhardt, Adm'r., vs. iLoti5a C.
Lester, and others.-Petition.
Ir' the Probate Court.
THE ereditors of the Estate of WILLIA3M
ALDWELL, deceased, are required to
tnder it. and establisht their deandas be
re this Court, on or before the~ 15sth days
( Janary, A. D., 1871.
JAMES C. LEAHY, J. P. . C.
Dec. 14, 50-5t.7
15 Barrels genuine
On hand and fo,r sale by
M AVES & MA RTIN.
C C. H., S. C.
ntion of the public to their
TED STOCK of
e selection of
3 FANCY OODDS,
I NAIL BRUSHES,
'ICS, COLOGNES, &O., &C.
to offer special inducements
hasing in quantities. Quali
?RICES LOW. 2
Ni. A C N-1 ,
be Fire Insurance Company,
CY FOR TILE
:iation, of New York,
Fire Insurance of over $30,000,000.
.euliar to themselves, and are safe.
.W RANGE. -
OUR friends, and the public generally,
are invited to call and examine our varied
and extensive assortment of
F ALL AND WINT ER SOODS
Just received. We offer rare induements
to all. Our stock is now complete andi will
bear comparison with any in the uap country.
Having bought our goods with thc Cash
enables us to sell at a greatly reduced price.
and we feel confident th;at the lowness and
quality of our goods will ensure their cus
NMPORTANT TO THE L.ADIES.
We have a fine selection of
And of very (w f.bric-. We have fi:e
Silks, black awlI coloredl, Silk Poptlins, j
Chaene Popliuas, l'lain Pop;lias, iand j Tar
tan PlaidIs, Chiene Mohair Lnstre, Emnpres
Clothsa, Merinos, Wool Delane, Botnbhazines,
Alpacas, Shawls, Nubias, Flannels, Gloves,
Hosiery, Ghignoa:s, an.i a flne lot of Cloaks.
An unequaled line of Domestic Goods,
Table Linen, Towels, D'Oyleys, Diapers,
Bled Ticks, Blankets, &c.
We call special attention to our Ladies'
Boots, Gaifer and Balmorazl Depart
AIso, Mens and Boys Boots, Shoes and
HATS, HATS, HATS.
We offer as fine a selection of Mens and
Boys Hats, as ever was offered to the pub
lic, some new styles, The Camabria, Four in
Hand, Central Park, Rhine, &c., &c.
We return our sincere thanks to the pub.
lie in general for past p.4tronage-, and hope
for a continuation of the sane.
M. BARRE & SON.
Oct. 5, 40-tf.
ST9VES, TINWIE, &(C.,
Cheap as the Cheapest,
GOOD AS TIIE BEST.
THE su.s.-riber wouldl inform his friends
and the puiblic generally, that be will fur
Iadsh thenm with all articles in his line of the
best q uality at tho
1Roofing aud Guttering,
As well as all other
Wiall be done in the best and mnos approved
styles a't the lowest raites.
Call and exaamine goods and prices and
W. Ts WRIGHT.
R, MOM1 & C0.,
Are Now Receiving
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
FAMILY SROC Eh!E$'
I Which have been selected and
BOUGIIT WITII GR EA T CARK,
and think they can make it the interest of
parties desiring such Goods, to examine
their stock before they make their purchases.
They are prepatred to purchase all kinds
of produce at market rates, and also to make
advances on cotton, whzen parties prfe to
sh ip to othcr markets.
nep '29 'S tf.
P. W, & g HICK,.
(At Stewart's Corner.)
Are receiving daily a large stock of FALL
ind WINTER GOODS, bought for CASH,
hirh they offer to SELL LOW FOR CASH.
Consisting of a large and va:ied assort
Ladies' Dress and Fancy Goods of latest
Notions of many and choice descriptione.
Large lot of lIen and Boys Fall and Win
Large lot o1 Men and Boys IHats, at very
Heavy stock of Brown and Bleached
[Iomespuns and Striped Plaid Osnaburgs.
Good stock of Boots and Shoes for Men
tnd Boys. Nice lot of Ladies', Misses and
Children's Shoes, of Moore, Larrabe & Co.,
Whang and Sole Leather.
Tea, abundant and good.
Several fine sets of ladies Fars.
Factory Yarn, by the wholesale and re.
Fine lot of Cutlery, and Hardware gene
Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Whips, &c.
Guns and Pistols.
Sn.ar, Coffee, Molasses.
Plain and Faney Soaps, Pepper, Spice,
'inger, Soda and Starch.
Large lot of Hoes, Shovels, Spades,Scythe
Blades and Nadis.
Totacco and Wooden Ware.
Stationery, Ink, Pens, Pencils, &Eo.
Kerosine and Turpentine.
They propose to sell goods to she saie
faction of all who will patronise them,
At Low Rates and short Prets
Call and examine their Stock and judge
They are also Agents for Jacob B. Eit
ter's celebrated i-proved old Anchor B-and
Bolting Cloth, and Singers celebrated Farai
ly Sewing Mae,-liine, for Newberry County.
P. W. CHICK. R. Se CHIICK.
Oct. 5, 40-tf.
The Carolina Manuf.ecturing Company
invi-es the Ladies to their stock of FANCY
WARES. I'lea:e call and examine them.
No charge for looking.
Who wish to purchase Tin Wares a.
W1HOLESALE are invited to call, as prices
tre put down at such figures as will afford
All of your wants can be supplied at me
diun and imoderate prices.
To the Retail Trade.
Our RETAIL SAMPLESare COMPLETE,
and offered at LIVING PRICES.
Strict attention paid to roofing, gutter.
ing, repairing of stoves, making stove pip
ing, repairing tin ware, &c.
Our Stock of Stoves are complete, of the
best, and prices law.
A pril 27, 1T --aL
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and
the public generally that lie has returned
home, and can he found at his store, (next
to A. Harris'), and will serve them happily
Hie has on hand a choice stock of
CANNED GOODS, &c.
To which lie is making additions, and
which he will sell cheaply for cash.
A call ia asked. Sep. 14, 37-tf.
English and Classical School,
Ati Liberty flaIl, (12 mileq North of New
Tnrs Dcacr, Principal.
Capt. D. Prcxass G'occass, Assistant.
The sixth annual session of
this Academiy will open on the
first Monday in January next.
Students will be prepared for
any of ihe Colle.ges of the cous
try. Special attention will be given to in
striiction in Suirveyinrg. Chemistry and
Natural Philosophry will be tanght int cos
:tection w iih suitable Apparatus.
There will be bunt ore Sesisior. 1hich will
emubrance the scholastic vear ; aia itudents
entering will be chargedi from tin/ if en
tering to tire end of the session. 'i. ns as
Board can he had with the Prinrc,,
neighboring families at $12.00) per mo
Dec. 14, 50-tf.
Vick's Floral Guide For 187I.
The First Edlition of One Tnn'lred and Fif
ty Thousand copie< of VICK'S lLLUSTRA,
TED CA rA LGUE OF SEEDS AND FLO
RAL G;UIDE, is published and ready to send
ont-100 pages, and an Engraving of' almost
every desirable Flower rnd Vegetable. It is
elegantly printed on tine tinted paper, ilas
trated with Thre'e Hundred fine Wood En
gravingajad T wo beautiful C O L 0 R E D)
PLA DES. ' The most beautiful and the most
instructive Floral Guide published. A Ger
man Edition published, in all other sespects
similar to the English.
Sent free so alt my customers of 1870, au
rapidly as possible, without application.
Scnt to all others who order them for TEN4
CEN'iS, which is not half the cosz. Addree.
dec t( JA3MES VICK, Rochester, N. Y.
H. C. Wiskeman.
Whitlock 's Vegetator.
Sept 21 38
Syrups and Sugars.
Just r-eceived a beautiful
N. 0. S.yrups and
For sale low at
W. H. WEBB'S.
I WIL.L ha:ve for sale during tIhe -"Cot.
t ori- s-a.-on, L ;;iug, Rope anid I ron Ties.
Au,. ,l ~-t.a rn Mw1.
M1YE8 & MARTIN
Having removed rmse their 14 %And
CommodIous New Brkck StsIy
Call attention to their increased faelf
for the tran.acti s of btness.end is1me"
call from their friends and cusoaeas.
Their stock consists of all grades of
ROPE, TIES, &c., &e.
MAYES & MARTIN.
Nov. 23, 47-tf.
TII EIORNERIM U
VXD TUR lOTh,
Prepared for FALL
FRESH AND STAPLI
At Reduced Prices.
RESPECTFULLY informs his easeseS
and the public generally, that he ha nso .
in store, and to which he is constantly 4d.
ing, a choice and elegant stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
Which were purchased at a
ahich willbe sold
LOW FOR CASH.
Call in at the corner and try me.
Sep. 14, 37-tf.
IO. FALl 1li
WRIGHT & d0PP3CK
Have now in store their FA LL and WII
TER STOCK of
Mens', Youths' and Boy-e Clothing
and Furnishing , .ds
Complete in every line as usnat, estefidly
selected under the most favorable oiea.
stances. Onr prock is larger, and ineedse
a greater variety, than ever tbefore, eqn
which are ieveral entirely new and ~ws
pretty styles of goods. We ea:.net essee.
rate, but a few minutes examination witt
cot.vince anyone that we keep the binse
and mo.st handsome stnck in Newberry, aand
that we are noit to be UNDERSOLD tby sa9
retail Clothing House, North or Soosh.
We keep a table of assorted Clothing,
which will be sold at cost or less, asseag
which are many rare bargains.
WEIGHT & COFF0CL
Boots and Shoes.
rinscalthandsewed dre.n hss aanguSI U& s
Ki Sole for ~
(canl at wmour~ a corrocre
I WOULD call attention to the
fact of my having a large and comao
dious WAREHOUSE, and wil be
pleased to store
Cotton, Guanos an*
ON as reasonable terms as any oe
Dec. 14. 50--tf.
A LL pe'rsonn havin! claims againSt the
Estate of M(OSES ANDE.RSON, dereed,
are notified to present their dem,and.. prop
erly attestred, at "nce, and those who see
iniebuted to said Estate are requiredi maenke
immediate paymentM TINJ YU
Nov. 16, 46 -8m.
Suitable for well rojm
For sale by
1.. J. B. RILLHOLDE, Pridt
breu; Genaraphiy, liistory, Arith is, A t.
gebri, Geomet rv, l.ogie, Rhetorie ; Naata
rinl, Men,tal land M*oral P'hilosophy.
Tawen,t yIDollars rser session of Sie moepihar
to begiut Jauary 3d, 1571. A6 emall unen
her of sekect pupils will be well elocated.
Scholars of suitab.le grade respctfully pe.