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A very i-Iable rcide:ce, on a lot of
over three acres. in the town of Newberry.
The house is a two story building, with
double portico, four rooms below, and
two above stairs. A good well of excellent
water, kitchen, smoke-house, and other
out-buildings. Teris cash.
Apply to E. S. BAILEY.
Sept. 6, 36-tf.
GEO. S. HACKER,
Door, Sash, and Blind Factory,
CIIARLESTO'\, S. C.
This is as hare and complete a Factory
n; there is in the South.
We keep no Northern work to fill coun
SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
Addres GE0. IlACKER, P. 0. Box
170, Charleston, S. C.
Factory and Warerooms, King Street, op
posite Cannon Sr., on line of City Railway.
Sep. 6, 36-ly.
NJ1 FALL STOCK!I
1ND NOW OPENING
A beautiful FALL STO' K of FOREIGN
Which have been selected with especial
care, and which we feel sati.fied will give
unqualified satisfaction, both in styles and
qualities as well as in PRICES. This stock
%ill be found
CHOICE and CHEAP,
And consists of
Scotch Plaids. Alpacas.
Bombnzines. Poplins. Silks.
Laces. Einbroideries. Ribbons.
Trinmnings. II..siery. Handkerchiefs.
Fancy Goods. Not ions. Perfumery,
Soaps. Pocket Cutlery.
SHAWLS & CLOAKS,
For -the ladies; and for the gentlemen
Hats, Shoes and Boots.
Wec have the best
$U'GA RS. C'OFFE ES.
BAG;ING and TIES. &c.
Cnll and see and be convinced. andi(
save monwy by getting cheap goods
5 M. BARRE & SONI
A Rare Chance for Investmient.
BEING desirous of devoting myself ex
clu..ively to the Commtission Busintess, I of.
fer my ethire R E AL EST AT E, situated in
New berry County, FORl SALB, 6biiisting
of the fdudwming TRACTS of ldND, viz:
TR:ACT 50. I-ContaItiing 340, acres,
more or es; on w.hich in -iby Dw!llng, a
large, newly fitted up. house, containing
nine roonis, pates, eldsets, &c., at'd ill
n'cPsary out-buildinff. Also, a good
STORE-IOUSE, wo'hi is one of the best
stands. in all this section of coindiy, at
which I have done a good business.. There
is also a pdblic WOOD and BLACRS$lIH
SHOP, whidh hias a good rudl of custom, all
in full operationi Th'ere is some fine Bot
tomn Laind, well di(tched and in a high state
* TRACT NO. 2-Contairiing 100 acros,
inore or less; And adjoining Tract No. ,1.
dr(iliiM.is a Ilirge and prosperous M ER
* CHART, OdRN and SAW MILL,.nll in
good rufnairig order and.dding a good busi
ness, alid a good Gin HIouse and Gin, run
by water, witl Screw and other necessary
* buildings. On thuis tiaet is some very val
uable Bottoms, '*elI ditbhed and in a hig-h
state of cultivation. This is a veryv vual ua
TRIAUT NO. 3-Containing 189 acres,
mnore or less, adjoining tracts No. 1 and 2,
about sixty acres of this is in di-igiual forest,
a nd some fine cultivating land, well water
ed, and very accessible, lying between the
two public roads.
TRACT NO. 4-Containing 83 acres,
adjoining tract No. 1. On this is a splen
did Mill seat, known as the old Red Mill,
dhere is some fresh cleared laud on this
tact, and in a high state of cultivation,
there-is plenty of water, and a splendid
spring, also laborers houses.
TRACT NO. 5-Containing 719 acre.s,
*known as the Moates place, and adjoining
tract No. 1. There is a Dwell.ng and other
out-buildings, and a splendid spring of wa
ter.. - --
TR ACT NO. 4-otaining 202 acres, ad.
joining trass 50s. I and 5, on which are la
borers hoeses and stables. On this tract is
some fine Bottom Land, well ditched, and
in a high tate of cultivtion.
TElOT NO. 7-Containing '73 acres,
ing water. and some flue cultiviting land.
TRACT NO. -4.'ontaining 39ars
known as the Kinard or Gary land, on
which is a Dwelling, with neeessary out
I,- buildings. This is one of the best farming
tracts of land in all this section of country.
There is some very fine cotton land, sonic
,'.ty acres of which is fresh cleared and in
cultivation this year, anad plenty of original
2.and to clear,
Persona wishing to buy will do well to
come an.d see these lande, I will take pi,.as
mre in showing them as I can be found on
the premises. I will make the terms easy
to an approved purchaser.
If not disposed of before, I will sell these
lands at public outcry, SALE-DAY IN NO
VEMBER NENT, at NEWBERRY COURT
hOUSE. Any information wanted will be
cheerfully given by addressing me at New
herry, S. C.
THOS. F. HARMON.
Kinsman & Howell,
Factors and Commissio?
LiberalAdvances mazde o,
otto; arid Naval Stores
Sept. C, %6-4mos.
TRE 6WALLIS" TIE.
DIPLOMAS FOR BEST COTTON TiE
Louisiana State Fair, April, 1870.
Georgia S;ate Fair, October, 1870.
Cotton States Fair. October, 1870.
Mississippi State Fair, October, 1870.
Alabama Stntc Fair, November, 1870.
MADE (F TIl- DFST ENGl.ISll ION.
EASILY AND RAPIDLY ADJUSTED.
2000 of the above TIES now landing per
British b::rk M. E. Seed, Liverpool, and for
iale at the lowest market rates by
J. N. 110BSON,
Noq. CS Fa.st inty and 1 and 2 At'antic
Wharf, Charle"on, S. C.
Sept. 6. 36-t.
GONE TO NEW YORK.
(Not by a Barrel Ffill.)
Neverthelss, nota0ithst:lding, lie will
sell goods at MuChI less 'han those ho (10
;o and incur the expense of a trip there.
3o come along with all you have to SELL
sad he will buy, and then sell you all or
aearly all you wish to buy.
Sep. 6, ;;6-1t.
THE exercis of this lusti
tion will be resuind on the
FIRST MNDAY OF SI'TEM
BE IZ NENT. Instruction given
in Engliih, Glsil nd \lathe
R.M:S oF TerIo-Six, Ten and Four.
:een Dollars per quarter wssion-pay-t6le
in advance, respectively, for the l'rinary,
intermediate and Classical DepartMIents.
.1. C. 11ARDEN, iincipal.
Ang. 30, 35-1m.
A. P. PIFER, M. A.. Principal.
Kiss FANNIE LEAVELL,: : Assistant.
Prof. F. WERBER, : : usical Dep't.
This School will resume its exercises on
the 21st September next.
S. '. BOOZElR, Esq., Sec. B'd.
COL, S. FAIR, Pres't.
Aug. 31), 35-tf.
R. A. PRINnLE,
COTTON SELLER AND
Central Wharf, Charleston, S, C.
(Charleton--lion. (. L Lownzdes. I'test flank
if Chiarle.ston. W. It. Smith. F.,q., 1're&'t I'nion
r,auk of('harle..ton. itot>ert .idger. F/q . It. C.
Presley, F.q9 N ewberrv-iWhert L. .\lcCaughI
ii. 1'witm .ht [taL.k. Newberry.
('ou,signienCts of Cottou re.epectfully solicitedl
Pr,omipt at teistion given to sales. AXu; . .%-3..
CUNS. CUNS. CUNS.
[Double and Single Barrel Guns,
Breech loading un'i Muzz leloading Gutns,
of English, French & German manufactmze,
AT ALL PRICES.
Single Gun at 9250 54 00, S6.00, $8.00,
$12.00 to $20 each. D)ouble Giuns fr->n
67, to S200O etch.
Pistols. Pistols. Pistols.
S~mith & Wesson, ('olt's, Allen's, Sharp's,
Etud all the populatr and aipproved kinds.
AMMUNITION FOR CUNS,
PISTOLS & RIFLES.
SPOR TSM AN'S COODS OF
BEST QUALITY ANiD AT LOWEST PRICES
Country Merchants and Sportsmen are in
rited to cull and examine our large and weit
selected stock of tlie above Goods, which we
import d irect and b-:y from the manufactu
rers. We guaratitee qjuality equal to, and
pries~ as low as any responsIble hotise'in
jrders bym mail filled promp1, and sent
by e:Wress, C. 0. D1.
P'OELTNELY TRIMULE' & Ce.,
20(i W. Batiniere Street,
Apr. 5, 1 1-ly. BLIOB D
C OTTOX FACTOR
COMMISSION M E RC0HIANT,
ACI:otmioDA'TION WiI IF
CIII RL.ES T ON . S C.
Aug. 23, 31--Sm.
District Court of the United States.
For the D)istrict of South Carolina
[n the matter of Frederiek Sehle'gelmnilch,
Bankrupt-D)istrict of South Carolina.
TIlS is to give notice that on the 22d
day of August, 1871, a warrant of Bank
ruptcy was issued out of the Disirict Court
af the United States, for the District of
South Carolina, against the Estate of Fred
trick Schlegelmilch, of Gilbert IIollow, in
the County ot L'xington, in said1 District
djudged a Bankirupt on his pe'ition.
That the payment of anyV debts and the
jelivery of any property belonging to such
Blankrupt to him, or for his use, and the
ranusfer of any property by him, are fur
idden by law, and that a meeting of the
:reditors of sail Bdnkrupr, to prove their
-letts and to eboose one or more Assignees
yf his Estate, will be held at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to be holden att Register's Of
Etee, Newberry, before C. G. Jmeger, Esq.,
Register in Biankruptcy for said District, oni
:,he 7th day ->f October, A. D. 1571, at 12
selIock, M. L.. E. JOHNSoN,
U. S. Marshal as~ Messenger.
By A. P. PIrmr Dep. Mess.
Aug. 30, 35-t
COTTON TIES AND BAGGING.
AS Agents for Manutfacturers, we Offer
for sale at low prices the following TIES:
I'he "Arrow," the "Anchor," the "Eureka,
Swett's P.atent Buckle, Butler's Buckle, and
Beard's Patent Lock Tie.
Aeia,Dundee and India BAGGING.
GEORGE W. WILLIA\MS & Go.,
FALL ATJ WINTER
A Ft. LINE 0F
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
Ou hand. and for salo
LOW FOR CASH.
-r.1, 9 -tf.
19 llervb% 11, u111 :i!it :I[ I l "ap lioi n will
bm thI e Gener.l .\btli"Iy, of lit
Mt:te of :4owil h c.arioh:ili, :it it..;i p n-ellt
so,fr a renewal of, the C'harter of* thle
"The Truste--s of the PrOS)vterianl Chureb
of Smria." in Newberrv County.
A t glst It), 1871-;!- m
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
OFFICE ON LAW R.\NGE.
Jiuly 11, 29-G1.
Bring on your Corn.
WE are now ready -t all times to grind
ME.i, antd (aIsir for the public, at tie
Mill at the Tant-yartd, in lie edge of the
Town ot' Newbetrv.
JUNES & PARKER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE (ON LAW RIANGW.
May 3, 18-1y.
Washingtoa & Lee Uniiversity,
The next session of this Ir.stitution will
cotmmenrce on the third Thutrsday (21st) of
SepleinheCr. 1371, andi --oanhm without
in termi.esinn: ::ntil tihe foulrth Thuarsdav ini
The instruction eroacs thtorongh
G ;his'le:al, Litrerary a nd Sctrietile couarses,
tagethler with the Proftessional diepaarttSs
of I, t'v andt Engineneri Ia.
rThe etntire e~xpenlles for thet sessio: of 9
mnonths need not e xceei :;un or 6rkI5, ac
cording to theC price of Ilt-ird. Arra nge
maentS are also nmade for mtessinag, by which
students mtay reduce their expenses to $25i,
For further itnformation address
(;. Wa. C. LEE, l'residentt.
WILLTAM DoLD, (cek of Ftaulty.
OFFICL\ in . fornation having beetn co-n.
mrutticated to tis Depiartmtent that a cold
blooded and deliberate maurder was perpe
trated, on the tnighit of the 21d instant, be
tweetn 11 anrd 12 o'clock, otn thte plantationa
of Mrs. Margaret Noble, ina thte countty ofNew
b)erry, about three and a hiiles from the
Court HIouse, on the person of ata ngeJ ad
inoffensive colored man nmed BEY TlIOM
AS, butt somectimnes calhed BEN H AIfR, by
shooting hitm through the head with a rifle
or pistol ball ; atnd whereas the patrty or
parties who perpetrated this wanton aud
unprovoked murder have fled, and are una
ktnown to the officers of the law:
Now, knaoe ye, that I, ROBERT K.
SCOTT, (oti-nbr of .the. State of South
(Caroliata, int order that justice ay be done,
antd the ma-jesty of the Law vinidicated, do
hereby oier a reward of FIVE H UNDRED)
DOLLARR for thle apprehenson of any per
son or persons conaecrtued in the said mutar
de,* and their delitery in any jad of this
State, with proof to convict.. ,
lat testirmonyv whecreof, I iae ere
to sct myll hrand, anda caused the
Gre;at Seal of the State to be amai
D.. :.] ed, this~ 25th diy ofI A rbst, .;
1)., 187 1, and in; the ninety-sixth
yerr of the Inadepend1ence of the
Uniited St;ates~ of' Amaer!ea.
IlBiBERT K. SCOTT; tov-crto--,
F.( a. .uoz Secre: ary of S'.ate.
LIME, the Great Fer
I WILL delivet LIME at WValhalla Depot
at $1.50 per barrel, or QUICK LIME, by
the car lo-ad, at 40 cetats per bushel.
B. HO,LDE R.
A tg. 23, 34-t.f.
For Final Discharge.
I do hereby giv.e r.drice to all "homn it
aya concern, that I will matke a fin-d set
tlement on thre astale of HIenry~ D)omhiiek,
deceased, on Tuesdav, the 26tha day of Sep
temaber next, in the Probate Couart for New
berry Coutt, anad apply for a final dis
chtarge. F. IL. DOMINIGK,
Aug. 2:S, 34-5t. A dma'r.
ALL pers>tns having demands ap:inast the
Estate of MOSES ANDERSON, deceased,
are hereby required to ptesenat them pro
perly attested to Messrs. Baxter & John
stone, oun or before the first day of October
next-with a view of' a final settlemtent of
the Estate at that timie. Anid all who are
indebted to said E.rate are required to
make paymenat at once.
M ARTIN J. YOUNG,
Ex'or of Moses Ander-on.
Newbecrry, . C. 22d Aug., '1-34-6t.
A desirable STORE en Ma'n Street. For
:e.-ms, apply to D). 'c0WER.
Dr. FANT'S LI
I 'I h'. echie:ly onl the mnt" Til."l c.,::
secretions ,:iul exceretions. IL is 1.v lio Ii
and improvilig the wholo anmi prou
r"U 'vIn t of tih . ii. es:ive zneti: i (
the Meseteric Gland,;, a:il o.her vise.-ra. o
tktilsrlV of trie vCL.porta-, in disases of I
'trc Mctiotn upon the organs i:lr.nor
inl mr?oe forias.of indigestion, i.n i:itilate
of thie I'ilan;i in ilear. l,Irin i.Xun
leo;s Diseases. in Chroni coI.,wgh arI At
Prepaied oiy boy
Compoundid of the hst ante-period
i(e tunics. thus rendering it suitabi
for all dise:i.es arisin- fron iniasimtfi
inlftuns Sneh ::s Sellrah'i:a. Chil
and Fever. 6ventral Debilit y anid Bil
liousness. S. F. FANT.
Pure Wines, Liquori
ThO pur-t and b.St Brandi''. Lig
uor1s'land Wine.;4. for,I Inedivin:tl put
OS(can :IlWaV.S b'. fo1ul at the Dru
Stor of 411. S. F. V.\ NT.
PERIFU.\ERI ES:1114 TOMLET .U
At DR. S. F. FANT'S.
Fogartie's Book DePositor
TilE 1lOGRAIil 1C CROi)UI.*ET.-Thi
New (;ame po-sesses many ad.mvar"ntg
over any other Field G,nie of Croqet. I
a1lds altost intinire v:irictv to the gamt
. it opens to tlh- skill nod ingentivy c
;avers the v:hole hai !ess field of lettern
The 'll (;.tic ne m:v bie p l d a well wvir
t.e sl; u e set. I':l ee J aiAIl..........12 0
NEW CATALOGUE-No. 13.
's, aid S;1ow shoe<, l1 imr
nal of';ibevri:m trave', and exph>ra.ions
mjade. in '65. '66 and 6j7, by Richard .1.
Bush, wvivi ilhistratioins .............
Captain Cook, li< L'fe Vages and lis
coveries, by Win. 11. G. K ig-ton.... 2.0
Life in The Open Air, and Qtlir Papers,
b1y Theodore Winthrop................Lc
Tihe Catioc and Tiie Saddlo, .\.ventures
nmong the Northwesteri Rivers, awl
Forests, ant Isthiiana, byv Theodore
The Modern Plavnate, Games. Sports
mad Diversions for Doys of all Age-.
compiled by Rtev. .1. '. Wood, with six
hundred original illstrations......... 4
The 1h1y look of Metal., Including Nar
ratives of Visits to Cual, Lead, Copper
and Tin ines. wi:l a rni r (if in
ttres' ntg Eit F.xperiment-: relating to Al
chemy, and the Chemistry of the Fillv
Me1(ti Ilic Flemnents, by J1o. 11. Pepper,
The Treasures of the F arth ; or, Mines.
M1incrals and 1ctals, by Wim. Jone?,
F. S. A ....................... .......l.
National Nurerv lIhvmes anl Songs
Set to Mtic by J. W. Elliott. with nn
merotis ilh byrons b The Irothers
Ialziel. Novello & Co., Iin.. ... 4 C
At Last. a Christmas Story in the West
Indies, by Charles Kingsley, illustrated.2.C
Second beries of Cameos, from English
History, by the author of "The Heir
of Iedc liffe".........................1
Pioneers and Founders, or Recent Work
ers in thje J ission Field, by Miss Yonge 2.J
Words-their h istory and derivitidon-liy
.IDoctor Ebener and E. M. Greenway
Tom P'ippin's Wedding, by the Author
of "IDame Europa's School"-75 cents,
Illustrarted F.dition of Hatwthornc-Moses
-from an O!d Manrs.--2: Twice Told
'Taies. S2: Tlhe Marble Fawn. . ......2.'
The Novels andt Novelist., of the F.igh
t(eenth ('entury, in illustrationn of theC
mtanners and m norails of~ then age, by' For
syth, author of "infe of Cicero,"' &c..
&..... ........... ....1
lReminisedneecs of Fifty Years, by ark
lat tie of' I torkin:: the G erm:mn ionquest
0.' -,Elrand ini 1875, by an Eye Wiiness,
A New Sotrhernt C.iok liuok , lby Theresa
C. Brown, of A iderson, a C., 9, and 1.
The Southern (;ardaner, or Sliort and
Simple Direci ions for the CtitltLre of
Vegetablles andi: Fruits at the Sonth, by
D)octor Hern ry W. tRaveniel.. .........
Topics of thc Tnimes, by .lagmes Parron.
o2:ll SuubnSketches, by W. D.
Among~ my~ Book<, by .l. Russeil L'owell.
42: Society and vlioit, byv Emierson.2 -
'The 3i:1amthi Cave atof enteky., an
Hlistorical and D escriptiv' Natrative,
by W.~ Stm Forwoodl. M'. I>., w'ith
i'Instrations, $2 25: Theln V irginia 'lou
rist-Sketches of the Spr'ings and1( Motn
tains of V'irttiniau-with i llu'traitions
and map ~s, hy ['ollard. fRound, S2.50;
Wanderinig Recolletions~ or at S.'nmewhat
Busy Lifec, by .hohn Ke-al...........2(I
Madame Swetchiine's .if'e aund Letters,
from the French Coutnt De Falhionx . .2.(
The Letters of Lady Mary Wart!y Monta
guic. E.ditedn by Mrs. inale..........2.(
The Life antd Letters of' liugh Miller, by
Pe4ter D'ayne, M. A., 2 vol........4
Friends in Council, at Series ot R adin's
and D)iscourse th.:reon, by Ar thur
Helps, a new edition, compleote in
vols........................ .. ...4-(
By the same author-Realmaih, a S'ory.2
Casimir Mairemnond, a Novel.......2.
Companions of My Solitude.......1
Essays Written in the Intrervals o1 Busi
Brevia-Short Esays ail A pli 1risms...1
!!7Persoos residing in the country i
please beiir in rauine that by .wtnding their o
ders to t1s for ady books puhlished in A mel
ica, they will lie charged only the price of ti
book. W7e pay for the postage cr express.
FOGAETIE'S EON DEPCSITORY;
N o. 26') KING STRI r i (in the hendi,
CIIATtLESTI N. SbIl CAROIN.\
I WOULD) call aittent'ton to th
fact of my ihavini: a large andt commth
dious WAREflOUSH. tind will i:
pleased to stord
Cottoul, d'uanos ait
On as rcasoable terms as any one.
W. .H. WEBB.
THE MYORRIS G.Il
IS SUPElIU(R To ALL OTHIER:
('OLDIBTIA, S. C.
June 21, 25-4..
All goods SOLD BY l'S wii! be delivere
free of Drayaige to any one ini Town, or at
one in 2 mir%of the (;ourt louse, an;d
the Depot. Also to any one att Helena
and wye g'uaraintee to sell go3sn as cheap
any other house.
LOVELACE & WUEELER.
May 31, 22-tf.
ALL parties indebted to meb
Memorandum Accont. or in any oth<
wny. are requeisted to pay the same
cace.., T. M>WER
I! Abdoninal visce a; augmenting all th
flierelv pur1Ative; hdt nlterative, chni;ITI
ees. Hence it is of r't -;e in obstinam de
;.4tructin an.1 1.!.tr-et1"-ILA Of 01h Li'--er,
Sti.iLldon,t. in irre1 r cireulation), pa11.
he Witddei Sind of th UtnI.! From h ,'er
s just name", it proves eninently et-cauims
Aostiveeh and Bil;ioiis tioni, in aeidity
lice and Gall Stone, in son'e pci'es of Cu:ta.
mia fro:n Indigestion.
'ANT, NC*erry, 9. O.
Druggist and Apothecary,
storc formerly kept by Messrs. N ayer & Mar
tin, and next to Messrs. Chick & Co.,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Takes pleasure in irvitin-_ his friends
and the public to cal Al mi hini there.
H1is stock of
is large, fresh iand cotUplete.
Physicians recipes cotupounded care
COLUMBIA, S. C.
OFFERS, at LOWE-ZT P bRIi e, te
h:lioicct asszoratent of
O L1l*-OrS and
Il this State. This statt'liemet Itay seeny)
lggerated, but those who are my cuttso
mlers in Nenberrv and the upper Cotinti.s,
u s u ell as thmse in ColmttibiI, know 01s to
be a fct. The Foreign and Hotice Matrkets
are raitaeked, and the utniost care tiken
that whatever is offeied siall be FIRST
CLAS3; my motto being
"The Best is the Cheapest."
Stock of STAPLE and FANCY
Suipplied daily with every relirement for
the mlost ecoiotnical as well ia the epieare.
Wines and Liquors,
of my own importation, are guarante, d of
highe-st grade, while Domestic Goods are
furaished at LOWEST PRICES and in their
0 native purity.
Orders solicited. Term strictly CASH
0 or C. 0. D. Juie 21, 25-if.
FFCoFCoMPrRott.ER OF THE CURRP.NCY.
WasHnGTaoN, July 6th, 181.
WHEFREAS, by teatisfactory evidence
presented to the undersigned, it htta been
made to appear that "TIlE NATIONAL
)0 RANK (OF NEWBERRY," in the Town ot
Newble"rry in the County of Newberry, and
Staite of Souith Carolina, hans been tduly or
izedct untder ancd aicco:ding to the requtire
n ets of the Act of C'ongress, entitled "An
Act to provide aNational Currentcy secuire
by ae pitedgle of' United States bonds, antd ni
prov.ide for the ci renlti tiOtni ndl redemtptios
throf, tapproved Jutne :td, I18t4, anid ht
10 contplied with all t previsions of sail Ae.
*reqtitred to be compI)il with bef'ore co:n
mning the btthner ef iI.tnkintg under said
.\6o thefore', I, JtfiN .tAT KNON,
OActing Comnptroler of .rte tttrreney, de
hereby certify that "T.iII NATIONALs
l.\NK~ OF NEWBERRY," in the T<wn oh
Newberry, ini the County of Newberry, aind
State of Souith Carolina, is authorized to
commtienece the business of Ilanki ng tnder
the Act aiforesaid.
Int testimontfy whereof; wit ness my hcand~
and seal of' office, this itht day of .July, 1871.
Ism..].JNO. .J AY KNOX,
Nfl. l,844. Act. t'omiptrolher of Currency,
Jutly 1:', 2 -2mc.
NtionaI Banik of Newberry,
Paid up Capital One nundred Thousand
N ":wn~t-:i, S. C., Jutly 10, 1871I.
TIs Bantik will be open for thte tr.mnsac
tion of ageeral Blanking business on Mdn.
day next, the 17th inst.; oflice ini the old
Bank of N ewberry bmuldinmr.
FIebtwood's Life of Christ
THE subscriber respcetftully calls the dt
tentiotn ouf the citizens of Newherry tb the
fatct tlitt he is the~ agent for the sale of ti.i
-above named valuacble andt interesting work,
.and will.*canvcass te district for suibser
te tions: The book is beautifully printed,
elegartly bound, and profusely illustrated
with fuild e:1iavings. Price, according ib
binding, $ 3.7$75 and $.5.75..
* . F: Nt. SCI MPERT.
Juily 1, 20ti
ltaving' t-enwded from iteli' tld stand, td
t ineious NeW Bri4th atort,
ICall attention to their increased facilities
for the transact.ion of business, and inv t
call from their friends and customers.
Their stock consists of tall grades of
ROPE, TIES, &c., &c.
MAYES & MARTIN.
Nov. 23 47-tf.
Mapes' Superphosphate ol
WE have a lot of the above valuablle andC
popular FERTIL1ZER on hand and for sakl
cheap. It is a;rIendid for Turnips. ke.
LOVELACFE & WHEELER.
- A ng. 9, :32--f.
tAUG;. SMITHI has opened a SUOP? iear
the depot. on the road to Helena, and wil:
fall and Winter Inpi,tati
Millinery and Straw Goot
ARDSTRONG, CATO & U
moriErs AxD .(rnir-s oF
Bonnet, Trimming & Velvet Hibbo
BollE lI . S.INS JLR T EI. I
DItlaif,- i tfq, imis, Holes, read)
0R NA M EN TS
STRAW BONNETS AND LADIES' HA
-9AKER HOODS, &C.
237 and 29 BALTIMORE STNEi',
)Ef-r thiejjarme-t -topk t4,b fo findi in f:sE
try, and unequalledi m .choir.e variety and cho
compri-jig the IAtt Fitrpeaft noveltit
. frder solicired. ad &rompt atteitio u givei
A.\. 16. ;-3M.
Brown's Gt-or.tia Patter 'otton G
are simple, durabre, well milade of good i
terials, very light running, and unsurpass
in the q imyivv of the staple produced
Price "t pir :z*aw, delivered at nv R. R.
ipot in t-i *tare where th,- freight does
etTrl that of two railro:id.
Gullett's Patnt Steel Brus! Cotton G:
rhe cotton from these Gins c->mmxd:
highest macrke: price where ordinary cart
taken in the preparatiou. At the Cot
States Fair, held at Augusta, Ga., Itt yi
therp were ten Gins in compe1ition, and
premium w..s awarded to the Gullett I
Prica S and S5.50n per saw.
c-itton Presses of various patterng. H(
Pow,:rs. Iandley's Portable Szeam Engii
Brinlv' Kennekv Plonghs.
C GitAVELEY, 52 East Bay St., S mtl
the Posr Otftee. Charleston, S. C.
Aug. 2, 31--2m.
G. T. SCOTTV
Buys COtuon to order on J
Takes liberal advances on 0oi-i
Consi::ned to !.-o. If. Waeltr k
Q :ileson,s.C., or to the- b.-st l1qmu:4S
BAhimore, New or, lou m, or L
l--- on Puiblie Squire.
Nwer,S. C., .uy26, :w-imons.
1 Ysttrk of the ::bov*'e.iondi is
Consistintz ofalst all ( the
OY TIHE SEASO1
And at somewalti .
Than ha.t vnar
(Give me a ell an-see for y(
-A pr. 5, 14-tf.
Fon or tCR et.EnRATED -
PERFECTED SPECT ACI
TIlE iindermuentioned adva1ntagesa
thiose in ordinary' uu-e, the nroof of ti
mayi be scen in the i.:x1axonli:sAnY s:
and constaztly incireasinig diemand' for ti
-1st. That fron: the peenliar cons~true
of the Glsss they ASSIST andiu rnt.
thie sight, rendierinig I regne.nt chr.tiges
Ud. ThIa thev t e,f.r ut bill'i.iner. um! ao
tine;r;ess of' viio, with an amloun lt of
andii co t r niot hithe'rto ei.j 'yed by h
:ld. That tic mnateriail firom wihich
Lenses nre groin';. i< mnuufiured spa'
ly for optic puidbowt, ,ad is 1-e;::, n.
anud un'a.ua~T, and. nit -liable to bec
ih. Thait iuth e'a;es in whichi thiey
ke' wlih'her in Gl, Silve'r, or S:eel, ari
thle finest qfaity :and fi;nish, and guaran
perfec t in "v-ry r.-pe'ct.
L..\!LA RU & YIOR Ris,
\XLu iufacturing O)pticia'is,
TiIIE * TOI
WTCIHM.KER .iD J EWi'E Li
ii' ti-: I :
COLU.\BIA; S. I..
Jly 5;, '1 i--t.
History of' thie South Caroli
:siv:.tTS. or SoriTt! C.unus,a.
The subserbihd proposes to pubhlir
50t''I CAIRO,IN A (00I LEGE. The
edition closed w ith the yeat- 1857;
second will embrace the whole periot
its existence, commeuneing with the ori;
Act of l?1edrpor:'ion ini D'cemiber, I
and concludin with; the AXct estabhisi
thec UniiverAiy in D)ecembher, I865.
It will hav"e iu;nreased jiter'st hUup.u ie
it ,tuot on ly by the hiet athat it wiil conisti'
complh:te hiktoryV of the Colb-'ge, b;t b
fuzrther con-i,er:a ion thaut it. will voti
SeIverail inew .-a'tchesa ::-d addition,
the Sketchies of' thoso Presidents
Prdfessors who hav~e died since
appearane of hework. Among the
skettches will be' thoise of Judge Longs
X enable of the Unive"rsity' of \'igii..
.It a ill be ernbelliihed byi Portraiis of
P re-ide'nts of the Cull-'ge. The volumie
co'ntain aout five huindred pages ct
'anid w ililbe fiurnisahed to agle subscri
at @.0 pJ er COpy, andi at the usual
c.ount to lie trade.
Sac re n.ii's not other wi-ae sent
be forarded to mae att Gohnnabia, S. I'.
'Special and Particuli
ALL persons Indeb e 11 toue are regq
ed to mak~e immediate t acment. By d
so at otce they a Ul :are costs.
oSPINNG\ AM) SUHIMER '
S H _0r * -
43111HT & WORINK L
I r stock of
CLOTHING AND GENTS FUR.
TS, XIS IING GOODS
FOR THITS SEASON,
Is nda 0%;.70 ct, an i . iaes a'!!
DESIPABLE STYJAS AN A
iE'.ie- for Men: Boys or Youlths.
a .t7 S f t: I: d, frofi: cotmodtiio iu
.\ NI 'AT ALL GRANDT.S IN PRItES.
UN1JERWEAR, SHiRTS, CR.VATS. k-..
Hats and Cp &e &ci,
And a!l at MODERATE PRICES,
B Boots and Shoes. Tr
1S- t'ine CrJfiand sewirl drcQ. Mots, Shoer & Gaiferg
tle ' *. .- ' w. - -- . ti
is '- $ed Skin '- -.--.-.--.-- ... ".G.
ton I Kip hand -d '
mr l'avy itcher- '" from . to 1
t est Wph- Sole Peaged irogans for Mien & 114oq.
. Kip P'eged or Women. To
m- Call at WrIitlOt Co"TO(K S. ,ol
MAY 10. 1 9-tf
LIVER INsIG DiT'OR H
FORD TiFE iEI.MEF AN 110:tEOF
Acuts and Chronic Diseases of the Liver,
.aundice. Gall Stone; Heart-Ttirn,
and all Disorders re.tat
Derangement of the LIVER. BI
it is : la i .ka-tLi'N . Illovil:a
ti ow... ! gently :aid suielv, but
-il s ;a rail iwth-rfilly
w:t1coit p. nI t i.. W iv--iit'til
:ptito 0-,e fLOa'itlunl Colstipa- 4
tif l, Torp dity of ,lie L iv r. It 'Ires
sif:k :aiad Nervu1s Hea1-acA. Cie,
Flantiev. :and is an eceetive remedv
in :lfeefiionas of the fo
KIDNEYS AND BLADDER.
MOTTE & TARRANT, I'
NEWbE1%RY, 8. C. -
Mar. 29., 13-tf.
STOVES, TINWARE. K,
Cheap as the Cheapest,
3o GOOD) AS THE BEST.
TH E subs -riber won!d inform his, friends
and thme publie generaliv, that he will fur
ish- them with atll articles in hi- line of thlef
b est'& (i:.dh.t ,at the
f3 Roofing an(I Oiitlerillg, 9
A- w'ell1 as all otherr
'i \1 i. ' il i e' oen :!n be 'an most approvnd
lec, stylie a1?t tint lowest rats
emn. Call and ex;'tuineL god an d prices nd
ion satisiy yourselves
RVr W. T. WRIGHT.
A r.2, 1e0-tf.
jStoygs! Stoyes!! Scies!l
Tin W~iae! Tin~ Warc!
O~TIN WA RE!!!
And all w('th in thi' lin,- put uip 1d er.ler
and r'en~dy for - i t f'A R iN A MAN!.
- r. 22, 2s- tf l'roprietor.-1
THE TEMPERANCE ADVOCATE, J
511'U I.D B' 1 I' Ev Elt i-A31tLY
$t21;:: AN.' 11. iN A DV AN-CE.
The. c:'use ofliTepeinee hiia '0 nneed si r'apidly
in sitth r'arolina. tat it hras becoim Iec -ssary
tht er souti hie. i hv". ractive' anid zentln i- -
j.i.nn ol:t- piciples Wie l.ave. th..reo:e. ie
ItelrmIineid toptnbzih the :i! voceate weekl. an toil i
eta b:r::e iin'i ~f~imprve it in ev~ery ies) tt. Wh i. I
it wil! be devo-edto total a hstiinence, it wilt never
thles. F*le imincptable. to every firemude.
The readiuig matter will be ofthe pure&t at.d tuio-t
select icha:racter. Arra:mensts have been nade
to gt t. he o,t ptroii"it temperance men ina the
- It will in'i ha:ve cirni-pondi~.'n: iin -very pair
Itiion of the .'late, iahi will keep ite readecrs bully
inafo'rmed as to) the progre-.- mothe caunse.
Wie ha:ve put the priceofaathe Adv.caten-olow t1
that it may be in reach ofl all.
Only a limited and 'elect number of n.vertiee
m 1ets will be receeiveit. f
1. Tom Ah:.rs.--A die'count of ten per cent. wtiIl
h a be allowed on raIl fnew t!bscript.ionse.
g: Address' F. P. BF:.\itl),
firts JTulv 12.'--tf. ( vlumb.i.. !'C
Caririag~e ad E Vgoii
t i x 1. ING r te,.n i obtaie ani on;t& of
pa:red to P.~iI:I a'idl P.EP-Ail all clve of
ihe CarrIages, B#ggies & Wagons. 1,
HainCIlTjg fa~nhfutl anid experienceed work- IW
O men, andii god i. terials, w e will ;L.ow ito ti
one to e Xe.l I'.. \l
I r wo)rk is dione iunde'r i'm -, .riin ti
wilof an i e'qsri..ncedir Mcech:inie.
l)ent our h:e,~ w ill d., a elI to l ai.! ia:d ,ee~ otr
Zt' All work~ warramnted for two yiears,
FOWLER, FOST!R & CO.,
S ?PA RTANKURG C. II. S. C.
. 50 BUSHELS
- Bush. G RIST.I
'ST ARRI .ED*
A fine lot of Gentlemen'
alf hand-sewed GAITER.
xfbrds avd Boots.
Also, a fine stock of 1:9
Ies' fine kid Polish Boots,
asting Polish Bals., und
All of whIch we offer
LOW FOR GASH.
brais & Metts.
tay 24, 21-tf.
W, & I go UMIIlC1,
(At Stwart's Corner.)
iave in :stoe an elegant stdck of
Dlres,; Good.4; 'Silk-c. C'5Noe, 11tiirm,
mmningq, 11WOiry, G'6vea, lHandkervhi. f.,
lite Goods ind Stri e, an I all artior "
illy td b'e found in a well dppointed.bry
6'd flode, all of which tf ofer
LOW FOR CASIL
erher uidt a select an' handsome a^
twent of Notion-, neen and bots' tpriog
sineres and Lit;
L.arge lot of Men and.Boys MatO, at very
3ood stock of flootq and Shoes ir Men
I Boy.. 'ice lot 01tIlefe'. Vis.:4 ar-4
ildren's Sldes , of Mo-re, Larrd>e & Co
iRll- m lint anI good.
eY Yarn, by the mholesale and tt
Fine lot of Cut!ery, 3nd 11-trdwaf goOv.,
'Nddles, llarness, 13ridles, Whips;&t.
Itin-t and Pistol. -
4:uar, Cofree, MolaQ.ces.
PMain and Fitncy So.ips, fiep ispe $.
iger, soda and Starch.
Large lot of Hoes, SAovels, Sfde Reffit
ides and Nails.
Ton.teco and woofiein watrt%;
:-aiionery, Ink, Pen4, j'encils; ke:
Kvro.;ine atod Turpentine.
They propose to sell goods td (fie gffb
-tin of ail I% ho will patronize ihem,
Low Rates and slrt Fets
Call -il exine their Stock afid N4e
rity Pr ..4 Azeits for Jledb 1h. Rk
4-lebrated i-nroved old Anebor 2 Md
Itiz Cl:h1, aind sigerg-elebrated Fq4i
Sewing MachIngC for beirty Co.pt.
W. CHICi, a. a. m .
Apr. 1*, U5-t.
WE are now ree#i:vine a large steek of'
R.OGEhlis na F1 RTI ,t-IS purebae4
r caish ini t.hi ho-< marktsi of tihe conE147,
ich wrE ill l 7
LD9W FOR~ CASH.
We a:d . lbo prepair--d to exCcute ll gEl
rsC Li ertrustedI to usin the
We can supply the Pl.anters and all otitere
di die celebi-ated
We~~t haive dtevrinetd to "ell gootdsi in ounr
Rt as lowt as they e-ii be-old iin this mar
O0R CASH ALON%
e4 hiRd that wI' e1nniot eill atL shlort i.6
nless wec tell FOR C, Al.
II MOMI & (:
~yrups and Sugars.
Just received a bean~tiful
~. 0. Syrups and
For sale low a't
W. H. WEBB'S.
sU PERT NTENDENT'S OIFFK'E.
oN andi ater ICSUnday next, the 6th ma.%t.,
SAfternoon Express Trinu will alrrive #
30 1*. M.
Dt,wn Pai'senger rain ont Cheraw ai.l
irlinigtoni Rairoad will leave (beraw 41 6
M., and pass way stations one henrarhl r
. i at prve'nt. 8. S. SoLOMONS.
A ng 23, 31-tt bnperinten.dent.
Duim absene fromt the St-st.n M.
had1dents i. DuIlnan is' my duly autho:ia
rney,iCT anRd W wita:nset anr nyn
r mei ast eftfectllya i could du wer. I
I 1IA.WE this daty associated with me mae
other MR~. A. J1. McCAt.UIRiN, . -
ill from hids date take chuarge of zad t*
'te the~ biusiness under the namne of A..
cC.UGIIiN & Cl). Onr trm here:..
r n ill Ibe C A II. All parties :ndebtedi
e will and their. Mt and Acoounts n.
, :i:ds of myI brhe h for collect ion.
R. L. Mcc. E'GHRIN
hEA ? GRIT,
Q:1ehAYES & MARTI!(s