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And if a "leetle" colder;
During Court week, (or nonth, as the cas(
may be), also, FRESM FISH next Saturd9.,
Fresh, sweet and ni -e. constantly arriving
L. R. MARSHALL.
P. S. Wanted--1,000,
000 lbs. of Rags.
Sep. 1::, 37-It.
Office School Commissioner.
NEwmaRY, Sept. 5th, 1871.
Teachers of Free Schools are hereby no
tified that the fall t--rm will begin or
Mot,dar the -oni day of October. The
County flbard of Exarniners will meet for
the examination of applicants for certifi
cates, on the 22d, 2nd, 29th and 30th o
this month. Tc.uhers holding certificates
that do not expire lefore .linuary 1st, 1872
need not apply. JESSE C. SMITH,
School Commissioner, N. C.
Se,pt. 13, 007-3t.
A very desiralle residnce, on a lot o
over three acres. in the town of Newberry
The house is a two story building, witl
double portico. four rooms below, and
,two ib)ove stairs. A good well of excellent
-ater. kitchen, smoke-house, and other
out-luih1ings. Ternis cash.
Xpply to E..S. BAILEY.
Sept. 6, 26--tf.
A. M. BOW\IRS & Co.
WOULD inform their friends and the
public generally, that they have removed
from their old stand to their NEW and
COMMODIOUS BUILDING, between A
flarris and Leiell & Spearnian.
We are now recviving and opening a
LARGE and (HOlICE STOCK of
GROCERIES & LIQUORS.
Bagging and Ties,
SIRTINGS, &c., &c.,
Which we will sell at the LOWEST marke
price FOR CA',_I.
J0H T. PETFI.RSOS. Jonls c. wIT.soN
A. M. oWER'.
Sep. 6, - .
FITS, FITS, FITS !
We are the A.i- for Ward's celebratec
Shirts of warr.ind 'it. Gentlemen desiring
a stplj y and a fl wil call at our store and
have nits::res tP OOn.
Sept. G, : -tf. McFALL & POOL.
ALL person- indebted to us by Account
MUST PAY UP
By the ist of Novembe'r, without fail. NO
M'ORE1 CIUi)IT will be grantedl at this
house, fromi this date. We mean what we
say. McFALL & POOL.
GRAESER & HARMON,
CH1ARILESTON, S. C.
TIlE l'ndesitzned have formed a Go
p inetrshi p for Ite tns.ietionl of a COT
TON '-'A(1iITRAG E AND G;ENEl A L COM
Mils.i'1("- 'GIN ES. They tender their
se.rvi.es to their : riends andI the public, and~
,.h:ll be pleased to) receive a call from thenr
at their uili-:e(on IBROWN & CO 'S WVllA RF
Cl.lAENtE A. GRAESERI.
Tfhif:MAS F. UJARMON.
A Rare Chance for Investment<
BEING; decirous of deotoing myself ex
elusivelv to the Cornmision Businees, I of
fer nmy .n:ire REAL ESTATE, situated ii
Nea h,b'rry Counmty, FE ER SAL E. consisting
of the 2folowing TRACTS of LAND, viz:
TR ACt' NO. 1 -Containig 34(i acres
more or less, on which is my Dwelling,
lirge', nie.div fitted-up house, contann
nine roomis, pantri'es, closets, &c., and al
n,eenssary out-buildings. Also, a goo<
STORE-IIOUSE, which is one of the bes
standk in all this section of country, a
which I have done a grood business. Therm
is a!<o a pmb'ic WOOD and BL ACKSMITih
Sf10P', which has a good run of custom. al
in full operation. There is some fine Bot
.tom Land, well ditched and in a high state
TR ACT NO. 2-Containing 100 acres
miore or less, and adjoining Tract No. 1
On this i.: a I arge and prosperous MER
CIIANT. CORN and SAW MILL, all it
gootd running or.ler and doiinga good bnsi
fl.55, lto) a go.od G;in tIm- and Gin, rut
by watr, with Screw anid other necessam'
butilditngs. On this trat is some very val
uable Bottoms, well di:ched and inm a higl
state of cultivation. This is a very valua
TRACGT NO. 3-Containing 189 acres
more or less, adjoining tracts No. 1 and 2
about sixty acres of this is in original forest
a iid some fine cultivating land, well water
ed, and very accessible, lying between thn
two public roads.
TRACT NO. 4-Containing 83 ocres
adjoining tract No. I. Ont this is a spleti
did Mill sear, known as the old Red Mill
there is some fresh cleared land on thi
tract, and in a high state of cultivation
there is plenty of water, and a splendh
sprinIg, also laborers houtses.
TRACT NO. 5-Containing 79 acres
known as the Moates place, and adjoinin;
tract No. 1. There is a Dwell.ng and othe
out-buildings, and a splendid spring of wa
TRACT NO. 0-Contining 2(,2 acres, ad
:oining tracts Nos. 1 and 5, on which are la
borers houses and stables. On this tract i;
* some fine Bottom L:and, well ditched, an<
in a high state of cultivation.
TRACT NO. 7-Containing 73 acres
known as the Gipson place, on which is
good frame dwelling, with necessary out
buildin'gs, and a ..ood spring of never fail
intr water, and some fine cultiniting land.
T RACT NO. 8S-Containing 31tJ acres
known as the Kinard or Ga4ry land, ot
which is a Dwellitng, witht necessary out
buildings. This is one of the best farmint
tracts of land in all this set ion of country
There is some vm-ry fine cotton land, somni
forty acres o1 which is fresh elcared and it
cultivation this year, and plenty of originma
land to cleamr.
Persons wishing to buy will do well tin
come and see these lands, I will take plead
* ure in showing tlenm as I can be found ot
the premises. I w il maka the terms eas;
to an approved purchaser.
If not denoted of before, I wiil sell thes<
lands at pubic mouer ', SALE-DAY IN~ NO
VEMB~ER NENT, at NEW1uERRIY COURt
IIOUSE. Any i. ,rmation wanted nii ii
cheerfully givenm ny add.ressing me at Newv
becrry, . C.
THOS. F. HARMON
AND NOW OPENING
A beauliful FALL STOC cf FUREIG7
Which have been selected with especial
care, and which we feel sati,fiel will give
unqualified sa'isfaction. hoc in styles and
qualities as well as in PRICES. This stock
will be found
CHOICE and CHEAP,
And consists of
Scotch Plaids. Alpacas.
Bonbazines. Poplius, Silks,
Laces. Embroideries. Ribbons.
Trimmiigs, Hosiery. Handkerchiefs.
Fancy Goods. Notions. Perfumery,
Soups. Pocket Cutlery.
SHAWLS & CLOAK8,
For the Idies; and for the gentlemen
C ASSI MEES.
Hats, Shoes and Boots.
We have the best
BAGGING and TIES. &c.
Call and see and be convinced. and
save ioney by getting cheap goods
M. BARRE & SON.
Sept. 6, t-tf.
THE attention of Physicians is solicitted
to the following Pha ramCeutical Prepara
tiOnsl of Johnt IWveth & Bro, Manufacturing
Chemists, of Philadelphia:
Elixer Phosphate Iron, Quinine and Stryeh.
" Gentian Ferrated.
" Vderianate of Ammonia.
" "t " and Quinine.
" Pepsin, Bismuth and Strychnine.
Comp. Fluid Ext. Buchu and Pareira Brav:a.
Ext. of Beef, ?itrate of Iron and Sherry
Wine, &c., &c.
The undersigned are pre'pared to fu:rnishi
them to the trade and Phyvsicians, at Manu
Lists of Preparations with Quantitive
Comaposition and IDose, Price List. Circu
lars, &c., fuarnish:edlI uponZ pdvi'o.
MOTTE & TARRANT.
Dlue West Female College.
TilRTEE;NTHI year will open Oet. 2dl,
and close maiddle of ine\t Jecly.
Past prosp)erity mostat eurontragi.g. Lo
cation palelaant ::d h ealthy . Leauhy fuhll
and complete. EiAht.tre:iehers. Course of
instruction thoarouah. Governmnent, thai
of a well ordered fatmily.
Expeinses for the year, (2 sessions, 40
weeks), for board. (including fuel anzd wash
in;;,.) ;anid tuit;ion in 'all literary stuadies, in-a(
Fretach, Mii. D)rawinag, P;aintinag, &.
at very re isonab)le rates.
For Catalogue address the Presi.hent,
J. L. BUNNER,
Due West, Abbeville Ca., S. C.
Se p. 6, 36-2mn.
ALL persons havinag d.'iaands against
th:eEstate of IIENRY DOMINICK, adecvtased,t
are reqluired to render them to the unde r-r
signed on or before the 26th Sept., 18'71.
And all personas indebted to s:aidl Estate are
reurd omike payment by thiesame~
siEtaeat that timue.
F. II. DOMINICK, Adm'~r.
Sep. G, 36&-3t.
A. P. PIFER~. M. A , : : : Principal.
Miss FANIifE LEAVELL, :: Assistant.
Prof. F. WERBER, : : Musical Dsp't.
This School will resume its exercises on
the sist septemnber next.
S. . BOZER, Esq., Sec. B'd.
R3 A. PRINCLE,
COTTON SELLER AND
Central Wh arf, Charleston, S. C.
Charleston-H on. C. L. Lowndes, Prest Bank
of Charleston, W B. Smith. &q., Pres't Union
- 1atk oftCharlestou, Robert Adger, &aq, B. C.
Presley. Esg. Newberry-Robert L. McCauagh
rin. Pres't N at. Bank. Newberry.
Consignments ot Cotton res'pectfully solicited.
Prompt attentiona given to sales. Aug. 80, 35-3m.
C. R. HOLMES,
COMMISSiON ME RC H ANT ,
C IL\ R.LS T ON, S. C.
Aug. 23, 34-3mi.
COTTON TIES ANID BAG4dNt.
I A$ Agents for Manuifactuarers, we offer
foar sale at low prices the following TIES:
The".'-ro.'," the "Aniebor," the "Erk,
Swett's Patentr Buuk-he, Butler's l$utkle, and
a ieard's Pattenat Lock Tie,
Amieriein, Dundee an'd India BAGGtNG.
GEoRiIGE WV. WILLlAMlS & Cu.,
Factors, Church Street.
A desirable STME1i on. Main 8tree?. T or
~ALL ANM) WINTER~
170Z8'1OES 0 0 9,
.\ F-TLL LINE OF
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
Ou haud, and for sale
LOW FOR CASH.
Mar. 1, 9 -tf.
GEO. S. HACKER,
)oor, Sash, and Blind Factory,
This isas large :l complee a Factory
s there is in !t So1h.
We keep to Northern work to fill co1t1
\EN-D FOR PRICE LIST.
Address GEO. S. IIACKER, P. 0. Box
7-, Charleston, S. C.
Factorv and Warerooms, King Street, op
oite CaTnon St., on line of City Railway.
Sep. G, 6-1y
PE "WALLIS" TIE.,
DIPLOMAS FOR BEM COTToN. TiE
l~ouishmaa State Fair, A pril, 1870.
Georgia S;ate Fair, October, 1870).
C.otton States Fair, Octiober, 1870.
Mississippi State Fudr, October, 1870.
Alabama State Fair, November, 1870.
MADE OF TIlE BEST ENGLISII IRON.
EASILY ANtD RAPIDLY ADJUSTED.
2000 of the above TIES now landing per
rirish bark M. E. Seed, Liverpool, and for
ale at the lowest muarket rates by
J N. ROBSON,
Nos. G3S Eatst lay andl 1 -and 2 Atlantic
Varf. Charleston, S. C.
Sept. 6, 36-4t.
Kinsman & Howell,
actors and Commission;
Lieral AdMnces miade o,r
otton and Naval Stores
Charleston, S. C.
Se pt. 6, 30-nmos.
isrict Court of the U:nited St:tes.
For the D)istrict iif South Caroulina;
the matter of Frederick Schlegelmnilch,
B ankrupt-District of South Cairolin.a.
TillS is to give notice that on the 22d
lay of August, 1S71I, a warr:ant of lBtak
iptcy wats istued Ont of the Dis-riet Court
>f the UTnited States, for the District of
~outh C:arolina, aigainsat the Estate of Fred
rik Schlegelmilch, of Gilbert lI[ollow, in
he County of Lexington, in said District,
djdgel a Bankrupt on his petition.
That the patymeut or any debits and the
lelivery of any propetrty belonging to such
ankrupt to him, or for his uise, and the
ranser of any property by him, are for
>iddnct by law, and that ai meieting of the
reditors of saiid Bankrupt, to prove their
lent,t and to choose one or mnore Asignees
>f his Estate, will be heal at a Court of
kakruptcy, to be holden-t at Registers (Jf
ice, Newberry. before C, t. Joer, Esqj.,
legister ini B.ankruptcy for said iitrict, on
te 7th damy >f October, A. D. 187 1. at 1'
'clock, M. L. E. .JOHINStN, -
U. S. Mar4bal as Messenger.
By A. P. PIFF.a, Dep. Mess
Aug. 30, :35-Gr.
Ji hecreby given that an application will
>e made to thc General Asseimb!y, of the
tate of South C.aroiina, at it.s approaching
ession, for a renewal of the Chtarter of the
The Trustee's of the P'resbyteriatn Chureb
>f Smyrna," in1 New barry Countty.
Augus.t 1f, 1871-33-3m.
Bring on your Corn.
WE aie now ready at all timtes to grind
dEAL and GRISI' for the public, at the
il at the Tan-yard, in the edge of the,
'own of Newberry.
JONES & PARKER.
June 25, 20-tf.
A.TTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICE ''N LAW RANGE.
May 2, 18-ly.
For Final Dischiarge.
I do herebay give notice to all whom it
naiv conectrt, that I will make a fitial se
h>ennt oni the est;ate. of Hienry Dominiek,
feceaed, on Ti'esdae, the Whrl day of Sep.
embr next, in the Prohate. Conrt for New.
erry County, an:d apply faor a fintal dis
harge. F. IH. DOMINICK,
Special and Particular.
A LL persons indebated to me are regnePrt.
ad to tmake immtaediate paymetar. B3y doing
s at once they wili save costs.
Dr. FANT'S L11
OPERATES chiefly on &ie intestinal canal i
secretions and excretions. It is by no means
and improving the whole assimilative proceel
rangenient of the Digestive Functiqns, in Obs
the Mesente-ic Glands, and other viscera of t
ticularly of the vena portx, in diseases of the
getic action upon the organs and funcions j
in most forms of Indigestion, in obstinate Cos
of t p Prima Vi& and Heart Burn, in Jt.undic
neots Diseases, in Chrenic Cough and Asthm
Prepared only by
Jti~' ~4~7DRI 2
Compounded of the best ante-perioi
ic tonics. thus renderitig it suitable
for all diseases arisinz fro;i ni iasimatite
influences. such as Neurlgia. CilM
and Fever. General Dcbl!itV and Bil
liousnless. S. F. FANT.
Pure Wines, Liquors
The purest and bf<t Brandies, Igf
uors and Wines, for imeditinal pur
poses Ciii alwavs be found at the Dirug
Store of i)i s. F. .A;NT.
An E!eg:tit Assortnent
PERFUME1111ES arid TO[LLT AR
At DR. S. F. FANT'S.
18d. FALL TRADEI8I
CUNS. CUNS. CUNS.
Double and Single l,arrel Guns,
lireechloading and Muzzleloading Guns,
of Engih, French & German manufactae,
AT ALL PRICES.
S1ngle Gun, at ;2.50. -1 00, 0.00. -8.00,
sl1.00 to 920 each. I):uhte (;iis rrom
-7, to -200 eacth.
Pistols. Pistols. Pistols.
Smith & Wesson, Colt's, Allen's, Sharp's,
and all the poputlar and approved kinds.
AMMUNITION FOR CUNS,
PISTOLS & RIFLES.
BEST QUALITY AND AT LOWEST PRICES
Countrv Merebiants and Sportsmen are in
vit,-d to eall and examine wnr large and well
selected stock of the abov (;od<, which we
import direct and bnty from the iuoufactu
rers. We guarantec quality equal to, and
prices as low as any reqponsi1lihou ini
Orders by nin;l fliled prompily, and sent
by express, C. i. D.
roULTNEY. TRIMBLE & CO.9
200 W. Baltimore Street,
Apr. 5, 1 1-1y.
Fogartie's Book Depository.
TIlE OrTOGRAPHTC CtOQUET.--This
New Game To'-CS( many advantages
over an:y other1 Field Ginme of Cruquet. It
adda alnost infinite variety to the game.
as it opens to the skill and ingenuity (if'
ph:yers the whole boundless filid of letters.
The Old Game may be pilayed as well with
the same set. P'rice $0 and.........12 00
NqEW CATALOGUE-No. 1A,
Reindeer. Dogs, and Snow Yhoes, a jour.
nail of Siberian tratvel. antd explora.ions
made in '65. '' ind! '7, l>y ltiebard .1.
Biu-l, wti tiutri:ions .. .. ...... .....00
Capaain C.ook. hi,- LTe Voyagcs auid Dios
coverie-, by:, W t. 1. G. Kmg<n... .2.00
Life in The Open Air, an d Other Papers,
by Theodore Win throp..............1.00
The Canoe and '1he Sa ddi lventures
attiong the Northwa' stern 1ivers. and
F'orests, and Isthiana, hy Theodore
The Modern Phrmate, Gianes, Sports
and Diversionis for BTovs of all A;ge<,
compiled by Rev. J. G. WVood, with six
hun.dred origlinal illustrationrs....4 50
The la:y ltoo.k of' Metals, Including Nar
rativ'es of Visits to Coal, Lead, Coppier
and 'in Mines, with a number of- Ini
teresting Ex~perimnents relting~ to A'l
cheni; anld the Chemistry of the Fit
Metaillic Elements, by' Jno. H. Pepper,
.300 illustratio:is.. ... . .. . .. .225
The Treasure of the Earth: or, Mince,
Mliner:ls and 3itls; b'y W~ m. Jotie,
Naional Ndrsery lihyrti"' .ed~5~ iS-igs
Set to Muai by J. W. El!iott, with nut
mnerous illustra:ions hy T he l'rotheirs
Da1ziec. No'vello & Co., l ndn ., .. 4 00
Ar t, Lt, a Christmats .+ory ini the Wet
Indies, by Charles Kingsley, ill u 'tra te:1.g.00
Second Series of Cameos, from. English
Hlistory, b)y the autuor of "The Hecir .
Pioneers andl Founderrs. oir Reent W.o k
ers In the M ission Fiebi, by Miss Tonge 2.00
Wods-their histo'ry and derivariti-ly
D)octor E.bener and E. M. Greenway
Tom P'ippin's Wedding. by the Author
of "l)ame Europa's .ochool'-75 cents,
and.......... .. ...,....,.........1
Ilsrated1F~ dition of ilawthorne-\lIosses
from tin Ol Mms--'2; Twice Told
Tales, $2: The Marble Fawn........200
The Novels an i NovelIsts of the P.igh
teenth Century, in ilhietration of the
manners and morals oif the age, hy For
syth, author of'"Life of Cicero," &c.,
&..... ................. ..... ..150
Reminiscences of Fifty Years, by Mark
Ihattle of Dorking: the German (onqtu'st
of Engeland in 1875, by an Eye Witness,
A New Sonthern Cook Book, by Theresa
C. Brown, of Anderson. S C., $1, andl L.7.
The Southern Gard,:ticr, or Short anid
Simple Directions for the Culture of
Vegetables :m:1 Frnits ait the South, by
Doctor Henry W. Ravenel.,..........50
Topics of the Times, by .lamies Partion.
82t Suburban Sketches, by W. D.
Amonr my Books, hr . Ruscell Lowell.
$2; Society and Solitude, by lEmerson.2 00
Th Mammrroth Core of Kentuceky, an
Historical and D)escriptive Narrative,
by W. Stum p Forwood, 3[. 1'.. with
itustrations. 225: The Virginia Tou
rist-Sketches of the Springs and Moun
tains of Virginia-with illustrations
and maps, by Pollaird. Bound, $2.50;
Wandering Recollections of a .Somnewhat
Bn-y Life, by Jlohn K(el...........2 00
Madame Swetehine's life a:nd Letters,
from the French Count l)e Faltotux..2 03
'The Letters of Lady Mary Wartly Monta
gue. Edited by Mrs. 11ale........ .2.00
The Life and Letters of Ilngh Miller, by
Peter Bavnie, M. A ,.2 ols...........4 00
Friends in Conneih, a Series of R~ -idings
and Discourse thereon, by Arthttr
Helps, a new edition, complete itn 2
Bv the samte autthor-Realm'ih, a Story. .2.00
C.~simir Maremond, a Novel..........2.00
ompnions of My Solituide..........1.50
Essas Written in the latervals of Buami I
Brei-Short E,ssays and Aphorisms....l1.0
(GPer'ams residing in the country wil.
plese hear; in mInI that by send ng their or
ders to us for any boo1ks pub,li4l tm Amer
ica. they will be charged on ly the prIce of thbe
book. We pay for the pestage or express.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITOEY.
No. 260 KING STRiCET, (in the bend),
ClH A RLES"TON, r'Ol'TH CAROLINA
A pril 26, 17-1.
ATTOR'NEY AT LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
OFFICE O:N LAW R.NG:C.
J.T i' 2- 1inAm.
mnd abdominal v:scera, augmenting all the
Merely p':rgatiye; but alterative, changin
.'en i, is of great use in obstihate de
rteti.ds and. Enlargements o( the Liver,
i ador'n, ir irregilar cireil;ttidri par
Bladder Aad of the Uterus. Fr Jts ener
ust named, it proves eniinejtily ef!icacious
tivenesj and Bilious Affectious, jn . acidity
Salit Gall Stones, in sorae species of Ct!a
L fro:n Indigestion.
lVT Newbery, k . :
XT Ne e
DRPt. S, F. FIVTI
Druggist and Apothecary,
Store formerly kept by Messrs. Mayes & Mar
tin, and next to Messrs. Chick & Co.,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Takes pleasure in invitinar his friends
and the public to call on hint there.
His stock of
Is large, fresh and complete.
Physicians recip-s compouuded care
COLUMBIA, S. C.
OFFERA, ait LOWI.'-T PRICEN? the.
choicest assortment of
In this State. This statement may semn
exaggerated, but those who are myiv custo
tiers iii Newberry and the t:pper Couities,
as well as those in Columbia, know this ZO
be a fact. The Foreign and Home Matrkets
are ransacked, and the umost care taken
that whatever is offe;ed shall be FIRST
CLASS; yiiv motto being
"The Best is the Cheapest."
Stock of STAPLE and FANCY
Sippiif-d d-ily with every requirement for
the m1o10 CC01onmiCi aS weil as the epicure.
Wines and Liquors,
of my own inportatioi, are gmarante- d of
lilghest grad,. while Dnmestic Gooda are
furnished at LOWEST I'M CNS and in their
Orders solicitcd. Terms strictly GASH
or C. 0. D). .Jme 21, 25-tf.
OFFn: O1 LO!. iMTRtoi.t.El i~ ii Ti: ('t-RRENCT
W~A5IuoNGl, July tiuh, 1871.
WHIEREAM, hr satisfactory evidenice
presenmted to the u:nlersigned, it has been
mi:i.ie to aXpar that ''TII E NATIONAL
H.\NlK OF NEWVBER~RY,1' in, the Town of
Newhberry, in the- Co,unty ofI Newberr, tind
Stat:e ot Souith (.aruiii:, hais becen duly or
g:nit.ed iindetr and aco:ding to th.- require
mntts of the Act oft 'ongress, entitled "An
Act to provide a Nat ion.dI Ciurreciiy seure
ba pIlte of United! Sites hon.k, and!
provideh for the circ' ul trion redenmptio
thereof," approived June id, I a'4, and! hat
comphed ith al ithe prvijins of said Ac
requ.i red to bte enm'plied wt lh- btore con
mieticing~ the business of Biking uinder satid
Now, therefore, I, .J)l1Y .\T ANCK
Actinig -Comptroller of the G urrenicy, dc
herebvy eertify tha.t "TillF NATIONAl
BANK 0OF NEWBERRY," in the Town 0o
Newberry, iti the C?ounty of Neitherry, anid
State of Souith Ca roli na, is authorized! t
continence thei' businiess of Ihiinking utndel
In tsitnyV whereof, witn'ss my ham
and seal of ollice, this sh i dv of Julyv, s i.
[9:u..] JNXO. .T.\ Y KNON,
No. 1,x44. Aet. C'omptroller of Currency
July 12, 2S-2mi.
National Bank of Newberry,
Paid up Capital One Hundred Thousand
This flatik #ih! be' open for the tr.insic
tioni of a geineral Ihinking business on Mon
dayi next. the 17thi inst.; oflice in the olh
Batnk of .e evherrt. bedh!!aie.
.iR r. MCCAUGil1 RIN,
.July 12, 28.-tf. President.
Washington & Lee University
The next session of this I': stituition wil
commnee on the third Thuirsdaym (21st o
Septem!4ber. l , andl continue withioni
intermission uititi the fourth Thursday it
The inst rnetin etmbraces thorongt
(;h;ssical, Literary andu ieitinc courses,
togeth er with the Professional departementc
of L tw and. Engineer-i ni..
Thne entire expenses for the session of I
mtonths neced not exceed $3nni or $32.5 ac
Crdinig to the price of Board. Arrange
metts are also muade for mnesaing, by which
stuents may rr ednee their expenses to $2.5i
For further informationi address
G. W. C. LEE, P'residIet.
WILLIAM DOLD), Clerk of Faculty.
Ag ';J , 32-tf.
ALL pers>,ns having demands aginst tht
Estaite of MOSES AND)ERSON, decea-:ed
are hereby required to piesenit themi pro
perly attested to Me-srs. Baxter & John
stone, otn or beore. the first day of Octobe
next -with a view of a final settleme'nt o
the Estate at that fiime. .'.i. all who are
indebtetd to said Estate are req'iired 1<
mke paynment it one.
M.X RTIN J1. YOUNG;,
Ex'r f .noes Anidersonu.
Newbe rry, . i., 221 Aug.. 'il-34-6t.
LIME, the Great Fer
I WILL, deliver LINE a* t Walhila Dlepio
at $h.5ui per barrel, or IUICK Ll\lE, by
te car load, itt 4n1 cenits per bunshel.
Aug. 23, 34 -t f.
Mapes' Superphosphate eo
WVE have a lot of the above valuable ami
popular FERTiLIZER on hanud andt for sal
cheap, it is srlemtid for Tuirnips. he
L4mVELACE~ & HEL
A EG, SMITi!l 1as opened] a SHOP naa
the diepor, on t he road to Helena, and wil
do all kinid of Iletksmnith work, whichb
FaU and Winter Importatio
Millinery and Straw Goodt
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO
1IPRTERS AND JOBRS OF
Bonnet, Trimming & Velv.et Ribboa
D-0,NIT SILKS, SAIS anl VEIEIS,
Bouds, Net!. Crapes, Rubhls, FimS, Feathei
0 R N AM E N T S,
STRAW BONNETS AND LADIES' HAT!
'rRTI.N.) AND UNT1tIMMYD.
SHAKER HOODS, &C.
237 ard 239 BALTIMORE STREET,
()Xor the in.rgest Stock to be found in thils Cou
try. nd unIqualle in choice vuriety and ciea
ness. comisnrisag the latest Enripean ioveltiec.
Orders solicited. att prompt attention given.
Aug. 16. 3 3-3m.
Brown's Georri.t Pattern Cotton Gin
are simple, dura ilv, well iade of good i
terials, very light. runritig, and unsurpasss
in tie i itity of the staple prodneed.
Price si per saw, delivered at :mv R. R. d
pot in this tate where tho freight does i
e-xvi-col that of two railroads.
Gullctt's Patent Steel Brush Cotton Gin
The cotton from these Gins commands tl
highest marke: price where ordinary care
taken in the preparation. At the ("ott<
States Fair. held at Augusti, Ga., last ye;
there were ten Gins in competition, und ti
premium wa nwarded to the Gul!ett Gi
Prica S5 :ud 35.W p-r saw.
C!tton Pres?-es of variot patternq. Ilor
Powers. Handley's Portable Steam Lngint
Brinly's Kentuk P'loughs.
C GR AVELEY, -52 East Say St., Snth
the Po,t 4)ffice, Cliarleston, S. C.
Aug. 2, 31-2mn.
G. T. SCOTT,
Buys Cotton to order on f:
Makes liberal advances on Got
('onzigned to Geo. IL Walter & C
Charlesio:n, C.. C., or to the bi-L jlous
iltimore, New York, Jtoston, or Livc
Ofili.4 on I'uiblic Stuare.
Newherry, S. C., Julv :2, 2.-(mos.
MY stm-k of tho above gods is
Conoi.ting of most all of the
OF TiIE SEASOA
And at soicwhat
Give mec a eall rimd see for. you
A pr. 5, 14-tf.
TIlE ntndermntiouned ndvantages or
those in ordinary use, thme proof of whi
tay hbe seent in thet EXTrR0tlliNAHt sal
az'l constntly increasing~ demiatd for thme
I.t. TIhat fro:n te Ipenliar constrnmeti
Iof the Glasssets, thiiy Assi.T and passsa
th tggrideritng trequent chLnges t
2d. Tii:t the conV tfe'r a brilianey arid di
filnct::ess of vision;, wfh i'n amouncmnt of E
anid ed.t our not htith erto cijye byi, ' spm
:d. Tht the ,taterial from wiciel
ILenses amre giroinml. ismulttu.dse
,lv for optic purpcses ad is rct.:, rua
and unt it.t ANI, an,d ret Wtbb t'i pec:i
4th: Tha't 'he lrame- in iW1h theyn
se,, wihether ini Goll. silver, or, eet :are
the ineit tin:alty and; fir.ish, aind guiarante
pei-feet ini evieryl respec't:
N' EDDLERs EMPILCYTED.
AL.tRAiTS & iORRIS,
. r ,
CER\TA1L a. 4' 8.\IISF'l
'WtTCHMAKUER AND J E WE LE
CO LUMII4 S..C
History of the South Carol ii
l'NiVSRStTY of Sol'Tit CArrol,tsA,
The subscribjer proposes to ptublish
second editiotn of the fi ITO) RY OFl~ TI
SoCTII CAROLINA COt LEGE. The ti
edition closed whih theC year IS857;
second will emibrace the whole period
rits exi-tence, commcing with the orighi
Actr of Incorporation in December, ISr
amnd conludinig with the Act estabishi
the Univer-ity inl December, I1865.
It will have incereasi'd inlterest imparted
it, not! onlyV by the tact that it will cohnstituti
Icomlet,e' hi=tory of the College, bunt by t
further conside.rationi thamt it v. ill conte
evea Ske tches anrd addhitionls
the ke'hes f tosePresidentls a
P5rof'essorsi whio have did since I
appearance of the work. Atmong the~ n
s..etenes will be lho<e ot f.':dge Longsttre
Rev. R~o.ert W. Barn well, and P'roien
IVe:,able of the Un,iversity of Virginia.
It will be emelltishedl t>y Portraits of t
P'residents of file College. The vohntne n
cotain abort five hundred pages Octat
atnd will he furn.isheid to single subscriht
at $3.nou per copy, and at~ the usuald
c.mni to the trade.
Sub.scibehrs' na*aes lnt otherwise sent
be forwarded to me~ at G;ob,t,mbia. S. C.
M. LA BORDE.
3a 29, 29'-f f
- Bush. GRIST.
For sale by D. MOWER.
"1 ANIY D SUBIIIEI'
WIWIGHT & COPPOCK.
.kO 2 MOT,LIHN ROW.
' CLOTHING AND GENTS FUlI
FOR TIJIS SEASON,
Is now completp, -and emliraces all
)ESIRABLE STYLES AND
P~ Either for Men, Boys or Youths.
S','TS of all kinJs, from coMn I s]
AND AT ALL GRADES IN PRICES.
UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS. CRATATS, &c.,1
Hats and Caps, &c., &c.,
And all ar. MODER ATE PRIVEs.
"' Boots and Shoes.
R. Fine (3fhiand sewed dre: Roots. Shoes& Gaiters
ic " " ". Dblesose w. V
i *- 4eul:tkln - '
,n Kip hand Pgd "
Ifeavy Ditchers '- -- " from 9 to 13
'Uvmt Dile Sole Pegged Brogaus for Men & Boys.
Kip Pegged 1r Women.
n. Call at WRIGUF & COITOCK-S.
3Way 10, 19-tf
- LUIER INVIGORATOR
FOR Ti 1T RELIEF AND CU. (T F
Acute and Chronic Diseases of the Liver,
U Jaundice. Gall Stone, Heart-Murn,
Deraui nment of the LIVER.
It . plsatlxd .ovn
the bowkls gently and surely, but
witouit pain ; anld is wonde,rfully
adaptt! 0 Cases of fi ltTial Conlstipa
tiont. 'irpidity of tle( Liver. It eures
Sick and Nervous Ilead-aclic. Colic,
FHtaloncy. and is an effective remedy
in affection.s of th
KIEDEYS AD BLADDER.
1 MOTTE & TARRANT,
NEWBERrY, S. C.
Mar. 2'.1, 13-tf.
RE MOVA L
-* M.1E8 & M4lIIN
H laving removed from thei old stand, to
. - their
C<mmnodious New Brick Store,
S d1i atrtention to their inernaed fazcilities~
call fromt their fri*rnds and enstom.ers.
Th'eir-stock consists~ cCiall gradehs of
GRBOOCE R I E S
SROPE, TIES, &c., &c.
heMAYES & MARTIN.
llTCariage Rld Wagoli
llH AYN ' recenti obtained an outfit of
new and! iw'prdNd mcaemnery, we are pire
paured to JUILD ;and REP'AlR ull elusses of
Car'riages, Bu@ts & Wagons.
Having falihfi! and experien:ced work
men, and g'ood materi:dis, w e a ill allow no
one to excel nc ..
(hr w"irk is done m:der the~ supc:-vision
of an experieniced Mechanie.
Those wishin'g to purcha:se anything in
or line, nill do well to cal .:-l- cee our
' jf All work warranted for two years,
FOWLER, FOSTER~ & CO.,
P'A RTANRUR(; C. H., S. C.
.inly l2, 2S---m.
-fj Tin ar'e! 'Tin W\T~ae!!
a PLUMBING, ROOF
of And all wo: k in this'linie put np to order
and readlv for s4l- at 'A ROLINA MANI'
FACTORiY. Call at eiti cr house, Cohun
HENRY if. BlI.EASE,
t > .r. 22, 12- ti. Proprietor.
Til elleb, cm -lio and wel for
Il ishe'd lI WSE, i"centy kept bv': Mr. J-li
dlan P. Poo, i, no1w mo:ier tI-e nIianaement
of Mr. S IB. Clenctt, w ho will spare nithrr
time nor atns to moakev it a first el.uss [Ic
THE e)n :;e of is Tnstit:
Ji wilDl :-e resm on the
BER N FNT. In->uction giv-en
in En;;lish, (;faissic d and Mathe
RArT:s or TCITio-Six, Ten and Four
t.een D1ollars per quarter s'son-payable
ini advance, respectively, for the P --nary,
.nemeite and Classical Department:.
J1. C. HARDIN, Priucipal.
A ug. .3', 35-im.
A fine lot of Gentltmen'f
Calf hand-sewed GAITT1.,
Oxfords and Boots.
Also, a flue stock of Lo"
dies' fine kid Polish Boos
Lasting PnaHsh .B~as.; af.c
All of whici we olfk
LOW FOR CASH.
Abrams & MettS;
May 24, 21-tf.
Hiare in stoe an elegant stock of
Dre"< Gc'nds-'.S!)ksc. .leNe11:sli,n..
reirnmin.g;, llosiery, G!oves, .Handkerchio il.
Yhize (ods ,0. Sti-ipse4, atel all & tic '
isually tP be foaid inl I; ellippoisted DIy
tooIs H1ou1se, all of wli they offer
LOW FOR CAISIH.
rogether ith a select arid liandsome al.
ortlent of Notions, niien an<l boys' v priimg
,a!simieres ard Line:.
Lirge lot of Men a:id Boysats'; at vety
Good stock o'f B - a'nW iSho fZ;r Mell
md Boys. }iee lot ot Lakditv, Sfise.4 ando
lildrei ' Shoes; of Mo'ore' Larra'be & Co.;
W~h ia nip ;G oTe Lefth.h'
Tea, abundant and good.
Fact'-.ryYarn, by the wlholesale and re
Fine l*t of Cutlery, and Hardw&re iefe
PSiai, .1'd ncy:.;' epphsi, Spiqe
Large lot at' Hoes, Shiveis, Spades, Scythe
Thudig 5d Mail.
To' -aeco ai.l W Ware.
S-.;n'on(-, JInk. : Nii'ecl.1, i
Kerosine and Turpentine.
They propose to sell goods to the, satis
aictior of a who will patronize them,
It Low Rates aud short Freits
aill -imd ex-nmine their Stock and judge
They are -n' Aeents for Jac b h. Rit.
er' clebrated i-liptoved old Andh'r.B'aad
[301in2 Clozh; arid S Pgers celebrate4ranq4.
y Sewing.bI,chitje, lor Newberry .oqtfty.
P. W. CHICK. R. S. CHICK:
Apr. 12, 15-if.
W E aire now receiring n lurge stoek of
for e'mh iin th:" he't ma.rket' of the cooatrf;
whih we w ill sell
LOW FOR CASH.
Weare ai-o prepar--'d : executo all W
ders entru=ted to us. ini the
We, caun . ipplyt~ i'N.mters' and all o'tbe,l
with the eth- brate. d
And also with oter Fertilizers.
'l?f haveu deterined ,t,o .ggod in on.r
!i!ie as~ low as they e-m be sold in this nur
FOR CASE ALON'
We find rlit ' w.naniot sell at sho'rtj
lB MIOOIRII & t0
F eb.8,. 6'-tf.
D in' bece from tIe Stefet M
Thadude!: S. Duncain is nmv d'z!v auoize0iid
Aroriey, amil wi~ traii an huosijuesi
for toe is etfetu iv a I coni do w'ere I
. . G. T. SCOTT.
Nea w erryi, S. C., .J.ly 2';, 30-3mos
I IIAVE this dayi asisociiut.d with me .mnv
bror.her MiR. A. J. Mcl'AUGBIllN, who
will from this date rake ebasrge of anid con
tinue' the buiiness undter the namne ol' A. .1
.\i'CAI't;illt!N & CO. Our terms hreafnI
te'r n ill he C A81! All p'arti.:s ti4debted &
me will findl their N t~s a'idu Accouris ist
:he hanuds of t,4 liriht' for collectioni.
THE MOlRRIS GIN
IS SPPERId'R TO Ali OTtERS:
For particular ecNMre'ss.
fiLI.'MBIA; S: C.
June 21', 25--3m.
All nds SOL.D BY i' will be sdelier
f'ree of' lray'age Stiuan one in,Town4 ,si'
o'ie in -? iles" of the Go:frt. 'iee tnd 'St
the' D)epot. Also to, unv e-t. at Rlelueni
itnd we gna:ranutee~ to s.ea go&i as cheap as
any" othir ho:se..
LO aC & WVIEELElt.
For sale Iby
alAYES & MARTN.
.Tnne 7i, 23-tf.
A LL parties indebted to me b
Memnorandamn Account. or ini any otht
way. are requeued to pay the same ot'
once. D. MOWER.'
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