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IN conform nth tile Law regnitin
the Gierk of the Board of County Conmmis
sioners, to insert notification of the annua
- ietmg of tat boly to receive and audi
al accouats against the County, I hereb:
give notice that all persons holding e!aim:
against the County of Newberry, must, or
or before the first day of September next
deposit the same with me, or in dfaul
thereof snch bills will not be audited a
JAMES W. HAYWARD,
Clerk Board1 Co. Commissioners,
Neyberry C. H., S. C., July 30,'72--31-4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Cyathia M->wer bath made
suit to me to grant her Letters of Adminis
tration, of the Estate and effects of Duane
These are therefore to cite and adniornsh
all and singular, the kir:!red aud creditors
of the said d.ceased, to be and nppcar be
fore. me; in .the Court of Probate to be held
at Newberry Court louse, on the 14th day
of Agst ne::t, after publication hereot
at J.o'clock in the forenoon, to shew
cause, if any they have, why the said ad
ministration should not be granted. Given
under my hand this 24th day of July,
Anno Domini, 1872.
- JAMES C. LEARY, P. j. s. c.
July 31, 01-2t.
w ~O Agents wanted to sell the beau
tiful Paoror.A:rr 1an1aRTM: CER
TIFICATFS AND PDoToGRAPiu FAui
Ly RECoRDs. For terms, send stamp to
CRIDEIt &:O., Publishers, York, Pa.
July i4, 30-4t.
MORIl COTTOIN Gi
STILL AHEAD OF ALL COMPETI
These GINS are WARRANTED to please
or NO SALE.
Price at Factory
$3.50 per Saw.
WOOD TURNING of every dese-iption
executed with neatness and dispatch, by
ly 24, 30-3a COLUMBIA, S. C
J.!ie friends of BURREL HARRIS res
Nfully announces him as a candidate for
znty Commissioners at the next ensuing
July 10, 29-tf.
Trees! Flowers! Bulbs! Seeds!
Nurserv Stock! Fruit and flower Plaies!
Address F. K. PROENI.
601 Acres; 21styear; 12 reenhotises.
Apple, 1,000 1 yr., $20; 2 y.S3 ; 3 y. 40;
4 y. S50. -4-CatalogtIn 20 cents.
July 17, 29-4:a.
Prime Red Oats.
300 BUSHELS GENUINE RED OATS
for sale by
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
July ]17, 29-tf.
ALL persons having claims against the
Estate of Anderson Wicker, deceased, will
be reqdiireil to render them properly attest
ed at my residence on or before the tenth
daf of August next, or else no responsibili
ty will attach to subscriber, and I further
notify all persons interested that 1 will on
that dayanuake a settlement.on said Estate
r in the ?robate Court for Newberry County,
and apply for my discharge as Administra
tris, with the will annexed, of said Estate.
SALLY g WICKER,
A dm'x., will annexed, Estate of
*July 11, 29-4t* Anderson Wicker.
ASSETS -- $1,100,000.
HON. JEFFERSON DAVIS,
GEN. WADE HAMPTON. Vice
President, and Superintendant of
J. D. KENNEDY. State Agent.
J. F. GLENN, Agent Newberry Co.
Among its Directors are some of the
first business men of the country.
We guarantee honesty of management.
i. e. speedy settlement of losses.
July 10, '72-28-ly.
Dre GOTTLIEB H'SCE'S BITTBS
This preparation of the
geat Scientist, Dr. Gott
Fieb Fisch, of Germany, is
based on the fact that, as
\\ all materials of the body
ae derived from Food, so
aul Vital Force, or Health,
is derived from the Force
ii stored u i n Food. Dr.
Fa Wsuers enables the
System to liberate and
appropriatte these Forces,
creates Appetite, cures
ngbiity adlck of
Nervous Energy; so tones
the Stomach and Liver as
to make Constipation and
Biliousnessim losible; re
P inforeg the Sytmso it
can-tide overba resuits or
&c,adbeter endure the
demands often unexpec
ted~ made on Its Force
andEfergy. Ladies in de
and alL.emaciated and
weak after sickness, will
owened. rapidly strengthen by
using this great preparation.
--WAnF. & Scaxzrrz. Ph iladelphia. Proprietors
of Da. Fuscu's Fool> Crns Br'ras."
DOWI E, MOISE & DAVIS. Agebts, Charles
ton, S. C. Nov. 1,71-44--ly- e-o-w
Large Stock ' FOR Send for
Assortment. I Priced List,
EDW:D J. EVANS & CO., YoRE, IPA
July 24. 30-tf.
In conformity with "An Act to provide
for a General License Law,' passed at the
last session of the Legislature, I am now
ready t'o receive payment for the second
-quarter of the fiscal year, 1872. -
6 D. R.PHIFES, o.Treas.
O Je1.m io -t4
-IOT AT. COSTh1
6 t at a V ey S maI Profit!f!
0win, to the disturbed 6ondition of the
times, many are willing to make sacrifice.-,
even to a d ioosal of goods at cost, from
the taxes, strmngency of the mocney market,
and general dullness, &c., but this we can
not do. and now that we are in want of
money, we are determined to announce that
we will dispose of our well selected stock of
Ladies, Gentlemen's, Misses and Youths'
BOOTS, S ROES, &a., at a sn;all advance
on cost for the pu.rpose of Iefraying posi
There is nio dicouit on this, we
Cannot Live by Selling at
and a GENEROUs PUBLIC does in EX
Bu: nev we
Will Sell at a small Advnce for
ABRAMS & METTS.
Jute 1-, 25-tf.
South Carolina Railroad.
CuARLSTON, June 1, 1872.
EXCURSION TICKETS to Greenviile,
Anderson and Walh:lla have been put o!
sale To-DAY, and wijl cortinue on sale unti!
Good to return until 1st November.
Price to Greenville and Return l7 A.
Priee to Andersog- an! Return 71G 7o.
Price to Walhalla and Return 19 80.
Excursion Tickets also ou sah- to CmioOa
Springs (G.j-price $24.
Baggage checked though.
S. B. PICKENS,. A. L. TYLER,
G. T. A. Vice-President.
June 16, 25-tf.
LOU1ECE & 11"EELEW
Will dispose of their entire stock of
Spring & Summer
AT C ST
June 12, 24-tf.
THOSE indebted to us must positively
make sonic orrangements to pay us very
soon, or we will be obliged to leave our Ac
cjnts in the hands of an officer for coliec
I tion. We can make no exceptior, in case
of anybody. MOTTE & TARRANT.
June 26-, 20-tt.
NEW STOCK---LOW PRICES.
J. A. MARTIN,
Formerly Martin & IIardy,
Respectfully calls attention to his stock
of choice GROCERIES, consisting of
Together with a general variety of such
goods as are usually kept in a well appoint
ed FAMILY GROCERY STORE.
FRESH CORN MEAL, ground both by
water and steam mills, kept consttn'tly on
The quality- of Kerosine Oil sold at this
store is of the best, and is branded 110, and
is beyond any chance of explVoi.
All packages under 160 pounds weight,
delivered free of charge in thc incorporate
J. A. MARTiN.
May -29, 22-3m.
MBi EIo@BB aRd CliId[B
At the Store of
l'NDER THE~ NEWBlERRY 11oTELr,
To help clear Out his large stock of goods,
Graniteville Homnespuns at Factory prices,
These goods were bought to be sold,
must be cold, and will1 be sold
tClli [FiR TiE 0% !il
I mean juist what I say.
Call and examine and no charge will be
made for showing.
The Highest Price Paid for
1P SEED by.iail.
Ti:e finest Table and Field vsrietieL; per
Ounce., c: j lb. C; 1 1b. $1. poFtpaid to any
addresz. EDW'D J. EVANS & CO I..
July 24. rj-tf. YoX. PA.
Is called to the following liw- or BAR
R. C, SHIVER & C0S
Dress Goods at Cost.
50e. Piques at 25c. per yd.
ikood Linen Towels at 10.,
.12e, 163c. and 2;5).
The best 12kc. Linen Hand
kerchiefs in the State.
Millinery at Cost.
The fmest line of Boots &
Shoes ever shown in New
P. I. DA1ivE1 JN J. I. DAIS.
J-Ne 1V, 125-tf.
P; 111" & R, -so ClICh
(At Stewart's Ol1 Corner.)
ITAVE JUST RECEIVED and OFFER
At Lowest Cash Prices
I large and varied stock of
SP-RING, A_ND (DIR ooDSi;.
Dress Goods: Grenadines, Jzpanese, Le
noz, Poplins, Piques.
Notions: Gloves, Hosiery, Cuffs, Collars,
Best brand cf Calivo at 12e.
Choice lot of Shoes, warranted.
Parasols, of all colors and sizes.
Cassimeres, Linen, Cottonades, Iats.
Boots, Shoes, Cravats.
Pens, Ink, Paper, Envelopes, Pencils.
Pocket Knires, Knives and Forks, Razors,
1Hocs, Nails. Hatchets, Hammers, Locks,
Bells, Rakes, Axes, Coffroe Mills, 5auce
Pans, Tea Kettles, Frying Pans, Smoothing
Factory Threid by Wholesale and Retail.
LUie, Kerosene, Co e, Sugar, Molasses,
Yeast Powders, Coneentrated Lye.
Wagon Harness, Saddles, Bridlies, Whips,
Collars, Trace Ch.ins, H11ames, Leatiir.
Tubs, B:celits, (7:urns, Meas;res, B ooms,
Will duplicate any bill this side of Charles
P. W. CHICK. R. S. CHICK.
Apr. 24, 17-tt.
Let us Have Peace,
BUT KEE FUll!
WHICH you can by calling and buying
some FC'LTON MARKET BEEF and fine
PICKLED SALMON, and SUGAR C (RED
.Also, on Consignment, TEN BALES OF
Next to Messrs. McFall & Pool, on the
May 22, 21-tf. Fifth Avcnue.
CLO(KS AD JEHI LRY
I WXOU.LD respectfully inform thi~ecitizens
of Newberry and surrounding Counties, th at
I have just opened at my JEWELRY
STORE, a fine assortment of
SILVER .AND PLATED WARE,
Masonie, Odd Fellow and Temperance
Of all kin-la and prices.
UAIR JEWELRY of all descriptions
male to order.4
Call and examnine my stock as I consider
it. no trouble to show.
All goods warranted as represented.
All work in my~ linc done with neatness
JOHN F. SPECK,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
A pr. 17, 16-tf.
299 M1iIT QUIlTS,
June 19, 25-tf.
"Don't grind your seed corn," neither
your Seed Wheat, but be sure to gpind all
of your Wheat excepting the seed. And if
ground at Blease & Co.'s Mills the value
will be enhanced one hundred per cent.
Those wishing to grind certain days or
iihlts will please make it known at the
Mills. H ENRY H., BPLEASE & CO.
June 12, 24-tf.
DR. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DR UG GIST,
NO. 11 MEETING STREET, f
CHARLESTON, S. C.
NEW BERRY IHERALD
AVE repectf il y Cali the attention of our
citizeI ar:l those in adjoining towns to ou
JOB AND CARD
^omprise the most desirable to be found in
L-y CUNTRY JOB and
Ud we have other material, em*oraciig a
arge variety of
Plain and Fancy Type,
SUITAB~LE FOR TIHE PRINTING OF
Printed in desirable etyles. besides
~a|| and 'NeddiD[ Iolilalion8,
School and Town Reports,
30NCERT, AUCTION and POST
BILLS OF ALL KINDS.
tently printed at this oficee, upon rulod pa
ier of any size.
[HE NEWBERRY HERALD
IS ISSUED WEEKLY,
i.T $3 IN ADVANCE,
Five Copies...............12 50
Ten Copies...............22 50
And one to getter up of Club.
$1.50 for each square of one inch space,
>r first insertion, and $1 for subsequent,
or one month or less.
For a longer time proportionately less.
Liberal contracts made for the year.
A few zentlemen can find BOARD BY
THE MONTHl with
Mar. (, 1i-tr A. W. T. SIMMONS.
GRWOLD COTTON GIN!!
J. M. MATHEWS,
NINETY-SIX, S. C.
Who 1 nlo agefni for Tl1F TAYLOR
and THE BROWN GINS, three of the best
m market, al of which he warrant- to pc-r
ormt n. ~in evvry p:irtiu.i-, nd to git.
eeneral sati-faction. References ajid cer
t;ficates furnished on application.
Orders solicited, and zhould be sent ia
Repairing faithf.1,uly donet. July:3,27-6t.i
WE ARE NOW SUP
For the S;iing and Simmer, with clch a,
StocI: of ytj : .- l Yath's L.O mNG,
;: only 1,oY h.v.au been purchase.1
And Can fit out in any s;yle of make or va
rety of I
ONE TO TWO THOUS
Men and hoy.. 1-;r Stock of Furnishing
Goods, noots, Shoes, Ha.t, Shirts, Cravats,
Truiiis, Vaii,es, &c., b,ides the !large as
iortmnL of Cothing abx;e mentioned, we
TO BE DISTRIBUTED
All over the country, and to effect so desi
rble an o!Joct, offer n.An.ts
TO THOSE IN NEED
Of anything in our line, and before the as
ortmen. is broken, it is best to
At our Clothing Emporiund
What yon want. We warrant goods, guar
autee fow prices, and feel satisfied that all
can be PrIT) fo
At the store of
WRIGHT & COPPOCK,
May 1, 18-tf.
0 , COR, CO
Just receired a fine lot of White CORN, f
CHEAP FOR CASH. i
SUGAR and COFFEE,
BOOTS and SHOES.t
All of above Goods will be sold at BAR. I
1 AINS, as we don't intend to be UNDER
1. INGIEfON &O,
All persons in search of BARGAINS are
respetfully solicited to call and examinet
SIN GLETO'S STOCK bcfore purchasing.
Mar. 27, J 0-tf.
P. S.CO TT.
FURNISHINC COODS. I
Spring and Summer Styles, 1872.
Dress Suits, Stylish Business Suits, Hasts
latest styles. -A superior line of Shirts,
warranted of best material and workman
ship. Fashionable Scarfs and Neck Ties.
Fine Cloths aind Gassimneres in the Piece or
by the Pattern, &c.
Persons desiring to purchase to advan
tage would find it to their interest to favor
me with a call. P. SCOTT.
Mar. 20, 12-tf.
WH.Y WIL L YOU
RUIN YOUR EYESIGHT
BY USING COMMON GLASSES,
When you can purchase
LAZARUS & MORRIS'
SPECTACL.ES & EYE GLASSES,
The Best in the World. t
They are recommended for PuRITY oi MA
TERIAL, BRILLIANCT OF FINISn and their
STRENGTHIENING POWERS, in which they
excel all others. They last many years with- I
For sale in this locality only by
JOHN F. SPElCK,
NEWBERRY. S. C.
10 00URTLANDT ST., NEW YORK- r
HARTFORD, C0NN., and
SHFFIELD, ENGLAND- '
CATUN.----NVe lieer SipyO'Ci|V205
May 22, '72-21-tf. Sl~Yo n~Q eks
"WHERE TO SPEND THlE SUJMIEE!"
GLENN'S SPRING HOTEL,
SPARTANBURG;, S. C.
THIS celebrated WATERING PLACE
will be open for visitors the 10th day of
Jn.The medicinal qualities of this Wa
ter are not excelled, and f'rom the numerous
wonderful cures that have been effected by
the use of this Water, I am satisfied that
this is the place for all whose condition can
be improved by the salubrious character of
any Water. i
ROOMS large and pleasant. Good and
attentive servants. TABLE supplied withi
the best the market affords. Fancy Ballsi
during the summer. Ten Pin Alley, Bil
liard and Bagatelle Tables, for the amuse
ment of guests. Charges per day, $2.50;
per week, $13.00; per month, S35,00.
iCottages to rent at $25.o00 and 50.00 per r
season. flacks daily from Jonesville, after I
the 25th June.
-W. D. FOWLER,
Junne 10, 2-if Propri-tor.
Charleston, S. C.
G. T. ALFORD & CO., Proprietors.
R. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
NEW SPRE G STOCK
And well selected
C. F. JACKSON'S,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
N[v goods are all season.->le, and selected
wit;h great care from the bti stocks in the
Ntiw-ri, ma:kets aio will b! SOI.D LOW.
ER than ever before. Vi-itors to 2olumbia
will do well to examine mv stock befiore
Orders prouptly attended to
C. F. JACKSON.
Mar. 27, 13-t -43.
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, &C.
Just received a full line of Ladies' and
7ent's GOLD WATCHES, Diamond Rings,
ins, in various styles, Bracelets, Chains,
ke. I am going to sell the goods.
Mar. 13, 11-tf Columbia, S. 0.
Of the best English makers, Breeel and
Riuzzle Loading. Parlor Rifles; Ball and
shot Cartridges for Parlor Rifles.
Mar. 13, 11-tf Columbia, S. C.
Mrs. Ann Whaley respectfully informs the
'adies that she has just received a pretty
tock of Fresh and Elegant Spring Goods, to
vhich she invites their attention.
April 10, 15-tf.
All goodj SOLD BY US will be delivered
ree of Drayage to any one in Town, or any
in 2 miles of the Court House, and at
he Depot. Also to any one at He!,aa;
nd we guarantee to sell goods as cheap as
ny other house.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
May 31, 22-tf.
I have now in store a large and elegant
ssortment of MILITARY GOODS, em
racing Hats, Cap?, Epaulettes, Swords,
elts, Buckles, Sashes, Buttons, Plumes,
:c. Companies furnished on reasonable
ermns. WILLIAM GLAZE,
Mar. 13, 11-tf Columbia, S. C.
WE are prepared to grind from one to
ne hundred and fifty bushels Corn perlday,
nd will furnish free transportation of their
rain to and from our mill for our patrons
ree of charge.
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
A pr. 17, 16-tf.
Fant's Liver Regulator.
One of the best preparations now before
lie public. Hundreds of testimonials can be
hown of its efficacy. Prepared after the
rost appro.ved formula, especially for this
limate, and sold by
Feb. 7, 6-tf. DR. S. F. FANT.
THE subscribers respectfully inform the
itizens of Ne wberry and surrounding coun
ry, that they have entered into a partner
hig in the
ranning and Mill Business,
Harness and Saddles,
And the sale of
hggies, Carriages, and Saddle
and Harness Hardware,
Wholesale and Retail.
Strict attention will be paid to business,
nd a fine stock constantly kept on hand.
An examination of our stock is solicited.
HTBB, JONES & PRKER,
EH. wEaB. |L. 3. JoNES. |W. C. PARKER.
A pr. 3, 14-tf.
Laurensville Herald please copy.
iodh 8bvo WIoolen Mill,
L AURENS CO., S. C., May 14, 1S'72.
THANKING our patrons for generous
iatronage extended to us in the past, we
gain announce that we are prepared to do
1l work entrusted to us promptly and well.
'erms for Roll Carding, 121c. per lb., (oil
acluded.) Making Jeans, 30 to 35c. per
ard. Cassimnere, 60 to 65c. per yard.
ilankets, $2.00 to $2.25, the customer find
ag tie wool Otl.er work as heretofore.
We give the highest market rates for
Vool in exchange for the products of our
B. J. Ramage, Esq., is our Agent at New
crry. A. C. FULLER & CO.
May 22, 21-tf.
STO YOUNG MEN.
ust Published in a Sealed Envelope. Price
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment and
adical cure of Spermatorrbma, or Seminal
Yeakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual
)ebility, and Impediments to Marriage gene.
ally; Nervousness, Consumption, Epilepsy,
nd Firs; Mental and Physical Incapacity,
esuhing from Self-Abuse, &c.-By ROBERT
.CULVERWELL, M1. D., Author of the
Green Book," &c.
The world-renowned author, in this ad.
iirable lecture, clearly proves from his own
xperience that the awful consequences of
,elfAbuse may be effectually removed with.
ut medicines, and without dangerous sur
'ical operations, bougies, instruments, rings,
r cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at
nee certain and effectual by which every
fferer, no matter what his condition may
e, may cure himself cheaply, privately and
adically. THIS LECTURE WILL PROVE
BOON TO THOUSANDS AND T HOUS
Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain
eled envelope, on the receipt of six cents,
r two postage stamps. Also Dr. Cntver
tell's "Marriage Guide," price 50 cents.
Address the publishers,
CHIAS. J.~C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Blowery, New York.
Post Office Box 4,556. A pr. 24, 17-1y.
Nomination for Sheriff.
J. Ed. Peterson is respectfully nominated
v his many friends for the Sheriffalty of
is County, at the ensuing election. We
eem him a most suitable person for this
2portant office. NEWBERRY.
The friends of ALLEN ABERNATHY,
espectfully announce him as a candidate
or County Commissioner at the ensuing
lection in October next.
;;THE C'REAT- 8 LO0D .PlJ'R tF1E R.
Possessing powerful invigorating
These Bitters are positive.ly invaluable in
They purify the system, and will euro
Remittent and Intermittent Fevers,
MINER1 M l SAnLM
and are a preventive of Chills and Fever.
All yield to their powerful efMicacy.
Are an antidote to change of Water and Diet.
THEWLLRETO6 YiUTHF VI C
to the wasted frame, and correct all
Will save days of suffering to the siek and
CURES NE E L P
The grand Panacea for all the ills of life.
The~ Standail .0., M51M~&N
BITTERS -64U PRMMT 3
or Single, these Bitters are Un
Sgualle and have ofe beenth
means of saving life.
ov. 8, '71-45-1y.
THOMPSON & JONES,
(Graduates of the Pennsylvania College of
Office over McF.l1 I Pool's Store.
Our patientg receive the benefit of all the
la:est improvements in the profession.
Special attention given to correction of Ir
regularities in Children's Teeth.
The patronage of the public is respectfully
solicited. Terms very moderate.
J. R. THOMPSON, D.D.S.
E. C. JONES, D.D.S.
Apr. 3, '72-11-tf.
Having recently purchased in the best
markets in the States, with
Cash and with Great
A large stock of HF.AVY and FAMILY GRO
CElIlES, embracing every article usually
found in our line, we respectfully invite our
fileuds and the public generally, to
EXAMIN E THEM
Before they make their purchases; as we are
Sell as Low for Cash
As such articles can he sold in this or any
other interior market.
We are offering our
BAGGING and IRON TIES,
Of superior quality at
VERY REDUCED RATES,
And w.i -keep constantly on hand a supply
'i the same. We also keep on haud
ALL THE TIME,
Several of the best and
Most Popular FER
Known to the public, which we propose to
sell at low as any of equal value. We will
also purchase all kinds of
PRODUCE at the HIGH
EST MARKET PRICES,
And sell any kind of produce or goods con
signed to us on the most reasonable terms,
and to the best advantage.
Our goods are now arriving, and we have
made such arrangements as will enable us to
replenish our stock from time to time as we
may find necessary, on the most advanta
We shall endeavor to merit the confidence,
and hope to receive the patronage which has
heretofore characterized our business rela
tions with the trading public.
R. MOOMAN & CO.
Sep. 27, 39--tf.
BEFORE DECIDING WIIERE
EDUCATE YOUR DAUGHTERS,
Inquire into the Merits
WILLIAMSTON, S. C.
The FA LL SESSION, 1872, will open on
MONDAY, JULY 1st.4
P.ATES PEP. SESSION OF 20 WEEKS.
Board, including fuel, washing and
lights .... ...................70 00
Tuition in Reguilar College Course.. 15 00
Instrumental Music........... ...20 00
Vocal Music, no charge.
Pupils in debicate health derive great
benefit fromi our healthy climate an.d Mine
For a Circular, apply to
REV. SAMUEL LANDER, A. M.,
May 15, 20-tf.* President.
- Bush. GRIST.
For sale by D. MOWER.
Apr. 26, li-tf.
Blessed is He Who Gives the
People Cheap Foode
1,000 lbs. HA MS at 12jc. per lb.
Fine lot fresh sugar-curcd Blacont Strips.
The long expected Smoked Beef Tongues ]
Next to Mesers. McFall & Pool'i on the
Junne 12,->t- Wirh A dlenn.
S& W, C, SWAMFELD's
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE largest Stock we hare ever offered
to the public.
You are sure to lose money if you buy
Or anything a Gentleman wears, .without
first giving us a call.
French Cassimeres & CIoths
For our Custom Trade.
DEALERS SUPPLIED at the
Apr. 17, 16-tf.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE EXCHANGE HOUSE bas been re
'urnished, and is again open for the accom
nodation of the public.
TRAVELERS AND BOARDERS
Vill find pleasant and comfortable rooms,
LLL THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON.
;ervcd up in thoe best style.
ITEALS AT ALL HOURS AT THE
P. HAMILTON JOYNER,
May S, 15-tf PROPRIETOR.
10,0(0 pounds washed or unwashed Wool
ranted at the store of
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
Apr. 17, 16-tf.
Laurensville Herald pleas-' copy.
TWO HUNDRED CORDS TAN BARK
VA.NTED at our.Tannery, at Newberry, S.
I.WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
Apr. 17, 1G-tf.
Laurensville Herald please copy.
TOUR INT E RE ST,
GET THE BEST!
MY line of WATCHES is now fall and
mmtplete, and the public may depend on
retting the best at the lowest possible fig
ires, as my facilities ame such that I defy
:ompetition from any market.
I have also in store and constantly arriving
ill the newest styles of Ladies' Sets, in Dia
pond, Coral, Cameo, Etruscan, Gold, Jet,
te.; elegant designs in Chains, Braeelets,
2harmis, Lockets, &c.; the latest and most
>eantiful patterns in solid Silver and heavy
?lated Ware-Goods suited for bridal, holi
lay and other presentations.
Repairing in all branches, by the best work.
nen and at reasonable rates.
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Jan. 10, 2-tf39 Columbia Hotel Row.
ALL parties liable for taxes un
Ler the General Ordinances of the Town, are
iereby notinecd that the same must be paid
luring the present week. By order of the
0. L. SCHUMPE.RT,
April 23d, ''72. Clerk & Treas.
1.00 Pieces New Style
50 Pieces Poplins.
New and Desirable
Nov. 22, 47--tf.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND PCUNDS
HIDES, for which the highest market price
rill be paid'at our store.
Apr. 17, 16-tf.
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