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IS horeby given that application will be
m iee to the next Legilature for charter of
inccrp ration for Beth Eden Church, New- ;n
b,-riy County. H. H. FOLK, su
Sep. 4, 36-3m. For Church Council.
ALL persons having claims against the th'
Estate of Duane Mower, will present them
to the undersigued, properly attested, on
or before the first day of December next,
and those owring said Estate will be requir- X
ed to make immediate payment or else pro
ceedings will be begui to compel such pay
ment. CYNTHIA MOWER,
Newberry C. ff., Sep. 2. 1872-36-3t.
Due West Female Col
SEND ITS YOUR DAUGHTERS. gi
THE next Session opens Oct. 7th. Only wi
the very best teachers are employed. Fc
Boarding, including washing and fuel, so
and Tuition one year, 5184 50.
Over 100 pupils are present annually.
Tie President will be at the .Nickerson
Ho-ise, Columbia, Friday night the 4th Oct.,
and will take charge of pupils on G. & C. R.
R., Saturday the 5th. ye
Send for a Catalogue. ed
J. I. BONNER, President. sh
Sep. 4, S6-2m. p.
AND FRESH FISH.
AND FRESH FISH.
AND FRESH FISH.
DO2PT FORGET. A
Sep. 4, 1t L. R. MARSHALL.
IFR, . A.,: Principal.
-,NIE LEAVELL,: Assistant.
WERBER, : usical Dep't.
1E Exercises of the above School will
sumed on WEDNESDAY, 25th SEP
.ER, 1872. th
itiou from 12.50 to $4.50 per month. an
. Incidental Fees.
Pupils will be charged from date of en- de
trance to the end of the Session. No rc- -
duction except in cases of protracted ill
For particulars, &c., apply to
S. P. BOOZER, Esq., Sec. B'd. es
COL. S. FAIR, Pres't. wi
Sep. 4, 36-tf. su
OPENINC EXERCISES Oc
Newberry Male leademy, M
THE Exercises of Newberry Male Acad- ct
emy wilL be resumed on Monday, 16th of tr
Sepetember inst., under the direction of Mr.
W. II. Brooks, recectly of Salisbury, N. C.,
Mr. Brooks is a graduate of North Caro.
lina University, has eight years experience
in teaching, and co:mes to us very highly
Competent Assistants will be employed
as the necessities of the School require.
Tuition for the balance of this year at.
82.50 to $5.00 per month, according to ad
vancement of scholars.
Board can be obtained in private families
at reasonable rates.
For further particulars address,
COL. S. FAIR,
President of Board Trusttes.
or, S. P. BOOZER,
Sep. 4, 36-3t Sec'y and Treas.
Bowden and Tappaha
noc Seed Wheat. I
1,500 Bushels of prime Seed Wheat, of
the best improved and most popular varie- op
ie in East Tennessee, to arrive in a few
days; samples of which may be seen at our gl
More in front of the Court iTouse. W
Alao, a large and varied stock of pa
HEAVY AND FAMilY th
arriiing constantly, which we propose to S
Sell Low for Cash- in
of different kinds andfi
Iron Ties at Reduced Rates.
of the highest reputation, which we wills
sell as LOW as any of equal standing and te<
* We will also purchas- all kinds of un
PRODUCE at the HIGH- ha
EST MARKET PRICES, *h
And sell any kind of produce or goods con
signed to us on the most reasonable terms,
and to the best advantage.
We respectfully invite all who are seek- dr
;ng supplies in our line, to call and exam
ine our stock before making their pur.
chases, as we intend to
SELL AS LOW FOR CASH
as such goods can be sold in the interior
markets of this State. l
And as we shall endeavor to merit the l
confidence, we hope to receive the support
and patronage of the trading public. de
R. MOORMAN & (JO.
Sep. 4, 36-tf.j
GRID TOIRN MENT.
A TOURNAMENT wili come off at
SMYRNA ACADEilY, six miles above 0
Newberry, on the 19th September.
Knights wishing to ride will please give
in their names to the undersigned managers,
(to whom all wishing information wIll ap
ply,)two weeks before the Tournament comes e:
The following are the prizes :
ONE FINE SADDLE. -
ONE PAIR FINE BOOTS.I
ONE FINE BRIDLE.
ONE PAIR FINE SPURS.
A Bar-becue will be furnished. Tickets, o
Tte Newberry Silver Cornet Band will w
ALBERT C. SLIGHf, ni
J. C. CLARY. 11
immons' Hepatic Compou
For all Derangements of the Liver.
This is an improvement upon the original r
liquid form, already prepared for immedia)
ring proper proportion of each valuable ing
[t Is mid and gentle in its action. It remov
d strength to the whole frame. It give
iking and drooping body to healthand strei
ds and never found wanting. Under its iti
. eye its lustre, the brain its power. It will
.ssing to those who suffer.
fry it for yourselves and you will recommet
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS A
[NG & ROSBEROUGH, DC
kug. 28, 35-3m.
I would respectfully say to the citizensof
berry, that I propose organzng a mu
a! class, of ladies or gentlemen. I will
re inttruc!ion on any instrument, and
rrant satisfaction or make no charge.
r further particulars apply to me in per
n. S. A. OLLEVER.
Aug. 28, 35-2t.
An Estray Mule,
A mouse colored mare Mule, about 17
irs old, about 14 hands high, and brand
on left. jaw with a cross and on left
oulder with a large D, has been at my
tee, 10 miles West of Newberry Court
>se, about a month. The owner of the
imal will prove property, pay expenses
d take her away.
Aug. 28, 35-2t DENNIS LARK.
lillinery and Straw Goods,
hite Goods, Embroideries, &c.
RMSTRONG, CATOR & C0,,
Importers, Manufacturers and Jobbers
=net, Trimming, Neck and Sash Ribbons,
relvet Ribbons, Neck Ties, Bonnet Silks,
atins, Velvets and Crapes, Flowers,
Feathers, 9rnaments, Frames, &e.
-aw Bonnets and Ladies and Children's Hats,
TRMMED AND USTrINXED.
AND IN CONECTING WAREMOOMS
hite Goods, Linens, Embroideries,
.aces, Nets, Collars, Betts, Hdkerchief,
Veiling, Head Nets, &c., &c.
Nos. 237 and 239 Baltimore Street,
rhese goods are manufactured by us or
ught for Cash directly from the European
d American Manufacturers, embracing all
latest novelties, unequalled in variety
d cheapness in any market.
)rders filled with care, promptness and
spatch. Aug. 28, 3.5-3m.*
ALL persons having demands against the
:te of George A. Dominick, deceased,
11 render them in properly attested to the
bscriber at her residence, or to her attor
ys, Messrs. Fair, Pope & Pope, at New
rrv, S. C., on or before the 1st day of
tober next, or else they will be barred
vmient. And upon the second day of Oc
ber next, the subscriber will make settle
mt on said estate in the Probate Court
Newberry County, and apply to said
urt for Letters flismissory as Adminis
itrix of said estate.
NANCY DOMINICK, Administratrix
of Estate of Geo. A. Dominiek, dec'd.
Aug. 28, 35-55.
ewberry Insurance Agency.
FIRE AND UIFE INSURANCE
on all approved plans in the
ERY BEST COMPANIES,
Losses Promptly Paid.
WM. F. NANCE,
Aug. 14, 33-im. Agent.
Stauton Female Seminary.
THE third Session of this School will
en the First Wednesday in September.
Terms: For Board, Tuition in the En
sh and Scientific Course, including Latin,
ashing, Lights and Fuel, $2.50, to be
id in three equal instalments as follows:
i-third at the time of entrance, one-third
a 1st of Feb., and the remainder at the:
se of the term. Music, under one of the:
st instructors in the South, is $00, for in
ution and uwe of irstrumaent. All other
tra studies reasonable. In addit.ion to
subjoined testimonial of the Hon. Mr.
aart, of Staunton, we refer to the follow
r in South Carolina : Prof. A. P. Piler,
v. J. D. Shirey and 0. L. Schumpert, Esq.,
~werry. Prof. Smeltzer, Waihalla. Dr.
R. Rude, W. K. Bachman, Esq., and the
m of Duffie & Ohapman, Columbia.
(From Hon. A. H. H. Stuart.)
I cordially commend to pumblic favor and.
tronage, the excellent Female School now
operation in Staunton, under the direc
,n of Rev. J. I. Miller ar.d Rev. D. M.
Ibert, of the Lutheran Church. These
ntlemen and their associate Professors,
eadmirably adapted, by natural talent
d high intellectual culture, for their re
The system of instruction is well calcula
Sto develop the higher intellectual and
>ral faculties of the pupils. The discipline
ites firmness with parental kindness. I
zard nothing in saying, that parents and
ardians, who tnay entrust their daughters
wards to the care of the Principal of
is School, will find, from experience, that
y have acted wisely.
ALEX. H. H. STUART.
For Catalogue and further particulars, ad
ess, REV. J. I. MILLER, Prin..
Aug. 14, 33-1mn. Staunton, Va.
DR. C. W. ABNEY
Offers his services to the community at
age. Office opposite Col. Win. F. Nance's
sidence, next door above A. R. Church,
rmierly occupied by Dr. T. W. Thompson,
ceased. July 31, 31--tf.
IORRI COTTON GIN
STILL AHEAD OF ALL COMPETI
These GINS are WARRANTED to please
Price at Factory
$3.50 per Saw.
WOOD TURNING of every description
:ecuted with neatness and dispatch, by
July 24, 30-3m COLUM BI A, S. C
"Dont grind your seed corn," neither
yur Seed Wheat, but be sure to grind all
your Wheat excepting the seed. And if
round at Blease & Co.'s Mills the value
ll be enhanced one hundred per cent.
hose wishing to grind certain days or
ghts wil ple-ase make is known at the
lls. HENRY H. BLEASE & CO.
d, or Improved Liver Gun
Kidneys, Skin, Stomach* and Bowels.
Nceipt of A. Q. SjxxoNs, of Geor-ia, put
e use. thus saving time anti trouble, and i
es the bile from the system. It gives to
s the liver'a healthy character and restores t
igth. This medicine has been tried by thot
Lence the face will have the bloom of heault
invigorate the feeble, and prove the greate
d it to your friends.
D DEALERS EVERYWHERE.
WIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
CWAUESTON, S. C.
LOVELICE & EELEI
Wiil dispose of their entire stock of
Spring & Summe
June 12, 24-tf.
THOSE indebted to us must positive
make some arrangemtnts to pay us vei
soon, or we will be obliged to leave our A
counts in the hands of an officer for colle
tion. We can make no exception in ca!
of anybody. MOTTE & TARRANT.
June 26, 20-tf.
Men, WROMOR and Childre
At the Store of
UNDER THE NEWBERRY HOTEL,
To help char out his large stock of good
Granite'.ille Homespuns at Factory price
These goods were bought to be soli
must be sold, and will be sold
CHIER FOR1 THlE (SH
I mean just what I say.
Call and examtine and no charge will b
made for showing.
The Highest Price Paid fo:
June 5, 23-tf.
ASSETS - - $1,100,000
HON. JEFFERSON DAVIS,
GEN. WADE HAMPTON, Vie
President, and Superintendant of
J. D. KENNEDY, State Agent.
J. F. GLENN, Agent Newberry C(
Among its Directors are some of th
first business men of the countrn
We guarantee honesty of mangemnen
i. e. speedy setlement of losses.
July 10, '72-28-y.
r. GOTTLISB FISCH'S BIT TEE
feb Fisch, of dermany, I
aliVtal Frce, or Heat~
as derived from the Forc
System to liberate an
ceae Appetite c,Fo
Dyspepsa. with its resul1
lgDbility and lac
-o aeConstiaton a
Biioane m lPosble; r
can tide over bad results4
deans fen unxp
and Ene~y Ladies ind
and all e maciated at
weak after sickness. Wi
(n. '.a. rapidly strengthen t
usng this great preparation.
"WAR & Scs3rrz. Philaelphia Propriett
DOWIE, MIOISE & DAVIS. Agcots, Charli
ton, S. C. Nov. 1,'71-44-ly. e.o.w.
Nomination for Sheriff.
J. Ed. Peterson is respectfully nominati
.) his many friends for the Sheriffaity
Lhis County, at the ensumng election. Y
deem him a most suitable person for td
important office. NEWBERRY.
The friends of ALLEN ABERNATIH
respectfully announce him as . candida
for County Commissioner at the ensuii
election in October next.
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY,
I WOULD respectfully :,forn the citizens
ie of Newberry and surrour.tding Counties, tha:
I have just opened at mv JEWELRY
h STORE, a ffir assortment of
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
'Masonie, Odd Fellow and Temperance
Of all kind- and p ices.
HAIR JEWELRY of all descriptions
made to order.
Call and wi:w my sock I co-sider
i" no troublo to how.
Al good. 1a ::ent.i a- rep.eT' -1.
Al. work i:In! m li:.: t:one with rvatness
JOHN F. SPECK,
NEWBERRY S. C.
Amr. 17. 1-f
NOT AT OST!
But at a Voij SIall Pofit!!!
Owin2 to the dist:trbcd condition of the
timles, many are willina to make sacritces,
y even to a disposal oi goods at cost, from
Y the taxes, stringiney of th! money tmarket,
nd general dullness, &e., but this we can
not do, and now that we are in want of
nso!ey, ne are determined to announce that
we wili dispose of our well selected stock of
Ladies, Gentlenen's, Misses and Youths'
- BOOTS, Sl)E:, ke., at a ;aiail advance
on cost for the purpose of defraying posi
There is no discount on this, we
Cannot Live by Selling at
and a GENEROUS PUBLIC does not EX
But believe us we
Will Sell at a small Advance for
ABRAMS & METTS.
June 19, 25-tf.
Let us Have Peace,
BLT KE FUll!
WHICH you can by calling and buying
3 1ome FULTON MARKET BEEF and fine
PICKLED SALMON, and SUGAR CURED
Also, on Consignment, TEN BALES OF
Next to Messrs. McFall & Pool, on the
May 22, 21~-tf. Fifth Avenue.
hBlessed is He Who Gives the
People Cheap Food.
1,000 lbs. H AMS at 12te. per lb.
Fine lot fresh sugar-cured Bacon Strins.
The long expected Smioked Beef Tongues
H ARDY SOLOMON,
e Next to Messrs. McFall & Pool's on the
June 12, 24-tf Fifth Avenue.
WE are prepared to grind from one to
one hunidred and fift.y bushels Coin per day,
and will furnish free transportation of their
grain to and from our mill for our patrons
free of charge.
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
-Apr. 1.7, 16-tf.
Fant's Liver Regulator.
SOne of the best preparations now before
the public. Hundreds of testimonials can he
shown of its efficacy. Prepared after the
most approved formnula, especially for this
climate, and sold by
Feb. 7, 6-tf. DR. S. F. FANT.
All goods SOLD BY US will be delivered
free of Drayage to any one in Town, or any
one in 2 miles of the Court House, and at
the Depot. Also to any one at Hek-a
-and we guarantee to sell goo-is as cheap as
any other house.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
May 31, 22-tf.
Mrs. Ann Whaley respectfully- informs the
Ladies that she has just received a pretty
stock of Fresh and Eiegant Spring Goods, to
which she invites their attention.
April 10, 15-tf.
.DR. H. BAER,
e W HOLESA~LE AND RETAIL
DR UG GIST,
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
'May .3, 18-tf.
STHlE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
SLINA. COUNTY OF NEWBER
RIY.-COURT OF CO3DION
* Harriet Epting, Jacob Epting, Jasper N.
Epting, Samuel A. Epting, Fannie M.
s Counts and Polly C. Graham, Plaintiffs,
against Thomas L. Eptinug, Alice A. Ep
ting, Walton J. Eptiog, Hedessa A. Ep
s ting, Ida Epting, Emma Eptinig, Harriet
cEpting, William Epting and Melancthon
'Epting, Defendants.-Summnons.-For Re
r, To the Defendants Thomas L. Epting,
o P.a Epting, Emma Epting, Harriet Epting,
o William Epting and Melancthou Epting:
~You are hereby sumoned and required
to answer the complaint in this action,
jof which a copy is herewith served up
y ont you, and to serve a copy of your
answer to the said complaint on the
rs subscribers at their office' at Newberry
Court House, South Carolina, within twen
s-ty days afte-r the service hereof, exclusive
- Iof the day of such service; and if you fail
to answer the complaint within the* time
aforesaid, the plaintiffiin this action will ap
d ply to the Court for the relief demanded in
f the complaint.
eDated Newberriv, August 12, 1872.
is SUBER & CALDWELL,
-- Aug. 14, 03-6t.
eThe friends of BURREL HARRIS res
ig Ipectfully announces him as a candidate for
ICounty Comzmissioners at the next ensuing
A fow gentlemen can find DOARD BY
THE MONTH w:th
Mar. ', 1-tf A. W. T. SIMMONS.
WE ARE NOW SUP
For the Spring and Summer, Wit such a
Stock of Gentlemen's and Youth'S CLOTHING,
as only couid have been purchased
And can fit ot in any style of' make or va
riety of material
ONE TO TWO THOUS
Men and boys. Oar Stock of Furnishing
Goods, Boots, Pioes, ffits, Shir:s, Cravais,
Trunks, V;li.*s, &.., b-:ides the lar:e as
sortment of Clothing abrve mentiion-d, we
TO BE DISTRIBUTED
Ail over the country, and to effTCt so dsi
rable an object, o1.r 11RGAINS
TO THOSE IN NEED
Of anything in our iin., and ber:e the
sortraent is broken, it i: best to
At our Clothing Emporium
What von want. We warrant goo gar.
antee low pries, and feel satiieli that ali
can be Stm:E 'or
At the store of
May I1, 18-:
P. W. & R. 8. SCICK
(At Stewart's Old Corner.)
HAVE JUST RECEIVED and OFFER
At Lowest Cash Prices,
A large and varied stock of
SPRING AND SU3D IR ('GODS.
Dress Goods: Grenadines, Japanese, Le
nos, Poplins, Piques.
Notions:.Gloves, Hosiery, Guffs, Collars,
Best brand of Calico at 12Jc.
Choice lot of S.oes, warranted.
Parasols, of all colors and sizes.
Cassimeres, Linen, Cottonades, Hats,
Boots, Shoes, Cravats.
Pens, Ink, Paper, Envelopes, Pencils.
Pocket Knives, Knives and Forks, Razors,
Hoes, Nails, Hatchets, Hammers, Locks,
Bells, Rakes, Axes, Coffee Mills, Sauce
Pans, Tea Kettles, Frying Pans, Smooting
Factory Threid by Wholesale and Retail.
Lime, ~Kerosene, Coffee, Sugar, M!olasses,
Yeast Powders, Concentrated Lye.
Wagon Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips,
Collars, Trace Chains, Uaimes, Leather.
Tubs, Buckets, Churns, Measures, Brooms,
Will duplicate an-y bill this side of Ch&rles
P. W. CHICK. R. S. CHICK.
Apr. 4, 17-tt.
P. S C O TT.
Spring and Summer Styles, 1872.
Dress Suits, Stylish Business Sbits, Hats
latest styles. A superior line of Shirts,
warranted of best material and workman
ship. Fashionable Scarfs and Neck Ties.
Fine Cloths and Gassimeres in the P'iece or
by the Pattern, &c.
Persons desirin~g to purchase to advan
tage would iir.d it to their interest to favor
me with a call. 1P. SCOTT.
Mar. 20, 12-tf.
WHY WILL YOU
RUIN YOUR EYESIGHT
BY USING COMMON GLASSES,
When you can pnrchasc -
LAZARUS & MORRIS'
eELEflRATED) PE[lET tv.t
SPECTACLES & EYE GLASSES,
The Best in the World.
They are recommended for Punc R' OF MA
TERtIAL, UR!JLLIANcY OF FINisir and their
STRENGTI-.NNG PowERts, in which they
excel all others. They last many years with
For sale in this locality only bmy
JOHN F. SPECK,
NEWBEIRRY. S. C.
10 00URTLANDT ST., NEW YORK.
HARTFORD, CONN., and
0AUTIN----C llever Slljigii or elBjl Pedler.
May 22, '72-21--tf.
THE sub'ckibe-s respectfully inform the
citizens of Newberry and surroundinE coun
try, that they have entered into a partner
ship in the
Tanning and Mill Business,
The m.a.rufacture of
Harness and Saddles,
And thle sale of
Buggies, Carriages, and Saddle
and Harness Hardware,
Wholesale and Retail.
Strict attention will be paiid to business,
and a fine stock constantly kept on hand.
An exansination of our stock is sohecied.
T1EBB, JOH8~ & PIRFAR
w. H. wErn. L. r. Jos. w. C. PARNER.
A pr >, 14--tf
Laurensville Herald please copy.
Prime Red Oats.
300 BUSHELS GENUINE RED OATS
for sale by
W EBB, JONES & PARKER
July 17, 20-tf. -
0111 PR I1TIG
'- ~ A 7:
WE respectf'I:"y -all the ttention of our
ci.izens and those in adjoiningtowis to our
JOB AND CARD
Comprise the most desirabie to be found in
any COUNT11Y JOB and
And we have other mnteri:d, embracing *
large variety of
Plain and Fancy Type,
SUITARtLE FOR THE PRINTING OF
Printed in desirable styls, besides
School and Town Reports,
CONCER T, AUCTION and POST
BILLS OF ALL KINDS,
Neatly rprinted at this office, upon ruled pa
per of atny size.
THE NEWBERRY HERALD
IS ISfED W~EEKLUY,
AT $3 IN ADVANCE,
Fire Copies...............12 50
Ten Copies...............22 50
And one to getter up of Club.
$1. 50 for each square of one inch space,
for first insertion, and $1 for subsequent,
for one month or less.
For a lor.ger timne proportionately less.
Liberal contracts made for the year.
- S fy1, IS-tf.
Possessing powerful invigorating
These Bitters positively invaluable in
AMLI NEISASES&ERU 1
They purify the system, and will cure
Remittent and Intermittent Fevers,
N0 W O E C A I
and are a preventive of Chills and 7ever.
All yield to their powerful eflicacy.
Are an antidote to change of Water and Diet.
THEY W . 3 ES1RE1UT3F4C3
to the wasted frame, and correct all
3RR E LARIT F-.TRE1WEm.
Will save days of suffering to the sick, and
The grand Panacea for all the ills of life.
-.TY UR ,:.-GT L
\ PHSICUTS TM
The KalaR1 FO
Mmy1 In Young or O!d, Married
or Single, these Bitters are un
equalled and have often been the
means of saving life.
'' TRY.ONE BOTTLE.
Chr- o,S. C.
G. T. ALFORD & CO., Proprietors.
R. 11AMILTON, Superinteudent.
XW SPRING STOCK
Anld well selected
D R Y G O O D;S,
C. F. JACKSON'S,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
My goods are all seaonable, and selected
with great care from tie best stocks in the
Northern markers and wili b SOLD LOW
ER :hati ever before. Visitors to Golumbia
will do well to examine my stock before
Orders promptly attended to
C. F. JACKSON.
Mar. 27, 1-t -4.
T O YO UNG MEFN.
Just Published in a Scaled E.nvelope. Price
A L.eeture on the Nature, Treatment and
Radical eure of Spermatorrhoai, or Seminal
Weakness, Invol untary Emi~ssions, Sexual
Debility, and Imtpedimneu?s to Matrri:ize gece
rally; Nervousness, ('. :nmption,1 Eppy,
and Firs; Mental and P'hysical Incapneity.
resul:ing from Seif-Abuse. &c.-By ROBERT
J1. CU:LVERWEL.L, M. D., Author' of the
G(hen Book,' &e.
The world-renor;ned author, in this ad
miratie lee:uve, cleairly proves f'rom bic own
experience that the awfai consequences of
Self'-Abt;e ma'. be ezeeuallv remnoved with
out meldicinles,~nu withot~ dangerous sur
gical operations-, bougies, instruments, rings,
or cordials, pointing out a mode ot cure at
once certain and etlfectual by which every
sutierer, no matter what his condition nmay
be. imay cure himself cheaply, privately and
raically. THIS LECTURE WILL PROVE
A BOON TO THOUSAND)S AND TiiOUS
Sent under seal, to any add:re;s, in a plain
sealed envelope, Oil the recipt of six cents,
or two potC stamps. Alsoj Dr. Cuivcr
wels"Marri age Guide," price 50 cents.
Address the pubtilishers,
CiIAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
1'27 Bowery, New York.
Post Office Box 41,586. A pr. 24, 17-ly.
"WHERE TO SPEND THlE SUMMER!"
GLENNeS SPR1ING IhOTEL.
SPARTANBURG, S. C.
THIS ccelbrated WVATE RING PLACE
will be open :or visitors tile 10tth day of
.June. The mteicinal qua.lities of th is Wa.
ter are not excelled, and fromi the utnmerous
wonderful cures thatt have been eThected by
the use of this Water, I am esisfied thI~t
this is the place for all whose condition.c an
be improved by' the saiuorious character of
ROOMS large and pleasant. Good and
attentive servants. TABLE suutalied with
the best the market affords. Faner Balls
durinz thle suimmer. Ten Pin Alley, Bit.
liard and Bagatelle Tables, for the umuse
ment of guests. Ch.trges per day, $2. 50;
per week, $I13.00; per month, S35,00.
Cottages to rent at $25.00) and 50.00 per
seasoni. Hacks daily ironm Jonesville, after
thle 25th June.
W. D. FOWLER,
.June 19, 25-tf Proprietor.
L AUR ENS CO., S. C., May 14, 1872.
TIIAN.!ING our patronls for generous
patronage etded to us in the past, we
Cgainf announce that we are prepared to (10
all v.ork ent rusted to us promptiy and wel!.
Terms for Roll Carding, 1 22e per lb., (oil
included.) Making Jeucs, :30 to :35c. per
yard. C3assimeore, 60 to 115e. per yard.
P.hn.k ts, $2.in to $2.25, the customer find
in'z ti.e naool Other work as heretofore.
Wo giete .ihs market rates for
Wolin exchange for the products of our
B. J. Ramage, E'q., is our Agent at New
berry. A C. FULLER &CO.
May 22, 2-tf.
I have now in store a large and elegant
assornawnt of MILITARY GOODS, em
bracing Hiate, Caps, Epaulettes, Swords,
lits, Buckles, Sashes, Buttons, Plumes,
ke. Comlpanies furnished on reasonable
terms. WILLIAM GLAZE,
M.ar. 13, 11-tf Columbia, S. G.
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, &C.
Just recived a full line of Ladies' and
Gent's GoLD WATCHES, Dianmond Rings,
Pins, in various styles, Bracelets, Chains.
&c. I am going to sell the goods.
Mar. 13, 11l-tf Columbia, S. 0.
Of the best English makers, Blreech and
Muzzle Loading. P'arior Rifles; Ball and
Shot Cartridge.f.or- Parlor Rfifes.
Mar. 19, 11-ti' Columbia S. C.
F UR N'1S6H-,I N G
R, & E C, c ,j
(I DI L T. 1.11.f_
TiE hrgtst <o,. hamve ever ofered
to the public.
You are sure to l mo:-y yo.: buy
0r anytlig a G-entleman wvtr., without
istr ng us a call.
Frcach Cassimeres & Cloths
For our Custom Trade.
DEALERS SUPPLIED at the
Apr. 17, 10-tf.
10,000 pounds washed or unwashed Wool
wanted at the store of
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
Apr. 17, 16-tr.
Laurensville Herald please copy.
TWO HUNDRED GORDS TAN BARK
WANTED at our Tannery, at Newberry, S.
C. WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
A pr. 17, 1r)-t f.
Laurensville Herald please copy.
3IY line of W.ATCHE.S is now full and
complete, and the pubhic may decenud on
gettiug the best at the lowest~ possible fig
ures, as my facilities are such that I defy
cornpe:ition fromt any matrket.
I have also in store and constantly arriving _
all the newest styles of Ladies' Sets, in D)ia
roond, Coral, Catmeo, Etruscan, Gold, .Jet,
&c.; elegant designs in Chains, .Bracelets,
Charms, Lockets, &c.; the latest and most
beautiful patterns in solid Silver and heavy
Plated Ware-Good; suited for bridal, holi
day and other presentations.
Repairing in all branches, by the best work
men and at rea onaLble rates.
COLUIBIA, S. C..
Jan. 10, 2-f30 Zolumbia Hotel Row.
THOMPSON & JONES,
(Graduates of the Pennsylvania College of
Office over 3IcFall & Pool's Store.
Our patients receive the benefit of all the
latest improvements in the profession.
Special attention given to correction of Ir
regularities in Chilf:en's Teeth.
The patronage of the pubbec is respectfully
solicited. Terms verv moderate.
J. R. THOMPSON, D.D.S.
E. C. JONES, D.D.S.
A pr. 3, '72-14-tf.
100 Pieces New Style
50 Pieces Poplins.
New and Desirable
Nov. 22, 47--tf.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND P('UNDS
HIDES, for which the highest market price
will be paid at our store.
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
A pr. 17, lo-t f.
Laurensville Herald please copy.
- Bush. GRIST.
Apr. 26 17-tf.