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The lists of local newspapers, published b,
Geo. P. Rowell & Co., Advertising Agents
No. 41 Park Row, New York, offer great ad
vantages to those advertisers who wish to at
tract custom from the rural population amon
which the papers circulate. They are far
nisbed free to any address on receipt o
Dr. Tutt'a Sarsearilla & Quee's Delight
No remedy possesses so many valuab4
Medicinal Properties as this combination o:
Roots, Herbs and Barks. The Queen's De
light is acknowledged by physicians to b
the most powerful remedy known for Impur(
Blood. Liver Complaint, Nervousness, Fe
male Complaints, Constipation, Rheumatism,
Diseases of the Kidneys, Syphilitic Affec
tions, Skin Diseases, Chronic Complains
&c. But in this prepuration it is combined
with other vegetable products, which renderA
its virtues doubly valuable. Most disease.
have their origin in the blood, and as a Blood
Purifier the Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delighl
has no equal. It requires but a trial to con
vince the most sceptical.
For Female Complaints, whether i-i young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of wo
manhood or the tnrn of life, Dr. Tutt's Liver
Pills are an acknowledged remedy.
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye is the Best in the World.
FALL Q /ARTER AT
Reidville Female College,
Commences 15th September, and ends
last November. Tuition $10.
REr. THOS. WARD WHITE,
Sept. 11, 37-t President.
FISH FRESH FISII.
T1HURSDAY. LEMONS. SATURDAY.
FISH FRESH FISH
SATURDAY. LEMONS. THURSDAY.
L. R. MARSHALL.
Sep. 11, 37-1t.
LIATHOB~ OF 'STONEWVALLI JACKSON.
A magnificent 14 x 18 inch Engravina, re
presenting the death-scene of Gen. Jackson.
fhe officers are grouped sorrowfully around
his death-bed. In the distance is to be seen
he encamping army, the weary sentinel on
his beat, and many other things which make
his picture a gem of art; one which should
-Ig in the parlor of every Southern home.
t by mail, mounted on a roller and post
d, on receipt of 20 cents, or 3 for 50 cents.
ress, J. C. & W. M. BURRO W,
7 Agents wanted everywhere to sell our
palar Pictures and rake subscriptions for
our Magazine. From $5 to $10 per day can
be made. Send for Circulars.
Sep. 11, 37-1t.
The undersigned, being engaged in pre
paring the Memoirs of the late REV DR.
JAMES H. THORNWELL-to be published
in connection with his works now issuing
from the press-respectfully and earnestly
requests all persons having in their posses
sion letters from his pen, or any other pa
pers illustrating his career, to forward the
same immediately to his address at New
All such papers will be preserved with
care, and will be returned to those who
may desire to retain them as memorials of
past friendship. BENsMIs Mi. PirM:a,
Sep. 11, 37-2t. New Orleans, La.
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
Daily. Sundays excepted, connecting with
NhtTrains on South Carolina Railroad, up
addown, also with Traine going North and
South on Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Itailroad, and Wilmington, Columbia and Au
Leave Columbia................... 7.15 a m
--Alston....................9.05 a m
" Newberry.................10.40 a m
" Cokesbury................2.00 p m
" Belton....................3.50 p m
Arrhi-e Greenville................5.30 p m
Leave Greenville.................7.3) a m
"Belton....................9.30 a m
" Cokesbury...................11 15 a m
"Abbeville.... .............8.15 a m
"Newberry..................2.30 p m
"Alston...................... 420p m
Arrive Columbia.................. 6.00 p m
ANDEsON BRA CH AND BLUE RWDoE DIVIsIo!(.
Leave Walhalla at. ...............5.45 a m
" Perryville.............. 625a m
" Pendleton....................... 7.10 a m
" Anderson ..................8 10 a m
Arrive at Belton..................... 9.00 a m
C.onnecting with down train from Granvulille.
Leave Belton at........................ 3.50 p m
" Anderson ...................... 4.50 p m
" Pendleton. ............5.50 p m
" Perry ville.................. 6.35 p m
Arrive at Walhalla.................. 7 15 p m
Accommodation Trains run on Abbevilie
BranTch. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
-On Anderson Branch. between Belton and Au
derson, on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays.
THOS. DODAMEAD, Gen'i Supt.
JA BEZ NOEToNs, General Ticket Agent.
S p. 11, 37-tf.
MULST BE SOlD!
OUR LARGE STOCK OF
Gent'iumnishing Goods, c~
Must be sold to enable us to mal- e the
pr)po: e improvement in our store this fall.
rFRENCHB CASS1MERE PANTS
Will be made to order for $12.00-for
m arly $17.00-Genuiie.
AT COST OR LESS.
20 FER CENT. FROM FORMER PRICES.
R. & IW , SWIFIEIA,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
r SPECIAL NOT.E
To all Overseers or Public Roads Ir
YOU are hereby notified and required t<
r call out all able-bodied men in your respec
tive Townships who are liable to road duty
and, with them, proceed at once to putting
your Roads in good condition, or upon fail
ure so to do, subject yourselves to the Pen.
alty of the Law.
By order Board County Commissioners.
JAMES W. HAYWARD,
Sep. 11, 37-st. Clerk.
Gur CARDINC MACHINES are in first
rate order, ant turning out the BEST
ROLLS at ONLY 10? cts. per lb. if oiled
if not, 2 cents extra. Our wagons will he
in Newberry once ev'ery two weeks, and
Wool left with Messrs. Mayes & Martin. will
be received, carded and returned FREE OF
CHARGE for transoortation. The contin
ued patronage of the citizens of Newberry
solicited, and satisfaction gua7 anteed.
R. S. & J. W. GOODGION.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By James G. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Adam Kibler, hath made
suit to me to grant him Letters of Adminis
tration, of the Estate and effects of Eliza
beth Kibler, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, to be and appear be.
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be held
at Newberry Court House, on the 25th day
of September next, after publication hereof,
at 11 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 9th day of September,
Anno Domini, 1872.
JAMES C. LEAHY, r. .. ,. C.
Sep. 1;, 37-2c.
Jane Mosier, Plaintiff, Fi Fa
William llatton,Defendant, S Execution.
BY virtue of an Execution to me direct
ed, in the above case, I will offer for sale,
at Newberry C. H., on Monday, the Seventh
day of October next ensuing, all that tract
of land lying and being situate in Newberrv
County, containing One Hundred and Seven
Acres, more or less, and bounded by lands
of George Feltman, lands formerly owned
by Geurge Turnipseed. and other lands of
Dr. Hatton, the property of Dr. Hatton.
Terms will be known on dwr of sale.
J. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Sep. 9, 1872-37-4t. t9.00.
FOR OCTOBER, 1872.
BY virtue of sundry Executions to me
directed, I will sell at public outcry, at the
store of Messrs. Motte & Tarrant, at 10
o'clock, A. M., on Monday, Oct. 7, 1872,
the following, to-wit :
The entire stock-in lots to suit-of
In fact everything usually kept in a first
class Drug Store.
J. J. CA RRINGTON, S. N. C.
Sept. 9, 18'72-37-4t. tl13.50.
The State of South Carolina, County
of Anderson.-In the Common
Lydia A. M. YanWyck, Surviving Plaintiff;
vs. Murv Maverick. Samuel Maverick,
Geo. M.~Maverick, Willie Maverick, Mary
B. Maverick, Albert Maverick, G. J. Hous
ton, E. A. M. Houston, Emily M. Wey
man, Josephine Bryan, Sam'l M. Thomp
son, and Thomsone, his wife, Defendants.
-Order for Sale of Land in Newberry
BY virtue of a Decretal Order of his
Honor Judge Orr, in the above stated case,
I will sell on Monday, the seventh day of
October, now next ensuing, all that tract of
land belonging to the Estate of the late
Sam'l Maverick, situate in the County of
Newberry, known as Tract No. 1, on
branches of Camping and Critms Creeks,
and waters of Broad Riv-er, containing ac
cording to a survey Three Hundred and
Te.rs of S.ale.-One-third cash, the bal
ance in two equal annual instalments, to be
paid in one and two years, with interest
from the day of sale to be paid annually
The purchaser will be permitted to pay the
whole amount or any part thereof on the
day of sale. The purchaser to enter into
Bond with two or more good sureties for
the purchase money. Titles will be execu
ted but not delivcred until the whole pur
chase money is paid.
J. J. CARRINGTON, S.N. C.
Sep. 9, 1872-37-4t. ?18.00.
IS hereby given that application will 1:e
made to the next Legislature for charter of
incorporation for Beth Eden Church, New
berry Coupty. H. H. FOLK,
Sep. 4, 36-3m. For Church Council.
Due West Female Col
SEND US YOUR DAUGHTERS.
THE next Session opens Oct. 7th. Only
te very best teachers are employed.
Boarding, including washing and fuel,
and Tuition one year, $184.50.
Over 100 pupils are present annually.
The Preside:nt will be at the Nickerson
House, Columbia, Friday night the 4th Oct.,
and will take charge of pupils on G. & C. R.
R. Saturday the 5th.
Send for a Catalogue.
J. I. BONNER, President.
Sep. 4, 36-2m.- --
Newberry Male Academy.
THE Exercises of Newberry Male Acad
emy will be resumed on Monday, 16th of
Setember inst., under the direction of Mr.
W. M. Brooks, recently of Salisbury, N. C.,
Mr.. Brooks is a graduate of North Caro
lina University, has eight years experience
in teaching, and comes to us very highly
Competent Assistants will be employed
as the necessities of the School require.
Tuition for the balance of this year at
$2.50 to $5.00 per month, according to ad
vancement of scholars.
Board can be obtained in private families
at reasonable rates.
For further particulars adldress,
COL. S. FAIR,
President of Board Trustees.
or, S. P. BOOZER,
Se. , a 6-.t See'v and Treas.
A. P. PIFEE, M. A., Principal.
Miss FANNIE LEAVELL,: : Assistant.
Prof. F. WERBER, Musical Dep't.
TTIE Exercises of the cbove School will
be resumed on WEDNESDAY, 25th SEP
Tuition from $2.50 to $4.50 per month.
No Incidental Fees.
Pupils will be char,ed from (late of en
trance to the end of the Se.;sion. No re
duction except in cases of protracted il'
For par:iculars. &c., apply to
S. 1. R0ZER, Es,., Sec. 1'd.
COL. S. FAIR, Pres't.
Sep. 4, 26-tf.
ALL persons having claims against thje
Estate of Duano Mowe;-, will present then
to the undersigned, properly attested, on
or before the list d.; of December next,
and those owing said Estate will be refluir
ed to make immediate payient or else pro
ceedings will be begun to compel such pay
mnenit. CYNTIIIA MOWER,
Newberry C. M, Se.2.*82:m:t
Bowden and Tappaha
noc Seed Wheat.
1,500 Bushels of prime Seed Wheat, of
the best improved and most popular varie
ties in East Tennessee, to arr:ve in a few
days; samples of whieb may be seen at our
store inl front of the Court House.
Also, a large and varied stock of
HEAW AND FAMILY
arriving constanly, which we propo;e to
Sell Low for Cash.
BAG GaIN (3
of different kinds and
Iron Ties at Reduced Rates.
of the highest reputation, which we will
se'1 as LOW as any of equal standing and
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.
We respectfully invite all who are seek
ing 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.
And as we shall endeavor to merit the
confidence, we hope to receive the support
and patronage of the tradintg public.
R. MIJ0IMA & CO.
Sep. 4, 36-tf.
A TOURSAMENT will conme off at
SMYRNA ACADEMY, six miles above
Newberrv, on the 19th September.
Knights wishing to ride will pleace give
in their names to the under signed managers,
(to whom all wishing information wllI ap
ply,)two weeks before the Tournament comes
The following are the prizes:
ONE FINE SADDLE.
ONE PAIR FINE BOOTS.
ONE FINE BRIDLE.
ONE PAIR FINE SPURS.
Fe-s for riding, $2.50
A Barbecue will be furnished. Tickets,
The Newberry Silver Cornet Band will
be in attendance.
The ladies are earntestly and respectfully
invited to attend.
The Knights are requested te be on the
ground thme day before.
A LBERT C. SLTGH,
J. C. CLARY.
Aug. 21, 34-4 t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, W. W. Hlouseal hath made
suit to mue to grant him Letters of' Aduminis
tration, of the Estate atid effects of' Cearge
H. Boozer, deceased.
These are therefote to cite and admonish
all atid siingular, the kindred and creditors
of the said d,eeased, to be and appear be
fore me, in the Couirt of Probate to be held
at Newberry Court IHouse, on the 11th day
of September next, after publication hereof
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to shiew
cause, if any they have, why the saidl ad
ministration should not be granted. Given
under my hand this 26th day of' August,
Anno Domnini, 1872.
JA MES C. LEAlIY, r'. J. s. c.
Sep. 4, 26-2t.
A LL persons having deman ds against the
etate of George A. Dominick, deceased,
will render them in properly attested to the
subscriber at her residence, or to her attor
neys, Messrs. Fair, Pope & Pope, at New
berry, S. C., on or before the 1st dayv of'
October next, or else they will be barred
payment. And upon the second tday of' Oc
tober next, thte subscriber will make sette
tent on said estate in the Probate Gourt
for Newberry County, and apply to said
Court for Letters nismissdry as Adnmiiiis
tratrix of' said estate.
NANCY DOMINICK, A dministratrix
of Estate of Geo. A. Dominick, dee'd.
Aug. 28, .35-5t.
Newberry Insurance Agency.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
on all approved plans in the
VERY BEST COMVPANIES,
Losses Promptly Paid.
WM. F. NANCE,
Aug. 14, :33-1m. ___ Agent.
"Don't grind your -eed corn," neither
yor Seed Wheat, but b e sumre to grind all
f' your Wheat exceptinig the seed. And if
groutd at Blease & Co.'s Mills the value
will be enhanced one huntdred per cent.
Those wishinig to grind -certain days or
nights will please.make it known at the
Mills. HIENRY II. BLEASE & CO.
Millinery and Straw Goods
white Goods, Embroideries, &C
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO.
Importers, Mauuf::eturerF and Jobbers
Bonnet, Trimming, Neck and Sash Ribbons
Velvet Ribbons, Neck Ttes, Bonnet Silks,
Satins, Velvets and Crapes, Fl,wers,
Feathers, 1rnaments. Frames, &c.
Straw Bonnets and Ladies and ChUldrns flats,
' J7VDI-.D A NT UNTRIiMMED.
AN) IN CONNLCTINO WAREM'00NIS
White Goods, Linens, Etabroideries
Laces, Nets, Collars. Setts, Handkerchiefs,
Veiling, Head Nets, &c., &c.
Nos. 237 and 239 Baltimore Street,
Theze gno:is are miantitenn-tel by us or
bootIt for Cash dil-e1y froml the Enrope:n
-u' Atmeric.tu iN Miinu:.cir.r.. -mbracing ;d
the latest novelfes, tmalehI in valie'
d l c e:i pness in aiy mu!l: ;-t.
(rders tilled with (:::C, prineil&ss :m-1
despatch. .\uz. 5. 35-3m
Staunton Female Seminary.
TIlE third Session of this School will
open the 1ir-t Wednesd-y in S-eptember.
.Terms: For Boar, Tuition in the Et
glmh :uni Scientific Coie, including Lat'n;
Washing, Lights an: Fuel, - to be
paid in three equ l i.stn:11 en1 as follows:
One-third at the time of entroae, one-tiird
the 1st of Feb., and the remainlde at tho
close of the terni. Music, under one of the
best i.:structor in; the South. is N611. for 'n
struction and tit:k u of" strumitnt. A!! other
extra stidics reasonable. In aldirion to
the suiloinel tetimonial of the lion. Mr.
Stuart, of Staunton, we refer to the follow
ing in South Carolina : Prof. A. P Piter,
Rev. J. D. Shi!ey and 0. L.Schlupert, Es,
Newherrv. Prof. Sm-hze, W:!halla. Dr.
A. I. Rude. W. K. Bachman, Esq., and the
firm of Duffie & Chapman, Columbia.
(From ITon. A. 11. H. Stuart.)
I cordially c.nmtend to publie favor and
patronage, the excellent Female School now
in operation in Staunton, under the direc
tion of Rev. J. 1. Mi!!er aid Rev. D). M.
Gilbert. of the Lutheran Chircb. These
centlemett and their associate Professors,
re admirably adapted, by natural talent
and high intellectual culture, for their re
The system of instruction is well calcula
ted to levelop the higher intelleetu1 and
moral faculties of tile pupils. The discipline
unites firmness with parental lindness. I
hazard nothing in sa.ing, that parents and
guardians, who may entrust their daughters
or wards to the Care of the 'rincipal of
this. School, will find, ftom exierience, that
tbe% have acted wisely.
ALEX. If. II. STUART.
For Catalogue aid furthmer particulirs, ad
REY T. J. MILLER, ii..
Aug. 14, Stauitotl, Va.
TIHOSF. indebted to us must positively
make some arrarigenents to p.iy us very
soon, or we will be obliged to leave out Ac
counts in the hands of an eililcr for collec
tion. We can make no exception in case
ofanybodr. MOTTE & TARRANT.
June 26, 20-t.
DR. C. W. ABNEY
OfYers his services to the community at
large. Oflice opposite Co1. Win. F. Nance's
residerce, next door ahove A. R. Church,
formerly occupied by Dr. T. W. Thompson,
deceased. * July :31, 31-tf.
ilOlil CTTON 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 description
executed with] neatness and dispatch, by
Ju!y 24, 30-74m COLUMBIA, S. C
Blessed is He Who Gives the
People Cheap Food.
1,000 lbs. H AMS at 121c. per lb.
Fine lot fresh sugar.cured Bacon Strips.
The long expected Smoked Beef Tongues
H A RDY SOLOMON,
Next to Messrs. McFall & Pool's ont the
Jnte 12, t24-tf Fifth Avenue.
WE arc preparedl to grind from one to
ane hundred and fifty bushels Corn per day,
and will furnish free tranisportationl of their
rain to andit from our mill for our patro~ns
free of charge.
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
A pr. 17, 16-tf.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CARlO
LINA. COUNTY OF NEWBER
RIY.-COURT OF COMDION
harrilet Epting, Jacob Epting, Jasper N.
Epting, Samuel A. Epting, Fannie M.
Counts and Polly C. Graham, Plaintiffs,
against Thomas L. Eptin g, Alice A. Ep
ting, Walton J. Epting, Hledessa A. Ep
ting, Ida E.pting, Emma Epting, Harriet
Epting, William Epting and Melancthon
E pting, Defe ndants.-Sutmmotns.-For Re
To the Defeindants Thomas L. Epting,
Ia Epting, Emmta Epting, Harriet Epting,
William Eptmng and Melancthon Epting:
You are hereby summoned atnd required
to answer thle complaint ini this action,
of which a copy is herewith served up
on you, and to serve a copy of your
answer to the said complaint otn the
subscribers at their office at Newberry
Court House, South Carolina, within twen
tv dava after the service hereof, exclusive
of the day of such service; and if you fail
to answer the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will ap
ply to the Court for the relief demanded in
Dated Newberry, August 12, 18'72.
SUBER & CALDWELL,
Aug. 14, 33-t t.
The friends of BURRIEL IIARRIS res
pectfully anniounes him as a candidate for
County Commissioners at the next ensuing
July 10, 29-tf.
Nomination for Sheriff.
J. Ed. Peterson is respectfully nominated
>~ his many friends for the Sheriffaity of
his Coutnty, at the ensumn; etectior.. We
em him a most suitable personi for this~
mnportan t ofiice. NEWBERRY.
The friends of ALLEN ABERNATHiY,
respectfully announce him as a candidate
or (ounty Cointnissioner at the euning
election int October next.
A few -entienimn can find BOARD BY
THE 1ONTH with
M1ar. (*, Iii-if A. WN. T. SMMS
WE ARE NOW SUP
For the Sprii.n and Summer, with such a
Stock of 4entetnen's: ad Yoih'i Cj,tpi
as only could hare been r
And can fit ont in any sile of mal:e or va
riety of mliaterial
ONE TO TWO THOUS
1en1 bd ho,. 0.r S !ock of Firnishinilg
Goods, B'o:s, Shovs, Tlat, Shir:s, Cravats,
Trunks, Vn!i:es, &., be-ides the lr.:e as
sortment, of Clothing above nientionie, we
TO BE DISTRIBUTED
All over the coantrv, and to efi, o
rable anl obijoect, oi'r R.nAI.Ss
TO THOSE IN NEED
'Ofa:nything in our Iinp,.and bifore the as
Sortin nt ;i broken, it i-- L.st to
A, o-r C!othing Eniporium
What yoi wart. We warrarit good-z gar
Mntee low piti.-, anj feel sati-fied th:4. all
cani be~ 5.ctrEn for
At the S!ort of
UdRIGIIT & COPP0CE
May 1, is-tf.
p. WI & p S, CHII
(At Stewart's Old Corner.)
1iAVE JUST RECEIVED and OFFER
At Lowest Cash Prices,
A large and varied stock of
SPRING AND) S17D1ER GO)ODS.
-L.ADE DiV EPA 1:TMENT.
Driss Goods: Grenadines, Japanee, Le
no.=, Poplins, Piqlices.
Notions: Gloves, Hosiery, Cuff, Collars,
Best branl of Calico at I 2.e.
('hoice lot of Shoes, warranted.
Par-.solz, of all colovs and sizes.
Cassimeres, Linen, Cottonades, Hats,
Boots, Shoes, Cravats.
Pens, Ink, Paper, Eiivelopes, Pencils.
e1T I.E VY.
Pocket Knives, Knives and Forks Rizors
HEA P nIWA R F.
Hoes, Nails, Hatchets, Hammers, Locks,
Bells, Rakes, Axe, Co'ee Mills, Snce
P'ans, Tea Kettles, Frying Pans, Smooth-ing
Factory Thire id by Whioleale and Retail.
Lime, Kerosene, Cof'ee, Sugar, Mfolasses,
Yeast Powders, Coneentrated Ly-e.
Wagon IIarness, Satddles, Bridles, Whips,
Collars, Trace Chains, flames, Leather.
Tabhs, Buckets, Churns, Measures, Brooms,
Will du3plieute any bill this side of Charles
P. W. CHIICK. R. S. ChICK.
Apr. %4, 17-tf.
P. S C O TT.
FURNISH INC COODS.
Spring and Summer Styles, 1872.
Dress Suits, Sty lish Business Suits, Hats
latest styles. A sulperior line of Shlirts,
warranted of best ma3teriah and workman
ship. Fashionable Scarfs and Neck Ties.
Fine Cloths ;md Gassimneres in the Piece or
by the Pattern, &e.
Persons desiring to purchase to advan
tage would find it to their initerest to favor
me with a call. P. SCOTT.
Mar. 20, 12-tf.
WHY WiLL YOU
RUIN YOUR EYESIGifT
BY USING C0\MMON GLASSES,
Whenl you can purchase
LAZARUS & MORRIS'3
SPECTACLES & EYE GLASSES,
The Best in the World.
They are recommended for PtITY OF MIA
TERIAL, BR.ILLIANCY oF' Fix1sh! and their
STRENGTHEaNING POWERS, in which they
excel all others. They last many years with
For sale in this locality only by
JOHN F. SPECK,
Wh 1oesale Depot,
10 COURTLANTDT ST., NEW YORK.
HARTFORD, CONN., and
CATJ.---e lner Sil \: 1fF Clllp0t BiIkri.
May 22, '72-21-tf.
THlE suhqer ibers respectfully inform the
citizens of Ne wberry and surroun ding coun
try, that they have entered into a partner
ship ini the
Tanning and Mill Business,
The manufacture of
Harness and Saddles,
And the sale of
Buggies, Carriages, and Saddle
and Harness Hardware,
Wholesale and Retail.
Striet attention will be nail to bulsiness,
and a fine stock conistantly kept on hand.
An exa;pin1ation of our stock is solicitea.
IFEBB, JOIE & PIR.R
wV. 1. wE.. i 3. .s.. JN. *c. ranEr..
A pr. :1, 14--uf.
Laurensville herald please copy.
Prime Red Oats.
300 BUSHELS GENUINE RED OATS
for sale by
EBB,RR JO\N & P ARKER.
Men, Women and luh I!d6
At tl.e SLor'- of
UN 1;: : .I : 11 N WHFPRY HoTF:L,
To help cirar out Li- large stock of goods,
CLOTH UN G,
Granite-. ille Homespn at Factory prices,
These good- were bought to be' sold.
mus. be sold, and l b, sold
CHEIF FOR THE CASHl!
I mean juist what I say~.
Call and ex:unirc and ro charge will be
made for showing.
The Highest Price Paid for
June 5, -23-tf.
ASSETS - - $1,100,000.
lUON. JEFFERSON DAVIS,
G EN. WAIDE HAMPTON. Vice
President. and Superintendant of
J. D. KENNEI). S tate Agent.
.J. F. GLENN, Agent New'berry Co.
Among its Directors are some of the
first business men of the country.
We guaranteec honesty of management.
i. C. speedy set tlemenit of los.ses.
J'ily 10, '72-28-iy.
Let us Have Peace,
RUT KW F[l!
WUICH you can by calling and buying
some 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. Filth Avenue.
NOT AT 008ST!
Dut at a YerSmaIIPr t!!!~
Owing to the disturbed condition of the
times, many are willing to make sacrifices,
even to a disposal of goods qt cost, from
the taxes, sringency of the money market,
and general dullness, &c., but this we can
not (10, 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, Gent!cmens Misses and Youths'
BOOTS, SilIES, &e., at a small advance
on cost for the~ purpose of defraying posi
There is no discount on this, we
Cannot Live by Selling at
and a GENEROES PUBLIC does not EX
Uut beuIeve its we
Will Sell at a small Adrance for
ABRAMS & METTS.
June 19, 25-tf.
4LOCKS MD -JEWELRY
I WOELD) respectfnlly in form the ce:izens
of Newberry and surrour.dinug Count'es, that
I have just opened at my .JEWELRY
STORE, a fine assortment of
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
Masonic, Odd Fellow andi Temperance'
)f all kinds and prices.
HAIR .JEWELRY of all descriptions
mlade to order.*
Call and examine my stock as I consider
it no trouble to show.
All goods warranted as represented.
Al! work in my line done with neatness
JOHN F. SPECK,.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Apr. 17 la--tf'
These Bitters are positively invalua ja
They purify the system, and will cura
EA M; : q 5
Remittent and Intermittent Eevers,
0*:W aaF1 M 5 M. 1 TM
and are a preventive of Chilla and Fever.
All yield to their powerful egicacy.
Are an antidote to change of Watcr and Diet.
to the wasted frame, and correct all
Will save day8 of smng to the sick, and
The grand Panacea for all the ills of life.
Tii~ ta FOR PHYSICIAMS TER;R~
*ow cog M&z.v2?s
MUMXY InYoungorOid, MarriedP
or Single, these Bitters are un
equalled and have often been the
means of saving life.
. .R. ONE BOTTLEs.
o , 1-1 5- .
LOVE I E & 111 E11'LE
Will dispose of their entire stock of
Spring & Summer
June 1-, 21-tf.
NEW SPRING - STOCK
And well selected
C. F. JACKSON'S,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
My groodls are all seasonable, and selected
with great care from the best stocks in the
Northern markets an.d will be SOLD) LOW.
ElR :haui ever before. Visitors to Golumbia
will do we!l! to enm:ine my s;tock before.
Orders promptly aLtendea1 to
'C. F'. JACKSON.
Mar. 27, l:t-t -1Z.
THOMPSON & JONES,
(Graduates of the P'enisy! vania Co!:ege of
Office over McFal & l'ool's Store.
Onr patients reeive thet befe of all the
latest improvemneurs in the profession.
Special :attenri<m given to correction of Ir
regut.iriek in Chibilren 's 'Teeth.
The patronage of the pubbe is respectfully
sobecited. Termns very mioderate.
.1. 1R. TilOMPSON, D).D.S.
E. C. JONES, D.D.S.
ONE IHUNDJRED TIHOUSAND POUNDS
IDlES, for which the highest market .'rice
will be paid at our store.
WVEBl, .JUNES & PARKER.
Laurns i IIl p'cas~e copy
1u,.ts0 pounds washed or unwashed Wool
wanted at the -tore of
WEB~B, JONES & PARKER.
L aunill Herald please copy.
TWO IHENDRED GORDS TAN B~ARK
W ANTED) st our' Tann'ry, at Newberrv. S.
A. WVER, JONES & PARKER.
Apr. 17, 16A-tf.
Lanrensville Herald plcase copy.
L AURENS CO., S. G., May 14, 172.
THTAN.KING our patrons for generous
patronage evended to us in the past, we
agamn anntoune th.it we ure prepared to do
all work entrusted to us promiptly and well.
Terms for Roll Carding, 123e per lb., (oil
included.) Making Jea::s, :2to :l5e. per
yard. Gasmee 60 to 65e. per yard.
Blankets, 82.') to $2,.25, the customer find
ing the wool Other work as heretofore.
We give the highest market rates for
Wool in exchange for the products of our
B. J. Ramage, Esq., is our Agent at New.
berry. A. C. FLER &C.
May 22, 2--tf.
I have now in store a large and elegant
assortment of MILITARY G;OODS, em
br.ie:.g Hats, Caps, Epaulettee, Swords,
lhelts, Buckles, Sashes, Buttons, Plumes,
&c. Companies furnished on reasonable
terms. WILLI.AM GLAZE,
Mar. 1$, 11-tf Columbia, S. G.
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, &C.
Junst received a fuli line of L.adieg and
Gent's G:dtD WATCiIES, D):amond Rings,
P'ins, in various styles, Hrace!ets, Chains,
&c. I anm goim'e to sell the goods.
WILLIA M G LAZE,
Mar. 1?,, 1 1-tf Coh:mbia, S. C.
Oif the best EnglThi, r...- r's Breech and
Muzzi -Loadin:. P.a Ier Riid' : B3all and
Shot Cartridges for Perior Rides.
M a 3 1l-tf Columbia. S. C.
NE ETRYI liERALD
sW i caIsl; iv wle:!!ow:(,0:1, of uuir
0:-s o in .1iing : to o!.r
JOB AND CARD
Com1pr:ie the most desirabie to bo found in
anv Co'NTR Y .JOBi arnd
And we iavc other material, enibracing a
large variety of
Plain and Fancy Type,
s'IT.\nI.E' iFoR TIIF. PRrNTING or'
Printed in desirable styles, besides
School and Town Reports,
CONCERT, AUCTION and POST
BILLS OF ALL KINDS.
Neatly printed1 at this ofiee, upon ruled pa
per of any sizx.
THE NEWBERRY HERALD
NIS ISF'D WEEKLY,
AT $3 IN ADVANCE,
Fire Copic...... ..... .12 50)
Ten Copies................. 22 .50
And one to getter up of ('lub.
$1.50 for each square of one inch space,
for first insertion, and $1 for subsequent,
for onse month or less.
For a lor.ger time proportionately less.
Liberal contracts made for the year.
Ma.y 1 1S-i.