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FOUR OR FIVE THOUS
AND ACRES OF FINE
BY vittue of an order from the Circuit
Court for Greenville County, we will sell
before the Court House door, on Salesday
in October next, to the higtiest bidder, the
following lands, to wit:
One Tract in Greenville County, five miles
above the City of Greenvile, lying on both
sides of the Air Line Raiload, and of the
Rutherford Road, containing about One
Thousand Acres. and known as the Moun
ta'n Creek Track.
One Tract, containing from Four to Five
Hundred Acres, lying between the Pendle
ton and Anderson Roads, and on both sides
of the Easley's or Towns' Bridge Road.
One Tract, of about Four Hundred Acres,
lying between the Anderson and Grove
Roads, and on both sides of the Greenville
& Columbia Railroad.
One Tract, of about Fourteen Hundred
Acres, lying between the Grove and Augus
ta Roads, on both sides of the South and
_North Forks of Brushy Creek, and known
as the Brushy Creek. Tract.
One Tract, of about Twelve Hundred
Actes, known as the Laurel Creek Tract.
One Lot of Seven or Eight Acres, lying
within the corporate limits of the City of
Greenville, fronting on Pendleton and An
derson Streets, and adjoining 1uds of
Gaines, Stradley and others.
The above lands are almost entirely in
the original fores!, and the extreme outer
li-nits of no portion of them. is more than
six miles fron the Gity limits-some of them
are entirely within the City, others partly
within and partly without, and others from
a half to five and six miles miles distant.
The different Tracts will be sub divided in
to Tracts of from Thirty to Fifty Acres to
suit purchasers, and Plats of the same will
be exhibited on the day of sale, and in the
meantime can be seen by calling on Alex
One Tract of Land, known as the "Shoal
Tract," containing One Hundred and Forty
Acres, more or less, situated in the upper
part of Greenville County, on waters of
Beaver Dam Creek, and adjoining lands of
R. F. Whilden and others.
One Tract, known as the "Gap Creek
Tract," lying Pin b,oth sides of tLe Old Gap
Creek Road and Gap Creek, containing Fif
teen Hundred or Two Thousand Acres, and
extending to the North Carolina Line.
TERMS.-Oae-third Cash;. balance on
credit of twelve months, secured by Note
and Mortgage of premises. Purchasers to
pay for stamps and papers.
If all the Tracts are not sold on Sale-day
in October, the sale will continue from day
to day untii all are disposed of
V. A. McBEE.
Executors of Vardry McBee, deceased.
Sep. 25, "9-2:.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN pursuance of an act of the General
Assembly approved March 1, 1870, entitled
"An act, providing for the general election
and the manner of condneting the same,
amended by an act approved March 12,
1S72, an election will be held in the several
counties of this State on the THIRD WED
NESDAY, being the 16th day of October,
- for the following State, Legislative, Cou:n
ty and Congressional cfficers, to serve for
the next two and four years, as -- vided
by the State constitution and acts .Gn
gress of the United States, to wit . Gov
ernor. Lieutenant Governor, Attorney Gene
ral, Secretary of State, State Treasurer,
Comptroller General, Superintendant of
Edue'ation, Adjutant and Iinspector General,
p members of the General Assembly, Solici
tors in the severa! judicial circuits, and for
the various county ollices, together with
one Member of Congress to represent the
State at large, and Representatives in the
respective Congressional Districts.
At the said election the following amend
nents to the State Corstitution will be
submitted to the voters for ratification or
rejection, to wit :
1st. Amendments relating to change of
time of holding general elections.
Strike out all that portion of Section XI
of Article 2, following the words "eighteen
hundred and seventy" occurring in the
fourth and fifth lines, arnd insert the fo!
lowing: "And forever thereafter, on the
first Tuesday following the first Monday in
November, in every second year, in such
manner and at such places as the Legisl:
ture may provide." The manner of voting
on this amendment shall 5e as follows:
rlhose in favor of the amarndment shall
deposit a ballot with the following words
written or printed thereon, "Constitutional
Amnendmnent-Yes." Those opposed to said
atnenment shall cast a ballot with the
following words written or printed thereon,
2d. Amendment relating to the further
increase of the pnblic debt of the State. as
follows: Article XVI, "To the end that the
public debt of South Carolina may not
hereafter be increased without the due con
sidleration, and free consent of the people
of the State, the General Assembly is here
by forbidden to create any further debt or
obligation by the loan of the credit of the
State, by guar<n'tee, endorsement or other
wise, except for the ordinary and current
business of the State, without first submit
ting the question as to the creation of any
such new debt, guarantee, endorsement or
loan of the credit to the people of this State,
at a general election ;and unless two-thirds
of the qualified voters of this State voting
on the question shall be in favor of a fur
ther debt, guarantee, endorsement or loatn
of this credit, none shall be created or
The manner of voting on this amendment
shall be as follows:
Those in favor of the amendmeet shall
dep~osit a ballot with the following words
written or printed ther"on, "Constitutional
Amendment, Article XVI.-Yes."
Those opposed to the amendment shall
cast a ballot with the following words writ
ten or printed thereon-"Constitutional
Amendmient Article XVL--No."
All bar-rooms and drinking saloons shall
-be closed on the day of election, and any
person who shall sell any intoxicating drinks
on the day of election, shal! be guilty of a
misdiemeancr, and on conviction thereof,
shall be fired in a sum not less than one
hundre3 dollars, or be imprisoned for a
period not less than one month, nor more
than six months.
The Commissioners and Managers of
Election, and each of them, are hereby
requtired. with strict regard to the provisions
of the Constitution and laws of the State,
touching their duty in such case, to cause
such elections to be held in their respective
counties on the dlay aforesaid, and to take
all r.ecessary steps for the holding of
such elections, and for the ascertaitning and
deternminirg the persons who shall have
been du!y elected thereat, according to the
rules, principles and provision prescribed
by the Act and Amecndment thereto, afore
In witness whe'reof, I have hereunto set
mny hand and caused the Great Seal
of~the State to be affixed, at Colum
[L.s.] bIa, the 16th day of September, A. D.
1872, :nd in tI.e ninety-seventh year
of th.e Independence of the United
Stan's of America.
ROB3ER~ i . SCOTT, Governor.
1K L. C'anozo. Secretary of State.
FALL AND WINTER
A full supply of
BOOTS AND SHES,
Hats ald Caps,
II A H 0iA RE.
Graniteville S h i r t i n gs,
Sheetings and Drills, to Mer
chants in any quantity at
Sep. 18, 38-tf.
I would respectfully inform my
friends and the public generally, that
I have just
Received and Opened
MY JIN1Ell1Y 8TOR1J
ONE OF 7/YE L AR9EST
BEST SELEIJTEDI STOIllS
Ever offered in NEWBERRY. My
stock consists in part of Ladies and
Gold &Silver Watches,
Stem and Key Winders. both Swiss
Ladies and Gents
Of all patterns.
Sets and half sets
Always ou hand a large stock of
Of the very best quality.
Of all kinds.
Of all descriptions made to order.
The highest price paid for
OLD GOLD AND SILVER.
Give mc a call before purchasing
All goods sold warranted as repre
Always on hand a large stock of
Spectacles & Eyeglasses.
Call and examine my stock.
JOHN F. SPECK.
Newberry, S. C., Sep. 10, 1872-38--tf.
BY authority vested in us by the last
will and testament of Robert Carmical.
dec'd., we will sell at the late residencc~ of
Elizabeth Carmical. dee'd., on the
24th Day of October Next,
all the Personal Property of the said dee'd.,
.5 Head of Cattle,
1 Four-horse Wagon.
1 Set Blacksmxith Tools.
Household and Kitchen Furniture.
Also, on tihe same day aind place, we will
sell all the Real Estate of said dee'd., con
sisting of six separate Tracts of Land, rang.
ng from 30' acres to 100 acres each. Plats
will be shown and information given con
ceing any of the lands, on application to
either of the Executors. Terms made
known on day of sale.
THOMPO YOUNG, [ Ez'ors,
New York, Sept. 10, 1872.
MESSRS. 31. BARRE & SO.
Dear Father : L am now about through
with my purchases of Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c., and have only to
say I have given unusuai attention this
season to the selections.
I have bought the stock under the late de
cline, and you will find it superior in style
and at as low prices as any house in the
State has bought in this market.
You can therefore offer inducements to
our friends and customers, and. feet confi
dent that no house can undersell us or ex
hibit a stock so attractive.
JOHN J. BARRE.
ILL THUINGS IRE RE101";!
And at the Store of
Where the Latest Novelties
Of the Season
Have Just Been Received,
Can be fourd in
Silk., Poplins and Dress Goods generally,
Brushes, &c., &e.
Gentlemen's Outfitting generally.
Oar stock of fine
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS,
For Ladies, Gertlemen and Youth, togeth
HEAVY SHOES AND BROGANS,
is large and well selected, as is also our
ALL STYLES HATS.
Beside, the above our stock of
All grades of Sugars,
Coffee Rice, Flour,
IS CHOICE AND CHEAP!
These goods hav-e been selected with care,
yought low, and consequently
WILL BE SOLD AT SMALL
ad all we ask is that our friends in town
ad country make an examination before
M. BARRE & SON.
Sep. 18, 38-tf.
We have removed
Our' Entire Stock of
Boots, Hats, &c.
BETWEEN MESSRS. CHICK'S
AND DR. FANT'S.
WOALL AND SEE
OUR LARGE STOCK.
Sept 16 tf LOVELACE & WIEELER.
Dr. E. H. GREENE,
In charge of the Branch Office to Dr.
?HILADELPHIA BELLEYUE INSTITUTE
CHIARLOTrTE, N. C.,
Will be at
Cheraw, S. C., Principal Hotel, Oct. 9.
Sumter, S. C.. Principal Hotel, Oct. 10.
Neberry, S. C.. Pool's Hotel, Ocet. 11
Columbia, S. C., Nickerson's Hotel, Oct. 12.
For the purpose of seeing any who may
wish to consult him withonut a visit to Char
lotte, with reference to CANcza, and all
ANCEROUs DIsEAsEs, Scrofula, Epilepsy,
CALL AND SEE HIM.
Sep. 18, .38-4t.
State of South Carolina, Newberr.
In Common Pleas.
Laura E. Nance v.s. R. D. & J. K. G. Nance,
Mary W. Nance vs. R. D. & J. K. G. Nance,
THE creditors of the Estate of Frederick
Nance, deceased, are reqjuired to render
nd establish their respective demands, be
fore the undersigned, on or before the first
a of November, 1872.
By order of the Court.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Referee.
Newberry C. H., S. C., Sept. 10, 1872.
WE are prepared to grind from one to
one hundred and fifty bush els Corn per day,
ud wilt furnish free transportation of their
grain to and fronm our mill for our patrons
free of charge.
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
Apr. 17, 16-tf.
Is hereby given that approved School
Orders, payable to the undersigned, of
Jesse C. SmiLh, Esq., School Comimiscioner,
Newberry County, for the months of Janu
ary, February and March, 1872, have been
lost. The County Treasurer and all others
ar hereby warned Ijot to pay or trade for
the same. D). BENJAMIN BUSBY.
MUXT BE SOLD!
OUR LARGE STOCK OF
I8Gns [umishing Guds,di l
Must be sold to enable is to m:.ke T:e
proposed improvement in our store this fall.
FRENCH CASSIMERE PANTS
Will be made to order for A12.00-for
AT OST OR LESS,
20 PER CENT. FROM FORMER PRICES.
R, & W, C, XIIFFIELD,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Sep. 11, 37-tf.
Bowden and Tappaha
noc Seed Wheat.
1,500 Bushels of prime Seed Wheat, of
tie best improved and most pgpular varie
ties in East Tennessee, to arrive in a fcw
days; zamples of which may be seen at our
store in front of the Court House.
Also, a large and varied stock of
AWVY AND FAMIlY
arriving constantly,'wliich we propose to
Sell Low for Cash.
of different kinds and
Iron Ties at Reduced Rates.
FERT IL IZ ERl
of the highest reputation, whiich we will
sell 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 ourn stock before making their pur
hases, 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 trading public.
R. MOO0MAN & tJO.
Sep. 4, 3i-tf.
Io Du8ine88 Men Oenerally
TNBER H ERL
If You Want Anything Known,
Want a Cook,
Or Anything Else, Advertise
If you have for sale
Furniture, Dry Goods,
If you want any thing printed such as
Bye-Laws, &c. &c.,
Come to the Herald Office,
WHERE ALL WANTS
can be supplied
And in the best style of the Art.
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
Daily. Sundays excepted. connectin.: with
Night Trains on South Carolina Railroad. up
and down, also with Trains going North and
South on Charlotte. Columbia and Augu:ta
ltailroad, and Wilmington. Columbia and Au
Leave Columbia............ .... . 7.15 a n
Alston.......................... 9.(5 a m
-Newberry....... ...............10.40 a n
Cokesbury.. ............ 2.1)0 p in
eiton........... ......3.50 p n
Arrive (;ree,ville...................... 5.30 p m
Leave Greenville ...............7.3) a rm
Belton.. ................ 9 :0 a m
" Coke!bury................. ............11 15 a m
Abbeville.. .................. 8.15 a m
" ew erry....................... 2.30 p m
Alston. .................4.20 p m
Arrive Columbia....................... 6.00 p n
ANI)EnSON rl'%NC1 AND BLUE RIDGE DIVISION.
Leave W alhalla at........................... 5.*5 a in
'erryville.. ..............G.25 a m
P'endieton.... ........... .......... . 7.10 a n
Anderson.................. 81 a n
Arrive at Belton............... 9.0- a m
Connectin:- with down train from Greenville.
Leave Belton at..................... 3.50 p m
Auderson ..................... ..... 4 5 p m
l'endleton...... ....... .................. 5 50 p m
'erryville ..... ....................... 6.35 p m
Arrive at W alh.lla............................ 7 15 p IT
Acconmodatiun Trains ran on .ibbeville
Branch. 31ondays, Wednesdays and Fridayt -
On AderFon Branch, between Ielton and 'Al
derson. on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays.
1110 . )ODAMFAD, Geu'l Supt.
JAnEZ NtT0.N, General ficket Agent.
Sep. 11. 37-tf.
To all Overseers of Public Roads in
YOU are hereby, notilied and required to
call out all able-bodiied mn in your respee
tiVe Townz-hips w,tho are liablel to road duty,
and, with theni, proceed at once to p."tt:ig
your Roads in good condiion, or upon fiail
ure so to do, sulject yourselves to the 1'en
ahy of tie Law.
By ordr Board County Conimissioners.
J.MES W. HAYWARD,
Sep. 11, :7-:t. Clerk.
Our CARDING MACHINES are in first
rate order. and turning out the BEST
ROLLS at ONLY 10A es. per lb. if oiled
if not, 2 cents extra. Our wagons will be
in Newberry once every two weeks, and
Wool left with Messrs. Maves & Martin. will
be received, carded and returned FREE OF
CHARGE for transportation. The contin
tied patronage of the citizens of Newberry
;olicited, and satisf:etion guaranteed.
R. S. & J. W. GOODGION.
Sep. 11, 37-:3m.
INTEWBERRY - FKMALE
1k. P. PIFER, M. A., Principal.
Kiss FANNIE LEAVELL,: Assistant.
Prof. F. WERBER, : Musical Dep't.
TIE Exercises of the above School will
be resumed on WEDNESDAY, :.3th SEP
Tuition from $2.50 to $4.50 per month.
No lucidental Fees.
Pupils will be charged from date of en
trance to the end of the Session. No re
duction except in cases of protracted ill
For paticulars, &c., apply to
S. P. BOOZE R, Esq., Sec. B'd.
COL. S. FAIR, Pres'.
Se p. 4, 36-tf.
Jatnc Moaier,lani,) Fi Fa
William Hlatton,Defendant, Execution.
BY virtue of an Execution to mec direct
din the above case, I will offer for sale,
at Newberry C. HI., on Monday, the Seventh
day of October next ensuing, all that tract
af lantd lying and being situate in Newbcrrv
Coutnty, coi'taining One Hundred and Seven
Acres, more or less, and bounded by lands
af George Feltman, latnds formerly owned
by George Turnipseed, and other lands of
D)r. Uatton, the property of Dr. Dlatton.
Tertms will be known on day of sale.
. J. CA RRINGTON, S. N. C.
Sep. q, 1872--37-4t. t9.00.
FOR OCTOBER, 1872.
BY virtue of sundrv Executions to me
'lircted(, I will sell at public outcry, at the
tsore of Messrs. Motte & Tarranlt, at 10
>'clock, A. M., on Monday, Oct. 7, 1872,
he following, to-wit:
The entire stock-in lots to suit-of
[n fact everythting usually kept in a first
:lass Drug Store.
J. J1. CA RRING TON, S. N. C.
Sept. 9, 1872-37--4t. t13.50.
The State of South Carolina, County
of Anderson .-In thle Common
Lydia A. M. VanWyck, Sunrviving Plaintiff,
vs. Mary Maverick, Samu,tel Maverick,
Geo. M. Maverick, Wilie Maverick, Mary
B. Maverick, Albecrt Maveriec, G. .J. lHons
tonl, E. A. M. Houston, Emily M. Wey
man, Josephine Bryan, Sanm'l M. Thomp
son, and Thtomsone, hlis wife, Defendatnts.
-Order for Sale of Land in Newvberry
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 enisuing, 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 atd Crims Creeks,
and waters of Broad River, containing ac
cording to a survey Three Hundred and
Te,ins of Sale.-One-third cash, the bal
ance in two equal annual instalmien:s, to be
paid in one and two years, with interest
from the day of sale to be paid annually.
Thle purchlaser will be permitted to pay the
whole amount or any part thereof on the
day of sale. The purchaser to enlter into
Bond with two or more good sureties for
the purchase money. Titles will be execu
ted but not delivered un,til the whole pur
chase money is paid.
.J. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Sep. !9, i872-37-4t. t18.00.
IS hereby given that application will be
made to the next Legislature for charter of
incorporation for Beth Euden Church, New
berry County. H. H. FOLK,
Sep. 4, .36-3m. For Church Council.
Prime Red Oats.
300 BSUSHIELS GENUINE RED OATS
for sale by
VMEBBl, JONES & PARIKEB.
.TrJ, 1'r on-tf
G-ents' Clothin g
Spring and Summer Styles, 1872.
Dress Suits, Stylish Business Suits, Hats
late.t styles. A superior line of Shirts,
warranted of best material and workman
ship. Fashionable Scarfs and Neck Ties.
Fine CltIs and Gassimeres in the Piece )r
by the Patten, &e.
Persons desiring to purchase to advan
tige would find it to their interest to favor
ine with a call. P. SCOTT.
Mar. 20, 12-tf.
TH E subscetibers respectfully inform the
citizens of eiwherry and surroun din; coun
try, that they have entered into a partner.
ship in the
Tanning and Mi l Business,
The manufacture of
I Harness and Saddles,
And the sale of
Buggies, Carriages, and Saddle
and Harness Hardware,
Wholesale and Retail.
Strict attention will be paid to business,
and a 'ne stock constaitly kept on hand.
An LI-am1ination of our stock is soicited.
WEBB, 0 PKEPR,
NV. 11. 'Wim. 1, 13 .. J. jo%Fs. I w. c. r.nxrn.
Apr. ', 14-tf.
Lairensville Hetrald please copy.
Millinery and Straw Goods,
White Goods, Embroideries, &c.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO.,
Importers. 31auufacturers and Jobbers
Bonnet, Trimming, Neck and Sash Ribbons,
Velvet Ribbons, Neck Ties, Bonnet Silks,
Satins, Velvets and Crapes, Flowers,
Feathers. 9rnaments, Frames, &c.
Straw Bonnets and Ladiles and ChihIrens Hats,
TPEIXED AND UNT1MMED.
AND IN CONNEcTING WAREnoOMS
White Goods, Linens, Embroideries,
Laces, Nets, Collars, Setts, Eandkerchiefs,
Veiling, Head Nets, &c., &c.
Nos. 237 and 239 Baltimore Street,
These goods are manufactured by us or
bought for Cash directly from the European
and American Manufacturer,, embracing all
the latest novelties, uneqnalled in variety
and cheapness in any market.
Orders filled with care, promptness and
despatch. Aug. 28, 35-3m.*
THOSE indebted to us must positively
make somc arrangements to pay us very
soon, or we will be obliged to leave our Ac
counts in the hands of an officer for collec
tion. We can mnake no exception in case
of anybody. MOTTE & TA?RRANT.
June 26;, 26-tf.
DR. C. W. ABNEY
Offers his services to the community at
large. Office opposite Gol. Wmn. F. Nance's
residence, next door above A. R. Church,
lormerly occupied by Dr. T. W. Thompson,
deceased. July 31, 31-tf.
MORRI ICOTTON OI
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
July 24, 30-3m COLUMBIA, S. C
Blessed is He Who Gives the
People Cheap Food.
1,000 lbs. H AMS at 12tc. per lb.
Fine lot fresh sugar-cured Bacon Strips.
The long expected .anoked B3eef Tongues
Next to Messrs. McFall & Pooi's on the
June 12, 24-tf Fifth Avenue.
The friends of BURREL HARRIS res
pectfully announces him as a candidate for
County Commissioners at the next ensuing
July 10, 29-tf.
~Nination for Sheriff.
J. Ed. Peterson is respectfully nominated
by his many friends for the Sheriffalty of
this County, at the ensuing ecetior.. We
deem him a most suitable person for this
important oficee. NEWBERRY.
A LL persons having demands against the
estate of George A. Dominick, deceased,
will render thenm 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 day of
October next, or else they will be barred
payment. And upon the second day of Oc
tober next, the subscriber will make settle
ment on said estate in the Probate Court
for .Newberry County, and apply to said
Court for Letters rismissory as Adominis
tratrix of said estate.
NANCY DOMINICK, Administratrix
of Estate of Gleo. A. Dominick, dec'd.
Aug. 28, 35-5t.
Charleston. S. C.
G. T. ALFORD & CO., Proprietors.
R. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
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.
1April 10, Irr-tf.
'Due West Female Col
EN SYOUR DAUGIITERS.
THIE next Session opens Oct. 7th. Only
the very best teachers are employed.
Boardling, including washing and fuel,
andI Tuition one year, S184.50.
Over 100 pupils are present annually.
The President will be at the Nickerson
House, Columbia, Friday aight the 4th Oct.,
and will take charge of pupils on G. & C. R.
IR., Saturday the 5th.
Senud for a Catalogue. Peiet
J. I. BONNER, Peiet
ASSETS - - $1,100,000.
H1ON. J EFEUR S( N AV FS,
GEN. W.. !: i ) E I PT ()N. Vice
President. anl Superintendant of
J. ). K :NNEDY. State Ageut.
J i ENN. Agent Newberry Co.
mo its ircrsare swme of the
firt businSS apn of the country.
We aant-.* hontc. ty of innsagement,
Julv 1". '72-28-Iv.
Let us Have Peace,
B[T EP Fl!
WHli vou e:an by(e:ing and buying
some F[LTiN M_RKi:T Bf.EF and fine
PICKLED SALMON, and SUGAR CURED
Also, on Consignment, TEN BALES OF
Next to Mcssrs. McFall & Pool, on the
May 22, 21-tf. Fifth Avenue.
WE ARE NOW SUP
For the Spring and Summer, with such a
Stock of Gent lemen'sand Y1oth'S CLOTHING,
aS only could have been pnrchasedl
And can fit out in any style of make or va
riety of material
Men and boys. Our Stoek of Furnisbing
Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Cravats.
Trunks, Valises, &e., be-ides the large as
sortment of Ciothing above mentioned, we
TO BE DISTRIBUTED
All over the country, and to effect so desi
rable an object, offer nARGAINs
TO THOSE IN NEED
Of anything in our line, and befoare the as
sortment is broken, it is best to
A'; our Glothing Emporium
What you want. We warrant goods. gar
a-ntec Iow prices, and feel satisfied that ali
can be srITED for
At the store of
RIGlT & 00PP9tKL
May ], 18tf
P. W. & R., S. 0@Jllk
(At Stewart's Old Corner.)
UAVE JUST RECEIVED and OFFER
At Lowest Cash Prices,
A large and varied stock of
SPRING AND SUMDER GOODS.
Dress Goods: Grenadines, Japanese, Le
nos, Poplins, Piques.
Notions: G!oves, Hosiery, Cuffs, Collars,
Best brand of Calico at 12te.
Choice lot of Shoes, warranted.
Parasols, of all colors and sizes.
GENTLEMEN 's DEPARTMNE~T.
Cassimneres, 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, Coffe e Milis, Sauce
Pans, Tea Kettles, Frying Pans, Smoothing
Factory Thre?d by Wholesale and Retail.
Lime, Kerosene, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses,
Yeast Pow ders, Concen trated Lye.
Wagon IIarness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips,
Collars, Trace Chains, IHames, Leather.
Tubs, Buckets, Cnurns, Measures, Brooms,
Will duplicate any bill this side of Charles
P. W. CHICK. R. S. CHICK.
A pr. 24, 17-tf.
BY virtue of an order from the Probate
Court, to me directed, I will sell on Wed
nesday, September 25, at the residence of
the deceased in Mollohon, all the personal
property of Mrs. Duckett, deceased, con
Household and Kitchen Furniture.
T Jr . J. CARRINGTON.
Sep. 4, 18372. S. N. C.
The friends of ALLEN ABERNATHY.
respectfully announce him as a candidate
for County Commissioner at the ensuing
election in October next.
O C * N
Possessing powerfL inv:gzora:
These Bitters tre positively iv a
They purify the system, and rill cura
IYSPEPS3 2 *PENEVRDIL TY
a Remittent and Intermittent Eevere,
N VIS E V ME
and are a preventive of Chills and Fever.
All yield to their powerful eflicacy.
ATe an antidote to change of Water and Diet.
to the wasted frame, and correct all
Will save days of suffering to the sick, and
BU E NE ER WE P~oPL
The grand Panace for all the ills of life.
3ITTERS vA T
or Single, these Bitters are un
equalled and have often been the
means of saving life.
.T-R-VON E BO 7 T LE.
ov. 8, '71-45-l1y.
LOYELIE & 1i1EELER
W-il dispose of their entire stock of
Spring & Summer
AT C S1
June 12, 21-tf.
NEW SPHNG T9CK
And well selected
C. F. JACKSON'S,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
My goods are all seasonable, and selected
with great care from the best stocks in the
Northern markets and will be SOLD LOW
ER than ever before. Visitors to Golumbia
will do well to examinc my stock b'fore
Orders promptly attended to
C. F. JACKSON.
Mar. 27, 13-t -4t.
THOMPSON & IONES,
(Graduates of the Pecnnsylvania College of
Office over McFall & Pool's Store.
Qur pa:ients receive the benefit of all the
latest improvements in the profession.
Special attention given to correction of Ir
re.gulari:ies in Children's Teeth.
The patronage of the publbe is respectfully
solicited. Tecrms very moderate.
J. R. THoMPSON, D.D.S.
E. C. JONES, D.D.S.
Apr. 3, '72-14-- f.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS
HIDES, for which the highest market price
wilh be paid at our store.
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
A pr. 17, 16-tf.
Laurensvilie Herald please copy.
10,000 pounds washed or unwashed Wool
wanted at the store of
WEBjI, JONES & PARKER.
Apr. 17, 16-tf.
Lautrensville IFerald please copy.
TWO HUNDRED GORDS TAN BARK
WANTED) at our~ Ta:nery, at Newbe'rr, S.
C. WEB~B, JONES & PARKER.
Apr. 17, 16-tf.
Laurensville Hcrald pleas~e copy.
L AURENS CO., S. C., May 14, 1872.
THANKING our patrons for generous
patronage erended to us in the past, we
again announce that we are prepared to do
all work entrusted to us p.romtptiy and well.
Terms for Roil Carding, ] e e. per !b., (oil
included.) Making Jea:t :t) to :;5e. per
yard. Gassitnere, 60 to Gl5e. per yard.
Blankets, $2.0u to $225, 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. FUL LER & CO.
May 22, 21-tf.
I have now in store a lar:re and e!egant
assortment of MILITARY GOO0D3, em
bracing Hats, Caps, Epaulettes, Swords,
Belts, Butckles, Sashes, Buttons, P!lunes,
&c. Companies furnished on reasonable
terms. WILLIAM GLAZE,
Mar. 13, 11-tf Columbia, S. C.
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, &C.
Just received a full line of Ladies' and
Gent's GoLD WATCHES. Diamond Rings,
Pins, in various styles, Uracelets, GThains,
&c. I am going to sell the goods.
Mar. 13, 1 1-tf Coumbia, S. 0.
Of the best English makers, Breech and
Muzzl: Leading. Parlor Rifis : Ball and
Shot Cartridges for P.elobr Ridles.
me Mar 18 if Columbia- S. C.