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A;w :r:. e,.n find iUARID BY
THE MONTH with
T . -6, lu-u- A. W. T. SIMMONS.
The Newberry Hotel.
JORDA.N P. POL, Proprietor.
Thi ; Ho:ci hIs under;;:ne recent repairs,
ar.d is n,ow mrore co'n- *:ab:e :nol well! :tp
po"nted that ever. Wi:h a wel:-kept table,
good roons, attentir: to eve;y want, and
ob'iging- servant,. the traveling public will
find it afll th er can k .for
In adhtiu. there i, a Nr.-las bar-rooni
where the in-"i of wii':-, I!:qui:-s and segars
can be had, ::nd ak a bifliard-room at
The Livery s:a.' beonging to the Hotel
is aiso well supplied.
SHACKE.FORD & KELLY,
Faetor., and Gvneral Commission
NO-RT11 ATLANTIC WHARFr,
CHARLEST)7; S. C.
07 Agents for Moro Phillips' Amn:onia
ted Carrihbbe:a: Sea Guano.
W .\V. ckeord. W Ww. A;ten Kelly.
Skep: -25 39 '1,
Thre who nre inebted to me for OFF
CIAL SE11VICE ll p*eae cam' to;%Vard
and pa eoetetitier'nh of' (ctobe'r.
Sep: 2->2 3 . JAMUs C. LEALY.
A'l 'rties a're here'by notific1 that the tax
on th" real estae in the Town of Newberry,
levied under :he ..oral r:di:!!,ees by the
Town Counei. must he pid L', or before the
'!ent' LaY ol' Otober, proxino.
(). I.'st 1111 'E l', Clerk and4 Treas.
I:: 'tacord.m'ee with an "Act to pravide
fi a el h iCeSC , Itr:Id LV the
last 0i:l:ture, itthe Treasuror's Books will
be ope:: to col!iet the Quarte!y Tax due,
on q.; bo - Oct the first, 372. It
must h' pa d pro:nptly or the law will be
enforced. D. R. PHIFER,
Se p. r,':n-:1. Go. Treazurer.
STATE OF0 SOUTH CAROLINA,
ERR; Y CoUNTY.
Bv Jaents G. leahy, 'robate tJudge.
Wireas, .. B. Chappe, hath tmade
Suit to et. to grnt himl Lettter of Ad-ninis
traivo, of the Es:-"te vff e:ects of Mar
t E. Cltas A!!, d.'ceased.
The - ar kthr, f:% to Cite tnd :n:onish
ai :uvwl aintr, t.'i.' kindrda credi.or
of lhe s.At deea1 d, to b n (nd appear be
for- e' in tIe o"o Proba1e, to be held
a Ne-:arrv I on:..I:u, on the Cth day
of October next, ::ter pubileaion hereof,
at 11 oV'o - k in e fort noon, to shew
cause, if any thev have, why the said ad
inilstration should not be -ranwtd. GivC
under nv hand this :4th e..v of September,
Anno Donlni, 82
JAMES C. LEANY, P. . . .
Sep. 25, :;b-2t.
THE Exercise-s of this Institution oper
on the first Monday of October.
Sep. 18, tis-:2.
1 '10 IMges andt
- armteda in Egi
-u:d German. Writ.
en by 20 E.minen
4/higg"%ohn It. U onugih
.3 ""Wnk'REM [ o. Leon Case
"' Edw'ard Hiowland
P .ev E. Edwin Hia!
P ihilip Ripley, Al
bert Bri.bane. lie
"ce G~reeliey. F. UI
P'erkins, etc.. etc.
V -o.rnplete history c
11 branches of in
Jus'try, processes (
manuflact'ure. etc., i a ua:s It is a complet
encyclopedia of arts and m:'nufactures, and
the most enatertainiDnK ard valuable .work of in
formation on subject o' aeneral tte:-e<t eve
oflured to the 1,ubuc. Th 'o'k io to'b agtu
who t:re manking targe sales in all ;.arts ol' tht
contry. it is ofit't'd ait the low pw"e of 83..M
and is the ceatpest book ever so'd by subecriny
tion. We want Agents 'n every town in tht
U'nited States, a ndt no orent can f'i! to do wel
with this book. Ourt terms~ a1' liberal. n e giv
our agents tht. exclusive right ,f territory. Oit
of our agiuts sold I38 copies in eight dr.ys. atu
ther sol 36-3 in two weeks. Our agent in Hart
t<,rd sold 397 in' or.e week. Sp<-eimens of th:
we.rk re:nt to r.-,rA~ on re'ceipt of stamp. Fo
c::-cu>:is ard te'rms to ogents, addres" the pub
lishters. S::mple copie< of this book sent to an;i
addreCS ott receipt ot' re-ice.
J. B. 1BL:Il!t & H YDE, Pulishiere.
ltx-truod. Co:m . Chica;;o I11i Cincinnati. Ohi<
Or. GOTTLEB FISOH'S BITTE23
This preparation of the
great Scientist, Dr. Gott
lie b F'isch, of Germany, 1.
'a based on the fact that, at
- all materials of the bod3
;-are derived fronm Food. sc
"" au Vital Force, or Health
is derived from the Force
Sstored up in Food. Dr
Fasch's Bitters enables th
System to liberate anc
ec - appropriate these Forces
creates Appetite, curel
Dyspepsia, with its result
ing Dbility and lack o
Nervous Energy; so tones
the Stomach anid Li' a
to make Constipation an<
liiousness impossible; r:
- infores the System so
can tide over bad results c
chanrgin' climate, wate:
&-e.. and%ett er endure th<
demands often unexpec
tedly made on its Fore
and'Energy. Ladies in de
li cate health, aged person:
and all emaciated and
weak after sickness. wil
4:.: rapidly str engthen b;
~asng this5 great preparation.
LM'giF E. yfsE & DAVIS. Ar'ents. Chiarle
to:, - (. Nov'. 1, 'Tl-4r--y. e-o-w
FUlR OCTOBER, 1872.
IVY vir':te. sundryi' Executions to ra
dtreted, I will sell ait pulic outcry, at ti
store of 'lestrs. 31otte & Tarraunt, at1
o'coe: A. I. on :londay, Oct. 7, 1S7:
th' e ollo" w" i, t o-w it
The en i're't stock-in lots to suit-of
In fact eve':y ing uts'u!!v kept in a fr
cu Drt:.: Store.
J1. .J. *'1RRINGTON, S. N. C.
niude to the ntx: I'At:re for' chaterct
berry (oat. I!- I- i'tLK,
'S ~'). ,-i. For: Church Council.
Ph'rme Red O'ats.
'S :: i-'rrTI RE2D OA
ESUB "SHED 18"7
FALL A-N) 11INTER
A full s:pply of
00T8 :ND SHOES,
ilals aid Caps,
IA ivf F00T e.
Sheetings and Drills, to Mer
chants in any quantity at
Sep. 1-m, mS-t f.
I would respectfully inform my
friend and the publie generally. that
I have just
Received and Opened
MY JEYR 8TOE,
ONE OF T/1E L AROEST
BEST SELEtTED) ST001(8
EvWr offerPd in NEWBERRY. My
stiecn.-ists in part of Ladies and
Gold & Silver Watches,
Stemn and Key Winders. both Swiss
SLadies and Gents
Of all1 pattern.
SSets and half sets
- Aiwaya on haud a large stock of
Of the very bes quality.
0 a'1 kn s
Of all :se4;i ::-: t orer
Th 'J1i.:hti 'r. ::i !
OL1D Go12 AND) SILVER.
Give mec a e:dll b.efore purchasing
~All goods sold wn:rranted as repre
Always on hand a la2rge stock of
Spectacles & Eyeglasses,
eCall anid examine my stock.
JOHN F. SPECK,
Newberry, S. C., Sep. 16, 187>-3S-tf.
BY au:thori:y vested in us by the las
will and testair.enlt of Robert Carmiical
de'd., we will sell at the late residence o
l:zabeth Carmient. dee'd., on the
24)tha Day of October' Next
ll the I Prsonal ProperLy of the said deed.
''caed of Cattle.
1 Set lackszath Took
IT u1ch ld and Kitehen Fuirniturc
on the same day anel piace, we Wi
-~ RtEate of said de,'d., cot
o : ares to 100 acres ech. Pbal
sh~own and information givenl cor
cr n: any of the lands, ca applcation] I
ett'e' of the Ex'cutors. Terms mad
S : ' n l, 4.
i : . iow.
New York, Supt. 10, 1872.
ESSRS. 1. BARIRE & SON
Dear Father I am now about through
with my purchases of Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, lat, Caps, &c., and have only to
say I have aiven uncsuai attention this
season to the selections.
I have bought the stock under the late de
ciine, and you w:ll fin-i it superior in style
and at as tow pices as any house in the
Staze has houht in this market.
You c:n therefore offer i:tducements to
our friends and customers, and feel confi
dent that no houe can tdersell us or ex
hibit a stock so attractive.
JOHN J BARRE.
AL JL T IIIM 11.iNE HEI1111
And at the -tore of
MI B EARRl"o'1 E WAS,'1
Where the Latest Novelties
Of the Season
Have Just Been Received,
Can be fourd in
Silks, Poplins and Dres G o generall,
Tr imming, Chienons,
Era etE, Colognes,,
Brushes, &c., Nc.
Gientlermen's Outfitting generally.
Our stock of fine
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS,
For Ladies, Gertlenen and Youth, togeth
HEAVY SHOES AND BROGANS,
I is large and well selected, as is also our
I assortneat of
ALL STYLES HATS.
Beside. the above our stock of
All grades of Sugars,
Coffee, Rice, Flour,
I Is CHOICE AN CHEAP!
These goods have been selected with care,
bought low, and consequently
WILL BE SOLD AT SMALL
and nll we ask is that our friends in town
Iand country make an examination before
barintg el ewhere.
M. BARRE & SON.
Sep. 18. 38-tf.
We have removed
Oinr Ettre Stock of
Boots, Hats, &c.
BETWEEN MESSRS. CIIICK'S
AND DR. FANT'S.
W CALL AND SEE
OUR LARGE STOCK.
SeptI16tf LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Dr. E. H.GREENE,
In charge of the Branch Officee to Dr.
PIIL AELPHI IA B3EL LEVUE INSTITUTE
I CH IARLOTrCE, N. C.,
Will he at
Chieraw, S. C.. Principal Hotel, Oct. 9.
Stuter, S. C.. P'rincipatl Hotel. Ort. 10.
Newberrv, S. C., Pools Hontel, (jet 11
IColumbia, S. C., Nickerson's Hotel, Oct. 12.
For the purpo-e of seeing any who may
wish to consult him withon tavisit to Char
lotte, with refcrence to CANCER, and all
CANCERoUs DIsEASES, Scrora Ia, Epilepsy,
CALL AND SEE HI.
Sep. 18, J8-4t.
State of South Carolina, Newbrry.
In Common Pleas.
Laura E. Nance vs. R. D. & J. K. G. Nance,
Mary W, Nance vs. R. D. & J. K. G. Nance,
THE creditors of the Estate of Frederick
Nace, deceassed, are required to render
an establiTh th:eir respectiVe demands, be
fore the undersigned, on or before the first
da of November, 1872.
By order of the Court.
SILAS JTOINSTONE, Referee.
Newberry C. H., S. C., Sept. 10, 1872.
-WE are prepredl to grit d from one to
one hundIred aind fifty bushtels Corn per day,
and will furnish free tran tsportation of their
grain to and fronm our miil for our patrons
Ifree of charge.
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
Apr. 17, 16--tf.
Is lheeb iven that approved School
Ordes, payable to the undersigned, of
Jese C. Smith, E.sq., School Comtmis::ioner,
oNewbrry Co,unty, for the months of Janu
.rv Febrary and ~Mrh, 1872, have beer
lo" Th Cou'ay Treasurer and all othert
FOUR OR FIVE THOUS
AND ACRES OF FINE
BY virtue of a:i order from the Cirenit
Court fur Greenviile Co:rty, we wi;l seil
b,-ore the Court Homse dour, on Zah- soay
in October nex:, to thz highest bidder, th"e
following lands, to wit:
One Tract in Greer - i*e Count, five miles
above the City of Greetnvi', liing ot: both
sides of the Air Li-.. Raili oad, and of the
Rutherford Roa,. containing about One
Thoui.rand Acres, and known as the Motin
tain Creek Track.
One Tract, c i in fiom Four to Five
Hundred Acrez, lyint bet tien the Pendile
ton and A erso. Roads, :,i!on bh : sides
of the Easiey' . or Towns' Bid"C Road.
One Tract, uf abont Four liunanred Acres,
lying between the .Jidern;: and Grove
Ntalls, and in both ides of the Greenville
One Trac:, of about Fourteen 1imihedi
Acrei, lying between thei Grove andI1 Auny.
ta Ruads, 1n both sidls of th00 So1 and
North Forks (i' Brhy ek, and k-;own
as the Brushy Cre!k Trict.
One Tract, of about Twelve Hundred
Actes, known as the Lauiel Creek Tract.
One Lot of Seven or Eight Acres, lyin-r
t.i the corporate litits of Ihe City o"
Greeivile, trontina o:: Peindletoin an-1 An
derson Streets, and adjoining .ands of
Gaines, Stradley and othe.s.
The n'ave lands are almost entirely 'in
the or; forest, and thu extreme outer
lii.its o A portion of them is more than
six miles from the City limi;s-some of them
are entirely within the City, others partly
within and partly without, and others froni
a half to five and six miles miles distant.
The different Trtcts will he sub di%ided in
to Tracts of fro:n Thirty to Fifty Aeres to I
suit purchasers, and Plats of the same will
be exhibited on the day of sale, aijd 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
nart of Greenville County, on waters of
Beaver Darn Creek, and adjoining lands of
I. F. Whilden and others.
One Tract, known as the "Gap Creek
Tract," lying .mn both sides of the Old Gap
Creek Road and Gap Creek, containing Fif
teen Hundred or Two Thensand Acres, and
extending to the North C:rolina Line.
TERMS.-Oae-third Ca--h; balance on
credit of twei-;e mimbonhs, secured by Note
and Murtage of premises. Purchasers to
pay ;'or stamps and papers.
If all the Tracts are not sold on Sale-day
iu October, the sale will contioue from day
to day until all are disposed of
V. A. McBEE,
Executors of Vardry MclBee, deceased.
Sep. 25, 39-21t.
STATE OF SOUTIH CAROLINA,
IN pursuatnce of atn act of the General
Assembly approved March: 1, 18S7o, entitled
"Atn act, providing for the gener.dl election
and the manner of condnuing thle same,
anended by an act approved March 12,
172, an election will be held in the several
counties of this State on the T HIRD WED
NESDAY, being the 13th day of October,
for the following State, Legi.-lative, Coun
ty and Congressional oflicers, to serve for
the next ..wo and four years, as provided
by the State constit unon and acts of Con
gress of tile United Stiates, to wit : Gov
ernor. Lieutenant Governor, Attorney Gene
ral, Secretary of State, State Trea.,urer,
Comptroller General, Supierinitendant of
Education, Adjutant and Inaspector General,
membets of the G;eneral Assenmbly, Solici
tors in the several judicial circuits, and for
the various countty tillices, together withi
one Menmber of Congress to represent thte
State at large, and Representatives in the
respective Congressional Districts.
At the said electioni the following ametnd
ments to the State Constitution will be
submitted to the voters for ratification or
rejection, to wit:
I1st. Amendments relating to change of
time of holding general elections.
Strike out all that portion of Saction XI
of Artic!e 2, following the words "eighteen
hundred and seventy" occurrinug in the
fourth anid fifth line's, and insert the fol
lowing: "And forever thereafter, on the
first Tuesday following the first Monday in
November, in every second year, in such
manner arid at t ch places as tihe Legisla
ture may provide." The manner of voting
on this amendment shall be as follows:
I'nose in: f,vor of the amendment :-hall
deposit a ballot with the following w;ords
written or printed thereon, "Constitutional
Amnendmuent-Yes." Those opposed to said
aendmient shall cast a ballot with the
following words written or printed thereon,
2d. Amenment relating to the further
increase of the piihlic debt of the Stare, as
follows : Article XVI, "To the ind that tile
pblic debt ot South Carolina may not
hereafter be increase1 without the due con
sideration, and free consent of the people
of the State, the General Assembly is htere
by forbidden to ctcate any fuirther debt or
oligation by the loan of the credit of the
State, by guaraintee, endorsement or other
wise, except for the ordinary anad curret
bsiness of the State, without first subuit
ting the quaes tiotn as to the creation of any~
such new debt, gutaran:tee, endorsemenit or
loan of the credit to the people of this State.
at a general election ; and unless two-thirds
of the qualiSied voters of this State voting
on the question shall be in favor of a fur
her debt, gtuaranatee, endorsement or loar
of this credit, none shall be created or
The manner of voting on this amendmnent
shall be as follows:
Those in favor of the amendment shall
deposit a ballot with the following words
written or printed thereon, "Constitutional
Amendment, Article XVI.-Yes."
Those opposed to the amendment shall
Icast a ballot with the following words writ
Iten or printed thereo,---Con:stitutional
Aendment Article XVI.-No."
All bar-rooms an'. drinking saloons shall
be closed orn the day of election, and any
person who shall sell any intoxicatirng drink:
on the day of election, shall be guilty of:a
misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof
shall be fined in a sum not less than ont
hudred dollars, or he imnp'isonedl for
period not less than one muontha, nor more
than: six months.
The Commissioners and Manasgers of
Eecion:, and ea:ch of then:, arc herebyi
required. with strict regLrd to the provisions
of the Constitution and laws of the State,
touhing their duty in suich cace, to cau:s
such electionis to he held in thaeir~ respectivt
counties on the day aforesaid, and to takt
.all reeessiry steps for the holding 0
such elections, and for the ascertaining ant
determinin:g the persons who shall hay
been duly zlected thereat, according to tha
Irules, principles and provision prescribet
y the Act and Amendmnent thereto, afore
In: witness whiereof', I have hereunto se
myn hand an:d caused the Great Sea
oh the State to be affixed, at Colum
(.. s.] bia, the 10th day of September, A. D
18'iS, and in thte ninety-seventh yea
of the Independence of the Unite<
States of America.
* ROhERT K. SCOTT, Governor.
F. L. Caainozo, Secretary of State.
M[XT iE SOLD!:
OUR LARGE STOCK OF
Gent"s fu[nishig Goods, &k,
Mut be sold to enable us to make the
proposed improveet in our store this iall.
FRENCH CASSIMERE PANTS
Will be mad- to order for $12.00-for
AT COST OR LESS.
20 PER CENT. FROM FORMER PRICES.
He. &W CV 1, SWAiFFIELD,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Se p. 11, '17-tf.
Bowden and Tappaha
noc Seed Wheat.
1,500 Bashel- of p-ime 9eed Wheat, of
the best 'proved d most popular varie
ties in Fast Tennessee, to arrive in a few
davs, ,ampies of n.hiCh may be seen at our
store in front of the Court House.
Also, a h.rge and varied stock of
HEAY AND FAMILY
arriving constantly, which we propose to
Sell Low for Cash.
of different kinds and
Iron Ties at Reduced Rates.
of the highest reputation, which we will
Sll as LOW~ as any of equal standing and
Wet wilt 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
ebases, as we intend to
SELL AS LOW FOR CASH
as such goods can he sold in the interior
markets of this State.
And as we shall endeavor to merit the
cor.fidence, we hope to receive the support
and patronage of the trading public.
R. MOM1A & C0.
Sep. 4, 36-t f.
If You Want Anything Known,
Want a Cook,
N urse. House,
I Horse, Cow,
Or Anything Else, Advertise
If you have for sale
Furniture, Dry Goods,
If you want anything 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.
Fnmlby LIM E.D IW .
Spring and Summer Styles, 1872.
Dress Suits, Stylish Business Suits, its
latest stvles. A su.perior line of Shirts,
warranted of best naterii and workman
ship. Fashionable Scarfs and Neck Ties.
Fine Cloths and Gassimeres in the Piece or
by the Pattern, &c.
Persnns deiring to purchase to advan
t-11e w.uid find it to their in:erest to favor
me with a call. P. SCOTT.
Mjr. 20, 12-tf.
THE subqciibers respectfully inform the
citizenz of Newberry and surroundit-, coun
try, that they have entered into a partner.
ship in the
Tanning and Mill Business,
The manufacture of
Harness and Saddles,
A,.d the sale of
Baggies, Carriages, and Saddle
and Harness Hardware,
Wholesale and Retail.
Strict attention will be paid to business,
and a fine stock constantly kept on hand.
An c.uanination of our stock is solicited.
WEBB, JONES & PARKER,
wv. n. w7F'1. I r.. j. jo-,:s. I w. r. PRnYR.
Apr. :, 14-tf.
Laurensville Herald please copy.
THOSE indebted to us must positively
make some arrangements to pav us very
soon, or we will be obliged to leave our Ac
counts in the hands of an officer for collec
tion. We can make no exception in case
of anybody. MOTTZ & TARRANT.
June 26, 26-tf.
DR. C. W. ABNEY
Offers his services to the community at
large. Office opposite 0ol. Wi. F. Nance's
residence, next. door above A. R. Church,
lormerly occupied by Dr. T. W. Thompson,
deceased. July 31, 31-tf.
1IORRIS COTTON GIN
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 d.scription
executed with neatness and dispatch, by
July 24, 30)-3m COLUMBIA, S. C
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 tricir attention.
April 10, 15-tf.
Gur CARDING MACHINES are in first
rate order, and turning out the BESTI
ROLLS at ONLY 10) ets. per lb. if oiled
if not, 2 cents extra. Our wagons will be
int Newberry once every two weeks, and
Wool left with Messrs. Mayes & Martin. will
be receive~d, carded and returned FREE OF~
CHI ARGE for transportation. The contin
ned patronage of the citizens of Newberry
solicited, and satisfaction guat anteed.
R. S. & J. W. GOODGION.
Sep. 11, 37-3m.
A. P. PIPER, M. A., : : : Principal
Miss FANNIE LEAVELL, :: Assistant
Prof. P. WERBEER, : : Musical Def t
THE Exercises of the above School will
be resumed on WEDNESDAY, 25th SEP.
Tuition from $2.50 to $4.50 per month.
No Incidental 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 particnlars, &c., apply to
S. P. BOOZER, Esq., Sec. B'd.
COLj. S. FAIR, Pres't.
Sep. 4, 36-ti.
The State of South Carolina, County
of Anderson.-In the Commior
Lydia A. M. VanWyck, Surviving Plaintiff
vs. Mary Maverick. Samnuel Maverick.
Geo. M. Maverick, Willie Maverick, Mary
B. Maverick, Albert Maverick, G. J. Hotus
ton, E. A. M. Hotuston, Emily M. Wey
man, Josephine Bryan, Samn'l M. Thomp
son, and Thomnsone, his wife, Defendants
-Order for Sale of Land in Newberry
BY virtue of a Decretal Order of hi:
Honor Judge Orr, in the above stated ease
I will sell on Monday, the seventh day o
October, now next ensuing, all that tract o
land belonging to the Estate of the lati
Sam'I M;vrick, situate in the County c
Newberry, known as Tract No. 1, or
branches of Camping and Crims Creeks
and watters of Broad River, containing ac
cording to a survey Three hundred an<
Te.ns of Sale.-One-third cash, the bal
ance in two equal annual instalments, to b
paid in one and two years, with interes
from the day of sale to be paid annually
The purchaser will be permitted to pay th
whole amount or any part thereof on th
day of sale. The purchaser to enter int
Bond iith two or more good sureties fe
the nurchase money. Titles will be execu
ted b>ut tnot delivered until the whole pur
chase money is paid.
J. J. GARRINGTON, S.N. C.
Sep. 9, J872-37-4t. t18.O(
Jane Mosier, Plaintiff, Fi Fa
William Hlatton,Defendant, Execution.
BY virtue of an Execution to me direc1
ed, in the above case, I will offer for sal
at Newberry C. H., on Monday, the Sevens
day of October next ensuing, all that trac
of~land lying and being sittuate in Newberr
County, cor taining One Hundred and Seve
Ares, more or less, and bounded by lanc
of George Feltman, lands formerly owne
by George Tcrnipseed, and other lands<
Dr. Hatton, thte property of Dr. Batton.
Terms will be known on day of sale.
.J. J. CAR RLNGTON, S. N. C.
Sep o, w;---a 9.
C OMP ANY
ME11P! S, TENNESSEE.
ASSETS - - $1100,000.
HON. JEFFERSON DAVYIS,
GEN. WADE 11AMPTON. Yiec
Preiden,t. and Sup-rintenda.nt of
J. ). K ENNE)Y. State Aue:t.
J. i:. "-LENN. Agcnt Newberry Co.
Anmong its Directors are some of the
first~QT ba0*sieno th.- coutntry.
We gar.nt'O hoIety of mangeCut,
i. e. sp.dy settle-m.nt of lossez.
Jiulv 10, '72-2'-1y.
Let us ilave Peace,
BT KP FULL!
W'H11CH you can by calling and buying
some FULTON MARKET B.EF and Fine
PICKLED SALMON, and SUGAR CURED
Also, on Consignment, TEN BALES OF
Next to Messrs. McFall & Pool, ou the
May 22, 21-tf. Fifth Avenue.
WE ARE NOW SUP
For the Spring and Simmer, with such a
Stock of Gentlemen'sand Youth's C.orOINo,
as only could have been purchased
And can fit out in any style of make or va
riety of material
ONE TO TWO THOUS
Men and boys. Our Stock of Furnishing
Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Cravats,
Truiks, Valises, &c., beides the large as
sortment of Clothing above mentioned, we
TO BE DISTRIBUTED
All over the country, and to effect so desi
rable an object, offer BARGAiNs
TO THOSE IN NEED
Of anything in our line, and hefore the as
sortment is broken, it is best to
At our Clothing Emporium
What you want. We warrant goods. guar
antee low prices, and feel -atisfied that all
can be sUITED for
At the Store of
~1R1Il & C9PP9OCL
May 1, 18-f
P. W. & R, 8.-0ElltK
(At Stewart's Old Corner)
HAVE JUST RECEIVED and OFFER
At Lowest Cash Prices,
A large and varied stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
Dress Goods: Grenadines, Japanese, Le
no3, aplins, Piques.
Notions: Gloves, Hosiery, Suffs, Collars,
Best brand of Calico at 124c.
Choice lot of Shoes, warranted].
Parasols, of all colors and sizes.
GENTLEMEN's DEPA RTMNE.T.
Cassimeres, Linen, Cottonadee, Hats,
Boots, Shoes, Cravats.
Pens, Ink, Paper, Envelopes, Pencils.
Pocket Knives, Knives and Forks, Razors.
IHes, Nails, Hatchets, Hammers, Locks,
Bells, Rakes, Axes, Coffeec Mills, Sauce
Pans, Tea Kettles, Frying Pans, Smnoothing
Factory Thread by Wholesale and Retail.
Lime, Kerosene, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses,
Yeast Powders, Concentrated L e.
Wagon Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips,
Collars, Trace Chains, Hlames, Leather.
Tubs, Buckets, Churns, Measures, Brooms,
fWill duplicate any bill this side of Charles
P. W. CHICK. R. S. CHICK
A pr. 24, 17-tt.
Blessed is Hie Who Eivies the
Peol Cha Fod
1,000 lbs.HASt12c per lb.
Fine lot fresh sugar-cured Bacon StriDs.
The long expected Smoked Beef Tongues
)Next to Messrs. McFall & Pool's on the
rJune 12, 24-tf Fifth Aven'
The friends of BlURREL HARRIS res
pectfully anno'mees him as a candidate fo
County Commissioners at the next ensi
tuly 10, 29-tf.
Nomination for Sherif.~
J. Ed. Peterson is respectifully nominate:
l>v his many friends for the Sheriffalty
this County, at the enem;ng e1ectioc. W
deem h im a mnost suitable per on for thi
iportant office. NEWBERRY.
d The friends of ALLEN ABERNATI1'
respectfully announce him as a candidal
for Gonntyr Commissioner at the ensin
election in Uc:ober next.
jJn-e 23 M-tf.
Possessing powerful invigOMratU
These Bitters are positively ir.va luam' ia
They purify the system, and wi:i cure
6 pemittent and Intermittent Fevers,
and are a preventive of Chills and Fever.
]N S0 2 S K E aDEr
All yield to their powerful efficacy.
Are an antidote to change of Water and Diet.
-M I 4SO Tu1V0
to the wanted frame, and correct all
R. -goART MFT B E
W2 save days of suffering tc the sick, and
MORS NEEMEL P'E PLE . ,NII19 o
The grand Panacea for all the ills of life.
M mlY InyoungorOld,
or Single, these Bitters are un
equalled and have often been the
means of saving life.
T.R V...O N E BOTTLE .
ov. b, 314-ly
LOELIE & REELER
Will dispose of their entire stock of
Spring & Summer
June 12, 24-tf.
N PRE G' STO(K
And well selocted
C. F. JACKSON'S,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
My goods are all seasona.ble, and selected
with great care from the best stocks in the
Northern markers and whl 'o- SOL.D LOW
ER than ever before. Visitors to Golunmbia
will do well to e:amnine n.v s:ock before
Orders promptly attended to
THOMPSON & JONES,
(Graduates of the PennsyIvania College of
Office over McFall & Pooi's Store.
Our patients receive the bCuent of all the
latest 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. It. THOMPSON, D.D.S.
E. C. JONES, D.D.S.
Apr. 3 '-1-tf.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND P(YUNDS
h!DES, for which the highest inarket price
will be paid at our store.
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
Apr. 17, 10-:f.
Laurensville flerabi please copy.
1'',(000 pounds washed or unwashed Wool
wanted at tic store of
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
A pr. 17, 16-tf.
Lautrensville Herald please copy.
TWO HUNDIBED CORIM TAN BARK
WANTED :it our Tannery, at Newberry, S.
C. WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
A pr. 17, 16-tf.
Laurensville Herald please copy.
L AURENS CO ., S. C ., May 4, 1S72.
THANKING our patrons for generous
patronage ex'ended to us in the past, we
again announce th-it we are preparedt to do
all work entrusted to us promp:iy and well.
Terms f;2. Roll Carding, lge per lb., (cii
includeo.) M.akittg JTe.2t, 30) to ::5c. per
vard. Cassimnere, Go to r5c. per yard.
Blankets, $2.00 to $2.25, the customer find
ing ti-e wool Other work as heretofore.
We give the highest market rates for
Wool in exchange for the products of our
B. J. Ramiage, Esq., is our Agent at New
berry. A. C. FULLER & CO.
May 22, 21-tf.
I have now in store a large and elegant
assortmenut of MIILITARY GOODS. em
bracing Hlats, Caps, Epanlettes, Swords,
Belts, Buckles, Sashes, Buttons, Phunes,
&c. Comnpanies fi:rnished on reasonable
terms. WILLIAM GLAZE,
Mar. 13, 11-tf Columbia, S. C.
WATCHES, DIAIONDS, &C.
SJust re::eived a full line of Ladies' and
fGent's GO)LD'WATCHES, D.amtor.d Rings,
Pins, in various styles, Braceie:s, Ghains,
&c. am oingto s -11 the goodS.
a g WILLIAM GLAZE,
Ma.1$, 1-f Columbia, S. C.
eOf t';e t est'English makers, Breech and
Mczdl Leadn;. Parlor Rifles; Ball and
Shot Cartridges for Parior PR fies.
we a 1MeColumVri, 8. 0.