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agency of Messrs. Walker, Evans &
ll, reptested by Roswell T. Logan,
is the only authorized agency for this
.Per in Charleston.
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are duly authorized to contract
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tisers to that City are requestedto leave their ta
voras with thshos."
Call at JOHN F. SPECK'S JEWELRY
EMPORIUM and see the largest stock of
Engagement Rings ever brought to this
place. Also a large stock of Clocks just
We will send a copy of our paper and a
copy of "Peters' Musical Monthly" for one
year to any oue sesding ut-$4.50... Our pa
per speaks for itself, and you may know the
value of "Peters' Musical Monthly," from
the fact that every yearly subscriber gets
about sixty Songs, Duets, and Choruses, and
-4rom fifty to sixty Piano pieces, worth at
.at $40. 5-tf.
Agem r No arry Herald
The foo&*, respoiible gentlemen are
utborized to receive subscriptions to this
paper, for which their receipts wil! be good:
At Frog Level-Capt. P. E. Wise.
Pomaria-Capt. Gus. DIcKERT.
Liberty Hall-Mr. L. P. W. RisEE.
Columbia-Dr. E. E. JACKSON.
Kinad's Turn Out-Dr. J. L. Speake.
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AN IMORTANT MATTr.
Just as nopiece of machinery can work
without grease, so no business can be con
ducted without money, the boot and shoe
business especially. The subscribers want
money, must have it, and the appeal is
made for all parties indebted to them to
settle at once, before one or two extremities
are resorted to. Don't put us to extremities.
So=e o(eesaa mcoa bare been open since
28'70. Cdme at once.
ABRAMS & METTS.
Jan. 8, 1-tf.
The Eastnn Atlanta Bnina0 College.
This Institution has achieved a success
which is unpanleled in the histo::y of Com
N ercial Colleges. Starting in Atlanta, Ga.,
we 'y 9th, 1871, with four students, it has al
t5aj ..dy sent out to the business world nearly
othm -HREE HUNDRED STUDENTS toattest its
superior merits. The secret of its wonderful
success is 1st, it is the only College in the
South that is conducted on the ACTUAL Busx
zzas r.ax. 2d, It keeps up, to the letter- of
its advertisements. 31, it is conducted by
men who bae had years of experience as
practical aceountants, business men, and
teachers. The total cost for a full course, in
eluding board, washing, tuition, books, and
stationery will not exceed $130. For speci
mens of Penmanship and College Journal
containing full information, address
G. E. DETWILER, Pres't.,
P. O. Box 536, Atlanta, Ga.
Feb. 5, 5-8.
SOMETDIG To WAau.-Please notice ad
vertisement in this issue, emanating from
the handsomest firm on Mollohon Row.
PREEXTrXENT or GwAN JuR.-This is
an admirable paper, and the suggestions
made are worthy of all acceptation. It will
be read with interest.
PiaRoxE.-Arthur Lane, convicted of
assault and battery, at the October Term of
Court held in Newberry, and sentenced to
four months in jail, was pardoned by the
Governor on Saturday last.
SA NEw ENTEEPIS.-We invite atten
4 tion to the card of the Messrs. Culver Bro
thers in this issue, who are about introducing
the Farmer Cooking Stoves in this communi
' t y. The recommendations which these gen
tlemen have received and which are hero pro
)duced, entitle them to much consideration.
On! JoENi-A lady opened a letter ad
dressed to her husband, who had been called
away from home. It ran thusly:
'!My darling John, when, oh! when will
you come ? I can'; stand another absence
of two days. Come to me at once." When
Jolan returned he found his home uncom
fortably warw> even during the cold weather.
Tun Foun MnL: Housz.-The store of
Major 3.?P. Kiwad, it Is gratifying to note,
is already filled for the season with a choice
stock of goods, selected with his usual care
and nice taste, to suit the multiplied wants
of~tis day and generation. The four mile
house is growing in fame and public favor,
and it will not be surprising if the Major ere
long is obliged to put up a larger house.
A MUDr.L.-The card of friend L. R.
Marshall this week is slightly muddled, and
as we have not time to make it out, the read
er is requested to do so. We imagine he
- ~was suffering from a fisli bone in his throat
Swhen he wrote it. Read down the middle
and up again. We are pleased to say that
the slander of last week has been atoned for,
and made all right. The Herald did have
PEoBiari.rrrEs.--It is very probable that
if the weather continues like it Is at present
there will be more of a similar kind.
It is likewise probable that no change will
take place till fine weather sets in.
It is highly probable too that fine weather
will not set in till there be a change.
Inhabitants of this latitude may safely
conclude that what is to be will be.
MaARAGE NoTZcEs are inserted In the
Herald free of charge, and it is particularly
requested that they be sent in for publication.
Obituary notices not longer than ten lines
are not charged for, but when they exceed
that space are charged at advertising razes.
Commnnientns advancing private Inter
ests, or of a personal character, are charged
as adverisements, but any'thing tending to
advance public interests are not only free,
but are solicited. 5-tf'.
READio RooE.-We take pleasure in in
forming our friends and patrons that we
are now fitting up in a comfortable and
convenient style, the front room connected
with our printing establishment, as a read
ing room, and ere the next issue of our pa
per, will throw it open for their benefit. As
to its fitness, and the features which we
trust will make it attractive, we say nothing
now. Our friends shall decide for them
SUPERIATIVE-A poet of'ardent teniper
ament thus describes some of the wonderful
performances of Dame Nature:
She next mnade woman-so the story goes
With an improved material and art
Gave her a form, the choicest one of those
kThat nmake aught beautiful, and to her
A power to sotten man-and force the rose
its bltsbing tint to her soft cheek impart
Then chopp'd the rainbow up, and with the
"Wi i. harp, active, itelligent
youth, about ffteen years of age, at the
HERALD Office. He must be able to read
and write. A tractable youth, with a still
tongue in a wise head, in connection with
above named requirements, will be kindly
taken c-re of and taught the-Art of Print
ing. -Apply early. -
A woman who can go into a friend's
house in case of sickness or emergency, and
render real service by taking hold of what
ever needs to be done, without asking "shall
T do this or that," is one who can be safely
recommended as the angel of any man's
So says one who knows whereof he speaks,
and any young fellow in search of his angel
can safely "go for" one of this kind.
PROTRACTED BEETING.-In the Metho
dist Charch on Monday night, was com
menced an int:resting meeting, which it is
proposed to continue for several nights. The
Rev. Mr. Shuford, of the Circuit, occupied
the pulpit on the first occasion, and preached
to a large and attentive congregation, the
Pastor, Rev. Manning Brown, closing the
service with appropriate and suggestive re
flections. It is hoped that much good may
NOT OvEE-E5TIXATED.-We have re
ceived from the publishers of Our Fireside
Friend, Chicago, Ill., the chromo "Cute,"
which they give away to every subscriber to
their weekly. We have read much of the
beauty of this picture before seeing it, and
weAow say with pleasure that its value and
beauty has not been over-estimated; we find
it as good as represented. Our Fireside
Friend has successfully reached Its third vol
urie and is already highly prized and widely
known throughout the Union.
WHAT IS WANTED.-Short, crisp, spicy
accounts of any and everything which comes
under the observation of any of our friends.
They will much oblige us by sending for pub
lication anything which they think will prove
interesting to the general reader. By so do
ing they will add to the interest of their
Short communicatiens of personal expe
rience in relation to farm operations, stock
raising, domestic economy, &c., will be glad
ly received, and published. 5-tf.
SELECTrD LoCAL.-The lives of most men
are like water, where but one point receives
and reflects the sunshine, and all around is
in the shade, and if a cloud pass over this
spot, all is obscured. But let thy life be
like the diamond, that, by nature too, only
beams from one spot, but to which the cut
tings of art give light surfaces, so that no
art is dark. Be, then, not in one position
cheerful, but in all; and, however Provi
dence may see fit to treat thee, so let thy
light continue to shine on.
SALE-DAY.-Monday last being one of the
few pleasant days experienced this winter,
and tie roads somewhat dried off, the num
ber of people in from the country was large
ly in excess of former occasions. The retail
trade must have been large enough to glad
den the hearts of our merchants and swell
out their money wallets. Nothing of an un
usual character transpired, or worthy of
The sales of real estate are as follows: 128
acres, $305; 87k, $2,112; I acre and store at
Frog Level, S955; 243, $3.000; 62, $5i75; 157,
$700; 48, $1,920; 831, $710, 120, $1,000.
PRor. Rown.uw.--It was our pleasure on
Friday last to attend a public as well as pri
vate lecture given by the gentleman above
named. Prof. R. is eminently a horseman'
and is thoroughly acquainted with the char
acteristics of the noble animal of which he
treats so ably, as well as all of the various
diseases to which he is liable./ The informa
tion imparted by his lecture we consider in
valuable not only to ns who are not much
of a horseman, but especially so to his class
whose associations bring them einto closet
and more practical relations with the horse
We cordially recommend Prof. Rowland to
the consideration of the public.
CoURT.-After a session of almost two
weeks, court adjourned on Friday last.
It got through with the Sessions docket,
consisting of two murder cases, and a re
spectable number of disreputable suits for
ass ault, &c., which never should have been
allowed to take up important time.
Nothing was done with the Equity busi
ness-and considerable grumbling is heard
We think there is no reason for this
whether the early adjournment or the dissat
isfaction, it is totally unnecessary to say
this being a free country, every one can make
out his own case.
We hold, however, that it is much harder
to sit nearly all of' two weeks on a Bench,
than the same length of time in a Bar1 there
fore if a judge be satisfied it is out of taste
for lawyers to grumble.
Again, the golden rule should always be
charitably remembered, "all work and no
play makes Jack a dull boy."
An engaged young gentleman got
rather neatly out of a little scrape with
his intended. She taxed him with hav
ing kissed two ladies at some party at
which she was not present. He owned
it, but, said that their united ages only
made twenty-one. The simple-minded
girl thought of ten and eleven, and laugh
ed off her pout. He did not explain that
one was nineteen and the other two years
of age. Wasn't it artful ?
BUILDERs' AND CoxmACTORs' SPECIAL
NOTICE.-Doors. Sashes, Blinds, Window
and Plate Glass, Builders' Furnishing Hard
ware, Mouldings, Star Fixtures, Marble and
Slate Mautlepiecer, Encaustic Floor Tile,
Drain Pipe, &c., &c., at lowest wholesale
prices, at the great Southern Factory of P. P.
Toale, Charleston S. C. Send for his price
list.-Jan. 8 1 '..
The almost daily receipt of voluntary testi
Imoulals from every part of the country, from
IPhysicians, Clergymen, old and young, male
Iand female, is sufficient to convince the most
sceptical that DR. TUTT'S EXPECTORA NT
is the most valuable LUNG BALSAM ofthe
age ; many wonderful cures have been per
formed by it.as can be seen by hundreds ef cer
tificates in the hands of the proprietor. Tlry
it and you will doubt no longer.
BAInRIDrGE, GA., September 24, 1869.
Mr. L. H. MI. McTTRE
Dear Friend--Enclosed please find P. 0.
order for five dollars, and I shall have to
apologise for not writing to you before. I
have been quite sick, and very busy when
well, therefore neglected it. You will please
send me per Express two more bottles of
Tutt's Expectorant. It is certainly a splen
did thing for a cough; it has cured me effec
tually of my cough, and also several others
to whom I gave it.
With a thousand thanks for the medicine
you sent me,
I remain your sincere friend,
R. C. SCOTT.
Dr. Tutts Hair Dye is Easily Applied.
NEWBERRY, S. C., February 4.-Cotton 19.
LivFaRPoot, February 3.-Cotton quiet,
but steady-uplands 10a10i; Orleans 10ta101.
NEW YoaK, February 3--7 P. M.-Cotton
nominal; sales 419 bales-uplands 213; Or
leans 21l Gold 13a133.
BALTIXORE, Februsry 3.-Cotton quiet
CHAR LESTON, February 3.-Cotton quiet
good ordinary 18la181; middling 195.
AUGUsTA, February 3.--Cotton in mod
ate demand-middlring 10k.
L. l. SPEERS,
For the erection of all kinds of
Monumental Head Stones,
TOMBS, COMMON GRAVE STONES, &c.
Yard near N. A. Hunter's Shop, New
berry, S. C. Jan. 15, 2-3m.
The State of South Carolina,
To Elizabeth Evans and David Kinard, ab
sent defendants, and legal heirs and re
presentatives of J-hn Kinard, who died
You are hereby required to appear at the
Court of Probate, to be holden at Newber
rv Court House, for Newberry County, on
tie Seventh day of February, A. D. 1873,
to show cause, if any you can, why the Real
Estate of John Kitiard, deceased, described
in the petition of Mary Koon, filed in my
office should not be divided or sold, allot
ting it in portions according to lawv to Mary
Koon, Cathirine Kinard, William D., John
T., George W., Martha G., and Mary A. Bo
land, Eustacie Counts, Wistar Suber, Eve
Kinird, Louisa Kinard, Elizabeth Evins,
Martha Cromer, Jane Cromer, Catharine
Wilson, - Koon, wife of Wallace Koon,
Bachman Cromer, Susan Cromer and David
Kinard, after having first satisfied the mort
gage over the Real Estate of said deceased,
held by John D. Suber, George B. Suber,
Jacob B. Sul-er, William 0. Eeazer and
James A. Welch, as the Executors of C.
Given under my hand and seal, this six
[L. S.] teenth day of January, A. 1). 1873.
J. C. LEADY,
Judge of Probate, Ne%%berry County.
FAIR, POPE & POPE,
To Elizabeth Evans and David Kinard, ab
Take notice, that the object of the peti
tion in this action is to obtain partition of
the premises dcs:ribed in said petition,
which is filed in the office of the Probate
Judge for Newberry County, S. C., to be
made among the paries in interest, accord
ing to law, alter selling so ninch of said
sand as will satisfy the mortgage over the
same. FAIR, POPE & POPE,
Jan. 22, 3-6t. Newberry C. II., S. C.
SI M E,
H. PRESTON & SONS'
Superphosphate of Lime.
Cash, $50; Time, $60.
The Oldest Superphosphates man
ufactured in this Country.
All of the above Fertilizers are made from
the best and finest materials obtainable. The
proportions of each of the ingredients are
sneh as to produce powerful and active Fer
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
General Agents for South Carolina,
No. 128 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
LOVELACE & WHEELER, Agents at
Newberry. Jan. 22, 3-3m.
IVLLIAISTON, ADERSON 0O., 8. 0.
The Spring Session Opens February
Rates per Session of 2') weeks, is anVASCF..
Boad, excluding washing and lights,870.00
Regular Tuition, includir:g Latin,
Greek, and Vocal Music.. 10.00 to 25.00
Iustrumental Music.. ............20.00
Williamston is a quiet, up-country village,
near the mountains, on the Greenville and
Golumbia Railroad, 78S miles from Newber
ry. The Institution is non-sectarian, de
pending for its support upon its own mer
its, and earnestly laboring to elevate the
standard of Female Education.
The Annual Vacation occurs in the win
ter, so that pupils have the benefit of a
summer residence near the
Celebrated William~ston .Chalybeate Spring,
thus improving their health while prosecu
ting their studies.
NoT.-I will leave Columbia on Satur
day morning. Feb. 1, to escort to William
ston any pupils who miay meet me either
there or on the way.
For a Catalogue, address
REV. SAMUEL LANDER, A. M.,
Jan. 1, 1-2m. President.
The LATEST and BEST
HOE for COTTON
Capital for gardens also.
To form an idea of its great adaptability and
wonderful merits, comie and examine. An
invoice just received by
jan 8 1 3MAYES & MA RTIN.
Come and Secure a
from Motte & Tarrant's stock'
>f Fancy Goods, Perfumeries,
Soaps, &c. These goods are
to be sold AT COST. Call,
price them, and you will buy.
THE subscriber expecting to move his
Machinery offers FOR SALE the place
where he is .ow living, with
Two HunIred Aeres of Land
attached. The Dwelling House is a two
story building, otie of the most comfortable
and best looking country residences in the
County, containing seven rooms, lathed and
plastered, with Kitchen (lathed and plaster.
ed) immediately attached to it. The out
buildings are commodious-the stables,
barn and crib, covering about one-third of
ar, acre, are all unici one roof. The soil is
good and water mjoSt excellent. The place
is about six miles fromt the spot where ar
rangernents have been made to locate a De.
pot on the Air Line Railroad.
Twenty lots adjoining same, containing
Fifty Acres o. Land, more or less. These
lanis lie in the fork between Thompson's
& McCool's Beaverdam Creeks. and contain
some bottom as well as upland. They are
nbosLly uncleared and are well adapted to
the raising of cotton, corn, wheat and other
grains. If a purchaser desire he can ob
tain a larger or smaller number of acres
than the above.
One tract on Pack's Creek, at the head of
Jenkins' (formerly Barrett's) mill pond,
containing about Seventy Acres-twenty
acres or more of bottom land, which, to be
rendered as productive as formerly, need
re-ditching. These bottons have produced
over sixty bushels of corn to the acre.
To an approved Co-partner, (a Millwright
preferred) one-half interest in the .Water
Power, Mills and Buildings known as Whil
den's Factory, (Factory Machinery, &c., ex
cepted,) and Two Hundred Acres of Land
irnmedi.iely around and adjoining the
same. The land is of excellent quality,
containing both upland and bottom. The
water power is a very safe one with a fall
of twenty feet or niore.
For terms, which will be reasonable, ap
ply to R. FURMAN WIllLDEN,
Whilde- Hall, P 0.,
Jan. 22, :;-:. Greenville Co., S. C.
IN TIE COMMON PLEAS-NEW
Eliza R. Stewart, Adm'x., vs. Joseph Pear.
son and wife, et al.
Complaint for Relief.
The Creditors of the Eatate of R. Stew
art, dee'd., are required to render in and es
tablish their demands before the under
signed, as Referee, on or before the first
day of March, next.
TIOS. M. LAKE.
Jan. 21, 1873-3-6t. t10
NOTICE FOR SETTLEMENT.
The Creditors of the estate of John Swit
tenburg, deceased, will present their claims,
properly attested, to the subscriber, at his
residence, near Jalappa, S. C., on or before
the 22nd of February, 1S73, as on that day
I will make a settlement on said estate,
and will apply for a final discharge fron
the administration thereof.
WM. L. WATERS, Adn'r.,
With will annexed.
Jan. 22, 3-5t.
ALL persons holding demands ag.ainst
the Estate of Charles Johnston, deceased,
are hereby notified to render the same, at
tested as required by law, to the under.
signed, or to his Attorneys, Messrs. Fair,
Pope & Pope, at Newberry C. H., S. C.
The Estate will be settled at an early
day. D. S. JOHNSTON,
As Adm'r., of the Estate Charles Johnston,
dec'd. Jun. 15, 2-4t*.
State of South Carolina, County of
Newberry.-In Probate Court.
Ex Parte-E. J. Reeder, Admn'x.
Petition to Sell Personal Property, &c.
Pursuant to the order of thne Honorable
James C. Leahy, Probate Judge, I will sell
all the personal property of thre late William
D. Reeder, consisting of
Horses, Mules, Cattle,
Corn, Cotton Seed,
Household and Kiteben Fur-nitur-e,
Agricultural Implements, &c.
At his late residence, on) the 6th day of
Terms of Sale-CASH.
J. J.CARRINGTON, s. . c.
Jan. 22, 3--st. t-10.50.
State of South Carolina, County of
IN PROBATE COURT.
To Mary A. Black arid A. C. Black, heirs at
law of Tranmrore F. Black, deceased:
You are hiere-by required to appear at the
Court of Probate, to be hroldenr at Newber
ry Court House, for Newberry County, on
the 12th day of March next, to shiew cause,
if any you can, why thre proceeds of the
sale of thre real esta te of Trarrmore F. Black,
deceased, sold by me. for partition anrd di
vision, should rnot be paid over to Aaron
M. Dominick, Administrator of the said
Trarnmore F. Bliack, to be applied by him to
the paymernt of the debts of the said Trarn
more F. Black.
Given under my hand nad seal this 27th
[..s.] day of Ja-auary, A. D. 1873.
J. L'. LEAUIY,
Probate Jrrdge of Newberry County.
Jan. 29, 4-rt. f 14.25
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
WrtEAs, The Union Savings Bank of
Columbia, Sornth Carolina, hath nrade
stit to me to grant it Letters of Admin
istration of the Estante and effects of Ephraiw
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and sirgrular, the kin.dred and creditors
of the said deceased, to be and appear be
fore me, in tIre Court of Probate, to be held
at Newberry Court House, on the 7th drty
of February next, after publication hereof,
at 11 o'clock in tIre forenoon, to shrew
cause, if any they have, why the said ad
ministratiorn shiourld not be granted. Given
under my hand this 2-3d day of 4nuary,
Ar'no Dominri, 1873.
JA MES C. LE AHY, r. J. N. c.
Jan. 29, 4--2t.
All persons having demands against the
estate of Thomas W. Caldwell, deceased,
are hereby notified to present tIhe sarme,
properly attested, to my Attorneys, Messrs.
Suber & Caldwell, at Newberry C. H., by
the 1st day of April next; and all persons
indebted to said deceased, either individ
ially or as Administrator of 0. A. Ruther
ord, dec'd., are notified to make prompt
payment to me if they desire to avoid suit,
JOSEPH CALD WELL,
Adw'r, of T. W. Caldwell.
Jan. 29, 4-3t.
WANTED, by a competent and reliable
Bookkeeper to keep a set of Books. For
further iuformation apply at the
Ja..., -fr HERALD OtIE.m
STOCKS OF GOODS
WHAT WE SAY!I
And cordially invite our
friends, customers, and the
TO hM AND SEE
IF IT i8 NOT 80.
For having purchased the
entire stock of Mr. Mathias
Barre, and removed to the
commodious store lately oc
cupied by him, with cur origi
nal stock, we can offer a
Never Before Equalled
McFALL & POOL,~
At M. BARRE'S Old Stand.
All persons indebted to us for 1871
and 1872, are advised to come and
.Tan. 1, 1-tf.
FALL AND WINTER
The ladies are especially invited to ex.
amine my assoi tment, it being
COMPLETE, as well as CHEAP,
and consists of such variety as cannot fail
to please, in
COLORS, QUALITY OR DESIGNS.
In the DRY GOODS department, the as
sortment is also full in
FINE DRESS PATTERNS,
Besides the above my stock of
Ladies and Gents Shoes,
is worthy of attention.
And i:: addition to the above in
GROCERIES AM) SUPPLIES,
For family and plantation use, can be fonnd
the best and cheapest.
To all of which I most respectfully invite
the public attention, with the assurance
that no effort will be spared to give satis
MRS. D. MOWER.
All parties indebted by Memorandum
Account, or in any other way, are earnest
ly requested to come forward and settle
without delay. Mrs. D. M.
Nov. 20, 47-tf.
WITH THE BEST
The Subscribers have now in Store and
are still receiving an unusually large Stock
Warranted in make and material, and which
DETERMINED TO SELL
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Ladies, Misses, Gentlemen and Youths!
Come and examine our elegant,
Well-made Boots, Gaiters,
Shoes and Slippers.
In LADIES SHOES, and
And which will give satisfaction.
All we ask is a call, and an examination,
for we are confident you will shoe your
selves at thbe store of
Sep. 25, 39--tf.
FALL AND WINThR
A full supply of
1100T8 AND 8flOE8,
Hats and Caps,
Graniteville S h irtin gs,
Sheetings and Drills, to Mer
chants in any quantity at
Sep. 18, 38-tf.
ONE OF THE MOST USEFUL
"The Great Industries of
the United States,"
Containing 1,300 pages and 500 Engravings,
being a complete encyclopedia of arts and
mitetd number of cpies for sale at
TH E BOOK STORE.
.Tan. 15, 9-tf.
I,EBB JONES & PARKERe,
WE MUAN HAMNE~
Au ! can show a stock of
Carriages, Buggies, Saddlery,
HARNESS, AND FIXTURES,
Refrigerators, &c., &c.,
generallv, ii this line, which for beauty,
elegance, durability and superioricy cannot
be surpassed in the country.
WE SELL AT FACTORY PRICES,
AND DEff COMPETITION!
Our SADLE and HARNESS MANU
FACTORY is well supplied and turns out
AT THE LOWER STORE
can Le found a choice and large assort
of every character :nd kind, which we will
Low for Cash!
We buy largely of COTTON and give the
top of the market :lways.
All we ask is that the public will favor
us with a call so that an examination may
be made. Remember there are three sepa
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
Oct. 23, 43-tf.
EfIGAGE IN TIME!I
THE BEST OF ALL.
Apply to W.m. F. NANCE,
Or- to A. J. McCAUGHRIN & Co.
Dec 25 52 tf
aye8 & Mart l
Are receiving their FALL SUPPLY of
Ea[oo a9d Dvgy Mal6riaI,
SADDLERY and WHIPS,
IJEMBER WOOD1 PlMP,
E'Id.., ETC., ETC.
Oct. 2, 40-tf.
BUY THE BEST !
The AMERICAN will Last a Life Time.
It is superior to all others for simplicity
It has been pronounced by the best me
chanics the best finished, and made on the
best phlan, of any machine manufactured.
Will sew the finest and coarsest fabrics, no
miatter how much starch. Never drops
atitches, runs light and almost noiseless.
Call and examine for yourself.
Sold on the most reasonable terms and
Inducements to clubs.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Oct. 23 43-tf.
I have reduced the rates of "The Pro
gressive Ag'e," to $2.-50, singie copies, 5
subscr.bers $10.00 ; 10I subscr:bers. $20.00.
TIIOS. P. SLUIER.
A Partner with a small capital. Business
Apply at th! offce.
Bowden and Tappaha
noc Seed Wheat.
1,501 B):heis of prime Seed Wheat, of
the best improved and most popular varie
ties in East Tennessee, to arrive in a few
dayA; samples of which may be seen at our
store in front of the Court low.se.
Also, a large and varied stock of
HEAY AND FAMILY
arrivin; constantly,% hich we propose to
Sell Low for Cash.
of difarnt kinds and
Iron Ties at Reduced Rates.
of the highest. reputation, which we will
sell as LOW as any of equal standing and
We will also purchase nll kinds of
PRODUCE at the HIGH
EST MARKET PRICES,
And sell any kind of produce or goods con
signed to us on the must reasonublc 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
:hases, as we intend to
SELL AS LOW fOR CASH
is such goods can be sold in the interior
inarkets of this State.
And as we shall endeavor to meiit the
:onfidence, we hope to receive the support
Lnd patronage of the trading public.
R MOORMAN & .
Sep. 4, 36-tf.
We have removed
Our Entire Stock of
Boots, Hats, &c.
BETWEEN MESSRS. CHICK'S
AND DR. FANT'S.
WCALL AND SEE
OUR LARGE STOCK.
Sept16 tf LOVELACE & WHEELER.
BAGGING, TIES, &c.,
WHOLESALE AND RETfAIL,
J. H. O'Neill, Agt.
Corner Caid well and Friend Sts.
Opposite Mr. P. Scott, Merchant Tailor,
Eas just received and opening a general as,
choice Fa biI Orocerie
WVHICH WILL BE SOLD
Low for Cash, or courn
I'be public generally are invited
o call and examine my stock be
ore purchasing elsewhere.
The Highest Price Paid for
Sept 25 39 tf
THOMPSON & JONES,
Graduates of the Pennsylvania College off
Office over McFall & Pool's Store.
Our patients receive the benefit of all the
atest improvements in the profession.
Special attention given to correction of Ir
egularities in Childreu's Teeth.
The patronage of the public is respectfully
olicited. Terms very moderate.
J. R. 'THOM[PSON, D.D.S.
E. C. JONES, D.D.S.
Apr. 3, '72-14-ff.
L.. P. PIFER, M. A., : : : Principal.
Eiss FANNIE LEAVELL, : : Asuesant.
Prof. F. WEEEE, : : Musical Dep't.
T HE Exercises of the above School will
ye resumed on TTUESDAY, 7th JANUARY,
Tuition from $12.50t to $22.50 per Session.
Paid in advance or satisfactorily secured.
Pupils will b,e charged from date of en
rance to the end of the Session. No re
luction except in cases of protracted ill
Plain, substantial boarding can be ob
ained with the Principal at $15 per nionthi.
For particulars, &c., apply to
S. P. BOOZEIR, Esq., Sec. B'd.
COL. S. FAIR, Pres't.
Jan. 1, 1-t f.
85 to $20 PerD3 .A:"oaWltei
>le of either sex, young or old, make more mon
yeat wrk orust n h s e moent, a l
e.Address G. Stinson & Co., Portad,