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P, paper in Charleston.
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tiWers in that Ciy are requated to leae their Is
Yors with tis houe."
Cal at JOHN F. SPECK'S JEWELRY
EMPORWM and see the largest stock of
Esgaeatent Rings ever brought to this
place. Also a large stock of Clocks just
We wil send a cdpy of our paper and a
copy of "Peters' Musical Monthly" for one
year to any one sending as $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
from MW to sixty Piano pieces, worth at
tee least $40. 5-tf.
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-The lication anything which they think will prove
rith interesting to the general reader. By so do
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WA=rTD.-A sharp, active, intelligent
youth, about ifteen years of age, at the
HEVa.LD 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 ctre of and taught the Art of Print
ing. Apply early.
AN XNoTANT MATTEIL
Just as no piece of machinery can work
without grease, so no business can be con
ducted without mony, the boot abd 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.
Some of these accounts have been open since
1870. Come at once.
ARAMS & METTS.
Jan. 8, 1-tf._____
The 3.ama Atlsta Basiness Collage
This Institution has achieved a success
which is unparralleled in the history of Com
mercial Colleges. Starting in Atlanta, Ga.,
4 May 9th.18711, with four stndents, it has al.
' ready sent out to the business world nearly
THREE HUN~DRED STUDENTS tosittest its
superior merits. The secret of its wonderful
success is 1st, it is the ouly College in the
South that is conducted on the Acruir. Bust
xss .&x. 21, it keeps up, to the letter ol
its advertisements. 3d, it is conducted by
men who have had.years of experience si
practical accountants, business men, and
teachers. The total cost for a full course, in
cluding board, washing, tuition, books, and
stationery will not exceed $130. For specd
inus of Penmanship and ollege Journa
containing fhU information, address
G.. E. DETWILEE, Pres't.,
P. O. Box 5i36, Atlanta, Ga.
Feb. 5, 5-St.
Y. J. Pope, Esq., has been appointe4
Notary Public by the Governor.
Rev. J. A. Broadus. D. D., of Green
ville, will preach (D. V.) in the Baptis
Church of this place next Sunday, ths
A asAn or AL..-SO says that popula:
Columbia Dry Goods Merchant, -Mr. C
F. Jackson. ~Ahead of all in sellinj
cheap goods to make room for Sprin,
Stock. If bargains are wanted he wil
.< give them.
STANDARD FRnI.UZEEs-The attentiol
of farmers is invited to the card of W. I
Bradley's S:andard Fertilizers in thi
week's paper, of which 500 bags ar
now in store and for sale by Messrn
J. E. Webb & Co.
PaOTRacTED MEETING-The meetin
commenced here on Monday week in thi
Methodist Church is still mn progres:
We are pleased to state, that the congra
gations are large and deeply attentivr
and the promise for a work of graci
under thbe infiuence of the Holy Spirn
is being made manifest.
Cou DowN HANDSoM.-In view <
the fact that the Gity Council of Phihi
delphia has appropriated half a million
dollars to aid the Centennial cause, wh
can't the Town Council of Newberr
came down handsomely also. The sui
gestion is simply thrown out, and wed
not presume to advise. A quarter of
million would suffice for Newvberry.
A LoNG FELT WANT.-We invite atte'
tion to the card~ of Messrs Russell & Su
livan, whose purpose it is to contract f<
building and house-carpentry generalla
and a heavily framed building 25x80, at
ollfii 16x80, with draughtsman's offi<
15zi2O are now being added to their a
ready extensivo establishment. P!ar
and specifications will be furnished:i
very moderate charges, and contrac
made t., erect buildings in any part
the State. In addition they are erectir
heavy machinery so as to mnanufactu
frame buildings for shipment, the ere
tion of which will be contracted for.
We add further, that the manufactu
of building 'material will be conducts
as heretofor e by Mr. Russell, under tl
old i.- na-e f n P RusseA &.
PAstoxAL.-We correct a statement
which appeared in the Columbia Caro
linian one day last wee", viz: "That
Rev. W. D. Rice had accepted a call to
the Newberry Baptist Church." As this
might lead to a misconception we state
that the call is to ML Zion and Bush
River Baptist Churches in the County,
and not to the New berry Baptist Church
in the town, over which the Rev. John
Masss. WEARN & Hix.-We notice
with pleasure that the magnificent Art
Gallery of these gentlemen is now com
plete in all its parts. The conception of
the woik on this building shows the ar
tistic taste of its projectors, as well as
the enterprise in an outlay which reflects
credit not only on themselves but on the
city of Columbia, for the gallery is one
of the finest and most attractive in the
business part of the city. And its exte
rior decoration is not greater than the
view which presents itself to the eye of
the inside beholder. We doubt if a hand
somer Art Building,or one so completely
adapted to its requirements can be found.
Visitors to the city will be repaid to visit
OuR READING Room.-Modesty forbids
us saying much about the reading room
which has been fitted up without regard
to cost, for the benefit of patrons and
the great' public generally. We cannot
help complimenting the gentlemen whose
genius, taste and skill have all combined
to make it, from the handsome index
sign pointing the way into tho cosy re
treat, the beautiful floor covering, the
handsome stove, the charming chromos,
the elegant curtains, the comfortable
lounge, down to the convenient reading
desk, what it is, a perfect gem of a read
ing room. It will be thrown open for
inspection on this Wednesday morning,
and a cordial invitation is extended to
the publhc to look in and admire. M->.
desty forbids further mention.
Brethren of the Press in noticing this
happy featui e, are requested not to shock
the modesty, twice alluded to, by any
very extravagant mention.
WHAT WILRi TiEy ?-Just as we were
going to press last week a pair of sad
colored, large sized birds were turned
over on our table by the Express Com.
pany, with card attached, showing that
they cane from E. E. Davies & CQ., pro
prietors of the "Useful Store," where all
kinds of stomach timber, in the shape of
New York and Domestic Poultry, Game,
Fisb, Oysters, and other good things are
abundantly kept. What the species, we
have not learned yet, and whether grouse,
prairie chicken or pheasant can't be de
termined, but this much is known, that
when served up in a bake and,nicely
stuffed it made no difference as to name,
so deliciously toothsome were they.
Messrs. Davies & Co.'s Useful Store is
next to Dr. Jackson's in Columbia, and
if anybody wants a particularly good
dinner some day, we advise them to
write to him a day or two before band.
They will accept our thanks for sending
IT WiL.L NEvrx Do.-Laurens is so
far ahead of Newberry in the way of
marrying and giving in marriage, that as
the representative conservator of the
character and standing of our dearly be
loved County, we feel constrained to call
attention to the matter and ask that
something be at once done in this behalf.
In one week the Laurens County paper
publishes no less than thirteen marriage
notices ! Think of it boys and girls, thir
teen marriages ! Why stand ye all the
day idle? Wake up arnd improve the
glden hours. Get married, let not the
Laurens chivalry and beauty take the
lead in so wholesale a manner. Get to
work at once, court fast, and get married
quickly, and send us notice of thelsamue
a immediately thereafter. Remember we
ake no charge for marriage notices, nor
do we get offended if a piece of wedding
cake is sent in by a fair bride as an ac
knowledgment of our service.
- We ask beside that every couple who
has been married in the County during
the months of December and January, o:
which no notice has been published, will
at once send us such notice, for we are
satified we carn beat Laurens. Let ut
try it, for it will never do to give it up so,
B BaAxKARDs' MusicAL. WORL.n for Febrea
Bry is on our table with commendable prompt
ness. and is an unusually spicy and attractive
L number. The series of articles on Shee1
Music Publishing, giving .tbe details of the
various processes of engraving. lithographing
etc., which was commenced in the January
number, is continued. The music in tbi:
number is "I've ballads gay and sad to sell,'
e a cavutina from the copera "Crispino e la
Comare;" the "Wedding Waltz" by B. Land
man, one of the most sparkling and beauti
-ful waltzes ever issued, and the celebrae<
"Redowa de Paris" by F. Burgmuller.
'Subscription $1.00 a year ; single copies tei
, cent. S. Brainard's Sons, Publishers, Cleve
, land, 0.
f On Thursday evening, the 6th inst., at ti
. residence of the Bride's father, by the Rev
J. C. Boyd. Mr. OL.IVEa HARRIS and Mis:
f AxinA C. STrr,rWEI,r, all of Newberry.
y Bride's favor received.
On Wednesday evening, 5th inst., at th<
residence of the Bride's mother, by Rev. T1
SC. Ligon, Mr. PRaSSLY. PIRs and Miss Com
o ar Boozzi. All of Newberry.
On the 6th of February, by the Rev. W
a D. Rice, at the residence of Mrs. Rebece
Speake, Mr. HAcK EPTING and Miss JImuIJ
E. ROOK, all of this County.
.On Sunday afternoon, February. 9th, b;
the Rev. Manning Brown, at the residence C
[ Capt. Gauntt, Mr. JOsEi'H BEocK and Mis
r Sus.ax Ci.axp. all of this County.
On Wednesday, 29th nIt., by Rev. Di
, Buist, JAMES W. WII.L.Axs, Esq , of Nec
d berry County, and Miss JEsasE Gr.L,Am
Sdaughter of B. C. Gillam, Esq., of PIcken
- At the residence of Mr. D). C. Shealy, Lees
, ville, S. C., by the Rev. H. A. Smith, Mr.11
J. HOx.sTON, of Edgefield County, and Mus
it LAURA SEzAL.Y, of Lexington County.
gNEWBIEY, February 11.-Cotton 1St.
COL.UMBIA, February 10.-Cotton 18k.
reNaw YORK, February 10-7 P. M.-Cotto
c. dull-plands211; Orleans 211. Gold 14*.
BAr,TIMORE. February 10.-Cotton dull
re e me-.sTox, February 10.-Cotton dull'
AUGUsTA, February 10.-Cotton in goo
dll-uEandot, February 10.-Cotton close
ann-,m1; Orans 10*.
Are receiving their FALL SUP?LY of
CU TL E RY,
Wagon ald 6ugg Mateial,
SADDLERY and WHIPS,
CIUUMBER WOOD PIPS
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Oct. 2, 40-tf.
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 arrive in a few
days; samples of which may be seen at our
store in front of the Court House.
Also, a large and varied stock of
1EAVY 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
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 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 trading public.
R. MOOMAN & 00,.
Sep. 4, 36--tf.
BAGGING, TIES, &c.,
WHOLESALE AND RlETAIL,
J. H. O'Neill, Agt.
Corner Caid weil and Friend Sts.
Opposite Mr. P. Scott, Merchant Tailor,
Has just received and opening a general as
choice Family Gorills,
WHICH WILL BE SOLD
Low for Cash, or coun
The public generally are invited
to call and examine my stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
The Highest Price Paid for
NOW IN STORE!I
A Large, Varied and Choice
STOCK OF GOODS.;
THE Subscriber having just returnet
from the Northern and Southern Markets
and having thus early replenished his stock
invites the people of his section, and thi
public generally-his stock being larg<
enough for all
To Call and Get
The Value of their Moneg
N OT IO NS,
AND WHAT NOTS
-Besides the Best Brands of
All of which will be sold
CHEAP FOR CASH.
,J. P. KINARD,
4 miles from the Court House.
Feb. 5, 5-5t"
I have reduced the rates of "The Pr<
Agressive Age," to $2.50, single copies,
subscr.bers $10.00 ; 10 subscribers, $20.0
d ~ THOS. P. SLIDE~R.
a n. 8, 1...tf.
We have removed
Our Elitire Stock of
Boots, Hats, &c.
BETWEEN MESSRS. CHICK'S
AND DR. FANT'S.
09ji1CALL AND SEE
OUR LARGE STOCK.
Sept16 tf LOVELACE & WHEELER.
WM. D. LOVE &00,
DESIRE to announce to their friends
and patrons that they have MOVED into
Large and Elegant Store,
Corner Main and Plain Sts.,
Under the Wheeler House,
Where they have OPENED their
Of E W ana
SELECTED WITH GREAT CARE,
COMPRISING- THE BEST MAKES
OF GOODS TO BE FOUND
IN DOMESTIC OR FOR
To which we invite the attection of the
inabitants of Newherrv ard surrounding
countr.", feeling assured that we can fur
lish them wiLh better goods at less price.
than any house in South Caroliuua, as ou
stock i. of the best qual'ty of goods.
Samples sent on application.
We keep a beautiful ite ot MOURNING
Mr. Join Gicy, well knowv in youi
County, is now in our enp'oy and would bf
pleased to hear from his friends in Newber.
ry, at the
Grand Central Dry Goods Es.
WM. D. LOVE & CO.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
W. D. LOVE. .
B. B. McCREER~Y. ( Oct. S0, 44-3m.
Our remaining stock of
Marked down to figures tha
will ensure a rapid sale. Nov
is the time to secure a bar
A full line of Ladies
Gents' and Children's
M.AT T IN G3-S
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
R. C. SHIVER. DAVID JONEs. J. H. DAYV
Jan. 22, 3-tf.
THOMPSON & JONES
(Graduates of the Pennsylvania College
Office over McFall & Pool's Store.
our patients receive the benefit of allt
latest improVements in the profession.
Special attention given to correction of
regulariies in Children's Teeth.
The patronage of the public is respectfu
solicited. Terms ery mSiNaD.D.
. R. TJPON, D.D.S
Apr. 3, '72--14-f. DDS
The LATEST and BEST
HOE for COTTO
Capital for gardens also.
STo form an idea of its great adaptability
-* wonderful merits, come and examime.
noest received byAYS&MR
jan8 MA~S ~[RTD
STOCKS OF GOODS
iWHAT WE SAY
And cordially invite ou
friends, customers, and tb
TO COME AND SEE
ll IT 18 NOT 8(
For having purchased ti
entire stock of Mr. Mathi:
~Barre, and removed to ti
commodious store lately o
cupied by him, with cur orig
nal stock, we can offer a
Never Before EqualleI
McFALL & POO1
At M. BARRE'S Old Stand.
All persons indebted to us for 11
and 1872, are advised to come
Jan. 1, 1-tf.
Dry Goods shoes.
FALL AND INTER.
The ladies are especially invited to ex
amine my assortment, it being
COMPLETE, as well as CHEAP,
and consists of such variety as cannot ftil
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 in addition to the above in
GROCERIES AND SUPPLIES,
For family and plantation use, can be lonnd
the best and cheapest.
To all of which I most respectfuly invite
the public attention, with the assurance
that no efrort will be spared to give satis
MRS. D. MOWER.
All parties indebted by Memorandum
Account, or in any other .y.:v, are earnest
ly requested to come forward and settle
without delar. Mrs. D. M.
Nov. 20, 47-tf.
WITH THE BEST
The Subscribers have nc,w in Store and
are still receiving an unustually large Stuch
BOOTS, SUES, BROGANS,
Warranted in make and material, and which
DETERMINED TO SELL
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Ladies, Misses, Gentlemen and Youths!
Gome 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,
Ifor we are confident you will shoe your
selves at the store of
rSep. 25, 39-t f.
PALL AND IVITElI
A full supply of
ilats and Caps,
iGraniteville S h ir tin gs
~Sheetings and Drills, to Mei
chants in any quantity a
d Sep. 18, 3s-tf.
WE are prepared to grind from one
one hundred and fifty bushels Corn per da
and will furnish free transportation of th4
grain to and from our mill for our patro
free of charge.JOEaPA R
Dry Goods, Clota te- and ewing - la -kine.
J. H. KINARID,
0O L U M BI A, S. C.
I have recently retu ued fio n the Norti,, and an prepared to exhibi, tie momt rom
plete and e4erint stock of
ever brongh: to this :inrket, consi-tin1z of the latest and mvst pop;umr styles in DRESS
GOODs, GASSIMERES, &C., Vi a full of
HOSIERY AND GLOVES!
AND SELECT ASSORTMENTS OF
CARPETINGS, WINDOW SHADES AND
CURTAINS, RUGS, MATTINGS,
and al . ther articles utally foind in a First Glass Dry Goods Establishnent.
THE GRAND OPENING OF THE MILLINERf DEPARTMENT,
under the direction and stpervision of MRS. A. WcCORMICK, so caeraly kno-.n
throghout the State for her skill and taste, ofyers unusual attractions. the stock having
been crefully selected by herself, and placed at figures to neet ail wants.
- ------ -
THE CELEBRATED HOWE SEWING MACilNXE,
AND AMERICAN BUTTOS-iOLE AND OVER-SEWING MACIINE, co:stitnte a
prominetnt feature in the line of my business, being jistly considered the most efficient
and satisfactory now in use.
Strangers visiting Golumbia, are invited to give tne a call
J. H. K IN A RD,
On M.in St-cet, _ne Dvor Somi of cou:tiai Hotel, Collmii, S. C.
Oct. 23, 43- 6mu.
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
Hats, Caps and Gent's Furnishing Goods.
TIThAR~D & WIL]EY
C OLTJMBIA, S. C
WE are now receiving and will continue to through the season the BEST READY
MADE CLOTHING, that cannot be surpassed if equalled by any custom nmade. All the
latest fashions in MELTONS, DIAGONALS, CHEVIOTS, BEAVERS, TRICOTS, BLACK
DRESS FROCKS, BLACK DOESKIN PANTS, FRENCII and AMERICAN DRESS VESTS,
CLOTH, SILK and VELVET.
A splendid line
MENS', YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
WHITE FANCY SHIRTS, CHEVIOT AND NEGLIGE SHIRTS,
HOSIERY AND UNDER WEAR. NECK WEAR and SUSPENDERS,
CARDIGAN JACKETS, SILK AND LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS.
SILK HATS, FALL STYLE.
The nudersi-ned respectfully calls the attention of their friends and customers of New
berry and upper Nunties, to their large and well seleted Stock of Goods. Visitors to the
City are invited to call and examine. Orders will be pronptly attended to and satisfaction
KINARD & WILEY, COLUMlIA, S. C.
Oct. 9, 42-tf.
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Feb. 5, 5-tf. - Carriages, Buggies, Saddlery,
Ri. & 'W. I. SWFFIEDU ARNESS, ANDFITRS
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
ARE daily receiving additions to Refrigerators, &c., &c.,
their elegant stock of generally, in this line, which for beauty,
elegance, durability and superiority cannot
be surpassed in the couutry.
CTA3 II IN G WE SELL AT FACTORY PRICES,
IN H T 3AND DEFY COMPETITION!
Our SAT)DLE and HARNESS'MANU
SFACTORY is well supplied and turns out
~ j warranted work.
AND AT THE LOWER STORE
can be found a choice and large assort
i ment of
O~ns urdsho~~es1 Family Groceries
Au ntrey nw in ~PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHLDREN'S of cery character j'd kitnd, iae we wil
.t A S Low for Cash!
Webuy largely of COTTON arid give the
top of the market always.
Just received. IAll we ask is that the public will favor
us with a call so that ar. examination may
In our CUSTOM DEPARTMENT be made. Remember there are three sepa
we are exhibiting the choicest pat- WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
Sterns of foreign and domestic Oct. 23, 42-tf.
Cassimneres and Vestings. Interesting to A11.
~' Gve u a cll.My term of office having expired. I re
it e usacl.sp..ctfully uotify all per'sons a ho had liens,
D8 R . & W. C. SW AFFI ELID, M**f",l0d r trgse ecre durit,tg$ W
C LUM A,S . Li . Jones, who will deliver the same.
Ja. 8: 1-r o. 27r a4.tr. THOS. M. LAIK.E.