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tisers in tat City are requested to leave their ta
vors with t hi. house."
Call at JOIlN F. SPECK'S JEWELRY
E'UPORIU3 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 one sending us $.50. Our pa
per speaks for itself, and you may know the
value of "Peters' Musical Monthly," from
the fact that every yearly subscriber get
about sixty Songs, Duets, and Choruses, and
from fifty to sixty Piano pieces, worth at
least 540. 5-tf.
Ageats for Newb:!ny Herald.
ai4 The following respon!.ible gentlemen are
V authorized to receive subscriptions to this
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lotmaria-Capt. Gus. DicK ERT.
Liberty Hall--Mr. L. P. W. Risia.
Columbia-Dr. E. E. JACKsON.
Kinard's Turn Out-Dr. J. L. Speake.
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requested that thoy 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 rates.
Conmunications advancing private inter
ests, or of a personal character, are charged
as advertisements, but anything tending to
advance public interests are not only free,
bt are solicited. -
f vaT IsYWA3TED.-Short, crisp, spicy
accounts of any and everything which comes
under the observation of any of our friends.
They will much oblige us by scnding 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 communications of personal expe
rieace in re!ation-to farm operations., stock
raising, donestic economy, &c., will be glad
ly received, and published. 5-if.
AN IMPORT.&NT XATTEr-~
V5 Just as no piece of machinery can work
without grease, so no business can be con
ducted without mon4y, the boot and shoe
business especially. The subscribers want
money, must have it, and the appeal is
made fur 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.
ABRAMS & MET rs.
Jan. 8, 1-tf.
The Eastman Atlanta Buina College. .
This Institution has achieved a success
which is unparrall&eld in :he hid- oy of C:,a
mercial Colleges. Starting in Atlanta, Ga., I
May 9th. 1871, with- four student, it has :il
ready sent out to the bninass world nearly
THREE HUNDRED STU)ENTS toattest its
superior merits. The secret of its wonderful
success is st, it is the only College in the
Soutb thaL conducted on the AcruAL BUsI
NESS PLAN. 2d it keeps up, to the letter of
its advertisements. 31, it is conducted by
men who have had years of experience as
practical accountaints, business men, and
teachers. Tfie total cost for a full course, in
cluding board, washing, tuition, books, and
stationce will not exceed $130. For speci
mens of' Penmanship and College Jour-nal
containing full information, address
G. E. DET W ILER, Pres't.,
P. 0. Box 5)36, Atlanta, Ga.
Feb. 5, 5-8t.
The card of our regular contributor tells an
interesting tale this week. It says that a gas
ig tupany is organizing in Newberry.
THANs.-Our thanks are due Messrs.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell for a couple of
useful and ornamental counting house
Paoor.-One of the strongest arguments
in favor of Darwinism that has come to our
k-nowledge is the announcement by our co
temporary,that in the corps of the Progressive
Age is a monkey! W~ho is the monkey?
Mut,Es AND HORsS.-T'he market here
has been surfeited with stock for some weeks
past, and fa: mers have been able to supply
themselves with needed animal power. The
prices have ranged from S125 to S25.
CoMPLIXENTARY.-Our thanks are due to
the President of the Spnrtanburg & Union
Rail Road, T. B. Jeter, Esq , for a compli
mentary yearly ticket over his road, sent us
throngh the efficient Sec. & Treas., F. H.
ULUE MoNDAY.-Monday last may be set
dowvn in the Calendar as one of the dullest of
days, scarcely any one in from the country,
-a'nd no business of note done, and in conse
quence nearly all the merchants were visited
,by tbe blue devils.
A. M. WICKER.-The Baltimore corner is
as famous as ever, it is an established institu
lion, and so recognized by young and old
Its supply of good things is inexhaustible.
If you wish to please the little ones, or the
wife, or the sweetheart, take some change
there and lay out as fancy dictates.
LADIEs' SEWING Socir.-Wc are re
quested to give notice to the ladies compos
ing the membersh ip of the Methodist Church,
that a meeting will be held at the residence
of Mrs. Richard C. Chapman, on Thursday
afternoon, at 3 o'clock. A full attendance is
PERsONAL AND PARTICULA.-R. C. Shi
ver & Co., always take stock just before get
ting in new goods, and just now one of the
partners, Mr. Jones, together with Mr. Her
bert Beard, as.aid, are up on this important
business. A handsomea n:ew stock may early~
be looked for.
WILLIAXSTOX FEMALE COLLEGE.--We
are pleased to learn that thtis very populai
institution has commenced its present session
under ver Satter.ag circumstances. We
suggest that it is not too late to send young
la lies to Williamston, and that it is a maost
delightful location, and the advantages for
education are as good as the best.
THANKs.-We are under many obligatiora
to Mr. HI. E. Bruce, the efficient and gentle.
manly head and ftront of Messrs. Rt. C. Shive:
& Co.'s Dry Goods and Millinery House, foi
a handsome mirror with which to decorat'
and embellish our already handsome reading
room. A mirror was just the thing needed
to put the finishing touch to it. Our friend:
are invited to come up and view the picturi
which it will presetit.
FILLING THE SPACE.-The following Sis
happy way of expressing an old idea, and w
don't know whose mind conceived it, nc
does it matter. A guilty son, is clutched b;
an indignant father, who imagined he wantei
something, so he placed his hand sadly upoi
his shoulder, turned him round, and "fille
te space under his coat tail with leather.
How expressive. Take a lesson fond fathe
-and you graceless son take warning, lest th
sp.ace under your coat tail be also filled wit
BOOTs, SuoES, &C.-Wc omitted mention
last week (o the card ofMessrs. D. F. Fleming
& Co., wholesale dealers of Boots, Shoes,
Truks,. &c.Hayne St., Charleston, and call
attention to it on the priniple of better late
than never. These gentlemen are old and
reliable shoe dealcrs,and we take great pleas
ure in recommending them to dealers in the
SUPFRING.--or several days there has
been no beef of,any cansequence in marker.
Why ii it? Before the elegant and commo
dious market house was erceted, the town
used conmonly to be glutted. At every cor
nor could be seen beer, oodls of it; now alas,
we only feast in the memory of the past, a 1.
sorry feast and one which leaves the stomacb
emptier than before. Let us have more beef,
more butchers or less market.
We have had buiness intercourse fur sev
eru! years with Messrs. Gritfin & Hoffian,
Advertisng Agetaq, Baltimore. and take
pieasure in testifying 'without solicitation
to their promptness; and reliability.-Waco
(rex.) Examiner,.lati. 4 1873.
We take pleasure in adding to the above
testimonial that our intercourse with Messrs.
Griffin & HoffMnan has been always of the
pleasantest ch-iracter. We have ever found
them prompt and reliablc.
To TEII POST3ASTER-Complaints are
made by subscribers of the Herald that they
do not get their papers regularly, sometimes
not until after calling the second or third time,
and sometimes not at ali. Letters are some
times misplaced, get into wrong boxes, and
are delivered to wrong parties. This causes
delay and confusion and occasionilly loss.
The attention of the Postmaster is called to
this with request that it be looked into and
the proper remedy applied.
THE WEATUEP-has been extremely varia
ble of late, at one time cold and stormy with
deluges of rain, and at another mild, balmy
and clear, with decided indicatiols of the
opening of Spring.
The heavy raius have done considerable
damage to low lands, and fears are entertain
ed as to the safety of the various bridges
through the county. Up to this time we
have heard of none being carried away, but
travel has been much interrupted.
GENERAL BVTATIoN-We do not nih
to be thought seifish, and that the Herald's
new and tastily fitted up reading room is
designed especialiy for the convenience and
pleasure of the 'lords of creation,' oh no, but
that the fairer portion, 'ye ladies,' might
a6o have a fitting palce to rest in, and cull
the news, and reneiv their supplies in current
every day matters. Come up ladies.
An especial attraction will we provide in
monthly fashion dots and on dits. Come up
by all means.
STABBING AFPAIR, AND AN UNT:MELY
VISIT.-A German by name of Neilson, in
he eillh>y iew: s. W eib, J-us & l'ar
ker, at the Tannery yard, in an altercation
with a colored man unamed Mose, received, a
severe stab in the side. from which it was re
ported on Sunday that he had died. A jury
of inquest being summoned, repaired to the
house of the supposed murdered man, and
otu demand to see the body, and making their
business kuowtn, were inform:ed that their
services were not needed, for the wounded
man was alive and perhaps would recover.
Mose has fled, we are informed.
THE READING RooM.-Our cotemporary is
pleased to say in the first issue of the "Age,"
that he is glad triat we too have become im
bued with a "Progressive" spirit like himself
and have als.o openied a reading room. Now
we beg our "progressive" friend, like a good
hunter not to run ahead of, but to keep well
in with, the hounds. We acknowledge sor
rowfully that we were behind the time, and
give the credit honestly that the idea originat
ed with him, but we claim that the IIerald
made the first mention of its reading room
being open to the public. Its only a hair's
difference, however, and we need not split it.
DEATHS.-We learn that a son of Mr.
Charles Teague died quite suddenly on Fri
day night last of meningetis. lHe had been
at work all the day before, and attended a
social party the same eventiag.
Mr. D)aniel .Jones, well known as an efficient
engineer, and at one time in service of the
G. & C. R. R., died at his residence in
Helena, on Friday last. IIis death was
caused by a complication of dropsy, liver
comuplaint and dyspepsia. He leaves a fami
ly. He was buried with masonic honors on
Monday afternoon at Rosemont Cemetery.
BROAD RIvER BRIDGE OUT OF DANGER.
-The fears entertained on Monday, lest the
Broad River IR. R. Bridge should give way to
:he pressure of drift wood and the unpre
cedented rise in the river, we are glad to say
are relieved. At a late hour in the evening,
a fall in the river was noticed, and the only
damage as yet ascertained is th at a portion
of the bridge has sligh:!y moved. Tihe up
passenger train crossed safely, but it was
deemed unsafe subsequently to permit any
other passage. At this time trains stop on
either side. It is hoped the damage will soon
ALMOST A F1aE.-About 9 o'clock Friday
night a bright blaze issuing from a chimney
of a room occnpied by Dr. Abney, and over
the store of Messrs. McFall & Pool, caused
no little alarm. All available precautions
were taken to prevent its spread, and after a
short time the foul flue burnt out.
There is no reason for chimneys taking fire,
for the remedy is simple-it only being neces
sary to clean them out-and as serIous fires
are known to have occurred from neglect of
this precaution, we snggest that our Town
Coneil pass an ordinance which shall make
it obligatory on householders to keep their
chimneys clean, to which a penalty shall
atach in case of on.e catchiug other than in
TUE PROTnACTED MEETING going on in
the Methodist Church of this town is now in
its thiId week, and we are gratified in being
able to state that a gracious time is experienc
ed, and the pastor, Rev. Manning Brown,
greatly encouraged in his labor, not only by
the interest and feeling manifested by the
membership of his own church and congre
gation, but by those of the otner various de.
nominations, lHe has been largely assisted
by the Revs. Shuford and Dantzler of the
circuit, and the Revs, Mickle, Stout and
Kuhns of the Presbyterian, Baptist and
Lutheran Churches, respectively. Many pen
itents have thu-s far been led by the spirit to
plead for pardon, and one has joined the
church. The meeting will contir:ue during
this week, and other ministers are expected
to take part in it.
THE MYSTERIOUS PAI,E IIORSE.-Wete
we superstitious some trepidation might be
felt by reason of the visits of a grey horse,
which is continually being brought to out
gate. Two weeks ago, about bed-time, a
rappng at the back gate was heard, followed
by a voice, which said, "I've brought yout
horse home." It was a grey one, but nol
ors, and as we kept no public stable, it wat
not admitted. On Thursday morning last
just at dawn, a halloo w as heard at the samnt
gate, and a voice cried, "I've brought youa
V-P- - .- .4
horse; it was not admitted. If there is any
joke -i the inat:cr, we higly apprecia:e i.
If this grey horse is the shade of some dk
parted animal which desires to communica c
with our grey horse, Robt. Lee, we would
gladly accommodate him, but we have nc
means of ascertair.'ag this. Let him come
%.gain. It is passing strange, does everybody
know we own a horse, a grey horse, and is il
reasonable that every stray gray horse is the
editor's horse. We are led to believe thai
this is a Progru-ssive Age indeed.
AGREEA"LY DISAPPOINTED-A package
received through mail on Thursday last,
mirked g:ass, and re4embling somewhat a
junk bottle in shape, excited the thought
that some joker had sent us a mixture for
the liver, or a bottle of plain juice to place
n our new reading room for the benefit of
those who love to 'smile.' We were rejoiced to
Lay, however. that the package when un
.olded revealed a weil selected assortment of
:hoice garden seeds, instead of a bottle, an
that the favor came from our particular
riend, Dr. E. E. Jackson, of Columbia.
[t was a double pleasure. Our friend always
has a large and varied assortment of the beet
)f seeds-making it a speciality-and can
upply any demand made on him. One
)ther mention-his cologne is exquisite, and
no lady who has ever inhaled its fragraul
)dor but wants to keep up a supply. Send
GIVE THE DEVIL HIS DuE.-In a notice
some time since of the pardon of Arthui
Lane by His Exelleucy, Gov. Moses, we
5nd that injustice was done the Governor, it
that instead of being sen tenced as far back a!
October last, this victim of the violated
laws of his country;, had only received
sentence in the .lanuaiy tern, and no un
necessaiy or inconvenient delay was experi
enced ere he was permitted through Execu.
tive cluiency to face his feliows and enjoy
the free sunshine again. We make the cor
rection that it may not be thought that tht
Executive slept at his post, or, like justice
was blind. Honor to whom honor is due
rhe law's course is slow, the Courts have
infinite trouble, and the people have to pay
much money in vindication of right-but ii
is all wrong nevertheless, and but for a lighei
power many an accomplished scoundre
might suffer for his crimes.
The death of Mr. Dixon, who firsi
ascertained that oysters were eatable
is announced as haviug occurred ai
Crisfield. Md., recently.
At Richmond, Virginia, recently.
-two highly respectable young ladies'
have been sent to prison for seven day.
for stealing a quautity of human hain
from a store.
Delays are Dangerous.
That poor, emaciated Consumptive, wh
inow h-n 4il hone of re-.ver, Mig!
n; be hule vud Leu:ty had he not neglectet
that slight cough. Be advised, if you havi
a cough or coid, zet at once a bottle of DR
TUTT's EXPECTORANT, and you will sooi
be relieved. Do not put itoff.
EDGEFIFLD C. H., S. C., Jan. 10. 1870
Da. W. H. TUTT:
Dear Sir-I have been confined to my bi
with a bad cold, and hmve found your Ex
pctoratnt tO b)e an excellent remedy: it is th
best I ever used,
Yours very respectfully,
G. L. PENN.
Dr. Tutt's Hair Dye acts in
BUILDERs' AND CONTRACTORS' SPECIA:
NoTICe.-Doors. Sashes, B linde, Wi ndos
and Plate Glass, Bnilders' Furnishing Hard
ware, Mouldings, Star Fixtures, Marble ani
Slate Mantlepieces, Encaustic Floor Tile
Drain Pipe, &c., &c., at lowest wholesal
prices, at the great Southern Factory of 1. 1
TonIe, Charleston S. C. Send for his pric
list.-.Jan. 8 1 2tm.
On Thursday evening, Feb. 13, at the res
dence of the bride's father, by the Rev. J. I
Shirey. Mr. WM. CALDWEtL and Miss SAt
LIE WI'CKER, all of this County.
Brides' favor received.
On Thursday evening, 13th, at the res
dence of the bride's father, by the Rev. A
Reeder, Mr. WVEsT RuFr and Miss LAN
HousToN, all of Newberry County.
On the 13th February, 1873, by Rev. J.I
Shuford, Mr. L. C. .JoHNsToN and Miss Su
E. SesN, all of Newberry County, S. C.
On the 27th January. 1873. at the resident
of Capt. M. Bray, in Walhalla, by Rtev.
M. Morgan, Mr. J. H. SLIGH, formerly<
Newberry, S. C., and Miss CAROLINE Mo]
GAN, formerly of Sumter, S. C.
Newberry Prices Curr'ent.
By K.AYES & NABSTIN.
APPLES-Greeni, per bushel......... a 2
Dry, per bushel....1 50 al i
BAGGI NG-Gunny-per yard...- a 1
ROPE..-.\Ianuilla, per lb. .............. 20 a 2
BACON-Hamns. per lb.............20 a 2
Shoulders, per lb. ......... a
Sides, perlb............. -a 1
BLUE STONE. per ib................a 1
BE EF-per lb.................... 8 a 12
BU'ERt-Country, per lb.........25 a 3
CIIEESE-E. )........... a 2
CH ICK ENS-per head..............5 a 3
CALIACO-per yard.........-..... 10a 1I
COPP1ERAS-per lb.............. 8 a 1
CORN, per bushel...............1 10 al l
COR.N ME AL, bolted, er bushel.... a1 2!
CANPLES-Adamantie, persett... 18Ba 2
COFFEE-Rio, per lb............ - a 2
Laguyra, per lb.......... a 8
Java, perIlb............. a 8
COTTON Y ARN, per bunch......... al 7
DOM[ESTIlCs-44 per yard. .... ... .14 a 1
7-8 " ...... 12a 1
3-4 "S.....9a 1
EGGS. per dozen............... - a 2
FLOUR. er bbl...............9 03a120
GUN1P(A DERt. per lb.............. a5
IRION TIES, perlb................--a I
1RuN-English refined, per pound.. 7) a
Plow Steel.................. a I
Potware................. 10 a I
LAR D. per lb..................... a 1
LUM1BER-Wide Boards, per M ft. ..1200 a20C
Scantling, per 31 ft....10 a200
Flooring, per M1 ft....5o a20C
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gal........-- a
West India, per gal.... 60 ai
New Orleans, per gal... - al(
)rACK ER EL-per half barrel...6 00s.
per.... it............... 0a
MADDER-Per lb............... - a4
NAILS, per keg................... a
OATS..,per busnel............... 86 al
oNlON~S, per bushel..............-- 83 (
OlL.-Kerosene, per gal...........- a(
Linseed, raw.................. al
Tanner's, Straits.............. al
PEAS, per bushel...............1 00 m1
lPOT ATOS-Irish, per bushel....- a2(
s weet, per bushel. ...- al
FAIN: S-White Lead, per lb...12 a
Chemical, per gal... - a2
RICE, per 10. ...............--- a
SA LT, per sack......................... - a2
SHI.xGLES, per 10.0.............5 00 .5 (
SU GAIt-P'ulverized. per lb... ...... a]
Crushed, per lb............a
,' r, er1.......... a
Isrown, per lb.............. a
SPIRITS-Corn Whiskey, per gal... .2 00 a3
French Brandy........- al4
Rtye Whiskey...........3 50 a6 I
Holland Gin............ - a8
Of Turpentine............ al
TE A-Hyson, per lb........... ......1 50 a2
Imperial, per lb..............1 75 a2
Black, per lb...................1 50 al
TALLOW. per lb................. 10 a
VIN EGA R-Cider, per gal......... 0 a
VARNISHES-Coach body, per gal.4 Ut0 a4
Copal, per gal. ...... a
WHEAT, per bushel.............. - a.
INewberry, Feb 18-Market lively, at 18)
Columbia-sales 43, mid. 18k.
Liverpool-steady, uplands 9i, orleans
New York-duall, sales 976, mid. upe.
orleans -21j, money active, gold 14-; a 14).
Augusta-moderate demand, middling
Cliarleston-quiet, good ordinary 18t a.
j niddlHng 1si ane~ '00. sineTr 3917.
J. E WE
Piantation Supplies, Dry Good
Keep constantly on I
Cofi"e Meal, Baggii
Bacon, Molasses, Ties,
Lard, Sugar, Salt,
Flour, Corn, Tobac
&c., Pink Eye
Also a choice article of N. 0. Molasses, in b
choice A No. I article Goshen Butter, and Bu
Give n. a call.
JNO. E. WEIB. THOS. M. LA
J.in. 29, 4-ttf.
*ay8 & MariN
Are receiving their FALL SLPPLY of
Wagon and gigg Material,
SADDLERY and WHIPS,
I1BE IOD0 P sIPS
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Oct. 2, 40-tf.
Bowden and Tappaha
noc Seed Wheat.
1,500 Bt;,1hels of prime Seed Wheat, of
the best improved and most popular varie
ties in Ea,t Tennessee, to arrive in a few
days; sampies of which may be seen ;a our
store in front of the Court House.
Also, a large and varied stock of
HEAVY AND FAMILY
Iarriving constantly, which we propose to
Sell' Low for Cash.
of diflerent kinds and
Iron Ties at Reduced Rates.
of the highest reputation, which we will
sell as LOW as any t 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
>f signed to us on the most reasonable terms,
t- and to the best advantage.
We respectfully invite all who are seek
e ing supplies in our line, to call andl 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 Statte.
And as we shall endeavor to merit the
confidence, we hope to receive the support
andI patronag~e of the trading public.
R. MOORMAN & 00
Sep. 4, 36-tf.
SBAGGING, TIES, &c.,
W ~ HOLEPSALE AND RETAIL,
J. H. O'Neill, Agt.
SCorner Cald well and Friend Sts.
4 Opposite Mr. P. Scott, Merchant Tailor,
SHas just received and opening a general as,
*choice Famiful rc6rilS,
~WHICHI WILL BE SOLD
SLow for Cash, or coun
.The public generally are invited
t,o c-all and examine my stock be
Sfore purchasing elsewhere
SThe Highest Price Paid for
tSept 25 39tf'
WE are prepaired to grind from -one to
5one hundred and fifty busbels Corn per day,
I and will furnish free transportation of their
-grain to and from our mill for our patrors
freo WcaeBB, JONES & PARKER.
A pr. 17, ]8-tf.
10 TO SUBSCRIBERS.
I have reduced the rates of "The Pro.
2gressiv e Age," to $2.50, inje copies, I
1subscrbers ii10.00; l0o ub.scribers. 82'i.0
,8 ji n.8 TKOS. P. SLIDER.
BB & CO.
s, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &C.,
iand a good line of
ag Plantation Hoes,
co, Wooden and Willow Ware,
bls., I blbl., 5 and 10 gallon kegs, also a
Akwheat Flour in abund-nce.
KE. H. O'N. HARRINGTON
NOW IN STORE!
A Large, Tarled and Choice
STOCK OF GOODS.
TlE Subscriber having just ret]ned
from the Northern and Southern Markets,
and having thus early replenished his stock
invites the people of his section, and the
public generally-his stock being largt
enough for all
To Call and Get
The Value of their Aloneb
N O T iON S ,
AND WHAT NOTS,
Besides the Best Brands of
All of %% bich % il be sold
CHEAP FOR CASH.
J. P. KINARD,
4 miles from the Court House.
Feb. 5, 5-5t"
Dry Goods X .ilinery.
C. F. JACKSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
AHEAD OF ALL IN SELLING
GOODS CHEAP. Great sacrifice o
.toek to raise money and make roon
That will be offered in the miarket.
Feb. 12, 6-t f.
Our remaining stock of
Marked down to fig-ures tha
wvill ensure a rapid sale. Nov
is the time to secure a bar
A full line of Ladies
Gents' and Children's
M VA T T IN Gr-S
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
R. C. SHiTER. DATID JONEs. J. H. DATI
Jan. 22, 3-tf.
The ladies are especially invited to e
amine my assortment, it being
COMPLETE, as well as CHEAI
and consists of such variety as cannoL f1
Ito please, i
COLORS, QUALITY OR DESIGNS.
In the DRY GOODs department, thea
sortment is also full in
FINE DRESS PATTERNS,
Besides the above my stock of
Ladies anid Gents Shoes,
,is Worthy of attention.
And i: addition to the above in
GROCERIES AiDJ SUJPPLIE
IFor fanmily and plaintationi use, can be fon
Ithe best and cheapest.
To all of which I most respectfully inv
the public attention, with the assurat:
that no effort will be spared to give sai
All parties indebted by Memorand
Account, or in any, other way, are earnm
ly requested to come forward and seo
.ithoat dela Mrs. D.M
Shoes 4 Dry Goodts.
D.F FLEMIN-G SAM'L. A. NELSON.
JAS. M!. WILSON.
DIoIg o VIR - & U30 o,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Tr :RUNK,. IS,
NO. 2 HAYNE STREET,
(CORNER OF CHUcH,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
No pain- have been spared in endeavor
ir.g to render our large assortment of Goods
attractive and dcsirabie; and nothing has
been left undone, that long experience and
assiduity could suggest, to deserve a share
of your patronage.
Having perfected arrangements by which
we receive our goods direct fiom the nianu
facturers. ensure our customers the great
advantage of purchasin! theni at the very
lowest rates and of the most desirable sizes.
In prices and quality we believe they w ill
compare favorably with any other stock in
the city or elsewhere. We shall be pleased
to offer these Goods for your inspection, at
any time you may favor us with a call.
Ali orders will have our careful and
). F. FLENIENG & CO.,
February, 1873. Charleston, S. C.
Feb. 12, 6-2n.
SHOE Y0RS ILVES
WITH THE BEST
The Subscribers have now in Store and
are still receiving an unusually large Stock
BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS,
Warranted in make and material, and which
DETERMINED TO SELL
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Ladies, Misses, Gentlemen and Youths!
Come and examine our elergant,
Well-made Boots, Gaiters,
Shoes and Slippers.
r SOMETHING NEW
In LADIES SHOES, and
And which w ill giv.e satisfacion.
All we ask is a call, and an examination,
for we are confident you w.vill shoe your
selves at the store of
ABRAMS8 & MlETTS.
Sep. 25, 39-tf.
It All AND 11T EB
T A full supply of
BOOTS L1ND 8H0OIR
ilat8 aRd Caps,
Sheetings and Drills, to Mer
chants in any quantity a
Sep. 18, 38-tf.
te FOR SALE!
ce THE subscriber has on hand at Peal
s- Station, near Alston, S. C., on the G. & I
R. R., TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND NI
p1 SHAVED SHINGLES, in packages
five hundred each, which h.e offers ve:
low. He is constantly receiving simil
lots. Orders will be promptly attendedt
iun Price, $4.50 per thousand. No charge f
Bt- loadiDg. Terms Cash. Addzesa,.
P: H .'DOMINICK,
Feb 12, 6-6mg' ALTONl S.
Dry Goods, Clothing
iJ. H. I
I have recentiv returned fron the North
plete and elegat stoek of
I ever brought to this mark--t, consistinz of
awd all oher articles usually !ound ii
THE GRAND OPENING OF T
ind-r the direciion and .prvision of
thr ut: hie State lur her !kill and tast<
been ce:ufuly seXeted by herself, and pla,
THE CELEBRATED 1
AND AllERICAN DUTTO.-IOL'r AN
pi-inut Ivature in the lite of my usin m
and sa' shatry r:>w in ruse.
Straniers visi-ing G;ubia, are ir.vied
On Main Sreet, one
Oct. :!3, 4%- 6m.
FALL AND WI>
Hats, Caps and Ge
C OLuT M:
WE are now receiving and will con
MADE CLOTHING, that cannot be surr
latest fashions in MELTONS. DIAGONAL
DRESS FIOCKS, BLACK DOESKIN PAN
CLOTH, SILK and VELVET.
A splendid line
MENS', YOUTHS' AT
WHITE FANCY SHIRTS, C1
HOSIERY AND UNDER WEAB
CARDIGAN JACKETS. SILK A
The undersigned respectfully calls the:
berry and upper Counties, to their large and
City are invited to call and examine. Orde
Oct. 9, 42-tf. KINAF
000 Which will prove gratifying to the o0
000 public, and which we are glad oc
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Feb. 5, 5-tf.
R. & W. 0, SWIFFIE[
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
ARE daily receiving additions
their elegant stock of
O98t'8 furilshi( Good8s
An entirely new line of
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHIDREN
H A TS,
IIn our CUSTOM DE'ARTME:
e we are exhibiting the choicest I
terns of foreign and domestic
.Cassimeres and Vesting
3Give us a call.
R.* & W. C. SWAFFIEL.
. COLUMBIAr S. G.
anl Sewing .iarehines.
BIA, S. C.
,and am prepared to e.hbit t Coin s- c
34r O O ]~ 7
the latest and m:ist popular sLtyes in DRESS
ES, &c., v.-ith a full line of
[DOW SHADES AND
ia First Glass Dry Goods Establishment.
HE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT,
MRS. A. McCORMICK, so generally known
O, ofiers uniuual attractions. the stock having
:ed at figures to meet all warts.
)WE SEWING MACHINE,
D OVER-SEWING MACHINE, constitute a
S a, Levg justly considered the most efficient
to give me a call.
or South of Columbla Hotel, Columbia, S. C.
nt's Furnishing Goods.
tin-e to throu-h the season the BEST READY
assed if equalled by any custom made. All the
, CHEVIOTS, BEAVERS, TRICOTS, BLACK
TS, FRENC11 and AMERICAN DRESS VESTS,
TD BOYS' CLOTHING.
fEVIOT AND NEGLIGE SHIRTS,
, NECK WEAR and SUSPENDERS,
ND LINEN IIANDKERCHIEFS.
Lttention of their friends and customers of New
well selected Stock of Goods. Visitors to the
rs will be promptly attended to and satisfaction
ID & WILEY, COLUMIIA, S. C.
Tr i-I 1E
, AMERICAN BUTTON-HOLE
0 A-N D
BUY THE BEST !
OThe AMERICAN will Last a Life Time.
It is superior to all others for simplicity
O It has been: pronounced by the best me
o chanics the best finished, and male on the
best plan, of any machine manufactured.
SWill sew the finest and coarsest fabrics, no
Imatter how m~uch starch. Ngver drops
stitches, ruus light and almost noiseless.
Call and examine for yourself.
Sold on the most reasonable terms and
oo Inducemtents 14) club1,.
oo LOVELACE & WHEELER.
>Oj Oct. 234 4-tf.
B uggies, sad4uery, Ac.
2MFBB, JONE8 & PNRKR.
Anud can show a stock of
Carriages, Buggies, Saddlery,
ll HARNESS, AND FIXTURES,
to Refrigerators, &c., &c.,
generally, in this line, which for beauty,
elegance, durability and superiority cannot
be surpassed in the country.
IWE SELL AT FACTORY PRICES,
SAND DEFY COMPETITION!
Our SAnDLE and HARNESS MANU
FACTORY is well supplied and turns out
AT THE LOWER STORE
can be found a choice and large assort
Sof every character and kindl, which we will
Low for Cash !
We buy largely of COTTON and give the
top of the market always.
IAll we ask is that the public w ill favor
us with a cali so that an examination may
be made. Remember there are three sepa
t-rate establishments. & A E.
Oct. 23, 43-t f.
S. IInteresting to All.
IMy: term of office having ex pired. I re
sp.--tfully notify all persons who bad liens,
deed sor nmortgage recorded 'duwing may
SJones, w ho will deliver the sanme.
E Nv. 27. 4S.tf. THOS. M. LAKE.