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speeial and Leem.
AI MPORT;k-T MATTER
Jist as no piece of machinery can work
without grea-, so io b-isiness can be con
ducted withoat mon1y, the boot and shoe
business especially. The subscribers want
money, must have it, and the appeal --
made for all parties indebted to them to
settle at once, before one or two extremities
are resorted to. Don't pu: us to extremities.
S:>me of these accounts have been open since
1870. Co:me at once.
ABRAXS & METrS.
Jan. 8, 1-tf.
The Eastman Atlanta Susines College.
This Institution has achieved a success
which is unparralleled in the history of Com
mercial Colleges. Starting in Atlanta, Ga.,
May 9h. 1871, with four students, it has al
ready sent out to the business world nearly
THREE HUNDRED STUDENTS toattest its
superior meri:s. The secret of its wonderful
success is 1-t. it is the only College in the
South that is conducted on the .Lc rUAL BUSI
NEsS P iN. 21, it keeps up, to the letter of
its advertisements. 3 1, it is condueted by
men who have bad years of experience as
practical accountants, business men, and
tctchers. The total cost for a full course, iu
etuding board. washing, tuitrion, book<, and
stationery will no! exceed $130. For speci
mens of Penmanship and Col!ege Journal
G. E. DETWILER, Pres't.,
P. 0. Box 336, Atlanta, Ga.
Feb. ., 5-St.
Pianos-Our New Prices, Feb.
Prices this day reduced fro:m 15 to 25 per
cent. Largest stock South and lowest prices
ever known. Wm. Knabe & Co. 7 oct. Rose
wood $440, $490 and 530. Hullet, Davis &
Co., 7I ocr. square Grand, $375, 411, 430, 400.
South. Gem. 7 oct., Ilosewood, carved legs,
$20. 300, 310, 380. Parlor Gem, 7 oc.,
Rosewood, carved legs, S263. Best instru
ment ever sold for the money. All pianos
from our warerooms are sold at lowest cash
valuation and without regard to maker's high
prices.-Send for price lists.
Mason & Hamlin Organs 55 to $1000 each,
delivered freigh t paid to cash payers, in any
part of the South. Any piece of Sheet Music
or Book Masic published in the U. S., sent
post p:id oa receipt of retail price. Address
all orders to LUDDEN & BATES,
Southern Music Warehouse.
Feb. 26, 8-3m. Savannah, Ga.
The Largest and Finest assortment of
Clocks, all varieties. Sp)endid assortment of
Solid Silver and Plated Ware. Watches and
Jewelry of all iinds. Handsome Pictures,
hanging baskets, and other ornaments. The
largest and best variety ever shown in New
berry. Prices moderate, at
Mar. 5-tf J. F. SPECK'S
MEssis. LOVELAcE & WEELER Make
important announcements this week. Look
them up and read.
ENTERPRIsE.-We take pleasure in calling
attention to the card of the Southern Ware
house Co., of which Mr. Ed. Hope is the
MR. W. T. W.U-GHT-is about to remove
to Abrams & Metts' old stand. He will thus
occupy a position altogether better, and with
a large stock will present great attractions to
MESSRS. SINGLEToN & Co.-Desiring to
make room for new stock, are running off
their present stock at bargain prices, and as
~the~ assortment now in store is large and v-a
*rious, i: will be well to call in and examine
goods, and realize the benefit offered.
DRUGs, CHESMIcALS, &c.-One of the lar
gest and purest stocks of drugs, chtemic.us,
medicinal liquors and wines in the up-country.
is to be found at the estab;ihment of Dr.
S. F. Faut. His petiumeries, soaps and
toilet articles are also of the fuliest character
and of the best.
Coa. H. P. HAxMsmr.-l'he citizens of
SNewberry are inc)rmed that this gentleman
will be here on iVednesday or Thursday of
this week. His connection with the pro
posed cotton mill at Greenville, will explain
the reason for this announcement, as it is be
lieved that there are capitalists here who
wish to take stock int that enterprise.
Ta RIGHT TaIsG.-Messrs. Moorman &
Maybjin have determined to break up the old
and non-paying credit system, as being of nto
advantage to themselv'es or customters. They
will hereafter sell for cash only and at cash
prices. Its a sensible move, and one which
buyers wiil appreciate when they realize the
FARMINC AiT A STAND SmtI.-TheC con
tinned and. frequent rains have much retard
ed all lfarming operations in this County, and
f,armers are farther behind with their Spring
work than they have been for many years.
Not only will this put back the crops perhaps,
but the expense in keeping idle hands literal
ay dong nothing is a weight which few
aeable to bear at this time.
Ida. EDwaRD CAns wELL.--We are pleased
to state, this distinguished apos tle of temper
ance and eloquent lectnrer, will address the
citizens of Newberry on Thursday night, at
the Town Hall. The most of our readers are
r aware,thtat Mr. Carswell is the ablest temper
ance lecturer of the day, and the high enco
miumis paid him by thte press, warrants us in
saying that a rare treat is promised in this
Too LATE.-T'he friendly budget from
'Columbia is too late for this issue. Will
have place next week.
Our Charleston correspondence for the
samte reason must lie over.
Just arrived fro:n a pleasant trip to Wi!
liamston Female College, and finding every
'stick' of space ocupied, we must defer men
tion of whtat was seen and how our time was
spent, till next issue. C.mtnot help it.
IxvurATIox.--The Phrenakosmiarn Litera
ry- Society of Newberry-Walhalla-College,
wil! accept onr thanks for an invitation t~
attend its anniversary celebration to be held
on a riday Evetning, March 21st. The Presi
d ent of the Association is Mr. C. W. Moore,
and the (rator for the occasion will he Mr.
P. HI. IIaltiwanger. Committee-Messrs J. C.
Watkins, J. H. Chappell, J. B. Dou thit, G. M.
rHunter and C. P. Huffmnan.
A STRANGE AND FATAL DIsEASE.--The
Stin ier News, says that five colored persons,
one adult and four children, in Mididleton
township, in that County, htave, wi:hin the
-past few days, fallen victims to a disease,
having the appearance, and presenting the
identical symptoms of the epizootic, with
which all the horses in the country have beet
affected. Our infort.antt states that all whbe
saw the cases, believe it to have been the
-:We trust that no stuch fatal symptoms may
show themselves here.
MEtAscaOI;r.Our sympathies have beet
largely drawn out the past week, in con
sequence of a serious affliction stistained by
D). F in losing his agreeable companion and
every morning ivALKtsT. His live miles
lbefore breakfast are now unfortunately dis
con tinned, ntil he can find another bot
yoyageur to plod through the muddy suburb:
-1f Newberry in quest of new vigor and health
-t is a bad wind, however, which blows rc
ne good, and though we mourn for the
j>ctor, we rejoice for his lost friend, becaust
*e loss of the one is the other's happy gain
a iha married a wife. Good Itack atten
MESSRs. W. P. RussEL & CO.-Thecard of
this old and popular firm will be found in this
wek's paper, and we invite attention to it.
These gentlemen areextensive manufacturers
of all kind of building material, and keep a
stock on band large enough to supply all
Mr. W. P. Russell, it will be reinembe:ed
by the rendcr, is also largely engaged in the
business of B'tilding and general house car
pentry, under the tIr:n name of Russell and
Su!livan, and can furnish a lou-e complete
from foundatiou :o apex at their large fac
tory, and ship it and then put it up for you.
All they need is an o der for the work.
Too lLon.-A friend complained the other
day to us, that at the Berger entertainment
he was almost wh:iily cut off fro:n a sight of
the stage and its occupant<, by a ladies' hat
in front of him. lie therefor votes the
present two-story affair, which the ladies rig
their heads of with, a considerable nuisance
on public occasions. Ie thinks they are a
questionable ornailent, as a top finish to the
lovely whole, at any timae; especially though,
when they obstruct the view, must they be
considered ugly. Had the lady in question
only kept quiet, he might have looked round
the big abominable thing and seen something,
but she was so frisky and kept bobbing about
so uiceasingly to right and left, as made the
effort vaini oa his part. Our advice is, if th
ladies cannot be induced to take in a reef, or
sail under bare poles, that our friend take a
cushion along to sit on.
Da. ANIsANsEL'S LECTURE.-On Thurs
day evening last, agreeable to announcement,
the gentleman above named delivered a lec
ture in the Town Hall. We regret that there
was not a larger audience out to hear him.
The subject-tbe Frenchman in America, his
truub'es, mizhaps and mibinterpietetions
was a happy one azrl pleasingly delivered.
It abounded in anecuote bearing on the sub.
ject, and beside was replete with many
practical truths of benefit to his hearers,
together with facts in hiatory which it were
well to bear in mind. The Doctorhas certain
ly left an agreeable impressIon behind him,
and when he returns rgain,which he promises
soon to do, we will advise our citizens not to
omit so great a treat as his lectures afford.
We bespcak fur him a cordial and large greet
ing at all other points he n.-s visit.
PL SOCIABLE.-"Men who isolate them
selves from society and have no near and
dear family ties, are the most uncomfortable
of human beings. Byron says that "hap
piness was born a twin," but the phrase,
thougih pretty and poetic, does not go far
enough. We are gregarious, and are not
intended to m:.rc'i throngl 1le either in
single or double file. The man who cares for
nobody, for whom nobody cares, has little
to live for. You must have a heap of embers
to have a giowing fire. Scntter Them apart.
and they become dim and Culd. So, to have
a brisk. vigorous life, y.>u mnst hae a gronp
of lives to keep each warm, to afford mutual
encouragement, confidenc. and support.
If you wish to live the life of a man and not
a fungus, be sociable, be brotherly, be
charitable, be sympathe:ie, and labor earnest
ly for the good of your kind.
ABOUT Tase CouxTY.-Mr. Win. Ray's
gin-bouse was enltered some nighlt since and
a hale of cotton taken therefrom. It was
Dr. W. A. Fair, son of JTas. Fair, de
ceased, died at his home, near Prosperity,
on Thursday night last.
Jas. L'auri,pr-ivame, Troop G., 7th Reg. U. S.
Cavalry and a native of Scotland, lately died.
iIe was buried with military honors. Thie
troop of whmich the dec-eased was an honorable
member, has been withdrawn from this post
and left here last week for the territory of
The streets of the town are rapidly drying,
and with a few days of fine weather, a drive
will be a positive luxury, more especially
will pedestrians have cause to rejoice.
In ancient days, the celebrated precept was
"Know Thyself." In modern times, it has
been supplanted by the far mnore fashionable
maxim, "Know thy neighbor, and every
thing about himt."
We are now having clear sunshine
overhead, dry streets under foot, and a balmy
air to fan the cheek. Man and beast botm
felt its itifuence, while the little birds even
attempted to get up a ch irp.
Tfhe little boys and not a few big ones have
been in exstacies for some days, in conse
quence of an organ and monkey show.
Many of these little shavers had never
seen an educated monkey before. The pmo
prictors are reaping their reward.
We were p'eascd to see our good friend and
esteemled fellow citizen, Col. isobt. Moorman,
in our sanctum on Monday, alter an illness
Iof near two months, and that he begins to
look like himself once more. On en tering our
new readinug room, for the first time, he
facetiously remarked that we had removed
from the sanctum to the sanctorum, so much
pleased wvas he with the high order of im
A prominent politician, Matt Gray, in
view of the fight now waging in regard to the
ofice of County Treasurer, says its a Jo:z-on
shame that there are only two Richmond's in
the field. He thinks there should be three,
for the Governor cannot decide between two.
Hie says its a shame the Governor should be
so bedevilled. The horn of the dilemma
Ipesters Matt, and :he consequence is that lie
takes hold of all the horns he can see and1
puts theum under his test.
To Wome~n. Both Married and
A pply for relief before you become a con
I have been for years past attending strict'
ly to the treatment ot' diseases of women,
both married and single, and as the number
of cases continues to increase almost dailyI
will pay special attemntion to those whlo mnay
apply to me for help, and may, if I should
get a sufficient number of cases, make it a
There are many women who are taking
medicines recommended for such diseases,
which are worse than useless, they palliate
and someti-mes seem to give relief, but in
fact they postpone the evil until the disease
assumes the chronic form, and then they up'
ply to the Physician for relief, which can be
Igiven, but not so soon as when taken in the
first or early stage.
I -nse no quack medicines, I treat diseases
on rational and scientine principles.
P. B. RUFF.
N. . prctcefor cash only and prompt
paymnts.Mar. 12, 10-'-tf.
Dr. Tutt's Pills.
Is a purely vegetable concentration for
keeping thte Bowels in natural motion and
cleansing the system of all impurities, and a
positive cure for constipation. They restore
thme diseased Liver, Stomach, and Kidneys to
a healthful action, while a: the same time
they brace and invigorate the whole system.
Dr. Tutt's Celebrated Expecto.
rant--How It Acts.
First it detaches from the bronchial or
wind tubes the mucus or matter which
sometimnes adheres to them with the tenacity
of glue. Secondly, it mitiga'es the pain an'd
removes the constriction of the bronchial
tubes and muscles of the ches-t. Thirdly, it
resists the progress of inflamation.andassists
the lungs to throw of the irritating matter
At Abbeville C. 11., on the morning of the
6th inst., at the residence ot'i Mrs. E. F. Al
len, by Rev. T. C. Ligon, Mr. .ous G. Pirs
TER. of Newberry, S. C.. and Miss LEONoRA
L. C., only daughter ot the late James MAR.
TIN, of QnarIesto, S. C.
At the residence of G. A. Counts, Jr., by
the Ret. J. A. Sligh. on the 6th inst., Mr.
JOHN F. UANKs and Miss T. R COUNTS, all
of this Countv.
At Springfield, Newherry County, bsy the
Rev. Joh-. Stou t. on the 4th inst., Dr. E.. C.
JONEs and Mis ScSAN HARRINGTON, d;ugh
ter of .. F. Harrington, all of this County.
On Thursday, 27tb uWt., by the Rev. If. T.
Sloan, assibted by the Rev. J. C. Boyd, Mr.
J. Y. fiomrpsox and Miss DOLLY P. CHAL
MERs, all of this County.
NEWBERRY, S. C., March 11.-Cotton 17,.
Ntw YouK, March 10.-Cotton dull-up
lands20j, Orleans 21. (;old 15ja15i.
BALTIMORE. March 10.-Cotton nominal
CnA uL..sroN, March 10.-Cotton dull and
AuGEsrA, March 10 -Cotton dull and
LIVERPOOL, ):Ireh 10-Cotton closed
heavy-uplands 9!; Orl-ans 9'.
Newberry Prices ourrent.
By MAYES & MARTIN.
APPLES-Green. per bushel......... a 2 0,
Dry. per bu.vhel...........1 5) al 75
IIAGGING-Gauuy-per yard.......... - a 10
Iti'E-3:rt:ilia, per lb... ....... 20 a 25
BACON-l1a:ws. pur lb...........20 a 21
Shoulders. per b. .........a 8
Sides. per lb................ 9 a 1!
BLUE STONE. uerlb..............a 15
B -EF--per lb.. ..................... 8 a 12
iu'TrEl-touitry, per lb........... 25 a 3,
tE l -i- . 1)..................... a 25
CHICKEN--erhead.............. 15 a 3,1
CAU.ICO-lwr yari..................... 10 a 121
(O TEtAS-per lb........ ......... 8 a 1;)
('OlN. per bushel....................1 10 al 15
C Mlt\ 3EAL, bolted. per bushel.... al 25
CANDLES-Adauantine, per sett... 18 a 20
CUFFEE-Rio. per lb............... - a 2S
Laguyra, per lb.......... a 32
Java. per lb.............. 3) a 35
COTrON YA HN. per buuch.......... al 75
DO3ESTICS-4-4 per yurd........... 14 a 18
7-S .......... 12 a 15
a-. " .......... 9 a 10
EGGS. per dozen.................... - a 25
FLOU'I' . per bbl.....................9 0.a12 00
GUNt'OW Dl. per lb............... a I
I RON 1'I ES. per 1b................... - a 1
ItiON-Euglish refined. per poond.. 7 a 9
Swedes....................... ty a 10
Hand............. ........... .a 9
H oop......................... a 12
Plow Steel.................... a 12
l'otware ......... *.. !......... . 10 a 12
LARD. per 16........................ a 15
LOIBER-I-Wide Bo:rds, per 31 ft... 12'.:0 a20tO
Scat:tli;g, per M ft......110 a200
Flooring. per M ft.......1' V 200
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gal......... - a 4',
West Iud ia. r.. a 75
..ew (rleans, per gal... 9) al 00
MACKElEL-per half barr,:1....... 6 0A u8i
per Kit...............3 00 a4 00
3AD)Elt--per lb.................... - a 41)
NAI LS. per 1L. ..................... aS 0
OAT.. per bu.sel................... S5 al 25
ONIONS. per busi.el............- "3 00
OIL-Kerosei.e. per gal.............. - a 65
Linseed,boiled................. al 3:)
.-iseel. raw..... ........... at 40
Tanuer's. Straits.............. al 25
PEAS. per bushel .......... 1 00 al 25
POIATjU-Iriab. per bushel......... - a2 L0
Sweet. per bushel........ - al 25
PA N ! White Lead. per lb ....... 12 a 14
(.Luical. per gal........ - u2 7;,
RICE. per lb......... ........... a 11
SAL per .ack ................................ - :2 25
.II ,GLES. ner 0:0................5 00 aG 'j)
SUGA.R-Pulverized. per lb.......... a 16
Cru-.ed, per b........... a 16
A . f r b ............ .............. a 15
C. xlra. per 1b ................ a 14
Itrown, per lb ......... . ........ a 14
Silver................... a 13
SPIITS-Coru Whiskey. per gal..2 0.3 a3 00
French lirandy........- a14o
lIve Whis:er...........3 50 sO 00
liland Gin............ - a8 '0
(>f Turpentine............ al n
TE A-H yson, per lb................1 50 r:2 50
Imperial. per lb ..............1 75 a2 5'
lilack, I.er lb.................. 1 00 al 75
TA LL4W. per lb................. 1) a 12
VINEG;Ai---Cider,.per gal...........060 a 75
VARNISHES-Coach body. per gal 4 W. a4 5)
Copa!. per gal.........:: 0O
WH EAT, per bushel.............. - a -
GOOD FIsInGs is CALIFOIRNXA.-Whmat
care the people of North Carohilna, South
Carolina, Georgia and Florida for the fish in
the gold- bearing State, when they have full
store-houses and comnfortable homes? The
la<t can on:v be ha.1 with the aid olf a Door,
Sash and Blind Factory, andl Buibtlers' Emo
plorium, such as is now in most successful
operation by Mr. P. P. Toa!c, of Charleston,
S. C. Scud for his p)rice list. Sent free.
Mar. 5, 9-1m.
A NEW ENTERPRISE,.
Seven years ago we adopted the plain of
sending our1 "F1armer" Cookii.g Stoves
through tihe cont~ry with wago:s, by our
travelling salesmen, in crder to supply a
want long felt in the Sou th, and) that each
family nmight hnave an opportunity of sceing
if not pu2rchasing one of these indispensable
household articles 'Te abundant success
of our enterprise throughout the States of
Missouri, Kentuck y, Tetnnessee arid Georgia,
and the unaiveisal favor with which our
Stoves are re.-ived e very where, convinces
us that in ordIer to supply the con:inued
growing demand, we must largely increase
our forces at the Foundry ;hence we have
increasedl our daily mtatnfacture of this one
patterin to thirty, and will still further in
crease it to Sifty if our trade continues to
demand it. (Our salesmen, who will visit
you, are authiorized to give the same term:
as though you made the purchelase direct
from ourselves it the Foundryv. We have
but osst rmeC, wItChi 's cisT 0s TuiZ sToy,
and fromn th:at we never deviate.
This stove has nO comiplected arratnge
menIts such2 as dampers and inide. flut
plates as in all other stoves, but is so sitmply
constructed tihat any one may use it sue.
cessfully. It is very heavy~ and made onmly
of the best goalities of new iron so mixed
as to secure a toHgh, strong plate, whicl
NEvEa cracks by fire.
To those persons in the Stove trade wi<
think their business will be ruined by us.
and who therefore oppose and mtisrepreseni
us and our goods at all places, we desire t<
assure them that instead of being an inrjury
to them, we~ arc doing them a benefit, by
building up a business which has heretof'or<
been neglected, ard by introducing an ar
ticie of hoisehod utility, must ultiimately
bring theml into gen.eral use in every fatmi
ly. Respectfully yours,
ZwBERaT,C S. C., March 3, 1873.
Mess cr.vEta BaoTnEas.--It is witi
pleasure that ne commend youir FARMXx
COOKING STOVE to the general public. The:
are an absolute household necessit; at thmi
titme, especially when so much of doniesti,
duty and mnaagement depends more o
less upon our wives arid daughters. Thb
Stove is as simple an'] beautiful in construc
tion as it is rapid and reliable in its work
In a word it is as near perfect as it can be
Jco P Kinard, .TK G Nance, J1 C S Broirn
A Longsbore, Isaac Herbert, Jno McCarley
A C Hollingsworth, C McCracken
W F Metts, Juo Abrams, D P Hlawkins
S Werts, 0 P Harris, JIames Lester
H Suber, C M1 Williams, B F Griffia
Mrs Anna Lake, M L4onttnore, T' J Neel
J P Williams, M1 Go!ding, 1L Dickeri
ID S Holley, H W Suber. J M1 H Rufi
J F Oxner, J W Gilliam, J D Eppc
Sam'l Abrams, J W Rhoades, M1 Reeder
J1 C Stewart, M1 C Longshore, M L Young
Henry lHend ricks, J1 B.Johnson, W L Water:
Jacob Kibler, W M1 Kinard, Levi Slawson
B S Burton, J B Floyd, Gi W Andrew:
L Longshore, J S Pitts, JTas Garrett
IJno J Cook, WV B Peterson, Wm A Fal:
W M1 Dorrob, J H Booze:
STATE OF SOUTHI CAROLINA,
CocyTv Or NKWIW.IY,
I certify that I am acq1uainted with Jn(
P. Kin.r'd, J. C. S. Brown, and other:
wh'ose names are appended to the forego
i:.g recommendation, that they are reput
ble citizens of Newberry County, and et
tirely worthy of credit.
Given under my hand and seal of office
this M.rch 3, 1873.
WARREN M. FEAGLE,
arDeputy Clerk, Newberry County.
Plantatioa Supplies, Dry Goo<
Keep constanitly on
Cofe, Meal, Bagit
Bacon, 1olasses, Ties,
Lard, 'Sug.ar, S.1lt,
Flour, corn, Tuba
&e ,1Pink Eyc
Also a choice :ricle of N. 0. Molasses, in I
ch)iCe A No. I article Gostcn Biatter, and Bi
Give uz a L .
JNO. E. WEBB. T11OS. M. L.
Jan. 9, 4--tf.
1yes & Mafirti
Are receiviug the;ir FAI L -4UPPLY of
larron ad 8-J[i Maluila
SADDLERY and WHIPS,
CCt1MBE D 1009 P it mPr
ETC., ETC., ErTC.
Oe!. 2, 411-tf.
BAGGING, TIES, &c.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
J. H. O'Neill, Agt.
Corner Caid well and Friend Sts.
Opposite Mr. P. Scott, Merchant Tailor,
Hias jnst received and opening a gcneral as
WHICH WILEL BE SOLD
Low for Cash, or coun
The public generally are invited
to call and examine my stock be
f'ore purchasing elsewhere.
The Highest Price Paid for
Sep t 2539 tf
T HOM PSON & JON ES,
(Graduates of the Pennsylvania College of
O11ice over McFal! &~ Pool's Store.
Our patients receive the hencilt of all the
la:est improvements in the profession.
Special uttecntion given to co'rrcction of Ir
ruularities in Children's Teeth.
The patronage of the publbe i.s respectfully
solicited. Terms HeymeratD.DS
E. C. JUNES, D.D.S.
Apr. 3, '72-11-!f
A. ii. WVICKEK,
Newberry, S. C.
WE are prepared to grind front one to
.one hundred aa d fifty bushels Corn per day,
and wi!! furnish free tran.,portation of their
grain to and fronm our tmill for our patrons
free of chbarge.
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
A pr. 17, 16-tf.
-STORE TO RENT.
THAT ee t and commiodious Store on
the corner, (opposite A. M. Wicker's), and
lately occupied by McFall & Pool. For
terms apply to
j F~. ~, S~f. McFALL & POOL.
Is, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c.,
hand a good line of
Sg, Planltaion Ilocs,
:co, Wooden and Willow Ware,
bs , 1 Yols., 5 and 10 gallon ley4, also a
ckwheat Flour in abnn.ance.
KE. 1. O'S. HAR.RINGTON.
Dry Goods A, -Millintery.
C. F. JACKSON,
NiA' . STREET.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
AIIE.' OF ALL IN 6ELLI-N
G1001, CIE.P. r:r snerince of
stock to rnisv money a nuhe rmu
That will be of-Tred ill the i1arket.
Felb. 12., -1f
Millinery and Straw Goods,
White Goods, Embroideries, &c.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & Co,
Ir~oi ters. Manu f:iu rers and Jobbers
Bonnet, Trimming, Neck and Sash Ribbons,
Velvet Ribbons, Neck Ties, Bonnet Silks,
SatiLs, Velvets and Crapes, Flowers.
FeatLhrs, On:unments, F:aes, &c.
St!Tw INJ!ts alid badi16 ald tliIrell's IInts,
TI'13MMED AND U-NTRIMMED.
AND IN CONNECTING WArEr0omS
White Goods, Linens, Embroideries, Laces,
Nets, Collars, Setts. Haadkerehiefs,
VeiCing, read Nets, &c., &c. -
Nos. 237 and 239 Baltimore Street,
Thlese goods are manufaictureud by as or
bought for Cash tiiree:ly from the European
and Americau Ma,nufacturer., embhracin~g alt
the httest nove!hies, unequailed in variety
and cheapness in any market.
Orders 'illed with care, promiptness and
despatch. Feb. 2t3, 8-3ma*
Our rentlaining stock of
S HA W LS,
Marked down to figures that
wilensure ara~pid sale. Now
is the tiine to secure a bar
A full line of Ladies',
Gents' anid Children's
M A.T T IN G-S,
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
n. c. stIIriv.n na0 tJIoNs:s. J. TI. DAVIS.
The laie ar eseil invited to exc
aminec my aissortent, it Odeig
00OMPLETE, as well as CHEAP,
and conisXts of sucth vairiety as cannot fail
to please, in
ColoRS, QUALITY OR DESIGNS.
InI tile DRIY GoODS departmnllt, the as
sortmnent is also lull in
Besides the above myv stock of
Ladies and Gents Shoes,
is worthiy of attention.
AdI:: addition to the above in
GROCERIES AMD SUPPLIES
For famnily and phoitation use, can be IomeII
the best and cheapest.
To all of which I most respectfully invit
tile pubi~c attention, with the assuranc
that no effort will be spared to give satis
MRS. D. _MOWER,
All parties inIdebtehd by Memorandut
Account, or in any othler way, are earnest
ly requested to come forward and setti
without delay. Mrs. D. M.
'N o 47-tf.
E ANTED, by a competent and reliabi
Bookkeeper to keep a set of B3ooks. Fc
f urther informto -apply a h
* i to .ru m a.n nueto
Shoes D rjy Goods.
D. F. FLEMINCS. SA'L. A. NELSON.
JAS. M. W I S N.
W11OLESA.E DEALERS IN
NO. 2 HAYNE StREET,
(CORNER OF CHURCH )
CHARLESTON, S. C.
No painQ have been spared in eLdeavor
ing to render our large assort ment of Goods
attractive and desicable; and iotihin has
been left undone, that long experience and
asiduity could suggest, to dezerve a share I
Of your patron-ge
having perfected arrangements by which
we receive our goods direct from the manu
faetuiers. ensure our customers the great
advanitage of purchasinz them at the very
lowest rates arid of the mjo-it desirable sizes.
I prices anil quality we believe they nill
compare favorabiv with aliy other stock in
the city or elsewhere. We shall be pleased
to ofTer these Goods for your inspection, at
any time you n:iv favor us with a call.
All orders will have our careful arnd
Yours, respect f:i;y,
). F. FLEMING & CO.,
Febru.ry, 18-3. Charleston, S. C.
Feb. 12, G-2m.
WITH THE BEST
Th1e SubIcribters h.ave i.ow in Store and
are stIll re:iv an un u:dly large Stock
BO0TS SIN; B1ESiN R0A
Warranted in makeand natcrial, and which
DETERMINED TO SELL
CHEAP FOR CASH.
i M , ;en m . a Yot!hs!
Gam amii examiine on r elgant,
Well-made Boo!s, Gaiters,
Shoes and Slippers.
In LADIES SHOES, and
All . e ask is ai call, aind ain exammia tor,
for we ire counti.ie:r You n i l oe your
selves at the sto:e of
Sep. 25, 39- f.
FA[L ANDI WINTR
A frull supply of
BOOTS LIDK 8HOES,
RiaS alll( Caps,
IIA RD UV ARE.
G~raniteville S h i r t in gs,
Sheetings and Drills, to Mer'
chants in any quantity at
THE subscriber has on hanrd at Peake
Station, near Alston, S. C., on the G. & C.
R. R., T WO HUNDRED THOUSAND NO.
1 SHAVED SBINGLES, in packages of
five hundred each, which lie off'ers very
low. He is constantly receiv'nig similar
lots. Orders will be promptly attended to.
IPrice, 84j.50 per thousand. No charge for
loading. Terms Cashi. Address,
r h_ 1F .sm AA
Dry God, Cloth ing
I have r--c:. v tu:nCl :: uf-e -North,.
- ve c e l re ::ne b -:t. N rth(
:ver hiot to this market, eOnsistint of h
AND SELECT AS
ami all Other articles ur1nally fo,ind in a
CHE GRAND OPE.NSING OF Ti
lider tile direc,icu aid u f u
':hr o ' !;,he *.t'::tIe for hter .(ila: .se
1)c.eflysletd herself, ai:d placedl
THE CELEBR1ATED 101
ND A1iEi-:ICAN 'lTT0N -IuL-: AN)
if01.in: 1 :tme In the 1!::e of .aI;
-;- ula:.t'.;Vy ulow it- .
r r n G m i, are invie 10
(r 4 ;-e
Hats, Caps and Gent
WE are now receiving and will contin
JADE CLOTHING, that cannot he.!urpa,
itest fashion: ri MELTONS. DAGONALS, C
)RESS FROCKS, BLACK DOESKIN PANTS
:LOTH, SILK and VELVET.
A sp.endi. line
WIENS', YOUTHS' ANI
W1TE FANCY SHIRTS, CIi
M0SIERY AND UNDER WEAR.
AIRDIGAN JACKETS. SILK AN
SILK HATS, I
The uudersigned re.pectful'y cflls the at
Crr .1111 upper Counties, to their large arud we
iy are invited to C:Ll and examine. Orders i
Oct. 9, 4-if. KNARD
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Feb. i>, ->--tf.
R. & W, 0, SWFFIFLD
COLUMBIA, S. C..
ARE daily ceiving additions to
their elegant stock of
O89P8 flrriShig SoOd8,
An entirely new line Of
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHIDREN'S
H AT S,
In our CUSTO3M DEPARTMIENT
we are exhibiting the choicest pat
terns of foreign and domestic
Cassimeres and Vestings.
Give us a call.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
COLUMBIAi S, . .
J an.R8 1-.
end U inr2
3IA, S. C.
)OW SHADES AND
Fist Gl-s Dry Gloods Est.blanent.
E MILLINERY DEPARTMENT,
RP. A. Ma RMICK, so 2enerasv known
dirs unu.i a:traction:. hs:oa having-u1
at fig*rU 1 m:m t all a:. ts.
VE SEWING 111HLU,
o E%R-sVING AiCM.' , ct::.tt:.: a
Live mne a ei.I
ouhth If Cuiamba:oj Hotel, Cui.:z ' S.
LRLI CWLTI NG,
's Furishing* Gods.
~IA.., s. C .
2e to thro:zuth 'he 'eson the UEST 1:E \IY
ed if equalkl bv nnv tzenom mude. All the
HEIOTS: BEAVE:l, ICO :s, BlACK
, FrENCH and AMEiCAN DiESS VESIs,
) BOYS' CLOTHING.
VIOT AN; NEGLIGE SHIRTS.
~ECK Wi i.i. ::a:L i EN IJERS,
) L EN iAN DKERClilE .
nt,on of their friend and customers of New
i selected 8tock~ of Goods. Viizors to the
ie promptly atucidcd to and satisfaction
& WILEY, COLUMBIA, S. C.
BUY THE BEST !
The AMERICAN will Lnt a Life~ Time.
It is superior to diI othere for sim;plicity
It ha::s beeni p.ro.nounc do byc thebet meC
chtanies theI be t fiised : ad on the
best phai, of any n.ac.:hhe ma:m:actured.
Wil ea the fine' :odto.se>t f.abries, no
miatte: ho much a 'rch. Ne~ver d: ops
stitches, irns -taa b et . selcss.
Ca!! and ex.mn:e for vourself.
Sold on the m:ost reoa:ble terms and
IndIuceme:C t ~ o elas
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Oct. 23 4:;-tr.
RB;gg:iP's, Nadder*y, A'r.
a can io. a s:cA of
Carriages, Buggies, Saddlery,
HARNESS, AND FIXTURES,
Refrigerators, &c., &c.,
generally. in r.is lIr.o, wich for bea':ty,
elegneac, durabUiit :and -: a: uira:y cannfot
be surpassed ina thej co'ntry.
WE SELL AT FACTORY PRICES,
AND DEFY COMPETITION!
Oar SAThDLE and' I HARES MANU
FACTi IY is well apppied and turns out
AT THE LOWER STORE
can~ be fornd a choice and large a=ccrt
of ever chara.ce an ikind, wahich we wil
Low for Cash !
We L':y largely of .OT TON and give the
tOp) of th. '-zrke: a-w.rys.
Al eakis that thec puic will favor
u:itll so that an exandaanOf may
be made. Remeerat. the're are three sepa
a WEBBP, JONES & PARKER.
Oet. <, 4-:-t.
Interesting to All.
My term of oflice haaving expired, i e
-r of cffe, to call o:n Mesas. cones &
( Jo:es, whao will deliver .'e same.
SNov. -7, 4R.tf. /HTO$ M. TAIL_