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Special and Loeal.
The Eastma Atlanta Business College.
This Intitution has achieved a success
which ii uni,rraileled in the bitory of CoM.
rmercial Coll-ges. S:ar,iug iii Atlanta, Ga.,
May 9h. 1871, with four stu,lent., it has al
rea'ly sent out to the bwiness world nearly
THREE HUNDRED STUDENTS toattest its
superior merits. The secret of its wonderful
success is 1st, it i- the only Colltge in the
South that is conducted on the ACrMAL BuSI
xkss rL. 2.1, i: keeps up. to the letter of
i:s advertisementi. 3 1, it is conducted by
men who have hal years of experience as
practical accountants, bwiness imen, and
teachers. The tot-il cost for a full course, in
cluding board, waihing. tuition, books, and
stationeryv will no: exceed $130. For speci
mens ofe Penmanship and College Journal
containing full information, address
G. E. DETW ILER, Pres't..
P. 0. 1:x 53, Atlant:, Ga.
Feb. 3, 5-8:.
Pianos--Our New Prices. Feb.
Prices this day reduced from 13 to 23 per
cent. Largest tock South and lowest ,rices
ever known. Win. Knabe & Co. 7 oct. Rose
wood $440, 493 and 5. Hallet, Davis &
Co., 7j oct. square Grand, S5375, 410, 430, 490.
W outh. Gemt. 7 oct.. R~osewood, carved legs,
-290, 300, 349, 3S0. Parlor Gem, 7 Oct.,
.osewood, carved leas, 8265. iust instru
meat ever sold for the money. All pianos
from our warerooms are sold at lowest cash
valuation and withot regard to makec's high
prices.-Send for price lists.
Mason & Hamlin Organs 555 to $1000 each,
delivered freight paid to cash payers, in any
part of the South. Any piece of Sheet Music
or Book Music published in the U. S., sent
post p-id on receipt of retail price. Address
all orders to LUDDEN & BATES,
Southern Music Warehouse.
Feb.26, 8-3m. Savaunnah, Ga.
The Largest and Finest assortment of
Clocks, all varieties. Splendid assortment of
Solid Silver and Plated Ware. Watches and
Jewelry of all Kinds. Handsome rictures,
hanging baskets, and other ornaments. The
largest and best variety ever shown in New
berry. Prices moderate, at
Mar. 5-.f . F. SPECK'S
All persons indebted to us prier to 1873,
will find their Notes and Accounts in the
hands of an officer for collection ten days
from this date, as louger time cannot be
given. ABRAMS & METTS
4 Mar. 19, 11-tf.
IIUL IOAD U.ETNG.-WC are requested
by Senator Corwin to announce that there
will be a meeting of the incorporators of the
Newvberry and Chester Rail Road, at the
Town llailon Wednesday the 19th. Citizens
generally are invited to attend.
R. C. SHVER & Co.-We are oleased to
note that this house is already receiving
Spring supplies and will soon present such a
variety as will prove attractive.
SPRING CLOTWxNG-Attention is called to
the advertisement of Messrs. Swaffield &
Son, who have now in store an elegant as
sortment of Spring Clothing.
UAr!-See advertisement of Mr. P. Cant
wzl's in this paper. If you want good West
ern Timothy Hay, it can be had by sending
an order to him.
The light of a match will frighten a wolf
away, it is said. Buit love-matches don't
always keep the~wolf from the door.
Berthis in mind young folks.
"here are some things it won't do to
trifle with-for instance, a woman's opinion
and the business end of a wasp."
Who will cIamo diente ?
The best thing in this world is to take
things as they come-take them easy-and
take a good many of them.
So says an exchauge, but we consider it
bad advice. We trust no one will follow it
by taking any of our things.
ADvaCE.-Somne one who knows says:
Marry a warm-hearted girl, whether cold
weather affects you or not. Warm -hearted
girls are comfortable even in warm weather,
' and in cold weather they are an absolute
necessity to a man's comfort.
GAND AND FLOWER SEEDs.-Attention
is directed to the advertisemeE:t of E. J'
Ev~ans & Co., Nurserymen and Sedsmen,
York, Pennsylvania. They can furn.ish all
the best and latest varieties in large or small
quantities, and orders will be prcmptly at
ArroiN-rMENT.-We are pleased to notice
th at our genial and accomplished fe!low -citi
zen, Mr. C. C. Chase, has been appointed
Trial Justice for Newvberry. He can be found
for the present, at the drug store of Motte &
Tarrant-ini rear-and prepared for business.
We feel confidence in saying that he will
discharge the responsible duties devolving
uponl him with impartial fairness.
TuE Erszoorr.-The Fairfield Herald
says that the animal creation and other
vcarmnints in tint region are falling victims to
this malady. It is feared therefore that the
delinquent subscribers to that paper. will be
cut off before they can pay up. If thisshguld
happen and the malady spread in like manner
to other sections, this County will be sadly
depopulated. Good paying subscribers are
exemipt from the epizoot.
SatoT.--On Wednesday last, a young man
froma the country-we withhold his name
came to our house, and requestedI the loan of
ottr dJule barrelled shot gun. Seeing
n->:hing unusual in his m:anner, tne deadly
wieapo-t was turned over to him. Scarcely
a half hour after we learned that he had got
st. The particulars are as follows: Aftner
leav ing the house, be proceeded to one of our
princip.ti stores on M-tin Street, and in the
calmest manner called for a couple of pounds
of the best kind, and after paying for them,
ptt. We have heard nothing from him since.
UsEFCL AND COXFOaTABLE AS WEt,! As
OasAXENTAL.-Mr. R->bt. Leavell, the pop
ular furniture dealer, has just received a lot
of lounges, which for comfort in make and
beauty in finish are ahead of anything of
the kind in this market. One look at them
will create an intense and ardent desire to
possess one; and if one has the cash to spend
and a heart big enough to buy,and can make
up his or her mind whether it shall be one of
the beautiful reps, splendid brussels or a
Sgreen enamel, there will be nothing else ii
the way of the hiappiaiess of either buyer o:
seller. Go and lock. it.
Per yoca GAnDENs IN oEDE.-As the
season for g.trdenin.r is now open, it may not
- be amiss to admonish the reader, if he or she
has one, to plant in it something. A good
garden is a wonderful help, and a good thini
-to have, not only as a means to furnish
variety f er the table, but., as a promo ter of
health. Nearly all kinds of seeds may no'
be sown, if the ground is in good preparation
See to it then, and put your gardens in order
ithat you may reap abundantly of th<
Sgenerous fruits of the earth. Let every foo
1. of space be oce ipied with some kin.l of plant
ex Neither nerzect your Slower plot. No bome
he be it e'er so humble, or yard so small, but cat
ctfford space for bri;.ht and beautiful flowers
ojhey gladden 'he heart, p'ease the eye an
?.dora a pla::e which Will otherwise lools gl
i sad bcftu.
UTIFAZING N.MxEs -An exchange has dis
covered that pet and other names may thus be r
utilized:-For a iport's wife, Bet-ty; for aEl
lawyer's wife, Sue; for a teamster's wife, d
Carrie; for a shce.naker's wife, Peg-gy; for
an auctioneer's wife, Blid-dy; for a chemist's
wife, Ann Eliza; the wife of a Credit Mobilier
MENINGETIS.-We regret to state that s(
this fz-arfui sc.arge has again broken out in M
this comnunity, and that since Saturday
last, thuee have been no less than fourI
One of these, the oidest son of Mr. Ed.
King more, a brizh t and promising youth of
about I2 years, and three colored persons.
There are several others dangeroasly low at
this writing. Among the whites it is con
fined altogether to children.
A- EPzOOTIC ToOT.-TbiS town is va
riously affected with horns. Some people
take a number of bor is, a few go round the
horn, and -- number of others blow horns
from early morn to dewy eve. One of the
latter was blowin,4 the other day, and we
could not help thinking of this couplet:
Johnny had a little horn,
But when he tried to toot it re
According to the latest style,
It had the epizootic. I
HE WLAs GRATiFiED.--The improved clay ef
heap opposite Un.!;u Julius' is as much ti
dreaded by the teamster with heavily load.
ed wagon as Cape Hatteras is to the storm fc
beset mariner, and with reason. a Wed- h.
nesday, a Jehu had occasion to test its tough
ness, and like others got i>tuck in the middle, C
it was an unmistakeable 'stall.' Luckily di
there were a number of colored men standing o
around idle-nothing unusual-whose pity h.
,nade them kin to the mud stack driver, and
at once they rushed in with shout-aigs dread
fuiiv significant to the team of mules, who
fearing something else, stretched and1 pull
ed their load out. We were particularly U
s:ruck with the driver's heart-felt ejueulation,
'God bless you!' lIe was grotiled. HoWI
few are men now-a-days. Whether ie was
gratided for the help of his brethrcn, or the
le , 01
effort of musc:e on the part of the mUles,
though, we know not.
Since makiing the above notice, we are
pleased to state that the town fathers have
repaired the hole,and that now it is in apple pied
order, and can be travelled without appre
COTTON FALL-Tle sudden decline in the
C)tton Market, 'we regret to say has changed tc
the old and hackneyed expression Of "no
body hurt," into "everybody hurt" that is h.
hose wbo deal in the fleecy fabric. Many of
our cotton buyers are look ing dolefully sad g
and lugubrionaly melancholy. 'Spots' in cot
ton now look tuo ugly for happiness, and 'fu. sl
tures' rend their souls 'Tis a pity but 'tis
true. and yet what is the use of crying over
spit milk. Its a species of lottery, a Iz
can't be alw;ys drawn, and reverses must be
met sometimes, and should be met in proper
spirit. We sympathize with those who
have lost, but we know that their energy and
long sightedness wiltl soon bring teM out,
right side up. c
We cannot help adding here, that there is
ano,ther future besides a cotton fatnre, and a
that too much attention is given to the hitter
without proper thought of the former.
TEXPERANCE LECTUEaS.-Agreeably to
appointmen:, the great apostle of Temper- h
ance, Mr. Ed ward Carsweil, arrived on Thurs
Iday last, and beicig met by a committee of fi
Sons from Newberry D)ivision, was escorted 0
to comfortable quarters at the Hotel, where
he was left for a short rest,--very much need. P
ed. For be it known, Mr. Carswell has been Ia
travelling for many months, and lecturing Ip
almost every night without intermission, be- h
fore immense audiences. It w ill be conceiv.t
ed, therefore, that he was; much jaded, and i:
was in a condition to enjoy being left alone t<
1for a few hours. At the proper time the
committee again took him under its wings, iu
and led the way to the Town Hall, for the
lecture of the night. The Hall wa packed.
and it was with no little difficulty, and only
by close folding of wings, that the com
mittee with the distinguished and eloquent 1
gentleman gained access to the stage. We J
have never seen so large an audience out
before in this place for a public lecture, and I
the appreciation manifested by this large
and enthusiastic turn out, was as gratifying.
to Mr. Carswell, as it was to Division No. 8,
to the latter of which, our citizens arc greatly
indebted for their efforts in bringing Mr. C.
to such a near and agreeable acquaintance
with them. The Division is not only in this 1
entitled to consideration, but for the fact
that it has struggled through from its in.
cipiency, till now it is a great success, andt
numbers in its ranks no mere handful, but a
fair and strong army, and none will entertain
a doubt of the great good which has been
accomplished. The turn out of the Division
was large, the Sons occupying seats in front
of the lecturer on the right, and the fair
daughters the left-for be it known No. 8 is
not composed entirely of nature's sterner
material, but largely and happily numbers in
its rank and file a goodly setting of nature's
purest, loveliest and best; to their praise be it
said. It was a handsome and brave sight,
and the Cornet Band discoursing sweet mel
odies, put the hearts of andience and speaker
in tune for the occasion. At the right
moment, WVorthy Patriarch, L. Rt. Marshall,
called on the Chaplain, Rev. J. Stout, to open
with prayer, after which, Mr. Carswell was
introduced. It is scarcely necessa:y to say
anything in praise of the eloquent lecturer,
for every body was out to hear, for him or
*herself, and judging by the rapt attention
and the appreciative laughter, it was hugely
enjoyed. It was a rich treat, we may be
permitted to say, however; rich in pathos,
humor, and all that goes to make up a
fluished, pointed and elcquent lecture, and
, w.hen Mr. C. rounded off in a graceful man
ner, and announced that he would be forced
to conclude in consequence of fatigue, great
was the regret. Althou.th he had spoken for
Inearly an hour and a half, it seemed scarce
half so long, and it took another half hour
for the light to break in on the large audience,
that tile agreeable entertainmnent was really
over, and not then was an attenipt made to
Ibreak up. until Mr. C. arose and announced
that the committee had engaged him for
another lecture on the Monday night follow
ing. To the lively and inspiriting music of
the Cornets then, did the happy throng
On Monday evening, as promised, Mr.
ICarswell treated uts to another of his rich,
rare and racy lectures, ils first,we thought
was his best, that it could not be exceeded,
hut where ignorance is bliss 'tis folly to be
wise, for the second was infinitely superior
in all points, iIe had become en rapport
with his a'udien.ce as was seen at once as he
atrcse to his feet, and an enthusiasticegreeng
w~as iven; and this sponraneous mark of
appreciation carried us back to the good old
days w hen such tokens used to be more
common. We can only add that Mr. Cars.
well is a chaste and finished lecturer, rich in,
eloquent power and a perfect word artist, if
we may be allowed die expression. Would
thdat we could have him among us oftenter.
Look for Marshall's -.dvertisement, like his
g oods,% is saW goot2.
DEarH.-After a lingering illness of sere
kl months, Mr. L. C. Wicker, departed
ils life on Monday afternoon at the rei
nce of Capt. Gaunt, in this town. He
as about -0 years o age, and the only re
aining son of Mr. Abraham Wicker, whose
idden death was recorded a week or two
,o. It will be remembered that the other
in died of renin.etis during the Christ
as holitiavs. If we are correctly inforto
I there are no other ineubers of this fan
living, all, all have passed away. What
lesson is here given.
BOUT TRi Tows AND COUSTT.
The weather during the entire past week
Ls been charming-and gardens. are being
,aded, ploughed, laid ufr an seeded with
energy and indastry charming to behold.
Business is quite brisk again, for the roads
ing in better fix than they were a short
ne since, wagons fiil the streets and cotton
Great complaints are made as to tardy arri
lof freights. Even from an inconsidcrabie
stance-say Columbia-a week or ten days
apses erc an article shipped at that peint
aches here. No computation of time can
made as to freights from greater distances.
ii! roads, and express companies are great- ,
to blame. A miserable ngligence or in
aciency exits generally among them, and
e people suffur.
The monkey show ha left, and its a pity,
r more anim-%tion among the good people
s not been wituessed'sin-e the war.
Mr. J. F. Glenn, a quiet and peaccable
tizen. while vu his way home on Wednes
Ly night, was knocked down, by "hom,
for what object, is no: known. The blow
s left a painful wound.
We regret to learn of the death of Mr.
xob Werts, Sr., which occurred on Tuesday
ght at his residence near Dead Fall. lie
as fifty years of age, and leaves a wife and
Thoq. Bedenbaugh, we learn was drowned
st week at Bouknight's Ferry, while cross
ti: river in a batteau. le was the ton
'Rev..Tos. Bedenbaugh, c,lored, and aged
The Ministers' Association of the town uf
ewberry, mec on Tuesday last, the regular
y of meeting, at the house of the Rev. John
out. After the hour of business, the com
nuy prescut wen. invited to partake of a
rth-day feast by their genial and amiable
)st. The time was pleasantly spent, we are
Id, and the dinner much enjoyed.
Mr. Edward Scott, resident of Newberry,
Ls beca appointed to the position of Post
aster, vice 1). R. Phifer removed. Both
intlemen have our sympathies, the one,that
: goes into an office full of troubles and re
ionzibilitics, and which calls for a large
wercise of patience, and tie other that
Lving become used to the trial and acquired
e necessary requisites of a P. M. in a long
scharge of duty, has now to forget the
ssons learned, and turn his attention to
Quite a number of our enterprising mer
iants are preparing for the Spring trade.
)rne have already returned from New York
ad other cities, and among those back we
tice Capt. M1eFall, MIr. Retuben Chick, 31r.
iT. Tarrant and 31r. J. W. MIon tgomery.
hose still absent are Measrs. E. Coppock,
.Foot and W. HI. Webb. The public shall
ear from each of these gentlemen soon.
J. N.-Just before going to press are we
vored with a visit from the greatest philos
,her of the age, known the country over as
J. N.". It is his purpose to lecture in this
lace on the 3rd of April. One of his great
nd interesting theories is that the emanci
ated slaves will yet be paid for in part at
ast and the Southern Soldiers pensioned by
e influence of his theory. This brief notice
merely designed to prepare the public mind
r a fuller idea of' what is in store.
1. N. is the guest of his friend II. Hi. Blease,
hose sympathy lie truly apprecia-.es.
On the evening of the 3J instant, by Rev.
A. Mood, at the Methodist parsonage, in
enettsville, J. C. HinU>Is, EsQ., and Miss
.NNXE E. Ba.zsTOw, all of that County.
On the 11th inst., at the residence of the
rie's father, by the R1ev. J. A. Sligh, 1)r.
OliN SimpsoN, of Prosperity, and Miss F.
IBLElt, of Newberry.
NEWBEnRT, S. C., March 18.-Cotton 163.
N.w YOaR. March 17.-Cotton weak and.
~reguiar-uplands 195; Orleans 198. Gold
CAtRLESTON, March 17.-Cotton dull
BA.T.~IM(,RE, March 17.-Cotton dull
A cGtsTA, March 17.-Cotton weak -mid
LIVERPOOL, March 17.--Cotton irregular
-uplands91); Orleans 95.
Newberry Prices Cunrrent.
By MAYES & MA.RTIN?.
LPPLES-Green, per bushel......... a 2 00
try, per bushel......1 50' al 75
tAG IN-Guny-per yard.... - a 16
toE.-',tanilla, per lb............... 20 a 25
IAON-Hams, per lb.............. 20 a 21
Shoulders. per lb.......... 7 a 8
Sides, per16.............I10a 11
LUE STONE, per lb.............. .. a 15
~EF:-per lb................... 8 a 121
TE-Country, per lb......... 25 a 3
1iEESE-E. D..................... a25
;IIIVIENS-per head............. 15 3,
~A LC-per yard..... ........... 10 a 121
'EltA-perlb................. $ a 1!
:ORN, per busbel................1 10 alS1
:RN M EAL, bolted, per bushel . al 25
3ANLES-Adamantine, per set.. 18 a 20
:OFFEE-Rio, per lb.............. - a 28
Laguyrn, per lb......... a 32
Java, per lb..... .......3. a 35
0TTON Y ARtN. per bunch...........al 73
)OMESTICS-4-4 per ysrd. ....... .. 14 a 18
7-8 - ..... 2 a 15
34 "....... 9 a10
EGS per dozen............... - a 25
~LAt-R. er bbl..................9 00a12 CO
;UN'onDE.perlb......... a 5
lION TI ES. per ib................-- a 10
RiON-English refined, per pound 73 a 9
Swedes...................... 9 a 10
Band........................ a 9
11oop........................ a 12
Plow Steel................... a 12)
Potware................... 10 a 12
1.AD. per16....................... a 15
UMBE-Wide Boards, per M ft. ..1200 a2000r
Scantliug, per 31 ft...lo0 a200J
Flooring, per M ft...50 a2000
LIOLASSES-,&uba, per gal.........-- a 40
Wes Indi, per ga.... 50 a 75
N e Orean, pr gl. .90 al 00
~IACEEL-per half barrel...6 00 aS 00
per Kit............300 a400
IADDE-per Jb................. - a 40
Sal,S. per keg..................... a8 u0
JTS. per hushel.................5 al 25
NINS, per bushel................ - a3 00
JL-Kerosene. per gal............. - a 65
Linseed,boiled................. al 30
Linseedi. raw..................a 4)
Tanner's, Straits............... al 25
[PE A. per busbel................. 00 al 25
lOTATr,S-lrish. per bushel...... - a2 00
Sweet, per bushe..... - al 2.5
PAINS-White Lead, per lb... 12 a 14J
Chemical, per gal... - a2 75
RICE. per lb. ......................... a 11
SA LT. per sack...................-.. - a2 25
s . s per 10o. .... .. ..... 00 a6 0
SUGAl-P'ulverize~d, per lb....... ....a 16S
Crus'hed. per lb. ............. a 16
A. per lb..................... a 15
0.Extra, per lb.............. a 14
- Brown. per lb............... a 14
SPECIE-Gold...................... a 12
Silver..................... a 3
SPIRITS-Corn Whi.key, per gal. .. .2 00 a3 00
French Brar.dy.......... - a1400)
live Whiskey............3 50 a6 00
Hiolland Gin...........- aS 00
Of Tu ,,utine. .... ...... al 00
TEA-Uson, per ..................1 50 a2 50
Iruperial, per lb...............1 75 .2 5)
Black, per lb...................1 00 al 75
TALLOW. per lb.................. 10 a 12
VNEGAR--Cider, perg~al........... 60 a 75
VANISHSES-Corch body, per gal 4 o0 se 59
Copa, per gul........a8 03
.tE) r) FA
Plantation Supplle, Dry Goof
Krep const.i:l n
Coffv-', M al, ',.t
Bacun, M se, T;es,
Flour, ' lT a
ehtoice: A No. IarilGo e lute,ndU
G;vte us a :1i
JN0. F. WEDD. TIS .L
Coi, empla: ing a change in our busineSS
at i early d.ty, we hav nd to ;ell
oOd,; n the future
AT SHORT PROFITS
With our experience we are sttisfied that it
will be to our interest as wel! as the
Interest of Those With
Whom We Deal,
to confine oursehlv-s striet!y to :he CA-,l4
SYST ,, I SELL FOR SilT)f PROFI .
We hope our friend, and the pui)ie gene
rally, wl give ns a trial under this new
U pon which we now viter, niad %%e
will ende.tvor to make it to their 1 t0rest to
give us thvir paLronMge.
WE WILL KEEP
A good stcek of
Heavy and Family Groceries,
and a CONSTANT SUPPLY of the
to the examination of which we invite all
persons wishing to purchase goods in our
line hofore they make their purvhases.
R. 100MR1A & U.
All persons indebted to us by note or
account, are most eartiestly requested to
make paynnt at once. All our claims are
past due and we must have them settled.
We m:ean what we say.
R. MOORMAN & CO.
Mar. 10, 187">-10-tl.
aJeS & MarliN
Are receiving their FALL SUPPLY of
C U TL ERY,
SADDLERY and WHIPS,
cliUMlBER WO0D P[MPS
ETC., ETC., ETC.
-Oct. 2, 40-tf.
BAGGING, TIES, &c.,
WIIOLESALE AND RETPAIL,
J. H. O'Neill, Agt
Corn er Cald well and Friend Sts.
Opposite Mr. P. Scott, Merchant TailQr,
Has just received and opening a general as
WHICH WILL. BE SOLD
Low for Cash, or coun
The public generally are invited
to call and examine mny stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
The Highest Price Paid for
I et~fCotton. --
WE are prepared to grind from one to
one hundred and fifty bushels Corn per day,
and will furnish free transportation of their
*grain to ard from our mill for our patrons
free of chatrge.
* WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
A pr. 17, 16-tf.
STORE TO RENT.
TAT e n ommdiu Storeor
t e corne.r, ~ppo-ite A. M. Wicke') an
latly occupied by McFall & Pool. Fot
terms apply to10 F L& OL
Is, Boots, Shee., Hals, &c.,
handa good jilh of
ceo, Wooenaind Viiiow Ware,
ikwhe'at Flo:u,r in :', :ndanae.
Drunt x Faniry~ Iri'rles.
DR. S. F. FANT,
NEMTERRY C. 11., S. C.
All the o-t :pprovxl PATENT .-Eli
CINES con i.tmis on hand.
PE1'''lift. iE . ISOAPS and TfLET
all ho0'.rs, dLiy ;1nd nigh.
31 r.D 1:I '-:- N f. R . i' r:2
Dr. E. E. JACKLS",
Ilas ab on Land the pure.t
Drugs, Medicies and
0: the bet,
Conbs, Brushes, Soaps,
Pomades, and Faney
Toilet Articles, &c.
Orders Pro::.tiv at.ten,!id to :ad with
A sure and permanent Cure for all diseases
caused by a dyranged Liver, such as .Taun
dice, flyspepsia, Heartburn, Fevers,
Nervcness, Impnrity of the Blood,
'.elancholy, Costiveness, Sicik
Headache.Pains in the Head.
nad all kindred diseases.
EVER~Y fAMiY SOUolLD 1!HVi IT.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
I Prepared only by
WILSON & BLACK,
Mar. 1:2, 1u-t;m. (ilAi LOTTE, N. C.
DR. H. BAER,
W!IorLCs.LLE ANtI RETAIL
D RUG GIST,
NO. i!,1 MEETING STREET,
CHIARLESTON, S. C.
May 3, l-tf.
Hlouse-Furneish ing Goolds.
E. E. DAVIES. D. B. WAD)E.
illE S[STOR RO0m TiiH CORNER.
E. E. DAVIES&00O.,
New York and Domestie
Poultry, Game, Eggs, Butter,
Lard, Cheese, &c.
N9RFf0L OYSTER DIEPOT,
Next to jlr. .Jach~on's,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Orders Promptly Attended To.
\ATED, by comtt an re la
Eookkeer tOi kepa s of Look. For
siocv V Dry groodx.
Clearing Out Sah
TO MaKE ROOM FOR
SPiN G STOCK
Boots, Shoes, au
A large lot of
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v:or.s..:: 1:.u.r:rs Ix
NO. 2 HAYNE STREET,
(C oR nt r.M,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
No paii :ive be-en :-mrvd in i v
1ic to render our lr as-o r e t of od
attreiv 1e and d -irable and notin;ig ha
been left undone, that long experience an,
s ty c . sgges, to deserve a shar
of your tpatrn!ge
i1a. ing perf, ced rrangements by whic'
we receitve our tgoods dir-et from the na:u
facturer.i ensure our custmers the grea
adv.m:ia eCof purchtain: t hem at . the ver
lo is r ate id of ti.e mnost desiraule s,..,
la priaces anid quali t w believe2 they wi
cornpare f.ivorab:y wiath any other stock-i
the city or elsewhecre. We sha'l be please
to) offer thie e Goods for your inspection, a
anyt time~ vou may; favtor us~ with a c;l.
Al onier- will have our carteful an
L. F. FLEAMING & CO.
Febrary, 18:1 4 Charle.ston, S. C.
FALL AND Wi1NTEI
A. full supply of
B0OTS IND 8H018
Hats and Caps,
Grianiteville S h i r t in g:s
Sheetings and Drills, to Me>
chants in any quantity
THlE subscriber h as on han at Pe
Sttion, near Alston, S. C., on the G. &
R. R., TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND N
1SHAVED SHINGLES, in packages
fie hundied each, which he offers ve
lotv. He is constantly rcing simil
lot. Orders will be promiptly attended
Prce, M.5 p'r thousand. No charge
loading. Terms Cash. Address,
.I F. H. DOMINICK,
Feb 12 .-m LbTQ.SS.O0
I have rce:aly ren.i a .e North, r
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Fe b. 5, 53-tf.
Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the South Caro
lina Railroad Company, and
of the South-western Rail
Cn.r.us-r0s, S. C., M;.reb S. 187:l.
The.44 annual meeting of 1the Stoekh olders
Iof the Sou:itr asiha Ralro:i Compa:.
0 wl of the Souith-t estern : al I::l .
will be held1 in this cit ite Hiall of the'
5Bank Of iha e.s)4 No:rh-ent coiner 0'
Broad an.1 'S:a-e ct OnTEEDY
April 8,prx O at 1 0'e0e, .M.
betweethe hi. ours of A. M. --d :3 P. M,
lor' lifteen( Drctors of th RL -.o0ad Com.
pany anid th'irteen Di:rectors of the Ban:k.
A conmmit:ee to veriVy proxies will attend.
Stookh"aders wti be passed over the road
to an;d iro0m the nmeeting fre" of charge.
J. R. E\ERY, Sectary.
Mar. 12, 10- 4t.
That Fine Stallion
Will stand the ensuing season, at the fol.
lo"ing places, viz:
Col. J. S. Ren wick's-Tuesday's and V ed.
Maj. J. K. G. Nance's-Wedraesday's and
L. P. W. Riser's-Saturdav's.
Anid at his own stable the intermrdiate
--TERMS-$15 for insurance, and $10 L'y
Beauregard is a fine, thoroughbred horse
~of beautiful appearance, and has taken pre.
nmiums at the State Fair.
M. M. BUFORDP,
* Mar. 5, 9-2m. Liberty Hall, S. C.
Change of Bates.
From this date the Newberry HERALD will
be furnished tO all single C.AsH in advance
ke subscribers for S2.50, instead of S3, hat wher
C.the subscription is not paid in advance ii
of will invariably be $3. Clubs '.f twenty, re
rv member, get the ERALD at $2, clubs of ter
r at S2 25.
:o- Transient advertisements, one square
or cue inch space-will be S1 for tirst insertion
and 75 cents fgr subsequent insertions. Lib
.eral contracts will be made for thfte, si.x aa
twelve months stYrismns
3 IAl., S. C.
nd a:a p-epared, to eC02-:1.:
antest and nmst aprz. styi. i DRESS
&c., with a full line of
)OW SHADES AND
First G!ias Drv (oods Etiablishment.
E MILLINERY DEPARTMENT,
RS. A. Md(RMiC K, so fenraly known
ffers unhual :utactions, the ok having
i at 10ti 10 race. t all wants.
EE ING M1ACHIE,
QVj:l-SEWVING M A CIIINE, constitr.to a
. jetly conidered the most eliCien t
V. t . acaL
Soiu hf C'h 1ia. otel. Colcubia, S. C.
LE l flING.
:'s Furnishing Goods.
31A, S. C.
Ic to throuzh the season the BEST RE-kDY
d i:* cqualed by nnv custom made. All the
IlE (T:S, Il.VEL.S, TRICOTS, BLACK
11F NC11 and AMERICAN D%ESS TESFS,
) BOYS' CLOTHING.
*IT AND NELiGE SHIRTS.
NE~ K Wi.\R ad SUSPENDERS,
-ution of their fiends nnd customers of New
V slecwd Stock of Go- k. Visitors to the
W'N be prumptly attcaded to and satisfaction
& WILEY, COLMIA, S. C.
BUY THE BEST !
The AMERICAN will Last a Life Time.
It is superior to all others b r simplicity
It has b)een pronounced by the best me
chanies the b,est finiThed, and made on the
best plan, of any machline manufactured.
Will1 sew the finest and coarsest fabrics, no
matter how much starch. Never drops
stitches, runs light and almost noiseless.
Call and examine for yourself.
Sold on the most reasonable tc:ms and
Inducee n cu.
LOYELACE & WHEELER.
Oct. 23 43-tf.
E[ MEAN BJIt1ES?!
An i can ahoy a stock of
Carriages, Buggies, Saddlery,
HlARNESS, AND FIXTURES,
Refrigerators, &c., &c.,
generiy, .ir.. li:t. ni.i for beauty,
eleg ic e, dur.bilby n a ::a :.-o:liv cannot
be surpassed in the country.
WE SELL AT FACTORY PRICES,
IANID DEFY COIMPETITION!
Outr SADDLE and ITARNESS MANU
FACTOlY is '.-ell supplied und turns out
warran tea wots.
'AT THE LOWER STORE
can be found a choice and large asscrt
Low for Cash !
We buy !argely of COTTON and give the
top of the mar::et a!wa.' s.
Ali we ask is that the pub!!e will favor
us with a call so that an examination may
be made.. membcnPer tiere are three sepa
WB,JONES & PARKER.
My term of office hatitg ex pired Ir
spe'ctfully nar ': all pers 1ho had liens,
deeds or mortgages recorded duriez may
t,:rmn of office,. to call on Medrs & Jone~s
Jone~s, n.ho titi delivir R .esime.
Ncv. 97. 4m-tf. THOS. 2,LAE