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vertising agency of Messr:. Walker, Evans &
Cogswell, represented by Roswell T. Logan,
E-q., is the only authorized agency for this
paper in Charleston.
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timore, Md., are duly authorized to contract
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tisers iu that City are requested to leave their fa
vors with thishouse." -
We will send a copy of onr paper and a
copy of "Peters' Musical Monthly" for one
year to any one sending us S4.50. 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
frot fifty to sixty Piano pieces, worth at
Pianos.-Where to Buy.---Feb
ruary Ist, 1873.
Price. reduced from 15 to 25 per cent. Lar
gest Stock in the South to select from. Ele
gant 7 oct. pianos, Rosewood Cases, Carved
Legs, Overstrung Bazs, and all Modern im
'rovements &265, 275, 300. warranted dura
r. Money refunded in case of fai'ure. The
popu:ar Southern Gem only S290, 300. 320 &
340. Rallet Davis & Co., Square Grand 7s
oct. $375, 410,439 & 490. Wm. Knabe & Co's
Superb Instrument lower than ever before
sold. Address us for SPECIAL TERMS. Pi
anos sent-on trial to any part of the South.
Send&r price lists, catalogues, etc. Select
the style- desired, give us the order and we
guarantee to furnish a first Class instrument,
or reftund the money. Wholesale Depot for
the celebiated Mason & Hamlin Cabinet or
gans-Fift Styles fron $5 to $1000, each.
Delivered FREIGHT PAID to cash buyers in
any part of the South. Any Sheet Music or
Mtasic bookpublished in the U. S. sent post
piid on receipt of retail price.-Address all
LUDDEN & BATES,
Southern Iusic House,
Mar. 20, 12-10. SAvAN-AH, GA.
Maxross.-Newberry Division. No. 8, S. of
T., meets every Tuesday night at 8 o'clock, in
Pulaski Lodge, No. 2), 1. 0. 0. F.. meets in
the same Hall, every Friday evening at8 o'clock.
Amity Lodge, No. ST. A. F. M., meets first
Monday in the month, at 8 o'clock.
Siznt Chapter, No. 18, P.. A. U., meets every
second Monday, at 8 o'clock.
Tow" CoVscIL.-J. P. Pool, Intendant. P.
Rodelsperger, J. Gaunt, A. M. Bowers and 0.
SRX=r.-J. J. uarrington.
CLZ-J. C. Smith.
UDGE PROnATr--J. C. Leahy.
oL COXXIssOMa-M. S. Lonz.
CoverT CoXXIsMO.xNzs.-Dennis Moates, T.
Keitt, A. Rice.
1TRA L JUSTICkS.-C. C. C hse. G-. P Jacoby,
PAsTaoS or HusaxNDUY.-Persons de
siring to organize subordinate Granges, will
apply to Dr. John A. Barksdale, Secretary of
the State Grange, at Laurens C. H.
FIST OF TIE SEAsoN.-Mr. S. P. Kinard
will accept our thanks for some of his early
strawberries, deliciously fixed up with cream
and sugar, a foretaste of the season soon
to be upon us.
FLOn.%L Fipt.-Mr. Benjarnia F. Evans,
in behalf of the Committee of the Agricul
tural Society of South Carolina, will accept
our thanks for a card of invitation to attend
the Floral Fair during the last week in April.
QUIILTER-Mr. Crowell Chapman respect
fully informs the ladies of Newberry, that he
has received a lot of those admitable quilting
mnachines, and is nOW able to supply the de
mzan'd. The quilter has been successfully
tried, and gives satisfaction. To be found at
the store of Mr. Durham Lovelace. 1t.
THE UNION PRYER MEETINGs kept up
for a period of four weeks, and which have
resulted in much good, are suspended for the
Spr-esent. They will be resumed ere long, of
wvhich due notice will be given by the pastors
of the various churches, who form the Min
isters' Association of Newberry.
EAsTEa EtscrIoN.-TheC following memn
bers of St. Luke's Church, were elected to
serve during the year:
Wardens-W. C. Johnson, J. Ward Motte.
Vestrymen-N. B. Mazyck, A. W. T. Sim
mons, J. N. Fowles, R. H. Greneker.
Delegate to Diocesan Convention--N. B.
S,IGursT MIXED.-Our tlfree years old
the other day heard some one speaking of
going to a hotel. No doubt she thought it a
nice place to visit, for it was not long ere she
spoke of going there also,but instead of say
ing "to the Hotel," she said to the "To
liel." It was a simple mixing up of let
ters, but how near the truth in many in
stances was this random shot.
DE. G. W. GARamar.-We are pleased to
announce that Dr. Garmany is so far restored
o health as to be out on the street. His first
appearance out was on Saturday last, and
though his looks indicate the pains and
danger through which he has so recently
passed, yet he feels able to resume his prac
tice. We make the announcement, there
fore, that he is prepared to attend the sick
is in the past.
The Editor of "Our Monthly," published
at Clinton, in the last issue, says:
We are glad to hear of the increasing
prosperity of Aveleigh Church, at New
berry C. H. This church occupies a
splendid strategic point. We trust that the
growth of the cause in Newberry will con
tinue, as in the past, to be sure and steady
Mr. Mickle is one of our best preachers, and
eminently qualified for the position he occu
SuRGICAL OPERATION.-We learn from a
friend, that Dr. J. K. Chapman of Pomaria,
assisted by his student, J. Wnm. Folk, sue.
cesfully removed two surplus toes, and as
any unnecessary fingers from the feet and
hands of a negro child, living on the premises
of Mr. J. W. Folk, Sr., on Saturday, the 11th
Sof April. The surplus members have been
carefully preserved by the young student in
alcohol, as a memento of one of his earliest
ECHO ANSWERs, WHERE!-The Dallas
~'(Texas) News says: "There is our Haydn
SSociety; there is our Thespian Society; there
is our Commercial Club; there is our Name
less Club; there is our Fair Association, b.t
where, oh where, are our woollen, furniture,
boot and shoe factories, grain elevators and
Might not the above apply to portions of
this State, if not to Newberry itself ?
DEATH.-It is our painful duty to record
another death in this community. On Mon
day morning, about 7 o'clock, Mr. J. E.
Peterson, an old resident of Newberry, died
attr a painful but short illness of Erysipelas.
The deceased was born near Little River in
the County of Newberry, about 12 miles from
the Court House, Sept. 24th, 1816), and was
in his 57th year. He had been a resident of
this town aboit twenty-one years, and during
~:that time had been an active, energetic and
&Z eful citizen, ever willing and ready to en
gage in all public interests of the day, and
had served the town in various capacities
avit fidelity and care. He was well known
iothe basioss public as an active and suc
Sesful au~g?dnner, an.d for many years served
- e people in that capacityV. He leaves awife
other relativ,5 to mourn his deathi, hat
THE WALKER HOUSE.-We are pleased to
notice that Mr. D. B. Clayton, favorably
knawn to the travelling public, has rented
the Walker House in the town of Spartan
burg, and is now actively engaged in placing
it in thorongh repair and adding new
furniture thereto. It will be opened on 'he
18:h of May as a first-class hotel, a desidera
tum greatly needed in that flourishing and
much frequented town. The public will, we
feel satisfied, find in Mr. Clayton a gentleman
who knows how to make a ho:el comfortable
to his guests.
A Butler county, vhio, p..per, speaks thus
of Senator Corwin, of Newberry, who is on
a visit to that State:
"This gentleman. a former resident of
Hamilton, and well aud favorably known to
our citizens, and now a member of the South
Carolina Senate, called on us last Saturday
Mr. Corwin is a nephew of the late Governor
Corwin, of Ohio, and, while he does not
bear much resemblance to that distinguished
person, we may say he possesses the charac
teristics of the family-talent, wit and geni'
An English vicar was standing, on a Mon
day morning, at his gate, when one of his
parishioners arrived with a basket full of
potatoes. "What's this?" said the vicar.
"Please, sir," replied the man, "it's some of
our best taturs; avery rare kind, sir. My wife
said you should have some of them, as she
heard you say in your sermon that the
common taturs (commentators) don't agree
As tatur time is approaching, we publish
the above, and add that the common taturs
don't agree with editors, any better than
vicars. When you send any let them be of
the best, and the largest.
See notice of Newberry National Bank.
Dr. J. D. Bruce, having resumed the prac
tice of his profession, offers his services to
the citizens of the town. See card.
Marshall's is the place to go this week for
good things-so do do not fail, if you want
anytbing good, to go there.
Attention is called to the card of Mrs. D
Mower in this issue, in which the pleasing
announcement is made that the best of gro
ceries and at cheapest prices can be procured
at her store.
Mr. C. F. Jackson, the indomitable, irre
pt essible, persevcring, enterprising and inde
fatigable Columbia Dry Goods Merchant,
again offers special inducements.
IIIGHLY CHARGED.-The drinking portion
of this community have been apprized ere
this-we allude to the temperate drinkers -of
the pleasant fact, that Dr. Fant has erected a
most beautiful Soda Fountain, one of latest
improvement in make, and susceptible of
imparting the most unbounded saLisfaction
to the thirsty drinkers, but they do not know
that the effervescing qualities of the Soda
which flows from the charming fount, is of
unusual strength, and capable-if fully
charged-of lifting a man's hat from his
head. We speak whereof we know then in
saying, that we have experienced the ful,
strength. On Monday morning last,the polite
assistant, Mr. Tarrant, on a wiuk being
given by Dr. Fant, put a full charge into a
glass for the editor, which had the effect of
lifting thle editorial hat and causing it to fall
to the ground. We are happy to add, how
ev', that the effect was altogether of a pleas
an. character-and that though the fountain
was charged, the editor was not.
VERY MITCI NEEDED-OUr worthy town
fathers have, waith commendable considera
tion, determined to give us light, by the
erection of a number of street lamps-and the
people generally, and particularly those who
have to go out of nights, will give them
hearty thanks, for devious and broken are
the ways under foot, especially over the
granite side-walk, 'whose inequalities and
projecting angularities remain as rough as on
the day the work was completed. Light is a
good thing. Let there be light, then. There
is another thing needed now, and this is a
water cart or sprinkler, and not only one but
two or three of them. They would truly be
a blessing, a preventive of sore eyes, and a
protection to the goods of our merchants;
and not one of our business men but would
readily contribute five or even ten dollars
toward the expense of rigging up something
of the kind, and for sprinkling the streets
during the warm, dry and dusty season.
Just now the dust is intolerable, it whirls in
eddying gusts, gets into peoples' mouths
and eyes, settles on goods in the stores, seeps
through cracks and crevices, windows and
doors, goes down peoples' necks, ruins paper
collars, and is a nisance generally. What
say you, town fathers, shall the dust belaid?
CEANtGES AND IMPRovEMENTS IN THE
RIGHT DIRECTIO.-On Sabbath last, at the
re gular monthly Conference of the members
of the Methodist Chur.h, after a practical
and eloquent sermon from the pastor, Rev.
Manning Brown, preparatory to the occasion,
it was resolved, without a dissenting vote, to
build, if possible, a new and acceptable
church edidice withs a basement for the
Sabbath School. We believe with proper
effort, a sufficient amount, to erect such a
building as is necessary, can be readily and
promptly subscribed, with the aid of citizens
who are not identified as members, but who
are deeply interested in the prosperity of the
church, and that steps should at once be
taken to carry the good idea ont. At the
same time it was determined to delay no
longer in painting the parsonage house, and
a subscription was at once taken up for that
We learn with pleasure also, that the Bap
tist denomination determined some weeks
since, to repaint, carpet and otherwise put
their church in better condition, and that an
amount more than sufficient has been sub
scribed for that purpose. It is designed also,
to level the ground connected with the
church, lay it off with appropriate walks and
carriage drives, and plant the remainder as
lawns, with shrubbery borders.
The Lutheran membership are beside com
mencing the erection of a handsome and con
venient parsonage house for their minister.
This will be built on the church lot, and
will be a pleasant addition to that portion of
the town, and an appropriate tribute of
esteem to the pastor.
The Associate Re'formied Church has al
ready been repainted and put in order.
The remaining churches-Presbyterian and
Episcopal-are in good condition, and hap
pily do not need any special improvement
that we are aware of.
We like to chronicle these events, as they
show that the good work is going on, and
that our people are not altogether engrossed
in worldly matters, bat are willing to devote
not only a portion of their time, but their
means, to their houses of worship.
THE llORE.-It is a mistaken idea that
editors are the only victims of that society
pest, commonly denominated a "bore."
No man, whatever his calling or profession,
is exemopt from the great moral infliction.
Some men are happily constituted, however,
and pay no more attention to the bore than
they would to the buzning of a mnosquito;
thers are ab!s by a look, orp peli toe oi
yqcnton .aeleh bhe pest, nlp him in the bu4
a. it were, and make him feel so ure:zsy
that the door leading to the street will soon
be placed between him and his would-be
victim. All men are not equal to the emer
gency though, and suffer with the patience
and fortitude of maiYrs. Sometimes they
fly from the bore as they would from a
pestilence-'tis not often, however, that this
can be done, for it requires infinite tact and
finesse, the bore sticketh closer than a bro
ther, his tale is interminable, seems tohave no
end, and be continues to gabble and to stick,
even to taking hold of the button of a coat
to prevent the escape of his victim, and all
the while laying the sweet unction to his soul
that lie is decidedly entertaining. Reader,
are you guilty of this ugliness in any of its
multitudinous forms? It so, repent imme
We saw a poor friend the other day, flee
ing as it were from the wrath to come, and
no man pursuing, for he had left the bore
snug in bis room. We felt for him, having
been all over the same rough road many
times ourselves. How long he remained out,
to the neglect of business, and a prey to the
most miserable feelings, we know not.
Every day this happens-so common is the
bore. The minister trying to get to his
fifthly aud lastly, the lawyer eudeavoritg to
make up a good brief, the printer poring
over a bad piece of manuscript, the merchant
adding up a column of figures, the editor
cogitating for an idea, the busy housewife,
whose every moment of time is needed for
some important duty, and many others, all,
all,are thus at timer, alas, often times, made
the victims of a miserable fellow, whose only
recommendation is that he is full of gas and
can stick. Bah!
SOMETHING FOR THE Boys.-There are
so many lie-a-bed, as well as hard to get-a
bed, Johnny's, Billy's, Ilenry's, Josies, Bar
tow's, etc., in the world, that we suppose
naturally enough that there are a few even
in Newberry, in fact we know there are. and
who are as careless of the kind call of their
mammas, and as prompt to obey the sharp,
stern mandate of their fathers, as the ".John
ny" mentioned in the paragraph below by
the "Danbury News," that we insert it for
their benefit. And not only so i; it with
boys. We might pick out scores of Ella's,
Mary's, Alice's, Susan's and Jane's, who are
equally as bad. Itead the paragraph, boys
and girls, and acknowledge if the cap does
not fit your heads exactly, and then promise
to be more obedient and smart in futute:
"Calling a boy up in the morning can hard
ly be classed under the head or "pastimes,"
especially if the boy is fond of exercise the
day before. And it is a little singular that
the next hardest thing to getting a boy out
of bed is getting him into it. There is rarely
a mother who is a success at rousing a boy.
All mothers know this; so do their boys.
And yet the mother seems to go at it in the
right way. She opens the door;and insinu
atingly observes, "Johnny !" There is no
response. "John-ny !" S:ill no respouse.
Then tLete is a short, sharp "John!" follow
ed a moment later by a prolonged and em
phatic "John Henry." A grunt from the
upper regions signifies that an impression
has been made. and the mother is encourag
ed to add, "You'd better be getting down
here to your breakfast, young man, before I
come up there an' give you something you'll
feel." rhis so starties the young man that lie
immedIately goes to sleep again. And the
operation has to be repeated several times.
A faither knows nothina~ abiout this trouble.
He merely opens his mouth as a scda bottle
ejects its cork, and thte "John lienry" that
cleaves the air of that stairway goes Into
that boy like electricity, anid pierces the deep
est recesses of his very nature. And he pops
out of that bed and into his clothes and
down the stairs with a promptness that is
commendable. It is rarely a boy allows him
self to disregard the paternal summons.
About once a year is believed to be as often
as is consistent with the rules of health.
He saves his father a great many steps by
ABOUT THE TowN AND COGNv.
Young Spring took a chill on Thursday
morning last-caused it is thought by a hail
storm somewhere. It assu-ned a chronic
form before night.
This was not all, for old Boreas behaved
worse than he ever did in the Month of April
before. The dust was intolerably abomina
We regret to announce that meningitis is
again prevailing to some extent in this towu.
Two children have lately died from it.
Mrs. Sallie Boag, we notice by the Green -
ville Republican, has removed to th at city and
has taken possession of her new residence
near the Female College.
Dr. Fant, we are delighted to say, has
erected a new, beautiful and complete Soda
Fountain. Lovers of cool, sparkling, de
licious soda, with sweetest syrups, can now
be acco mmodated.
The Grand Division of the Sons of Temper
ance will convene. in this town on Wednes
day the 243d. There wilt be between thirty
and forty delegates.
We notice in the Progressive Age, that an
educational meeting will be held at May bina
ton, Saturday the 26th. Citizens generally
Judge Montgomery Moses has returned
from Spartanburg, and after his arduous
labors at Court, is looking remuarkably well
Messrs. Smith & Axt's bakery is rapidly
being completed, and will be ready for sup
plying the citizens of Newberry with excel
lent bread, delicious pies, and superb cake,
in a day or two. They will besides be pre
pared to do any kind of baking at a moderate
charge. Turkeys need not be murdered in
cooking hereafter, nor a joint of beef or
mutton done to death.
There was a passable carcase of beef in
market last Friday. Though the streaks of
lean outnumbered the fat streaks, it served
for filling purposes. It is gratifying to add
that our indefatigable beef commissaries are
on the look Out for one with a trifle more fat
We forgot to notice iu last issue that some
parties not up to the law, made and pro
vided, consider Mr. C. C. Chase a Chief Trial
Justice, and above the consideration of the
odinary and regular business of a Trial
Justce. They will disabuse their tminds of
suh an impression. Mr. Chase will attend
to nil business coming under the jurisdiction
of that office. He will besides attend to it
faithfully and well.
Our local gatherer can see more than any
other mian of his inches. For instance, a dog
with two tails was seen the other day. One
was In the mouth of the dog. It formerly
belonged to an ox. It is unnecessary to add
where the other was.
Trying to do business without advertising
is like winking at a pretty pr-etty girl through
a pair of green goggles. You may know
what you are doing, but no body else does.
We are indebted to another fellow for the
following receipt, in the performance of a
very amusing trick-called the "Printer's
Delight." As it is easily done, and there is
no deception about it, we can safely recom
mend its trial: "Take a sheet of note paper,
fol it carefally and enclose a bank note
Isuffciently large to pa t.p 4rrearages.
Keep your eye on the printer, and if you
can detect a smile, the trick is a sucoess."
Men are said to be bugles-the more brass
they contain- the more noise they make, and
the further you can hear them. If there is a
man of this character in town, we beg himi
not to blow his horn about out- ears.
Do you want business cards, envelopes,
circulars, band bills, posters, invitations.
tickets, bill or letter heads, neatly, ex
peditiously and cbeaply printed? Then leave
A tine assortment of blank cards, all kin
of paper and good ink, on hand at t]
HERA.W office, where any kind of work w
he done satisfactorily.
A supply of blank liens on hand.
The sun shone out on Saturday mornir
last, and'iti effects were felt in a large degr
in the neighborhood of this office. All t)
merchants, together wf'th their clerks, fro:
the Hotel to the Baltigmore Corner, we
drawn out to enjoy a sun bath. Poor fellow
they seemed to enjoy .he warmth as much i
did the historical sick kitten which fastene
itself to a hot rock.
The new cottage of Mr. Foster Blodget, c
Caldwell St., has been rented by Maj. Stewa
for. military purposes, and the stars an
stripes float on the breeze from the fron
We learn that the family of this officer wi
arrive in a few days,and sojourn in our midi
during the bumuier. Hfis long and patiet
bachelorhood will then be happily at an eni
A popular preacher thinks that he]
is within twenty miles of the earth
surface in the latitude of Kentucky
and his congregation have resolve
not to do any more subsoil plowing.
A TERRIBLE STOR.M.-OMAHA
April 17.-The storu covered a strij
of country 300 miles wide. It wa
the worst ever known. The tracl
will be cleared to-day. Three thous
and passengers are detained at Omah
by the storm.
THE CHILD SAVED FROM TlE AT
LANTIc.-The New York Commercia
says : -Little Tommy Hanly, the onli
child saved froi the Atlantic disaster
was in Wall street, Thursday. Ile ha
been adopted by J. H. Amery, of th
firtn of Glendenning, Davis & Amery
of Broad street. As soon as it becam
known that the sturdy little waif-h
is but seven years old-was -oi thi
street,' a crowd of brokers gatheret
round him, and Tommy became the
lion of the hour. They took him into thi
Stock Exchange. where the little fel
low beeame bewildered by the noisi
and turmoil. IIe was kissed and hug
ged and petted until the dewonstra
tive eLdearments became a little to<
much for his childish endurance. A
subscription was started for him in th(
Stock Exchange, and in a very shor
tinie $233.80 were put down to th<
credit of "Little Tomimy."
Near Poinaria, S. C.. on the 17 inst., bj
Rev. Geo. W. Holland, W ALTER W. FLMER
and Miss ALME A. EPTnNo, daughter 0
Adam Epting, dteeascd.
The Grand Secret of Beauty
I< health. The secret of health Lis th
power to eat, digest, and assimiiate a propei
quantity of wholesome food. This can nevel
e the case while impurities exist in thI
system. Every organ most perl'orm it:
funcionas, naturally, or the whole organis
is derPnge;. The Blood Tnu<t be purified; i
s the vital principle, ramifying throngl
very part of the body, and when it become:
mpure, its effects are shown on the wenkel
rgans. DR~ TUTT'S SARSAPA RILLA ANI
UEEN'S DELIGHT expels all imapuritie!
and vitalizes the whole system.
The substances composing DR. TU'TT'i
IVER PILLS are derived from the Vege
able Kingdom, and are particularly designe4
o act with gentleness and thoroughnes:
pon the Stnmach, Bowele, Liver and Gen
ral Circulation. They produce one or tw<
asy passage~ a damy. withont anly purging o
riping. They contain no drastic element.
For Inflannnatory and Chronie
Gout. Dyspepsia, Billions, Retnittent an<
[ntermittent Fevers, Diseaises of the Blood
[iver, Kidneys and Blladder, DR. TUTT'
5AISAPARILLA AND QUEEN'S DE
[LIGII1I has been most successful. Thes
:iseases are the rcsult of vitiated Blood. I
is purely Vegetable.
WHOSE IIANDSOME HousE IS THAT?
Such was the inquiry of the traveller, as h
passed an unusually well-titnished residenc
not many miles from here. The style of th
sashes, the clearness of the glass, the beaut
of the blinds and doors, the ncestness of th
columns and balusters around the piazza, thi
perfect proportion of the brackets an
mouldings, all struck the traveller with plea!
u-e and admiration. All the above were fu
nished by Mr. P. P. Toale, of Charleston,
C. Prices sent free on application.
April, 2. 13--1m.
NEWBERRTY, S. C., A pril 22.-Cotton 17;
LivarPOOt, April 21.-3 P. M.-Cottc
irm-uplands 91a91; Orleans 95.
NEw YORK, April 21.--Cotton steady-n]
land. 191; Orleans 191. Gold 179a171.
AUGUS'TA, April 21 --Cotton demand goc
-ordinary middling 17k.
Newberry Prices Current.
By MAYES & KARTIlN.
APPLES-Green. per bushel......... a 2
Dry, per bushel. .......1 50 al 7
BA GGING-Guuny-p9er yard....- a 1
ROE-.\an il k. pen b. .............. 20 a 2
BA CON-Hatms. pe lb.............. 20 a 2
Shoulders. per lb.......... 7 a
Sides, per lb ...... .. .... 1.is 1
BLUE SToNE. perlb................ a 1
BEEF-p"r1l....................S8 a I
BUTE-country, per lb......... 25 a 3
CEESE-E. I...................ha 2
CHlCK ENS-per head............i15a 3
CALICO-per yard.................10 a 1:
C'PEIAS-per ib............... 8 a l
CORN, per bushel................1 10 al 11
ColRs MEAL. bolted, per bushel. al 22
CANDLES-Adamantine. per sett. 18 a 2(
CUFEE~-iio, per lb............ - a 21
Laguyra, per lb.......... a S3
Java. per b6........... 39 a 3:
COTTON YAlRN, per bunch......... al 7
DIMESTICS-4-4 per yard........14 a 1!
7-8S ..... 12 a 1i
3-4 "...... 9na 1'
EG(5. per dozen................- a 2(
FLOUR, per bbl ................9 0s13 0(
GNPOn~ DElR, per lb.........40 a5:
IRON TJES. per lb................- a I'
litN-English reflued. per poud.. 74 a!
Swedes................... ?1 a 1(
Hoop...................... a 1I
Plow Steel................. a 1I
Potware................. 10 a 15
LARtD. per lb................. a l1
LUMBE-Wide Boards. per 31 t.. .1200 s200(
Scantling. per 51 ft....1000 a200(
Flooring, per M1 ft. ..150) a200(
MOLASSES-Cuba. per gal........5 a 4:
West India, per gal.... 50 a i.
New O)rleans, per gal.. . 901 al 0(
MACKEREL-per half barrel...6 00 a8 Os
per Kit........... 300 a 0(
MADDER-per lb................ - a 4(
NILS, per keg...................8 C
OATS, per bushel................5 al 2,
UNioNS, per busbel.............. - a3 0(
OL-Kerosene. per gal........... - a 6;
Linseed,bolled................ al &
Linseed, raw................. nal 4(
''ampner's. Struits........ ...... al 2
PE A5. per bu.bel..... ......1 00 a1 2i
POTATOS-Irish, per bushel..... - a2 0(
Sweet, per bushel... - al 2!
PAIN [S-White Lead, per lb... 12 a 1)
Chemical, per gal... - a2 7
RICE. per lb.......................... a 1.
SA LT, per sack....................... -a2 2
SHINGLES. per 10O.............. 3 00 a6 0
SUGA R-Pufverized, per lb......... a 1
Crushed, per lb.............a 1
A. perb0.................... a 1
p. P.tra, ner 6.......... p 1
urown, peYlb.............. a 1
SPIRTS.-Corn Whiskey, per gal... .2 00 a8 0
French Brandy. .... ... - a140
R ye Whiskey..........8 50 a6 0
Htolland Gin............ - a8 C
Of Turpentine..... ...... al I
TEA-Hyson, per lb................1 50 .2 1
Imperial, per1b...............175 2 5
Black, per lb.................1 00 al a
TALLOW, per lb................. 10 a 1
VIEG At-Cider, per gal......... a 5
VANISUES'-o,ch biody, per gal.* 003 aI
Vgs, pe 5..... a
" Plantation Supplies, Dry Good
Keep constantly on I
i1 Coffee, Meal, Baggi
I, Bacon, Molasses, Ties,
Lard, Sugar, SaIt,
Flour, Corn, Tobac
Pink Eye ]
Also a choice article of N. 0. .folassvs, in b
choice A No. I article Goshen Boter, and Bu<
Give us a call.
JNO. E. WEBB. THIOt. M. LA
Jan. 29, 4-tf.
Contemplating a change in our business
at an enrlv day, we have determined to sell
good'; inl the future
AT SHORT PROFITS
With otir expeience we are satisfied that it
will be to our interest as well as the
Interest of Those With
Whom We Deal,
to confine ourselves strictly to the CASH
SYSTElf, and SEL L FOR SHORT PROFITS.
We hope our fiiend4, and tl public gene
rally, will give us a trial under this new t
system upon which we now enter, and we
will endva vor to make i. to their interest to :
give us their pa:ronage.
WE WILL KEEP
A good s:cek of
Heavy and Family Groceries,
and a LONSTA\T SUPPLY of the
to the examination of which we invite all
)eronTs wishir.g to purchase goods in our
line before they make their purchases.
R MOORMAN & CO.
All persons indebted to us by note or
account, ate m1ost earneetlv requested to
make payment at once. A'l our claims are
past due and we niut hae them settled.
We metani wha.t we say.
Mar.10, R. SMO0R31N & CO0.
ayes8 & MailN
Are receiving their FALL SUPPLY of
CU T LE RY,
SADDLERY and WHIlPS,
IJLMBEII W1O001 PUMPS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
BAGGING, TIES, &c.,
WHOLESALE AND REfAIL,
J. H: O'Neill, Agt.
Corner Caldwell and Friend Sts.
Opposite Mr. 1'. Scott, Merchant Tailor,
Has just received and opening a general as
Chaice FamiIy Brocries
iWHICH WILL BE SOLD~
Low for Cash, or coun-1
The public generally are invited
to call and examine my stock be-*
fore purchasing elsewhere.
The Highest Price Paid for
Int duplicate wil! be received for Sixty Days,
by the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of
the State Orphan Asylum, for a SITE and
BUILDING for the above named Institution,
in accordance with a Joir.t Resolution of
the 'Gerissemibly, approved February
2.7A.D,1S73, to invite Proposals for a
SSite and Building as required by said Joint
SResolution. R. W. TURNER.
Chairman of Board State Orphan Asylhum.
SApr. 9, 14-m.
5 0u Cords of TAN BARK, for i'hich
g $8.00 per Cord will be paid on delivery at~
aI W EBD. JON~ES & PAPKER'S
Am .p. 9, 14.-.. - lanavy
BB & CO
s, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c.
iand a good line of
co, Wooden and Willuw Ware
l., bilh., 5 and 10 gallon kegs, also a
.k wheat Floar i abint'.aieo.
EH. O'N. Han...fNGTON
Drugs X Faney -ticles.
DR. S. F. FANT,
Rf"GIST AND CHEMIST,
NEWBERtY V. f., S. c.
All fhe most approved PATENT MEDI
"INES constantly on hanl.
PE1F'IERIES, SOAPS ,'d TuILET
.RTICLE, of the cioicest c.acter.
3.EDICINAL LIQUORS, of purest quali
Prescript,ons compounded carefully, at
11 hours, day and night.
Mr. 12, '7 -10-tf.
Dr. E. E. JACKSON,
)RUCTGIST AND CHEMIST.
Has always on hand the putest
)rugs, Medicines and
Of the best,
'ombs, Brushes, Soaps,
Pomades, and Fancy
Toilet Articles, &c.
Orders promptly attended to and with
tmost satisfaction. M.h 5, 9--3m.
L sure and per manent Cure for all diseases
caused by a deranged Liver, such as ,Taun
dice, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Fevers,
Nervousness, Impurity of the Blood,
Melancholy, Costiveness, Sick
Headache,Pains in the Headl,
and all kindred diseases.
EVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAVE IT.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
Prepared only by
WILSON & BLACK,
Mar. 12, Iti-fm. CHARLOTTE, N. C.
DR. H. BAER,
WHIOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
May 3, 18-tf.
SBuggies, satdeuery, Ac.
WEBB, JOJI\S PRKER,
WE MEAN B ISS
Au I can show a stock of
Carriages, Buggies, Saddlery,
HARNESS, AND FIXTURES,
Refrigerators, &c., &c.,
generally, in this line, which for beauty,
elegance, durability and super iority cannot
be surpassed in the country.
WE SELL AT FACTORY PRICES,
AND DEFY COMPETITION
Our SADDLE and HARNESS MANU.
FACTORlY is well supplied and turns out
AT THE LOWER STORE
:an beu found' a choice and large assort
af aiery characteer and kind., which we wil
Low for Cash !
We buy largely of COTTON and give the
top of the market always.
All we ask is that the pub'ie will favol
us with a call so that an era ninati<n ma
be made. Remember there are three sepa
WEb1b, JONES & PAhRKER.
I have re-c ttiy re-tenunl :i a f.- North, a
ID R;Z Y c
Pr.r be.J:L to thi- market, cOnsisting Of 0,4
\D SLlCT AS
.l1i all oher articles usually foun. *i a
THE (IRIND OPENING OF 'l
une direc!ion ad sper-.i.on of M
thro,..:ho the .-te to1 Ler -ki a:.l ta.;t SW,
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prni:t:pr in :be hLt of my u :s
and s.isfaucory !ow in s
C LUMBIA. . (.,
HaV now iL store their SPRTN(
Our cu.4tomers know that we alwayS
have special styles of .'ARMENTS.
and particularly in HATS. that cau
n0t be had in suiall establishments.
Send your orders and we will fill
Our CUSTOMI DEPARTM1ENT
is distinct from our READ)Y M1ADE.
and our patrons can depend upo.i be
We still take ordeC:s for SHIRTS.
guaranteeing a PERFEC.T FIT. We
send Goods per Express subjec-t to ex
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
C' L U M BIA., S . C .
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Feb. 5, .5-tf.
That Fine Stallion
Will -tan.d the enuig season, at the fo'
baowing placs, viz:
nC-d. J. l. enwick's-Tuesday's and Wed-I
M.J. K. G. Nance's--W.dnesday's and
L. P. W. Rsers-MuhrCav's.
And at his own stable the intermediate
TERMS-$15 for icsurance, and $10 by
Beauregard is a fine, thoroughbred horse
of beautiful appearance, and has taken pre
mniumts at the State Fair.
M. 31. BUFORD,
Mar. 5, ?-2m. Liberty Hall, S. C.
Interesting to All.
My te-rm Of office haing expired, It re
spectfully ii nify all n-i0ns a-Lo had liens,
ee o ortgag- * reOrded during my
term of offic -, t0 ~a 11 on Mesars. & Jones
Jones, who will dL iver the same.
jNo~V. 2', 43-tt. THOS. M. LAZE,
3IA, S. C.
nd am prAiur.d toibt r.
Ir O.O0 S,
)OW SHADES AND
First Cla- DrY (oot's Erabli-hment.
R. A. l il , . :.n- v h ow
at al :o mee:..u! Aa::-4.
.\'i:r.ING .A IA NNE, *..n: ..
n:. 'i I C: a h Ho4 1:2 1,..C
SE~HM o M111X
So lte ld' ort,ndFor more
lan te nty-fi ve y the ledi
Of the W*rorld!
Mrs. D. MOWER.
Dr L. H. REDUS,
Apr. 1;, 1-3I. Newb-orry, . (.
Shuttle Sewing Machine.
Tlhis Machine involves Mechanical princi2.
ple, which are n4ew, and widely dilferenit
from thosecomol nue thereby ren
dering it superior to a!! other:..
SIMPLICITY, STRENGTH, DURABILITY,
BEAUTY AND ECONOMY,
and is adapted to a large range of work,
Sen i,g throughi all grades of fabhrie, fro:n
the finest Cambric to HIarzess Leather.
The best m:I that has eve*r been devised,
which enables it to 5er 01cr idng.-S, Seam4s,
Gathiers, :and all othe'r obs:rue::cons with th:e
same facility that it 'oes phir. sening.
Wih ris m:0I the ;;oods cannot 14un n
with other feeds. It is the SIMPLE.ST
MAClINE, hain to~ m cog m:hng or eamn
grooves, and is the ea-iest i.f all c:hors to)
learn to operate--rn sI~ l:l andl rapidl,
a'nd is the inos' ::oieless of all Shnttle Ma
chines. lias all the A~~ tt.ehmnts for doing
every kind of wo:ks. :It la r a }nst
Class Mael ie, an'd univer- aly gives satis
faction. Trv t
Sample Machine at Wrigh k ('opp.ock's,
where U Circuar and. Testimlon.ias may be
DRS. HILL & SETZLER,
Agenmts for Newberry, Lauren , Gireenville,
Spartanbumrg and1 Lnion coun ties ap 9 :
BUY THE BEST !
The .AMERICAN will Last a L.ife Tlme.
It is superior to all others f or .simplicity
It has ben pronounced by the best um
chanics the best finished, anda made on? the
best plan, of any machine manufactwe~.
Will scw the f:neat and coarsest f.abries, 1.o
matter how muchl atarchi. Never drops
stitches, runs light and almost n.oiSvie-w.
Call and examine for vourself.
Sold on the most reasonable terms and
Inducamntis to clubs.
LOVELACE & WBEELER.
Oct. 23 43-tf.
Tue Temperance Advocate.
ESTABLISEED SEPTEMBEE 1. 1870.
is tiie only Temperance Paper ,t
FRANK P. BEARD1
Editor and Proprietor,
, CAMDEN, S. C.
Terms. $2 in advance.