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Special and Local.
Ov 'R .\ ATs IN CH.4 RL1 SoN---he ad
vertisiing agency of Mesr.. Walker, Lvans &
Co-swell, represented by l.oiwell T. Lo;-an
E,q , is the only-autbori.,d agency for thit
paper in Charle.-ton.
07 S. M. PETTENGILL & Co., 10 State
Street, 13oston,37 Park 1!ow, New York, and
701 Chiestiut Street, Puiludephia, are our
Agents for procuring ad7ertisements for our
paper in the above cities, and authorized to
con:'act for advertising at our lowest rates.
Weekly arrivals of Fresh and Seasonable
goods at the Grand Central. Don't fail to
call on McFALL & POUL.
".3EVsRs. Ga1IFFIN & HOFF.MAN, Newspaper
Advertising Agents, No. 4 South St., Bal
timore, Md., are duly authorized to contrct
for advertiseunt- at our lowet rates. Adver
tisers in that City are requested to leave their fa
Von with thIs house."
Bargain HUNTERs call at the Grand Ceu
tral, and see all that elegant Stock of Staple
and Fancy Dry Goods, at reduced prices.
29-tf. McFALL & POOL.
TaE l[oGE ScaooL Celebratioi takes
place to-nigh.-raesday-at the School,
house, and the entertainment promises sone
thing good. Mr. Jillson, State Superinten
dent of Education, will deliver an address on
this occasion. Tickets of a1m;ssiou 25 cts.
for the beneit of the School.
On Friday last, the trial of the little color
ed boy, Jack Cromer, aged barely 11 years,
c-me off, in the Court of General Sessions.
The indictment was for murder, and there
seems to be a painful sutprise throughout
the commuaity at the finding ot' a verdict
even f.)r manslaughter. It is felt that the
evidence mut have been misapprehended.
SATURDAY BLOW.-The blow on Saturday
afternoon was but the fag end of a severe
wind storm experienced in Columbia on the
same afternoon, and which is described by
the papers as very destructive to movable or
slightly protected property. A cariiage be-,
longing to Col. Dodamtad was overturned
by the force of the wind.
GLASSWARE AXD CROCKERY.-MCssrs
Nathan & Son have now in store a very large
and varied assortment of glassware and
crockery, comprising every article in either
line that can possibly be needed. Among
the list is a variety of new and improved
fruit jars and jelly tumblers,. the best we have
yet.seen. Better than all, every thing in the
assortnent is ti.nred down to such low
prices that housekeepers forced to be
pleased. Call and examine. 1t.
VALUABLE TO HOUSEKEEPE S.-I am
now preparing the best article in use for
cleaning Gold, Silver, Plate and Brittaia
Ware, and warrant it to be entirely free from
grit or any injurious matter, and therefore
will not scratch the finest surface. Price
only 25 ceits per bottle.
For sale only by
JOHN F. SPECK,
May 28. 21-t f. Newberry, S. C.
CoRRECTIoN.-We are requested by Mr.
-Win. Cousynson to say, that if the liolland
ers-lately mentioned by us as coming here
under false allu.rements-were misled, that
neither himself nor any of his family had
any hand or part in it. HIe represented
things to them ;n his letters just as they are,
and nothing more. iIe attributes their dis
satisfaction and sudden departire entirely to
the advice of a Chicago man who followed
them up from their first landing to this place,
and gave them no rest until they left for the
A GnREAT DESIDER.ATUM.-BY reference to
a card in to-day's paper, it will be seen that
D)r. J. D. Bruce is prepared to give the cele
brated Electro Chemical Baths, for the cure
of chronic diseases of' various kinds. We
speak knowingly in recommending these
Baths, and the late hour at which the Doc
tor hands in his card only prevents a more
extended notice of a practice which we con
sider of greatest importance. We are indeed
rejo)iced that he has determined tp give this
opportunity to suffering huma-nity, and shall
revert to it again.
TREPHINING.-A most successful surgical
operation of the above character was per
formed on Wednesday last, on a son of our
fellow-townsman, Mr. Burr J.Ramage. The
operation was performed by Drs. D)arby of
Columbia, and assisted by a majority of our
physicians, together with Dr. E. E. Jackson,
also of Columbia. The time occupied was
nearly two hours. The accident which made
the operation necessary, was the result of a
kick on the head from a mule, between 12
and 14 years ago. So far the patient is
doing finely. In our next issue we hope to
give full particulars of this exceedingly deli
cate operation, and also to be able to state
that our young hero friend who submitted to
-it is out of danger.
CoUaT.-The Generaxl Sessions docket was
entered into with spirit during the week, and
considerable business accomplished. We
learn that the Grand Jury returned ten True
Bills, against parties for selling liqnor not in
acardance with the requirements of the old
Tupper Law, but- tn tender consideration
of the innocence of the trangiessors, have
recommended them to the mercy- of the
Court-and we suppose that on their promise
to do so no more no fine will attach. The
following cases have been disposed of: The
State vs. J. B. Chappell and B. M. Blease
riot, assault and battery, with intent to kill
not guilty ; State vs. T. M. Paysinger-official
misconduct and habitual negligence-guilty,
but recommended to mercy ; State vs. JTack
commended to mercy; State vs. Anderson
Beacham, alias Bunk Bcachamr-mflrder
recommended to mercy.
A NOTED BOxEE.-A stunning blow was
given to tha chief of the IIERtALD Onl Wed
nesday last, from the effects of which it took
several days to r;:cover. Coming unexpect
edly beside, it was the more decided, and
from one we had always looked upon as the
personiioation of peace-ia fact a grand
cyclops of the peace society. Wonders will
never cease however. We are well though,
at this present writing, that is we are ra
sick, but don't feel exactly like ourself, you
know, as we lately heard a distinguished
p)ublic offier iterate and reiterate, and ex
cept a trifling soreness about the stomach,
have nothing to compin of. The way of it
was this-Mr. E. E. Davies of Columbia,
proprietor of the useful store, boxed up a
most appetizing variety of vegetables-new
potatoes, tender snaps, succulent beets,
mammoth cibbage heads, squashes, onions,
c., and sent the whole with his com
ents for our delectation. We pronoune
scientitic lox-er anIl will never com
such blows, as he knows howv Io
If any curions one wants to test the
such bioWs, iet him or her send
order for a box ->f assorted vegeta
r S. CEtI.:nATIoN.-O Friday night re
member, thel" e n be whlrenec delive(d
before the mezIinrs of the Metoodist sub
bath School, by the Iteys. II. M. Mood and
0. A. Darby, to which the public are respect
It is hardly nece:sary to reiterate the no
tice that on Saturday follow ing there will be
a pic nic, to which the scholar< of all other
schools are invited, with their teachers, mG
thers, fathers, uncles, annts, and the iest of
mankind generally, with baskets, boxes,
trunks and pal.er parcels of refreshments. A
lil)eral supply of fried chicken, pies, cakes,
etc., will be appreciated.
The pie nickers will meet in front of the
Methodist Church atd front thence i:rcli
in procCssion, abot 8 o'clock, to tlhe beauti
ful grove in rear of Dr. Ruff's residence, and
near the Vandusian Spring. If the Coruets
kindly consent t. play for Iied chieken and
cake, the procession will march to lively
OUR STnEET LaMPs.-By an unaccounta
ble oversight ue failed last week to chronicle
the election of a portion of the pubilie street
lamps. We must have been under a cloud.
Such an importunt improvement as this
deserved immediate notice-we failed how
ever, and while acknowledging the fault
wi:h deep contrition, we beg our worthy
town fathers to forgive. We are indeed a
rising, growing people, our strec is are lighted,
not with the blaze oz* gas however-that will
come in due tine-Lut wih :oft mellow
Kerosine jets, of sufficiunt brightness and
capacity for all present purposes. When the
whole number is erected and put ablaze, the 1
:-treets will present a different appearance to
that of old times, and we extend our con,
gratulations to tthe ititeidant and Council
for tie interes. thus shown in the pub)lic
welfare, and feli"itatious to tie citizens who
now have iamrs to guide them in their
nights wanzuer-ijgs to and fro. Mr. W. T.
Wright has had the honor of doing the woi k,
and we are pleased to say that le ias render
ed full saLisfac:ion.
We now have a grani:e side walk--our
devil says sideling-a new market house, a
factory with a bell, and street lamups, atid thze
next in order is a Nabeo(k 100 foot gas
projector, after that we will repeftfully
call for water works,by which we e.n have t
supply carried to our houses by piping for
bathing anzd otler purposes, then will we
advocate the erection of gas works, but in
the meantime we do hope some little thought
will be given to the Cotton Factoiy aii,d the
.5 - t
Chester exteasion railroad. -
ANNivERsAr.Y CELEnRToN.-The Anni
versary Celebration of 1'ulaski Lodge, No.
20, 1. 0. 0. F., of Newberry, will take paIec r
on the fourth (4th) day of June next. A pro- s
ceszion will form at the Lodge looM at 1:
o'clock, P. M., and, accompaii. d by the Sil
ver Cornet Band, will proceed to the Lutheran :
Church, where an address wi it be delivered
by Ira B. Jones, Esq. The public generally t
are invited to attend the addiess. At 8 V
o'clock, P. M., there will be an EntCrtaiO- t
ment at Mayes & Martin's Hlall, to whici
the wives, widows, sisters and daughters of f
the Odd Fellows of Newberry, are requested c
and expected to attend as guests, and as a .J
matter of course without further iuvitation. .La
The Celebration will be entirely worthy the
attention of the commutnity, and we .predict s
a trilliant success, as w~ell as a perfect jam. is
Gentlemen who are not Odd Fellows-and alt t
such are very odd for not being members- r
are entitled to the privilege of attending, and C
not only partaking of thze refreshments af'ord
ed, but of enjoying thze socie ty of the manyc
fair ladies who will grace the Hall on thzis 11
festive occasion, by procuring tickets fzom 3
the Committee, and paying the small sum of tr
BABcOCK's ExTING UISHEnIS.-On Tuesday r
night last, the citizens of Newberry had the 3
great satisfaction of witnessing the admirable s
and highly successful working of one of
Babcock's smallest size Fire Extinguishetrs, i
manipulated and explained by Major J. HI.
Lacy, travellitng agent for the company. A ~
number of hogsheads andi ba,rres, filled with I
shavings and lighzt combustible matter, were C
piled up in front of the Court IIouse, upon I
which, after a pleasant :alk of somne five I
minutes, a quantity of' Ket osine was poured
and a match applied. In a moment thze
whole mass was in a bright flante. Waiting
long enough for the solid staves to catech fire,I
the gas generated in the extinguisher was
turned on the flames, and it took but a min- I
ute or two to show that fire could not resist
its powers. It was a most decided success- I
and gave convincing proof of thze superiority I
of these machines over the old system of
water playing. This small machine is worth I
$t60-and we are pleased to say that our en
terprising and thorough going fellow-citizen,
C. M. Harris, bought one the next morninzg
just as soon as he could swallow hzis break
fast-and is intended for private use in hzotels,
factories, stores, etce, but can be used fre
quently to muchz advatntage for public pur
poses, itt stopping incipient fires. 'The
Comupany builds large ones, and on trucks,
capable of throwing from 100 to 300 feet, atnd
ranging in price from $1500 to 53000 dollars,
The cheapness, thze simplicity, the durability,
and thze perfect adaptability, of one of the
latter kind, to the wants of this community,
are, we believe, pretty well conceded since
thze exhibition on Tuesday nignt, and we do
hope thzat the idea entertained now by a
number of gentleman will not be allowed to
die out, but that steps will be taken as soon
as possible to procure something so much
needed hzere. One costing $1500 will be of
ample capacity here, it will thzrow a distance
of 100 feet, and can be worked with the
greatest ease by a half dozen men. In our
present unprotected condition, with the
recollection of the conflagration whicht de
stroyed so much valuable property on the
morning of Jlune 18th, 1806 it will be indeed
strange if' the chance now afforded is not
made avadlable. Will not some of our citi
zens take the matter in hand, or perhaps our
Town Council will devise some way-taxa
tion perhaps-by which a Babcock can be
obtained. Let us hear from some on the
MEMORIAL DAY.-Though the heavens
threatened drenching showers on Thursday
last, andl an occasional slight sprinkle did
fall, yet the turn out exceeded expectation.
All persons, young antd old, and ot both
sexes, seemed f'ully inspired with the senti
ment of the occasion, and nearly all of the
stores closed their doors, and suspended
business from 11 to 3 o'clock, that proprietor
and clerk alike might contribute to swell the
thzrong and join in doing honor to our brave
Confederate dead. Shortly after the hzour
appointed, Messrs. Mayes & Martin's Hall
began to fill, for instead of the procession
forming at once outside as the first step in the
order of' publisthed arrangement, it was
deemned best, in consequence of the heavy
c louds, to gather inside, and have Col. Y. J.
l'Pope's address first, and the decoration last,
and this was happily donze. The Address
wats an eloquent one, full of touching tribute
to the gallant dead, and was listened to with
raptt azttention. The llall was appropriately
and tastefully decorated withz evergreens,
hungtz itt festoonzs from one extremity to the
o:hzer, and su%penuded from the stage in large
I evergreen characters were the words "Cur
Confederate Dead," while appropriately in
rear were the w-rd, "''Le re ours." A.fter
the a-ldres,;, the Silver Cornet, sounded tie
assenible,and the audience slowly filed diwn
to the street, and formed in procession of
twoi, each with hi. or her floral offering
hangin, fromr the arm. The procession was
soon formed, for thanks to the conmittee of
arrangements everything iiecessay to maki
a general harmony of action was done, and
we do not recollect ever having seen any
thing of the kind carried out in all its details
with as little confusion; and in consequence
the proeeiion soon moved off under the
lead of the Cornet.' inspiriting strains, tirst
to the old village bnrial ground and from
hence to Rosemont Cemetery, where the
lowery offerin-s were gently laid above the
io'.lud wliere re:ts tie los: and lamented
'ather, husband, and brother. There
vere twenty-seven graves in all which re
.eived the grateful and tearful tribute.
Before closing this brief notice of Memorial
)ay at Newherry, we cannot sufficiently ex
ress our .:ratific.tion for the gene!al interest
nanifested, and the niarked respect shown
>y the entire community, and it is weil here
low to indulge the hope that a like spirit
vill be inanife-ted in regard to building the
nonumen so long spoken of, as an endur
ig and fitting tribute of respect to the sleep
uv. heroes whose last resting places have
>een so recently strewn with flowers.
\BoUT TIE TOwN A.D COUNrY.
Notice the advertisenient in relation to cat
le taken up in Columbia.
The Schedule of the Air Line railroad is to
)e found in this issue.
We are pained to learn that a child of Mr.
"acob Pavsinger. died on Monday night of
Do not forget that To) Printing can be
lone expeditiously and at low% prices at this
Mr. L. It M:irshal! is out in a characteristic
ard-Good Temjplars, Soni of 1'. and all
ther good people are considered by him to
Attention is called to card of Col. Coward's
fale Academy. This is an institu'ion de
LrVing 'Of high consideration, and as such
,e cheerfully commend it.
The article adver!ised by Capt. Speck for
leaning Silver, Gold and Plated Ware, is
.ist what lie repre-ents it-we have seen it
ied, and pionounce it good.
Do you wanit a bargain, either in Crockery,
;hissware, or something ehe? It so, go to
be store of M. Nathan & Son and get one -
hey have a great desire to do the people
We are plea.ed to notice that our enter
ri,;ng down town merchant, Mr. T. F. lar
ion, is putthig up .J Wit erOoi in rear of his
tore, to aCoCMIlodate his increasing busi
A miraculous escape from serious injury
appened a few days ago: a little girl of
I:ij Stewart's fell from the rail road bridge
venty feet to the track, and her sister a few
ears older, jumped down after her. Szrange
say neither were hurt.
We were much gratified with a visit
om that very pleasant gentleman. and ac.
amnplizhed Columbia Druggist, lr. E. E.
ackson, last week. It looked natural to see
im around in his old haunts.
Gen. A. C.' Garlington is in town on a
liort visit. We are picasecd to notice that lhe
in excellent health, tnd we eves imamgine
iat he looks better siace his dramatic expe
euce. IIe is nowi in attendance ou the
The friends of Mr. Thos. Cook will be pleas
d to know that he has started in business for
imself', having purchased the stock of
[essrs. Singleton. iIe is a thorough busi
ess man, and will give satisfaction, and we
ommnend him heartily to the public.
Meningitis, it is sad to state, has again
iade its appearance in this community. On
[onday a most estimable young lady was
tricken with it, and now lies vecry low. It
reported that a colored mnati is also sick
'ithi the same fearful disease.
A short ride in the country, enables us to
ty that the crops generally, are looking
nie. We noticed a ptiece of wheat, some
orn, and also cotton, on Major Kinard's
lace in splendid condition. O~n some other
laces king grass is largely in the ascendant.
J.nerally speaking, the prospect is good.
The cards of Messrs. Lovelace & Whleeler
elI of good things. Their Dcnarara sugar
Sof the sweetest and best, their parched
offee, A. 1, tobacco of' choicest brands, and
esides they are replenishing their stock gen.
rally~ with the choicest and best. They
now just how to suit the people of New
Attention ye disconsolate housekeepers,
or Mr. Sill speaks to you through the IIER
iL this week. Your tables can now be
upplied with fresh vegetables any day in
he week, and your children made glad with
:onfectionery, and the entire family healthy
>y the use of fruit. Give him a call.
In this week's issue the celebrated Morris
lotton.Gin-of which more have been sold
n Newberry than of any other pattern-is
mnee more brought to the attention of plan.
:crs. These gins are known and approved
ar and wide, and justly so. The@manufac
urer, Mr. E. Morris, devotes his entire atten
ion to thema, and warrants every one to give
snlimited satisfaction. Read his card.
Change is written on all things, and while
a the course 0of nature there are many sad
:hanges, it is a consolation that some are
better and of a pleasant character. Mr. C.
E. Jackson, of Columbia, has made one of
he latter kind, in the removal from his old
nd well known stand to a larger and better
tore, just a few doors above, and near the
Jolumbia liotel, lie advertises an extensive
:2ew stock of Dry Goods, and a large assort
rnent of' notions.
Impi'ovement is the order of the day, and
the one now to be Considered will work
reatly to the public advantage. Uncle
Julius Smith will soon tear down the
wvooden row, commencing with the store oc
eupied by Mr. Cash, for the purpose of erect
ing an elegant Brick Range of Stores. This
makes it necessary for Mr. Cash to reduce
his large and elegant stock, rather than box
bis goods up. iIe will therefore sell, from
this date, at a greatly reduced price for cash.
rlhe advantages offered in this are numerous,
for the stock is very large, entirety new, and
:nd enibraces almost every article, that
marricd or single people have need for, all of
which will be sold just as he states-CHEAP.
We advise the reader to look in, examine,
and be convinced.
DOWN ON THLE BACHEWLOs.-The bache
lor portion of our community were exercised
on Sun;lay night last, by a sermon from the
levr. Mr. Kuhns, from the text "Left alone
in Athens." He showed them conclusive
ly that they were in the broad road to ruin,
and being negligently alone in this life, must
alone suffer the heat and tbe torments
of the next. There are many hard cases
among us, and if the Rev. gentlematn suc
ceeds in awakening them to a sense of their
sinful cond ition, lhe will accomplish a good
"W~ho dat hit me?" "Where's dat
lanter:t ?" were the exclamations of an
astoui,>d Elnira darkey, after being
throwu somtething like a hundred feet
by a locnmotive
11I1OE\ ilL RI-[,:
SPRING IS OPEN
An lso, a!so, i; the
New and Elegant Stock
I'l & He 'N ifk
A6 :-1 1 11 5.11, j iibk-fII
A'n.l the hulies and! pixbl e:,e.d'IV, a:
invit.d 1)to x urtit. l r i fne ad lar ,:e a
Dress Goods, Calicoes,
Piquesv, Nanlsook s,
flfe !vv GoOds ,
ha-lltTV t,r~ (O i f , I aI lz UU' IsI ij ,
.1ddh1 !-., BI ies
And manY mIthe ;I'od Itil-aruln- t(
uln-ntion, and All of whh-lwlb"lth publ
Our io:to is
QUICK SALES AN) SIIOI
A pr. ,1:3-if.
1I II1R(ECA\I) VI IIU
for Lalivs and Gents, and
A F/ILL LINE OF
CALL AND BE
To Merchants at Man
The Highest Market Pric<
Paid for Cotton or othei
A pr. 2, 13-tf.
DI VERNON, KARN'S BES'
And 0. K. FLOURS.
N. 0. MLolasses
Corn, Bacon, &c.
And many other articles re
ceived daily of Best Qual
ities, and Cheap for
TIIE PEOPLES STORE,
THOS, F, IIARBMO\
May 21, 20-hm.
DO YOU WANE]
Excellenit in Quality
IF 50, GO TO
MRS. D. MOWER
WVhere can be found F'lour, Baceon, Mola
ses, Sugamr, Coffee, Corn,
And Many Other Articles
At the Lowest Marke
on the corner, and under the Hault
Office is the platce
For Cheap Goods,
And the Best Attentior
- A pr. 23, 16-tf.
Interesting to All.
My term c,f <fi: htvmng expired, I r
spectfully notify aIl lwrsons lho lad liet
deeds or mort~ av s recordled during ni
term of oflic -, to call ou Me"ers. & Jonex
Jones, wh o ill deliv:r tie an e.
pilntation suppfiesq, Dry G
K-tl ('Oh'thUY I
Cofrep, 1ial 1
Bacon, .Toe, T
Lard, r, .
Flour, Corn, 'I
& &., inhk
Also a chLie artiv o N i . o
choict A No. I article Co4i'en l1i L ,IIm
Givi us a call.
JN(;. E. WIEBB. TH os. Mf
Contemplath' a carin our b i
at lin Caly day, ne hL.v et rmb 41 to
"oodsh i tle fuita:e
AT SHORT PROFIT
With wir vxp.-ricic, we are sati *sfI,,d Ithat
will bie to oUr lInter-st il wvell a.s the
Interest of Those Wit
Whom We Deal,
to confine oirse.vs -trictly to the (CA
W eI Ila.p. wur f*riend1l-, :.:.I th.. puldic L"i-n
I;.!!V, will give As a trial nder tli is t
ystemll ;o:n %whichl we 1owv eiter, ;nd11
wiili elid vor to Ialke it to their
I'Ve u- thir patronge.
WE WILL KEEP
A good stEe(k t
Heavy and Family Groceric
and a LONSTANT sCILY of the
to the examinationl of w hich wi incite:
persons wihing to pur-hiLSe ZOIud( inl 0
line before they m ti r purch ivil
11s MORIY & (
All persOns inleblerd to u. by note
aecount, are m1o0t CaLnetly eiqlicted
make payniIt at oel. All ou e1Cliwz a
past due and we tw.uSt have themI se'li
We me1cant what we Sav.
Rl. M00R31AN & CO.
Mar. 1it, 187:~ - 1-ti.
Are receivinig their F ALL SUPPLY of
~a[or and Dv@ Maler[N
SAD DLERY and WHIPS
HUCfMBE W001 PUM
ETrc., ETC., ETC.
Oet. 2, 40--ti.
- BAGGING, TIES, &c
WIIOLESALE A ND RETAIL,
J. H. O'Neill, Ag
Corner (Caidwelli and Friend St
Opposite Mr. P. Scott, Merchant Tailor
- H1as just reccived and opening a getneral
WHICH WILL UE SC LD
Low for Cash, or cou:
Tbcri publie generally are invit
t,o call and examine inv stockl
fore purebasing elsewhere.
The Highest Price Paid f
AUCTION AND GENERAL
COLUMBIA, S, C.
e-Corn, Hasy, (iats, Bacon, Lard and Fl
At.so, .a.AAr t Oi
HALL'3 CELEBBATED FIRE AND B
GLAR PROOF SAFE.
Mar 2t3 1....fr
LE. AND I'FTAMf
oods, Boos, Shoes, Hat., &c.3
Urn h:alid argowd I;liof
oacco, Woode :-.i1 Willow Ware
LAKE. If. O',N. UiIGO
Drag.s 1" f-'ICy .ri es.
N w h n nd... : .: i :. : om ,that
The Popular Stand L;IrLy." Occupied
b1 .3ss.s. .io"k & Ta rrmt,
At:d :v with a froh additin of
The Parest Drugs,
N.,j-Eb1C1N,.'6 AN D1".1it"lA LS,
to Tioe wh r w%;:1 a chwice a:n. le:'kasot
men of .tc~
;:a SO.\P';,PE F .\E ! , W l.
ES, c .iiS, &c., are p rp:S to lu p.
y ply ali dmais whicl maV be MIade in thi
Wt have :d-o on exhibilion a ijatT1iil
vol!ectionl of LAMP.Z, of variull pas eri.
I i o: itvnttioi to ".voe ;trict aten
1ti *o buines, atnd it i ou: hope that a
orcoil to U1 a 10ral pwialltn.
(ir gouds hall be of tih best, and priec
luOdecl e. Gve a1 a call.
HARRIS & CREEN,
No. 1, .\lluhon low.
DR. S. F. FANT,
*DIIIGGIST IND tIlEMlST,
NEWBERRY C. il,~ S, C.
All the most aproved PATENT MED)I
CINES8 contantlyv on ha:nd.
P'ER-TM ERIES, Su .\PS andi T&olLE'I
A ItTICLEIS, of the eboics ch:aract er.
Pr:eeipu)loiu comnpounded car~efl.y, a
all houir., day and ight.l
Ma r. 12, '7:1l-t.
Dr. E. E. JACKSON,
Illaaas on hand the~ purmest
LI rugs. Medicines and
Of01 the best,
(ombs, Brushes, Soaps,
Pomades, and Faiiey
Toilet Articles, &c
Order promply attended Li andlit
aA sure and permanent Cure for all disease
caused by a deranged Liver, such i's .Taun
dic~e. Dyspepsia, Heartburn. Fevers,
Nervousness, Impurity of the Bik.,
Melancholy, Costiveness, Sick
I Headache.Pains i the Head.
s,and all kindred diseases.
EVERY F.AIILY SHoULD HAVE IT.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Prepared onily by
WILSON & BLACK,
Mar. 12,1 inm CHAL OTTE, N. (
DR. H. BAER,
a- wuotr:S.a A.NO1:ru
DR UG GIST
ed NO. 1:11 ii EETING' STREE~T,
"HAR LESTON, S. C.
__ fin dutpicate will he rececived for Sixty Day:
by the Chiairmian of the l;o:ard of Trustees (
thet State Orphun Asy.l ian, for a SITE an
t i rED( for the above ii:iuned Initituitior
in accodance i a Joint R,.(o!,tion <
the Genreral Assemibly, ipproved Fecbruar
:0 A. .. 1S7:;, to invite P'ropools for
if 'ite nd Bulding as required b-: said Jloii
Resoluion. . W. T ERNER.
Ch airman of Board State Urphan Asylun
5MCords of TAN RARK, for whic
UR- ~i.o per (Cord will lie paid on delivery
W EBB, JONES & PARKER'S
Apr. , 14-.tf Tannetoy.
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:aat In PENFEl:C FIT. WVe
ud ~ Godi pr Expres sui>je'ct to ex
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
Ct)!.EUM B1.k, S. C.
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Most Wonderful Inventior
OF THE ACE.
J. Moses' Electro-Galvanic, Pat. June 2d, '68
Atuachied to these patented Specltacle:
'are two scientiicatll coLsi: :e:ed Galvanh
throug'h the nerves 0f hP lead
A Soft and C0ntinnons :.am off Electricity
* ializing andt giving hecalthy actionl to th<
- enitire1 beauitiful iy1.t.'mf of' those part.. AB
SOLU'TELY anld CERTAINLY CL'RINI
Partial Paralysis of the~ Optic Nerve, Weal.
or I)iseased V'ision, Ne.ura?igia of the IIcat
0t Face, Nervous Tw:iches in the Mu-ce
of' the Face, Noise ill the Ilead, Lo.-s o
Mental Enegy, andl a ho~st of Nervous Die
Cases, atIigfomdpesOn Of the nlerYOl:
l:ner(gy of the0 3ystem.
LIFE, UIGOR AND HEALTH.
yv !he means of the aoft and (lowing strean
of' Electr'icity, giving brighltness to the Eye
q;uic!.ntess to the ETar, and enecrgy to ti*
They1.c are seit with len.es Of the fines
manu1 Ifactu1re, :o SuI: all sigh ts, and wi:t1
glases f'or those not needing Spectacle's t(
I'read n?ithi, but decsiringt the benef:.to :0 h
derived fr0tn wearing t he Eaeies: ;. :ai
are to be nad in :hie vicinity only cf
JOHN F. SPECK,
.Watchmaker and Jeweler
Dealer in WXatche's, Clocks, Jewelry,
- Silver and Piated W~are,
NEWBERlRY, S. C.
hi None are Genuine unless each pair stamp.'
J . MOSES' ELECTEO-GALVANIC,
aPa.jtnted June 2d, 186S...
M1fI::M ~ & ili I[o:
Of the World!
Gan .. iL: Ibye i. :
Mrs. D. MOWER.
, o. i .1t
Or L. H. REDUS,
Tr' ei:. .::
r 0 V ED
Shattie Sewing Machine.
Th s MIaciiine invo vs l: ivoin
p!es i.:c are ne :ni . v ent
f;rom hOine con,n:io:,!y:; s- rc-hr re,.
:l b: ci: eior toa :.:; .
SIMPLICITY, STEENGTH, DURABLITY,
BEAUTY AND ECONOMY,
and .i ad.pied -cl la r lg(o of work,
ew n Iho g :1l r.i- of fabrie fi-om~
heffitetoi s Leather.
hi,ch en:0b!, ;1 to e oe i i' ,Scm
Gathers--, a::d a! 0:herob:u: :tw hte
w 2 i L:; o
IaC Lii oir 01) *'ior camh
.im -1aiH h ti it ,e pi: seW ing.
\\n n: ::i : 2od cano full as
wit :!. r fe . i:i :.. '.:MPLEFST
'lA C i lN , 22:.in ::o) a er.t::: .g or cam
groove., ::: i- :Le* niti of :i~ Ohersi to
-ml th :A 1 oi i : Simtti, Loa
-hi . ia :i : . -ts for dqing
ever kun 01 -.o.l-- I i lv a F,s
"act"on. T;-v it.
whier* 1re!. - .nt may be
DRPS, HIL & SEATZL ER,
M ing f ' Ne er: a es revlle,
BUJY THE BEST !
The AMERICA wi! zl Last a Life Time.
It is uper 'or to u. :h r 'or 'in lilt
chan:ies the b*-. :' -'i ii.e . . (.1 ti.4
m:a2''' Or ho 2..1c tar2ch. Ne*ver ri
,tiches, 1run. lig. .ao abnust nhee
Ga;il and exarch.'e for 'vo::r el
Sodon 2:e miot reason;b:e term2i ar l
- atisf. etion) Zuarantee..
Li \'EL.AF. & WH IEELEli.
N'iIores, Tin WIare. %'r.
(U E I ,
Is now. pn pared to arpply ti:' wh.- i
Fancy Toffee Bigius
Teapots, Cake and
Money B~OXes, anid
Neatly and expedhiU :ly dur.(',
ROOFING and GUTTERING
MADE A SPECIALTY.
RE1MO L OF TL Siif0P,
AS mylaen nm aw t:a q
onthe 20:h: of tid n.nth Ma:ch , I '.i1,
on and 'after i.'n , I e iua d ' h
large store rece:ly oca; .UiV by .24:.a. &
Mette, as a Shoe5 -or'.. b .s a..:: 1:.. Pr.:t
and Mlr. Nathan, wh.ere I ' i' arn on t.
Tin and Stove Business,
pleased to .e allc~ a:y o d e: r a' : J as i
many nesv ones as d -Aie :.:'.hi: Ia is n
line. I shialg ,:s:rtt i,t ie a
sfaction both .s o , ule f'a
Mar. 12, 10-ti.