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O-t AGL.XTs iN CAIAL r.-The ad
y:t.S.1g agecy o 3(eA3t-. Wa,er. -vans &
C i.gWelrepresented b)y l'oswell T. Logan,
q.,.s the ouly authorz.:d tgency for this
paper in Charleston.
vaest received by McFall & Pool, a beauti
fal line of Lace Collars and Sleeves. 24-tf
'-1ssss. Gacsys & IIOFFAN, Newspap*r
Advertising Ag,eut. No. 4 South St., Bal
timoe, Md., are d-ly authorized to contract
for advertiLemeute at our lowest rates. Adver
tiseiu that City are requebted to leave their ta
vMro with this house."
McFa & Pool have now in store a fine as
gorment of Swise, Lawns, and cheap Piques.
7 S. ]. PETTENGILL & Co., 10 State
Street, Boston, 37 Park How, New York, and
701 Cuestnut Street, Philadelphia, are our
Agents for procuring advertisements for our
paper in the above cities, and authorized to
contract for advertising at our lowest rates.
At the store of McFall & Pool can be found,
Lace Collars, and Sleeves. Swiss, Lawns, and
cheap Plqnes, and other elegant goods. :4-tf
We will send a copy of our paper and a
copy of "Peters' Musical Monthly" for one
year to any one sending us $4.50. 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
from fifty to sixty Piano picces, worth at
least S49. 5-tf.
Have you seen McFall & Pool's handsome
lot of Lace Collars and Sleeves? 24-tf.
MEENGs.-Newberry Division. No. 8. S. of
T.. meeb every Tuesday night at S o'clock, in
'ulaki Lodge, No. .), 1. 0. 0. F., meets in
the same Itail. every Friday eveninlg ats o'clock.
Amity Lodge, No. ST, A. . M., meets first
Monday in the month. Ut S o'clock.
Sicnet Chapter, No. 18, E- A. 31., meets every
second Monday, at 8 o'clock.
Towz Cou -erL.-J. P. Pool, Intendant. I'.
Rodelperger, J. Gaunt, A. 1. Bowers and U.
Ssi:tmy.-J. J. varrington.
CLRK.-J. C. Smith.
J.UDoE PaOBATE.-J . C. Leahy.
SCuoOL CoxXIssIo:NE:.-M. S. Lon.
CdwsTr CoxXisIo.Ers -Dennis Moates, T.
Keitt, A. Rice.
Ta&uAL JusricLs.-C. C. Chase, G. P. Jacoby,
it. C. SnivER Co., with an eye to the
wants of the people, have made their Boot
and Shot Department a specialty, where you
can always find just what you want in hand
or machine work, for ladies', gentlemen and
children's wear. It.
IMPOrTaT.-CaPt. Jes.e Smith requests
u< to mention, for the benetit of those hold
ing past due claims against the County,
that according to Act of the Ltgislature,
approved Feb. 20th. 1873, all demands
against the County must be registered at his
otfice, before October ist, 1873, or they will
not be paid.
FIEND!sff.-TbC Columbia Union-Herald
savs an unknown fiend placed a cross tie
over the track of the G. & C. R. R.. between
Hope Sts:ion and Pomari.&, on Thursday
last, and had the engineer not discovered it
i time loss of life would have resulted. The
rascal if .caught should be hung and
A NICS PL.AC.-Inl our advertising col~
umns will be seen the notice of Mr. Bluford
F. Griffin. Jr., who offers a desirable resi
dence to rent. It is all that he claims for it,
and inst such a place as a man would like to
live at-nice shade for children, good water,
ine garden spot, plenty of room, quie'. and
retired, fruit trees, convenient outhouses,nd
a comfortab Ie dwelling.
1ORSEiLDISH.-A correspondent of The
Garden (London) says: "It may not be gen
erallyv known that if leaves or litter be placed
on the tops of horse-radish crowns two feet
or so thick, the plants grow through them
in the course of the summer, making small
white roots the thickness of one's finger,
which are as tender as spring radishes, and
much to be preferred to the tough, stringy
stuff usual supplied with our roast beef."
- Messrs. Bowers, Wheeler & Co., the young
and enterprising merchants of that thrivig
town, Prosperity, keep in store a well seket
ed stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots,
Shoes, &c., as well as Groceries, and the at
tention of the citizens of the town and sur
rounding country is respectfully called to the
same. An examination of their stock is so
licited, and a guarantee given that every at
tenion and the utmost satisfaction wil be
A H.aRD CAsE.-A navel case of divorce
as come to our knowledge. A gay youth,
living with two women, mother and daugh
ter. and,who has been doing more for his
country rhan the law allows, and his lim.ted
mens could allow him to continue, applied
for a divorce before a justice in the Heller
Township, from the lawful wife-the mother
It bing granted, he has set up with the
daughter alone. He found the wholesa:e
bu%iness too expensive. Hanging would be
too good for him.
TABt.Ehx.-At the Town hall on Thurs
day night, the pupils of Miss Elmore's
School will have the pleasure ot' appearing
before their fathers, mothers, sisters, bro
thers, cousins, uncles, auntr, and their
an:nerous friends. in a series of charming
t ableaux, dialoguas, and other innocent
diversions, and we trust that there will be a
generous and large turn-Out. The admIssion
fee is for the benefit of the School. Turn Gut
good folks and encourage the little people.
APPRECIATED.-Our efforts to Convince
the buiuess men of our town and countf
that every character of Job Printing they
need can be done in the HLEnALD Ouffie,with
neatness and de.spatcha, and at as low prices
as can be doneu anywhere, we are pleased to
ay is meeting with happy success. Our
work will cotapare with the best and so will
the prices. Patronize home industry, friends,
ne and all, and do not aend your work Out
fthetown, when it can be done as well at
TtE Cr,nPs.-A short rtie into the coun
try in oneC dizection, and a report from a
gentleman who circulates extensively i
other directions, enables us to report the
rops generally in good condition. Most of
the farers are now free from grass and
their cotton and corn are g-owing rapidly.
We learn that Mr. Pettus Boyd has been able
already to exhibit a stalk with twenty well
deine I shapes thereon. We are sorry to
add though that there are not a few fields t
completely taken by the gras , that it seems
impossibe to do anythingu with them.
' rubber bustle" is again heard
it wats a Brooklyn young
rown from her cairtiage
- I from Prospect Park.
- y, -t-l and a half bounces
comi ny pocue tel ok n
lnade s unll ptfheekgrp
inal.n" y from th attempting to
iadd'e nOt he. had sta ee
let- the ninety-eig -believe the
oozi' t adviseonr ae bae donb's
of th1 e abOve. d the wbol ?numl Cr
wh o'i tfhe a ybunlc e-ih o
Wh ether~ t; it12ing on the p oe, bu-hldQ
oftvebard of bounnef gil --tr,b
Wehav hJeS. ..Qet do
TaIAL -JUSTiCE'S C'UI:T.-SquTre C. C.
ChIase's ,t w >- not fu!l last week.
Mcliukla Renwvick put in an appcainnee nnd
made complaint that her two :on-. Doulas
and Collery had runaway. The Squire acting
promptly in the emergency,issued a warrant,
but the boys were quicker than the law and
could not be found. The old lady rcal;zes
the truth that sl,irits may be callvd from the
deep but they wi!l not come.
Henry Gaines assaulted and battered by
Jane Millbank, alias Jane Madden, applied
for a rake em and catchem on the 21st, upon
which the belligerecit and faded Jane was
arrested. The case will be heard on the 26th
A NEW CONTRIBUTOn.-WC are pleased
to state that we have the promise of a series
of short articles on Hygiene generally consid
ered, and in our next issue wil! give the first
"The Practitioner and his Patient."
We are pleased at thi4, it is a beginning
we trust of a better time, when our ci:izens
will be impelled to give publicity to their i
views on ill matters of general inter
est. Our columns we are happy to state are
open to all who have anything to write about,
and who can put their thoughts on paper.
There is not enough interest manifested now
in this particular. We reiterate again, then,
as we have done before, that shrt, pointed
articles, of zeneral intere.t, on all subjects,
will be gratefully received.
DEAT11S.-SIce our last notice of deaths,
we have to record that of the grand-daughter
of E. P. Lake, E-q., Susan Francis Girardeau,
aged seven years, a bright and promising
The youngest child of Mr. Geo. Lathrop,
of cholera intantum.
A colored infant of the same, aged about
seven mouths, and a colored man named
Henry Garmany, after a protracted illness.
He was a professional violinist for ball
At Helena, death hIs also been at work,
in the removal of Mr. William Meredith, the
father of Mr. Jas. Meredith, formerly super
intendent of the U. & C. Car Shops. Mr.
Meredith had been long a sufferer and was
quite aged. His quiet aid unassuming man
ners c iused him to lead a life of retirement,and
beyond a limited circle of friends and his
own imemediate family, his many virtues
and excellent traits of character were not
The telegraphic operator at the llelena
Shops, Mr. Festus Smith, departed life on
Monday the 9th. lie was a native of Vir
tinia, and Siperintendent Dodamead order
ed a spwcial car to convey his remains to his
Near Jalapa, in this County, on the 30th
of May, Mr. A. S. Sp.ers, died of conump
We acknowledge with pleaure the receipt
of a Catdlogtue of Xcberrv-Walballa Col
lege, for 1672-73, which shows a total of 96
students, of which number we are surprised
to find that only eleven are from this County
as follows: Jas. A. M. Bowers, G. Benedict
Cromer, Patrick Ilenry Aull, Ed. P. Aull,
and Sidney B. Aull, Newberry; J. II. Chap
pell, Chappell's Depot; J. B. Boinest, Levi
E. B5u,by, L. B. Folk, P'omaria; B. B. Fair,
J. E. Schumpert, Prosperity. The Comn
Imencement Eaercises of this popular insti
tution take up this present week. The
College course is quite moderate, and is only
S185 all told. The Preparatory Department
is $35. Primary Department $17, with
board at $12 per month.
Mr. John Duckett will accept thanks for a
copy of the Furman University and Green
ville IIigh School Catalogue. In the Uni
versity there are 47 students, one-John
D2-eket from Newberry, and in the High
School 116, with three from Newberry, Viz:
JT. C. Gary, G. J. Goggans, and J. A. Rteeder.
These institutions are in a prosperous con
The Faculty of Erskine College will accept
our acknowledgements for a cordial invita
tion, extended through Prof. Win. Hood, to
attend the Commencement Exercises, which
began ont Monday last and close on Thursday
evening the 26th.
A SOLEMN WAnNIG.-Our outside con
tributor furnishes the following account, of
the melancholy adventure of John with his
umbrella. We arc inclined to the opinion,
and almost certainly believe it is a plagiarism,
and that the account, with a change of
names, is taken from an exchange, therefore
we do not endorse it as original. John will
answer whether it happened to h im or not,
and let our reporter take the consequences:
John was promenading on Thursday last
with an uttbrella under his arm. HIe
stopped suddenly to speak with a friend, and
a man behind him nearly broke the joint of
the umbrella off by running h is eye against
it. The man swore, and John wheeled sud
denly, tearing off a young lady's back bhair.
IIe turned to apologize, and jabbed the end
ot his umbrella into a short tooth puller's
stomach. Dentist administered a poke and
the umbrella point tore off a portion of a
small boy's ear, and immediately after car
ried the starboard corner of a !nan's mouth
up into his front hair. Stepping back in
dismay at what lhe had done, he rammed the
umbrella down a by-stander's throat, and at
the same time he fast ned the hook handle
(thme probabilities are that the handle was not
only hooked, but the entire umbrella,) into a
colored citizen's wool. In his efforts t:> get
-his umbrella loose the unfor:unate owner of
it upset Smith's bread and pie tray, and
plunged head foremost into one of Marshall's
show windows. In the excitement and con
fusion that ensued, the umbrella was put
into a hack and driven to the jail and the
man was taken to an umbrella store to under
go repairs. ______
Whbat game does a lady's bustle resemble?
Somebody asks; "'What is home without
a cradle ?" lIang the cradle. Is's the little
ca.s in the cradle that makes home howl, if
Tw~o French ladies were looking for the
little daughter of one of them in a group of
baby carr iages. "Do you see him ?" asked
the friend of the mother. "Him? I am look
inig for her nurse." "Her nurse ?" "Yes; all
children loo.k alike I know the nurse, and
I can tiuid the child best in that way." "A s
for myself, I thitnk all bonnes look alike-"
"hlow do you find yours, then?" "Oh, I
know the soldier who is her beau."
An arch young lady should be an archer,
for she can bend her beau as she pleases,
Miss Susan B. Anthony says she is willing
'-to stand face to flace with Satan." Then all
the world would say : "Susan, thou are beside
'An old farmer, dictating his will to a law
yor, says: '-1 give a::d bequeath to my wife
tie sum of ?100 a year. Is that a rit down,
m tster?" "Yes," said the lawyer; "but she
is not so Old but she may marry again.
Won't you make any change in that case?
Most people do." "Ahi! do they? Well,
write again, and say if niy wife marry again
[ give andl bequeath to her the sum of ?200
a year. That'!H do, won't it, master?" "Why
that's just double the sum she would have
hasd if she had iemained unmatried," said
the lawyer: " it is generai'y the other way."
'.A e," sail the farmer, "Lat him as takes
'i.. wil deserve it."
TERRIBLE BOILER EXPLOSION,
NEAR OLD COLONY CHURCH!
TilREE MEN KILLED!
EIGHT OTHERS WOUNDED!
On Raturday morning last about half.past
10, the quiet of this co:nmunity ws upset
by tie repurt from a couier, that a fearful
explosion had but a half hour before oc
curred at the plantation of Mrs. Sallie Fel
lers, fire miles from Newberry G. H., near
old Golony Chureh, and some two miles
fronm the town of Prosperity,
of which as we have been able to gather
them are as follows: Messrs. Jesse Schum
pert & Whitman, with a hired threlher and
engine, were engaged in threshing the
wheat of Mrs. Feller.-. The eng.i'e was run
by Mr. Drayton Brown, son of Mr. Geo.
Brown, the owner of the machinery. The
patties had been threshing succesfully da
ring the mnotning, but about
10 mn:s ravio-s
to the dreadful accident, the engine had
been stoppe,1, to enable the operators to
make tepairs on the thresher, and all felt
perfectly safe. Mr. Schunmpert and lir
Brov:n %ere on top the threher, %hich
was in close proximity to a hilge barn, and
the engine some thirty feet distant from the
barn. There wcre eight colored men en
gaged around in ditffirent ways, some of
ahom during the ten minutinis interval had
seated themselves on the 'oor of the barn,
which in a few seconds imure was to become
the place of their death. Tiey hd scarce
ly got read!y to stai t the engine $lhen the
explosioi occurred, which
Mr. Schunipert and two of the colored men,
and wounded eight others. The explosion
was outward from the furnace, the torce of
the steam front which blew down three
panels of fence fully one hundred yards
distant, and this
VIOL.ENT ESCAF OY sTEAM
threw the engine forward and on top the
thresher, fastening in and instantly killing
Mr. Sc.unmpert, while the engineer, Dron n,
was thrown up into the loft of t1a barn
among some heavy timbers, from whence
st:ange to relate lie was rescued with only
some severe bruises. Mr. Whitman was
also wounded. The two negroes kill
ed and the others wounded, (one of
whotn had his
RIGUT ARM TORN OFF
by a rod of iron, and who received a large
ound in his right side and had several ribs
broken),were all front the Gary Lane neigh
bo'rhood, and n-med as follows: Pink Reed
er and Alfred Gary. killed, Brown Dalryn
ple, Hill Hiipp, Anderson Singley, Addison
Porter, Simeon G.allinan and Shcdd Gibbs.
The threshier and engine as we are
told were forced over them. How this
di eadmul accident occurred no accotunt
can be given, Mr. Brown, who was acting
as engineer, says there was but
60 LBs. oF' STEAM
registered ; however this may he, it is a Ia
mentble fact th.At i too many instances
are engines entrusted to the direction of
those who have but little experience in
their working, and with as little thought of
the immense power and danger confined in
flues and boiler, and which through tIme
slightest oversight umay instantly be the
means of hurling into eternity all who are
connected with them. We do not presunie to
say that this fearful accident was the result
of carelessness,btut that accidents do occur in
many instances in this way, and that this
should be a
WARING To OTnERS
similarly er'gaged. Mr. Schtumpert was e.
worthy, well known and respected citizen,
betweetn, the ages of 45 and 50, and had
only but three or four weeks previously
Dr. Geo. Garmany, ini company with Dr.
Ben. Mayer, jr., from Newaberry, immediate
ly htastened' to the scene of disaster, and
together with Dr. McFall, of Prosperity,
rendered every assistance to the wounded
in alleviating their pains as far as possibl-.
We have had no full description of the ap
pearance of the wreck, except that thte batan
was badly datmaged, and that one piece of
iron passed through the kitchen, breaking
a bench. Had the engine burst in any
other way than outward from the finrnace,
the loss of life and damage to the buildings
nust have been greater. The engine is
not badly danmaged, but thme thresher is a
int receunting such horrors, and we cannot
refrain from uttering solemn warning and
earnest protest, that all care and precaution
be exercised in dealing with steam hereaf
ter, and that none but experienced hanids
be allowed to run these neighbor hood steam
Since the bursting of thme Irby Engine be
longing to the Laurens Rt. R., and which
occurred near the Newberry Depot just be
fore the war, by which several were badly
wounded, and two, the engineer, Neeson,
ad a train hand, died a few hours after
wards, no such accident has happetted here.
AoU-r a Towx AND CONT.
The weather is intensely warm by day
with stiff breezes of nights.
A valuable plantation, highlfknproved, is
advertised for sale in this issue.
No mosquitoes have put in an appearance
as yet-the flies however make up for them.
Jlune app)les are abundant-the crop with
some farmers has been fine, and they sell at
only 10 cents per dozen.
Ue sure you can lick your man before call
ing him a liar. Take a birds eye view of
The notice of Auditor Hayward is impor.
tant. Attention to the same will save trouble
French's Hotel, New Yoik, offers induce.
mets to merchants viNi:ing Gotham. See
I. H. Hall & Co , Charleston, are prepared
to furnished Doors, Blinds and Sashes, of
good make and at low prices.
A heaiv rain fell in this town on Friday
last, accomnpantied with con ;iderable wind,
lightning and thunder.
We notice several people who some time
back looked thin and hung;y, now getting
fat and sleek, happy and contenteJ. Caure,
blackberries are plentiful.
Messrs. Webb, Jones & I arker are about
erecing sever.l small dwdllings, near their
Tanary. Thi:, is right, we uetd more
Tle Gy,od Templars are adv.neing-several
ebarming hldiv-. .rd a f'w merivc iatt ly .ood
lo,king youth., wt re initiated on Thursday
It is said that the town failers con
template widening some of the stree:s. Tis
a capital idea-in the absence of a fire
We sincerely wish they could enlarge the
hearts and couscicnces of the debtor class of
the community, that a little money might
get into circulation.
The few days of dry weather and hot sun
shine has enabled tkrmers to biLtle success
fully with the grass. Crops are looking
A pic-uic is called for by a number of
young ladies. Our opinion is that the
weatheris too warm. They s.ty never mind
the weather if the wind don't blow, and the
clouds drop no rain.
Ye lovers of lee Cream will be able to
tickle and cool their palates every Tiuesday
and Friday afternoons till further notice -
Mr. John Smith promises to do this. Send
The du4iness of the times and scarei y of
money are affieting a few of our business
men-they have long faces anid talk about
selling out and fleein.; to the mountains-of
One of our town prophets predicted that
we would have no rain for the space of a
month. The prediction was made Thursday.
lappily on Friiay there were three April
showers between '2 and 3 o'clock, and at half
pa-t 5 a tine season.
We have so unsparingly criticised the
quality and quantity of the beef furnihed
the community lately,that it is no tore than
just to say that Mr. Btird on Saturday
morning, had a beef on market wleih was
fit for a king's table. It was splendid. We
trust he will do so again.
Mariail's offer made lat week is still
open. Besides that he furnihes Ice Cream
every afternoon to those who like to keep cool,
and ou Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
he will supply all demands for fresh fish.
lie has on hand .in addition a consignment
of glassware and crockery, just in. A
wonderful man is Marzhall, and he is
determined to please the people. Leave
orders for cream, and call promptly fur fish,
anti while there look at Crockery. &c.
A lively, good, old-fashioned scrimmage
took place on Saturday last, between two
distinguished citizens-but who struck the
first blow is not known. We refrain from
particulars out of tender consideration, and
the great love entertained for the fighti6ts.
But if they do so again we'll give 'em fibi
If they would go to Sunday School and
Church and learn that "dogs delight to bark
and bite"-such affairs would not happen.
We advise them to do as we do, hire their
Fo:a Goon 1IABTS.-'-There were four
good habits a wise man earnestly recom
mended in his counsels, and which he con
sidered to be essentially necessary for the
management of temporal concerns; and these
are punctuality, accuravy, st-:adiness, and
despatch. Without the first of these, time is
wast:d; without the second, mistakes the
most hurtful to our own credit and interest
and that of others may be committed; with
out the third, nothing can be well done; and
without the fourth, opportunities of great
advantage are lost, which it is impossible to
INTERESTING TO POSTMASTERS.
All postoffics having a salary of over
one hundred dollars will receive a temt
porary supply of postage stamps to be
used to prepay postage of ofieial cor
respondence before the eud of this
month without requisition, and the
snmaller offices will be supplied as soon
thereafter as possible. subsequen t sup
plies to be sent on requisitions on appli
ation for blanks therefor to the first
Medicinal Poisons on the Wane.
The patriarchs took no mercury, no bis
mth, no iodine, no bromide o'f potassium,
no strychoria, no quininie. Happy old gen
tlemen! they did not even know of the ex
istence of these "specifics," and yet they
'lived until it seemed as if Death had forgot
ten them. Their medicines were herbs and
roots. They have left this fact on record,
and the world seemns to be now taking note
of it and returning to the first principles o~
medietion. Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters
the purest and most efficacious vegetable re
storative of the day, is also the most popu
lar. Thousands of persons who only a few
years ego believed implicitly ia all the poi.
sons which figure in the pharmuaccpia. nowv
pronounce this palatable tonic and alterative
an all-sufficient remedy for dyspepsia, ner
vous debility ,constipation,biliouts complaiuts,
hadache, intermittent fevers, and alt the or
dinarv di<turbances of the stomach, the
liver,'the discharging organs and the brain.
rThe time is not far di-tant when most of the
powerful and venomous drugs now so reck.
lessly administered by prac!itioniers of the
"heroic" school, in eases that might easily
be controlled by milder treatment, will be
utterly discarded by all philosophical physi
cins.' As it is, the thinking public, who are
generally ahead of the professionals, have
already put the danmgerou< preparations aside
and adop-ed Ilostetter's Bitters in their stead
as a sate anid excellent household medicitne,
adapted to almost every ailment except the
orgatnic and deadly contagious diseases.
For more than twenty years this famous re
storative anid preventive. has beetn annually
strengthening its hold upon the public confi~
dece, and it now takes the lead of every ad
vertised medicine manufactured in this coun
try. June 25, 25-1t.
No invention was ever so important to the
residents of warm climates as the Venetian,
Blind. Admitting the air anid a shaded light,
while keeping out the heat and glare, they
are absolutely essential to the comfort of out
section. If the houses of any of our readers
are destitute of these valuable contrivances,
they should at once send their orders to Mr.
P. i'. Tfodie, Charleston, S. C. lie makes all
the work he sells, and guarante satisfaction
on all Blinde, Doors and Sash from his
Factory. Send for his price list. Sent free
Jtune 4. 22-1mn.
No Poisonous Drug.
DRi. TUT'"S LIVER PILLS are prepared
with great care and study, in exact accord
ance with the principles of Chemical com
patibility. They are not a "cure all" for all
diseases. They are safe. They conta in tic
dangerous drug. R quire no change of dice
Dr. Tutt's Sarsaparilla and
Under the influence of this compound th<
eve grows clear and sparkling, the comn
plexion like pearl; uusightly blotehes, pocd
marks, worms in the flesh, pimples, ant
roughness of the skini disappear, and th<
entire human organization grows redolen1
The Proper Time
To use DR. TUTT'S LIVER PILLS i
when you have Nausea, Loss of Appetite
Yellowed Cast of the Skin, Ru.h of Blood ti
the Hlead, Cold Extremities, ltinging in the
Ears, Pain in the Back. Side and Shoulders
igh Colored Utine, Vertigo, and Bilious
ness. They afford prompt relief.
NEwBEnRY, S. C., Jane 21 -Cotton 10%.
NEW YORK, June 23 -Co'ton quiet; at 2
for middlintg. Gold 15).
BALTI MORE, Junie 23.-Cotton firm-mid
CHARLESTOx, June 23.-Cotton quiet
AUGUsTA, Junte E3.-Cot:on quiet-mid
LIVERPooL, June 23.-Cotton dull-up
lands Q8 - Orieaus 9%.
Plantation Supplie., Dry Go(
Keep constantly or
Coffep, Mv, Ba
B:woll, MNola tes, Liei
Lard, Sugar, 4a!r
Flo:r, Curn, Tot
Also a choice article of N 0. Mol;iS.as , il
choice A No. I article Goshen Biatter, and ]
Give us a call.
JNo. E. WEBB. T11OS. M. 1
Contemplating a change in our business
It an varly daI , we have determined to sell
AT SHORT PROFITS
With our expeiience we are satislied that it
will 1e to our interest az well as the
Interest of Those With
Whom We Deal,
to confine oursvlves strietdv to the CASH
SY-;TEM,d i-nSI'Ll, FoR SiORT PROFITS.
We h1"pe! Our fr iend., and th-: plilie gc;e
rally. will give us , trial under this new
systeli upon which we now enter, and we
will endleavor to make it to t rl i niriiterest to
give us their patronage.
WE WILL KEEP
A good stock of
ieavy and Family Groceries,
and a CIONSTANT SUPPLY of the
to the examination of which we. invite all
pesions wishiig to p;irese goods in our
line before they mIIaLe their purchases.
R. MOORIIAN & M.
All persons indebted to us by note or
AcCoun1t, are niost earnestlv reiiested to
make payment at onc. All our claimis are
past due and we nist have themi settled.
We Ieanl wh.it we sav.
I. MOORMAN & Co.
Mar. 10, IS7'-1--tU.
ayes & Maii N
Are receiving their FALL SUPPLY of
C U T LERY,
~a[0o aod Bugy Mali'Ial
SADDLERY and WHIPS,
MUMBER WVO9D PUMPS
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Oct. 2, 40--tf.
BAGGING, TIES, &c.
WHIOLE:SALE ANXD RETAIL,
J. H. O'Neill, Agt.
Corner Cald well and Friend Sts.
Opposite Mr. P. Scott, Merchant Tailor,
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 my stock be.
fore purchasing elsewhere.
The Highest Price Paid for
Sept 25 30t
DI VERNON, KARN'S BES'I
And 0. K. FLOURS.
N. 0. MLolasses.
Corni, Baconi, &c.
And many other articles re
ceived daily of Best Qual
ities, and Cheap for
THE PE8PLE'S ST6RE.
THO0S F. H ARM90N
May 21, 20)-tun.
We are just in receipt of ::n B0XES
TOBACCO of various grades and prices,a
whoulesaile or reil!.
LOVELA'7E & WHIEELER.
May 2$ 2.91 --ti'.
ids, Boots, Shoes, lats, &c.,
I hand a good li:le of
"ing Plantat ion Ho's,
aco, W.olen jn Willow Ware,
e Potatocs, &c.
bis., 1 bik., r, and 10 gallon keg, also a
3uckwheat FL>ir in abun0anee.
AKE. 11. O'N. HARRINGTON.
IIAVING increased our Manufactory we
are prepared to supply the demand for our
well known COT 'ON GINS, which are con
sidered the best in the market by those who
have used and known them. I-NERY GIN
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACHON.
Price lower than any other first-class Gin.
Orders solicited early in the bcason to prevent
By permision we re&er to the followiug
Col. I). Wyatt Aiken, and Maj. J. K.
Gov. M. L. Bonham, Edgefield; Maj. A.
Jones, Pine House; Maj. Josiah Padgett,
Mr. L. lartley, Batesville.
Capt. J. G. Hawthorn, Saluda Old Town.
Gen. M. C. Butler, Columbia.
Messrs. WEBBI..1ONES & PAtklKER, are
our authorized Agents for Newberry, at
whose store a sample Gin can be seen.
NELETT & GOODRICII
June 4, 22-4m. Augusta, Ga.
T H E
"MORRIS 1OTTON GINO"
Still Ahead of all Others.
TIIE:SE COT-ION GINS have been TRIED
in Newberry and surrounding coun:ry, and
have PROvEN to be the
BEST,SNMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
CO ITON GIN cver offered in this country.
I hav~e been mn ufacturing Cotton Gins
for 38 years in Sonth Carolina, and the Gin I
now nmake is the BEST I have ever made.
All work WATRaNTLD to give full satisfac
tion or NOiPAY.
Price $3.50 per Saw.
Cotton Gin Factory,
COL.UMBIA, S. C.
May 28, 21-3m.
Plantters shiould examtine the above
named old and reliable Gin before buying
any other. It combines the required quali
ties of Simnplicily, Strengtli and lDura
bility, It gins rfast and clean, makes
excellent lint (often bringing 1-4c. to
1-2c. per lb. above market,) and is univer
sally admitted to be the lightest running
gilt made. We have had thirty yearn' ex
perience in the business, and warrant every
gin perfeet. Gins constantly in the hands
of our agents, to which we invite inspection.
Circulars, with testimonials and full
p)articulars, may be had by addressitng,
ISRAEL F. BROWN, President,
Brown Cotton Gin Co.,
New London, Conn.
WEBU, J( NES & PARKER, Agents.
Mlar. 5, 0-4m.
MADE AND REPAIRED
AT MY SHIOP ON
NEWBER RY, S. C.
G"ive MVe a Trial.
JOHN A. CHAPMAN.
Matr. 21, 12-3m.
DECOR ATIVE P AINTER.
PAPER HANGING and KALSOMINING.
HIaving pirovidled himself with all the la
test improved ladders and other tools and
imnplenments of his trade, is now prepared to
performu all work in his line of business
with teatness, durability and dispatch.
COUNTRY JOBS WILL BE ATTENDED.
lBy the arrangettents which he has coin
ph.tc,d he will be able to do the sev-eral
oranchles of his trade at the LOWEST POS
Trerms Cash ont the completion of work.
I i you want tie and don't see me, inquire
at lI.' IL Blease's Tin and Stove Store.
A pr. 10, 5- 3m.
Electro Chemical Baths.
ITI.e undersigned has fitted up an Office
with all the necessary appliances for giving
The Electro Chemical Baths,
the virtues of n hieh have been long recog
nized bv onr profession as being the only
effectual means of
Removing Mercury from the System,
SAlso as being the speediest means of
CURING CIIRONIC RHlEUMATISM,
- =and kitndreif diseases. Retmoving entirely
fromt the system those constitutional dis
eases so diflicult of cure, atnd which, in fact,
>f arc onliy palliatedl by the ordiuary remedies.
.tThe courtesieS uf the ofitee are extended
to ali Practicing Phiysiciauns needing treat
muent. J. D). BRUCE, M. D.,
COIIVMBIA, S. C.,
H:tvo low i stre thwir SPRING
H A T S,
Otr vutoners kn-w th:.t wo dh:i
11-t be h:ad inl S i!Il o-stabIlI'll) t: .
Sien v yor tr<er- :1nl we will fill
Our Ct STOM IPA RIT'Ml-NET
i. dIisti:.et fru;:n uur li l-:.U>Y .\1 I-.
mnd u pi S ean dt'p.-..d Lp,01 .C
We. still t::I .L-r fr S IIl RT S.
gu1ano11tcci1.y- 4 PIEL".Fl-(T FIT. W e
send G i.ds , pr ;:xpre hjct to ex
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
C 0 L U M B IA, S. G.
Mar. 19, Jl-tf.
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May. 21, 20-tf.
Drugs # Fancy drticles.
DRI. S. F. FANT,
9R1TGIST ND tCIlMIST,
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C.
All the most approved PATENT MEDI
CINES constantly on hand.
PERFUMERIES, SOAPS arnd TOIEET
ARTICLES, of the choieest character.
MEDICINAL LIIQUORS, of prest qjuali
Prescriptions eompounded carefully, at
all hours, damy and night.
Mar. 12, '73-lu-tf.
A sure and permanent Cure for all diseases
caused by a deranged Liver, such as Jaun
die. Dyspepsia, Heartburn. Fevers,
Nervousness, Impurity of the B100d,
Melancholy, Costiveness, Sick
Headache,Pains in the Head,
and all kindred d.iseases.
EVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAVE IT.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Prepared only by
WILSON & BLACK,
Mar. 12, 10m-cm. CHIAELOTIE, N. C.
Invaluable in Teething, and Summer Comn
plaints of Children. Cures
And other Diseases, incident to the period
UnIlike the "SOOthing Syrups," now so
widely. used, this CORD)IAL contains
Or other injuriOus Drug. It is composed of
the very best materials, and should be
found in every Nurserv. The best physi
cians recommend it.
Dr. H. BAER,
CHARLESTON. S. C
gr For sale by MOTTE & TARRANT,
D'! Goods. 6r0ferien. (.
A (CARD TO 111111U I I"JI1"
di1Se o .Mr. TCt).i'<;,E.Ine :L!,e -.t
p.ure in. rec1lu-nndit.: .;m to our far
T oe inl.lvb,cid to) a: -, M . r e-.d e
ted tvo mlte for-ard Atnd Ii e the
Ftu o. F r t,e r:t we a% bo 1.ai,n at
Lw store of Mr. Thas. ('ook.
A. SINGLE UON & CO.
A. i : -rGUTOX, )
1'. J. SINGU:TON.
Newberry, S. C, May ", IS7:.
It wil! bje eer. by the, above Card, that I
have pur .0d t i.e ie :ek and ood
will 0 the MESi'Z. SINGLETON, ard it is
my purpose to keep such a stock and to
;ell at suich prives a uill giVe the greatest
satisfaction. M motto -,iall be quick Sales
ind short profits, and fri;jent rvnewa!s of
My stock consists at present o
fee, Flour, Syrups, &c.
Dry Goods, Cloth ing,
BOOTS, : HOES, &&.
I will .el shoes ata lurgaiv-.such is
ilie. Sewed Shos .1o from :1.25 to ;
Pedat (1.25 :o .
11..y tl, 21 -:m
l [TAIIOIL BUYER[IS
Alin! so. also, is the
New and Elegant Stock
P. I W &l 11.8 ClHICK,
And the laies an I pb!;e c-i ernli, are
nvited to exalnine our fine and large as
Dress Good!, Calicoes,
Shetings, Pilh>w Casings,
[leavy Gr11dc, \ht .o
And imany other goods, too nunerous to
mCitivin, and all of w hich we beg tile piub
ie to examine.
Our motto is
QUICI SALES AND SHORT
Apr. 2, 13-f.
for Ladies and Genuts, andh
A F/ILL LINE OF
CAUL AND BE
To Merchants at Man
The Highest Market Price
Paid for Cotton or other
Apr. 2, i n--tf.
DO YOU WANT
Excellent in Quality?
IF >0, GO To
MRS. D. MO10WER,
Where can be found Flour, Baeon, Mohae
ses, Sugar, Coffee, Corn,
And Many Other Articles
At the Lowest Market
On the corner, antd under the UIEnn.n
Oflice is the place
For Cheap Goods,
And the Best Attention.
A pr. 2:1, 16--t.
W. T. TARRANT,
Dry Go'ods, Groceries, Loots, ShIoes, Hfats,
Caps, Crockery, Saddlery, Harness, Trutks,
Leather, etc. A pr. 9, 14-itf.
Dlissolution of Partnership.
Hiavinig disposed of our entire inztere.t in
the Drug Busin.ess to Dr. S. F. Fat, the co
paritnershuip heretofore existing uId-r t:e
name and style of HARRIS & GkEEN j*
this day dissolved, by mutual const
dLIN ER J1. H.ARRIS,
FR ANK G;BEEN.
June 11, 2Z-Zt*
500 Cords of T1AN BARK, for which
$8.00 per Cord will be paid on deliv.ry at
W EBB, JONES & P'ARK E1t'
Apr. 9, 1...t Tanu'A