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copy of "Peters' Musical Monthly" for one
year to any one sending us $1.50. Our pa
per speaks for itself, and you may know tie
value of "Peters' Musical Monthly," from
the fact that every yearly subscriber gets
about sixty Songs, Duets, and Choruses, and
from Sfty to sixty Piano pieces, worth at
least S40. 5-tf.
Tu STRONGEST, PunrST AND BEST IN
THE WORLD.-Ask your Druggist and
Grocer for the famous RUssiAN MUSTALD.
No other Mustird in the world combines the
flavor of herse-radish with that, of mustard.
If you cannot buy it here, by inclosing 50
c-nts to W. HEPtAx T. FRUEAUFF, the sole
Agent for Amersca, at Columbia, Pa., you
receive a spceciInen can, postpaid. Whole.
sale and retail dealers, please send for latest
price-lists and posters. One million pounds
are sold annually. 26-3t.
Af ETINGS.-Newbrry Division. No. S. S. of
T.. meets every Tuesday night at 8 o'clock, in
i'uLaki Lodge, No. 21, 1. (. 0. F.. meetQ in
the same Hail, every Friday evenin- at S o'clock.
Amity Lodge, No. W. A. F. 31.. meets lir:t
Mtonda- in the month. at 8 o'clock.
Siznet Chapter. No. 1s, i'. A. M., meet: every
second Stond-:y. at S o'clock.
T,.nvN COUsCIL.-J. P. Pool, Intendant. '.
:delspe:rger, J. Gaunt, A. M. Dowers and U.
8na uar.-J. J. varrington.
CLEg.-J. C. Smith.
JtIDGN l'RODATE.-J. C. Leahy.
SCUOOL CoMMtssIONUL.-M. S. Long.
CoUrTY Comm isstouts.-Dennis 'Noates, T.
Keitt A. Rice.
Taia AL JUsTzcz.-C. C. Chase, G. P. Jacoby,
AN APPEAL.-The card of Messrs. Wise,
Whites & Co., makes a feeling appeal to
those who are indebted to them, to come
forward at once and give them the aid which
they so much need.
BARBEcUE.-On Friday last, a batbece
was given at the Town of Prosperity, which
wias largely attended. We understaid that
the dinner was first rate, and abundant. It
was served up in Mr. J. M. Kibler's Hall.
- GOOD TEXPLAns.-Tbe Prosperity Lodge
of Gc.D TEXPLARS, had a meeting on Wed
nesday last, and bad quite an accession to
its numbers.' This Lodge meets twice a
AHEAD OF ALL.-On Saturday last, John
Boutlware, colored, working on the plantation
of Mr. F. Werber, exhibited a couple of cot
ton bolls, of about three-fourths of an inch
TAr,AUx.-Don't fail good people of
Newberry to give the misses of the Female
Academy a large and generous turn-out on
Wednesday night. Admittance for big folks
only 25 ets, and little ones 10 ets.
THE EARLIEsT.-Capt. Mazyck notwith
stauding -.he multiplicity of his duties as
Depot Agent and Express Chief, finds time
to remember the editor, and has sent in a
sample of delightful peaches grown on his
p lace. They are the first seen, and highly
COMPLIMENTARY.-W~e are pleased to
state that we have received.the most flatter
ing accounts of the proficiency of Master
Jack Reeder, of this County, in his studies at
the Greenville High School. IIis progress
in Latin especially is good. This information
will beleasing to his parents.
CALLED MEETING.-We learn that there
will be a called meeting of the South Carolina
Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church,
on the 23d of July, at the town of Prosperity.
The business which will be brought before
this body we are told will be of a highly
important character, and its hoped that there
wiil be a large attendance.
To CORREsPONDENTS-We acknowledge
receiving manuscript of an address delivered
before Zoar School, on the 29th, and shall
give it a place in next issue.
Our kind Columbia itemizer will accept
many thanks for his late favor-although
too late for insertion this week.
"Mountain Sprout" is also out in the cool
1IANDY.-MessrS. Kmngsland & Heath will
accept our thanks for a most convenient
yard measure. It is not only of service as a
fmily need, but serves as an advertisement
for this enterprising firm, and we suppose it
is furnished freely to their friends and ens
tomners, without money and without pt ice.
Messrs. K & H's stock of housekeeper's
articles is one of the best in the city of
Columbia. Their card is in the IERtALD.
IN LUc.-Our table begins once more to
groan, first we had cotton bolls, not edible,
however-then potatoes, beets, turnips, then
peaches, then parched coffee, cigars of
choicest brand, corn, apples, home-mode
honey, and last, as we go to press, butt not
least, some of the largest tomatoes seen smne
last summer's mountain trip. Mr. Daniel
Wheeler, of the enterprisiag firm of L & W.,
is the clever man who sent them in. The
s ize of these tomatoes is enormous.
V.AJ.F. CRUcis.-The annual commenCe
ment of the Ursuline Institute, Columbia,
terminmated on Wednesday last, and we
notice with pleasure the return of Miss Lilla
Montgomery, after a session at this excellent
educational institution, improved in health
and person, and we have reason to believe
in accomplishments, judging from the fact
that she brin;;s home with her two awards.
Miss Lilla is the only young lady who re
ceived two distinctive merits.
Tfhe Carolina Spartan in its notice of the
Woflford College Commencement exercises,
makes the following complimentary miention:
The address before the Alumni Association
in the afternoon, by Th'los. S. Moorman, Esq.,
of' Newberry, was an admirable and appr
nriaitelv brief discou-se Otn "P'olicy aud
l'cincilc." Thlis young legal gentleman
added largcly to his rep,utation3 as an Orator
byv this uncommonly graceful and elegant
PEnrsos.u..-WeC had the pleasure a few
&t iys ao, of a visit from A. M1. Maniganit;
.Tr , who is travelling in the intetest of
Messrs. Walker, Evans & Co., Chiarleston.
eilicien: superintendent of Thie Charlestont
- City Railway Co., is on a brief visit "at our
house ," from: whence he will move towards
* ite ::ou'titi tegion of Asheville, N. C , or
re;bouts, in: quest of health. Like ourseil
ti~has an unfortnate liver. Perhaps we
., , g loi t keep him straight
TnAxs.--,.1r. Thos. Doozer-one of the
best to'>kig %oung men in the tonn or
County-and who officiates in* the popular
room under the hotel, in the "smile" depart
ment will accpt4he thanks of the homely
man with the ugly liver, in charge of the
lagrubrions department of the HEALD
office, for something in a black bottle, said
to be a sovereign anti-Dyspeptie.
A(AIV.-Mrs. .1. P. Kinard, the estimable
wife of the gallant llajor, proprietor of the
farpous Four Mile House, has made another
gentle pass at us this week, by the present of
some fine and large potatoes, enormous beets
and prodigious turnips.
If our friends continue to go for us in this
way we will be obliged to renounce our
contemplated trip to the mountains.
We call attention, specially, to the card of
Mr. W. F. Nance, in another column. The
necessity of some suie means for the suppres
sion of fires, in localities where iusur"nee
cannot be had at living rates, is obvious.
The Babcock is beyond doubt a perfect ste
cess. Every planter bhould have one on his
premises, and every nerchatit who cannot
get insurance should have one or two in his
Boys and girls. if you wish to astonish any
members of the family or any coming guests
by some day allowing them to discover their
initias neatly printed ott a pear, peach or
apple, as it hangs on its branch, this is the
way to carry out your plan: Just before the
fruit ripens, cut the desired letters from a
sheet of thin tough paper; then paste them
on the side of the fruit most exposed to the
sun, and when in course of time you remove
the paper from the ripe surface you will fing
the letters distinctly marked upon it.
Ox DrT.-Capt. John Speck will open in a
day or two, one of the most recherche cigar
and fancy confection stores even seen in
these parts. It is to be fitted up in a tasteful
and attractive style, and his stock is to be
of the very best. We have had the pleasure
of sampling some of his cigars and pronounce
them delicious. Any quality or flavor, as
well as any priced cigar can be had of him.
We learn' beside, that the corner store,
formerly occupied by Messrs. McFall & Pool,
is soon to be opened as a first-class Boot and
Shoe Store, by Mr. Phiter, of Copcord, N. C.
This gentleman is now in town, making
arrangements for an early opening.
CHURCH CONFERENCE.-The Newberry
Lutheran Church Conference was held at St.
Paul's, Newberry County, on Sunday, June
29th, and wf s very largely attended. The
ministers present were, the Lev. J. A. Slizb,
pastor of St. Luke's, the Revs. Dr. Smeltzer,
i. W. Kuhns, Geo. Holland, E. A. Bolles,
11. S. Wingard, Paul Derrick and G. A.
The communion services on that occasion
were full of religious interest, and were
participated in by more than half of an un
usually large congregation.
The next Conference will be held in this
town on the last Sabbath in August. -
S. or T., ISTALLATIoN.-On Tuesday
night last, at the regular meeting of New
berry Division, Sons of Temperance, the fol
lowing named officers were installed for the
JOI]N I. HIOUSEAL, W. P.
W. M. FEAGLE, W. A.
'JOHFN F. SPEARtMAN, R. S.
WALTER UODGES, A. Rt. S.
H. 11. BLEASE, F. S.
W M. JOHINSON, T.
REV. JOH N STOUTf, Chaplain.
L. C. MOORE, C.
Rt. H. GItENEKER, .Jr., A. C.
S. MATHIS, I. S.
.JOHN PAYNE, 0. 5.
I. 0. 0. F.-At the regular meeting of
Pulaski Lodge, No. 20, I. 0. 0. F., Friday
evening. ,July 4, the following named gentle
men were elected to serve the ensuing term:
W. J. LAKE, N. G.
D. B. WHEELER, V. G.
N. If MAZYCK, S.
JNO. A. KINAltD, T.
J. HI. M. KINARD, W.
IRA B. JONES, C.
T. F. H AR MON, R. S. N. G.
J. M. CRAWFORD, L. S. N. G.
E. C. .JONES, iR. S. V. G.
W. 0. GOREE, L. S. V. G.
W. II. BL ATS, 1. G.
A. A. KILLIAN, 0. G.
TAKE IT KINDLY-AND BLEED FREELY.
-Will our patrons pardon us for -essaying
on a little 'dun.' Its the first time in an age.
The payment of a few accounts would be
positively refreshing. W ill some one make
a move. Let one but break the ice and
others are sure to follow, as it acts on the
principle that it never rains but it pours.
We don't ask all to pay up, that would be
selfish, and bring in more than we want.
The settlement of a few accounts will suffice
-say some of the amounts due for old estate
notices. All that we desire is to keep our head
above water until the good time comes, and
everybody gets easy. Say, will yon come?
A few subscriptions will also be received,
ad by the way, we promise to pay postage
on all papers for which we receive the cash
GooD.-Good and cheering news reaches
us from Liberty Hall, of the way in which
the members of the Grange in that section
carry out their principles of beneficence and
charity. A good friend and subscriber
writes. (perhaps there will be no harm in
saying, that his name is Mr. Win. Riser,)
that his wife had been sick for five months,
and that things had become sadly out of
joint and mixed at his home. The lady
members of the Graage heard of the situation
of affairs, and like true Sisters of Charity,
they visited the house, and putting their fair
shoulders to the wheel, soon had everything
in apple-pie order, thus making the hearts of
the whole house-hold to rejoice. They
literally played "move house." (that is with
all the movables,) swept, dusted, scoured,
scrubbed and scalded, until there was no
more for their hands to do. We like to heat
of such kind, neighborly acts, for it makes
us feel as if indeed we are of kin one with
another. The Granges have a large field be
fore them, and a noble work can be done,
and we hail th is sign as one of much promise.
"Every family should have a new screw
driver. The borrowed screwdriver hasn't got
any handle to it, and if it has it is split. The
blade is too blunt for the screw, and one
corner is gone. It slips and stick into your
tiunb, breaks the screw in two and throw:
you off your feet, and then it gets lost, and
th we oes around for it and swears i
was neairly new, and valued mostly on accoun1
of its associations and he wouldn't have had
it lost for tea times its v-alue in solid gok(,
You had bet er buy a new screwdriver a1
once. If you want to get a good one, or any
oter article of hardware, go to Messrs. Joht:
Agnew & Son."
The above is one of the neatest and mosl
pointed advertisemnents we have seen since
the warm weather set in, and we are please]
to addi that besides screwdr-ivers, Messrs.
Jo:1 Agnew d Son, Columbia, keep a
The Town of Prosperity Laid
ONLY ONE STOR LEFT S DG,
On Satlr.Ly niht about -i'dnight, when
tbe inhabitants of the thriving town of
Prosperity were all wrapped in -slumber,
and'f'ancied security, the dreadful cry of
fire wns sounded, and the few persons who
dwelt in the busiiess part of the town rush
ing hastily ont, discovered flames issuing
from the north-west corner of Messrs. Wise
& Whites' store on the outside and under
the steps leading up to the Masonic Hall, at
the end of which was a wood-house. The
most of the business men live some distance
froim the town, but Tn a short time they
were all otn the ground, and realized
immediately how vain was the hope of
arresting the flames, which, iii an incredibly
short time, hmd shot upward, and spread
right and left over the devoted block of
The worst fears were soon realized, for
in aspace of two hours or less, notwith
stauding a rain which was filling at the
time, nothing remained of the business
portion of l'rosperity but the, store of
Boozer & Co., which fortunately was not
connected with the main block. It is
thought that if the fire had occurred two
hours later every building within reach of
the fl.tmcs and falling embers would have
The loss is estimated at about $40,000,
but we are satisfied when every particular
is brought to light, that this amount will he
found below the actual loss. The whole
insurance is only about 5,000.
Our correspoadent gives the n.uines of
the sufferers in Iris letter which will be
found elsewhere, and we will therefore not
Messrs. Wise, Whites & Co. are the
heaviest losers, and not even their books of
account, insurance policy or cash, were
Messrs. Bowers, Wheeler & Co., J. M.
Kibler, Frank Bobb, Heller & Shiecly>
Luther & Dominick, and Dr. Simpson, saved
portions of their stock.
Four of the buildings were used in the
upper por'.ions as dwellings, and were oc.
cupled respectively by Mrs. Stone and
daughter, T. T. Beacham, Jesse leachan,
and J. M. Kibler, who lost the entire
This is one of the most distressing con
flagrations which has ever been experienced
in this State, for tLe entire business por
tion of a flourishing town is swept away,
and in a few moments a whole community
brought to realize the dreadful effects of
the fire-fiend. It is a calamity which calls
for the largest sympathy, a sympathy too,
not only of words and kindly condolence,
but one which appea's to the generosity of
our people, who, we feel assured, will to
the best of their ability conme to the relief
of the inhabitants of Prosperity in a sub
stantial mauner. We can scarcely realize
that the active business scene we witnessed
only two weeks ago, is now all blotted out,
and that nothing remains of the whole but
a heap of smouldering ashes.
How the fire om'urred is nota i.-unw -
There had been no fire about the premises
of WVise, Whites & Co., and the Masons had
left their hall several hours before. There
is a rumor on the street that a threat was
made some time ago to burn the place, but
beyond this nothing is known.
ABOUT THE TOWN AND COUNTY.
The weather continues vcry warm.
Tine inhabitants perspire freely.
Unfortunately they don't bleed easily.
In other words, they don't part with their
According to the old adage that a fool and
his money are soon parted-it is inferred
that New berry is made up of wise peo.ple.
The only other conclusion to arrive at is
that they have none-to part with.
The result in either ease is melancholy
In the meantime many persons suffer for
some of the needful.
To make it worse chickens, still at the
breast, are held at fearful prices.
The heat, scareity of money, and high price
of chickens, are driving severagamilies away
to the mountains.
There will be more consequences before
In the midst of the many troubles, there is
one consolation--there arc no musquitoes.
Besides this, MarsLhl keeps down the
blood heat by large supplies of. delicious ice
And Dr. Bruce with his medicated Electri
cal IDaths is able to subdue any tendency to
We havc many blessings.
Vegetables are cheap and plentiful.
I scream, you scream, everybody screams,
at 25 ets. a saucer-this is the daily pro
gramnme at L. R. Marshall's.
Lovelace & Wheeler keep a splendid article
of parched coffee-which saves the good
house-wife time, labor and prodigious heat.
Try it once and you'll never parch any more.
That is until you go to the other country
where the woodbine cannot twine. In the
meantime use L. & W.'s A 1 parch.
Messrs. Moorman & May bin have some of
the finest Fulton MXarket Beef ever brought to
this market. The two hungry- men who in
quired of us if any could be had will take
That popular Grocery merchant, T. F.
Harmon, will be in more convenient distance
in a few days, when he removes to Dr. Fant's
old stand. If this is not a blessing, then we
add, that the fascinating Gen. H. will be with
him in the mnove,and be prepared as usual to
move the hearts of the people.
The young men's prayer meeting which
has been assenibling one night of each week
for some months, at the house of Mr. Rt. C.
Chapman. have changed the order by meet
ing at the houses of other members of the
The battalion of sewing machine agenth
has an addition in the person of an agen1
from Augusta-Mr. Williams.
It is strange that with the multiplicity of
sewing machines-and by this time evecry
lady in the land m have at least two of
thm-thicre seems to no cessation of the
everlasting stitch, stitch ,stitch. D)o we weam
more clothes now than formerly ?
Uncle Julius has determined not to com
mence his range of brick stores this summem
-the elements have been adverse to the
project. Th ree or four times has his bricli
yard been washed away. His Christiar
partner is not daunted however, he continuet
to ti-v and make brick in spite of adversities
We announce with much pain that Capt
Webb is still in a condition of purostration
Iand contrary to the hope expressed las
week, he illh not be able to resume hi:
active business habits for some time. Thi:
ecu.ialy ty'ng to him, as for a nerini
of twenty years he has enjoyed unitcrruitd
good lcalth. L be.irs his confineeuctit atd
pains with christian fortitude :1,1ud palience.
The editor's pains have left him cuce m11ore
and his unfortunate liver is partly in working
order, he is therefore at his old tricks again
Cotton is blooming, and in proof, beside;
the blooms already noticed, a respi ctable and
intelligent old colored cottonist, farmin-, on
Mr. Frank Moon's place, named Lott Green,
has brought in a lew specimens, from his
twenty;five acre field, which lie says is in
beautiful condition and full of blooms. Lott
says he has been ahead with his crop all the
time, and has beaten King Green badly. He C
A n:ce showe r of rain fell in this section
on Saturday night. Another of the same
sort would be refreshing.
Boys should not play back-gammon on the
side-walks, for by so doing they interrupt
free passage on the side-walks. By the way
neither boys or men should obstruct the
Monday was the dullest sa!e-day of the
present year. Most farmers are at home en
tertainitig themselves with a grass light.
The crops are :.id to be ljoking well.
Major John P. Kinard has ripe peaches on
In case we have omitted to mention that
Marshall makes ice cream daily-we do so a
P:TEnSON's LADIES' MAGAZIXE is re
ceived for August, and we cannot help say
ing that it is a fir:t-rate number. It is one
of thi- best hldies' Monthlies we receive, and
the cheapest, a. it is .nlv 52 per ye:ar. For 1
sub-cription, address, C. J. Peterson, 306 o
Chietmut St., Phil2delphia.
NEWBERRY, S. C , July 8.-Cotton 17.
LIVERPOOL, .uly 7.-Co ion dull but xu
changej-uplands 81; Orleans 9,.
NEW YoRK, July 7.-Cotton dull and
nominally unchanged-middling 21. r
AUGUSTA, July 7.-Cotton quiet and S
steady-middling 18. %
CHARLESTON, July 7 -Cotton steady
middling 18a19; low middling 18ta18; good
Tribute of Respect.
PROSPERITY, So. CA., July 5th, 1873.
'is the hour of grief-Prosperity Lodge, a
No. 115, mourns
For it has pleased the Supreme Architect
to remove Bro. Jesse Schumpert from his tj
labors with Prosperity Lodge, where we shall 1
see his welcome face, or hear his happy li
greeting, no more, until we too shall be re
moved from the terrestial to the Celestial
Lodge. He was a good Mason, an indus
trious citizen, a warm friend, and an honest
Itesolved, Tha: a page in our minute book a
be inscribed to his memory.
Resolved, Tha: we wear the usual badge qf p
mourning thirty days. V.y
Resolved, that this preamble and resolu
tions be published in the Newberry papers.
Resolved, That a copy of these proceedings -
be forwarded the family of the deceazed.
L. B. MAFFETT,
U. B. W HI ES, Committee.
T. T. BEACHAII,
"Blesscd are the dead who die in the Lord,
for they rest frotm their labors." 1
WILtAM BOUENIGHIT departed this lif~ .i
Otn the 30th of June, aifter a long and protract
ed sickness, at his plantation on the Saluda
River, Edgefield County, in the GO:h year of
H[e passed through trials, sorrows and af
flictions of no ordinary nature, hut havingd
chosen that better path that leadeth to eter-'
nal life, and become at an early period of his
life a c.onsistentLandsincere jtnemb)er of the
retiodist unuiIren, Lie wsenaoR'a to meer -
all of them with patience, resignation, anO
a firm unwavering trust in his beloved Lord
and Master, anld thus discharge faithfully
and truthfully all the duties of life, as a'a af
fectionate and devoted husband, father and
brother, a kind and obliging neighbor, a
friend and benefactor to the poor.
Of humb!e spirit, though of taste refined,
His feelings tetnder, though his will resigned,i
Called by affliction, every grace to prove,1
In patience perfcct, and complete in love,
O'er death victorious, through his Saviour's
an ip ht,
ie reigns triumphant with the saints in light.
Charleston, S. C., July 7, 1873.
DIED, on Saturday, the 28th ultimo, in
the 38th year of his age, Dr. DANIEL C.
GLENN, after a long and lingering illness,
caused from epilepsy. For the last six
months his mind was entirely destroyed.
In the spring of 1850, Dr. Glenn com
menced the practice of medicine ill the town
of Newberry, and did a successful business
until the breaking Out of the war, when he
entered the Cotnfederate army and remained
with it until the surrender of Gen. Joseph E. -
Johnston, in North Carolina, when he re- -
turned home to resume his practice again,
but a few short months after, his health
gave way and from that time until he died
he never saw a well day. He leaves a wife
and two children with a large family connec
tion to mourn his death.
The Career of a Great Remedy.
T wenty summers have elapsed since it was
briefly announced that a new vegetable
tonic and alterative, bearing the name ofI
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, had been added
to the list of preventive and restorative medi
cines. The modest advertisement which in
vited attention to the preparation stated that
it had been used with great success in private
practice as a cure for dyspepsia, bilious com
plaints, constipation and intermittent fever.
It was soon discovered that the article pos
sessed extraordinary properties. The people,
of every elass, tested its merits as a tonic,
stitulant, corrective and restorative, and
found that its effects more than fulfilled their
hopes and expectations. From that time to1
the present its course has been upward and
onward, and it stands to-day at the head of
all medicines of its class, American or im
ported, in the magnitude of its sales and its
reputation as a safe, agreeable and potent
invigorant and restorative. For languor and
debility, lack of appetite and gastric disturb
ances so common during the summer months.
it is absolutely infallible. Indigestion, bilious
disorders, conti ipat ion, nervousness, period
ical fevers, and all the ordinary complaints
generated by a vitiated and humid atmos
phere, vanish under its renovating and regu
ating influence. This is its record, avouched
by volumes of intelligent testimony, extend
ingr over a period otf a fifth of a century, and
conprehending the names of thousands of
well kntown citizens belonging to every class
and calling. In Europe it is thought a great
thing to obtain the patronage of royalty for a
"patent medicine," but Hostetter's Bitters
has been spotitaneously approved by millions
of itndependent sovereigns, and its patent
consists in their endorsement.
July 2, 28-1m.
List of Goods always on hand at P. P.
ToIe's Builders' Emporium, Charleston, S.
C. Doors. Sashes, Blinds, Mouldings Brack
ets. Stair Railings, Newels, Posts and Stair
aluters, of his own manufacture, and satis
faction guaranteed. And the following di
ect fromu the imanufacturers: Windowv Glass,
Builders' Ilardware, Marble aud State Mati
telpieces, l)rain Pipe, Etnc-austic Floor Tile,
Wire Guards for Store Fronts, and all arti
les needed in completing a first class house.
Price list sent free on application.
July 2, 20-1m. I
The attention of our readers is called to,
the advertisement of Messrs. L. H. Hall
Co., of Charleston, S C. This firm has been
long and favorably known to the building
community of that city, and are now pre
pared to furnished from their Builders'
Emporium, articles in daily demand, such
as D)oors, Sashes, Blinds, Hardware, White
IPine, Fancy Lumber, Flooring, Boards, &c.
Tey are also Agents for Asbestos Roofing,.
Felt and Lining-an excellent substitute for
Shingles, Tin and Lath. We say to all in
woeanything in their line, send for their
'hiation Supplies, Dry Good.
Keep constantly on h
oft., Meal, Baggin
ae, Molnsse, Ties,
ar, Slgar, Salt,
lo0 Corn, Tobace
U., Pink Eve I
Ao a ehoice article of N. 0. Molasses, in bl
oe A No. I article Goshen Bitter, and Bue
Ceus a eil
N E. WEBB. TI1OS. Mf. LAI
.9, 4 -tEf.
fUtemplating a change in our business
a earl day, we have determined to ielli
Ads in the fiuture
0' SHORT PROFITS
' our experience we are satislied that it
ilbe to our interest as well as the
:terest of Those With
Whom We Deal,
) online obr;lve. strictly to the CASH
;TEM, ind SELL FOR SHORT PROFITS.
0hope our filend-, and the public gene
l, willgive us a trial under -this new
"m upon which we sow enter, and we
il endeavor to make it to their intereSt to
iv us their patronage.
WE WILL KEEP
pod stock of
liavy and Family Groceries,
a a GONSTANT SUPPLY of the
lie examination of which we invite all
eons wishing to purchase goods in our
u. before they make tieir purclia-es.
I MOO1111AN & C0
ill persons indebted to us by note or
.11t, are most earnestly requested to
aie payment at once. All our claims are
at due and we must have them settled.
(i mean what we say.
R. MOORlM N & CO.
Jar. 10, 1873-10-t.
ayes & Mart,
ire receiving their FALL SUPPLY of
C U T LERY,
Va[oi ald Bul@ Mal8iia1
SADDLERY and WHIPS,
)MBER WOOD PuIPS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Ot. 2, 40-tf.
AGGING, TIES, &c.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
. H. O'Neill, Agt.
Corner Catldwell and Friend Sts.
Opposite Mr. P. Scott, Merchant Tailor,
as just received and opening a general as
Cholce Family 6locelles
VICHI WILL BE SOLD
ow for Cash, or coun
Phe public generally are invited
o call and examnine my stock be
'ore purchasing elsewhere.
h Highest Price Paid for
Sept 25 39tf
I VERNON, KARN'S BEST
And 0. K. FLOURS.
N. 0. Molasses,
Corni, Bacon, &c.,
And many other articles re
ceived daily of Best Qual
ities, and Cheap for
THE PEOPLE'S STORE,
Ill0O. F. IIA RMON.
May 21, 20-urm.
We are just in receipt of 35 BOXES of
[OBACCO of various, grades and prices at
yholesale or r.enail.
Lu\ELACE & WlIIEELER.
May 28, 91-tf.
BE & CO.,'
Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c., s
nd a good line of
0, Wooden and Willow Ware,
otatoes, - &C
Is., 1 bhl., 5 and 10 gallon kegs, also a
kwheat Flour in abumnance.
cF. If. O'N. IIARRINGTON.
0IU0110jlf GOD .C
HAVING increased4 Manufactory we
are prepared to supply the demand for our
well known COT rON GINS, which are con
sidered the best in the market by those who
have used and knowWhem. EVERY GIN
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Price lower than ny other first-class Gin.
rders solicited early in the season to prevent
By permiszion we refer to the following
Col. 1). Wyatt Aiken, and Maj. J. K.
Gov. M. L. Bonham, Edgefield; Mnj. A.
J14)ne., Pine HIoube; Maj. Josiah Padgett,
Mr. L. lartley, Batesvilie.
Capt. J. G. Hawthorn, Saluda Old rown.
Gen. M. C. Butler, Columbia.
Messrs. WEBB. .IUNES & PARKER, are
our authorized A.ents for Nev.berry, at
whose store a sample Gin can he seen.
NEBLETT & GOODICI,
June 4, 2-2-4m. Augusta, Ga.
T H E
"MORRIS COTTON GIN."
Still Ahead of all Others.
THESE COT"10N GINS have been TRIED
in Newberry and surrounding countlry, and
have ROVEN to he the
BEST,SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
COTTON GIN ever offered in this country.
I have been manurlaeturinlg Cotton Gins
fo sty rear a oui1i Cdroiim, and the GinI
now nmake is the BEST I have ever made.
All work WVARRANTED to give full satisfac
tion or NO PAY.
Price $3.50 per Saiv.
Cotton Gin Factory,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
May 28, 21-3m.
Planters should examine the above
uamed old and re:li'able Gin hefore buying
any other. It coombines the requmred quali
ties of Simplicity, Strength and Dura
bilIty, It gins fast and clean, makes
excellent lInt (often bringing 1-4c. to
1-2c. per lb. above market,) aind is univer
sally admitted to he the lIghtest running
gin'made. We have had thirty years' ex
p)erience in the business, aiid warrant every
gin perfect. Gins constantly in the hands
of our agenits, to which we iiivite inspection.
Circulars, with testimoinlals and full
particulars, may be had by addressing,
ISRAEL F. BROWN, President,
Brown Cotton Gin Co.,
New London, Con
WEBBl, JONES & PARKER, Ageuts.
ci~WILL BUY A GOOD PUMP.
~1~J F. MOON.
June 18, 24-tf.
DECOR ATIVE P AINTER.
PAPER HANGING and KALSOMINING.
Having provided himself with all the la
test iniproved ladders and other tools and
implements of bia trade, is now prepared to
perform all work in his line of business
with neatness, durability and dispatch.
COUNTRY ,TOBS WILL "' ATTENDED.
By the arrangements which ne has com
pleted he will be able to do the several
branches of his trade at the LGWEST POS
-Terms C.ash on the completion of work.
If you want me and don't see me, inquire
at H.' H. Ulease's Tin and Stove Store.
Apr. 16, I5-3m2.
1A WILL BUY A GOOD PUMP.
8 F. MOON.
Electro Chemical Baths.
Tleundersigned hams fitted up an Olie
witi all the necessary appliances for giving
The Electro Chemical Baths,
the virtues of which have been long recog
niz'ed by our profession as being the only
iretual means of
Removing Mercury from the System,
Also as being the speediest means of
CURING CH RONIC RHEUMATISM,
and kin.dred diseases. Removing entirely
fron die system those constitutional dis
cases so difeiult of cure, and which, in fact,
are only pailia ted by the ordinary remedies.
The courtesies of the office are extended
to all Practicing Physicians needing treat
ment J. D. BRUCE, M. D.,
May 28, 21-tc New berry, S. C.
50 Co,rds of TAN PARK, for which
I 8.00J per Cord willI be paid on delivery at
W EBB, JONES & PARKER'S
Anr. 9,1.A-tf Tannery.
a ) us1 is. IEL ( 1 )
Have now i r ir SPRiNG t
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vur :,N and w will fill 1.
4.1 . O x
R. & N. C. SWAiIELD,
COLUMBIA, S. G.
Mar. 19, 11-tf.
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May. 21, 20-tf.
Drugs .# fancy .lrticles.
DR. S. F. FANT,
DRIGGIST IND LIllEIIST.
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C.
All the most approved PATENT MEDI
CINES constantly on hand.
PERFUMERIES, SOAPS and TOILET
ARTICLES, of the choicest character.
MEDICINA L LIQUORS, of purest quali
Puescripuons compounded carefully, at
all hours, day and night.
A sure and permanent Cure for all diseases
caused by a deranged Liver, such as ,Taun
dice, Dyspepsia, Heartburn. Fevers,
Nervousness, Imparity of the Blood,
Melancholy, Costivenesa, Sick
Headache,Pain1sin the Head,
and all kindred diseases.
EVERY F.AMILY SHOULD HAVE IT.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Preparea only by
WILSON & BLACK,
Mar. 12, 10-Om. CHAR LOTT E, 'Y. C.
IThe LATEST and BEST
HOE for COTTON
Capital for gardens also.
To form an idea of Its great adaptability and
wonderful merits, come and examine. An
invoice just received by
Jan 8 1 MAYES & MA RTIN.
~1 Will Buy a Good Puwp.
~J3J F. MOON.
J.... 1, 24-tf.
Py Goods, Grorerie, e.
.. z u
T1'we~ in.lbad )to :s re a L -
1e:-'ted to vo:ne for-ward andl S'.t:!v th"
:me. For tit. %I,t ' &:. be "t.1:l a.
e store of Mr. Tios. Cook.
A. SINGLE'ON & co.
I. siNGUTO, (
n. .. SINGLUrON. i
'ewberry, S. C., . f
It wil& be Seez. by t a!Ove C.rd, that I
Lve purc!a-zed th - :oek and good
i!l of the MEi: S i-:TON, n::d it is
y purpose :o e such a tock anti to
ii a: uch: pris :s i'!!o.; the greatest
tif.iction. Mv ->to bhall be uick sales
id short profiti, a::d ielquent renewals of
My stock Co1si4ts at present of
ree, Flour, Syrups, &c.
)ry VGoods, Clothing,
ISt/7, HOES, &C.
I w%ill seil SIoes at a Burgain-such as
de/SCWe11 Shoes: at from .1.25 to $2;
e1gedat .o $o2;2
A of pn rsrect: , . -
May 2", 21
And so. :so, is tle
New and Elegant Stock
)g I & It,S tIIIK
And1 the lades an I pui',c ge:erally, are
Ivtd :o e ::dne oi:. fin and large as
fress Good, Caico's,
EImhroidzrie , Laces,
Sheectings, Pillow Casings,
tnd many othr goods, too numerous to
Ilentiol, and at .f which we beg the pb
ic to examine.
Our motto is
UICK SALES AD SHORT
LV : P , It I(U
for Ladies and Gents, and
A Fl LINE OF
CALL AND BE
To Merchants at Man
The Highest Market Price
Paid for Cotton or other
DO YOU WANT
Excellent ini Quality?
IF 50, GO T10
MRS. D. MOWER,
Where can bie found Flour, Bacon ,Mohas
ses, Sugar, Coffe~e, Corn,
And Many Other Articles
At the Lowest Market
On the corner, and under theC UrAr.n
Oflice is the place
For Cheap Goods,
And the Best Attenfton.
Apr. 23, 16-tf.
W. T. TARRIANT,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots., Shocs, fiTis,
Caps, Crockery, Saddlery, HIarnest, Truntks,
Leather, etc. Apr. 9, 1 4-tf.
FIIENHS NEW 110TEL,
C0E. C0ETIAND & NEW CEUECH STS
ON T HE EUROPEAN PLAN.
RICHARD P. FREN~CH,
Son of the late Cor.. RICHann~v~ FRENCHf,
of French's Hotel, has tien this Ilotel,
newly fitted up- and entirely renovated Ibe
same. Centrally located i:: the BUSINESS
PART of the Gitv.
Ladies' & Gentlema Lining Eooms attached>
Jnne 25, 25sm.