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per speaks fvo itself, and you may know the
value of "Peters' MusiCil Monthly," from
the fact that every yearly subscriber gets
about .,ixty songs, Duets, and Choru!es, and
from fifty to six:y Piano pieces, worilt at
least $10. -ti.
TiiE TRONGEST, PUREST AND BEST IN
THE NVORLD.--Ask your Drugit and
Grocer for the famou- RVsSIAN MCSTA:D.
No o;her Mu;t-ird in !he world combines the
flavor of horse-radish with that of mustard.
If you caunot buy it here. by inclo.ing >0
c.nts to W. IiE.M.N T. FRzUEAUFF, the sole
Agent for America, at Colunihia, Pa., you
recive 1 specine:1 car, postpaid. Whole
sale and retail dealers, please -end for latest
pr ic-!,ist5 and posters. Ouei million pounds
are sold atimu.illy. 26-3t.
Mta.xrlNGs.-Ne'wberry Divisiou. No-, A S- of
T.. nleets every Tesday iight at S o'clock, in
Kosciu-ko Lodge. No. 32, 1 0. (;. T.. inects in
the vme Hall. every Thurday eveuing. at 8
Fulaski Lodge. No. 21, 1. 0. 0. F.. inects iu
the same Ifill. every Friday eveniig -it S o*eluc!:.
IimitV Lodge. No. S7, A. F. 31.. meets fiMst
Moadv~ in the month. at 8 o'clock.
Signet Chapter, No. 1S, it A. 31., meets every
second Motiday at A o'clock.
Towx CocselL.--J. 1'. -l'ol. Intendant. P.
Iudelsperger. J. Gaunt, A. M. Bowers and 0.
.JUDGE ICOB A TE.-J. C. RIIy.
$eclOoL (OMIsm'tOi.:.-M- s- ltoud
CoUcNTY CNOxts2tosNEcs -Denni Moates, T.
Reitt. A. Rice.
TiAi. JusTits.-C. C. Chase, U. t. .Jacoby!
SLMosT.-SoMe weeks ago a piece of gold,
valued at 5, was found ou Mr. Werber's
place On Sunday last, somne of his hands
pro$pecting with liope, discovered hopeful
sigis la a piece of rock vhich they had
blaQted, but bla.st the thing, it proved to be
't'HE WHEAT coP.-Fron a conversation
with a gentlenan engaged in threshing, and
who has travelled over a considerable por
tiUll or the county, we learn that the yield
of wheat is turning'out muh better than
was expected. Ile maentiois one instauce in
which over two hundred bushels were pro
duced from ten acres.
"ZULa." will accept our thanks for his
intercst'mtin-communicatbon,wh ich junst ieach
ed here in time to be too late for this issue.
Next %%eek it shall have a prominent place
in the picture. We thank him also for kind
mnentiont of th II ERALD, as well as for the
proItoise to give as other letters. Judging
by, the one just rcceived, our' readers will be
TUAmK.-Messrs. Speake Bros. at Ki.
nard's, in the tmost ta'talizing manner, in
v'ite us to attend a coRastxDIZING CON
T EST, on Sa:urday next. Did these gentle
men know the dlifficutlty wa already have to
experi-uee in our daily limited feasts, they
would have hesitated before extending an
invitation, which might have proved dis
astrous5. We will make an erTort to attend,
buat as a spectator'.
Do you want to be made gl'ad ? Come to
the store of Lovclac.e & WV heeler', any day
fromi suurise to sunset. If you do not suc
ceed in a trial by day, call at night. it.
War, OH WHy ?-Why is it -that people
will talk in Church, before and during ser
vict!? ft is certainly evidence of low breed
ing, and is as eoutemnptible as it is vicious.
And yet, we frequ.ently see persons, male and
female, who make pretensions to respecta
bjility, acting in this way. If they only knew
how despicable they render themselves to all
whose good -opinion is wot'th having, they
would certainly desist fromi such disreputable
conduct. But what is the use to refer to this
eaatter?. Will any reflect? Will any reform?
leerhapxs if those in authority would apply
the law made and provided, which by-the-by
is very severe, it would do more towards
abatin:g this nuisance than all the ink we
have already wasted, or tmay he called upon
hereafter to waste in penning such notes as
1NHEALTYtFiday night last Gen.
torn got the better of some of his ardent ad
rnrers-and the consequence was a falling
out, hatrd words, a few scratches, and a num
tier of people aroused from their slumbers.
On Sunday a friend of the same distinguish
ed individual-We have Charlie as authority
--expressed a.strong desire to shoot a promi
nent citizen, from whose band too his daily
supplies of bread and butter ca me. Uuit these
were nothing, on Mondaiy matters grew
alarmingly worse, thle General's influence
w'as more extended. 'There were no less than
f'our pitehed battles, but in the language of
the immortal sage "nobody was hutt." We
refrain from giving the names ot' the parties
who engaged in the various sports alluded to,
as they are all fightists, and in our weak con
difion we deem it unwise to get into diffical
ty. At-ter our return from the mounttinfs,
however, should any of Gen. ('orn's follow
er' cut up any shint-digs, they maty look out
for what was promised us once upon a time
" the contsequencees." As we go to press all
-fo Wuost tT M.AY CONcERN.-Are yon
Do you feed the lit:le birds ?
Do you kiss your wife before you leave in
the morning, and when you return home at
Do you sleep in a garment at night that
you wear in the day-time ?
Do you fail to make good the promises you
rnake to the cildren ?
- o you speak of your father as "the old
snau." or your mother or wife as "the old
stomau?" Be ashamed of it if you do. and
Do you taik abjo:t yoer neighbors, and
thus teach your chllidren to do lise? It
is a sure sign ot' low breedirg if you do, and
a ve:-y dirty habit to fail into.
Do you scold ? If you do, and are a man,
-go hide yourself; you are a disgrace to the
hiouselai.'d of which you at'e supposed to be
htead. If you are a wife and mother, quli
the country, a'-d go to Salt Lake. You art
piast sa ving here; dr'ownlng in sa!t may do it
*'Doyvousubcrib>e foryourCounltypaper? Dc
y'ou pay for it ? Do you grtzmbie when yot
pasy for it? II' you can answer the above tc
the satisfaction of the pzinter, tile preceding
questions amount to naught. If not you wil
The pIlacc to get Pry Goiols, I lothing.
o , ill va ityf :Val.] a! dtfll time
i :e I ,e imeac' & Wh!e *:' . It.
CAlLED M r.sG -A e tile! meting of
tic outh Carolita Synod- of the -Litheian
Citrch will be held on Wedne!d.ty the 23rd
inst., in Luther Capel, at 10 o'clock. The
ob)ject of this meeting, we 'under-tand. is i'i
the interest o' the Lutherall College, and for
the pu-poze of once wuore locating it in this
town.-ald from wheuce it Ahould never
h:tve been removed. Efforts in this diree:ion
have been on foo: for bone time, and we are
glad that thle friends of tihe College, who
have been thu' lookin! af:er its interests,
will now have the mtwter brotht to a test.
The present location is too far removed, and
the College, although in a prosperous con
dition under the circunstances, is not doing
the work it might do were it more advan
tageouslY sinia:ed. We arc satizfied that
what Newberry would have donic Lefoie the
removal, had the advantages on both ides
been properly considered, will be done now,
if it be decided that we shall once more have
tfie College here, and that it can be, we also
believe, if our citizens give the aid which is
needed. an aid too, which -will like bread
cast upon tie waters, return to them &gain.
It is pretty certain that two hundred students
wou!d be obtained, and estinating that two
thirds of these would be fron abroad, and
each spenad 200, i-tere would be thrown
into business cicilation $15,000 each year.
It is plainly to be zeei, therefore, that it is to
the interest (;I business mnl. that this chamge
I be affected, and we earnrestyiv I( pe that the
effort being mtade by the Church will be
seconded by the busine!s comrnitinity.
Already, we are pleased to say, have gen
tlemen signified their wii!ingre(-s to con
tribute to thi; end. Tie buildings as they
stand can he bought cheaply, and about
.5,00 or $7,000 will put them in repair.
Our earnest wishes go out for a conizurmma
tion so de.irable.
Almost anything you want in merchandise,
and at prices to suit depleted pockets, can
be found at Lovelace & Wheeler's. It.
ABOUT THE ToWN Axi) COUNTY.
Cool nights iunfavorable to cotton.
Tableaux and p:irties are the order of the
day-:hL'y come off fn ights.
Severa muisical ladies propose giving a
One subscriber paid his bubcription last
A couple more have promised to do so
at a future day.
Mr. John A. Chapman's Cotton Gin Fe'
tory i- now under fill beaihway.
The African mocking bi:d has selected
another roost. We feel :mueh relieved.
Capt. W. 11. Web!p, it is a pleasure to say,
is so far recovered, ai to be abie to walk to
his store. lle attrilutes his rapid recovery
to the use of Dr. Bruce's Electro Chemical
There i. no doubt but that a use of these
baths will prove beneficial. In proof of
which a large number of persons are taking
advantage of them.
Many young misses oi our town are getting
quite demaralized. Cause-tihe gallant and
unremitting attentions of the boys. The
fanciest neck-ties are worn by the boys, and
the biggest wigglems on the back by the
Mr. .John Smith has disposed of his itn
terest itn thre bakery to W. 11. Walker & Co.
Hie is of the opinion that is vain to try to
"make o:re's bread by baking bread for
others, and particularly when 'tis sold otn
tick to little children's mothers."
"'Twere vain to tell thee all I feel," said a
youth to a tender maiden, tihe other night.
IIe was noticed to limp-perhaps frotm a
With thre exception of bowel affections,
the hecalLh of Newberry is good.
A freight engine exploded near Pomiariar,
on Wednesday last. Thos. lBookman, en
ginieer, was scalded.
Matt. Gray says Ihe is going to let tangle
leg whiskey alone, and turn iris attention to
making and laying brik. He will not carry
samples of brick in his hat to pleaso any
The Sonts of Temperance, together with
the Good Temnplars, have rented Messrs.
Mayes & Martin's Hall, and will -therefore
have it exclusivel; '.nder thcir charge.
It is said that in Pickens County cbrckens
are worth ten cents each, butter fifteen cents
per pound, Irish potatoes tifiy cents per
bshel, beef and matton eight to ten cents,
ducks twenty to twenty-five cents each, and
vegetables can be had for~ the asking.
A good county for pickings, and we ad~vise
any of our citizens who wish to pick.up to
Attention is called to the notice made by
Dr. .1. D. Bruce in another column. We are
pleased to sray that the baths are not only
beconinrg popular, but arc proving very
On Wednesday nighrt last, a utinmber of
little misses and boys gave a series of Tab
leaux at the Town Hall. Thre attendance
was respectable in number, and tire behavior
in the maIn, what it should have been, but
unfortunately there were these who deported
themselves in any other than a decent rmaa
ner. It is a pity that some means cannot be
devsed to enforce good manners.
The young ladies of Capt. Pifer's School,
had a pleasant re-uuiou on Thursday night,
in the Academy building, with their young
lady friends In and around the~ town of New
berry, the occasion being their emian1ipaticas
from school restraint for the summer. of
course, all the gushing youths of the town
were there, and in consequence the hours
Some folks take particutlar delight in hunt
ing up diffaculties for their friends; threy are
the last, however, to face the mtusia.
Attention is called to tire advertisement
of Messrs. Sliver & Co. Tire information
imp arted wi ll ibe found irnterestinrg.
Mr. L. R,. Marshall makes pleasant an
nouncemntt this weak, Do you knuow that
he furnishes ice cream every day ?
We learn that Mr. Burt Maybin, from one
are, miade 60 dozen of oats and five large
w.gon loids of clover hray. Does this not
beat cotton ?
The Silver Cornet a.efpaded 411 thre good
looking people on Friday night. Several
favorite air's were rendered in front of tire
editor's town residence, but whetber initeud
ed for hImself and f.rily, or the household
opposite, is trot known.
Mr. Thos. F. Harmon, together with his
accomplished assistants, Messrs. Goree,
Hunt, IIarp and Master Johnny, are now in
pleasant occupation of the lairge and elegant
Istore room, (formerly Fant's Drug Store) rand
vi.er; they will be happy to minister to the
yarious Nan?s ,t thre comupIt'4ity in choice
groceries, plantation sigppig., g.. pall and
sethese gentlemen, and noti,ce got cjnly hot:
comfortably rirey ar'e fixed, btut how many
articles of prime tnecessity they hav e in,~ store.
T'he new bakery of Messrs. W. H. Walker
& Co.-bothr acconmplish.d, practical bread
aA cake b>aker,-wvill be opened in a few
#s.ys. Tlhey aire hard at work now cleaning
Iup and preparing for le mas. T!hes: young
men m:-an bu'itness, and we <an cornrenriy
recoanee 1 tueiu to tire c'on~ deration of our
cItizens, -.s s:uic ly nli .b:e and competent.
We beseak for them a ~en rous patronagre.
FOR 'fi;r HER:ALU.
W ; t4 ) 1.1; ctli tol votiyur paplcr, and
beinig favormbly i 'pre: sed with its general
tone, and the mak l ii.trL you aUifst
in ile od-it.11ionlal !re of our country,
and lro-t epeciaily of the voith of Sew
berry, I have thought, that perhaps a few
items in re"erence to tie recent commence
ment of the! Furmllan University might be
Farman i'niversity is located in the
beautif,l "city of the mountains," which t
cannot h surpassed for health, refinement I
of her citizeuis, and general moral in- 0
fluence. Dm-ing the last session 162 stu
dents were enrolled in the Collegiate and v
Preparatory dipartments; and of that num
ber not a single one drank, and very fev
ever used profane language. The Uti
versitv is conducted on the electic system.
The student is allowed to pursue whatever o
course of study he chooses. The standard s
for graduation is very high, perlwps higher
than gny inistitution in the Stste. The
examinations are very rgid.
The students tht receive honors may a
well be proud of their distinction, for no
hoinor is conlferred, unless the student has i
undergot.e the most searching test, as to
his proficiency in his branch of study. It
is no uncotmoli thing for young aien of
considerable nerit to .iil; thollgh any
young man wid. fair eaiacity canl pass theit
ex:in:Iations, if he applits hiisell very
closely all through the session.
Gen. D. 11. 11111, of N. G., delivered the C
commniencemetit address. It n as very prac
tical ; and clearly evinced tie G:neral's t
wonderful pover as a writer and forcible
thinker. Ilis advice to young nen and c
ladies was very salutary. Though his ad
dress was sonewhat political, still it was
well received by all parties.
The Commencement Exercises proper, '
took place on Thursday, June 19th. Ger
tificates of honor were coid'erred on several
young mlen, aion.g " homr were, Messrs. J1
Ducket, of the Senior Glass. and J. K. P.
Goggans, of the Intermediate, of Newberry
After the conferring of certificates of I
distinction, the following graduates deliver
ed addresses: "Parties and Party Spirit,"
C. McC. Wiliarms ; "John Calhoun," 11. T.
(ook ; "A Right of Law," C. P. Ervin.
Tis was a very lo;ical speech for a young
main in his "teens." He showed very coL
chisively that it was the right of the law to
prevent the sale and manufacture of ardent
spirits, and secondly that it was its duty to
do so. le was fullowed by Mr. Knott, on
the subject, "Means o6 Mental Irnprove
mtient Neglected," and then Mr. E. C. Dar
grain made a splendid and concise address
on the "Political Economy of the Pulpit."
Mr. John Duckett was then introduced,
and dlivered anl eloquent addruss on the
"Character of Oliver Cromwell." The
audience looked for this address vwith a
great deal of interest. Mr. D. had made
several public specbes during the session,
aid had made a veiy happy impression
by his oratorical ability, Hie had deliver
ed the Auiiiversary Oration of 'the Adel
phiiani society, and had been highly coii
plimecnted, both by his eudience anid ther
Greenville press. He by no means dis
appoitited the expectations of the people,
but surprised a great matny who had never
heard hinm on former occasiotis. Newberry
may well be proud of her son. It is said
that he has undergone hard struggles to
educate himself, but lie is reaping a rich
reward for his eltorts, Though he 4id riot
stanid quite as high in his class as some
others, yet lie was re'garded as the most
promising youtng mian in the University, on
account of his talenits aiid indomitable
The University is glased until September,'
when it is expected that at least two adi-1
ditional professors will be added to the
faculty. Board has been reduced to $12.50
per month itn private families. It is to be
hoped thrat z.g f ypung men will
matriculate~ at the opeulng~of thne n.4
sesion. Thre Greenville people will gladly
welcome all that come among them.
P'EeULIRITI'Ss Og T Ep inEeTory.-The
87th volume of the Newr 'ork pityIriXer.tQry,
fom 1873-4, just issued, contains 248,161
names. The increase of larst year over the
preceeding one was 61 pages and 10,000
names; the itncrease this year over the last
is 106 pages and 17,000 names. This shows
a very large increase of population-at least
75,000, if it be assumed that each name repre
sent;; fye persons, wvhichi has been found
to be nearly a bompCt espimate. In glancing
over this volume one ts amnusean at'some 0f
te singular names that appear between its
covers. For instance, there are 15 Frames,
but no pictures. 2 Pickups, 1 Pickles. 1 Ship,
3 Crews. 43 Hale, 3 Hecarty, 5 Sick, 1 To
sicK-, 2 Well, 3 Weller, and 1 'Twogood. Then
there is Noabs an~d 1. Ark. 3 Furs,1I Feather, 26
Shepherds, 13 Floeks and 65L,amnbs,~ itirtas
with 6 $taffs, 1 Carand 6 Drivers,2 Mean aund
2 Lovely, 5 Constables with 1 Clubb, 2 .Jurys
and 6i Foremans, 6 Pastors and 40 Churches.
There may also be found 9 Canarys and 30
Singers. 1 Dollar and 2 Shilling<, 1 Bowels,
15 hlouses, 1 Roof and 3 Leaks, 2 Lawyers.
5 J,enfred an~d g Nott, S0 Parsons, 2 Fast, 2
Slow, I ely, 1 l!att and i.O Joud, 2 IJens,
1 Chick anid 1 Duck-, ii Clock-s'gud li'li'ands,
18 Chrristians, 2 Sinners, andia Devil, 1 Scow
ad 4 Sailors. The Smith famIly are very
well represented, as that favorite name ap
pears over 2,300 times, while that of-Jones is
printed over 600 times. The Me's occupy
100 columns, and the 0's 20 colutuns. The
tameg ofWashington appears 9 times, An
drev Jauckson' y5~ time1s, aohn H~ gsoi and
John Q. Adams each twice. There r,aay' be
found 5 Pitchers and 22 Bowles, 3 Readbeads,
29 Whitcheads, 5 Widows, only 2 Maids;
Kings, Queens, Dukes and Barons are abtun
dant. There are 211 Butlers, with 1 spoon,
3 High, 36 Low, 52 Rich, 10 Poor, 2 Nearoes,
4s Bloos, M3 Pages, 13 Blank, 1 Gentleman,
2 ShoemakerS, ' S#iiers, :5 Ijerrint;a iad 1
Suckers. One of the shortest names is Ey,
and of the longest Schammlaeffel.
A woman in Springfield. 3I1s.
busies herself in making wills at $2
Tribute of~ Respect.
At a regular meetinig of Pomnaria Grange,
No. 27, Patrons of Husbandry, hlcd thuis
day, lith 4ply, 187S1 the fgllowing pream
ble and rer,olutions wer uianiimaisiy adopt
WEERAs, In the inscrntable Providence
of an All-wise God, our brother, JFess
SectuMRaT, has been suddenly called from
time to eternity; therefore, be it
Resp.vce, That in rte death of b,rother
Sem ft a t.g ,Crang~e haz Lst a toni
peiber, the epmmtn a ~u san anu
Se;Rd 'hiat a page in opr Minutp
Book be insc rioed e ses~ ,a
Resolved, That we wear the~ usu d badge
of mourning for thirty days.
Resolved, That this Pr"ambhle and thesec
eslutions be prublishecd in the Newberrv
papers, arid tha4 acegpy O>e tratunrrntLed i>y
the Secretary to the family of the deceased.
N .1Bm it'0Y I toll' 1-1
Lrvsi:Iroot. -iin ly -C'tIon qiet and
Nv YorK. -i 11.- ' 1;:l andl
iomoinz:i I: sales -102 blder -middling .3) .Gold
lull, at 1f>iai16.
lIALTINr,lF, .inlv 1 --totnn dull-mid
AuGrSTA, .ItlIy 1i-.-Cotton quiet-mid
Iing 181. .
Cf.utLEL,rON, July 14.-Cotton quiet
L'he Career of a (reat Remedy
Twenty summers have elapsed since it was
riefly announced that a new vegtable
anic and alterative, bearing the nane of
lostetter's Stomach Bitter., had beetn added
) the list of preventive and restorative medi
ines. The modes- advertisement which in
ited attention to the preparation stated that
: had been used with great success in private
ractice as a cure for dyspepsia, I)ilou. com
laints, constipation and initernittent fever.
t was soon discovered that the article pos
essed extraordin:ary propertie . The peo ple,
f every class, tested i.- merits as a tonie'
titnulant, corr,erive and restorative, and
)u;:d that its effects more than fullilled their!
opes and expectations. From that time to
lie pretentt its course has been upward and
nward, and it stands to-day at the head of
it imtidicines of its class, American or im
virted, in the magnitude of its saleb and its
epitatiun as a sure, agreeable and potent
vigorait and restorative. For languor and
ebility, 1:.ek of appetite and gastric diNtrb
nees ;o common durina the sum mer months.
is absollttely iifillibhe. Inaligestiol, bilious
isorders, coustipaion, Derlvoun,iess, period
al feversund all the ordinary complaints
nerated hv a vitiated and hiumid atimlos
here, vinish under its renovating and regu
ting intlueoce. Thi. is i:s. record, avoucied
y volumes of inelligent te.Ntimoit-, extend
ng over a period ot a tifth or a een::nry, aud
omprehending :he names of tiounsatids of
rell known citizens belonging t every class
nd calling. (u Europe it is thought a great
hing to obtai,. the patronage of royalty I'ur a
'iatent medicine," but ilostetter's Iitters
is ieen :-sonttanleoUsly approved b% tmillinIs
if indpenJent sovereigs, and its patent
onsiste: ia their endorsement.
July 2,- :'6-1m.
List of Goods always on hand at P. P.
'oale's Builders' Emporium, Charle.ton, S.
Doors. Sashes, Blinds, Mould ing, Brack
ts. Stair Railing,,, Newels, Posts aid S:air
alm,ters, of his own manufactiur!, and satis
action guaranteed. And the following di
Oct from the mnanafactmrs: Window Glas-,
luilders' Hardware, Marble aid State Man
epieces, Drain Pipe, Eneau.nic Floor Tile,
,Vre Ghards for Store Fronts, and all arti
lies needed in completing a first class house.
"rice list sent free on application.
July 2, 20-1m.
The attention of our readers is called to
he advertisement of Messrs. . H. Hall &
Jo., of CharlestEo, S C. This tirm has heeu
ong and favorably known to the building
ommunity of that ei.y, and are now pre
>red to furnished from their ltuilderb'
.mpurium, articles in daily demand, ,uch
.s Doors, Sashes, Blind,,, Hardware, Wh'te
ine, Fancy Lumber, Flooring, Boards, &c
hIlev are also Agents for Abcstos lootin.,
celand Lining-an excellent substitute fot
ihingles, Tin and Lath. We say to all itt
ant oftanything in their line, send for their
ircular and Price Li.t.
June 25, 25-1m.
One of tie finest Platitations in Abbeville
'oin1ty, (known as the RichardDavis place)
ontlning 82) acres, 100 acres of which is
xellent bottomt land.' Pleasantly located.
ponm the farm is ani elegzant Brick Matnsioni,
ichs eight rooms. This P'lanitation is sit
zted about foot miles front New Market,
mi thse Greenville R. R. Tiere is a total
.znntmg directly through the place, Lnereby
enderitng it. easy to divide the land itnto
reveral distinict tracts if so desired. We
vold further stae th4 r. v;luasble Gold
tte has be.o- 44oeeon tshe iemnisee,
l'his property e,n be treated for- privately
it anyv timea between this and the first of
)tober ; if not disposed of befor.. the cx
airationi of that time it will be sold at Aue-.
iot, at Abbeville C. H. For further ini
~orations ini regard to thme mtatter, apply to
Auction and Cotmmissiont Merchant,
June 23, 25-tf Columbhia, S. C.
In accordance with the Law, I wtll begina
o Assess the Taxable Real Estate and Pet
onal Property, of Newberry Gouttty, on
he FIUST pg OF JTLY, and continue to
eeice Retrna up ito heWENTISTII
(AY OFI- AUG VST, 187:;, after which tiinse
penalty of Fifty per cent. will attack on
~oth Real aud . Personal Propem ty nsot re
Tax-pavers will be further notified as to
he dtys'I witl ~ie At certain pdoispal poinsts
brougout the County to receive Ret urnis.
should any person fatil to finid thse Assessor
n the countr y, he may, at atny titme between
he 1st of July and 20th of August, make
's Returtn at may Office a- Newberry C. H.
Promptness in tit matter will s.ave lentil
:es. 'j. W. 1l WY/AIlID,
Jun:e 25, 25-ip. douty Auditor.
The subscriber is prepared to furntish and
put in Pumspi, at prices ranging from $10
ad upwards, and which lie will guarantee
to ge t;jifactini. 4 is wfl! krtown that
water raised by a pump corsts~ fromn the
bottom of the well, and, utnlike that drawn
in, buckets is cool, and ansother desideratum
is, that this pump can be worked bsy a five
rear old child, without any danger of fall
ing ;q Ge weil and being drowned. I
furnish dittoarenft kin4s or pum and will
bring theta to*your doors, so get your east.'
in readiness if you want a goodi Pump, anid
the cheapest ever sold its this cotuntry. The
itizens5 of Laurtens, Edge-field, Abbeville,
ptanbusrg, Unioni and other Counties,
will also have an opportunity of beiug sap
plied reiU idy brg
June 18, 24--tf. }'UAN1K MOON.
WILLIAMSTON, S. C.
THE FALL SESSION OPENS JULY 7, 1878
RATE;s FoR 20 wEEKs:
Board, $70.00; Regular Tuition, $10.00
to $25.00; French, 0.00* - ianz, guitar,
or Organ, $20.00O; Latin, dr~eek, and Sing
The~ celebrated CRA.mmAT SrmoTN, 200
yards from the College Building, has been
of very great benefit to pupils in delicate
to.. Catalogue, adur'es,
REV. SAMUEL LANDER, A. M.,
June 4, 22--2m. Presidenat.
VEGETABLES WID FRUITS,
FRESH EVERY DAY.
hotel, hoarding house keepers, andi house
keepers generally, who have been at their
wits end in furnishing their tables, need no
longer fly into fidgets, go off at the jug han
de, or any other un profitable folly. bsecan e
cf tLair itnabbity to tij.d sometptng kt engli
fiingej2c ieeq do' % t tdcall on"~
ysoei,etweenl 4. LI Lo elace an Rtodle
'Soe sperger-i ltoansby,4
Where FimSH CHA1:LFcTON VEGETA
BLS$, together with FIt i f can always he
'EGL.4, TouBACcO of best b>rands, and
CONlCTIONERY also in st,re.
WV I IL,EsALE.
Plantation Supplies, Dry Goo
Keep constantly on1
a Moases, Ties,
Flour, Corn, Tobi
Also a eloice artiole 01 N 0. Molasses, in
choice A No. I :articl GOShen 1- 4r, and B
Give Is a call.
JNO. E. WEBB. T110s. M. 1,
JAn. .9, 4-0*.
Cot,vmnplating a change in our business
tL an early daLy, we havt determine.d to sell
goods in the future
AT SHORT PROFITS
With our ,xperience we are satisfid that it
will be to our 1it st Ias well as e
Interest of Those With
Whom We Deal,
toi conitinO oarselve trictly to thie CASh
SYSTEM, -nd SELL FOR SIORT ITOFlTS.
We hope o:r fr iends, anad th iublie gene
rally, will give tas a trial under this few
systell Upon which we .ow enter, and we
waill endeavor to make it to their interest to
give us their patronage.
WE WILL KEEP
A good tcek of
Heavy aond Family Groceries,
and a CONSTANT SUPPLY of the
to the examination of wlich we ilnvite all
persons wishing to purchase goods in our
line before thoy make their purhases.
n MOO II & U0.
All persons indebted to us by note or
account, are mo.st earnestiy requosted to
make paymniat at onme. All oie clains are
past due anal we must have thnei settled.
We mean what we saV.
R. MOO1MAN & Co.
Mar. 10, 18'i-10-tf.
Are receiving tilir FALL -L~PPjy of
$80 aod ISl[y Matlial
SADDLERY and WHIPS,
W[WMBI1 WiO9 PUMPS,
i2TC,; V?P., ETC.
Oct. 2. 40-tf. .
BAGGING, TIS, &c.,,
J. H. O'Neill, At.
Corner' (Midwell and 1"iend S-ts,
Opposite Mr. P. Scott, Mrhant Tailor,
IIas just received and opening a general as'
WIICII WILL UE SOLD)
Low for CMh Qr coun:
The public generally are invited
to call and examine my stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
The Highest Price Paid for
Sept 25 309t
Dr-y Good~ A 6f-ore>.iex-.
This is Positive !
AT08OS M(ST !!
M.NATHAN & SON,
Are: offering thIacr entire stock of
A'T COSTi OR, QASR
TO MAE ACU ANGE IN THFIR B3SI
Great Bargains in
ne ai gypat variety,
And Prices Unprecedented!
I: you really nteod a bargain ian thae .'Qd
May 215, 21-.
~ ill Briy a Good Pump
IBB & CO.,
ds, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &,,
hand a good line of
ing, Plaintation Hors,
eco, Wooden and Willow Ware,
bhis. , 1bblJ., r, and I gallon keg, also a
nekwheat Flour in ablineance.
AKE. II. O'N. 1A]IZINGTON.
\Ii~lhIT I &GOODRICHl
HAVING increased our Manufactory we
are prepared to supply the demand for our
well known COT ION GINS, which are con
sidered the best in the market by those who
have used and known them. EVEUtY GIN
GUAtANTEED To GIVE SATISFACrION.
Price lower than any other tirbt-class Gin.
Orders solicited early Ia the season to prevent
By permission we refer to the following
Col. D. Wyatt Aiken, and Maj. J. K.
Gov. 1. L. Bonham, Edgefield; Maj. A.
Jones, Pine HIouse; Maj. Josiah Padgett,
Mr. L. Hartley, Batesville.
Ca;pt. J. G..awthorn, Saluda Old town.
Gen. M C. Untler, C(olumbi.
Me5srs. WEBB, JON ES & PAlRKElt, are
our authorized A-ents for N6wherry, at
whose store a sample Gin can be seen.
NEBLET & GOODICII,
June 4, 22-4m. Augusta, Ga.
, 6 E
"MORRIS COTTON GIN."
Still Ahead of all Others.
THESE COTT ON GINS have been TRIED
in Newberry and surrounding coun:ry, and
have PROvEN to he the
BEST, SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
COTTON GIN ever offered in .this ountr~y.
I have beenl rnapgra :irgn Ocatron Gins
for 3e vears'in sooth Carolina, ar 1 the Gin I
now make is the BEST I have ever made.
All work WARRANiTED to give f'ull satisfae
tion or NO PAY.
Price $3.50 per Saw.
Cotton Gin Factory,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
May 28, 21-3m,
Qi~WIL L BUY A GO0% 1NMP,
U OUSE, SIGN
DECOR ATIVE P AINT ER,
PAPER HANGING and KALSOMINING.
Having provided himself with all t,he la
test inaprove4 la4de;-s ,nd other tools and
implenmeuts of his trade, is now prepared to
perform all work In his -line of business
with neatness, durability and dispatch.
COUlNTEY4OBS WILL BE ATTENDBD.
By the arrangements which he hass comr
pleted he will be able to do the several
branches of his trade at ~LteG WEST POS
Terms Cash on the completion of work.
If you want'me and don't see me, inquire
at II.M. Blease's Tin and Store Store..
Apr. 16, 15-3m.
SWILL BUY A GOOD PUMP.
. June 18, 24-tf.
Call and Examine the
Iat nmy olEee brders promptly filled.
WM. F. NANCE,
July 9, 27-tf. Speciad Agent.
The LATEST and B44T.
IiOE for CZOTTON
.Capital for gardens also.
To form an idea of its great adaptability and
wonderfin. maits, comec and e:tamine A
invoc just received vy
Ii,& t. i"WFFELD9,
COLU I-JA, S. C.
.Have now in ,t1orn their SPRING
H A T S,
Our cus1,.,TNv k. t lways
LIaVe speciall styles- Of (;ARIFNTS.
and particularly in H.\TS thit en
not be 1n.1 in snall estalishine.ints.
Sen;d ytour ordcrs and we will fill
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May. 21, 20-tf.
Brg T Fancy .lrticles.
DRe S. F. FANT,
DBRIST INB IJIMI
NEWBERRY 0, I., S. C.
All the trOst approved PATENT MEDI
CINES constantly on hand.
PERFUMERIES, SOAPS and TOILET
A RTICLES, of the choicest character.
MEDIVfINAL LIQUORS, Of purest quali
Preacrlpt:ons compi>unded carefully. at
all hours, day and night.
Mar. 12, "l3-10-if.
A sure and permanent Cure for all diseases
caused by a deranged Liver, such es Jaun
dice, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Fev~ers,
Nervousness, Impurity of the B100d,
Eelanchelv, Costiveness, Sick
seadache,Painsin the Head.
and all kindred diseases.
IEVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAVE IT.
SOLD BY ALA. DRUGGISTS.
?repared Only by
WILSON & BLACK,
Mar. 12, 10-&rm. CHARLOTT E, N. C,
Newberry, S. 0.
Feb. 12, 6- f.
We are ju-t in recept of a5 BOXES 0
TOBACCO t :ilu. gdes anid prices, a
LOVELACE &r WHEELER.
11avill- i !
Id-,.,e t-7'.1r. 1*)
I Piteasure s
m ier customf :-!
Those nin.: d t : -
quesited to eome rorwart!
iane. For Lt pres-it wq,
the store of Mr. 1hos. Cook.
A. SIlNGLE fuN C.
B. J. SINGLETON.
Newberry, S. C , ., .
It. . i;be el. by e above Card, at I
have' p eb.i d . : e ai- tood
will of the M . l: ' T , t i
my puios. to k ep Ci a Nc!vk nnd to
sell at such pr'':s wi al e h :ae
sati-z:lIetil . MY h.:r i :i be uil ales
and short p:-o! its, :. ,- nt r newas of
My stock consi*-. at r-esenit or
fee, Flour, SyrupS, &c.
SOOTS, ")OESr &a.
I wil -e -A -: : t a i- :ch as:
Laie ."i tij:sfo .:5 t o .2:
Pegged a".-25 to n , :25 .
A h13:4e o. " :-ri::. 1- r, spect
May :v :--o
New and Elegant Stock
P. w. & R. S. NiI
And the !ad C ni f mba - I q: er.dIy, are
invited to ex.-mninf, our fine and !arge as
Lrss Good, C:io .
1!ousekeep.irg Gbood.., :!igsTrnsit,
And imany other goods, too numerou. to
menMin, a;d all of which wev 'eg tb e p e
.e to x
Our motto is
QUICK SALES Al) SHORT
P. ', & R, s CHIk,
Apr. 2, 13-if.
for Ladies anid Geuts,- and
A FUILL /INE OF
CALL AND BE
To Merchants at Man
The Highest Market Price
Paid for Cotton or other
A pr. 2, 1.3--tf.
DO YOU WANT
IExcellent in Quality?
IF sis, GO To
MRS. D. MOWER,
Where can b.e fou:nd Flour, Imecas, Mo!a.
ses, Sugar, Coffee, Corn,
And Many Other Articles
At the Lowest Market
On the corn:er, and ua.ne r te 11::w.rJ
Office is the place
For Cheap Goods,
And the Best Attention.
A pr. 23, 16-tf.
W. T. TARRANT.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Doot,:. Shoes, HL:s.
Caps, Crockery, a ly arness, T:n!.s,
ILeather, otc. A'pr. f, 11-t f.
FREM IS NEW1 IOTEiU
C02. 00RLAND & NE~W CaURCE STS,
ON THE EUROPEANFPLAN.
RICHARD P. FRENCH,
ISou of the late Cor... IfCHAi:D 1Rm:NrG,
of French's Hotel, ha:s tA:~ -i. i:
newiv ftted up and entuily ri r.oy.,kd ib.
same. Centra!!.y located in the Bt1 FS
PART I of the Gity.
Ladieb' & Gentlemadu Iiin, EocrDs stac 4
une -3 25-2ml.