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vel tising agency of Messrs. Walker. Evans &
Cog.swell, represented by Roswell T. Logan,
q , is the only authorized agency for this
paper in Charleston.
IP S. M. PETTENGILL & Co., 10 State
Stree,. 1oston,37 Park Row, New York, and
701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, are our
Agents for procuring advertistments for our
paper in the above cities, ftd authorized .to
contract for advertising at our lowest rates.
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 "Beters' Musical Monthly." from
the fact that every yearly subscriber gets
about sixty Songs, Duets, and Choruses, and
from fifty to sixty Piano pieces, worth at
least S40. 5-tf.
MERTINGS.-Newberry Division, No. 8, S. of
T..zueeta every Tuesday night at 8 o'clock, in
Kosciusko Lodge, No. e32, I. 0. G. T., meets in
the same Hall, every Thursday evening, at 8
Pulaski Lodge, No. 2., 1. 0. 0. F., meets in
the saine Hall, every Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
Amity Lodge, No. S7, A. F. .31., meets first
Monday in the month, at 8 o'clock.
Sisnet Chapter, No. 18, It. A. X., meets every
second Monday, at 8 o'clock.
TowN CoeIL.-J. P. Pool, Intendant. P.
Rodelsperger, J. Gaunt, A. M. Bowers and 0.
SuxRir.-J. J. varrington.
CLERK.-J. C. Smith.
JUoGE Pao!avL-J.-C. Leahy.
SCHOOL CoxxissioNE.-31. S. Long.
CoLr\vy Coxxxssio.xas.-Dennis Moates, T.
Keitt, A. Rice.
Tra.L Jrsvres.-C. C. Chase, G. P. Jacoby,
The County Advertsing.
Many of our readers complain because the
public sales no longer appear in the HERALD,
and, that not being able to take both papers
of the town, they feel that they are deprived
of a privilege. The complaint is not without
reason, but it is not our fault. It may not
generally be known that the General Assem
bly gave power to a committee composed of
three State officers, to designate ONE or xORE
papers in each county as the medium for the
publication of all such notices. The HERALD
was deprived of this privilege. We do not
complain of this, but at the same time con
sider it as unjust in the extreme. We have
determined now however, to publish such
notices, without authority, and of course
without remuneration, but simply as an act
of justice to our readers,' that they may be
kept informed as to what is being done ir.
this respect. This is not done without
pecuniary loss, as well as loss of time,, but
we are willing to make the sacrifice for the
public good, and we trust that our course
will be appreciated, and that this effort to
please will induce a corresponding effort on
the part of our patrotis to increase our sub
scription list, by inducing others to take the
HERALD; and at the same time we earnestly
call upon those who are indebted to settle
the small amounts due. tf.
Capt. John F. Speck has received a fine as
sortment of Thermometers. See card.
Ex-GovEuNoR WisE.-We fear that ex
Governor W ise is acting very un-wisE-ly.
Messrs. A. J. McCaughrin & Co., have on
hand sixteen tons Carolina Fertilizer and
Soluble Pacific Guano. See card.
Wednesday night seemed to have become
famous, if we take into consideration all the
events that happened on that night. 1st, the
Promenade Concert, 2d, the fight, then the
fire. And also a fire in the County.
CauoMO.-We take pleasure in acknowl
edging the receipt of a beautiful Chrom2o
from the publishers of "Bumble Bee,"
Albion, Illinois. This Chromo, "the Un
welcome Visitor," represents a fox in the
farm yard, and is really a fine picture.
We had the -pleasure of a call one day last
week, from Mr. Roswell T. Logan, who is
travelling in the interest of the Charleston
News and Courier, IRural Carolinian and
Miller's Almanac. Mr. Logan was looking
well and cheerful.
THE SURPRISF.-There was, quite a gay
evening spent in treading the mazy waltz, to
the sound of inspiring music, on Thursday
evening, at Pool's Hotel. It was really a sur
prise. This shows the.gay spirit of the gal
- lantry and beauty of Newberry. Vive la
SOun VIRGINIA CORRSPONDECE.-We
hope our friends have read the letters of our
correspondent "Zula." They are well written
and interesting, and will repay perusal. The
one published last week gave a description of
some magnificent scenery. If you did not
read it you missed a pleasure.
THE CoRs.-It is -eported that the cotton
and also corn ha ve been much benefited by
the late rains. But we poor town 'people are
sorely afflicted with the dryness,' for it is very
dry, and cotton is suffering very much.
Since the above was put in type we have
been-visited by a refreshing ruin.
FEMI.E AcA.DEMY.-It will be seen by re
ference to notice in another column that the
next session of the Newberry Female Acad
emy, will begin on the 18th September next
ensuing. It is to be i oped that there will be
a large attendance of pupils. The Principal,
Mr. Pifer, is a Teacher, worthy and well
qualified in eve ry respect..
We invite the attention of parents and
guardians to the card of the Williamston
Female College, to be found in another col
umn. -This College is located at Williamston,
S. C., and is easy of access from alj parts of
the State by the G. & C. H. R. Rev. Samuel
Lander, the President, is a teacher of rare
ability, and is assisted by a corps of com
NEWBERRY COL.LEGE.-Wte are glad to
learn that several thousand dollars have al
ready been subscribed for the purpose of
removing the College to Newbehrry. Let the
good work go on.
Surely the most prosperous town and the
r'ichest County in the State are able to build
and sustain an institutio.n of learning of the
SALE-D.T.-As usual for such days, during
the Summer months, there were very few
people frm the country. This- shows that
all are busy laying-by their crops, and have
no time to lose in town. The colored element
were very slimly represented; those who came
were chiefly venders of melons, apples, &c.
Everything passed off unusually quiet,
with only a few sales of no consequence. We
suppose the great scarcity of money was the
occasion of so small sales.
THE SoNS OF TEMPERAcN.-The Prome
nade Concert last Wednesday night, in be
half of the Library for the Temperance So
cieties, was a grand affair; and there was
much money realized. The music, both in
strumental and vocal, was exeellent. The
ices were of the best. The animated conv-er
sations and rippling peals of laughter was a
proof that there was much good humor and
brilliant flashes of wit circulating. Oh ! how
we did envy those gallant youths, as they
measured slowly tho Hall in the promenade,
with blushing maidens leaning giacefully on
HZALr*H.--,Since meningitis ceased raging
the ton it anl County of Newberry have been
quite healthy. In truth, New.berry does not
altogether deserve the reputation it has
acquirLd as a sickly Ccunty. It is not tin
common for persons to live to be quite old
heN We know seveTal now who are over
seventy-tive. One died thi.sear over ninety.
We know many young men, fine stalwart
specimens of humanity as you can find any
THE ExcURSIOxISTS.-A jovial company,
composed of Mcssrs. Silas :ohnstonc and W.
G. Mayes, and Drs. Pope an 1 Jones, left the
town f4st Thursday evening, with a wagon,
mules and complete camping outfit, to try
the exbhilaring influence of the pure moun
tain air. We understand they had made,
from last reports, about tifty miles of their
It is hoped they will return benefited by
the* travels and experience, and fat on fine
mountain trout and game.
THE FIGHT.-There was a real-old-time
Amasoki last Wednesday ni-ght. It was the
result of the belligerent propensities 0 John
Barleycorn, which brought a collision be
tween a white man, two negroes and a cou
ple of U. S. soldieri. The consequence was:
Uncle Sam's boys proved too muscular for
the opposing party; but the "colored troos
fought nobly." The activity of the police
put a timely end to the affair or a couple of
bruken craniums might have resulted.
Attention is called to the letter of Mr.
wThos. A. Floyd, com:nenting upon some
remarks of the Editor in relation to th,; sale
of lands to immigrants. We are not inclined,
at present, to undertake to advise farmers
what to do with their surplus lands. We
may be peenitted to say,, however, that, in
our opinion, Mr. Floyd's letter contains
some suggestions which are entirely imi
pradticable and wrong, both tadrally and
legally. The law cannot permit a lessor to
binl the vote of a lessee, neither, indeed, can
good morals. If one has the right of suffrage
at all it should be, it must be enti.rely free,
or ruin to the commonwealth follows.
Editors must have a hard time of it in
Shen.uidoah, if the Herald of that town is to
be believed. It says:
An editor is a man who lives on what peo
ple owe him until he -starves to death. A
subscriber is one who takes a paper and says
he is well pleased with it, and he tells every.
body "he ought to subscribe." After he has
subscribed about seven years, the editor
writes to him and asks him to let him h ave
$2.59, and then the subseib-r writes back
to the editor and tells him not to send his
old paper any more, for there is nothing in
it, and the editor goes and starves to death
ON SxoxN-G Ton.tcco.-Whatever may
be said of the plea.ure derived from the
habit of smokinz tobacco, we feel well as
sured that it yield.; n6 profit. It is not a
comely habit; it injures the health; it costs
C)isiderable money, and it is exceedingly
dtngerous. When all men smoke, and a
gre:at many women and boys, too, the wonder
is, not that there are so many, but that there
are not a great many more fires, whose
origin is entirely mysterious and inscrutable.
Gentlemen, you ought to quit snmoking, and
if you must use the weed at all, chaw -it.
Chewing tobacco is not nice, but it is less
injurious to the health than smoking, and it
does not in: :m you liable to become at any
time an involuntary incendiary.
THE FIRE.-We are sorry to chronicle an
other flag'rnt act of incendiarism, for the
burning of Mr. Wallace Cline's stables, barn,
&c., was a pure act of incendiarism. The
fre originated in the very centre of the loft
of the stables, amongst straw. Besides it
was nearly 4 o'clock, a. m.
Also, another act of incendiarism occurred
near Kinard's Turn Out, the same night.
The family had gone visiting that evening at
4 o'clock, and were not to be home until
next day, ther.efore there was no fire on the
premises. The fire originated in a house
used as a workshop. At the first alarm the
house was falling in, therefore nothing could
be saved. This is a rather heavy blow to the
owner, Mr. Christopher Whitman.
DEATH.-IIrS. Barre, the wife of Dr.
Barre, died on the night .of Tuesday, the
29th inst., after a long and painful illness,
which was borne with exemplary forti;.ade
and christian patience.. Though compara
tively a stranger here, Mrs. Barre had mad e
many friends. Her meekness, her patience,
and true Christian deportment, endeared her
to all who knew her. She leaves, besides
her husband, two children, both girls. One
of these, the younger, is still entirely help
less from the effects of an attack of menin -
gitis, with which she was seized several
May the Good Shepherd of the sheep take
these little children under his special care
and protection, shield them from all cold
and bitter winds and keep them safe as his
own tenider lambs.'
PauiTry Gmats.-If there is a lovelier or
more beautiful object in the world than a
pretty girl we have never seen it. Rainbows
and flowers, and the evening clouds, when
tinged with the most gorgeous and glorious
hues, are nothing in comparison. They hide
their diminished heads and blush with shame
and envy to be so much outdone by a little,
artless, smiling lassie. One passed our win
dow the other day, anud threw up at us and
to us the brigh: -st glance and the sweetest
smle sure that ever broke a hear t. But- our
heart was not broken, nor can be any more
by bright glances or sweet smiles. All pretty
girls of all ages are, to us, children, in whose
beauty we can always take delight, but which
we no longer desire to appropiate. They
may smile upon whom they please, we no
longer envy the happy, or unhappy youth,
but rather pity and sympathize with him in
the sweet pain he su.ffers. Cod bless the
SPIEITUAusx.-Pomeroy, in the New
York Democrat, is giving some very interest
ing chapters on this subject. In reply to a
correspondent, he re-narks that he does not
take Spiritualism as a religion, but as a fact;
and its phenomena, if well authenticated;
simply as facts. Whatever bearing, if any,
they may have upon the forms of religious
belief, each investigator, thinking and act
ing independently, must decide for h imself.
We long since came to the conclusion that
there are more things in heaven and earth
than are dreamed of in the orginary schools
of philosophy. Ghost stories and stories of
haunted houses are not all mere idle tales
invented for the amusement of the supersti
tious and ignorant. There is something in
them. Sometimes it is a rat, some;imes a
bat, and sonietimeCs a sad fragment of
humanity, once a man or woman, now a
most unhappy spirit still h anntir.gthe scenes
of for.ner dissipation and crimne. We would
advise our readers to have nothing to db
with person' calle.1 mediums, or to seek after
those having famiiarL sirite, as it is treading
upon forbidd-n ond.
HINTS to YOUNG MEN.-WC tike plen!Ure
in ivi a 1,ew moe of the t cunrit'
hints o Youn1g Men:
Ifyou would "strike for wages learn hhiet
smithing-especially if you are good at
Don't learn chair makin, for no matter
how well you please your customers, you
will, sooner or later, get down on yoar work.
And don't become an umbrella-maker, for
their business iz used up."
If yon would have your work touch the
heads of the nation, we know of no way to
sooner uccomplish such an object than by
The young man who would have the fruits
of his labor brought before the eyes of the
people, will become an optician. The work
being easily seen througb, can not be diffi
cut to learn.
A man can always make a scent .iu the
perfumery or guano buiiness.
If a young mnan is a paragon of honor,
truthfulness, sobriety: has never sworn a
profane word, and ha- twenty thousand dol
lars that he has no use for, then he should
immediately start-a newspaptr.
What nation produces most marriages?
A New Orleans church lately had a baby
show to increase its funds.
It isn't man that oppresses the female sex.
It's corsct:, and farbelows.
Brigham Young is credited with saying
that with all his wives he caunot keep his
butttons seed on.
A young Iowa lady, who goes strong for
woman's rights, has eupresetited with a
pair of pants. She pantcd fur freedom, she
patited for renown; that made a pair of pants,
and now she put them on.
"Menl are what Wouen inae Them," is
the singular title of a new book. It may be
true, but we have seen some dreadfully poor
speimens of the nianufactuied article, % hich
fact reflect either upon the material or the
A fashionable lady being -asked, how she
liked the dinner given ata poet's.house, her
reply was. "The dinner was ex-splendid but
my seat was so promote from the niclinacks
that I could not ratify my appetite, and the
pickled cherries bad such a defect on my
head that I had a notion to leave the table.
but Mr.-gave me some hearts bwua re
solved in water which bereaved me."
SOMETIING NEW.-Every d a y briNgs
fbrtli some new wonder under the sun. The
tribune tells a touching story in the case of
a young lady most singularly affected. The
publie tuind in this age of fearful realities
should be prepared for almost anything, but
this we *confess is enough to excite the
greutest alarrn lest it should.spread, and we
hope that the most active measures wiil be a
dopted at once to prevent such a catastrophe:
Not long ago, her mother found her in her
robm energetically darning stockings, und
soon after she appeared in the kitchen and.
assisted that wondering dame in niking and
baking bread and pastry. Aarmed by these
fearful si-ns of intellectual disorder, her
fond parents imniediately sent for a killful
physician, who watched her through a key
hole while she sewed buttons on her father's
garments and mended those of her little
brother. Much utfected, the venerab!e man
remarked that never, during a medical prac
tice of twenty-five years, had he known any
young person to mnwiifest ,uch symptoms as
these. The most heartrending phate of all,
however, was shown the other day, when
her kind father, with a faint hope ot rousin
her from her sad state, gave her $:200 and
told her to buy a new dress. AILS!',a
useless. She instantly observe'd that she
didtn't need a new dress, and if he would let
her keep twenty-five dollars to pay a poor
widow's rent, she'd much rather he would
take the rest of the money for himself. For
a fe.w moments that grief-stricken okct gentle
man gazed upon his hapless child, then hid
tig his face, muttered between his sobs:
oler mind is gone ! 11cr mind is gone!"
PATRONIZE llOME ENTERPRISE.- Mt-. P.
P. Toale, whose advertisement appears in
another column, has brought to a high state
of per:ection the largest and most complete
Manufactory of Doors, Sashes and Blinds in.
the Southern States. His warranted work,
untiring energy, personal application to busi
ness and liberal advertising, have placed
his enterprise among the first in the South,
thus giving to his many eustotmers work and
prices that defy competition. Price list sent
free on application. Aug. 6, 31-1m.
The hot and rainy weather is testing all
exposed wood work, especially the doors in
our Stores and Dwellings. To prevent all
shrinkage, and enable thetm to warrant all
work sold by them, M1essrs. I. II. IIALL
& Ca., at a great expense, have erected, in
connection wvith their Door Factory, a modern
drying room, in which all doors are placed
till fully dried, before glueing, wedging and
pinning; this process adds one-third to the
durability of the doors. Send for price list
of Doors, Sashes, Blinds, White Pine, Wal
nut and fancy Lumbers. Agents for Asbes
tos' Itoofing Felt, used extensively all over
the country for its ieapness and durability-.
Aug. 6, 31-1mo.
BRADLEY's PATENT ENAMtEL PAINT-Ad
vertised in the Whig-by C. P. Knight, is an
article that persons having painting done
should try. The paint is shipped in cans or
kegs ready mixed fa. use, by the agent from
Baltimore. A sheet of sample colors is furn
ished on application, and any shade, or color
selected will be sent, and when received is
ready for use. We have had our house
painted with the Enamel Paint, and it fully
sustains, in the fine brigh t enameled appear
ance, all that Is claimed for it in this respect
-Durability-Is claimed for the paint supe
rior to the common white lead and oil
which is only a mechan-ical mixture and lia
ble to separate, the oil after a period of time
escaping in the wood, when the paint .dries
off. The Enamel Paint having comparative
ly light basis of lead, is made up of other
constituents, which,in chemical combination,
forms a rich, glossy enamel, impervious to
air and water, which is claimed-and with ap
parent reason-to last Ihuchi longer than lead
and oil alone. Painters who have been used
to applying the Slush which they make of
white lead and linseed oil are likely to con
demn the Enamel Paint as being deficient in
"body." Their notions of what constitutes
"body," however. wIll generally be confined
to avoirdupois. In uneducated minds, Quan
tity is often accepted for Quality.-TRYz
BRADLEY's PATENT ENAMEL PAINT if you
wan; a nice Job.-Cecil Whig.
EbmrTos, MD., May, 1872.
The Wear and Tear of Life.
The cares, anxieties and misfortunes at
life have as much to do with shortening it as
disease. . They are in fact the source of
many ailments and physical disabilites. Ner
vaus weakness, dyspepsia, affections of the
liver, disturbances of the bowels, headache,
hypochondria and monomania are among
these distressing fruits. It is,therefore,of great
importance that persons whose minds a:
oppressed with heavy business responsibih
ties, or harassed by family troubles, or ex
cited by speculation, or perplexed by a mul
tiphicity at enterprises, or in any way over
taxed or overworked, should keep np their
stamina by the daily use of a wholesome
tonic. Thousands of persons thius circum
stanced are enabled toa hear up against the
difficulties In which they are involved, and
to retain their strength, lhealthi atnd mental
clearness, by the regular use of Hlostetter's
Stomach Bitters. Diseases whc arc prone
to attack the body when debilita:ed and bro.
ken down by over-much brain work or ex
hausting physical labor, are kept at bay by
the resistant power with whichm this incom
parable tonic endows the nervous sy.stem and
the vital organs. At this season, when the
heat is evaporating the elements of strength
from every p ore, an invigorant is absolutely
essential to the safety and comofort of thme pub
lic, and is required even by the more robt
if they desire to keep their athle:ig capabili
ties in status quo. lhence a course of lios
et.tr's Bitters is pacticularly useful at this
p ai rd of the year as a <lefence against the
i vi-ible disease afloat in a sultry- atmos
i here. It is th~e most potent of all preven,
ive mnicilnes, and for' all complaints which
affec' the :onmach, tl:c liver and tie bowels,
and i merfere- with the perfect digestion anid
assimilation of fool, it is the standard reme
dy~~ Aug. 6, 3-im.
hristr(fiit lo x.
And study in tie gr.at Metropolis of the
'AissAppi Vailey fluldl p!ymet
COMM RCIAL OLLE241
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
091ELl E l IN S 0L
tstablished 14 Years!
And Is fuinislied more busin.ess ien to
gradluate than ten other similar insltituduns.
To Young Men Seeking Eni
W uarantee to procure situation4 on ckm
ittiin of cm, or refunl . entire f;s.
Rt-nce to it fron Te.w, Loui
i;'t:;. A.k::1isas, . : i d
1eid Co ircul.ars of this GREAT1 -
NESS -4;llOL. to
THOS. A. RICE, Pres.,
.10 and 212 N. 4th St.
July 3), !3-:,0-ly.
JUr.v 22d, 1873.
The County Commissioners of Newberry
County, will Irvceive Bids and applications
until Augnst 26, A. D. 18'73, to c-hmge the
Road and build a new Bridge ac:oss Little
River, near .1. B. SmIith's planttionl. One
side Of the ;tutriets of the above named
Bri,ln- will he located on J. B. Smith's
bId, and the other side of the abutment onl
Jackson Teague's land. All :tpplicants cant
find tie specification in Cotity Comimis
July 30, 30-4t. Chairman.
The Dwelling iand Store Roois, former
ly occupied by BJos. rown, iext door to A.
M. Wicker's, are ollt fed for reut, cither
sepirately or as a low.
MRS. D. MOWER.
July 2.%, 29-ti.
HERE WE ARE!
The Farmer.s Friend-!
An Improved Combinationof Conveniences.
A New and Valuable InVeniion.
A Patent Stock Yoke, No. St,674.
only four ponds. A great befitei
t any coa:mtun"ity. Pays for itself in a few
days. Can he used for three dil'-rent pur
poses, viz:. Yoke, biridile andt Ihlter. All
intdispensa1,le otn a larmi. No horse or mu tle
can cither-i jutmtp or knock do i:n a cotmmott
fence. The Ytoke is ntot d:uigetoois to wear.
Stock soon becomte yokewise antd dont't try
to jump. Thc Yoke can .be made by anyv
far-ner Any: person using or intfrinigintg ott
the above patenit itt the County of Newber
ry, without authority, will be prosecutted to
the etnt of thec lan- A model Yoke is ini
the ihantds of B. I. Mantgtum, Newberry.
li.iidual Rihts stent by inail otn receipt
Address the Assignee,
E. F. ANDERSON,
-Mushltlaville, P. C'.,
Electro Chemical Baths.
Pecrsonts engaging Bithts, and htavinig had
hours assigned them, failitng to meet their
engtagceents withotut gigintg ntotice at leaist
two hours before thfe appoinfed hour-, will
be chnarged the same ais if thte Bath [tadl
bett taken. It requires r.botut two hours
to prepare the Bath, and when otnce pre-.
pared-it can be of no tuse except to the per
son for whom it was intenzded, henice it is
apparentt that it should be paid for.
Sintglc Baths, Cash......... .00
A couirse consistig of 2t0 Baths, each 2.50t
One-h:dif payable itt advance. the balattce
at te terinzationi of the course.
No Uaths will'be given ontt he S.tbbath
except ini cases of necessity..
J1. D. BR CCE, M. D.
July 10, 28-tf.
Otne of the finest Planitations tn Abbeville
Coutnty, (kntown as the ichard Davis place)
containing S2O acres, 100) acres of which is
excellent bottomt lantd. Pleasatly located.
Upon thle farm is an elegant-Brick Mansion,
w itht eight rooms. This Platntatiotn is sit
uated about four tilies from New Market.
on the Greeniville R. R. There is a road
ruuming directly through the place, thetreby
rendering it easy to divide the land inito
several distitnct tracts if so desired. We
would- ?urther state that a valuable Gold
Mine has been discovered on the premise..
This property can be treated for privately
at any time between this and the first of
October ; if not disposed of before the- ex
iration of that time it will be soid at Atuc
tion, at Abbeville C. HI. For furthter in
formation ini regard to thte mtatter, epply to
Auction anid Cotminiission Merchant,
June 25, 25--tf Columbia, S. C.
The subscriber is pr epared to furnmish and
put ini Pumps, at prices ranginig frott $10
and upwards, and which lie will guaranttee
to give sa'isfaction. It is well kntownt that
water raised by a putmp cot.s front the
bottom ot' the well, and, unlike that drawn
in, buickets is cool, and aniother desideratum
is, that this putnp can be worked by a five
year old child, without any danger of fall
ing itito -the wel! an'' being drownted. I
furtnish different kind of putmps and will
bring them to your- doors, so get your cash
in readiness if you want a good Dump, and
he cheapest ever sold in this counitry. The
izents of Lauirents, Etdgefield, Abbeville,
tpartanburg, Union and other Counties,
will also have an oppori.unity of being sup
plied with my Puuips.
June 18, 4-.tf. FR ANK MOON.
VEGETABLES AND) FRUTS,
FRESH EVERY DAY,
Hotel, b,oarding house keepers, and house
keepers generally, wh-lo have been at th-eir
wit; end in fur-nishing their tables, nee4 no
longer fly into fidg'et<, go off at the jug han
dIe, or a~ny othert uniprotilablc folly, because
of their inability to find something to eat; all
that ti;ey need do ntow is to call on
J. M. SILL,
(Store between A. D). L.ovelace and Rodle
speir'er & Hlornsby,)
Where Fithl:lI ClHARI.ESTON VEGETlA
Fl.ES. together with FRUIT can always be
S'rGAlIS. Ti BACC() of best brands, and
CONFECTIONERY ilso in store.
3ne 28, 21-.
A N ) F,.%!
P1itation Supplies, Dry Good
Keep coIstatly on
11rs Mal, gi
Lad . Sugar, ar
Flour, Corn, Toba
Also ai ebmc artile of N. 0. Molatsses, in 1
:h A . I article Gohen Buter, and Bn
GIV(, uS call.
JN. E. WEiM,t TIIOS. M. L A
Coitenplating a change in our business
a :an early day, w,.e have deterw.ilnid to !
!oid in the h ure .
AT SHORT PROFITS
aill w to our i-:s. as w a the
Interest of Those With
Whom We Deal,
to codn:e oarselves strictly to thr CASH
W.ATEM,:d SI. FOlR SHORT PRiOFITs.
We hoip our friends, andl the pubIle gene
-ally, w1il;: e 1.; a trial- under this new-%
tem uponl which we ow enter, antd we
will emdeavor to make it to their intcrest to
,ive us their patronage.
WE WILL KEEP
X good! stock of
ffeavy and Family froceries,
inil a C '(.NSTANT SUPPLY of tie ~
:o tie examination of which V.ec inlvite all
persons wishing to purehase goods in our
ine before they make their purchases.
M00 HIAN & U 0
.Al1 peisons, indebted to us by note or
tecouit, are m-:t earnestAv requosted to
iake payte-t at once. All our chims are
last due and we Itust have etem settled.
We Ile.1n what we sav.
R. MOORMAN & CO.
Mar. Il, I7: - i-t.o -
Are receiving their FALL SU1PPLY of
SADDLERY and WHIPS,
~MBR W00 91 P[MPS
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Oct. 2, 40-tf.
BAGGING, TIES, &c.,1
WXHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
J. H. O'Neill, Agt.
Corner Catldwell and Fricnd Sts.
Opposite Mr. P. Scott, Merchant Tailor,
[las just nececived and opcning a general es
acice Family Giocaies
VRICH WILL BE SOLD
Low for Cash, or coun
Phe public generally arc invited
o call and examine- my stock be
ore purcbasing elsewherTe.
rhe Highest Price Paid for
Sept 25 39 tf
Interesting to All.
My, termt 0 ofzce harm tg exp iredi. I r
iptecifully no:iy~ all per-ons -.sho h:i! l15urs,
cei r morti.ages recordedi during tuy
,erit ofi uilice, ti'll oit MIsi S. N Jon'
lones, who will deliver the samte.
N o 27 .-. 'rms M. LA KE.
,Book s hoes, Hlat, &c.
iand a good line of
Wuon and Wilow Waro,
bis., 1 bu., 5 and 10 gallon kegs, also a
ckwheat Flour in abundance.
KE. II. O A. AIllUNGTON.
(ott on Gins.
mon maita au
IIAVING increased our ManuL.telory we
arc p)rcpared to supply the demand for our
well k-own CUT ION GINS, which are con
sider the bS the im rkt by tlose wh
have use-l and known theni. EVElRY (;I
GLARANTED TO GI\E SATISFACTIuN.
Price lower than any other first-class Gin.
Orders solicited early in the season to prevent
By permission we refer to the following
Col. 1). Wyatt Aiken, and M:ij. J. K.
Gov. M. L. Bonham, EdgeclIeld; Maj. A.
Jones, Pine louse; Maj. Josiah 1 Padgett,
Mr. L. Hartley. Batesville.
Gapt. .L G. Hawthorn, Saluda Old Town.
Gen. M. C. Batler, Columbia.
Messrs. WEBB, .1uNES & PARKER, are
our authorized A-rents for New berry, ut
whose store a sample Gin can be seen.
NEBLETT & GOODCII,.
June 4, 22-4m. Augusta, Ga.
T H E .*
"MOlRS C-O?TTON GIN"
Still Ahead of all Others.
T HESE COTI ON GINS have been TRIED
in Newberry and surrounding country, and
have PRovEN to be the
BEST,SIMPLEST AND CHEAPEST
C TTON- GIN e ver offered .in this country.
I h:n.e been manufactuing Cotton Giu
for 38 years in South Carolina, and the Gin I
now make is the BEST' I have ever made.
All Work WARRANTED to glie tull satisfac
tion or NO PAY.
Price $3.50 per Saw.
Cotton Gin Factory,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
May 28, 21-3m.
LET it be distinctly understood that the
is ia fall blast and.doing thiings up all right,
md well prepared for a good rmn this Fall.
All kinds of work done in good style, in.
:lding copyving of old Pictures, Fillinig Pins,
-A fine lot ot
Conmc along~ during this prettj weather.
W. HI. WISEMAN.
Oct. 2, 4i0-tf.
DEALER IN -
Newberry, S. C.
Feb. 12, 6-tf.
1I WILL BUY A GOOD PUMP.
.lune 1S, 24-tf.
DECOR ATIVE P AINT"ER,
PA PER H ANGING and KAILSOMINING.
I laving~ provided himisel w it.h all the Ia
eimproved ladders andl other tools and
mplmenlts of his trade, is now prepared to
erformn all work in ihis line of businecss with
acatness, durability and dispatch.
COUNTRY JOBS WILL BE ATTENDED.
By the arrangements which he has com.
teta lie wi!l be absle to(1 dC t!i everal
)ranches of his trade at the LOWEST PuS
Terns Cash on the cornpletion of work.
If vou want mec and don't see me, iwiire
1 1,11,1 A, S. C.,
T:m n:o. thii SL'lUN
H AT S,
Our eu-ser k nrw t h:u we nhvar
and parueur:y in HI\T:. oh:. can
nlot b ldt in snwl t
d:ur "rd l ::.l wc will fill
,11r M1'ST(I AD E.PARIT. ENT
s dst :lt om urREAu\DY .\i.\ D E.
and our pat rel: Ca-.:Lilp: e
R. & W. C. SWAFAALD,
C L UMBIA, S. G.
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000 prctensions to beau;ty, wit 0oo
000 Cr intelig-ence, who"are 000
000 (:lp uough to wo
000 adOin them- 000
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May. 21, 20-tf.
Brugs .V Faney .IrIicles.
DRi. S. F. FANT,
NEWlBERRY C. H., S. C.*
All the most approved PATEN.T MEDI.
CINES constantly ont hand.
PERFUMIERIES, SOAPS nud TOILET
Al(CLES, of the OhOicest character.
-MEDIINALLIQUOR~S, of purest qjuali
Prescriptions com3pounded carefully, at
ail honrs, day and night.
Mar. 12, '73-10j-t f.
A sure and permanent Cure for all diseases
caused by a deranged Liver, such as .Taun
dice, Dyspepsia, Heartburn. Fevers,
Nervousness. lImpurity of the Blood,
Melancholy, Costiveness, Sick
.Headache,Pains in the Head.
and all kindred diseases,
ETER~Y-F.AMILY SHOULD H.ATE IT.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISlS5;
Prepared only by
-WILSON & BLACK,
Mar. 12, luj-L;m. Cil.RLOTTE, N. C.
The LATEST and BEST
HOE for COTTON
C:apital for gardenfs also.
To form an ides of its great adaptability and
wonderful merits, conme and examine. An
invoice just received by
jan S 1 MAYES & MARTIN.
ci WILL BUY A GOOD PUMP.
lhnen 18,24:f. -
qn ; - -.:
1 .. -_m0o . .
have purchas:di:l &.c
will of the E : 1 t S
my purpoe to i,e.p
Sei at suc rI ce, a
and shiort pvcEs, nd j' j,cn!t reew . "
My stock conjSji,tS at presen: of
fbe, Flour, Syrups, &c.
BOOTS, 5 HCES, &L.
1. 2 5
New and Elegant 8 ock
*I* th rri
A th,ad .andFWe .e er dll-, are
atv:eu :o ex.:: u :-i and la.rg a,
PIue', N::sos .
Em!.ro:'. s Lae:s,
Gr< T, ardware,
Ind ma y, oti(,, .Saddlec., D:iidlec,
And mny other r , tIo numerous to
nntion, ar.d all of w h:i we beg the pub
ic* to exa: n.11:1
0. mot'o is
ICK SALES AND SHORT
P 'E3 & llS.'II'.
Apr. 2,1 -
IS RECEIVING ..
ror Ladies and Gentis, and
A RUL LiNE/OF
CALL AND BE
To Merchants at Man
The Highest Market Price
Paid for- Cotton or other
DO Y(3U WA3NT
Excellent in Quality?
IF SO, GO( To
3IRS. D. MOWER,
WVhere can be fourn d Flour, Bacon, Molas
;es, Sugar, Coffee, Corn,*
Anzd Maniy Other Articles
At the Lowest Market
On the corner, and under theC UlrAn.ur
)fice is the p'c
For Cheap Goods,
C h eap Pri ces5,
And the Best Attention.
W. T. TARRJANT,
Dry G;oods, G;rocer;es, Boots, S:oe,. Uao
ap.s, Cro.2ery, $ddiery, HIarness, Trunk-:,
.Cather, --'e. Apr. 9u, ] - f.
COR. CORTI AND & NEW C-IURC STS.
~)N T H E EUROPEAN PLAN.
RICHARD P. FRENC-H,
on of the !h: Cot. i H iAR D FR EN';f,
ew'.y fitted up anrd e:n ir-ly r<ntovated th:e
ame. Cen:tr.1ly !ccated in ti.e BUSINE:4s
'.adies' & Ge:t .c'an -'3 I;.id Eooms attachied.
June 2.1 25-2mn.