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()rR AGENrTs IN CiARLESTON.-The ad
Ve: t' 1ieg ageng% of Messrs. Walker, Evans &
C ,nsweI, relprescnted by Roswell T. Logan,
Ei.is the wily authorized agency for this
The County Advertising.
Many of our readers complain because the
public sales no longer appear in the 1ERALD,
a=4, tUt mot being able to take both papers
ofthdtown, they feel thai they are deprived
of a privilege. .The complaint is not Aithout
rea 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
piblication 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,uujust in the extreme. We have
determined now however, to publish such
notices, without author.ty, and of course
without -nuner- 'ion, but s"M plV as an act
of justice to oar readers, that they may be
kept informed as to what is being done in
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
pub)lic 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 patrons to increase our sub
scription list, by inducing others to take the
flzaALD; and at the same time we earnestly
call upon those who are indebted to settle
the sinall amounts due. tf.
David Hailstock has left with us a boll of
new cotton grown on our friend T. M. Lake's
place-pulled on the 15th inst.
AccIDENT.-Wc have been informed that
on Thursday of last week, on the plantation
of Mr. John Hoplaits Williams, a colored
boy accidentally shot and killed another.
We have ieeeived the card of Col. J. P.
Thomas, Superntlndent of the Carolina Mili
tary Institule, Charlotte, N.C. Col. Thomas
is too well known to our readers to need any
coinmendation from us.
THE ExcUnsIoTsrTS.-Messr. 3ayes,
Johnstone,Pope and Jones, have returned
from their trip to the mnountains. All are
looking fat and hearty. They report a fine
time and plenty of good eating.
RAI.-There is no more grumbling heard
amongst the farmers, caused from the w;int
of rain.. There-is a plenty, indeed, some to
sparei Now -the complaint is, "higher
prices." What will i: be next? Can any
Music.-It is delightful to know that there
is some life left amongst the musical men;
for it was our pleasure to hear some sweet
music discoursed Saturday night by the
String Band. They have made a good start,
but will-they keep it up?
Our 11aders will be glad to learn that the
Editor is enjoying himself hugely In the old
North State, and that his health is daily im
proving. We think his pass is about out and
that it is.time he was turning his steps home
We acknowledge the receipt of Vols. 8 and
9 of mogellotsehold 3fagine, bound in
one compact volume. This work forms a
vy 4steseing umiscellany whose contents
*ragedeUanemud, putand healthy. S.
S. Wood & Co., Newburgh, N. Y.
Our frie'nd, Thos. F. Harmon, comes Out
with a newr advertisement which our readers
bad better look at and examine carefully.
We doubt not they will be able to find sonmc
thing just suited to their wants, as Mr. iIar
-.ni Aan..udaerc.ant, and knows
ir,' AcerIDENT.'-On Thursday, 14th
inst., a fatal accident occurred at IIelena,
just as the down passenger train was moving
off. A train hand, Hlerndon Mitchell, just
as he was. stepping on board, slipped and
fell beneath the wheel which passed over his
leg and severed it from the body. lIe died
in a short time.
Basa-BAL.r.-We are much pleased to hear
that the young men are alive to out door
sports. There will be a base-ball club or
ganized this week.~ We don't see why New
berry can't raise i nine to he able to compete
with any in the State. We have the bone
and skw, i1ts can only be developed.
Youngnen, get up a real .flrst-class nine.
You have terigf 1othing is wanting
but energy. -____
CoTTroz Grits, &c.-Farmers and planters
is want of good Cotton Gins are referred to
the advertisement of C. Graveley, 52 East
may Charlestoni, Sz C., and all who have
- CoxMrssrox MERCHANTS, will see the
card of L. 0. DARtGAN, Adger's Wharf,
Charleston, S. C.. and ladies, young and old,
and all other persons, who want
-DxT GooDs; will be sure to attend the
Grand Closing out Sale of R. C. SHIvER &
Co-., Newberry, S. C.
Pxc-Nic.-The Temperance Pic-nic which
came off'near Pomaria on Thursday last,
was, we understand, a splendid success.
The people of Pomaria and thereabouts were
as liind and hospitable to the excursiontists
as they could be, and feasted them to their
hearts' content. And although there was no
'yopping of Champagne corks and no dancing
on the light fantastic toe, yet nll went merry
-as a marriage bell and the excursion'ists re
turned to Newberry, pleased with the day s
festivitv, retired to their beds without any
~headaches and awoke next morning bright
IUOr,Y GIRLS.-We tried three or four ser
eral different times during the last week to
write-a paragratph about ugly girls, but have
failed each and every -time. The fact is,
there arc no ugly girls except those who
behave uglye )ye saw a girl, the other day,
whom we had ftennently bheard spoken of as
veryPhomeY,if not ugly. While we were
- lognu ersometh in Toa o(a very
aggravatidg nature, but she bore it w ith the
greatest paitieice and gentleness, and her
homely face became exceedingly beautiful
byiiftbe'lightt shirin through andl illumti
nating it. She was very beautiful. Behave
yourselves, girls. Dle kind, sweet-tempered
and amiable, and you will always be beauti
D)trg.-It is our sad duty to add again
to the death roll of Newberry, during the
past week we have had two deaths amidst us.
One an elderly lady of re%emecnt, Mrs.
Boies, a native of Doston, who had recently
ecome amongst us on a visit to her friends, Mr.
W. C. Parker's family. And the other an
ifant son of Mr. E. s. Coppock. Little Joe
was a sweet and amiable boy of only five
summers, who has been so suddenly cut
-down after a short sickness of three days.
Whata blow it must be to these sadly afflict
ed parnuts when two children are called to
follow each other in so short at time; for just
a short while ago, Mr. Coppock lost another
child. But the Father has said:
"Suffer little children to come uinto me, for
snch is the Kingdom of Heaven.'
UIVERELLAS-It W.q. to the Latnster Ted
ger mrn that our yo'i wife loaned our un
brol:a. It wa5 .onnen.hat old, antd worn, and
dilpidated, but us it was not iiaing huiy,
we hope lie was sufficiently protected and
did not get wet and take cold.
Please keep it, Mr. Ledger, umbrellas are
CuRa roa NosS BLEED.-Pat a piece of
paper in your mouth, chew it rapidly, and it
'ill '-top the bleeding. .Doubtless any sub
stance would -answer :he same purpose as
paper, the stoppagc of the flow of blood be
ing caused doubtless by the rapid action of
the jaws and the counter actio of muscles
and arteries connecting the. jaws and no.e.
Physicians state that placing a small roll of
paper or muslin above the front teeth, under
the upper lip, and .pressing hard on the
same, will arrest 'bleeding from the nose
chee!:ing the passages of blood through the
arteries leading .az the nose.
When *e were a boy we heard it said that
to let the nose bleed np on two sticks placed
in the form of a crose, would be sure to stop
the bleeding. We have tried it often, and
the nose always stopped bleeding in a few
minutes, but ne do no not recommend it as
a sure cure.
1)noMs.-"It' a man dreams the devil is
after him, it is a sigp that he bad betterstttle
his subscription bill.
If he dreams of earthquake and a turmoil
generally, it is a sign that he is going to be
If he (being a married man) dreams of
some fearful, mysterious danger, it is a sign
that his mother-in-law is coming to spend a
few days with her darling daughter.
If he dteams that his head is in danger,
and that his hair falls out, i- - a sign that he
will have a quarrel with-his wife.
If he dreams of hearing a strange unac
countable noise about the house, it-is a sign
that he had better see who visits the house
maid and buy a bull dog.
If he dreams of being accosted by a strange
man who insists on taking him with him, it
is a sign that he had better know all the
It' he dreams of speaking familiarly to a
ghost with horns and tail, it is a sign that
he had better reduce h is liquor bill.
If he dreams of making a fool of himself,
it is a true sign it is so."
A lady, returning from an unprofitable trip
to church, declared that "when she saw the
hawls of those Smiths, and then thought of
the things her own poor girls had to wear, if
it wasn't for the consolation of religion, she
did not know what she should do."
As a stout old lady got out of a crowded coach
she exclaimed, "Well, that's a relief, any
how!" To whieh the driver replied, eycing
her ample proportions, "So the 'osses think,
Au exquisite lady inquired at a dry goods
store in Lewiston, Me., for a piece of goods
of the "slumbering shade." The clerk re
plied that he had none in the store, but he
believed there were several pieces snoring at
"This company shall never get another
cent of my money," said an angry lady on a
rai'way train. "How, then, will you travel?"
asked the conductor. "I'll pay, my fare to
Belle mettle-A young lady's temper.
The latest bonnet is a trifle higher than
freight on the railroads and as graceful in
-.A lady asked her docter if' he "did not
hink the small bonnet the ladies wore had
a tendency to produce congestion of the
braitn." "Oh! no," replied the doctor.
"Women who have brains don't wear
To revive a fainting woman, hold a new
onnet to her nose.
TH lE PIErDMoxT AIRLINE.-This
ithe designation of an important line
yf railway, extending from Richlnond
to Atlanta. Ga., a distance of 548
miles. It embraces the Richmond
and Danville Railroad, 140.~ miles, the
Piedmont Railroad, fronm Danville to
Greensboro, 49 miles; a portion 'of the
North Carolina Ratilroad, from Greens
boro to Charlotte intersecting, 92 miles;
and the Atlanta and Richmond Air
ine, fronm Charlotte to Atlanta, 206
miles.- The latter road is in progress
f construction. The last rail will be
laid somne time ini August, and the
road opened for business in September.
TIIE PRODUCTION OF OLIVE Oir IN
rIlE Sourr.--The cultivation of olive
trees in the south as a source of reven
e seems to have been unwisely over
loked, if the experiences of- Mr.
James Postel, who planted these treesI
ou St. Simon's Island, in Georgta,
may be taken as an example. The
Savannah Advertiser speaks of an ex
::llent article of table oil which Mr.
Postel with a rude process of manu
facture has made from olives grown
by himself. He has two hundrcd and
fifty trees, thirty feet apart, planted
in 1825, all in bearing. The trees ave
rage five gallons of oil each season.
with little attention. In 1870 the
oil produced amounted to twelle hun
red and fifty gallons, worth eight
ollars per gallon. This seems to be
very remunerative culture.
It is a pleasure to us to read to and print
uch statements as tihe following:
"A very pretty charity has beent develop
ed by Mrs. Anson Stokes, of New York
city,'formerly Miss Phelps, daughter and
sole inheritor of thte wealth of' the head of
the firm of Phelps, Dodge & Co., and wife
f a wealthy man as well. The project whiCh
she has now sutccessfully carried out was
her own. Last winter she selected a house
pon one of the highest prominences of
Statent Island, and determ.ined to make it a
ome for the children to those women whto
were working for wages and could not give
:he innocents that attention which ev-en
their bare necessities called for. Thte scheme
was quite an Utopian one, for it embraced
more than merely shelted~ng and feeding
he children. I: was to include kind treat
unt, amusements, toys, and even sugges
oas of inexpensive luxuries, such as na
ture, would kindly give her ,assistance ,to.
ans March the plan went mnto opera tton
ad now a number of' habes are igreeping
arid walking throtugh the spacious apart
ents with refreshing cribs and fascinating
ureaus, while Mrs. Stokes drives over with
her own team four times a week and always
with fuall hands,inl addition to what is regular.
ly provided. This is one of the missionary
vorks to which this lady devotes herself,
and the whole income of Sloo,oo0 .bestow
dpon her by her brother as a wedding
gift she dispenses in sinmiliar charities, but
o delicately that even the most sentsitive
cannot feel'humiliated by her kind offices."
NEWBEnRT, S. C., August 19.-Cotton 10.
LyV.nrooL, August 18.-Cotton easier but.
not lower-uplands 8;; Orleans 93.
~EW YORK, Augutst 18.-Cotton quiet and
irregular; sates t71 bales, at 19ia213. Gold
Auc usr., August 18.-Cotton dull-mid
CHAILETON, August 18.-Cotton easy
BALTMOnE, Augtust l..-Cotton dull
vile ailroi by a iijoritV of 4 .(;9
PATRONIZE HoME ENTERPRIs.- Mr. P.
P. Toale, whose advertisement appears in
another column, has brought to a high state
of perfection tie lhrgest and most complete
Manufactory ot Doors, Sashes und Blinds in
the Southern States. His warranted work,
untiring energy, personal application to busi
ness and liberal advertising, bave placed
his enterprise among the first in the South,
thus giving to his many customers work and
prices that defy competition. Price lift 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
0hrinkage, ai enable them to warrant all
work sold by them, Messrs. . H. HALL
& Co., at a great expense, have erected, in
connection with their Door Factory, a rnodern
drying room, in which all doors -are placed
till fully dried, before glucing, wedging and
pinning; this process adds one-third to the
durability of the door.. Send for price list
of Doors, Sashes, Blinds, White Pine, Wal
nut and fancv Lumbers. Agents for A4bes
tos' Rooting Felt, used exteusively all over
the country for its cheapte"s and durability.
Aug. 6, 31-1m.
The Wear aid Tear of Li'f.
The cares, anxieties and misfortunes of
life have as much to do with shortening it as
disease. They are in fact the source of
muy ailments and physical disabilities. NUr
Yous 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 are
oppressed with heavy business respousibili
ties, or harassed by family trouble-, or ex
cited by speculation, or perplexed by a mul
tiplicity of enterprises, or in any way over
taxed or overwdrked, should keep np their
stamina by the daily use of a wholesome
tonic. Thousands of persons thus circum
stanced are enabled to bear up against the
difficulties in which they are involved, and
to retain their strength, health and mental
clearness,i,by the regular use of Hlostetter's
Stomach Bitters. Diseases which are prone
to attack the body when debilitated and bro
ken down by over-much brain work or ex
hausting physical labor, are kept at bay by
the resistant power with which this incom
parable tonic endows the nervous systen and
the vital organs. At this season, when the
heat is evaporating the elements of strength
from every pore, an invigorant is absolutely
essentiad to the safety and comfort of the pub
lic, and'is required even by the more robust
if they desire to keep their athletic capabili
ties in status quo. Ience a course of 11os
tetter's Bitters is pacticularly useful ut this
period of the year as a defence against the
invizible disease afioat in a sultry atimos
phere. It is the most potent of all preven
tive medicines, and for all complaints which
affect the stomach, the liver and the bowels,
and interfere with the perfect digestion and
assimilation of food, it is the standard reme
dy. Aug. 6, 31-1m.
Dry Goods X elfilinery.
This is Positive!
AT COST ! AT COST!!
M.NATHAN & SON,
Are oflering the:r entire stock of
AT COSTI FOR CASH,
TO MAKE A CIIANGE IN THEIR BULSI
Great Bargains in
CIocerf aIld OIass#aI0,
This line is in great variety,
And Prices Uitprecedented!
If you really need a bargain in the above
line, or in anything else, call at once on
'M. NATHAN & SON.
May 28, 22-3m.
C. F., JACKSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
UAVING REMOVED FOUR DOORS
ABOVE HIS OLD STAND, ON
To the magnificent store in Mr. Jacob's New
Building, offers for sale a
At UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES. Call and
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
FANCY ARTICLES, Etc., Etc.
His 10, 25 and 50 cent Counters offer bar
gains in YANKEE NOTIONS.
May 28, 21-tf.
MILL IN ERY
Silk and Straw Goods,
Now open at
Mrs. D. MOWER'S,
UNDER HERALD O1FICE.
A pr. 1i, 15-tf.
5(10 Cords of TAN BARK, ror which
5.00 per Cord will be paid on delivery at
WEBB, JONES & PARKER'S
Apr. 9, 14-tf . Tauncry.
The Dwel;ing and Store Rooms, former
ly occupied by Jos. Brown, next door to A.
. Wicker's, are ofTered for rent, either
separately or as a whole.
MRS. D. MOWER.
July 25, 29-tf.
A LL persons indebted to us by NOTE or
ACCOUNT, or othecrwise, muest settle the
same on or before the FIRST DAY OIF
SEPTEMBER NEXT. We must have the
moey to buy our Fall Stock. It is money
or blood. No excuse will be taken.
The best ORGANS of the Reed
class IN THE WORLD.
The Best for Churches and Lodges.
The Best for Sunday Schools.
The Best for Parlors and Vestries.
The Best for Academies and Colleges.
The Best for Public Halls.
The Best for Orchestra'and Stage.
These instruments, which for sweetness of
tone and elegance of appointment stand unri
valled, have mct with unprecedented success
in this country and abroad.
E, P. NEEDHIM & S0N,
ESTABLISHED IN 1846.
Nos. 143, 145, & 147 East 23d St.,
Rcsponsible parties applying for agencies
in sections still unsupplied, will receive
prompt attention and liberal inducements.
Parties residing at i distance from our a a
thorized agents, may order from our factory.
Send for illustrated price list.
Aug. 13, 32-6m.
Most Wonderful Invention
OF THE ACE.
[. moses' Electro-Galvanic, Pat. June 2d, '68
Attached to these patented Spectacles
ire two scientifically constructed Galvanic
Batteries-unseen when worn-delivering
trough the nerves of the head
& Soft and Continuous Stream of Electricity,
Vitalizing and giving healthy action to the
ntire beautiful system of those parts. AB
BOLUTELY and CERTAINLY CURING
Partial Paralysis of the Optic Nerve, Weak
)r Diseased Vision, Neuralgia of the Head
Dr Face, Nervous Twitches in the Muscles
f the Face, Noise in the Head, Loss of
gental Energy, and a host of Nervous Dis
mases arising from depression of the nervous
-nrgy of the system.
Contributing in a most astonishing dle
LIFE, VIGOR AND HEALTH,
By the means of the soft and flowing stream
f Electricity, giving brightness to the Eye,
uickness to the Ear, and energy to the
They are set with lenses of the finest
manufacture, to suit all sights, and with
lasses for those not needing Spectacles to
cad with, but desiring the benefits to be
erived from wearing the Batteries ; and
re to be had in this vicinity only of
JOHN F. SPECK,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Silver and Plated Ware,
NEWBDERRY, S. C.
one are Genuine unless each pair stamped
3. MOSES' ELECTRO-GALVANIC,
Patented June 2d, 1868.
Apr. 9, 14-tf.
JOHN F. SPECK,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
CALL AND CET ONE.
Jelly Moulds and Fruit Jars.
A new supply of those Patent JELLY
[ 0 U L D S and MASON'S IMPROVED
~RUIT JARS just arrived. Also, a nice
tock of CR.OCKERY and GLASS-WARE,
ERY CHE AP, at.
M. NATHAN &o SON.
July 30, 30-im.
in Ordinance .Imposing a Li
cenise on Butchers.
SEc. .37. Be it ordained by the Town
Jouncil, that each and every butcher, or
irm of butchers, within the incorporation,
nd 'ill other persons who shall bring meat
o market, shall pay an annual license of
25 ; except those persons living in the
~ontry who sell their meat betweecn the
ours of 9 o'clock, .A. M., and 5 o'clock, 1P.
H., in which case they shall pay a tax of $1
n every beef; 50 ets. on every hog ; and
5 ets'. on every sheep and goat offered for
S.ec. 38. Any pera.on violating this ordi
auce, or any part of the same, shall, upon
:oviction, be fined in a sum not exceeding
25, or imprisonment not exceeding 3n
ays; both of said penalties to be inflicted
it the discretion of the Council aforesaid.
Sxc. :t9. This Ordinance shall take effeet
mmediately after its passage.
Done and ratified in Council assembled, tin
..s.1 der the corporate seal of the Town of
Newberry, on thc 5th day of August,
A. D. 187Z. J. P. POOL,
0. L. ScHt'MPERT, C. & T., T. C. N.
A ug. 13, 32-2t.
Electro Chemical Baths.
Persons engaging Baths, and having had
ours assigned them, failing to meet their
~ngagements without giving notice at least
wo hours before the appointed hour, will
e charged the same as if the Bath had
eeni taken. It requires about two hours
o prepare the Bath, and when once pre
ared it can be of no use except to the per.
;on for whom it was intended, hence it is
pparent that it should be paid for.
~igle Baths, Cash..............3.00
course consisting of 2') Baths, eche 2.50
(ne-half payable in advance, the balance
it the termination of the course.
No Baths will be given on the Sabbath
yxcept in cases of necessity.
J. D. BRUCE, M. D.
Julyh., 12. - _
J. ; WE
.WH LEJAL W
Plantation Supplies, Dry Good
Keep constantly on i
ConYee, Meal, P.agzi
B.Lcon, Molasses, Ties,
Lard, Sugar, SaIlr,
Flotr, Corn, Tobto
&e., Pink Eye
Also a choice article of N. 0. Molasses, it b
choice A No. I article Goshen 111tter, and J.u
Give us a call.
JN. E. WEBB. THf. M. LA
Jan. , 4-t.
Contemplating a change in our business
at an early day, we have determineid to vell
zoods in the fiture
AT SHORT PROFITS
With our experience we are satisfied thit it
will he to our intere-t as well as the
Interest of Those With
Whom We Deal,
to contine ourselves strictly to the CASH
SYSTEM, and SELL FOR SHORT PROFI Ns.
We hope our friends, and the public gene
rally, will give us a trial under this new
system upon which we now enter, and we
will cndeavor to make it to their interest to
give us their patronage.
WE WILL KEEP
A good stock of
Heavy and Family Groceries,
and a CONSTANT SUPPLY of the
to the examination of which we invite all
persons wishing to pz-rchase goods in our
line before they make their purchases.
R. MOORMA & 100.
All persons indebted to us by note or
account, are most earnestly requested to
make payient at once. All our claims are I
past due and we must have them settled.
We mean what we say.
Rt. MOORMAN & CO.
Mar. 10, 1873-1t-tL.
ayeS & Ifrt
Are receiving their FALL SUPPLY of
'N[0o1 aDd Djg Mat!iaI
SADDLERY and WHIPS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Oct. 2, -10)-tf.
BAGGING, TIES, &c.,
WHOLE 1SAlLE AND RETAIL,
J. H. O'Neill, Agt.
Corner Caldwvell and Friend Sts.
Opposite Mr. P. Scott, Merchant Tailor,
Has just received and opening a general as
Choic8 Family 6ro[088[s8
WIUCH WILL UE SOLD
Low for Cash, or coun
The public generally are invited
to call and examine my stock be.
fore purchasing elsewhere.
The Highest Price Paid for
Sept 25 39 tf
Impro ved Hoe.
The LATEST and BEST
HOE for COTTON
Capital for gardens also.
To form an idea of its great adaptability andi
wonderful merits, come and examine. An
invoice jus t received by
jan 8 1 M AYES & MA RTIN. 4
Omeict CoUNm CoMmissro':ts,
NThe m C. Hi., S. G., Julv 22, hs7:.
ThCounty Commuissiouerz will receive
Bids for tlie huilding of a ne w Bridge aeros
the Luke Smith Branch, unitil theC 26thi day
of August, at which ime all Bids will he
considered. Specirieations can be sceen at
this ottice. DiENNrS MO ATE'S, i
BB & CO.
., Boois, Shoes, Hats, &c.,
antd a g,ood line of
0, Woodlen and Willow Ware,
lsi,)bS., 5 ar1l 11) ga1llon kegi, alFo a
-kwhent Flour in abun'ance.
E. II. O'N. IIARINGTON.
L. P. PIFER, A. M., Principal.
Kiss FANNIE LEAVELL,: Assistant.
Prof. F. WERBER, : : Musical Dep't.
The NEXT SESSION of this SCHOOL
vil" be-iii on 18:! SE 'E.1 llE , I 17;.
. 1 ar the tractie.Jl iu:is of life are 1
Vmern1 ats ilhoroughn i edticatiok cal h
ibiai- ;t this School as at anlv Yemalel
semiiarv in! thle ta 1,.
Tuition tromi 12.50 to k22.:, I io
'aid in advance or satisfactori!v secured.
Roarding can be obtained at a modertte
For par11iculars, illqlire ox S. P. BOOZER,
ee. Wd., or of
A. P. PIFEIZ, Principal.
Aug. 6, 31-tf.
WILLIAmsTON, S. C. 0
THE TTAIRD COLLEGIATE YEAR 1 ILL o
3EGIN OGT. 6, 1873, AND CLOSE JULY o,
, 1874. 0
The Institution claims a fair share of pa- o
rolage on the folloaing grounds:-Expe- o
-ienced and Cornpeteit Facllty ;ourse 0
xtensive, in independent departments; 0
ligh Standard of Scholarship; U--ausual. in- 0
lucemients to study ; Due attemtlon to mian- 0
iers, morals, and physical comfort; Domes- o
ic arrangements like a well governed o
iome ; Pure, wholesome air and water ; o
Che Gelei>rated Mineral Spring ; Con- o
'enience of access: Freedom fronm the in- o
erruptions inseparable fion lai-ge towns ; o
huilding convenient and commodious; o
,bapel ainple for any occasion : Furniture oi
iew; Musical Instruments excellent and in o
rder; No debt ; No sectarian influence ; o
o State control. 0
RATES Fon 20 WEEKS-IN ADVANCE: o
Board, exelttzive of washing and light;, o
jo.66; Regular Tuition, .l10.00 to :25.0'; 0
[o Ministers' datughters, free; Instrumental 0
lusic, $20.00; Latin, Greek, French, and 6
0ocal Music, Gratis.
REV. SAMUEL LANDER A. M.,
Aug. Q, 31-2m. President.
Knd study' in.the great Metropolis of the 00,
Mississippi Valley. antd find employ ment. o,
MOUND CITY o,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
10O9E BUSINES80MIIO0L I
Established 14 Years!
Lnd has furnished more business men to .t
radtuate tihan ten other similar institutions. "r
['o Young Men Seeking Em
'Je guarantee to procure situations on comn
letion of course, or refund i entire fees.
i?.eference to Students from Texas, Louis
utia, Arkansas, Mississippi and Alabama
Send for Circulars of thtis GREAT BUSI
~ESS SG HOOL, to '
T HOS. A. RICE, Pres.,
'210 and 212 N. 4th St.
July 30, '73-30-ly.
ILET it be distinctly understood that the
;in full blast and doing thing's up all right,
nd well prepared for a good run this Fall.
All kinds of work done in good style, in- ot
luding copying of old Pictures, Filling Pins, 01
~ings, &c. Ia
A fine lot of M
Come along during this pretty weather.
W. H. WISEMAN. P1
Oct. 2, 40-tf.li
DEALER IN C
AT TIlE 1
Baltimore Corner' I
Newberry, S. C.
lit.& I , It'$ (I WIFIELP,~
CO LVAI P .\; S .
IIave now in tvr :r SPRLNG
Il prtculirly in II.\ TS. tlt ian
I)t l, h:ai inl Small etbiinns
VIJUI udlrs :i0 wc will till
Oir CUSTOM DEPART'Dfl-ENT
di-ttit frionj Our NEA DY MA DE.
itil klu* pi)trns en do11 1oln be
We till t:ilm orderi. for Silil lTS.
unatrn:aPElI'tFE(CT F IT. We(
e1.1 0 00ods p1r i ,r.s ubjI 0(t to ex
t. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
COLUMBIA, S. G.
Mar. 19, 1 1-tf.
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Do Do not add to a mans appear- ooo
DO ance, and when WRIGHT & 000
DO COPPOCK ofereleg:mt new 000
DO ones, the old shouid be 000
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*FOR NEW AND0
Do Paid for with thanks; it this be 000
Do not done, other men with less 000
>o pretensions to beauty, wit 000
)o or intelligence, who aro 000
)o snarp enogin to 000
)o adorn them- 000
)o selves -in 000
Do WNil!- take the shine out of you. Our o,u
o Clothing is che.p, and of great 000
)O variety in style, and can be 000
)o seen oo
* WITHOUT COST =
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30 no 00harge . iade for bhoiiing 000
'0 them ; for we feel certain tnat 000
DO whzen once a customer.j calls 000
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DO And m~kci; a:; cainudon he will boo
DO nee be satisfied until he makes 000
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May. 21, 20-tf.
Stoi'es, T in Jm're, Ac.
( At his Old Stand,)
Is now prepared to supply the wholesale
ade and the citiz/eus of this and surround
g Counties, with the most approved kinds
Togcther with all varieties of
Fancy Cofiee Biggins,
eapots, &Cake and
Money Boxes, and
[OIilEF I1 ING GOOD8.
Neatly and ex.peditiously done,
0OFING and GUTTERING
MADE A. SPECIALTY.
Apr. 9, 14-tf.
LMOHL OF TIN SilOP.
ASmy lease on my~ present statnd expires
i the 20th of this month (March), I will,
and after that time, be found in the
rge store recen tly occupied by Abramns &
etts, as a Shoe Store, between Dr. Pratt
Ld Mr. Nathan, where I will carry on the
'in and Stove Business,
all its branches, and where I shall be
eased to see all my old customers and as
any new ones as desire anything in my~
te. I shall try, as hcretOfor', to give sat
action both as to price, quality of goods
W. T. WRIGHT.
Mar. 12, 10-tf.
One of the finest Plantations in Abbeville
)unty, (known as the Richard Davis place)
mtaining 820 aeres, 10'? acres of which is
:cellent bottom land. Pleasantly loeated.
pon the farm is an elegant Brick Mansion,
itlh eight rooms. This P'lantation is sit
ted a.bout four miles from New Market,
tile Greenville R. R. There is a road
numng directly thirough the place, thereby
adering it easy to divide the land into
veral distinct tracts if so desired. We
ould further st'te that a valuable Gold
ice has been discovered on the premises.
.ts preperty danu be treated for privately
any tino between this and the first of
tober ; if not disposed of befOre the ex
ration of that time it will be sold at Auc
an, at Abbeville C. H. For further in
rmnationi in regaird to the luatter, apply to
AuediOn at:d tommnission \ierehant.
die to flr. TI!'i crri c K e -.
ple.zile ii recominiendinlg hiI to o'lr, Iii
mor e o l.- A. t .- I :l ::. y.
T n. h- t o : a' f t - U OU .N i
te store of Mr. Th I ok.
SINGLE fUN & CC.
Ncw evrry , S. C., .!.v S,
It S. e beer: by the aiuve Card, that I
have pu;r hased, :l*,ni;,, :oek aild goodl
wil.! of ti ' MEs l-, I . SIN'l.ET N, : i: b,
my wurose to keep such a ztock and:
-ell at su.Ih ;r-!ces as ! iv t . ..tL
My stoccoists at p1resen.t of
fee, Flour, Syrups, &c.
Dry Goods, Clothing,
8OOTS, SHOES, &C.
I will sell Shoes a I; IgainI-.m-h: a
Ladi ' Sewes >hoes : n 1.---, to .
Pegg-ed at $1.25, to.82
.hare of patronac. T crepectflly S
May 28, 21-:;m.
1.TTm\NIO 0 N IIis
IMER US (ME
And so, also, is the
New and Elegant Stock
And the ladies anpb tieer:irally, at e
invited to examine our fine and large a.
Dress Goods, Calicoes,
gheetings, P1llow Ca-ingi,
And many other goods, too numerous 4u)
mention, and all of which we be- the pnb
lie to exanine.
Our motto is
QUICK SALES AND SHORT
P. . & Rt, S. 111C(I
Apr. 2, Ml-tf.
for Ladies andl Gents, and
A FlL I/NE OF
CALL AND IBE
To Mei'chants at Man
The Highest Market Price
Paid for Cotton or other
A pr. 2, 13-tf.
DO YOU WMNT
Excellenit in Quality?
IF 90o, G;O Tu
MRS. D. MOWER,
Where can be found Flo r, Bacou, Molas
ses, Sugar, Cofyee, Corni,
And Many Other Artices
At the Lowest Market
On the corner, and under the HIEItL
Oflice is the place
For Cheap Goods,
C hea.p P r i ces,
And the Best Attention.
W. T. TARRIANT,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Ha s,
Caps, Crockery, Saddlery, Harness, Trunks,
Leather, etc. A pr.914t.
The Couty Commuis.ionaers of Newberry
County, will receive Bids and applications.
until .August alt, A. D). 167t:-, to ebaInge tt"
Road and barilJ a newo bridge across .itteI
side of the tabutmnirts of the abov. ramed
Bridge will i.e locted ont J. L Sm:ith
hand,'and thre other ude of t he abutunetr.t otn
.Jaebona Tetague's land. Al! tIlaplat can
tind thre spcitiction int Cuty Gaottat
Jui), :30a.-4t. Chairman.