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SpecIal and Local.
Set:%V*A Wtt oIu
V1,iah' lands thr uaie.
t-speei :notice-reductiou in price' of
Card-of ir.-J. R Brown.
iar.hal l's earnest appeal.
Wobflls Rousehold Magazine.
T1.1-arltntrm Ne*s & Courier.
.Wn sFpeek'-s -Local .
,otiing-l- & Wv. c. S%affild.
LMter from Possuml Hollow will be insert
ed next week
John F. Speck. is receiving a large stock of
W:ehe.', Jewelry and Silver Ware.
utonUI c~alled to Messrs. R. & W. C.
Swaffleld's nev card. Their house is bne of
thetIn the, State, their stoek always bt
sigkepj up to the highest standard. All
gpods,.of le-. quality, warranted and at
reasonable prives. it.
ASOTIER PEPAr!TURE.-We regret that
or town has lot anotLer onc of its yotung
ej6mes, Mr. J. D. Pelor, who left here on
Monday for Acton,26 miles above Columbia.
on the iW. C. & A. . It , to eater upon the
important daties of assistant agent on the
road named. W ewish him success in his
N omited mention in last issue of our
great indebtedness to our young friend, John
-. Fair. for contributions to the local depart
tent of.the EsaLD,- wil& we were absent.
y/~w Tiease-accept thanks now, and gratty
':s by contianing to shed a little light when
We areirdebted to W. W. Houseal, Eq.,
who has jas! completed.the Census of chil
dren-between the ages of 6 and 16, for Schoo!
Diswic o. 1. ewberry Township, for the
Wite Male.....144 Colored Males....195
em-)DaleS..16 " temales..184
total nw.aiher white and Colored in the
Call at John F. Speck's .Jeweiry Store, and
ex..-ine the best stock in this line ever offer
,dd n Newberry.
A.c ATTzxcTxox.-The store of Mr. C F.
Jackson, Columbia, has grown with it. size
iW i larger popularity than It has ever
ha' elrl . Since his removal this gentle
ma-L has been able -to' make a much more
advantageous display of his elegant stock,
and thus together with the purpoze of sellin.
quickly, and therefore eheaply, he is adding
largely to his sales. A visit there when in
the city will do you no harm. it.
-TuE FiRsT BAm.-Dr. Wm. M. Kiuard, a
ebip cp the indomitable old block, Maj. J. P.
1., bears off the palm this season fur the
first bale of cot:on brought into market, Sat
urday, the 3Vth. Thc sampleshown us ranks
it as good, and as sneh was purchased 'y
Mr i*os. . larnov f0r,18 eents-weighit
Thbi" t the first b.le sold in the Connty,
syd both producer and buyer are entitled
MWao will bring in the next ?
'Fhe loventire .geniusof man is ever on
the reaeh after something grand, and start
ug-ts well as useful and ornamental, and in
/u6iher department than in that which the
ho&a.wife' reigas lady paramount, has art
and genius more distinguished themselves.
Andt to. Mests. Kingsland & Heath, of
CJotumbia. . -hould be awarded the palm of
merIt for Eatherinte ;ogether such an endless
variety of serviceable articles.in' this imnpor
taut line.' A lady visiing their store cannot
help exclaiming, "Well, I never," the tmean
inig of wiiich is that she never dreamed of
seeig so many handy 'things before. i t.
DFwrS:.-Mr. Daid P'iester, an esteezaed
ciin oft this County, died on last Thursday
wee'k. tie hadl been in bad health for some
are EUizabeth Rtiser, aged 60 years, after
an illness of e'ght months, died on the 18th
uit. isne ha left a husband and nine chil
Ont Tt-arsclav last, Air. Jacob Wicker, aged
atbogt fi yiars, diod. at Cap~ t nt's planta
tion, three miles from the C. .rt IIouse.
Died of .congestive chill during the last
week, at Welena, M1rs. Ada Syphan, eldest
daughter of H. P. Rives
If Jhohn F. Speck cannot suit ybu iin a pair
of spectaes or Eye Glasses, you need not
try any where else in the S-tate, for his stock
cannot be beat in S. C. 1
A oL,UXS POa WATS.-We propose to
set aparti a colamnaf>r the insertion of wants,
.he rate ol' charge for which will be only (30
-s. for five lines or. under, each insertion,
conting eight words to.the line.,. Wants are
iLwumerable, and endless.itt vai-iety, one
mI:-n 's sh to buy some speelial article, ano
the- w4gs toaell; perhaps_the swant i-s to
bear from'soane one, to -gt a. .sit&ation, to
1.,.- a ,ervant,, .to.rent a house,..to barrow
tcapittd, oi-.2, hundred other things. These
W-.Uts can h'e expressed in a few lnes. and at
tM- moderat" prices named, anyone can ad
vertise- if(yon want anything then, let us
inow it, and it shall be proclaimed through
the liaALD. in a column which wili always
lie looked over attentively.
War.L DoNE.--Whiile. standing on tht
street Miond.ay morning, in despair for a lo
cal, a pair of mules attached to a carriage,
started domyn h ill towards the depot, withoui
the knowledge otf the driver, and would have
made 'sad havoe in double quick time, but
for the timely itnterposition of Dr-. Motte,
who fortunately happened to bec near, ani.
who at an imminent risk sprang forward and
caght the right hand mule, with a grasj
whiehsalid thus far shalt thou go. It wau
nobly.and well done, and the U)octor is wor
Sthy of Praise. Hie will pardon us for making
pub.e an act, which no doubt he thought
bt little of,, and which he supposed was
scarcely noticed; but the scarcity of items
is oar excuse
E I RTHYOF IltRE-is the laborer It thi:
[e se.ognized-and we are sure every rfna
does so recognize it in h is own case-ther
v.-e should not be expected to publish any
and every kind of notice free of charge,c-r write
tiuK and speciail n6tices or th is m:tn or tha
+>siness..inst for the fun of the thin:t. Fat
Sve:y e-nmforting, all things being equal
otit will not pay in the conduet of a news
c,-mer. We are glad to receive news items a
'limes, and give than~ks besidcs, and ari
~Aays ready andl willing to advane any in
tere'r. or build any worthy man up in busi
a,btwe would have it rememibered the
ar :,lt the-e things rennferaiti is expected
aSen .ilJ .sonme people learn that an edito
.mnot live on air. OPur .time and brains ari
.rscek andt trade, es much as the mer
hnt's goods or the farmer's pro2tuce, and~
a is e pected for their use. just in th#
t-snC '3praO. hitid of it.
Anoller large lot of Silver Plated Forfs,
Spoons, Castors, Cups, Pickle Forks, &c. &c.
J u.t received and for sale cheap by John F.
MORE SHAi>E TEEES WANTEI>.-Shade
trees a!e popular in the 'summer season as a
resort for gentlemen of elegant lei ure, not to
xantion the boys, audas the number in
this town is quite limian the ujost fashion
able quarters, we respectfall3invite the a:ten
tion of our wortkv town fathers to this mat
ter. The fact :s, the want of more trees in
the best loafing places is freqently felt to be
a positive nuisance, the few uice places be
ing usually overcrowded in such a manner,
that the side-walks are blocked entirely up
to the inconvenience and- annoyance of
ladies and gentleman who wi-h to pass.
We suggest more trees then, with stationary
benches outside the walk, (instead of chairs
which can be placed in the way,) as by this
means no one locality will be overcrowded.
Plant them this fall, gentemeu, and ere
long, a! the grateful shade extends, very
many people who have too mtch considera
tion to interfere with the pleacure of those
who love to sit outside. enjoy the cool breezes
aid look at the ifus'pions, will b!ess'you.
..Tn ; DEnATING CLUB.-A number of the
young men of this town, with credit to tbemi
selves, have for some wechs past been asso
elated together as a debatiug club. O1i Mo
day night last it was our pleasure to atteud :t
meeting, on invitation, mid libten to an in
tervsting historical discussion, Mes-:rs. J.
Chapman,'O. B. Evans, and J. S. Fair in the
negative, and Jas. Blease, Y. J. Harrington,
and Jas. Hillhouse in the allirmative. The
discussion was. quite animated, considering
the difficulties to be encountered-a few gen
tleen vell up iu years who iibt bedispo
sed to critici-e, and a number of young !a
dies with bright eyes, and keen cars, who
hiht say sharp things : but notwithstand
ing all this, the arguments oU both sides wCze
pretty well sustained, and judging from this
effort, we are proud to say, that there is good
material i.i the youth of Ncw berry, and glad
are we that they are no: disposed to bury
their talents. The debate ciosud, and the
question properly decided in the iegative, by
the president, Mr. Ira 1B. Jones, an election
was then had for officers, which re.suited as
Pres. J. S. Spearman, Vice Pres. George.S.
Mower, See'y. Jas. Iie:se, reas. J. Hill
house, and 31onitor, '.. C. Moore.
The citb has (ur earnet w::hes ior di.
Letters uncailed tor, remaining in Newber
ry P. ()., S. C: W. L. Andrews, S. W.
ck with, C. ii. Bhekman, E. C. Brigge, C.
B I'uP , 1'. A. Clark, Ed. Cox, lart Cates,
Mrs. 1aty Churchil, -le. t.m1 on, G. G.
*WI ailt, Thoia! Rt. De-ields. Miss E!iza
Davis, Miss Zilla E-:ans, 1-I. H1. Folk, Miss
Nannic Farrow, I)r. T. W..liatson, Robert
IIargrove, col'd-care of Ivy Suber, Miss
Corrie Homes, col'd, David liiilstock,
Miss Frances Haney, Mrs. leachey Jane
Hubbard, H. 0. ienson, :ev. Juv. Johnson,
Mrs. Pinckney -lones, Mrs. Sarah E.- Lowe,
John F. B. Lagete, Mis. Natnie Leitzy, care
Frank Miller, Mrs. Sophia Livingston, Misses
Lucy & Sau Miller, care Frank Miller, L.
)1: 1-tiuk Mans, Mry MMor:is, .In-.
M.iy, caire S. Brown, Miss Claudia Norris,
care i)r. Norris, Prof. S. A. Ollever; Danger.
phil Parker, M.iss Josephine Poihill, Wmn. L.
Philipps, Miss Mary Itoaten, Miss Fannie
Ruth, care Laura Ruth, Mary Reid-col'dI,
West Ruiff, Miss Mary Smith, Uannah
SIu nds-col'd, care Henry Bragg, Henry
Sbcr, Miss Saille Shannon. care Major IIar
grVe7 Tr1os. T. Stillwell, Go. 13. Tuckt.r,
Messrs. Wolfe & Co., Mrs. Rachel. Woodruff,
Michael Werts, .iouathan Werts, Mrs. J. A.
A SL.OW ilmDE.-We give the following
story of a tmelancholy. night ride, just as
told us, for what it is worth. It is possibly
true, but as a joker of most inventive imau
gination is the author, we will not vouch for
it. His statemeu t is that a worthy planter
in conmpany-with a friend, started from New.
berry after night in a buggy, with a pair of
mles. The pair-not the mu cs-enmgaged
in anim:tecd conversation, did not for the
first hour note that the motion of the vehicle
was very slow, and tihat it moved only by
jerks.. Mtee awhile it struck themi forcibly
that they were progressing most miserably
low. It was pitchy dark, the mules could
Inot be seen, nor for that mat ter could they
e felt with the whip, which was plied vig
orously and fact-the only fast thing about
it. The harder the cuts, more vigorous the
cries to 'go along,' the slower the buggy
seemed to move.. It wa pushing patience
beyond enduranec, the wh ip hand jumped ou t
and felt for the tamp of his right animnule,
but it was not in the place it should have
been. His hair began to crawl, and tho ugh
not a superstitious man, the idea that some
superhuman agency was slowly conveying
him and his companion off, took possession
of his mind, and reeling and staggering with
the thought. he found himself at the end of
the buggy tongue, anid tolis infinite relief was
enabled to exclaim, "Here's your mule!''
Stre enough there they were, fastened only
by the collar straps, and pulling backward.
The party had only to fasten the traces,wli ieb
was neglected in the first instance at starting,
when they were enab!ed to putsh along antd
keep moving.., No wonder they progressed
slowly. Since then they always examnine
Pc-N'tc.-On Friday last the frolie, prom
ised byv Messrs. J1. P. & A. C. Sligh at the
Da:vis place.camne off,atnd happily the realiz a
tion was perfect. In consequence or' the
rain on the previous afteuioon, and the con
tinued heaviness of the sky, not a few who
anticipated going concluded not to catch
their fried chickens, consequently they did
not get out. Trer were enough there, how
ever, to till the house conifortably and to
make the time pass pleasantly, without-jam,
press or squeeze, a condition objectionable
to quiet, sedate people like ourself. There
were two or three who wieled fiddle bows
in excellent style, and each having a fiddle.
there was no end to music as well as tripping
on the light fantastic. -Even the old people
attempted to shuffle off their wveight of years
and cares through their heels. One couple
especially aie worthy of' notc-Maj. J. K. G.
N. and Mrs. A.--what were years and weight
of body to them. It was good to see them
ct and comec again, up tihe middle and
down, and how beautifully tile pigeon wing
wa< exectd. There was another who ahnost
took tihe palm away from them, in the per.
son of Dr. B3. He is a stunner in the heel
and toe exercise. We cannot mention more
of thenm, or aught else of the dancing, except
tat A. C. S., who directed the figuring,
con't:rituted largely to the fun in causing tte
copes to mix in happy confnsion. 'Thiere
was no end of change partners in the pleas
ant muddle, hut it mattered not-the muddle
onit' made the time more enjoyable. There
were some there who arrived early, wh'lo felt
msgvng that the supply of chicken would
e short--not the writer this time-but the
s)read of the table happiy rglieved all fears.
guere was pleniy, enough for each and a1;
besides many other meats and good things.
It is gratifyin~g to our feelings to state that
Swe are not al..ae in kve with chicken. andi
i; ur friend,. .1. K. G N.. airrady aludedh te,
...m ci , P- j a L an wear ilhe rp.ihn in
future. le c:ml hide away lore it om1
standing than we vai at tvo efor?s, every
thing bein eual. We would like to sa3
more about tihe plea-ait atrair, the maii,
beautiful daimiscis pre,ent, the number ol
babies who did not cry, the extraordinary
gathering of hungrv colored folks, tht
charininz si:uatiotn, t.ver garden, grounds,
house, and the very remarkable absence of
bid behavior during the meal, notwithstand
that the usual nui ber of half grown, hungry
looking boys were lreent; all these thing
we leave f'r the reader's imagination to
ABoUT TM Tow- AND COUNTY.
Fine rains since la.t issue.
The turnip crop is promising.
Business is begit'.ing to open.
Owing to the opem ; cf cottol.
The first bale of new co.ton is anxiously
looked for-it has come-see another para
An old lady says she fears some members
of the re-constructed band will blow their
I lie attenaince in town on sale-day was
not large, nor did anything specitl occur.
The larness, 6aldle and Cari'rage Ware
rooms of Webb, Jones & Parker, are as cot
plete as any in the State. ,
The protracted meeting at New Chapel, in
charge of Rev. .J. L. Sltiord, closed ou Wed
iucsday afternoon. There were several ae
cessions to the Church.
The Methodist congregations round and
about Pomaria, commence a camp meeting
on Thursday the 11th, at Wicker's camp
Religious services were held in the Baptist,
Lutheran, Presbyterian and Metbodist
Churches on Sabbath, by their respective
pastors. The Episcopal being closed in con
sequence of nucEssary.absence of pastor.
Saturday and Sunday,iii the Lutheran, were
devoted to Conference business, and quite
a uumber of delegates were present. In the
afternoon of Sabbath the Sunday Schol was
the subject of several interesting and appro
priate addresses, enlivened with the singing
.of benutitul hymns.
For your own aud children's sake, learn to
speak geutly. They will remember that toue
when tyou are under the turf. So thev will
remember a harsh or angry tone.
Remember that an onion divided in two,
and one-half placed on each eye is vouched
for as an effectual remeby against drow.i
Nearly all of the AIL-ions from the com
monwoalth of Newberry have returned,
much benefitted by mountain air, good
water, and, (if no one objects,) fried ch icken.
Our merchants are making ready to go
North-their object in going is simply to
please the ublic. Give them credit.
Messrs. Vright & Coppock have greatly
improved and fortified the plank awning in
frout of their buildings on Mollohon.
A tine lot of horses and mules arrived at
Pool's stables last week.
Signs of improvement are everywhere evi
dent, in town and County-side-walks and
streets are being widened, Main St., from.
the corner of Adams, to Maj. Jone:, and
Bondary from the corner of McKibben.
Mr. John Martin has drawn in his fence.
Prosperity tecelved several car loads of
brick during the last week. The town is
ri,ing ra:pid ly from its ash: a1d ere fall
will be doing a line busincsr.
On Saturday last there was quite a lively
r:de, the streets being filled with wagons.
On the samea day we saw a subscriber in
town who has for sometime past - been pro
misng to pay us. We regret to say he fail
ed to come.up. -
Never make a promise, redder, unless you
intend to frilfill it.
rThe cry by dt:y is-fan~ us- or we me-lt;
towards mnorning it 'is, 'give us a quilt, our
bloeod.s grows chilly.
.A nense barbecue crones off to-day
Wednesday-at Botuknight's Ferry, and it is
thought that a t least two thousand persons
will b)e there, and pjreparations are beciung
made accordingly. Thle oc-cas ion, we learn,
is a Masouic elebration. We return thanks
for atn invitation to attend.
By noticing Mr. Sill's advertisement the
citizens of Newberry will perceive, and it is
requestedl that they bear it in mind, that het
has resunied his old and legitimate business,
and will be happy hereafter to satisfy as well
as gratify all who give him their custotm. iIt
promises to furnish good meats, and to cul
acording to iloyle or in approved city style.
NEWBERcRY, S. C,, September 2.-Cottor
LIVERPOOL, September 1.-Cotton steady
-uplands Sl; Orleans W.
NEW YoRK, Septemnber 1.-Cotton quiet
s'les 2,379 bales, at 2Ca201. Gold 15%a15i7.
Accs-rA, Septemibec 1 -Cotton dull
CH.1 R LES-TON, September 1.-Cotton quiC
-tmiddling 17k. -
Wo>uow GLASS.-Great attention is not
deservedly paid to theo kinds of Window
Glass used in dwellings, stores and churches
All qunalities of American and French Win
dow, Pietere, Photograph, Cut, Ground
Enamieled and Colored Glass, wholesale and
retail, from Mr. P. P. Toale, No IIaytm
street, Ch:arleston, S. C. Send for-pric<
card. Sep 3, 35-1m.
The fall trade has how opened, and wit]
a view to meet all its requiremetnts, Messrs
I. UI. Ilmta. & Co., Proprietors of the Grea
Sothe-rn Builders' Emnporiumt, Charleston
S. C., have made at tlie Factories, larg<
quntities of Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &c.
from fully seasot-ed lumber. Their immensa
saes e:a.ble them to offer number one worn
at low prices. Before begitnning you
buildiing, send for their price list and siz
crid. They arc also Agents for Ashtoia
JRooin:g Felt and Paint. Last year million
of feet were sold for covering roofs, linin
rooms, paiting, &c.- Sep 3, 35--1m
The feeH-i and debilitated usually fate;
they arc in a more hopeless condition thaa
they really are. The resources of nature ar
not'easily exhousted. Even when sti-engtl
and appe-tite fail, u-len the-eyes. ate hear;
and lustreless, the complexion pallid, th
nerv-es tremulous, time body attenuated, an<
the mnd depressed, there is generally;
reserve of latenat power behind such palpi
ble evidences of weakness. Various mode
of treatment are resorted. to by physician
in the hope of developing and renderin;
availatble this store of sleeping vitality, bt
the surest, and indeed the oinly thorongl;
safe and reliable means of awakening th
dormant entergics of the systemn is a cours,
of Ilostetter's Stomtachi iitters. Electricity
shower baths, the ilesh brush, sea bath:ing
ke., may be weil enough in: their way, a
axiliaries, but '.hey do not r-each the sourc
of the evil. Al: physical debility proceedi
eihr r onm a derangemetnt of the function
o' he a-.:huilating, secretive and vital or
an- or f onm a.:luggisht constitution. Il
ither ca, and also in eas,.4 w here boti
cause- exis, the Bitters aPi intvar i.bly ptrc
duce... .:nediate a:;d salutary change i
the ceondition of the patient and eve.ntuali
a con.ple-te cure. None of the dangercu
alkaods, too often admninistered as tonics
can; be otherwise than. deleterious ude
such circustances, and to give mercury i
po:-itively crinminal. The direct effect c
the~ greait vegetable specific will be mtani
eted i- alt imtproved appet;te, ia mor,
cheerf'ul fi me of' miud, u gradual t e-tunt c
'te.gth, an increase of i-Ih, and, a h:ealth
- coei:en tt. .i eanw hile', however~t, th<
eostitution, if ine';-t and fee-lde, u:lil havi
H A T S,
H. & W. C, SWAFFIELD'S
CL OT HING
Our CUSTO.)\ DEPART.MENT
is replete with all the lattest stylies ol
FOREIGN GOODS, il charue of a
(T'TTEE fresh from one of the must
Fashionable fouses in the North.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
COLUMBIA, S. G.
Sep. 3, '5-tf.
E. F. DA\E:. D. . WADE.
T11E USE111, STOE ROUND THE CORNER.
New York and Domestic
Poultry, Game, Eggs, Butter,
Lard, Cheese, &c.
NORFOLK OYSTER DEPOT,
Ne-t to Dr. Jackson'e,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Orders Promptly Attended To.
Mar. 5, q-tf.
New berry, S. 0.
BUSINESS * NOTiCE
The busIiness he retofore conducted unde:
the namte and si.yle of M. Nathan & Son, ir
coCtquece of the death of the senio1
partner, will be conducted in the futur<
under my own name, and all the liabilitie!
of the concern assumed by me. All partie:
indebted will umke payment by the 10tl
Thankful for the patronage extende'd th<
firm in the past, I respectfully :ask a con.
tinuance of the tame to myself, and pr omn
ise to render such satisfaction as will b<
accep)table to a generous p.THAN,
Successor to M. Nathan & Son.
Anog 27, :u--1m.
FAIR lNOTICE TO ALL.
All persons indebted to the old firm o
ABRAMS & METTS, are earnestly begge<
to call and settle by the FIRST DAY 0J
SEPTEMBER, as it is my intention to clos
up the old blisiness at once. Therefore
take due notice and let it be done.
Aug. 20, 33-3t. T. P. ABRAMS.
SEND FOR THE BEST!
I Swamp Views
ANDl TIHlE .FINEST
Mountain Scenery in America
Scenes PecuLiar to the South am
Never Berore Published.
FOR SALE AT
STILE PRINCIPAL BOOK STORES.
MORGANTON, N. C.
JOHN FE SPECK,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
ALL AND~CET OMR,
3,000 CASES BC
We are now receiving from the Manuf,
of 101TS, SHOES AND.TRUNKSof every
a1y othr Market.
Merchants visiting Charleston are invit
2 UAYNE STI
SAMUEL A. ISON.
Aug. )7, 34-2m.
Pintatioii Supplies, Dry Got
Kep con.,wta.tly ui
Flour, Corn, Tol
&C. , Pink E
Also a choice arliclo ol N 0. Mola,ses, i:
choice A \o. I article GoAhen Bitter, and
Give us a call.
JNO. E. WEBl". THuS. M. I
Jan. 29, 4-t.
Woull resn et fully in furm hi.s firiie ani
cu4tom rs :bat le has inl -ture, awl] is con.
stanitly reen,1C Ilt a br1 11:, u-ipply of .
Al:., a full .upi of Ladies,(entS, lovs
and Gh! -
DRY GOODS, &C.
Conc amd see ic bifor you buy, as I
promise to SAVE Y01' Mi)NEY.
I have on land a large so-ply of that
Firmer, now plentv rf jait, I.rly and
Iye, anud -a *e buying Corn nex\t Summier.
THOS. F. HARMON.
C('onpiating a change in our business
it in oarly day we have determirned1 t el
g.oods in the future
AT SHORT PROFITS
W ith our ex p rienlce w e are sattisfied thatit
wilhl be to our intereist a- well as the
Interest of Those With
Whom We Deal,
to onfne urovesstrictly to thre (;A.Cil
SYSTIEM,a.nd SUL LFOR SII 'i'BTPOFITA
We hope our faien d-, aind th public 'gene
rally, wi I g i e us atrial i,ider this newa
system upon which we n1ow enter, and we
will endeavor to inake it to the.ir interest to
give us their patronaige.
WE WILL KEEP
A good stock of
Heavy and Family Groceries
anid a (ONSTANT SVPPLY of the
to the examination of which we invite al.
pe,sons5 wishing to purchase goods In on
line before they make their purchases.
11, MOIIM & 10.
Al1 personsS indebte.d to us by note 0o
faccount, arc most carnes.tly requested tt
niake paymnent at once. All oti claimis ar
past due arid we must have them settled
We mean what we say.
R. MOORMA N & CO.
Miir. 10, 1873-10-tL
Are receiving theiar FAl L SElPPLY of
CU T-LE RY,
WIaOD arid Dl@ MaIiaI
SADDLERY and WHiPS,
([UBER WO0iJ PIMPS
ETC., ETC.. ETC.
Thie Teniperantce Advocate,
ESTABLISHED SEPTEMEBER 1, 1870.
1 the only Temzperrnc" PI"per ;Q
KFRANK P. BEARD,
Editor and Pro pritor,
OTS AND SHOES
teturers a very large and wol! seiceted Stock
de.zeriPtion, which will be .<ohi as loW as in
ed to exainihe otir Stock.
EMINC & CO.,
EET, OoNl F CHUlRCHi STREET.
SE.T-: 0 ;i.,\u.uI.
BB & Co.,
ids, Boobi, Shoes, Hias-, &c.,
hand a 5ood li:- t
i kl !: :On fro',
ef PutAtt);, k e.
hhis, i hi-. 5 an i 0 o!!.:n Legs, also a
.AKE. 11. O'S. IIARiiSGTON.
BAGGING, TIES, &c.,
WHOLESALE A\ND R.TAIL,
J. H. O'Neill, Agt.
('orn1er Caldwell :11,1( friend."its.
Opposite '\r. P. Scott, Merchant Tailor,
llis just received and opening a gencral as,
Choice famili Docedes,
WIH. WILL BE SOLD
Low for Cash, or coun
The public gonerally are 'nvited
to call aid examine my sto-,ck be
rore purchasing elsewhere.
The Highest Price Paid for
Aept 25 39 'f
The best.ORGANS of the Reed
class IN THE WORLD.
The Best for Churches anid 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 Qrchestra'and Stage.
These instruments, which for sweetness of
tone and elegance of appointment stand unri
valled, have met with unprecedented success
in this country and abroad.
E. P, EHlM & %
ESTABLISHIED IN 1846.
Nos. 1413, 145, & 117 East 23d St.,
Responsible parties applying for agencies
in sections still unsupp'lied, will receive
prompt attention and liberal inducements.
Parties residing at a distance from our a u
thorized agents-, niay order from our factory.
Send for illustrated price list..
Aug. 13, 32-Gm.
LET it be distinctly understood that the
is i:n full blast and doing things up nil right,
an~d well prepared for a good run this Fall.
AlIl kinds of work done in good style, in
clu,din-i copying of old Pictures, Filling Pius,
A fone lot
Comet along during this pretty weather.
W. H1. WiIE.MAN.
Oct. 2, 40-tf.
L 0. DARGAN,
CHARLESTON,- S. C. .
. rS:rSaRF -:
.i.nmes Adger & Co., Lankers, Obarles
ton, 3. C.
L. In Mowry, Pres. Union Bank, Charles
tonn S. C. Aug mr. $3--3m.
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May. 21, 20-t-.
HIoAP, Ti, RWrc "Hi
(it his Old 5fStandl,)
Is now prupared to supply the wholesale
tr.4i0 :11t! the- citiz(-i,s 'o. this and(] siirround
-..:t a roved !bini's
Together with -.l vri e
Fancy Cof1ee Biggins,
Teapots, Cake and
Money Boxes, and
ROOFING and GUTTERiNG
MADE A SPECIALTY.
.Apr. 1', 1 1-tf.
EMOI 4161 TIN Sil0P,
AS my'. lease on4 my presenstnexre
on :hie 2?1th of thi month (March), 1 will,
0on and4 afte r that 1time, be 10ound( in tie
large.. Store r cewly oJccupil by .\bramns &
Met ts, as a~ Shoe Storo, beltween Dr. ?ratt
and Mr. Natha.n, wheIre I .'l! carry on th
Tin and Stove Business,
in all its b.aniches, and v4 .c:e I shal1l be.
pleasel to see all myi o'2 c:lsto:ners and as
many new tone a10 s desire .mythh.g in my
line. 1 sh::ll try, as heretofore, to give sat
isfaction41 both as to price, <;uality of goods
W. T. WRiGHT..
One of the fmnest Plantations in Abbeville
County, (known as the Richard Davirsplaee)
containing 820 acres, 100 acres of which is
excellent bottom land. Pleasantly loegted.
Upon tbe farm is an elegant Briok Mansion,
n th eight rooms. This Plantation is sit
uated' about four miles from New Market,
Onl the Greenville R. R. There is a road
runnmng directly throutgh.the place, thereby
rendering it easy -to divide the land into
several distinct tracts if so desired. We
would inther state that a valuable Gold
Mline has been discovered oni the premises.
This property can be treated for privately
at any time hetween this and the first of
Uctober; if not disposed of before the ex
oiration of that time it will be sold at Auc
tion, at Abbeville C. H1. For further in
formation in regard to the matter, apply to
Auction and Commui;;ionliMerchant,
June 2,a -i- Columbia, S. C.
Electro Chemical Baths.
Persons engaging3a'th-, and having had,
hours assigned them, failing to meet their
enlgagements without giving notice at least
two hours before the'appointed hour, will
be chiarged the same as if the Bath had
been taken. It re41i:es about two hours~
to prepare the Bath, and w.hen 0once pre
pared it can be 0of1 no4 us0e-Lept to the per
son for whli t j.sintendedl, henee it i.s
apparent that it should be paid for.
Si:igle Baths, Cash........... .00
A course consisting of 20 Baths, each 2.54
One-half payable in advance. the balance
at the termination of the course.
No Baths will be given on the Sabbath
except in eases of necessity.
J. D. BRUCE, M. D.
Joly 1l, 28-tf.
The LATEST and BEST
HOE for COT.TONY
Capital for gardens also.
To form an idea of its great adaptability andl
wonderful merits, conme and examine. Au
invoice just received b
jun8 $&1 LAm 2. vwr
Dry (oon. Vanel ir
A:A so. also, is tihe
New and Elegant Stock
And' (7e ':adies an, p lie ge:-r. Jiy, are
i:Vte to7 ex..l: *...:.e al:'! i1rg& a
I Hui "0
Dress Goods,C ,
lS:boidrie, L: ls
a' '77'! 7H F r.ll ings,'V i ain ,
1ue.1v oto is
QUICE S.RES AN0 SIORT
S h IN SI:'iCE ITUl
for L:1is and Ge.nts, aNI
A FlL I/ANEVE
CALL AND BE
To Merchants at Man
The Highest Market Price
PaId for Cotton or other
DO YOU WANT
Excellent in Quality?
IF 80, ';o To'
MRS. D. MOWER,
Where can be N:nd F"lou:r, 1 eon:, M o!as
Anid Many Qther ArticIei
At the Lowest Market
On the corner, and under the II:.wL
Oflice is th' plc
For Cheap Goods,
C.h ea p Pri ce s,
And the Best Atter'!on.
A.pr.: - ti
W. T. TARRtANT,
Dry Goods, G;rocries, Uoot, se. Hatfsi,
Caps, Croek.ery, Sald!lery, liarnesi., Trunks,
Leather, etc. Apr. 9, 14-tf.
Most Wonderful Invention
OF THE ACE.
3. IMosea Electro-Galvanie, Pat. June 2d, '68
At:ached to theQ'e p'tne Specacle
arc ta o scientificl' if r'ctcr'te (.' :ni
Batteries---meen whlen wor'-deli:ring
through the n:erves of the he d
A Soft and Continucus Streamn of Eletricity,
Vitalizing and giving heLalhy aeintte
SOIXTELY an~d CERTAINLY CUR:~i
Partial Paralysis of '.e Optic Ner'.., Weack
or Diseased Vision, Neura!gi' of thec Headi
or Face, Nervous Twitch~es in thm . Ecles
of the Face, Noise in the Head, Loss of
Mental Enhergy, and a host1 of Nervous Dis
eases arisin(g from depression of the nervoz:
energy of the system.
Contributing in a most astonishing de
LIFE, VIGOR AND HIEALTH,.
By the means of thte soft and lloing streamn
of Electricity, giving brighctnes.s to thec l ,
qjuickneCss- to the Ear, and en:ergy to um.
They are set withi lenses of the fi:.st
manuf1acturec, to7 suit all sigh1ts,&i an with
glasses for those not needing Spec:acles to
read withc, baut desirin:g the bhenefit5 to b
are to be h7adin this viint only.
JOHN F. SPECK,
Watchmaker anid Jeweler,
Decaler in Watches, Clocks, Jewehry,
Silver and PU4ed WVre,
NEW DERIt, S. C.
None are Genuine unless each p:air stamped
J. MOSES' ELECTRO-GALVANIC,
Patented Ju.e 2d, 158
A pr. 9, 14-af
500 Cordsh of TA X' K, for ule.
38.0 pf er Cord wi!! be paid on d7'l;i- n:.
Apr. 9,14-.tf Tanney.