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Special and Local.
., U. Marshall-Poetry and prose.
Sheriff's Sale. -
To Rent-By Mrs. Mower..
Piles Cured-By Dr. Clopton.
Petition for. Partition-C. Lark, Probate
Ra.y-The Wise settlement experienced
last Thursday the heaviest fall of rain in
twenty years. A single smal creek raised
Saluda River six feet in the short space of at
hour. A heavy rain fell here on Sunday
night. We are having too much rain foi
cotton, since it is opening so rapidly.
For the gkeatest variety of Housekeeping
articles, the visitor to Columbia is invited to
visit.the store of Mess~rs. Kingsland & Heath,
under the Columbia Hotel. No better, larger
or more varied stock of China, Crockery,
Glass, Wood, Willow, Tin, br Stove Ware
can be found. Their assortment of orna
mental goods is large and beautiful. It.
PILES CURED.--All persons siffering from
piles are advised to read the card of Dr.
Clopton in this paper. In addition to the
testimonials there given, we mention that we
have seen a' private letter from Prof. Patrick
or Gree'ville, in which he states that an
operation performed on him by Dr. C. has
proveda 'success. We advise sufferers to
call at P9ol's Hotel and see the Doctor.
EDECATIoNrAL.-We are pleased to see
once more at home Prof. A. P. Pifer, of the
Female Academy, and Prof. Wm. Brooks, of
the MaI Academy.
The Male Academy opened at short notice
on Monday. The Female Academy will
open to-day week. We advise pupils to be
prompt in entering at the beginning of the
B.tSE IBALL.-There was a ~contest on
Thursday between the 1st Nine and the New
berrians, In which the former came out vic
tors. Did not learn the score.
On Saturday afternoon, the 2d Nine White
Stockings played an interesting game with
the Newberrians, in which the latter won the
victory, scoring 36 to 31. There were several
fine plays made during the game. Duration
of gamud 2.25.
G. & C. R. R. AccDENSTs.-The up passen
ger train on Saturday ra-off the track at Sald
d; Old Town,but without doing much damage
to ei:her e*gine or coaches. We are sorry to
add' however, that the engineer, Mr. Smith,
was.slightly hurt. The down passenger did
not arrive until 6, p. m.
The heavy rains on Sunday night washed
away a trestle at Littleton, ten miles below
Alston, and in consequence, the trains could
not cross on Monday. The down passenger
returning reached Newberry at 7 p. m.
W. H. WIszx.tx.-We are pleased to men
tion, for the benefit of those in the country
who are not aware of the fact, that our resi
dent artist..Mr. W. -H. Wiseman, is once
more at home, and prepared, after the sum
mer's travel, in which not only his health
has been iproved hat his experience in his
bezutifil art largely increased, by meeting
his brother artists in Photographic Conven
tion, as well as by opportunities afforded
from visits to many .popular galleries else
where, to receive visitors and take pictures
,in all the various styles and sizes known to
the profession. Visit him ye people, of all
sexes, sizes and ages, and secure counterfeit
Dran.BIcAL..-Onl last Sunday morning
week, Coleman Hicks, colored, sent one of
his children to a spring for water, and in a
short time the child returned and reported
the spring dammed uni, and floating on top a
piece of cloth tiea up, containing something
inside. Eurther investigation proved the con
te nts to be arsenic, and besido,at the bottom
of the spring was found a small bottle with
mnore, of ,the same deadly poison. Tracks
were found near thespot and were traced to
the eabin of one Geo. Gallman, also colored.
It was further elicited that Gialiman had
threatened to do Hicks and his family harm
wihout putting h.is hands-on them, and fur
ther, another colored man states that he was
in the drug store when the poison was bought
and saw the wife of Galiman get it. The
would be poisoners have both been arrested
and lodged in jail to await trial, and it Is to
be hoped, conviction. No punishment is too
severe for these fiends. Had the poison not
been discovered in time, it is supposed that a
large number of colored people would have
becus victims, as the spring is on a public
road and near by where they were then hold
ing a camp meeting. The locality where this
piece of diabolism was d'one, is in the fork of
Saluda and Bush Rivers, on the Johnsto,ne
*CAxe MEETING.-The meeting at Wick..
.er's Camp Ground, commenced according to
Sappointmen t on Thursday last, under favor
able circumstances. The preacher In charge
of die circuit-which includes that section
INev. J. L. Shuford-was there in time to
welcorme the varions ministers who were in
attendance, viz: Ptes. Elder, Henry Mood,
Revs. Manning Brown, Wus. Hutto, 5. W.
Murray, E. L. King, A. . Cauthen, - Chap
peli, W. H. Whittaker, Geo. Boyd, M. M.
Boyd, and J. C. Counts. The ground se
lected for the purpose is a beautiful knoll,
convenient to a fine, bold spring, and was
given to the church as a camp ground by
Mr. Thos. V. W icker, to whom the numerous
company in attendance are under many
- bligations, not only for that, but for very
many other favors and kindnesses. There are
only about one dozen double board and shin
gle covered tents erected, but it was sur
prising to us that their capacity for accom
modation was so great. The large and gen
erous hospitality manifested by all the tent
ers with whom we came in pleasant contact,
was not so surprising, because it is under
stood that none biut large-hearted, whole
souled, and warmly influenced christian peo
pIe occupy such onerous positions, and take
upon themselves tasks which require not on
ly a vast amount of patience, but of expense.
We take this nomeion to thank our kind
friends for their warm welcome and abundant
cheer, and the only regret felt is, that all the
many invitations-so freely offered could not
be aceepted. On Thursday and Friday the
attendance was not very large, but on Satur
day the crowd began to swell into goodly
numbers, and the meeting to grow in warmth.
On Sunday it was at its height, a very large
number from town and surrounding country
being added to it. and the exercises of thal
day were Interesting and impressive. We d<
not mention '.he sermons preached , nor*by
whom, for thme reason that each minister pres
en toccupied the pulpit in proper time, ani
w ith much benefit, it is hoped,wt the congre
gation.- Unfortunately, in the afternoon ol
$unday, at the 3 o'clock sermon, a rain be
gan to tall, and the exercises of that houw
were interrupted by the hasty exit and pre
ei;,itate leaving of all those who were ther
only for the day, and among the number wha
started homeward in the rain was the writer
and a buggy full o.f responsibilities. From,
th ecamip to Capt. Phil. Slighs, and his goot
.vi-e umr Betsv's house. v:as five miles, bu
the distance was just long enough to thor
ougIly wet a pair of legs not quite short
enough for th.oceasion. Those extremities
perforce having to daugle outside in .conse
quence of a trunk which filled the space in
side. When will'the time come when people
can travel without trunks,boxes, bundles,and
other litter? The rain served one good pur
pose though, in beating off some clayey mud
from the feet and legs of the two boys who also
had a part of the in bodies outside. At night
fall we reached the sheltering arms of Aunt
Betsy; warmed up with good coffee, filled up
with many good things, nor the least of which
was a dish of sweet potatoes made sweeter
by a good old Dutch process in which -sugar
and- creamy butter largely and floatingly
predominated, then in a pair of uncle Phil's
unmen tionables and sock continuations, read
er, we were as happy -as a king. On the
road to this happy resting place, we wit
nessed two accidents-the one a sudden
breaking of a buggy's cover, the fulling Off of
wh ich threw a lady out, over the wheel into
the muddy road. Tfe other, the baulkiug of
a horse on the rise ofa steep hill, who cut up
so baJly that a lady in that buggy jumped
out. We had never before witnesssed such an
agilejump, it was a clear spring, upward
and over the wheel of nboui 6 orI feet. We
are glad to say neither one of these ladles
But we must close-but not before hoping
that we will be able to state ere going to
press, the number of conversions resulting
from the meeting at Wicker's Camp Ground,
up to the period of its termination. .
One word more-on Saturday night a
number of young men, where from and who
we know not, nor did we inquire, for the
reasonlthat we would have been only the more
mortified if their names had been familiar, in
*he most unbecoming and scandalous man
ner, disturbed the camp, with loud cries,
vulgar language and other unseemly conduct.
The order at previous camnp meetings had
been so good that it was not deemed neces
sary to have out a guard, hence the immuni
ty of their disgraceful conduct. In the morn
ing we learned that .the officeys of the Church
knew who the parties were, and that the
intention was to have them arrested and
brought to court, but that the offenders had
plead so earnestly to be let 'alone for this
time that they had consented. We think it
a mistaken kindness -such violators of law,
order and decency should be made to feel
that decent people, assembling together for
religioUs or any other purposes, have rights,
and dare to maintain them.
ABOUT THE TowN AND COUNTY.
The summer's heat is over.
Caldwell's Creek was up on Wednesday af
The Bouknight barbecue was huge in pro
Mr. B. H. Lovelace has returned from the
upper regions in good condition.
Dr. S. F. Fant, we are pleased to say, has
also returned-fresh and vigorous from the
mountain regions,,he is prepared for the fall
Capt. C. B. Buist has done the biggest
thing in new cotton, having bought three
bales-two from Mr. S. McKee, at 17 ets.,
and one from Mr. Bishop, for 17,, and all in
one day. The Captain is a trump.
Mr. McD. Metts has, we regret to say,. re
tired finally from the Shoe House, he has so
long had the honor to preside over. IIe goes
into the same business in Charleston, with
Messrs. Stoddard & Bros. Good luck attend
The pleasure of seeing In our midst the
happy face of the Rev. A. 3. Cauthen and his
amiable lady, fell to our lot on Thursday
last. The Rev,. gentleman was on his wny
to Wicker's Camp Ground.
A tumble in molasses-which unfortunate
ly did not affect prices-occurred at T. F.
Harmen's store on Wednesday. A hogshead
seemed bent on a burst, but lucaily fetched
up, after falling down cellar, without dam
age. A HrnrT after the man who did the
GE~NR.irShip resulted in finding him in a
corner badly scared, but the HAnxON-ious
proprietor restored order, and treated to
The old lady who entertains the fear that
some of the members of the band will blow
up their gizzards, is informed that the boys
highly apprecIate .her sympathy, and.will
not blow so furiously and long and late at
night hereafter. They will not only take
proper rest themselves, but show considera
tion for suffering humanity. They promise
besides to change their tune.
.A new bng has been discovered that will
destroy the potato bug. The new bug bores
into the potato ariti strategetically lays in wait
for the other bug. The discoverer's atten
tion has been directed to this, as the potato
still.snffers, but he has yet made no response.
He is supposed to be chasing after another
bug that will destroy the bug that destroys
the potato bug.
The brick store formerly occupied by McFall
&r Pool, has been opened with a full stock of
shoes, by Mr. Rt. F. Phifer.
The lady who tapped her husband gently
with a fan at a party the other night, and
said "Love, it's growing late, I think we had
better go home," is the same one who after
getting home shook the rolling-pin under his
nose and said, "you infernal old scoundrel
you, if you ever look at that mean, nasty,
calico-faced, mackerel-eyed thing that you
looked at to-night, I'll bust your head wide
The second bale of new cotton was sold by
Mr. J. J. Lane to Mr. M. Foo t. Weight 455,
Nancy .Jackson, n colored woman, well
known to this community as a pastry cook
and furnisher of suppers, died on last Satur
The farmers are quite busy preparing for
cotton picking. The staple Is opening rapid
ly, though the weather is unfavorable for
Now is the time for planting turnips for
stock. Plant an acre. It pays well.
FOR THE HE?.ALD.
Mu. EDITUR.-Az I wur at the 'cue uv
Wednesday, across the River, and as I seed
you war bizzy with several interestin and
luvely ladies most av the time, I naturally
koukiuded yure mined mite be so match
agetatid with konflicting emoshuns konse
quint on the variety of topicts under revue
that you would not be able to make nmany
notes, and I therefore tuk a fen for you. It
is kneedless to tell ynre readers how I got
away from Betzy, its enuff to know I wur
thar. And in the fust place-I wud remark
the Celudy ought to be bridged over by
Edgefield, fur the acomodashun of Newber
ry, for I seed you and Mr. Parker, Mr. Tar.
rant, Mr. Nathan, young Billy Johnsing,
Jeemnes Sligh, and a number of lively ladies
s tandin fust on one foot then on the other, in
the sun waiting till yure paper kollars melted
down like limber rags, and I kood see that
the thorts of bein kept so long from the other
side and the hash was telling on yore emashi
ated kounte nancics. It did me good to see
you after that with the ladies-and there war
some butiful kreashuns of natures moldin
there. Every onct in a wile as I looked over
the pit where sprad out in greasy grandure
lay forty sheep and hog kark asses, ther
brown bacs glissenln in the sun, an the nigers
puttin on more sans I kud see you fannin
1with one han and wipin the wet of ynre face
with teh er, 1ut nll the wile a smilin nd
talkin. I kudn't tell which morrel spektacle
wtr the subluest--you or the kark asses.
How I larfed. Wen the hurn blwetil, tl
vishun changed-an the nekst I seed you
were on yore nees on the sward afore a gal
axy uv marryed ladies an babies, eatin mut
tin ribs. ~Witch gal axed you to jine in a rib
is no difference, but I seen Mr. Petus Boyd
pervide the ribs-and he will parding me fur
sayin that under his own ribs he has a bart
uv unkomon dymeushuns. My observashuas
of you klosed here. The okashun uv this
feest wur a dedykashun of Cympathy Lodge
of Free Mason's near to Mr. Buck Nites the
members on each side the river throwin- in a
sheep and a pig in gratitood to the great
Arkiteck above and fur the purposes of feed
in a grate number uv people below. The ob
ject war prais worthy and met with match
compensashun and war a season of gra.itica
shun to the komnittee. About 15 hundred
peeple got sumthing to eat, and 15 hundred
soles lifted their voices in praise of Cymp.a
thy Lodge No. 171-it wur so sympathetic I
kudn't help k-ryin, though I seed sum ladies
larfin. They wood do so under the moost
aggravatin surkumstances-its their natur to
be brite and happy. Their wur some speek
lig before dinner by Mr. Derrick uv Lexing
ton and others & singin interestin exercises by
the Masons, and all*wur pleasant as a mar
ridge bell except the sun and perspirashun.
After dinner it thundered and 15 hundred
pair uv eyes lookt up and the same number
of pairs ur feet got in moshun to leave, to
the music of a wile camp meeting of cryin
babies. Aul the okkashun laked was the
Cornet Band to make it perfect.
We are much obliged to our friend, Heze
kiah, for his notes of the 'cue and as they
cover nearly all the ground, and our space is
much occupied, we will only add that this
meeting of Edgefield and Newberry was a
very pleasant one, and much enjoyed by the
large number of ladies and gentlemen pres
entamong whom we were glad to be includ.
We copy the following exquisite sentiment
from the Aldine for the present month, as
appropriate to the season:
Feathery clouds are few and fair,
Thistledown is on the air;
Rippling-sunshine on the lake,
Wild grapes scent the sunny brake:
Dizzy songs the crickets sing,
Wild bees wander murmuring;
Butterflies float in a dream,
Over all the swallows gleam;
Here and yonder, high and low,
Golden-rod and sun-flowers glow,
Here and there a maple flushes,
Samach reddens. woodbine blushes;
Purple asters bloom and thrive,
I am glad to be alive!
THE SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR is acknowl
edged for September, and is received rifth
pleasure, for it is one among the best agri
cultural papers published. We don't know
if there is one reader of the hEnALD who is
not a subscriber to it, but if there ir, onr ad
vice is, that he or she will send for it at once
It is published by W. L. Jones, Athens, Ga.,
at t2. . .
Tribute of Respect.
DIED, at his residence in Newberry Coun
ty, S. C.. on the 22d day of August, 1673,
D.viD BoozEE PIEsT7ER, aged 53 years, 10
months and 18 days.
At a meeting of the congregation uf Smyrna
Church, In Newberry County, S. C., ou Sab
bath, September 7th, 1873, the following pa
per was unanimously adopted:
WHEREAs, it has pleased Almighty God
in His niost wise and righteous Providence,
to remove from us by death DAVID BOOZER
PIEsTER, for nearif nineteen years a ruling
elder In this Church. We, the surviving
members of the Church and friends in the
surrounding community, feeling it due to the
memory and worth of oui- deceased friend
and brother hereby adopt the following:
1. We acknowledge that in the death of D.
B. PIEssER, ;his Church has lost an efficient
offIcer, a valued counsellor, a hearty support
er, and the community generally a trusty
2. We testify to the earnest piety, the com
mendable liberality, the deep-seated sympa
thy, and the uniform gentleness of the de
ces. We tender our heartfelt sympathies to
his bereaved family, and sincerely pray that
the Husband of the widow and the Fathier of
the fatherless may be their stay and comfort
in this sore affliction.
4. Wishing further to commend the exam
ple of a christian so exemplary in life, we re
Quest that the above be published in the
S'outhern Presbyterian, the Laurcnsville IIer
ald, and-in both the County papers; also,
we desire a copy of the above proceedings to
be furnished the family of the deceased.
NEWBERBY, S. C., September 9.-Cotton
NEW YORK, September 8.-Cotton steady;
sales 3,773 bales, at 20ta21. Gold excited
AUGUsTA, September 8.-Cotton very firm
CHARLEsToN, September 8.-Cotton firm
LIVERPOOL, September 8.-Cotton buoy
ant--uplands 81a9; Orleans 84ii8i.
WiNnow Gt.ass.--Great attention is now
deservedly paid to the kinids of Window
Glass use d in dwellings, stores an d ch uiches.
All qualities of American and French Win
dow, Picture, Photograph,. Cut, Ground,
Enameled and Colored Glass, wholesale and
retail, fronm Mr. P. P. Toale, No Hayne
street, Charleston, S. C. Send for price
card. Sep 3, 35-1m.
The fall trade has how opened, and with
a view to meet all its requirements, Messrs.
I. H. HALL & Co., Proprietors of the Great
Southern Builders' Emporium, Charleston,
S. 0., have made at the Factories, large
quantities of Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &c.,
from fully seasoned lumber, Their immense
sales enable them to offer number one work
at low prices. Before beginning your
building, send for their price list and size
card. They are also Agents for Ashtons'
Roofing Felt and Paint. Last year millions
of feet were sold for covering roofs, linting
rooms, painting, &c. Se3 351m
The feeble and debilitated usually fancy
they are in a more hopeless condition than
they really are. The resources of nature arc
not easily exhausted. Even when strength
and appetite fail, when the eyes are heavy
and lustreless, the complexion pallid, the
nerves tremulous, the body attenuated, and
the mind -depressed, there is generally a
reserve of latent power behind such palpa
ble evidences of weakness. Various modes
of treatment are resorted to by physicians
in the- hope of developing and rendering
available this store of sleeping vitality, but
the surest, and indeed the only thoroughly
safo and reliable means of awaketning the
dormant energies of the system is a cour-se
of IIostetter's Stomach Bitters. Electricity,
shower baths, the flesh brush, sea bathing,
&c., may be well enough , it their way, as
auxiliaries, but they do not reach the source
of the evil. All physical debility proceeds
either from a derangement of the functions
of the assimilating, secretive and vital or
gans or fronm a sluggish conistitution. In
either case, and also itn cases where both
causes exist, the Bitters will invariably pro
duce atn immediate and salutary change in
the condition of the patient and eventually
a con.plete cure. None of the dangerous
alkaloids, too.of ten administered as tonics,
cati be otherwise. thar, deleterious under
such circumstances, and to give mercury is
positively critminal. The direct effect of
the great vegetable specific will be mnani
fested in an improved appettte, a more
cheier ful frame of mind, a gradual return of
strength, an increase of flesh, anid a health.
ier complexion. Meanwhile, however, the
con,stitutiont, if iner't arid feeble, will have
bieei roused amnd renovated by the subtile
--Pro risios. -
E. E. DAVIE%,. b. U. WADE.
THE USEF.L STO1 ROE D THE CORUR.
E. E.DAVIES & CO.,
New York aid DoMestI
Poultry, Game, Eggs, Butter,a
Lard, Cheese, &c.
NORFOLK OYSTER DEPOT,
Next to Dr. Jacksou'a,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Orders Promptly Att;,!ed To.
Mar. 5, 9-t'
Newberry, S. C.
S6 PER DOZEN, pr
S6 PER DOZEN,
60 CTS. EA CH,
FOR SCHOOLS. R
80,000 SOIL D. -
PRICE, 75 CVS.
$7.50 PER DOZ.
. IF SENT PER (
Address, J. L. PETERS,
509 Broadway, New York.
Sep. 3, 35-6t.
The business heretofore conducted under "
the name and style of M. Nathain & Son, in 8
cor.sequence of the death of the senior
partner, will be conducted in the future
under my own name, and all the liabilities
of the concern aesumed by me. All parties
indebted will.muke payment by the 10th "!
Thankful for the patronage extended the I
firm in the, past, I re.pectfully ask a con
tinuance of the same to myself, and prom.
ise to render such satisfaction as will be
acceptable to a generous public. - to
A. A. NATH AN, S3
Successor to M. Nathan & Son. W~
Aug. 27, 34-1m. rt
SEND FOR THE BEST! !'
Cotton Fields, , i:n
Negro Groups, r
Swamp Views, 11
AND THE FINEST
Muntain Scenery in America. a
Scenles Peculiar to the South andW
Never Before Published.
FOR SALE AT
THlE PRINCIPAL BOOK STORES.
KORGANTON, N. C.
Aug. 27, 34-Gmn. - -
JOHN F. SPECK,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
CALL AND CET ONE.
Aug. 6, 31-t f.
Electro Chemical Baths.
Persons engaging Baths, and having had
ours assigncd thiem, failing to meet their
engagements without giving tnotice at least
two hours before the appointed hour, will
be charged the same as if the Bath had
been taken. It requires about two hours (
to prepare the Bath, and w'hen once pre- U)
pared it can be of no use except to the per
son for whom it was intended, hence it is
apparent that it should be paid for.
Sigle Baths, Cash................- 300 '
A course consisting of 20) Baths, each 2.50 e
One-half payable in advance, the balance -
a the termination of the course. I
No Baths will be given on the Sabbath
except in cases of necessity.
-J. D. BRUCE, M. D.
July 10, 28-tf.
We are just in re,ceipt of :-5 BOXES of
TOBACCO of various grades and prices, at
wholesale or retail.
LO eLrC o& waIr Ln .
1). V. FLEMING.
,000 CASES BOC
We are now receiving from the Manufact
BOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS of every d(
iy other Market.
Merchants visiting Charleston are invited
D. F. FLE
2 HAYNE STREI
SAMUEL A. NELSON.
Aug. 27, 34-2m.
lantation Supplies, Dry Good
Keep constantly on I
Aree, Meal, Baggit
Icon, . Molasses, Ties,
ird, Sugar, Salt,
our, Corn, Tobac
Also a choice article of N. 0. Molasses, in 6
ioice A No. 1 article Goshen Butter, and Bu
Give us a call.
W. E. WEBB. THOS. M. LA
Jan. 29, 4-tf.
'110S. F. HARIION
Would resn<ctfully inform his friends and
stomers that he has in store, and is con
intly receiving, a large supply of
AG G ING,
L A 111).
Also, a full sup>ly of Ladies,Gents, Boys
)RY GOODS, &c.
Come and see me before you buy, as I
omise to SAVE YOU 0MONEY.
I have on hand a large supply of that
Farmner, sow plenty of Oats, Barley and
ee, and save buying Corn next Summer.
THOS. F. HARMON.
Aug. 20, 33- m.
FOR CASH. .
Contemplating a change in our business
an early day, we have determiued to sell
ods in the future
LT SHORT PROFITS
ihour experienee we are satisfied that it
I1 be to our interest as wvell as the'
aterest of Those With
Whom We Deal,
confine ourselves strictly to the CASH
STEM, and SE LL FOR SHIORT PR~OFITrS.
e hope our friends, and the public gene
lly, will give us a trial under this new
stem upon which we now enter, and we
Il endeavor to make it to their interest to
go us their patronage.
WE WILL KEEP
good stock of
eavy and Family Groceries,
d a CONSTANT SUPPLY of the
WAN DO FERTILIZER,
the examination of which we invite all
rsons wishing to purchase goods in our
a before they make their purchases.
.e MOOlMAN & tJO.
All persons indebted to us by note or
:ount, are most earnestly requested to
ke payment at once. All our claims arc
it due and we must have thenm settled.
C mean what we say.
RL. MOORMAN & CO.
Mar. 10, 1S73-10-tf.
aye8 & MartiN
Are receiving their FA LL SUPPLY of
SADDLERY and WHiPS,
[(IMBR WVOOD PUMS
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Oct. 2, 40-tf.
HE WALTON HOUSE,
MORGANTON, N. C.
JNO. C. MALLARD,
Lirs,t-class Livery Stable in connection with
Sose nn A nurO7, 3.4-3m.
ITS AND SHOES
u-,ers a ve-y ILrge and weli selected Stock
scription, which will be sold as low as in
to examine our Sto.k.
MINC & CO.,.
'T, CuRNER OF CHURCH STREET.
BB & CO.,
s, Boots, Shoes, flats, &c.,
and a good line of
Na,- P:T11tion1 Hoes.
co, Wo,odn and Willow Ware,
) tatoes, &C.
b. Iihs ., 5 and 1) oallou eg, also a
:kmheat }'om in abuntiance.
KE. U. O'N. HARItINGTON.
BAGGING, TIES, &c.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
J. H. O'.Neill, Agt.
Corner Caldwell antd Friend Sts.
Opposite Mr. P. Scott, Merchant Tailor,
las just received and opening a gencral as
Choice family Gloceries,
VI1CH WILL BE SOLD
Low for Cash, or coun
['he public generally are invited
o call and examine my stock be
'ore purchasing elsewhere.
rhe Highest Price Paid for
Sept 25 39 tf
[1Ej~ "SILER TONGE"
i7h ebest O RGANS 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 Orchestraand Stage.
These-instruments, which for sweetness of
me and elegance of appointment stand urnri
alled, have met with unprecedented success4
a this country and abroad.
L P. NEEBIII1 & SON,
ESTABLISIIED IN 1846.
los. 143, 145, & 147 East 23d St.,
Responsible parties applying for agencies
Ssections still unsupphied, will receive,
rompt attention and liberal inducements.
arties residing at a distance from our anu
aorizcd agents, may order from our factory.
cnd for illustrated price list.
Aug. 13, 32-6m.
LET it be distinctly understood that the
N EW BE-RR Y,
in full blast and doing things up all righ t,
ud well prepared for a good run this Fall. I
All kinds of work done in good style, in-r
luding copying of old Pictures, Filling Pins,I
A fine lot of
Come along during this p'retty weather.
W. H. WISEMAN.
Oct. 2, 40-tf.
L. 0. DARGAN,
FA C.T oR
CHARLESTON, S. C.
.J.unes Adger & Co., Bankers, Gh.arles
on, S. C.
L.. i oni , 1ic-. l'nion Bank, Charles
on, . (, Aug nc, 90M--81L
R. & \F, C S\AFFIELWS
Our CTUSTOM DEPARTMENT
is re-letc vwith :l the hatest styles of
FOiRIIGN GOODS, in cir'_"e of a
CUTTEf Rfresh from tue of the mivzt
Fshionable Ifouses in the North.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
COLUMBIA, S. G.
Sep. 3, u5-tf.
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Store., Tin WIare, A'r.
~IER Y IL B[ ME,
( At his Old Stand,)
Is now prepared to supply the wholesale
rade and the citizens of this and surround
rIg Counties, with the most approved kinds
Together with all varieties of
.Fancy Coffee Biggins,
reapots, Cake and
Money Boxes, and
Neatly and expeditiously done,
I00FING and GUTTERING
MADE A SPECIALTY.
A pr. 9, 14-tf.
EM0HL OF TIN SIIP.
AS my lease on my present stand expires
nithe 20th of thiq month (March), I will,
n and~ after that time, be found in the
trge store recently occupied by Abrams &
Ietts, as a Shoe Store, between Dr. Pratt
nd Mr. Nathan, where I will carry on. the
Fin and Stove Business,
3 all its branches, and where I shall be|
leased to see all my old customers and as
iany new ones as desire anything in my
ine. I shall try, as heretofore, to give sat
faction both as to price, quality of goods
W. T. WRICHT.
Mar. 12, 10-tf.
One of the finest Plantations in Abbeville
~Ounty, (known as the Richlard Davis place)
Ontaininig 820 acres, 100 acres of which is
*xcellcnt bottom land. Pleasantly located.
pon the farm is an elegant Brick Mansion,
ith eight rooms. This Plantation is sit
ated! about four mile-; from New Market,
mu the Greenville R. R. There is a road
ufnmnlg directly throughl thle place, thereby
endering it easy to divide the land into
everal distinct tracts if so desired. We
vould further state that a valuable Gold
line hlas been di: >vered on the premises.
lis property c:n be treated for privately
it aav time betweeu this anid the first of
Jetober ; if not disposed of before the cx
>iration of that time it will lie sold at Auc
.ion, at Abbeville C. II. For further int
'Ormlationi in regard to the mnatter, apply to
Auction and Commwi::ion Merchant,
Dry Goods, Grocerics, jr
sME11 IAS COMEO
And so, also, is the
New and Elegant Stock
P. W. & R1 so Il0
And the ladies an] publie -generally, are
invited to examine our iue and large a
Dress Goods, Calicoes,
House-keep*,nx Good., Fo,m ,
~sheetings, P'Now cusillgA,
And nany uthier goodS, too 1'u1!1un11 to
mention, :: d all of w]ichv w bg it-g ,
lie to examine.
Our motto is
QUICK SALES AND SHORT
P, W. & R. S. !IIWK,
SPRING BVI) SUA111IR
for Ladies and Gents, and
A F/ILL LINE OF
CALL AND BE
To Merchants at Man
The Highest Market Price
Paid for Cotton or other
Apr. 2, 13-tf.
DO YOU WANT.
Excellent in Quality?
IF SO, GO TO
MRS. D. MOWER,
Where cant be found Flour, Ba'co:1, Molas
ses, Sugar, Coffee, Co-n,
And Many Other Articles
At the Lowest Market
On the corner, and under the IIEnAth
Office is the place
For Cheap Goods,
C heap Prices,
And the Best Attention.
A pr. 23, 163-tf.
W.- T. TARRANT,
Dry Goods. Girocries, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Crockery, Saddlery, Harness, Trunks,
Leather, etc. . Apr. 9, 14-if.
Most Wonderful Invention
OF THE ACE.
J. Moses' Electro-alvanic, Pat. June 2d, '8
Attached to these patented Spectacles
are two scientifically conistruated Galvanic
Batteries-uniseen when worn-delivering
through the nerves of the head
A Soft and Continuous Stream of Electricity,
Vitalizing and giving healthy action to the
entire beautiful system of those parts. AB
SOLUTELY and CERTAINLY CURING
Partial Paralysis of tie Optic Nerve, Weak
or D)iseased Vision, Neuralgia of the Head
or Face, Nervous Twitches in the Muscles
of the Face, Noise in the Head, L.oss of
Mental Energy, aod a host of Nervous Dis
eases arisinig from depression of the nervous
energy of the system.
Contributing in a most astonishing de
LIFE, VIGOR AND HEALTH,
By the means of the soft arnd flowing stream
of Electricity, giving brightness to the Eve,
quickness to the Ear, and energy to the
They are set with leiises of the finest
manufacture, to suit all sights, and with
glasses for those not needing Spectacles to
read with, but des;.ing the benefits to b.e
derived from wearing the Batteries ;and
are to be had in this vicinity only of
JOHN F. SPECK,
Watchmaker and- Jeweler,
Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Silver arid Plated Ware,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
None arc Genr:ine unle.ss each pair stamped
3. MOSES' E.LECTRD-GALVANIC,
Patented June 2d, 1848.
Ap- '., 14-tf.
5.Cords of TA N hARK, for w hich
i p.Y ii. aHI e paid oni uielivery at
WEBB, JONES .& PARKER'S
Apr. t9, 1--- Tannery.